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Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard (Newspaper) - January 24, 1889, Albert Lea, Minnesota Enterprise ALBERT LEA. MINN., JANUARY 24, 1889. NEMAN BLACKMER, ''AN1> F0tt SA1'K- ALBKRT a. Minn. WM. C. Me ADAM, 1 AWYKK. OFFICK OVKK HKWITT'Jl j Albert l.m_Mliiii. I E. C. STACY, We Talk Business! Give Us Attention! AT LAW AND COI.LKC but you must have good Foot O. H. OLSON, M U Afl A.NJJ SUKUKO.V iMencv Aye., In Wllnox (nriii.-r residence. G. A. SrtVENSON pHVSICIA.N AM, Ml'lHiKllX OKFICK DR. H. H. WILCOX, AMI SUIKiEON, ALB6KT I W. C. MERRILL. DK.VJ'ltiT. OFKICK OVKK ft .lenson ilnif Alhcri l.i-a, Minn. APOLLO COMMANDERY STATED CONCLAVES OF APOI I U w ear. To reduce our Winter Stock we will now give you bargains that will make you smile. We offer Overshoes, Felt Boots, Personal Property Taxes. Anderson, J K Anderson, Ellef.! Armstrong, John Armstrong, Hugh 12 89 Anderson. Airs 0 7 Andersoii, AndrV X :a Brown, W M 49 Brown, Wm M Bakieu, Lars A Berjiesou, II. Beede, Freedom.' HARTliSD. John T Johnson, Knnt Johnson. Ambrose Knutsou, Kittle Krueger, Frank.. Killer, Henry... Knutson, Ole. Jumtson, Lewis Knution, Kuut. I-ee, Oluf. 4 II 70 .1 95 i 13 4 si 'i 79 f, 7C i Bnckson, John. 10 (B Braki-e, .John.... 051 Bale, AnfinO iJ Batke, O G v Borgen. Louis 14 Christiansen, A.. I a! Lynne', P 'r, Lrane, o j.........1 J Slorin, Mmer.ON.......... i ic Matiiias.Aug........ -K Madson, Andrew. 6 50IUndrewO 120 Asleson, John.. Abbe. Krwl..... Ash, Klliut.. Anderson, x i: Asleson, Anderson, Thor Aaw-n. ErickO Andreasou, V. Anlinson. Ule. H. S. MAI.I.KHV. Kec'ord'er. I. O. 0. F. A I.BKKT I.KA LOWJK NO. Cl I (J W K.hold regular Monday even Iransleiitbroltifrscordiallv Invited H. MENEKKH. SMI! FREEBORN COUNTV BANK H. AKMSTRONU, 00' Albert Lei. Ml m I. BOTSFORD, Real Estate AND COLLECTIONS, ALBERT LEA, MINN B'CKKNBACH HARNESS r-ii House: bouse and lot in College addition; twelve lots In the Park. ThlrtAddluSn One- "iirrt down, ami balance on time. Inquire of I. RE J. E w. 1. OR SALE-HEN ACBES ONF from Post Offlce In Alber hen well, I. BOTSFORD. HORATIO FITCH, And all kinds of Winter Goods, AT WHOLESALE PRICES! Sure as you live. Call and get Fitted. Wemn Berg, Broadway. w DON'T FORGET -----THAT orrrpy A____ rout may hear ,verv ar, ,linving M GAGE, HOLLAND HAYDEN CORNER. li I G i'i Coniield, j-> !c Christop'rs'nAune 5 44 (-'ram, K F...... 4 Cram, E E....... Uonovan, Ed Donovan, K.Sr.. 5 Donovan, John..' 54 Donahue, Mrs J... 145 Donovan, Thos. 17 45 Donovan, Richard 50 Enckson, Carl...... l 07 Erickson, Edward 6 Htzgerald, It.... ]0 04 r any, John..... 6 74 Farrlll, Wm W.' 34 Gulbrandsoii, Ed., c n Gormsrud.Andr'w '2 55 Uuttromson, John 7 48 Gaffney, Thos.... 10 73 Orov, Lars...... 71 Huser, G in Hagen, G 75 Harrison, A....._ -g Hanson, Fredrick ig tlanson, Ole....... s Bendrickson, C Katie, John........'. G 5 Jorpedal, A......... 4 4 Hagen, N C......... f Houdik. W. 5 q; Huser, H G luser, JohnG i ngvaldson, T 4 l 7 akobson, I.........w o ngebngtson, C.. 7 27 nuebrigtson, J... i ohnson, Peter i 4 p ohnson, J........... ohnson, Thor...... 4 enson, J...... ohnson, C C.'.'.'.'.'.'" li ohnaon.Live...... 558 ohnson, John L 1 2s 'hns'n.M'rp'yiCo 9 65 ohnson, John JI 1 s7 ohnson, John C. 5 oo ohnson, Ole....... 7 04 I us 1 TO 4 SO 15 53 McColley, EA. i McColley, Geo. Narveson, Anton., l 59 Nolan, B w... r, if, Nilson, AO... ifr. Nygaard. SO......' i-it, Nelson, B.......... 14 70 Nass, Peter........... e 05 Ostr'odiSamuelsn 15 04 Onstad, Ole......... 40 Olson, Jlat......... 7 95 Olson, R M......... .1 49 Olson, Nels......... c, 39 Olson, C P. 7-j Olson, j Pierce, A P........ Pierce, S E........ Phipps, Frank Pederson, Ole J. Pederson, Nels Purdie.AS........ Purdie, Quirck, Jas........... 7 15 Reynolds, F......... 55 Bogn, Andrew..... i Hugroden, PC.... 7 fiugroden, 51 C... n 79 Rodseth, M......... n Ravn, PJ........... 10 Rice, John......... 5 01 Bice, Segrid...... 18 Rue, Ole K......... go Rue, John J.. 75 Sibelrnd, JC..... 2 15 Stensrud, John A 5 40 StJohn, John...... a 54 Schwinke, Eobt... Samuelson.Torger Sovli, 1................. 90 Sibelrud, B U...... 4 39 Sibelrud, H C......12 60 Sheldon, C.......... 3 oo Shager, P P.........n at jamnelson, Nels.. 5 73 Samnelson, lewis 4 3t Seth, IE............ 727 :imon6on, B 0..... 9 IG Thomas, J.......... 5 on Wulff, H M......... 13 63 Wagaer, Bros...... 10 71 "l Baker. Jacob liickf.jrcl, Chas Baker. John...... C'hristopherson H Christop'son, H Converse F .1 Carey, Connor, K 14 Chamberlain, c" Chamberlain !i Chamberlain..in Chamberlaili, D.I 4 1........ i; Emru'd, 1-lhngson, K.. 5 Fosiuin. S O Fossuin. 1-ossurn, Peter O Fisher, li F...... Fossurn, OP Foley. Xels li Fliiidt, OH Khndt, John. Grasdalf-n, Lars Grotsund, OleH Gilbertson, Ed Gustolson, Cari Gustafson. L 4 6'' Hopkins, ED.... HUlebrand, John Hall, Daniel. Huber, Pms.. Hoelsoher. H Hallum, K.I Houdek. Jos Harty, E. Hallum. ,1 L Hall. Ed. Johnson, Aniiind Johnson. Chas Jacobson, H.... Johnson, MASCHESTKR. Jonlill Olt! J...... Johnson, i Johnson, Johnson, Jenson, -MarthaU .len.son, Jas... 5.01! .lohnson, A M I'i.SS Kittelson, H..... j Kiiinlson. T...... Kniidson, Kntidson, Knud Ijrkin, II.I I-ee, GK. Lvlicck. EA. Maryland, (i .1... Kd. M .Moen. A 5.S7I -Morrison. Ole K. fi.fli I X S. l.L'S Norton. K A..... j Nelson. X........ Noble, K......... Nelson. K'rnil..... Xelson. i...... Nubruil, oil- J Olson. -Mads..... Olson, ole M..... I'eterson.C Estate Peterson, oie. Rodsater, Iver A. Ifuinsey, Hans... Hebble, Anton... Sippel, Anton.... L..... Slette, Peter O.. Skjesgerud, Nc Sipple, Frank... Severson. John. 1.27 2.25 li.SS il.03 li.44 O.M 3.15 5.85 3.38 3.04 4.49 2.08 5.05 fi.2l 5.02 4.67 11.14 1.4S .05 5.S7 5.11 11.40 I.U3 5.48 NO. 4. About County Superintendents. .Mr. Kiehle repeats again his criti eisras of tHe present method of selecting superintendents, ami his tioiis, m the following laiwiase- because, therefore, of the importance Uo, callrttaS! tioii to tlie serious embarsasments winch superintendents of counties suf- at popular elections, at times when all the agencies of partv inojiidice personal enmities, and per- sonal ambitions conspire to obscure a sound judgment, and prevent a carefu selection ot an ortieer who is thoroughly competent to discharge the duties of the office. As a result, efficient super- intendents are often displaced when most useful, and the best are greatly tempted to secure themselves in their positions by methods more political hen educational. All these things the of sl- Sipple, Dennis... Seinmingson, E.. Svennineson, Ole Sweet, w See, Martin...... Smith, BS....... Thompson.MrsSO Tukua. 0......... Thoresou.T...... Tykesou, K Tavlor, OJ...... Tykeson, GT.... Tliorson, Syvert.. Thorstensdn, A.. Tykesou, Toenges, P...... Vandegrift, T A. Wangen, Nels.... 11. 16. Whitney', Si.'..'.'! Whiternore, li... Boe, A 1...... Bagaasen, o G Baker, WH......' Bagaasen. SO.... Berg, JH....... Bagly, AK..... Bagly.GK..... Bagley, KG...... Bjornson. Lars. Brown, Else.. Bertelsou, >f p lasen. Ole 0. 