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Freeborn County Standard, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1877, Albert Lea, Minnesota KV1U1Y Jean In Advance. 93 0 7.00111 SO 3.00'18 7.00 o.oo it; OOj2Q. 00 20 oo ao 00 50 (10 O.l D. it. Hinus D. BROWN CO.'S iffi OF ALBERT LEA MINNESOTA A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED H. D. BROWN CO. BANKERS. BXJXBENCES: Bank. AuiiHn. 1st Nut. Bank, St. Paul. >J Chicago. 4th Nut. Bunk, New Yurk 34tf TOE (JOliXTY BAA'K II. AUMSTROMJ, Banker. lilBERT LEA, MINN Boots ami Shoes. I.' Maiiiifncturcr of o-tsi cfc Rtpxiring done to order. Leather fo All at ihc lowest price1-, warrant to give perfect sal Kfuclion. Shop on cast side of Hroaihvay. ALBERT LEA MI.N> "THOMPSON TILTON Have just opened a new Boot Shoe Shop. WILL CONSTANTLY KKhP ON HAND A FULL LINU UK Ota. 01: OTTS. Goods, all of which will be sold cheap. LADIES' AND GENTS' FINE GOODS A SPECIALTY. GOOD FITS GUAR- ASTED, AND ALL VTOKK Repairing done on short notice, am According to contract. GIVE THEM A CALL. Broadway, one door north of the Wcbbe House, Albert Lea Minn, Maker and llepairer of Boots Shoes. on Clark street, north and oppo Wedge i Spicer's Drug store. mST-CLASS WOEKMEN are employed. Repairing done to order, cheap and 01 notice. him a call. Albert Lea, Minn. Hues. A. JI.SQUIEU. CITY EXPRESS DRAY LINE. D.nla in and SOKT COAL. Also Scnsoiioii Wood. Orders left on the slate nt Lincoln Bros to at once. MALLEKY BUGS. Arc prepared to start their 1033 -W-A.C3-O for tlie season. Orders solicited BABBITT NOBLE, -A. f 3M E3 3XT JFOJZ orders on the slnte at A. K. John- or Kansom's. JLatvyet'8 A. JAMKH H. PAIIKKR LOVELY PARKER, in Hewitt's Block, up stairs. 1st door. ALBERT LEA, __-..- 0. STACY. A. M. Txnra. STACY A TYRER, Uorneyg nt Law, Notaries Public, Real EsUte nnd Collecting Agents. CONNEYAKOING adcurntely done, acknowleilg- afcen oatlis administered. Taxes paid, Tilles investigated, Lands bought and seld. Particular attention paid to collection. Clark and Newton Sis., Albert Lea HUMAN BLACKER, rAivrj ALBERT LEA, MINX. JOHN ANDERSON, JLT 11, AAV ANi> NOT.1KV 1'UUIJC Wedge Spieer's Drug Store, ALBEUT LEA, MINN. L.EA MINN attention giren to collections Short time notes and mortgages purchased o5tt' VOLUME 17. ALBERT LEA, MINNESOTA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1877. NUMBER 44 TOE POOR MAN'S FRIEND. Go to Honest Abe's for HATS, CAPS, AND GENTS FURNISHING GOODS- THE CHEAPEST STORE UNDER THE SUN. V GUILD CAN BUV AS CHEAP AS A MAN. CLEAN GOODS AT PRICES WHICH DEFY COMPET1TON FliOM EVERY ONE WE MANUFAC- TURE OUll OWN GOODS THEKKfOHE CAN SELL CHEAPER THAN OTllKRS. Only 033.0 WHICH IS THE LOWEST. ALL GOODS SOLD CHEAP. Opposite Scotland's sklu Broadway, Albert Len, Minn. Established in 1-865. S. S. EDWARDS Photograph Hooms I3roixil .vay, opposite PostofRce. Oil In the LATEST STYLES, uml at REA- SONABLE I'ttlCKS. ALBERT LEA MINN B. PJHALL, M. D., PHYSICIAN SURGEON, SHELL ROGK, MINN. Office ut the Shell Rock Hotel M, M. DODGE, M. D., PHYSICIAN I Office and IJenUlcuec up Stjira over tho Tost OIllCU. ALBERT LEA, MINN. DR. A. II. STREET, OVER THE DRUG STORK, South of Post Oflicc, Albert Lei, Minnesota. OR. DE M. CRANQALL, :E: T i OiTiee over Wedge Wiilfsbcrg's store, Albert Lea. Flour Teed JOHN DEALER IX FLOUR, FEED, BIIAX, OATS, CORN, OAT-MEAL, At Lowest Market Price. Clark Street, near corner of Broad- way, Albert Lea, Minn. CASH PAID FDR CORN AND OATS A. J. BALCII, Having rented (lie finu i-hop, formerly by A. is now prepared to
Newspapers; are to the civiliifea vorld what the daily house talk is lo he members ofthe family; tln-y mr daily nitcruslo in olhur. avc us from the evil.-, of To ive ns a uicmbfcr of the W iilc ace tint has filled Kurope stid c.-i, arid colonized or deceive themselves luortf tl'aii ih'V deceive others. They tuny feel great complacency in view of tho success of thoir doings but they are in reality cnstintr a mitt before their own eyes. pcisnns not oniy make a false estimate of their own character, but they estimate falsely the opinion's and conduct of others. No person in obliged to tell he thinks but both duty and self-interest forbid him ever to make false pretences. One reason why many people do not get along in (he world is because they cannot be depended upi.n. They do not keep their agreements. VVbeu they arc weighed in the balance of ac- tual affairs they arc often found want- ing. They nre seldom on lime. workman ivho is always on hand at toe? appointed time and place, and does his woik according to agreement, is sure to get along To a young mechanic start- ing iu life the habit of punctuality worth more than a dollars cash a thousand dollars is not to lie di'Spictd. The trust-worthi- ness of the f.iiiliiui workman produces money, but the untrust woithiness of the unfaithful one eaut-ps him ta lose money This is an everlasting princi- ple. He who would be permanently prosperous must keep bis engagements. The sweetest thing in Pretty faces If all the year were playing holidays, to (-port would be as tedious to worbj but when they seldom come., they are wished for. Vanity is onr dearest weiikness, fir more tenses than one u man will sucri- lice, and starve out all his inclinations to keep alive There is nothing evil in life for him who- lightly comprehends that death is no evil; to know how to die, delivers us from all subjection and constraint. Like many virtues, hospitality is prnciticcd in its ctioii by the poor. If the rich did iheir share, how would the woes of this world be lightened Too much attention cannot be be- stowed on that important, yet much neglected branch of knowledge of man's ignorance-. The Italians that he who offendV never fjrgives Tacitus gives the ren-J son for it. It is, he says, because tt C.IUSCH of hatred arc tha moro violl the more unjust they are. Prejudice lurks in .hidden all minds over which not shod itftpeuetraiing lighj judioe is niuiity the sea His prnyer G-od'j uiy bout is BO suinljj ocelli so wide." Does not this" "u-l prayer truly express the of ouch of ut'!
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