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   Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard (Newspaper) - August 11, 1870, Albert Lea, Minnesota                                VOLUME 10. SEEBORXcom STANDARD, EVK11Y THURSDAY. Terms, Per Year, In Alliance, RATES OF ADVKRTISINO. The following will be strictly adhered to: 1. llelisious ami charitable notices, as tiUo of imu-r'mges and deaths, will bo inserted without charge. 2. Legal :md Government advertisements witl nt per square for the first "insertion, and :57A cents per square for each additional insertion. 3. Attorneys ordering in legal advertise- nunt.x are regnnU-d as the suau-, unless there is an agreement to charge the same to another party. 4. Ailvc-rtiseinonts inserted witlino spec- ified timo will be published until forbid, charged accordingly. 5. Transient advertisements nivist be paid for in advance; legal, when the affidavit of publication is given; and all others quar- to rlv. ______ KaUrotul Time Tables. SOimiEilX MINNESOTA KA1LROAD. Going West. Going East, arrive p. m. depart a. m Aldoii o: 10 p.m. 10: 10 a.m. Al Lea p.m. a.m. Oakland" .'MO p.m. a.m. Ramsey de p. m. arrive p. Traiiiseonnect.it Uainsey with Milwau- kee and St. Paul Railroad for all poiiith North and South. Stapes connect at Wells for Kliic K.irth f'ity, Winnetmjro ruir- niont, Spirit Lake, Fort Dodge, Jackson, and KstherviUe. Stages leave Wells imme- diately on arrival of train for Blue tarth City and Winnobago City, carrying passen- the MX me evening, and returu- ini' connecting with trains every morning. Passengers from Blue Karth and Winnchago .going liv thi-s route arrive in St. Paul or Mi-CiTogiir in fourteen, and Chicago or Mil- twpnty-foiir hours. Purchase tickets at stations before en- irriuir the curs, ,-it a discount from the reg- ular train prices. A. P. Cori.TK.u, Supt. Western Division. I1. W. THOMPSON, Gen. Manager. ST. PACL RAILWAY. Pnssi-ngev trnins on the Milwaukee and S. Pfiul Railroad arrive and depart daily, tsmidjiys exceptcd, fts follows: CiOl.SG WEST. Arrive. Depart. Au-tin 2-0.; r. M. Mcfiregor M. Kair.si- p. M. Austin I'.M. St. I'ati. 2: IS p. 11. COl XI! KAST. Jiam-ov, M. ft. Paul A. M. P.M. Hamsey P.M. i'. M. Austin M. W1XONA AND ST7TKTKR KA1LWAY. fliMM-, WKST Winona ilu 1 A M St Charles .v Owatniina nv Wa-i-ca '2-') (IOIN-0 KAST. ar S: 10 r M o ar A M de I) U'S. Wl-'.UCE BLACKMKR, CrAXS 'AND SURGEONS. AI.III--IIT MINKESOTA. A. C. M. F. A. Blaekmer.M. D. OH'u-e in the Union Block. XV. H. STREET, M. D., PHYSICIAN SCRGEON. Otlicc Ih-sl door south of the Post Office. Albert Lea, Minn, J) R. K. S. GIBBS, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Ceneva, Minnesota. Office first door north of Post Office. 3 Jfffotels. VLDKN HOL'SK. Corner of Main and Broadway, Al-UKN. MINNESOTA. The proprietor of this new hotel takes pleasure in calling" attention to his excel- lent accommodations and means of cnttr- tniniug tra-clers. U. ItURD, 1'roprictor. HOME. II. L. Ilobiuson, Proprietor, ALBERT MINNKSOTA. hoarders, by lite day or week, jiecomrao- T n A VKI.EHS ENTE RTAINED. Stages for all points atop at the door. 4tf HOTEL. I take this occasion to announce to the public that I have just opened a new Hotel, known as the MINNESOTA HOVSE, And am prepared to furnish ample means for the accommodation of guests. Table supplied with the best the niarkot affords. Stables on the premises with plenty grain and hay. Clark Street, Albert Lea, Minn.   OO. FOR SIXTY DAYS ONLY. THE TICKER PATENT SPRIXf, BED, TWENTY YKAUS A FAVOIUTE. I'nfqualed for f'utnfort, Dnrtibtlttiij tint! Having n larpc lot of t host Standard ZT'-fAs at n Bargain, wo ill clone out tin1 entire "took ut the low of FIVE DOLLARS EACH. Former I'rii'e Eight Dollars. ilOO TO BR SOLD IN SIXTY DA VS. Hotels Supplied. Every family can afford good luxurient beds at WITB I Come while they are going. HOPKINS FERNOLD, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Furniture, Bedding, Austin, Minn. B. H. SKAUG, Merchant Tailor He hereby announces a fresh arrival of NEW GOODS! Consisting of TRIMMINGS, HATS OP LATEST STYLES, Cutting and Jflaking I done to order. ALBERT LEA, MINNESOTA. O CONNOB, HOUSE CARRIAGE PAINTER. Graining, Paper-Hanging, aud in fact all kinds of work in- his line to Shop in Judge House's old drug store. ALBEET LEA, 30 I 3MC O HXT JLJ JS Depreciate din valuefor glazing purposes and are excelled by the Excelsior Glass Cutter. For sale at H. PECK'S, who is the Manufacturer's A gent here. Price, G. H. SGHLEUDEH, Dealer in WATCHES, CLOCKS JEWELRY. A complete nnd well selected stock kept constantly on hand, consisting of first-class