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   Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard (Newspaper) - March 28, 1889, Albert Lea, Minnesota                                Enterprise I men VOL. xxxii. ALBERT LEA, MINN., MARCH -28, NO. 13. Ifi-nry A. MurKan. J.Trask. MORGAN A TRASK, I 'IVi'KSSOKS 111 I.OVKI.Y MHItUA.N. II Lawyers, lu (iulbiaiidsun HEMAN BLACKMER, I AWVEU. I.AMI i-'OK SAI.H. AI.BEHT i l.J WM. C. McADAM. I AWYKK. OKFU'K OV1CK HKWITT'B JJ store, Albert. Minn. _ E. C. STACY, A TTUK.NKY AT LAW AND COl.i.KCTION V Annuls. Ottkt on street. Albert '-Jinn. G. A. STEVENSON, PHYSICIAN AND Sl'HCliON. UKl-'ICK Yellow I'ronl Ston-. l.i-a, ______ i OH. H. H. WILCOX. i IJllYSK'lAN Sl'lHiKMN. AI.CKCT L'-a, olliri-in loniifrly or- -iiliiwj liy lir. JeiiM-n, nv.-r Sj.livr Jt-nWs 'inn; slur.'. W. C. MERHILL. Ol'TK'K HYKl: SJIICIT z. dnif APOLLO COMMANDERV. "I'.HK STATICII CONt 'LAVES OK AI'DI-LU -1- I will bi: lii-iU at asvlimi on tin- a! i-ach iiiiinili. nuii-it-inis Hir KniL-lils M-itfr conll'tlly i! KM. 'i. r. s. s. SUI.I.KUV, S BEATS THEM ALL! We have Determined to Clos e O ut! Our Stock as soon as possible, and in order to do so, we shall sell our Entire Stock of ,000.00 SEWS OF OIK SEKiHKOKS. FREEGORN COUNTY BANK. IOS. 11. riJKSIliK.NT. j.Vj.ijuy. AllH-rl l.i-a Minn lii-nt-r- i. li.Miraiiix a Spn-ialty. I. Caily, Cashier. Z. K. MALLERY, T Out Vai'il. ajfil V H. .M. track. a rv w Flietoiili Ha KFW FIXTURES! HEW INSIRUMENTS! FINELY FURNISHED BOOMS taken accorUiuj! to latest 1 ArlMriiKiriinalilyskillei "f many j.-ars' will .Mleii.l to al at ihft for I he v.Mrk I'l-nplefroiii the country a ;tr.- invne'l 1" call anil i-ur Sati n ijo W. D. FENHOLT i CO., Oppmite Itiinsnm Bro's Store. H. 0. BROWN CO., DOK.S A UKXEKAI. Banking Business! f Ci'ftjH-rtu Improved for Sfilx. Money to Loan! i )u KstatP Security at a Kate of In- RUOH'X CO. ALBERT LEA WORKS K, 1'rojirlftor, Dealerln all kinds of 1'OREIC.N and AMKRICAN Ta5le-Tops, Slelyes, Mantles, etc. J KKKK1' only the best workmen antlKoaran J tec la every respect. M. BESSINGER, Cor. (Mark and Washington Sis.. Albert Lea. BRUNDIN BROS., at Market! IiF.AI.KHS IN ALL KINDS OF Fresh and Salt Meats. We keep constantly on hand all kinds of aifl FisL The UEST BRANDS of OYSTERS at the lowest possible prices. JSfllonest weight and prompt delivery guar- anteed all our customers. Stand, on east side of Hroadway adjoining Anderson's restaurant. Brundin GR1PMAN BABBITT, -DEAI.KRS IX ICE and GRAYING. of- and At Cost and Below Cost. QURS is a Genuine, First-Class Stock. No job lots; no sheriff's or bankrupt shelf-worn goods. WE WILL BEAT ALL CUT PRICES. Our Terms must be cash. It will pay you to call soon. This Means Business. Wli KEEI' IN STOCK ALI, (JUAUTIE8 and grades of Wood and Coal, and will imply city and larmers' trade at lowest prices. coal always on hand. Wood sawed to order. GRIPMAN i BABBITT. Yard south of S. M. railroad track. Order Slate at T. V. Knatvold's and Owen Malmer's. PflPfTT? mny DC round-on nie at GPO. fHXEin, j.. Kowell Advertising Bureau (10 where advertising may bo for It In NflW VOlf BER Dwight's Old Stand. In Car-Load Lots! Arriving Every Day Direct from the Manufacturers and Biggest Wholesale Clotliine Houses of Xew York and Philadelphia, a MAMMOTH SPRING STOCK Of Men's and Boys' Best and Latest Styles of -C lo THIS is the result of my recent trip East, where I bought an Immense Quantity ol Clothing to Supply all of our Twelve Eetail Stores. Buying so Extensively I naturally was able to obtain remarkably Close Wholesale Prices, and such as will enable us to supply our Albert at Closer Figures than ever were known in this City. This pleasing fact we are prepared to prove to all who call on us. No Last Year Styles or Last Year Prices! We have an Unusually large line of Youth's. Boys' and Children's Suits. COATS, PANTS, and VESTS, FROCKS, Which we will Positively Sell at what the Material Alone would Cost, Our first year here was so remarkably successful that we are determined to give even Better Bargains in v 1889. We have found that the people appreciate good goods, close profits, and ONE PRICE TO ALL. ONE price to all still holds good, and it is plainly marked on every article. More than this: We Guarantee every article to be as represented, and if there is the east dissatisfaction or complaint in any case, we will take the goods back or make This is Square Dealing; it is