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 «x* FflEEBOB\ (’OI\h SWIMM). Terjis, Per Year, I i Lh.nee, Si OII RATES OK \ OVKllTISlNG. I UT 2 w 4 w 3 in 1 0 rn 1 i y j ____■ * 1 inch LO t I 50 2 50 4.-50! 6. OC .10.00 I inch 1.7) 2 50 3.50 (j OO 8.50; IO 50 j inch 2.50 ;».50i 5 00 7.00 O.OO! 16.50 ' in Ga! ■i 25; 1.5 I -5 .5 0 IO OO I ii.Oil 20 OO i inc’) I f. 1 >! •5.50 * J.: -5 I 2 OO I8.0 I 25.00 j C'jl I >) 5 25 7.00 I Loo 22.00 OO OO I VOLUME 17. ALBERT LEA, MINNESOTA, THURSDAY, APRIL 5, 1877. NUMBER 14 4 5 I A col I col B*h olograph s. 6 ) i 8 •>) I ii* 22.i>;) 10.00 50.00 I. ! i I To) I 8.0 I L) OOT)0 OO 00.00 I S(4.*5 I arr OFFICE sis OF ne KF. BOHY I HIW TY County C om mission hrs : James riioreson. U\ W Johnson. J. M. Griller. VV:si N. Clozlce. Ole Munson. T s E vs rn KR -—Charles Kit t cl son. Aunt roil—S, H it cludder IU: .i ri ti ok Deco- -August Petcrton. County Attohney--JoJiii A. Lovely. Shf..:ikf—T. J. Sheehan. Deputy Sheriff- Jacob I.arson. Cleuk ok Court—V W. White. 1’robvTfi JuooR -Gilbert Gulbmndson. | School-SufKKijtrKNoRNT--fI Thurston. ! County .Suns i: you— Win G. Ktllar. (' o it o n e u —J F ms Ii ail g Court Oomhissioxkr— I*. P» Spicer. X>I3INrrT7Xf3l*i-XtY. DU. A. II. STREET, S. S. EDWARDS PHO TOGRPE HEE Broadway, opposite Postoffice, ALBERT LEA MINN. SS a it hers. II. D. BiOY.N. D. R. P. IIiiins. H. D. BROWN & CO.’S I, Ii CAL ESTATE t -JVT /1 WE Imre for Kale, lands and farms •very town in this county. TERMS lo suit evetybodv. LOW prices, Ion*. time, and a low rate • of interest. II- you dos're to buy a farm, call on us j IF you have a farm or lands to sell, call ; OU us. i OCR, facilities for buying and selling Inn Is, examining and j .rfecting titles, art unequaled, as we have ABSTRACTS. I RAN.'CERS, and PLATS of every piece of land in this county. St a cp »V Tyrer, Albert Lea, Minn. April 25. 1876. SSoots natl Shoes. OUR WASHINGTON LETTER. The Southern Question and its Surrounding — Tho Prospects of a Din rvpti n of the Democracy — What should he Dour at th,. Extra Setkioh Civil Service Deform—The Per tout I of the Present and Punner Sen. Ute. Washington, March 26 The political situation at this time is somewhat *• muddled ” The condition No w .-ince the subject of civil service reform is bein" discussed iii the Cabi. net. it is quite approjms to ventilate the past arui present abuses in the civil ae:. Secretaries of State. There is no office in this country that has been held by the same number of incumbents of so much ubilitv and di.«-v .    ti ti ct ion as thaf of Secretary of State vi«l It is not enoug., to prescribe a The office has never been held by a mm method lur the fuiure appointment to J of feeble or ordinary capacity In all office, and not take a retrospective j rasc*6 *1*0 Secretaries of State hare ^ la Dee and determine how the compost. ’ern eminently qualified to command lion of (he preoent force ha, been Ti' i    ri’,r'-' i of our ow,, and i i ,    .    foreign oat Kins. Examine the list: brought about. If any of the pre,cm    1789-Thoma. Jefferwn, of Virgin- ‘orce was nm entitled to their position ] »a African Mythology. S its Stanley m his bat African letter to the New York Herald :    The    VVnjiji a tribe now occupying a small country us cr J he center of the eau •‘•rn coast of the I adgany ika, immigrant.") lot)" since from f rImdi, hare interesting traditions respecting tho origin of lake Tanganyika. The first relates that the portion af this cunt I ta en t now oceanic! by the great lake was a plats *• years nod year?, and years ago; ” that tm this plain w ii a large town, near where is Dot known Iii filii) town lived a man and hit* wife, with an inclosure round their dwelling, which contained a remark slily deep well or fountain, whence opening an abundant supply of fresh firh was' •bfsifted for thiur wants. Tbs exisf-in    en v of the fountain and ifs Measure .    .    r,Vf3    al,d    °*    5«»r*    **    Was kept a profound secret fiiifc alf to make the coincidence happy rather their neighbors, as the revelation of its ^Mn un,mot!,, lh.lr a»eraj>u »-e wa- ixisir..ee had btu. strictly- prohibits.) I., and their career, exemplified all | Ii* fail    * Death of Six Admi) tis Since the Be-gitwin" of the Year. From the Springfield Republican. The death of six Admirals of the United State# navy since th of I" 77 is quite remarks I. Ie, althougb these warriors of the sea go down sui h f u: IfiC'.s of hr th* .,ir    ,    1    —    ■"    ' J  *r 10 Hm *or tmany generations ; d    [TPI*    °f    i,s    ’    "“hin    thU    fitunilew **t when appointed, it is reasonable to pre* j .    