Jewelry, Clocks, Watches, Plated Ware, Al- bums, Violin Strings, Fishing Tackle, Cut- lery, Yankee Notions, Cheap as the Cheapest Repairing promptly done; all work warranted. Broadway, Albert Lea, Minn. 8 2Stf MESSRS, 1! ABBOTT Would call attention to their new and choice stock just received AT No, 4, CENTRAL 13LOCK, Owntonua, Inch they are SELL ing rnpidly. It comprises, a full line of .JEWELRY, CLOCKS, FIXE V.'ATCIIES, SPECTACLES, 1HKU CAGES, FANS, WILLOW WARE, ut prices arc CHEAP erthon the cheapest. We sell FOR CASH, and are determined to be undersold by no one, and are prepared to warrant every ar- ticle as represented or money refunded. We ure agents for the celebrated Luzurua Morris Pei fccted Spi-i-iacles, unequnled for and preserving qualiiieb. COME K'VEKVJIOUY AND examine onr guod-J, of uhich we have noi room lo name Half, and u c hhall be happy to show them, whether yon BUY or not. Insurance. FIKK INS UK COM- PANJICS. to-wit The "Old Hertford" and Put- of Hartford, And the "-M-cm-ily 5? and Conti- nental." i-f New York, Represented ut Albert Lea bv A. O. WEDGE. FirK risks taken at the burrri rtllff, und in-umn'-e ndju-led. insurcsagainft loss or damage lightning. THE G on. tin e> 'rvt LIFE 1X81MCE OF NEW YORK, Offer- inducement to persons1 wishing Iu insure their live-. For table rates of the different Kindt of policies is-iued. in'juiro uf A Local ALUKRT LfA, MINN. Fire A' inltintl Insurance. At Stnndard Hiite-. Losses Promptly Paid. IXSHIME OF BUFFALO, NEW YORK C.-nti capital Net surplus, Apply to .1. H. .JOHNSTON, At the Court Hoife. or C. R. variety store. Hrondvray. Albert Lea, Minn. Slivers from a 3d. Written forjtlie Standard. The war took.lhe bodies nnd drew the blood of thi poor, und now sponges out of tlieir toil .the expenses of the different kind of that evaporate their salt from the sweat of the working man, we will' dedicate this Sliver to the golden-winged Bug that wears soft clothes, tares sumptuously every duy, makes loug speeches to be seen of men fto say nothing of (lie women j and looks ivith con- tempt upon all who are courageous enough to expose the by uJiicli the people aio iinjus-tly figured oui of of millions every year. Tlie biborei-s of the whole, country have, for the last se% en years, lost !10 per cent of their wages to enable the manufacturers, the bondholders, the bunkers, and contractors to reap a rich harvest. The surplus or net income of llie indus- try of this country is fully two billions, of which one-hull' the people get nothing; three-lent lis obtain four hundred millions: three-twentieths receive six hundred million three-fourths of the remainder re- ceive four hundred millions, and the bal- ance, seven hundred millions. Counting the population at forty millions, the appor- tionment of our national income is just about as follows: Classes. Net Income.5. 400.OOO.OOO Thi- i? i he; bo.-l calculation which all the most curt-mi observer" and the closest ana- lytical 1 nvo been able to msike. The to give us- the official I'MCM. Inn there i-i little hope of our ob- tiiniiug tlx.ni. since the managers cf the census jij-y not apt to take to liberal a view of what ih needed and chould they sec; tlie neees-ity of phic-ing these faels in thehiinds of the people, a little dust shaken fi om the feathers of the sharp-biting Hum Bug obscures iheii The great of polities should be tu advance truth, establish justice, and pro- niDt" the general the re-ult of would be the rapid increase of the proportion of independent funiiliv, to lessen the number of jioor arid homeles-, and of cour-e the decrease of the concentration of wealth in a few hiuids, and the reduction of the ari-tm-raey to motives to nc- tion. The tendenu} of our present paltry, and the act-- of the Congress, lime lieen directly the reverse; iu-rordiiig- ly our rich men are rapidly growingricher. our classes are deereusing, aii-1 the nuiiiber of our poor, our ignorant, and eriiniiinl are increaniujr. It is u iiii-lnrtuini ih-.il holh tin-pre-cnt political parlies lime given us ihis condition of ilunp-. and neither of propose a change of polii-y. The Rcpublicjin party the nation and clavery, the scandal of the rejuiVjlic and ihe dishonor of free labor. There seems to have ended its mis.-iou for good. Its h-gi-lution -ince ihe in gmiig huudrcds of millions of acres to in building uji gigantic bank inonujudie-1 in keejiing ujt a -tern of pro- teethe and tei ril taxation (both directly and ii'dircctly) the working people, irresisective of their ability Ut pay (axes, h-iv" sluken iho i-ojifideuce in (lie goofi in- i.-iiTh.ns ut this party, in the minds of all intelligent InrnuM- ami working men. If "ill not yield some advantage to u.