Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard in Albert-Lea, Minnesota
21 Sep 1876

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Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard (Newspaper) - September 21, 1876, Albert Lea, MinnesotaGov. Hayes Does not Drink. )    CT    I    k    T \ i I I From the Chicago Post.    CM    J    U/Alil/O The complete collapse of the attack *UG *VjK ™ V S O *§ P. of some Toledo Copperhead newspaper, 1 TI r.    4    0    “77 caught up and echoed bv the Chicago cheapest Soap that can I e used for Times, has made it necessary tor the latter paper to shist the ground of it* attack, it now raids upon Gov. Haves’ moral character, and attacks his perron al habits, which it considers to be very bad The items in his conduct which awaken such grave doubts on the part ut the limes are tlie alleged Tacts that at a banquet given in his honor at Cleveland, he declined to drink champagne. on the ground that ho did not consider T . an indulgence in that stimulant the I , » 18 £uaraa!e?d lllu,er penalty jpf fifty Droner w-iv to    1- • i (Jo^Ars not t0 injure the clothes Or hands, friumf.I, II I U'lebr?'e “ rolinct.1 and as one ,rial will en:,bl, any person to lit A k* e • S°. 1 lme8 saygi ascertAin tl'e truth of these statements, it added to this turpitude by lending his n’nnld never pav the proprietor to engage Bioral    * women ii I f f % f ta f * Aim the following Reasons : 1st—One bar will go as far a* two of any mher -d*—Only half tile iistm! rubbing being required, there is a saving of more than the entire cost of the soap in labor alone. Sd*—The clothes are made Sweet, Clean, and TV jute without boiling or scalding, thus all injury to them is avoided. There is a saving in fuel and hard work, and the washing is done about half the usual time. in | The proprietors take pleasure in calling attention to their beautiful improved ".KOMAN” REED    ORO-AIT, liclieving it to be the bes! PARLOR and OliCHEH* THAL ORGAN numnfartiired. The perfect* d Reeds », tim instrument an roiled aud voiced with the atm ok! care, aud, in eou junction with the improved Hoed Chamber |»n ' .ace a sweet, I ore, and powerful tone. ’ii Si!! CASES OF- support to certain Christian !in e^*Cnsive sy8*om n{ advertising and    I.lib.VI    .I at Premont, Ohio, when they [    lcJ    f,r ,,is.s®*P. «»■ I SStSlw -    IA s#    c knew from positive experience the! NEW AND ELEGANT DESIGNS. TATEM HGIC HEMI'TUTE oiKaniicd a forlorn hope for .he par- j U wiw'pr™^ pose of praying for and with the drunk- I is cthTmed for it. «rda in that vicinity, and those who aided and abetted then*;, by furnishing the liquor. The wife of the Governor, it is stated, took un active part in the Work of these women, and her husband Went so fur as to let them have a hall, r* i.t .r.A. in which to hold meetings. lie von • f.vred the gas bills,” the Tttu * adds, in holy horror Now. in the first place, admitting the allegation. Haves did no less than several safe* uni biliiard-room keepers offered <** d this city. during the prevalence **t I.u* crusading enthusiasm Vet. no has heard of the aforesaid saloon ami bndard-ru.-m keeper., I. sing cast iu the idem'tora tie party, to which they bel* dig. by their benevolence to the praying women. Indeed, the courtesy mr • ll., » I ...... .1    J ijis is also a superior soap for toilet /having purposes. in every respect what churned for it Th! and WAUN KR, RHODES 4 To. Who! es.tle Fancy Grocers, General Agents, 28ui3    Philadelphia, Pa. BEATTY UAitt Grand Squire and Upright, From Tas. F. Repin, firm Regan & Carter, publisher^ Daily a :ul Weakly Tribune, Jeffen-ou Cit;-, Mo., after receiving » $7**Q instrument says :    “Piano    reached    us    in go. dcondition. I nm well pleased with it. It ie a1! you represent it ti be” From IC. It. Haldridge, Beimfugton Furnace, Pa., after receiving a $700 piano. ‘“The Beatty ’received itll inst., all O. K., and come* fully up to y mr representation, and exceeds our expectations. While I dont profess to Tea judge in the matter, Mrs. B. d<M-s, and pronounces it of a very sweet tone : aud is very much pleased with it." Beet inducement*ever offered. Money refunded I uponreturn of Ria un aud fereight charges paid by Bim k Walnut, finished in oil, i • ^ * lout lJj;n< la and Massive Oma- , Hi ems, forming fine specimens of cabinet work. Tbs Handsomest and Best • —AT THK— LOWEST PRICES. Before buying an inferior instrument at a falm-lous price ON Tim., write and ascertain the price of a sui * nor otic FOR CASH. Ministers, Churches I» Helices, Schools, Lodge*, Ac., should senp eta LU Ii for i rice li.-t and discounts. LSEAIEns will find it to their advantage to examine thin Organ. It has improvements found iii no other. : "He-ponsible parties wanted to handle these Instruments in every town. Correspondents hi>- licit. I. “/EOLIAN” ORGAN CO. \V.\-Onx.TO.\, N. J. I ARMERS, LOCK AT THIS! 3?a ii xx iiig * jVSl i X i jss with Youngs Pa I tnt lion1 I-- Ii j .ating Screens, warranted to t grain from cockle, will alt other foul stuff. Tho needs (Wily to ex* in inc r. cia im ‘oi he nu,chiue t oral us-.