Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard, April 5, 1877

Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard

April 05, 1877

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Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard (Newspaper) - April 5, 1877, Albert Lea, Minnesota FREEBOB.V STAMIRD, PC BM SUED SVKKV PIll'lt-iD.VT. Terms, Pjr AJi -nee, UVTS1 or M'VKllTISISQ. lEnterpvife 1 "w -2. w i -1 w i l> in i G in i y I 1 inch. 1.CM; I J .i.OO.lOOP inch I 7-V S oO inch! 4) -V) o 00, '.LOO11 (1.50 4 -''i I'i.OII (10 5 ino'i 111 i .10 IS.OO '-l-> 00 t t 1 O.l A e-il I 1 Jil.Oli i O..i 11 i- OmCEl'.S OK t'Jl'.NTT VOLUME 17. ALBERT LEA, MINNESOTA, THURSDAY, APRIL 5, 1877. NUMBER 14 W. .IohnM.ii. J. M. Collier. I V't'ii N Ooilec. Olc TIK vsi.-r.Kii Killelson. i 11., LI 1 I'D It 11 ;i i I l i Tie..i-ri R OF On.m Pi-torton. COUNTY I-TOIIM A- Lovely. .1 SMKIUIT i I.'ivon. i.vC..i'-ir--V VV. t.-. .Jru.iB -fiilh-rt (lulhrnndson. .MirKKisi' f'orsrv G. Kcllnr. (.'olios' KII FroMlmiit? Coi-iir 1' Kpii-er s. s. O TOGRPE H E Broailway, opposite Postofficp, AI.IiERT LCA MINN. BtflilliCi'S. i II. D. D. R. P. HlBDH. DU. A. H. H, D, BROWN CO.'S OP ALBERT I1A, jk f f" 2 ;L y V w V-U..AJL a? -s ALB [OUT LKA. MINNESOTA A GlvNERAl, n AN KING BUSINESS TRANSACTED. OS. m, G3AN3AU, 33 NF 17 31 S fa Office over W-il A IT'S ilore, H. D. BROWN CO, BANKERS. REAL ESTATE AGENCY. WE Imve for sale, luiulsaid farms in every IOVMI in Ihis county. TUK.MS 10 suit cvot vborty. LOW pi-icos. Ion', lime, ami a low rate of in IF von tios'ri' to buy n farm, call on us IF you have a farm or lands to sell, call on us. OUR fiiciliiicg for buying nml selling Inn.H, examining ami ir.rteeling lilies, fire uncqn iloil. m wo Imve AIJSTUACTS. TIlANiiFICI'S, mill PL of every piece of lanil iu this Cdunly. Tyrer, Albert Lea, Minn. April 25, 1876. ISools fttttl Shoes. THOMPSON mf ON Have just openpil a new Boot Shoe Shop. WILL CONSTANTLY KKRF ON HAND A FULL LINK OF Goo'ls, nil of will be sold clitap. AND r.KNTS' FINE GOODS A SPKCiALTV. GOOD KITS GUAR- ANTIED. AND ALL WORK AEFEEEKCES: s r, W. W. DJ335, M. I I Ut Xat. Itauk. Austin. Ut Hink, St. P.illl. J-l Nut. lliUk, -Jtii Nut. lUl'k, New YiTk. I H4lf Kcpninng Jono on .-horl notice, anJ everylliuiR lo eonlrnct. GIVK THKM A I'niiiciwny one Joor north of the Webber lf lloiiHi1, AlbiMt Minn. i Boot Shoe Store. OCR WASHINGTON LETTER. The Southern Question and ifg Sur- The I 'rosjiectx of a- Dis- of the Democracy Wlutt be. Done n't the Extra Setkiuh. Civil Service Per soucl of thu and Former Sen- ate. WASHINGTON, March 26 The political situation at this tiuie is Mimewhat muddied The condition in which President Hayes found thu State frnvermiicnts of South Carolina and Louisiana, on the day of his inau. demanded that he would eive a.-.-uruncc of immediate attention to I he removal of uneuttuinty as to whoai be- longed ilio rightful control of these jruveru merits He and his Cabinet have lieen in duily consultation, but the diffi- culties in the way of u satisfactory ad- justment have proved to be more for- midable than had been anticipated The President's first object seeuis :o have been an effort to bring about a compromise between thu opposing fac- tion" So lar his exertions in that di- rection have been batren of results may be the bu-jces-'S of thu pro- posed eouiuii.-Mon to Louisiana, and the summoning of Chamberlain and Ilump- tou to Washington is yet to be dotcl- opcd The refusal of many prominent N'ii l -i I' i- i ili' -I.