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   Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard (Newspaper) - October 6, 1870, Albert Lea, Minnesota                                VOLUME 10. ALBERT MINNESOTA THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1870. NUMBER 26 EElIORX COOKY STANDARD, KVKIIV TlirRSIlAY. Terms, TCP Year, In Advance, FATES OF AUVK.KTISIXO. The fol'hm ing will he strictly lulhoredlo: 1 and churitable noliee.s, us nlso notices r.f marriages anil deaths, will be inserted without charge. 2. Legal and Oovei-nment advert isetaents wiU be chargoU at i-cntsper square for the first insertion, and cents per scniare 1'ov each additional insertion. 3. Attoiiicys ordi-riiiR in legal advertise- ments are as  Citv and Winnebauo City, cai n passen- gers throui'h the same cning. and relum- ing conncctiiiir with every morninjr. 1'asseiK'crs from Blue Karth and Winn-bngo coin" bv this route arrive in St. Paul or McOYcgor in fourteen, and Chic.igo or Mil- waukee in twenty-four Inuirs. Purchase tickets at station" before en ioringthc c.irs, at a di-connt trom the reg- ular train prices. A. V. Cc.ri.rrii, Pupt. We-tern Division. C.W. TIIOMTSON, Cicn. Manager. PAUL RAILUAY. Passenger trains on ihe Milwaukee and S. Paul llailioad arrive nnd depart daily. Sundays exceptcd, as follows: I1 Arrive. Austin p- M- llamsev i'. M. St. Paul (iuiNi; Depart. Mi'tireiroi v. M- An.-iin r. M. Uauisev IS I1. :t. LAND AXD COLLWTINfi AUKNT. Homesteads procured at my office. oi' otherwise, furnished gratia. represent first-class I'iro. Life1, and Casualty In-uraitce Companies. t iiALL. HIM ing ju-t opened a JH-JB T .If! 11 JKJElr, pi r-pared lo supply his many friend- j at the cheapest rate. A complete supply will be kept const-intly on hand. Shop on the corii'-r of l.i-uadu av and William St.. opposite Hall's bank. Albert Lea, Minn. ,i K.NNIS M riU'.V lla- VX. J. P.R'KFOHD, Would call the nttention of the public to facjljticsji'ur Work done chenp, expoditionsly, and in Ihe most satisfacloiy manner, (live him a call. Simp south of the Harrington House, iH'iir Spring Lnke. ALBKUT LKA, MINX. BWOODUU1-T t Hits erected a'nejv i   FTVK DOLT.AIiS KAC1I. Former Price Eight .OO TO 15E SOLD IX SIXTY DA VS. Hotels S.npplied, very family can afford good Inxuricnt beds tit. Conic while tli'ey are going. HOPK1XS KKUNOI.O. Keinil Dealers, in rurnitnie, Bedding, AC. Auati-n, Minn. GREAT REDICTIOX IX PRICES llnving just coiniilctcil liis fine iiojii.-o to Ida friends and patrons that lie is fully prepfireil to t'nrnisli in his line as CIIKAP AS CAN BMCBOl'GHT AVcst of the Mississippi Kivcr, nnd WAIUI.VNTHI) Tt) GIVK SATISFAf'TIOX. lie Inis a largo stock anil variety of HIDING SADDLES of nil kinds. Tioth for ladies uiul gcntleiiu'n, bos'ulos TKUXKS, VAMSKS; WHIPS, IHIUSHKS, C17HRY COMBS, IIAKNKSH Oil, anil J5I.AGKTSG, ami, in short, everything nhich is kept in a first -class shop. on AIL KINDS OF BUGGY TKIMMlXi done at abort notice. Kenicinbcr the place. Xcw building on Broadway, Allx-'rt, JjWh To Mill- Owners Hafi received, and .will constantly on lnind, full assbrt'rii'cnt'oT all the best OaR'Tanncd' MACHINE BELTING.. and Lace wiih the largest and cheapest stock of'BOOTS AND SMOHS, t-o be found in Scut'iern (.'ornrr Main and Mill street's, Mgn ol'lhc Big Boot, Aubtin. Minn. Joml! of every di'scriplion. These pcntleinen be.