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   Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard (Newspaper) - March 16, 1871, Albert Lea, Minnesota                                rr %jy Terms, Pfer Year, In' HVTKS OK A 1 itieli I l.Odi J.'iOi (i.OOi 1U.OU 3.00 ..00 4 inch; 10 Olj' Ki.dii'.'JIO 00 r> inch lU.tMII 18.00 1 MICH l.Dlli Ii irtali I IV.OU> 8 inch! 9.00, 10.C .IK) J to1.. ii col. Ci.oo' liMill T ,Col.. ,10 00. n.UO -18 Tho to tlio above, will oc strictly mllii-roil Vroft'sxion.il ii( (iyc linos will be al ppr yeftr cxtrft a'lilitioriul line. Local notices, ton cents ppr lino tho first insertion, mrl five per tfno-for each insertion non'u talftsn ttn.ter Ivlitorial insci'tt-il with n view to a business, ents per lin'.-. .'ligirms nii'l cliaritublp not ic'i-s, lil.so notices an-l will be in- will be chiirjj'i-1 is! PIT for first uii'.t [.or for Attnrnoys in ifgul rojXitrdo.ti .-is1 itc-coiintrtble Cor the nnlffss tltci-n Hit to eliHi-fri1 t ;xriof h I'r'p.-ivt y. TriitiH'u-iit n'mst be phid for iu atlvanCL1; t is given uud nil other.-! ijimv- terlv. ALBEKT 1871. NUMBER 49. SjdHtl Jig ents. fsaCrosse Ad. ATTORNEV AT XAW, I.iuni Collecting Agent. Albert Lea, M.inn. OtHcc iu lUf. .Drug Store of 'S'lHitcUnim-. Ifus a complete, ami the only, abstract of to all liimls iji Freeborn I'onnty. Ab.-itrncts fitrnished and certified to as required by hiw nnd titles perfected upon reasonable terms. TACY TVliCK, Attorneys at Law, Notaries Public, and' Agents. Kcnl -Arrivals and Departures of .Mails at tvfi Albert Lea. F. A.- TK K X pta daily at M. Arrives d'uly at WESTERS'. 'Pl'pufts dailv at S r. M. Arrives iluilv .lOl'TIIKUN. Alturt Lori nnd Forest f'ity. utnl Suturitay at ti A. M. Ar- rives Tuesday and Kriday at Jj i', M.- Albert Lea and Northwood.. Arrives Sat- urday at 12 M. in-day tit 1 i1. M. NOBTlnVKSTKU.V. "Albert Lea imd [-'reeliorn. Departs Mon- AVednesday Friday at r. M. samtt days at A. .M. Albert Leu and Wa.sccii. Departs Sntur- ij at 7 A. M. Arrives Friday at 0 v. M.. XOUTIIK.UX. Alhort Lrn nnd Owiitonnn. Mon and Thursiliiy .it 7 A.M. Arrives Tues- Friday nt 0 r. M. OHU-n liciurs. S to 12 A. M.. ami 1 to R P.M. MASONIC. Western .Star I.od.gf, Xo. 20, A. F. A. .M., has euni- nuui.iontions at .Mb.ort Leu on the sofond .and fourth Wednesdays of caeli inoiiih. II.' D. 11UOWN, M. A. 0. IVlMxM-.. Seo. Time Tables. Kit N .MINNESOTA 11A11.KOA Going (Joins; Kust, Wmnetoapo p. m. depnrt n. m. Wet Is depnrt p. in. arrive I .1. m. Alden (ie p. in. Al Leu'" p. m. 1" I', in. LVJd p. in. p. in. iliimsoy p in. p. in. in. arrive p in. I'onnccls .-it F.u f'rn-sc with Is for-nll poini-J on the ;i) inn! lower Mis- sissippi ivirh trains on the .Mil- wnnkee niul St. Paul K.-ulw.-i.v tu nnd i'roiii .Milwaukee. mid tlie Ksisi. At Fountain, with stages for (.'hatfield I'reslon. At Uamsi-y, with on tlic Milwnu- keeanil St. i'aul to .und from yr. Vanl, Minnca Manku'o. St. Peter, Dulut.h, St. (.'loud, nnd Mafireftor. At Wells, S--I.-IKCS I'd- Winii'.'lidjro ('itv, I'Uiy K.'i-rtli ('itv. mount, und Tlln.Ml'SOV, (iunernl Miiiuisvi1. .J. 11. Snp'.-rintcadi.-nt. MILWAl'KiCS-: ST. PA IT. i'.Al I.'