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Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard (Newspaper) - July 28, 1870, Albert Lea, Minnesota ALnCRT Ll'.A, 28, 1870. (J. 1'arKcr, Kdllor, RKI'UHLKMN NOM1NATIONATIONH. For Member of Hongrc-n, District. MAUK II. mJNNJOIi._____ (loiiUias dropped n little from tho prieo reached hat week. It in now IhmUloii of Into Enroni'tin Wars It may he of intercut to our rendera, jtint at thin tinto, to know Honiotiiing of tlio duration ol' tliu Into European wara j wo therefore give n brief history ol'it low: Tho Crimean war of 1853, in which Turkey, Franco, nnd woro pitted quins' iliifhia, nioiitliH. Aetivu hostilities Continued but 10 wcoks in of quoted in Now York at 12H, (con Sciileswla-Uolalein war of ISO-l that country mcr- ,tfl have gone to New York in numbers to buy tin ir fall stock of ns it isautieipatod that there will bo a material in goods of all kinds, nhould the European war continue lonjj. f N an nrtielo on tho war in Europe, nud its effect an tho price of bread- Btufln in thin country, the New York World nay a! AsrcjjnriN Iho probable fiiluro of Iho breadstuff tiwvkoMho iijuiilon U that, If llu.iiiln reiimlnu nciitrnl, llioic will bo no nnloldc ndvnnco. The stook of wheat now on bund lj thii'otlmw nt at tltu i-aniu time UtM year, nnd tho now crop two liuvInK n pov.crhil U-ndi-ncy to prtM-nt an A t >t .1 I vntl advance. If becomes Involved, lhl BOOTS SHOES, A. Is tho plnco to buy your goods. AMIKX, July M, 1870. WOWN LOT FOU 8ALK.-A lot of Clnrk JL street, between Morin'u office and John fitngo's rosldcneo, 00x100 fuct, offered for unlo, mostly on time. For. TmrtlcuhuB cull ut BTAKDA11D OFFICE. Has just rented-to hli now storo and opened complelf ftsiortrocnt of. DRY GOODS, _ The past year hw demonilrateJ tbat his JUapcra and not excelled by nny In Iho market., Tho, JTohnnton Sweepstakes Scl Hat glren the best of latlifacllon whcrcTcr tt has been tried. The EXCELSIOR DROPPKR REAPER AND Hai had Important Improvements added lo It, iclf-rake nttachraent, which It Is bollcred equals anything of tho kind erer made. Tho u' DODGE SELF-HAKING 11BAPKR AND MOWKH and, Iho WOOD'S SKLF-HAKING KKAPKR, with- Mowing Attachment, Hate now. been before tho publio long time. They need no commendation, They hate Important ImiiroTcrocnta for the season of 1870. xmLa.oiJS j The cheapest Machine to hamst Grain crcr InTcnted.' THE WITH MOUNTED TIUPPLK OKAIl 1'OWKll, baa proied Itself to be ONE OF THE BEST, and It Is unr'ltaHed'ln Us popularity with the Threshers nnd Farmeri. t :THE GEISEll SEPARATOll, Mounted Power, or Woodbwrry'i Imnrored Power, wlihojitarron or met with great Miccess.' It Introduced" to tho formers of this section for the first time, and Is fully warranted. MICJIIGAN BATTLE CHEEK YIBllATOll, 0. Under T10N ailtt U A USTIN UIC1IAUD80N, TO N. P. AUSTIN, uppropr bert ou. tho government to ita ngunla at Uorliu nnd Parin, nnd tho French government will hnvu nu iiiBttint opportunity to 'nd- mitor deny Hit rceponaihllity for tho al- leged treaty." It U believed Hint tho .uamo which tuny onvolvo Bntilnnd will nlaa drawlliwla nnd other into the vortex. a cow fur Mrs. Smith, of Al- j HilTof John 80, articles for county, allowed. Ncls Nulriou inudo an application for further aid from tho poor fund for Mrs.' Kricknou, of Hancroft. On motion the sumo WIH laid over for Iho present. H.D.Hrown'fl'bill, (Jlork of Court and Justice, 8100 IMI.Frost's bill, Justice fees, 82 DO) i 0, M. Ilowitt'h bill, articles for coun- ty, 80 contfl} allowed, Whitman sciit in a report show- ing SI 5 expended Ibr tho relief of a Aro now prepared to oiler a full lino of FALL AND WINTER j DRY GOODS, Besides n complete assortment of RBADY-IaDE ClflTlllNGj HATS and "CAPS, -BOOTS and SHOES CROCKERY, WOODEN-WARE, YANKEE NOTION W, liSHKH, with Carey Power, man- lo be unrlTnllcd, Those de- liw'pripShl.111 nadiSeio'rui FOR QUANTITY AND QUALITY OF WOUK, DURABILITV, AND LIGHT DHAFT, OUR MACHINES ARE NOT EXCELLED 11Y ANY. Call and them at 1 LIVE LET LIVE, 4 which I lolMid to do by wid OKOCKIUE8, Thia houso la'well known to bo one of Iho oldcitt, chcnpest, nnd most reliable in Aus- tin, and tho farmcrK of Frocborn county nro cordially Invited to.cnll ami examine their Immense Block. AUSTIN, MINN. TKA per pound nt A, All of which ho will sell ns cheapest.', These Goods hato recenttVnll been puK olianed In tho Eastern Market nnd lie.feoli confident of his ability to satisfy both In'.1 QUALITY AND 'v dive him ft'cail... KEMKMBER-THK ,NK( Corner Broadway Clark 8IB., ALBERT LEA, North Hide I'ubllc'Hqunrc, Auitln, Minn. XJ f Alw) on band, Garden City, Perrlnc, Rnd-M.onllor AND CROSSINQ PLOWS, f COUN PLOWS, TWO 8POVEL PLOWS, HOUSE HOESI'CULTIVATOHS, FUST.VimADLEY'S'BULKEV HAKKB, 11AKB8, vr-_- n FAHM WAGONS, 'i TJJo belt found in the Country, und Wnr ranted. i> T rt A. K. JOHNSON, Agculit Albert WOTiniW for SHOWING GOODS! C. M. HEWITT'S STORE 1 Xxx TTxxlpxi Albert Minn., Ai-rll
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