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Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard (Newspaper) - April 27, 1871, Albert Lea, Minnesota hEEBOBJ mm STANDARD, PUBLISHED EVK11T TUCRBDAT. Terms, Per Tear, In Advance, TUTES OF ADVERTISING 1 inch 3 inch inch 4 inch 6 inch j 4.0' ool. 4..10J col. O.oOl w I. on 2.50 1 col. 110 OOUS.OO -I n.lT> 2.00 ''A r.n The following, in addition to the above, be strictly adhered to: Vrofes.sum.il oards of five linos or loss will be inserted at per year; extra for each additional line. Local notices, ten cents per line for the first insertion, and five cents per lino for each additional insertion none taken under lifly cents. Editorial riotiros, inserted by request, %Yith a View to advertising business, fifteen cents per line. Religious and charitable notices, also notices of marriages and deaths, will be in- serted without charge. Legal and Government advertisements bu charged at cents per square for first ii section, anil A per square for additional insertion. Attorneys ordering in legal advertise- ments arc regarded as nccountnblo for the unless there is an agreement to charge the same to another party. Transient advertisements must be paid it'or in it'lviincc legal, when tUe affidavit, of publieation is given and others nuar- R'S. WEDGE BLACKMER, PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS, ALBKRT LKA, MINNESOTA. A.. C. M. D. F. A. Blackmer.M. D. OHicc in the Union Block. A. H. STRKET, M. D., PIIYSECIAN SURGEON. Office first door south of the Post Office. Albert Lea, Minn, R. E. S. CrlBB; PHYSICIAN AXD SURGEON, Minnesota. Ofl'u-e fn-t door north "of Post Othee. VOLUME 11. ALBERT LEA, MINNESOTA, THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 187L NUMBER 3. A. ffi Agents, G. WEDGE. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Land Collect ing Agent, Albert Lea, Minn Office in Uuion Block over the Drug Store of Wedgo Blackiner. Tins a complete, and the only, nbstruc of title to all lands in Freeborn County. Abstracts furnished anil certified to as required by law_; and titles perfected upon rensomible terms. jfnsttre fire! OLD, RELIABLE COMPANIES, REPRESENTED AT ALBERT LEA. BY C3r. 3D GME1. Agency of The Continental Life, ot New York FAUMS AND TOWN FOR SALE. A good Farm in the town of Mansfield, witli -lij acres under cultivation; 80 acres fenced a good stable, and granary. Six milus from the village of Video. 1'ricc per acre. Apply to A. ti. Wedge. A superior Farm of 200 acres, 1GO prai- rie, nud 40 of timber, with some improve- ments, at per aci-e. Land unsurpassed for quality. Apply to A. G. Wedge. One of the best, nnd tlit beat improved farm in the town of Carlston, miles from the village of Alden, Price low, and terms easy. Apply to A. G. Wedge. One of the best Business Blocks in Albert for sale at low figures, and mostly on long time. Apply to A. G- Wedge. A nice cottage House containing four rooms, with one ucre of ground, beautifully situated in one of the most commanding positions of South Albert Lea, will be sold greatly below cost. Apply to A. G. Wedge. Plea'-nnt resiliences in Albert Lea to be sold CHE VI', and choice toun lots for sale by A. G. Wedge. LEASH, V K T K R IN A 1! Y Treats MK.V '--fii the tlUu'isu i.-. OUice Drug Store, Albert l.ea St'JlOEOX, ly, no matter what :it A. II. Street's .Minn. -JOHN A. LOVELY, A T T O 11 X E Y A T L A W Office at tlie Court House. ALIiKRT LEA. MINX. fntrnrance. THK '1 INSURANCE CO. OTACY TYUER, Altornej1'. nt L.'iw. Notaries Public, Real instate and Collection Agents. COXVKYANC'IXG- of nil kind- accuraiely done, acKnovsledg- incnts takin. oaths, adminislcred, Taxes paid, Titles investigated. Lands and sold. Will pay particular atten- tiuii 10 colloel "urni-r Cl.u k ,md New ton St. Len. 1'. C STU-V, A.M. TVJU.K. OF NEW YORK, unsurpassed inducements to persons wishing to injure their lives. For table rates of (he different kinds of polieies issued, inquire of A. O. WEDGE, Loo.'