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Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard (Newspaper) - April 19, 1877, Albert Lea, Minnesota —Kg^3gae—B»aiUii« Hie?■’’ TUE mum    mmmmm V CB Ll SU EU EVERY THURSUA*. Tira**’, Tor lear, In Adv.nee, *2 00 EXTR* OF ADVRHTISIK Temperance—By Mercy and Kindness. The following from lh© Indianola (Iowa) Herald has so many well expressed, common sense remarks on thq temperance question that we publish the same and commend it to our read ers I I w. I 2 w I 4 w I H rn inch! 1.00, 1.50' inch| 1.75; ‘2.50 inch| 2.5‘)I 3.;> > inch! 5.251 4.501 inch; 4.001 5.501 0 in J v VOLUME 17. ALBERT LEA, MINNESOTA, THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 1S77. NUMBER IO 6. OO j 10.00 8.50 13.50 •2 50 4.50 3.50 ti. OO I 5 OO 7.0 ) 0.00 16.50 5.50; IO O )' 10.00120 OO tmhotographs. O.V5! 12 O’) 18.00 25.00 5.25* 7.00 I 4.00 22.00 30.00 co1 i 4 o ).    ,    , col i 0.5')' 8.5 ) 12.00 2 2.00 30.00 »0.00 ! col 110.0 J113.00 18.00 30.00 50 OO U0.OO I I et* ll KAI. KST ATE AGENCY. OFFICERS OF FREEBORN COUNTY CoiSTT Cl) M MIS* ION KUS : .Tame* Thort1 son. W. W. Johnson. J. M.!cr. Win N. Cl07.1 ce. Ole Hanson. * Treasurer—Charles Kittelson. Auditor—-S. BatchclOer Register of Deeds—Angust I’etorson. County Attorney—John A. I.ovcl}’. Sheriff—T. J. Sheehan. Deputy Sheriff--Jacob Larson. Clerk of Court—A. W. White. Brobate Judge— Gilbert Gulbrandson. School Supepontendent ll. rnurston. County Sup. ne von — Wm. Cl. Keller. CoRONER—J- Froshaug. Court C'om.missioskr—IL IL Spicer. S. S. EDWARDS PHO TO GRAP HEB Broadway, opposite T*o«toffice, WE liar® for Bale, lands and farms in every town in this county. TERMS to suit everybody. LOW' prices, long time, and a low rate of interest. IF you des5re to buy a farm, call on us. ALBERT LEA MINN. Hankers. IT. D. Brows. P. r.. F. TTisbs. XIESTTXSTB.Y, K. D. BROWN & CO/8 IF you have a farm or lands to sell, call OU us. OUR facilities for buying and selling lands, examining and perfecting titles, arc an equal od, as we have Alife TRAC IS, TRANSFERS, and PLATS of every piece of land in this county. Macy # Ty rev j Albert Lea, Mi nu. April 25, 1876. Hoots rn#rf Shoes. DR. A. IL STREET, THOMPSON A TILTON Have just opened a new 'Iii ii Ii! mn Boot & Shoe Shop. WILL CONSTANTLY KEEP ON HAND A FULL LINE OF ALBERT LEA, MINNESOTA OFFICE. OYER THE DRUG STORE, South of Post Office, Albert Lea. Minnesota. A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED. Gusto m IVC ado Goods, all of which will be sold cheap. LADIES’AND GENTS’ FINE GOODS A S PEC IA LT Y. G OO I) FI TS G U A R -ANTED, AND ALL WORK ■T—-KBWM HIRAM JENKINS’ MISTAKE. Hiram J en ii us drove slowly up the hill road that led to the firm house of Doacon Hates. It was plain even to the casual observer that the errand lie | was bound upon was of no common importance. No man would have arrayed I himself so gorgeously, simply for the ! purchase of a tub of fail butter or a yoke | of steers. His hair was in a state of ! distressing smoothness, and seemed almost a part of the glossy hat which covered it. His coat and pantaloons were marvels in their way, and his boots, which had been elaborately blacked, reflected back the rays of the setting sun in a manner perfectly blinding to the beholder. And yet, notwithstandipg~bia superiorities in all these respects to the Ellies of the field, there was apparent in his actions a sin gular sort of nervousness, a trepidation almost, which rendered his appearance at once ridiculous and awkward. This trepidation was in no wise lessened by the sudden vision of a red-headed urchin watching him from the barn j door, and who, as the team approached,1 with an ever-widening giin sped oft in the direction of the farm house, and I J    j disappeared through the kitchen d^ >r Hiiam was conscious a minute afterwards of being the target of half a i dozen pairs of eyes from the sitting ; j room windows, and it required extra r-| ditiary strength of mind on his part to i j drive past the house to the flied where I the hordes of all the visitors were hitch, d There are few more awkward He could not however help seeing EL the magic charm by virtue of which nuth&n Rogers pass peppermint lozenges | Mrs. Hiram Jenkins wields the house- to Jenny, and also write something on I the blank leaf of her singing book, j which she read aud answered. “ Of course he ll go home with her to-night/' thought Hiram. “ It’!l be I the first time I ve missed it for a year. j He’s welcome, though ” “ AH the intermission he kept his seat, arid pretended to be looking for some tune in his