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Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard (Newspaper) - January 26, 1871, Albert Lea, Minnesota FREEBfM COIMY STANDARD, PUBLISHED EVERY THUKSDAT. Terms, Per Tear, In Advance, RATES OF inch inch inch inch inch col. col. col. 1.00 1.75 2.50 S.So 4 2 4 w 3 m 0 m 1.50 2.50 3.00 4.50 5.-OJ 4.00 6.00 7.00 10 00 c.oo 8.50 9.00 10.00 13.00 15.00 2.00 3.50 5.00 5.50____ __ If.00 4.501 525 fi.50! 8.50 12.OOl22.OOISO.OOl50.00 1000 13.00 1'i.on 2000 The following, in addition to tho above, will be strictly adhered to; Professional earrls of five lines or less be inserted at per year extra for each additional line. Local noiioos, 'on cents per conts per line for the first insertion, and five cents per line for each niUUtioual insertion none taken under fifty uents. Editorial notices, insorted by request, a view to advertising business, fifteen conts per line. Religious and charitable notices, tUso noticei of and deaths, will be in- serted w them: charge. aid Gov jrnme'it advertisements will bo chai'g )il at 75 cents per square for the first insertion, and per square for each additional insertion. Attorneys ordering in legnl advertise- ments are regarded as accountable for the same, unless there is an agreement to charge the- suras to another party. RnuiMc-nt advertisements must be paid for in udvnncc U'enl, when the nffidnvit of publication is given aud all others quar- .'-oi-lv. words of command. The fndiuns sud-----., around, with the others; wr j him. trying to free th t-M-ly unable, j beasts VOLUME 10. ALBERT LEA, MINNESOTA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 26, 1871. NUMBER 43, JLtind Agents. A Lund Collecting Agent, Albert Lea, Minn. Office in Union IJIoek over tlio Drug Store of Wedge Blficktner. Has a co'.'nplctu, and the only, abstract of tillu to a'l hinds in Freeborn County. AbstrncU furnished nnd eeriified to as required bj law find titlea perfected upon reasonable terms. -JOHN A. LOVELY, ATTORNEY A T L A W. Office at tlie Court House. ALBERT LliA, ___--, MINN. Star Lodge, Xo. 20, A. F. A. M., lias regular com- munications at Albert I.ea on tlie second .aud fourth Weclnosclnvs of cuoli month. H.'D.'BKOWN, w. M. A. 0. WEDGE, See. 'JTitne Tables. BOUTIIEKN MINNESOTA RAILROAD. Going West. nr p. m. Going liust, depart a. m. Weils depart m. arrive n. m. Al'lon do p.m. a. in, Al Leo. p. m. p. m. Oakland" p. m. p. m. p. m. p. m. La Crosso 8.10 a.m. arrive p in. Connects nt La Crosso with stunmbnnts for all points on the upper and lower Mis- sissippi river: also with trains tho Mil- and St. Paul Ruilwuy to and from Milwaukee, Chicago, anil the Enst. At Fountain, with stages for Chatfield unrl frcston. At. Riimsey, with trains on the Milwnu- keeand St. Paul Riiilwny. to and from St. Tanl, Minneapolis, Miuikuto, St. Tutor, Dulnth, St. Cloud, and McGregor. At Wells, with stages for Winnebngo Clue Enrtli City, Fail-mount, and Jackson. CLARK IV. THOMPSON, General Manager. J. H. GAKDXKR, Superintendent. MILWAUKEE ST. PAUL RAILWAY. Prissengcr train30n the Milwaukee and J5. Kiulrond arrive and depart daily, Sundays as follows: DAY l-ASSENGKR COINQ WEST. Arrive. Austin Hivmscy St. Paul Tlamsey, Austin McGregor P. M. p. ii. P. M. Ramsey no i so BAST. p. M. St. Paul r. M. Ramsey p. M. Austin Depart. McGregor A. M. Austin P.M. P. A. M. P. M. P. M. W1NOXA AND ST. PETER RAILWAY. GOfNtJ WF.ST EAST. Winoini dtt A M ar V M Rt Charles Kochester P M ar A M 400 de St.Vi.-t-r ______ BLACKMER, 'PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS, _ MINNESOTA. A. C. M. D. F- A- Blackmer M. D. Oiiiou in Uin Union Block. 4 STRKET, M. "PHYSICIAN SURGEON. Office first door south of Uio Post Office. Albert I.PS, Minn, E. S. GU513d, PHYSICIAN' AND SURGEON, Geneva, Minnesota. Oflice first door north of Post Office. DOCTOK LEASE, V E T E 111 N A R Y SURGEON, Treats horses successfully, no matter what the disease is. Office ill A. II. Street's Store, Albert Lea, Minn. SSotcls. HOME. H. L. Robinson, Proprietor, ALBERT LEA, MINNESOTA. Boarders, by the day or week, accommo- dated. TRAVELERS ENTERTAINED. Stages for all points stop at the door. HOUSE. Chatham street, J. A. M..FLECK, Proprietors. Stages leave this Houvo daily for all points. Good stabling and attentive hostlers. (713 Matiufaeturera and in all kinds of of every description. Those gentlemen bo- ing experienced in tho business, and a largo Carriage IIousu li4x'K) feet, with BLACKSMITH "PAINT SHOP attached, arc now prepared to do JKIJVIfS OF WORK STACY TYRE It, Attorneys at Law, Notaries Public, Real Estate and Collodion Agen's. CONVEYANCING of all kinds accurately done, acknowledg- ments taken, oaths administered, Taxes paid. Titles investigated, Lands bought and sold. Will .pay particular atten- tion to collecting. Corner ClarU and Newton St. Albert Lea. E. C. STAcr, A. M. TTi U E U E U10 K (J 0 C11R A N ATTORNEY AND CODNSEtOR At Liuv, und Notary Public. Broadway, Albert Len, Minnesota. 