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   Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard (Newspaper) - January 12, 1871, Albert Lea, Minnesota                                VOLUME 10. JANUARY 12, 1871. NUMBER 40 Time Tables. 80CTHEUN MINNKSOTA RAILROAD Going West. Ooing Bas tVinnebago ftr p.m. depart a. m TV oils depart p.m. arrive m Aldon do p.m. Al t.ea Oakland" p. m. p. m Jliimsey 2.UO p m. p. m Xa Crosse 8.10 a. m. arrive p m Connects at ('ro-tse with steamboat for all points on the upper and lower Mis hissippi liver: also with trains on Mil waukec and St. Paul Railway to and from Milwaukee, Chicago, and the East. At p'ttU'itain, with stages for Cbatfieli aud Pre-Mon. At Himacy. with trains on the Mil wan hceand -St. Paul Railway, to ftnd from 81 Vanl, Minneapolis, Mtvnkato, St. Pater Piiluth. St. Cloud, and McGregor. At Wells, with stagos for Winnsbago Citv, Blue K.'U-th City, Fairmonnt, ant Jackson. CLARK W. THOMPSON, General Manager. J II. OVRDNKR, Superintendent. PHYSICIANS imr.HT LEA, A. C. Wedge, M D. AND SURGEONS F. A.Blackmer.M.D. Othcc in the Union Block. ,4 H. STUEET, M. D., "PHYSICIAN SUUOKON. Office first. door soutU of tho Post Office. Albert I.frt, Minn, E. S. GIBBS, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Geneva, Minnesota. Ofiicc first door north of Post Office. Try TO n LEASE, V" K T K 111 N A 11 V SURGEON, Treats horses successfully, no matter what the is Office at A. H. Street's Drug Storcj, Albert Lea, Minn. Hotels. HOME. II L. Pvobinson, Proprietor, Al I5EHT LEA, MINNESOTA. Coai tiers, by the day or week, accommo- dated TRAVELERS ENTERTAINED. fur all points stop at the door. HOUSE. (.'ImtbMin .itroet. Austin, >finn. J. A. M FLECK. Proprietors. Singes leave this House daily for all poinli. Uoo'il stabling uttentive hostlers. (7 13 I. ft t'roKfte .Ittvertisetnmtg. Established JJ HOG 1VHOLKSALE GROCER and COMMISSION MERCHANT. Gciicrsl Agrnt the iliffcrBtlt PowUsr Ma lufacturers. Ely's Single nnd Double Water-Proof Putent Shot, Kogan's Block, Front Street, 2ij 1 Ln C'rosse, Wis. AG. VVKDGK. ATTPRNT2V AT LAW, j Lund Collecting Agent, Albert Lea, Miuh. Office in Union Block over the Drug of WeUle Hug a completle? and the only, of title to all lauds in Freeborn County. i Abstracts furnished and certified to is required by lawj and titles perfected upon reasonable terms. PAH. J. Would cull the attention of the publie to his facilities for BLACKSMITHJjSfO "in caliT "Shop south near .Spring Lake. ALBEKT LEA, 1 A. I "I TORNEY AT LAW1 Office at tho Court House. A T -OX AND COW BELL FACTORY. 8 UNDERWOOD'S Rerfl Attorneys at Laiv, Notaries Public, Estate and Collection C O N V E Y.AN CINQ 'of all kindsl'aec'itrately monts'faken, oaths Taxes paid, Titles investigated, Lands bought nnd sold. Will pay particular lion to collecting. J Cornoi- Clark uud Newton St. Albert Leai F ftEDEUICK COCttrtAN'lE, I make to order) bells of all styles. Have also in connection with thig. a black- smith shop, and -will do Hit kinds of black- smithingin a manner unexcelled. Poi ticu- lar attention given to hoi be-shoeing Sat- isfaction gUKranWed, Shop, corner of Clark and Washington streets, Alert Lea, Mian ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR j At Law, and Notary Public. Brofcdvvay, 1 Albert tbix, MlnnesotA. 3p4 i J t f X HD. BROWN, LAND AND COLLECTING AGENT. procured at my office. Latu >Vals Itjtpt on amui. 