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Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard (Newspaper) - April 6, 1871, Albert Lea, Minnesota IWfllOlY (Mm STAXDABD, ri'BUSIIKO KVKBY THURSDVT. Tcrnn, Per Year, In Advance, TI op inch iuoli inch inch inch vol. col. col. 1 Olli 1 75 so i '1 G 501 w 1.50 2 2.50 ;5 50 5 4.50 15 00 7.00 50110 00 0 00. 8.50 10 00 11! 00 00 00'20 00 8 50 2') 12 18.00 7. 1-2 00122 00 ,0 OOnO 00 10 oo is no .0 oi) 50.00 "n oo The following, in addition to the bo strictly adhered to Professional cards of five or less Will beinscitcd at per your; extra for each additional lino. Local notices, ten cents per line for the first insertion, and cents per line for eixch additional insertion none taken under fifty Editorial notices, inserted by request, with a view to advertising business, hftuen cuts per line. Religious and clinrit.ible notice" notices of HUM ..xgt's and dual as, ill be m- without Lpg.il and Govern.iient nchortisemrnts will be at oents per siju'ire to: ths Fust insritiori, an 1 pc> for additional Attorneys onlo-uns in advciti-e- toents are icgaidcd is account ible foi the unless tliei c is tin ngi eetuent to chat go same to another puty. Transient Advertisements must be paid for in advance; It-gul the nlhdmit of publication is given anil all others quar- terly. Arrivals and Hppurtui'cs Albert Lun. of Math at K dailj at 12 M.. f. H. Arrives daily at Drp.vts daily at ii p. M. Arrives daih at 12 M. son HER v. Albtrt Len nml Forest and Ratuiday Departs M. Ai- rives Tuesday and Criday at IJ i', M. Albert LP.I and Xorthn ood. Vi'i h PS Sut- urclay at 12 M. Depnits Saturdiu at 1 i1. M. i piu i s i MIS Albert IjCa 'iml lYei-boiii Ik-parts Von- ami I'l id.ij at 4. JO r. M Ariives same days at 10. .JO A M. Albert Lea and Depai ts SiUur- at 7 A. M. Ariives Friday at t: M. Albei t T.ea and atonna Departs Mnn and Tli urMlii at 7 Ai Tues- day mid Fruliiy nt l> i'. M Office hours, S to'12 M mid 1 to S i> M Stur Lodpe. No. 2tJ, A F .V A M com- munications at Albert Lea on the and fourth Wediiesd.ijs of each month. II D M A. G. WBDOD, .Sec. VOLUME 10. ALBERT LEA, MINNESOTA, f HURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1871. NUMBER 52. A" JLantl Agents. A ATTORNEY AT LAW, T.nnil Pollccting Ajront, Albert Lea, Minn. Olhce in Union Block over the Drug Store of Wedge Blaekiner. lifts a complete, and the of litle to all lands in Froeboin County. Abstracts fin niched and ceitified to as required by l.iu anil titles perfected upon i ensonable term'; A T T O Tl N E Y A T L Otheeat the Court House. AUSF.KT 1.1' V, A W MINX. STAL'V KI.U, Attorneys at T.nu, Notaiies Public, Real Instate nrd f'ollei'tio'i Is of nil .unuriri noknouleilg- inents taken. 11 Hlis oil, Titli-t in1 Lutuls bought ,md -uld j-ii likulur attcn- j turn to C'l uk and New ton St. Albert Lea. C. C Si u v. A. M. TVUKB. Established 1858. T J. HOGAtf, WHOLESALE GROCER and COMMISSION'MERCHANT General Agent for the different Powde Manufacturers. Ely's Single nnd Double Water-Proof Cap; Patent Shot, Tlopan's Block, Front Street 35yl La Crossc, Wis. Ac WIIKLPLEY, -J Dealeis in BOOKS AND 'STATIONERY, LC COC11K ATTOirxcY COUNSELOR At iui'l .Notuiy I'ublic. Urouduiiy, Albeit Li-fi, Mini.o-.otn. 9 2 t f. AND COLLKCT1XG VGKNT. procnitd nt mj otbce. Lute plats ki-pl on li.iad Into] in. itiou by letter or otlioiuNi, gratis. I.SSLI: t t icpiesent fust-class Fire, I. id. ttud Casualty Compa JSletckfitn it Its. TTk VN. J lUL'KFORD, call the attention of the public to liis fiieilities fo i ING A: IIORSE-SUOEING. Work done eheap, expediliouHly, nnd in the tetoty m inner him a i. ill Shop smith of the Ilarringtou Jfouio, Spring I ake. AUIDIIT LK _____ MINN. ajn Cropse, Wis Agwvcy for School Books, Sini'h's Arner loan Organs, Piang's American Howe's Seeing ami Lamb's Mnchmex. 