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Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard (Newspaper) - January 19, 1871, Albert Lea, Minnesota VOLUME 10. ALBERT LEA, MINNESOTA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 1871. NUMBER 41 Time Tables. SO fl'll EH N MINNESOTA Going West. "tVitinc'bngo nr p. ai. Wplls depart p.m. RAILROAD. Going Kast, dupart a. in. arrive a. in. Ai'len do a. in. Al Lea p in. p. m. Oakland" p. m. p. m. Hsrnsoy p. rn. "_ 'f.-O p. m. La C'ro-isu 8.10a.m. arrive p ru. Conni'Cis at Ln. Cro-jsc with Hteamboats for nil points on the upper unU lower Mis- Kissippi river: also with trains on the Mil- waukee uncl St. Paul Uuilvvay to and from Milwaukee, Chicago, urn! the East. At I'ounUuu, with stages for Clmtfield and I'rcston. At Kaimcy, with trains on the Milwau- kee and St. i'aul Railway, to and from St. Tanl, Minneapolis, Maukato, St. Peter, Duluth, St. Cloud, and McGregor. At Wells, with stages for Winnebago City, Blue Earth City, Kail-mount, and Jackson. CLARK THOMPSON, General Manager. J. II. OAIIDNKR. Superintendent. I'liysicians. BLACKMER, PIIYSTCIANS AND SURGEONS, -ir.BER-r LKA, MINNESOTA. A. C. Wedge, M. D. F. A. Blackmer, M. D. Office in the Union Block. VH. STREKT, M. D., PHYSICIAN SURGEON. Office first door south of the Post Office. Albert Lea, Minn, R. E. S. GIBIisi, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Geneva, Minnesota. Office first door north of Post Office. D OCTOR LEASE, Y E T F K I N A R Y S U R G E O N, Treats iiorsi-s successfully, no matter what the disease is. Office at A. H. Street's Diug Store, Albt-it Leu, Minn. W Hotels. ESTERN HOME. H. L. Robinson, Proprietor, ALBERT LEA, MINNESOTA. Boarders, by the day or week, accommo- dated. TRAVELERS ENTERTAINED. Stages for all points stop at the door. HOUSE. Chatham street, Austin, Minn. J. A. M. FLECK, Proprietors. Stages leave this House daily forall points. <3ood stabling and attentive hostlers. (7 12 fjtttvyers ffi Agents. AO. WEDGE. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Laud Collecting Agent, Albert Lea, Minn. Office in Union Block over the Drug Store of Wedge Blackmcr. Has a complete, and the only, abstract of title to nil lands iu Freeborn County. Abstracts furnished and certified to as required by law and titles perfected upon reasonable terms. "IOHN A. LOVELY, A T T O R N E Y A T LAW. Office at the Court House. ALBERT LEA, MINN. ST- TYRER, Attorneys at Law, Notaries Public, Heal Estate and Collection Agents. CONVEYANCING of all kinds accurately clone, acknowledg- ments taken, oaths administered, Taxes paid. Titles investigated, Lands bought and sold. Will pay particular atten- tion to collecting. Corner Clark and Newton St. Albert Lea. E. C. STACY, A. M. TYBEU. F KEDERICK COCHRASE, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR At Law, and Notary Public. Broadway, Albert Lea, Minnesota. 924 H D. BROWN, LAND AND COLLECTING AGENT. Homesteads procured at my office. Late plats kept on hand Information by letter or otherwise, furnished gratis. represent first-class Fire, Life, and Casualty Insurance Companies. JfTarkets. f< D. BALL, Having just opened a ,Jf JE T RK E T, Ispiepared to supply liis many friends with choice cuts nt the cheapest rate. A complete supply will be kept constantly on hand. Shop on the corner of Broadway and William St., opposite ilall's bank. Albert Lea, M'nn. 9 32tf Stables. HARDEN (jr Having purchased thn new and commo- dious btableol'A. B. Davis, takes this occa- sion to say to liib old friends and patrons, thnt he has opened a Ct'osse Established 1858. J. HOG AN, WHOLESALE GUOCER and COM.MTSSION MERCHANT. General Agent for tlie different Powder Manufact urers. Ely's Single and Double Water-Proof Caps Patent Shot, Jfogan's Block, Front Street, 35yl La Crosse, Wis. and ill be ready at all tunes to supply or- ders fur single or double according to the wants of his friends. Stable near the Webber .House, Albert Lea, Mina. 938 COLTON WHELPLEY, Dealers in BOOKS AND STATIONERY, No. 10 Main Crosse, Wis. Agency for School Books, Smith's Amer- ican American C'romos, Howe's Sen-ing Machines, and Lamb's Knitting Machines. 