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To any person who will send us THREE NEW SUBSCRIBERS, we will furnish the Rural Heio Yorker for one year. FOUR NEW SUBSCRIBERS wo will furnish Godey'a Lady'a Book for one year. FIVE NEW SUBSCRIBERS we will furnish Harper*a Magazine for one year. SIX NEW SUBSCRIBERS we will furnish tho New York imfo pendent and St. Paul Weekly Preaa or Pioneer, for one year. SIGHT NEW SUBSCRIBERS we wdl furuiah either the Harper'a Magazine, Weekly or Bazar and tho To ledo Blade (P. V. Nisby's papor,) for one year. TEN NEW SUBSCRIBERS wo will furnish the Godey'n Lady,t Book, Harper's and Now York hide jKwirnt, for one year. In all eases the cash must accompa ny the names. Address, TRANSCIPT, AUSTIN, MINK. The Sews. CONIRESS.—This body has hardly ,got Into good working order, and prob ably will aot until after the Holidays. .Still a good day's work was done on Monday, and a great many bills intro duoed. In the^cnate a bill was repor ted from the Judiciary committee to perfrct the reconstruction of Georgia, .onder.Certain conditions, one of which the ratification of the XVth amend aneat. Various other bills were intro duced, including one by Mr. Corbett lor the funding of the national debt .after whieh Mr. Drake's bill, denosg -to the 8upreme Conrt authority to annul acts of Congress on tho ground of their unconstitutionality, was taken up and debated. In the House a large number of bills were introduced on various subjects, and referred. Mr. Butler, of Massachusetts, chairman of rthe Reconstruction committee, offeree bill for the admission of Virginia, to 'which Mr.' Paine, oi Wisconsin, pro posed a substitute, both, however, .agreeing that Virginia is entitled ^representation ia Congress. The bills •wore refered to tho Reconstruction 'committee, whieh meets 'to-day.—A .resolution was adopted endorsing the President's sentiments in opposition to a reciprocity treaty with Canada also, /to adjourn frees the 22d ON .dred acres of land. to the 5th of January. General Butler also pro posed an aet to deiuet the 5 per cent, income tax on all government bonds paid by the United States to holders The news of tho week is of but little interest. No great accidents, nor as toundmg disclosures in high-life, that ore read. Henee this short news ar icle the estate of IIole-in-the-Day we learn from the St. Cloud Journal that his effects amount to between 94.000 •and 95,000, including As TBI he left t'.ree \wives livi.ig, (besides two dead) one of itbem the white wife, now in Minneapo lis, whom he married at Willard'H, in \WashingtOQ, and as each one would be .entitled to one-third of his estate, it would seem to be a wafer of little diffi culty how to divide up tho property What a dilemma there would have jbcen had the other two wives live* tJbas requiring five-thirds to fill the. lull! Til* St. Cloud Journal tells of Justice of the peace, Bernard Murphy by name, who sought to avenge his judicial dignity by prosecuting a man Who struck him in the face with his gloved hand. After a -atient hearing tha jur, adjad^iul tluit the majesty of the jaw would be best vindicated verdict against the verdict, is said to by Justice—which have c«mt him $17.50 in current funds. The Justise seems to have got more justice than he wan ted, Sauk Rapids Sentinal says: The Little Falls people are at work in the r'mbt direction to suppress intem perance. They are all joining the Temperance Society, and pledging themselves to keep away from their town sa'oons. a In that way tno good people hope to starve out the proprie tors oi them, and get rid of what they deem great nuisance. ®KO% II. •Til, PiHM|«r.] VOL 2. cento Bt.Paal Correapoatleaee. ST. PAI'IJ, Dec. 11th, 1869 To the Traiueript'.—It is so long since I have attempted to write anything for publication, that I am fearful you have [one a very foolish thing in being in strumental in getting mo started onee more. You, of course in remember ancoof the days of auld lang syne, when we two with many thousands of others rallied in defence of the old flag, will overlook many short comings. But how will it be with your readers They will not look through eyes made more or las partial by those old time recollections, and the weekly letter you have aaked for, may, to them look weak-\y enough. But as the wish is principally your OTn, here's at it. ST. PAUL is just now laboring under aevere attaok of do-nothiignii: The heavy business of the season virtu al ty closed several weeks since, and it ia toeuearly for tho representations of the dear people" to put in their an nual appearance. Altogether, notwith standing the hard times, the low price of wheat