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Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard (Newspaper) - September 21, 1876, Albert Lea, Minnesotam/gtrna mteba ALBERT LEA, MHN., SEPT. 21, 1876. LOCAIi. Dr. Allen, of Portage City, Wis., will be at the Hall House in Albert Lea, on Thursday, Sept 21st, and remain three days only. All those wishing his services must remember the days. The doctor comes well recommended. Examination and consultation free.    ^4tf Centennial Correspondence — It. may seem singular to some of our readers that another Centennial letter should appear after it is known that the writer has returned. Hut this is a letter written before his return, and while more fully detailing the pleasures and annoyances of a Philadelphia visit than has heretofore been done, it also closes the account of Centennial’s sum mer excursion. Caucus.—-The caucus in this town, on Saturday last, resulted in the follow ing delegates : Charles Kittclson, A. W. VN hitc, W . W. Johnson, ll. A. Hanson, J. A Lovely, D. G. Parker, J A Anderson Wm. Tuned, and G. C Gilbertson. These were elected by 77 majority two tickets having been run. Personal. W. C. Van Horn, railroad manager was in town Friday and Saturday last. Senator Windom gave this office a pleasant call on Saturday last. Witt. Morin and son left for the Cen tennial on Friday last. Miss Nettie M. Parker left on Satur Jay last, for a season at the Faribault school. Isaac Botsford and wife took their departure for Martinsburg, N. Y., on Monday Vast, with a view of spending a few’ weeks with his aged father. It i? not improbable that they may also turn up at the Centennial show. ftepublfcjfu County Doing** The ticket put in nomination l^y th Republican County Convention on Tuef day last, can hardly fail of receiving united support. 1. Because of the qualification an eminent fitness of all the candidates fit their positions upon the ticket. 2. Because, notwithstanding, the-was a full convention of GO odd met bers no objection was raised to ai candidate, except in the matter of Au itor. Upon this a warm, though frienB ly contest sprang up between the frien of Mr. Batchelder and those of M J) ALBERT LEA, Lincoln, each party being reasonab satisfied with the nomination of eithe for the reason that they were both re | ognized as equally qualified and cqua ly upright before the public in the11 i5 a nk crs. I standing and character. The nomination of Mr. Lincoln therefore, cannot reflect, in any desire upon his able competitor, who has a ready been honored by four successiU 10 terms. On the other hand the parj and the people are to be congratu!at< that the most important office of ti county, so ably filled now, will not st fer in the hands of the new candidal whose integrity, public experience, ai scholarly attainments, are recognizi wherever his name is known. It is proper to say, also, in this co] nection.that Mr. C. C. Sargent, of Mo cow, received a very flattering comp! mentary vote from his friends for ti same office.    » The candidates were each called u) on for speeches and most of them r H. D. D»ovr*. D. R. P. IIlBOH" H. D. BROWN & CO.’S nm were in fact, a passport to full sud emn-pie ie citizenship. ll. Because it is the only patty to whom the Freedman of the South can reasonably look, for encouragement in the elevation af their race, and for protection In their sacred right lo n free ballot. ll Because in the settlement of International disputes, it ha* everted the horrors of war, and inaugurated the christian policy of peaceful arbitration M. K von Morgan offered the follow ing : Resolved. That Freeborn county endorses and approves the course pursued by the non. \Yu» Windoui in the dis charge of his duty as United States Senator, for the State of Minnesota, Th* (TaKAT Rb#o**—Truth iff wigbfy turn Comes immediately. This is a species of black-uiai.ing, which, I regret to    I    and will prevail. Thai beloved awd much say. too many ore encouraging. Nor    !    venerated Eelier of    our    country, George are some of the restaurant* Wirhiff the I Wfrfblitgioiv, exhibited bis mr trait , grounds, above reproach WhMe there    foT truthful!ness st    an    enr>y age. Th**    | are ti number that ore credible, others    Mile siory George,    the    hmeket, and the    i arc plundering the public unmercifully I certy tree is mo*«t indelibly i.npress upon An institution known as the Baris Her- ihe minds of every generation, of this j Local JYosire*. to Lowit* An unlimited amount of money lo I mn oil u n security at h low rate of interest. HTACY ta TYKKR •Wit «f<fcsrrr«g—etoa CENTAUR LINIMENTS turant, is especially worthy of mention as otic acting without conscience, and ought to be suppressed. great, good, anti glorvrtta America. Artemus Ward once said:    “He wa" It in probable that the coo. o. winner, . couM    ho| have done what they could to protect the public against these abuses, but ut course very little of it is within their control. Turning from ibis dark side of the 'picture we will say that, notwithstanding these annoying swindles, to which all strangers must submit more or less. MotIl6r? <-*n secure faaftli for Ihow i Mftfro and