singing book that re- j fused to be found. Jenny did not look a* him. The doxology closed tho school ai last, and there wus a grand bustling about the door, and an eager pushing among the young men to make sure of their favorites Hiram was trying to make his way through the crowd, when he found himself at the elbow of Jenny Rates, and at the same moment the hold sceptre. FOUR *NI> SEVENTY-FOUR. Slang in The Domestic Circle. Say, pa,” *aid an up Own boy one Lowly, beside the old nrm-ehair, Childhood and old age bowing there With folded hands, at evening prayer. Four and feeventy-four. day, as he came home late .’rem being * kept in at school, threw down his hooks I pinched the cat till he made her howl, and then sidled into his seat at the dinner table, •*wasn’t Renedect Arnold “Ton may have on every other page in o?t statutes a temperance law,, and without the aid of that moral power which lies at the base of all g»)od government, the law is powerless and of no effect ; hence temperance revivals we want in every '‘itJ, billage and town, and not party stare conventions! ‘whereases and ‘resolutions/ VI hen ministers of the Hoppe! want a revival “in” and ‘ out” of the church, they don’t ask the republican or democratic party to aid. them in the proposed revival, and threaten what they will do if Soft flaxen curls, and locks of gny, Mingling together as they pray— “Give us our daily bread this da}." Four and Seventy four. r^Ia\9l*JL; .    *»*    r .    these party    leaders don’t    come to    their “ A what, my eon .    wan] the pater- ■    .    f A    .    •    •    i_____ n'    b„,    they    ret    down    on    their    koew rial relative, laying down hts knife and j ^ earn J/petitlon the Throne of : Grace for help and power with which Four’s a roYc.bud, fair and sweet. White dimpled hands together meet, Clasped rev’renily at Jesus feet. Our rose-bud, Four. No threads of gray in the flaxen hair ; No shades of sorrow,—no lines of care, Blit budding beauty every where-Our precious Four. Weary Se' ciity-four. Rut seventy-four ’§ a withered rose, ,    .. ,    ..    ...    ..    I.    ____I Life s morn and noon-Gde a. its close, hatefu mice of h nathan lingers was ... ...    ____ iiaiciui . iv® *    ft    .    W    ailing    the    evening    s    blest    repose heard iii the words : *• Shill I s/e you home to-night,Miss Rates ? ” “ No, sir,” was the prompt answer. “ I shall walk home alone ” Hiram was totally unprepared for this. “ Perhaps it s one of her fits.” he said *x> himself. 44 The deacon said she had ’em ; that nobody knew but him- ; The once fair fare is lined with care ; Sorrow's wand hath touched it, her# and there,    [hair And left white threads in the nut brown Of worn-out Seventy-four' It mattereth not whether young or old, The goo I Shepard lovingly fr rn the cold, Gat beret h the stray Iambs of bis fold. Four and Seventy four. OH. DE M. CRA?*MLL, 33 E NTIS JC*. WAH. haivtte x> and things to do than to get out and in a IL D. BROWS & CO. BANKERS. Office over Wedge & W ulfslierg s stoic, troad'vav, Albert Lea. Repairing done on - hort notice, everything according to contract. GIVE THEM A CALL. Broadway, one door north of the Mobber Tif House, Albert Lea Minn. carriage when women are watching, and although Hiram had probably never* thought of the fact before, he fully ex- I per ic need its truths, as en Joavoricg to self. I’m glad she mildened him, though.” The word mitten reminded him that he had left both Ii is on the seat in the school room, and he stepped back J»*it j as the candles were being put out. 44 Here.-Jenny Rates’hinging book,” j he heard one boy say to another. “IS he J went off in such a hurry to-night that United let them bow at evm : Bid sHfin clouds from their driven. hearts be And blessings from God’* throne in He aren. On Four and Sevent v-four. fork with surprise. “Why, a crooked hair pin. you know; a shark, a sort of fraud generally ?” 44 He was a traitor to his country my son; but whereon earth did you learn such language ?” ‘ Oh ! pull down your v^st, now, father. and d >n’t get on yonr about it. I’ll take some of that roast beef please.” “ Why, Willie.” interposed hi* mother. “ I’m surpri.icd at you—” ‘•Oh. I’m solid, I am,” broke in the youngster. ‘ Nothing mean about Ute. Pony up that beef, now, old man, or there’ll be a tin roof or two around this house.” The 4to;d man” didn’t stop to reply He came down on the youngster like an Alpine glacier, and in another minute that irreverent boy was dancing a juts seal around the apartment, with his hands clasping the bast u. lit of hi* [ antal ons in a vice-like grip, and bis infantile throat emitting more yells to the minute than there are empty bot-J ties in the rear of the Lonbiana state house. Little Things. serpent 3 tang is a little •prmg genteelly from tho buggy, his REFERENCES: M9hysirsans. M. M. BD33E, M. D, l*t Nut. Bank. Austin. 