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   Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard (Newspaper) - March 2, 1871, Albert Lea, Minnesota                                V' FBEEBORX COifFY PVI1LISUED JiVKHY THUHSDAT. terms, Per Tear, In Advance, J, inch 2 inch 3 ineli i 4 inch 6 la'c'U I col! 1 col. 1.00 1.70 3.-J3 00', 4.W "7IV f it It Ml I (J IU -I W V.' 1.501 a ;o fl.df)   iicoountable tor the unless there is nn agi cement to charge to another purty. Transient .vlvcrtisoinenls must be paid for in advance legal, when the affidavit of publication is given and all others quar- terly. VOLUME 10. ALBERT LEA, MINNESOTA, THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1871. NUMBER 47, JLtitvyers A" JLatttt G. WKDOK. ATTOUMOY AT I.AAV, Lund Collecting Agent, Albert Lea, Minn. Office in Union IHooJc over the Drug Store of Wcdgo Ulftckmcr. Has n oomplete, nnd (lie only, nbstvapt of title to all lands in Freeborn County. Abstracts furnished and certified tons re'i'n'red luw perfected upon reasonable term4. U V A. LOVKliY, A T T O II -V K Y A LAW. Ofhocut the L'ouit Hoiise. ALBERT MINN. TYUKK, Law. Xotnries Public, Real Kntute and Collection Agents. and llepartures of Malls a( Albert Lea. E daily at 12 M. ArriTcs daily at S r. H. WK1TSRX. Dtparti daily at 3 P.M. Arrives daily 12 M. SOUTttER.H. Lea and Forest City and Saturday at I) M. Ar- Tuesduy and Friday at li r. ji. Albert Lea and Sat- urday at 32 M. Departs Saturday nt 1 P. M. NORTH WESTERN. Albert Lea and Mon- day, Wednesday and Friday at r. M. Arrives sumo days at A M. Albert Lea and ts Satur- day at 7 A. M. Arrives Friday at G r. M. NT'11 1 It FUN. Albert Lea and Ouutonna Mon day and Thursday at T A. M. Arrives Tues- day and Fi idny at 6 p. M. Office 8 to 12 A. M.. and 1 to 8 f M. Star Lodge, No. 26. A. F. A. M., bus regular com- munications at Albert Left on the second and fourth Wednesdays of f-acli month. If "O. UKOWN, W. M. A. G. WEDOS, See. of nil kinds iircurntely done, .teknowledg- uients tukcn, oiitljH administered,  VlioIesale in Foreign nnd Domestic F UKDEIIICK COCIIRANE, ATTOUXKY AND COUNSELOR At Law, nnd Notary Vublic. Broodway, Albert Lea, Minnesota. 924 II. LAND AND .COLLECTING AGENT. HomeijrWcls ut my office. Lato plats "by letter Or othfrVSvise, gratis. represent first-class Life, and Casualty Insurance Companies. WINES, L1QUOKS, BOTTLED A'tE, PORTSK, No. 4, Front Street, La, Crosse, ivi PRICE C A S 1 1 T OK E cull the iittention of the public to his fucihHos foi- CLAC'KSMlTiKXG HORSE-SHOKING. Wo, k done cheap, expeiiitiouvly, and ill manner Give him a cull PI.up simth of the Han ingtoii ne n Spi Luke. AL15LUT LKA, _____ GREENWOOD CUTLER, Dealers in Dry Goods, Clothing. Yankee Notions. .Fnrnnrri's lllock. Main Street. doors of Othce, La Cronse, is. 1ITV "WAKKHV, J F. CO Fion> Street, La All of Bread, Cukes, nud nt wholesale and rotuil. 1 A K.THUR M. TR1GG, Time Tattles. SOUTHERN MINNESOTA RAILROAD. Going West. Going Kast, Winnebngo nr b-OOp in. depart n. m. depart m. Alden do m. AlLea Oakland Ramsey ALDKN, MINN nrrire 1 1 a. m. 11.40a.m. 3.10 'X in. p. rn. p. m. p. m. p m 1-20 p. m. 8.10 a.m. arrive p in. Connects at La frosse with itcamhouts for all p'unts on the upper nnd j liver: nlso with on the M.I- waukee and St. Paul to and from Milwaukee. Chicago, nnd the Kast. At V'ount.un, nith Tor Clmtrteld Preston. At TCnmsoj with trains on the Jlilwiu- kvtand I'ailway. to and from St. Paul, Minnf'iipohsi, MtmUntti, St. 1'cter, Dulnth, St. t'lintd, and MfUregor. At Wollt, with Mint's fur Cit v, Knrth Citv. Fairinouni, and Jackson. CL VKK THOMI'SO.N. General Malinger. J. H. GMIDNF.R, Super'mtendont. MILWAUKEE ST. PAUL RAILWAY trains on the Milwaukee and S. Paul Railroad arrive and depart daily. Sundays exeepted, as follows: DAY Q01XO WEST. SCIILKUDER