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   Freeborn County Standard, The (Newspaper) - April 11, 1889, Albert Lea, Minnesota                               Enteipiise VOL. XXX LI. ALBERT LEA. MINN., APRIL 11, JBLrSKSTKSS OARDS. Morgan VS liter J Ira'k MORGAN TRASK, Old tssoits in MOM.VN I iwjirs OflKein (iiilbiaiidson l.ros hi  extxrniKt will mend to till jttir ii' I rii s is low as ihe for i' IIH f rk l'i ofilefront thecountrv   ire ttn lied tit ar d "ur i ni n sit tor a photograph Silii ft i n mtfpd or no W D. FENHOLT 4 CO., Tiu ulv Rinnom Bro 3 Store DOES V GENERAL H D BROWN CO Banking Business! it u ft ojierty anil Impioieit bale. Money to Loan! on Itt-al 1 SUIP Seuinn at a I-ovKiteotln ii i! ic on v A 10 ALBERT LEA (V1ARBLE WORKS. A young man 01 IXA lagged 01 ill-fitting Clothe-s is ashamed of himself, and it is natuial, foi theie is no excuse ior eithei kind if his parents do then duty Dirt} Clothes can be ragged Clothes can be patched, and Well-Fitting Clothes! Of all grades, from the cheapest to the be bought the A ear 'round at finest, can 1 he Hoard of County Comui i jnere met ftt thfe auditor s office 'ud, IM-I atiJOocloclp m Present Wm Christie, Loui Vfarpe f A. Helvl.' and N r Sandberg The f illowlng billB were a'lr, t, ed Albfertlealrnterprise, print ni; and station erj M Albert I ea r publl Mug delinquent tax list of ItiSi, ?1W44, allt Abil less (Jl w amount allowed imerprise, puUl hlng proceed of February session f county board jy H G printing letter 1- i "5 H O printing and stati ucry A Pioneer Press Co, Wanks "1 Pioneer Pres-i Co, i GJ I loneer I Co, register 11 W lioneer Co ill jO allowed less tl -a amount allowed 1" 3 Jacob I arson, -henfT-  W t C fatacj, i ustice fees l' 60 WC MitcLell, sheriff fee" e ot state vs J Minor et al J' 0 ft C Mitchell, sheriff fees ca uf "tatfe vs Mrs J M Atherton and Knut Hkat-jn H d> and attending at iuqne-t r ll.e murdered members of Cheinllk tr mil> 1'J WC Mitchell draw me jur, fjr May term ol dl trict court 1 ft C Mitcuell, sheriff feea I allowed ie -1 M2IJ amount alloaed So C Mitchell, shenfi dial ur t-mr-uta hunting horse thief W C Mitchell sheriff ft es ant 11 buraemeut-< state vs Geo MrCoIll 11 Qua Benson, witness fees v-j R Knutaoii M Harriet Benson, witness fee- tate v s K Knut son W Stina Spenson, witness fee- tate ys K Knul Bon 41 Speusou witness stete K Knutson -w Minnie Spen-ou, witness fee tatevo K Knut J P V oniJerg coroner, In t on bod} of Kose Chemiik (daughter) r w 1 P VonBerg coroner, inoue t of bodj of Chernhk (mother) 11 J P V ouEerg, coroner, in i ic-t ou bodj of Mary Cnenilik 5 (JO J P V onBerg coroner, iutjur t on body of Joe Chemiik f WJ F Blackmer visit and p i m rteia eianu nation of lire Philip Cheu-I L I y request of county attorney I3 DPP Hibbs, taking and nbmg test! mony at coroner mque t ca-6 of Chem hk family J P Greene, team and drl tr for couuty at torney in Chemiik ino.necl matter 4   Attest t liairiuan V, A HIGGINS County Auditor Cause of Low Price loi tattle. There aic other agencies winch con- tinue to depress the price of beef tat tie besides over bupplv J here is dentlj no ei production, as that is a consumptive demand, il not at le- muncrativt puces, for all ot the cattle offered in the market Iheie aie none left over any longei than it is neces sarj to freeze out ovvncis Then what is it' It must be combination-, against both piocluter and consumer Ihere is scarcely any town or citj v.v here bee) can be bought any cheapei now at the butchers than it could when beef cattle vveie from one thud to one-half highei than at present rorrnerlv good, fat di> cows sold at an average ot but f irmers mtonn us that now the) cannot get on an aver age foi the