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Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard (Newspaper) - September 22, 1870, Albert Lea, Minnesota VOLUME 10. ALBERT LEA, MINNESOTA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1870, N UMBER 24 FREEB011S COOT STANDARD, THL-BSDAV. Terms, 1'cr Year, In A-lvanec, RATT'S OF ADVr.RTISIXO. The following; will bi- strictly adlicrcd to 1. Religious- nnd chni itnble us filso notices of m.irriiigei and deaths, will lie insetted without cluiige. 2. L.L'g.11 and fiovorniiii'iit advertisements >it cents per square for the first inspition, ec-iiU per squui c for each additional insertion. 3. Attorneys orik-i-inp; iiilpp-il lulvertibe- nients are toyaulcd tii-uimirwljle for the sumo, iinlfss there is .xnagiuuiaeiu to charge the same to another putty. 4. incited u it h no spec- ified time will bo published until toibid, tind charged accordingly. Trnnsipnt b.-pnid for in advance: lion tho iiih'hmt ut publication is given, and all others ij uu tcrly. Time Tables. WEDC.K. jTl. ATTOKSKY AT LAW, Land Collecting Agent, Albeit Lea, Minn UUk-o in I'nion Block over tlio Drug Stori of Ijliickmer. IhiB a nnd 'lie only, abstrac of title io nil lands in Froelmrii County. Abstracts tarnished and certified to as by lav i and titles perfected upoi reasonable terms. TIOIIX A. cl A T T 11 X K Y A T L A W Oilier at the Couit House. ALBKIIT LEA, _____ MINN Attorneys at Law, Notaries Public, Real llstntc und Coileition Agents. CO.NVK' nf all kinds iKjumuUy Uone, acknowledg- ments fjtut, outlis u'liiiinislcrcd, Xc T'lxe-jniid, Titles imestigatt'd, Lands bought sold. Will pay ticnlar atten- tion Io collecting. t'oi-nn- Claik and New ton St. Albert Leu. j; C. !H i v, A. M. TYKfcK. OUCH HANK, Q H. m. Id 10 a. in, 11.10 n in U H) Ul. j A TT O R N F. V A D R t f.uw, and Xotary I'ublie. BroaiUsny, Albeit Lea, -Minnesota. 92-1 D I, -i.NO COf.LL'CTlVCi AGIC.VT. procured at my ofiico. fjiite SOUTHERN' MlXNKiSOT V U MI.ROAD. AVe-t. tio'iru; lla-'t, arrive p.m. denuit Aldcn LI. Al Lea p.m. Oakland'- "-I" Runihey dc 2. tup. vi. airKe (Op. m. Trains connect at U.unsuy Milu.iu- kee and sf 1'jul Railroad tor all jxiiiiU North und South. Stages connect at Well-, for Ulue Earth t'iiv, Wimu-bago Ciu, tntt- in out. Spirit L.iko, 1'oit Uod-j. I'LiK Ui.pt Information by leuui- and rXUtorsillu. Si urcs V.'ulN iiiim.-- or u i.e, iui iHMic.l gi di.-iUly on ,il ol ii.iiu tot Blue Kaitii 1 repioM-nt !'u Fire, City and iniu-b.ino C'n N. c'ni ying p.i en- I f.iU', nnd C.i-milty Iimuinncc Companies, ger.-j through the i-M-ning. and n-tui a- in" connecting w ith ti.iin-. nioining j I'lissonjior-i from Blue Tilth ,'id going by this route arrive in St. Paul or I U j; McGregor in fourteen, nnd Chic igo 01 Mil- waukec in twuutj-fo'ir lioui-. Purchase ticket-, at <-t.Ui in-, l.'MV.-e MI tering the car-, at n 'lUiom.t (turn rc.j- ulf.r train pi A. P. '.i i C. AV. TitOM'-'so.N. I. u y.-'.-igi-i. TiiLWArKr.K .v ST. PAUL i: ULW VY. tr.ii'is f'li the w.iuk'e nnd S. Paul HI live tnd d 'l A. 'i Rnuis.'V s i'. v Ui-'in li.lOr. -I St. Paul M. Ham-ey >t. (inivc t M. St I'.uil f> 1' i' M. ll.nn-ey M JlcUrc-gnr M. A i-t n l-'JOi- M RAlLWA'i Winona de SI Phnrles 1-' 12 Rochester G. pi i'p..i'i.d to -nmdy in-, i clii.iec cut' at the che 1'iuiiy hii-nds rate. A IBlttcfcstiiillis. Would call tho attention of the public ti hi-, Cacilities for BLACKSMITHIXG J10RSE-S1IOE1XO AVoik done cheap, oxpcrlitiously, and ii the fatisfuclorj' manner. Give him a cull. Shop f-outli of the Harrington House. Lake. AC.UERT LHA, _____ MINN. BAVOODRUl-'P JIas erected a new BLACKSMITH SHOP, And is now prepared to do all kinds of work in his lino. Do not mistnke thn place Corner of Nr-ivton and William streets, -Vlbcrt Lea, Minn. vrn i. B, OX AND COW 13ELL FACTORY. e on hand (or will make to order; bells of all sljlf-s. Have also in unnncciion w itli black- smith shop, and will do all kinds of btiiok- STriithinsr in a manner unexcelled. Particu- lar attention g-iven to hoi .se-shoeing- .Sut- jetion guaiauteed. Hhoji, corner of Clark nud hlrceU, Leu, iMin 13 BRC3WN M.inni.iciuicrs and Pcalcrs in all kinds of complete be kept on h.i'ul Shop on tlio corner of Uioa.hvay tind Vulli.im M Ojip.nite ll.ill's Al'i. it f i, Minn. o 11 J 2 than any olhor plucc. Remember tliut is tlie place to buy your goods. Ar.nr.v, July 14, 1870. 