.VA V. trains un tl.u; Milw.ivikce and S. I ill I llailroiirl iii-rivc and depart daily, Sundays exceptod, as t'ullo'.vs PAY curxc WEST. Arr.ve. Depnrt. A.asliu ilcfii-egor M. Jlamsoy L': 1'S p. jr. Austin r'. M. St. Puiil p. M. Uanisey r. ir. fiOIXt! Rarniey, M. St. Paul A. M. Austin P.M. K.-imsey v.-jf. >loUi-egor P. M. Ausi.in r. 11. W1X ON A A N 1) H T. I' K T EII H A IL W A V. IfViO A M nr p ?i St. Ch 11 i-les 1 Kochestcr r M Kasson Oiratonn.t   K LI 1CK CDC tl U A X Ii, ATTO11NEY AND: COUNSELOR At Law, .'.Kid Xotary Public, liroadvvay, Albert Lea, Minnesota. 0 2.( D. UUOVi'N, 'Mi LAND AXD COLLECTING Iloniciteails procured (it1 my office. Lute tiou by letter IXSUIIANOK. I represent first-class Fire, Lit'v, anil rusunlty Insurance CoinpanieH. stn AN. J. Mould call the attention of the public to liis t'acilitit-9 tVii] I1OKS15-SHOEING. Work ilonc cliciip, oxpoditiously. ;uid in thp jnost siitisfnetoiy inn'nner. (live liiin a tall. Shop soiilii oi' House, Spring ALI'.KKT LKA, MINN. Established 1858. WHOLESALE GROCER nnj I COMMISSION M for the diifereut powder Manufacturers. Kly's and Double Water-Proof Caps Patent Shot, Sus., .w FrogtvSti-eet, ?'jyl Ln Grosse, Vis. B COLTON W4-lELrMOy, Dealers in BOOKS AND STATIONERY- Ko. leMir.n Street, La Cros'so, M'is. School Books, Smith's A iiicr- ioiin Oirgiins, Trang's American 'TSiwinjf Machines, in Fbrc'ign and BOTTLED Hotels. Robinson, And Boarders, by the clay or-week, accpm- nioda-tcd. FLECK HOUSE. fi Ghiitham street, Austin, Afiivn. i A. M. Proprietors. Stages leave (his daily for ail points, GooJ stabling and attentive hustlers. (7 18 Jflillinery. No. 4, Eront Street, ill Crnssc. CASH STORK. cu R, O G R W O Q, D Dry Goods, Clot liiiig, Yankee Notions, J-'arnifin's Block, MainStreet. tlfreeaoors west 'Sf 'Post Office, Lu Crosse, C'lITV STKA.M J F. GU'fi.'KyELL Front Street, La CrosSBi-Wis. AlVJciWds of Bread. Cakes, nnd Crriekcrs nt wholesale and retail. A RTHUU. M. TK1UG, ALDKN, .MINN. II SCIILKUDEU 13 RO., S: Jobber and Dealer in UOOTS. SlIOJOS. -IIATS. CATS, LATJIvS' FURS, w Done in all the-LatcsC Styles at MltS, STAGE'S MILLIXER SHOP, CHIGNONS, PtA-IN CHIGNONS, Latest Slyles'of Hair.Jewelry, Chains, ic. i i t.' i The highest price offered for Fruit niidOrUanicutal Trees, _ For sale by J. S. .Shearnmn. of tlie Norlh- westerri NnrscHes, llockford. 111. a first class stock iu every respect. The Propri- etor Jiaa At AST; lias refitted his... DR Ua STORE anj just received a splendid and full gtock of MEDICIXES, Dra3toil's Pocket-Book.; Lcntuei; Pray ton was the only son of 1 his 'cKitiWg curi'sidertd suiaj-test in MendviUe. Ills pcrsunal appcarunce was, sonie- whut striking. tall.'lank, and inclined to fee) cncuiuLcrcd with liis Juinds aud feet. .Ten.a close observ- er, it was evident that .Lemuel was not' quite decided as to whether liis extrem- ities were' uiates or not; for lie was always observing his feet to see if they were butli of a length and he uieae- ured and his fingers so f're- quenlly, inclined.to iurjuire it'he changed hands with nnjbqdy.' OILS, VARNISH. DYE STUFFS, ITe was gaudy-haired, with' eyes and cooiplcxion to match. nature pliiiincd Lemuel's personal appearance, .