* tit .Sort It ; :i It v. XIintiesota. Our Sci ti' filled anti w ot k pert.. t \ Mills, and we art ] utit g : mills. (Irders soliciled t’« Sa; is tact iou u un» ant red inainlt ti.    t' t Ii I S S I a1! and see sample v ut son Bra's, ot at C. S. I’. Lea. MI ti ii. VlSSGllEil A it ALL’S CONCENTRATED POTASH Warranted equal to any Potash in th Market. and far s lyrni t to Concentrated Lye, for all purposes for which it is used Put up in ©no poi it I eta! n call* cnient for use in : u i !• i    I »fl so..p and Jo. Jo/ sheets I Note Pap* I ** Steel pens I Pen* holder .............. I Package visiting cards I Rubber chaser ........,. I Cake Lip mucilage....... I Lea I pencil ............... I Taril tape measure....... I Foot rule.................... A full length portrait V*»: alii iigto(i, 24\3'» I itches.I AO Ifeauisar To . • V , :il pl ice. TU TI VV FRF year ti ! UU soil SO'. |. a !' ■ I J (    P.lug generally Lite, lit.Bs for mukiiq accompany each eau. For cleaning typo, presses, t paint*, softening u .t i. win bing fruit trois in the sprite. .it for excellence nu ' c- . •:;*:.».*« < For sale by Grocers r.nd Drug. vv here Viswher A Hair* In cf infmtaut Powder is i»v tlesf met ion of th i    J hint ilks lei*!© anil if! tilths l r < i ad n w a sob iuti-ns One dol-mnts »o pay pottage*, I the above package he Mag i/, ne tor oho (Mi w. Addrest) '/.eh ( et! mu I1-. i!*i lr. /inc. XV aautngirtn Aew Jersey. TH" ENFMY OF DISEASE *» THK FOK is KAIN — lo 31 nu ai aaa! I Scil ss t MtTSTAJSTG LINIMENT mmm Mjinco\ -A M Try I- TI R TU U c C Legal JYolite*. ORTO JUGE FOR EC LOHF RE SA LE.-* Default has been made in the conli-ticnis of a mortgage, executed by Ole John , j ion and Josephine Johnson his wife mort I gagers, to Robert Ii. Hume, mortgagee’ dated March 22d, a. d., 187o, and duly re- ' wCorded in the office of Register of Deeds in land for Freeborn county. State of Minne .-Ola, on the Sd day of December, a. D.. i I ISTA, in book K of mortgages, on page |27'!. The promise? conveyed by said mort- I {gage are siiiiated in said eownty of E'ree- ' lorn, .Staleof Mi»tie***ita. and describe*! us • »I lows, to w’it:    The    northwest quarter «>t r.hc soutiicrtst quarter, and lot No- two, (2. (of stet ion No. nineteen, fiji) also lots No •f w o 12) and I bree f ’A) in section f wenty. f 2U) I D. Cr Parker’* Center. REAL ESTATE. FOR SA LE—Desirable acre lots adjoin log Albert Lea.    Apply    to D O. PARKER. FOR SALE—The el swj section SC, township of Albert Lea. Aptly to D. IL PARKER. FOR SALE-—Th.* ol ie} *n*k if} seution 4, of Hartland i«>*4u»bip. dppl/ *o    D. G. PARKER. FOR SALE—One hundred* *ixty acres ••I ^vlirnt Lake township. Faribault man-Lf Ay ply to    DO. PARKER. it bin FOK SALE —Eighty acre? MVI! o :i T gra><h«.) j (T-s. in e- . min <»f all kin I- I and an'mal <. ap.! q* CS rcen for I lie •}• - * * is a I? o in vu I ii A-L I. -tv cg I he air in ; < - j and deal I ny in t h- WHICH ll IS X ) - Pi - • :ood OF FORTY i.A i ill it 11* Y, : YIE! t* at tile time vr*i« ....ti,, .    ,    , * uI>on    Piauo    aud    fr*-ig!it    charges paid by HUI# BUS rather approved than j me (Daniel F. Beatty both wa>> if umHti$factorv, by the Times itself*.    mxjm Hut the Germans. Mr Storey thinks I 4^s and who knows the Germans so well as \\ i bur I* 2—will be influenced to vote* against Gov Hayes on the above grounds. Why so? The doctrine of the Germans is that in regard to drinking customs, cvMy citizen should be left free so far as legislation i8 concerned to do as lie pleases They do not obi.-cl to moral agencies. They are not at all at war with the system of personal per-au .sion, but they are opposed lo uiakin® the .state the arbiter in those cases which may safely be left to the individual conscience. They believe in " persona! liberty,” lo drink or to abstain from drinking; to build churches or to spend tile money f>r beer hails, to attend the theatre or to visit the sanctuary, to pray or to picnic, just as each citizen elects Who ever heard any aspersions cast upon '.lie character of that estimable gentleman. Washington Hosing, for instance, because while after a test trial of fix - day* six years. Agent* wanted. llanos warranted fi-r Bend for catalogue. irs. .-tables. .Vc. ars L r -ale I y vcr wi: ere, \i IibMr *• Bi OS 07 IT F ■ DOI S LO I* A BOTTLE CO: OF i ER bi, \ 'iii Lure. ABD USEII LB Lbs 'lam I! \LL. !aeturer -OS! IT Witt Bor HE XL. i • V. iii, N T CORE, No N TH i AX IT I CT? THE J • I KL bbl i OX A II OASE lL£'TL' ANIBAL. TH-I *0 I IS MAGIC I OUCH-• Y- 2J    ■    SI HAS • HE Lie vt A HUMAN R. * If r n TO I Fr: AND : / Ny A VALUALL HOREB I Iv ! I! DANIEL F. BEATTY, XX a>tiiiiiiIon. N»-w Jeispy, I*. S. A. .I, B. ii It I NM Ll,, ItfCflvcri X’li.ilad.elpliisi, ZP a.. quills (Jr«*Ht luternatloiinl Exbibllinn l>« sitjned to comm 'in rate the Due Hundredth Anniversary of American Independence, will open May KWh and close November Kith, ISTA, AU the nations Of the world and all the States and Territories of the Fir,on will | artieipate, brinjrinj; together ' the most comprehensive c >11-orion of art tn aeures, mechanical inveuti ’us, ecii utitic discoveries, luau-ofacturing ochfevem-uhs,mineral sjrecUaeus, aud : agricultural products ever exhibited. The grounds : devoted to the Exhibition ar* - tuat* d on the line of the Pennsylvania ad at.d embrace four hundred and Aft} acres of Fairmount Park. all Lugtilv improved and ornamented, on which are erected the largest buiidingsj verc* ustruct**d,-five of these covering an area cf fifty acres aud c. sting $5,0CR!,-000. The total number < f building!