and the general derangoment of business consequent thereon, tho sea son just closed has been one of unusual irosperity. Probably at no previous yeair in its history has St Paul made as many substantial improvements as during the present. And already, exterior arrange ments aro beiug made for the building operations of next year. As yet we have nad but very little cold weather, the thermometer having fallen below zero, while but 'a very small quantity of snow has fallen, not sufficient to make sleighing. On the 1st instant the usual annual 1st of De cember steamboat excursion came off with great eclat, those participating laving an unusually good time. In the line of amusements we have had the Protestant Orphan's Fair, which ended up with about 91,500 profit, a ecture by Mrs. Stauton, which was in teresting principally from the fac that the lady is one of the most lovable and motherly looking woman, and speech by THK Donnelly, on tho WINNXPEO REVOLUTION. This subject, from the intimate busi ness relations that country has hereto fore had with Minnesota, and St. Paul especially, has attracted a deep interest among our people, aud the announce ment that Mr. Donnelly was going to give his views as to the causes that led to the outbreak, and the position that ought to bo. taken by our Government with reference to the passage jof British troopo over UnitedtStates territory, with other matters connected therewith, drew a large and intelligent audicuce. It is unnecessary to gay that Mr. Don nelly handled his subject with intclli ence and ability and that altohugb IC on several occasions broached the. Fenian view of the case in its broadest sense, it was not at all unpalatable to the St. Paul stomachs .The fact is St- Paul, and Minnesota generally, would liked to have seen the half breeds of Winncpeg gone in to wiu as did our revolutionary aires. But I fear in this they will be dsiappointed and that the next news from the "seat of war," will be that the Winncpegianfl have taken water, and have once more bowed their necks to the yokes provided for them by their English oppressors. I should of oaid that Donnelly de livered his sjieeeh at the invitation: ol' the Chamber of Commerce. The -Ca nadian view of the question is to -be given before the same body in a short time by an intelligent and eloquent Canuct," and that it is proposed by the Chamber to follow with a diseuioion of the tariff question with Donnelly in defence of his Lite position in antago nism to the present tariff, and Gen. Ba ker, of St. Peter in opposition. In my next I will have a few words to say about this same tariff question which I believe will be of iuterest to your rea ders. Of course what r-aay'will be simply the say so of a private individ ual, and will not in any wa affect the' position of the TR'ANSCHIPT on this question. Nevertheless, I am in hopes that they will be such as to meet with your hearty endorsement. The TRANS CRIPT has such alive go-aliead, living look about it, is generally so prompt, so earnest and so true in its advocacy and defence of the best interests of the peo ple among whom it circulates, that I confidently expect it to be right on this subject, that is, as your correspondent lo-ks at it. But if we should differ, and you should see fit to editorially knock all my argument into pie why the readers of the TRANSCRIPT would be the gainers rather than loosen there by. Yours, W. •etter some twelve bun freai Calllerala. SANTA CI.ARA, CAMFORNTA, November 27th, 1869. Editor Tranteript:—Agreeable to my promise before leaving Ninnesota, for California, to write for the TRANS CRIPT, I now write you a few lines, to'let your readen know, of our safe arrival in the Golden land, and to give some items of information which may be of immediate benefit to those of Minne sota, who are contemplating an early move to California after which in future nuuibcn or your paper, I pro pose to give your readen an account of the trip from Austin to Santa Clara, noting the faee of the country, its soil, climate, productions, towns, mountains, rivers &c., in short every item that fell under my observation in which I think your readen may be interested. Having taken copious notes on tho rout, I hope to interest your readers, *ud give them some idea of tho great Pacific Railroad, the country through whieh it passes, and also a glimpse of Califor nia. For tho present, and for the benefit of those intending to move to Califor nia at onee, I would say, that I find the climate, soil and productions, of California fully up to my expecta tions. The San Jose, (pronounced San Osa) valley is perhaps the finest in the world. Here nature