Dealers ui WATCHES, CLOCKS I'LATED WARE, ALBUMS, MFSICAL INSTRUMENTS, such as ACCOBDEOJIS AND VJOLISS. YANKEE NOTIONS, In f.tct a complete slock of goods jn their line. Roilpci1" gooil" kepi and war- run ted. bo- ckeicper than at any jjther place in I merit ot fJpecliiclcs on hand. Ml Kiiuls of unik in one tn otilei ait'lu.ii-i in j Albeit Lo.i. the Jewelry line t'-'l Minn. 47tf S. 1IANSCOM, Jobber and Dealer in' BOOTS, S1IOKP. IIATP, CAPS, LALTKS1 FfRS, EOHKS, Bl L'K GOODS, At Chicago Corner Main and Th'u L v cnossr, wis. Hair Dressing Done in all the Latest Styles at J1RS, STAGE'S SiliLlAER SHOP, CIIIONONS; BllAlDED CHIGNONS, PLAIN CHIGNONS. SWITCHES. Latest Stylos of Hair Jevvuh-r, ic. Tlie highest price offered for Awkard A young .man, fashionably and with the air of one who would be at Alice, pupprepsing a Pmile with ty. I hope you left yonr family we.ll." Fust-rate. and kickinj All sins. When we find God in our hearts, shall find Ilim if everything. t Irisr a gSbd the law of God. btrt it is a better tNfng to lor? it. The path of the just is as tlffe Hsrht. Which' ithineflt more and wore unto the perfect ,5 homo in eociely, reached Boston towjrd I 'ind f.''s -Je I except tlie houer flics took MCK and I'm af'c.ir'd hlio won't jret over it." That's a pity, cfrlainly." said Alice, with much sympnthy. I ftuciEs you'd think so That ere refitted bis DR UG STORE and just received a splendid and full slock of MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, JIFtt r series. fruit and Oriiiiniental 'I'rees, ROSES, i-noNA.s, HOI'SE PAINTS, OILS, VARNISH. DYE STUFFS, STATIONERY, Wliiuh he will gell for cash or ready pay as f'JIKAP as the CJFEAPfi.ST. Ife would pixrticulnrly call the attention of farmers to his lurge and fine block "f aiir? Mnrliiii Best Machine Oil at evening, by the 1'itchburg railroad. He proceeded at once to a. hotel, not wishing to intrude'upon his relatives at that hour, find took ;i comfortable sup- per. After thitf he read the papers and tlicn went for a leisurely stroll on Washington street. On his he passed Yin ton's well known es- t.tblitihuiunt, and it beinir a warm oven- ing decided to go in and have an iee cream. He accordingly oidcnsd one. and while waiting to luvc it served, ht-d .-in opportunity to look about him a litlic and take a quiet survey of the company assembled. These wore fhieflv l.idies. and to those who are at all fiimiliar with Boston ludits, I need not th.it the faces wore very well woifb looking at. Our hero's attention, however, was chiefly attracted by two younir ladies who sat at the table nearest his osrn. They were apparently the same age, which could not have varied much from eighteen. Both, too. were quite at- tractive in persona1! appearance. They were conversing together in quite an animated strain on a subjects. At length one said By the way, Emma, have I told you about the visitor we are expecting said the of her. It's a cousin from the county, who, I suppose, will he a perfect rufcfcic' in critter UM'd a o give five tjuarts of uiijk which d.-td used to sell to the uiilkuian for three cents a rjuart. Most half a dollar a day. clean gone." It is certainly quite melancholy. Ye'os, feuid Jerry, hesitatingly, Jooh- ing pei plcxrd When dlt Pays Intonac ntndy of the will keep any v, riter froui vulgar in point ot'stylc. Kvery heart has its cceret which the world knows n'M. arut Often- times we a when he in only sad. An or a wfeii-spcnt Sabbolh, has A direct bearing foreviil or the week following, and on the entire after life. 1 you arrive in Boston 1 Last night Where did you _ To liie Treniont House. up What du ym think The plaguy ftagc driver that took me there charged thirty-seven cents! I guess he seed that I was from the country, and wanted to cheat me." 1 believe that is the