1*1 Nat. Bank, St. Paul. Sd feat. Bauk. Chicago. 4:h Nat. Bank, New York. 3t: 55 <£ liii HIE Fll!Bll!l\ Cill UY MSL 3ST3ED-W* Boot & Shoe Store. I Tho*. II. A Ii UNT It ONG. Banker. O. U\ TV. Nelson Os’&ee aud Resid nee Office. un Si a im over the Post ALBERT LEN. _ _ _ - - MINN. ALBERT LEA. MINN. Rave jubt received and will keep in stock the largest assortment of I) C How Ittiid M, !> ECLECTIC PHYSICIAN AHD SURGEON TAIN LAKE CITY, MINN., Will treat *11 disease.* to winch mankind is 8 uh ject, o tho lies I of in.- abiiitj. Iii. Rowland has made a specialty of d Leases of Women and Children, an i chronic disease-af long Mantling. By long experience an ! strict attention to his procession, 'ne ii confident of treating a)' curable diseases with Ob stet nevi cases treated with insult ionut tree. lo •Hit attery. WELL TRUDIE!) HITS Boots &. Shoes of all kinds To be found in town. CUSTOM RADE WORK. FOH ONE DOLLAR success care an success. AT Four or five workmen will be constantly employed.and orders for New Goods or for Repairs will Le filled, cheap and on the shortest notice Broadway west side. Albert Lea, Minn. 8tf    GIVE    THEM    A    CALL. jhaivyers & fjanrf •Sheafs. Jons A. Govt.i.Y.    J    -    II.    Paukek LOVELY & PARKER, ATTOHNHYS At LAVY, lairs I MRS. JOHN STAGE’S MILLINERY STORE ALBERT LEA, MINH- OXjHI TAlNTGr, Maker and Repairer of f lot tdippi d on the wheel, an I he cane down on his band* and knees in the dirt. II>s remarks a* he scrambled t<> ! his feet were confined to one word, but I that, though short, was the most ex- j presaive one of the ling sh language. • UH have to go round lo the barn . I ump and wa*h my hand* before I can ti    <•* go in.’ he said to himself, 4* I >up-pu->c thty an* having their fun out of in*' in the h< use now. Confound it! I wish I hadn’t started I ” As lie parsed the d or of the hone-barn, which was partly < pen. be heard the sound of voice* Ile listened, and his heart -auk as he rec gnized the tones of his rival, Ii nathan Rogers. “ I want her bad,” fie was saying 14 She just suit* me You can’t always have her, you know, an i \ou’d better j call the thing setth J.” •• I don't know about that,” answered the deacon doubtfully. “ I’ve alwavs I said come what w; uii. I wouldn’t part I with Jenny. Rut you hang on so, I ; don’t kn >w—” argaln, deacon. I ce g*»od while, and J*m- she forgot it ” 4‘ Give it to mc,” sai I Hiram, who remembered what had taken place that evening, and with eauer 1©< oat the written in*-sages passed between Jenny and • k sought that had his rival w re as follows it fell vour father he cheated roe when I bought old Jenny. her name she must be go mottling, but Cue kicks an 11 mea wor-e than he ever t wish now I had spoken for in the hou*e instead of the barn.” * answer: s the horse As for the u mention. I thought good for I bites ten )ld me. I the Jenny one in the is as good as you cho* .-mg between you won i be abit ti ar You an ever g have got the et from my Boots & Shoes. her we; Office in Hewitt’s Block, up ALBERT LEA, -    - door. MIN K O. STACY.    ^    ^L    I    VRTB. STACY & TYRER, ttorneysat Law, Notaries Public, Real Estate aud Collecting Agents. CONNEY VNCiNG all kind* adcuiately done, acknowledgment* taken oaths administered, -Sec. Taxes paid. Titles investigated, Lands bought and s*'l 1. Particular attention paid to collection. Corner Clark and Newton 8ta HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR HUMADT HAIR, and Gents’ Chains from same made to order. Uso Ladies’ Switches, and all other work in that line. Shop on Clark street, north and opp* site of Wedge & Spicer’s Drug store. “ feay it s a b th Might it over a ny I must have you may he sure The deacon he and finally sai l : ** She s got s inc little trick - that nobody knows anything ab »ut but mc, want to imp se upon a I II treat f that ” Stated. 11 :ew his n And ti “I gue d serve, the two y to (Ie th a1 aly Jenny father ’ A light broke in upon Hiram “ Well, of all the infernal f«»ol» I ever heard of, I am the biggest ! A dog would have had more sense. Its not too late now. thank heaven ” The departing cr iwd stared as Hiram with the singing b k in his h od. rushed down ti.