same class ol cows ovti Hut this is not the lull evi dence which can be adduced to show that theie is some potent influence depressing the price ot cattle and at the same time enhancing the price ot beet to the consumer that the price ot beef at letail is right in the smaller cities ot the vvhv, i3 it double that puce atter the cattle 01 beef pass east of Chicago J We take up the Massachusetts Plowman foi the ietail price of beef at Boston It is sirloin steak 11 to cents, rump steak Ss to cents, rib toast lo to 21 cents This is fully double what it is at Des Monies, or a difteiente of Irom 7 to 20 cents Vnd jet the mere freight on beet cattle from Omaha to Boston would not exceed cent per pound It is not presumable the butchers of Boston make 2iu pei cent on then sales But it ib the same mtamous combinations at Chicago, and the branches ot their tiust, reaches out to all paitsofthe Lmted States, not onl> operates on the pioduceis the west hut on the consumeis ot the east Iheie is no glut ot cattle at (lucago, noi has theie been lot two jeais Iheie is a consumptive demand for all But a few nth men control ever) thing theie the stock jards, the inspectors the puiehasers are all combined I hey saj to each othei Let us not bid against each othei rl lie cattle aie in thejardb owneis, undei 0111 ex- hoibitant cluiges, can not stand out, but must succumb to us 01 be con sinned bv 0111 legulations 'Ihen they buy and control at the othei end of the loute, aud lleete the consumeis Beet i-> retailing dearei m New Philadelphia and Boston b> 2u pel Zf, 1'roprietor Deilerln all kinds o( Table-Tops, Sidles, Mastles, etc t KfcbhP onlj theliest workmen and gnaran L tec satisfaction In ever5re S Tor Clark and asSlnixton bts Albert Lea BRUMDIN BROS., Meat Market! KH3 IN ALL KTVDS OF and Salt Meats. We keep constantly on hand all kinds of aid Fish. TheBEbT BRAJ.DS of OYSTERS at the lowest possible prices ty Honest wetpht and prompt delh ery guar- anteed all our customer) btanil on east side ol Hroadn ay adjoining Anderson's restaurant Bmndin Bros. Parents bliould call and see the great Assortment of Styleb for Boys of all ageb that e carry. We sell Clothes ready made, Cheaper than ou can the cloth. Farnfiwortb, 4: Edwards, light and power for March and April tlO allowed 15 00 amount allowed W S Carey, police fee allowed   judge of probate few- 1000 fuel forejunty J 00 H repa ring locks l O K Haugen, nundnec f Cbaa Batcher, oak corner bead 1'J SO G P Lattm, election returns Freeboru 3 20 A snudrie S5 Gen Widman, election returns, Pirkerel I ake 1 60 Ed Erikaou, wood at house "a Parker bill of -undries allotted ieea 25 cents, amount allowed I bD T A flelvlg, serving county comtnissioner Apnl 2 3 and 4, and mileage lb UO Wm Christie, county cnnimi -ioner April 2 3, and 4, and mileage 1- 00 Wm Christie committee work March 7 and mileage W Wm Christie, serving committee work March 18 and 11 and mileage J -10 serving county commissioner April and 4, and mileage 10 'O W A Morin, qening Lounty April 3 and 4th 6 00 Louis Marpe serving couuty comim? toner Mho DiitoteiPi! A guod audience gallic ml it t u I nit, t lunch last i to In n Un lectun of Miss M tin Uiovui upon 1 he Noi t Diictmiv ol i I he in >tt< i uul in mm i DI tin IK tint I aie both evelltnt, u I tht unlitnn was inteicSttd mav be questioned uluthei si e sin ceecled IP deinonstiattni; tl at ill Vim nc i possessfs in the u ol pohltt il hbeit) H ti iceabh to inctin in inlluence still she Miowcd th it tin old i Vikings left such an inipitcs upon lh  l lemaikablu I tcultv ioi 'HI accumulated tacts ,iptl mil atti tct In anothei eolumn will be tumid i notice ol the work to ulnch Mis-, Marie A Blown li.i-> devoted hiiselt the