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   Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard (Newspaper) - March 23, 1871, Albert Lea, Minnesota                                FREEBOM .COT STANDARD, PUBI.TSHEP KVEHY THURSDAY. Term', 1'cr Year, In Advance, 1 inch 2 inch 3 iuch 4 inch 6 incli J cot. I col. 1 col. "i u" 1 75 2 50 4 l 1.50! a 8. o -1 .10, 501 4.30 0.00 7.00 tj 00 S.iiO SUM) 10 00 10.00 13.00 15.00 2000 O.oOl 8.50 10 00 la.OO' 0 12 00118.1 X) 25.00 lU.OO 00150.00 oo The following, in addition to (he above, will be strictly lulheied to Professional cards of five lines or will be inserted nt ftfi per year Si extra for each addition il lino. Local notices, ten cents per line for the first insertion, and five cents per line for each ndditionnl insertion none taken under fifty emits. Editorial -notict'S, inserted by lequost, with a view to advertising biis.iii-ss, fifteen per line. Kelig.ous mvl clinritnhle not it-is, notices of marriage detUu-., will be m- ierted without elmrgc. Legal mid Govoi ntnent ndvoi tisoments will be at i-ents yer sqitiro toi the ft I'M itlbeition, (uul 07 J per Squire for additional inxortion. Attorneys oi in !ivg-il inKcitise- ments aie icgariled au( ounfnhh- for the unless tlu-i e 1-5 tin iigi cement to charge to another p 11 (y. Advei tiDoincntf mubt be paid for in udvrtnco wlien tin- nthdjivu of 19 given and nil Oi hi is 411111 Urljr. Arrivals and Departures or llallb at Albert Lea. Deparls at 12 u. M. wm-rfcixx. Departs daily nt J r .M. at 12 M. Arrives d'uly at Arrives daily SOfTIIBBN. Lea nnd Forest City Dopnrta Wcdncsdny nnd nl M. Ar- Tuesday and Friday lit r Albert find Xorthu ond. Vi ri% cs Sat- urday at 1-! M. Departs at 1 1'. n. I FS1 KHN. Albeit Le.i and Fieeborn Depjuts Mon- day, Wednesd ly nnd l-'i nlaj nt I1 M Arrives same at A. M. Albert Lea ami AVasec.i S.itur- at 7 A M. Ai rives Fi idny at li r. M. >0 in HI us Albert Len nnd itonnn nnd Thin sd.iy .it 7 M uud Fi at 13 J'. M Office hours, S lo 12 v Alon AunesTuis- and 1 to S r M. M Star Lodge, Xo. V. K. M lias legidnr cont- muir.cnnmis nt Albert Lea on the second and foui th Wednesdays ol t.ich month. n D r.uoiNX. jr. A. G. WKDOF, Sec Time Tables. bOUTHEUX MINNESOTA doing We-t. VHnnebnjio .ir fi-dO p m depart p ill Aldcn de '1 p in. Al Lc.i ni. Oakland" p in. .Ramsey p in. La Crosse 8 10 a n Connects La i for all po. ni the nppei nnd nissippi i ivei ,il-o u itli ti am- on I h v-fi ikee fin 1 Srt. 1'uil to anil VOLUME 10. ALBERf LEA, MINNESOTA, THURSDAY, JVJARCH 23, 1871. NUMBER 50. ff Agents. AG. ATTO TOHNEY AT LAW, Land Collecting Agent, Albert Lea, Minn. Office in Union Hlock ovor the, Drug Store ot Wedge Bliickmev. TTus n complete and the only, abstract of title lo nil binds in Frecboi n County. fninitdicd and certified tons by l.iu and titles reason. ible Ull.N A. YLBrUrr_________ ACY Jc Ti KCU, tttfl-Y AT t, A W iiooiu the Court Qoilip. MINN Attorney- .11 Notaries Public, Real instate am! rollcrtion Ascents. KVAN JLNG of nil kinil-i lu-cimitel.v iloiiH. tieknowledg- liienti" tnktn. onrhs udinini'ileryil, ito. I'.ixe- p.uil. Titles unmitigated. Lands bought nnd sold. U ill jwy piuuuului uiU-ri- tion to orni-i Clnik mill Now tun St. Albert Loa. K C Si u v, A. M T-. nm. COC'llRANC, VXD COUNSELOR Vt Law, nnd Nntiuy Public ISioadwuy, Vlln-i! Jjt-n, AJ.niu'-ota 924 nU. r 4, COLLECTING VGENT. procured at my office. Livte pl.ifskipt hnnd Info-rniiition by letter 01 otltei u No, tin nishod gratia. repiescnt tirst-eltvss Fire, Lite, nml C.iMiulU