real for themselves %y flit* UMC r f Co*- , tora, a perfect au L*titu* for < "autor Oil. It la abso-better than George Washington, for ba {tB|t)||J r„rMl,„. ni * „    tifci    j For Mind-colic, Sour Stomach, Woops or Uourti-The Agent of the Great Fort Wayne k j atHtrrfuv young or old there im Botete* rn exist-Pennsylvania Railroad cannot wake any White for the Human for Horses aud Auf*ab* aud that our State Senator and Re pre- we would advise every one who can, to sedatives be instructed to support him . vi„jt ihe grcR( show. )st. Because it is for re-elect la n to the I nit« d States a ^reat show. and 2d because they will I ‘    ^    *    m never hare an apport unity to witness A LEE IIT LEA, MINNESOTA A GENERAL RANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED. H. D. BROWN & CO. BANKERS. REFERENCES Senate. On motion, it was amended so as to leave the endorsement of Mr. IVindom complete without instructing the delegates It was believed by all the speak ors that Mr. Window is the choice of the county, and yet they thought it unwise to tic the hand* of a delegation so long in advance. The delegates from the 4th and Sill Commissioner Districts, were then invited to select candidates to fill vacancies upon the County Board, and atter consultation the following persons were selected : 4th District—VV W . Johnson. 5th District—J. M. Geasier. The convention then adj turtled misrepresentations aa to the character, equipment, etc , of thai popular and mag mficenl railway. To say that it is th* only direct line to the Centennial is the truth. To say (bat it is the best and most enc* like it. It is certsiu, it is speedy, it bi cheap. Caked Breasts. The*- Lmtwienf* ave- tatefffr Ort W'liAr of th* I world. Tlwtr effect- are ffTSs taws I jot therrave nome Rasp" wbKtaNtof Rheumatism, Sciatica, Swelling*, Sprain-, Stiff Joint-. Burns Scald*, Posionous bite-, and ad (I-ab, bone. and They wll> md ©«** cancer or but they vrffc alway* allay pa«a- cued fingers,. ram# chronic amenta, ran be alwolutely cured by the j years’ standing, aril fetes rh*    fntn Centaur Liniment-. What the White Lining at I* ! *rorn» and -raid*, wtrteb 1mm nave* hmm dont >% sabslantial road on the face of the globe, 1 the banian family, the Yellow Uniment is for ' any ottart article one of its magnitude or significance agnin ; intl although not a thou-nndth part can be couiprchm led in an) brief and more money expended lo make it so. Is the truth. That it reaches all prominent points East, Washington, Philadelphia, New York, and Boston, is the truth That passengers can go (if they wish it;bv Baltimore and Washington, without extra spavined, galled, and lame h »r-e* and animala. visit, yet there is a feeling of satiable- cost to Philadelphia, over the Foil Wayne I doll in passing I rem one department to & Pennsylvania road, without changing another, representing every industry of car„f js the truth. Thai the fares are a1- j every nation, and realizing that these way*- as low as any other route, is the nations, even the oldest iii the world, * tmxls. That it is the shortest and conse- I are here pacing homage to the young- I qUenijj quickest route from Chicago to | e6t.%    .    til    Philadelphia and New    York, ie the truth. But, although    there    is    much that j    ur, V    ‘    W henever excursion    parties are given, cannot be remembered, there are never-    .    _    . ,    ,    , .    ...    ,    rates over the Fort Wayne an i Penn-ylva- 1 the ess many things which at once and 1 •Vfir * Silver! isemenl*. LAND SALE. Static or Misjiehota, | Loo* Or r ic a, St. Paul. Sept. 2, 1876. J Tile H tatar IJ-lnes* » It will drive Rheumatism, Semi<cr »»* N*»a*afcfi*« from the system; cure Lumbago, €kd|WKie% ****■ my, Itch, aud mod catlin*©** *rnptk®*; iV« fr**t from fr»»sen banda and fee*, and the ’ of bite* and ains- of venom*-** mueiw ; ll •ubdue* awellinini, alleviate* pain- of every kind. For sprain- and bruin** it ta the ohm* *■>«»•* remedy ever diacovored. Tk» Centiar Liniment tm u-ed with arent efficacy for Bore Arr *, Tewtta-artir, Ca lard Brea*, Ear-acbn, and Weal Btark-I The following is tarn* a cample of Ma*--1 m< Hiatal: “ Ijcwana Howe, Jeffer*oir Coifstfj,    t May Zftah, Iff?®, f * I Urn* ta my duty to inform you tim* I taavw irresistably impress thenisclvrs uf*on the ! mu Railway to Philadelphia, or any point East, tickets are furnished at the time,and N'OTH’E is hereby given that the Coon- i I I j Auditor will offer at public sale. I I all the School and Agricultural College    Im* tataa. I , lauds that remain unsold in the county of1 have not beent frwr from these «we»ngw ta* wight Freeborn, at Albert Lea. on Saturday, ! team Sow I nm •£•****** ' *    . ,o    ...    .1    .    J    I    centaur    Liniment.    The    Luusmb* >m«ht Sn be ay- tictober *28. 187^. at IO o clock a. m.    ^Ued    warm.    