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Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard (Newspaper) - February 22, 1877, Albert Lea, Minnesota REAL ESTATE AGENCY. WX hire for sale, lands and farms in evnrytswu in this county. I EU.MS to suit everybody. LOW' prices, long time, and a low rate of interest. IF you desire to buy a farm, call on us. IF you have a farm or lands to sell, call on us. OUR facilities for buying and selling lands, examining anti perfecting titles, arc unequaled, as we have ABSTRACTS, TRANSFERS, and FLATS of every piece of land in this county. Stacy & Tyrcr, Albert Lea, Mina. April 25, 1870. VOLUME 17. ALBERT LEA, MINNESOTA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1877. I9 Ii olograph s. Hoots and Shoes. T JEE Xii FREEBORN HOI.VTV STANDARD, PUBLISHED KYKRY THURSDAY UNTIES TAT Boot & Shoe Store. S. S. EDWARDS PHOTOGRAPHED Broadway, opposite Post office, Terms, Per Year, In Ail?.nee, $2 00 RATES OF ADVERTISING. ALBERT LEA MINN. Hankers. o. X^. A TV. I- Nelson I ill 2 w J 4 w I 3 in i 0 iii I V I inch 1.0)1 1.50 2 50 4.50 6.00 10.00 •) inch 1.7 V *2.50 8.50, (LOO; 8.50 18.50 I inch’ 2.50* 3.50 5 OO 7.00; 9.00 16.50 4 inch! 3.2 V 4.50j 5.50110.00116.00 20 OO 5 inch; 4.0J1 5.50 6.: 5 12.0(t' I R.OO 25.00 \ col I 4 50 5.25 7.00; I 4.00 22.00 30.00 \ col I 6.50; 8.50 12.00 22.00 30.00 50.00 1 col I 10.00 13.00 18.00 30.0') 50 OO 90.00 Earthquakes—Tile fosses they Caused, Have in England Thebes, in Greece, w «s nearly destroyed in September, 1853. and on April id. 1854, St. Salvador, in The Jots of life and property caused :n ‘ °n April IC, by earthquakes is almost appalling (South America, was wholly mine* Without going deeply into the*subject, ^misact), in Japan, and Siuioda, in the following will embrace a chron*)* Siphon, were destroyed on Dec 22. list of logical earthquakes, from the more important 1 ISM. Jeddo being much injured by the i the earliest records I s,10ck- Haring 18^5, Broos?*, in 'fur- ii...    i    i    mi    »    <•    ... down to trio present period :    kpy    and    several    villages    of Central Lu About 425 veals before the Christian I roP® ruined, and on Nov. ll Jed- era, Lu boe a was made an island by an earthquake, and in the year 272 it. c . were Rwollowed Harr just received and will keep in stock j the largest assortment ut II. D. IiaowN. P. E. P. JTibu.- Boots Si. Shoes of all kinds To be found in town. CLST0N1 SIDE WORK, H. D. BROWS A CO.’S OFFICERS OF FREEBORN CJO TV up. Fourteen years later, a chasm was opened in Rome. when, as Livy informs us, Curtius mounted on horseback, in obedience to do was again nearly destroyed On March 12, 185G, at tho island of Great Sander, oho of the Moluccas, nearly 2 OOO lives were I m, while on Oct. 12. of tile same year, several island* tank in the Mediterranean. In 1857, Calabria, and other towns an order, and leaped iuto the yawning were again d strived, and 22.000 live. abyss Thirteen years af ter this event    1    ..... Durns, in Greece. and twelve cities Four or*fiv« workmen will be constantly cmplttved,mid orders for New Goods or for Repairs will be filled, cheap and on the sh Driest notice Broadway west side. Albert Lea, Mina. GIVE THEM A CALL. »T LIU, County Commissioners : •Tames Thoreson. W. W, Johnson. J. M. Geissler. James ll. Goxlee. Ole Hanson. Ta t. ASUR eh—Charles Kit t (bon. A un iron—S. Bluefield cr Register of Deeds— Vugnst Peterson. County Attorney—John A. Lovely. Sherifs—T. J. Sheehan. Deputy Sherif!'— Jacob Larson. ALBERT LEA, MINNESOTA OLE T^ISTOr, flaker and Repairer of A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED. Cleuk of Cocut—A.lf. White.    .       « Deob\tk .lrdue—Gilbert Gulhrandson. turned in the year IDT, and eight \ School Si pf.R!Xten*dknt—IL Thurston County Surveyor — Wm. G. Kellar. Coroner—J. Eros hang. Court Commissioner—ll. B. Spicer. J Campania, were buried through an earthquake, and all the inhabitants perished. In the year 2-3 b c* , Lysi-machia, with all its inhabitants, was buried ; and seventeen years after I hrist s birth L p hrs us aud ut hor cit i« > Mere overturned N'‘ft ti I an en in arn] I ompoii were both visited by sn earthquake in the year 63, aud were finally destroyed by ancriq lion from Vesuvius in if). Four cities in Asia, two in Greece, and two in Galatia, were uterine JDEMTIS'lTlY DR. A. IL STREET, Boots & Shoes.) H. Q. BROWN & CO. BANKERS. REFERENCES Shop on ( lark street, north and oppo- , .    ,    ■    Austin.    1st    Nat.    Ban),    st.    