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dMranjif ript AUSTIN, MINN., NOV. Ijth, 1889. C'lIlJRCH DIRECTORY. CON RES A TION'I«.—Rev.E.M.W ILLIAMS Sabbath, 1.0Ja. ip., evening 7J o' clock, Sunday School at 12 m. Prayer-nice ting .WirnUy evening at T-80 o'clock, METHODIST.—ROT. A. J. KiUoi Ser r»ee on Sabbath at 10| 4. m., evening 7J. Sunday School at 3 p. •. Prayer-meetings Thursday evening at BAPT.I8T.-BeT. II. I Pu(i Service on Sabbath at 10J a. m., evening, at 74. Sun •lay m«iI 1# piioutcs p. m. Prayer-meefe 't'2 Thswday rvenmg at 7i and 4.60 A. M. Wood. o'clock. Choroh routing itrst Saturday of eaeh month. l'RKSBYTERIAN.—Bev. B. A. MAYBE*: Service every Sabbath at 10} a. m. evening ait Ti o'clock. CHRIST CHURCH, (EPISCOPAT,.)—Rev. 1. W. .UIMOM, Rooter Service at 10 ft a. M. j»4 7 p. ui. Friday 5 p. m. Sunday School if p- ni. CATHOLIC.—Bev. Joan Kiuihi Servie tuo sabbaths in eaeh month. OXIVKRSALIST.—Rev. Mr. WAKKFIKLD: A'rrico on alternate Sa)baths, li«M«, at 10) Suhool nt 12 m. b. plnMd 10 talc. few being hauled. Farmers who hesitate to subscribe on account of lack of ready lash, may be reminded of tho omnircr Death of Joha OtheNsy. Thin noted Soux Chief who it will te remembered saved the life of over Traverse on the 29th ult,of Consum pi ion, fi\ash*glvlflk Day. Next Thursday, the 18th, is thanks giving day, and as yet we have narry a Turkey offored us. We would not ob ject to a good fat goose, duck or chick en* if turkey is not convenient, but we voutd remind our generous friends who contemplate stwh a thing as ma kitg the Editor a present, for his table this day tfcaHour family is not very small, and it might takei a pair of the two fatfet t» go around. Mlaafseta Ahead. Our Eastern exchanges state the fiow fall at from twenty to twenty two inches ^eep in, New York and' the New Vagland States A telegraph dispatch from Albany, N. Y., the 8th says a lively snow fetonn was in progress at that place during the forenoon, of tliat day. We have noi had moro than aa inch this season and thafr was onlj on the gronnd a few hours. The weather Viough olesr and beautiful is quite cool enibraeing. For the Hely Laad. Rev. C. O. Rowdish starts' from New York on the 15th of next month for Palestine, whither he goes in 70 persons during the Indian massttra of five subscribers at IS^O e^h/the of 1SII2. died at his farm neat Lake cheapest, »it is the most eom'plete tl.. OAaL ... IA /I ___ Fi'vm 1.0 Rf jr. We are again in receipt of our items of news fVotu Lo Roy this week, whieh has been inflected so long by our cor espondent. We hope he wil' not let •w wait so loag again. Send them every gut uo Tuesday. The market is also Murreeted iu chid issue. Look Oat For The Fire*. ft is now the season for fires and our fitfxens ea'nnot be to c:\rofuI. Let our i'xiders examine their ehimneys, keep them clean, andtako all the necessary precautions to guard against this de vuuering element. In a city built as ours •8, mostly of wooden buildings, too much lutyecsnnct be taken. The Mglok noase. To farmers who are obliged tc ***y in town over night or get a meal, the Sigloh House has become a favorite orith all. Char Jt-y :s a gocd landlord and his barn is presided over by an at tentive and accomodating hoetler whose only interest is to please the guests while stopping at the Sigloh House. Howdlsh is tho first missionavy. of this Ralroad Sale* We are informed- that- the- twelve miles- of'Toad belonging to tife.Milvyuu and gt. Paul.ilnilrfHulioompany, on which track laying wis commenced lest weefc, has bean purchased by the Illin ois Central Railroad compan.y who will finish the same immediately. It will'take about ten days to finish the •ftllroai Accident. A young man by the name of Cbarlo* Barto, a brakeman on the W. ft St. P. R. R., freight train, was run over bj the cars at Roohestar' on the 5th inat., •nd insttntly killed. It is supposed he fell from the train his head resting on the rail, the body lying across the track. The hoad, says the Pott, was literally crushed to atoms, the brains scatteret on the rail, the jaws