* erect* d for the purposes of th> ExUihiti. *i it* over one hundred. THE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD TUE H It EAT TlllMi EIM: AND FAST WAIL ROUTE OF THE UNITED STATES. will Im th. m< -I direct. <• nvi-uieut, aud economical • way of reaching Philadelphia and this great Kxhi- i  ..bltS< ii from a1! secti.*ns f the nutry. It- trains Cetiuing for the    personal lihertv    , I*    toa,!''1 n^ad-b-h... ..tUp^stim ugh a Grand _ ________ ,    •    .    .    rrl->    '* UIS ;    Cent* nu in I l».|*«M,vhsh the C nine have I    erected at the Main eutrancc t.. th.- Kxliibithm j i    (lr. uuds f. r th** accommodation . f j a.-senger* who Con- Cuutilrymcn to drink beer. he inerts on hts on., person J erlp to confine l.un-sell strictly to Seiner ? This i. nil that Viov. II aye* claims by the Times' own showing Ile prefers as a matter ot personal practice not to drink chan.-pagne. Ile al«=o permitted the use of •> wish M ; start fr. rn, the large hotel-c*’utig uoust riti- station an i the F.xlntiim,- a convenience J the gr< atv -t value to vi-’t*’i>. t-.nd atY-<rde*l exclusively by the Penn** hun a Ra;,r ad, which ia Th*-only Line It it tin in* to the (cittern! to I Iluilditiff*. F.xcurai >n train- wnlal-* -t n at th. encampn.* ut of th*- Pafr .us of Husl undry , at Elm I Station onihir r ad. Tat-: l’ENNt-YI.VANI* R.VILROsn I- THE r.KAMiEsT Ihrougli Line North & South In connection with theCiticngo. Milwaukee ami sr. Paul, and st. Lout?, Kansas City, aud 3orth*in liaiiway*, i CENTRAL IOWA, WiSSOUHI AND THE SOUTHWEST. I’amf.sghr'-' for St I.oms. Khiishs t’itv. Nt. Joe»*ph, A tell! M»n. I. * a v e q w 11 r I . Keokuk, Quincy, and nil joints .S.ut and Southwest, should jim chase tick* -vin. thi*- route. DIRECT CONN ECH N WITH EAST and • WEST ECAES lur t Iii. ng t. Rv’ck I.-1;11. I, l’.tti Sir git n. Omaha. (YmMril filiifF**. an-l ii! po>nt- Ka**! arui XV est, uttt *jttaL d by anv ti..*.- louie. TWO PASSENGER TRAINS Hotly each way, iu y t<tu j j *-<i lur tln-Coinf**rt an I safctv of I be it av cling pul Sic. NEW AND ELEGANT RECLINING-CHAIR CARS ON EX I'ill.SS TRAINS CUPON TICKETS UPCK THIS A DiYLRCIRS LINES On ."-stlt- at all Pi inc!pal Nlttdiw. To avoid inconvetiuncv of lay *»ft*r a ti* I -low time, *ec (bat yoni tickets rend via this Sine, and accept it** other. A RUSSEL!*. Gen’I 1‘ari-gA & Ticket Ag*I ti THE NEW DOMESTIC public hail r0 a band of nravin® women • RAILVVA,T “koaxization IN THK WORLD. ItCt*Iltr ll* roll! ami «r-c    T    i"    ^    UM    '**    I    s*ev*m thousand mile* <f r< adway/ .mrs :tg ntinu- ‘    r*‘    *•    lite.    in    these    CuSk'S    he    "il> lint-* to I'liiladelph a. New V-rk, Baltinx >re and siuipjy claimed the right to use his own WanLunrton, t v>r wha it luxuri* um da v aud night care arr run from Obi* ago, St. Lott!*, IxmibYille, ! Cincinnati, India*,ap Bs. c ’ami th*, To!*do,Cleveland, and Erie, with «it * Ilk main line is laid with dont* of heavy r-teel rad- uiv*it a deep I ballast and its bridgi all of passenger trains are e*piil )*ed i i properly ana stouiacli to snit himself_ lhe German theory precisely. I his is a sufficient answer to the Ti"--    ..’ack. but the IV .st w„uid do a hedjiit? convict ions ii it Mopped era rd en hts matter The trill I* Jct ! “f au>' hue on tile (• nrin.-i *ha, the 1W, ortho C,;K.iu.t ’.....  *........" oupht to be a total al?ii„ance man ll Ute election of Gov Hayes to that offi.e shall introduce thai fact t r the flr.-j Uuie. it aid be a most desirable novelty The worst evil in |» .lilies is the drink-inp habits of IvpiHators and "Seemive officers Many of the bluntie.. „ most of the Ieck'ess action tvb'ieji has produced incalculable evil in our political history, may he directly traced to t he agency of too fret) ut n't potations J he powers vested in a President ret)-der a habit which might be winked at 1776 EVERYBODY 1876 csgrr.z^. - .- I a*, na I i' ) "Hr A Double- Thread Lock-Stitch Machine. I EW G Mm fj rf M N I*.ll*JIL tf'dr VHI f 4    VI it-n ■■p ti 7    *t    .“    V- - ' ; : b;» g f    S’.... ! lf t ’ i. v,y »#*' mm u c S pi o Pnckftl in tin cai vx«.*epi 14 anil 11 - H 4) acres in file north™* mile or Jacknon, in Joe* Ai of cwinry. Ap part of aa id lot No. two, (2) a? surv**y*il ply to    J)    y    i’VRRER. I ut ii * I platted by Lewii A. L«r?on. an.I re 'coni. ■I in Hie officer of Uc^iatcr *»f l>#ci*. ;f*ir Freeborn county. Minnesota, and ex-»*epf, Jil-o. t and H-1D0 acre? in the northwest quarter of said lot No three. (X) anil described as follows: Leginnmg ai a point u here the line between lots <*«(£} and three f.*5) intersect the lake shore, and running south 22 aud 4-o rods thence east !2 r*»*l-. thence north 20 rods, thence north -It'** west IO an*) 4--> ro*l# to the place of beginning. VII of said Inn I being in township No one hundred and one. (HH) north of range No. tw.-nty-lw , (22 w«*«t of the ft ft ii (o; principal meridian. Which mortgage was given to secure the sum of (fflQ land inf cr est at 12 per c**nr per annum, pny- FOR SALE Aflr1’^1' tH *our ^l01^ 'nsullm.m*. There i- -Iitiiiji*:I to b*. due, and is dx*-, on said {mortgage at the date of this notic**, the sn rn ii Four Hundred Seventy-four and F'tL SA LB.