- i- il h j n iu1 in ii" I In ut mice c.ire nii'l dm-iiti.i.ii it ti.i'. 1 i Hnvc just received :md "ill keep in slock I the larireil a-.aort ineril ol' i bo fotui'l in tuwu. CLSTOJI MADE or five uorkim'ii "ill h" cnnsinnily -in I unliM-i for New OooJi or lor tti-r-iiii-- will be fillol. cheap on lhe notice Uroailwiy side. Albert Li-a, Minn, gtf GIVK THK.M A CALL. JOil.X A. I.Y. H. Si PARKER, CCSce Ili-w'lt'-t up H! door a TYRER, ttorney-1 .it 1.iw. NI.I.M'K'- I'ulillc. Iloul IOs! tli; :irid t'oliiH-'ins ins. t'oN'Xl'.V all kin i I'M.-iU-h dune Iflg- me'it IMH i'n o i iii f'l. 0 Tii.X'JS ;..ii 1. tin .'-.lilt i'i''i, I.-Ki'K .in 1 ,.-11. r-ii iittentniii o ion. Corner Olu-k t I, L1, MLW "JOHN ANDERSON, ov x MRS, 0. S. WARREN Milliner Dressmaker, r I" M ri anj OIW V.I II I.'I. IS M. ware. Webster, of Mussachu- Geruian setts- father, who was Governor of .Maryland He was in a finht vvithtjruek pirates 50 years and w.-is with at Koanuke. flu married a daughter of the acts of his life absence. A few hours after 's departure she left her her to seek her lover, aud him she said to him she found You have for Sherman, Siinun Cameron, Hamilton, and Kiibi'iition on the Republican side; and (Joldwailh, Norwood, Sto. vetison, Kelly, and Cooper o.i the Deui. (icratic. believe this presents a larger propoitioBal tubslilution of new fur old Scnalurs than has ever occurred at any previous set'iion. In .'ome cases tyros take the places of veteians, and in promo' fc'i'iiale other instances (here has been tion from the House to the Evcret', of Massa L. Marey, of New 1S57 Lewis Cass. of Michigan S Black, of Penn wes ;m attempt to colonize Florida with Smith was Ken a 1-inj; demanded to know vrbcuco L obtained ihjt delicious meat you have sylvania. 18G1 often praised Come with we. I will show yuu African Eve than took" tucky brirn. and was nt thr- bnrricr forts hiui to her house, in to her in China in 1856. arid on the Congress husband's commands, but with when >he by the Merriuiac in view to enchance the glories of Hampton loads He was McClellin'H the fountain and the pleasure eoailjutcr iu the rnel.tncholv peninsula of viewing the fish sportfully of York forgets it U'illce was. in bonic resprcli. the most eele He was born in Xcw ond was a nephew of John Wilkes. the English radical of lha their silver sides in ivuter she first tcrtirued her lover with the fish cookc-iT in several ways, nor wats she neglectful to satisfy his thirst with wine own manufacture Then, when her her century He hud a name before the j lover began to be impatient at the de- wiiuld immediately remove j Hill, liluine, and Hoar march from the .T nrated of them all II. oeward, iScw York 1809 Elihu B. ashburne. of Illi- j n018' i war of the reb.'llion broke out. his anl-j lajr. and having no other cause to 69 Irish, of j in 1S39_42. and pone thu exhibition, she invitid lum to' I his conirihution. UIM-P on Inn. I .i tiiot vurieiy of vollliii474ill PflARTY, ilBYEYOB.UDUIVILEXGIAEER, ALBERT LKA, MINX. Leave oi-dcro with Stacy Tyrer. iiilnoiKiMf ilonc in .lie 1'uiir ilooj-s soul li or' tho People's Siore. Apjireniiee fiiiU wiinled. vol li'.nnl it I' TBIMMED HATS FOR ONE DOLLAR AT MES. JOHN STAGE'S MILLINERY STORE ALBERT LEA, MINN. nicaiKST TRICE PUD FOR I Shop on Cliu-V: Ftret't. north oppa- site of Weilge iV Spiecr's Drug store. i FIRST-CLASS WORKMEN are employed. Ri'puiriiig (luiin to order, clieup and on ahoil nonce. Oi'-'j him ft cull. 07lf Albert Lea, Minn. LLKN HAS RKMOVKD THE OLD MEAT-MARKET; OB Knst side Dronilwav. first door south of THE