.! Afiont, ALBERT MINN ATTORNKY AND COUNSELOR At :in't Not.irv Public. Uroadwnv Vrosse T J. HOGAN, WHOLESALE GROCER and COMMISSION MERCHANT General Agent for the different Powder Manufacturers. Ely's Single and Double Water-Proof Caps Patent Shot, Hogan's Block, Front Street 35yl La Crosse, Wis. COLTON W.IIELPLEY, Dealers in BOOKS AND STATIONERY, No. 10 Main Crosse, AVis. Agency for School Books, Smith's Araer- icau Organs, Prang's American Oromos, Howe's Se-ving Machines, and Lamb's Knitting Machines. 37yl LAXGDON, Wholesale Dealers in Foreign and Domestic WINES, LIQUORS, BOTTLED ALE, PORTER, No. 4, Front Street, La Crosac, _______ vfi PRICE CASH STORE. GREENWOOD CUTLER, Dealers in Dry Goods, Clothing, Yankee Notions, Karnnm's Block, Main Street, three doors west of Post Office, La Ciosse, Wis. CITY STEAM BAKERY, F. GUTCESELL CO., Front Street, La Wis. All kinds of Bread, Cakes, and Crackers at wholesale and retail. 87vl W.s HANSCO.M, Jobber and Dealer in BOOTS. S1IOKS, HATS. CAPS. LALIRS' FURS, ROBES, JJCCK Ac., At t'liiciipo Prices. Corner and Third Sto LA CROSSK, Alhort Leu, II. D. Fruit and Ornamental Trees, ROSES, I'KOXAS, HOUSE PLANTS For sale by J. S. Shearman, of the North western Nurseries, Roekforil, 111. a firs The Propri class stock in every respect. ctor has particular nttcntiun to the propagation o hardy sorts, ud.ipti'dto Mimic ota." Money invented in larc.it Kvorgrven and diseased" trees is uorsc than thrown Therefore, when vinnt trees or plants buy those known to be reliable. Hand it your orders in ly as possible. Adilros J. S. SUKAUMAN, or gi your orders to C. L. SMITH, Agent, Albei Lea, Minn. N OUTIIWESTKUX NURSEUY. COnc mile wast of KICK COUNTY, H2NEY LINDSAY, Proprietor _ WHITE BEECH Ten million seedlings 2 years olrl. On hundred tlionviml of them for Velunble for timber and protection fue find nuts n vapid growth, very Imrdy most dense, beautiful nnd delicious foliage distributed by bewitching spray. Multitudes of Forest Trees, and Ever greens without number. 2o Varieties. On prices are less tlinu ONE-HALF tho ordi nary Nursery rates. Large Descriptive Catalogue, containing much valuable infor niution. imiiled for 10 oonts. Address IMNXEY LAWKENCE, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., "VViti J- M. SULLIVAN. O. SEA11LK SULLIYAN SEARLE, Manufacturers Dealers in nnd ITALIAN MARBLE, MONUMENTS, GRAVE STONES, CKMKTKllY VOSTS and FUR- NITURE MAHBLE. All work done in the neatest and most ar- tistic iimnricr. Orders Iukc7i for Scotch Granite Monuments, manufactured in Ab- erdeen, Scotland and furnished at est possible rates, on six or eight mouths' notice. Cedar Street, North of Public Square. OWATONNA, MINN J. Van Douscn, Agent. W ILLIAM G. KELLAK, Albert Lea, Minn., lias tho Government Cold notes of Freeborn county. Office with A. G. Wedge, Union Block. II. BUTLER. f f Again calls attention to his fine BARBER SMMOP, Where all kincla of work will be fashionably executed in hif! line. Give him a call. Shop on Broadway, Albert Minn. 47tf Parties are hereby warned 5 Partes are erey warne S.JLP against catting or carrying away tim- from the section 25, town 103, prosecute according (6. shall commit trespass PARKER. LA.YD AND fOLLEfTIXG AGENT. procured nt my office. I.nt U''pt ou h.ind. Information by lette or ot lieru furnished gratis, [v-'i represent ftrst-cla'is Fire Life, .'ind Casually Insurance Companies. MSlttcksntithft. AN. J. HICK FORD, Would pu blic t call tlie attention of the hN facilities for BLACKSMITH ING HORSE-SHOEIXG Work done chenp, espcditioiihly, nnd i the most isf'jietory Give hiru call. Shop