broken into small fragments, teeth scattered around, hair stuck to the rail, altogether presenting a speoteele horrible in the extreme and one at whieh the flesh crawls and the blood chills.. The remains of the un fortunate yonng man were gathered np and deposited in the depot, and lr. Mayo being summoned, he found that besides the terrible grinding to peices of the head, there was scarcely a bone in the whole body unbroken. The llcartkaai Hrase. This excellent family weekly news paper has issued another prospectus, .. ,b. t. ",1 Tk. 1. evening rj. Sunday dearth and Home has got to be one of our favorites we think it oue of the best family newspapers published. TIME TASLE-MILWAUKEE 8T.FAUL By Specimen copies may be seen .t this P»**engcr train* will leave Austin, coins ^last. at l.i and 10.45 P. M. going West, at A office. To all who subscribe before next January, for one year at the rcduoed Printed below, Hearth and Home wi„ Joeds of wood, on lubscription, as soon seriptlon to the end of this year free, JIS other pressing work will permit of its 80 ous character of the editorial maw, the reduced rates for 1870, Invariably which can digest anything, from a tenpenny nail to a mammoth cabbage b.mt (romtb.d.U ofth.lr nfc. that all such yearly subscriptions W'H.en^ ^wnxry lsf, 1871, Therefore those who subscribe earli* est will get the most for nothing* Our ouly terms hereafter are below Advance. Single Copies, 94 Three all at one time 9 Five 12 All over Five Copies at same rate. Slaking Hearth and Home, to a club B111 Family Weekly Newspaper in the world. The «.«.«. B, Regular trains on the Southern Minnesota Railroad now leave Ramsey Junction for Albert Lea every mor ning, and arrive at the MUMS place from Albert Lea every afternoon. A new passenger coach was put on the road a few days since, and passengers can *ow enjoy a comfortable ride to our neigh boring town on the lakes. It is the in tention of the company, we learn, to run their trains through to the depot in this plaee in a few days, using the Milwaukee an* St. Paul road from tho Junction down.r This is a good ar rangement and will prove a profitable one'for the eompany and very conve nient for the passengers and Shippers. PERSONAL.—We led the pleasure on Tuesday last of taking by the hand oar old friend anid Schoolmate, Papt. E. II. Kennedy./ Eb. aed ourself were school boys together, eighteen years ago, and hav^ blooded each others noses more than once and it is a pleasure to meet and talk over the hitter and sweets of boyhood days with one who baa par taken and. enjoyed them Kith ourself. Call again, Capt. wtateaJWays glad to se* jo% -i A CASE* of elur^aSe rheumatism of junusual severity, cured by "Jokniou'i Anod'j,ie Liniment" is noticed .by one ot onr exchanges. A.large bunch came out upon the brest of the. suffprer, and appeared like part theghreast bone. The sweetest wc in our language is' health. At the-fcrst indication of dis ease, use, well-known and approved remedies. For dyspepsia or indiges tion, use 41 %the interest of the Scholar's Hloy Laud So- ... (riet^. for the purpose of securing enb fiiets illnstrative of Bible Liator^. Mr ia a fow days. wish a nice stake, roast, or. anything in their line can be accommodated, and honorably dealt with try. them and be convinced, That Waxes. Mr. Li.. G. llasaloi'd lias just had man u&ctnrcd'to order one of the neatest and •••iKiest little, grocer wagon we ever saw. Hoy is one of -thoHo kind of dealers that ulways.want-to beahea*l,°of all others not only in having all kinds of. family groceries to sell cheap as any of his com petitors, but in having the gayest rig to deliver them to his customers, free yf,cJu»rgr, to any part of the city. Hut Roy, we do not wish to make you blush, nor even- flatter you or. have our readers think we are giving you a puff, but that is a nice wagon and splen did horse you drive about town now a-'hya.. Par ton'$ Purgative ^or coughs, colds, sore or lame stomach, us* ,*f76hnson'$ lind the Soeiety has had, and- he may tatedj could procure a mcdicinc so sure well feel