Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard, May 23, 1889

Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard

May 23, 1889

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Freeborn County Standard, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1889, Albert Lea, Minnesota Enterprise VOL. xxxi i. ALBERT LEA, MINN., MAY 23, 1880. A re ill ways glad to dress their Children well, for it is to see them coiulortalily clad, and to see the Children themselves enjoy A younjr man or hoy with dirty, ragged or ill-littiiifr Clothes is ashamed of himself, and it is natural, for there is no excuse for either kind if his parents do Iheir duty. Dirty Clothes can I..- washed; ragged Clothes can he patched, and Well-Fitting Clothes! Of all grades, from the cheapest to the very finest, can be lioiiirhl the vear 'round at N70. lOSTON 1 J Q j; Parents should call and see the great Assortment Styles for Boys of all ages tliatVe carry. We sell Clothes ready made, Cheaper than vou can Imv the cloth. Kor all (he Men and'-'Boys in the County, and Prices that will they are so Low, at the The Times >'o Worse Than They ['sed to I'louably the most notable contribu- tion to the press, as evoked by the noted discourse of Klshop says the Winona Republican, comes Irom the pen of (iovt-rueur -Morns, grandson of the celebrated revolutionary patriot and financier of that name, and one who inherited the genius and charac- ter of his illustrious namesake. His review of revolutionary times contains much material foi reilection. lie that the movement for inde- pendence was an unpopular one There were people, capable of put- ting a lighting force of half a million in tlie held, lie adds: Pood .v.is asnc.triy tlit-entile popula- tion Ma-, agricultuial.oiily viim- tlut-i- ci-nt of tlii-ni it-tiding in town-, Anus WITU also in iiliundiiicr, it, tin- gmiTniiM.nt for half a hail distributed muskets in each of tin- frpiMu-utly rc-curnug uiththu rri-nch No cuuntry ha-, t-ier been poor lit not to l.i- al.lf to tiuj ummnnilion, and the colo- nii-s by no means poor. Tht-rtfon- if the i ontest hail uem a popular one. instead nl it bt- nijj impossible lor the, KOV eminent In ke.-p on loot more thun or me.li it would easily raised loo.ooo men a'n-l suarniL-d tin- Kugliih oir the coutinfciit. Mv tiraiidlathcriiMdhis contemporaries alwais hfid lothti-nd of their lues the belief that up to ITel :i ph-bistue would guen King Ceor-c- a two-thirds majoruj. So much lor tlie patriotism Of the masses. How then did the colonies succeed 1JJ Ihc effort-i of a small number of obstinate iid able Anglo Americans. nearly all of whom wi-n- of the aristocratic das-i. and who were Ltrgcly held together by the immense mdmdual fon-tof (Jcorgfc Washington, anmii who though not the high-stepping s.unt of luston, was a soldier of tilt- tirst thtvl, mid held singularly hHi iilc.1-, of personal and national duu. Another passage: As to the virtue of the congress one single comersation will indn-aU: what the leaders of the day thought of their associates 1-oiiK after the war John Jaj and Governeur Moms happened to meet at dinner, and Jav said. ".Morns, do 5011 know- of such a collectne set of rascals an the ret ilutionury To wbieh "IJar'tln; French di- rectory, I do not." During the whole epoch job- w-ry and robbery of all Kinds rode rampant People welcomed the war as a chance to ui old paj ing their debts, and patriotism was largely understood as an excuse to rob one's Ton- m-iguuoD. Hems About the Xcw Ilnilroad. Ked Wing liepubheau. A substantial wire li-noe has been erected along the Duluth load right of I way. IJolh Ked U'ingand Xiimbrota mer-j chants aie ordering their Ireight slu'pped via the Duluth road. The completion of the telegraph I line along the Duluth road has been I delayed somewhat by a car load ol poles not arriving on time. According to time table .No. 1. which went into effect on the Duluth, Red Wing iV Southern raihoad on Monday, there will be two trams daily except Sunday each way. As soon as arrangements can be made tor mail service over the Duluth road the morning St. 1'aui and .Minne- apolis papers will be received in this village at a. m. and the evening paper at p. ni. on the day of publi- cation. The morning papers now arrive at p. in. and the evening papers fully twenty-four hours after publication. M. J. Toher has commenced suit in the district court against Keating liros. Co., of rittsbuig. JJa., to re- cover on a promissory note made by that lirrn to K. ('.Long Co., of .St. Paul, and conveyed bv the latter A JIOIJE1, HOTEL. MOREY E. STERN, Prop. THE YEAR 'ROUND We continue our Steady Trade, and at all Seasons make the People Hapjj.y by making tlieir feet t'om- Everybody knows that pinched, cold or hot makes