-he ef'tl not in eorjsii-n.sts, but in a snnplo Lemuel hud .bycn-brought up qn a f'urin. and at twenty-two had never been thirty miles from hotue.i At this epoch in his history, lie sold a colt, -.vhiuh his father had given hiui, for .seventy-five dullars; and with the ipoasefcsion of this i and wKafeVt-rl Say I'm in airnest ar. sum of money- ideas of life grew A niill) r mj, muc'h wider. He beft.in to realize el; aild Jaid'a daintily gloved hantT6ri of the "Is this engaged1? -she asked, in a voice. Jvein.ucl. I. O. V. A. P.hickintr. M. Oifice in the l.'niou lilock. H. STREKT, 'M. P., "We are agents Morris Spectacles, unequalfit for sti-cngfhc'fiin.; and preserving qualities. CO.MK, EVEKV1SOUY AND examine our goods.'of 'which we have not room to name half, nud we shall be happy td 15CV S or not. And kinds of'Sfusical liistri'.inenis, Also Agent for Win. Knalie's i'iauos and Esty's LA I'oiiiproy's CROSSK. Opera Organs. House Uloclc, Tttilors. mm cfif Dcnlcr'in all kinds of. AND "DOMESTIC I wislrlo inform the people of'Frecborn County that I will Cloths by lit COW for the THIUTV'DAS'S. I nm. provided with aJfthe facilities !for Cutting- GISTS' AND BPVS'.GARMEN'FS with nealuess nnd dispatch, in the'" latest FAT.L nnd WJNTEIt STYLES. All of wTitch 1 do r_ot hesitate to will be, sold cheaper than nt any 'other '_'. .house in the County. Call ajjcl seo racjind I will do my best to plonse you. In my cloth department I have Eujglish Fancy English Meltons, Ger- man "ftoenkin, .-Vmericnu JBcaver. und liroai? Cloths Albert Lett, Jan. Manufacturer of, and Dealer kinds Therefore, when wnni trees or liny those known tii be rt'linble. Hand in your ordtirs an early an possible. Address J. S. .SIIEAKMAN, Kockl'.ird, 111., nrrive your orders to'C. L.'SMITII, Albert Lea, Minn. N-OliTllWESTEHN NCliSERY. rnilo wost of Depot.) FAHU'.AULT, HICK COUNTY, MINN. HENRY .INDSAT. Proprietor. One ui you some cat nip tea as quick as 1 hailJ.t an j ,ou hain't'cnpagcd rt "f 'r'-Ut drart I as looking as GiK-.i yo! frtiiin.it- i. nesj ancl j'vc jrottwo cows to red one and a brindle both of 'ety rnnstcr hands to turn out thi- butter that ever you seed And Luttc-r's f'-riy-fiv.e cents a nnd I ....._ -II _ It 11 TTT TUK Ten million 2 yeiirs oM. hunilred of them for Vclnnlilc for timber and proluclion fuel and rials; n rapid growth, very liarUy. donap. and dflicious fotiiigo, by hvu'itcliing spray. Multitudes of Forest Trees, and Kvt-r- gr ens w.thout number. 5J5 Vurii-l'es. Our prices nre loss than ONE-HALF the ordi- nary Nursery rules. JLarpe .Descriptive Catalogue, containing much valuable iufor nmtion, mailed for 10 cents. Address I PiNXEY-AXAWRBNCK. KKBOSKNK, ri'movcd to lii.s new clore, corner of Hondwuv Main, J-outli of hotel. He lias ,1RGEST STOCK of DRUGS, MEDICINES. PA LVTS: 42m-l Sturgeon JJuy, Co., Wia. Freali Garden. Flower, Fruit Herb, Tree S. Shrub, and Evergreen pre- paid liy with direct ions for culture. Twenty-five different packets for The six classes for S5. 201OOO and'Tree Seeds; Appjle, Pear, Cherry, Grass Seeds: Cabbage. Carrot, Tur- nip, nnd'all Vwgctabje ami Flower Seeds, in small or large qunntitios; also Small Fruits Stocks, Shrubs, Hoses, Ver- by mail prepaid. Gold.en Banded Japan 'Lily, 50c. Priced Descrip- tive Catalogue sent to any plain address, gratis: Agents wanted. 