37yl LANG DON, Wholesale Dealers in Foreign and Domestic WINES, LIQUORS, BOTTLED ALE, PORTER, No. 4, Front Street, La Crosses. ____--_ Wis. O NJE PRICE CASH STORE. GREENWOOD CUTLER, Dealers in Dry Goodi, flofiiing, Yankee Notions, Farnam's Block, Main Street, three doors west of Post Office, La Crosse, W'i8. CITY STEAM BAKERY, F. GUTCESELL CO., Front Street, La Crosse, Wis. All kinds of Bread, Cakes, and Crackers at wholesale and retail. 37yl s. HANSCOM, Jobber and Dealer in BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, LALTES' FURS, ROBES, BUCK GOODS. <5cc., At Chicago Prices. Corner Main and Third Sts LACROSSE, WIS. ANGELROTH, Dealer in And all kinds of Musical Instruments, Alfo Agent for Wm. Knabe's Pianos and Esty's Organs. Pomeroy's Opera House Block, LA CROSSE, "WIS. good house, containing Jl 1'2 rooms, situated in the Railroad Ad- dition to Albert Lea, for sale cheap. In- quire at the oflioe of A. G. WEDGE, 20tf Union Block. I) o. MA LEY; Grocer an'l Dealer in Green, Dried, and Tanned Fruits, choice brands of Cigars nnd Tobiicco, Foreign and Domestic Wines nnd Liquors, No. 28 B rid go (Mvutonnn, TJECK FARNUAM, Contract or1) for IIOtrSE BUILDING and GENERAL JOINER WORK. Shop on Washington street, north of Clark. Albert Loa, Minn. Goods GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES! Elllnr. Hiiving just completed his fine Would now girc notice to his friends and patrons that he is fully prepared to furnish goods in his line as CHEAP AS CAN BE BOUGHT YTest of the Mississippi River, and WARRANTED TO GIVE SATISFACTION. He has a large stock and variety of RIDING SADDLES of all kinds, both for Indies and gentlemen, besides TRUNKS, VALISES, WHO'S, BRUSHES. CURRY COMBS, HAKNL'SS OIL and and, in short, everything which is kept in a (irst-class shop. and on short notice, ALL KINDS OF BUGGY TRIMMING done at short notice. Remember the place. New building on Broadway, Albert Lea, Minn. USTIN MARBLE YARD. Manufacturers of. and Dealers in all kinds of GrBwr MANTLES, FURNITURE TOPS of the best AMERICAN FOREIGN MARRIES, Orders from .abroad, or- through our agents, will meet with prompt attention." Yard and Show Rooms on south side of Public Square. AUSTIN, MINN. L. W. MANN, Agent, Albert Lea, Minn. public; are respectfully invited to call and tx-' aruine these useful little instruments and be convinced of their superiority over all other methods of bed and table linen, Circu- lars, mailed free to any address. Far- mers' Bag Harks, Key Tags, mado to order. G. .3 Ftpncil Cutter, Main Rt S7vl Ati'tin. Minn. Klacksm it Us. kAN. J. BKJKFOKD, Would call the attention of tho public to his facilities for BLACKSMITI1INO HORSE-SHOEING. Work expeditiously, and in tho most sutisfuctoty manner. Give him a call. Shop south of the Harrington IIouso, near Spring Lake. ALBERT LEA, "TTT.M. B. UNDERWOOD'S OX AND COW BELL FACTORY. We keep on hand ready-mado (or will make to order) bells of all styles. Have also in connection with this, ablaok- sinilh shop, and will do all kinds of black- smithing in a manner unexcelled. Particu- lar attention giTen to horse-shoeing. Sat- isfaction guaranteed. Shop, corner of Clark and Washington streets, Alert Lea, Minn- A RTHUR M. TR1GCJ, ALUEN, MINN. TSlO W N ATT Manufacturers and Uoalefd in all kinds of of every description. These gentlemen be- ing long experienced in the and having erected a large Carriage House 24x00 feet, with BLACKSMITH PAINT SHOP attached, are now prepared to do .liJE, KWE9S OF IfOJMC in their line. Parties are invited to call and examine stock and specimens of work before purchasing uNowhere. Repairing done on short notice. Shop south of the Western Home hotel. Albert Lea, Minn. G 1 EO. DROMMERHACSEN, Manufacturer of WAGONS. CUTTERS, AND SLEIGHS of every description. Repairing thus made favorably known, through bis oilici.il reports, many years btlbio the estiu- guishmunt