Insurance Companies JLa Crosse 'Established 1858. l T J. WHOLESALE GROCER niid COMMISSION MERCHANT. General Agent for the different Manufnctiirers. Ely's Single nnd Double Water-Proof Caps Patent Shot, Ilogan'a Block, _ Front 4Ur.ect, La Crosse, Win. WHULPLEY, Dealeis in AND STATIONERY, Xo 10 Main Street, Ln Crosse, Wis. Agency for School KooKx, Sinitli's Aiaci iuan Organs, Piang's American Croffijo-s, IJfrwe's Seeing Machines, ttud Kaitting Hotels. HOME. II, L. Fvobinson, Proprietor, BERT LEA, MINNESOTA. And Jituirdera, by the day or week, accom- nioJ.ctecl. LECK IIOfSE. Cliiitlinin street, Anhtin, Afinn. (.T. tt A. M, FLKOK. I' Rtjijres fenvcthis House daily foi points. Good stabling nnd attentive lionllera. (713 T) Uoiild J BLCKl'OUD, cill tli attention of the public to liis f ir ilitios for HOHSK-SHOEING. dune and in the most n.foiy innnnei. (live him a call Shop "outli ot'ihe Ililriington House, Spring LJI ke ALI'.KKT _____ MINX i HTIM'U M. TlUCiCi, 'A holedult in Foreign uud Domestic LIQUORS, BOTTLCD ALE; PORTER, Xo 4, Front Sticet, Crosir. _______ rf-W CASH STOKE GREENWOOD CUTLER, Dealers in Dry Goods, Clothing, Yankee Xnliops, (Ho F.irnnm's Ulnck, Main Street, three doors west of Post Office, La lrto l3LJ3aaa.it; la 1 depart m. uiiocll i in 11 10 n in U 10 p in 1 01) p in p. in. 7 11 p in. lo i -r vl s Mil fnnu Jfervclet'ft. PCIIJ.EUDER Dealers in Milwaukee, nnd tlie. Knsl. At Fouruiin. null lor Cliiitlield Mid PlCStOII. At Kainsuy. with ti-iiiii on the kf-ciuvl St to .uul limn Si I'-inl, Minnc Mi'ik.i a St. i'etur, Diiluth, St. Cluud, and McGiogor. At AVells, with (in iiincb Citv, Uliie Hut1! I'll 11 niiiiint, iiii.l Jackson. CLAUK 'i Mi 'M I' >V Oi in i il i i igi-r J. II. G Snpji-inlendi'iit M1LW PAUL KAILNVV. n on "hi- Milw.iiikio nnd S. 1 ml Kmli n id i i riMj mid dip.nt d.nly, CLOCKS JEWELRY PLAT11D ALBUMS, MTSIC VL 1XST RUMEXTS. euch ACroREE'5N8 AND VIOLIKS. YANKEE NOTIONS, [n l.ict .1 (.uiupk'te stuck of ,Ti: VM B >F GUTCESJELI. CO Front Street, la Cro.isp, All kincU of Bread, Cakes, .aud I'ruckprs at holes ilc and retail. W. S. HAN'SCOST, Jobber and-Dealer in BOOTS. SHOKS, HATS. CAPS. LALTES' Ft'RS, ROBKS. BUCK GOODS At Chicago Prices. Corner Main and Third gts LACROSSE. tuv P Arrive. Austin 2 Hamsey St. 1'aul 2 IK r 7.27 r YnMiti ll.iuis'-y D -p.nt. Id p -vi. li. IS P. :t lipst pi.it d goods kept and ran'ed. 'llifMe be sold cheaper- than at itthei plate .11 ii-soijinunt of Spectacles on hand. Ml Kin N (it in the Jew el i y line dune to 01 i i m n 1 1 i n f d I'.iniduny. Albert Lua, Minn. 47tf MESSRS, 111 ABBOTT Sox, Would fill .itti-ntion to their lien und chiiiue stock just i pcen cd I r I. Mi; At, 15J.0CK, M hii-h they :u e f.lllM! h I. Ramsey, Austin McGieiror 1 OS p 1 1 p 7 20 i- M. M M 8 v 1 OS r. 1 JO W1NONA AND ST I'C I'lUl R V ooivo WIST r.oiM Winona lUSJO AM ar A- i- St Ohn.les 1 Roclicbter 1 tm P M MiS Ownli'iina nr ar II 10 Wasjea 400 de 11-00 St. t rd'-n, Flower, Fruit Herb, Tiee yliruli, and Seeds, jn e- paid hy mail. ith directions for t-iillure. (lifti'i-out puc-kets for The six clu-srs foi 000 Iba Kverprecn nnd Tree Seed" 1'ear. f'heny, Se Seeds: licet C.ilil> ijrr, Carrot, rur- nip. nnd all Vegetable and Klower Seeds, mill or alto Small until prepaid.s New .Iwjldea Japan Lily, Pi ici-d Descrip- tive Catalogue Hint to any plain nddiess. gialis Apt nts nunted. W hull-sale Li--t to Ajrints. Clubs and the tnule. becds on Commiss on 15 M. Old Colony Nurseries and C. tn TJJJ5 of DltUGS, MED1CIXES, 1CEKOSENE, NEAT'S PA FOOT S MACII1XE OILS would be very nothing Theie was afrraiul but terrible strug- gle taking plai'e within liife and was perfectly upon bis- coun- tenance, lie f-ould duteitnino whether to clnsc btibiiifsfe. pay li- ability, at-d life anew, or to f-tru-j on as long atf he could obtain h'ih previous goml cu-dit. 