Edward    Randolph,    of    Virgin-    ;    jjve    dunn"    rur J *** ,JlCrt1 were af*“ heavy calamity dimly foretold would in «    a    i.    , Hume that they are nffi entitled to them I rnr T    .    . • n wit.ch I resident Hayes found the1 now «, j c * iii    i    1<9*>—Timothy I ickering. of Massa- J    now, aud therefore they should not be chupon lyrate governments ol South (hi rn I in. I r.ljin, j Je ...    .    Chuns. retained. If disloyally to our govern-    IsOO—John Marshal,    of    \ irgin- iiient should have prevented a person *a now holding office from being    apport    1    TSOI—James    Madison, of    Virgin- assurance ot ttt.u.cdiate .tten.is,, to .he rd. .he holdiotr of .hat «S,Z    J. ...    i U JQfto „ k    _ 1809—Robert    Smith,    of    Mary- S"Utii (arolina retained and Louisiana, on the day of his inuit nutation, demanded that he would give wert already men when they; happen if the prohibition was no* V bile the i strictly respected ; and, remember ins removal of uncertainty as to win longed *m be THOMPSON & TILTON Have just opened a new C2 res co H zss /• . cs. the right I ul control rd* these ! *‘»**rumenta He ami his Cabinet have I been in daily consultation, but the d.ffi-! flftt r j cullies in the way of a Satisfactory ad- Boot    SuShoo    Shop. I f^1"h^'^ midahle than had been anticipated g of that office now, re "•aidless of the way he obtained it. I land. should be a reason for big dismissal at    1811—J once. If it m considered just to here-I apportion the < Rices equally I a too fig ti»e several States according to | their population, it is proper to at once ! i    i    .    -    .v    .    uroj.    leuicmDaring into ill ll    ,nor,    °" lh* land WI i lll« i'ljunc.i ,0, the owners of I fie fcUn~ . .. ,h t. , 'e    ,3i“ *'»«d l«»K Moi hanuW, and fresh I l,C Sea ,h/    ‘he    ">»iB    re-    fish f. rnied their amin fund each J-.y I lianes and stood «p to the work well ; The wife, however, wa, not very vir- rieLinfo’th H f“x x b"""    ,UC,U,' she t>cr“‘i,ttJ    >" rigging of the Hanford during the ba; 1817—, sachu.wutfa ames Monroe, of Virgin John Quincy Adams, of Mas secret to share the love which aholt! an- — r ..    _    .    have been solely bestowed upon ber Alden was ® native of Portland, a proper husband, and among other fa- ‘    he    ft tie of Mobile Ray A hic comrad I "ii)—Henry (’lay af Kentucky. 182'J—Martin \ un Buren, of N< ALBERT LEA, IJJ Z UJ minnesota OFFICE, OVER TUE DRUG STORE,; SuUth oW Dost < dice. Albert Lea. MimoiHota. | ~ OS. OS M, CRANDALL, ” I X5 E NTIS c€/:» I A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED. FULL LINE OF Custom Made Goods, all of which will he sold cheap. I York 1831 compromise between the ippoMng fac. t,on® s,» l*»r his exertions in thut di- _redion lmvc been barren of results LADIES* AND GENTS’ FINE GOODS A j 'Vital may be the success of tile proposed e< uiuii.-sion to Louisiana, sud the ! sumuioniiig of Chamberlain anil Hump- New Edward Livingston, of Louis I,ou.s    Mc Lane, of Dele- ! mm I.    .    ,    ,    _    -    j    cfiua'!ze ifie appointuients bv dis WILL CONSTANTLY KEEP ON HAND A j I resident h first object seems lo cha-nin*' from an nn, ii r 'c ■ .    ,    _    I    fwing    I rom among those from fatale* nave been an effuft to bring about a    „ i , .    .    laos Ul * j “avinu a surplus and the vacancies thus j. produced ski ald be filled from State.-, wart wanting a full quota If it i- proper    I>33—John Forsyth, of Georgia hereafter to guard against the appoint-’    1811 — Daniel Webster, of Massa meot of more than ene of a family to office, where the public service woald Csndina * died SPECIALTY ANTED. GDO!) FITS GEAR AND ALL WORK H. D. BROWN & CO. BANKERS. Office over W & Wulfsborg’s store, IE oi>i>'ay, A bort Lea REFERENCES WAR RANTE X> Repairing done on .th or I notice, und everything according to contract. GIVE THEM A GALL. Broadway, one door north of the Webber <tf Home, Alb a t Lea Minn. S11 it i/sic in its. m. fit. DJO35, A1. D. nee up Stairs over thn Poet , i sniii 1st Nat. hank, Austin. 1st Nat. Bank, St. Paul. J I Aal. liauk, I hicago. 4tu Nat. liai k. New V.