'Wholesale Lint to Agents, Ctub9-aud the trade. on Cojuiuissioa. B.M.WATSON, Old Colony Nurseries and Se'ed'Tr'arehouse. Eal'ab'lished in-lS-lU. 43m2 NEAT'S FOOT. OILS n't be spoony on a fuller, old lady." replied Lemuel, with ;U1 thecare- less indifference becoming in a liian of bis property. a has pot I ui'iuey. it'.s nothing .strange tliat he I want to visit furren parts. I'lin't i they allei-s go dj the continent in all ihe i I guess if yuu hud as many greenbacks as I have got. you'd want to seo a Jew sijthts O'a, Lc-uiuiy. tny dear sou you can't be >lrs. .Praytun, iu groat uf ihind. VA.I.S IIP U T UroTvn was- to a funcril. I've tell nnd J'm bound to see j There's a powerful lot of thurc! There's tho AirtherkneeHnij'': the Buuker Hill Moniuient. antiMlia; State llmisc. and Bninethin.tr they calf' the Hub oi'the Universe. It's a creat name, and I rcck-n it'.s worth looking I "d-went qirshoutui at. I expect it's one of the priticipa The ycuug lady coincided in liis hope. Lemuel looked at her .attentively; stud they had traveled many nsarry Jlary AnnMlinks. I've seen. over him tha1-he enuff of the" world Icve. ..'v is, rt-! suid he, placing his The Value Of a Hoop ,SIclrt. the back of the seat, An incident sorpmantfc an'J and with: a RO pfeasinp. oc- curred near Pittsburgh, N. Y.. on-Lake Champlain. that TVO give the for the b'.-ni-fit of our( reaili-rg. Lake Champlain is one of the most beautiful sheets of water in America; and Cuni-' berland Bay, whore one of the brilliant naval engagements of the war of 1812 was fought, and won by modore McDojiough of the American asked as to where the money fleet against the British under Coamio- vum. if you'll have'me you i-hal! 'sell ali the buttor tlseiri two cows make, and no And you shall dress in silk every d.'iy, auJ in satin, And at this stage of his declarations.' our hero of hTs pocket. IFo grew pnlc with d ism He's got it! 6li9u.te.l he Stop hiui i: fulfcji hold of him I-.dvii't let hiui .escanc I he was one of them dor'e Downie. furnishes1 one of- tlie grandest skating parks or ponds ono Could wish to see. It is .-the favorite resort of the vouna" ladTes and ecntl'e- .ipfllers the niliinit 1 sot c-ycs onto him 1 Also a large stock of Tobacco, Pipes, (if you want a good cigar, go LoSprngue's) Which will be eold at the very lowest prices COME AND SEE Dr. Froshaug, Physician nnd Surgeon, ofrice c.t E. W. Sprague's Drug anit liook Store. "PH YS [CTA X S. U R C! EON. Office first door south of- Hie Post Office. Albert Lea. Minn, D fe. S. GIBBS, PHYSICIAN AXD SL'RGKON, Geneva, Minnesota. Oflice first iloor north of Tost OlTice. T> OCTOU LEASK, V i: T K R T N A R V S T KG V, O N Tt'catu horses successfully no mnttur whnt. diseuao is. Oilico :it, A. 1J. Street's Di-ug Store, Albert, l.cn, Minn. flincclltm CO-MS. A'. H. tfTK'EBt IFaviug pur- chased prop- erly and us t n b 1 i B h u d h t iu s o 1 f nt this will to (ill busi- ness in the line of his profensiou. ALL WOK1C WAll- HANTKD to give complete sntisfnction :TEET3 EXTRACTED Otncc, at his Drugstore, ,the 1'osji Oflice, Albert Len, Jlinuesotn If I.Vl'isiM-'f, fxSLMlAXCK COM- I'ANIHS. to- wit: Tta 'SOU! nnil of Ilartl'oni. And -lie ily nnd C'Ollti- of Xi-w York, RepreseuteO at Albert Leu by A. fi. WKDGK. Vive tulten at -the hiefst possible ratft. promptly adjusted. nsu res THE O mum co. NEAV Vtl OfifetS unsurpassed iniliicomcnls to {iersons wishing-toVmsure their lives. For tulflte rates of the iliffercnt kinds of jsitc'l. inquire .of i j? .j 7 1 i BIIO WN PRATT, Manufncturers nnd Dealers in all kinds of of every descriplion. These gentlemen be- ing long experienced in the business, and having ereuted a large Carriage House 2-lxOO feet, with BLACKSMITH-' PAI'NT attached, are now prepared to do WO JUST in fheir line. Pnrtius arc invited to call and examine stoelc-'iiixd. before purehasiitg elsen-hero. Repiiiring done on short notice. Shop south of the Western Home hotel Albert Le of A G ONS. CUTTKHS, ofevci-y ijusci'iptiom-----Repairing done to order and on the sliorteut.notico. Shop on Chirk street. Albert >v tMtlii'ttg or tim-" .T1EYV bur f'roni th'J .liul'seijUon 108; rungS 20', according {.6 law anv person who shall commit trespu.-s a the ,-entire gtotfanf J. now to sell ait-kimls Of .-c aa chea-ji as can be nought west of thc-'Mis- irdnp my Kloek wul 11 description. QUARTETTS, T-EAPOYS, ..Tir t: Whatnpts. Of ull description, Ancl in fact everything found in Store, constantly on Water and Washington Tjon, Minripaota. h lMES, having puriuhasedrtlic. stand recently 'occ iw JE Is prepared lo supply his many frientls witlj Choice cu'ts ati the cheapest rate. 'A cdnipiete will be kept 'const (iiitly on hand.' Shop on' the corner of Bi-oudw'ay and William St., opposite HaH's' bank: Albert Lea, Has Chte GoYcr'htnent'neld nolfes of Freeborn county. i i Office with A. G. AVedge, Union Block. Geo. l! i j in saying to w find patrons in Frcceborn and adjoining coiintiefcthut he .has erected a new stjgrp on Clark sRrtfet, and has stocked it. pleto assortment of of every description. clone and on short in- VitesaSHfof tho -ttf exnraining bia atfoas before ptii-ciiiisiiiR T' ftr- r i Is selling all kinds of T-i -io'l Stqt-lttc, ,1 am ready at all times to supply, for jingle, or rigs, according to the wants of vmy friends. StiiMes near the Webber House; Alberi Lea', Minn. BARDEN, Jtfarpte. T' MlinufacturerB of. anil Dealers' in nil fcindp of FURNITURE TOPS of the best AMERICAN IOB1I6X JAfiBLES, Orders from abroad, or tlirotigh our ogontfl. will meet with p'rompt. n'ttentioii. Ynrd and'Show Rooms :oh soiitVaide of and his collar tip Qn Lemuel. Public Square. AUSTIN, ,_, MINN. i Agent, Minn. O. O. SB.M1LK. Jffarble 'SULLIVAN' if-1 'aftfl i 'AHd ai'ds'ti Gi-utiite MdiiuipeniB, rianufaatiii-eiivJra erdeen, Scouarid ntid possible on six- or eight months' I t-ni.'ii A Fo Mrs. Drnyton. understnnding that in earnest, proceeded, with a heavy heart, to his wearing ap- parel iu readiness Jbr the prupoucd trip. The news of Ijeinuel's intention bad spread all over tho town and the next morning, when he was ready to start, for the dppnt, quite a delegation of fri'-'nds and neighbors had aKsmbled to shake huuds with him, and bid him fare.well Meadville Was a backwoods plnce, i and going to Boston- was looked upon j as'a LTcnt'and perilous undertaking