10.99 KICELAND. Jorgenson, Jorg'n Jorgensen. Ole.. Knutson K....... Knudson, Ole R. Knndson, K R.. Lysne. Ole O..... Lea, Ole A....... Larson, Nils..... Larson. C........ 0.191 Larson, 1....... 2.14 XcNish, Wm L Miller, Julius... .Nelson, XII 1.49 3.13 .11 1.2 3.4 .4 4.4 We Pay 18c for Salted or Unsalted Butter! We pay 7 1-2 cents for Live Turkeys! We PaV Fl've cents for Live Chickens! WE WANT CHOICE BURBANK AND EARLY ROSE POTATOES At 20 cents. We are___ 01 New York, the Largest purely Fire Lleht- Company In uie, worla. JHas paid over ooo for nvan tnti T A.... S. Hoau uvcr 101 Losses; has over 400.000 policies out among farmers. Insures against Fire, Liiltiiig, Wiinsiorms am Tornadoes! Best and Cheapest. Rice County Nursery! OF FARIBAULT, MINN. CUTTING PRICES CLOSE On all Winter Goods. U'f'AVK Filled Orders for this Reliable Nur- ls years, ana knows It canbede- r'uarantee Satisfaction with HORATIO FITCH, Aliten, Klnn. 50 Crate IB 18 Gmte w Pair, Gillrupfc-Gilbert, We have a Choice Onions we are Helling at 2n C per pound. Sugar Cured Hams 10 Cents." pails, 10 Cents. LOW PRICES ON DRIED FRUITS! Weight, full Measure, and fair Dealing Gage, Holland Hayden. GIVE US A CALL. I LOANS aD4 CGLLECTMS, i Farms for Sale and to Rent. CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE! We have some genuine bargains In Real Estate. Come and see us. Abstracts Furnished Promptly SSTapers, such as Deeds, Mort- gages, Leases, carefully and promptly drawn. Loans Negotiated at Low Rates. COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY. Morln's building, north of court H. D. BROWN CO., nf llhppt IPQ 111 niUull Luu, DOES A GENERAL I Banking Business! dtty Property ana Farms for Sale. Money to Loan! TN a stong. durable and workmanlike manner X We have the hest machinery, the best work a 'n0ur g 'n0ur IY ANn WKr aSg PKOMF I.V AND WELL. HP-Satisfaction guarantee Protect your Buildings with IRON DOORS M SHUTTERS. We make all kinds at bottom prices. Highest CASH price paid forOLI) IRON Patronize home manufacturers, forwewoVkio ures, orwewoko patronage. Shop in rear of Palmer's Brick, J. G. BRUNDIN. at a Kateofln- H. ANTON HANSON, PAPER HANGER, Calcimining and Painting. Work Done In Latest Styles and Gn.ar- ill Orders win inem proipi Aneinoi. -----PRICES REASONABLE___ ASTOX HASSOJi, Shop Second Door West of Hewitt's Store. THE WAR IS OVER Kun ha, We are a.d arefcd to ,t Imer.tin, Boots, Shoes, OVERSHOES AND RUBBERS, udereon, Anfln ndersen, Iver Arneson, AC......' Anderson. Kels Anderson, Andr'iy Anderson, Keis Anderson, J c AUeson, Anderson, John John Bjerke, Hans A'" Baiken, Lars J Bothum, John Bergerson, Jacob Bothnia, AS Harness, Elling 6 Bothun, S P. Bothum, Iver J Bott'ls-n.P'rnillaG Bottelson.Guttr'm Bottelson, Ole G.. Bottelson, Iverine BE..... Bottelson, Iver E Barloiv, A, Jr.. Barlow, J H. Barlow, A, Sr Blair, Bugge, HT..... Uinke, Fred.... Olinte, Leo H.... Christenson, llads Chrfetenson, Km C Christenson, P C Christenson, Mart IHvyer, Henry...... Dills, C H Dills, English, Thos B.. English. Wm..... Eggleston, B......... Field. OleK....... Frost, JC.. Frost, L D........'.' Foil, John L.....__ -Fixen, Nels O Frost, PaulP.......'. Foli, Louis 0___ Ciunderson, Carl.. Gunderson.Berget Guttromson, Thor Gulbrandson, Ole Gulbrandson, G O Gisleson, Ole...... Gulbrandson, Gunderson. G'hri'l Gisleson, OleO.... HalTorsen. M......' Hoidal.JohnP.. Hanson. Stener Helle, OleJ......'" Hewitt, ME.....'