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   Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard (Newspaper) - February 9, 1871, Albert Lea, Minnesota                                mm summit; rriit.isitKn r.vr.nv i Ternn, Per Year, In 1 or AMT.iiTiM.vns 1 inch 1! inch U inch 4 inch 5 incu col. A col. col.- rwTS 1.00 1.50 -i.no 4.50 "wTB sun 0.00 Ill I AM Out -IT 10.00 12.00 .oulu.oo ifioolao.oo 0.00 5.00'Jl> (H) IrMK) 'J.1.00 uo.oo oO.OO tio.oo iVUlt'U.UV The following, in nilditiou to Ihu above, will be strictly ndhcrcd to j rrofcrisionnl of flrp or IMS will beinierted nt ycnr; extrn fur each addition it line. Local ten per line fur tho first insertion, nnd five per lino for cnoh additional Insertion; none inXen under Kdilorinl Inserted by wilh n view lo holiness fifteen cents per line. nnd aim of und deaths, will bo in- serted without charge. Lcgil nud (Juvmitiicnl will bo charged at 7-> uuuU per iKjiuru fur firct infection, nnd per fur each Additional fnsertion. Attorneys ordering in legal tiicnta aru regiirdcd nx nccoiinlnhlt' for the t-aiiic, unlo'S there tin ngrei'tiu'nt to tlio same tu another party. Transient bo pnld for in udrnncc; legal, when Ihunnid.iTH of publitution 'in glren nnd nil quur- terly., Arrivals nnd Deparl tires of nt Albert Lea, Departs dally nt ll! M. Arrives dully nl H r. M. wr.HTr.ns. Departs dally at tl P. ji. Arrlrci dally ftt 12 H. Albirt Led nnd Foreil City. Depnrtt Wednesday and Rutnrdny At 0 A. M. Ar- rivci Tueidny nnd Friday nt M. Albert Lea and Nortlwoodf-Arrltei Bni urdny nt 1- M. DqmrHSaHirdny ut 1 r. Jl. Albert Lea nnd Mon- day, nnd Friday at I1. >t. Arrives samo tbiyii ftt A. V. Albert nnd Satur- day nt 7 "A. it. Arrives Friday 0 r, M. XOnTltlBX. Albert Lea nnd Mon day and Thursday ut 7 M. Arrives Tues- day nud Friday at 0 r. M. Office hours, 8 to 12 A. nnd 1 to 8 i-.w, Star No 20, A. F. A. M., him regular com munications nt Albert Lea on the. Mccund And fourth uf well tiionth. II. D. MOWN, W. M. A. 0. Wcixir, Sec. Jlailrontt Tiuic SOUTH MINNKKUTA HAILHOAD. Going WcM. (lolni? Knst, r.iOOp.ci. depart P. in. 'rTalli depart in. nrriro in. Alden do p. in. 11: (On. in. AlLca p. in. p.m. Oakland" p. m. ,hOOp, t lUnney p. in. p. m. LaCrosso" n. in. nrriro p ui. Connects at La fro-nc with sleatnboit.i for all points tho upper ant) tower river; nlso with trains on the Mil- waiikee nndflt. 1'nul Hnllwny lo nnd from Milwaukee, Chicago, nnd Ihu Kust. At Fountain, with for fhntficld and Preston. At lUmsey, with trnlni on thn Milwnu- kccand St. i'aul linilwny, tn nnd from St. Mnttkitn, St. 1'etcr, Pululh. St. Cloud, nml Mcdregor. At with for I'itv, llluo Hnrtli City. Fnirniotinl, uud Jackson. CLAHK TIIOMS'KO.V, (letteral Muunper. J. II. Ginn.NEU, Suprrinteiident. PAUL UAILWAV. traimon the Milwaukee nnd S. Paul Ualtrond arvivo nnd depiut tlully, .Sundays cxcrptvd, us DAT uoi.sn WEST. Arrive. Depart. Austin M. McGregor A. M IJ.Mn-ry I'. M. Aiulili St. Paul f. M. Kntmey ilifqp'Ji. A.M. P.M. Ilatniey, M. St. Paul Austin r. M. McGregor p. M. WINONA AXDHT. HAILWAV. do A M Ft f M nr Rochester Kaicou St. Petir ar do ItUH A M R-JG Il'S. WKDOi: DLACKMBU, PHYSICIANS AND SUIlflKONS, li.iir.r.TLr.A, MI.XNKMGTA. A. C.Wcttjse, M. D. V. A. lllnckmcr.M. D. Utlicc in Iho Union IJloek. 