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Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard (Newspaper) - July 20, 1870, Albert Lea, Minnesota ALBERT LEA, MINiqpSOTA, THURSDAY, JULY 21, 1870. NUMBER 15< FREEBORN WTY STANDARD, KVBBT TIIVESDAT. Terms, Per Tear, In Advance, RATES OF ADVERTISING. -Tho following will be strictly adhered to.: 1. KeltgiouH charitable as also noticed of hiarrhtgcs and deaths, will be inserted char-go. 2. Legal and Government advertisements Trill bo .charged nte squnre for the first 'insertion, nncTSTJ cents) per e for each additional insertion. 3. in legal ndvcrtiac- ments'are regmded ns aocounmble'for tlie SAHXO, unless tlwvc an eminent to charge the same to ant ther 4. Advertisements ificd time will be published until forbid, ami _ 5. Transient adverti9Omentsmust.be paid for in advance legal, wlien of publication ir givon and all others quar- terly.____. Time Tables. SOUTHERN MINNESOTA RAILROAD. West. Going East, Wells nrjive p. m. depart ft. in. Alden.'" JKTO.. Oakland" p. m. a. m. Ramsey do 2.40 p. m. arrive 12.10 p. m. Trains connect at Itnmsej with Milwau- kee and St. Paul Railroad for all points North and South. Stages connect at for JJltie Eartl' City, Winuclmgo City, Fair- mont, Spirit Lake, Foi t Dodge-. Jackson, And EathorviUe. S'ngos leave Wells imme- diately on rival of tr tin tor Blue Earth City and Winucltago City, carrying passen- gers through I be evening, and ing connectmj- trains morning. "Passengers from IHueEattli and Wincebngo. going by this route arrive in St. Paul or McGregor in fourteen, And Chicago or Mil- waukee in twenty-four hours. Purchase tickets at stations before en- tering the a discount troni the icg- uUr train prices. A. F.-Coui.Tut, j d "Supt. Western Division., Tnoitpsox, Gen. Manager. JLantl Agents Attorneys at Law, Notaries Public, Rea Estate and Collection Agents. of 'ml KincUvaceurixte1y'4.one( ackiSowlodg taken, administered, Taxes paid, Titles investigated, Land bonglji ojhd Will pay pai lietflar tioU collecting. Corner Claik and Newton St. Albert Lea E C. STACY, A. M. LAWYERS AS.D LAND AGENTS. Have a complete und perfect Abstiact o liwfidg in Fiocborn county. J. LoVin.Y, A. G.'liY'Kri Albeit Lea, 912 F RKDER1CK COCHRANE, ATTORNEY AND At Law, and Notary Public. Broadway Albert Lea, Minnesota. 9 2' LAND AND COEIECTING AGENT. procured at my office. Lot pints kept on hand. luftmnation, by lette: or otlieiwise, iurnished gratis. represent first-class Fire Life, and Insurance Companies JFustrwrncti tal RS. A. iV. JOI1XSON pleasure in Baying ILaJt she wil contlmtc1 her OUics'tn f. PAUL KAlLrt'AI trn'niion the "Milwaukee Jind S. Paul Railroad- arrive and depiu t daily, Sundays exccpted, as follows CO1VO 1VJ.ST. Arrive. Austin Ramsey St. Paul Ramiey, Austin McGregor 2-05 p. M. P. M. Austin I. M. Ramsey eoiuo P. M. St. Paul P. Ji. Ramsey r. M. Austin Depart. 3'cOrcgor M. P.M. n. 8-87 M P.M. p. M. W1KOKA AND ST. PETER RAILWAY. GOIXT! FAST. ar p x 1U30 A M WF.ST HVinoria
PttwJ- Rov. George W. Prescott has re- ligned the. State, Siiperjntondoricy, and that position is vacant for the present. i ------j, ...v Jo you sit out tlje long crmoiiH of that minister "My dear. Juseuutoin me to eternity." was the ment tho policauian was past interfering with us, and producing a piece of stout black cloth, he applied the rule thereto. I holding it against the shutters while he set out "three and a half by two" thereon. This done, he cut it within two inches- of the-; measurement all around; and. then produced a treaclo- pot from hifl pocket, he smothered one side of the cloth with treacle, and de- j siring me to hold it. he mounted tho sjiop'door, so to speak, again; ami I gave htm the cloth, which he immedi- ately clapped OH to the skylight, the twaele making it adhere firmly to tho gloss. looking at his watch, he Jty Gosh 'he'll be here this min- ute and away ho walked. A glance behind us, as we turned the next cor- ner. Not yet in sight. We stopped and bdl the policeman came not. My friend in uttered "an oath, ad- I'll go. Come along; but keep your weather eye open I" And off we went. Perhaps h geated watching ua I ug- idoa was discarded as thnfc one saw." We amvtd flt od again, aud drove u strinij (brooch bole in the cloth. Than he ran Djond round (ho of the glats. A gontle pat, acid it gave way. Now I tnw the use of. I he cloth alia the' stiiiig. He hold the glass by the string, and ho let it down into the fchop, 'jnd prdJBJcing a long-tihitjifd- pad, he Inid it along the bottom of fanlight to cover 'the glass edgo, and threw one into the e.tt astride of it i fc uio." rnnttprt-d, amt- ducked hi.