Pant. '... .    .    0    ■    ...    ,    11    :>    I    N    at.    Bauk,    Chicago.    4th    Nat.    Bauk,    New    Vcrk sue of " edge k Spicer s Drug store. auf FIRST-CLASS WORKMEN HIE FREEBORN COIN IV HANK, are employed. I later the first recorded detraction of Antioch took place. In 126 a. i» Nicea, Ca-sarea. and N ic''media, in Asia Minor, were overturned, and in 257 a bout 155 cities and towns in Asia, I on fug, and Maced hi ta were damaged I fie very next v#.r Ni comedia was again demolished, and its inhabitants buried in its rums. j In the year ,>1.3 an earthquake waft I felt all over the known world, ai d 14 were his, in a few seconds, making a total loss in the kingdom of Naples a1 me 111,000 inbibitants in 75 years Corinth was nearly destroyed in the \ear 1808, and «),0OO persona perished at Quito, on March 21, 1859, during which year Krieroum, in Asia Minor, was visited, an i I.OOO persons lost their lives On Dec. 8. 1860, many build-mgs were destroyed at 8an Huivador, but no lives were lost, and two slight shocks were felt that winter in Cornwall, England. During 1801. several live* were lost at Perugia, Italy, at Corinth, and other places in Greec e while at Mend za, in South America, two-thirds of the city was destroyed, and 7,000 lives lost On D e 19, 1842 •he was v iry til.” I> cf ors thetnscir however, have Said the hard --t things of their craft Radcliffe used to thn item hi* brethern of the faculty ‘‘that he ive the whole mystery of j ie over 150 buildings ani ll c.iureiicv were destroyed at G uatemala. and a few months afterward 13 villages were ruined at Rhodes On June 3 1863, Manilla, in inc Phillippmc Inlands' was y_'ain destroyed with 10.00(1 lnhabit- years later Constaotin and thou-and ic was d» i d OFFICE, OVER THE DB CG STC South of Post Office, Albert Lea, Minnu OIH Tho*. II. ARMSTRONG, Bunker. Repairing dont* to order, cheap and on ! •hart notice, (ii** him a call. 87if    Albert    Lea,    Minn.    ALBERT LEA. -    -    -    - MINH. OR. DE M. CRANDALL, Dentist . *rishoii lh re© years after this event many cries were overturned in Africa, but in <12 a. I) over 500 towns in 8',rit. P destine, and Y*i:i were destroyed, arri has never yet been felt in Franc*. tht V**ir- ~ £ui :*k the the In known A sh< ck was Germany, and Italy in ants. arid much valuab during that full a sh___ the central, west, and no part of England. On Jul several p*rs ns were kill bouses destroyed at Mad 8icily ; while, during the s erst met ive earthquake I* rat **t" • >. Gal (ivt-r 2 <Kh) prop-rty ar. in f*kpie behind him. written on a "half •fleet of piper I ho medical men of the day revenge themselves for this contempt by denying him any knowledge of physio In the same way Nelson was sii<l by onn ir rwo eneniivs he had roads, or rather, who h id mad -themselves, t » possess no knowledge of navigation. Dr. Had ’life, by the way. had an extremely ohj**cti rouble habit —namely, that of leaving In-* bills un. mettled It) his day each Londoner had to pave the street in front of his own d *<>r—at all events th** parish won! I not pave it for him A curtain pjvi r, who h id been employed by the D jet or, atter a long and fruit!* ss attempt lo get paid, caught him just getting oat *f his carriage at his own door in Blooms bury *q>.rae, and set upon him -Why you rascal.” Mid Radcliffe. *• do y.wi I vt On i to Ti a r ‘k* WI wotk ? NS bv, you hat pavement, ani then c >t!< d and t ’ Histantin Wi *ar vrh G reece was terribly 93b* •haI.rn in the j SP-?! • Heat • liar kef s. Hr a it J j in es. land ab let I0>9 V. ll. MCMILLEN:    a. ii. son EU. CITY EXPRESS & DRAY LINE. Office over A. E. Johnson's store, Broadway, Albert Lea fennel Antioch -ck D . an i destroyed HAS REMOVED THE OLD PIONEER MEAT-MARKET I Deals hi II VRD ani SOFT COAL. Also Seasoned Wood* Physicians. tiff. M. DODGE, M. D., > icily Rants wa: Orders left on tbe slate at Lincoln Bros. Ob Kant side Broadway, first door south of attended to at once THE PEOPLE S STORE.     :---- a '.It towns were il>< t I titania, in with 15 OOO inhal 4" years after, the city with all its buildings aiiv. swwq ? into the Adriatic sea During the year* 1142, 131$, Knghnd wan more <>r was ti and 35 y< several In th year n ht! g— a f- expt duii the i very rn Wi ig the I'.