87yi (1OrtDON T is LAXG1JUN, Wholesale Dealers in Foreign and Domestic WINES, BOTTLED ALJ3, PORTER. No. 4, Front Sti La RTIIUR M. TRIGG, 3 MINX PRtCi: CASH STOll G 11 E E N W.O OD CUTLER, Dealers in Dry Goods, CloOnng-, Yankee Notions, Farnani's Block, Main Street, three doois west of Post Office, La Ciosse, Wis. C1ITV STK VM HAKJUIY. F. GUTCESELL. OO Fiont Street, La Wis. All kinds of Bread, Cakes, and Crackers at wholesale and retail. 37} 1 W. HANSCO M, Jobbei and Dealer in Hailroatl Time Tables. SOUTHERN MIXM1SOTA 1! Going We-'t. Going Hnst, P i Winnebago ar p m. dcpni t e> Oil a dcpait m. nruiell-OOn de 400p.m. n-4.'> n Altea p.m. U 20 p Oakland" p. m 1 10 p Komsey '2-'2Q p in. i p la 7.4.r> n m. nriivc 7. p Connects at La do with uppei nnd ni. m m. m in 1 p in. i rribo iK M tfetvelers. Dealers in CLOCKS AXD JEWELRY for all points on eissippi with tinins on the Tiaukee and St. I'.uil H.iiluay to nml fruru Milnaukee, Cliicng nnd the Ca'-t. At Fountaiu, with st.iges toi Ch.-itheld and Preston At Kamsoy. with trains on the in- j keeand St. 1'iiul It.ulu.iy, to ami from St Vanl. Sliniieijioln', St 1'itei ra i i 1 Duluth, St Cloud ,nd .it i ly i At WelK. for mm b 150 City, Blue I'nth City, Fnnrioiint, .uid I Ml ki Jaekson. CLA1UC 'I MOMl'.MlV. dnnc to titneral JJIOH! J. If GinnsiB, Superintendent WARE, ALIU'MS, -MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, such as ACCOHDEOKS AND VIOLINS. YANK'-E NOTIONS, fn i.ict a complete stock of goods in their BOOTS. SHOES, HATS. CAPS. LAL1ER1 FURS, E011ES, J3UCK GOOPS Prices. Corner Minn and Tlind LV CROSSE, WIS H. ANGELROTH, Dealer in MILWAUKEE .t ST. t'AL'L UVII.N VV. ti nn the Alilw.rikne iml S. Tuiil Hull n nl i.ii ami ilcput d.ulj Siinduj4" evcepted, Arrive. Austin 2 r M. JfcOregor 7. >0 Ramsev tollous u ootvo WI.ST. Do part. St. Paid Eanisey, Austin Jlcdrogor i i' I- 7-JO r. M. M M NO M. II. M. in Ramsey K i s r. St. Piul Ansf in 2 10 r 2 18 i- 8 57 1 20 f liesf good' kept and n-ar- v. ill bo sold cheaper than !.i''0 in n oit ent of on hand ut 11 oik in the Jewelry line i i.i.e M" jti t receded U Vo. BLOCK, Ountonim, w nieh ih -ortM, especially adnptud to JJiiuie- ota Money invcstctl in forest Evergrueng ind diseased trees is orse tlian thiovtu riierofore, when w.iiu trees or plants. HIJ those to bo reliable. Hand in 'our orders as eailv as possible. Address P. 111 or give our to C L. SMITH, Albert _ea, Minn TOUT11WLSTKIIN N" it's. WKDGK AND D pursiciAXS ALHCKT LF A. C. Wedge. V. D F HI itkmer M OHicc in the Union lUuok. A II. STREET, M. D., 'PHYSICIAN SURGEON. Office first door south of the Post Ofl.ce Albert Lea. Minn, e lire i_i nis for the celebi aim u us Moms I'ei tinted Spectnclei unequnled toi .st i engt lemi nnd pie--i i niir quiituies. Cinn, A.SD ..nods, ot xvhich not loom to n ni M n ,ind Me -diall bo happy loshou tin in, 11 JH thi'r 3 ou b C Y I nut And Pi'ali-i in ill Kindt of FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC CLOTHS I wish to inform the people of Freeboi n County thai I will Mil Cloths bj t lie j aril, ut COST for Hie nn-.t THIKTY'lJ s. I am prr ido 1 n h all the Pieilities Cutting- nntl G AND 1501 s- G with and dispitcli, in the latest FALL -iml WIN'IKK STYLES All of 1 do not bpsiti'te to sny. will be sold ohe.ipei- than at any other linuse in the ounty. r.dl ind me a'irl I do my best to please ou In in.) cloth dep.itlinent I hmo Knplish r-tncx ('as iini-i Knglisb Meltons. maii Doeskin, A nii'i ic in Hitvei. andllio.i'' Cloth, Albeit Lea, Jan 20, 1871 N C0m> imle n-jst of Depot FAIUlUt'LT, HICK COUNTS, HEHKV LINDSAY. Proprietor. WHITE BEECH! 