Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard, April 18, 1889

Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard

April 18, 1889

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Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard (Newspaper) - April 18, 1889, Albert Lea, Minnesota Enterprise VOL. XXX! I.ALBERT LEA. MINN., APRIL IS, 1889. NO. ir,. IM SI N I i A Kl IS. Henry A Morgan.    Waller    J.    Trask, MORDAN A TRASK, V»! ’n 'KSS!,KH TU I .MVI JA A MORMAN, n I .ti wy«*M, little*! In (i wlln ..ti• I '"ii I5ri FATHERS and MOTHERS! M HS OF OI It NI KRUMME. MORE A HOI T STARCH FACTORIES*. I ill,**i| from Cunning Conlcinporari*-** J Nrt. In Their Int or-*-.% ii I in,Mill nit. ’IU. HEMAN BLACKMER, AWI I R LAM, KUK H VLK. . lea Mini. A LUK IIT Ar ii I wily > v I,«<I lo I lion Mill I lo SOI WM. C. MeAOAM, AW VI I!. OKI H K OVE!ll alme. Albert l<*:» Mum. II K WITT’N I hr dress I heir Children well, for if thorn comfortably chid, mid to Children themselves enjoy IS I temM of 111 err.t am! Iili-n*. Illn**-( rating I.oral Life, Winona lie publican. 'rile Winona HitildiniPr ami Loan acso-< i At ion bas approved nim loans Otis month, amounting Lo about $M,H0D, and there lh a good rail for stork and money next month. Tin ^*-are encouraging in >11 V G. A STI VENSON 0< IVN AMI M Iii. Kus r V 1‘lluw I i <mt In a ' Sonv, OI I Ii Im it I a XIV Im I pie,I DR H. H. IM IAT AM, a. Minn «tilt*-. IV Hr. .L ummi. • WILCOX, Ml’IHI MIN Mmm aoli ffell-Fitiing dottles! signs. Rochester Ken HSI. A curiosity in ti tula six inefies aet to tip of opposite I burion of bananas ie shape of a ta ran* ohs from tip of leg eg. dropp'd from a in II. B. Iierns *r sp|. A LII Kl (nrin. rh m A .Ii I.M I t* W CL MI MUHL. I vt n I IM OU H K. IIVI IC I / f*pl**t a .fen-out's ii rug Morn, Aln* rl I < i, Minn. VC ll III IT ( Int In -I lien do MHC* H<El HOHN lf. AUM' ll < JOHNTY BANK I KOMI, PICK ii*. * t O a. Mum III,urine.- ii HK N I man or liny with dirty, lugged or ill-titting - is ashamed of himself, and it is natural, for • is no excuse fur either kind if his pan rn ta their duty. Dirty ('Indies washed; ragged Clothes earl I Ute lief* can M! ie ane Z K. MALLERY, Welt-Fitting Clothes! Unlet pri*e Tor the llnnril «rTrn*lr I nilertnUe. A well conducted potato starch factory in this city, would undoubted* Iv, prove a paying investment, The capital yeti Hired to establish such an enterprise is About guidon and a factory of this cost would be capable of using 2m,cm bushels of potatoes a year, which, at twenty cents a bushel, the price usually paid by starch factories, would bring tin* farmers the snug sum of SIO,nm annually and this crop would also leave the soil in much better condition than wheat raising. I here is said to be a ready market for the product. The* farmers ought certainly to is* willing to aid iii establish* iug a factory of tins kind as it would ta* to their interest's financially to clo so and it might he well for the Cond-hue County Farmers* club to investigate tin* advisability of inaugurating such an enterprise here. Potato starch factories are m successful operation at Anoka and Monticello and are proving very beneficial to these towns and the surrounding country and arrange-1 ments have just been complete,! for the establishment of factories at River Falls and Stillwater. KING’S Combination Optometer! 'M MO raying. Of irraui from I he < he houghI lieu pest t I Im* vein* ,, the very mum! tit tim1 Obi Yard I ..•■lib of M M. Hr is. Manly. VV Ord. *n. NI THE EDWARDS BROS.. 11***1 ap*! I*! (<>r Photographs! I n iii BOSTON n d I bikie- ii * I'tinlii* a h Edward* lire’* UnfWljin laity NI >, \ i*; \v arcnt> St \ Flioiograpli Callery! should c; l<*!