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   Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard (Newspaper) - April 13, 1871, Albert Lea, Minnesota                                -Jf-' FREEBORX COUNTY STAXDARD, PVDLISURD EVEUV THUUSDVT. Terms, Per Year, In Advance, iucli inch iuch inch 1.00 i.r.'i 50 5 inch 4.50 col. 1 col. "4V j 00 5 00 4.50 P. 00 7.00 4.30) o iu 11 00 SJ.OO 1000 1 3.00 00 Hi 00 2000 6.50 1000 12 7.00111.00 1.00130.1 .50.00 oO.OO 1S.00118 OOjSO.OO 50.00 '.10.00 8.50 I2.00l2-.00 The following, in addition to the above, will be strictly adhered to: Professional cards of five lines or less Will be inserted at per year extra for each additional lino. Local notices, ten cents per lino for the first insertion, and five cents per hne for each additional insertion none taken under fifty cents. Editorial notices, inserted by request, with a view to advertising business, hfteen per line. Religious and cliarititblo notices, aNo notices of marriages aud deaths, will be in- serted without charge. Legal and Government advertisements Will be charged at 75 cents per square for the first inset tion, and 37J per square for additional insertion. Attorneys ordering in legal are regarded u-> accountable for the unless (here is an agreement to charge to another party. Transient advertisements must be paid for in advance legal, when the affidavit of is given and all others quar- terly. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS, ALBERT LKA, MIXNVSOTA. A. C. Wedge, M. D. F. A. BlacUmer. M. D. Office in the Union Block. A H. STREET, M. D., "PHYSICIAN sunn EON. Office first door south of the Post Office. Albert Loa, Minn, Tyi. E. S. GI13IW, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Minnesota. Office first door north of Ofhue. T) OCTOR LEASE, V E T E Pt I N A R Y S U E G E O N, Treats horses succossfuVh no matter what the disease Office at A. II. Street's Drug Store, Albert Lea, Minn. THE INSURANCE CO. OF NEW YORK, Offers unsurpassed inducements to person-, Vrishing to insure their lives. For table rates of the different kiiuK of policies issued, inquire of A. G. Local Agent, ALBERT LEA, MINN. Fruit niul Ornamental Trees, lOftlnlicis., HOSES, I'EONAS, HOUSE PLANTS, For sale by J. S. Shearman, of the North- western Nurteries, Rockfoid, 111.': a first class stock in eveiy respect The Piopn- elor has particular attention to the propagation of hardy sorts, adapted to Mnme- otii. Money invu-ited in forest Evergi vons and diseased trees is worse tljan tluouu UevpitVs. Column. HEAT REDUCTION1 to- VOLUME 11. ALBERT LEA, MINNESOTA, THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1871. _. Therefore, when j on want trees or plants, buy those known to be reh.ible. Hand in your orders as eaily as possible. Address J. S. SIIEAPMAN, Roekford, 111 or gh e your orders to C. L. SMITH, Agsnt, Albert I.ea, Minn. NURSERY. (One mile wost of FARITSU'LT, RICK COUNTY, MINN HENRY LINDSAY, Proprietor. WHITE BEECH Ten millioti seedlings 2 years old. One hundred thousand of them for Veluable for timber and protection fuel and nuts; a rapid growth, very hardy, most dense, beautiful and delicious foliage, distributed by bewitching spray. Multitudes of Forest Trees, and Ever- greens without number. 25 Varieties. Our j prices are less than ONE-HALF the ordi- nary Nurdevy rates. Large Descriptive Catalogue, containing much valuable infor- mation, mailed fbr 10 cents. Address PINNEY LAWRENCE, 42m4 Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., Wis. A' Iittntl Agents. AG. WEDGE. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Land Collecting Agent, Albert Lea, Minn. Office in Union Block over the Drug Store ot Wedge Blaokmer. Has a complete, and the only, abstract of title to all lauds in Freeborn County. Abstracts furnished and certified to as required by law and titles perfected upon reasonable terms. Insure Against fire! OLD, RELIABLE COMPANIES, REPRESENTED AT ALBERT LEA. BY Gr. Agency of The Continental Life, of If ew York FUIMS FOR SALE. A good Farm m the town of Mansfield, with 40 aoies under cultivation; 80 acres fenced; a good house, stable, and grannry Six miles fiom the of Alden. Pi ice per acre. Apply to A G. Wedge. A superior Farm of -00 acres, 100 prai- lie, aud 40 ot timber, with some improve- ments, at b5 per ixcie. Laud unsurpassed for quality. Apply to A. G. Wedge. One of the best, aud the ie.it improved farm in the town of Cnrlston, two miles from the ullage of Aldcn. Price low, and terms Cfis-y. Apply to A. G. Wedge. One of the best Business Blocks in Albert Lea for sale at low figures, and mostly on long time Apply to A U Wedge. A nice cottage House containing four rooms, with one aero of ground, beautifully situated in one of the most commanding positions of South Albeit Lea, will be sold great ij belou cost. Apply to A. G. Wedge. Pleasant residences in Albert Lea to be sold (.'HEAP, and choice lots for sale by A. G Wedge. A LOVELY, AT T O R N E Y AT LAW. Oflice at the Court House. ALBERT LEA, _ MINN. OTACY TYRER, Atioim'js at Law, Xotnrics Public, Real Estate and Collodion Agents. CONVEYANCING of all kituK sicouijuely done, acknowledg- ments taken, aduiinii-tered, p.mi, Titles investigated, inmls bought inul solil. Will puy particular atten- tion to collecting. Corner Clink andNeWton St. Albert leu. E. C STKCV, A.M. TTBKH. F RKUERICK COCHRANE, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR. At Law, and Notary Public Broadway, All-crt Lea, Minnesota. 9 24 II. D. BROWN, LV.VD AND COLLECTING AGENT. IIomoMeads pioenrud at my office. Late plat- kept on hnnd. Information by letter or others furnished gratis. INM u represent tirst-class Fire, Life, and disunity Insurance Companies. AN. J. B1CKFORD, Would call the attention of the public to hin facilities for BLACKSMITH ING HORSE -SHOEING. Work done cheap, cxpeditiously, and in the most manner. Give hint a cull. Shop eolith ot the Hariington House, near Spring Lake. ALBERT LEV, _____ MINN. t HTIIUK M. TIUGG, ALDEN, MINN. I nm ready nt all times (o supply orders for Single or Double rigs, according to tllfe wants of my friends. Stables near the Webber House, Albert Lea, Minn. GILBERT BARDEN, PROPRIETOR. tlffttrble. 4. 8UI.I.IYAN. D. o. (twatottna Jffftrble SULLIVAN SEARLE, Manufacturers Dealers in AMERICAN and ITALIAN MARBLE, MONUMENTS, GRAVE STONES, CEMETERY POSTS and FUR- NITURE MARBLE. All work done in the neatest and most ar- tistic manner. Orders taken for Scotch Granite Monuments, manufactured in Ab- erdeen, Scotland and furnished at the low- est possible rates, on six or eight months' notice. Cedar Street, North of Public Square. OWATONNA, MINN J. Van Dcuson, Agent. att eons. W TJ H. E! Albert Lea, Minn., Has the Government field notes of Freeborn county. Office with A. G. Wedge, Union Block. -nr H. BUTLER Again culls attention to his fine n it mf n tK1 tf   do look so unconcerned, you are dyinj, to know Some one is returned Mis Lenworth. Yes. and I can iin it must be none other than your dash ing Hamilton, the inimitable and envi- able knight who has stolen our Ethel'.' heart for you surely would not have taken so much pains to make yourbelf charming for any one else." She certainly was a charming little eonsistiug iu part of creature, this Kthel Weston, with her delicate blonde complexion, laughing blue eyes, and gleaming golden curls.CLOTIIS, {ailing in rich profusion over neck and shoulders, and mingling with the deli- cate lace that the beauty of her blue bilk evening dress. Some one f-he retorted, with a flush on her cheek some one you will think north drebbing for. And you don't care in the least who it is The rjucen of hearts is so PUIC be he prince or peasant, knight or page will bow at her shriuu Mie will not even uke the trouble to inquire who this unexpected arrival may be I would punish }ou fbr your indifference, if I could do so without depriving my- self uf the pleasure of communicating such unexpected news Know then. that papa has received a letter from Hamilton, stating that his particular friend, Colonel Wolverton, the most elegant of men. the hero of heroes, will accompany him home, and