proud of his, being .selected relieve them, as at present-. The for such an agreeable journey will be absent a year or more. 4twfy*e Linifrent.' TIIEBB never was a time when those are extremely nervous-- and debili- He *'U»try has been flooded with trash tailed Bitters, but Seward Sc Bently, iu the Constitution Bitters, have attained the pre-eminence, and to-day they atand as the greatest and most popular Bit tersf in the world, and used accord ing to directions, will he suro to invigo rate aud thereby steady the nervous and' debilitated sufferer. The Fml tee Meat Market. Mr. Joe McConnel! has takpn into part track ready for the cars on this side of nership Mr. Gregson, a practical butch the line and about six on the Iowa side, er and a good fellow generally, as Joe If such is the case we will have direct is himself. They are honorable busi ^ailroad comunication with Dubuque nesa mejvand|any of our Aivertisiag, Some people don't believe in adver tising—says an exchange—because they say nobody reads the papers." But, let them get involved in some scandal, and you will fiftd them flying around the newspaper officcs with the request, please don't mention that little affair, it's a mistake I dont want my name published all over the country. ANYBODY- and everybody if you want anything below Austin newspaper for 91.25 quotations, go to Austin & Riohardson'g TaensniNo MACIIINK BURNID UP. On Thursday last, says tho Leanier Couner, a therahing machine working on a farm of Jlr. Evan Jones, a few «ilM from town, caught fird from fric tion caused by quick running and burned up. Six or eight hundred dol lars worth of grain staeked close by was also burned. A valuable granery in the immediate vicinity of the firo wa® laved by vigorous work. OMI of the Salt Lake saints has for three of his wives a grandmother, mo ther, and daughter—in this way avoid ing the unpleasantness of a mother-in law. •AUUBI. In LeRoy, Nov. «, 1189, by the Bev. Walter BOM, Mr. HENRY II. PIERCE, 0f Iowa, DMUI- «M, Penn., to Mia* HANNAH LABKENS, •f LeBoy, Private «eheel. Rev. James Bentley, and wife, recen tlyfrom Saaday W eh eel Ceaveatlea. A fraternal invitation is hereby ex tended to all pastors, superintendents, teachers, and lovers of Sunday Schools, in Atntin and Mower Co., to meet with us in Couvention on the third and fourth dayi of Decemberndxt. We will cheerfully entertain, free of charge, all who come. W. L. SQUIBB Cor. Secry. Freeborn Ce^, Albert Lea. Nov. 8, 1869. REMEMBER, that Soule can and will sell groceries for less money than any er man in the businces. BUCK, mitts and gloves at 8o«de's for one third less money than any other store in Austin. No 1 Buck mitts only $1.60 per pair. LADIBS yon want a Black or Col ored Alapaca, Changeable Vbplin, or Plaid Mohab, go to Austin & Richard ion's. WALKER dteerge Fraacie Trafla. The Cincinnati Chron&Je'says Train tells more truths.in a lecture of two Austin & Richardson hours than peopla are in the habit of piles of new goods. bearing in a whole year, aud many truths that he only :re,tell. He is booked has a largo beautiful stock of Shawls* F°R For his second lecture this season in St.»nil kinds go to Walker's. Paul on next Saturday evening. Why not have Train deliver a lecture in Austin this season. Will not some ofour publie men make an effort in this direction. Those who hav« heard him agree tfcitin a lector* of two hours he gives more entertaiment than any other man living. 7 *—.. and are getting finest Dry Goods of If yoa want good goods,, and. felr deating gc Aldervon'l. WALKKR unJersoid. LADIES if you want the nice**lot of Dress Gio* BuUjon Fringes, Box Queiiir.g. k?.,. Jcc.. ?o to Aaiun RiehardiOii^. 