WKMMMmn* Bawn.” Dane rip* iv* fhtaa. of the tract to be {    ^ vtoui u iB the trial. Br rn over reflate, ta tan j offered, their apprised value ami I cree* cf    m «m-vpr and every family abonld tannn »- j sale, will be on file at the Auditor's office To ^ and bed-ridden, ifca Ln»and lame, »w | in -aid county, for the iafsraalioa of the j ^ w.mndedand ^re, we **y, «C*m and im P,,hhC-    tarn    led ** Lands upon which the iwferevt it dr Ho- T), ^ ^ m/t rinfT^[ who bar, -pew ttnr I quent for t wo years or more will bt keUr- | JDWlie,fcr w.ttaUw. m*di«ine-,a boctla si era. | CU forfeit, d and re af, red.    1JaMrM    wtTF    be    ffiwm    «*h*U eimrte, FiDmpirMi »f lh, p„rrt.,e —,y The YeUow CentaUT 1st Nat. Bank, Austin. l^t Nut. Bank, St. Baul. Sd Nat. Bank, Chicago. 4th Nut. Bank, New Y< rk.j 34tf    1 Mail Route Thrown up-We learn that the daily mail route between this place and Freeborn has been thrown up, and the same instituted between Alden and Freeborn. Itasca will have a mail once a week front Albert Lea. Died —M aria Lowry, wife of Rev S. G., of Moscow, died on Wednesday of last.ajrcek. She came to this country with her husband in 1856, twenty years ago, and shared the hard allotment of all pioneers, and endeared herself to a large circle of acquaintances. by a genial and well ordered life. I he funeral services were conducted on Friday, by the Rev. Mr. CUeadle. of Blue Earth City. spoked in a happy and ..nafaCoi pj£    Fjj[q|;|||{\    fOLYTY    BAHL manner. Governor Armstrong spoke at sortf length urging Republicans to unity Tho*. II. A It 31 STRONG, Hunker. visitor, and will never be wholly for .-Mien There* is enuieiliin*: f-.r every- J nti '“Urepi-veenuiiona annie. Tbe ir.rel-IhmIv lo admire, and especially adapid ing comnmniiy en .)».;» rely upon the I to (he individual taeic. For inelance !-ate-enun.«de by tliis vomp.ny, and lh, ' the ^orceuus exhibit* in every cia** of I >rmh UU always by ii, agenia and rvpre-] dry goods, diamond*, household outfiu. scntatives about low price*, fa»t time, ele- i net die Work. kc at the Maili Building    ,    g»nt coaches, beautiful scenery,    smooth    j    nn** interest    at the rate of 7    per cent on We and Women’s Pavilion hate their tape-    j    track, magnificent through Pullman Hotel    ;    ^neT*l?7I*e*°niob ib^ V»y    ^j^^DlGDt u> adapuO to torah mrai--* I cia I atir.aclions for ihe ladies A gri    ]    Drawing room, and Sleeping cars,    and    of sale* On    timber lamia an amouni eqnal    wrda awd ft«** of boe-*- ami amaala.    Uka* jwr- j cultural Hall is filled with interest to    j    tbe best continuous railway line    on ibis    to lite value    of the limb* will be required    *r,rme<SrtJ<>rt’ w..p»t-fBfl crara f*f    a*r*j», to hold a grand mass ineutiog, say on j f|fU(t Nearly every trade an<| Coniinent,    j    in addition to the fifteen per cent.    atrsfah**, eni 1 After tbe first payment the balance o- I fhm 08 ,<hrr I the purchase money' in fid) or in IM’alif    ^    Ra**«v.«e»ara    oils j ments iv payable at lh option of the pur- • uErerJ. oWBM.    Kfve    eta* Cav- pot chaser anti! twenty years aft^r I he date of m k Lasimsai a tnt* we e -n-ider i* j every Body love- to linger, we think (hts | corner Can4l and j|ad»o« Sis., Chicago. « ,aIe*    the    annual    inures!    at    lie    [    artirf* ever ural in era aUHa*- RKpublican Mass Meeting. understand that a uioveuicnt is i*n fo(M Continent, AU letters promptly snswered and in- the last day of the County hair, st j prtdefsiott is grandly represented at which some distinguished orator, prob Machinery ii ill, aud aside from the furmation given by addressing 0. M. Cl i 1 ably Gov. Davis, will be invited lo ^rt Gallery and Floral Building where .\geut, General office 67 Clark street, de .    every bialy love- to huger, we think this    vi.a...    - ‘peak ALBERT LEA. ■■ inu. Kin mig -it ... has f Millinery—Mrs John Stage just received a fine stock of millinery goods fir the fall trade. Give her a cull. A change will appear in her advertisement next week. action, especially in view of the dange which threaten the country from Rout em war claims. He also detailed I own course of action during his la^ ] official term, and insisted that his suV port of Gov. Davis for the Unit' States Senate, was dictated purely | the known wish of the people of ti county; that if called upon in the ne legislature, to act upon a like quests the choice of his constituents, as he i 9    i derstood it, should be his choice. He also referred to the old State railroad bonds, and gave his views of the man. ner in which the matter ought to be adjusted. His ceived. 1) G. Parker offered a declaration of principles detailing it dozen of the many reasons why the Republican party ought to be retained in power, which were unanimously adopted* They will be found in the proceedings of the convention. Mr. Even Morgan offered a resolu- Hatchelder lion instructiugour legislative members It was moved - MINN. SPrat/ Mjiites. VYING A HOYES EXPRESS & DRAY LINE. Any a* I nil mid w ii must* Lf arc orders un the Slate ut A. E. John 3011*8 stoic. Albert Lea, Minn. ohs at ten led t< ! O gl vt* sat .-tai n first call,»’ on.    j is rhe m »8t attractive Our Government EDITORIAL    C0RBE8P0XDEXCE.    ; “ *1*0 taiil led lo gtfi    ttedit,    not «»lj v .a    for helping on the exhibition with a NO* la,*    ii*. I    *    1.4* n    j liberal appropriation    in    money, but t*»r MlLWAUK.ftR.    Sftpt    ll.    I    J 4*if    I    I .Ii;. .    