spend a few weeks here. We m ly expect them to dinner to day I assure you this is AffD focman worthy of your steel and 1 ad- vvt f, vij-e you to burnish up your armor, forp I propose entering the lists in oppi.'tiou "e it! f. r a moment in Dry Goods, i POPLINS, SHEETINGS, ALPACCAS, PRINTS, DELAINS, ton rgfurned, urent aafever, and listened unmoveu, Ethel's announcement that Colonel' Wolverton had left for town by the eight o'clock train. A recdllec- tion of a business engagement necessi- tated his immediate departure. At the beginning of the winter sen- son, we see Miss Leu worth the bride of" a millionaire, beautiful, admired, and envied by alf. Immediately after her uiarringe Colonel Woivercon sailed in a steamer bound for Jamaien. Ill-fated steamer! Though immy prayers lowed her over the treacherous billuws, yet she went down in the nnfatlionwble1 deep; and to the anxious hearts th.it looked long for the coming of their loved ones, that heart breaking message came, A11 on board perished." Even those hope destroying words could add nothing to Miss Lenworth's jrrief when she learned what a miserable mess of pottage her revenge had proved. DENIMS, CASSIMEHES, Together with alJ Laiigfilng Children. Give me the boy or girl who smiles as soon as the first rays of the morning sun glance in through the gay, happy, and kind. Such a boy will be fit to make up into a least when contrasted with a sullen. morose crabbed" fellow, who snaps nd snarls like a surly cur, or growls- iul grunts like :in untamable liyena, fiom the moment he opens his red and anpry eyes till he is comforted by liis break last. Such a girl, other things being favorable, will be good material to aid in gladdening some comfortable home, or to refine, civilize, tame, ind humanize a rude brother, making more gentle, affectionate, and lovable. It" is a feast to even look at such a girl, such a woman bud. and sec the smiles flowing, so to speak, from her parted lips, displaying a set of clean, well-brushed teeth, looking al- most the personiScation of beauty and roodness, singing, and as merry as the birds, the wide-awake birds, that com- menced their morning concert loug be- fore the lazy boys dreamed that the glo- rious sun was approaching and about to pour a whole flood of joy-inspiring light and warmth upon the earth. Such a girl is like a gentle shower to the parched earth, bestowing kind words, Finiles, and acts of mercy to all around joy aud light of the household. It has been well ?aid tliat there are two muscles to raise the upper lip. as in and only one to draw it down: therefore we should laugh twice to crj ing once." There may be a time for weeping, and even for mourning and melancholy; yet cheerfulness, goi-d nature, and joy are far more favoiablo to the health of the body and minvi. Excessive grief often arrests the action of the stomach, and produce? disease. The cheerful and hopeful arc far more healthy than the morose, the sour, the fretful, and the scolding mortal, who never pees the sunlight of cheerfulness or sociability, but who scowl a ad frown. look and feel two-edged swords towards all who daje to come reach of them. LATEST STYLES to you. And the gay girl danced off without waiting to note the effect of her woids. Miss went .slowly up to her room but although it was within an hour of dinner-time, she did not com- mence dreeing Sitting by her win- dow, her eyes, glowing mjw with a fire that tuld of the passionate soul within, again wandered while the flush on her cheek, that something in Ethel's words up, grew brighter and brighter. Memory wandered back to the time when she first met this man, the mention of whose affected her so visibly. Six years previously she had met him at a little country town, which' was then her home, aud whither he had come with a college friend to spend the summer. Young, and igno- rant of the ways of the world, this handsirne. refined gentleman, with his stories of London the wondrous occurrences in what was. to her. a for eigu not only captivated her fancy, but won her love She was