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Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard (Newspaper) - February 8, 1877, Albert Lea, Minnesota REAL ESTATE AGENCY. Wiav* or sale, lands and farms in • ▼sr/ vrn n this county. TERMS to suit everybody. LO^ pries#, long time, and a low rate •f interest. IF you desire to boy a farm, call on us. IF you have a farm or lands to sell, call en us. OUR facilities for buying and selling lands, clamming and perfecting titles, are inequaiaKi. a# we have A USTR At Th, TRANSFERS, and PLATS of every piece ef land in this county. Stacy W Tyrer, Albert Lea, Minn. April 25, 1876.* VOLUME 17. ALBERT LEA, MINNESOTA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1877. NUMBER 6 Photographs. —' 1!1 1.    ' 3LU "I J.. Jt-.JL 'I 'f'-'y. • creature who had moved so quietly [ about tho house They idolise etch other, and I think have quite forgiven Grandma Chichester an J poor Horace Kent. Fred bas always been a great pet with his aunt for his bravery rn the night of tie attempted burglary. between F red s boasting and dry sly teasing, poor Frank win never be allowed to forget his instrumentality in introducing me to such 4* a perfect treasure.’’ I 805 1877 Hoots anil Shoes. 3STES-W Soot & Shoe Store. o. F. Ai IV. L Nolaon Havs just received and will keep in stock the largest assortment of * Boots St Shoes of all kinds To he found in town. CLSTOM S IDE WORK, Four or five workmen will be constantly •■ployed.and orders for New Goods or for Repairs will bs filled, chsap and on the shortest notice Broadway west side, Albert Loa, Mina. 8tf    GIVE    THEM    A    CALL. S. 8. EDWARDS PHOTOGRAPH EIB Broadway, opposite Postoffice, ALBERT LEA MINN. Bankers. H. D. Dhows. D. E. P. HiBan. H. 0. BROWN a CO.’S BANK OF ALPERT LEA, OLE TANG-, M&ker and Repairer of Boots & Shoes. 8hop on Clark street, north and opposite of Wedge & Spicer’s Drug store. HRST-CLASS WORKMEN ire employed. ALBERT LEA, -    -    MINNESOTA A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED. H. 0. BROWN A CO. BANKERS. REFERENCES l«t Nat. Bank, Austin. Int Nat. Bank, St. Paul. Nat. Bauk, Chicago. 4th Nat. Bank, Kaw York. _ 34tf_ TUE FREEBORN (MWV BUI JLumber Yard. Repairing done to order, cheap and on shert notice. Give him a call. S7tf    Albert    Lea,    Mina. Tho*. IT. A It .VIST RONCJ, Banker. *?feat •Markets. A. IL M MI LLEN HAS REMOVED THE OLD PIONEER MEAT-MARKET I Ob last side Broadway, firxt door south of THE PEOPLE’S STORE. ALBERT LEA, ■mi't'ULLJ ____________ MINN. WITH INCREASED FACILITIES FOH DOING BUSINESS, HE PROPOSES TO GIVE BETTER SATISFACTION! THAN EVER BEFORE. 4QF*Cash paid for Hides, Tallow, Ac., Ac. TRY HIM! Hray JLines. A II. SQUIER. CITY EXPRESS & DRAY LINE. Deals in HARD and SOFT COAL. Also Seasoned Wood. MEAT MARKET WILLIAM TUNELL Again calls attention to his FINE MEAT MARKET, Whtrecan be found at all times, choice cuts of Beef, Pork, Mutton, Sa Alae FISH, POULTRY, and WILD GAME in their season BROADWAY, near Armstrong's Bank* ALBERT LEA, -    MINN. Orders left on the slats at Lincoln Bros. attended to at once •Millinery. MES. C. S. WARREN Milliner & Dressmaker, [Successor to Mrs, C. F. Wicker,] Will open a fine new stock of Millinery and Fancy Goods, Ties, Cuffs, Collars, Ac. A full line of Worsteds. Lamars Patterns, Ac., Ae. C. I. COLEMAN'. LUMBER ! YARDS, ALBERT IU AND AUEN. Every description of PINE LUMBER, INCLUDING FENCING, FLOORING, DIMENSION? BOARDS, CLEAR LUMBER, SIDING, SHINGLES, LATH, DOORS SASH, SHEETING PAPER, PICKETS, AC., Constantly on hand, and for tieSe at tho Lowest Market Price Timber FOR FRAMES, AC., FILLED TO ORDER ON 8H0RT NOTICE J. F. REPPY. AGENT, Albert Lea J. C. JOHNSON AGENT, Alden,Mien IP. J*. Sergeant. MINNEAPOLIS LUMBER. TTTTTI FREEBORN MIM STANDARD. PC BLU EBO Bvt BT TH CBrtDAY. Firou, Per leer, la Advance, $3 00 BATIS or ADVERTISING. 