STOKE. y State i 'huir in the Senate; Grover leaves be made to appear or I '''s station in Oregon and comes lo Washington; liollins returns in ihe Capital as a Scnnlor, having left, it some yi-ars ago as Conmii.'bioner of Internal Kcvenue Matthews, the clo- and aMutc advocate of the rights of succession to the F residency con- ferred by the people up'in his friend, will be here to stand by him in his ele- vated position and ex-Secretary of War, J D. Cameron, steps in and fills ihe plare occupied for so uiuny years by his distinguished father. Let MS see to what extent youihful will cou pensate for the.loss of matured wisdon and experience ALPUA. Cicnts" Cluins from nmtle to order. AUo ulies' ynitolius, iuii.1 all oilier work i n t lint Hue. TERECiA ANDERSON, Over VN i Spicer s Drug Store, ALHKKT LI-: Minn. J. BATXHI, ll-iving renied the lino shop, tormerly usotl A. L'r.ou'ii, is now lo do kinds of repairing, particuUirly in the line of Wagons, Sleighs, etc. Wood-work on plows, also pniuling to Everything ohe.ip and on short notice. JL, SlX'l'V uf jroirl ('.inning hinds, neves of winch nre in the town of Albfi-i only tnui- miles from thu village- siunni'd neiir the lake. Will tie sold I'lirujj. aiul on toi-ms to suit purchaser. C'nll on or iiddrens JOHN ANOEIirfOX, Office over Wselge Wulfsburg's store. HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE, in the vilU-a of Albert Lea. A beautiful location, n and oouvenient dwell- ing, will ba uol J ANDFBSO.V. Give Him a Call. per Acre ImprovedFarm Fine farm of 100 acres 100 now ploweil ri'ifly for crop: tame meadow living springs. Good i'crice around tlie cr.tiru fin-m. Good house, sliibics, 1'ost-oflice across the rond, with daily mail. School house 100 yards from Ilie door'. Albert Lcn in full view, 2A inilea distant, wlnro everything that heart cun is for sale, ezerpl WEDGE HtBBS, Agents, Albert Lea, Mian. Marob 22, 1876. IS Alb-ar! Lrn, Mmn. WITH INCI'.EASKD FACILITIES F01 that otiiei life. When the fiery fight heard no more Aud lhe Blorm hai- ceased to blow. 1. Newspaper B Be brief This is the age ol tcicgrapiis aud stenography. 2. Be pointed. Don't write -U! around a subject without hitting it. 3 State Facts, but don't stop to moralize It's a drowsy subject. Let the reader do his own dream ing. 4. Eschew preface. Plunse a once into your subject, like a swimmer into cold water. 5. If you have written a sentcnci that you think particularly fine, draw your prn through it. A pet child ii always the worst in the family. G. Condense Make sure that you really have an idea, and then record i iu the shortest possible terms. We want thoughts in their quintcscence. 7. When your article is completed strike out nine-tenths of the adjec- tives. An ember from which the spark has old maid. A lady much given to tattle .said she never told anything except to two kinds >f people who asked her, and hose who didn't. Why are ladies kissing each other on of Christianity Because tlu-y are doing unto other as they would men should'Jo uuto them. Bless you." said John Henry, with ears in his eyes; ulle lakes her own ff so that perhaps she doesn't now it hurts to have mine pulled out" An Englishman lately imprisoned for entimr bis wife said; as he was looked p. I've one comfort, anyhow, and bat is that I am not sent to jail for do- j ing a monn tiling." There is something refreshing in the absolute astonishment that visitors to a printing office sometimes display at the commonest things. What is that black looking thin.u standing up in that