vindication ol tin Noist d tun to the of Amtuc t Deep cult uit, it thoiough acciu tint me f with tht ruin noithern tongues and htei itutc ,'inl i en sincere devotion to hei t tsk -.etui's HI equip this compltti lot the wmk which slit Ins nucleittkni to do Mit pioposes making a th inv i tion of the aichivebol the atiedii uul pioducino; the lecoul, ni the htslu pm of Iceland and Oieenl iitd which ill give the details ot tlu cnlonv and establish bevond th> itich thei contioveisy the lull lint Leil I iitkion's uul UIIUIIM httagj l> n It im In Jnl Miss Blown will Iff tine it theopci i house Ttiesda) Apnl -10th, un dei the auspices ot tlin I utheian and is sine tu atti ut aliiL'e aud inteiested audience DISEASED BLOOD. II i  are so Low, at the HVOTQ may be found on file THIS XT ArJJilt p Newspaper ArtvcrtishiK BuramOOSpraceSt) contracts may be made Tor Jt 'n NEW MOREY E. STERN, Prop. April 3 and 4 antl mileage U 80 Billo not allowed (no' conntj charge W O Lane m the matter of quarantine at H Langs il' Peter >.elaou in the matter of quarantine at H Lang 9 S 00 Dr W A Frazer, ices in Mr Laug 3 familjlio 00 On motion the claims of the city of Albert Lea, the township of Hajward and the township ol Freeman (being all the claims presented agamat the county poor fund) were laid to the ueit of the couuty ooard In July next The application of Cleo E Skinner agent for the St Paul railroad Co tor reduction InvaluationlofBOUthea t quarter southwest quarter townlW and southeast quar ter and southwest quarter, section town 10T range 21 was rejected The application of Frank Kyau for reduction ol valuation of north half northwest quarter section 15, town 103, range recommended to the itate auditor tor his ai proval The petition of Charles O Narvosou for t n school district, was u motion rejected The petition of J II I lleuberK nn i others for ,he formation of scho 1 district out of territory nownpartof distrl tslO 70 and si on motion rejected The petition of U 1! and others nho constitute a majority 'f the freeholders who (ire egal in the district to be affeotcd asking .hat a new school district bo formed out of the foi lowing terntorj to wit Sections Ii, IH 11 au I 20, nest half northwest quarter section Jl northwest quarttr uorth half, section and south half quarter, section ir, Kwn 102, range 2J, and said petition haMUK the endorsement of the county superintendent of etiools, examined and on motion the Board ordered notices posted and do signaled fuly liW us ft time and the auditor s ofllce as a place of ncarmg The petition of Vi H H Gordon mid others for a change in the ille and I w in I akes couu ty road, so that it will run as follows Commeni ing at the corners of sections II and B town 101, range 20, thence wast 80 rods on section line between section W and il, thence north 80 rods, thence west ZW rods thence north about W) rods to intersect road where it crosses the towiilme, was considered, and on motion the board appointed Wm CriBtie and 1 ouis Vlarpo a committee to view said proposed alteration, and designated day Hay 1st, 1889, as a time and the bridge on the premises as a place where the committee will meet and hear all matters relative to said petition Dids were received from John Paul and the Beti h er lumber companies lor furnishing blinds for the first story of the court house, John Paul being the lowest bidder was awarded the contract for bS cents per foot. On motion the auditor was instructed to purchase cent, than it w as f oui years ago, and beet is purchased 50 per cent cheaper at the west than it was at that time The commercial tables will show these stubborn facts And there neyei was a time in the history of this countn when the producers aud consumers