right, and we have found he bargain good in cash. ihat it wins. We extend a cordial invitation to "all to call whether they want to Jtiy or not. The BOSTON QN? PRICE CLOTHING STORK, the Biggest in Southern Minnesota, IOBEI E, STEM, Prop'r. n-om Contemporaries --ItcniM of IntcrcMt anil Ideas Illus- tratlns Iioi-al lAfe. Chatlield Democrat. voted no license again tins year by a majority of 81. The .S. Webster shoat will nourish there another year. Jackson Republic. The papers all over the Xothwest are roasting the American Building and Loan Association of Minneapolis for swindling. Look out for the smooth agents. Spring Valley Vldette. Congressman JJunuellis in Washing- ton, nearly overwhelmed with appli- cations for otlice. Jjut he can stand it. nunnell is an old hand at bellows. He's been there before. Northwood Index. Miss Julia Peterson was down fro Albert Lea the latter part of last wee the guest of her 'Tilde John." says her mother likes Albert Lea eeedingly, and is doing well there. Uwatouna Journal. U'e understand Mr. P. Jirennan ha received a letter from (iov Ilubbart president of the Duluth and Red Win railroad, asking him if he could I ready to commence laving track withi a lew days. Austin Transcript. The marriage anniversary of Mr and Mrs. Chas. II. Davidson, wa celebrated at the Ilobinsou House 01 1- nday evening last. A number of thei friends enjoyed a plesant evening will them, after partaking of one of Robin son's noted repasts, which made th party most happy. I-ake Mills Star. A son of Ilalvor Thompson. Ii4 year of age, living in Manslield township Minn., has become insane and has beer wandering about the country for sev eral days past. He has been attending school for the past eight or nine years and it is thought studied too hard. His whereabouts are unknown. Mankato Free 1'ree. Mention was made a couple of weeks ago of .1 wolf having attacked a voung daughter of Peter McDermott in Hebron. The animal has since been killed and proves to be half dog and half wolf, bought from Montana by a .Blue Earth county man. It escapee and become a terror to the Hebron folks. It required seven bullets to dis- patch it. The girl is recovering. Fairmont Sentinel. Geo. S. Xichols says the way to bring 10 twine trust to time is for the I'reston Republican. A little powder and salt will lincl its way to the bosom of the pants of tlu> foppish young man who occasionally removes pickets from the fence of M. Taylor should he fail to reform. Mankato Free 1'ress. The daily papers of the twin cities have been mtericwing leading mer- chants and bankers on the business situation and all agree that for tlm next six or eight months business will be dull, and that nothing but a crop this fall can enliven it. Northwood Index. Mrs. John .Skinner and Mrs E M Kentield of Albert Lea are making Mrs. (ieo. Gardner's heart happy and light by an unannounced visit, having um the chance of taking the the drive to Xortlnvood in this beautiful weather. They return this week. the farmers to take the binders from their machines, put on a platform and with two men bind their grain as was done in the days of Marsh harvesters. It would not cost as much to hire two men to bind the grain as to pay 25c a pound for twine. This is a better idea than that of putting up the grain loose. Houston Signal. To-day every state in the Union and the railroad mail service, are lined with republican office holders: every depart- ment at Washington is three-fourths re- publican; the great post office in New York city is held by a republican; in fact every approach and avenue to po- litical preferment teems with republi- ollice holders, all in positions through the leniency and good nature of a dem- ocratic president. Preston Times. Thore Knudson, a resident of Foun- tain township, a stone mason by trade and aged 76 years, carried on his back unassisted, walking the entire distance fifty pounds of cement from Fountain village to Preston, a distance of six miles, in exactly one hour and a half Monday. Upon his arrival he im- mediately proceeded to repair a cistern for one of our citizens as though he had but just got up from the break- fast table. Northlield News: Frank Shinier shipped two cars of potatoes to St. Louis last week, and about the time they were well on the way, he received a circular from a com- mission firm of that city stating that choice tubers were worth from 18 to 20 cents a bushel. As