'Information, by It tier or oyierwiso, fucnisjked gratipf-i I I.N-ie'u represent first-class Fire, 'u, and Casualty Insurance Companies. ALDEN, MINN. WA8H8TAND3, Markets. A D. B.VLL, v g tr. s Having just opened a JEJiT vfTvf JR JK T, s prepared to supply his many fricndsi with choice einsvai the, Jrotei complete, supply Via be kfpt constantly pn land. Shop on the corner of Broadway and William St., opposite Hall's bank. Albeit Leu, Minn.  Call and f. MRS." A. M Tr'ltL'R. Albeit Lea- Mien. prove thuy profit by the experience of others; should procure and scad e-elucft- tional woikx. each as Page's Theory ana Practice, Ifoiljrook's Normal Wethorjp, Wickersham'a Works, and, above all. 'we, as ofMinuaseu, ought lo sub- scribe to our own. educational journal, "The Sfinnesota if to no other, He said: What would bu thought of a plir- sicinn who lubseribcd to Donujdicul journil, or did not daily resort to his me'Jical woi kf) but, instead, perambulated tho drove fast hordes, and visited tiie BBloocs' He would soon lose his practice, as he de- served to do. Tr-schcrs should attend every Institute within their teach, profit by them. Some would say, I will not attend the Institute i I know quite much, or more, than the instructors; they can teach uie Bolliing HIM? Suchrfr- sous would be 1-ft far behind, they oupiit to be; and would soon bo iiiirt'? years be- hind the tiraes, and would, or o'ught to be, for those who aic willing to pace with the wheels of time and improve- ment. True teacher-i must this cannot be otherwise there is nothing that quickens mental nciivjiy Ijj-g hiteieour-c 1 with young and iiqniring minds. an-i every true teacher will incite pupiia to in- Huire. nnd think deeply, Of- the n-ony Won- I ders that surrounr) tlirm. sbOUlj p fin object, or oral, each day. i to Tva ,YMJd iuproie it rfe.iull.vj evctj-lJi.'ng cheerful, flrtf wiion tin- pclinlaif -cotjr> in. the n itb snni' and a picai-ant woid. If idp? ur.- n linle HUcr> take the broom auJ nvocp i( (hey W- -to Uunk that tho tMeker intends tu huMj thinga uwa, ucd they will scon piidc in h Vou can Lubita of neatness only I..y being nc-st ro If u boy into tcliool iatp nnd trampjncfiote iho dw 10 at, jutt fol- low tiic-fc uniuhj lonfs with your he i rcbul) y not do ona t if In- if he did n hin, h'jA. A out at the t-jp scuolai. If u to n-ulk quietly to tl.ut and ispcr :n car j tui- n )10f show cr to h fore n) olc them Ho thought mow of in school only be- between the ifko i ho een the ana i ho s.i.uiur ctnceiucJ. A sliOfllJ ,13 find W Hn you maku a rr-quc-Er ro eac ay. Auv ingenious teacher could do this t'uov -t n 5nd the matctial to r-sko up fjla Ury br bnpait i'piLt and intt-r-s' Aside from the knowl- M Xo ASONIC Slur Lodge, 20, A. V A. A M., bus regular cvin- tuuuicaiious ut Albert Lea on the second idfouith WyduevluTS of t-acb muiiib. H.'D. BKOW.V, W H. A G. WELIGE, 7 G. TJ n. "XT ES TE- O Alnert Lea, Minn lias the Government Geld notits e'f eounty. Ofi-cc -with A O Wcdire. Cnir.n Hlock riom nny of the natnrul phy. physiology, .istronoti v. h means of which we-might "u! to our r thctn exceeditiirlr._________ edge thus obtained by the pupil." "wouYJ create a life kmg intr-rest in tbo school Give pupih Bon.c to honr> to I heir parents thU would be Joun-' a ?r  ,t) j If u bov ac fBoncg iint, but fiini, orrr-.To n coin- hongh hud 'J.'- bcv vou fie'hid 1 'HIT cr Ulli i.y o eoting h.m to-spend that i: is u-it feT his i, li.