'Ton million seedling1- 2 j-e-irs o'd. One umlred thousand of for .f 00 Velmible for timber nnd protection fuel nd nuts; a rapid growth, very hardy, jnsf beautiful and delicious foliugp, istribiiled by bewilchiiifr spray. of Foreft Tree1-, nnd Ti-ens wthout nniulicr. V'lriit Our nry Xiubcry r-Ucs. it iloiiie oojit liiiine piucli i.iiuAlile infer :.tion, uiuilcd for !0 Addrc'-'S I'lN.NBY 'm4 Ptiirgcon Oooi <'o. CsSf" riecli 0 irdcn I'lowe1, Fiui! Herb, j Ti ot- ,1 Mn i.ml ecu Si-id-. re- i pnii) liy mnil, wuli for ciilnu-o. five ihilcieiit lur 'I h f'.rtalogue hint to nny l.nn ndili gratis. lie hi1-! to [.nil the Seeds on Commit-1, on. 1! M. VTSOX. Old nml Srcfl 1'lj nmuili, in 18-IJ. l.lniJ Vliicli lie ill sell for cash or ready pay as the CHEAPEST. He would particularly call the attention of farmers to his large and fine stock Wtittlf, aiuJ JtfarJtine Oifs. Beet Machine Oil at Also a large stock of PUKE WINES AND LIQUORS for medical purposes. Thorough and com- petent are in attendance, and pre- bcripiious will be promptly and accurately filled at all hours of the day or night. .Store near the Post Office, Broadway, Albert Lea, Minn. A. H. STREET, M. D Analytical (Jheraiat. LOOK! E. W. SPEAGUE ff.is i-PTiioved to bis new store, corner of and Main, South of hotel. He haa STOCK of Pl'llfi DATGS. 1LED1CIXEK. NEAT'S FOOT. MACHINE OILS Also n Inrpe (it you want a good of Tobncco. ar, go to .Spiague s) FI A. HANSON D H. B. S. G1IJU3, PIIYSICI AXD SURGEON, Geneva, Minnes-ota Office first iloor north of Post Office. D VE OCTOII ETEKINARY SUIIGEON, Treats horses successfully, no mutter uluit tho disease is. Office ut A. II, Street's Drug Store, Allieit Lea, Minii. Insurance. TIIJJ: If 6TUEBI', 51. D pur- p i op- erlj nml i s t i bll H Ii ud himself at this place, will attend to nil busi- ness ill the lino of his piofessl0n. ALL WOKE WAR- KAM'KD to e complete satisfaction. TEETH EX'IKACTEB WITHOUT PAIJ. Olhce, ul his Drug Store, near the Post Oflice. Albi'rt Lea, Minncsotn. Takeb pleasure in to his numer- ous friends and pati uns that he kab succed- Mr II Hanson in the TAILORING Buiness, and will keep a FIRST-CUSS estiibhshnieiit on thecoini'i ot and Wilh.im Ktryets, where Ue will be ready at all times to RECEIVE CUSTOMERS nnd to attend to their wants. Call and see him and he w ill do his to pluuse you. CW7TTIJV0 OR sorrs TO OUDI-R oa the, bhoitobi notice. ALBERT LI5A, MINN eat tsffarti et 8." JIIMES, luivnif; puithvscd tne vfund lecently occupud by C. D B.ill ns a is T n Ihpiep.iied to K T supply his iniiny fiipuds w ith chiiiuc cuts ut the cheapest late A complete supjily will be on hand Shop ou the coiii'-r ol Rionduay and illiani St.. opposuc ILill s bank. Albci t Lea, Minn. i huh w ill be sold nl tho very lowest price? COME AND SEC Di Pioshinp, Physician and Surgeon, oT'i e i_t K. Sprague's Drug and Cook More. Stiver y Stable. IBiscel 'aneous. G LIFE IMAM OF >'EW YOKK, Offers imlucomeiitsi to persons wishing to insure tlicir lives. For table rates of the different kinds ot policies issueil, inquire of A. G. Local Agent, ALBJSllT LKA, MINX. Manufncuirers nnd Dealers in all kinds of Cabinet Ware. TIT JPECK, Manufacturer of, and Dealer in all kinds of Albert Lea, HI inn Has the Government field notes of Freeborn county Office with A. G. Wedge, Union Block. BUTLER ALMIII oaUs to Ins fine IS, 8 SI IS Kgl HHOF. Wlieri'.ill kiniN ot be 1 executed in his line. Give him a call. Shop on Brondwtiy, Albert Lea, Minn 47if I nm ready at all times to supply orders for Single or Double rigs, according to the wants of my friends. Stables ueur the Webber House, Albert Lea, Minn. GILBERT BABDEN, PHOPBIETOB. f Be Story of a I am going to relate to you an ep gode in my life, which occurred when was quite a young girl, and of which ran scarcely think now, without a thrii of terror prcvading my frame. I wa visiting my brother, a young physician lately married, who was living in the western part of Illinois, quite a new country then, and very thinly settled His family was small, consisting of him self and