he paid 25 cents for this lot last fall and the frieght and commission will foot up about 20 cents a bushel he would sell out his chance in the outfit for a very little coin and be glad of an opportunity to do so. lied Wing Republican. Forty-five carloads of steel rails for the Uuluth road were shipped from Chicago on the 13th, 14th and loth inst., and are expected here in a few days. The work of preparing the timber for the bridge across the Zumbro river will be done here and will commence this week The contract calls for the completion of the bridge by April 1. The work of completing the line to Zumbrota will be commenced as soon as the ground becomes dry. Wlnnna Republican. The Minneapolis Journal takes to task the Herald and "a few others ill- natured papers" which are opposed to the state of Minnesota descending to the role of a tricky real estate agent to secure real estate cheap for the benefit of Minneapolis, at the expense of the property owners. The Herald is opposed to the state buying a park at the expense of hundreds of thousands of dollars, and it is opposed to its acting as cat's paw for Minneapolis or any other municipality. Norlhwood Index. The ministers of the Albert Lea spec- ial conference of the Lutheran Synod churches are holding a three day's ses- sion at the residence of Rev. II. j. Strand. The members present are Rev. V. Koren of Washington Prairie foreman of the district; Revs. Strand and Torgerson of this county, Smeby and Jenson of Albert Lea, ISjorgo of Red Wing, and J chanson from the vicinity of Hampton, la. Wednesday was devoted to an open discussion of doctrinal matters, that session being held in tho Shell Rock church. The meetings are reported very pleasant. I'ioneer Tress. The people of this state are heartilv sick and tired of the demagoguism which conceives a fierce and destructive hostility to railroads and to all other forms of invested capital! to be a title to popular favor. What the people of this state, as in all new states need most is capital. They need it for a thousand enterprises which are neces- sary to develop the resources of the state, and they are heartily dis- gusted with the class of legislators who are perpetually contriving new measures for driving outer frighten- ing away the very thing which is most essential to the prosperity and well being of the people. Wlnnebajjo City Press-News. If the legislature persist in passing the 8 per cent, bill it should also, to make tilings work without friction, pass, so to speak, a companion measure compelling men with money to make loans, whether they desire "or not; in case of failure providing as a penaltv a term in the penitentiary. Challield Democrat Nothing pleads tlie heart of a young- ster so much as to think he was tlie ilrst boy to go barefooted in the spring or tlie first boy [O go jn swimming be- fore the ice is hardly out of the water. -Old you ever think" what a great snap it was to be a kid: nothing to worry about, no bills to pay, no coal to buy, and every day bringing but the next chapter in a continued picnic. I'Ipestone Star. Jt looks as if the twine monopoly would succeed in squeezing the farm- ers a good deal this spite ol 'heir kicking. An increase, from 11 cents to 25 cents, or more, on several million pounds ought to satisfy the greed of an ordinary trust. Of course wne of the farmers voted in favor of :ne tariff that protects the monopoly with its high rate on the imported sisal which is the larger constituent of the twine: lint as Elaine said, rusts are mostly private affairs. iumbrota-News. The latest reports regarding the Du- utli road are very encouraging. It is laid that the company will resume track aying one week from next Monday, uid that the road will be completed to 6umbrqta by the 20th of April. It is ilso said that arrangements are being nade for operating the road as soon 3 completed, and that the Xorth- estern company'sRochester accommo- dation train will run direct to lied Ving, where connection will be made vith the Milwaukee road for St. Paul, nabling the residents of the state to fisit St. Paul and return the same lav. Is now settled in a pleasant Store one door south of the Yellow Front, building, and is constantly receiving her Spring Supplies of Millinery! She will aim as ever to please the fancy of her cus- tomers, and will keep an elegant line of hats, bon- nets and trimmings, and do millinery work In latest styles. Her old customers and ladies generally are in- vited to visit her store and examine the novelties of the season. BARGAINS IN Real Estate! School District Funds. S....... 9 10... 