-i i he njLI desist. -p..J train gorj.1 i wa duo ?f .e'-vearing. H v.lll Ti-J-y lip! to follow uixa through life. As. tLe Ley ;s trained, will the mar, Jj. therefore it is of su pyi thAl ac-u.re correct hab- "'r'1 tc-'-o! Tiaci. pupils habit of iioiiclualiiy. By all moans im- I hi ir trends the necessity of v.tys to in urae, and prompt callrf 0C, thought tardi- n-.-s int Lion common fault of curschools; and TTO, F.I tcachp. could aticdt lo Uip truth of ti..s statement and this] If tin cc IT.CL !u Lea j'grccd Lo at a cut-iln hour to cOL.ebusjnew, he eoui i assert, ct-riaintj-, thai two of woull have to -o: the third. Qf he and if Ke to inret a man at a certain hour, nnd n.an to COC-P to time he no-'M net ;.ve n i.utr; for him, for had lio sipht to raluuble time; a v ou d Jo thjc u-ns VTOIT than dole hi- fir the rrcney might br- tirao He was lihvnys when lie hi aid of the cars le.T.rg K rnan it EijrLt, perhaps teacX biai in runcl-nality. It olwars did 3l.u..., i teacher, while she is thus fcr tLc to Ecc n 7nRn rucninp after law o for r. f1. cimt. i.ut t- it. wi1' m !lti .in reputa- w ,1 estiiblishruunt, on the corner of Washington and where ho will be ri-adv at all to and KECKlVE to attend CUSTOMERS A large to their stock of on 3UITS WILL RE TO1 on the shortest uotico, M1NN of goods, which ho will offer LOWER THAX J Came and see roy new itock. You can Oxx e> tihan any otbor place. Komcmbcr that ALDEN, July 14, 1870. oniJrtK U good house, containing 12 rooms, situated in the Railroad Ad- ition to Albert ftertf cheap. In- cjuirc at the oflice of A. G. WEDGE, 20tf Union Block. o. Grocer and Dealer in Green, Dried, tuul Canned Fruits, ohoip.ab aiid liquors, No. 28 Bridge Street Qwatonnn, Minn. L_____fa NDRSERT. Propagator of Hardy Seedling and graft- Apple, Crab, Fruit, and Ornamental Trees, Bulbs, Vjmes and siniHT Friiils. Nursery in Faribault, Eice County Min- T TO 15 BOOKS BOOKS large lot of and suitable holiday gifts arid for general read- O> Also a 0 FVieo, 30 cents per quarter. Comf 1 f Jt R ABFOTT CLOCKS JEWELRY A complete nnd well lelcctcd slock kept astnntlyon consist iair of first-clase Jewelry, Clocks. Plated Ware, Al- bums, Violin Sliings. Fishing Tackle, Cut- lory, Yankee Notions. riie.ip as the Cheapest Repairing promptly done; all work warranted. Broadway, Albert Lea, "Minn. 8-23tf of art Address Delivered Be- fore (be Teachers' Institute in Al- bert Ira, Kov. II, I-SJO, by Prof. D. B. VMlson, State Superintendent ot Public Iiistrucliou. BY MISS K.M.MA WALKER Prof MESSRS, II, ABBOH Sox, Would call attention to their new and choice stock just received AT No, 4, CENTRAL BL which they are SELL It a full line cf RD CAGES, FA.NS, WILLOW WARE, at prices which are CHEAP er than Ihc cheapest. We nell -TI FOK CASH, f and are dttcrmined to be undersold by no one, and are prepared to warrant every ar- Cicle ap represented or monvji re funded. We are agents for the celebrated Lazarus A Morris Perfected Spectacles, unequaled for preserving qualities. I COME EVERYBODY AND SKamine our goods, of which we have not to namu half, and we shall ba hnppy "to show them, whether you i BCY or not. r pur- chased prop- erty nnfl es- t a b 1 i F h e cl himself at this place, ness in the line of hie profession. -ALL WORE WAR- RANTED to TEETH EXTEACTED WITHOTTT PAIRf ni his Pnig Store, near thn 1'o't. r Hin. W.lsoa said that it tva? with some smncnt he appeared b.