of our farm products were so i heated and oppressed as the} aie now There is ample cause toi revolution in some shape which should wrest this momed pow er from the combinations, syncli cates and trust-, which aie so heartless Iv oppiessing the people Oklahoma Open' that the President has issued his proclamation declared the Okla homa lands open toi the taking ot claims one will be inteiested >n knowing how thpv, can leach this section with as little delaj as possible, and the least expense The Minneapolis cV bt Louis Kail- wav., "Ubeit Lea Koute in con- nection with the Chicago, Kansas A. Xebiaska liv. ofteis the only duect and feasable loute to this section Only one change of cais between st Paul 01 Minneapolis and Pond Creek, I T Commencing Apnl 22nd, a line ot stages will be eatablibhed between Pond Cieek and Ft Reno, at which point connections aie made toi Ft King Fisher (location of Govern- ment L-vnd and all mterioi points in the Oklahoma countn For Kates, Time tables ets'address 50111 neaiestli H Agent, or write to Potato Start h l-aftnucx. Ov atoimi I mi n tl Ked Wni{ and St C I ind in e n ll forunni, stock comptines foi the limp sr of fi runny starch firtones Montiitl! 11! each IMS l potato surih tut rs all ilom., i fcood busitu ss A well oiuiiiur t pot in h factory in this cit> n mil t billet p hi Oood investment Hi i il it minimi is ibout Melon it this (oat uould le eipdble of using jxiouu busluls of put tuu-. whkh it Oeents.i bushel tin onhn irj prlt t paid bj stirch fdctones would tlu (armeis ind Eirdeners ami would leave tbe soil tu i ninth bt It i condition tb m whettiilsiii stule eiuiiit> with little energj cm just t'i front is touutiis do one of the best counties in tlu st iti mil ill ue need is wikmjup to our own iiitt rests U b will investigate this silt me Wi wil u m tee more Hi tu one Mibsuil i t i the sto tu I ft-e f inners of tbe counti y sb uld be iiitt nst.it torontrlbnu ill tst om h il( oi tin Iliiount nt CLSS irj 1! using potitops until list se ison has been the most piulitablt business ol thetaim in 1 leelunn county, but it i-, evident that it his become so that tin initket is liki Ij hereaftei lobe oxeiitutked ind the price will coiibeqiiPtith he lovvei than last I hi-, t in be remedied and doubli ptohts e in he seouied ifbusines un n nid 1 uinria will unite and establish t si in h factou, and theie is no institution that could be started with doublf 01 foui times the capit il leqmred iui i staich factoi) that would be w pnlit able or of such geneial beneht Now is the time to oreanne U ho will stait a movement to build A factory in Albert Lea Hie Snnda) Law. Our liar-Hand conespondent last week piopounded the follow mt, ques tion Is theie 1 iw to [irevtnt b 1st b ill uue1 on the S ibbaih or must we srind witbloklei! amis ind si e tin s ibb uh deset i itc I eur> week71 school ihtltlren will soon h pkiip i Sunday is lreniil ir 11 iv daymsleulof holitl ij bee 20, Chipt IGHi, laws Ih78 is the bunday law ot this state and ilthougl like some othei Hws H nn' by public sentiment andisignoied tut virtually mopeiitive, jet it neveitlie less stands and tin be enfoiccd in the couitb if nines can be lounil to tion it The 1 in is as follow s No person shill lefp open his ship w irt bouse or workhouse or sh ill do inv in unit rt 1 ibor business or work, except only wt rks nect ssity md cb irit> or IIP present tt in d incing or in) public diversion show 11 i utt r tainment, or tiki mv part In inv nn or piaj on tin louls dtj coiumonlj cill i bundiv and evtri pt rson so oftenduir, sh ill i pttnbhi d hi tint m t evceednu two tit II n I' eiehollenee A prosiso lehgiously obseive' ts tliei bunday, but it ihows no tivoi to thus who conscientiously