•strut gr* at year ten it in the Sand wi rat ha lf of Apii -n of life and p earth to hide v ur h quoth the pivi r ad work.” *‘Dtutor ■■ mine is not ti :rfv I‘em, Iv dev on Aug Ficus dor. ' * ated I n I rid aly brid work th it th* earth hid'* You dag, you.’ said the Duct are v »u a wit ? You must then a v I I. I n*nrd. I peep!, • Hilt incry. •ud Bo.itiiCt' til Sti I by sh Oh I V Si houak 1274, es a : br )ther earthquake, w hi ch &vi d **_■ veral Ta dleyraitd. less good natured, ioste* vm large cities slot ig ti. e coast , a huge tidal lh hl% CffIfrtjptj *|fi did not pay them jived. wave tini-hing the Jest rn ict ion Be-, A rttfice an I a want ** f punctuality it than i ween BO OOO i rind B*i OOO persons on pa y ng bills are n *t often combine I brin. j this occasion lo st th cir live s, the exact 1 ye ut trri'T being in mortal dread o! was number never I ha vin g vet I teen arrived WI -is • f I iW courts ; b ut Radcliffe is re at Several s! ight shock; • have bio n Of) rte J to have b^en el orc fisted a4 we! and felt in different port cions i* f the ch be a * inexact in bis n-'e. aunts Br babl\ F WITH INCREASED FACILITIES FOB | MRS. 0. S. WARREN DOING BCSI NESS. HE PROPOSES TO GIVE I INN. [ ALBERT LEA, ----- I> < 1 Hou hi j»«l AI, l> ECLECTIC PHYSICIAN ANO SURGEON rn was in Fe vi per: d bt I t in Led at a t err i-w 30. i. BETTER SATISFACTION! THAN EVER BEFORE. jgjpjjy^Cash pail for II ides, Tallow. &c., kc. Dressmaker, T IV IN L \ KL A mankin I lit v. Dr. [."ucceesor to Mrs. (J F. IValker,] TRY HIM Will open a fine new Mock of Millinery and Fancj Goods, 'I’ics. Cuffs, Collars, inc. A full line of Worsteds. Lamars Patterns, Ac., &c. HTV, MINN Will Teat all disease* to wi icfi r is subjact, to the best of iiis Rowland has mn Ie a sp . I al t y oS dis*' -es t Wonton and Children, ani eh’, oil ic diseases af Ion; standing. By long exporienco aud s’rict attentiou to his profession, hei? c* fidont of tri^atin; all curable diseases with -uauoss. Obatetrical ca-es treated wish •are and success. Consultionat ft«1< "CV rul L mduo Doing over Felt hats a specialty. MEAT MARKET WILLIAM TUNELL Again calls attention to his FINE MEAT MARKET, Fashionable Dress-Making dane in i!u‘ very hest manner. Four doors south of Die People's Store. Lawyers A* La nil •i gents. Joust A. 1.0 VK UY.    J.\M»    II.    I    ABIES LOVELY & PARKER, ATTORNEYS .Vt 1- VAV. arks of r 40 OOI Ll A quak IO haute led iti th cl urcht s lr. 15 J a jinn ware deair people perished, and in 1C3 was buried in ruins In 1662 a sli'»ek p ,**- d through the (’nines * territory, and in Pekin alone over BO OTH) p mons were huriel alive. A similar calamity oceurre i in the year 1731 it,. ti V1* I f J t -luring I -I'72 in the rem 9 I8<0. b it1 I, ( were IG s< \'d it J ti vert hr ra! c: in (’ J a \\ A. and pr -p« i torn im, On 4 Hamp-hi a. Virgin •«n. Si, ux stchesfer c *k - of enrf I \ ll ten ible dc 4rty.    Dirt in re. X -rtf it. ('an< < ity, I*o ' nntv w i<i(lake. a Un ;Ut e a g rti’-n it v both t have h if J rK raggeratrd bv his J ut th Ne. sup r,.*f f^1 I fail itopical if the D will he* during a danger us in an antisun! -***>) he would receive n ii ana afi re ct* a declared si tv. th •? nr,l 11 *1 aracter. ut Ut that no fr* ai th* phy*i- I lure pat itjfiuene ic i* hole earth is s of this d< >* rue- t;%’e piiCQOQiCii the cure w s* c *r»iril ciau wn« nking hi* every da;,’n fee.” «ai I the pnfii ibis pur*c. my de»r Doctor; nor must tir r * lne-% g. ? the better of mv I . ” TU. TY     I    .t." Apprentice Girls wanted. vollCnolitf Office i»- Hewitt’* Block, up stairs 1st door. ALBERT LEA, -    -    -    - MIN E. C. HTArr. Where cm be found at nil times, choice cuts cd Reef, Pork, Mitt foil, Sa kje. A.J. BALCH, Having rented the fine shop, formerly used by A. Brown, is now prepared lode all kinds of repairing, particularly in the line of Also FISH, POULTRY, and WILD GAME in their season. BROADWAY, near Armstrong's Batik-ALBERT LEA, -    -    -    MINN. TI aff ohs, Sleiffhs, Robs. etc. K. M. STACY & TYRER, ttorneys at Law, Notaries Public, Real Estate and Collecting Agents. CONN EY ANTING all kin is addn ately done, acknowledgment* taken oaths a-lminisfereJ. Ac. Taxes pail, Titles investigated, Lands bought and seld. Particular attention pai I to collection. Corner Clark and Newton Sts., Albert Lea -j  iii D Jam lie i whs partially a -1692. the houses in Hurt Roy a J engulfed •* fui.v forty fail) -n.s In St pf. uiber. 