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Publication: Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard February 1, 1877

Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard (Newspaper) - February 1, 1877, Albert Lea, Minnesota Real estate AGENCY. W % ave for Kale, lands and farms in mn in this county. TIC RMS to suit everybody. LOW prices, long time, and a low rate of interest. IF you desire to buy a farm, call on us. IF you have a farm or lands to sell, call • a us. OUR facilities for bttyiitf and selling lands, examining and perfecting titles, art unequaled, us we have ABSTRACTS, TRANSFERS, and FLATS of every piece • f land in this comity. Slaty X Tyrer, Albert Lea, Miun. April 25, 1876. VOLUME 17. ALBERT LEA, MINNESOTA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY I, 1877, Photographs. ALBERT LEA Hoots and Shoes. Boot & Shoe Store. _ O. F. At TV. 1Y TVoIwtoii I Bate jest received and will keep in stock H. 1). Baowx. tii.<d larges! assortment of S. S. EDWARDS ZEPfiO TOGBA PH EIS Broadway, opposite Postoffice, Lumber Pard. the FREEBORN (HEW STANDARD. ruRLisnau Kraal thurxdat. MINN. Hankers. l>. E. P. lima*. Boots & Shoes of all kinds To be found in town. (SISTOS HADE WORE. | Four or five workmen will be constantly •, •aipl*red.ani orders for New Goods or for : Repairs will be filled, cheap and on the ! shortest notice Broadway west side. Albert Lea, Mina. 8if    GIVE THEM A CALL. H. D. BROWN CO.’S I C. L. COLEMAN S LUMBER ! YARDSl, a1 ALBERT LEA AND ALDEN. Every ’description of PINE LUMBER, INCLUDING FENCING, FLOORING, DIMENSIONS BOARDS, CLEAR LUMBER, SIDING, SHINGLES. LATH, DOORS SASH, SHEETING PAPER, PICKETS, AC., Constantly on hand, and for sad* at the Lowest Market Price Terms, Per Year, In Adv-nce, $2 00 RATES OF A DVK RTIX I HQ. i I IV j 2 w . 4 w j 3 rn 6 ai I I inch 1 ,oo| 1.50 2 50 4.50 6.00 2 iach 1.751 2.601 8.50] 6.001 8.60 t inch 2.f>0! 3.50! 5 im) 7.001 9.00 4 inch 3.25! 4.50! 5.50; 10.00 16.00 6 inch 4.00 5.50 6.: 5 12.00 18.00: k col 4 50] 5.25 7.DO 14. (Hi 22.00 A col 6.501 8.50 12.00 22.Od 30.00 I col I 10.00 13.00 18.00*30.00 50 OO 1 y ADVENTURES OF A MERCHANT. After throe years of this suffering, a About eleven o’clock on a mild De- effected hit* escape by the aid of „     ...    n.^iuuu    ... camber night, in the year IROrf, Mr. ! ^eI^0Hr slave, on Englishman, with whom ceased, we believe, in the year 10*2. in i f'c tl,«J tk»»k it right to lay nothing. Nicholas Young, a respectable mer* ,,e wa? *>*»»** nae* allowed to go fishing. I which year, three persona, a acor ding to ®OBie ftjtrou* trouble* may be upon /iKnni -.A*    Y*’__L.    -    I    -    I    I    ’    fllif] tv t f Vi U Ixim    aauaw    *    II    ..    t    /.t%    I    ^        «    i    »•    f    t ll I* OI —f I Pf* ? I tif fniltiro    r#    •% t rn f tv    ^ trust Her. ronftdence ii everytbing between h unhand and wife; and a worn it) love# and desires above all things to be trusted. isho weu (I not be ignorant of hix troubles or hi* anxieties. Anything ii better for her than to be shut out front the innermost o! the Ufo of one who I should be all hers and she all his. Wo-lYTT\IHFT?    meo- L'cnersiij, are averse td keeping *    ^    j things to themselves, md a husband is , often overdosed with confidence*; but mmmmmmm—mmmmmmmmemam j many realty affectionate men lead, as far as their wives are concerned, a doable life. Of that which is domestic they think it right to lay nothing. The Hanging of Witches. The hanging of Witches in England *■ ■-•■v.-m . vu.ij,, a I expectable mer* :    ~    -    ---------*—    —    *    ~    *-j..., ...nc pciwsp, utt chant of New York city, turned the key sl,1<^ w’ith whom, under cover of night, Hutchinson, were executed i in his store door and directed his steps *ie    himself overboard, arid Swam    for witchcraft, the historian t homeward. win   __(    to the opposite coast for .‘‘pain, ....v,.*. He had been busily engaged in taking | *!*eJ h»uud themselves with no po&scs-account of stock and was therefore ! 4'°ns but their clothes on their back OFFICERS OF FREEBORN COUNTY ALBERT LEA, -    -    MINNESOTA OU. TI! TAINTG, linker and Repairer of Boots & Shoes. A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED. Shop on Clark at reft, north aud opposes of Wedge A Spicer’s Drug store. H. 0. BROWN A CC. BANKERS. SEFEHENCES: I lit Nat. Bank, Auntiu. Int Nat. Bank, 8t. Paul. SU Nat. Bauk, Chicago. 