4 M.D., PHYSICIAN Office first door south of Iho Post Office. Albert Lea, Minn, _______________, i r-f -r- iii T U. E. S. S ASH suuor.ox, Ocnorn, Minnesota. Office first door north of Office. LEASE, T E111N A K Y S UII0 K 0 N, Trent." horses nucccfsfully, no nmtlcr whiil the discnio is. OfTico at A. H. Street's ijtoio, Albert Len, Minn., Insurance. IplUST-CLASH PIKK1NSUKANCK COM- 1'ANIKS, to-wiU The "Old llnrlforflU nnd of Hnrtford. And the nnd nriilnlJ) i-fNew York, Represented ot Albert Lea by ifatt. WKIKIK. Fire ritks -Inkcn nt the loicfit ratet, nnd losses promptly lofsordamagoby lightning TUB O ontiMLOtata.1 OF NEW YORK, t (Offers unsurpassed Inducements to persons I [wishing to insure thulr For table, rates of the dlfTcro.it Utids of uisucd, .inquire of WKDGK, i! VOLUME 10; ALBERT-LEA, MINNESOTA, FEBRUARY A (l.'W ATTOHNIIV AT LAW, Lund ('olli'dlng Agent, Albert Lvn, Minn. Ollicv in I'lilon Dbick over the Drug Store nf Wedge Klnuktncr. Hits u complete, nnd the only, nbitract of lltlu to nil In Freeboru County. furiiMird nnd eurlillcd to UK by law; nnd lillui purfoctud iipnn reasonable lortnt. t A. -i- A T T 0 it X i-i Y A T I, A W OlUceut tho Court Kuitie. LIIA. -_- MINN. S'TACV Attorneys ftt f.nw, Nolariei" Public, Kslute nnd AgrtiM, of nil nccuintely dunu, in tnki'ii, onlln ndniiniittered, bought HIM! sold. Will pny piiitluitliirntU'ii- linn to colliding. Corner Clnrk utidNowton 81. Albert I.en. U. C. STACT, A. M. TVHV.M. JLn Crowe -1 KilnlillHlcil 1863. M 1 r1 T J. IIOOANi wiroLKisALK aiiocEU nnd COMMISSION MKttCHANT. General Agent for the dllTereiil Powde'r Kly's Slngk-'niurUoubTo Wnlel-Pi wrrnp-i Pntent Slmt, Ac., IHock, Front Street, Lu f Uealera in HOOKS AND Agency for School Hooks, Airer- lean Aincrivitti  'ew (loldcti J iient lo'nliy1 plrtln ft urnlN. Agetitu wanted, to <'lulia nnd the trade. ticqds oil, 11, M. VYATSOX, Old Colon v Nurucvles .I'lyiniMitfi, t u Itl .I'lut1! Urald, IWInn .ml N HOMK. II. L. Proprietor, AI.Ur.UT.LKA, MINNKSUTA.1 IJonrdora, dny or wuuk, accoiumo- dated.-- r KNTKIITAINKD. i 8tnges' fur all point ii htop'''at thu doflr.' HOUSH. rluillinin hlrrct, Allini. A. M. FM'HJK, I'roprielors. (i-nva thin lloiiu'dnllv for nil pnlnlx. Hood alnblliig miil nlletilivu (7 rv Millinery. j Hrf. A. M. TYItKIl, I Mill on hand a Inrgu Block of. i Nubliifi. I which fho Hvllinj! nl ---i Dressing A POllTMU, kvc., No. i, Front k f XNKI'UICKCASII ST (MIKKNWOOI) ,V In Dry Clnllilnp, Vnnkcu Notioun, Farnnm'M Illoek, MnluStreet, three doort west of I'ont OHice, Ln Wit. CITYSTK.VM ItAKIMlV, r ,1 F. L Front Street, La Cro.tsc, Win. Alt klndx of llrcnd, f'ukis, nnd Cracl.'ers nt wholr.'ule nnd rctnil. 