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   Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard (Newspaper) - March 29, 1877, Albert Lea, Minnesota                                mum mm STAXDABD, I'll V tt-ttiAY. terms, Per Year, lu Artv .nee, sjs'2 00 I I '2 inohl l.OJi inch' inoh 01' 4 w V) o.oo 10 oo o ooi 00' 9.00 1'i o 3 10 00110.001 JO 00 inoli 4.'fc) -i.V) 6112 OO col 4 525 8 5 1 2.00 2 2 tlOl'iO.OO 50.00 10. n 0 I S.O :U 0 V 'IO_nO OFFICERS OF FHKRBORX COl'XTT VOLUME 17. ALBERT LEA, MINNESOTA; f HtJRSDAY. MARCH 29, 1877. NUMBER 13 Cotsrr W. W. Jiilimrtm. J. M. Wra Gor.lce. Olu Hanson. Kiltf'.-ion. BuuliM'ler OF Pet erf on. foc.sTY Lovely. J. SllHp'i.ltl. DKMITV SIIKHIIT- .1 ionl> Larson. CI.UIIK OF V Vi H'lnlp ,J Oulbt-yimNon. H Thur-ton. COVMTT U Kcllar. Frothaiip; PociiT II. P  o ECLECTIC PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON TWIN L CI TV, MINN., YTH1 trpHt nil toHliic'n uiunkin is aubjcct. tn llu- 'icsl of hn sb.li'y Di Kowtnnd n> i n spccmliy of Women nml Cln'ilrcii -vii'l clironic lonp ManJing na   I'll pi llfli" tea fidcnt ot tr-ali'i; -ill i-ii. ulili- 'I Olxloti n'-il c ircui'd unit fin-i "iiu.-psH. t'omnlsion.xt tioo 1 o laities. LOVELY J vMF nil I' .vt J Office Ilowitl'n Hlnck, -itiiirij 1st door ALBr.KT LKA, MIN E C STACV. M. Tynrii. STAQY TYRER, Itornrys at IV.M'c, Real K4tAtc mid Collcetiua; AJJ. nu COVNKV nil kin'N n'lcii i atcly done ledg- o-itlis ii'linim-lui nl, puirl, T.ikM .111! toll. I'ai iilteiitioM paid lo cullt'oi inn. Corner 1 New Inn S's Albert Lc-x HEMA.IT BLACKMEBT K 2 .MINN. i A FT. SQUIEK. j GUY EXPRESS DRAY LINE. Ui'iiU in II anil vSOPT COAL. j Al-io Hcimnno'l Wood tlidir- left on t'it> stale L'ncoln lire" I" nt diu-p i MRS, C, S. WARREN Milliner Dressmaker, [Sill-censor to Vis C F. O. JT. jnst reeeired nnd will keep in ilock Ifae largusl nsiortment of Boots Shoes of all kinds To be found in tov.-n. CtSTOM MADE WORK, Four or fhe workmen w.ll be eonstanlly ewpl.iyed.ancl orders t'oi New Goods or for Repairs will be filled, cheap and on (he shui nouoo Broadway west side. Albert Minn. 8i.f GIVE THEM A CALL. Will opon d fine nen stock of Millinery and i Goo'ls, Ties. CufTX Collarn, Maker and Repairer of Boots Shoes. V full line of Lnmars PaltciRB. Doing I'elt hats n spceinlty. Fashioimblo Drevs-Mnking done i'l the vi-rv best manner. JL, A IV n 1 JOHN ANDERSON -V'JT VVT AM) NOT Ml Y ITBl-lf over oiljn1 O.ug Store, ALUHUT I K MINN. MSotels. HALL HOUSE F. FI ALL, Proprietor Albert Lea, Minr. JEKLOW NAHVESON, Al'osii I.en, Minnesota. is DKY GOODS, HATS C.UV i G 8T( NK GROCERIES, SPICKS. SAKDINKf, CONFECTIONERY. T olo si o o o, And in fnct cvcrrtliing iiaimlly a country store We keep constantly on hund .1 first cluss variety of JOHN M. MARTY, d'BYKYOR OIVIL EXf.lXEEB, ALBEUT LKA, MIN? orders with Stacy SI-XTV AfllKrf nf gond fmnuiig hinds, aci'CS of which are iniprovrd, in the t'own of Albtrl Le'i, only four Miles from the- village, and beautifully siliiated lake. Will be sold cuoup, a id on tin-ins to suit purchaser, t'Ul on or nildrrss JOHN VNDRUSOS, over Wedge Wiilf- oiug'-j store. HOUSE ANO l.f I' "Oil SALE, ia ths villago of Albert L'ja. A beautiful 1'ocation, and a g'-od and conveirient dwoll- itag, will bts so' a che.-ip. ANW.tJ.SOX. Four doors south of ihe Puopto'a Store. Apprcniiljc Gills wanted. WELL TRIMMED HATS FOR ONE DOLLAR AT MES. JOEK STAGE'S MILLINERY STORE ALBERT LEA, MINN. HIGHEST PRICE P FOR nml Gents' Cb.nns from snme made to order. Alio Ladies' Switches, and all other work in llial line. TERECIA ANDERSON, LOAKDRESS-MAK Over Wn'p Spiccr-s Drugstore, ALBRUT LKA, Minn. A. J. BALCII, Having rented tho fine shop, tovnicrly by A. Drown, is now prepared to de nil kinds of repairing, particularly in the line of Sleighs, Bobs. etc, Wood-work on plows, also pninting -to Everything cheap and on short, notice. Give Him a Call. per Acre ImprovedFarm Fine farm of 100 acres 100 icrcs now plowed for crop; tame mradow: living springs. Good fence urotiad- tlio entire fnrm. Oood house, stabics, I'ost-oflioe acrpss Ihe road, with School 100 yards rite door. Albert Lea in full vjew, 2J raU'cg distant, ivh TI: everything ihat heart can wish is for snlc, except triiitkif." WKDGK UIBBS, Agents; Albert Lea, Minn. March 22, 1876. i Lea, Minn. Itf Shop on O'lark etrert. noi th and oppo- site of tt edge Drug FIRST-CLASS WORKMEN are employed. Repairing done to order, cheap find on notice. him n cftll. 