regular prieo." said Alice. Hhoo You don't though Guess For sale by S. ShinrmaB. of the Noitli- v. extern Kockfoi-d. 111. rij-Ml class in icfcpect. The I'ropn- etor h.is particular ntiention tn the propagation of fjpocr.lly ndupted to Mintie- ola Munev in torcM lintl ib than Also a large slock of PCRE WINES AND LIQUORS I fur medical purposes. Thorough and com- I patent clerks arc in attendance, nnd prc- i ser.plioiis will be promptly anil accurately i hll Ht all honri of the d-iy nr night. Si lire near the Post Office, Broadway, Albeit Lea, Minn. A. H. STREET. M. D.. a'-'I Anal} tical Cheiiaifat "lOK! LOOKT H. XGELKOTIJ, And_all kiiifit, of Musiuul Insuumcnti, Also Agent for Wm. Knnbe's 1'i-inos and Ksty'n Oigan1- Opera House Blocli, LA VIS RELIABLE 33. I3C. Arrive. Aunt in Rinisey St. Paul Ramsey, Austin McGregor 2-05 r. M. p. M. p M. Ramsey KAHT. p. M. St. Paul P. Ramsey p. M. Auslin Depart Mrtlregov A. M. p M. r. n. A. M. p. M. P. M. WINONA AND ST. rKTJJK HA1LWAV. GOING WKST OOlNd KAST. Winona dc A M ar v 8t Charles Rochester P M 5 Kasson Owatonna ar ar A M 4.00 de Bt. Pet.r 8-15 WEDGE BL.VCKMER, FHTSICIANS AXD SURGEONS, LUA, MlNNKSOTA. A. C. Wedge, M D. F A. Blnckmer.M. D. Office in the Union Block. A H. STREET, M. D., 'PHYSICIAN SURGEON. Office first door south of the Poat Office. Albert Lea, Minn, D1 E. S. GIBBS, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Minnesota. Office first door north of Post Office. PCTOR LKASE, VETERTNAKY SURGEON, horses successfully, no matter what the disease is. Office at A. II. Street's Drug Store, Albert Lea, Minn. JfnffUffince. tNSUUSANCE COM- PANIES, to-wit: ('Old Hllflford" and Pait- ot Hartford. And t'ue ity and COilti- oi New York, at Albert Lea by A. G. WEDGE. Fire risks taken at the Ion-eat fotsiiU rfitt, ond losses promptly Intureaagainsl loss or damage by lightning. THE LIFE INSURANCE CO., OP NEW YORK, to persons winking to insure thair lives. for table rntea of the diifurcut of Uiiied, of O- Local Agent, MESSRS, K, ABBOTT Sox, Would call attention to their new aii choice stuck just received AT No, t, CKNTRAL BLOCK, which are SELL- ing off rapidly. It comprises a full line o .H'.WELRY. CLOCKS, FINE WATCHES T.VOE.S, FANS Wp.LOW WARE, at prices which n're CHEAP crthan the ehe.iprst We cell KOKCASK, and are determined to lie undersold by n one, and are picparedto wavr.int every ar ticle represented or money refunded'. M'e are agents for the cclcbrut Morris I'ertcuted Spcctacle.3, nneqinilci for stiengtliening and pre.-' t-vingqualities C'OiME EVERY'BOUY AXD examine our goods, of which have no room to name hulf. and we shall be happi to show them, whether you BUY or not A. II. STREET, M. D., Having pur- chased prop- erty and es- labl i p h eil himself nt Uiia pladc, will nttefid in the line of his profession. ALL WORK WAR- R A NT ED to e complete fatisfuction. TEETH KKTBACTEJ) WITHOUT PAIN J> Olhce, at liis Drug Store, near the Post Office, Albert Lea, Minnesota. 'agou-JVIahers. .Manufacturers and Dealers in all kimis of of every description. These gentlemen be- ing long experienced in the businessi, and liaving erected a large Carriage House 24xUO feet, with BLACKSMITH PAINT .SHOf1 attached, are now prepared to do in line. Parties are invited to call and px.nmino stock and specimo'ns of before purchasing elsewhere Repairing done on short notice. Shop south of the Western Home hotel. Minn. plEO. DROMJIERIIAUSEN, Lie i v >T r Manufacturer of WAGONS. CUTTERS, AND SLEIGHS of every description. Repairing done to order and on the shortest notice. Shop on Mark street. Albert Lea, Minn. acainst cutting or carrying away tim- ber from 25, town 103, range 20, ns f >v ill prosecuto according to any per-on who shall commit n. 0, 0. And iK'iiler in kinds of FOJXETGN AND CLOTHS'. I tvislj 10 inl'orm tbe