100 DOZEN can fruits just received at Soule's of all kinds only 25 cts per can. or -5.50 per case of 2 Do*.., 2 lb cans. WALKER has the largest stock, of Shawls, Nubias and Scarfs ever brought to Austin. GENTS if"you wan^ a fine suit of Clothes, for a muiall amount* of money go to Austin & Richardson's. LAMBS wanting nice Drese Qoodi^ shoold oaUoa Deller A Ouns. -•, X. -r AIMAXP FOR Bfcautiftfl. Dress Goods and Clpakjngs, go readers who Don'r go to Mataon'e old atand to And Al deraon'a Variety Store, but go twe doora aouth of Anatin A wHl open, privateschool iry0u want Boot. aadSho^iU CWPKcgo intbe Lourt Koom, in this place, on to Alderson'aaaheiaeloaingoutatprieefthat Wednesday Deeember 1st, 1869. Pupils 0IM#t —1 new goods. of all grades will be received, this will offord an excellent opportunity for the AND SEE the large stock of Dry Oooda itMM flroceriea whieh Deller A Ouns are selling at large number 9t young persons in our small profit*, and then aay that you don't want ... to buy,goods of them. city, and vacjnity who should he in school, but whose education has hereto- fore been neglected. There are many far. either the Genuine or Imitation, ighboring towns who will glad- ^''uny Paper or Linen Linen or Paper in the neighboring towns who will glad ly avail themselves of the advantages of the school during the winter months. Mr. Bentley and wife are both teachers of large experience, and are prepared to give instruction in all the branches usually taught in high schools and «c cademiea. The prices of tuition will range from $1.50|to $2.00, per month, for English branches, Latin, Greek', Freeeh and Drawing extra. Wheat: Oats Ooia(old)j Barley Potatoes Butter. Eggs Hides, Drjv tftp. iKgfft Stpck and lowest prioMt at. Austin ARtohardson's^ os^ a Avlargf stMUk. Of dry goods, ready-made clothi^boota.a^ steoa, Ac., at Deller A Gua»*a. ceived at Austin & RichardaooIs». 8meut'a hardware (tore, atand formerly occupied hy N. P. Austin, on Main street. THE largest stock of Empress Cloths, Merinos and Alpaccas in Austin, at Walker's. The popular Bradley & Metcalf boots and shoes are for sale ONLY by Mr. J. Truesdell in this plaee.—""ign of the "Big Boot." 11 Aa Caiir AS T«B Cmuraar.—If yoa want to get tho beat Dry Goada, Qroceriea, Yankee Notions, Clothing, eto., go to the atore of Messrs. Deller A Guns and they are always ready to wait upon yoa. Wiu, the gentleman from Northern Iowa, eb* boaght of ua $175, Chamber Sett, please ealtand get the detaehed ornaments. HOPKINS A FEBF'* Dealer* in Furniture, Bedding, eto., Austin. Minnesota. DRY GOODS, Groceries, Clothing, hoots, shoes, hats, caps, Ac at prices to suit the times, may he found at Deller & Guns'* fail to pleaao, in order to make room for Oreeiu Sal ted 1 Sheep Pelts. Tallow Lumber, Com*. Flooring Sbinglee Lath Salt Wool per A.. N OTICE re- just wood WANTED IMMEDIATELY.—A chopper enquire of. LOEVFLER at No 1 Johmson's'store* BOO BAtllEU OF APPLES Junt received at Soules', choice varieties of winter fruit, and wc will sell the same for less money than canbe.obtained elsewhere in«tliis county. toWalk3r,s. Ir you want Japao Tra^Natural Leaf, go to AidrmaX WANTED! Immediately, a Paint er, at Hopkins & Fernald's, Dealers. in bedding. Apstin, Minn. £a»y«u.want a superior article of Green Tea go.to Aidirson's. LADIKS if you want the prettiest Print and the largest stock in town, to sclectfrom goto Austin & lliehardeon'a. A1.DEitMUX is closing nut Boots an dS boss end. Dry Ooeds very low for cash. LADIES if you want a. White Mar seille, Iron Grenadine, L$mQ,.. Shot, Poplin, Pckin cloth th-css, go to LF I AUSTIN &. HICIIARDBON'S. FOR Cheap Dry Goods of all' kinds, go to Walker's. JUST, received at Soule's 54} Dozen Catsup, pint Bottles, which .we will sell for $1.25 per Dozen- Usual retail price 25 e*nt« per bottle. BJ,1W1,U1W vjwi LADIESf, it you want a splendid Col-. *. either the Genuine or Imitatf uny, Paper or Linen Linen or Pa Culls, go to Austin & Richardson's. DOM'Vforget to call at Aldereon'e Variety Store, on JItin street, atand formerly occupied by N. P. Austin, ho has a well selected atoek of good*, of almost every deeeriptien, whieh he ia selling at very lew prieea. Moasa's tsaua Boor PILL.