sitting, one day, on the bank of the river, under a shadowy elm, drooping branches conc-caled her fiom view, when Edward Wolverton and his friend passed by, bent on a shooting expedition. She heard her name mentioned jestingly by his friend; and with a careless laugh. Edward Wol- yerton replied, "In love with that awk- ward, ignorant country girl What an opinion yon must have of my taste fellow amuse himself a little without being accused of serious inten- tions Stung to the heart, she staggared rather than walked homeward; and once safe in her own room, she sat down to think of the few weeks that had passed like a happy blissful dream, and this rude awakening. Even in Srst moments of her bitter grief, the pride of her nature rose paramount, and she determined to be revenged. It was no very terrible revenge that she wished to make him suffer as she bad win his love, and cast it scornfully away A few weeks after that never-to-be- forgotten day, her father died; and af- ter spending three years at a fashiona- ble boarding-school, she became a mem- ber of the family of Mr. Weston, who dad been appointed her guardian. In those years she had not forgotten her resolve. It prompted her to redouble her exertions in acquiring knowledge. Ifbhemust always awkward, she would not be and at the end of that time she was the most ac- complished young lady in the establish- ment. Three years had greatly altered her appearance; tho thin form had rounded to perfect symmetry the face, pale still, except when some emotion lent a passing' flush, was exquisitely shaped the expression of the mouth, perhaps a little too divided, was soft- ened by the dreamy look that was ha- bitual to. the deep black eyes. But three years hod taken away quite as much as ihcy gave her. The simple, trusting faith of the little coun- try girl who had poui-cd her henrt'e de- votion at Edward Wolverton's feet was gone forever. She bad grown selfish, cold and worldly. In all those she had never oaee met Edward verton and, of course, her revenge had not been constantly in her mind. Neith- er had she entirely lost sight of it; and now tne time had come. Presently she heard str, it! f. r a moment it were not I blmuld thiuk %ou bad felt the pnin of a f.iK-> lovi r fmcp, you sang that with so inuch fee-ling." remarked the co'onoi. 1 I was not aware I had a listener." she replied, without noticing his re- mark "1 thought you had gone to the beach with Ethel and Hamilton." I did but the attraction here was so great that it drew me b.iek in tpite of myself." She turned her f.ice away from hi-- and the l.i.-hes dnx pod over her eyes, veiling the pun that shadowed itself there Then cnuie the words s-he had clo quent words of love and en- treaty. But no syllable answered him. Emboldened b} her SiKnc.-. he r.iiMj the little hand thtit rested on the Ktrvs and pressed it to his lips hist intly she snatched it away, and rose to her feet I nm sorry fur you. Colonel Wol- vciton, but I c.m not be jour wife You are right; I had a fa'so lover once: he stole uiy of love, an.i I have never had any to g've anj one s'noe." f.il-se exclaimed he; :vnd you have no li-ve to give me. wlien all those wef-ks yi.u have been leading nie on. "hingiue to understand you were not ii.different to Leading you don't have I t" she carelessly answered thru modulating her tones to a cureful tion of his as she reineuibeied them when he uttered those words, she said. Can't one "amuse one's self a little without being accused of serious inten- tions A flush rose to his very forehead, and he looked at her with an expression of utter bewilderment, through which a flash of recognition soon broke. You are Alberta he ex- claimed. From the first you remind- ed me of some could not tell I see Alberta. My own little Alberta, you loved me once; you can not be indifferent to me now. I weak and foolish, but I did not mean what I said. Oh. Alberta fur- give those cruel words, and tell me that you love uie still Miss f.eiiworth's dark eyes flashed Forgive you You don't know what you ask. You de- stroyed forever