seems to have lav ished everything in profusion, that can makes land desireableto live in. The San Joee Valley is a level plain lUm A of land some 20 miles wide, and. 60 or with, perhape the exception of tho 920, more miles in length, and lies between 1000 one at Austin. tho coast range of mountains, and the range seperating the San Jose Valley, from the Valley of the San Jonqui. And. when I say a level plain, I mean land whioh as tar as you cau see up aud down the valley, and from the base is selling at 93.00 perton. of one mountain to the other, seems to be as level as a lake of water. The soil is deep and rich. The mountains on either side form continuous ranges, and rise to three thousand feet above the level of the valley these mountains abound in timber, which is sawed into lumber for the use of the towns and farms along perhaps, an^Ed^tor,^ some wherein our aL O 1 Aivii fifreafra an ffmuHPtKiniv i»ktlivh HVI! the San Joee Valley. Grisley Bean, and California Lions mako their homes in the mountains. The weather to-day is mild, clear and beautiful, as it has been since our arri val, fire is scarcely needed in our rooms, and we have only had frogt enough to dred inhabitants and is a pretty place body." And following upon that, we The Methodist Univereity of the Pa- have this little conumdrum which the cific is Lcated here, and the Catholics ladies will admire What is tho have the largest college hereto be found I difference between, an accepted and a on the Continent. So said This is a beautiful land, fruit and flowen, a land and splendid climate, but property is extremely high compared with prop erty near Austin, from 50 to 100 dol lan per aere is the price of land any where within seven miles of town. California is experiencing the tight est times financially, that the oldest Californian can remember. Let not Min ncsotians be too fast to come to Califor nia, it has a splendid climate, good soil, and fine fruits, but property is beyond the reach of ordinary farmers in Min nesota, and the man that comes to Cal ifornia without means will find hard times and great difficulty in finding work of any kind to do to pay expenses, Flour 93.00 per hundred in gold,beef snd pork 12}e, potatoes 75c, tea cheap er than in Austin by 50 per cent. Of fruits we can get all we want for pick ing Up, but if you buy at the fruit store will cost nearly as much ss in Austin Emmettsburg is the county seat of| Palo Alto County, Iowa, and is very pleasantly situated at the foot or south end of Medium Lake, one mile east of 1 the Des. Moines River. This Lake is from one to three miles wide and eight miles long, and on the east shore is fringed with a nice belt of youug tim ber. We have a good Trick court' A- SA •. I rejected lover One kisses his miss. and the other misses his kiss." Which is good, but witness a French author in his latent novel saying The' count ess fell back in a deadly swoon. When a land of I of health S. R. Gun«. Letter Inm lows. EMMETTSBUUO, IOWA, Dec. 9th 1869. Editor Trnnxrnpt.—Ihinking that perhaps a few lines from the Prairie I Wilderness" would be of interest to your readers, and to make good a prom-! ise long since made ,Jto "write up" the I new conntry, I present the following: and dry good stores a drug Store a blaeksnitb shop a saw mill one fldur ing mill, which the owncn expect to have in operation next spring £two law yen two land agents but we havO no Doctor, which I suppose is accounted for from the fact that the country is] healthy. There is sn excellent chance for a Hotel, the want of whieh is very mueh felt, also, wo need a shoe store and a hardware store, neither of which can be got at nearer than Fort Dodge, fifty miles distant. The land is mostly homesteaded yet there is plenty to bo bought cheap, with some improvements. acre what there is,'bordors on the river, and yields from 100 to 500. cords to the aere. route. It is said that an agent of the Qttns'^ Company has purchased in and about EmnietUbnrg large tracts of land, I TlIE which denotes to the mind that Em- N FOB The prairie soil is of a black loom, I quotations, go to Austin & Richardson's from one*to five feet deep, and very rich. The yield of oats last season, wss WALKER has the largest stock about fifty bushels per soro. ranging from twentv to fifty dollars per 1 Timber land is rather scarce, priOes Most of the old settlers have now large farms opened, and several keep from twenty-five to one hundred and fifty head of cattle, besides horses and mules. A blooded oow sells from $40 to 850 The market is good, groceries are full as cheap here as in Austin. Butter 25@30c, cheese 25e ZH'ZHLtX: I'LTTT. "rfall desirous