*- stairs, two at a time, and up the road which led to Deacon R ites’. If he was not too late he was irSy so for Jenny was jij*t opening ? gate of the Dont yard A serpent 3 lung la a little thin but death is ira victory. A baby is a wee little thing, but constable was once a baby. A bp d >g ia a little thing, but he a very silly thing besides A erose word is a lit*ie thing, but is whac stired up the elephant. The tongue is a little thing, but fills the universe with trouble. A star is a tittie thing, but it can hold th:* great w..rld in its arms. An egg is a little thing, but the huge cr e*>di’e creeps into life out of it. A burnet’# sting R a Erie thing, hut it send# the schoolboy home howling. An orange peel on the sidewalk is a little thing, but it bas upset many a giant. a very little thing, but it f God in the hands Time Well Spent —It is a grave error and an ungrateful deed to swab I iw we!! cooked, palatable ffMjd at such a pace as to prevent your getting the fall amvint'f pleasure out of the act of rating, and which renders you indifferent to your cook’s skill. There are some supremely virtuous beings who c* od''mn epicurism as something ible, and a- likely to Rad to liturgy larceny and other crime- ; I a ala they often confound Terril and di.-criminati *n in feeding to persuade men to quit their evil way* and come and enroll their cames on the white parchment. ^ hen this ia. done and effectually done, temperance laws will be enforced, and every vio-Ja*er cf the law will feel its full fore# and power. This is one way to bring nb jut a reform Rut t/.erg if another matter we will refer to while ?n t&is j temperance question. ‘ There are temperance leaders and agitators in nearly all commonitief (there are some honorable exceptions whom we could name in our town),who, i arc fearfully dish faced, n.arrow between i the eyes and hooked nose. and look aa though they had been feeding on worm? wood and gall all their lives. These is j none of the miTk of human kindness in their nature, and their countenances are aa s'earn as the bigots who left the Old World to establish a religion of their own kind in the New World. These I fellows are always on hand and take. the lead as a general tinner, in the temperance meetings in towns a:.d villages,, and when tney arise to say thc.r ptoO^f (and they are generally said with a nasal twang the cold chills go chasing up awd down one s back. They deal principally in invectives and whtlctaio denoonciations of every one who Slea or sells indicating liquors, and class them with hor.-e thieves and murdering look upon a man who h I A kiss i betrayed the of his enemy A word is W( ne bu fin with glut? avtid th:*, indifferent ful regard and drink, •'•h multi • !vi»s t w til to ny, Lee 5rid set u, to Ae I 'n their desir< ;h example t of pt a 9> nri ■i F n tie thing. de r I h^.- been many man’; goud or for evil. A spark is a little thing, but light tfie poor man’s pipe world to burning. The acurn ii a little thing, but but one tiny, fur can or eel the Hums he a. th reg! rn* must Iii as you I Nature to heal more j tas’c’th rn- a hat an I how they cat retending t* be ah* vc me c. moderations, bring i'Mo a chromic state c* iL-ich it takes years of str recover from. No; y iger over the taste niger *.ver the sine; demands of you th th. and there can inful an th )f your ft* of a fl w s concpf-i be not!*!; e era    «—    ~t drink* to excess with but little more charity than he who sells him the poi-«> n ss a beverage. Tb< ?e who don t • chioie in ” and assi-t them in the way they think is best to bring about temperance reform arc* denounced with a sardonic scowl on their faces, as ‘ whisky sympathisers.” and make this a [retext to cut their acquaintance in the p<>cial circle. This “picture may be overdrawn for some c* mn.unities* but it fit- here like an old fashioned dove-tailed juiut. The same line of policy—or whatever you have a mind to call it—par-ued by ministers of the in their revival meetings, world go>p I Fountains of Mercy, and in indulging the set sense of smell. J. I r. ►ala he "curbed. the -r-    ♦"* leaden And 3 talkers learn that temperance an’, is a the Ii* bi bear and I tk that springs fr ti he exclaimed, nan’- Alhert hen HEMAN BLACKMER, IL. -^7^7" XOS XL I, A IV I) FOR SA I * K 2 i LAURI LoA, -    -    - M INN. Millinery spring OPENING! FIRST-CLASS WORKMEN are em ploy cd. Repairing done to order, cheap find on short notice. GDe him a call. 37tf    Albert    Lea,    Minn. JOHN ANDERSON, ATTORN ll Y A l L A AA’ SATURDAY. ABRIL 21. 1877. ami NOTARY Pl HI.It Office over Wedge & Spicer’s Drug Store, ALBERT LEA. MINN. S3 Of Cl S. HALL HOUSE MKS. C. S. WAKEEN • fleat # Harkets. A ll. HILLEN HAS REMOVED TUE OLD PIONEER MEAT-MARKETi and I don’t neighbor.” 