37if Albtrt Lcn, Minn. Markets. HAS REMOVED THE OLD PIONEER MEAT-MARKET: OB Ejst Broadway, first door south of THE PEOPLE'S STO11E. WITH INCREASED FACILITIES DOING BUSINESS, HE PRO- POSES TO GIVE BETTER SATISFACTION! THAN EVER BEFORE. for Hides, Tallow, MEAT MARKET WILLIAM TUNELL Again calls attention to liia FINE MEAT MARKET, Where can be found at nil timea, choice cuts of Feef, Pork, Mutton, Sausage, Also FISH, POULTRY, and WILD GAME in their season BKOADWAY, near Armstrong's Bank- ALBERT LEA, MINN. S, M R. R. LANDS. These valuable lands whi-eh remain un- sold, in raeborn County, arirsMlV offered at low prices, and on easy tertSsr. Now is the Time ia se'cttre Them. Inquire of the undersigned, to who also Ml moneys due tho Trustees on Lan Mortgages-should bo paid. No of payments where taxes art not paid. M. CONA'NT, Agt. of DRAG FOR' good second hand drag for4 sate cheap. Apply at lbis office. AUSTRIAN QUEEX. I am extreuioly sorry if your ,mn- jesty should once more turn li duuf'-eftr to ihe appeuLI have made tw you in behiilffof my Ancl'if I did, uiadatnc, What could you do against uie ,7 WnaTi could "I "do aguinst yon, Elizabeth of Austria Have you for- gotten what happened to your husband's near relative, AJarie Antoinette, who was us light-hearted and 1', ivoloua as you, but certainly more virtuous More virtuous? Insolent how dare I shall date overytliinj; the uiistrass of my I shall bhauie, I shall Itltors to tlio Knipcror Napoleon, and acquaint hiui with tho fact th.it the reputed son of the Kmpcrur Francis, the second of Austria, is the child of my son, Aruol- do tie llovigione, who was thu paramour of a certain princess of Naples, whom an emperor Hindu his consort because her beautiful black oya> pleaucd hiui when he HJW lier in Rome This exir.iord'n-iry conversation took in tho imperial palacti at Vienna, on the 2d of May, 1S05, bflwecn the cutpiTSS Elizabeth and tire (luchesH- couiitt-ss Massiina do Itovigions, then thu head o.' ona of the oldest and most aristocratic funiilieti of snuihern Tt.ily The cmpreas the s-ectind of the cuiperur Frnncin, that uiir- ture of low shrewdness, voluptuousness and reckless cruelty While ho wis pi nice of Tuscany, and uiarriud to u tnnst estinuble l.-idy, he fell in love with Elizabeth, of Naples. j the of queen Caroline, of un- savory memory Kliztbuth's roputnttnn then was very She was known to have had man} but her beauty was unimpaired 15ut the (Hie of all her lovers she tre ited worst was the above uicMitioncd count Arnnldo and whot-e infiituation for the high-born jade wap n matter of astonisliment to thw-e ho know him Tho younj; count WHS with her in Rome, when Francis of Tuscany, aftcr- w.tid empi-ror cjf beuae-e ac with her 8he knew the pros pects of Fi ancif, :uid eagi'rly rcceptcd Inn oflbr tu become hi-t the count with her coolly told him that her im- pcfu'iiiir would be obstnclo w I'.'iti'x'er to u continuation of their guilty liaison, and he waslbolifh enough to follow lu-r 10 Vienna His attention to her there attracted the eyes of the people the jfnlou'y of h.T iinperinl iuij'b.inil was aroused, and one Ain.'ldo de lit vijiione was ar- rt'Sieii an] sent us a prisoner to those honiblu of Spielberg, which wcie with hy the whola world, but which so well sei ved the cuipjror of Austria to gratify his despotic and cruel pro- For three years even the parents of the young count did not know what had bi'Corne of him At last they weie infoimcd by an es- caped coinict that their son was there, and that the treatment at the hands of his jailors was so horrible that he was fiie.-uly pitied even by his uioit hard- oni'd fellow-prisoners Tlie emperor Francis had written special instructions for the manner in which tho unfortunate llovigione was to be treated. These instructions were as infamous and inhuman a.s if they had emeintcd from a Persian satrap in the darkest of a ices "Count Rovijzione receive evi.