4th Nat. Bank, New York. 34tf FIRST-CLASS WORKMEN^ [’HEM CDI .VTV BAAK. ere employed. Timber FOR FRAMES, AC., FILLED TO ORDER ON SHORT NOTICE J. F. REPPY. AGENT, Albert Let J. c. JOHNSON AU ENT, Ald«n,Miun County Com mission bbs : J aine* Thereon. W. W. Johnson. J. M. Geissler. June* II. Gozlee. Ole Hanson. Trkasurkk—Charles Kittelaon. Auditor—S. Ratchelder Register ok Herds—August Peterson. Coos tv Attorn it—John A. Lovely. SHcuirr—T. J. Sheehan. DircTT Sntmrr—Jacob Larson. Cl KKR or Col bt—A. W. AV bite. Pbobatb Judge—Gilbert Gulhrandson. School 8i i*ERixrKs;»i st -IL Thurston. CoLXTT Spunk you—Wa. G. KelUr. Corone*—J. Froshaug. * Court Commissioner — R. B. Spicer. DENTISTIIT. DR. A. II. STREET, an account of stock and was therefore unusually tats. A model of regularity in all ixia habits, he wa* never known to he out of hie house after ten in the evening, except on such periodical times as J he present. He w ifs u plain man of forty-five, who had never married, and inhabited an unpretending but comfortable abode in what wn« then the semi rural district about bleaker street. 11 i» family confided solely of an old housekeeper aud a colored man. Ile had not walked far on the night in question, when he wa* startled bv a cry as of a female in distress j T hey managed to make their way to . the nearest seaport town, whence they J intended, if possible to procure a pa.-s-! age to the Toited States All went ' well, a ship was SfW»n found, which in a I few days was to weigh anchor for New I i ork, and on which their »eTrices were at once engaged for the voyage, j Almost on the eye of their embarks. 1 ti.»n, a fearful murder wag committed ia the house where the fugit ive* wire ! lodging Circumstances painted strongly toward ‘hem as the perpetrators, and j they were arrested on suspicion. l\or, friendless, and ignorant of the languagi at Exeter remarking that, “ I suppose these are the three j last that have been hanged in England/' It would seem, however, that Hutchinson was mistaken in his conjecture, in supposing that this most abhorrent custom ceased in England one hundred mid ninety-four years ag*; according to Dr Purr, two witches were hung at Northampton, is 1705; and in 1712, ‘•five other witches suffered the same fate at the same placen Now, the England of one hundred and sixty-three years ago, as represented by its educated classes, had, we maintain, just d a claim Co be Considered W*. f*. Sergeant. MINNEAPOLIS LUMBER. CO Repairing done to cider, cheap nnd on ■ h*rt nonce. Gi»* him a call. S7tf    Albert    Lea,    M    inn. Tho*. II. A KYI STRONG, Banker. •Meat •Markets. A. ll. M MI LLEN HAS REMOVED TUE OLD PIONEER MEAT-MARKET S Oa East side Broadway. first door south of THE PEOPLE'S STORE. WITH INCREASED FACILITIES FOR DOING BUSINESS, HE PHOTOS F.S TO GIVE BETTER SATISFACTION I TUAN EVER BEFORE. Cash paid for Hides, Tallow, Sic., Ac. TRY HXM ! ALBERT LEA. rm*.it  ........ - - - - MINN. iv. p. OFFICE, OVER THE DRUG STORE, South of Poet Office, Albert Lea. Minnesota. OR. DE M. CRANDALL, 13 E NTIS 'I1. titres, seeming- j    *»»m    I*.u<’iain ui mc language ly piucet*ding from a close carriage, , their persecutors, they were unable which was driving pa,t at a moderate j to    an adequate defense, and worn Ie bad not : "“nimnrily found guilty Mr. Young’s unfortunate ci»nipau!oo was executed. I and he himself sentenced to the galleys for life. I After Le had undergone the lingering horrors of thi> worst of amtibmei t for : five Years, the real murderer was made ; known by a deathbed confusion and Mr. Young was set at liberty. Hi* •story had excited the aet .re av rn pally ; of several humane individual*, and he I found co difficulty in nro<*urin,f Blet Ba of frat, spur tut iou to hi* own country In a few weeks he nan more trod the streets of New York, nearly eight : years fit rn the time of his enforced departure ; but he returned to find himself a beggar. His relative had thrown away his property in wild speculations. and died the year before hopelessly insolvent. Broken in health and spirits, and prematurely old. th* < nee prosperous merchant, alter his protracted misfortune, incurred solely by we’/’ sudden impulse of humanity, en to the occuDatioa of *el!in; k Dray Lines. A. IL SQUIER. CITY EXPRESS A DRAY LINE. Deals in HARD and SOFT COAL. Also Seasoned