. Hermunds'n.John Hermundson, B .1 Hopkins, Geo W... Hanson, Ole S Hove, Elling j Hermundson, S Hanson, Ole...... floium, B.I......... Haugen, Knut T Hanson, Hans Iverson, Thos...... .Tacobson, Louise.. Jerve. Anon 0......' Jermundson, Ole JensJl... Johnsrud, E......... Johnsrud, G......... Johnson, Ole........ Johnson, Lars.... Jenson, J P......... Jenson, Jens A.... Jacobson, ChrisL Jacobson.Soren .Tens... Jenson, Nels P P Jenson, HP BANCROFT. 6 a 4 7C t 5 0 J 4 4 3( 1. 4 or 40 5 2 36 4 81 494 40 5 2 60 4 1 70 1 01 5 S3 1 75 51 1 60 90 I 21 4 02 567 220 03 Jenson, Ole E...... Johnson, OleH.. Jacobson, Olaves Kiel, C P. Luther, A J........'. Loomis. H R..... Lund, Christ.... Lein, MC Luther.Fl'rence M Moen, 0 A......... Mithum, OleO.... Mortenson, Mads Mickelson, H___ itickelson, Lars Mlekelson, M.. Madson, Nels..... Madson, Christ.... Martinson, J Jloen, AO....... Nelson, Ole......... S'esbaug, T......... kelson, Ole... kelson, O.......'." srelson, Jens P <eISOn, "Varreson, A 0...... N'elson, Anne... Nelson, Christ... Vygaard, Ole J. fan'eson, C......... N'arveson, Ole...... 31son, Hans......... A.... 'Ison, Knud......'_ Ison, Andrew__ strander, H N... Keson, Nels... hnstad, AM..... Ison, Vetle......... Ison, Gilbert...... ederson, Christ., ederson, Hnna ederson, DanieL. ederson, Nels.... iokett, EK....... eterson, Peter.... ederson, Syrer... ederson.PederH venvolden. J 0.. venvolden, O 0.. ofehus, Iver H oss, J H...........'. nderson, John. yve, AO.......... renson, C......... ndberg, NT.... venson, Ole........ 3 S4 671 1! 41 7 41 Sftl 5 55 3 80 C 12 1 OS 1 V, 2 1 1 5 1 4 G 9 2 9 1 4 4 2 2 2 7 7 25 0 4 00 5 40 40 7 15 1 7 6 0 Swenson, Anton o' 3 Sigurson, Mary Sigurson, Thor. Sindalson, Ole C... Skophammer, M P Skophammer, H P it r 161 Skophammer, P J 10 Skaugh. A H. Slater, Stegen, Ole P. Selsted.TO Selstad, Ole Selstad, H O.... Slater, Jos.......... Thoreson, Hover.. 1 US (f, 04 82 4 10 590 4 02 2 tevens, WJ. 7jT trandskov, II Mathiasen j, t- Maricle, L Marlcle B............ Maricle, E..... Massle, Mrs A w' Nelsou, A Nelson, K Nelson, J............ Nelson. L. Ovid, PJ. Olson, Seven. Peterson, M.... Peterson, Jacob Peterson, Jens Peterson, Peterson, H..... Peteraon, R Peterson, H....I" Peterson, LS.. Peterson, Chas Rasm'ssen.MaryK Rasmussen, c Kasnrassen, Nick Strandskov. C C Scriver, Wm. Sweet, LC. Skov.JP.... Street, A H........ Skov, JA.... Sweet, Mrs H Thompson, M Tellet, P....... Wells, O., IValker. Wm li' 11 C i' 9. 1 3! 4 6: 7 7- 6 2 01 IS 5J 859 :i -17 2 89 4 S9 68 5 S2 901 58 !i GO 20 520 2M 929 as 10 .16 G 41 4 68 C'2 271 3 47 47 99 241 1 42 fi 73 1 10 Anderson, E___3 l nderson. H___ nderson, C H.. Anderson, C..... Arneson, E...... Baardson, P J... Baardson, John.. Burke, J H...... Christiansen, NO Connor, M....... Christiansen, C.. Conlin, E H...... Carlson, A....... Christiansen, P.. Cashman, JI..... Christenson. Jens Ditterson, J C... Erickson, K...... Egge, A A....... Enckson. Elleud. Flesche. BO... Farry, P......... Fitzgerald, K.... Fitzgerald, John. Fitzgerald, P..... Gregerson, J..... Hemmlnsson, P.. Harty, Wm...... Harty, K......... Henderson. C... Hanson, C...... Harty, M........ Harty, Julia..... Harty, J......... Harty. D......... Hanson, Peter... Hanson, Peter... Hanson, R P___ Hanson, Paul___ Jensou, J. Peter. Jenson, Horen... Jenson, J J...... Jenson, A A... Jenson, Neils... Jenson, Hans... Jenson, Lars P. Johnson, C C... Johnson, J C... Johnson, EC... Johanson. P__ Jenson, Jens... Jorgenson. M C. Johnson, M C... Jacobson, OleC. Jorgenson, J C. Jenson. U C.. Klevbenr. C K.. Kelley, '.M....... Keiley, Sarah... Larson, Jens A. Lawson, Jas___ Lawson, N...... Larson, Ole...... riiompson, 1.78 rhoreson. Asli> i .78 Waaler, i o Wifrdal, Olr- X..' .24 Wangen, Ole O. 5.4: Wangen, Hans o Winjum, Ellinir o Wollnrn, Thor i! Wi-uin. AS... Winjum, Ole.J. K. Wangen, Ole 1C.. Winjum, Mary... BATH. Larson, J I'...... Lugeson. A E__ Lonergan. Jus... Larson, N P. Larson, Neils Mellhus, T A..'