'erecting and filling    •    large    Lui.diiig My last letter, dat»d at I hiladelpbia,    art    bhill,    machinery,    and    cnrioFi- wis written after a brie! experience of j |U.R one or two tlavs iii I lint city of Cm leu- The most of the I rad*-!* ami j*r fontal mark ani dt>li*eti.* Ten daj, ►i""* >'"*•    ‘»«>r    ►!”    C'*1    d<    P*rf- ; na nt» where their adve»ca:t*M may feH here ‘'ave amp ie opportunity, not lo see .    _ I'    I    tv    J    at home Lur instance, your currc^-T. No Chance for L»ishati a faction — ll A DeLand A CV> , authorize those who scil their goods, to tell purchaser to u<e one-half of a paper of their Best Chemical Sateratus. and then if tlu y are not entirely satisfied with its super iority over Soda or any other brand of S tierituL to return the balance and get ^ rate of seven per erat i* paid in advance on I he first of June off each year. Upon a : failure to pay the interest when due the . lamia revert to tbe Slate without further at I J or process, and will again be sold at public sale, unlt-9* double the amount of inter ! est due is previously paid. O. P. WHITCOMB, I 28t6    Commissioner. H. .MAlk-H, Simp. Adams Ex. SMUMk ST- *. “ E. PUI.Tat. I S. tx- ntatataa, 3t» J. “ta. H. OLIN, Hope. Sat. Ex MtaWaa, X. T." ** Xo-tsovut, AK, Aaf. Eft, HWA “(irsTuaiaa i — I b*v+* ‘.wed over na* gr»<*- **X Out*ar lAntaweat, fellow wrapper,cmltemataw af th* plantatir**. be*>k»t #jxen- of fa* Faun nj Lnimwit fur ny    I waul to i/ureh*** it ac tbe wh"l«»*ie price, and will thank J<>» to a sup bi* by savannah -teamer one gr»— of each kind. Menan*. A. T. Stewart k O >. will pa J J att ton %*» prw»entati*^n.    Re-pectfnlly. J \ msj* Pul**. Tbe beat patrons ai thia Luxtment ar* Farrwr* the whole ut ihe great exhibition; for » ( J, nl could not re»isi the temptation to ih<» nmney for the whole refunded full CX J IMI Ila I ion of thin would require a linger a half day among tbe presses and This Sderatusis perfect, therefore thev upon JAMES W. STAGE. a. 4 « r av.**, av-w, .    u.'jnth at least, but lo take in an idem printing material, which were designed to increase the delegation of these, one 0p ;ts ^eDera| luau age meal ; a view of j lo *^oW the progress ut the 1'Jih cento- member each ov,*r the Lumber .lrMdy ,h* cit J, .bi the many petty .boo;- j r>    '''the'Lhilili.» f.-rennd* ! anet a ti* which a visitur i» aubjected in (Bere are many special attractions de-On motion it was then voted to make J t^^ VB,r of bpecimJ attraction First of tending tHe attention of every visitor, remarks were well re- the temporary offic* re, the permanent ajj :>v to et Cure a boarding place, which to this city of the Quakers I'rominxnt among these are Fairmont Park, with are willing to let it stand or fall iis own merit DEALER IN awarded MA RRIED. officers of the convention    j    X!) a la?,t involving much anxiety : for ■    „    . « t tx l * iir' z    I    .    ,    its    fountain^,    .statuary,    and    2i)00    acres N. I. Lotrthtan .nd J Coward were ,l,h„uSli the city >t.d it. fuberh, Lf „nd |,„d.cape .ie..; Indeper. chosen tellers and the convention pro- ^ j*u]j places, the best of tluse are gin- . dat e* Hall, with ifs old and un*que fur- 8WEET—CURTIS — On the evening of ; Beplember 16, 1876, by Elder Curtis, at his residence in Carlston. Mr. L. Chandler Sweet and M <i 8 Vernette Curtis, j Both of Carlston. Hardware, Tin- Ware, Stores, j and Veterinary Snnce*>n«. It WU F«R-«vfl, rein live* Swvifaitfi. MMI i* vw*tk »B-ii«a* mf fmHmrm kt Farraete, Lfrwy-mca, moek- \ gruvem, Sbeep-raiaer-, - id thoae having tau**** *ar cattle.    ^ Wliat a Farrtwr c*n*cd dr* for th* Citalir Lmiir~W wm do a* • cf«L Th*we Lnmir>it« are warrantoil by Che pmprir-tor*, and a tattle will be (five* to any Farrier *r Fbjr-riM who dewire re to ta** tiara*. Sh hi *v*ry-whese. Laboratory of J B. Rose Ac I a, IS Pct Us., New i'.wa. cecded to nominate a ticket. For State Senator Mr Lovely put in nomination ex Gov T II Armstrong INFORM VL BALLOT. Armstrong .......................................62 , Sergeant erally taken up, so that the btranger ie nit ire, chair-, desk, inkstands every-obliged to submit lo tho secoud or third 1 thing, jus. »s that first and numerable grade. C buicv pr-ices iii privatu fauii- and carried that the lies were generally found out early in the season, and secured by parties, who in turn recoil-mended tin rn to their friends, visiting later in Hic Beas*>D,and to vote for the Hon. Urn. Windom for ballot be declared forma! and that the so on I hr*.-ugh. The rLtuii is thai the our next United States Senator Several members, while admitting that Mr. W. was doubtless tile choice of the Back Again—Mr. U S Wood,so i    |    •    county, thought that instructions so far long engaged in the jewelry business J ,    ~    j    :    ..    in advance were not wise, and upon moliere, has returned again and opened at    ’    r his old stand in the yostciffice building. nomination of Mr Armstrong be made great bu dy vf ttr.UK unanimous.    ]    the    heavy    l«*dgiog TS have to go to u u-hs, swarming D. G Parker moved the nomination | with their thousand* of guests, ail where his friends will be glad to see him, and we trust will give him a fair share of the public favor. Mr. IL Farmers’ Warehouse R .well informs us that he has a lease of this building and will open it next Monday; with a view to handling a share of the present wheat crop. tion of Mr. Lovely, the resolution was modified to a hearty endorsement of Mr. Windoors official course. The convention was harmonious throughout and the result gives promise of an increased Republican majority. of J. L. Gibbs, by acclamation, /or    strangers lo each other, j'*tltug in ouc Representative, which was curried unan-    hurly burly of excitement, each sera mb imously.    I    ling fur a room, sutij-fitd to ask nt Charles Kittelson presented the name    |    questions n girding quality ; or if per-    with    it    sigh    thai    a    hundred    years    have of IL G. Em mon? for tho other Kepre-    j    chanco, a presumptions guest should    passed    >>    soon    and    that    already    iHa    » OS Congress left t In regard to this titn«-honored ball. one is inspired with a reverential awe. as he stands in the pretence of that Congress of portrait* adorning the w.il!s, and witBfWet there the original draft of their immortal work, the Declaration of Independent* These pore and patriotic men have passed to the bourne from whence no traveb r returns, but as one stands in the presence «f thew well preserved portraits, and witnesses them relics of their mem. ruble deliberations, he almost feels that their spirits still hover .ver the sacred place and he turns awny Msoenl .Vo/iff*. Notice, JOB WORK AND REPAIRING DONK CASTORIA. i at i The officers of the Fair As would announce that they will arrange for a trotting match, if th<>«e owning trotting hor-es will inform (he Secretary of their desire to participate, on or before the 25th ►er.    *% Heat and Cheap! J cd >>pte«ihe| Attention is also called to the fact that who purclase Membership Ticket*, can enter amelet for exhibition freeef charge j in all divisions. ♦'Xcepting horse*., cattle, awane, poultry, and farming implements. Til E« i TY BKK, Secret rrv I I NOR NALE —A span of good hor«e* f *r trade for cow* or A. C. WEDGE. Agent for Howes Scales AND MILLER BROS. WARRANTED KNIVES ale, cheap, or young stock. par Is a I team* mw! pwlwt awteAitwte, in aB euwj r I autor Oil. Cartt.n- » tk* pvta ai aa dd PVj- •KT.aa'a oft Ti* to produce, f *T tent own practice, aa eft rd vvo e**brtie,pfcsi‘wrtt to tho taato aaft hr* i lr* rn grtpm**. Hr. "aminrl PAI* r, < t Hyar.ni-, Wa-«„ waeeeo*-* m cr ant mjng, wvtKmt tahr a** *>t a*^**to*>. a parra-ttre agr lit to pit-a-uaf ta tabe^;,.^ thew * which r« neoiws an* ttr 'leo* ...    .    ^ L»n. Ii rn a>ia{ tori to aB a*pee, bul is eopw-olr racma-mendriv aather , ana n iiaMe Fcmeftj tor all da* rOers of the »v>n -ch and t* wa la vt c hiMatS. It is (crtara. aimo*hle. al w twirly hsrmfto, and I ebe*p. I* akrali hr aer i tor wind-c»*Bc. aura -toni-ach. wuvtns*. crotfnoueai. rr'-wp, Ac*, ttaow rtjlton can bove aiorp and authors may rrst. . J. Ik Herne k of ♦’ Dry S«rret. New Took, ar* fifer a lr ptoparca of I ae tora, after Dr. Pttobor'n ‘ recipe. Insanity. Estray—A young man IO years old, living with dias Grim in the southeast part of Freeman, named Wm Joppa, gut up in the night on Thursday last, between 9 and 12 o’clock, and left without hat, boot?, or coat He had on, nothing but light-colored pants and a striped shirt when he left, aud has not been heard from. About 20 persons scoured the country for him a1) day Friday. N I Lowthian came to town Friday evening for handbills, which were printed and sent to all parts of the county. In it the description of the missing boy is set forth as follows : Light complexion, light-blue eyes, light hair, and short heavy set. Hunting Robbers* On Monday night, three suspicious looking men went to the house of Mr. Schneider, in Pickerel Lake, and while j j , .    .    „    „    , , i    .    j    u    •    i    revolutionary memories are beginning sentative and his nomination was ac- hazard an inquiry in int* regard, he i- _ .    .    ,    ,    e,\a *    J    to fade from a large cia*!* of tile Amen claimed unanimous.    tartly    informed    by    the polite cit*ik ilia* . n he has no time lo discus* that subject.    [t had bren our purpose fo include | “ If you want it. pay your money aud (’ape May and Washington within the J .J. A Lovely for County I take tbe keys, or they nill be turned cire.it of lh>» *i«r»ion. but finding we *    *    had already exceeded by ten or twelve 1 day* our allotted time, we were com-! PAY UP.—Persons indebted to me are notified that I mu«t have my pay Ny the 15th of this month, if they wool I avoid CvSts.    OLE    TANG. J A. ANDERSON. THEW R>CON81S VALLEY Hans Christopherson presented the name ef A VV. While for Clerk of the court, and attorney, both of whom received a j uver to the next applicant.” Ch Will Co-operate.