1693 ov« r MOO e<»n.' perished in Sicily, where 5 inu 300 riiln_r*'s were destr -v -i nia, for the > *c* *nd time, with it- . inhabitant?, not leaving event trace be hind. Palermo was nearly destroyed in 1726 and ton _\enrs Iliff a mountain turned d in being Jeep.” 0 porcini* I ’alsoon To Make Hens Lay. A writer in tile Ohio Farmer give;* tho I ii lowing moth d for making hens lay : Hat two or more quarts of water in a kettle, and one lar^e seed pet per. ur put the kettle over gratitude.” The Dieter eyed t1 pur*<\ con fifed the day? of I is attendance in y moment, and then, extending His hand by a kind of professional, me charnel! motion, replied. *• Well, I can hold * ut no longer; s*n de I refuse I I na *, but a1! f 'ITtV I A • I, Lima were I, mid years over- HEMAN BLACKMER, LAWYER LAND FOH HAL E ! /LABRT LEA, -    -    -    - Completely round in Hungary. and ('alloo, in South America completely den,,dished in 174 nearly 20,000 perished, and six later, Arinnople was nearly whelmed At Grand < ’ain* 40.000 perished in 1754, atid Quito was destroyed the next year, as was also Lisbon, previously alluded to. Four years later .an earthquake extended over 10,000 S juare miles in Syria, at the time when Ha’bec Wood-work on plows, also pninting to Order 2 For Bale. Everything cheap and on short notice. destroyed, and in 1767 MINN. nearly 2,000 persons lost their lives at JOHN ANDERSON,    tS 1TTOKMOY AT LAW five jeara later Su.vrn.-i, de.trTed AXU NOTAHV PTBUC    During the next year Taunt, with lo J SIXTY ACRES of good farming lands, : 25 acres of which are improved, in tho,1 town of Albert Lea, only lour miles from i the Tillage, 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. Give Him a f\sc    wi    £ e •    •    tx    c?    111,11    J5-'1* J auris Wllll I.) - Office over    Hedge    IiSp.cer . Drug Store,    OOO houses, aud multi.,. I of neoBle ALBERT LEA, MINN.    Molina    -I G »    r    r *. 1 _ J    tv    im,    anc!    other    t    avos    of    Italy    and - mail ones t hi r fire. \V hen the water b -lls, stir in eotr>e ground Indian meal, until yon u.ake a thick mu>h 1^ t it cook an hour or so Feed hot Uor*c radish chopped fine, and stirred into niu^h a^ prepared in the above directions, ai d for results we are getting from five t«* leu eggs pi r day ; whenas, previous t<» I ceil tog we had not had c -g _> I >r a long time. \\ e hear rn great deal of complaint from other people about n t getting eggs. To 9uch we woald warmly recommend cooked food. fed hot. Moiled apple skins, seasoned w ith red pepper; or hoi iud potatoes seasoned with horse radish is good for feed — much better than unco Lei Cvjrn Lur I, w hen fud to hens Liy itself, has a tendency to fatten instead of pr >dacing the more profitable egg-laving. A spoonful oi sulphur stirred with their ieed occasionally, will rid them of vermin and tone up their systems. Ii is especially good tV»r young chickens * r thoy are irre-isti) I* I bat was not bud j-Ae on the medical profes-iion whi'h was made bv a cb'ru'vman in th«* time of Cromwell, wh< was deprived of hi* living I r tion-^onformity. Th s parson, a harir:'e«s man enough, went about saying to Iii* friends. •* That if he were deprived, it should cost a hundred men their lives.*’ Summon* d before a matistrafe. he th ti" interpeted hi* words:    ••    Should    I lose my bene fice. I am resolved t * practice physic.ami then I may if I get patients, kill a hundred men.” Hotels. WELL TIII.1IIIE1) FOR HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE, in tile village of Albert Lea. A beautiful location, itn<i a good and convenient dwelling, will be sold cheap. JOHN ANDERSON. Office over Wedge & Wulfsburg’s store. ONE DOLLAR HALL HOUSE Sicily and Arehindschan were destroyed turkeys Out of a Hook of ten hatched and the loss was terrible, another fatal *ast November, 'Ye h ive Fist but one I 'me occurring in Sicily in 1791. and in T’hby have been fed cooked feed mostly. Naples in 1794, during which vcar IO - * aU(^ nre growing finely. AT GO TO Rucks Feed *.y Grocery Store MRS. JOHN STAGE’S MILLINERY STORE ! ALBERT LEA, FOR PURE TIMOTHY SEED. ALSIKE AND RED CLOVER SEED. OIL MEAL, &C.    . II IG II EST PRICK, PAID FOR IinMAN HAIR, and Gents’ Chams from same made to order. ANo Lad.ies’ Switches, and all other work in that line. F. HALL, Proprietor. Albert Lea, - - Minn. OOO persons perished in three towns of Turkey. Tile whole country between Santa Fe and Panama was d.strayed in 1797. and til roe years later a destructive snoek spread from Constantinople int< Rouuiania and \\ a I la i'll if Naples wa* Treatment of Canary Birds. The inquiry having been made hew to | restore the song of canary bird.