Wood. Order* left on th* slate at Lincoln Bro*, attended to at once *J£i!lincry. MRS. 0. S. WARREN Milliner & Dressmaker, [Successor to Mrs. C. F. Walker,] DEALER IN ALT KINDS OF MINNEAPOLIS LUM BIR, SHINGLES. LATH LIME CEMENT, AND ’ BUILDING MATERIAL. Office aver A. E *av, Albert Lea. Johnson k store, Broad- Physieians. NI. M. DODGE, M. D., and Rnidne* OIS cc. up FU!r» aver the Foal ALBERT LEA, ----- MINN. Wa arc now rac*iviS£ a Urge let of 13 C Howland Ma I> ECLECTIC PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON TWIN LAKE CITY, MINN , well Seasoned Lumber • Will trust all discase* to which inankin I , is subject, to the hest of his ability. Dr. Will open a fine new stock of Millinery and Fancy Goods, Ties, Cuffs, Collars, &c. A full line of Worsteds, Lamars Patterns, Ac., Ac. MEAT MARKET WILLIAM TUNELL Again Balls attention to hit* FINE MEAT MARKET, Where can be found at all times, choice cuts of Reef, Pork, Miut ton, Sausage, §c. and WILD Doing over Felt hats a specialty. Fashionable Dress-Making dene in the very best manner. Pour doors south of the People's Store. Apprentice Girls wanted. voll6uo44tf * Sl rERIOR QUALITY, WHICH IF OF THE PROBABLE ADVANCE IN LUMBER, PEOPLE WILL DO WELL TO AVAIL THEMSELVES OF THE Ba RO AIN’S WE NOW OFFER. Call and see our Stock before pnrehaeU* elsewhere. ALBERT LIA, Jan* 24. 1878. Rowland ha* made a specialty of diseases of Women and Children, and chronic diseases of long standing By long ex; Al ienee aud strict attention to bt* profo-ai rn. bets confident of treating all curable diseases « ;th suceees. Obstetrical cases ireati l with eare and sitcre-s. Consultioaat free, lo Lawyers X M^and Agents. Jens A. Lotki.y.    Jams#    II.    I'akkke LOVELY & PARKER, ATTORNKYN At I.AW, Also FISH, POULTRY, GAMIC IU their season BROADWAY, near Armstrong's Bank-ALBS IIT LEA, -    MINN. WM—bb—bbs JIH, mr—I i■■    ■'wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmtmmmmmm For Sale. SIXTY ACRES of good farming lands, 2o acies of which are improved, in tile town of Albert Lea, only four miles from the village, find beautifully situated near the Uke. Will he sold cheap, nnd on terms to suit purchaser. Call on or address JOHN AN BERSON, Office over Wedge &. NS ulfsburg’s store. HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE, in the village of Albert Lea. A beautiful location, nnd a good arid convenient dwelling, will be sold cheap. JOHN ANDERSON. Office over Wedge & Wulfsburg’s store. ISTE^W FLOM, FEED, AXD GROCERY BTORE! WARREN RUEL, (Successor to J. T. Green ) ffssond Door South of the People’s Store. IjAOIEIS!! If you want to get Worsted, Filling Silk, W orated Needles, or Notions, you will find them at MRS. RICHARDS’ I old stand, cheaper than at any other place iu town, for ehe has just received a fresh stock of the abovn mentioned articles, and the line of goods will be kept full during tile season. Millinery" AT UNUSUALLY LOAV PRICES. 46tf WELL TRIMMED OATS FOR ONE DOLLAR AT MRS. JOHN STAGE’S MILLINERY STORE! ALBERT LEA, MINN. TUE WI8COSS1* VALLET LUMBER YARD! 0E«« lo Hewitt’s Bleck, up stairs. ALBERT LEA, -    -    I    . I st door. - MIN —IN- ALBERT LHA, MINN Opposite th* S. M. R. H. Depot HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR HUMAN- XIAIH, and Gents’ Chains from same made to order. Al to Ladies’ Switches, and ail other work rn that line. Where the best FLOUR, CORN MEAL. GRAHAM. BUCKWHEAT FLOUR. OATS, CORN, BRAN, A FEED can be had. Also Confectionery, Tobacco, Cigars. Tea. Coffee. Butter, and Vegetables which will be sold at the lowest living prices. Farce produce sold on commission. voll8no473itf GENERAL MERCHANDISE TERECIA ANDERSON, FASlllOABLE CLOAK3DRESS-MARER Over W#dg & Spicor-s Drug Store, ALBERT LEA, -    Minn. agjaBBgJ-'-'-l "Jff Al1!     AU. $16 per Aer9 ; ImprovedFarm _ _ T    For    Sale. a • I?1 • af OULCS    I Fine farm of 160 acres ; IOO ides now af Geneva, baa purchased, aud will make i plowed ready for crop ; taint meadow : ddttions to the stock formerly owned by living springs. Good fence around the >1. S Buxtdti.    I entire farm. Good house, stables, &c. Iiur^.aiua tutu 1>« 8oourod 1 Post-office across the road, with daily mail. J. F. JQNBS, Geneva, Miun. I School house IOO yards from the door. _____——-- ii---i Albert Lea in full view, 2^ miles distant, 1    1    jim..... j. _    _    ...... whore everything that heart can wish is Ij-’tTT ■    for sale, except whisky. I    WEDGE    it    HIBBS, Agents, OF ALL KIND**    Albert    Lea,    Miun, j March 22, 1376. J, Constantly on hand and for sale at t isOffioe 1 Albsrt Lea, M:nn.    