-forc to- the contlemfn who hnd preceded him hurt undoubtedly given us pome very ulilc lectures, and the members of the siitute must be e-xtrcnuly from the exercises of the week. liml not cume before us with a finely prr-- parcd lecture, but moie-ly to tulk to us plainly, m teacher? and irt introducing tin1 cubjoot, it is well. perli'ips. to take a re-trovpcctive view of our Stale, lo how she' hud advanced in ihff c.uise of education. Minnesota v.'as jet in its infiincyr but twelve yeais since she iv .is admitted into the T'nion-. During tlioso twelve yeai hail mndc rapid in (lie c.iubo of pilnc.ition in tin" time she established three Normal Scliools, all in working order; two of tiic-n occupj ing splendid which arc the pi ulu of the State and the envy of older States We have a State University, with a full of woi king faculty, which is eventu- ally to rival those of the Eastern States We have good school hoiw; in some pbioes palucbs; such (Ticv public school of Win on a, Rot-ht'stpr, Minneapolis, Stillwater, Rod Wing, Ac 1iVe have Touchers1 Institutes, instructed by competent instructors, whoaropaid through (he munificence of our Logislatuie It is very necessary in ft government like ours, where' crcry man has in, nnd is in a rueisure responsible for, the manner in which the government is administered, that thn people be educated. In Mexico, where the ricji only arc educated, they are in a continual state of anarchy: revolution fellows revolution. If a man is elected to tiho office of thoir Chief Magistracy, the other party.immcdiately rush and a thu ntnssjes following tlicir several leadorg. And thus woujtl bo our were not ourpooplc educated. Our common schools are Uiebulwai k of the nation. We have West Point nud Annniii'- Ijs.Vlijacc our boys are scat that thoy may be in tbe use of arms, that in case of war they may be able to lend our What West t'oiiit and Annapolis arc, in pu.r youthsi to be. leaders in wnr, o'irf Schools are, in training teacJi- may properly train our chil- clre'n, "PO grow _up good eituens, able to bear th'e responsibilities of the sev- eral.fi.ositjo.us.in, which they, lyj .position IB respo'Ual-v Wo, Some havo.thpught, to afe dead t, is Tvorkir.i: for Li. when he undertaken ti nas is nol aiaue nurkinrj for his huna-'lf, 88 Ire works n he UDOPS ibat, if tLccessful. htm a reputation, v. Inch will bi Diere clients HIIII larer.] pov. H'B tion j? Ins "Kioek in nnd 1'irire pr.y it And it i- ti-aehur her is hrr ".____ trade If it koonn that A i a go-j'l school in a certain i adjo-ning vriil want her .inrlfinil- j ly a tonn nil! nol lir-r, a county, or a State; she nil! be sent' for, f.ir and nnd will bare DO c'ui-e i to go a bogyii for R scuoo1 V, hc-u C'.rrn i..-, i ]aw, fncad-- disouui !i ir t j 1 n m lie roiild nut ui.ikc a lir.up I it, tlie- pi ufi 01. ovficr r-'de-ri Ha repju ri "Th-.e, 11 .ilwnjc rnom up hipiicr Tlio was not one growlerl so much about i Ion wagr.P. Ho thought generally i got tjtnip us miieh as they tvore He thought rally it peer Mid teach. Tenclier? receive ciucb iiH'hr-r Tvapcs nn-.r thin foime'ih when IIP com- menced teaching, he receive j jirr month, and botnk'd around anJ. in 1 on. that waa quite ns taiidi ns I nnd trrir.g to the rear ctr r.nd it did h.m jncre if ;hc mar. wns fnnlly dm- tDi-etd had no to l.ave have been into, mid if uateh -n v. rong, m.ghi have it ripl.t. Tardiness in pu- oils is ricv.