—One hundred and sixty acres, near Alexandria, Douglas county. Til is property has about IIH* nrre? mf heavy timber; b’O or acies of fine meadow, ani the re-r either prairie ar grub land. and the whole very desirable ta on - who wishes to cultivate a em ll form and rely largely up* * ii the markvtiag af wood alit] ,.|jr jf w;,| fxrhangrd fmf other property, if *h-**ired Apply ta I), a. parker. I JK SALE—tine hundred and sixty Meres :ri section 17, town ‘fib rang* 24. ta XX inncbago county, Iowa. Apply to D G PA UK KR. Any of the above tim*, ri iJesir d PERSONAL will be sold na Long PROPERTY. of LINCOLN i-KKJ dollars, for the first an*} I- lid installmvnfs. anti no action or project'd mg at law has b( n instituted to re ■cover the same, or any part thereof. ■ Now, tb»r*f re, notice hereby given, that J by virtue of a power of sale contained in ai I mortgage, ha- become operative >y reason *»f the default aforesaid, and I po TSU ant to the statute in *’ie!, ease made and provided, said mortgage vv ill b*> fore-clo-*’I by sal*-of the mortgaged premises above describe**!, af public anet inn. bv the Sheriff of said Freeburn County,at the ft out —j,door of the court liMU«e in Albert I.ea. in -ii i fonnty.-on Saturday. the21ef day of Octub r, a u. 187G, ai IO o clock. a. m.. T f i n av a ran vljf If EiA I WHY ALI. KINDS O. M. H LOOK SO WELL. AND LAST HK IT NKW ail t ti en debt. to satisfy the amount ihat si due i n na ii mortgage gefher with the -nm of fit y d* lated in -aid mortgage, to b<* j*aid as torney fee in case of a f**rec,'>*:ure th which i- claimed as a part of the de lured by -ani mortgage, besides the [and ripen*** - allowed by Jaw. I Albert Lea, September -VtIi. a ii. ]*7f RUDERT ll ll CME, Mort ga] Lovely & Parker, At*afley* for Mortgagee. FOK SALE—Life Scholarship in the National f’h lea go Business t billete ; one af the lo-sr m    the rwired    States.    ^ ill l.« »*|J ai a -Ii-c    ant,    and on lin(e,    if    desired 4p. Plv fo    t>.    ii.    PARKER Foil SALE—-A fine new Parlor Urgan. ''n time to suit the piirchri-er. Appl* ta I* ii. PAUKER. FOR SALE—A new Parker Ona. Ap-f*f fu    to.    ii.    PARKER. F UR SA LF,. — F« uce punts. Apply to to. a parker. FOR S ALE—Fanning rn I!, nearlv new cheap s pp1 j *o    DG    PASKER. FO It SALE—A good Pl* ar. Apply ta to. (i. PARKER. FOR SALE—A near Sewing Mach in*. ti- leas than manufacturer * price, and »D >f. time Apply in    D    G. PARKER. bf* to- ipu * 41 s —* CELEBRATED MOLDEN TONGATE PARLOR ORGAN. FACTDRY ESTABLISHED III ISM Ii US IX ESS TESTIMONIES PROBATE to UHT Ma County of Free rr of IF I*. XTE for HT —Slate o onnty of Freeborn, ***. th*- c• ardinn-lnp of Mi I Jo-bn (itrrncv. minor Minn-In (ii* rv Jan* *1-, jai late of Minto-n. ss. In the • guanlian-ii,p of Amir* a r.oa Mcd’aelney. and J<•«.n it tv heirs of John Mc* art- Un r ading- an I fi mg the lone**. Brown, guardian of i property of said minor?. * 11 the real e-*ta*e of h*t I if appearing from said i*e- i- nece- - irv an I w- ii!*l )>e . iersym-, ctfiarns of Wa«biitirt«.B( New I'l'weuiv jr. es- nj* tl»»f we bare baen rjtit Dan tv i F. B» *ttj f r»* vf r* c ob*!*-nt that he ie -triclly ae-neet. ! * perfe ti* re*)- n«;i I- man. aiut that •uf- *r- what he will n-j i—irenf *heai trn Joone- ll Na*: na] ■_____ •Beige I* U Ha J v Carter, h-) H ti J, rn Ii ’ vt ' - fi. Hay* r, ani V;c-, -l*rminlri»t First unity. :. <I* d me I alif di a net a' if I in ti Ive I the -u ort of The accoil at j -.f said anno court, in wbi ta.e or Ji art th in I (j nautilii Ah itr THE LIGHTEST-RUHNIitu TACHINE IN THE i" Ie aud third tracks * d * f broken n ne ir u or Moue. IU with every known s - tfety, i.>• *1 are run < u t - than the trains j The company hat* it tar < • t triennial lid in it- nu a aim] s Ut (-bort lit tee KUI* n> extra deniaud. , he command pf the - feet aceomm <la- ! the Centennia! Ex- ; FAST THIE WI) LOW HITES. TIME CAUL IN Milwaukee. Grand Haven, Dei roil, Buttal* >, N . VV X ■ il k. It. it*"’’ IvHrn-    responsible po? if ion? „    ... luadiiiisMiic. The weal oi 4o,o()u ooo ooutlicTD Minnesota OI pt't'jile ouj-lit not to fie in joopardv b}' the ri?ks winch always attctoi lo larj/ely increased its eq ’ travel.and wffl I - prejvar* <1 to Ie I loeomoti .’es aud j ac.-enger cars fieient to fully aeccHttrmuduta t j lhe in equailed resources at t J Con panty guarantee the most \ finn.- f’.-r all its patrons during | hibitioB. The magnificent Hennery fur which th* Pennsyl-    ! Phi laud} Ilia, ■ vonia Railroad is so jn- tiy ««-lebrated presents to the i traveler over its j * rfect roadway, an ever-changing    j pan ran.a of river, mountain,aud lain!- a] «• views, —————— TS ll I ii (J ti. i    n    America. , . . '. I I be earing-statiow* *n thv line are unsurpassed. Meals V. iii W famish© I at suitable hours and ample    1 rime allowed for enjoying th- in. Excursion Tickets, at reduced rates, will he auld    I at all prxariiwl I ai lr. ad Offices in the AV«-st. Northwest, South-west. Be anre I Ii ut your ticket arend via the Great I Pennsylvania Route to the (Ynreuniul. FRANK THOMPSOM,    JA.    M    BOYD,Jr., General Manager.    