-. I will give my experience. A friend of mine gave me a bird that had not sung for I over a year I treated it as follows : Canary birds, as well as ail kit* ii of The IJltie Cia vs. Long bef ire the spectroscope came into use it was discovered that the act in ic rays of the sun were wholly intercepted by red, orange and yellow glass, and that, on the other hand, the rays of the heat and light were not only intercepted, but that the actinic rays were tirade more powerful by passing through blue and vi <lei glass— tlie I«itht rays serving as a drag upon the actinic force. Photographers, years ago made use of this fact, making the skylights of their studios out of blue glas* to strenghten the actinic rays The same reason explains why photo graphs can be takrn as well on cloudy as on bright daxs—the clouds are the blae gias«, intercepting the rays of ho: J EK LOW & NARVESON, Albert Lea, Minnesota. DEALERS IX Dry Goods, again visited in 1866, when 6,000 lives I i , • , „ were bait; and in 1810, the village of r ,    ?    °l“*t ^VC Vanef} I" St .Michaels at the Azores sunk out    I    put    in    one secd-cnp. oat meal ; Of right, a lake of boil,nu water .akin,.    °"C “    **    pound canary and one-hal! pound rape its place. On March 26th 1812 the P,Junu    aud    une-Dal!    pound    rape city of Caracas, in Venezuela, was de-*    *’|P'ulln^ 0,1 the l0P ol lh,s 8ecd troyed with 12.000 inhabitants    CUF    abour    hemp    seeds    d    uly, HATH & CAPS, CROCKERY & GLASS-WARE, STONE & WOODENWARE, st roved with 12,000 inhabitants, and i ‘ i „    , r    ,v    ,* . several destructive shocks visited India f P    ,    10    Ieavlo8 outlhe in 1819, during which year Genoa Pa- ?enip    anJ    S,V,0S    a    little good fresh lnrm.i Pn— . ..j    I    lettuce    seed,    f gl'tng a .....  b. ay 20 or 30 seeds daily. iermo. Rome, and many other towns I    i    '    ( not too much or it will make the bird TEH EC IA ANDERSON, GrROCERIES, Ilia t hi r ill a I rannrnn ii i i rn    7 N.*xt door north of McMillen s Meat Market, Broadway, Albert Lea Mina. Over 'N ttljr & Spicer s Drug Store, ALBERT LEA, -    _    _    Minn. SPICES, SAU DINES, CONFECTIONERY, If you If you if you lf you If you If you If you If you L«ave want want want want want want want want orde- eirculars, handbills, envelopes, business cards, neat bill-Deads, tasty let lev-heads, nice visiting-cards, any kind of job work, s at Tan Standard Office $16 per Acre ImprovedFarm For Sale. |A)H SALE—Lite Scholarship in the I Madison Business College. A former resident of Freeborn county is one of ttie the proprietors if this institution. The scholarship nill be sold on favorable terms. Apply to    I.    BOTSFORD Fine farm of IGO acres ; IOO acres now i plowed ready for crop:    tame    meadow: j living springs. Good fence around the I entire farm. Good house, stables, kc. j Uost-olliee across (he road, with daily mail. J School house I (Kl yards from the door. , Albert Lea in full view, 2.j railes distant, J ivkire everything that heart can wish is j for sale, except rn filth/. WEDGE k UtllUB, Agents, Albert Lea, Miun. March 22, 1876.    12 I Albert Lea, Mina.    I    if pain m lrj-y. while tour years jarer i • i •    , , over 40 shocks were felt in Ole Duchy i ,    j    w‘-v'wr ‘bree or fo“r **ek*’ I of Parma.    procured    another canary, a Iree song- v ,    1    stt>r> and hung it in the hearing but ; *,    n}0:‘r Cal;i‘)r,a* Cotcnga, and out of sight of my bird, and in a very I oilier viI.:i£es were destroyed, with ow , short time I had as pood a singer as I ) a thousand person,. A sin.liar disaster Cou|d wish. lie bas suite ever rinse, I occult me at Calabria durtu- the through molting and all    .Most people ___    -    | r,Jerr- n "" J™ fLo* ,uffe,re? !i('-! ar*    OI'getting their    birds in ton Tobacco,! !rl I? pc‘'Ulh«r- 183<*. --J I ’ort | good condition, but remember vou must I % ’ n"r;.,n,M«o- '■'■oay d«.n,jred in not get then, fat on hemp seed, for And in fact everything noisily kept I nale wag 'I'jj' wa5, ‘ ‘“7' j"    \    tl,iU “0J “ "“:lr    a"J    t,lke' in a country 8tore. Me keep constantly on I ,    •,    '.    lesiructlie    --- hand a first class variety of ~ j cartn5uatic occurred in Armenia, and j Hoe Cake — .Scald a quart of corn many persons perished at Zanic. Over meal in water sufficient to make a OIG-A.RSJ, vo!10n474itf thick JOHN    IU.MARTY, j I ure, in GuaJaldtipe, was entirely de | stroyed on Fob 8.1843. During 1.851 I Rhodes Maori, \ a'para is©, and South almon AXD CHIL EMMER. ,m«y' W6re    vM    u- . f    t    persons    Irising their lives at Meifi r,» f«M of 1852 the Phillippine I lf lands suffered severely. Manila being I litany Jestri»yed, aud a chock even felt 5,000 lost their lives at (jape Haytien, batter; mix into this two tablespoon-iu San D.uiiingo, in 1.S42, and Foint-a fuI** of bittier, a ALBERT LEA, MINN. , Leave Orders with St acy A Tyrcr. a teaspoonful of soda, and two of salt. Hake half an hour iii hallow pans Farina Pudding.