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Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard (Newspaper) - June 14, 1877, Albert Lea, Minnesota S. S. EDWARDS N OGRAP3I E IE3 Toatott'ico, A LI LEA MINN. Rankers. H. D. D. B, P. H. D. BROWN CQ.'S BANK OF ALBERT LEA, MINNESOTA A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED. H. D. BROWN CO. BANKERS. REFESENCES: lit Sat. Bank, Avmtin. 1st Xut. IJnuk, St. Paul. ad Uauk. Chicago. 4th Nut. Uuuk, Saw York. Sltf THE mm BASK, TIion. II. ARMSTRONG, Hanker. ALBERT LEA, MINN, Boots a it ft Shoes. THOMPSONf TiLTOM Have just opened n new Boot Shoe Shop. WILL CONSTANTLY KEEP ON HAND FULL LINK OF "d. t; of whioh sold XADIKS' AND GENTS' FINE GOODS A SPECIALTY. GOOD FITS GUAH- ANTED, AND ALL WORK Repairing done on short nolice, and everything according lo contract. GIVE THEM A CALL. Broadway, one door north of the Webber House, Albert Leu Minn, Boot Shoe Store. O. TT. IV. I-. IVolson just received and will keep in stock largest assoitment of Boots Shoes of all kinds Tu be found in town. CUSTOM MADE WORK, Four or five workmen will be constantly employed, and orders for New Goods or for vtill be filled, cheap and on the nolice Broadway west side, Albert Lea, Minn. 8tf GIVE THEM A CALL. Maker and Tlepairer of Boots i Shoes. Shop on Clark street, north and oppo- of Wedgo Spiccr's Drug store. HRST-CLASS WORKMEN are employed. Repairing clone to order, cheap find on short notice. him a call. Albert Lea, Minn. I1AS REMOVED TtlE OLD PIONEER MEAT-MARKET! On Eait bide Broadway, first door south of THE PEOPLE'S STOKE. WITH INCKEASED FACILITIES FOU DOING BUSINESS, HE PRO- POSRS TO GIVE BETTER SATISFACTION! THAN EVER BEFORE. paid for Hides, Tallow, MEAT MARKET WILLIAM TUNELL Again calls attention to big FltfE MEAT MARKET, times, choice Where can be found at all cuts of Pork, Mutton, Sausage, AUo FISH, POULTRY, and WILD GAME in their season. BROADWAY, near Armstrong's Bank- ALBERT LEA., MINN. 17. ALBERT LEA, MINNESOTA, THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1877. NUMBER 24 M. M. DODGE, M. D., Office nud Residence tip Stairs over tho Pos ALBEUT LEA, r> C o-w Irtiidl TVE, 13 EC-LEGTIC PHYSICIAN AMD SURGEON TWIN LAKE CITY, MINN., Will treat till diseases to which -minikin.' is subject, to Ilio best of his ability. IXr [lowland bus made bpeciiilty of disertsdso Women and Children, und chronic disease of long standing. "By long experience au lust of the invoices bore date April 17. Mann WJIBreputed to b" insolvent. The defendants had BO no- lice of his insolvency until the last day of May. our spring chickens, bu for me. give me a setting hen, or rathe a ben that had hatched three brood down to s-kin ant been fed liberally until th bones are covered with flesh. When she is in condition, ready to begin lay ing. off with her head. You will hav the chicken flesh in its prime." At a recent meeting in which there was much religious interest, an old mai gave expression to his joy by shouting and continued it until it began to in terrupt the services. Brother II. sail lo Brother W., Go and stop that olc man's noise." He went to him ani, spoke a few words, and the shouting man at once became quiet. Brother II asked Brother W., What did you say to the old man th.it quieted him 61 promptly 'i Brother W. replied, asked him for a dollar for foreign mis sions." A man was taking aim at a hawk that was perched on a free near hib chicken-coop, when his little daughter exclaimed, Don't take aim. it go off by accident Why so asked the futher, 'Cause every gun that goes off by accident always hits somebody." Living and sloepinp in a room in which the sun never enters, is a slow form of suicide. A sun-hath is the most rcfreshiug aad life-giving bath that can possibly be taken. A saying in Homo is, Where the sun enters, i he physician never does." A poor gill sued a rich farmer in Mason county, Ky., some time ngo for a calf worth ten dollars. Tho passed through three different couits, nnd finally decided last week in fnvorol the girl. The costs in tho case were 8200. A poor lone Turk, who was travelinc' in this country, chanced to read several telegrams from the scat of war and ah editorial on the E.istorn He was sorely perplexed, and asked a Rus- sian friend where this war was. Then the two together studied the teli-grams and editorial, consulted Severn 1 of the war maps, and c.