Itf We will keep constantly on hand a fall lime of B bite Pi ne, Norway Pine, and Hemlock lumber, which we offer to the citizens of the surrounding country at the Terr lowest CASH PRICE. Our Hemlock DIMENSION LUMBER!! is far superior to pine, for the reason that it is stronger, has less knots, and is more durable when exposed to weather. Vi e introduce it to I he farmers as being ESPECIALLY ADAPTED for the building of graneries, aa it is proof against rat* and mice, which is something that every farmer should guard against. Also the plank to ase in barn floors, bridges, A sidewalks, have no equal. WM. J. PRETTY Ai AN, Agent 80t f K. G. STArr.    i.    M.    Tiara. STACY A TYRER, Homey® at Law, Notaries Public, Real Estate and Uollecting Agents. CONNKYANCI NG all kinds adcurately done, acknowledgments taken oaths administered. Ac. Taxes paid. Titles investigated, Lands bought aud seld. Particular attention pun! to collection. I Corner Clark and Newton Sts., Albert Lea HEMAN BLACKMER LAWYER I) I "OII S A 1^ IG 2 4 LAFRX LEA, -    -    -    -    MINN. "john anderson^ ATTORNEY AT LAW! AM) NOTARY PUBLIC Ofice over Wedge & Spicer’* Drug Sto^e, ALBERT LEA, MINN. I.    L    ■ Hotels. ITS? HALL HOUSE W G. FOSTER, Proprietor. Albert Loa, - - Minn. JERLOW & NARVESON, Albert Lea, Minnesota. rat* of speed. Tho* vehie , ^orta twenty yards further Ie fore the I cry win apiin raised, clear and shrill, and he distinctly saw a white bmrdker-I chief waving Guin one of the windows, j    Const i'm Anally fear Ic sa, and en- I d'iwed With no small share of native i < hit airy, Air. Young lost no time in j hastening to the rescue of the pre* anted captive. Accident seemed lo favor him, for just t hen the driver dropped j his whip, md. before he could recover I it snd regain his scat the merchant wa* j at the cvrriace door, which he attempt-! cd to open Ile was resisted by a strong grasp from within, while a man thrust I his head from the window and angrily demanded what was meant by such" unwarrantable intrusion. •Mr Young as peremptorily inquired whether a female wa* being carried off against her will, und stated hi* inter -lion of searching into the matter. Ile was answered at once by a blow on the head from a slingshot, or similar instru- j merit, whi*it felled him to the ground insensible. On recovering, he found j himself lying, gagged and b mud, to the s bottom of the coach, which was being driven furiously Defenseless a* a f fhecp U*rne to the shanibles, he awaited hi* fate with as much resignation a* he could master. Hour* scorned to pass before tile re- > hide came to a etop, when the door wa-opened aud he wa* lifted out in silence ; by tw o st ut men. Ile now siw by the 1 glimmering starlight, that they were! standing on the end af a long wharf— a pier—the other extremity of which was hid leu in darkness Hocking on the waves almost under their feet lay a suian row-boat. Into this, still without a word bein.; sp ken. he was transferred by the same hands and it was made fast to the «tirn of a {-ailing vessel, which lay close Ly with all her Canvas* set fflv two captors climbed aboard th® Int j ter emf", rn hose anchor was iuimcdiute-ly weighed, ami die stood out to sea. < wing Mr. Young, alone and helfle-behind her. Before morning the boat was cast off. the sailing vessel quickly disappeared from Ina view. and tfie unfortunate amelu ut found himself drifting, with-I out oars or provident, at the mercy of the Waves. When day broke he hod j succeeded in freeing one of his hand.-, i and shortly after released himself from I al! his fastenings. Ile now discovered that his pockets ! had been rifled and his watch and wa!