-ry day twelve ounces of bread and two quarts of water On holidays he shall receive an extra allowance of half a pound of meat. IIo phall be heavily ironed, and every manifestation of inso- lence on his p irt be punished with fifty lashes lie shrill not receive any writing materials, and nothing to read except the bible Tho commander of tlie Rpiclbprtr, who had been selected for that position on account of his as n disci- plinarian, carried out the emperor's in- structions with (he utmost inexorabili- ty, and he caused Rnvigione to be cru- elly flogged during the first three years of his incarceration When the parents of the tortured prisoner ascertained what had become cf him, they invoked the intervention of the king of Naples, who refused to do anything for the victim of his daagh ter's heart lossness The only consequence, when this ap peal was brought to the notice of the cuipcror Frincis. was that young Rovi- sionc was treated with still greater cru eltv, At longth. when her husband had died broken-hearted in consequence of his son's horrible fale, the dowager countess, da Rovigione resolved to make a last appeal to the empress Elizabeth, ajid thon the stormy scene which we described at the opening of our narra- tive took place The threats of tho old counters did not remain without effect upon the em- press. The laUer finally exclaimed What can I do under tho circum- stances Tho emperor, my husband, would turn a deaf ear tp even though I should implore him on my bended knees to pardon your son. Per- haps you do not.know that such n par- doo requires emperor's seal, which- he always wears on his right index ger." t ain fully aware of that, your ma- replied the countess, and I want you to get that signet ring, if on- fy for a minute, in order to imprint it on' wax' attached' to'this is an order for.the release of my son. The emperor's signature under tne paper is on excellent imitation." 111 see it rejoined- the ehjpress' But hotf snail set tlie Totf do not Icrtow how distrustful the empe-' rorjs, especially when nis jealousy is aroused." i' I have been srtffcl the oountelfS', tTiat' tfie emperor has a cup nf coffee with you every afternoon at u'clock- So ho dons, uiudauie. But what of 7" Look fit this vial, your h hisui but con- narcotic r-ofiee. and he will become unconscious for a few minutes how shall I be able to do Elizabeth, almost in a despairing tone. My husband watches toe while hojis with uie on such occaaions-'Vith n vigilance. way and will comply with your wishes, niWame You will huve to do said the countess, coldly., Understand uie well 'AH the facts about you, ever si nco you wcic fifteen yedrs old, are in my posses- sion. Unless my con is released from his horiiblu captivity wiihin three days, the papers will be given to the emperor 'I will get the seal for she after a brief pause. When shall I get the paper from you asked (he countess. It is of couise oi'ihe Invest importance tlint it hhould be afoncc forwarded to the gov- ernor of the Spielberg (jet it fur uie this day, and next week, .be on FVenc's UinTtory and proclaim that the p.ipur vvss spnnoui from to end Your connection with this affair slull never become known The empress promised to return the momentous p-ipi r to the mother of her former loX'ur in of the afternoon, and the dowager countess was so de- lighted with the prospect of rescuing her from :i fate worse than death. that she. forgot nil her animosity against and embraced her auiid a flood of fears. God will rpwaj-J you, dear to Kliz.tbcth Bo brave nnd determined, and you will accompli-li the result that --ill ntonr for all the hat-in you have'donc to my poor Ar- nold.) Tha which occurred at three o'clock when the emperor Francis took his coflec with his beautiful consort might have formed a fitting subject for a pruat hi.-iforical p-iinter The e'liprrss-was eharminglyaoiuble nnd affectionate to "her husband, and while1 kisbiacr hitn she pouir'd the oon- lerits of the vial whifh the countess dc Rovijnrmc had jtivetj her into his cup He drank it unsuf.pectitifjly, and a min- ute later he was fasl Tlion shu poized Ms hand and pretsed his Mgnpt on the wax pre- viously softened by heating it over the alcohol lamp of her golden coffee pot In the next minute the paper was hidden in her heaving bosom A few minuses later the emperor drew a deep breath nnd re-opened his U'hat made me so .sleepy, be asked HI .IT bo it is the heat of the room, jour majesty.1' she replied "You wui k too hard, siie It is no wonder you should sonietimefs feel vrcary Francis the second left her without suspecting the desperate trick which had pljyed upon hiui A week, later the young couot Arnol- do de Kovifriosie had arrived at TuniX where he lived for a time in the utmost seclusion When he had recovered from the sufferings and ciuelties that had been inflicted upon him, he went to Paris, where the emperor Napoleon, who was then on the po'nt of declaring war against Austria, received him in a private audience and offered him a colonelcy- in the French