my faith in truth and goodness; you took away my every hope and joy in life. But the 'ignorant little country srirl' had pride enough to keep her heart from breaking, and to make her to be revenged upon you." He looked at her for a moment in silence. There was no shadow of ten- derness in those'dark flashing: eyes no flush on the pale, proud face, only a scornfnl curl in the red lips. He saw there was no relenting, and turned away with an aching heart. he said "Well, if that was your purpose, you have accom- plished it. I hope it JJiay bring you And without another word or glance he was gone, and, perhaps, forever. As the thought of what had sac- rificed for her pride swept over her, she bent her proud head, and wept unre- strainedly for sho had learned, 5n those brief weeks, to love htm as dearly as in those old days, when he won her heart but to trample it under his feet. Had he returned then, love might have con- quered but pride had too long held the ascendency to lose its control for any noise of length of time Ere Ethel and Hamil- Wol- Every youns man, after he has chos- en his vocation, should stick to it. _ 1> -n't leave it. because hard blows are to be struck, or disagreeable work per- j funned Those who have worked their I w.iy up to wealth and usefulness do not belonir to the shiftless aud unstable class, but may be reckoned among such as tuok off their coats, rolled up their sleeves, conquered their prejudices I against labor, and manfully bore the heat aud burden of the day. MADAME PAR EPA KOSA has been in- viud to sing at the royal state cosccrt on occasion of tlie marriage of the Prin- cess Louise. It is an interesting cir- cumstance that during her last profes- sional visit to London she sang at the wedding festivities of the Princess' sis- ter. Her debut at Covent Garden will take place soon afterward. THE false shame which fears to be detected in honest menial ctnpLvmentj whii-h shrinks from exposing to the world a necessary and honorable econo- my which blushes more deeply for shabby attire than for a mean action and which drcids the sneer of the woild more than the upbraidings of false bhame will prove I be ruin of every one who suffers it to influence bis thoughts and life. TIJEUE is a convict in Auburn pris- on named John Five., who is fifty jcaisof age; he has been convicted five times of felony, each time receiving a sentence of five years. He has beeu married five times, and is the father of five children; stands five feet five in his stockings, and has five month? and five days yet to serve. His cell is num- ber five on the fifth gallery. What an unlucky number. A GENTLEMAN from London on a visit to a friend in tho country, speak- ing of the that his wife had lately expended for a habit. His friend replied Here in the coun- try we don't allow our wives to get into such habits." CAKLOTTA seems to have been read- ing tho "Heathen Chinee "to some purpose. In her letter to Maria Victo- ria appears this sentence: News of war came, and my hnsbuud looked at me in a 1 could not understand." A LADY noticing a boy sprinkling salt on the pavement to take off the ice reniaked to a friend, pointing to the sa.t; Now that's benevolence." No it ain't, said the boy somewhat indignant. "It's salt." A MOTHER was amused the other day to hear this bit of argument from her little boy Mamma, I don't sec Iiow 8atan could have turned to be such a bad wasn't any devil to put him up to it." A dross-maker, who boasts of excelling the Parisian Worth, has ar- rived in New York. He will probably be chosen President of Sorosis, at the noSt election. FIFTH avenue.-New York, is again invaded by desecrating hands of trade. One of' its most elegant resi- dences is shortly to be transformed into a grocery store. -r, ,__ ________. ___ TlTE heathen Chinee is making whis- ky in California by fermenting old rice, rubber shoes, and things, and the reve- nue people are after John. The whis- ky made in this way is much sought af- ter by suicides. -IWSPAPKR!   

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