—In the discussion upon the subject of grasshoppers and their destruction, it was thought that by leaving the prairie grass until spring, and then burning it over, most of the young ’hoppers might be destroyed. But the constant sparks from engines, catching into the grass along the track, is a danger so threatening that it was thought almost impossible to avoid the fall fires In consideration of this, Mr. Botsford, as Secretary of the Advisory Committee, wrote to Mr. \ an Horne, asking his co-operation in the matter. That gentleman, who has ever shown a desire to keep the interest of . his road in harmony with the settlers .along its line, replies as follows : Dear Sir :—In reply to your com-ctiuaieation of yesterday I beg to say that our track-men have been instructed to carefully cut and burn all grass and weeds on our right of way, and we will take every other precaution to prevent setting fires by our locomotives. Very respectfully yours W. C. Van Horne, General Manager S- M. R- R. By thus burning grass and weeds within their right of way,, will lessen the danger of the prairies being fired from sparks. Geasshopper Petition.—A petition is in wide circulation asking Congress at its next session to do some thing for the destruction of the pests diligent inquiry in regard to the country and its character, further to the south and west. Mr. S. at once suspected them as being a detachment of the Northfield bank robbers, and as soon as he could get away from them, hastened to town to report. This was Tuesday morning about daylight. A dozen well armed and determined men were soon in the saddle, but upon reaching the field of operation found the supposed robbers to be simply incautious hunters, who were able to give a good account of themselves. The/xjs*’, upon their return, resolved to have some fun out of the sell and dashed through Broadway at breakneck speed, shouting and yelling, as if in hot pursuit of some desperado. Of course it created considerable excitement and sport for the time being. evasion- j unanimous support by acclamation. jail)', however, a pour, tmfoilunate F. McCall then proposed the name of mortal is incumbered with a latge apparently avoiding publicity, made | Samuel Baicbelder for County Auditor, amount of bajtspp;, iu wltich cal* the D. C. Morgan noninated C. C. Sat- courtesy of paying oo departure is extent.    tended to him The servants are a1!* r J. A Lovely presented the name of overworked, and the frantic appeal to W C. Lincoln.    ' be waited uputi at meal time, reminds Each of these gentleman supported | one of a lot of huugiy pigs t-qucezing the offering of their respective eandi- j and Kneeling for the first dive at the dates with neat and eloquent speeches trough, Of course, a crowd of this FIEST BALLOT. pel led to give up these, and turn • ur faces homeward Baggage checked for Chicago, we waited patiently until 9 30 p. M. for cars There being no sleeping car Lincoln ...... Batchelder .. Sargent...... or --I ..23 ..ll SECOND BALLOT. Among the arrivals of yesterday at the Hall House, we notice B. H. Lampoon among the many. He represents Koowlei Cl oyes k Co., Chicago. Church Dedication.—The fine Lutheran church in Manchester, which has been in process of construction during the summer, is now finished,and will be dedicated on Tuesday, 22d inst. Eight ministers will be in attendance, and the meeting presided over by the, Bishop of Winnechiek county, Iowa. Everything, even to the putting down of carpets, will be completed before the day of dedication. Lincoln ...... Batchelder .. Sargent ...... .33 .22 . 3 kind, will always invite iii an army of plunderers, who st ck to rob the by every legalized artifice, of w Noth iso eau be farrr than Mr. Danie G. Beatty’s mode of doing business, and which evinces his confidence in the superiority of bis instruct rnts over all oil -era. lie warrants hi* pianos and organs for six years, gives a five day’s test trial, and refunds the money if purchaser is nm satisfied. By this mean* his in*trumeais are brought into competition with others. LUMBER YARD! New Store! IN ALBERT LEA, MINN. agencv at thia (Yntennia) depot, we J were obliged to wait and take chances on the train. A section was wanted. This was accomplished by accepting two upper half sections at the extreme ends of the car The ride on this occasion was one which will long be fend invari blv comes out victorious. Ad dress all communications to Daniel F. Beatty. Washington. Warren county, N.J. See his advertisement. Opposite the S. IWX. XX. XX. Depot Take Notice. All persons who are indebted to Dr. remelt’- I John Froshaug on book account, are here- Tbe New Store on Hark street, just east , of the Hall House, is not as herod. A rivalry, both in regard Ut by notified that the books of said Froshaug I authority to collect I T m irk. Gr Hi We will keep constantly on hand a fall T»»ft plunderers, whu s.ck to rob the public j fare and runoinK time, each of tH. j    “tH.t'    tb.'nBc    *ml    *bow^    “„™‘h”Tr    n'iet,bo^,• hich = trunk roads, has increased their usual j mU8t be paid immediately to avoid cost , ,    .    .    I    speed,    generally, while a portion are    JOHN    A.    