> for Boys ol ( lot I lf bs tile UM irreal SI Assortment ages I hilt we carry. We ready made, < heaper thail vim can bm* the cloth. NEW EIX) UR ES' NE VV INS I HUMP NTS' ONLLV FURNISHED ROOMS moi I Arils Laie ii MN’imlliig to I it*- I et.l t»,*,| se I ,. Aril*!* thoroughly skilled 1 in , s y ir*,'. *|NT,**i*<-«- will all. hd ie all •ii* |*in *-s im l-.w a* Him lowest for Iii** <*( Hulk don**. l’**oplefrNn Himr<-Millry n*» »* !Ii** i ii) ar** In* r > call and ***** .mr •til*ne* * ami *U f*>r a photograph. .sail*, •ii ai Irani cal, or no eharge. CLOTHING! OI till the that M en VV find deni Ix,ys in Ii, they an tin ('minty, ami so Low, at t he rices W. Lr m.w! w a D. FENHOLT A CO., UfjxeilF Hansom Bro’* store. H. n. BROWN & CO., Bank of Albert Lea. HO KS. A Ii EN KUA I. Banking Business! oit-Pi'iu un still MOREY E. STERN, Prop. <t / Ci o/n-rl}/ ti ml I iii/iron'll i-’ii rill rn fur Httlr. Money to Loan! THE CHAMPION BINDER <»a I;* ai I t ai*- Se. artly at a (.ow Ital** of Iii ii ii. it ii on v a co. UBERT LEA IU/ \RBLE WORKS. >1 It Css I \ ti J-; ie, I’rtt/trirtor. I Healer in .til kind!! of Marble anti Granite I Mi; KH IN aud AMERICAN f.T eh Headstones, TdiJle-Tops, Shelves, Mantles, etc. j I. EEEI’ only Urn hest workman aud guaran I I***- null af action in t*v**ry re.sjirct, M. BKBK I NI J KH, Cor. Clark and Washington Sis.. Albert Lea. BRUNDIN BROS., Meat Market! OKA I.RKH IN A LL KI NM OK Fs’osh and Salt Meats. Iv** keep constantly on hud all kinds of Hams,Dried Beef,Poultry,Game ani fish. The BEST BUAN IJS of OYSTERS at Uh* lowest possible prices. *f/~ 11 ones I Welchland prompt, delivery guar-.inU-ed all *mr customers. Stand, on east side of Broadway adjoining Anderson’s restaurant. Kriiiidin ItroN. GRIPMAN & BABBITT, DKALEUS IN dl, ICE and DRAYING. w*. KEEP IN STOCK ALI, QUALITIES and grades of Wood and Coal, and will iipplv city and farmers’ trade at lowest prices. t#“lllacksmtlh’9 coal always on hand. Wood sawed to order. GRIPMAN & BABBITT. Yard south of H. M. railroad track. Order Slate at T. V. Kuatvohl’s and Owen & Maimer’s. The Best Machine for Harvesting Grain Ever Known. MOST OCHA BLK OF ALI. ItlNDKKK. U-Ks breakage and loss annoyance in using It. Ku*y work for the driver, light work for th*.-horsea. NO SIOK HOUSES’ OKA FT, NECKS. NO WEIGHT ON Springs in th*: canvases to preserve them from damage when they shrink from expos* uru. THE AOM lit A OLE KELI KF KAKE. The only durable means of which the put In the right place. aint practical Butter, band may always be i>y The platform canvas only half an inch away from the knit*-, so No SHOUT OKAIN or VV EK os can hang on the cutter bar. Best cutting apparatus—Mower Guards anil knives th*: < nly Harvester that will do Goon WO It Iv IN FLAX, cir in grassy, weedy or wet grain. All eastings annealed, making them tough as wrought iron. Simple and substantial main frame and gearing, W Alt KA NTFJO TO OUTLAST thro* sets of the complicated gearing of othc* Binders. SATISFACTION GIVEN to EVERY FURCH ASKK. THE CHAMPION HAS OONK THE BEST WORK ever done by any Harvester an*! Binder the difficult crop of 1888 proved it. XU K (ll AM PION is not an experiment, but the MOST RELIABLE aud PRACTICAL and DU HA BLE Machine ever made; every feature has been proved. It Is warranted superior to all others. lf You Examine It Before You Buy, You Will Buy Only THE CHAMPION. SAMPLES AT ONE OR MORE AGENCIES IN YOUR COUNTY. The Warder, Bushnell & Glessner Go., SPRINGFIELD G.