—Take cold boiled farina, one quart, two quarts milk, one teacup sugar, and four eggs : add rui.-ins or currants. Stir thorough Ty and bake iii a quick hot on en. and light; blit affording ready passage to the actinic rays. The invention and appliance of the spectroscope extended our knowledge | of this peculiarity of light, th) ugh not informing us of the ultimate cause I lie red, orange, and yellow rays of the solar spectrum were found to contain actinism. It commences feebly in the green, becomes stronger in the bim-, and is most abundant in the violet. It is found to exist also, very abundant in the dirk space outside the visible spectrum — the ray-waves being of such extreme velocity that the eye can not transmit them to the brain without retarding appliances. It may be stated as a general rule, that when the luminous is most abundant the actinic force is lea.-t. and eke versa within the proper limitations Tile actinism is greater in the early morning, and in the spring of the v\ar When actinism was first discovered the idea prevailed that lo increase the act leis ut was greatly to quicken the germination of seeds and cuttings, and O * to assist in the loimatioii of the coloring matter of leaves, lilue-glass was therefore used, aud is still used, in the hot~housea, for that purpose. Latter uni more oonsaiencioua experiments have, however, proved that it not the increase of actinism blit the decrease of the light rays thai hastens the germination. On*the.other hand it has been conclusively demonstrated that it is the red rays alone whit-’produce thcgreeu coloring matter (thtf%ilorophyti?ie) to which ive owe the health of the world, ■a— Jokes on and by Physicians. From the Cornbin Magazine, Numberless have b *en the jokes •gain*! physicians and the art of ’healing; one of the bt"t, because uninfcn lineal, was made by a French lady, whom we may call Madame X . and who was in the (mbit of consulting her physician, Dr / , daily between the , hours of 2 and 3 The doctor was a witty and charming man and they talked of every subject under heaven. One day. however, the doctor came and was denied admittance. Ile thought there must be some mistake and ordered the servant to announce him again. I his lune the la Iv sent down 1 a very polite message informing tlu-D -dor that •• she was grieve! be*.m I I measure at being obliged to deny her-f the pleasure of his company, but Jerkins Returns Home from “the Lodge.”    v* It was lodge night, and there had been an unusual press of very important busine.-*, which had kept Mr Jerkin* • ut much la'er than he had anticipated Ila came home, however, in apparent good order and well conditioned Mrs •I »rkin-, knowing his trustworthy rhar-acter and reliable habits, h .d not waited up tor him, and when he crept into bcd he was met wirh a very sleepy inquiry in regard to the i.' ur, ani the reproach conveyed in the question was so s.ighr that Mr Jerk ins instantly repented of the lie be had intended ti lei!, and <>n!y told a iittle on-, tmh i.. Ii Dr ai, I a quarter bing, sa*, mg. true bt turned •hp did wirh off-hurjd ran--icssm guessed it must be pretty near eie when h« kn* w it w::> a quarter twelve. And sleepy Mrs Jerkins, her weather eye on the sifting i cl ck. ti hie Ii -he could sec thr u *h -pm bedroom door. just before Jor rut the light, knew it als*). i't say anything .Mr. Jor! i he breathed very heavily, "    immediately    He * fiigct. His breath a re with some d.ffi.-ulfy, ‘lie i*ped.    '    • *• Go*nj land ! he exclaimed, u this room awful cli -e ? ” Mrs Jerkins didn’t know She awfu! sleepy, she said, ani the ai past EV it h tau. n t d Mr J re-tl**'" ter a few minutes •:    sc a- a V    iu’t    t me    it I ll v    * * wu i a    it j. a if    I opened    one    of the windows    ' ” Hi* sp mi    si* drow>i.y    replied    that wouldn't give ht-r a cold. and he mi" ventilate the room ai! he wished. Ai with fhi- pfrmiseion she w< ut to sits md Mr. Jerkins got up with great H liberal ,a at! pr cceded to raise t ui i ig,ar: Iv And ... ug at it ut it vas surf ri before, hi b od e wo i agt ,1, in t come I. If never M r pull To Then and Ii t side bu* it ted d < d n M lr VT J i. intsidf tamed ! be blowed,” muttered oh a heavy accent on id then he caught hold I Iii? fingers as far undid reach and braced lift that would have I in err ii gh! I'un is J with the final era ■ ink »ack. exhaust- d. ** V\ ell, you can eat ern-m-ph! 11 Mr Jerkin mv L nots ne mutter d, with some waruith, u If I don t lite this window up. or IHI pull the house over. You hear me?” And he caught hold, and tugged. an I lifted, and strained, until he wa.