of .homo, I mj, com. The school laws are excellent, taxing I Railroards and speculators lands for school purposes. I think I can safely ••WITH MALICE TOWARD NONE, WITH We have had a wet season, and there is hardlv hay enough for the winter. Wheat io worth75e Corn 50o Oats 30o Flour, 93-75 per 100 lb Pota toes 50 to 75c and rather scarce. Hay Yours H. C. Thts,Th«t aad IkotNhor. Undor this head conies many little quaiut sayings of old heads" and young heads," some things of a se rious nature, while in others.. there is an ooousional cause for merriment: as own State, in describing a church, saya: No velvet cushions in our pews we dont go for style. The fattest person has the softest seat, and Ukes it out with him'at the close of the services" And then we are asked the question kill the vines. A little ice formed at the any love at first sighta question only snout "of our pumpjbrp nkjkt* a©), ajftdl snswered by tho feminiaes In f«g»r4 a gentleman remarked to me to-4ay I to advertising,—a questien for the con that ii the coldesthad «eeo it I sideratkm of good business men whether in twoyears. This is winter yet thelitis not profitable to advertise in these trees are all green, Rose bushes in full 1 hard times—conies this specimen, adopt bloom, and flowen of other kinds un-1 ed by a landlord in Arkansas: And folding their leaves as in soring in 31 in Joseph wept aloud, and he said unto uesots. Apple and pear trees are still his brethern: I am Joseph doth loaded with fruit, ata hundreds of bush-1 father yet live .And his brctherti els of pears4 and apples are rotting on answered bin: You bet. tho old man the gronnd. Grapes still hang on the is doing bully, for he.board* at the Cos vines, the most delicious I ever saw. I mopolitan: If love is blind, bow can there be a There are some of the most splendid I another paper the good advice to, boys, grounds and residences here, that per- which is noteworthy: "The richest haps can be fdund in any land, costing I boy in America is- one who is good from 100 to 150 thousand dollan. I hearted, honest, intelligent, ambitious San Jose is a fine city containing snd willing to do right. The richest twelve thousand people, and is said to boy is one who hss pluck to fight out have the finest Court House in the his destiny aud future. He is the one U_ g. who has the manhood to do right and 8anta Clara has about twelve hun- After whieh we read in be honest, and is striving to bo some- she recovered, her spirit had fled. How muchly disappointed the poor creature must have been. But we arc commended to the fact that a country paper advertises for an honest boy to make a devil of," which to sty the least, is an unusu:tl recommendation for devil. But notice thj invitation of tho father to his bov Charley to get up its the early bird that catchcs the worm and note the answer made by -lir.pcfulf when he said I know sir, but I've had the worms, and I dont want them any more, you know." And now Rent is tollerably low, provisions 25 I suppose we change our tactics and fancy per cent higher than with you, count-1 a groupe of medical students counting ing the difference in gold aud green backs. the pulse of a patient fourteen miles awny,yet that was what was done short time since, when Dr. Uphaai, of Salem, exhibited to his class the pulsa tions of patients in the Boston Hospi tal, fourteen miles off. A telegraph wire on the pulse received tbe pulsa tions and recordea them in the distant lecture-room by the oscillations of ray of magnectic light. LOCAL NOTICES. WALKER the finest Dry Goods all kinds go to Walker's. WALKER is unJersold. houso two school houses two groceries below Austin newspaper quotations. FOR MORTGAGE bound not to be AUSTIN & RICHARDSON sell goods Flannels of all kinds go to Walker's. FOR Cheap pry Goods of a kinds, go to Walker's. ALWAYS the largest stock and lowest prices at Austin & Richardson's. FOR Beautiful Dress Goods and Cloakings, go to Walker's. ANYBPDT and everybody if you want anything below Austin newspaper I Shawls, Nubi'lS ever brought WEIL Dated lias a largo. beautiful stock of Shawls. Austin & Richardson piles of new goods. DM. 1st, 1869. and are gcttin Scsrfs to GENTS if you want a fin* suit, of Clothes, for a small amount of money goto Austin & Richardson's. with MM Cvoisd. New Goods! New Goods! just re ceived at Austin & Richardson's, WANTED! Immediately, a Paint er at Hopkins & Fernald's, Dealers in Carpenter's work is plenty and wages I Furniture, Bedding, Ac., Austin, Minn, hold at $2.50 per day. I The McGregor and Pioux city Rail- LadIKS road have located their line to this Print and the largest stock in town to place, and have commenced grading and select from go to Austin & Richardson's. expect to have the cars running to this place by the first of August. The Com- DRY GOODS, Groceries, Clothing, boots, pany have contracted for 600 tons of Lhoes, hats, caps, &c at prices to suit hay for aw of to.