—MANUFACTURERS—CHICAGO ILL. Good News! We Now Ofter $7,777,00 Worth of BOHS, S Facts anti Pun rips About Ila 11 muds. Tilt* afternoon train on the S. M. will j probably again commence running I regularly through to Jackson some day this week. s. F. Boyd, general passenger Agent of tin* M. A: St. L. will resign soon to accept a like position on the Rock Island’s new Nebraska line. loud lictor Hungerford, who has long been in Ute service of the M. & st. I*, and who has many friends among th** patrons of th*- road, was discharged at the time of th*- fatal accident in Minneapolis several weeks ago, aud has not been since employed. •i.e. Baston, who made the most of his great fortune in .Southern Minnesota, avid who at the same time won an unenviable reputation, has sent in his resignation as a director of the M. A St. P. railroad, and with ids wife has gone to spend th** summer in Europe. Bcd Wing Advance sun. I he new railroad ought to bring this city, Zumbrotn and Pine Island into closer business relations than they have ever been before. It would undoubtedly prove mutally advantageous to the residents of all three places. Owatonna Journal. Mr. McLain is in Europe negotiating for money to build tin- I)., It. tv. A By. T his is his third trip. Th** intention of the construction company is t<* build the road and stories about •selling out,” we art* informed on good authority, ar** false. Owatonna journal. Ii we do not get the new road the bond and interest fund will help to build the new court house. If we get the new road, th** amount saved on the cost of fuel and increased market price for grain will soon enable us to build a new court house. There will be compensation either way. Not a whit *»f work has been done this spring on the primmed Winona A Southwestern, and leading contractors are of the opinion that nom- will Im* done this year. Trouble in securing money is alleged to th** cause. seems to be settled that the enterprise is at a dead stand-still, with no im mediate encouraging prospects. Bn! Wing Advocate Sun. Rumors continue boating about to the effect that the Wisconsin, Mini)* Soto & Pacific road will be extended northwest from Mankato, this season to a connection with th** line running from Morton to Watertown, Dak. which is owned by th** same company but none of these rumors can be an thenticated. The local officials claim to know nothing of any such undertak ing at least for the present. Ziunbrota News April 12th. The track of the Duluth, lied Wing A Southern railway was completed to this village Monday. The bridge has not arrived as yet, but is expected this week. T here is a good deal of speculation regarding who will operat* the road when completed. It is evident that an understanding has been reached with the Chicago A; Northwestern oilieials regarding the running of passenger trains between Rochester and lied Wing, but just what the understanding is we have been unable to learn. Engineer Danforth was in town Monday and set the stakes for the connection between th** two roads, and work was commenced Thursday cm the grade. The track between Red Wing and Ziunbrota is being surfaced and balasted. It is the general understanding that the company will commence running regular trains about May 1st. An interesting suit has been brought against the Milwaukee A St. Paul railway by Bertha Wallstad through her attorney, Daniel Buck of Mankato. On the morning of December Bist. last the plaint ill alleges she was wait ing for the train in the depot of Rushford; the watchman used obscene language and made indecent proposals to her and seized her with a view to compelling submission to his demands; she was compelled to leave the depot and wait about town till th** train ame; on January 5th. the agent was arrested on charges of assault and using obscene language, pleaded guilty to both and paid fines. Mrs. Wallstad now sues the company for $2,500 damages. Mr. Buck states that during th** past year a conductor on a Wisconsin road kissed a lady passenger. She sued th** company, was awarded damages, and the Supreme Court of t hat state affirmed Hie decision. iL-st and mo* t pfsc par po ii Instrument *r fur (ho TESTING THE EYES. Yr* n Ideally i II,Ulm port ini* found to of fin tar-sh nard eu* will tm rowdily limh-rstood. -| hi* near si ;hi* d, Til*- tin I- irately <>i* rou irrim Is ho arr,wtr*-d thai tho exact foeti* of lens required (or each eye can tie a*<-ei tallied W it Inuit, Guess. Work, it con*ii-!ii th** -ighf, by experiinentlHft with o in im out glasses, an I* usually til** custom. in* not (all to have your eves tented with this Instrument, whether you ar.