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Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard (Newspaper) - August 18, 1870, Albert Lea, Minnesota VOLUME 10. (JOIXTY STANDARD, r.vr.uv forms, For Your, In Advance, KA.TV.S Ol-1 A1WKHTISINO. The follow nej; be strictly adhered to: 1. lU-iitiiims tmil charitable notices, as notice- of learria-es and cleiuhs, ill be inserted without charge. 2. Lena! and Government advertisements .oM at ToVci'Kp'-r square for the nr-t'in-ei-tion, atidoVA cent- per square each additional insertion. 3. Attorneys orderin.a in Icpal advertise- ments are repirded as accoumablc'for the fame, there is ;in to charge the same to another party. 4 inserted with no spec- ified time be published until forbid, nnd accordingly. 5. Trail-lent li-c-iients iniiM be paid for in li'.nl. u hen tlie atbdavit. of ALBERT LEA, MINNESOTA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 18, 1870. NUMBER 19, Agents. AG. WliUGK. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Land Collectiivg Agent, Albert I.en, Minn. Office in Cnien Block over the Drug Store of it liliickmer. Has a complete, and the only, abstract of title to all lands in 1'roeborn County. Abstracts furuisliod and certified to as required by lau- and titles perfected upon reasonable terms. Time Tables. SOUTHKRN M.INNF.SOTA KAILKOAD. Cioin. lioiiiK '.Veils arrive''.-.'Ml I'.'a- Alden ll' I :.-L l-.'JD (I. 111. 1 1: I'1 Oakland" m. HaniM'V de ID p. m. airive m- Trains conned at Ramsey with Milwau- kee nnd Kt. Paul Uailroad for all North South. connect at ells for I'due I'itv. innel.ajo I' il.v. l-'.'ii r- mont. Spirit Lake. Tort .laeksoii. nnd I'Mli.'rvHic. S. -e- leave V, elU .none pi.its kepi mi hand. Int'driiintioii by letter or otlieru i.-e, f'urnu-hed gratis. dialcly ou .1 .'I''- o t.J'i e, o p tii M h''> !l f !ii- 1 rioii'ts. anil I 1 o sir A M de IIs 3] K tfifiS) H, irs. i'i. AM) S AI.IJCIIT LKA, A. I1- F- A. (iiH< in the Cnion XT.Ill__7 and lie at all timov to suj.plv or- del--; fur or double aceordini; to the want" of hi-' Si-ible near the lluitse, A'bert I.ea. Minn. il E IVKltY AND s'ALK STA15LH. G3 i-33 Corner of ami I 'olletre Streets, All, i I 1.. a. Miniie-iii.'.. ritVSICLAN A.N'l) SL'IlGr.ON, Minnesota Ofi'.ce door norlli of Cost Otlice. !l S. KKLLIUI Inform the public that they eslnb- li-heil their oilice on liroadsvay, first door Mmth of the hotel ill Albert Lea, and treat patient either in a HOMtKOl'ATIlIC or ALIAKPATIIIC way, to tin if i-lie.-i. for which arc led a -eleetioii ot the or MKDU'IXKX. Vunetual attentinu and careful treatment ill lie ft'ii en. DHiee uueii froin Tuesday, Aucnst 10. ISH! Curlier of Main .uul Broaihvav, AI.UI.'N. .MUVNIOSOTA. The proprietor jot' this new hotel takes plea-ure iu calling attention tu his excel- lent arconiaio'latioas ami means of cutcr-
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