™ work on the if you want the prettiest t| largest stock of Empress ir metsburg will be tho point where tbo I ^loths, Merinos and Alpaccas machine shops, round house, &e will be in Austin, at Walker's. located. I 1 It is expeetcd that the Dubuque and The popular Bradley & Mctcalf boots Mankato Railroad will form a junction Lnj LH» the north. The ears now run to Fort •®'8 Boot. 11 if this way. The county will settle rapid- oreu ^lapaca, Changeable Poplin, or |y next season. The prairie is already Plaid Mohair, go to Austin & Richard dotted here and there, with neat farm houses, with groves of cotten wood,! luutbardy, popler, silver maplo, &e, &c, trees that have been set out by our en terprising fanners. sons. say, that we have-better school houses, I vliieh may be had at low rates for cash and a greater number, than Mower Co.f December 1,1869. 34 tf JAMES TRUESDELL has this day received afresh supply of Buffalo Shoes—Arties—Wool Lined Boots felt and other goods, and a full line of all other desirable goods. All of JCHARITY SALE. WHEREAS defaalt has been wade in the eonditions of a eertain indenture of mortgage, made and executed on the fifth day of Aqgusf, A. D., 1868, by Joshua L. Davidson aud 11. AttiUa David son, wife of tho said Joshua Davidson, to Da Witt C. and liarfry. Easton, as exee- ntors of the last will.anJ tustameat of .William Eustuu, dcceascd, which said mortgage was duly rceordud in the cilice, of the Register of Deeds, in and for tbc cuunty of Mower, and State of Minnesota, on the seventeenth day of August, A. D, 1868, at one o'eloek in the afternoon, of said day, in Book H" of mort gages, on pnge four hundred and ninety-eight, (498) and whieb said mortgage Was on the eighth day of September, A. D., I860, assigned by the aaid De Witt C. West and Harvey Baa ton, exMsitora aforesaid, to Cliarlw L. Easton, whioh assignment was dnly reeerded in tha ofiee of the Rogistor of Deeds,'of said county, on the fourth day of October, A. D., 1860, at tkreo o'eloek, in the afternoon, ia Book "K" of mortgages, on pages four hundred and one (401) and four hundred and tWo, (402) i»id mortgage being upon the following described Real Katate, situated ia tha eounty ef Mower, and State of Minnesota, to wit: The East half of tho Soath East qaarter of the North East quarter,, ef Section number four (4), Township number OM Hiiadred and two (109), North of Rantfe ^gkteen (18), WCSt. .. And given to aeeara uw the aam of three hundred dollan, eeeording to .the con ditions Of a eertain' promisory note, executed by the aaid Joahua L. Davidaon to the'aaid ex ecutors, bearing even date with aaid mortgage, for tho sum af three hundred dollar*, payable on or before the fifth day of August, A. D., 1869, with interval at tho rate of tea per cent. er annum, payable annnally, which aaid note snow held by the aaid Charlea L..Eaaton. And whereaa.there it claimed to be due on aaid mortgage, and ia due thereon at thedateof this notiee, the whole amount of aaid principal debt, and the intereat accruing since tbe date thereof, to wit the anm of Three Hundred. __ __ ___ and forty four and fifty one handredtba Dollars ($344.50)and no proceedings at law having been com tucnecd |o collect the said aum nor any part thereof. Now therefore notiee ia hereby given that by virtue of the power of aale in mortgage contained and purauant to the pro-1 visions of the atatutes in such cases made, thai said mortgage will be foreclosed by aale of the said mortgaged premises at publie vendue to the highest bidder on Friday, the 14th day of Janu ary A. D. 1870 at theoffice of Page A Wheeler in the village of Austin Mower County Minne sota, at one o'eloek P. M., of said day, to sat isfy the amount then doe on aaid mortgage, together with all coataaad expenaes of fore-1 closure anil sale as allowed by ww. CHARLES L. EASTON, Aasigneo. PAOB WHICH.KB, Attorney's for Assignee 34-7t MORTGAGEofmade SALE.—Whereas de- o'clock r. k., of said day, in book -1" of by md described in ®^d mortgage was given to secure the pay-1 ment of the aum of one hundred aud aeventy-1 1 Sve doliara, with intereat, according to the nOS, Now, therefore, notiee ia hereby given-,. that by virtue of a power of aale in aaid mortgage contained, and pursuant to the statute in such eases made and provided,, the said raort-r gage will be foreclosed by sale of the said mortgaged premises.at pablic vendue to tho highest bidder, to.