Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard, May 30, 1889

Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard

May 30, 1889

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Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard (Newspaper) - May 30, 1889, Albert Lea, Minnesota Enterprise VOL. XXXII.A Lr,HUT LEA, MINN., MAV !!0, 1889. FATHERS and MOTHERS! NO. 2*. A STIFF intl NU OF nil INK I A iv alwnvs tr pIcHSllll SFI IMI to - Uh <> IM dress I hem <'Ii i hi re I heir < Iii If I ret (Mimldrtji I lh ii liiemsel\( well, (•iud, am for it i to is •ii joy pl n on th*, liquor question and t!',''1!, ,rVi,liln., , ire,,,.rally.    When Tile Sun Ith(.I)ull,th rn*'1 Hie telegraph Ii NN'iiitr A Zumbrota t A von mr ma ii ( lot lies I here is a: OO or hoy limned i> no exeilsi their duty washed: with dirty, lugged or ill-litting I of hiiiisell. and it is natural, for se for either kind if his parents v. Dirty Clothes can 1 rutrjrcd ( lollies eau * M M! piddled, and Well-Fitting Clothes! Of all made from be the loin in hen pest I he \ ear t the roam very at finest, can TNE BOSTON I JU a rents Sir Imiiii«I (‘all and se< (or I (’ > i< )V> I it ll. o read\ von can the trre;ii Assortment. ages that we carry. We made. ( heaper tban HIV t lie clot Ii. OI CLOTHING-! ' NII tIi«* lariat Vt en Miaul, ill (lie On- j. tennial llanqoel I'.xeept *^o\. Hill--- J Headier* Harrison nn«l Hayes W t'rc % elf Handy Vilih llir Fluid*. N' W York Hut] J One who has travelled through most I ot tho states during the great presider/* tial battle and since has heard frequent comments concerning President 11 arri soli’s view drinking announced Hie morning after inauguration that President Harrison stopped in tile Vice-President's chamber and took a stilt drink of whisky before reading Ins inaugural address, there was a shiver among some of his admirers. It has since been demonstrated that the shock was especially felt by republican women. One of these at hrs! would not believe it, and only excused it on account of tin* shocking weather when indubitable evidence was presented that the President did take tie* drink aforesaid. Hie, with many others, had always thought that Hie President was a strict temperance man, and believed that any criticism to the contrary emanated from democratic spite and malice. Several of these I New York republican ladles were so I interested in the truth of the matter that a Sun reporter felt it his duty to give casual attention to it at the cen-1 tennial banquet, It will bi;remembered that at tie* President’s table, besides himself, were Mr. Morton, Mayor nrant, (Joy*. Hill, drover cleveland, Senator Iliscock, senator (.Yurts, ( Bishop Potter, Chauncey M. He pew, It. ll. Hayes, Secretary Proctor, and one or two others. livery man at that table except (Jov. 11 ill drank tile wine placed before him. President Harrison handled the glass containing the sparkling champagne quite as familiarly as any of the others. Iii fact, President liar* risen and Mr. Hayes were quite ju-handy with the fluids as any of the men, more or less renowned, that The Sun reporter has seen at great public banquets. The one man Yvho through it all tasted only A poll i naris was Gov. I Livid lf II ill. Ute items A (mill (lur road.’ •I Wins Republican. Hon. I. Ck Stearns, of Now Kail* HONORS TO TMK FALLEN URA VE. J. F. JOHNSON. Zumhrota writes: “The running of trains outlie I duluth road makes tilings quite lively in town.” Hold Memorial Order for To The last we J. C. Lottos has bi lion foreman at the duluth road passenger trathe • k averaged od persons daily. ii appointed sec* Zumbrota end of •* between Ped oiig the I)., ll. W. ompleted Friday J went over in tin The Fair Protest of An Teacher. Adiuiruhh (ll fill lh( I hat Mi \v TI A and stoni l>» it' HI (lit* ( Ii, t1m*\ ait minty, and at the rices O now Iii SH MOREY E. STERN, Prop. THE YEAR ’ROUND We continue <,iir Steady Trade, and at all Seasons make Hie People Happy by making their feet Coin-forl a bit*. IM erybody knows thai pinch***]. cold or hot lect makes people miserable. This we avoid by fiir-iii'liina: Men. Women ami Children with ii IM Hi v I lluI l it. Vv I'fecl Fit gives ('ouifort. Weare comfort-nm liers. We eau save you From hot.tired.;iehing Feet in Summer and are always -lad torii) it. even if we do not make a cent. ( all and we will tell you all Al.Br.Ki Lea.,Va) T, l-*<. KrfifrrSin fir ut hilt;—As oin* oi tin* members of the ’I•* whers Dint mite, I wish to acknowledge tin favor you did us, in gratuitously distributing copies al Uh- Hi a si'Alto Minong us. aud at th* '.nm* tlliH* to protest against the unmerited as I** noons ca*t lipoti us iii that Mum* Issue of your palier. Your statement about th** tuimtier of teacher* at**|tutlnted with the name of William W iiidom I- entirely wrong My th** method of questioning, aoy person missing one <}ui>gioi) w as debarred from answering the follow (agones, and then* is no doubt that many were in the same | sun I mn as th** writer of this, who failed to recall