south of the Harrington House near Spring ALI5KRTLEV, MINN A RTHL'K M. TK1UG, t la, o l5Leixia.itla.ln gr, ALDEN, MINN. JLivery Stable. I am ready nt all times to supply orders for yingle or Double rigs, according to the wants of my friends. Stables near the Webber House, Albert Lea, Minn. GILBERT HARDEN, Puoniuiyroii. WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELBY PLATED WARE, ALBUMS, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, such as ACCOBDEONS AND VIOLIBS. YANKEE NOTIONS, In fact a coniplote stock of goods in their lino. Rodgei's best plated goods kept and war- ranted. These will be sold cheaper than at any other place in assortment of Spectacles on hand. All kinds of work in the Jewelry line done to order nud warranted. Broadway, Albert Lea, Minn. 47tf i, ABBOTT Sol Would call attention to their new and choice-stock just received AT No, 4, CENTRAL BLOCK, Owatouna, which they arc SELL ing off rapidly. It comprises a full line of JEWELllY. CLOCKS, FINE WATCHES, SPECTACLES, BIRD CAGES, FANS, WILLOW WARE, it prices which are CHEAP er than tlio cheapest. We sell FOR CASH, and are determined to be undersold by no me, aud are prepared to warrant every ar- icle as represented or money refunded. We are agents for tho celebrated Lazarus t Morris Perfected Spectacles, unerjunled or strengthening and preserving qualities. COME EVERYBODY AND xamine our goods, of which wo Lave not com to name half, and we shall be happy o show them, whether you BUV r nnt. U AXGE ELROTIl, Dealer in SC. HIMES, having purchased the stand recently occupied by G. D. Ball ns a JW WF (M 19M" (M Wi M JK fm. Mi M j Is prepared to supply his mnny 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 Hall's bank. Albert Len, Minn. JflJEMT! A good variety to be found nt all times at the old Market on Clark Street, oppo.fite Hall Burhans' store, Albert Len. Minn. A. H. McMlLLEN. Hotels. KSTKKN HOME. II. L. Proprietor, ALBERT LEA, MINNESOTA. TRAVELERS EXTEHTAN'ED, And Uonrders, by tho day or week, aerom- moda-ted. XLiXiXlSr 3E3 AND FANCY GOODS. MRS. A. M. TYRER [Ins now or. hand (lie stock of Mil- and Fancy Goods, LADIES' FL'RXr.SHIVr, -VXD TOILET ARTICLES, Ever offered in the count j. CVKRY NOVELTY OF THE SEASON TO BE KOt'.ND IN IIliR STOCK, vs. is selected uriiler her personal ision in Uiu Eastern Market, u iili u ieu i o Xl'JT ALL (.'LASSES. adltcre-i to the old inotlo of Ql [CK S.VJ.KS AND SMALL PROFITS. THE GOOD TUB COHIM HAS COME AT LAST. fittx-oet lias refitted his DRUG STORE! and just received a splendid full gtock of MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, PAINTS, OILS, VARNISH, DYE STUFFS, STATIONERY, Wbicli he will sell for cash or ready pay as CFIEAP as the CHEAPEST. He would particularly call the attention of farmers to his large and fine stock Lard, Whale, and Machine Best Machine Oil at Oils. Also a large stock of PURE WINES AND LIQUORS I for medical purposes. Thorough and com- petent clerks are in attendance, aud pre- scriptions viill be promptly ami accurately filled nt ul! hours of the day or night. Store near the Post Office, Broadway, A Texan's Wedding Tour. Among the many German emigrants tftnt from-'tniie to time lauded at Indian Point, on Matagorda Bay, on the coast of Texas, and proceeded inland for hun- dreds of miles to make a settlement on> the extreme frontier of that perilous re- gion, was a red-cheekad lass of Seventeen who, being an orphan and without rela- tives in the old country, had ventured over to try her fortunes in the new. But though without kin. Gentle Katy. as she was familiarly termed, was not without friends: and the same vessel that bro'ught her over had on board at least six strudy young fellows, who thought her more lovely than any other female they had ever seen. Gentle Katy cast