miseralde. Tin's we avoid by fur- Men. Women and Children with IMI. A makers. IV iVc! Fit Comfort, We are com- c can save you from hot. tired, achinc; fort feet in Summer and are alwa.vs to do it. even if do not make a cenl. Call and we will tell you all about it. NELSON Ar SORENSON, Dealers in Boots and Shoes. Broad- way, Albert, Lea, Minn., United States of America. Evidently the times a century ago and more were not all gilt edged. Hu- man nature was capable of some des- picable displays then as now Mr -Morris refers to the bickerings and local selfishness developed by the ef- forts to frame and have adopted the federal constitution. Rhode Island wanted the slave trade maintained, while Virginia, as the breeding ground of human chattels, strove to have it abolished. things went on de- clares the writer, "with a loss in the custom houses and iiscal agencies nearly ten times in percentage that which now occurs, with frauds and stealings ot all sorts, which are set forth in all manner of reports and blue books with a heat and personal bitter- ness of politics, and w ith a universal nepotism in the matter of appoint- ments which, if practiced to-day, would make the press iairly howl." Mr. Morris touches upon the rancor of the earlier days as it appeared in the correspondence of the time, the "allusions to rascality m trust, tergiv- ersations in politics and greed for oflice. Little incidents like the steal- ing of the ballot-boxes in Ulster coun- ty in Clintoniaii times crop out con- stantly; and the good old chancellor Kent) seems from the time of the dowutall ot the Federal party to have been (irmly set in the opinion that greed tor money, lust after oflice and hereeness in politics were sure event- ually to destroy thr- republic." lu Mr. Morns'estimation the present shows marked improvement in many respects. There are fewer scandals now than formerly. The morals of the sexes are undoubtedly better: odious vice is less Haunting" now than then. named parties to him. He asks judgment for and interest there- on from Dec. 15, 18SS. C D or town ni tttotlioiKind mlmbi- lants .ir mow m tin- state of .Mimit'Mita Mrill .iiiiiitiilly, on tlielirstdaj willnn tlurh il.ijs tlirreafti'r. be licensed fij the state dairy commissioner to sell milk niihin the limits of said city or tonn, and shall pa> to the said Mate dairy commissioner the sum of one dollar Ml each to the use or said dairy cm.....issiou. Penalties of line and imprisonment are provided for failure to obtain the proper license. Concerning this quite important law the Red Wing Kepubli- can says that a prominent attorney of that city says the law applies to every one sells milk. In his opinion if a man owning a cow furnishes milk to his neighbor fora consideration he will under this law be compelled to-take out a license. This interpretation if correct-and the source from which it emulates leaves very little doubt of the law as exceedingly unjust. There are in this city, as well as in- many other towns in the state a number of people whose income is de- rived wholly from the product of a few- cows they have been able to secure. Some of them are poor and even the payment by them one dollar each lor licenses would deprive them of some comforts and perhaps necessities Considering the fact that there seems, to be no practical benefit to be derived from the law it appears in this IHit to be an unjustly oppressive measure Jhe Search for Gas at Stillivater to Continue. Stillwater Democrat. After the breaking of the cable at the gas well last week it was quite frequently remarked that theijj would be no more drilling and that the well would be abandoned. Hut such is not the case. A number 01 our citizens who have heretofore not been interest- ed in the search for gas now express their willingness and to see the work go on and are willing to take stock. A new cable will be purchased and additional improvements will be made around the well. Work will be resumed as soon as possible. None of our citizens wish to see the enterprise abandoned and it is hoped that their search will not be in vain, but that thev will before long strike gas in paying quantities. A sample ot the last speci- mens taken out at a depth of 8 440 feet was handed to Prof. Lehnen, a practic- al geologist, who pronounced them entirely different from any specimens yet taken out and said that the chances tor striking gas were as good now as over. A Number of Lasting Historic Value. Number 1600 of Harper's Weekly issue on Wednesday, May 8th, is a most comprehensive pictoral and literary record of the Washington Cen- tennial Celebration. It consists of thirty-two pages arid a cover, and contains two great engravings of four pages each, one showing the Naval Pa- rade in the Upper Jiay, and another a