-, it becomes, the duty of the working c-la--e-. who coiiitituiu four-fifths nt iho ihe whole country, whose well- being depend- ejitiiely upon truth and ju-tic-e, to change the forms to which long been accustomed and in-tituie such new relations to thobulloi as "ill insure their and to hold the nld and new pariie- a-  he called the yonng ladyj and in his u.sual s-liort way said Time's: up. Ye.-, or no, dear.-1' Yes. blushed the maiden. Withnul another he slipped hrr arm through hie. and walking up to tlie astonished proprietor, informed him that the lady w.is to be iimrridt to him right away, and begged his com- pany tu witness, the ceremony. Thoy were speenily joiin-d together in wc'dluck. and what is imxt singular, thev iell deeply in love with each other after marriage made the best model couple to be fuund in that country. Tliti Judge always held that at best mar- riages were but a lottery, aud be had drawn a prize. No Ai'oi.odY a weU-t-o-do citizen down town un- til late in the and the (society of u number of friends ruid disturbed the serenity of Insuiind. Itt getting into a car. to return home, he staggered a little, and Uingling his feet in a lady's skirt inea.-ured length on the floor. He struggled to his feet, and looking around, indignantly dennmded to know who struck him. A ninn present remarked, sutln You fell over that 's feet, nobody struck you." The salubrious citizen turned round and surveyed the cause of his accident a moment, and then, ns if by no means satisfied the reason of his mishap, said Madam, you've! got the biggest feet I ever saw." Sir aspirated the lady, flushed with anger. Pray don't maduui." iiiter- post-d the man. "I'm aware it ain't your fault, but uiy advice, sit side- ways in the future, and give them thrf full range of the and taking a seat he looked the essence of subliuie O. 1'icuynnr. A Lecture on Girls. Lacking ability in every other field of action. Smither propi'so to t.ike to lec- turing, lie has selected for his discourse, beintr a subject he is fk- tniliar with, and one of general inter- est. Fmithers thus originates an idea. Afflicted first thing that happens to a little girl is that she- is a baby. The smie things happen- to little boys too, and if the-e event- in the lives of a little girl and a litle bov happen in the same day. they will usu- ally be ot abi'tu the same age. The Of little girl.- arc nothing but women, but the fathers of Kttle boys are men, and here begins the ridiculous and tyrannical distinction between the education and privileges- of the sexes. Little boys can grow to be old aicfi or old women, just as they choose. Oeorge Francis Train, one of the most remarkable old women of the age, was once a little boy, but little girls are uot allowed to become old men. and as few of them wish to become old Wo- men they have little chance to work out glorious achievement. Girls are divided into two classes, the homely and the beautiful. By beau- tiful girls I mean the sort of girls von mean. Beautiful girls, know they arts beautiful, and homely ones think they arc. L never heard of an instance where one girl really thought another was beautiful I never see a beautiful girl without a strong desire to take her in my arms and kiss her. but this feel- ing is not reciprocated. This is anoth- er proof of the defects in modern fcmaltf education. IT is no doubt wrong, but it is per- fectly natural, to laugh at a certain man in Kiply, This unhappy person wan about to be married, and so distressed was he at the prospect that be took two ounces of laudanum to avoid the calami- ty- But the expectant bride (who was probably a promptly on hand with a doctor, and the poor crea- ture was pumped into a fit condition fof the alter: Only a fortnight before he tried to bang himself, but was saved for the joys of the honeymoon by time- ly cutting down. This wretched gentle- man had better give it up so and sub- mit to his fate, for he can no more es- cape the noose than could honest Jack Bunsby after he Was led captive by Mrs. McStinger. I know a great, overgrown, first-raffl man in his place, engaged in the nier- chantilo business, who, one morning, with a pencil in hand and a quill pen behind his ear, called out to his partner, Bill, what is John Stuplebean's first name T' And he never discovered hid mistake until lie began to write it, when ho forgot his last name, and, with the same unconncionsncHs, s.mg out, Ex- cuse me, Billy, but I'v forgot John Stuplebcan's last name now Tho roar of laughter which ensued restored his memory. iNEWSPAFERr iNEWSPAFERr   

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