her lot a new- ly-married couple, and with them went far northward, to settle in a beautiful spot on the green bank of the Llano. There, strange as it may there is no accounting for saw and fell in love with as rough and ugly a specimen of civilization as could easily be found in a region where the men have always been more celebrated for their pluck than beauty. Jank Hawksworth measured 'Blx feet and two inches; was rough in manner, blunt in speech, aud had never been inside of ;i school-house in his life; but he hud a good heart, and the courage of a lion. On one of his hunting excursions he came across Katy. and the result was mutual passion and marriage. Now then, my little said Jack playfully tapping the bride's chinr with his long, brown, bony I've :ot the bird, ye see, and wants the :age to put it in. I'm agwine to get the cage; so jest you stay here quiet till I come back." In her imperfect English. Gentle Katy managed to inrjuire how long he would be gone, Jack assured her'4 it wouldn't be a thousand years." the manner described, and. with only now and then a brief rest, continued the same hurried pace 'till near sunset, when he came upon the previous nigHt's- camp of the three Indians, showing that tints far he had gained upon his ene- mies. With the wildest anxiety of hope nnd fear, he now made an eager search for the foot-printe of his little wife, and when at length he found them, vfliere she had dismounted and been se- cured to a tree, thus proving that her Hfe had so far been spared and he had taken the proper eoursc, such contend- ing emotions of joy and rage took pos- session of at the discovery, An otd Aceuunt. A. rough looking specimen of human- ity was cruising through Chatham street, New York, not long since, when he- came plutnply upon a sjgccinichi of Kis race, about whom there' no mistake. Without a word of warning, th'e-rougfii knocked hiiu sprawling into the guttof. Picking himself up, and taking, his claret 'r faucet between his thumb and' finger, tlie Jew demanded' an And all kiiulb of Musical Instruments. Alco Agent for Win. Knahc's niul Esty's Organs Pomeroy's Optra Hout-e Block, LA CKOSSK, Vi Tailors. B. H. SKAUG, And Denier in all kinds of FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC CLOTHS SUMMER IS COVING, New goods, have come, and with them ne Styles. I am provided with all the facilities for Cutting and GENTS' AND BOYS' GARMENTS with neatness nnd dispatch, in the latcs SPRING AND SUMMER STYLES, All of which 1 do not hesitate to sny. wi' be sold cheaper than at any other hou.-c in tlie County. Call nnd see me aud 1 will do my best t please you. :o. n Albert Lea, April 12. 1871. H. A. HANSON Takes pleasure in saying to his numer ous friends and patrons that he has sueced Mr. II. Hanson in the TAILORING Buiness, nnd will keep a FIRST-CLASS establishment, on the corner of Washington and William Streets, where he will b ready at all times to RECEIVE CUSTOMERS and to attend to their wants. Call nnd sec him and ho will do Uis best to please you. DOSE, OR SUITS MADE TO ORDER on the shortest notice. ALBERT LEA, MINN Geo. WliUmnn selling all kinds of MERCHANDISE -A.ld.oxx, REGARDLESS OF COST! .'11KAP, TIIK PL Firbt floor uorlh of Union Block, ALBKl'.T. LEA, MINNESOTA. Rods. JSncouraped by the nnprecfntpd success which I h.ive met n-ith in the pole of LIGHTNING fortably, and then retunid for the pur- pose of removing his bird to his caye. I Kut judge of his anguish on finding that Katy was lost tn him ever. The young couple with whom i she had made her home in the wilder- ness were almost frenzied with fear and tribulation. They tnld him. with wringing hands, anil tearful eyes, that i Katy had the day before gone over to u little prairie
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