disbelieve in in resist the cloghii ot the sanredne's o si Bcno, T P L R> Minneapolis Be Sure to Head (arelullj. The Pioneei Meat Market Ins come to the front again lully stocked up with the choicest of all kinds of meat Xo pains will be spared to keep up its leputation as i hist class maiket in evei) respect Cleanliness choice meats, good weight fin puces All we ask is a trial K s HOP.MV Piopuetoi A II McMn 1 1 N Managci L I' ,Ii N-LN, Cuttei and lenclei Ilpicloitl Cabf foi Siih. 1 havea line lot ot half blood Hne- loidbull indbeilei calvps foi sale and recommend them to tin iumeisof Preeboin count) None aie bettei Sun da) tlip nil ri MI i Ihe vpul etnturi is iCent nm ilimml t haltof itiniges 1 ml, (Icvotcil ti this sill i i l pu ,111., the Claiksdiove terms leasonible 12 tf riectiic Ihlsiinuil) Ii bei omlni; so will Inonii mil si populir istoiKCd no sptrl il mintlnn Ml ho 1m t used 1 lectru I'lttirs slni; tin s-iine SOUK of pr.iise A purer niedlcint d  fltenls mdSl perliottle it liarlow silrugston Is Consumption InciirahloJ Ht til tbe follow ing Mr II Morns New irk Ark sijs it iir un! 1 Vh n n ii I iv i (1 i t I !1 II Is I II l I t rjt in in I u f ishimti n mil istt r tb liiston in A Ctntun ot C institution il lull rjui 1 itiou Mi Ilout n s irtlclt VIrs H n i [sou s tu 11 HidllK brief l i pc i In Mr II irl u ill lllil I rated, with nitlunt portuits ol ]i isms its mil obi its pill lining lo W isbnuti u u his turns >li 1 us pipn is in nip HIM bvaiiorttut t isblncton los ihWuJil I ire n (n rued th >l i mil is in the p s ion of Vli 1 mm him til Stuart s oiulii il slu lies ftu bis ilruls l( u I1 il mil VI u th i i illusion irt i 11 hn i 1 in I otbll pottrills u fi r this mmil i which It is Him lit I ni u it 111 i s u the si Ml HI I lilt hpnis I I il ulniii rs i I I illl I id 1 ilintlirov utIU t! onit th I ulitt ill 1 m tills Ilionlll s M Ni liolis H Vlis i illi t Ilii of I lilt I isli I Ml tb( 1m tblt ilul I i is now interim tin tin t b u i t i to N u Vorl mdicnus Ih rti le is iithh il u tnl I fi m photiurdplis in 1 uitb vii lib Hit di line itoi l i umtlenn uul is i iiij i [t h s ittsfjiiu m I Mitt rostin_ lit u It i out mis si v ril; ttiiits in sinn! mt i; b litUrfroiul 1 xitl mil us i i It tuis from lostilli Mt ison rduirl Imn tin eilitoi of--t h 1 s and VIrs 1 inn Hit is from 1 Uit I r 11! t not in i tbt tli u ti I l.illttti milolli i ,1, lnjill'il U it u, MIL! I til I lit April mm 1 i of libli F til r MI i n i i b tb it is htti d to tin st ison mil niikh tb tuill consoh uulrttr shthelnMh isWtil ts In muni In thest itspi tsth u s t ms t be it i loss It HUMS till littrin mil tb is tronomtc m plilsintt mfiis n novirhul mudiof ilnnk nil iflirsmh i his nndi up ot ilti m ttt slirts nf b tin m I lit n tun 1 ut I il It i ilk does it m su b 11 il it il h wivtliitwi n m tin hil il I SH ill mm tluiil ipmkh mil i i w it In tin r II tin month to I mu ussoiiu moit Tin putiiil mi it gius to tht liousiwift thrtiUr-h Mrs K in i s tt iibmcs Is motlit r ftetoi m its smuss un1 ono that oujit to push it on until no houst hoi I m tht lomitij is withuii its uionthU pnsuui I'llljllsllt d U Hit1 flblcl ilk I Illllshlll, i III 104 loij H u i strut, rinlidilphii cop) LATH, SHlNGLhS, I m M VFI Kl M al A. J. STADHEIM, Agt. mil s ml south of s M depot Broadway Wood Yard. GRIPMAN PETTIT. ni vi i its i Wood, Coal and Graying Wood Sawed to Order. V 1 H KHM'IMTl (.t I bKVND-jON P.KOS iirtlHii store I onkrs on slue at Nelson s roctrj ston THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF ALBERT LEA MINN HAS toi iiotltnei P' uu il Tl Albert J.ea Call on lUt on Improved I irmi on i- is, It U I oar IS ih ol hitcrtst   

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