44 Oh, pshaw ! that’s only an excuse, deacon. I’m willing to ri-k if.” 44 ^he kicked me in the stomach la-1 j w inter, and hit little Sammy not rnore’n j six weeks ago. I can show you the I scar now.” 44 Great King! ” thought Hiram,; 4< and here I was going to pop the ques-tion this very night. Whoever would I have thought it ! ” 44 III take that out of lier.” sai I Kl- na'.hnn, continuing th Hnving just returned from Chicago with a large Stork of MILLINERY, NOTIONS, and FANCY GOODS of all kinds, will have them on DISPLAY at the above date, and invites all to On East side Broadway, fir«t door ?outh of THE PEOPLE'S STORE. F. HA LL, Proprietor. Albert Lea, - ■ Minn CALL A1TD EXAMINE !! HER STOCK. MRS. F. M. POULSON XVill open on the 20TH GF APRIL, a new, f ill, and carefully selected stock of JE It LOW    NARVESON, Albert Lea, Minnesota. DEALKUS IN MILLINERY ! WITH INCREASED FACILITIES FOR DOING BUSINESS. HE PROPOSES TO GIVE conversation. I i 4 If she so much as 'Hrs her foot against ! I me I II give her a lickin’ that’ll last r month.” 44 Lick! ” ejaculated Hiram to him-; ! self, astonished beyond uiea«are “Lick Jenny Hates !    \\ ell, that coe* ahead i I of anything I ever heard of. And the old man doesn’t say a tv ird ! What ' next ? ” A pause ensued, which was at last broken by the deacon : •4 Well, if you must have her, you ‘ 4- Stop. Jenny ing fur breath 44 Hen's vour singing b-T k. You left it on the seat. I tried to overtake you ” 4* You needn t have taken the trouble. Mr. Jenkins; I guess no one would have stolen it,” said Jenny, with a great disp'ay of dignity, and making fehow of going intu the house. “ Don’t Jenny ! Wait—wait just a minute. I know I’ve acted like a fool: but just let me explain.” •Jenny hesitated a moment, made another start toward the door, then turn d and went back to the gate. where the discomfited Hiram stood waiting, 4‘ Well.” she said in as freezing a tone as she could commadd. *4 Now don’t look and talk that way. Jenny Hates. You know I never would have acted at* I have if I hadn’t thought I had good reason for it I thought you were going to marry Kina-than Rogers ” “ What business had you to think any such thing’ asked Jenny, firing up. 44 A pretty explanation that is ! ” she turned away from the 5 family (ive in the hi it. A minute is a little thing, but it is long enough to f ull a dozen aching teeth, or to get mairied and have your own mother-in-law. Life is made up of little thing*. Life itself is but a little thing ; one I* »s then comes the funeral. and Cheese —I nto a baking-d.-h put fonr or ave spoonfuls of milk thickened with fl*>ur ; break into it six twin-*later or hand-maid to religion.nnd that hr,vt—and we nre almost ready to on -is the    power or eight yolk?; sp grated chc< salt; bake without breaking th* kle over the whole and a little pepper in an and ▼en without allowing the volks to harden. Serve very hot breath a . t The First Dollar. Many years ago a gentleman from the town of Methuen, Mass , while on a visit to a prominent mer- bant in Hos-n. was asked by the merchant if he knew a boy in Methuen whom he could recommend to work in his store. At fir.-t the gentleman could think of none, I >r be knew cone bat a faithful, honest boy would suit the thrifty merchant At length, however, he called to mind .a boy of excellent character in his neighborhood, but feared he would hardly do, as his parents were very poor, and he had no education cr other advantages to fit him for such a position. Rut the description of the boy's habits pleased the merchant so much that he handed the gentleman $1 with which to pay the bov s fare to Bouton by the Woman's fondness for Snery Is of no recent d itc. In fact Eve’s very existence wa? centered in a ribbnne. Somebody asserts that a blue glass chimney on a parlor lamp will bring a young man up to the point of proposing to a cross-eytsjj maiden, with sture-teeth. in three Sunday evenings.” In a sermon recently, Air. Moody If y.»u can’t be a lighthouse, be •aid a can We have heard of young .Ll prefer to be half ot a stage, and requested nim to send th< ladies who waul! match. A Catskill woman recently knocked down ^even robbers, one after anoter lier has’ md watched her from the top of the stairs, and felt so brimful of fight that he cou’dn’t cool off until he jerked hi- eight year-old son out of bed and whaled him soundly for not getting up arui helping his mother. *    i Good Deacon B having, *9 some and again BETTER SATISFACTION! TUAN EVER BEFORE. jje^rCftsh paid for