GcuT I'assV Agent. EFF EOT MAY lie. 7 2>i Ii 20 p. I j With our pri The convtru pbcity, ©Dmpr* are hardened ar. The machine (patented) mac lo J. very mar Ar. v. M 12;lk) m. .H:20 p. w 10:-il a. m 2:07 p JU ii DCMiST’C R. R. •I vs att el; cl. to a preater ar It ss Jt^rce, the least faibper-inK with mtoxicatino liqunrs Nu who uses them liabituaily is evir his own master, and lie who rules others wetl must bepill by *revej nintr The Inst I hill*; Gi n Jluth and the one u t st thornily approxed by tile press of :liC country, was when fit the outset of the war he*public!vde dared that.vt bile in command be would not drink wine Whether lie kept his pledge or not, we cannot tell, but. when l’ltsst-npt-r Tm Ina Ari ive and Depart. himself r ever did. Leave going WEST. Leave Leave he made it anti thus set an exit his brother officers, every mother who Leave :auip e to ! had gent her sen to the war, every wife who had given her hm*band to the cause, every maiden whose brother or lover had gone lo the /root,blessed him in their hearts So now. this nation has no use for a lippier in lite White House. The hand at the helm cannot afford to he unnerved by alcohol, or tile brain that has P* consider and finally determine measure© to be dUudcrcd by strong drink .hx-S*:3atur Carpenter felt the force of this fact even in a subordinate station, when, on hi* election as Senator by the legislature of Wiscon^*,, he publicly I d-dared thai he Would let wine alone I It some carper sneeringly mujik m* that I *• Matt iaihd to redeem his pledge ( the only auster pertinent litre is that i* so, it only [ roves the greater nrecssi ty in select;i g men to fill high j ublic J i ffiet* to pick those who have* sn lived that the liq 'tor habit has not obtained • ■ny hold upon their will and their lion* r It tliis.—as the Tinier declare, and we j do not doubt that in this solitary ease I rf tells the truth—is che fact in the ease of Gov Hayes, it will add vastly J lo the enthusiasm in his support, of all ; citizens, no matter what their natmnali- ! tj, who have expel ienced—and who In,*. | wot t—the vexation, dangter. and often toe (utility, of being compelled in the £?i£4£ JM,h,ic n),in* ^ Jippoal from “rhilip drunk to Philips ’Tr ” LA CROSSE........... ... 7:0o AMRushford ............... 9:21 .*Lanesboro .............. ...I Os 28 i*Fountain................. ...11:00 **Spring Valley......... ...ll ;4*i ft ftRamsey ................. ... 1:30 I*. MRamsey.................. .... 1:50 ft AALBERT LEA...... ... 2:(i(* ft ftWells ..................... ... 4:20 ft ftXX'in arba go ............. ... 6 05 GOING KAST,Winnebago............ .. 6:00 A. MWells..'............. ... 7:50 AftALBERT LEA......... ... 8:50 4ftRamsey............... ...10:05 ft ftSpring Valley........ ..11:40 ft ftFountain................. ..12:54 ft ILanesboro .............. .. 1:12 F MLanesboro ............... .. 1:32 aRushford................. ... 2:30 aLA CROSSE............ ... 5:00 ft 4The Quickcsi l ime l.< \vi**t Rate. BETWEEN MILWAUKEE PHILADELPHIA, .In<( ai! Points Hast. — I? \ I V I III — O a stud I In von Koiitc Detroii ann Milwaukee H P. FASH I highest txlen’ an i th modiste?, both n- I, average drens-tnaKt-catalogue mail . MQ t ‘a* d WORLD. e ; erne it. e* .xlted tim-. v, and they » new special TACHINE CO., st xiii ( hlongfo. Uoincsllc ** Pa- sjj h an* I pcrfccVfittng • at * In;'* saving in * ho-se t > cr. ake, ov ttiperia-thck < un gar meres. With the t i i ti. e mow skillful Jar a -vc tt c resell of the <- ri Out Ciega;, ii ^-illustrated f v : ’. * eryw here. * ASHINE CO., •1 ( !il^*nj^o. 'iti i rf. •r fr« ation ii wed. ll line*! ai Jude I «l*v ti e«tat( 41 I age • Buttle XI of i ii t *#r * ►ii app- • j rob-, es. in It i- I WI th* in ti Will I M CK. lr I ai I M*r. ’ro- crt I f -r i fit irther oi f th • o • tier f km v -er*«-*l -*. ie*i ling pri F*r beant *1 bv ti of pi • 0 • rn -cig irume I* ti pui>.it it ion v - I el* re - ai tilt I* pers a ir. Dated . us u»f< Vuru't GI LL LR I GI LI J RAM RN. 2D Ive y at tbeir j roj^r Dated August Kist, ^ By the ©curt GILBERT N BRUHA Ti F TLR! Jude N DSI >N ^ Brob* ter AND (STEAMSHIP LINE. L-ny- Ri*un*I Trip Tick’!- on Sale "Yt-rJ At all principal]’ >iiit.« in the J* cr! Ii wert, .1/ t'ftiynnv (ulirrg, Hilo Brant!tray, mid t-Dark •’jfict ciliolum*; Vmon ll' J’ t M .’l OM A lf, . PARL fcf?‘ This i? the nnly I (Ute hiving Milwaukee f(>r it- western termini!?, and it-rates are always the same from Milbank**- to the v »s! a? at lie i I ti -■* go. I Ii us pi-nit et in_r and with I lie* im crest8 of 2712 mo tin quote fi oui I hit-a-i«lent i Ty inj* if sell great Northwest. Leave J rains going east make close connections at Lacrosse with trains on the Mil-waukee, Chicago,-and Si Paul Railway for Milwaukee. Chicago, and all points East. Connection at Ramsey with trains on the C. M. & St. V. Railway, for St. I’uul and all points in Iowa, Nebraska,and Kansas    W. C. VAN HURN XX ll L iRRO.v,    General    Manager. Gcn’I Ticket Ag t. & ATTAINED AT LAST! TLI AL will INSURE ITS POPULARITY EVERYWHERE. /?  —  • .CV A Hiving ]»eks—If your bees. when ■warming, seem restless and dr. not want to light, take two pieces of boards aud strike them together, '^hieh makes a noise resembling thunder, and the bees will light at once on the nearest Madison Dispensary, 82 W. Madison St., Chicago, FOUNDED BT x> R. C. BIGELOW, Who is a regular graduate of Mrdlrai Collere. and hwfcecn Ion*- Chronic ninloi??1 °f a" YKNKREAI- S*CIUAL and vnKOMu IIISX ASKS than nor other i>hr«ician in OhicBco .L . L? rlnary diseasrs, or mercurial affeetton. ortho throat, akin or birne*, treated witll nujmrnlleled sm-eew Tat-ilre*1 sweaUflc PriQcir tcs iu bait th" usual tiae.iafelj, prii •JT^*AT?aRH®A’ SEXUAL DEBILITY and I*P0- I, a* iaa result of self abuse in vouih, sexual excesses In iBaturer vcars, or other causes, which produce some of the following etXeeu: Nervousness, seminal emissions, debility, dim-• Tlh'e m'morT. pimples on the face, aversion *uWD.Tit-d ot »e*uai power, etc., rendering MARRIAGE IMPROrKR, are permanently eur.