-> head uudar tJJp Butbajore could dr.-itr tiv the other leg, J mounted the l.iddcr. seizin''; it. gave him a pull wltich kept him going in. at the 'amc time yplliti" "Police! Murdoi! Policef" the top of my voi'-e. And lo behold the polic-ciikan appeared at the comer that moment A horrible oath fiom within, a pistol-bullet whitt- ling past my head, and I run for death and hfc. I did not till I found iiijself in Broad Mrect. In tho next day's papor I saw the account of the capture of a b.ursrlar hy a policcm.in, who bad ivatchcd tica burglars from the earner, and saw one enter the ami the older leap up the w.ill Jilce a giab at a disappear- ing kg. nnd y.-U and run. The one who was caitdit got scvetr years' p'iiiiiUervitude; and -The po- lice are vigilantly, tliough as yet un-ucrtfc'-iully. for the other, who1. itappc.ns if- a tlu-pcra4e They never caught, him. A few yoai-8 ago a little fellow takfn bj his father to n carpenter, to boiui'l ajijjrcutiVe to him, after tJu fafih- lon c.i times. In settling the the niaj-tcr. who was nne of'the stiff kind, observed buy, 1 sup- pose you can cat most anything, can't you? I .tlways. in.ike niv boy.-'live on what they don'l like." I ijvc every- thing but mince-pic and apple-pic instant reply. was tiic bo Sam-------lived on tho kinks of the Dclcw.ire. and a mighty hunter. He was >vith a degenerate son, no predilection for his fath- ci'" pursuits One day Sum's pationco gave out euiircly. and'he exclaimed, in the bitternoss nf hi-s mortification, Cniv Tom. if jou'ro not gcttiri' perfectly worthier; von'H neither hunt nor )1 bf h-ingcd if I don't MinJ j-ou to i pleas-nt item for tobacco fn one often sees Mjme perponsv in picking up- bits of cigars v, hich have been dropped by smokers. Waitos at thp cafes get (ptitc a revenue hy tue refuse of cigars found under the tables, and which they s-ell to thobc who the busi- Thr> g-aflierer and the purchaser of these bite reticch with his harvest tit some secluded spot, and with a sharp knife cirefiilly hashes the cigar-ends in- to minute fragments It isVhcn put into little boxes or mado up into pack- ets, and pold-at a cheap rate. Two or three hundred persons in Parbi are de- to the bubinebs cf oicking up ci- girs. After a verdict had been rendered a late trial in Austin county, Tex., the1 addressed the jury in this way: By your verdict you have said the" accused is guilty of no crime. Your verdict being contrary to law, contrary to the evidence, and f0ntrary to the charge of the court, tho court disap- proves of your action in the strongest possible manner. It Is by such ver- dicts as this upon the part of petit ju- rors, that Texas has been brought intw disrcpufc among the other States of the Unio i." Sir A-------. of F-------, was a joker. He once represented his town in tho Legislature, and on his way to the capi- val stopped to dine at a hotel- On pufc- iinp on his coat to start be bad much diUk-nlty in working into it Some one remarked the tailor had givpn hint a light fir. _ wad "the last representative from our town max a that smafor fjinn It ap- pears that they had a legislative coat in F-------, which each representative" filled in turn. When A------wim nom- inated they forgot his rotundity of son. A traveling insurance Agent had been explaining, to a western pioneer (he achantaqe of an insurance policy. Path-finder a moment in grave silence, nnd then said: Sec here, mister, I have lived out in this country now twenty-five years, and J bueked-agin most all they've stared, but darn me cf I want to play a jrame where you have to die to be nt the bank." A clergyman having called up a of girls and boys, began with one of former with these wolds My child, tell me who made your vile body S'ho had 110 idea of the question apply- i.ig to more than her personal ance. and dropping a quick courtesy, replied Please, ut umtJie: made the body, but I made the skirt." Billings twys Give the devfl his duett" roads well enough in a pro. verb but what Will become you and m-j if this plan is carried out A schoolmasters must be separated from vicious Imbils grain from threshing. Tho f-toiy of a uiiin who a tb.il be couldn't blow it out pnnpowdcr. it, s.tid'Ui be a lio.ix. .NFWSPAPFRf
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