wife, and a hired man and hi< house, a simple log cabin, containing two rooms serving for kitchen, and one for a small chamber above; beside this, small ronm in the yard served himsel: for an office, and his man for a sleeping apartment. was before the era of railroads and, during the summer, it became nec- essary for him to go to a distant town, to replenish his stock of medicines. I may not be back he said, as he stood in the door, drawing on hiw gloves but I think there will be no danger whatever in your remain ing alone, and Annie, I know, is no coward." Oh, she replied, laughing, lightly but you must leave your re- volver, Harry, or I shall not feel safe." My revolver I" he answered, why, you could not use it if you had it." Indeed, but I she replied. "That was an acromplishmcnt< I ac- quired when I found I W.IP to be the wife of a backwoodsonan Harry laughed, but he gnve her the pistol, and with an admonition to her not to shoot herself, seated himself in his buggy, gathered up the reins and drove rapidly down the smooth white road, until he was lost to view in the dim recesses nf the forest. 1 lingered at the gate long after his departure, drinking in tho beauty of the cool quiet morning, with its blue sky, ribboned and dotted with clouds, its wide circling dewy fields nnd woods, whose were now vocal with melody. When I returned to the An- nie, busy about her household avoca- tions, met me at the door Can you really I asked. Would not yon be afraid My brother tauzht me, when I was a she answered, but thut has been sn long agn that I do not know whether I could now or not." Hov.evcr. I do not apprehend anh danger, Grace j our neighbors, althougy rough, are honest, clever people, and no one knows anything about the mon- ey Harry has." I knew that sometime before my brother received a sutn of money to make a pay men ton his laud, but was not aware until that morning that he had it with him, and the knowledge did not add to my souse of security, al- though. Annie assured tne again nnd again that no one knew anything about it In household duties the day passed rapidly away I swept and arranged flic sitting room, and thouirht then, as I have often since, tlut I h.id seen far more pretentious apartments not half -so cheerful There were pictures upon the uliite-washed and at one end of the room a row of .shelves containing Harry's hbr.iry A ne.it rag c.irpet covered the floor and white curtains draped the windows A large open fire place, which almost filled one end of thu apartment, was every morn ing filled fresh green boughs, arid nn the shelf above vases of'wild roses diffused their fragrance on the air In die afternoon as Annie and I were seat edwith our sewing, trying to disguise cuir lonehni.'-Si from each other, a btup f-nundiid on the gravel walk without and one of onr neighbors presented himself at the door. He was a man I h-id never liked, although far superior to any around him in culture and education. Coming, no one knew from whence, for the purpose, as he of speculating in land, and lodging with a family who bore rather a putable character, although no'hi g had ever been pnjjten against him. Is not Dr Wood at he in- quired in his easy familiar way, as he entered the room and seated himself. replied Annie, he went to S------ this morning, probably- to be going back. So I she replied, and getting it. And I, not being so vigilant as yon are, am going to fasten the I said, examining the lock of the cbfuu- ber door. I found, however, that it was broken, r.nd impossible to fabfen, and Annie laughed merrily, as 1 dragged, with uniuh exertion, a chest. containing books, before the door. What a time I hhall have getting that away in the she said I will help Ijinswered, brief- ly; for, disguise it as I would, I nervous, and a little frightened. The