people of Frecboi County llial 1 will sell (Jloilis by tile vnrii ut POST for the next TH1JITY DAYS. I am provided with all the facilities for Cu t tin if ami Jtltt 'GKNTS' AND BOYS' GAK.MBNTS with neatness nnd dispatch, in tlie lates FALL and WINTKR STYLUS. All of which 1 do not hesitate to'pffy, wil be aold cheaper tlmn nt ixny other house in Uie County. seu me und I will do my best t jilcnse ypu. In my doih department I liavL- Puncy C'as'-inieiej, English Meltons. Ger ninn Ampi-iean Henver, and Broiu C'lotlis Albert lien, Jan :H, 1871. buj knouu to IJL' rchntile. fluiid in Vouv euvK'i iiS cuily nc J, S. Mlh 111 or (J-f your ordi'i-t, to C. L S.MITU, Albert Lea, Minn. Nt'IUSKBY. (One inilo of Dcpnt.; PARITY KICK rtjivn, MINN. HETT'S'? L1HBSAY. Proprietor. WHITE Trn ijiiJbijn 2 years old. hundred tlinn-un I of them fur Vehnible for anrl protection fm 1 nnd null; n gron-tli. very linrdy. me si densQ, beautiful and delicious foliage, distributed by bewitching "piny. Alulti'n ifs of and Evr greens t'lout number, -o O r arc limn ONE-HALF the nnli n.-iry rnt-'S. Catalogue, conlnininfr iniich iufnr mutton, mailed for 10 cents. Address PIXVEY J, 42rul Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., M'is. E. W. SPKAGUE Hi" lomoved to bis new .-tore, corner of Ito'idway nnd Main, South of botel. He I..IS TSSK JL.IISGEST STOCK of UK DRUGS, JUEDICIXEH. 'HANSON Takea pleasure in saying to his, niiincr ous frieniib and patrons that lie has openei a first-class TAILORING establishment, on the corner of WaBhingtoi and William Streets, where he will be ready at all times to RECEIVE CUSTOMERS and to attend to their stock of A large onr-liand, and SUITS WILL jpB MADE TO ORDER on the shortest ALBERT LEA, _ Cabinet Manufacturer of, and Dealer in all kinds of JUSf of Haying purchased the entire stock of J. 1 am nosr prepared to seH all kinds FURNITURE as can be bought west ofjlic Mis- sissippi. Among my stock nil) be found _ QVJNGiEES-. Of all description. ST7HEAITS, WASHSTAKDS, oc3.stteeicl.iEi, QUAiRTETTS, TEAPOYS, C Worktablos, Whatpots, Of all description, _ _. in fact found country 'urnituro Store, w AKo a large stock of Tobacco, 1'ifs, (if you want a good cigar, go to Sprague'h Fresh Garden, Flower, Fruit Herb. Tree Shrub, and Evergreen pie- paid by mail, with directions for culture. Twenty-five different packets for The SIK classes foi So 20.000 Ibs Evergreen nnd Tree Apple, Pear, Cheny, Grass Seeds: Beet, Ciibbtigc, Carrot, Tur- nip, and nil Vegetable nnd Flower Seed.-, in small or large nlso Small Fruits Sleeks, Bulbs. Shrubs Hoses, Ver- benas, by mail prepaid New Golden Handed Japan Lily, Pi iced Descrip- tive Catalogue scut to i.ny pli-.in uilJi ess. gialis Airi'iit? wauled, to Agtnt1-, Clubs and the tr.ulc. Scedii on Commission. T, _, i, >i "r- Froshauc, Phvsician anu .Surceon iV i i. C oftice ut E. Drug and Bool and herd Warehouse. mouth. Mifs. j Established in 181'-. KEROSENE. NEAT'S FOOT. every runpect. Such i'un us I expect to get out of him Oils. AYhiil is his name Jeremiah Ontliank. T cxpoct lie will want u.-- to call him Jerry." I The oilier youi-jj Isidy "His ti: ute is i u.-tlc !-hc i You ii.ust lie sure1 to C'ive nt" n ehnnre tu sue liini kocp him i I fell loyiurself. Al-.ie. j 1 el. n't intend to. T souic- Cit-c to epjoy (lir> fun lli) YIIU h'lw lie lo'ik-s? ''No: but I can iniasino. Tn firht jiLico. he in tn'l and not i ullUt In d.l ill-1- llulld.- t'i'lj. wc.irint; c< ulmlo ots a ft.II 'iiiL til' bhu'. SLWiiilow iln-ldrd v, iih br: b-.itloo-. v. h it d.< j t that picture Kinui.i sin: rtjjlicd. ih.it ifhe at anMvcrb jour pti< n hu be a <1( ciiic  v rose frnsn table iiiui li-i't the -tiic. Tbe younji b.iil li-tcno'l to iheir ponvero.it.ii n .11 
                            

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