'he was fully aware that all furthci on his partniu t. be rhe of his crpditors. After about nn Vour Irid expired he arose drinriid hit frre-it cout and left the Rice A w.ilk brought him to a neat little cc ttaiii- which he t-iiteri-d and immediately juote.'di-d the sitting room He w is- by a small but harulsomu wnnian. who lovingly kissed him and said might have expected- from you-, imcF mow I inform you uiy determination is rmidc. By next Saturday evening oiv business shall be closed, aud I will owe no man a dollar." Before the next Saturday night came round. Harry fl-aylurd had fulfilled his pron lie. lie d sposod of his ttock and store on UK? re re.ihonable tui ms than he anticipated, it being a desirable loca- tion on a good biibiticss street. In set- tling his accounts with his bankrupt debtors, he found but little trouble upon being in formed that ho had die posed of his aud intruded le.iv- ing town, they paid him withwut re- quiring further inquiry Having Settled with all his other creditoih the day previous, he called early S.ittnday inoruiiii; on Mr. Smith. who was his princip.il creditor After he had .settled his account. Harry said Wc-ll. Mr Plinth. I presume this is the end of our b intercourse." Mr. Smith was much surprised at this information, and wsked How is this? Have T not treated you in as favorable manner as you de- or as fivor.ibly us any house in the city would If you consider any action of mine unsatu-factory. tell me what it is, and I will endeavor to make it salis- facti ry You are one of uiy best cu.s tomors and I can t afford lo lose you." To Mr Smith's intei rogations, Harry replied You understand me. I have no reason for exploiting dissatisfaction, as I aui concerned our Am J to understand that yon would remain ;TH tbiei tf Jybur iotevatt' uianded it Nothing wouM gait me Mr. Gnylord, I have, a propotHioik to too. ehL to tajce ofpo 9. -business as anil 1 have been con- sid -ring polfiiy; 01' retiring team ac- tive lite; but I do not consider any man justified in retirfsfS frow busi- ness till necessity demands it.' Sow if1 I could find a young man i if whose- tcgrity I could place implicit confidence, the best thing for me to do would to give hiur an i merest in niy business, ex- pecting him of coarse to tuke a bhiire of my duties by way of recom- pense. In you Mr. G-aylord, I 1 have found my man and uow I offer )ou an interet't in my business equiva- CIIL to a salary of or Tint, generous offer of Mr. SuiitU'a almost siiipeficd the }roung man. but W managed to say that the unexpected but liberal ..fler awakened such strong emo- tions that he could not gather enough to tender sufficient expressions of gialilude; but he hoped Mr. Smith would consider bis unhesitating accept- .nice full evidence that be was far from feeling ungrateful. In reply. Mr. Simtfi said: If you are satisfied. Sir. I consider my business safe in the 1) iiidw of a miifi of whose honesty I fcare had cuch strong proof, and consequent- ly will liave less care in my own, Can you take my position on the first ot the Xcw Yes, or this moment, jf you desire it." O, no." laughingly responded Mr. Sum h. You h.ivo liad trouble lately. You must enjoy the intervening few weeks.. Take your wife and go xisiting among your relntires, or enjoy yourself in some other way. I .will have everything arranged so that you can take joui position on New Year's morning, and di> not want to see you before then H'is half past ten, relatii been as h-'ppy as I could and I have a f'uw li-tters to write before have desired, hue I have di.