-rk. I ____ ;i*tf THE" MMV t’OI .MI ll I \Ii, Tim*. II. A It .MST It ON(»t Hanker. Office and Ro-i-J Odic *. ALBERT LEI, MINN I > < * How land AY. I> ECLECTIC PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON TA IN LAKE CITY, MINN., Will treat all dioM-cs to which mankind is alibi cot. !<> the hest of his ability. Dr. ALBERT LEA. sn MINN. SS rn p Bukovs. Howland I * ti. - mad ;• ;t SjMH'ia fly of 1 iI-f t Sf so! TV omen and Gi.iltl n*n. and eh roil i c tlisen I SCS of long si aiui ling. By long CX JR*I ienee ; intl atrict atteal! Oil IO Iii- j* 1*oft .•ss ion. lie i- e all fid<*nt of ti-.- ii' OI J. nil CU "a. de tlis. "vSas w 'll ll 5* ll C t^C S S. i M1 -tut ’ leal east s ir* . t ed vv iih care and <n,' i 5i!i'iil 1 ion.it I I t-e. lo A IL SQUIER. CITY EXPRESS & DRAY LINE. . Deals ta ll Ai D and SOFT COAL. Al'0 Seasoned Wood. Orders loft on the slate at Lincoln Bro--attended to at . nee Boot 8u Shoe Store. <>. F. & TV. I- N<tlHon Have ju>t received aud will keep in stock the '.aige»t assortment ol Boots & Shoos of all kinds To be found in town. CI SIUM IHDE VORK. not be injured thereby, then a thorough can vats ahouid be uiade in the several departments, lo ascertain whit families have Ul..re than one eating at Uncle , ‘,**iaj 8 crib, and at once correct the evil appear nice of Hampton at the Capital by ‘discharging all of ti are not enc* uraging.    •    | In tins Connection there is now much ton to W ishington is yet to be dove!, ‘■ped J lie refusal * * f many prominent gentlemen to accept the pi«ition of commissioner. iud the uncertainty as to the excitement in political clicks as to the distinct of an) pi. dge given by Fresi-deiit ll ayes, with the view of controlling the ar tit ii of the House of ID pre seii!ativt» it) agreeing to tie count id the electoral voles of Louisiana and otlr cr disputed Stater, by which Hayes and Wheeler were elected It * Ital there is in Mu ft tvyers Sc M. tm    «Bg va Is. JoHV A. LOlXLT.    J    A    ii    Un    H.    i’AXIKE    It LGVtLY a PARKER, ATTOliNMVS Ae T^AW. Cfi ce in ll w ALBERT LEA, 'n Bl lek. up st a1 u‘ I st door. j - MIN E. C. SrAur.    v.    lf.    Tv    REH. STAGY Sh TYRER, Itorneys at L.w. Noun . - BoMie. Real ' Estate and ('olicciiiig Agents. (’ONNRI YAGING all kin I« ii ‘iii ately done. acknowlrdg- I meot' taken oatlis i aiaiste’ed. Ne • Taxes paid.    investigate-'i. Lands I bouget .fil s d I. I i: ncul.tr attention I pai.i IO CAII Corner Clark atm • fSilli£it>rtj. MRS. a S. WARREN Milliner & Dressmaker, [. ucci KS'. r to Mrs C F. Walker,I Will open a fine new stock of Millinery an I I a ii cy Goods, lies. Cuflfs, Collars, Alc. Four or five workmen will b** constantly em pl v I. in t orders for New G.-ols ar fur Repairs will be filled, cheap and on the shortest riot ice Brea Iw iv west aide. Albert Lea, Minu. Stf    GIVE THEM A GALL. OLE TATiTG, Maker and Itupairer of Boots & Shoes. A full hue of Worsteds, Lamars Patterns. Ac., kc. is alleged i sit nee tie w litten assurance* of Senator Matthews and , 11 cpi es* ti tat ive I Mer. aw tv, ll a. proof lo the oi ai statement* of is. Cf et a r v 8ti**r-man aud lD preseutaliv? G irfi. ;d. that I Hie Democrat* in the House would | cease to •• filibuster,** and thereby pre-j vent a count. President fl.ije* wfwu I inaugurated, would in mednt. ly nmove I the tr<t< j11oui Columbia and New Or* j I can#, and permit the people to d«*e.d - ail questions at .-ut- between the two, J faCTtofi*, as in atty VY hello r if can be oot that these gentlemen, or any of i them, did ”ive tfie assurances referred I to. It is very evident that liny bad no authority from the him to any rn except one us not only ta k reform, but act it ll IV personnel of the new Senate has undergone Cons,dcrahie changes. In casting a bird’s eye view or, r the chamber one misses the old familiar faces of ( lufton, Logan, Morrill. ■ of Me s Boat. well, Alcorn, Crsgin, Frielinghujecn, J-herman, Simon Can.cr. ti, Hamilton. Hnd Hobe!ison on the Republican side: atid Cli .dwaith, Norwood, Wright, Ste Vinton Kelly, and Cooper oa the Hem. im. rat ic. We believe this prmnti a i^fger proportional substitution of new I r o.d Senatova tlian Las ever occurred at any previous session. In some Closes t\! »s take the place* of veterans, and in • lifter instances there has bein promotion from the llou*e to the Senate Hill, ll.aine, and Hoar march it ui tin m ufh to tile n- rth w ing of th Legare, of South 1843—Abel P. Upshur, of killed 1814—John C Calhoun, of South (Carolina. 