924 II D. BUOWN, AXD COLLECTING AGENT. IIoBicsteads my office, "iate pints.kept fca huriU.' fhlbrination by latter ox' otherwise, furnished gratis. INSURANCE. I represent first-class Fire, Life, and Csisunlly Insurance Companies. 1 Tlie And Repr F rates Insu sse -j Established 1868. T J. HOGAN, WHOLESALE GROCER and COMMISSION MERCHANT. General Agent for the different Powder is, j. S; ft 4 c- -T i- -i .w-'- i f fl, r ..6 .7 tC Ely's Single and Doubla Water-Proof Caps Patent Shot, Hogan's Block, Front Street, 85yl La Crosse, Wis. COLTON WIIELPLEY, Dealers in AND treet, -to. Agency for School Cooks, Smith's Amer- ican Organs, Prang's Amerionn Crotnos, Howe's Su'ving Machines, and I.nmb's Knitting Muchiups. 87yl tAN Wholesale Dealers in Foreign and Domestic LIQUORS, BOTTLED ALE, PORTER, 4c., No. 4, Front Street, X _V. Sprague'a Drug onJ liook Store. George Whitman is jxisty, a a arce, and well selected stock of all kinds of goods, jfliicH'be wijl ofFcY LOWER THAN ANYBODT DARE SELL. Come and see niy new stock. Vou can buy mors goods of tae for O zx o ID o 1 1 ja, i than at any other place. Remember that is the place to .buy your goods. Atony, July H, 1870. TJECK FARNHAM, Contractors for HOUSE BMIBBING GENERAL" JOINER WORK. Shojyplj Washingtpivstreet, north of Clark. G. KELLAll, Albert Lea, Has tho Government field notes of Frcsbom county. Office with A. G. Wedge, Union Block. RAMSDELL'NORWAY hare 'taken the agency for the sale of Iho above Oats in Freeborn county, will bo found at; the store of A. White, in Albert whore ternis and particulars will be given. Farmers desiring to ipro- cure.any of this "valuable grain for iseed w'illdo" wellto apply at once. 39t4 E. LOVELESS. ACME LINEN pv.bjic are respectfuTty' ifiVited to call and cs-' amine these useful little instvuineuts and be convinced pf their oven-al} other methVda'Vf marking "clothing, bed and table linen, books, -cardd, Grrciii- lars, mailed free to any address. Far- ire' Jfag Key inado 'to Srijf jr.- at-, Austin, Minn. 87yl PO. Grocer liiil TJeater in Green, Dried, and Canned Fruits, olioice brands of Cigars ftnd Tobacco, Foreign and Domestic Wines Lifjuori, Ac. 28 Bridge Owatonna, Minn. ed iiojiso, contnioing fStctbtes. BAUUKN Ijr Having purchased tlie new and commo- dious stable of A. K. Davis, t.ikes this occa- sion to eay to his old friuuds and [jutrona, that lie h'ns opened a down upon thundered the Indians. Shuuts and yells hurst around. At la-si uur volley burst m thunder upnn them. The effect was terrible. Many must have been wounded or killed, judging by the awful ur.rjur that For a time there was a confused hubbub of sounds, llorsca were trampling men c.ilfins; groans were mingled with cries f.f During all this time we fired at intervals whenever wehearda sound. our auanuuilion. and uot willing to waste a shot. At Jast there ar, se a wild tramp of tho S'iUii.1 moving away from us. and Eoeuiiiij: (o show tin.I our ene- u.ies had retired b-iilLd from tlie assault. Yet we afraid of fouie plot. Grignun made us keep our watch, and all that niuht we laj- on nur avais. ex- every mouiesit to hear die In- dian veil which announced the assault of tin-. After a lung night, which, seemed in- .