Hides, Tallow. &c., kc. must. I expect the old Indy’il want I ^ 0 She do. TRY HIM 2 fur the Spring Trade. On Broadway, one door eolith of The HATS & CAPS, (’ROCKERY & GLASS-WARE. STONE & WOODENWARE. GROCERIES, SPICES, SARDINES, CONFECTIONERY, People’s Store/’ DRESS M AKING will be carried on in connection with tile business. CUTTING and FITTING by the improved tailor system. BRAID and EMBROIDERY STAMPING done to order* 3 APPRENTICE GIRLS WANTED. GUR WORK WILL BE OUR RECOMMEND. CALL AND SEE US. lotf MEAT MARKET WILLIAM TUNELL Again calls attention to his FINE MEAT MARKET, Where can be found at all times, choice cuts of Tobacco, And in fact everything usually kept in a country store. We keep’constantly on hand a first class variety of NEW GOODS! CIG-AR.S, vol! On I. litf A stock of NEW GOODS just received at 31ISS RICHARDS’ Beef Pork, Mutton, Sausage, fy(\ Also FISH, POULTRY, and WILD GAME in their season. BROADWAY, near Armstrong’s Bank-ALBERT LEA, -    -    -    MINN. JOHN M. MARTY, a! UVE YUII AM) CIVIL ENGINEER ALBERT LEA, MINN. I Millinery Store Leave orders with Staev Tyrer. SEED WHEAT. I have a limbed quantity of fine seed from a new and unequaled variety of Ranch Wheat, put up in It lh. sacks which will be Sent prepaid on receipt SI. The wheat is superior to the favorite Clawson variety, has a strong straw, an*! grands up well when growing. This seed is the product of experiments last year, from which the yield was at the rate of 87 bushels cf wheat to one bushel of seed. H. TK SMITH. 7rn3    754 13th Si Washington They will h« sold at LOWER FIGURES than at any other place in town. 15tf TERESIA ANDERSON, %■ ii Over We dp & Sp icer s Drug Store, ALBERT LEA, -    Minn. Blanks needed for town officers use. in carrying out the new grassbop- j per law. for :alc at this office. S. M R. R. LANDS. These valuable lands which remain unsold, in Freeborn County, are still offered at low prices, r/nd on easy terms. Now is the Time to secure Them. Inquire of the undersigned, to who also all moneys due the Trustees on Lan Mortgages should be paid. No extensions of payments tchert tares ars not paid.    M. CONANT, Agt. of Trustees, Lacrosse, Wi s. CASH FOR STOCK-CATTLE. The Farmers of Freeborn county, who have stock-stecrs, or any kind of cattle to cli, will find a purchaser by calling at the beat market of    W    '*•    7    I    NELL, otf    Albert    Lea,    Mina somethin" to ?ay about it, though, thinks as much of Jenny as I Won’t you come into the honse ? ” 44 Not now I’ve got t i go down to tho village before dark. ITI be round some time to-m irrovv.” Hiram Jenkins waited until he saw ; his successful rival climb the fence be-j tween the two farms. Then he delib-j erutely unhitched his wagon and drove I off, never casting a I >ok toward the window where the fair Jenny sat in j watchful expectation. Not until he reached his own door did he draw a I long breath “ It seems just like a dream,” said he , to himself, as he slowly unbuckled tho : harness. 4i To think of Jenny Hates kicking her own father an i biting her own little brother, arid she looking as though butter wouldn’t melt in her mouth ! It is just as mean, though, in the deacon to lick as Tis for her to kick. The old hypocrite! Well, I must say I’m mighty deceived in them Bateses. I s’pose Jonathan lingers feels cranky enough now tte’s got her I just hope she'I! kick his head off Lucky for me I overheard what I did ” Notwithstanding this self-gratulatioii Hiram felt all the pangs of disappointment and jealousy. Ile had not only lost his ‘J girl,” but he had been cut out in the most mortifying manner by a man he held in thorough contempt. He felt that even with what ho now knew of Jenny’s faults, if he could gain her hand he would carry her off in spite of his rival, or the deacon either. A week passed by, and Jenny was never out of Iiiram’s thoughts. One (J day he went to the village, and while there, standing in front of the postoffice, Elnathan drove by with the deacon’s mare. 44 I s’pose now he’s got Jenny, he thinks he’s got a right to the whole property,” muttered Hiram. 