1843—James Buchanan, of Pennsvl. I rani». I    1810—John M. Clayton, of I)e!e- vrare. 1850—Daniel Webster, of Mbsaacbu- t set(8- 1852—Edward Everett, of Massa eh (Metis. 1853 — William L. Marcy, of New Yuk I S. >7—Lewis Cass. of Michigan 1860—Jeremiah S Black, of P Sylvania. ' I -GI — " York I Senoia. 1-69-York. 1S77-Y’ork. orth# years, th John Quincy Adam* J -......—« of VV i kes in the South sea, and constantly in active service during the rebellion, being the youngest of the six. only 67 Bailey wan born at Plattsburg, aud wr»3 a boy of ll years when Commodore Macdonough won hts spunky fight with the British crofters on Lake Champlain in 1814 Ile cap-tured 150 blockade runners, it is sai l, during the l ist War Davis wa* of Boston, a writer of the naval mathematics. and the captor of Memphis in 1862 Unit Golds borough his middle name Malesherbcs, smacks or’ events contemporary with his birth) was in the ner-\ice probably the l»*nge>t of any. enter-»ng as a middy in 1512. when to ask. steadily refused to tars of -•rrv PT' w\ 8?e‘ P*r“;,Ps by favor of his j nit ab-ence. A few hours after her Vi ’ W:j j Governor of Maryland j husband s departure she left her house S V’ **h.?"Lk •h!*" 50 10 !Ctk her iuw‘ »ud -On Shu found lf!!    !urn'"le    .I    . film *he Kiil to bin.: •• Yon hare for v»*rs ane frequently gave to her lover iouin ui the fresh fi-h. a kind of delirious meat he had never before tasted, and which roused his utmost curksity to ascertain whence she obtained it. For a long time be ceased not which tile woman tell. One day the husband was compelled1 to begin a journey to Ut in la, but be-»or<j dup art ore he strictly enjoined his* wile to 1*> k atter his house closely, to aJmit no gossips within his doors, and, above all. m,r to show the fountain. Pie A.ricaa Eve solemnly promised ic* comply with his instructions, though secretly abe rejoiced at the prospect mf bis absence. A few hours after her enn VV iiiian ll. Seward, New hiihu B. VV ashburne. of Iiii-Hauiiitoo Fish, of New VV liiiam M Evarts of New ‘6 who lu ll the office eight sere were n y James Madison, Forsyth. John ie Northern State ui ide to appear »*r .c t up Hoi; Davo> casts aPie his ttga as Judg the Fuprtine Court, and #<frn thuir in the (•(•non. I V ... on St Albert Lo t HEMAU BLACKMER, Xj A.WXEIL Iu A X X> Uh*    SA Lu IG ! J LAE RT LEA, - -    MINN.    I JOHN ANDERSON, j ATTOUR ICV AT LAW ANI) NOTAilY PUU MC dace over Wedge \ Spicer'* Drug Store, ALBERT ! EA, MINN. SS of els. Doing over Felt hats a specialty. I asliiouuMe Dress-Making douc in ihe very best maun cr. I*our doors sou!h of tho People’s Store. Apprentice Girls wauted. vdH6nol4tf “'"WELL I ll I.HH ED HATS FOR ONE DOLLAR Sh p on C irk street, nor'h a:, i opposite of Wedge ik Spicer’s Drug store, FIRST-CLASS WORKMEN are employed. c_r_„ ge of )cctipie§ his 'enate; * * r ver leaves Ins gubernatorial nation in Oregon and comcv to V\ ashingt-n ; Rollins returri.-to the Capital as a Senator having left it some years ago as Comm iran *oer of 'resident to hind Internal Revenue; Matthew*, the elo-pceified action out-side of quant and astute advocate of the rights his letter of acceptance and his inaugu- of successi; n to the Presidency cun-rat address. It is beyond all d-ubt furred by the people up ,n his friend, «hat while the President will be ripen will be here to stand by him to advice, his action."? will be dictated bv I vated position ; his own coheir!, I iou* Convictions. We I War, J D Came amin on VV ibium ll. Se wa i I and ll Fish V irginta furnished six of the Secretaries of State w ii h Ml#! uf twenty-four years of service New York supplied five wh > serre I twenty-eiglit years in ail, besides Mr Evarts. Massachusetts had four of the Secretaries with at) aggregate service of tweniy-f*mr years \ trgmia. New York and Massachusetts have supplied the Secretaries ol State lur seventy years. Roanoke Ile married a daughter VV irf. and one of the acts of his life ys an attempt to colonise Florida with German emigrants Smith was Ken tacky born. and was at the barrier fort* in China in 1856. and on the Congress when *he wa-sunk by the -Merrimac in Hampton roads He was McClellan * coadjutor in the melancholy peninsula of Yorktown—who forgets it ? VY Uke-was. m >on e resp*c's the rn st cele r.rafed of them all Ile was born in New York. ani wa- a nephew of John Wilkes, the English radical of the century Ile had a name before w jr of the reb- Ilion broke out. his arctic eip!