11....... 12....... 13....... 14....... 15....... C........ i 07.77 M.OS S7.91 134.20 C9.88 90.G7 fl.-i.10 M.G5 74.74 19.29 G4.U7 75.71 110.42 7.1.31 100..W 711.73 .17. 30 int.. TO.. 80 81..... 82 S3... 84...... So... 80. 7t 3 74. 13 1 J 21.47 124.49 1 82. Oil 9C.54 52.10 73.28 3292.24 47. 92 93 !U 07 98 99 100 !1: CL co 7-..... 07 SI. 74 ]-'7 4; 104.28 73.28 59.00 --I.43 104 103 ion 70 7vs loT ___ 44 37.49 125. ra 70 110 HI... 112 232 5C 43 OS. 4iU 3 117 118 117 113 44. S3 'M 44.79 fiO.34 .TS.15 110.90 25. S8 07. 53 1.H.CS 115.11 811.13 55.12 K0.21 7S.08 07.09 44.57 43.90 45. S! 70.08 4.19 W.lil UB. GS 93.41 62.55 4.79 07.85 1.80 03.02 43.02 02.79 0.00 8.02 02.42 fiU.Sfi 56.03 8.37 3.95 0.43 .60 .00 -18 .42 .80 .33 10.52 W. Has a list nl Vacant Lots nml Residences in different parts of the City lor Sale, ami a farm to Exchange for Small places outside i.f City. Also Improved anil unimproved, for Siiln or Kirhange lor Cits Froperty. If yon wish to Kent it lluu.se solicit a Loan, or get llrat-class INSURANCE OnyourSlock or Pfcpertv, call at my Office, SeconS Door North of Fiast Rational Bank, Albert Lea, Minn. C, L. COLEMAN, Manufacturer of and Dealer ia Lumber! LATH, SHINGLES, Moulding! And all kinds of BUILDING MATERIAL at Lowest Living Prices. A. J. STADHEIM, Agt. and yard south of S. M. depot. BARGAINS IN Blooded Stock. Apportionment of Township Taxes. lOndon....................... 3 ins 81 lell Kock.................... -usV'> reemaii.............. 7-; anslield................................. 30 akland............ Tt''I ayward................... sn'o7 Ibert IfA................... ickerelLake.............. si'w oscow............................ si Iceland.................. (K; 118 43 ancliester................. 10-170 arlston.................................. ewry eneva.................................... at.li..---................................. artland.................................. reeborn............. ty Of Albert U-a.............. illnge of Alden......................'...' The Town Clerks. We herewith present a correct list of le town clerks of the county lately ected. with their post ollice addresses, will be found very handy and seful: Toirn. .VIIHK. Aihlra.-. rt-Lea.....1C itli..........J Johnson..........Alln-rl artlancl......S Sarmiolson....... H.trthnul iklancl........I K I'uroell......... Oakland :ncva........M M Jones............... (Jeneva reeboni.......I iiicroft.......K Jnlmsnul.......... Alliert rccinau......W Wacisworth....... Albert I.ea rlston.......A W W (ialt...... Mvrtli- II ckerel Lake.Kd Annstron" "scow.......T K Morgan.............Moscow ewry.........T A prairie deu Hanson Keoorder.....Vldon ..........M I [owe......... Alden Nelson.............llavwaril anchester ...Iver A IMsater......Mancliester X (irefsbeim....Twin ell Kock......lay Bartlelt............Clenvillc .bert UaCityF A .lolinson........Albert I.oa Flax Seed. Selected and carefully cleaned Kus- an llax seed for sowing. If you think f sowing tlax you should write ns for imple and prices. Oil Meal reduced 81.10 per 100 pounds, The leapest and best stock food known. .6 MANKATO LINSEED On, Co. r Oiler for sale cheap one full-blood registered J- Hereford bull, bred uyA. H. Bullls, len high grade Hereford bulls, twenty cows, ten yearling Hereford heifers, ten calves, a good span ol mules, and three good horses. Good terms given. It will pay yon to come and see this stock. CASPEK IV. A YAKS. Four miles north of Freeborn Village and six miles west of Hartlaud. 10-1112 T. J. WANEK, -----Manufacturer of----- T J J And Dealer In Pipes, Tobaccos, Smokeas' Articles, Etc. Mail Orders Promptly Attended to. ALBERT LEA, MINN Do you want to know of Its Wonderful Resources, Delightful Climate, And Bright Future? DO YOU EXPECT TO BECOMK A Uent of this lavored section? If so, write to Hie undersigned for Circulars, etc., descrip- tive of Its (Jreat Resources, and of Its Splendid Opportunities for Investment. BADGER A- StrEWKX, Ellenaburg, H'. T. YELLOW SIGNS. YELLOW TUBS. Use 'feerless Brand" Fresh Raw Oysters, Selected and packed with cleanliness and care ----BY----- C. H. PEARSON d, CO., BALTIIWORK, trt Aik your Qncu fcr lEWSPAPERr   

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