- j let taken, together with the keys of his ■ office door and safe. ()u tne morning following Mr Y oung? I I abduct tem. Mr* (.outfit, his housekeeper, awaited iu vain his appearance ut the breakfast table. Never before, j during the Sheen years she had lived : I with him, had he beet ten minutes be- j hind time Of course, he might he in-disposed. With some trepidation she went up stair** and knocked at his chum-j ber door. The NUmmons, again and I again repeated, awakened no response ; Ile might have gone out for a walk, j though *uch had never been his habit, j i An hour passed, and she grew seriously alarmed. Finally, when a business ac- I quaiotaoce of .Mr. Young’s called loin ‘ quire why his store remained closed, Mrs Comfit piocured assistance, and her master's door was broken open A careful search of the apartmeut only resulted in showing that it had apparently not been occupied during the preceding night. Days and weeks rolled on and nothing was seen or heard of the missing merchant. Advertisements appeared iu the leading journals, offering a Bharal reward for information concerning him ; but none was forthcoming. The case created considerable excitement as well in the community at large, as ainoi.g Mr. Youngs immediate conncc- about as go enlightened fon the matter of witchcraft) as the England of the prerent day; and yet the superstitious laws •gainst witchcraft were not effaced from th** statute book of our nm*her land befjrc the year 173G. The pulpit, it is tru*, continued to launch forth it.*-anathemas against the poor ignorant wretches, who sought out of sheer vanity (and probably with the view of ameliorating their own destitute condition •, to work cpon th# fear* of their weak-minded but more pr'sperou:* neighbors in the belief, probably, that the latter would not prove niggardly in their favors Of course, ** to this "extent and no more." wa* the witchcraft of the period we have named earned ; and right it was. therefore, on the pun of England’s Legislature, that they should abolish the death penalty in cases of witchcraft, substituting in its place the more appropriate punishment i them—drf-nd of failure, certainty cr j loss, remor e for some mistake which has plunged them into anxiety ; and they make no sign of if ssve by a change of manner, which to the wnmen ; wh^are ignorant that they havo many cares is incomprehensible. The wife would be sympathetic, but when a frowning brow, silence and rn I lack of the usual caresses are all the token she had of he liege lord s trouble, all her boasted intuition cannot keep her from flv'ng to the conclusion that it is a personal matter— that she is no longer loved r r that he loved some one el NL And I believe mur-h domestic misery has been caused in the first place by th» man’* secretiveness when he had no secrets which might not have been shared bv his wife. Y\*tt may say, why should he talk to one who cannot understand %r give euunael —to a be*ng with such vague idea* of stocks an i banking and speculation that she can only wander why things hav# gone wrong? Well, there are ninny reasons : The women who hold* him dear will give him more sympathy than any other living being, for one thing: and he needs f mpathy, whether he knows it or not. And then she has her right*. for <*he a a pawner in a firm of two.and the ho'k* should no! be doted to her. She i» mate of the vessel in which he ia Uaptain and surely should know wha! sh.»a’« are near ; and. moreover, if yow h*ve her. you do not want to make hsr miserable. Trust her. ling to I was drir ng sinai wjres at a *t»il outride XX atingle.. market, and might have been regularly •fen thus engaged for several year*, un til prostrated by a lingering sickness , which brought him to his end, under j circumstance'* of lamentable privation XX ho shall say that the Wavs of ProV-’ idenee in this world are cot inscrutable ? Never Knock Under. No. never! Always rally your forces I for another and more desperate assault * upon adver*ity If calumny assail* yon, and the world— as it is apt to do I in such ta*,.'*—lakes part with your traducers, d st turn moody or tuisan-, thropie. or worse still, seek to drjwn your unhappily*' in dissipation. Hide your time. Disprove the slander if you cub ; if not. lire t d wn. If p v-1 eny comes upon you lue a thief at night, what then ? Let it r»«u?e you. a* the presence of the real thief woald do, i to en*rg« t ic aet ion. of- imprisonment and L ** persons using any means or de*vice. by p*l wi-e. to deceive hi* Maj What should we think •Justice of the present dav from the bench, address a guage as th! following : <•. re - . ii creal aret no doubt at all; fo have affirmed r wise! -rn laws against sui argument of eon The Chief liar ■ as witch r. fir!