-p-istd oi my the eli-vcn o'clock mail." Actinjr on buhiiiei-s, and intend leaving town this- jrentli; liiiit. Gaylurd left the office. h..d Hairy mrpr si-d the old U'lion Harry was jrone. and the good uieuhant, who hutncdly said did merchant was left alone, he ex- of ynur bu.-itiep-.? Intend claimed: Ieavinjrtov.il? lias any one left you ;i A fino younjr of the fortune? Or have )ou reeeivt-d a f'l-i m.iteri industrioua, and vor.iblu opportunity' advance }our in- energetic. I have d me well in securing feasts by 1. .own him. and shall do well if I can help Nuithcr of Mjrmi'cs arf cor him." rect. My fur .hisiujr j Ye irs afterward, when Harry Cfay- w-re the i.iiluie.s ol' Smith haiibiim loid. then the weahhutsl merchant [ind Caller a large stock of Tohiicco, Tipes, if jou want a good clpnr, go to Sprngue's) will be nt tJiercry COME AND SEE iMiypicwn nnd Surpron. Drug und Cook A. II. D.', i f Having pur- chased prop- erty and es- t a b 1 i s h e d himself at ,wijl to all bnsi- in the line of pi otcssion. ALL WOKK WAU- UANTI'.D to complete satisfaction. TEE1H 1JC1SACTID PAJ Olhce, at Ji'is "Ding Store, near'the Post Oftico, Lea, Minneso'fa. BEOKIVB QUSTOMERS' and to ntte-nj to their uants. Call nn4 etc him and he. will do his best to pit-use" you. DONE, MADE TO ORDER on the shortest notice. j r. if i lui the slmi'l recently bv (i 1) -Bull a .T5TJ5 Jt T KKJET, iBpii'pniuil to snjiply hifi mnny fiiernl" olioicc cuts nt the cheapest rntc. A complete supply will be kept on hundn Shop on tfce of Hi-ondway uml Hall's f i 'an eons. f i BROWN PRATT (mil Dealers in all kinds of LIFE mum co. OF N YORK, Offers unsurpassed inducements lo persons wishing to Jnsurp their livca. For table ratjBS of the different kinds of olicies inquire of, 'A.G. WEDGE, Local Agent, _ _ _ MJNK. ALBERT CEA, MINN Cabinet H. I am ready at all times to supply orders for Single or Double rigs, "hecoi ding to the wnijts of my friends. Stables; near the Webber House, Albert Lea, Minn. BABDES, i Albert Lea. Minn ifaq the Government field notes of Freeborn oounty. Othce with A. G. Wedge. Union Block. Manufacturer of, and Dealer in all I JE of of oYcry description. These gentlemen be- ing long icnceil in the business, and having erected a large Carriage House feet, with BLACKSMITH PAINT SHOP j attuchod, nre noiv prepared to do OF ill their line. Parties nre invited to call uud Htook (vnil speuimnns -of work before purchasing elsewhere. llepniring done on short notice. Shop sonlh ot the Western Home hotel. Albert Len, Minn. Having rfnrcliaaed the entire stock of J, now prepared to sell all-hjinrfs of JtTarble CSTIN MARBLE TAKD. A1 Mnnufneturors of ami Oenlers in all kindx of mm HITMAN as cheap aft can bo bought west of the sisshj on slock will MANLES, FHRNITURE TOPS i "of the best Ordefs from abroad, 'or tlirouph our agents, will meet with proVnpt attetition. antl Show ROOIBS on south side of selling all kinds of Public Scjuave. AUSTIN; L. i i j- M! (HJiiiiviH. Whj-, Harrv. what could have kept you so late to-nifrht? Jle replied I rcmaiiifd at the store to do pomp that T was un ible to to day. and which required immediate nt- teiiti n. You ticpd nr.t h ive waited fiir me. Kiln, but should