part of the Millitary Parade passino- the Previewing Stand'. Other subjects of illustration in this remarkable number are the Centennial Ball and Banquet. President Harrison Landing at the Toot of Wall Street, and the exercises in front of the Sub- Treasury building; the Grand Army Parade at Elizabeth, Characteristic of the Civic and Industrial _ Parade in New Yuifc, and amusing scenes and incidents about town Price Hi cents. Harper A: Hro's. New York- Wait For the Wagon Until June 1st; then we will giveaway a nice express wagon to some one of our customers. Two good organs cheap Cook stoves, sewing machines and all kinds of second hand furniture at big bargains. We are headquarters for all kinds of useful every-day arti- cles, also keep all kinds of'sewing ma- chine needles and oil. With every purchase of SI or more we give you a chance to win a prize. Call in. A. IL SQVIEK. The New Discovery. Von have hoard your friends and nelchbors SnfiT't be one S tne many who know from personal fxnerlenpp "JLV'W Rood a thing it Is. If eve? tlfcd It, yon are'one ofltsstannch friends IIP cause the wonderfuUhlmT abo it; Js, tltat when ven a trial. Dr. Ring's New Kver? ever after holds a place In the house, if you bo anilcted with or (Ihest How to Make Money. To save money is to make money. The common way ot washing clothes on a washboard is growing out of favor fast. The, Eclipse Washer will do the work better, in less time, and with no wear to the clothes; the savings will in a short time buy a machine. Used by hundreds of families in this county alone, a recommend of this wondeiful machine is unnecessary. S. Ileinsberg warrants them for two years. Be Snrc to Kcail Carefully. The Pioneer Meat Market has come to the front again fully stocked up with the choicest of all kinds of meat Ao pains will be spared to keep up its reputation as a first class market in every respect. Cleanliness; choice meats, good weight, fair prices. All we ask is a trial. K. S. HORNING, Proprietor. A. II. McMiu.EN. Manager. L. I'. JENSEN, Cutter and Tender. The Seventeenth of May at Uartland. The 17th of May celebration at Hart- land was a grand success, and a credit to those who managed the affair. The exercises of the day were very interest- ing, the leading leatures being the ora- tion, which was ably delivered by Iver A. Itodsaiter, and a'base ball game be- tween Xew Kichland and Hartland which was hotly contested, resulting m a victory for the Kichlanders. There was a very large crowd in attendance and all seemed to enjoy themselves to the fullest extent. The STANDARD representative noticed with much sat- isfaction the numerous handsome young ladies that lined the streets and tilled the stores, and was led to the pleasant conclusion that the young men ot Uartland are to be greatly envied. n e should not neglect to acknowl- edge the obliging and kindly courte- sy of Mr. Porter, the popular railroad agent at Hartland. He is the right man for the place, and the favor he ex- tended to the Albert Lea boys will not soon be iorgotten. Olut' Lee was doing a rushing busi- ness at the old stand, as were also S Samuelson and Stensrud Madson. We also had the pleasure of shaking hands with L. M. Due, the hardware and machinery dealer, and found him a gentleman whom it is a pleasure to know. Gilbert Pakke of the creamery is one 01 Hartland's most progressive and successful business men, and is in every- way worthy of the large patronage he enjoys. The dance in the evening was largely attended, and was a social as well as a financial success. It was given under the auspices of the Hartland brass band, which, by the way, is making good progress under Julius Sibilrud's leadership. Mike Sheehan, Thos. Donovan Ilun-h Armstrong and Pat. Farry "took in" the celebration, and tried to pass them- selves off as genuine Norwegians and might have succeeded if the "brogue' hadn't given them away. A street faker was playing his tiade and catching suckers by the score un- til some of the town board "kicked and Constable P. Kugroden ordered him to .stop. On thii whole, the celebration was 01 deny and enjoyable, and its we were whirled home on the Cannon Ball in the evening, we felt that the hours we had spent among the hospitable people of Hartland were among the pleasant- est of our recollection. G. UNDERTAKING! ----A FINK LINE OF___ Parlor and Chamber Sets, iiml RIOEO CI1AIKS, Extra Fine, New Styles, Ladies' Writing Desks, CURTAINS and FIXTURES. We put up Curtains for our Customers. A full line of Walter Thompson's JOT-msoiV KING'S: Combination Optometer! most practical Instrument for the purpose ol Jm. TESTING THE EYES. -qiu-Mllv- pyP t0 near-sigUted while Ihi- mhPi ui.iy lur-sijjlited. The Im- purlaoi'i'of iHlniK separately will i pailik- niKlf i-itiind. Tills