- inji lonii expc'rienecd in the business, and haNiiii; oi'et'ted a Cui-riuizc House '-Mxl.O feel, with BLACKSMITH TAINT SIIOJ' attached.! arc lo do_ KWM9K OF ll'OItit in their line. Parties are invited to call and examine- stuck and specimens of ivork tic-lore here. dime on short notice. Shop -imth the Hume hotel. Albert Leu, Minn. 1 i Manufacturer of WAfi-ONS. (TTTKRS. AND SI.F.IfHIS of every description. Repnirinp done to ordi-r and on the Shoj. on Chirk street, Lea, Minn. TINONA CARRI.UiK WORKS. Manufacturers of LIOIITCAKKIAliKS, EXPRESS WAGONS Coi.rc.rd ;cnd Platfoim Wajiaixs. Sleighs use Kastcrn timbor. employ the rnei'liiiriies. n7id warrant our (Irani Lalor, Pi opi'ielor.s, Min- uc-'ota. tH'Kl TjOSKl'll .M.iiiufiii'liirer and Dealer in all kinds of Ll'MliKU WAISONS. liL'Cti IKS, Sleighs. Hobs. ,Vc. Slock kept con- -laiith on h.ni'l. anil dune to oi-di-r! on Clark Si reel, Albert Mjnn.usot i. II oTtf LAILSOX, Wholesale and Kolail M a n a fa c-hirers of Lf.MP.Ki; CA RR I At! I'.S, Sleighs. C'lilterK, Rpfail dealers snp- plli'd ami stock, Oriljrf' CiJrfauV of Fifth Stl.-SiUwli c-ter, 'J -17'f kepi constanily en f'oriu'i'of Water and Washington Streets. MILLINERY. The Itt'd fir his J-'anny answered. "And, Fiinnv" said the' prolly Mrs ihe I.ell. and (Kreffi-d fell tho Mellisnii. a bc'aiililul voting widnu nl twenty five, iii-ludiiig a scrns "f di- 10 tions to her confidential waiting enachnian in I arn----; I u( she eauie bai'k lo t-uy (li.i lio c-nai liinan hworc j maid, "il'Mr. 'I'lmma', Tompkitis ,al inc. j The red haired nsKecl Hie Is now lier Full and Winter i with inlinili! K-orn. nentleman will, auburn hair. Show him up Jiu-.-.ly. ihe l.'itc-st novelties of the scii-on. a stock of LADIES' Fl'BXISniXC GOODS alwuys on hand, which she ollVrs at IOM figures. OLD LADIES' BOKNUTS always in Htock, and orders filled on til shortest notice. a.Laiii. as he had been out hviee ,-dre id y ih.d moni- 'I liis (o hi- ;i pool' !niie -aid the l.ulv. l.uisl iny inio tc-an. Send him i p lieie. Jnhn sin n nuide !iis appearance, iff; was n burly and nlently li.ml nf simiii; hei r. _ riii _ ri.i a-krd Mr TI, in vciy inildlv. Iifiiidii.-ir.ilc J i ho 1: .u had nvt i ZKT IE: AND Hut if his cnu-iii I lenry I am not at home." J hate to tell him said ihc- waiting maid. AVliy, Fanny'' Have mi any c..n- scienti'.iis scruples abmil -asiny I air a -n.ile not ;it home tu him''" the spirit of a "O dear, no ma'am! I'd just as lie ve "1 ihouyhl you didn't lil.e sjiirit." S.iy vou'd L'une tc. 1'nxbury. on a tn -aid Mr. TonipLin-- your rclal ives. and would mil be back 'J !H are i I'e.i.-inn.-. sir." said I hi' I'm- a week it's my duly, ma'am. b'ii hei men I ilic-atimi cut Jslmrt j L hate to disappoint s-m-Ji u nice. i h nil, .spoken, daik bain d ;ji n dear 1fr. T-unp- Fancy Goods! i kins, lo the I think ad- oncihl to mi I ean't mi--us. he -aid the co.-ii-limriii. sin M'hc'ii I 'iiive fur c.iu -jive me vnnr jui- i< e. I alli'i.