..' Nelson, L C...... -J.S4 Nielson, C....... 401 Neilson, Han9 C. 78 Nielson, Jens.. 4 if Nelson, John. 17 Nolan, John.... 5 Nolan. Dennis.. <i :x Nelson, O P. Nelson. Christen. Nilson. Lars. Nelson, Jens Nelsou, Martin.. Nygaanl, S O 1.09 4.44 .12 2.24 1.92 1.63 2.05 7.07 .88 5.14 r.lss 2.05 3.52 4.09 2.65 2'23 1.29 2.73 1.94 5.C7 .'i.05 1.68 10.14 4.01 1.11 tt'e Know More About It. Bed Wing Advani'e-Sim. contract between the Red Wine Duluttt Sioux City Construction Co.'. Penn. by the terms of which the'latter named parties were to build that por- lon ot the Buluth road between this city and Albert Lea has been annulled and Messrs Keating Berry have left or their homes at Pittsburg, Penn Ihe construction company will now msh up the road to Zumbrota and op- rations with that end in view will be- fm at an early day. The rails have een ordered and are expected to arrive 0011, and should the weather continue or a tew weeks as favorable as at pres- nt, trams will probably be running here to Zumbrota by the middlf latter portion of February if not etore. This will prove welcome intel- :e to the people of Zumbrota and of that place who will be much llue St Panl connections inch will thus be opened up to them. 'lie Inestimable Benefit of Bnildiii" and loan Associations. s oneer Press. The building Hssoemtion has taken the place, in this communitv, of the savuigs bank. The first and ail-absorb- ng desire ot our people is to own the homes which they inhabit. Such own- ership is not only tts tangible an ac- cumulation of property as a .bank ac- count, but it is subject to progressive increase with the rise in the vniiie of real estate, and it eliminates' or turns into saving the i-ostly rent charse -therefore it is that we have something' over lorty building societies in this city, each doing a flourishing business each offering help to the man of modest means, antl each assisting in the build- ing ot the city by making loans that foreign capital would not touch at all or would iiirnish only on heavy com- mission. The affairs of these companies are exceedingly well managed. Those in charge of the practical direction of them are always among the heaviest stock- holders, whose interests are involved along with the others in a prudent management. They pay no high salaries, need no expensive, parapher- 4.89 nalia, and make the maximum of profit for stockholders at the minimum of cost to borrowers. For a certain class ot people, and that is a very large class m the cities of Minnesota, the building association is of inestimable advantage and benefit. 2.24 1.74 1.00 2.11 2.14 1 .12 1.74 Ill 2..1C 1.7S Nygaard.C.... Olson, Olson. Niols...... 3ttesonr Jens___ 3vri, John Dlson, Guttorm.. Opsahl, Anne. Opsahl. Ole 0 Pierce, D A.....! Peterson, Lewis. Peterson, John. Peterson, Jens.. Paulson, Jens p. Eterson, N P. Peterson. Chas.. 'eterson, Geo... 'eterson. J w... "eterson, Hans. Jaulson, 31 J. 'edersou, Thos 'ederson, H P.. 