9 CONNOE, HOUSE CARRIAGE PAINTER. Graining, Paper-IInnging, and in fact all cinds of work in Uis Hue done to order. Shop in Judge House's old drug store. ALBERT LEA, MINN" R. RANSOM, DEALER IN ALL OF 9 OYSTERS, CIGARS, The stock consists of green, dry, and canned Fruits; fresh', core Oysters; all kinds of Tobacco, Cigars, Hei-i-ing, Figs, ind the whole line of Candies, in fact, tv general assortment of eve.ryth.ing suited to he wants of trade in this line, including ICE CREAM, SODA WATER, AND LEMONADE. A fine room has been fitted np for the enter- :ainment of guests, and no pains will be spared to give complete satisfaction. Broadway, next door BO th of the Mckure Gallery, Albert Lea, Mi p.. [87tf I'UR N E W S TilL1 NEW GOODS! E. W. SPEAGUE re'peclfuily inform the oi Albert Luinn.l thnt he has opened up with ii n entirely new Mock of BOOKS, STATTOXKKV, PEXCILR, PALN'T-BRURIIES. MACHIXE, NEAT'S FOOT, PAINT. and KEROSEXE OILS. Also a large stock of PURE LIQUORS, cf all kinds, for Medical use. GIVE ME A CALL, Next door north of Gco. Whitman's. Norwegian Gorman Clerks in Attendance. A USTIN .RICHARDSON, succussoiis io N. P. AUSTIN, Are now prepared to offer a full line of PALL AND WINTER BUY GOODS, Besides a complete assortment of fhis louse is well known to bo ono of the oldest, cheapest, and most reliable iij Aus- tho formers of Frceborn c6iinty arojcordially invited to call and their immense stock. AtfSTIN, MINN -vmr H. BUTLER, BA-BBEB, AND FASHIONABLE IIAIB- Highest price paid fov Human Hair. Next door north of Stage's Hardware Store, Broadway, Albert Lea, Minn. __ Qroaer iia'1 Dealer in Green, Dried, an4 Fruits, choice branda of Cigars and Tobicco, and Domestic Wines and.Liquors, No. 28 Bridge Street, Owatoana, Minn, lvC n I sl.y.i'il sfiy that nine n'di.rk in otiiiht ty to Pole Ct.'r-k Ami thru: isil! luinc n- to my iiifiiL-r'- in ..id ul 1 ni.m. ary of! a fine in ill i.itv, iu> it i- i'ur hih oli Mr M. :ind iur" have i'nt-iui him F -linlJ l-.ie It ,-oincthiuir like .111 In -ir ufi. i djrkncss s-ct in tlio trav- elers .s.-uv tlio air red iilii'ad i't tbcui. IJiyluvr ;ind I'liiihtfj- the lij-'ht until could e the flames as they frue f-t.iti1 ot'aflairs; and to t-ave aiuisulf and 1'amilv. the young man at unco tunic 1 the lie.ids of his nmks over the bluffs away ftura the river. Then came a ride for two hours during: which time a close lookout -vva.s. kept I'or a liLcht. At length ono ai.d. nearing it, the p.irty found tJicuisdves at (be i'o-jt of a stet-ji bluff, or moiuHain. which unlike the other portion of tlu> country, appeared ty be thickly wooded. Leaving lii-3 tea-n together with his wife almost entirely concealed, by the overhanging of a tree, he be- gun hip difficult nsrent for t'i" purpose of ascertaining what. light he saw meant. In fifteen minutes he Mas with- in a few i'uet oi'tbe pl.