—Wo have lately been ahowa tho formula from .whish thooo Pills are prepared aad from this and our experience in the use of thorn, eaa honestly proaeucoe them a good safe aud reliable medicine. Be ing entirely froo from all poisonoua iagvedi cnts thoy eaa bo safely used while performing the aotive dutioa or life We would adviee all to use them and by a fair trial yoa eaa see at anee tho benefit derived from them. UK Morse's Indian Boot Pilla in all eaaoe of Bilili ouaneee, Headache, Female Irregularities, Liver Complaints, A Sold by all Dealers. vSaMaS. Tim Jjiv Kit.—Its office is to sepa rate impurities from the life curreut, the blood, and to secrete bile. How apparent the necemity for health's sake is the proper perforuinace of its. func tions. If diseased, it cannot purify the blood, which, if sent -o the lungs, brain and every part of the system, in a mor bid .condiiion, will produce jaundice, insanity, consumption, etc., otc and bv withholding tho stimulus from the -in testines, produces, dyspepsia, piles and many other disorders. Delicate fentale* and weak children ace iu:ule strong hy the use of the ^Constitution Bitters lh fact, they area family medicine tlicy can be given to the child of three months old, tho indisposed female, or a person of three score aud ten. Is NLMBIRI there is aarety, was upon this principle that the formula' of Judson'a Itoun tain llerb Pill* waa prepared. It waa net th* Ksult of one mau's- knowledge. Dr. Judeoi. intending to spend a fortu-e advortiaing hie pills eonauftcA the- most intelligent and learned physifciaano of the ago' and the reaal* production of a simple but medicine tho Jadaon'a Mouutain liorb PiiU t"? ®Hljoaaao»j- uiipepaia .Liver* Complaint, Ind'geeMo., fr^toritUa. CY hound not to be AUSTIN & 1IC«ARDSDN sell goods beSww Austin newspaper quotations. 1. FOR Flannels of all kinds* go to Walker's. BOW Won used many years bj au,leand thoaaaads of testimonials boa Mitnesa to their virtues, aa a family mediein* Umr arc aarlfated. tiive tho Moaataia Oerl Pills atrial. Sold by all Dealeee. vSuMsnS. Aaettsa •rfceC. Beported Weekly by Aram 4 BCHAUWS, •ueceeeote to N. P. AVRTIR, W bvlenle and Betail dealers, in Qeneral Merchandise, A us tin, Mian. Wheat, per bushel Flour, 100 lbs. Corn, bushel Oats, Barley, potatues(ncw)," Onions, Avsrix, Oct. t»U89. -t Bean*,. Butter, lb. Cheese, Beef, Kgg«, doa. Hay, ton Wood, cord Pork swt. Wool, lb. «5§70 300 7ft Zl' 85@10( tomn $2,50^2,76 20@25 141 16 Has removed to tho atore lately eoeupied by IraJouea on 159 Street, Ojfosiie tte W Offlce, And where you ean get fresh .aadjofcolee. dreMrtec, CROCKERY, WOODEN WARE GREEN and. DRIED FRUIT, ETC., ETC. —0 Also,, POWOER*. B.UQT.aod LEAD, CAPS, UUNS and PISTOLS, CARTRIDGES, WADS, Ae. O LoekiRepaired and Keys Fitted. Notice! All Accounts and Notes due us must be settled without, de lay and save costs. v2n3tf JOHNSON .Sc BRO. 11 SALE, a HOUSE AND LOT on Main street, pleaaantly situated near the. depot. For further partieulara inquire of the owner, on the presaiees. ANNA WHITNEY, 304w Lousing, Miaa. REMOVAL! a S 4M@MI0 $ll.00(ai1300 •"-'-IK 'LeSojr Barbel Reptetmt, Oek ending October 7,. Corru^vn^by W. 8. Porraa,. :s -30©3l 80 0@#0 »®C0 IS a U®1!5 7 ti A 8 J22 J5@30 4000000 8,5004.00 •It,75 35040. U) PAY OF AID S&TE COflt I hereby give noliee to all perseaa indebted tome, that unless payment ia awde oa «r bo fore the 16 of November, 1889, that all ooeh unsettled aocounta will be tnrncd over to aa attorney, with inatruetiona to oolleot the aame with.eoata. (2i»-w3). «EO. ALDBBSON. A G. LAWYER w» ft ll IT Whero he is now opening a splendid stock of Boots and Shoes, which he has just receiv ed from the eastern market,.and* which he intends to soll clieap. He extends a cordial'invitation to all his- old friends and custo mers to call ill and' see him at his new store, and, promising all, Good Goods at very Low Prices. Remember tha place. Jones' Brick Block, corner. Main and Mill streets, Austin. Austin, Minnesota, Nov. 5th, 1869. FALL GOODS dr. Austin, Sept. 10th, 1889. vSnSStf. MORTGAGE 8ALE. Whereas JJLL The East half of the 8outh*cast quarter of tho North-oast quarter of Sectioa Ntimber Foyr (4), Townsaip Number One Hundred and Two (IK), North of Range Eighteen (IS) Weit. And girrn to seeare the paymcnlrof the sam of Three Hundred