have retired at y jur usunl hour Hut. Harry if 1 had retired I would not been ;.bli' to sleep as I was alarmed cnnei-i-oinL'yu you said until- this morniiiLT about fctayintj away till STOCK I did not think T should be delayed this evening, or I should have uien- tioiicd it to you Harry (.1 iylord threw himself down upon a lounge and in a m utcnt hi-- face clothi-d with the njd. tronblf-d look wife tr.izi-d and h-tidi'ilv upon him for a fi-w inniiintit'- and then went and kneehd by him. and placinjr her arms auiutid hih neck, she kiudls as-kcd dear TT.jrrv. for the last few duys I have noticed that you appeared troubled concerning wniiotliing If that be so. should not make your wife 3-0ur coniid.int A (tor n slijrht hesitation, he s-iirl My dear wife your are con-opt. I am in dei p trouble During, the 1-ist I hnvp h-id minor pecuniary that crippled me >-e vert'ly. and my mivf irtune culminati-il in tho f lihire of Smith Lati- C and Ciirtor Sanndi-rs. The former firm owes me BCVPH thous and. -iiul 'he liitter. five lirs and neither cnn piy twenty oout> on the dollar T failures sweep away everything T ami now the question is. shall I close my bit-inecs, and pay my creditors rvrrv cent I nwo I can do at striisr- trle on for a time? Theic is a poss'ibfl- itv of my my lost capital in a few years, thanks to my former prompt- ness in mperinn; my obligations niv ori'dit first-class: but am I'doioir ri-jlit in the prr-perty of others I act justly and honor.ihly in so d If pvpryihinsr works favorably, no one will be the T shall escape cen- sure; if not my creditors will be fur mnrc likely to lay my unsuews in bus iness to ineapsifity than l.-ick of intosjr T conf'pss tint I an> almost bowildeved. and do not know how My di'ar wife, cannot you advise DIP Mrs Gnylord jrrpatly these revelations, for her hir- band had said very littlp to hor in rela- tion to his business, she had always ftnp posed everything was unjujr with haniionv. But surprised us was. her Christian spirit -ind hinjh si'nsc i.f honor readilv.proinpted this reply dear husband to me the qucs tion dops not seem to be 'ho probibility of your attaininir success hy prnlnnsrinp your strucfirle with a destiny, but whether you would he ucrinsr estly in riskinjryour creditors' iponey andi I mnst acknowlodiie that, although entirely ignorant of commercial law and usiisre. I can not'see how you can do oth- erwise than bring your 'business to a 'j hi failures .--ix-pf away my entiie capit.il. HI d not being desirous of becoming a bankrupt. I closed my bu-inobs, and fcaved ui3 ctcd'.t and t-uditors." Hut could you not have stemmed the current hile longer If i-ry- fhing had worked favorably. 3'ou have regained your lost fortune j but I presume ymi jielcled to in nat.ve city, was nuked what he con- sidered the foundation of hie success, he replied of my first endeavor good ad- vice of my dear wife when I was sorely ihe undcrserved generosity of Mr Smith." COL WHITELY. of the secret service, Y unjr man. that will ncvei do. It ic- has uiade an important capture of a no- a c.N.1 hod ,i brave heart to (orious vendor of countcrfcit m attain in business life. lou J should not have -become despondent at tO !e the I Dutchman. und a lar-ie amount of i bogus currency, plates, and other ooun- [Ie is a native of New Knji' md. and hab been one of mo.