-d. Pamphlet (36 pages) re-iaung to the above, sent In sealed envelopes, for two 3-c*nt ^ia'on gn-“PfY-eeC00*UltaU00 “ °‘Cc8 °r bj m*U lnvited- «« Booms separate for ladies aud gentlemen. Cure. guaranteed. MARRIAGE GUIDE. OR SEXUAL PATHOLOGY. TH* it an mterrsti.r work of two hundred large she ptns, sod *“t»rm»*ien for those who are aimed, or con tempi** Beam*!*. It contline th, •zper’rnec and adrice of a phrtician whoae reputalion >« world *:de. ac! should It in the prieatc drawer of ever* ST    *£TTh'>ut *5 *n,t" rloSf It embrace. rrerrthiS .a’.". I” f tbL«T*«m that Is wert* known;,, ani Btteb thit .biRot    m    atty other work. Prior, Ftfto Cent*. AtUTM*    *1    m    A    to    we    nu..----*•—    —    -    -    -    - .    r.riyri- --.vy. .    risJE    1    amstwSd . i ► Ss 4 - h I HA V LI ES G i ii t Mill* Abc r M.TenmileCollege. Kct Mi-ti-dippi Prof. XX‘m H. I .Manager. N;ti* ttcnth year. _ I* Lit - J A :i ll r\:    P , M: !,.! ,r. *• •111* ’’oar*!, ami Stationery. l’>-***kkcvf cr?, i en in en, Reporter?. Uperatnra. Architect?. >ui Y tty or?, an i Teachers tour tie! v filter). Lngliah branch*-- frc** F't ee Ldstfibv Ruin cat Ural or?. Free Keitivals with Brass Bau*| .n C. Lt-ge Hall Free Fur t;i-he«i i(’•Hu** fur sclf-boartling. Tclegraph-iag ft ce. > tort hand writing rec. «ioo*l boarding dibs, and family board. Kai!-road fare de hicte I Immense busine?* in Keokuk. No vacation. Address Boy Ile? t oli**ge. Iv*-»kuk. Iowa. Male wh'-rcyou saw- this a I vert iseinent.    2lyl <»RTG AG E Ft»REt Ct )ST RE 8 ALC— I»efaii!t has been made in the ccn*li-ti**ns of a mortgage executeil by Janies An lerson, tmirtgigor. to John Sheqjain, mortgagee. *lH»e*l May 2l>, A I>. i8?o, ami duly recorded in the **thce of Kegisier ot iii am) for F'reeborn county. State •et;!ton of F <er-on and } -*n>e to sell t! »f* ar*f tansf mr heir n readin <Tat se. gnat J ty of said min i! estate ot her rom said p**t ti rot!bi be benefi*; • I e«fe or a t Mi Ii E. .ne (, cashier J Firer National Bonk. f I r-t National Ii»nk. sh, Slat* Sr oat -r J*-recant. * J d* Ma in reiftrd ta fag ci*--I; joii th* names and us-I ti aaa fw-rw- th* who kase names »** r. fereoar. I c**uUl add I- unit - --ary, and rn rotxin- - v J - *' r*:» r - any * f them, and I any partiruki, t i»r. ■    i-1    nu    n    r.-un * f mrhmHrqt^ and freiglit cli* ryes j aid by me both wa;* if in any wag ii.wat.-f • rj ofter ftv*- d*ra teat tr:T!. Bent .g9t rver ip v y, a -bf tike?It* JMhi.fWB*. Daniel Beatty, TVashiugtcii, New Jenrj, t. s. I. Established 1860.    ----------- TIO. ES    0 Free'bom County STANDARD. i- nec* **saiy a ward, that s i of should be e next kiu of th intereste*l in t appear before Probate office in *hc riling in the county of Freebor . It is or I id ward ai e*lat of sa I Pr.ibate Mc-.K McPher-ii I filing the t J ion of the n said ward; lien that it ficial to -aid rf there-*red. r Ii fi t the i all persons I ward, shall Po'irt. af the f Albert Lea, TT B UMI KU ALBERT LEA, — B\ — AT MIM. Parker & Boxford, Proprietors. aforesaid. on the hi ’cli It v la. k in >f October. A. D. M ls76, at one the afternoon, to show cause cv should n J be granted for the sale < f sn. ! p-taf** And if is further ordered, that a copy of flit* *>i ler be per- ; ©on illy served on the next of kin of raid »ani, residing in said Freeborn county, and un all persons interested in said estate, at least fourteen days before the i hearing of said periti* n as aforesaid, and by the publication there »f for foot sue-ce? ire weeks in the ** Freeborn County Standard,” a weekly newspaper prime*! and published at th- village of Albert Lea, Ini SfASr**ni) i# Ute oldest paper on th# lint of the routhern Minnesota Katl-rond; Lu -a ;»n extensive eirc«lnti«n among the retitling portion of the c-mnmtrity ; t ie Celation )< c*»nsti«nt!y increasing, ami its advantages as an advertising medium has long been recognize I by a large list of paying patrons. of Minnesota, on the 2Utb day of Mfay, A. *u f'aid Freborn county, the last of which ll. I trio, In Hook J of Mortgages, on page ; publication shall be at least fourteen days 274. The premises conveyed bv said before said day of hearing, and served up-mot I gage are situated in sai«i county of on all other persons interestou, according I ■> I'    •    t    k    .    h    %.    S    ,    (W    ft    WI    #    ,    W    M*.    e    \    f    .    K.    «.    A    ^    I    X    A    I    'I    va*    I    k., ft .    I    %    .    ■    w    W    rfBB    .    I    wk.    ft    f    I    X    Lj    mm    A    * Ad^ntri] f    bistrurriCTts    \<>    s<;e<s    cm;    .    cie-    ;    r    mu-it .ii e(Tacts ;uid tx: re-sicn never b«fore attained. P r Amateur and I rofesoouol, and aa ornament in any parlor. HT BciXtifcl Hey Stria* sew ruij. $i to $2 worth of the finest selected rousTc. ^    '    GEO.    