populous and wealthy, but mure ambi- tious western cities. NEWSPAPERS. The Southern Minnesota Star WM- established here in the Mtmmerof 1857. Alfred P. anil wag one of the first-journals issued in this quarter of Minnesota. It has pat-sed through various changes in its management, un- til now, in 1870. it is running in a s-nunu condition of financial health, and suc- cessfully djevotod to the inlorests of this county, render the auspjces yf Mr. Cr. Parker. An enlargement of THE STANDARD, within a few weeks, is contemplaled. THE riiOFESSIONS. The clerical, medical, and leiral pro- fessions are creditably represented. Tho resident Attorneys are C.ipt. l-'re 1- crick Cochrune, B. 'J. Stacy. A. M. i'yrer, John A. Lovely, an.l A. 0. Mi% Lonely is atarrney., county., arid, only about three years a' resident, already holds rank arnonp; the Court, bar, and people as the peer of. tho ablest in Southern -Minnesota in his profession.. THE MEN. Among the solid men having large interests at Albert Lea, may bo na'med Hon. Clark W. Thompson, General Manager, C. G. Wyckoff, Assistant Sn- perintendent, and H. W. Engineer of tho SoTitLedn RaiTway i, Wnp.? Geo. S. Kublo, and Angustua Armstrong, (ine of the best on this line of railroad. HOTELS. There nre three establishments de- nominated the Harring- ton House, being conducted with a de- irree of success, considering the ham- pered and illy-arranged building, that nil the guests. Harrington Son are competent to manage a first- clat-s hotel, and the capitalists of Albert Lea. with a proper comprehension of their own interests and the public wants, will soon, probably, adopt meas- ures for the erection of a hotel building creditable to their growing town, and place Harrington Son in charge. NEW STRUCTURES. The building improvements during 1 the year 1870. have been largely in ex- t cess of those of any preceding A I business block, of brick, by Mr. White, j and an elegant residence by Capt. Coch- rane and also one by Mr. KiVclson are among the most prominent: but a mul- titude of smaller but comfortable struc- tures have given active employment to ull the mechanical forces, and created a bi isk demand during (he year for build- ing material. To appreciate the scenery of Albert Lea and its surroundings, one must choose the summer months, when the margins of the delightful lakes are car- peted with their verdure and their forests, and realize the extent of the work of nature in combining at thia point the useful with the best typo of the ornamental.- Yours, VISITOR. NICHOLAS SMITH, .of rierkimercouij- 'ty, N. Y., has made- as high as Ibs. of cheese, shipping weight, in one year, from a lierd of twenty cows. He makes his milk up at home, and sells for the prices paid in Herkimer market. He sells every fortnight, thus saving shrinkage. He also keeps the cows and none but the best; and slops them a.little in the spring and at times of drouth, and does not overstock farm. His cows do not come in oarly, and he has early cut hay to feed them from the time of calving un- til they are turned to the pasture. Probably most any dairyman witji .the same care in selecting and treating his sto.ok'andiin" the-manufacture and sale of his cheese, could also show a yield of 710'poatidB to a cow. SPAPERf
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