-t -ucces'-iul experts at his pro- fession. He has been followed for four months by the deh-gites. but managed to elude them, through New York. New Jersey, and Pennsylvania He traveled undoi the guise of a peddler, and his rial name is Milton Buger. Whitdy ;ns i on the 9th with n jtmtse of his men made n descent on a house in K.itst Twenty fourth street near }our age. W'y, have thirt3' years to woilvintr you UMIVC at my age. You should have keut your money and Ptrugjied on; the w> rst hjd been realized, yui could C lc have c with your creditors. Mr. I have been mistaken in you. I thought you a mm of remark- able energy and indomitable pluck To thi-5 outburst of feeling, Mr. Gay- lord quickly replied: Before you pass final judgment. Mr. Smith, I to say a few words, and then I think you will judirc me i ,rl harshly. I have not yielded'to uiibfur- "d captnr.ng n most corn- rune or difceouragement. but to the die- PIotf of money, tales of my cunscience.I uiiuht have j set of uteel platcg -plendid prubS, a done as you stru'-.-led on fi5 currency, pieceg till I was forced to clnse. and then lime of pl''toi5 troln wlllrh wcro made a di-gr.ice.ful failure T he ch uices alld sevel''tl thousand dollars of were a.riinst uiy suc-L-es-ful. and do 3011 think I have been ju-.ti- fied m riskiim eip tal MI th s m in- ner I do not think I would, and c >n- have sold CMJI} thing, atid I now can take pride in that, un- fortunate I be' n. 1 owe no man a dollar, and have wronged no man As to ui> yielding to i uiiir opper.iteu by some parties yet hope to piovu the contraiy and several i spin ions notes printed and cut ready for diaiiibiitiun The capture was result of the arrest of the Centre street 2'iii'j of c iunterieiters made by Col. U'h.tely la-t week, some of whom let 1 I'.ill i-ccasional words in their conversa- tion with the officers Mint led the tatter was be- When had Smith merely asked it sin pin- left is been more fnrtun-ite than I t1 a counterfeit factory limfl v i HUT opper.ited by some parties 1.1 arrvstea, cuiieluded, Mr. A Lrmisviile dressmaker has inher- ited a fortune of i Andy Johnson is writing a book on The Constitution." A good way to expand your Have you any positijn in view, or cany a big heart in it what cnuisjd'i propose adopting? i Kentucky made gallons of able in (ind j whisky in 1809, aud only gal- 'Ions in 1870. j Why should young ladies never wear Because it is so horrid to see a iintieip.ited. have a surplus of Po I h.ivo nut been as yet. I intend leaving this, city, and visit Now k in search of employment in some larvre house. I think I can safely expect reentmn.-nd i- tions IVotn evi-iy house with which I have done You would have no objection to recommending me. would you, Mr Smith None whatever, Mr Oaylord And Middcnly rising and extending his MINN. -Agent, Albert Lea, Minn. D. o. KO. DKOMMERHA0SEN, Mnnufacturc'r of WAGONS. CUTTERS, 'AND SLEltTllS of every description. Repairing dona to order unil on the shortest, notice. Shop on Clark streut. Albert Lea. Minn., Of all BUREAUS, WiSHBTAHDS, BEWAKlj. Pai-jjesare hereby warned against cutting or cftrryingawaytibi- hcv from tho nej- section 26, town 108, rtingc 20; ar I wflll prosecute, according to law any person who shall commit trespass thereon. O. PABEJjIR.. TEAPOYS, Work tables, Whatnots. -Of all description, And in found in a Furniture _3L.t in' MA'I and NI'JURE MAR1JLE, AH work done in theineateat nod most ar- tiBtiii I toanncr. O'rdeVs tnkcn; for Scotch n.1 the ponsible rates; on six-ori eight months'- t f..