11 w I 2 w 4 w $ rn 6 DI J J I i insk 1.00 1.60 2 50 4.50 6.00 10.00 2 inch 1.75 2.50 3.50 6.00 8.50 13 60 t inch 2.50 , 8.50 I 5.00 7.00 9.00 16.60 4 inch S. 25 4.50 5.50 10.00 16.00 20.00 6 inch 4.00 6.50 6.15 12 OO 18.00 25.00 k k col 4.50 5.25 7.00 11.00 22.00 30 00 col 6.50 8.50 12.00 22.00 30.00 50.00 I col 10.00 13.00 18.00 30.00 50 OO 90.00 OFFICERS OF FREEBORN COINU CouNTT Commissioners : James Thoreson. W. W. Johnson. J. M. Geiseler. James H. Gozlee. Ole Hanson. Tbbasobbr—Charles Kittelson. AcDtToa—S. Batchelder Rboistbr or Derds—August Peterson. County Attorrit—John A. Lovely. Sncmrr—T. J. Sheehan. Deputy SniRirr— Jacob Larson. Ct.SHK or Court—A. W. White. Probatr Judge—Gilbert Gulbrandson. School SnrrRijtTBsnisT—ll. Thurston. County Surveyor—Wa G. Kellar. Coroner—J. Proshaug. CouBT Commissioner—R. B. Spicer. DBXTI8TRY, DR. A. H. STREET, iv, P. ii DEALER IN ALT KINDS OF MINNEAPOLIS LUM BER, SHINGLES. LATH, LIME. CEMENT. AND BUILDING MATERIAL A PERFECT TREASURE. One day Frank came home with a look of triumph. “ I have a perfect treasure for you/' he said, 4* in the way of a nurse. Gerald Temple is going to take his family to Europe, and, when lie heard what you wanted, offered to let us have their nurse, whom they will not want." I beard a low sigh. Virgina, Frank’s only sister, had been sitting in a corner of the sitting-room. She rose now and slipped oat. “ How could you, Frank V* I said, following her with sad eyes. “I have never heard your sister speak of the      w    i>w    w Temple’s since she has lived with us;| soldiers and sailors who would be the very mention of their name brings coming home now, and to feel that for back the memory of Gerald's brother, her sore heart peace would brin" no and ail that sad tragedy."    :    balm. “I am sorry,’ said Frank,44 but I did j One night Frank had taken a box at room. Poor j the Italian opera in New York. We lived in Brooklyn, and aa Kellogg was t rh Linn I La...... J \    _ not know she was in the Virginia I" “Ye* poor Virginia!” I „i,|. But once the lovlieat little creature I ever knew. It is something of a story. boc ’tis an “ o’er (rue tale," and I wili tell in the shortest way I can : Virginia and Frank were orphans, an old Mr. Chichester, their grandfather, had adopted V irginia from infancy. The old lady had very ambitious seem to like her. Virginia had a cu- ‘    ** * aawtt'* she panted ; “ there are rious way of looking at strange faces a burglars in the house, and I should be searching, penetrating glance that I a1- 1 faear(** Can Jou UP here, someways thought had a sort of mesmerism how *    liulc ^oy gone to the in it, ail the stronger because her eyes nejghbor » ? ” were so gentle and soft. Alice never    e    was    no    an?wer    10    her question; met the look fairly, as I remembered bttt the.P°li<*“an easily followed her afterward.    i suggestion and climbed up over the It wa* in »priog, ’65 The cloam- balco”/'. ..    ......    . scenes of the war were crowding thick . “ ait' whl8pe*ed * irginia, Island fast upon each other. Virginia - ’D® ber Cold band on the P°l*ceD,an’8 kept her room a good deal. The warm ' 3rm’ “S be mide a mol)on t0 S° f°wjrd April weather seemed to enervate her !‘TheJ ttre UP 8laira in nLv room- lo k-and she shrank away from the joy and i l“° ,or “J Jewe,i lt J00 *,!1 *tand enthusiasm we all exhibited Poor ^USt behold that door, I will creep up child, it was hard for her to hear of the ll*e ^ack bta>r8 ar!d recon uniter ; if j the woman comes to answer the bell, seize her. There is only one nim ; ll , I want help I will call, and then you will rush up the front stairs." j “Are you not afraid policeman, with some . \ irginia was gone befoie he had | ished his remark. W hen she had reached the stairs Hid Stepmother-in Law. —She had >uccetded in getting her son married and naturally undertook the management of his household. Presently the son died. but .-ihe continued to advice. direct, and worry generally her daughter-!# low, Then the daughter-in-law married again, tut still the cid lady insisted on bossing things. A friend essayed to convince her that she could have no possible right to interfere—that the new husband was nothing to her •* Nothing?" she cried, *,he nothing to me ?    \\ hy, nm I not his stepmother in-!aw on his wife’s aide?" They were oh 7' asked surprise; the but fin- when hero Do lib der! tx knife. to sing, I begged Virginia to go    with us. But she steadily declined.    She won’ * •aid ,----  -    — j »vi * 'mm wen; ai i    i    .    ,    .    , a fireman’s ball that night, leaving on- 8 0D tbe olher 9ldo of tbc ly Alice and the cook at home-    so I i 8tt‘rs» and    11)81 now she was between must say that I felt rather more    easy    lhe tWO    for *he 001114 hear    Aiice about the children when I found    that    waiLln« aro«r)d «n the bedroom    Quick g “ Samson," and it came to the place w here the had to bure his hair cut off, b. who had lo*t her scissors, un-k to it off with a dull jack-i he recumbent Samson writhe J, uceiinea. rjne «    «    ,     ,--------  ’ auld stay home and keep hou«. she i "l,e‘°Und bJ ,he    »•>»» the man lid. Now, two of my servants were at '-on« into the silver closet, which fireman’s ball that niaht    __ stood od the other side of the back jumped to his feet, declared that wasn’t the way lo do it. and finally made a break down the Valley of Askelon and disappeared through one of the gates of * i 'iza yelling as if a dosen bulldogs were after him Virginia would not go. Going from i as a thah the little figure glided —    j     —    J    I    I I v {] hopes of making a splendid match for i ^ ork to brooklyn at night, how on ti r -Tbs OFFICE, OVER THE DRUG STORE, South of Peat Office, Albert Lee. Minnesota. OR. DE M. CRANDALL, JLA E NTI S ‘l1. Office over A. E. Johnson’* store, Broad • ay, Albert Lea Physicians. m. mTdodbe, m. d., Doing over Felt hate a specialty. Fashionable Dress-Making done in the very best manner. Four doors south of the People's Store. Apprentice Girls wanted, vol 16no44tf For Sale. SIXTY ACRES of good farming lands, 25 acres of which are improved, in the town of Albert Lea, only four miles from th* village, and beautifully situated near the lake. Will be sold cheap, and on terms to suit purchaser. Call on or address JOHN ANDERSON, Office over Wedge & Wulfsburg’s store. HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE, in tht village of Albert Lea. A beautiful location, and a good and convenient dwelling, will be sold cheap. JOHN ANDERSON. Office over Wedge k Wulfsburg’s store. LADIES!! If you want to get Worsted, Filling Silk, Worsted Needles, or Notions, you will find them at MRS. RICHARDS’ old stand, chsaper than at any other place iu town. for she baa just received a fresh stock of the ahovn mentioned articles, and the line of goods will be kept full daring the season. Millinery AT UNUSUALLY LOW PRICES. 46tf We are row reesiviag a large let of well Seasoned Lumber OF A SUPERIOR QUALITY, WHICH IF VIEW OF THE PROBABLE ADVANCE IN LUMBER, PEOPLE WILL DO WELL TO AVAIL THEMSELVES OF THI B A R G A I N8 WE NOW OFFER. Call and see our Stock before parekawac elsewhere. ALBERT LEA, June 24. 1871. Otto* and IU-* i dc ne* up Stair* over the Pct Oftee. ALBERT LEA, - - -    -    MINN I> C How Inn<l >1, 1> ECLECTIC PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON TWIN LAKE CITY, MINN., Will treat all diseases to which mankind ’ is subject, to the beet of his ability. Dr. i Rowland ha* made a specialty of dise*;.** of I Women and Children, and chronic diseases ; of long standing. By long experience aud strict attention lo his profession, he is con-; IdsBt of treating all curable diseases with i success. Obstetrical cases treated with tare and success. CousuUionat free, lo her beautiful grandchild. But Virginia thought different, and when she wa* seventeen, at the time of my wedding, she and Langley Temple were insane enough to fall desperately in love with eaeh other. Langley was Franks’s most intimate friend, and the pair met continually at our houe, until grandma found it out. After awhile Langley was ordered to his ship (he was in the navy); but Frank waged war with grandma until he obtained a viperish j consent that the lovers ( spond Grandma took pains oot to let Frank know how Virginia was tormented and tyrannized over until the poor child consented to go into society a^ain, and there she met and made j conquest of the very mao grandma had intended tor her beauty—Horace Kent. , j Virginia refused him, but grandma said scornfully. * That made no differ- I j ence. She would come to her senses j soon ; and to my utter amazement,the * preparation of the trousseau went on. ! and by-and-by we were bidden to the j j wedding—a quite elegant affair, where Virginia walked and talked as if