- wearing Biasses ,.r not. Tills lip* st rumen! is now Iii ii-**- l»y us. No Charge for Examination, Vim Iii connection with it we kl merit of (lie -p alarge assort- FINEST SPECTACLES Tim! are made.    *** Clocks, Watches, Jewelry A splendid st..ck for Use or for Birthday. Wedding and oilier Br. s, als Ko pal rim, warranted BESSESEN & STEEN. J. F. JOHNSON. P. F. PETERSON JOHNSON & PETERSON, FurniturE ANI) UNDERTAKING! A FINK LINK OK At Cost and Below Cost! Leif Ericknon. Profits No Object! Tile floods Must (jjo. Our .Stock if Fresh and New, and no Bankrupt Shelf worn good*. not Shoddy. They tiro all Solid and THE WAR HAS COMMENCED, And we will meet any Cut prices iii the city. amt st e Fir yourselves. We mean business, and don’t you forget It. ( mr terms are Spot Cash. Yours Truly, Call Miss Marie A. Brown, who has traveled all through Sweden and Norway, and spent twelve years or research In Scandinavian literature, three or them iii the "Land or tho Midnight Sun." claims to have Irrefutable proof of tho assertion that Lt-lf Erickson was really tho discoverer of this country: that a colony was establish at Vinland, now Rhode Island, in the year tow, and that the Vatican at Koine holds the indisputable proofs of a Bornan Catholic Bishopric establish at Vinland, the number of bishops reaching .seventeen, which would indicate an occupancy of something like ::ou year. Miss Brown’s theory is last gaining ground. She is Indorsed by Scandinavian scholars, and even the Catholic clergy are beglntng to admit lier claim. The Punt, IV aith-inuton, />. *October 7, ins*. NELSON & SORENSON. 307 East Broadway. Remember that Miss Brown will lecture on the subject under tho auspices of tho Lutheran Highschool in tho opera house Tuesday evening, April 30th. None should fail to hear her on this highly interesting question. Parlor and Chamber Sets, RATTA N Simi IC KHO (HAIRS, Extra Fine, New Stylos, Ladies’ Writing Desks, CURTAINS and FIXTURES. We put up Curtains for our Customers. A full line ( nsliols ;sn<i < of timbal ming given prompt attention, boot and slim- store. Night calls answered up stairs over Walter Thompson’s \ PI-JTIJKSOX IsTew HSTovelties in SPRING .. GOODS NOW ARRI YI N< ap J. W. SMITH’S, The Leader in Dry Goods. French and Domestic Satteens, beautiful in design and finish, just the thing for early Spring wear, Toile Du Nerds, Seersuckers. Choice Ginghams in great variety. White Goods in Check and Stripes, Flouneings, tim broideries, Ac. Black Silk Flouneings in Spanish and Clmntilla at 81.OO, $1.25, 81 6l> SI 75 $2.00, #2.50 aud $5.00. Just in, a largo assortment of Ladies’ and Children’s Ifoseries. The goods are Guaranteed Absolutely Fast Black, And Stainless, No humbug. Goods taken hack if not as represented. A Job Lot of beautiful Ribbons on sale this week, Brices low. Corsets, Ruchiiigs, Laces, Linen Collars and ('tiffs, in large assortments. I am making low prices on all Woolen Goods, to close out and make room for my Spring Stock. One thousand yanks of new Carpets just in. Buy now before the advance. Yours for Good Goods and Low Brices, J. W. SMITH. Agent for Butterick Patterns. EDWARDS, Madson & Christenson, Blacksmithing, Horseshoeing, and Plow Work. I lie making and Repairing ut Well Tools a Specialty. Shop Opposite Loterprls*- Office, ;

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