*c, th mu na b I [de ard labor,'* for subtle, era fry /sir?, or other-sfJ s »ubj*Ct4 ” Ta Lord Chief who should. fury in lan-Thai there ss. I make t Scriptures secondly, the hath provided s. which is an ice m’s re* He. aud the two w witchcraft were burg in Kaplan I exactly two ten years ago; and, aim* with a spectacle «1 revolt took pl a few 1 f such a crime ’ mug wa* irre-nen on trial f’>r I h 1* tO 'k p ace hun ire I and t cotemporary ng was wft.it i# in the town of Salem, Ma54 ars afterward* In the lunet place, the chosen seat, as it would t ra hnri) Ko.)q a1' mm% * I i.v» — ». J I_ J: have b* mph t a1 ctimsp A. tin hist, No matter gone iqto hot you did not lit Leat it — your w d V V r*J water—alw* vs the father if u rn iy prof SVC case. 1 are right kind of stuff, i: not desperate,n the divine Ord that life shoui is it in act** and sjrecp < have no d determined cannot sun. rd w if (hi fficuk man maut under th ler at dc fie ry rn the Eel genial roca he chose tc tray cd a re for the sjw,. his virtu? * counted bv in human .* sanctimony blood-!I ‘ ast Mr •etui >f lambies and individu-us for their piety and ur-meunor, they encountered lsguise of an evangelical jiinister about one of the thai was c«»n- - Ue III ll ( mf >f h uman >n of w ho This n the 11* TI 81 A hit victim.*- . niac read i >1 cxnmr/i e not' b /ch an h* nest with heavens bf Go for Him! >r. hard working man try- aur- few en-eep him lie’s a p ing to pay his honest debts and port his family by honest toil, but Lr him.’ because he caunot p»y a dollars he owes Ile is poor and titled to no consideration. Ko* down ! Help him! He’s a rich man who robbed a bunk, or made an assignment, lives in a fine mnm-ion and walks the streets leisurely, enjoying life, wl,i;.-hi* wife aud children are deprived of none of the luxuries uf wealth or the had. if the his! and ad gregalI ever re; earrviti of society Help im DKALK&8 IX A. J. BALCH, Having rented the fine *hop, formerly used by A. Brown, is now prepared to do { Jill kiiids of repairing, particularly in the 1 line of { Wagons, Sleighs, , etc. XYood -work on plows, also painting Doxie to Orcior! Everything cheap and on short notice. Give lim a Call. Dry Goods, HATS & CAPS, CROCKERY & GLASS-WARE, STONE & WOODENWARE, GROCERIES, SPICKS, SARDINES, CONFECTIONERY, Tobaooo, Aud in fact everything usually kept in a country store. XVe keep constantly en hand a first class variety of CrOARS. vollCn474itf JOHN M, MARTY, alMYOR AXD CIVIL ENGINEER, ALBERT LEA, MINN. j enjoyments i He's smart—an enterprising business man, afd it’s a pity he’* robbed his I creditors. Do not say anything to hurt I his tender feelings nor expect him to soil his tender lingers by toil. Ile I compounded with creditors at 2.’> or BO j per cent. snd now lives in luxurious ease, an honored, respected citiien,and a prominent man in the church ! Go for him! He’s pvor—he is trying to pay cent for eeut with inters*!, and his hands are hardened by toil— his wife and children feel the pinching* of poverty and the tightness of tile Dines—he has no business to be p oor nor honest, He’s a fool for not robing a bank, Or stealing from those who would have trusted him in prosperous days. He ought to be poor I (lo for ii I. -    ------- 1 him I Keep him down, pile on him tions.    ju    a    attempt*    to    unravel    the    j    such a weight of obloquy and pecuniary mystery    proved    unavailing;    mid    when.    |    embarrassment tint he' will never be IMI a na ac in A exec* ding (if history *• he score, and vet this demon hape. and under the rnt».*t 'U* garb, while betrsiying ir*tinesfs surely the most f<». that human eye ever witnessed we    are to credit    tradition    and fury    of til** time    sympathizers aliens, not a fem among hiscon-uii —men (aye and tremien to./) ady to aul md support him in , g our hi* diab-.Iical view* a-,J purposes N »w, that this incredible state    of thing* existed in    our land    th*4 laud    of the    free. and the    borne of    the brave), some two hundred Years ago tan Le little or nodoubt—nor can », we think, be a doubt that some among the clerical brotherhood of that onie ing of witches, were. nevertheless in their hearts, good men as well as Christians In fact, their zeal in the cause of what they considered truo religion, led them to denounce witchcraft —as also not to disapprove of the cop ra! punishment awarded to witches. Perhaps, tho most that can be said of them (the clergymen alluded to) is, mat their weak mindedness was more than commensurate with their views as to what constituted rational piety, in regard to Parris, destitu'e as he was of every attribute essential to the 14 make up ” of a dccen t human thing, leaving out of question a1! clerical considerations, all that we can say is, that he was an unmitigated brute. A Sad Mistake. Site led him to a sofa am: in a deep La**-* v<.