-satisiy ike' amount' that may'be due at the time of said si\le, on aaid note and mortgage, and also the sum of twen ty-five tollers, attorney's fees, by the terms ef I said mortgage, due from the mortgagor in ease of foreclosure,' together with all costs and ex penses of foreclosure aa allowed by law. Said sale will be made at Ike office of Page 4 Wheeler, in the village of Austin, Mow County, Minnesota, on the eighth day of January, A. D., 1870, at 2 o'olook P. M. Dated November 23d, 1869. C. H. M6CQRMICK, Assignee. PAGE A WHEELEU, Atty's for Assignee.} rJ-33-7t Probate Notiee. STY TATE OF MINNESOTA, COUN- OP MOWER—IN PROBATE COURT, Special Term. Ia the matter of the Guardian ship ol Hirniii Koebricktfiid Robert Kocbriek, minor hcin of-J'. Adam Kocbriek, deeeascd. Say, Austin, fllAKEN .. ar0 Oa reading and filing the petition of Amelia., Ann Koebriek Guaidian of said minors, i*P-| _! P".. reseating, among other things, that they tne raid wards, are celicd of eertain real estate in Mower bounty, Minnesota, and that it ianeeea sary that the aamehould be aold, and praying for lioettae to sell tbe same: and it appearing to the Court, from said petition, that it may be necessary for the education and support of said minora,1 that a license be granted to the said Uuardiaa to Sell said real estate It is ordered and diieoted thatJhe.next of-kin to aaid wards and all peraona interested in said estate, ap- ear before the Judge of ttsla Court, on Mon the 3d day of January, A. D., 1.870, at ten o'clock A. M„ at the Court Uouae in Austin, ia aaid County then and there to ahow cause, (if any there shall be) why lieenac should-not lie gtanted for the-eale of said real estate^ accord ing to tho prarer of mid pelitioa. And it is further ordered, that a copy of thia order ahall be published for four aueceasive weeks prior to said day ef hearing, the last of which publicationa shall ho at least foarteen days before the said day. of hearing, in the Montr C«HH(y Tranteript, it weekly newspaper printed at Austin in said County, By tbe Court, C. HARDY, Probate Judge of Mowec Co., Minn. Dated, Austin, the ltd day of November, A. D., 1860. 33 4w UP.—Came into the en- 1. closuro of the subscriber, at Rose Creek Statiou, on or about the 7th day of November, I860, a light Red Cow, about eight years of age. No particular m*rk«. The owner ia requested to call, prove prop erty, pay charges and take her away. GEO. SUTTON. Dated Nor. 29th, 1860. 3w34 WORDS fou„d .t Dolk, & OF WISDOM FOR TOVNO MEN, On the: Ruling Passion in Yonth and Early Manhood, with SElF HELP for the erring and unfortunate. Sent in aealed letter envel opes, free of charge. Address, HOWARD ASSOCIATION, Box P, Phil., Pa. 6 ly rpilASK'S for SAL0 ONI.Y by Mr. HOTEL, J. F, TRA&K, Proprietor, LKROV, MINNESOTA. Refitted, Refurnished and good^Livery. Beard by the day or week. irSaXyl P. VAN YALKKNBURGH, Will pay A S I N I O E S ron WHEAT, OAm Ac., At the NORTH WAREHOUSE, in Lansing, Minn., 26-ly XT ASON 4 EDES—Dealers in Up 1" holsterctl and Contmon Furniture. Main St., trtlfoya Miaa. lOtf FOR ALL."—Lincoln. AUSTIN, MOWER COUNTY, MINN., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 16,1869. NO 36. OF Dry READY MADE CLOTHING, I IIA.TS« CAPS) AND FUIlSj NNTTFRCI WTAAN ATT aaid CARPETS, FLOOR OIL CLOTHS, MATTINGS, REM NANTS OF PRINTS AND DELAINES BY THE LB. fault has been in the conditions of a certain indentara mortgage made and ex-1 ecuted on the fourteenth day of June, A. D., 1866, by Francis Neller and Margareta Nellcr, wife of the «aid Franeia Neller, to Dennis Coch lin, wljioU said mortgage was .duly recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds in. and for the county cif Mower, and State of Miuneso'a, on the fifteenth day of June, A. D.t 1800, at I leven o'clock in tbe forenoon,.of said day, in book "U" of mortgages, on page thirty, (30) and which said mortgage was nn the third day of September, A. D., 1S67, for a valuable eon sidoration, assigned by the aid Denni* Coch- I lin to C.