she . were frozen. Frank aud I confessed to each other that night, that the bual- ! j ne** passed our comprehension, for we had no idea then of foul play. • ^ Kent and Virginia were to sail for Europe within a fortnight after their I marriage, and went to Washington and Baltimore to pass that time. Left alone one evening in Baltimore, with a headichc. ever, is a long journey, and it was close to one o’clock when we drove up to our door In the mean time, Virginia, after our : departure, had sat for some time writing letters in her own room. The    twins were having a noisy romp in the    nursery ; and, when she looked in    to say good-niirht, bred fastened himself upon her nock, and begged to come and stay with auntie ; she yielded, and then „    * n d began building ca rd-houses on the might corre-    J?1* an,i* he got tired, when he    cur hitU't if in a corner, and in two minutes wag iaj.» asleep. Being very much interested in her book, Virginia let the little fellow sleep on. thinking that by-and-by she would take him up to her room and put him to-bed there, as she frequently did At last she Tell asleep herself.    F She never knew how long she slept hut had a painful nightmare sensation. as if somebody was trying to smother her. and, afitr struggling with the feeling for some time, she slowly, and with a great effort, opened her eyt s. Why ! what ha* happened to the room ? The gas must have gone out— it was totally dark, save a flickering gleam from the dying fire on the hearth s and what a s'ckening, deadly smell there was! With a lightning rapidity, which is more like instinct than thought, it sud-deniy flashed upon her what the strange ,v* iftur smell was—chloroform I Then. as she caught her frightened breath, and sank back into her chair, a low sound of voices from the dining-room reached her ear stairs, slipping off her boots lowest step ; there was no light in hall except that afforded by the burglar s lantern, for the gas was turned down low, and the lantern set inside the closet door. I he door opened outward, and the key was in it ; a spring, a sudden bang. and the click of the key in V irginia s nervous fingers, as she turned it in the leek. A tremendous curse came from the captured thief, as she leaned breathless against in lhe door. The same moment the ga*-j , j light behind her was suddenly turned ! on, and Alice confronted Virginia. Listening to Evil Reports longer I live, che more I feel the im-portanee of adhering to the rule which t I ’ a*e *a;d down fur myself in relation to such mat firs: I. I o hear as little as possible whatever is to the prejudice ; of others 2. To believe nothing of kind til [ am absolutely forced to it 3. Never u one who cl ret Always to moderate, as far as l ean, J tin kind ness which is expressed tori* others 5 AI way § to believe that, rf the other side were heard, a very different account would be given til dc of 4 th wa !rink into the spirit leg an evil report. >f the matt* T. 4 You here madam ? Well y^u and I are quits anyhow. Op^n that door. or I Ii send a bullet through your head ! iou didn t think of my having a revolver. did yon ?" “ No,’ »aid Virginia, looking in the girl s furious eye w.’.h h* r peculiarly calm smile. “ Help ! Pollen !" You may split y«,uf prerry throat calling,'’ said Alien,seizing her sar- Ftrailhn and Machine Teaching. W «; think the following as appropri ate to parents teaching in their houses, a* to teachers room : own in the &ehool- It I! nee ar? v t \ »u agely the cook s drugged, and merry. Give me the key ! ’ ** i'll trouble you for that pi said a stern voice behin i Virgil a quick, strong arni jerked tho w away from Alice. Alice, with a shriek, ft*!' on the r r khe realized all at tint Ah, my to stun I. for ley Ten1 pie that *he saw. it art? D11 V to p fate rut But Vi od I ’’ gaze was Ban. w and t is w arn ti »ry it I* to have form rind when the teachers pile are many It call classis and dis-Litary exactness, or linear rdirji ar ted or p! JNTETW FLOIR, FEED, AYD GROCERY STORES! WARREN BUEL, (Successor to J. T. Green ) Sfsond Door South of the People’s Store. Whe re the best FLOUR, CORN MEAL, GRAHAM, BUCKWHEAT FLOUR, OATS, CORN, BRAN, & FEED can ba had. WELL TRIMMED HITS