-1- i of PuBlie'SqUarfe. MINN1.': close, without, exhibifing a deplorable laeJt of inteRrity." Neit.her can I Hut, Ella.' it does seem so very thnt sifter scvertil years of severe toil and rhjid economy everything should be lost through r'hc uiisfiirtunCs of others. For myself I care but beinp yoiinjr and strong I can Jilb but I cannot the idea of bringing you in contact with poverty." As for me, Harry, do not be troubled. I can assure yofi that I would prefeJ; livinp'in' degrading no not de- aaf nothing' can be degrading that is pa'ufcSed only, and not but abject poverty, and '1 el the partner'1 or niy heiirt hud nt nfs tliari live in1 feel tint resal spleKdor' on any.fhinsr sessinjir ibe slSJrHterit clement of iittbon- iict as your con- '1 fseience My'dear wife', thin reply J, to suit hand to Harry, he continued, Allow me to express my profound admiration 'tor i your sense of duty and un- flinching integrity. I humbly bftryour t'orgiveueis for my abruptness at the commencement of this eonvers itinn erroneous eoitclnsions proinpti d me t speak as I did. lleieaftei, consider me among your warmeit friends; if ever an opportunity is afforded me, I will piove my sincerity hy my actions You muar not be in too great a hurry to leave this city. Clall on me next day. and we will have another interview in relation to you'r'interesA After thinking Mr Smith for his sympathizing woids, Hany left thn store in fur better spirits than when lie en- tered. On next Tuesday Harry Gaylord again visited and received When they became seated. Mr. Smith said Since our last interview. T have given ,onr conversation much sen'oug have'duly investigated statements made by you, and having fimnd tliem correct in every particular, have had no reason to change my good opinion of you. By the Way, have you found yet? Harry'replied that he hud not. Not having thought favorably'of Working in n subojdirt-it'e position in his native city, he only waited tins interview with Mr Smith before proceeding to York. May I ask 'your reason fiW siring to hold yoar nntivc'tt 'You must j not, fhink that 'f oqiislder such' a position de- grading rfr offensive to'nl.V'pride, as I do' lot; but promotion wbuld'follow too to suit J tho office of Mr Smith a welcome girl -ti-jht" Amy of Iowa, weighs 352 pounds. Thib is the latest big- Amy. Prosperity nnd adversity are Siamese twins. But few men ever umde love to the former with.iiit becoming intimate with the latter. An uuly old bachelor s izgests that births sh >uld be published under tho head of .Music." The worst fooled thief on record is a Mississippi ch ip. who, the other day, stole lite heaviest carpet he could find in ilu depot, and after carrying it five miles, opened: it and f mnd the con- tents to ba a bnshol of Bibles. A new garter is heralded. It is a heavy, round elastic cliaiu. much the style (.f the hewy gold ohniita upoft which the locked, are Worn, tiit'd has, a hook and eye on it. The hook, is par-' d.mablo, but tho eye is ,vory repreliens'. ible. The post tells nf a nun fa Troy who left his boa-ding house-'fust because a ,rat bit off Uis. ear, Wlieo people get to be that particular about triflus. they ought to bottrdiii" inxl keeping house. Q Beware of bueybodiw. A man wf.o puts difterehi hat the them shou'ld dis- never n subordinate position in ?Jy A Connecticut l-iwyftr. er-..b8 the nvei- ice.'was'told that b-would be qniirelysafe, bo mafco the ntti-mpt bis hands and knees. Anxious he humbled labari. ly got hiilf way ho was ay acien ho wa overtaken by a' tmjfn" 'drivinj. Icisurel a.ong in- a .The rapidity- which, he. assumed an uprioht position startling to the drivor. P   

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