<*r tir>ns in I "39-42 his contribution- to literature bai given him a world-wide fame taking of Mason and Slide!! from British mail steamer Trent in I"6l a splendid feat, which won the applau of the country, and. nece^Kan f v * * for mer d'«-ivowal of rhe Governs It broke (hi force of M a I rig time demanded to know whence obtained t hat delicious* meat you have so ol ten praised Come with me. I will show you African Eve than took Un hu view the r Lous- in band Ic pp sitton to her commands, but as with enehance the glories fountain and rh,* r,U a of •n t eat ar r wever for England not participate in an intrigue us in a view of our honorable . .' Je11 s n. ssion, h could again conduct in that case. The most egregious fame to which sea-mcn reach is narrow compared with njoyed under similar achier I heir lives, when element are u-uallv live ttd the pleasure I viewing the fish f port fully displaying t heir stiver sides in water she first *u-ttrta tied her lover w.tn the ti-,h cooked in several ways, nor was she neglectful lo satisfy his thirst with wine pf her a1 lure I hen, when her to be impatient at the de-!»g co other cause to po«r. obitiotj. she invmd him to* A ft nee of water cace, -r r i,*h mud. enclosed tho jofain, within whose ervstnl w the fi.-h. f{.r some time it gazed un the brilliant creatures with admiration ; then, seised \* ith a dtsiro to handle one of them and regard them re closely, he put hi- h l.1«t own luau uh the lover began arg lay. and hav and pone the ex) ring f’dh w her. His plastered ort the wondrousfm was Ic,.' U he » within nem. when •»*art h mo us tike re* that menu on bod on this not HALL HOUSE AT F. II \ LR, Albert Lea, Proiuiutor MES. JOHN STAGE’S MILLINERY STORE ALBERT LEA, MINN. predict that in tin* ei.d the hopes of the j people will not be disappointed, and that j the Gordiao-knot will be cut in a way satisfactory to the honest-thinking of ail ‘ parties. i 1 • I he settlement of the Southern “per-I pies ny I erat urn, which w Jl be j of country. It is not to be Wondered that j Ob East side Brosdwav. first door south of I    au*‘el>    ,s    •xHibtled that that I THE PEOPLE’S STORE. Repairing done to order, cheap and on short notice Gi™ him a call. S7tf    Albert    Lea,    Mina. «TS va I • liar Ii vt s. t il. MMM,LUN HAS REMOVED THE OLD th h How un Editor Shot a Bear. Before a restaurant in Park R^w In I *    j    |    there hangs a huge black bear, orna- 1 ils    e,e"    j    men ted with this inscription:    -This and    ex-*    ecrctary    of    bear was shot by Mr E A Buck. idiom. stej >    in and    fill*    tor and proprietor of Wilkes* Spirit of privacy an j retirement, and an Adu.ir a! a hundred miles ft nm the coast is as rare as a three-do Aer iu the same i -eality. They seem to graduate Horn the ocean directly n, > that othei life When the fiery fight is heard do more And the florin La? ceased to bl Ii.-re closely, ne put hts hard the water to suddenly the well burs^ forth, the earth opened, and saon an * n placed the plain \A it hit a few days the husband, re. turning from Uvinza. approached Ujiji, in . > i w to Iii.-* astonishment a large w^ •' r,e- •* plain und mary (owt*s >toi -I and he knew then that his wife ul reveal«i the secret of the mysteri-oun fountain, and that punishment had ‘aoen upon her and her neighbors because of her sin. MOW. C Amusing, ie place occupied for so many years by I the I'meu.** is distinguished father J^et .ls see to ' m” 63 t    —, said Mr Buck to the YYorid ...    !    reporter yesterdav,    k I made a "wud w ul Cf,u‘ • shot that’time. Newspaper By-Laws. I. Be brief I hi* is the telegraphs aud stenography. 2    Be pointed. Dun’t write x. PIONEER MEAT-MARKET i ^iiut extant You^hiu! viiror    -    — pen*.,, fc, A, I,,,. „f    ISS.*.5 ‘.Tud    "°"d *    «• and experience.    Alpua.    * shot him. It was in th# Adriondscks,    ^    ^tate facts, but don't stop to ^--- I nod the night before Christians. That    lij,!rii,iZe    It sa    drowsy subject Let I he present style of weather calls to was a big bear ”    f®*dgr    do    his    own    dreaming. ** Y VO.' Said the reporter, “ a very    4.    Escliew ad ’mf*#’ oilers noticed if he big bear.” jived iro the    month of    March, he lived    !    ** Yes,” said Mr. Buck, “ that'sabig    into cold    water. fro • year.    . bear, aud I made a good shot that time." “ Y es is regarded as the great desid- , a lore.ran.er 1.-‘he h*""11 ?f * •abl# b,#,h«r- * tile revival ol the prosperity of the M very I 4. Lscliew preface. Blunge at once into your subject, like a swimmer I    ll    have written a sentence But would you give me the t_hat *' u    p«rt*«olarlj fine, draw JERLOW ^ Albeit Le X AUY ESON, .minnesota. PEALEBS IN 1 J, J HATS & GAPS, CROCKERY & GLASS WARE, STONE * WOODENWARE, HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR A.IKT iiAiia, in ! Gents’ Cli lins from same made to order. Also Ladies' Switches, and all other work iti that line. TERECIA ANDERSON, | F ISHII)ABLE f LOA K"DH ESS-M AKER j Over \\ top & Spicer s Drug Store, | ALBERT LEV, -    -    .    Minn. WITH INCREASED FACILITIES FOR DOING BUSINESS, HE PROPOSES TO GIVE BETTER SATISFACTION I THAN EVER BEFORE. (ftgrCash paid for Hides, Tallow, &c., &c. TRY IX IM 2 » ti lenient hhou Id be speedily conium- * ,>er ^ht-ycar. dd. “ what pleasure do     .    .    . mated 8u ko«ui us older sh ill have ^°U    K*r*nS up during the Leu- J wtorj?    I    1    r    U*'    ^    u    \    p    i    chi.J is bean brought out ol eliait. tlure i* tvin ' ,en *ea*‘*° J” “ IV.II, nu. I s„rt, I I, j    I    was    in    a    lonely .rot : a O- •>•« <*ors« ut th* fatuity. .    .    *    i    sfaJ away I rom school,’ was the reolv ; 111 ^oresl* ull<^ ^ saW a uian coming 6. Condense Make sure that von reus, m to hope for a resumption of bust-    _    P    *'j with that bear after bim I qu.cklj really have sn ides. aid then re^rdU ours iii all its ramifications The new j    Aphorisms.    climbed up an apple and picked a trie in the shortest toss ibis National Administration will th.-u    ^',e ***** l^iat connect busintss men l^c branch and began to eat it ne re**! Ha ii® t be judged by its acts ■ A man with corns felt better after meeting a man With no feet. Ii you have too much rn uric in your so.e, souk the bottom of >uur shoes' I he be?t treatment for husbands who stay out late at night—Home paih-ie treatment No one can know the value cf a thres lobar chromo until he sec it printed for three cent* Bider Lard is preaching Tills, where his sermons rendered him very popular. Lock out for a man with short fingers. They show hasty judgment, and ne is as apt to bit you hands ID aireacy Louis- hivc as to shake entered fairly on its lour vemt"’ vovaire •    J    r    * and all true men will piny for its *>uc- cess. possible terms We --- ,    „    Al    want thoughts in their quint usee nee. with the public—advertising.    ; moment after the bear came up and - i\ Judicious advenient" always Lava l,ie “*an etching sight of me stepped j    y°™ "T* I* ^plet^d. lf J..ub.ve.p»dlh;„K,ad,„tfc.i| ,atbu,foul“t ibe>r«*»dgfowW. ) “ive,L °“    nl''«-‘en‘>»« t ie lf you haven’t, don’t.    I Mu,ck*y look my pocket out of ny cart- :    ____ j ridge, and putting my pistol in ii, made adjt-c- - Uh.npc cars I” I, W1JS, , b,.olbl«fc said to a I h I Ca go mao the other day when he had finished urn* of his bro-’ gans. The tramp is now looking for a good strong bank in which to keep his mort ey while he is away on his summer Iii no locality is tile affliction of unrest I more plainly shown than livre at the ruse. Never run di-wn your opponents goods in public. Ret him do his own advertising. r 11 r    *    .    .    —    ---- ---- I iuipluriiialy at me. .aid ’—    °    aUaoiute .Monitament that vUi'ars lo a !    - The bear said' ? Who ever beard 1 P""“nS: office Capital J he utixious inquiries for the j latest news from the White House!    i,fJ    true    °f    advertising    as    of    any- ! thing else iu this world—If it .SIMOES, SA RI MN ES, CONFECTION ERV, PJ7 obacoo A ml in f.-ic* ev•‘i vtIiincr tn*o.-illv kept in a country “tnr^. M ** iio^p consfantly on ban I .t first class variety of vollfiii 174ii I . -I. BALCH, H iving rented the fine shoji formerly i used by A. Brown, is now prepared to do •ill kinds of repairing, particularly in Hie j Again calls attention to his line of would seem to indicate that if the ex-1 a •    •    ----- MEAT MARKET , pectutions of tile Southern wing of the I    y^    well. is worth of a hear talking ?” com mono It costs the Government 8594.600 office sometimes dtspUy at the per annum to support our licht-houses* -.........I.,..    ...    .    .    J1    **Wh*1 18 tl'af and yet some will aaj tiut the crtse.