LOVELY*, the human mind can form a conception. ^ ^ ^ HpMninjf train? runninj. with |    Assignee    of    Bankruptcy The most of these are loo small in them-selver to justify a fuss in any one instance, and yet their persistent and gen- The nomination of Mr Lincoln was era| application to all nrangers,renders made unanimous. A motion to make the Republican vote polled this fall on the Presidential electors the basis of future calls,carried D. G Parker then offered the following, which were adopted unanimously. DECLARATION OF PRINCIPLES. a fearful recklessness, and without stoppages at the way stations. Our I Resolved that the Republican party ought to be continued in power, for the following, among other reasons : I. Because under its rule, the nation has been elivated to a first-class power. A fact never before existing in its his. tory. Mankato Fair.—This will take place on the 2Gth, 27tb, and 28th inst. The premium list seems to be a liberal one. The exhibition of horses and their speed will be a prominent feature of tho entertainment. Card of Thanks —The scholars of the Greene school huuse, in Freeman, and their parents and friends, desire to publish a vote of thanks to Mr. and Mrs G. O. Sundby, of Albert Lea, for the very efficient manner in which they have conducted the Sabbath-school in this locality during the summer. The little ones especially, will long remember the beautiful hymns Mrs. Sundby taught them to sing, and the lessons on temperance to the whole school, so clearly and ably illustrated by that lady, as could not have been surpassed by Mr. Abbott himself.    * Read Supt. Thurston’s communication on first page. 2. Because it has raised the creditor the nation, in the money markets of the world, about 300 per cent. 3. Because it has shown itself honest tad trustworthy, aud has given to the natioo. for the first time in its history. a sound and reliable currency. 4. Because it has a settled policy upon finances, and is united in a purpose to make every dollar of circulating medium, worth IOO ceuts by a given time. 5. Because while reducing the current expenses of tho Government about twenty-five cents per capita, it has paid $600,000,000 of the national debt. ~6. Because it represents the loyalty and progressive spirit of tbe nation. 7. Because we believe it to be the only party that has shown a purpose to purge and purify itself. 8. Because it encountered the greatest rebellion of modern times, and suc-cesifully defended the nation ‘from assaults by her enemies. 9. Because it abolished slavery, and made our Declaration of Independence for the first time, a consistent charter of universal freedom. 10. Because it gave to our settlers of foreign birth, a guarantee for the first time, that their naturalization papers them a source of great and constantan noyance. One or two illustrations will suffice. A barber is allowed to set himself up at one of these over-thronged hotels. His shop ii of course the most convenient, and every stranger will patronize him at least once. He will astonish his unsophisticated visitor with the modest charge of twenty-five cents for a single shave. A monopoly in the baggage department of the hotel is given to a certain porter. The cart or wagon of no one else is encouraged, not to say tolerated, around the house. Of course these thousands of guests constantly coming and going, must employ him He will demand a dollar for removing your trunk from the depot to your rooui, and another one for returning tbe same. For considerations best known to the landlord, a young sprig, claiming to be a physician, takes a prominent room and han<zs out his shingle. An unusual percentage of the over-worked and overheated guests are obliged to seek medical adv ce. For a brief prescription he will be satisfied with two dollars. Our doctors at home will ride a mile, feel of your pulse, examine your tongue, encourage you with a good story, and leave 6ome medicine, for half the uioney. Two or three thousand persons are to be fed. You take a seat at one of the tables, and there wait from one to two hours for your turn, only to drink cold slops at last, unless you prefer to tmn wa one of these D»hinjs through . >1mu( 2J d>y #f geplemheri 18;rt, due jungles, deep cuts, and glens at break- I in 6 monlh^ payable to F L-Steven* with neck speed ; turning rurves like the a reference lo a contract in the body of ‘ 1 spinning of a top ; leaping, apparently, j the note, and signed by me, was obtained from the top of one grade to the next from me by fraud. All persons are warned • l j    i,_____I„    •    ,i* , r-.sn, not to    purchase    said    note as I shall not with desperate bound?, jostling from .( *    p |>k»Kle side to side of    its iron track, shaking j    september    ll, 1876.    37t2 the occupants of the    car a? with a pas- I    ____ sionate and chastising hand, throughout j    TYK    JUDGMENT    SALE* the whole of    the    Alleghany region. of John r-h..f I STOCK OF GOODS, NOTICE.-A note for $300, bearing date * as extensive aa some others, but we intend to have a The difficulty to sleep luny be -enliied. I Pursuant to » real ..tale t.x judgment "    J    ,    v    J    of tho District Court, in the county of Free- when we say that much of the time, J ^rn >mj stRte 0f Minnesota, entered the the greatest exertion was required to | 5th tUy of ,8eptember, A. D. 1876, in pro-maintain ones position in the bed. so | eeedings f^r enforcing payment of taxes, sudden were the curvtsand so violent upon real eatme, in the county of Freeborn • ba sUnl-ino-    remaining delinquent on the Isl day of * ’    .    