*ce citied him her soul’s idol, and inquired what hi* monthly incomd was. Seeing his gaze fixed upon her boa constrict or Uke month, she remarked :    ••    Darling. I see you remark tux large and beautiful m^uth ; ict me explain to you the reason of it* unusual size. XX'lien I was quite a little child! I was playing on pappy * cellar door. It gave way. I wa* precipitated down lulu the basement and caught my mouth on a pr jeciing hook, which ripped up my face ani extended my rn nth s :vera! inches ” XV”ith hi* eyes fiord with sympathetic tears, he rose from the sofa and replied :    ** Mr an gel. yoti are perhaps mistaken Probably. in the excitement of that awful moment, you I-ft jour mouth dawn in tne basement and accidentally brought up the cellar door. We shall meet aga in in a better world. Adieu.” Host EY —Y ou can not build a fire in the morning by lying iu bed and quarreling about it. -— ^  —    ... Amusing, But not Brotherly, The Watertown N. Y ) Times tells *’A gentleman in this city, en 1.1* si*:cr foe many y jar*. A *1. >rt time since he concluded he w »u»d go and mane her a Visit, but, it possible, conceal hi* identity. XYheu be arrived at the city where she lived he slapped at a hotel and made inquiry. The sister being married and her bu."band being a prominent business man, he was soon ft and. Our friend. cf course, did not inform him he was hi* biotber-iu law. He pretended to be foil /wing the same line of business, an i naturally enough they so<*n became quite intimate J he second dav he wa* in town the brother-in Lw invi- t ins si >ry w bu Ii ado .d him up t there there even day. both in England and the Col->, while ready to sanction the han-*- one morning, his office safe was found open, and rubbed of its valuable contents, the conclusion wa* generally ar able to rise. . » t * «    „    v.    i Exhibition Pudding—Take one riV^ iU k- 1U< eCn UU ' a‘l    half pound of mutton suet, chopped aud that hi* reappearance was not rn ho ! vcry    0ne-half    pound    of aud that hi* reappearance was not to be looked for. A distant relative of the raisin* .    r    ...    —    1    seeded,    four    large    tablespoonsful    of oat man came orward, instituted the j flour, four spoonsful of sugar, the grated tiAnDRjiJirv DrnrwHiniiu qhh    ^L.*    .    *    .    .    .    . necessary proceedings, sud took quiet po*sej**ion of the property which Mr. Young had toiled through so years to amass. peal of two 19111011*. one half a nutmeg t and six eggs Mix all together und j steam in a mould for four hours. Till* is a new pudding, and is delicious. To return now, to our ill-fated hero himself. After drifting in his boat far two d*y*, the weather being fortunately calm aud moderate, he was picked up by a homeward bound Italian brig Av Mr. Y oung spoke only bis native language, of which none of his rescuers understood a single word, he could communicate very little respecting himself, and was barely able to uiake out the name of the port to which they were sailing. Just before entering the Mediterranean th »y were chased and cap Diamond Poi ated. True eloquence consists in saving all that is proper and nothing more. I will listen to any one s Convictions; but pray keep your doubts to yourself, i have plenty of my own. Of all the riche* that wo huff. of all the pleasures we enjoy, we can carry no ; more out of th i* world than out of a dream. Religion present* few difficulties to ; the humble, many to the proud, and insuperable ones to the vain. He as the little child who eats and sleep* and grows. God gives you the best nourishment, although not "always *tuCk did ni«.t • .x • y..    