by j tKe'sinVjile-ntinded country folks. "J Lemuel Tu a suit of home spun -.gray, with steel buttons iiiidas-hc had spent nearly oil of tho1 previous day in polishing these same buttons, they shone and glittered like so many full moons. .Ilis vest was. of scarlet velvet liis neck-tie had long: done service ns a green and-yellow ribbon on his mother's Sunday bi'mnet around" hi.s ncc-k, unyielding -as'fate his carried the '''baled full of chesseand doughnuts; and agree- able to his mother's had taken along with'him the-old-gnn.'- which had beeu his "grandfatheil's. lie need something to defend himself with, Mrs. Drayton said. The old gun had been destitute'iif a lo'ck' fnr'twenty years: but'Mrs: Drayton said most peoplftwas afraid "f firearms, and if anybody at- tacked him, he could show them the gun and they'd be likely'to leave. M IB money in his fath-- ors's, old wallet, aud eareful- ly.pjnncd'in'to the left breast pocket of his vest; arid cve'ry'fow mOiiientr. riuf' hero Let-rayed (he'conseious-ness a man of 'by tanju'ug, the: pocket, to assure .hiujsfU'Lhati the_wallet was sale. The cars drew up to, the  fi is; a young and who had frequently been skating on the before, went out upon the. bay but believing in the old i axiom thnt Two is company." went !in part, where they cotiJd enjoy tho skating aud each others cty uuinolepjtcd. After skating for some little time near the shore, the gentleman proposed that they should'gn further out wnere- CViiiductor man. here you jest see j the ice was smoother, to which after this finepentlenian. if you j and they accordingly, veuiurt-d eon- out about two uiijos. Here they fpuutk the ice in beautii.ul condition, and tup gentleman was proecedinjr to do- tfce' grap'evine. backward forward wM, and many oilier fancy figures only to accomplished skaters, when sud- the h'im. somebody quick and the pentlpinan wi'.h bfacfc i'vrli inkers by the flioulder, and gesticulating. ''Seventy-five dollars! gone like a s'mik Sarch him I demand that he be turned inside out. rite on the spot! asked the What's he due-tor. j "Done? Hain't I jest told ye j Tic's picked ui_y pocket of fayther's red- i leather WMllet...and seventy-five dollars I that I sold uiv colt for That's what he's done! San.-h him I" j The train reached a way- station, and Mabci jrot out Lut was so near- ly tli.stractfd with .the loss, of his pockct- bonk, that ho did not observe de- parture. Quite a crowd had collected around our hern and the suspected individual. seemed matters very coolly for a person in- his condition. If the trcntk'tuan wishes to search me." said ho. "lie. is at "perfect liberty to do so. Go on. sir." Won't you strike, nor grab hold of threat, nor queried said the gen- devel- I'll not molest you tlctnan, l; proceed. The search wag short j nothing beyond :a papers, a tooth pick, a with pearl handle. and a black pocket-book coin-lining eight ten dollnrs. deuly the ice gave way beneath and in a moment he' found hmiserf struggling in the water and-itaable to extricate himself, the ice breaking, as last as lie-nltcoipted to raise hjipseif its The young lady, true tp womanly insincts, began to scream to1. the tnp' of her voice; tut tlic