Dollars, aceurding to the conditions of a certain promissory note exe euted by the said Joehua L. Davidson to (ho iiid Execntorc, bearing even dato with said mortgage, Ibr the turn of Xh^S Hundred I Dollars, payable on or »tfoie the Fif»h dey 9f August, A. D. 1869, vritb Intoreit at the rate of ^7 cent par annum, payable annu whieh said note ia now held the laid Oharles L. Kastoa. And Whereas^ then ta claimed to he due on taid mortgago. and is duo thereon at the date of thtanotieo, the whole aaoant of said principal debt, and the tntcrcat aesraiag ainaa. the date thereof, to-wit, the sum of Threo Hundred and Thirty-eight and My one hundredths dollara (tSIH.it.) And no pro. eeedings at laV baviag~b«eu commenced to eolleet tha same, nor aay part thereof: Now-therefore, noticeis hereby given, that by virtu* of the power of sale in said mortgage contained, and pursuant to the provisions of the statute in sneh eases made, the said .mort gage .«ill be foreclosed by sale of the said mortgaged promisee at jmMie vendue to tho. highest bidder, 011 the Twenty-aeventh day of Xorejnber. A. D. 1869, at tha ollee of Page A WhMef, In the village of Austin, Slower County, Minnesota, to satisfy the amount then due on said mortgage, together witfe aik eosta aad ezpeaaoe of ^reelosure aadi sala es^ allowed by law. Dated October fttb, 18.69. CHARLES Ir. EASTOU, Assigaoe. Pica A WnasLta, 1 Atty's fur Asiigiu^.J, v2--2fl-Tt Has just returned from New York and Ronton, and is now Motiving an im* mens stock of Boots ft Sloes, Leather, Hadligg, Sheesukers Tools, Bte. Which ho offers for sale at extremely low rates. He has purchased his goods direct from the manufacturers and can sell you CUSTOM MADE GOODS At the prices usually asked for shoddy. A full supply of Bradley dt Metealf Milwaukee, also the best Chioago made goods always on hand. CUSTOM WORK done to order in the best stylo. LDII! LB! LDNBES1 WILLIAM RICHARDS IS STILL SELLING AT THE Old Stami, leu the Depot, ALL KINDS OF LUMBER!! DOORS, SASH, BLINDS, MOULDINGS, CEILING PA PER, ETC. Whtehlie willeell as eheap aseaa bo bought ia Mttia. •'•••-pr-- All bills in town delivered free of charge. Austin, Sept. 16th 18G9. default haa bom made in the condi tions of a eerUun indenture of Mortgage made aad exeeuted on thoVifth day of August, A. O. 1868, by Joshua L. Davidson and H. At tilla Davidson, wife of tho aai* Joshua L. Davidson, to De Witt C. VTeet aad Harvoy Easton, aa ezeeetor* of the last will and tes tameat of William L. EAaton, doeeaaed, wh said Mortgago was duly reeorJcd ih tho ollee of the Knitter of Deeds in and for the Connty of Mower,, and Stats, of Mianeeota, oa tho seventeenth day of August, A. D. 1SSS, at oneo'ekelc ia the afternoon of said day, ia Book H" Mortgages, oa page four hun dred aad nicety-eight, and whieh said mort gage was,, on the vighth day of September, A. D. I860, assigned by the said De Witt O. West and llarvey Beet on, ezcoutore afore said, to hsrlea L. Sastoa, whieh aitigament was duly recorded' ia tho office of the Kcgiater of Deeds of said eeaaty, on tho fourth day of Oetohcr, A. D. 1869, at threo o'clock P. M., in Book of Mortgagee, on pages four hundred and one and four hundred and two said mortgage being npon tLe following de scribed Keal Estate, situated in the I'oanty'of Mower, and State of Minnesota, to-wit: LAKEL KEQ'IK and1 lyvcai s«intn Rallv af TOLEDO AND CLEVELAND The-(taiy li«a running, through trains between CHICAGO ANBfc BViEALOt Without Tranafer ot (.tssengers or. Bagjtge, Making this tha.- mast. Somfortable, Expedi tious and Only Diraet Route to CLEVELAND, ERIE.. MIX KIMS BUF XAJLO, AnLain pointaia. NEW T.CLE.&. A, N.B.W EAft LAlTD. All thopeihcipal Railways of tho North west and Soathwest CONNECT at CHICAGO Ki'Ji tho Voar Daily. Exprroa Traina, leaving Chieago at T.46 a. mv ll.10 a. m., 4.14 p. m. aad 9.0# p. m. Oa Day Express Traias betiteaa Chieago, To ledo, and Buffalo. 