-u-o. IJo sat- isfied that the glimmer did not come from a cabin and as near as he could calcu- late it came from, a rocky cave. Up to this time the young- man felt sure that he had not made the least noise for the snow was soft. Neither could ho be seen, for tho tuoiv whieli cov- ered hit, entire person rendered him of the same color as everything around him. And yet he heard n low growl, and then a, voice. Keep your distance, Injuns. Pete an' me is jnst as ready for a pcrimibh as we wore this afternoon. Keep your distance." I am not an Indian, but a benighted returned tlio young man. saw this light, and T did know but it proceeded from some white settlcrV cabin." "I knew Pete didn't smell an Injun, or he'd be making a bigger fuss than that. wait, an' I'll be thai- an show you the iwiy into my pole." In a moment the hunter stood by the sido of the j'ottng man, and, bending close to his face, ho appeared to be sat- isfied. Tho dog had his and agreed with his master that the mutter was all right. A few words of expla- nation passed, and the old hunter cx- clainied: O got a wife an' bubj7, oh Lord love 'm we can't leave 'em down thai- freezin And away he went down the hill at such a rapid rate that the traveler found it impossible to keep pace with him. When ho did arrive, lia found that his mules had been fed with the remainder of the provender left in the wagon, and old man was returning with the baby in his arms, and conducting tjie At 'J h. ;i! h e-ilthly ;U. n i S.-H-, 'I VJ'' -f! iike- 1 1. 1 .1 ii. yi'i i t-'; 11 t tfC iui iou- u ii'icr. >i of red' h. n 'i in i m no l.n.'cr a fr" ii .t X. t I. ti, n KM MI ;l...i b j., L -U'-JilN'; tb-it t' njc V t-.) ii.-ht. lie f, bod' _ N tin- M. ho ]uok- l'v- at l'i'_ d. ,d Si. ux FI" 'i k cf IT--; H'k.i ill" O. t of Xo. one n and -h-M I" TliUl.rloj- j.ct' all tho u-d- we meet in L'.n'.-e." 'Jiie parfy K ft thc-ii Mron-hoM nnrth.r t k v.itil .0111.; r half cf their fall-In 'J )u. the ,-h.'N c iino. b, d that w.re ait k. I by num- -li 1.1-u, loaded hi- nt.d u Wjv_ who 1 not Iiu-.c been kss quietly one seventeen at rnc-c. We'll fell. than Indian please yc. V.'hal i-- the Ivly F.ml Jci-oa is iny UKl'llKU "Thi-n tJi-jfo'-Lticy mark MIC cried, throwing 'her arms around the neck of'the old hunter, and his bronzed lip.-. GVo. Laeelk-. in n Iqtier to the Now York Clipper, reljtcs a funny incident which happened nt the old Albany' .Museum, in tho old times when the dra- ma. wax lh uros other curiosities wero in at then- place: On (he 4th of July, a patriotic addition fci (ho s-ho'w beitig 'desired, Charles Sali.-hury, a eojnioaj'jroiiius no- torious I'or his jokes, was chosen to rep- Gco. and of course. wa< in a traditional Tho doors had just been opened for tho evcninj preforinanee. and tho vicitora had cotjinifiiced to timing tho curiosity roouis, a iu- struck Mr. Salisbury, opening door of one of tho work unobserved took a position nmonir figures, and tried to look us immovable as possible. A countryman, his wife and daughter a young mi-.-, of cightee'i, were (he flrsiT entered. As the lady ap- proached Wi'.shiimfon.'he bestowed up- on her a most fatherly win.'c. Good gracious, oxclaimed she, that figure of Washington winked at me. 33nf fit this moment she was almost speechless herself, for the vcncrablo Wn-shington had opplied his fingers to his nose in a very Miugestive uiannei'- she oxcaiincti grasping hor luibbaiid's arm, do look at that." MVhnt is ashed William, why, I believe you women folks arc At this moment Gen. struck a bsliigcrcnt aUrtttdo aii uMprcfl a terifiuyell. Tn an instant the whole party tumbled down htairs poll inell, and related Washington dressing r.ioorn, laughiiig in his sleeve al the joke. a wonderful stuty. while quietly slipped oft' 'io his to A bachelor had the blues, and applied a doctor for some lucdieine. The. doctor inquired into his en.se, and wi'oto a prescription in the bach- elor took to a drug .store. Translate' the prcscr'ption read, "seventeen yarc's of silk with a worn in in if. After the druggest got through laugliing, the bachelor proposed to a lady "that evert- ing, and was lujirud in two NEWSPAPER!
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