44 I wi>h to gracious the marc would put her feet through the dash board ! ” That night the singing school met at the Academy. Hiram came late. He 11 Stop ! Let me tell you Can’t you listen a minute ?” said Hiram iii desperation . He felt there was no other way than to make a clean breast of it, and plunged into his work at once. Word for word he related the conversation he had heard in the horse barn, and the effect it had upon him. He was deeply in earnest, and in closing humbly appealed for forgiveness. Ile saw , lad to the city, and if on a personal in-! terview all should not prove saiiafacto-| ry, he would pay his fare back home I again. The man as requested, visited ' tile boy's parents, and, stating the mer-f chant’? proposal, advised them to send the boy for trial. He then gave him : the 81 with which to pay his fare to j Boston and departed. Under similar cases ninety nine out of every hundred would have said : *4 Now for a good time ; I never saw a city and never rode in a stage. Oh, there will be such a long ride, and here is rnone} sent to pay my fare.” Not so with this boy Putting the money of his friends thought, shown too little interest in the public affairs of the day. ; was charged by a brother with being I “on the fence.” ‘‘Yes, I am on the i I fence,” was the reply, ‘-and there I pro j pose to remain as long as it’s so con-i founded muddy on both sides ” The noble chief of the Penobscot In-( dians was found under the New York gas light the other evening, bathed in I tears, on account of the bass-wood I sqoaw whom he was trying to persuade i to abandon the cigar business and dwell say Lov« which moves conscience and reason to act, the better it will be tor the cause of temperance everywhere. When attending temperance gatlicrfngf of any, kind, big or little, leave jour invectives behind you. Be broad and liberal and generous, and show lo the erring one that your heart and soul goes out to him. If he is a whisky dealer treat him kindly, and reason with him. Be-* member the Scriptural injunction of heaping coals of fire—returning p*>cd for evil If all these fail /uh the violator of the law, then let the rigors of offended justice he meted out to him. the same that it is with him who dies without hope. Justice is represented with her eyes bandaged aud holding the scales evenly balance*!. An “evenly balanced ” determination to deal justly and mercifuly with mankind in general will work the cure of intemperance in our land, throng the churches of all denominations, and in a great measure cleanse all parties of corruption, aud give to our country a broader and higher standard of workers in the cause which elevates mankind and scatter*! the principles of love and charity broadcast over the land.” Brilliant Paint—The following makes a beautiful, brilliant and durable ccating or paint for ceilling* :—* Take two pounds of Paris white, one ounce of glue; disolve the glue in warm water; mix the white with warm water, and apply it only with a brush. in the secluded fores*s ut her tremble and put her has da to her , Wltn y ■    .    .    >    i    » • face. Poor pirl, she pitied him ! His carefully in hi* pocket lie raid to him- self:    **    This    is    tho first dollar I ever had ; how I wish I could save it. It is only twenty-five miles to Boston I tan heart rose, and his hand was upon the gate to open it, when a peal of laugh- j ter, louder and longer from being so j long pent up. rang out upon the ni"ht j air, almost startling Hiram out of his j hoots and waking the deacon and his wife from s sound sleep in the upper front bedroom Up went the window, and a night-capped head was thrust out, with a demand as to what was the matter. Still Jenny laughed, while Hiram stood silent by the gate angry and ashamed. not knowing whether to advance or go back. At last Jenny found her voice 44 Go home. Hiram Jenkins.” she walk there in a day my dollar. ITI do it end save His mother patched up his clothes as ; well as she could, and early next Horning the little fellow parted with his parents at the door of the humble horn aud set out on his long tramp to the | great city, which he reached, tired and dusty, a little before sunset Ile soon found the Bicrchrot, who sternly asked j 44 Where have you been all day? ; The stage came in hours ago.” The b >v thought he had displeased with him Maine. The new secretary of the navy, having been informed there were buoys belonging to his department in New York harbor, immediately issued an order commanding them to report lo their ships without delay. “Discipline is discipline,” say? The old salt, * if I have to skin everybody iii the navy.” J    *    • John Henry, reading to his wife from a newspaper :    *4    ‘There is not a . single woman in the House ofCorrec-! tion ’ There, you see, don’t yod, what ! wicked creatures wives are? Every woman in that jail is married ”    * It is curious,” sh J said; “but don’t you think. John Ink Stains in Carpets—I have removed the very worst ink stains from carpets of very delieate col. r* by rubbing them with skim milk, and when they are almost effaced washing them with a cloth wrung out in boiling water without soap. Then cover the place with a dry cloth and let it remain co for a dav. To Make Paste.