privacr they had sought had fjiken them beyond the heading of allwho could been- of service to them. lie besought f j to go to the slior'c and endeavor to pro- i procure assistance; but she knew well lie must pdi'ish: :lvjfore 'slie get i bu'.'k, if she found Ao difficulty in- j prq Curing assistance. Then.an idea en- tured her head, and sbe immediately put it-in execution., She first1 took off her jacket and tying tbom together 'tinder- tinok to reach one end .but it was. too the yielding i her she moved toward him arid "throw 'him' one end; Are you satisfied asked the gen- endeavored 'to tleinim. What more could sbe do'? Sartin I am but it's mighty queer fated a nionient.; themblipping off her whqre went to j gaiters, hot h tied i whom you've end of the dress yet said the "'it was' too' short. Tileantime'. the young man wns becoming and if she Was to suvjp hiui no'tltlicwas to be lost. For'ia moment-her-hands disappeared in the drapery about her waist, and' then wwcUmig .on the, ice her ner hoop skirt. This was quicklj''Severed half a dozen pieces, nnd added'toiler dress, jacket, and stockings her-- 'Tile gentleman had tlie lioiior of searching, said the' "is the-ReV: of of the most eminent cleriij-.uicn ,in; tjie place." my .grtwipus said Lemuel; a.' minister 'Mann' would he the death ofnic. if she should find-out that I culled a. pickpocket a- Minister 'J: I mown a.pickjiocket a Haugod if L know, what 1 do uiean, tt.n.vhow. tell I'm so flustratimid. I cau't seem to t' o t h c r 'from w h i c h It's .my tliat if you've lost any money, the girl that on the sOwt with li'iife got said the cotiductor. She Sbmetliing'likc that Sfcind- front and. 1( LeUHtel keep' life'eye 'open for :this of. his .poc'ket every five minutes to be sure ryextsttftion. a ycry-'ha'ndsouie young -lady gotr inJ Jjemuel. thought ho Mary Ann f Hittks-.wnfi, poqitivel jj Ugfy ;'Byi coat- gpay a Boarlatii-ibathtf'r vwr cum plexiojii sand S uBUfih! ti. ad oTha'tr till in ,of a ;.'.Sh ,in. pro- found aniazement. She? she was as pr'Hty' a as you'd see, Sri Ii tilt 1 about as good as en- gaed to her." Tll-ero' a general laiigh at Leni- luffl" said o.Ujv ..licfpj. defiiiutiy. I know, I never seed Jier this 'mornmg; b'ut th.ere a thin'g'nf first bbjo'et is a ,w.Hh dollars in sceius the young; ludy lielie'ves in love at first. siht; r'J the money's gone and if she's got it; I'll never- believe in- nobody agin. 1 to' homo -great delight, this hiade tbejuije I to 'roach' him. Bravely slue fuggod at one end. wliife the Other eikl ini'tinj whbikiicw tliat that- wabiftll Rtoodi' between.; him In minutes sho landed, on solid ic'e, an'd tViou'tho reJ' drdsa 'iverfe aitb (ia'dL' her las' thoy p-oulcl bo. and frr1 home, where they arrived ,'witJiout i Pew- w.ore word's ou the- jotirncy libnie; but 'tliey Hiu'st been the. suits. and shajl, d isappejir, f that bea utifwl this noting, be Hiarricdf bachelor A Youxo'lady; fit' ah oxaiuimition grammar, was asked why -wap.m'ngiilan iSho repHcd with much {c very cause town tin iRcntuohy. a; of, ag iEWSPAPERi l', t the 1 As a inan' in w'hife the ohrtrnh' porch und-iibot tiiuibelf _ NEWSPAPER!   

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