FOR ONE DOLLAR AT HRS. JOHN STAGE’S MILLINERY STORE ALBERT LEA, MINN- HIGHEST TRICE PAID FOR HUMAN HAIR, and Gents’ Chams from same made to order. Also Ladies' Switches, and all other work in that line. Alto Confectionery, Tobacco, Cigars, Tea, Coffee. Butter, and Vegetables which will bs sold ut the lowest living price*. Farm produce sold on commission. voll6no478itf TERECIA ANDERSON, FASIIIOABLECLOAk-DRESS-MAKER Over W«»cig & Spicer** Drug Store, ALBERT LEA, -    -    -    Winn. Established 1860. ■' "■ ■ -W*W Ti1 Ti JL XXHi Freeborn Comity STANDARD. PUBLISHED AT ALBERT LEA,    -    MINN. —BY— Parker & Boxford, Proprietors. Lawyers S Land .1 gent s. Jsiii I. Lotklt.    Jinu    H. Piiiia LOVELY k PARKER, ATTORN ETH At LAW, OKss in Hewitt’s Block, up stair*. 1st door ALBERT LEA. -    -    -    „ The Standard is the oldest paper on the liae of the Southern Minnesota Railroad ; has an extensive circulation among the reading portion of the community ; the cir-lati*n is constantly increasing, and its advantages as an advertising medium has long been recognized by a large list of paying patrons E. C. 8tacv.    A. M. Ttkeb. STACY & TYRER, ttsrneys at Law, Notaries Public, Real Estate and Collecting Agents. CONNEY ANTING all kinds adcuiately done, acknowledgments taken oaths administered. Ac. Taxes paid, Titles investigated. Lands bought and said. Particular attention paid to collection. Corner Clark and Newton Sis., Albert Lea HEMAN BLACKMER, IiAWTER LAND FOR, 8 A J. JE z J LAERT LEA, - -    -    MINN. headichc. \ irginia remembered to have seen some aromatic vinegar u    »rt. j in her husbands dressing case Kent I e*r'    r    rex ms i was peculiar in his careful way of lock- j J" in4 "he S2W 1 t,irea*i of light tup up his belong!n '4 and she t., k r°m 11' e V0)Ce #^e heard was a • *>«ach of kef ic open Ihcbox I    ...    ,    . when, rather to her aurorae, she found    J    ? .g,T€ lhc Jcun£ oman the key left in the box Some )»tints **? Di ° s»uff, did ye?" ii I »«K»e impala., which .Le never after' * wards account ft»r, prompted her to I , T . a * - relurncd A!ic«,s | I'ft the upper tray, although she hid l healthy voice, “ I hate her! j found the vinegar already Under- j she ,u§Petl> m^*” neath, to her surprise, she found paper I lla *    •    pulled    the    man,    *•    she and wa* about returning the tray to its i must been mighty oncivil to ye ; j place without further examioation. * - 0 ®®^aJljt on the ri^ht side of em. when her eyes were caught by the r'n>’ ere Ple^cr silver or plate ? words : “My own Virginia,” in a dear "    ;    ” too well known handwriting TV hen Kent came hack that night. MIN ; he fmnd b's beau»iful young wife senseless upon her bcd, with two letters ( crumbled between her cold fingers_ j one, the last latter Langlev had actually | written her; the other, the base forgery in which he asked to be released from his engagement. Kent was not a? all bad He loved her madlv, and you may be sure that his sore punishment begau, when the physician had got her oat of the death-like swoon 9 n JOHN ANDERSON, ATTORNEY AT LAW AND NOTA UY PUBLIC Office over Wedge & Spicer’s Drug Store. ALBERT LEA. MINN. Plat* ; the silver is upstairs. V irginia shook as she heard the ven-I om of that low voice. “She was Mr Langley’s ladylove i until her old grandma stopped ii " ** And w hat was Mr. Langley to you, • I 4 lf    - I |    J    J    I I my girl? sad the man. Hush ! you ll wake the child, and I do not want to do him any harm. Mr ; Langley —the woman's ruice softened —*• uever said a dozen worde to me in j his life; but look you, V incent, I fair-I ly worshiped bim." “That s right; tell me all, as I’m said the other with a course laugh. % t    TW “Mrs. Kent hat splendid jewel.4, too the first words that came to Virginia’s    llUs^3nd that 18 t0 ^e, lips, in t hat strange passionless tone. wh’ch is far worse than anger were    r •    .    • i j «.    :    * 44 Remember, I will never forgive you    vJ    the    lock    to look at    them —npppr    can take us many of those as you like. Come ! " einple but Virginia .aw no* more I IT! “ :l'° °f tlieir faot' of her grandmother. The old l-dr un I *, Pf, !    ,rPlnla "latched the on her death-bed rared about that in' > J handkerc,,ie, off *>cr head. and -never They came hack to New York for staggered to her feet, though dizzily Hotels. —AS AN- Immigration Document, Thk Standard makes an especial aim to publish all the valuable statistics of the County, rendering it peculiarly attractive as an immigration document Many residents of the county apppreciate this fact, and are Bonding the paper to their Eastern friends. We desire to increase tho usefulness of Th* Standard in this regard, and would be glad to add many more each names to oar list. HALL HOUSE W. G. FOSTER, Proprietor. Albert Lea, - - Minn. JERLOW & NARVESON, Albert Loa, Minnesota. 1B mm Deal mu UGI f-y frpent at the comc p3St vcry 0flen    chair.—    Frank dra aver!h^rd!ll!I!d ‘ Vir?inia    her    hands,    when    a    |    .    1    don    l know lha t    ;    sleepy murmur of 4* Auntie ! " startled    • r,n’a !’at there ti r arn.Uf.T i hor’ Ib a 8econd her resolve was taken    fli“ rirst P DKAI.BBS IK OTJR lf you want circulars, lf you want handbills, If you want envelopes, lf you want business cards, If you want neat bill-beads, If you want tasty letiei-heads, If you want nice visiting-cardr, If you want any kind of job work, Leave orde~s at Tub Standard Office Y7*0R SALE—Lite Scholarship in the Madison Business College. A former resident of Freeborn county is one of the the proprietors of this institution. The scholarship will be sold on favorable terms. Apply to    I.    BUTS    FORD- $16 per Acre ImprovedFarm For Sale. Fine farm of 160 acres ; IOO acres now plowed ready for crop; tam* meadow : living springs. Good fence around tho entire farm. Good house, stables, &c. Boat-office across the road, with daily mail. School bouse IOO yards from the door. Mbert Lea in full view, 2$ miles distent, wit re everything that heart can wish is for sale, except whisky. WEDGE & HIBBS, Agents, Albert Lea, Minn. March 22. 1876. ll* Albert Lea, Mine.    Itf Ii NOTWITHSTANDING THE FACT THAT WE ARE DOING FIRST-CLASS JOB-WORK, PROMPTLY, AND AT REASONABLE RATES, WE are GRADUALLY ADDING TO OUR FACILITIES, AND SHALL ENDEAVOR TO FULLY KEEP UP WITH TUE TIMES Legal Blanks. We keep the most complete assortment of Legal blanks of any country office in the State, and we pride ourselves on the fact that our STOCK in TRADE will compare favorably with the best work to be ouad ampwhsrs. Dry Goods, HATS & CAPS, CROCKERY & GLASS-WARE, STONE & WOODENWARE, GROCERIES, SPICKS, SARDINES, CONFECTIONERY, Tobacco, And in fact everything usually kept in a country store. We keep constantly on hand a first class variety of CIGARS. vo!16n474itf And then to add to I *Dg ,i!m .and w>wpering in hts ear : recovering, she was JWN M. MARTY, ALBERT LEA, MINN. Leave erders with Stacy A Tyrer. 4* Virginia, dint be terrified,” h* ^aid ; “it is my very sell. no phi -I. Take my h.nd, love ; see it is flush and blood, i ke your own. d<*ar.’ He had her in his arms Tho door bell was ringing iuri usly. but he would have let the neighbor- pull the wire till it broke before he would have left her in that dumb, shacked state. As he touched her i-he trembled violent!? * then the light came back to her eve** with a Sib of j *y. Virginia flung herself on the breast of him whom she mourned as dead. The Motleys ha I time to think that Virginia Was murdered before the pair opened the door A civ much surprised were they to see instead of the policeman they expected to find, a verv tall, handsome young man. a stranger. in undress navy noiform. Fred, r. w that his part of the fun wai over, began to roar, and Virginia took him up to her arms, while the three gentlemen, assisted by real Situ »n-Pure n >-Beeman, a brawny son of Erin. opened the closet and secured the intoner Within the next fifteen minutes, the other servants returned — for the    burglary    took place before ll oYl ck.—and Alice, having recovered from her swoon, was carried to the station-house I d >u t know bow Langley and Virginia were occupied till my return ; bul when Frank thrust his latc{ -k< v into the door. Virginia flew out of the library, and tried, with a few incoherent sentences, to prepare me f>r seeing something. The consequence was, that when I pushed the door open in a very bewildered frame of mind, and saw Langley smiling at me. I was terrified almost out of my senses, and came near fainting. To the best of my recollection, the household sat up nearly all night, though finally, after I had I heard the whole story, been made speechless over Virginia’s braverv, and hugged Fred.