to mind the moue of Heeietary Proctor aud, knowing all the other names, was obliged to sit still and allow the Mta VO a un to solemnly de* I are that she did not know th** name of the secretary of the treasury. There may be some |M»ints upon which our erudition is not siirprts-tngly profound,ami w** know that among us. ami Classed as 'tet her'*.” ar** **0111** ignorant, un* quallAed persons pla****il then* by th** deplorable mismanagement to which political machinery ha* condemned us, but the mass of th*- tcaelMn of our county are the same as before, and are bravely ming to do good work In the country schools, ft is neither just nor kind for th** lead lug new simper of the counts to add to the difTI-eiiltt* s which environ us. VY’** are obliged to consider tills atLe k as msile on the principle of “kh-ging a man when Ie* is down,” as we do not remember that any similar on** was ever made wliite we were under the intelligent supervision of an officer who would have resented anything ■*<> prejiKlic. il to our interests. Although it may not he a vital question whether we knew the names of iii** cabinet nffioers, it is still des!rabic A. s. railroad wa? and the ii rat incssa afternoon. Passe liger coach No. I, of the Duluth, Red Wing A Southern railroad, canto in Monday. It is a veritable palace on wheels built on the most modern plan and a line piece of workmanship. It is o2}j feet in length of which about ii feet constitute the car pro|K?r. At one end is a smoking apartment, a saloon aud the heater and at the other a saloon and lavatory. The whole interior is linished in mahogony with plate glass mirror panels, it will accommodate Lo persons and is the work of the Ohio Falls far company of Jeffersonville, I nd. I lie car lias lieeu named “lied Wing," a large red wing being symbolical oi the name of the city. It was open for inspection in tee St, Louis yards yesterday afternoon and many compliments were bestowed on tin* management of the road for tee enter* prise shown in securing such a palatial J structure. Duluth Herald. It is Secretary Phelps’ belief that I the new Pacific Coast Miort line, about which tin* Herald has given considerable information, is negotiating with the Duluth, Red Wing a Southern to n.'<* tin* latter road as its outlet to Duluth aud tin* lakes. As Inns been stated, contracts are let on this line at each end, I~J 1 miles westerly from Sioux < Sty, LIO miles Oast from Ogden, Utah, The line will connect at Sioux City with the Red Wing road, and that will lie its shortest route to Duluth, its known objective point. This Pacific ( oast short line road is of much importance and is a scheme of greater magnitude than is generally realized, and its traffic would put tee Red Wing road iii a strong position at once and give it a tremendous through trafiic. Hoi,..nit |*n«*u Y) III Hr rviee*-. -OflieiHl Msj 'n Program. j . The beautiful reremonies of the order of the (hand Army of the Republic in honor of the fallen soldiers ) of the I nfon. will be conducted bv I Robson Post N o 5, in this city to-day. I I lie oration at the cemetery will lie delivered by* Hon, J. A. Leonard, I editor of tin* Rochester Post, and his effort will In* entirely worthy cf tin* occasion. P. F. PETERSON JOHNSON & PETERSON, FURNITURE! Hfyixji a limns Hotbox Post No. 5. Dkiw. V* I!*1 *'• 'N It. . I ll* ti I Att, .Winn,. Af fly v. ‘ it awin bors of th** Punt, the members ut * ump Meade Hons of Veterans, every old soldier in I re* iH.rn county, ami all other citizens wishing to join th** marehlie; column will assemble at Co* court house at too’cloek a. in., on Thursdav, May .sot11, 1 Hsu.    ’ Pc nm it Iv tion of Marshall OII DEK OI .MAUCH. t lfl.ru tho procession under direc-Htney will move iii the 1 hat on this point, as upon more important ones ii put into your treatment of us a little more of the spirit of Ari-tides. JI HON I ii. NELSON A SORENSON, Druid s in Com fort-(living hoots and Shoes, firoad-vviiy, Albert Leu, ll inn., I nile*! Slates of America. $ h ft. y. & ilks SIMMON BINDER. «#* Tho most successful and most durable of all harvesting machines. Contains every device needed to make a machine perfeot. Made of the best material and in tho best wav. Light draft and easy work for driver and horses. Easiest raised and towered of any harvester. I bf re is no Yveiglit on tho horses’ necks-, no tearing of canvas or straps, for thoro are springs to relieve the strain caused by shrinkage; no choking at front of elevators, for their is a relief rake to prevent it. No other Binder has this valuable device. Everything on-tho CHAMPION has been made as simple and substantial as possible. No other Harvester has as good cutter bar and guards, or as many and as good knives, or as strong and adaptable reel, or as simple a method of driving the Binder, nor as good plan for squaring the butts of the bundles. The CHAMPION Butter is unlike any other, and is superior to them all. I he ( II AMPION will cutall kinds of small grain that grow no matterin what condition; it is lighter