WOODS London. reading matter. F.ach number contains from CO., Pubiithers, Cambridgeport, Maw. F’reeborn, State of Minnesota, and described us follows, to-wit: The east half of the southwest quarter of -eefion No. 1 twenty-ive (2- ), in township No. one hun- :»4t*"> died aiel three    range    twenty-two •'22). XX liicli mortgage wa** for a valuable j consideration on the 17tb day of July. A. Lf 187*1, duly assigned by said John Sbe-QSUi to ll. D. Brown, and said alignment duly recor«Ied in the office of Register of I)-eds aforesaid, on the 17th day of July, A. I). 1870, in Book N of Mortgages, on page OB There i*» claimed to be line, and i- due, on said mortgage at the date of this notice, the sum of two hundred and eighty- five dollars, and no action or proceeding ***,na* "w ill Ussr bs. h,-,.n i ii a* i * ■ ■ t... i *. -L ii.Z    hundred to law. Dated August I Oth, A. D. 1970. By the Tour!. GILBERT GULBRANDSON. Judge of Probate AS AN— llKRIFF'S SALE.— By virtue of an ex-k? ectitinn, issued out of the District j j Court, for the Tenth Judicial District, in I I and for the couuty of Freeborn,and State of Minnesota, upon a judgment entered and IuM&RvnuU DotesT, The Standard makes an especial aim to dock el cd in san) court on the 20th day of publish all the valuable statistics of tho July, A D, 187*’, in a certain action County, rendering it peculiarly attractive wherein John Prlls)aff is plaintiff, an*! »*n immigration document Many resident- of the county al onreoiate this ALBEE’ I' LEA Restaurant! liEATTY-MU at law has been instituted to recover the same, or any part thereof. Now, therefore, notice is hereby given that by virtue of a power of 4ale contained in said mort George Davies and C A. Ostrom are defendants, in favor of said jdnintifF. ami against said defendants, for tile sum of sixty nine dollars and ! eighty-six cents (Si.169 86). I have on the 16th day of August. A. D. 1876. levied upon all the following describe*! land and county apppreciate this fact, and are sending th** paper to their Eastern friends. XX e desire to increase the asefnl-ness oi I bk Staxi skd in this regard, an*! would be glad to add many more such names to our list. ItedUaa Dispensary, a lf Median Bt.,'ctneago, IU. *1 I ^ I ^    ^    i To the XX oi king Class—Me can furnish von em] loymeut at which you can make very large nay in your ova localities, whitliout being away from over night. Agents wanted ‘n ever foww aud , eonQty to take subscript ion a f I lie Centennial ; Record, the largest publication in the Vuitetl Bt a tea , —ic. pages, C4 co him us ; Elgantly IUuRtratcd. I Terms only fi per year. Tbe Record is devoted to whatever Is of interest (‘ounce od with the Oenteni-al year. The Great Exhibition at Philadelphia in f nil v illsieft«»«J    J    ,,    i.. : I    t_’.. .     I.    a__WHI ti it limb or stick. The bourd.? are much f^y illustrated rn detaiL Eve-yr cdr   .. x... letter than .he old pts. of beaiisg | pans, (Vc.    elegant j atriotie crayon drawl g premium picture I*-- precented to <-«ich subscribe . It is entitled “Ii ___    “7^*T    rememberanee of the One Hu idredth Anniversary At file    AsscUtbiV—ft: J 0. I* M .speak, g tho Independenoe of tho mited .States" Size er ("Ode to,her)    -    For    heaven’s    .glmXT",;, AZ The', sake. finish    yow    speed.    J    I    give «    din.    'tK2 lier parti t*-night. Member (ahiae to j ^ut- x\e have many agouti* Who are I alo ., speaker)—I know it. Another tin,, I »*3&r!22HkT3fc SSSnL^ YO*’!! invite    mc.    the business    a trial. Send    for    our circulars, terms ___ _ aVd l'tirrX '    vf liaPer»    which are sent free    to all i l V ~    I    v>    *    \    -    Complete    outfit    free    to Ie* (ne New Orleans Jionun-    .w.ho    decide    to    engage.    Farmers    and    mechan- -    -    —    1CH* their son and daughters make the very best of bai ley    w    ill    SOOU    be    agents.    Address big enough to bud himself. Jfcyi TUE CENTENNIAL RECORD, Portland, Maine. When once used will retain its piaco forever. vT3 EZCHA1TGE MACHINES. Swnd your obl-fushioned, cnmhenome, boavy-j-unntng,woman-killing machine to us, nnd wo will allow yon B25 for it, ft« part payment for one "of ours, IT IS CELEBRATED FOR iTS ADVANTAGES, Di THAT IT IS OHE OF THE LARGEST SEWING faAY[ILWFllf^TCACTURED -ADAPTED ALIKE I?*J£E^S.E.9F.rTHE FAMILY OR THE WORKSHOP. IT FAS THE LARGEST SHUTTLE, WITH THREAD*^ TISAT H0LDS ALM0ST A SPOOL OF ms/,THE 'SHUTTLE TENSION IS ADJUSTABLE WITHOUT REMOVING THE SHUTTLE FROM THE h. ACHIME. THIS MACHINE IS SO CONSTRUCTED THAT THE POWER IS APPLIED DIRECTLY OYER THE NEEDLE, THUS ENABLING IT TO SEW THE HEAVIEST MATERIAL WITH UNEQUALED EASE. IT IS VERY SIMPLE IN ITS CONSTRUCTION, DURABLE AS IRON AND STEEL CAN MAKE IT, ALL ITS WEARING PARTS CASE-HARDENED OR STEEL, AND INGENIOUSLY PROVIDED WITH MEANS FOR TAKING UP LOST MOTION, SO WE ARE JUSTIFIED IN Warranting Every Machine for 3 Years. IT IS THE LIGHTEST AND EASIEST-RUNNING MACHINED THE MARKET. ITIS, ALSO,THE MOST ELABORATELY ORNAMENTED AND PRETTIEST MACHINE EVER PRODUCED. _ MTH ALL THESE ADVANTAGES, IT IS SOLD 5 T0 *25 LESS than other first- Cilice M a Pwrmrc EXCLUSIVE control of territory given TO AGENTS. exI?a°R0,nary inducements offered FOR CASH OR ON CREDIT. SEND FOR CIRCULARS ANO TERMS TO Vie Sewing Machine Co., 358 Euclid Avenue, n. G, £ Keeps I In firsl cl i Town, h a vin« VV ’ I i I L at 3k IVX IS <3 IV! "S Ii*\-daurunt of the in connection * a ti ii e Grand Squire and Upright. I ndorse ! by    high.    **t mu-icol authorities througlit thew. rid ai- the I)KST From I* 8 Bc d a “Not ! gajic, \iliicb h.8 become ojier.tive V, IM* 112^    •**’<i    coillilj of I rf* I fun of tho .’(-fault af,.romid. on.! parsout h?Tn:f',*',® of,    •> DIMM* numi iv ho re day burrel can *0 had at reasonable ,    rates    I HE A LSO KEEPS TUE 15 FST STOCK OK ; CAN DI KS. FRUITS. ,n ani dry) SHOW CASE NOTIONS. CK HI ES, TE \S. ,v ( ,, ,yC. found in this j’.irt < f ti;* State. SH ILL PROFITS UIHJl ICK SALES; i? his motto. Broad wav, o|);m site the I Post office, Alb i t Lea, Mi: a.    I t a - rei n it is quail ty, ’’ From Ii ll Cur “Tie- Beati; I : la good order, It faction," H If nit -t musical the BIST : k kl a, N J after reeeivmg Beatty llano lf an I family, but every one who ixtisft.-d in regard to its superior ine I.;, C' i., ('h.i’uberpburg, Pa t * hand one week ago, P to the statute in such cn-e made and provided, said mortgage will be foreclosed by sale of the mortgaged premises above described, at public auction, by the Sheriff of said Freeborn county, at the front door of the court boose in Albert Lea, in said county, on Saturday, the 7th day of Octo- ot said defendant, C- A. Ostrom, ;o-wit T ie northwest quarter cf the southwest quarter of section number twelve, town-shin number one hundred ami four north, | of range t wenty-three^west of the fifth principal meridian, and the southwest quarter of the northwest quarter, and the north- } OUR. - i- th is far given entire sari*- I ber, A. I>. 1876, at IO o'elock A. M., to M es! 'Perter of the southwest quarter, of j NOTWITHSTANDING THE F UT TH AT e due SPC,lon m,mber n,ne- township number one WE ARE DOING FIRST-CLASS JOB-- ■Ii:, :    ,?    isa'A**    _*    »    -a-SSW. K •««*** wuu    7^ “" ™ eves sat , ; (» r; ?■ th in t ne and fiuiah"    sum    of    fifty dollars stipulated in said mort- I . Aents a in*. I, , -ale or female Semi for cate-    lo    be*paid as an attorns* fee in re.. 1 r,,Ilj|n’ *n<1 wlU r, Try*.ne, I‘a„ says "inr nftu*) 1 ti ■ 1 j -• to hand in go* rt lugue Addr a.'. #.1 ISIL I', ti SC. I TTY. XX a;siiington, New Jersey, I', s. a. satisfy the amount th t shall be AGENTS Mf ANTED! .} CLEVELAND, 0. Feed! Feed! I. Him irs "FZIIlqiroRxT'-CNST ll* HOWELL, at ELEVATOR No. 2. near the Depot, having put in a Hew Feed Mill, hundred and two north, of range number of the fifth principal me- I g..g(- lo be paid ne an anomer fee in ease !    "*■'    *)>« «■*"'• or no much of. foreclosure thereof, which is claimed "*««»(    •><“    necessary    to satisfy said ; as a part of lite debt secured by said mort- i    *n<l    »»    'l"or    of gage, besides the costs and expenses a1-    in    the v.ilage of Albert lowed by law. Dated. Albert Lea. Minn., I C'"' “ ■ •*«* ‘-•►«r■> “"'I Slate aforesaid, on I JOH- WOKK, PBOMPTLV. AND AT REASON IHLE BATES. WK are GKAD-UA LEV ADDING TO OUK FACILITIES, AND SHALL ENDEAVOR TO FULLY KEEP IT XVITH THE TIMES August 23, A. D. 1876. II. to. BROWN, Assignee. D. It. P. Bibbs, Attorney for Assignee.    34C Farmers, Look at this I These windy days when you go to town, you will do good to yourself, if you go to the Saturday, the 30th day of September. A.D. I j 1876, at I o'clock n m. of that day. Date*I j Albert Lea, August 10th A. D. 1876. T. J SHEEHAN. Sheriff Freeborn Co., Minn, I Lovely & Barker Attorneys for Plaintiff    33»7 t inn '"iiTMMaNaaaMBaai These remarkable instrument!! ipoMsew capacities for musical effects and expression never bi f re at-toined, adapted fur Ama! in r and professional, and an ornament in any parlor. EXCFTj in quality of toke, thorough V OHRMAN SH IP, ELEGAN I DESIGN aud fiuiHh, and wonderful variety of th. ir conu.i-uatii n olo stoj». 2 ftri'B* a ut if til new Centennial Ivies now ready Address daniel f. Beatty XXHsliingion. New Jersey, I . t. A. is now ready to accommodate the public with FEED IN ANY QUANTITY, and at reasonable ratch.    Stf I and get a cup of Hot Coffee! for five cento. The place is next door south of R. B Sinner & Co’s, store. J. P. COLBY. 200,000 NEW BRICK. FIRST THERE, FIRST 8 ER VED. Parties wishing first-cla?? Brick, and desiring to take advantage of low' prices will do well to call on M. F BUSI!FELDT. 25tf    One    mile    north    of    Albert    Lea, HOWE'S SEWING MACHINES af ii. B. SN INN Ell M’D' Legal Blanks. XX c keep^tlie most ci rn Jefe assortment of Legal blanks of any country office in the Slate, ami we pride ourselves on the fact that our STOCK in TRADE will com. pure favorably with the best work to be lownd anywhere. If you want circulars, It you want I andbiHs, If yow want envelopes, It you w.-.nt hiirine-s cards, ll yow wir»t neai bill -beads, It you want tasty letter-heads, It yow want nice visiting-canie, It yow want any kind of job work, Leave eedttts ar Tee Si vxotuw Other

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NewspaperArchive’s collection of newspapers boasts more than 85% unique content compared to other newspaper sites. In addition to big city newspapers, we have a wide variety of newspapers from small towns that hold a wealth of information about day-to-day life. Our collection dates back to 1607!