\H. McCormick, which assignment 1 was duly recorded in the olBce of the Register! J- llO ftDOVC gOOQS Xl&V been eonditiona of a certt.ia promissory note made I •En _i rrv TT„„„«r „ll mid executed by the mid Fnuwis Neller to said Dennis Cochlin bcuring even date with said .mortgage, and payable on^ first day of January, A. D., 1867, with interest I USUally Sold And whereas there is claimed to bo due on said note and mortgage, and if duo thereon at tha date of this notice, the.aum of one hundred and seventy-aeven and 85-100 doliara, ($177.85) And no proceedings at law having been com menced to collcct said aum, nor any part thereof: JUSf BECEIVED BY AT LE ROY AND ADAMS. selected in New York I and Boston markets, and many of them have been bought at said mortgage ar» situated in the county ot |^uction, which We are Selling Mower anil State of Minnesota, and arc as I ., -ir follows, to wit: at less than The South Eaat Quarter of Section Number pRlrPS lfolnw rivA flin fifteen, (15) ia Townahip One Hundred and I P, Four, (104) North of Range Eighteen, (18) West, containing one hundred and aixty acrea, 14 i-ni xi. moreoricsa. Good all-wool Empress Cloth NEW YORK JOBBING pricSS of a few articles I gQ tg. per yd. ', French Meri- 80 ctS to ^l.UO" flannels, W00J oi I Repp8 French OU CtS.J MeaVV all- at $1.00 to before the is Ai Ai |1.25 at at the rate of ten per eent. per annum, until I W1?RV ADTTfTl? paid, and which endnote is now owned and P!^yar(1- Alt! Li& held by the said C. H. McCormick. IN COLEMAN & Co. Oct. 20—n28 tf A E S O E S and .. •.- lictiiu Soitkeri liilvt TOLEDO AND ^CLEVELAND Tho only lino running through trains between CHICAGO AND BUFFALO, Without Transfer of PiMwagara or Raggage, Making this tbo most Comfortable, Expedi tious and Only Direct Route to CLEVELAND, BRIE, DUNKIRK, BUF FALO, And all pointi ia NEW YORK NEW ENOLAN.D ^^.All the principal Railways of theNortk^ west and Southwest CONNECTtit CHIOA OO Kith the Fonr Dally Expires Trains, leaviag Chicago at 7.40 a. m., tl.30 5.15 p. On Day Express Trains between Chicago, To ledo, and Buffalo. 3.12. P. M. TRAIN RU*8 DAILY, And has Palae* Sleeping Coaehca attached, RUNNING THROUGH TO NEW YORK WITHOUT CSASAA. Paasengers for Detroit' and all points in Canada, and those for Ohio, Pennayivania, New York and New England, ehould pur chaae TickeU via LAKE SHORE and MICH IGAN SOUTHERN RAILWAY, which are on aale at all prineipal Railway Ticket Officea, and at the Company'a OfBoc, Ho. 56 Clark Street, Chicago. F. E. MORSE, Gcnl West's laas. Ag't, Chicago, is'1 C.F. HATCH, GOB'I Sup't,. Cleveland, O. 01TY BAKERY. J. H. McCLENTIC. Wishes te inform the public that at his kery on Mill Street may be foand everything that ia uaually kept in a fiast elaaa Bakery. He manufactures and keepa constantly on hand a general assortment of plain candies. Fann ers and others will'find this a desirable plaee to obtain a lunch as he intends^o pay .particular attention to this hsaaeh of business. MlU Street, Amtin, Minn. WOOD SAWING. QODFRV LOEFFLEB, WOOD SAWER, Would respeetfally inform the eiti sens of Aastia, that he is prepared to saw and split wood, in amall or large quantities all orders left with him, or at Nela John eon's, third daar north of the Pott Office, will meet with immediate attention. Mtf Early Rose Potato For Sal© in Austin. •r. F. A. Riohardsoa bf the Arm of An# tin A Richardson, corner of Maias and* Mill street has a few bushels of tha genuine early roae potatoea for sale. Farmers and Gardners who wish to raise a potato that yields the most, matures the earliest and is the best table pota toe that ia grown, will call early on Mir. R., before they are all gone. Aastia Mian., Nov, 4th 1860. 7A ACRES, PART WOOD LAND, III oa the Cedar Rivwi mils sertli of Aas tin. HO WITH THE CROWD! jr ns $1.50 to ^l .TO OUR STORE WI UaJ BE SOLD LOWER THAN BY ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE STATE. COME AND SEE US, WE MEAN BUSINESS W. A. N.P.AUSTIN4RICHARDS0N AUSTIN,KINK, are now receiving largo Stack of Oeods, di eet from New York, and are POSITIVELY Selling Gooda Cheaper than at any time since the eloae qfthe War. They are al#6 receiving a juaiga stew of TEAS and KUQAB8 bought of Mew York Importer* M1Jobbers,aud MERCHANT TAILOR AMD-DEALER IN E A A E CLOTHING! Cloths, Doeskins, A. G. LAWYER Has removed to the stora listely eoeupied Ira Jones on Street, OnsiteftePtftOllce And where you eanget fresh and ehoiee. PROVISIONS CEOCKEKY, WOODENWARE, QKEEN and DRIED F&VIT, BTC., BIC. -a --j.-.' Also, POWDER, SHOT sad LEAD, qAPittUNS aa4 TORY! are GIVING Greater Bttrptlna tUtt «*«r. Were all bought daring the raoent panic in New CASH, and be does aot intewd to be York FOR •adenoid. CToo4s If others giva AWAY Goeda,tliex w|ll alwaya be ready to follow their generoua example ia doing the publie good. They wil! not quota prioee,b«t guarantees te «ell GOODS. Aa tow aathe aame can be bought ia Minnesota. SOtf DUNKLEMAN, Vesting, and all kinds of TAILORS TRIMMINGS, A TS CAPS, and SEWS FURNISHING GOODS. 