N si) iirraiiKPc] that thp exact fticus of lens required tor Pilch c.iu IIP usvi-rtaliied Without Ouess-Work, s.o, lail to have your eyes tested with this Instrument, whether you are wealing glasses ornot Thlsln- -triinipnt is now In use by us. This shows a "Good Times." high-bred Clydesdale stallion a first-class pedigree, and is as fine as any ever brought into Freeborn county. Color, dark bay; weight 1 700 He will be at the National House barn Mondays. Farmers should be sure and see him. Terms on account of our getting him so late ih the season Other dates will be given in theSTAND- ARD next week. J. P. FOSSOM Co. At Cost! At Cost! Our entire stock of Dry Goods, Boots Shoes and Groceries, at Alden, is now offered at actual cost prices until June 1st. Bargains for all. Make no mis- take, but call and get what you need at cheaper rates than ever before offered in Alden. DAUWKN Buos. A Sound Legal Opinion. E. Balnbrldge, Mnnday Ksq., County Attv. "Mftvi! used "liters with most happy results. My brother also was very low with Malarial Fever and 'mSSHi was bjr tlmely his Electric Bitters saved J. Wllcoxson, ot Horse Cave, Ky., adds a like testimony, saying: He positively fii ieves KHter" 'n8d not remedy will ward off. as well as cure all Malarial Diseases, and for all Kidney; Disorders stands uneq m led Price coc. and Si at Wedge Barlows Drug- scoro. A Pleasant Proposition. As a novelty and because it is good and pleasant to take we have decided to make an oiler which ought to down the house." It will fit almost every one and cannot be beat in this latitude. We will furnish the Weekly 1 hiladelphia Press, one of the big- gest and most splendid Kepublican news and family papers in the Lnited States, which regardless of ex- pense gathers news in every nook and corner of the world and gives the best 111 science and story, and the STAND- ARD one vear for the very low rate of The two better and few so This oiler is extended to advance-paying sub- scribers only, either old or new. it will not last long. Now is the time to "catch on." oeinsr. Having taken the shop formerly occupied by C. Gustavson, opposite the National House, Clark street, I am pre- pared to do horseshoeing and black- smithing in all its branches. Special attention paid to fractious or lame horses. All I ask is a fair trial. Satis- faction guaranteed. M. DONAHUE. What Would Itccome of the Party Organ? Northlield News. The only platform for a paper is to hew to the line, let the chips fall where they may." Tell tho truth hon- estly and courageously. Letter List. List of letters romalnlnR uncalled for in the post office at Albert tea, Kreeborn County Minnesota, for the week ending May 188D: QKKTLKHKN'S LIST. Cyrus I. Stomate, I Scott Fowler I.anris Peterson, Ole (1 Kilter, Peter B Nelson, Patrick Cummlnes Wallace Hunt, Marl In Hanson Hinls, Ole Larson Hangen, LADIKS' I.TST. Miss Julia T Unkll, Miss Emma Lee. Parties callinp: for Say of the above letters will please say giving date of list. To obtain advertised letters will cost J cent. DOB K. STACV, P. M. No Charge For Examination, -v I" connection with it we keep a large assort input of the FINEST SPECTACLES Tliat are made. Clocks, Watches, Jewelry A splendid stock for I M- or for Birthday. WeddinK and other Presents. Kepairing uarrampd BESSESEN STEEN. in SPRING .-GOODS, NOW AKKIVIIVO J. W. SMITH'S, The Leader in Dry Goods. French and Domestic Satteens, beautiful in design and finish, just the thine tor early tipruig wear. Toile Du Nords, Seersuckers. Choice Ginghams in "reat variety Wmie Goods in Check and Stripes, Klouncings, Embroideries, ic. 4om Spanish aml Sl-00, 81.25, 81.50, 81.75, C'-j.uu, dud oo.iiu. Just iii, a large assortment of Ladies' and Children's Hoseries. The goods are Guaranteed Absolutely Fast Black, Peter G Kristcnsoii, Win r tilken bilck if not as represented. A Job Lot ofjbeautiful Ribbons on sale this week. Prices low Corsets. Huchmgs, Laces, Linen Collars and Cults, in large assortments 1 am making: low prices on all Woolen Goods, to close out and make room for my spring Stock. One thousand yards of new Carpets just in. 15uy now before the advance ours for Good Goods and" Low Prices, Agent for Butterick Patterns. J. W. SMITH. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The best salve In the world for cute, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and all skin eruptions, and positively cures niles, or no pay required. It Is guaranteed to give perfect Satis- faction, or money refunded. Price 2S cents. For sale by Barlow. EDWARDS, Madson Christenson, Blacksmithing, Horseshoeing, and Plow Work, TheniakhiK and Repairing of Well Tool3 a Speclai'y. Shop Opposite Enterprise Office. rSPAPER? ;

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