9 nnd Denier lu HOOTS, fi 8HOKS, R 1- HATS. CAPS. LM.IKS1 KIMS, HOMKS, noons. A-c., Hoiiu in'nil llu1 Lnjetil Styles nt UBS, STAGE'S mtUXEB-'-W. CUKLKU CillUNONH, 1WA1DKJ) .PLAIN nnd.SUITCIIIIh'. Latest The ul Hair Juwclry, (Jlmlm, for Fruit ami Oriinmcntnt Trees, 110.HKH, HOUSK 'PLANTS, At Price.-1; Corner Main nud Third i7' i i LA CHOHSK, WLS. 71 ANdKl.ltOTII, Denier In And nil kiinlsof Musical Alxo Agent for Win. Knnbe'fl Pianot ami t Pomrroy'a Opera llnuio'llloek, 'LA CHOSSK, WIS. 33. DEC. Si3HC.2k.T7O-, Aud Denlrr in nil klndi of CLOTIIH; 1 wish to Inform tlic people of Frecborn County lltat I ulll mil Clotlm by the yard, at COST for the next TIIIUTV DAYS. 1 atn provided svlth nil the fncilitiei fur Mu llin AT w  of what W.-H loft, ami uhieh be hail to do before H------lot hint oil'. Tho next day the general wont to U------V colonel and complained Unit he hud been grobHy instilled by one- til'liii soldiers (he day previous The colonel inijiiirvd one Why." Kiid the petieral, n tall, lean, ill-i'.ivured fellow with red hair." Ha t" wld iho colonel, I down, ninl nnVo We'd have to 1 do w.'is i lift reply. A tiMil a of tholls lhat lin picled up nl I'urt Span- for andiroiiB in hix _.Jt Mas tho npinioii of (In- ooro'iirr that thu family died from too mueh iron hi the blood. A girl at SpringfiuM, Ohio, who danced wilh her corfet.t pttllfd up to the Lift hole, was tlm next day in n hcarw that wag pulled up lo the hu-t hole that been dug in (he grave-' yard. John K. tho artiir, followed nrotmd by a fomnlo who U iu love with .Ilavp fo do without that whieh you do tint need, however niuch your cyca mtiy1 c6Vct It. Have the courage to apeak your mtrid when ft IN necessary tlmryou flhmitd do nnd to hold your tongue whiiri 1C IB prudent you'sirould do no. Have the tourngc to oiako a will nud Have the courage to tell you do not lend him your niV'oyV Have the' cut llio1 niwt not hi.i vices. Have courage to wcnf 'yijiVf until you can pay for ynur new 1 him. .It'lin he dun'i wheth- er it is thing hu IIH'llt. to his lookc. or in nn mo. A girl l-uighed un- til dislocated her jnw, inid.thi'V ran't locate II again. Why don't (-he langli' out of the other corner of her itiouth, nnd it will cmue b.nrk nil right. An maid died nt Pnnghki'OpMC. nnd now over nttd be reiuly nt nit times to xiipply or- dom for oingle nr double vlyo, nveofdltii; to Iho frlyndn. 'Stnblehenr llie r I.en', Mltitu -O.'IH 'Manufacturers of niuVbi'aiorii 'in nil klndn'of ill il 1! II Uill! I fc-FnilNlTUKB-'TOI'S -of tho i Orders from or .Ihroiigh our tnccl nitciitinn. Vnril 'nud .Shnvvtltotirtiii on Hiiiith iddc of I'ulilio r 'AUSTIN, L. MINN, 'Albert lien, Minn. o.' fir.Ant.r.. JtlGiWe r 5... I 'SULUVAN ,1 SBAHIiB Dcnlcrrf AMHIUUAN nnd ITALIAN MA1UILH, ,1 CKMIITBHy.l'WHTSniiil FUJI.. f 'i' i' AH work Mono lu'llic'iicnlexl nnd tiiost nr- tislto