—Take half, or two-thirds of a taMesmmn^il of starch/ pour on it a little boiling water, let i» stand a minute, add more water, ami ^ more water, am cook it until it is thick eniugh to s‘arch a shirt bosom. It spreads smooth, sucks well, and never will mould or di*-color a paper. dear, that some of them go there for relief ? ’ ,    ,    the merchant at the outset, and with aul;    -    say    >"<*'    »»d    po    to    |    downca3t    head    and lre!I1ulou» voiee he j answered: 44 I did not come on the stage, sir A Brooklyn batcher ha? an ir/d’i-gent German clerk who is trying to A Strange Place roR Pets — I Two year*; ago George Bidwell, the notorious Bank of England Forger, was transferred to Dartmoor Prison. . Soon sleep, and if you want to say anything more to me, come up to-morrow evening after supper. But mind, don’t go listening at any horse barns on your way home : ” and she went off in another peal of laughter. Hiram did not wait to say good night. Whether he slept or said .his prayers that night is rot recorded, but >t is an established fact that eight o’clock the next evening found him in Deacon Bates’ parlor. The interview was a long and probably an interesting one. find its immediate result was that before Thanksgiving the deacon had neither a'Jenny in the hQusc nor in the barn. That was some years ago, and Hiram has since done the town some service as selectman,and is likewise a Justice of the Peace. But in the midst of all his dignities and honors, if he ever hnp- pcn* to insist upon having his own way. used to sit w ith the tenors just bch rid I the threat of telling about the horse Jenny Pates Now he chose a differ- I bring* him* to term* at once. Tt cut scat, and hard to f-ing bass j, tte one die ck to his independence— , learn Englitb bv looking up in the lie. j ar‘tr h? »“ apparently aeizen with i tionary every word he hear*bol does paralysis in the lower limbs, a-.J has '»    i    .    .•    i    ti    Avpr    mnpp    Kn*»n an inmate of the in- 44 Did not conic on the stage ? What do you mean ? Didn t I send the money to pay your fare ? ” Th? boy thought it was all up with him sure, and. amid gathering tears, he managed to reply : “ I ain very sorry, sir ; I did not mean to offend you I thought I would walk and save the dollar. I never had one before.” Placing his hand getjtly on the boy’s head, tho merchant replied :    “ My lit tle man did exactly right.” Then turning to a bystander he remarked :    44    I wouldn't take $1,000 for this boy tonight.” That bov has grown to manhood and has since become widely known in business circles. Ile is now owner of the extensive mill at Methuen, the Pemberton mills at Lawrence, a banking honse J* Bist *•) *nd one of the finest farms in M teasel! jfe* its. not understand. A tew days ago a lady customer,in her effort to explain what cut of meat she wanted and why she | wanted if, mentioned that she ate her beef cooked rare. 44 4 Bare ? ’ ” he re- I peated. 44 * Rare !’ Vat ish dat ? Oh, \ prisoner vesv I kn aw. ll-a r-e —very seldom. ever since been an inmate Armary. Lately a new Governor waa appointed to Dartmoor, who was skeptical as to the genuineness of BidweJEa illness. The other day, therefore, tha was ordered to get up and I dress, hut positively refused; thereupon he was carried down to Mr. Secretary Thompson has never co|j amj [eft t^qre unclothed served two years before the mast,bu4, it is affirmed that his nautical acquire- j uients are yiore varied than were those of President Taylor’s Secretary of the Navy. When this official first boarded a man of war at the Gasport Navy-yard he paused before the hatch-way, g«vea startled glance flown ward and exclaimed, “Great Ua*sar’s ghost ! if the  thing isn’t hollow !” until he choose to he dressed. W ith~ in an hour he jumped up and put on his clothes, and evidently a perfect cure had been effected, but when he was being dripped a curious discovery was made Beneath his armpits were found a tame mouse and a rat, These he confessed he had caught in the infirmary and had petted and fed w •-* cruu'bs for manv month*. In published notices of births we sometimes ice added, 4‘ Thanks to Dr So-iud-So,” but in death notices the names of the attending physicians are tov inab*? nmitiod A grocer that ho has in Washington adver whisky for sale fh*»' been drunk bv all the President) q .    i     * ten wscxson <• /rn to tneprecti^ n hor-* lur ;