^ *• Do you think I would tell a false ' C*    p    banding    up    in    that    is    altogether    light. hood V asked Mr. Buck    |    !    K,®140“,«t,uie# wked by an un- When Mr. Mood ** Never,’’ said the reporter. OD. JOHN Kl. MARTY, ii UVE YU!! WI) CIVIL EXGIXEER. ALBERT LEA, MINN. Wagons, Sleighs, j etc. Wood-work on plows, also painting Done to Order J Everything cheap and on short notice. Leave orders with Stacy Sc Trrer. For Sale. SIXTY At RES of good I M inii,g lands, >25 acres of which are iir.pr • d, in the town of Albert Lea. only four miles from the village, and bcauii.uily situated near the lake. Will be sold ciieap. an I on terms to suit purchaser. Gall on or address JOHN ANDERSON, Office over Wadge & Wulfsbtirg’a store. Give Him a Call. $16 per Acre ImprovedFarm WILLIAM TUNELL calls attention to his FINE MEAT MARKET, Where can be found at all times, choice cuts of Dc cf Bori•, Mutton, Sausage, §c, Also FISH. POULTRY, and WILD GAME in their season BROADWAY, near Armstrong’s Bank ALBERT LEA, -    -    _    MINN. It).., i i- *    «    ....    I    *    uu    can    t    eat    enough    in    one    \vp‘*L    to | Democracy be realiz’d, there will be a ' ]: HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE, in the village of Alb >rt Lea. A beautiful location, and a good aud convenient dwelling, wi.l be sold cheap. JOHN ANDERSON. ne bt"? tV d - ■ t W t;!fJ •*••’*• vt - f" Fine farm of IRO acres ; IOO ..cres now plowed italy for crop; tame meadow: living springs. Good fence around tile entire farm. Good house, stables, Xc. Post-oflice across tile road, with daily mail. School house IOO yards from the door”. Albert Lea in full view, 2A miles distant, whore everything that heart can wish is for sale, except whisky. WEDGE & HIBBS, Agents, Albert Lea, Miun. March 22, 1876. U» Albert Lea, Mmn.    ]tf S. M IL It. LANDS. j I liese valuable lands which remain un-j sold, in freeborn County, are still offered j at low prices, and on easy terms. ’ How is the Time to secure I    Them. Inquire of the undersigned, to who I also all moneys due the Trustees on Lun * Mortgages should be paid. No extensions of payments where taxes are not paid.    M.    CONANT, Agt. of Trustees, * Lacrosse. W is. Drag For Sale —A good second band drag for sale cheap. A Duly at ibis office. large defection in that quarter, and that the Northern Democrats will be left to manage their own political affairs in | ‘heir own way. The Democratic papers i here and iii this vicinity, see the danger of a disruption, which they are endeav-otiti" to prevent, by a system of •* bull-dosing those Southern leaders who will give approval, support, or syoipa thy, or who wiG ,n any way, directlv or indirectly, sustain the administration of President Hayes lite prediction that Congress at the extra session will merely pass an army appropriation fill aud then adj. urn can certainly have no foundation The Presidential controversy absorbed nearly the who.e of the last, session, which left so much needed legislation unperfected that it is to be hoped many important quest ions will be disposed of without further delay If it be the sentiment of the people’s Representatives that the Texas Facile Railroad should receive the aid of the government. procrastination in that case will certainly be unwise, ’ihe same may he said of many other objects of proposed Congressional action. Delay will work injury to the best interests of the country. last a whole year, and you can’t udver tise on that plan either A large advertisement once, and then discontinued, creates the that the man has fizzled. impression • rum which he used to steal ii    -    .    | G‘e called at the White | A clergyman was preparing Ii* dis- I to pv his rcsp.cts the other VVi.<.» I coarse fur Sunday, stopping oeewioi,»llj i he ipo|igi*a for file ini'rusKuJ .*» i > review what he (lad written ,.d    Pre.,den- u.orelv rr | sophiatic.ted    observer ; .„d the'neatest    wa,' 'bola 'and' ^L^nsfl    -" °° »jpn answers: - That is the Printi„..    the neonle th.,. h„ . t Sc,,t“eCW<*J’ The bear,    looking    imploringly at I    a'*V$ M°d H “P    Pa,etl >'»•» ^ith he u Jito ‘.te.l ZI me, said—”    I    I ens. •* Yes ” “The bear looking imploringly at me, said—” I understand," iaid the reporter. ‘ *'    "B‘V.    ”au,.    wr,lMa    *'    Uresident merelv replied "On ’ fi.h! V .    “Now, here” said Mr. Buck; *‘d# I ^,ase a winch he disapproved, when sticks.’” Injudicious advertising is like fishin" ( you think I’m falsifying >"    I    **“•    acc^lP<i    by    little    son,    who    ( Fifteen factnri«« I c i ,ere there a no fish. You need to let I - Uudoubt-I beg your pardon, by I    t»«    five    summer.: - Father. \ ,n d J “^"“2“ f »re »”* no mean.-," said    the    reporter    ' ' dT G'.,d,tel1    J°» *',•“• ‘o preach ? ” j    pll',sl»e oj, J „    ? “ *bcaP no“ •*- " Then thats where you make your! "rtainly my chilt, -Ihen what chiefly nine Mid the Mai'r” T «•" mistake." said .Mr Huck;    *•    I    ain    j    “ake* Joa“ratch it out I” • hare C. XX hen I saw that bear after the man,; c *.    --- I *.    ,    ’ he was drawing him on a sled So J I bend 111 >our odes 10 8Prir‘^    ‘    .    L*D    *ni®aL®    communicate ideas ? " I a?k8 aD Anglish writer. Come wheie mere s no fish. Y ou need to let the lines fall in the right place lf you can arouse curiosity by an ad-vertiseiuent, it is a great point gained. I he fair sex dun t hold ull the curiosity in the world I eople who advertise only ©nee in three months forget that most folks can t remember anythin" linger than six days. Diamond Pointed. Let patience have her perfect work and bring forth her celestial fruits God Washes tile eyes by tears until ♦I ey can behold the invisible land where tears shall come un more. A lookingglass is kinder to us than a WI ne." lass, because it reveals our defects to ourselves only, while the latter reveals ?Lout to our friends. Ihe church yard is the market place where all tilings are fated al their true value, and .hose who approach it talk «d the world and its vanities with a wis-dom ut.known before I he Lord takes up none btu the forsaken; makes none healthy butthesick; gives siuht to none but the blind; makes none live but the dead ; sanctifies none hut sinners; and to all these he is precis? — Tether. took out my pocket-book and shot him that way Simplest thing in the world you see." And Mr. Buck pleasantly bowed the reporter out An ember from which the spark has fled— an old maid. tis    -    "fuss .0 web ...5    'i™7.7:c*nr:™    iJU'iVlUUv    'i.11    L.e,    p,—w    ,o bite is going to learn a four-handed ...... ,    Vanderbilt    burs    hare handed piece on the piano. VY hat shall you do with your "irk?” | unanimously resolved to standby th# j old testament She was telling a female friend hot I Teach them to male bread and wash vt r ^ tJI,nP a female friend how .be ! di-h». »»d ».»ke bcd quilts, and -cw T'    r    d    b« , bltlons on old pantaloons and then    d    ta,d    '" h? >f Jon hoard ’em A lady much given to tattle said she never told anything except to two kinds j b’,rtons on old pantaloons, and then see TK .    •    1,1'    -    7— - of people —those who asked her, and j    wow'i    grow    fat    and    make good j ,    . .UJ*    were those who didn’t.    ;    w*ves.    | love-stck girl who had married hi h’    acn!adie9    kl-w5;g    ?,ch    0thcr    a*    *    "ihcn ? man dies his f,iends ■d^r.    I    a fie^ I Ii e fir steunj u aT t Iff ^ ^“k 111^1 emblem    o.    Christ,an,ty ?    because    they    j    cs# Ins virtues (whether he ever hid    |    prodigal,” exclaimed    the lathed hI are doing unto each other as they would I any or no,) on hts tombstone ; but    e .It has returned.” many a man *• busts ” and goes down to    •* il k., a    » his grave unhonored and unsun" onlv    wi ii , r ’I°U 5**    pU13t ? usked * because he wasn’t woll advertised whil^    !    same reae^i ti It !    ‘r •' F°r ,h* It vin".    a”'e "JSon tfiat you use rosin, paps ” TI • U    S ,-s . .    r flows tut r« •• »M,y to help me I ne rich men who dido f learn trades    I    draw my bean." men should do liuto ilium. “ Bless you ” said J.*hn Henry, w ith tears in his eye#, *l she takes her own off so easy that perhaps she doesn’t know it hurts to have mine pulled out " An Englishman lately imprisoned for benting his wife said, as he was locked up, “ I ve one comfort, anyhow, and that is that I am not sent to jail for do- ing a m* >n tb*n ten years ago because their fatliers were “ independent” arc nowtin New ViirJt sitting on basswood shovels and waiting for a snow-bank to draw on —Arew Y rh Clr phi;. A few minutes before being shot the Mormon Lee was requested by a photographer to •• please assume a pleasant look. This world is prone to ask a a ti ;

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