* sure that every succeeding tug wou’d either lift the side of the house, rr pull his felt through the floor. He paused again for breath, with his head so full of blood that his feet were cold ** By Jocks, he snarled. •* I'd give ten million dollar® if I had th e carpenter here that put in that window. I bet I d lift him. that wooden headed idiot. Now then.” And he stooped down and caught a frosh hold on the window, and set his teeth, and shut hts eye.®, and held his breath, and put his whole soul and body into Ii is arms .Vs he began to straighten up he could hear a sound like the cracking of timbers, and it inspired him with renewed strength. ‘-Something s coming, gospel sure,” he said, and redoubled his efl >rt. At that instant ho became aware of a slimmer of light in the room Ile raised his cloned lids an I beheld Mrs. J irk ins standing beside him, like a white-robed ghost, with a bun in her hand. At the Kght of which apvn- tion, Mr. Jorkics ceased lifting, but held his grip. ** VV bat's the matter ? ” he asked .She I.toked him straight in the eves j for a moment. u John Jerkins,” >he 1 said, solemnly, -• go ba«k to bed. I will raise the window for you. Don’t >;iy a word Co mc*. To-morrow we will talk about any continuation of these lodge nights ” Speechless aud confounded. Mr Jerkins’ eyes fell, and a* they did so he he held his hands. The window was shut as t»giit as wax, and he had a death grip on the broad window-sill. ** Well. anyhow," he thought, as he crept back under the blankets, ‘-there’s one thing certain ; if >he hadn't got np when she did. I'd ’a had the whole win- j dow casing, sill and all. shoved halfway up the side id the houne, in anoth. er tug ” Which was very poor consolation for what he knew was coming, but it was the best he had. NUMBER 8 it being the laboratory of nature which consumes the ex CCSS Cb f carbon, and restore* it in the shape of oxygen —thus preserving the equilibrium of the atmosphere. I hiH, while blue glaM helps the plant at particular stages, the full solar light is nectary to its c mao let e and healthy growth. As to the therapeutical effect of the blue glass on human beings, there may be something in it for particular stage** and for particular contin ans. It helps the plants to germinate—if may help the infant in embryo; hut the id i that it can have any general healing effect is purely imaginary, sod springs from a partial neqoaintace with the subject Perhaps no more appropriate comment Could be passed up .n Gen Plessonton’s discovery’ than Pope's oft qu 4ed couplet: A mile learning wa dangerous thiii"; Drink deep, or ta*te not (Le Pierian spring It I-gusted^ A menagerie was gtJd at auction in * >.iii k ra Otisco ten days ago. A laugh-ing hyena brought £5. and a big elephant $4,000 The auctioneer made a great hit with the parrot. “Now, gents, hire is one of the finest parrots on rhe Amen can continent, swears like a Barbary coast pirate, knows the whole firi*t testament, and can sing the tral-laJoo like Jennie Lind-—how much moftered—fr’m five cents—guess you don t know whaty’r bu’ in’, gents—ten do I hear it, talks better’n some of your Congressmen, two bits mofftred, why gents he knows Tennyson all by heart, md IS outs weir any man in the town, ju"t the thing for the children, only two bits bid Here he stopped to take breath, and looked reproachfully upon the crowd. I he accomplished bird was finally knocked down to a preacher, who came in ju*t in time to hear that the parrot could sing all of Watt's hymn*. 'J Le old gentleman started out highly elated with his prize; but when the d “reputable bird told him to pull down his vesr ami wipe off his chin, he went back to the auctioneer, and wanted to swap it for a cane or some thing that did't talk. He Ordered Oyster Stew. One of th tie toil-hardened, true- L> ar:* I chaps, of un read of in romance, made bis appearance on the Campus Martius yesterday nd bis sympathies were at or ce amu d by the sight of tor* " cr f«»ur q standing around iv.lh their bucksaws sod waiting for work. rn be hanged if it i*r ’t tough," be rf pilld when tne^ told h. a that they hadn t Lad any work for a month. *• How would you hkc some oysters?” I hey smacked their lips by way of reply, and he gathered up a crowd of cia fit. marched them to a restaurant, and i Herod ouster stews far each one It just does my soul good to see a eat. ’ he .