Orders Mnfccn 'for Hcotch. (irnidlo .Mo'niimcntH, niiuiiinioljiri'd In vnlecn, Hcotlnnil und.TwjiUhediit on ilx orjylght, "if'.HtJis' notice. A Cedar Sired. Public Squnrtj. I- Of.VTO.NXA, MISS, iierooy 'ngnliist berl-froiiV tno'tiol town' lUn, tdtnll'colntnlt troip'aik t.iltt.m.k him} IteV in nitiie MT.ipo.1 Or- derly, bring II------here inum-diali'ly." u In n low minutt's tho onlerly re- timed, hringiiit: H------, who won- dering'whnt M-tapf liuwns'in now. o Fn'ni iho colonel; do ynu know thih gentleman If" What! me wi.1, liking ii- tiinazed as s.iid the colonel, do know him Ve.i, wo art1 Mightlv al. billeting into it heatly huiidioil have eoSiio' forward to he "tliiM'end.inlrt" of the wrong rflur o jflnr rikis-oflieliwrMiculnd'hy mon, {jlo ,0', comfort ,0 in'oll up AND A manriioW dayii mttft the Mourn- ciigino in him. paced low might have got on in the 'world fifty. but he won't do In thcuo Wo live in an ORO of quick {dean men speak quickly, think quickly, Mow coaches aro not tolerated. Bii up nnd gaping mid. rubbinj' your eves, as if you, w'ero half ahlcep, but wide awake for whatever may turn tip, and YOU may bo somebody before yon dlu. Think; pkn, rcfltce.'iw much na you jileiuw jlou" bui think quickly and cloisclyjand when you' h.ivo fixed vour eye ounn object, Kprin'g to the mnrk aioncb', HAIiANTIXO ilofi'g a; since nn Irish ctnployco nt the Walter Itoiiyo, the following ItigeiiioilB method tooton'u for n mUtako. It bceinft' M if he hnd been.In the Imbit of ealling up n boarder nt prccbely fivn nnd n half p clock lit iho' Inornlii9', but one morning ho called htui nt Qyo o'clock.. S6 when the' cmne" i down1 f'al called out to odmiiid. I here is fomethinj: wrong and faith, J called you a little' early ilicic H.mewhcre. thU only lovely h.-lle of "III.. the WliJx'ilii! ynu thought it would bu fun toelojio wilh a call me .KO be. i bl.ivkMuiih nnd many him. She re nnd I tiilwed. my man, turned n; iho boom of her family, in a fdnyvind hvr foihv'r h.n had her uu'iiMtreil for divorce. wns nil Fjinliaui; rf Wk. could ny when mid called him half an hour too late; to liinke'it'up 1 called you half hil'hour wns all MIK Fjinliaui; rf Tlll. f. cou.d ,y wheti the lit bomir over the remain. Mlj (i) fcfoh tf J 0 V3" w true iiy family or town, than the colonel lu lot him ho heartily forgnvo him. .U Tlir'Xorlli Pole, Captain Hall, tho Aretir explorer, in his recent lecture in New York, ported thus: "When he flmll'ftand on tho North I'olo thero is one thing whieh will trouble (hat is, how Bhall h'o'kecp his chronometer regulated, how Bhall ho tell whcthdf I hey'lire gain- ing Or; losing. T -iKv'cry' dircetiou then will There wilt be no north, no cast, ho Tho north star will be directly'over his' head, 'a'nd cm lite first day'of' March tho MIII will juat go round and rriund, day by day, never bltt I'S-tA u greater nltitude, .until (imilly it will got ,to 'n height 'of 2.'l J degrees, and