melancholy cry of the owl was the last thing I heard, as my senses gradually lost themselves in oblivion. What is It was Annie's voice, in a startled whisper, that awoke me. In an instant I was wide awake, and listening. A low, grating, sub- dued sound, evidently proceeding from fbe lower room Then a and steps, muffled, and almost inaudible. I could have screamed with terror, but it seemed to me as if I had lost my voice. Hush said Annie, tightly grafip ng my wrist. Don't m ike a sonnrl, "or heaven's sake Then she arose. groped her way silently through thr j fortune, amnuntin Ctco. Whitman ct? of every description These gentlemen b ing long experienced in the business, am having erected a large Carriage IIou 2-lxGO feet, with BLACKSMITH PAINT 'SHO attached, are now prepared to "do KMWMtS OF WOKJt in their line. Parties are invited to oa and examine stock and specimens oi' before purch.ising clspwheie. Repiiiring done on short notice. Shop south ot the Albert Lea, Minn. I hare opc-nod an office in ALDEN for tho sale of all kinds of farm machinery, in- oUuMtlg Threshitig-Machinos, Reapers, Mowers, Seoders. Hny Bakes, Wagons, Machines sold by me wi" i order, and warranted t uyruer, y step Then there was a land tried cautiously at tho lock of thr> [our, gave a slight pui-h, then seemed 0 exert more strength and the box slowly- to move I hcaid a lick the door opcnod a loud report, and siuiulu-me ubly a heavy f.ili. and muttered curse nd exclamation from below. Annie hrew her weight the dour ami me to come and help hold it re was silence fur ti'iK1; then lie ?ound oi some one slowly movinar bout in the lower room, and directly he quick gallop of a' th'u oacl. I our danger i.1- I wliis- ercd to Annie Siic d.d not reply; nd. seated on the clust. we clung Ij'vermir to each other, until the prey ilavvh begjn to appear in the east Nev- er. I am sure, were aiorning rays more eagerly welcomed. Af soon as it be- came light enough to pee. we comiucnc ed our research, which proved that Annie'a shot had indeed taken effect. A pool of blood at the foot of the bt.iirs first met our view, and from thcneo a succession of drops led through the i rootu, and into a Ili-ie we lost' all trace, but we found our dng Lion. I lying de id befurethe kitchen d ior. evi- dently by n as no marks were per- ceivable .iViUt him Annie informed me that she bad been first awakened bj his gro-.vlmg. but was giadually falling asleep, n hen the nuise at tiie window aroused her Of'couise the day passed weaiily with us until return, and when bo >auie. and he.ini our t.ile he was even more excited than we were. A band of the neighbors were hastily collected, te trace, if possible, tho cul- prit, htfping that a small I omitted to state we had found in the lower prove a clue. Ihoir search was unavailing. no wounded man c mid be but a remark which Harry made bi.s re- turn. sLnitu-jiit to me. Wo i to account for the meanness of the crime of which he stood convicted. An uncle of'his, a gentlenwn of con- siderable property, made his will iu fa- vor of a clergyman, who was inti- mate and. committed it to the reut of the family, to the custo- dy of the divine. However, not long before his. death, having altered his mii'id! with regard to the disposal of his wealth. lie made another will, in which he left the eleigyman only five hundred pounds, and bequeathed the bulk of his large- oroj.-city tc his nephew and Mr. Eyre. Soon after the old gentleman's deathr Mr.pEyrc. rummaging over his drawers. ouud tiii.- Lbt and perceiving the epac) of five hundred pounds in it for' the clergyman, without any hesitation or scruple of conscience, he put it into the fire, and took possession of the effect.'