corner is sometimes asked by an un sophisticated observer; and the nearest typo answers That is the printing office towel. We always stand it up in the corner." A clergyman" was preparing his dig- course for Sunday, stopping occasionally to review what he had written and to erase that which he he was accosted by his little son, who numbered but five summers: Father, does God tell you what to preach Certainly uiy child." Then what makes you scratch it out Send in your odes to spring. There is a girl ton years Hinds county, Miss., who is six feet high, weighs 190 pounds, and Las six fingers ot) each hand and six toes on each foot. She is going to learn a four-handed piece on the piano. Whnt shall you do with youv Teach them to mate bread, and' wash dixhtis, and make bed quilts, and new buttons on old pantaloons, and then see if they won't grow fat and' make good wives. When a man dies bis friends adver- tise his virtues (whether he ever lud any or not) on his tombstone; But many u man busts and goes down to his grave unhonnred-and unsung, only because he wasn't well advertised' while living. The rich men w'li'o didn't learn trades ten years ago because t half' fathers were independent" are N'ew sitting on basswobd' shovels and wait- ng for a snow-bank to draw on York Grnphic. -Nttb had revealed the secret of the mysteri- ous fountain, and that punishment had fallen upon her and ber neighbors be- cause of her sin. Amusing. Congress must be judged by its A uiun with corns felt better after' meeting a man with no feet. Ifyou have too much unnic in yonr' sole, souk the bottom of youV The best treatment for husbands who out late at night Homo path-io treatment No one can know the value of three dollar chrouio until he see it printed for three cenin. Elder Lard is preaching in Louis-' ville, where his setmons already rendered him very popular. Look out for a with short fin- gers. Tney show hasty judgment, ho is as apt to bit you hands. as to ehake- Change cars 1" in what a boolblselr said to a Chicago uiiu the other, rhcn he had finished one of his bro-' guns. The tramp is now looking for a good strong bank in which to keep his ey while he is awny on his wanderings It costs the Government per annum to support our and yet some will say that tho erpttSid' is ahogctker light. When Mr. Moody denied tliat hir was born and raised in ihe people there hunted up very- patch from which he used lo steal mel- ons. Ole Bull called at the White to pay his respvcts the ollrer day.. When he apoligi.-fed for t'iie iiit'r'usiori'. President, merely replied, "Oh fidd.u- sticks.'" Fiftctn factories in Sweden are DOW' engaged in producing a cheap non plosive oH from wood The it chiefly pine, and the results thui far have been encouraging. Can animate eommunicarc ideas asks an English writer. Come dear sir, aud lean against an American "mule. Biblical scholars will be pleased' W learn that the Vanderbi.'t heirs unanimouBly resolved toetand-by old testament She was telling a female friend how Maryifanc quarreled with her and Eaid she. Why, if you hoard 'em' alk you'd think they were marVicJ'." A' love-sick girl- who had married1 against her father's wishes, came back after the first eoiijual tiff. Kill exclaimed the father, the: C'llf has db you use pafiit T" asked iolinist of hia daughter. For anie reason that you use rosid, papa." llow is that'{ Why to help me Iruw my few minutes before being shot Lee was requested' by a pboU- irapher tu please afgume a pleiMDt- ook." This world is prouo to deal "f a ;