52s4tf Mill Street, Atutiii, Minn. P^TOLS, CARTRIDGES, WADS, Ac. *o— Locks Repaired and Ksyt Pitted. AND PISTOLS REPAIR W ED PROMPTLY and satisfac torily at ABTZ^S LAWYER'8. Austin, Sept. 16th, ISM. vSnSStfc 2 }!.,• FURNITURE WARER00MS MINN., Having e^mpleted my new building I am aow in reeeipt of, aad will koop on head a fall stock of selected Faiaitare. I hay feta the most reliable maanfcetursrs aad' from lint hands for CA8H, and will sell'cheaper than ever offered befon ia this seetioa. Tho pablic are requested to sail aad examiae my stock whether they int»ad parojhaatager aei. In oonaoetiea with n^r Cabinet Ware I offer for aale PURE WHITE LEAD, AIJU KINDS OF VARNISH, ALL KINDS OF PAINTS, GLASS, CHILDREN'S CABS, Ac. A full assortment of TRUNK8. Repairing in all branches neatly executed. Cane seated Chaira Reaeated. ftf JESSIE MARTZ. BOOT & SH0EEMP0RIUM. Jackson Tabor, Main St., LeRoy, Minn, Keeps eoartantly ea band a large assortmea of Sfea's and Boy's Roots and 8hocs of every description, Also one of the best atocka of Ladies', Misses' and Childrena' Gaitera, Bal morals, Slippera, Ac., aver brouaht to South ern Minneeota. 10-6m ALL O. K. The old O. K. Barber ia now in the town of Austin and will remain with you. Ha is raady to do work in hia line of buaineea. Hair I)r«mug, Hair Dyeing^ Shaving and, Hair (Jutting that can't help but satiety all who call o« kin for work. He will 1* the stoa of •"O.K.,"aa Mill8t, 1. PAINE. Mtf inroA [TEBXR-M PBB AUSTIN PUMP MANUFAC. A NEW IMPROVED PUMP! A Great Improvement over the Waupun or any other Manu factured in the West. This pump la Warranted to bring tbe water to the spout, from below freesiag poiat, at ONE STROKE, whieh It takes any other from three to and which saves 1W» per cent, on tho wear of the Pump. It is made of tho best hard maple and Warranted the top ia also waraatei aot to barst by frost ia wiater. MATERIAL AND WORKMAN SHIP OF THE BEST1 We are also manufaeturiag a auperior FORCE PUMP, aaitaUa la. nay amirgaasy la extlagwiskiaglra. Thispwasa wfll tertstka topofa^WMisfla tSsS^f. Call and examine thaas fa yofsetarssaai leave year orders. /ar Att orders hy SMIIprmaptly Bank attsadsd ISAAC WESTOYEB. North-east Cesser ef Public Square* Aastfa, vJaltf Johnson Bro. HAVE REMOVED T° he Dw Intltf bthttaal When they can ahow thrirfleedsto better ad vantage than before, and will sell at VWIY LOW PRICES. Wheat being very low ia price, they know the Farmers aad eommuuity at. la Dry Goods at Rodaeed Prices, which Johnson Sro. intend to do and as theyeaa bay goods at lower prices NOW than thirty days ago, they a afford to SELL LOWER. Thaakful for past patronage, they hope to merit a eontinuatioa of the same. They IWTS a large stock of Boots awl Shoes Aad „. v. Clothing, Wkid iter wm cm mt stoat Mtf JOHNSON BRO. L.M. X.X. BVBVHAM, LeRoy, Minnesota. MILLINERY, OlMkfe, AND Att ardera for Milliner]/ mmd Cloak •Makiam emeeutad with Promptneea and ia tie LATEST STYLES. Ordtre receirtd mmd promptly filed for maf article in the Lilies' Finltkiii Lis We are also agents for LEAVITT'S SEWING MACHINES for LeRoy and viaia ity, aad kaving tried many, prefer this to all otkers. Call aad azassiaa. ^Wehave also for sale WORSTED GOODS of BEAUTIFUL WORKMANSHIP, PAIS TFKN8 A MACHINE STITCHINO. 8epk 2Sd, 1860. vSaMsat. P. VAN VALKENBURGH, WAREHOUSE NO. 9. MEAR DEPOT, AOSTDI, HRXESOTi, Keepa tonatantly oa haad COAL CEMENT, STUCCO, and Which he will sell cheaper than ^evec offered in this marked. EARLY ROSE SEED FOTIM FOR SALE BY 1. T. WittlMMp MBLtj. I have Ten Buahels «f Early Rose Seed Po tatoes, grown here, aad whieh I am iastructed to aeil at $10 per baehel, if applied for sooa. LeRoy, October 7th, 1868. v»6tf J. T. WILLIAMS* Piano For Sale. 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GOAD STABLING ATTACHED, vlalyi, M~tbiat i|M Gold Watek, or a KatttingMaekiae, tetbar days light, hoaorable aad agreeable werk, in her owa town. And E E O N A Or oM asaa, tf smarf, eaa get a Forty Dollar. $10ADAY,«ASH! Ta eiiher maa or woauua. No capital required. Nat oae eeat to he iaveeted. A suia thing, and no risk whatever. One ar two ehaaeee ia each towa, aeeordiag to sisa. Bead for particulate at oaee, aad twa good refererces. Address 34tf STODDARD A PARKHUST, Chieaga. T7VARM FOR SALE! TMfabacriber a»rafsrsala hlaftm aboatWhuadred rade ft«m tha aMte^ of the vQkga of Aastia^ ooMistiag ef forty aens oflawlander aseelleat eaRieat|ae. Good Ranee and Bara,FMt aad Ornameatal tiaesia^aadNBa^ Oaa«( the eheapeataad ateet destraUs plaws |a tha viaiaity. Willha loMea NasoaaVa totpk for A«rtk«par. ti«atere enqalra of faga A Wheel*' or the lib. »ori her wpea tha ptvmics. HENRY JACOBS, Anetla, Sept. Md, I860. GOODBUSINESS ixyrs oa best Streets, and ResidenceLotsiaall ports of town for sale at'a great harfsia. Dwelling houses for aale aad rentbv PAGE & WHEELER P0RBITT 4 ALLEN—Dealers Heavy A Shelf Hardwam. a*^. traet, 4 Broadway, LeRoy, 10tf