-, in consequence of his uncle be- ing supposed to die intestate. The clergyman coming to town BOOB- after, and inquiiing into the circum- stance? of his friend's death, asked: if he had made a will before he died. On answered by Mr-. Ejre the negative, the clergyman very coolly put his hand in his pocket, and pulled! out the forfiicr will, which bad been committed (o liis care, in which Mr. Eyre had biVjiipathed the whole of his to several thousand pounds. ciC'-pting a legacy of two hun- dred pounds to his nephew. One's Friends. Money ran buy many things nnd evil. All the wealth of the world could not buy you a friend, nor pay for the loss of one. I have wanted. only one thing to make me Hazlitt writes; "but wanting that, have wanted everything." And again r My heart shut up in the prison-house of rude clay, has never found, nor will it over find a heart to speak M'e arc the weakest of spendthrifts iF we let one fiietid drop off through inat- tention, or let one push another away4- or if wo hold aloof from one for petty jealousy or hi-edless slight of roughness. Would you throw away a diamond, be- cause it prickfd yru good fiienct is not to bo weighed all the jewels of tho earth. If there cool- or unkindness between us, let come face to face and have it out. Quitk. before love grows cold! Life is tr-n short to qtuirrc! to carry black th' ughts of friends. If I wrong. I am sorry; if yon. thon I sorrier yff. for should I not grieve for my friund s and the mend- iiisr of ynnr fault does not lie with. But the fi-irgiving it does, and thad tho happier office. Give me your hand and it even. There'! it is gone and I thank a kind Heaven I keep my friend still A iVictid too precious a thing to IKS lightly held, but it must a litlltr heart, that cannot find room for more ouc or two. The kindness I feel for you warms me touaid the real, makes mo long to do something to ajake you all happy. It is easy to lose .1 iriend but a new one will not come tor c.rinjr. make up for the one wben he c ;ines. THE pure, loving, and honest soul iflmngm accordance with God and Nature's laws, never g'ows old. cmironuiont may decay and drop to the earth to mingle again with its sister atoms but the inner spirit, if obedien-c. is- renewed, expnnded and perpetually gUnified. though its ever nearer and closer communion with its infinite source. THE falso shame which fears to be iletnotod in honest menial employment; which bin-inks from exposing to the world a necessary and honorable econo- my; which blushes more deeply fora shabby attire than fora mean action; and which dreads the sneer of the world more than the upbraidingsof conscience false shame will prove the ruin of every one who suffers it to influence' his thoughts and life. MERCHANDISE notice. Carriage, Buggy, and Cutter done to order, and on -short ALL WORK I huve also started SHOP 4 REGARDLESS Of Corner of Water and Washington Streets, i Albert Lea, Minnesota.' 43tf IN ALDEN! where everything in the business can be found and prices as low as in Albert Lea. Call and examine goods before purchasing elsfiw'here. GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES! Thankful for past patronage, and hope- ful for more, I remain, ypurs> WM. ELLIMAN: Remember the BKOADWAV, ALBERT and ALPEN, one of our neighbors with whom has any business relations. I can't trust him for answered. The sun neared the western horizon, and at length sunk to rest amid the gold and crimson clouds with all the magnificence of a monarch; then came the purple twilight, with its dusky shadows, its dew and its fragrance. I sat on the door step, where the 'long green grass grew -almost to my feet, watching the stars coaie out softly. one by one, and listening to the spirit tones of the whippoorwill as they came to ine from the dim recesses of the for- est Suddenly' a screech owl flitted past the house, and taking its station on the garden fence, began its shrill, qua- vering cry. Ugh it is ominous of evil, I said as I caine in and closed the door. Getting frightened, are you laughed she I think we had better retire, that will be the best way to make the time pass quickly." I assented, so we fastened the win- dows, locked tho door, and started up- stairs. 