then gradually get -lower until on tho 2IU1 of Scpteuihor 'it ypill disappear, to bo seen no more for m mvntliH. What .cap he night to regulate his chronometers llu has nuked the question of tho best tnlc'nt in tlto'conii-' try, nnd no mini cnn'mnswor him. In tlio winter of 1872 ho will-be where no sun can ulnno, in a mib 'uluce for people fluid of eating, lor it will hu din- ner nl ways til 12 'o'clock r i' i. V it' n -I I Cincinnati nn iuuidcnt.in which thojatt) iSnniad, known "banker, and. 'neither wull known nnd, cct'oiUrio '01117.011} whoAo credit, -did yory high i Smcad t It., Titiliiill nceommodato yotiiwilh jwqnl it for ,n Jomji.liino.'; So. muolulho 3fr, Jl.'f.-." AmM want better, Mr, that i will just fcjmcdd.i ,1'i modurnto -wltlt; yiiu but That is responded Jl, I" J expected charged n ihighpr rato.V r'ulo: witlr.-bnnkorfl, cijntjiiiibd fMa U) takailh'o inlor- ntlvhtieo forUho time the noto him lo runilu I'.wlll 'deduct tenipor cent -for. yours from tlioltch'thuusnnd dollnr? it iiHk', mid lutyotiUiliWiheJpl'ocl'i'drt ton yot wilh grivf llnvi one word cje.ijK'd In-r riitsbitrgh rcaUlartling horror, A father got, dittitk nnd brained lun daughter with n cioulur bocaUMi she .said ho ought not to drink Tin1 man who hold him the lirjunr now to tins eni-e to that whihky the real An c'xchangc A iiinn in Min- nouta had the audacity, to ni-k (a nnmirtl to tltut beautiful Dame for..bis profane name, whieh was Ifel D.unbraytcr. She snipped him )ip before hu hnd 'time' to" gel mi hi.-J knew. JJoston claims a streot-car conductor that returned 'n' dinmond pin that n lady loM. -Ho .thought .It only worth a didlnr u, half wlion the owner gave linn lor lurning.it', it jiHt cmwli'd through Inn wool what u fool he was.- "Mr. P. T. narinun will (ravel noxt hiiitiinor with n tlirxMigh thb country.. lie U (ho gini'tli'inim (lint re- cunjly "vnloretl Iniid out by I'ulU Ing nil" Ills' horVo into ft prali'ie.dog- hole. Tho holo will fi.xhihitht nniong tho curio.-'iiii'.s.1 wrtit't you manngo to give otto of the princH at Uie, asked. ii mother of n teacher, No, reply, Your, flV will ht.uid no jtf op any e iiy of fnmily or town, than fK'ciea of politic.ins or theories' nf t 5 Where these fail, the fertility of Kdeii( wouty become ft cuVw." Where tliiSfe exist, 'tho nint soil, nre lit- (to inore ihnn granlto nml Hden and pletily, nnU tliht they'hi1 .....nn'd nnd'n'ro (yc'ry inuuHriout nnu clcanlytiin their, hn Tluw work for ifc f t ,tt. and live prinolpam on'rlce o A Hutoon keener nt I I fit" res n he vii, Well .a Uiio mnn j nt my pcrsinUt in then, .exulaimcd thu fond, il'i that jlu can givo him n pirixa for, vorouw.. j i i. 'A lady walking down (own >tw n llu i pinching; iliirt youngvr brother, who wus crying bitterly. "Why, my bovi" said Mio u> thu young (ornicnlor, 'Mlun'tyoti know 'jou nre' iloing 
                            

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