3.18P.X. TRADI ATTHS DAILY, And h'ai Palae* Sleeping Coaches attaeUad, RUNNING THRGVGH, TO. NEW YORK w»nocT cnaxfla^ Passengers for Detroit mi all points ia Canada, and. those for Ohio, Peaneylvania, New York and New England, shoald pur chase Tickets via LAKE SHORE and MICH• WAN SOUTHERN RAIL WA T, whieh an on sale at all principal Railway Ticket Offiees, and at the Company's OSee, Ho. A6 Clark Street, Chioago. F. E. MOB8E, Gcn'l West'n Pass. Ag*t, Chieago, IU. C. P. HATCH, Oen'l Sup't, Cleveland, O. NOTI©E.. All PGRTPBS indebted te. DIP. C. Berry, will take notfte that ha has- left all aocounta with John Athtrton.fasr calleetion, ia Austin. By-paying their aoeeuntevto him. and taking his rcceiptthrrefqre will* "be thasame as if paid tomtv. shall be-obliged to solicit of those indebted to .me, to make early payments as possible, The necessity af immediate pay ment is absolute. All persons wishing to eonsult Dr. Berry, by letter or otherwise, will ind him nt No 178 west Madison street, Chicago. All friends from Austin or Slower county, are respectfully solicited to call on Dr. Berry while in Chicago. They shall bo mado wel come. P, C. BERRY, M. D. October SI, 1869. n»-tf NOTICE. AH persons are hereby cautioned against trusting or harboring my eon, William Osborn, as I have given him hia time, and will not pav any debts of hia contracting after fhis date. Dated this 1st day oft Oetober A. D., 18S9. WELCOME OSBORN. 1869! J. TRUESDELL. charge. v2-a6-tf LEROY ADTERTI8EMENT8. L. K. F.1L BTJ1IIAX., LeRoy, Minnesota. Cloaks, OloaUsgs, AND. IWWMlEgS, All order* /or Mitlinny mud Cttmt ed wt*(A Promptntm *nd in Ord*n rtttiutd ortiebis tk* Ike LATEST STYLES. and promptly JUhd /er Lilies1 Firiiikiit Hit We are also agents for LEATlTTI SEWING MACUINE8 for LeRoy aad vieia ity, and having tried many, premr this ta al ethers. Call aadexamiae. ««.Wahava also for sale WORSTED 000DS of BEAUTIFUL WORKMANSHIP, PAT TERNS A MACHINE STITCHING. Sept. 23d, 1869. vSaStml. ABOPZ'S FURNITURE WARER0OMS LEROY, MINK, Having,completed my new building I am now in reeeij|t.of,.and will keep on hand a full siock of-selhcted Furniture. I buy from the most reliaUa ssSfrnfltcturers aad. ftoai flrst hands foe CASH,'aad will .sell oheaper (baa ever offfteedbefore in this ioetiOai." The pablie arm reqpeeted to Call and famine my stock whetliar they int.:*d pa*ehaaiwg or not. IiMonneetiCa witfiimy Cilnnet Ware ll offer for sale PURE MTBITE LEAD, ALL KINDS OF VARNISH i. ALL KINDS OP P4SI2TT8, GLA§3v CBTLL^BN'S CABS, TON A ftill fMoatpeat of TRtJNKS. Repairing in all branebea ne&tly executed. Caaa seated Chaira Reseated, 7tf .. JES8IE MARTZ. Piano For Sale. TEa Iastram«nt iaiagertSerord4r aadi war ranted to be Irat class saveB-octavo Ine rosewood furniture. PHeo, $30S.. Iatmivo at TRASK'S HOTEL, LeRoy, Mianoeota* n28—tf GREAT CENTRAL ROUTE! MICHIGAHCEHTRAL KAILE0AD Ikt only Ehatern liaa itrota Chicago haviag the ecelusive right to use 's Palace Can ON ITS PASSENGER TRAIN8 The Pulmaa Palaec Car Company, not satisfied with their already. Klegani Equip menter wiO, upon the.opeaitag of fij-.ring trafic, plaeoupoa^tKe-lhM, a Jigge number of New and X&gnlfioent Cars Surjiawing in olegaaca everything over before seca,in,tbia eouf try,. Tho Magasfioea Dxairiag Room Hotel Cars whieh have given such-univcrsal satisfaction, will eoatiauo to. run .Between Chieago and Rochetttr every rfoy. It is needless to call the attention of tho publio to tho maguificenoeof these cars* The thousands who have traveled, ia them,with'so much comfort ease will testify in.their favor. Don't confound the Pullman Palace Cars with these of any other line.! ^9*Sactaa votia TICKBTS VIA MICHMAK CSM TRAI.RAIt.aOAI. 11ENR C. WENTWORTH. LFROY ADVERTISEMENTS. OF READT MADE CL0THIvG, HATS, CAPS, AND TO S, CARPETS, 'LLIOOR OTI. CLOTHS, MATTINGS, REM NANTS OP PRINTS AND DELAINES BY THE LB. JUST BECHTB) BY AT TH abote goods tare been careftdly selected Is New PRICES. IN Oct. 20-Ha28 tf Iavagowtfsrtfce VALLEY CHIEF, *bteh is tka best aad* eal rwriI geod eoaa biaed Self-Rake Ra^er and Mower. It'took tha firatpremium at tha Miaassata State, Fair ia 1868, whoa eighteen competed. It did the heat work ia all kiada af grain. Tha platform ia aupported by