—now asleep in rho armchair.— Frauk dragged me off to bed. I don’t know that Langley and Yir ll morning, but cer-ersons I saw upon _    were them- j ielves, on the identical sofa where I had left them. it—it ratio! t hem* ti ms lh ire i the finger of if<rs with tho angel ; but as to hide a reparation on nd to tend to-rizmg on the very largely-bool work. charm alout * arc consult n deceive t like reciia-reuiL think* Boswell ’riority o •ted in w taking, I rtain cot „ r„ I a ,, L Ii Ut 5UO; • V. , IOC SHV ver of John tiler lea be it may ? art u sW and cxb hie manner thing, to tea em and diflh go ba-‘ step t k in hi: r “r pup lect, wn sue ‘re. and, Is:    ar iuds .“Le makes, earner** pain. f troru tee vein. n :    *■ His Bu rned men con-called the art of ins? his mind ; a r of seizing the ail that he knows, a clear and forci-e th* ‘h others to u t But let tlie teachei s own mind and analyze ’he J r ct>9 which led tc ss?, and let him study, and rn j athize im c me I jughtiul is one think is differ d b j tervisw, and vainly implored ber for- Un    •    j    -    ,”    , Rivcnees fur nrpio- on Kent to HU i    7’l* '7* ~Tritl;d K'J1' and deur- treachery The newly-wedded Mir h'T-K.*1 7/!'’ ®ho"ldnot “c*Pe •ailed in the i!l-!»fed shin which to.,k    ii    *    lc    Was    valn fire off the coast of NV, Scotia .od I ‘J *■ °h *et"D" lhe 1100,1 10 alarnl whose name carries terror to many s !    *    11    tbe    corBcr'    *’or    **lc heart Virgin, was one of that hind. i ."i?*! » "*f    '»««    cross ful of survivors ; her unhappy husband ! t'k '' *"t i k***    *t-‘rS t° had fought for her place in the boat I [f "7° a    ,n    ,hrn"in??    »P and remaining behind himself perished "‘"Im* *" 8crtan,,n? J tfce I'ouse with the ship:    The agony of terror was ‘ ll".,on a««Bc. ()u,tc far out, the long night which she spent at the    «" that beat did not _i .D- _    at in® come past very often. merc> nj the waves, proved too much strain upon her already over frame, and Frank and limned by telegraph to her at Hslifnr      i where she lay for days unconscious I ?^° w*80n ber    Fred,    kiss-    ‘    ccluinR    d    ,wn    to    breakfast with brain fever, her misery, when thrown into a nearly fatal relapse bv seeing accidently that the Tecumseh had gone down in the attack on Mobile harbor, with every soul on board. The Tecumseh was Langley’s ship. Virginia came to live with us about two years before the commencmsnt of my story. She seemed to feel a sorrowful remorse about her husband, which was not grief, and yet it cast a shadow over her life. He was treacherous and false,” she said to me one day. “ and he broke my heart, but what right have I to judge him, and he died thinking himself unforgiven." Of Langley she never spoke. Well, that 44 perfect treasure " made her appearance. She was rather a young woman, with a pleasant, low voice, and very good manners for one of her station. I was charmed Certainly ti is girl seemed determined to please me ; she did hor work in a faultless. neat way; she amused the baby and played wi»h the twins ; and the baby had been more quiet than I had known him to be for weeks. So, after a month’s trial, I began to sing Alice’s praises and allowed her full control of her department, with a good many privileges. Virginia alone did not with hit before kit! from the study of the sub-ar»d it wili Le almost impossible to Lave a dun recitation, lhe attention and curiosity must fi:st be aroused, and most not be allowed to flag. VV hen the wind was opportune a kite ^ as flown across the Xitgjra ; to the slender cord a larger was attached and Ir.iwn over To this a rope was fastened, and to it a cable, and these drawn across until a foundation wa* secured upon which rests the miracle of architecture, the bridge across the Niagara lhe fragile kite-string was an insignificant beginning for such a structure. 