- Innk- i.i mv i iiinli'Vur 'J'lic n v, didn't MIM bey my   tu ordi-r. ALIIKHTLKA, MINNESOTA STILL TI1KY tleman as .Mr. I feiiry." much has lie jiiveli i vocafc his cause, Fanny''" "Xnt :i p( niiv. n.a'am. J d u tn know I a 1 r'he. And nevei ____ c-olor ol' hi- iin.iiey. ami dun t j know he is rich nr pi'nr. lint A. M. TVRKK, jus! re- I declare it'- a and e'.e tnrnc-d from the Kast uith the larpesi r >.iv- wi. lo that Miiyi; uMi t I aint :i blackv- and bcM as-ortyd -lock i.f and tieman a lil-c :i tallar can- moor." the- lun.'ill -urblv Kam-y liood.s cxcr befure ollered in nil... waj.s a .-Hid flc-h amlbloi d c-m't -land yc.'ur r-nulibin' nl' him. at the MIIIII- fin if vnu'ic IT-MIIL: mi aft'ordin' every eiirc.urajjeinoiit to that il said ihe stiijiid. ri-d haired, oid'tuary 'cousin, 'ile re! my mind l-'ii-e ma'aiii. and I lei 1 relies cd. if son kin-, piilliti'.' "'t hi- i -cieii- More retisiin u slfiuldn't marry a tint illy pl.mti d n.idway between his lumji i.f ,-iid l-'annx. n1- "f i -ii n. .Nut liking a repeti- i V-ciu didn't kni.w the- late Mel- linn f'he the ei.ac-hman picked 1 lison said hi.- relict. i h'liiMlf up and ntiiicl in I ma'.im." hat d.'i-s tran-foruiatimi j Well. I'll tc-11 vou a secret. He mean askid the Miclnw. in as- mastc-r nf tin- hnii.-e. l-'anny ,1 ni.-hmiiil at thedaik locks f lier bel- ie.. Well, ma'am, and tint J'uiicnl ih-H nd. r. Would inform her cn-fninurs thnl -lie- ri'jht usevi-r. Any iliirip de-ired nded me i iuidlv. Fanu V. arc] I not found ill lii-r Mock u ill liein dt-ri-d uilh- I i i i i i i I i out i-Mi-a in h.-r line'.'', p.-r tned oi ,-ln in- order.-, k n- ,1, minted to .'c-ni i-hciqier i linn HIM C.iil and like a Jirivate in a marchiiiL: lit marry an nub. c- 1. I determined to ii-e. Mils. A. M. TVIIKK. >'o I made uji loind I maiiicd n..ike -nc-h a f-liarar ler ridiculous, and AHu-i-t Lea. Minn. ninrkct, of HATS, HO.VNKTS. HIH150.VS, .SILKS, VKLVKTS. FI.dH FKATIIKKS, LACKS. KHAAir.S. COKSMTS. UtllJSTKDS. J'.UTTONS. SH ITCIIKS. CHK; VONS, FKINCKS. KUUINflS. noons, M BIAS. lU'STLKS. JKWKI.lt V. Slllijily ibis." was J'hi.111.1- n pkin- Ileiiiy V, u II 1IAXSII.X fitsttmticc. .IlliST-CLASS KIIIH INSFHANCK CO.M- PA NIKS, to- wit The "Old Iliii'lford" and of 11 art ford. Andihe "yi-ciii il y JJ and Coilti- IH-nl.-il.v1' of New York, Kepre.scntc'J at Albert Lea bv A. (i. WKIKiK. Fire taken at the tnirest rittrx, and losses promptly adjusted. Lnsurcf against loss or damage by liclitning. 'J'HK C ooti-t In o triL-t 4a.l Otl'ers iinHurpas.sed induccincnls to persons nichinjrto insure their lives. S F FoV fable ra'tcs of the different kinds of policies issued, inquiro-of _ i A. (.i. ViKDGK, Local Agent, ALHKRT r'- .TV- -f _ t a b 1 i s h c d at place, will attend to line of his profession. ALL WORK. WAK- KANTHU to give complete satisfaction. TEETte EXTfeACTED WITHOUT PAIN1! Office, at his Dr3ugj3iore, Post lcal East side of Broadway, Those beauti-ful Gems taken in large num- at. one Copying'done in a workmanlike manner. Instructions in the profession given at Offiqe hours from ft'A. M. to M.' v637lf S. S. KDWAIIDS, Arfist. Gn to A. K. Johnson's real bar- gains in all kinds of goods fieorge Whiriiinn' i6 jn-sl opening n new, large, and well selected slock of ail kimls of good-, which he will offer THAN ANYHUDV OA11E SK1.L. I Come and see my new slock. You can buy more goods of me for j aiiain that 1 wi.uld marry a man wlmm thc'iefore thanks to been j 1 ci.uhl rule. Ncnv. .Mr i im; ,111 a-siiu.ed p.irt. Yet dear I kin- i.