-'r nxcuEtihle ami '.t more ihf fkult of the than pupil. perrons nt the htibil of sen >irp iheir c.'j.luicu to school any timd irurn IHJJC to bulf-pr.it te-n, iher pet them 1-r-f.rIy. or baj-pprod to 'hink of'it, were thi -norst kind of i ot bers and if nere in a distiict schor.l where Ibis u us the ca-e. v ould muke it f o h't for t'.cm, they would be plnd to P.IUVC tn c. CfcK-i" nimo'ihere. He snid ho mikerj on ti.'s pnhjeet he jilwuvs got c-cctj.nc'r aril sorry there v-Lre nc.: rcio pr.ur for he foil like tili.inc iili'inlj to thrm.'nnd heeou'l ic.aeh ;Lr'er.is pa.e-ui .n tlio tiutc. um, of every earned. It soin .Ul thr Many men ha- o t cr-.rles of moi als for the f.imi'% rcle nnJ our. fcr tjie pub- A ir-.in nijfrht b" hcncM in iler.'irg' hie and jn )iis 'OCial i-'l.ilkitjs ovrrytii Jifrihnt r.-cg desira- blp. auflyu v oulri not to his ards? int. ,hn ri.i.l'" i r.n.! reg tl'nl thi> tri.vcirme'it ci'm-'ine u pnlit.c'.lc-vrnp-i'pn. .1 c.h-i v iio v life. If a company to bu M a I h rout, occ of irmhfnl HI h.s pviv !tati' e i oukl not to c re rate the Info's.; Blander nc! on an cncinepr who surveys the I ami wors' about opponent duiei mines tnc and r-btiniat. until ti 1 rd pi r.vnb tl.at there the costs, he reeaivea a iarce is no J one'ty po'iticlan'c fur the biain I -n- not r rifinr-d to nin ono'paVtv aJl uoik AnotLei of liuudi folloiv, who nl.ke guilty, iiii.l luui couie to t nith I such ft t'litt will h.no to be cen e pi r I brourjl t up ,1 t-i-o Tcnchers tnipiN tl.at it ns much must delvj Uoin mom till nml ban en, which i d.ij and the of all in i'ae etnplov t sliouUI their but he did not think so, for the cler- gy Jeacb those who are able to judge for theAscWeB, whilfe the teacher did they upon which tS impressions of good 'or evil thurcforo he thought the teacher retiterr The mother' (enclicr of the child foi1 wa9 the natural years OO life, anS ibosofiVi 'years' pfjiittlYo three times firw mpn as nicthot. -yeafrs after, lie believed no gpod, ho hid a Tcr.ffhers roufif rtrirc to im- tho company woald be g a led nccurding to tlic diffei eut situatioiH, f: om the el.icf cn- irince, with iJ.000 per j ear lor do.ns the brain woik, down to the ciitrmnn luboror. wiih 52 per d.iv for doitif; tho bond l.ibor ITe hoped no one would infer frumthii 'hat bethought manual labor deprnaing; fur fiomit all honest I ibor is iionoial.Ie. He only wished to show the contnst between tiie Very likr-H the eu- arinr-ci and the boys together >at on t'ic fame boneh roid iinm book. iiilc one improved bk timo bruins, tho other WHS cement to remain ns he was, nnd they ri ceived thc.i p-iy accord- ingly. Our irnpio-, emenl5 in Fchools and wt-ic 03 great as the improve- ments in agricultural fools, and those who wouM teach iuus.t keep pace with the ,.a- provcrnents. Prof, then proceeded 10 fivo HF some instruction, as touchers. It" we with to teach, the first thing is to goto.-ui County Superintendent and li-y to oMam u ceniticatc; neicr make a contract until you at it not worth tlic taper upon w hiuh it if written. prcc n cd n certificate, then loolc for a school, and show the trustees your certificate bo bon- est with them, not prelond you hnve n First when you have a. "S'Tonil." nora when you have a "'ihiui." "Honesty is the best policy." Pcrhiips when the Superintendent comes aiouncl some oue m.iy abk him what kind of n cer- tificate you hnve, nnd when they tiiul ovi hnve deceived them, they will lose co'nfi- dcaco in you. Sometime1? it