aaatar wheela, eo that there ie no wheel heading down the grata as ia athor Saaehineo. Tho raise ia simple and arranged so that there is no daa-« ger of ita atrikingeither the driver ot, the hor- De sot buy uaiil yoa have SEEN. the. Valley. •Chiefs .... Ala»4l£a- i-, MAK8H HARVESTER^ 11 derirfag to purohaee one of them mat ap ply early, aa the anpply ia not egual to the df mead. I am alao agent for W. A. WOOD'S CEIFEBRATFD COMBINED REAPER FT MO WEB. It haereeeitad over TWOHUNDREpPiret Premiuma, both in AtaerAaaad Earapa. Alao IIOLLINOSWORTH'S STEEL TOOTHEDSULKYR^KEA. Aadtlm -.j. WOOSTJBR' THRESHING MACHINES, Gl L..HENDERSON'Agent. a7-4m- I^Roy, Jfiaa BOOT OaaaaAt. Passaaaaa Aaaar. & SHOE^EMPORIUM Jackson Tabor, Main. St.,. LeRoy, Minn. Keeps.eoartantly-eaJiand a large assortmen of Men's and Boy's Boots and Shoes of every description, Also one of the host atoeka of Ladies', Misses' aad 'CtflldVoaa'' Gaiters, Bal morals, Slippers, Ae^ ove* hseaakt te -Soath era Mianeeota. IMm EffiLT ROSE SEEQ POTATOES, FOR SALE BT JT. T. Williams, LeSoy. I have Ten Bushels of Early Rosa Seed Pa* tatoes, grown here, and which I am iaatraoted to eell at $10 por baehel, if applied far sooa. LeRoy, October 7th, 1888 v22(tf J. T. WILLIAMS. una tut um ni oorarr YOU SALS BT Page Wheeler, WmllREAL ESTATE, over First nat. bank, Anitin,' Minnesotsc CNIMPBOVED Nkfat Whfaa Ehfse S hi a a ShfnaAaasa Whfne Aeosw 8 hf a Asiwao S hfseAaasa E hfaa Whfwa Whfsw Nhfnw Nhf Whfaw Eafli aa 8 hfea Mhfsa Kara York and Boston markets, and manj of them have been bought at Auction, which we are selling at loss than NKWYOBK JOBBWO Below we give the pricss of a few articles Good all-wool Empress Cloth, 50 cts. per yd. French Meri nos, 80 cts. to $1.00): French Flannels, 60 «ts. Heavy aU wool Rep}*, at $l.t)0 to $1.25, tuually ftolAJtt $1.50 4.|i.75 peryud. EVERY ARTICLE OUR STORE WILL BE S02*D LOWER THAX BY ANY OTHER HOUSE Bf iT^gf STATE. CtaiE ANDSEB XTSL Wo KouBuiien W. A. CTEAMAK&CKV IMFKOVED TABM8v JIOR SALE.— Wwy 1S1 1« li| Good Hoass aad Ran, Eviag water aad tasty af Timber. Threo mil, 'tetfoa. 4S aerae hcokaa tiad tMpersaiaw F?. SALE.— •Si TOR J^8S 40 aaree FOR? .it, LEROY, MINN. Atteiitibrti Farmers, SALE—240 aenS)'0O acrsa improaod, T* aarea yaug timber, frame ACRES, PAB® WOOD LAND' IV on the 0»d*r Rlw} mil*sorth of Ana tin. OOD BU8INESS LOTS on Streets, and Reai4«i«e LotS in all I«rt» of town fir «taaamt baig^a. JDwelliog booiM fir IMJO and xealb Pi TAN Ti&KBNBOBGH, AUSTIN PR ICTETS WHEM OAT& Aa^AAlka: IKORTH TAREHOUBE IN LANSING. 26yl TJURH FOR 8ACB TI Tha 8aheeriha» efca ftr sale Ms fWrm -t- aitaated aheat^oaa haadiadrada from tha oaatar af tia TtDaga aC Aaatb^ aoaristiag af forty aereS of laad aader siesllswt eultivatioa. Good Baaao aad Bara, Fruit aad Ornamental tnoo ia ahwadaaefc Oae of tho eheapeet and most deeiraUe plaeee ia tho vicinity. Wilt be sold oa reasonable terms. Far farther par jtilalai a eaqaitaof Fage A.WhaeUrerthe sub wiita apaa-tha peamiee. -j| Priaa 1S1 with: goad irate^. Friee KSH 14 180 It faad lLx)R SALE— Autfa. AoC Aa»a^ Stable Timber m.Touagg,ai leeaa. mesy lnlnlli, Prire fWperr SALE— ia W.lrl.m M—m Otm—ru*. Oirea* haigaia^aalp $1S f: 'SALE—TlM-twst banuB i.t -rgaaalr.. A aplaadid improve I ,. Fiem of IBS eeree, good hoaos^ frnt fcy*J»e»^r of tMher.geod watar mOrn frosisaihsSMOO, BBtlT JACOBS. Aiaatia, Soft3341M*-' WORDS FOR OF WISDOM ToujroMRir, Paaaioa' ia ToWth a*d Early Oa tha' RaUag Paseioa ia Tm Maahood, wita SELF HELP'fbr tke erring aadaafbrtunate. Sent in sealed letter eaveW opee, free of eharge. AddM%-HOW ARD ASSOCIATION, Box P,PhiL, fk- My ILTILW AUKEE ST. PAUL AND, JXL MINNEAPOLIS RAILWAY.! SULI TBiDB EM W- VIA McGREGOR AND BULWAUKE E BAGOAO* IB CHACKVfi THESOUOE liltubt, CMcacs, lftw TRtBRtOD and -alt Eastern Points. Paseeagers eh'ang ears only at termiaal ppinte, tans eeo aria* seals in cleancoachee and a- F-ULX. NIGHTS REST, onnighttraina. WOOD D. C. SHEPARD,.Sap't. S. S. MaaattL, General Manager. A. V. H. ttRFMTta GEM Pass. Agoat. i\ SAWING DONE ON Short aotieeby AtJehasea'a Rsetaarant, Mdn St. vSnSStf,.