-iuic to the conclusion the fight was somewhere in Southern Africa. Who's that mat) nsked (heCztir of his aid, the other day, pointing to a chap with a chunk of hart) tack in one hand and a note-book in the other, who was hatvgrng arncrnd headquarters, eye- ing him rather closely. the that's an American newspa- per correspondent from Chicaeo" Shoot him at replied lu's'lm- pcrial Majesty, retiring within his lent. Care of Black Black garments catch than any others; and they soon become' defaced if people wear them.out iu the' dust, and come home and harigtlieui up in'the closet, dust and all; they 'soon grow gray nnd shabby-looking. Piiso .-.hake the garments briskly, letting ev-- ery particle of dusi escape lhat wi'.l then brush carefully with a half wortf handkerchief; this removes the dust from the serfaee Brush the dus< out' (if the fulds and plaits of dresses, skirts" itc. Stand near a window, so vou may shake the handkeiehief out tvery few moments. The nature of curn requires that the' cultivation should be deep and close to' the plants, before the plant blooms; after that time, disturb as little as pos--- sible. The man who lives right, and is- right, has DIOIC power in his silence than another has by his woids. Char- acter is like bells which ring out sweet muoic. arid which, when touched acci- dentally even, resound with oweet sic. The cucumber is naturally a and not a creeping plant, and it always- bears better when furnished a tush or trellis of laths and strings for it? sup. port Some brush, like those used lor btickinsr peas, laid on the ground around- the hill are better than no support-. The New Yoik Evening "If the people of .Minnesota have any regard for their credit here, they will vote in favor of this law fit the special election." "Small thanks petu- lent plaintiff to one of his witnesses "for what you in this case." Ah, replied the witness, "but just think what I didn't say One of the largest Sunday-schoc'is in the world is at Aintab, in "India. The number of the pupils amounts to A liiilegirl declares that she !l leels as thougli u headache had slipped down into btjbr neck." President Seelye. of Amherst college, has given all hi? b.-ilary, while n- Ropre- senutive in Congress from it setts, to the town of Amherst, to be ponded in laying Mdo walks through the villiige. lie will be known by his walks As well as That was a capital reply of the to its teacher when, in u lesson on nat- turul history, he was ai-ked, ''WheVe do we find the elephant The yiwnjr philosopher poddured fora ruo- mt'tils, and the smartly iinsworyt Why he's so big you couldn't- lose him." r ''Marp, I do not approve of your en- tertaining yniir sweetheart in tho kitch- said a lady to her servant. ma'am, it's very kind of you to lion it; but he's from the coutitry) you see, ma'aai.'und I'm trend too shy and orkard for you to like him to up it the parlor." An Irishman went to the theatre for the first time. Just ns flic curtain da-' scenijcd on the first act, a boiler in the biiscment exploded, and he was blowu through the roof, coming down in the next street. After coming to his scjises. lie askedf "An" what jiieee do rmt "I" Sionewall Jackson's cf He ".viis on-e of the most eous men imaginable. He neverpnssedl a lady on- the uticel, whether stranger or not, without racing his- hat. tOne hing I of never ookcd into a room lhat he happened to )ass when the dooi was even Jiy own." The wifij of a popufar preacher at he Temple Church, Load-on, invited several Hindoo studying for he bar to music, talk, und tea. They lid.not come. At last she asked the ervant whether no one had culled. No one, hu replied, but' ome minstrels, und of course turned Uieut awuy."
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