-iwncd. As tho and will be ready at all times to supply or- ders for single or double rigs, accordinit 10 the wants of his friends. Stable near the Webber House, Albert Lea, Minu-. Q 58 USTIN MARBLE YARD. ffi Manufacturers of and Dealers in all kinds of MONUMENT'S, MANTLES, FURNITURE TOPS of tho best AMERICAN FOREIGN MARBLES, Orders from abroad, or Uiroiigb our agents, will meut with.prompt attention. Yard and Show Rooms on south side of Public Square. A.USTIS, MINN. L, W. MAJTX, Agent, Albert Lea; Minn. 3- M. EUI.LIVAN. D. 0. BEA11LE. Vwatonna Jflnrbte BULLIVAN S.EARLE, Manufacturers Dealers in AMERICAN nnd ITALIAN MARBLE, CEMETERY PORTS' and 'NITURE MARBLE. All work done in the neatest ar- tistic nianrier. Orders taken for Scotch Granite Mouuments, manufactured in Ab- erdeen, Scotland artd fui-riisbed at cst possible rates, on six or eight- months' notice. Street, North of Public Square OWATONNA, J. Van Deusen, Agent. art' hereby warped 'against cutting or tiax- section 25, tgwa 108, pi'OEcecuite according to teriDtiiabU', morning light illumed the plain we looked anxiously for our enemies, but saw nouo whatever. We took :v hiisly break fast, und then deliberated on what we ought to do. Grignon gave it HS his opinion the Indians were 3'ei i i the neighborhood und wnre waiting to uttaok us en the march, lie thought: tha' it wi uld. bo best to w lit at h'nst nnother Wu all yielded to hi opinion, and wailed as beat we CO -ild. After a few hours, at about 10 o'clock. ten or a dozen hrr.-emen appeared over a hillock in tha distance, riding slowly toward us "They-wish to have a said Gii.ino.i. "Some of you step forth, and see what they want. I wish to have a lit.tle to say, but will wait." One of our men was selected, and went outside of our inclosure tooieet fchom. Meanwhile Grignon lifted a trunk out of the wagon which belonged to him, drew' it outside, aud busied him- self coolly in arranging and turning over the things. Our representative stood outside wait- ing for tire Indians. Ten of them dis- mounted and .walked ttoward us in a friendly manner, while the rest held the horses. One of tham addressed our men in broken English. The Indians, he said, did not want our lives. wanted powder. They were.Tery much iu war, t of bul- lets. One of us said in low voice that bullets were the only thing they would get from us, byt the Indiana did not hear him. Our, representative refused very mildly.. talking with one another. advanced toward them. H.e .whispered something in a low ypico'tpbur representative, who im- mediately, withdrew. Grignon then stood facing tholndians. Are you the captain 1" .said the spokesman of the Indians, suddenly, as he noticcil "No, I'm the medicine man; you can't shoot, these men, or theso horses j I save them." The Indians ..translated this to his companions, who burst out into roars of laughter. :s looking.aMiadily at Indian, and1 'J h-i Indian ilivd five iho'.s. i times s ruining to liis brc-ast. and Eotnetimes From hia face, rtuj caul time he handed it to tho Indij-n. Thu otlu-r Indihrirf wero uov? in state of will j Tlu-y all shoot if they i said Gregnon, and saying this, he j to his trunk, drew out nine pistols, and j coming up to them, pri-cc-tded tj luac! each one. IFe the powder j put it in, then tlie wadding and bullet. and Uio Indians him do it. lit- i handed a pistol to i.-aeli on leading Suddenly, rijje of tbe.-je fellows took' j aim. and firtd. G rr-mn-u, without j to have noticed Lim. rais-.d his hand t and .sec-tni.d to catch a bulifit from his j i'lTvln-.-jd. II-j tiiii toward thi- ludiiin. who picked it up with uti air of j reports sounded" in rapid sue- j {.trillion ofT his ha( and up to the Indians To their uar.z-j- meiit eight hullttj! wero in h-it ICueh man took niid ".t il in wonder. JDj you nix- agajjj Grisinon. 1 hoy all oxpros.-'iid a tu Well, hand uie the To ihe.'r the gone. They looked ut one aiiuther in wonder You see." s.-iid Grignon, they fired the pistols at me, loo; and I lowed them." ''Swallowed them." faltered the In- dian, and he told this to his astonished companiuns. do you want Indian noddjJ. Whereupon Grignon opened hia i. aud drew a pi.-u-l ap- j. from his throat. Another ful- lowed. Then he f rtb. a third. thi'n a ft.ui'tb. and so on until he hud i drawn forth the eighth pistol I'roni his j while the Indian stood looking on in utter bewilderment. I After tbiri Griguon calmlv drew forth j six or eight more pistols, then a num- bur of cartridges, and finally a carbine 1'ru the medicine said he j The fiidian said not a wi-rd. I -Do you want to fire lie. nnd he offered the pistuls to the In- dians. i They shrank back in li.