J June A. D. 1876, and of tbe statute in such At eight o’clock next morning we ’ case made and provided, I shall on the were in Pittsburg, the city of iron j i6ih day of October, A. D. 1876, at ten manufactory and of smoke A heavy | o’clock in the;forenoon.^ a^ the Auditor * P ,    - • , „     J    I    office,    in    the    town    of    Albert    Lea.    and rain of the night previous rendered the *rc I county of Freeborn, sell the lands which the I n.e ohnrurpd with taxes in said iudtrni streets almost impassible, while ,ne J arc charged with taxes in said judgment, dense fog hanging over the place damp- and on which said taxes shall nut have ened anv desire to venture out. Break- j been previously paid. fasting here, we took the Pittsburg and Fort Wayne road. reaching Chicago th0! next morning at 6 o’clock, making a ride of one day and tw# nights from Philadelphia. With Chicago, as also Milwaukee, the most of The S. BATCHELDER, Co. Auditor, Freeborn County, Minn Albert Lea, September ll, 1876.    37t2 I NOR SALE—-Life Scholarship in the Madison Business College A former resident of Freeborn county is one of the STANDARD readers are familiar, and i the proprietors of this institution. The they can well imagine the experience of scholarship will be sold on favorable tvrrns. a traveler, working his way through j Apply to    BOTSFORD them in the midst of torrents of rain. To-night, at 9 o’clock, we shall leave for home, glad to get back after nearly two and a half month’s absence, and satisfied that no locality in the wide range of our country, affords finer lands, truer friends, or better opportunities. Centennial. COMPLETE ASSORTMENT fill up often, 3*11 CHEAP! deal fairly with our customers, and thus hope to build up and merit a fair trade. J. A. ANDERSON. Albert Lea, —    —    —    Minn. of White Pine, Norway Pine, and Hemlock lumlxr, which we offer ta the cititens of tbe snrronmting country at the very lowest CASH PRICE. Our Hemlock DIMENSION LUMBER!! is far superior to pine, for the reason that it is stronger, has less knots, and is more durable when exposed to weather. We introduce it to the farmers as being ESPECIALLY ADAPTED for the building of graneries, aa it is proof against rats WM and mice, which is something that every farmer should guard against. Also the plank ta usa in barn floors, bridges, & sidewalks, have i no equal. WM J. PRETTYMAN, Agent. $6tf A horrible miscreant walked deliberately into a certain store in thia place a day or two ago and registered an awful vow that, for oneo in his lite, at least, his wife should have a sensible present As it is to be n surprise, we mention no names, but will simply state that the fee the waiter with aquarter, for a little j “ sensible present 99 is to be a new special attention, in whish case your | “ Domestic ” sewing machine. THE GERM AN-AM ERIC AN HAIL INSURANCE COMPANY, of St. Paul, has _____________ appointed A. T Bmkke their ageut for Water    Home car* and Omnibus Line* this County. This is a good institution, rum)lag regularly there!rom to th* principal part. CHICAGO MILWAUKEE 4 ST. FAUL RAILWAY, IS THE VKKY BEST ROUTE TO For CHICAGO, NEW YORK. NEW ENGLAND, THE CANADAS, AKS ALL EASTERN & SOUTHERN POINTS It ta tbs only Northwestern Line connecting »■ name depot in Chicago, with any of the tfr**t Eastern er Southern Liuee. and ie the moat erueeDi*toto located with reference to reaching any L**p*t, Hotel or Place of Buwtueaa in that city. Chicago Dwtrr: -Torn erTan aga nd Wert Walton Streets. Home cam and stage lines for all I art* of the city constantly pralng. Chicago CI tv OrnciSI and «3 clark St. MilWaukuc Dktot :—corner Reed and South Livery Stable*. County and farmers who are grievous sufferers from hail storms, would do well in securing themselves against losses of thia kind, by applying to Mr. Brakke.    16tf FOR SALE—Several choice lots in Par-ker's Addition to Albert Lea. These are laid out large si*e, and command Borne of the finest scenery in this section. Af ply t0    D    G.    PARKER. MONEY TO LOAN, On real estate security. Approved Note »n l Mortgages bought. Apply    ^ Office over Drug Store,south of Post Office. aI the city.    _ city Ticket Office 400East Water Street cor ner Wiscouam Ut. THE ONLY THROUGH LINE BETWEEN M BREAFILIS, ST. PASI, *HWAMUE AID Chicago, THROUGH PALACE SLEEPING CARS AND DAY COACHES With an the beet modern un prom na sn t* for safety CITY LIVERY ANO SALE STASIS. NEW BUGGIES, CARRIAGES. HARNESSES. and RELIABLE HURSE*. First-chis* Turnouts at Reasonable Prices! Corner of Broa d way and t lark streets, bert Lea, Mina. F HALL*, Proprietor. Track, heavy Gravel .nil eomiort, with Steel ballast and free from dust. A. V H. CARPENTER, Oeneral Pas*emeer aud Ticket Agent. SHI wan hee S. S. MERRILL, JNO. C. GAULT. (toni Manager.    AseH    Gen    Managr MANSE LIBRARY ***■*■ arapswmn *•■*■*■■ *rap|lkMra    •"■PNB ra|«*ra.    dm    "■va    - ems* FREE    TO    A I -TT - who will return the books promptly.

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