'eterson, Jens C. lasmusson, Hans lasmusson, N P Jasmusson, GK. iasmusson, Jens lasmusson, Nels Iasmusson, A... iasmusson, C kjrenson, S 0 Sullivan, Patrick. Mieehan, Jas. heehan, M... heehan, John J. igurson, I...... eruni, J M....... nllivau, John J tadhem, Etulre ofte. Jhor J.... hompson, Thos horeson. T T old. John A. 4.40 I.i.65 .1.1 4.00 4.40 .V43 l.W 11.71 1.23 .1.81 1.41 3.61) 10.31 Let I ing the Staffing Out. Austin Democrat. In the Transcript report of buildine published last week, there appeared about six houses which were built in and published in last year's report JLhere were also two or three doublets" r or instance, the house of D. W Clark at and J. Cota at we guess is one and the same building. It is lo- cated on Railroad street, northwest of the eating house, and was first quoted 111 the Democrat at 82.500-and appears afterward in the Transcript the same Ihe marble works building, 83.000 was bmlt m '87. etc. Other errors which might be pointed out, would bring their amount down to about 8100000 Resolutions of Condolence. The following expressions of sympa- thy were adopted Sunday Jan 20 1889 by the Alliance: _We the members of the Young People's Methodist Alliance do hereby express our sor- row and sympathy concerning the loss hy death ol Miss Crace Merchant. We are filled with sorrow that one of our number should be so suddenly taken from ns We extend our deep and heartfelt sympathy o the parents and brothers In theirgreatanu sad bereavement. RealMnR from this sudden and unexpected death of one of the youngest of our members, hat at all times we may each of us sav as one one; ago said: "there is hue a step between me nd death." we renew onr Alliance pledges and iray that we may spend our lives, however brief ney may be. In the service ot our Heavenly Father, and then dwell with our Savior forever I.. DITTMER, Secretary. IOXR Usco.im. President. An Error Corrected. Editor Standanl: In the report of "Farmers' Mutual Fire insnr- nce Company of Bath" there was a ureat ustakc. Perhaps it was my fault, but I hope ou will be so kind to correct it this week. It as put down this way: "Number of policies ex- ired and ceased to be in force during the vear, It should have been Sffl SHS oo hat makes a great difference In the amount Respectfully. SOKES jArOBSON', Secretary (lark s drove. .Tan. 14. Bargains for All. A good second-hand organ cheap- new antique oak chamber suites only 820.00; nice iron bracket saw S7.50- a few coats and vests very cheap- pic- ture frames and oil paintings lower than ever. Remember our 5 and 10 cent counter is always full of useful every-day articles, also stationery and school supplies. We handle new and second-hand furniture and household goods, so if you have anything to buy or sell couieand see us. Money loaned on watches, jewelry, Intelligence othce in connection with the Second- Hand Store. We welcome you all. A. II. SQUIER. Gettysburg .Hade Plniu. A little book by Gen. Abner Double- day describing briefly and clearly this great battle-why it was fought, who fought it, and how it was done. With numerous maps and diagrams. In paper covers. 25 cents. Send post-paid ou receipt of price by the publishers The Century Co. 33 East 17th street' This is Wit, liy Grandmother Bastard. Austin Register. The Life is another newspaper ven- ture at Albert Lea. This makes three papers there. If this thing goes on much longer the Enterprise will be compelled to cut and the Standard to appoint a Day for taking stock, or else the Life that is in the other chaps will have ebbed. What is Sauce for the Goose Is Sauce for the Gander. Ked Wing Advocate-Sun. There are farmers in the portion of the state who are lelt equal! v as destitute by the failure of the cuops. as are the farmers in the northern por- tion. What will the legislature do for these southern Minnesota farmers. iWSFAPERl