-nr-r. Gripnon the pistols, and carbine over to us, and BUiilc'J bo- uiuniuitly on the astonished ssvages. llo thiiii shook his hand. A knife i'cll out ui" the pal.n. Aii'-th- cr follcwedj aud another. lie shook three uiore out of his lull linn-l. anil i drew a score or so out of hia cars. Perhaps you would like something to drink said he. smilingly, to the Indian who spoke Knsjl'sh. Tlio. savrvjx? looked at. hiui su.spiciouslv you havu 7 JUim, brandy, gin. whitikey, ale. portir, vino, or The Indian brightened uy-, nnd spoke to his fellows. They all preferred whiskey. asked the Indian to lend him a loose blanket which he wore. The Indian took it off doubtfully. Grignon shook it; a bottlu rolled out. He j shook it again a glass fell out. lie shook it a third time nine more tum- blers fell out. Finally, he hhook it again a corkscrew tumbled down. Will you take it raw or with wa- ter asked Grignon, as he proceeded to unscrew the cork. The Indian said nothing. that gocd asked Grigno.n, as he poured out a glass. The Indian smulled it su.-pioiously. Then he tasted it. The taste was j enough.' He drank it all off. smacked his around triumphantly on j his companions, and out hie j glass for moro. At this all tho. other encouraged by this experiment clamored for .gome. Grignou poured away from his bottle. Each one drank and wanted more. But Grignon shook his Not now.'' ha said fo the spokes inan. I'll give you a bottle apiece to carry home with you." And going up' to tho [.blanket shook out a dozen bottles of iho same kind as the last. By this time tho Indians worn in the jolliest mood conceivable. Before I give you any more." said he, let me uuiko you so that you will not get drunk." He walked up to the first Indian, and took .his hand in each of his, and looked at him steadfastly in" the oycs for time. Then he stroked his blows and left him this he did to each. The Indians had got all over suspicion, and merely expected that something goqd was coming. So they allow him to do as he chooses. stood off a little dis- tance, a'nd in voice ordered thcm all to look at him. Whether they un- derstood or not made uo difference. They certainly all did look' at him. I had Been plenty o'f experiments be- fore in mesmerism and clcctrti-feiology, so that the present scone did not eur- i_ -.'i'.-i uh.-.-iui was dispelledu. >T- p buck from one another, and a tionkas, like KO Suddenly they all bcgap to though they were suffewog, toiise'cold. They gattcrea kets elowely around 1 t chattered aud every limb tremblW. In an instant they ware though suffering from MM, drawing difficult 'breaths, .gasping tod flinging off those bat u moment before they had wrapped M> tightly about thcm. This then passad. They began to bark like dogs. wont down'on al! fours, aad CTiaetttqf imagined that they were of the caniM specie. Thov lluiij tried to imitate the tion uiid croaking of frogs. After thin they went through too namcixus to mention. The two Lidiiiiis who held the looked ou in horror, and it'ii what to do. They would have fled fright, bin'dared not leuve behind. Grignon frowning bruws, watching uproar, Lij.acll' the prr-t.; ding spirit of the BOCM! My jns were confounded. Erea suiiic as they afterward told me. thought that Grignon-Iras the devil. At last Grigrion gave a loud shout. Tha Indians fel 1 flat on the ground. Tb'-v lay then; for some time U if' dead. Th'ju Grignon waved his arms, and they r travelers on that route were d ni't see." haid I how you man- to do th'iso tricks on tho open ur-..und. any Only rl-.ii.isy ij.rformers use said lu. 1 C'.uid have done far more things, but they would have i.'-_cn thrown uway on those savages. I'll my for San h did for, of all, the wig.. ;ii Js, ennjurers that ever visit-, (i th Uol'Jcn Stafu, noneliave woe o.ieii or eseitiid.such wonder, ai my THE srilution of tho questiou whether wuiiuin equal to man depends very much V.-K-.J the is. look, mother." aaid a lit- tle boy, goes an My son. vui sh-.uld nut make eport of the poor man yuu caii4iot tell to what ex- ,T How many feet long was asked a person of a who had just related a story of his en- counter with a boa killed by him. One hundred and ninety-two was ihe reply; snakes have ao feet." THE Siamese Twins should have f pronoun coined for their special use. A letter from t.hcun reads thoa NVe arc no better than when you heard from me; my arm pains un Yerj mui.-h now, und wo are, very restleM Tin: flashy owner'of a crow-bate BpU was complaining to spine bystandeh that ho did not know''What' was tn {NEWSPAPER! kept constantly en Corner of TFater Stre ;