necessary for you to board around and, if it is, 4e sure you loard around; never pnss the log .house of (lie poor man, to go to the white bongo ofb.s wrftltlij neighbor. If you go to Mrs. Jones', you must go to Mis. Sinith'b; nnd Mrs. Joucs may think Mis. Smith a very peculiar womim, nnd treat jiou to a list ot herpcculiuritir.fi: nnd when you go to Mia. Smith's, you may find thnt Mrs. Jones is also a very peculiar person, Mid the list' of her peculiarities and short- comings _quile as long ns that of Mrs. guard the uu- if she f-hould a disgniop, nnd ns criirim.1. to from thcccv-vi meut us to ,ob n I.eii locsi; and a' ami low to slnndt r or Ii' about a pel t j.ponent as p.bout their most intU mi.tc fii-'i.U only be lie thr- jrlit Intcir.p.nnrc could stopird by moi.il agati't it amo-ig the of our land cliooN j, ctuld never -i'ne enactment Traia npe.iu. hah.ts. and there thut the old mcu will dia the work nntl the S-bbatl, S be done by loj uptiic.Muh int some somrtn e FcmVies nro youth, nnl have th-.n in.il-a, th plac.- in tho "H.ooJs wcu. i c when (he It sl.ould know our old ,Smith. The teacher cannot ruly member too closely jevqn drop ono ungiiardcd word, it might srt the whole district in a blaifl of pxcrplion, and that teacher an she remained unscorched. Upon entering the, sohpol room, the teacher should lo careful to create favorable impressions r.p- 'on the minds of the pupils; this will h-ivo groat weight, as, it, is always, haul to do laway with Erst impressions. If you fiud the school room, untidy, take the broom, or, if there is ,no broom, go out aotl got a bitnch of hai01-brusli and a broom, afld make the tidy bpfoie you com- hrJish.tip sdTr a fc-ty nntu-.-il teachers of r.liii.iy to teach arc taking their n.ped tiietimo fi.i- ccl.oulb wilj be Umplit n BIOS' wholly 10 propcrlj u-iiin-'l I'cirnl.-.. IM-.O n at rcsponsi- Ijii-tN fo -uroithem in .1 out measure. dr-pc-iids uic w 'il or v oc o; nation was. ile-ii ihlo il sit t" ,ch' i how fo b-iilr-l sciiool sohr-irl J ruKCt -.10 g w.iy to neat aou romfoif.ihl.. teaciieis should be ab'e to and holp the Im-. in this man-r. ofn ignorant .if t hi: min-.pr 1-1 school houses IIP buj'f, and tbi.s liuch money il Im making fopar-nfa, 'u! joii built ft cow. amd i! with apTi'innce'. and n poteut toucher on should ilfit fold irmh and Ujiiik ynur finibhe'd. tbru'd vif-it the 'c ool. not once, but many times. I'o not wvt until the last day and i.ITS hen the ton-Vrnnd pupils arc io .heir f-nJa ,vicn Mn find Uie-n in woi-klne dress, and see aio doijjff. People show n Krent di'a, of innde-iy in malttr. A school- loim is the only phcc ivhei c people seem to think they ni-i- not wanted and have no It is your -rivilpge nnd vo-ir iluty tygo there; you nro v anted thpre to cacouiMrre the toucher anil jiupils. It you employ a to dit; prmt holes vou vis.t bim Uyo or three n dny, to se'e if he liis in Inct enm.n; h.1 reonoy. How much'more neol- ihatjoit should the-school, and see i' tha tcichi-r rlo'.nc her woi k nron prly for rro'di ig ijje o? vour childrcu b 14i scliool-i-ooxu wfaie'i tli-y will cnn-T tlironjtij ono should visit eviy day; itisLead of thix, .f tuo parents would not know tbo teach! er, if-met ru tlios'rrjct. Ue clootd by for the kind a.tontion we had given him through the lecture, an 1 expressing his eu.tiBfvtiou at mspy trsci.crt in NEWSPAPER! NEWSPAPER!   

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