1 You are forgetting your pistol, Ato- I paid, seeing that she had left'it. iso'tiights gitive from justice when he came here, and that there was no crime in tho cal- pudar with which he was not familiar." .Vot a Safe Place to Dine. Many years ago, in the t-o called good old times a gentleman, having set foot for the first time in Ireland, re- paired to an hotel foi something to eat, and was accomodated with a roast fowl. He was proceeding to eat when hispl.iu divided with a sharp crack, and the wing, to which he had just helped him. self, flew up to" the ceiling. Soon after wards an excited waiter rushed into the room crying. he's safe, he's safe Who's safe inquired the bewildered traveler. Mister O'Musgrave, sir, said the waiter, in explanation; "the captain fired in the It thus became apparent to the gen- tleman that a duel had beed fought in the room beneath, and, without stopping to finish his repast, he ordered his lug- gage to be packed, and left Ireland im- mediately. A WILLIAMS College student, who went toPiltsiield on a the oth- er day, had occasion to get a check cashed at the bank, but thu cashier didn't know him and demanded identi- fication. Perplexed for a moment, he bethought, himself of the mark on his underclothing, and triumphantly unbut- toned his coat only to disclose in plain letters, on the band of his shirt, the name of his chum, who had lent him the garment for the occasion. A philosophic widow says that, in tho death of her she has one great knows where ho "Ir was remarked at a recent meeting' in Boston for the purpose of starting moral suasion temperance organiz- ation that the want of the day is anoth- er law than the existing prohibitory The.nced is for a law of individual self- control, tthich makes a man feel hin re- sponsibility to other men and to his God. When we have created that of self-respect we may trust a man anywhere. A POOR soldier, who, after three plications, succeeded in getting bounty, sent at once 810 to an who had loaned him that amount when he was in desperate need. A few d..f-t ago the uncle died, and by his will left the almost penniless soldier all his es- tate, valued at 6200.000, gmng ag- his reason fordiinirso thut he many lent money to iii.s relatives, and this onw alone h.id repaid him. Tins is- a gentleman's wav' of getting rid of rats: Put potash in. their holes and runs. The prior wretch- es get it on their t'ect, and over their fur, then thoy lick it, and don't like the taste of it; it burns them somewhat and the more they see of it life less they like it; so they dear out almost as soon as the application is made. To get rid of mice, the same pcr.sou uses tart.ir-emetic, mingled with any favor- ite food; they take it, take sick, and take their leave. AT a woman suffrage meeting in New York, last week, one of the female speakers proposed that the thirty-five thousand old maids in New England should go west and buy farms. This- propoaitson vVas commented upon and the opinion given that, if they should, I here would be fifty thousand after them. A kiss saved a girl's life in Fond dii fast week, for; if the man who did the deed had not pulled her lead forward just as he did, a beauir which' fell from Che upper-floor, would have dashed her brains out. Now >his will be no excuse for young men ciseing every pretty girl thcjr meet, nor 'or married men kissing any one behind the kitchen door, for there will prob-. ibJy not another beam fall in a ury. .NFW SPA PER JEWS PA PER I
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