-said to the owner of the * a* the eight got to work. Yes; ii'a a beautiful sight,” was reply. fin ikujj mg fecj good in here.” r.rinutd tfia stranger, laying his hand n his he ut A good deed brines its own re-raid.’ wa* the *.,ft answer of the rcs-r, as he calculated on his pro fit Ti I pi ti tam I in t rest here — I must do rf her good. said the big-hearted mger. and he rushed out and brought thru negroes, a chimney sweep, two J* a,,6 an old woman, au I order* d ire oysters I Le fifteen people went fhr oyster ur :n a manner to :;u.a2c, and their iariian nudged the restaurateur in e ribs and said : *'>ee the gentle Iamb? I Oh, that could feed the poor of all America! ” V r? i area good man. and heaven reward you, replied the propris- WL_.    , t> r. as he fillrd the dishes up again. r* e s- anger said he w„n ed to bring in just five more, so to say that he had fed an even sc* re, and he rushed out ut r 'heui while me ristaaranter sent ‘or u. re oysters and crackers. The a runner di i rr t ref urn. He was last - ' n (limbing into a farmer*! sleigh on Vale street and guiding his team to *^le u I I c fifteen in the ristauraiit lick J th* ir [dates clean, and departed in j >y. a1 pr cessii n, and the hist one ha*i p issed owl before I he man who urn *. e i « jp ’iud gi t through waiting * r e rt-rnm of the bighearted stranger. There was vni? head words s[*oken, but what mattered it to the Q ft cen soup devourers who drew up in line oppoMtc and I?* ?■ That them oysters just touched th’ right spot • "’•a < r.y^kvr>—To seven teacu >* fl oir and half -a cup of butter or me fat. add two teaspoons cream of tarts Ja and one oi soda Hub these ingrei enU well into the fh.ur, add a cup a a half of wrrer. ivork thoronghlv, a [ *jni the d>»ugh until it snaps, th bake quick. To make •* Apple Breakfast Cake stew, strain, and *wecteu good rich a rue pirt sweet apples), aa I ryapp e sauce; pass though AV colander, and mix wirh fine oat mes si r* i i out on a tin half an inch de< and bake half an hour. Serve war Tut: rank. fishj t iste sometimes foul in wild ducks may bt* removed by pa boiling them, previous to roasting, wi a peeled carrot placed inside. TI will absorb the bad taste. Where t dressing is to be seasoned with oniot use an onion instead of the carrot. Washington Pie—Two cups sugar. half cup butter, one cup milk, three egg.-, and three cups flour. Beat well together, and hake in two sheafs When cold. place the two cakes togethei with jelly between ; sprinkle top with fine powdered sugar. GJXQtR Snaps.—One pint New Oi leans molasses, one teacupful of sngai one tablespoonful ginger, one of a1 spine, one cup of butter, and five t fl *ur. II ill thin and cut into sma cikfs. Bake in a rather brisk ore* but be careful not to burn Ego Shells —Always 'wash j eggs before breaking them, and i •bells to clear coffee with. The si arc just as good for that purpose ai white, and the coffee will be a: stronger. B.ue glass instead of blue pills. Who is the greaten liar? Ile wlc speaks most of himself. The court is like the sea; everything depends upon the wind. He who wishes to secure the good of others, has already secured his own. A hotel is advertised as ‘‘kept by the widow of Mr. Brown, who died last summer on a new and improved plan.”    V A canny Scotch trader said : “ Hon. esty is the best policy ; an’ ye tak’ my word in the matter, for I ha’ tried baith.” The night wvt beautiful and they were out sleigh-riding together. He asked her to sit in his lap and drive She felt it was delicious to be hived so dearly, and consented. As for him, he was a cautious young man, and had in view the best meins of protecting himself in case tho horst became excited and plunged his boof tbrjugh the dashboard The rich find frie'nds in the most remote foreign countrvs; the poor not even ii lends in tLe bosom of their fats' ilies. Th* Ret. Dr. K. G Taylor says that, while visiting a colored school in the South, he ai>kcd a tiny darkey what he studied for, and what was his object in atteudiug school. Hesitating a moment, the little fellow answered ; *• To git ofik.” ;