8ti it is with d:«crin;inating attention. It is not the end of mental growth, bot it is that which makes gr<*wth possible. During the training of the ten thousand singer# and players in the Boston Jubilee, a Jew yearn ago, when every-thing seemed t > t he coni mon ear to be feet, during one of their grand ruses, their accomplished leader, >trails.-* demanded a halt. Edging his way to tho nght and to the left through tile packed minstrel* until he reached a cert tin point, whimpered in f the performers, that poi the ca he had d* w 44 Fred, my darling, auntie is going to do something funny. You remem- I Langley’s story is too long to be told ber how pa jumped you down from the I    Suffice it to say that, being on balcony on Christmas day to run after * deck when the Tecumseh sunk, hc^ had the monkey ? I am going to jump you been able to strike out from the Milking down now. Don’t speak a word, now *hip, and under cover of the smoke and Act like a man. There, now ! ” Fred was just four year* old. but a great boy for hi* age, and he always obeyed Virginia implicitly ; so he rubs his eyes wide open, and was carried to ; the window. The balcony, outside.was before presenting himself to his family, not far from the ground. As Virginia i 1,e bad sl0PPt‘d lo light his cigar under looked out carefully, she saw, under : tbc Fa8 *'obt, where V irginia had tnis-the gaslight at the corner, a tall figure I taken bim Ibr a policeman. He had roar of batt!**, to swim ashore There, however, he was taken prisoner and kept in close confinement for some months, finally making his escape. Coming direct to Frank for intelligence with the gleam of brass buttons “ Fred,” she wh ispered rapidly, “run to that policeman, and tell him to come right here to auntie; then go to Mr. Motley * at the corner, and ring the bell with all your might,—it is low,and you eau reach it,—and tell George and Harry Motley thit Aunt Virginia says there is a thief in the house. Don’t be afraid, Fred; be a man like papa !" Over, gently, over the low railing ; and then, with a good shake of his person. Fred’s fat little legs trotted swiftly off toward the police min. Directly, under the balcony, a voice said. softly : 44 VV hat is wafted ma’am ? Can you Open the front door for me I” known her instantly, and probably only her fright and agitation prevented her from recognizing his voice, which, as he mischievously told lier, he did uut disguise in the least. Alice aud her accomplice were identified by the police as old offenders. The woman hid carried a systematic pilfering at the Temples’, and was an accomplished hypocrite. To my intense gratification, the pair were sentenced to a term at Sing Sing. Langley and Virginia were married very soon after. Prink gave away the ovely little bride, wh ^$6 fair girlish bloom had oonie back to her, and who under the influence of love, seemed a different woman from the pale sad played i certain note in £ flat it shod! I have been E Besliming his place as director, he gave the signal to re-bcgin the chorus, j I hat was an example of a trained ear and an attentive mind. I he teacher should often assume the I attitude ol a doubter, and demand proofs l*r the statement a and conclusions td the learner. Instead of proping him up with'crotches or tying him to limbers, he should be pushed off. Nor should the hand of rescue be extended until it is evident the trycr would si*ik without it. Birds, when teaching their young to fly, push them from the nest, and give them Bombay's advice to his wife, ‘ make an off >rt." A ^ Dung Philosopher. I he little daughter of a very wealthy man happened,, not long ago, to hear her armill schoolmates congratulating themselves and one amither upon the regulari y with their father* said grace ut the tai Ie. lier lather did not say grace, and. oppressed by a sense of in-ferioriiy. the little one wept that even-, ing. and besought him to do it. Ile Haiti he thought it was time he began, vod »>ked a biassing? with all proper felling at breiKltst next morning. \ younger sister of his little homilist a young lady still in the nursery, who. had not heard the previous conversation. looked up surprised ; then her face cleared ** I know what you does ut or, papa,” said she; “ Its ’tuqse you’re geum poor !" ;