J    ’    lea*    will dinner, and lie went. It had been so l jDur since his sister had seen him that she did not recognife him. After they bad chatted half an hour, be informed them that lie was frvui XX atertown, when the lady asked i»fin au endless number of question*. She inquired particularly about her brother, [himself,] and be supplied every demand for information very promptly. They talked freely abous all the people she knew in this part of the country, and the lady had become so interested in the stranger, because bo knew her brother and friends, that she urged him to make her home bis as long as he remained in town. Ile accepted of the invitation, an I remained several days without intimating in any form that he was her own dear brother. After he bad completed his visit he returned. Ile had not been here long before he received a letter from bis sister telling bim about the nice gen-ticman she had recently uut from Watertown who knew him so well. She inquired particularly about him auld at the same time sent her best wishes, Ac , to him. Somebody ought to drop this lady a line and tell her how she had been misused, but we pr >miscd we would not.” Ham or Ton aux Toast.—Cut » slice of bread rather thick, toast nnd butter well on both sides. Take a small quantity of ham or tongue and grate it finely ; have ready, chopped finely, two hard boiled eggs; put both meat and etrgs into a stewpan wiih a little butter and cayenne, make it quito hot, and spread quickly on the buttered toast, and serve. This is good for lunch or breakfast. j the sweetest to the taste. I .It is not the future world that we are first of all to confider when we speak of salvation The great all-important subject of consideration for you I aud me and every human being is how I to save ** the life that now is.” ri bat saved, a1) is saved ; that lost, the loss is j irreparable. Fanning Not ca. Brain farming pays. Thrifty farmers drive their work,but ■ire not driven by L. Feed yr/ur land before it get* p*»or. Feed tlie land liberally and it will feed tm! clothe you. Don’t fril to do all the plowing that is possible whenever there is suitable weather. It you have little feed. keep your stock in warm quarters, und ouc-third serve them. Tho farmer may not get rich as fast as the mere speculator, but ho is not *0 likely to lo*e hi* honorably earned! wealth by tho first adverse wind of fqr-tunt). In cattle there are three th^ga that make them profitable to ti^e farmer. First their milk and butuq qualities; A Persian pliilospher being u>ked by j secondly, site fur beef auVwnrk’oxen ; what method he had acquired so much ■ thirdly, a hardly healthy stock, suited L* n a ud > n <L • a a tm iv o « i* lit# ■>    * 4. I! . m    a    » * Victoria Pudding -Take of grated bread, mashed potatoes, grated carrots. knowledge, answered, •• By not allowing shame to prevent me from asking questions when I wa* ignorant/’ You try in vain,” says a pithy to the climate. Give your aq w$. war nr.. xnufbaUafc j stables, and .plenty of go*>4» fecdj and4 pure water. I ^«Ai*coq!b off meaJ *ndi J .    t    WI v ta vs, Iiiucuru I'wiatUUS, ^lUIUU    ,4    VV lure by a pirate, to whom they could ; finely chopped suet, currants, and su«rar, ■    *.    4,    .u    «•    *    ~    l    "    j    *    t    i    i:    • offer no resistance. Their vessel was | cach a |,,|f pound ,our welLbeaten T ’ « SWtt€f>    ™Ur    ’    m2FwnK    high^ in ..addRmu DOU rn • eggs, a little salt, nutmeg, and lemon 1 peal, and very little cinnamon. Mix all well. Steam in a mould five hours Leave orders with Stacv Sc Tyrer. scuttled, and themselves were carried as slaves to the coast of Morocco. By the Italians Y’oung had been treated kindly ; at the h.ndj of the li.lf^iv.ye I Serve with .'wert Local captors, he met with nothing but hard- I    _________ ships, being forced to toil almost inces saltily beneath a burning sun. to Ott^.foo4« I, retire ihaa.paj fur it- Tea —Tea should never be boiled. and should be made in aij,cartluru, vessel says a mist door with a broom, but when the sun    ,    _    _________ shine* upon it. how soon it disperses.” j sell ii ti*g ipgr^*s# of milk. ; If you have any great curiosity to Increase the products while-lessen-j know how subtlo the devil i*. ynsq ipg tile expense. This is now the I need not ask your neighbors take a quiet and find out. survey of jour awn Ii u*t great desideratum iii farming, and just fire I as that line is reached ia any success worthy r#f the Mini atta ned ;

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Publication: Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard

Location: Albert Lea, Minnesota

Issue Date: February 1, 1877

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