-just tin- s-'it of pers n 1 Mai ia. I will take nn undue ndvania'-e Takes plcimirc in s.iyji.g nninc'r- lookinjr hu i- all L'ent 1  T fl cni.fc-sy. And 1 v. i.-h "'1 h. r. i- n 3 hand." -..id the v.iJ. I I I I I I i I I T vfl" Miur b-irirain. A nastv. rid- nw. bhishiiiLr. 1 am d. Hut -M- _JL J. t'l t i j haired tliinji .-lie acichd. as she ban-' l-anny in the pint.' e-lald.-ihim-iit. oif the oiirnc-r of Wailiingtoii i -1'1' "ut the N' cosairily inn thi- js (ho nly anil Willi.-un where he will be dmir b hind her. ni'il ler -he i r dd-i Vnllin ready at all time-u The echo nf her exit had died Sn the w 'nnriid a -iTnnd time HKCKH'K (M'STOMEllS away, uh.' n the dm r opem d and th" c-1- a man ..i'.-j irit hut l.e no tvrnnt. 1 euant 'fmnir-nn mule his and ihe l.i.r- was uuiii-.i- and lo A large j d eUM-ei, them. The CIotKs 1> on hiind. and SI'ITS WILL AI VDK To on the .shortest notice. Yc u here l.iinn d the man. in j.n.v dly hav'ni; i in a marked mne of di-plea MI re. a tinht n aster rc'tained in h'- place" Yes. Mali.i." replied the man. n-'Ver fn r KX, -July 14, 1870. CONNOR. HOrSKS OAlxKTAGE PAINTER. Papcr-Hnnjiinp, and in fact all kinds of vi ork in his line d.rie to order. Shop in Judge House's old drug store. ALliERTLKA, MINN HIAULES R.'llAN'SOM, DKVLKH IX ALL OF 'OYSTERS, CIC.ARS, The slock consists of preen, dry, and -Jjinned Fruits; fresh, nnd cove Oysters; "all kinds of Tohaecq, Cigiirs, Herring, Figs, and the whole line of Cnndics, in fact, n general assortment of everything suited lo the wants of trade in this line, including ICE CREAM, SODA SvATER, AXD LKMOXAUK. A fine room has been for the cnfer- of and "no '-pains be to give complete sutisfactio i. next scloor .so, ilie GnHery, Albert Lea, Mi n. [87tf USTIN 1UCIIARDSON, Are now prepared to offer iv full line of I SL'CCESSOllS ,T DRY GROCERIES, -4 house is well known to lie one of the oldest, cheapest, and most reliable in Aus- tin, thiil the farmers of Frccborn county are cordially invited to cull and examine their immenbc stock. AUSTIN, -MINff LKASK, Y K T E Tl T _NT A R V SI" R K O N. Curos Jlink-Bime. Spavin, I'oll Kvil. Ki-lnla, llnof of nil kinds. Kutindur. Chronic and Acute Chen Foninlcr. Limp: Fever, Sweeny, Hide-Bound. .Stiff Coin- final deeisinn. 1 reject your ft'er. sir." sael i lads', deeidedlv, "with inanv thank- fer tile luiiinr. I have already bestowed j uiy hand on your enusin "It is well for him that he is mv eon-in. othei This, is not n Inneto use in nr, i One loo Many. Chailes .M.iuhiw.s tn tell .1 funny of :t Frenchman who had summnnei! hi.- f i, nds tn drihk tl.e h'-alth nl' ;i sun anil heir, ion.: on the Fever, (sweeny, Hutu-Hound, .stitf oin- ,i inm-HI use n. ].laint, nnd ail diseases that horse i-< I presence." said the vridow; --you have to jeot to. Come and coa-ult tho Doctor at A. I j-jola to employ it. "Hi-lire, and l lx M- The dinner II. Street's Drug Albert Lea. Minn. ]lcn ;n-0 ;l belter temper, per- m t fively .