count ing previously delivered to him the damaging papers concerning the empress Elizabeth. Talleyrand made a terrible use of theae papers against Francis thesecon j of Austria. The rnge 'of the latter, when he heard of Rovigiono's singular release fiom the Spielberg, knew no The governor, who had been so clev- frly deceived, was degraded to the ranks in an infantry regiment. Itovigione fell nc Austerlitz. Napo- Inon used the papers against Elizabeth once more in 1810, when he compelled the emperor Francis to -give him the hanoLttf bis daughter, the tireh duchess, Marie'Louise. Feeding' Corn Stalks. From the American Agriculturist. I have never, until now, been able to account for the different values various practical people put upon ccrn stalks Tiue. there is a great difference in dif- ferent kinds of coin, in the way it is fed, but after till, the great varia- tion in value is caused by its dry ness That which is cured somewhat moist, even if more or less moldy, is great prefeircd by tho cattle, to haid, dry, brittle .'.tuff', which has lo-st almost all of its flavor, and doubtleas a good deal of its nutritive qualities Simply spunks ling the portions of stalks to be fed-next so that they have a few hours to ubsnib tbe water, helps a great still it is not at all like having natural- ly moist fodder. If the water used to soften the stalks be salted, and flavored with a few handfuls of bran, this will make a great difference. No doubt the best plan So feed com, is to out arid steam, it, with such additions-of routs, bran, ootton seed meal, as are desirable. Few can do this many, however, follow wfitrtf is perhaps the next best cut the corn-fodder, and mix it with bran, then to pour scakKn% wa'toiln aboWtfance' bvor 'the mass, and cover it up with rubber sheets, or rubber army blankets, or place it in a box with a close" that it shall have 3 g-ood soaking nnd "sweating." i whatever fed, it should be finer the bet- ter; but even if it be cut in foot lengths, evory farmer Will find his account in it great out, nnd thenjn clear culture. Those of us who cnVnot affcrd' to cut.our'corn fodder fioe, to haye it" as the English 'at least fee tidy enough to 'have it, cut in sii-fnYli' lengths with a broad ax or"   persons delivering the same, and he shiill at the. end of each week, after receive and measure the same, and on the 2d day of'Sune, on tbe llth day of said month, on the 2d day o' July, and on tho 2d d.iy of Oc- tober next, make a report to the Coun- ty Auditor of all the grasshopper; and their ogizs measured by biui. the num bcr of certiQcJles issued and the names the perh'iii" to whom he the same, hnd'the: Gotutty Auditor shall am me the tame and it in his office, which report si.all be subject to public inspection And iho County Auditor shall, at the end of each week after he ?rull have received tho first of said reports, transmit a copy of said report to the governor, who thall, as soon as the sum hereby appropriated shall have been expended in the pay-uienl of said boun- ties, notify all persons interested there- in of such fact by a publication of such notice in some newspaper yrintod and published at the city of St Paul, in taid State of Minnesota, foa three nue- days Rt'C. G. For a failure an the part of said measurer to perform any of his duties under this act, or for any tnis- measurement of such grhsshoppers and their eggH he shall be dueuied to be guilty of a misdemeanor and be .subject to pay a fine of not less than nor more than 5100, or be imprisoned in the county jail for a term of not less 30, nor more than 90 days, in n suit or ptocecding to be prosecuted in 'he name of tho state of Minnesota, in tho .same manner as is provided by law in other caics of misdemeanor. .Sec. 7. Upon the presentation of such certiScatu to the county audtor he shall issue ac ettificate to n person en- titled thereto for the amount due him (a form of which certificate shall be surnished by the state auditor) nnd bhali oiukc an order upon the state atid- ditor for the amount thereof, and the state auditor shall draw his warrant up- on the treasurer for thrt amount in fa. vor of the parties holding said certifi- cate which shall be paid by the state treasurer on presentation 1'rovidod, That all certificates presented by the county auditor for payment shall be by him filed and preserved in his he shall present su 
                            

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