-irouml. H. Bl'TLKR, HARDER AND FASFUONABLE HAIR- URESSKR. Highest price paid for Unman Hair. Nexl door north of Stage's Hardware S t ore, Jj road way, Albert Leu. Minn. Grocer an I Dealer in Green, Dried, and C tinned Fruits, choice brands of Cignrs nnd Tobacco, Foreign and Domestic YVinos and Liipiors, Ao. '2S Bridge Street, Minn. Takes pleasure in saying fo his friends jind patrons in Freeeborn nnd adjoining counties that he 1'ias creeled a new store on Clark street, and has stocked it with aeom- plete assortment of of every description. done to order and on short notice. He in- ites a call for the purpose of examining his goods b'cforc pnrcliiising elsewhere. Store east of Whuman's. ALHKKT MIXX '.i; FOR of Clark in'w office and John __ Stage's residence, 00x100 feet, is offered for sahvincjstily on trnic. For particulars call at. STANDARD SALE. A good house, containing J. 12 roows, situated in the Railroad Art- cheap. Jn- qnirq at the.office A. G. WEDGE; i i Union Block. A small from? _ building, recently occupied by me as an office, will be, sold cheap. In- onirc of'' W. B. POMEKOY. 2T6t'f SVT-ENDID Dress Goods and Trim- mings at A. E. JOHNSON'S. NEW goodii jm.b received at A. E. Jon.NRON's. and liappy. At last, an hour laller than expected, the mpcr. 1 haps 1 may receive you as a friaiid." Muria.' said the yomm man, "may i you never have occasion to n-eret v.uir at the door the course. Adieu'. May you be happv." was adnntledby the nurse. And without tm.-tin- himself with i y1" I''.'" once to the ma.Merc.f further words, he retreated from the. i 'V even body eon- presenc-e oi' the widowed beauty. lie is very handsome and accom- sighed (he lady. If he had remained five minutes longer, my eyes would have betrayed my admiration. What a pity he has a will of his own The person who next entered, after a long interval, was the favored suitor. lie was dressed in shoekinj; bad taste, j but the eryinir sin of his appear.iiice was his unfortunate head of hair. Yet he seemed proud of his burning shame." for he wore it loner anil curled, and ran his finjrcrs throuirh it, at he "Ianceil at its startling brillian- cy reflected in the huge mirror. you've come at said the widow, severely. answered the favored suit- or, very timidly. I'm behind time'm. but I hud to "Wait, sir? AA'hcro have you said the terrified youth, casting another surreptitious glaneo at tho mirror. "Have yon arranged ymir waul robe for tho. approaching asked the w.idow. YCK'.III, and1 L hope you'll like cui blue coat, bright buttons, yellow vest, buft' kerseys. pumpSj and bowknot rib- bons in 'cm." I him. anda-ain ami again and again did tile gl.ifcsc.s. Hud emptiness in their hc.ftoinf-.is the wine went down the thi nals of thc.sc'jnlly fellows. While soir howeyer. they were (oastiujr the and hoir, and all the oilier clftcw h .'re. the nurse cnnio duwn into ilio library .nn-o jimrc and brought son and heir (o bo t Metre.! whereupon tin re was a aroat npro.ii' in the Imuse and among' the friends, for the in w aniva! disturb 'd tin? lnrd'.s hopes and prospects. tjK, I'alltcr looked into tin- face of the dear little Mhoi.pciied upon hint his sweet, blue eyes, and so. fears .strcamin- dnwu 'his cheeky, he the roses mi the ehoek- of his little ling so fresh fmm (lie of crea- tion ,-iud s-i'il my fiieds. must make the best J rrlles.s there's money and enonght ii r both the bn.vo little fellow-. So once more (ill (he breakers tn (lie brim, let us have a   received hy thp m.irL con- tuie. NEWSPAPER!   

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