draft than any other Harvester doing tho same work; it is easily managed by any farmer; it will cause less trouble and expense for repairs, it will make less delay in harvest time, and it will do more work and be more durable than any other Harvester and Binder that is made. THE WARDER, BUSHNELL & GLESSNER COMPANY, SPRINGFIELD, OHIO. MANUFACTURERS CHICAGO, ILL. Knrti ca ti v . lev i;. Wino. We are glad to receive the explanation as to the failure of the teachers to answer certain simple questions at the institute last week, and chee rf ally giY'e it place in our columns. Our criticism was based on information derived from three reliable persons, a lawyer, an ex-editor and an ex-teacher who were present, and thus yvo had reason to rely on it. If literally true it was certainly discreditable 'to the teachers present, and it was the duty of the Standard, in the interest of the schools and the public to make the fact known. We hope that it was true only iii the manner explained by our correspondent. We understood that but few, comparatively, of the experienced teachers and only about one-third oi all the teachers of the county were present in the institute at the time, ami supposed that was in a measure, the explanation. The Standard is and always has been the friend of the teachers, but it has a vet higher regard for the interests of the schools, which are paramount to any of a personal character. We never kick “a man when he is down” merely for tin* sake of kicking him; rather for the purpose of correcting, improving or kicking him out, and that is a duty iii the case our correspondent has in' mind, which it is due to the teachers as well as tho schools that we should faithfully execute. We would not otherwise be true to the interests, the welfare and the progress of education, and to the schools and the teachers which are its main aud active adjuncts. To bt* just to the teachers is a pleasure as well as a duty; altogether those of Freeborn equal those of any like county of the and we are glad to know that of them, like our admirable rank among tin* best. The Burning of Luther College. We copy the following concerning this calamity from the Northwood Anchor: "College burned this morning; nothing left but walls.” This was the first news of th** sad flite of this line edifice, and caused a sadness in the hearts of many here, for "warm personal recollections still linger. I lie following is from tin* Des Moines Register: “Decorah, May 20. special to the State Register:-The Lutheran College in this city burned shortly before midnight. The night watchman discovered smoke issuing from one of dormitory windows, and after a brief investigation raised an alarm. The college bell was rucg vigorously, and this was repeated by the regular city fire hell. rh is railed out the lire department and citizens, but as the college is situated a mile west of the city, the means for lighting the lire were limited to those belonging to the college itself. These held the lire iii check for two hours, but as it was located in a confined space that was extremely inaccesible by ail ordinary means, its extinction was impossible. The tire crept along the roof and at two o’clock broke through the roof and hopes of saving the building were given up. The contents were wholly removed. The structure belongs to the Norwegian Lutheran churches of America. It was built by contributions and dedi cated October 14th, lv»5, and its supine is largely derived from the same sources. During its existence over thirteen hundred students have attended it and its present attendance is IHT. I lit* cost ol the building and grounds was J? I HO,DUO, one-half of which is destroyed by this misfortune.’’ Ruth et- College was four stories high and covered a space of axixTO feet, and carried only spnmu insurance; which only covers the incumberance on the same. , „_  -_.r_- D. K follow liq; OHI cr: Drum Corp**, Camp Mead,* Noun * if Veteran**, KoIwhii I*oh1 Ko, 5 OM MoMle. ..    ’ dural Committee iii CarriaRe**, Citizen* Rerierally. OPOKU OF < KH KMG.VIK* AT I (CM FT KIO , Decoration of i;ra\e*, by the Coit, Music bv the drum euros Prayer, tty Comrade Rev .Mm Houek. y oral music, Poem, Address, bv Capt. J. A. Leonard. Y oral music. Returning, Dip name order of march Hill in* ,    0sirens an* cordially invited to participate iii iii** o(*b< nance of tin* day. Attention is again called to tin* following re ..ii ” pained at the lith annual encampment Mt nioriHi pay is the cholee*! in the calendar or the Grand Army a day of sweet re me I a-nraiice dear to every loyal heart, and any veda-St lh    Dy making It th** occaaimi oi imoiity ami amu«enietit, such as character-izes Fourth of .fitly, should Is* treated assn m-illgnity to the coiiir.ules who died that the country might live.** I*’, b* Pol I KS,    J, Q. ANNIS, Adjutant.    Commander. <<*M HITTI I FOR PKI < (HAT I Mi OKA v RS. Mrs .Far ,*, /.arson with Anna Rlackinerand L*»ttA Kl licit Non. Mrs ll i *il\In with Josie Greene and Inez I- Tost, Mrs .im,> \Vhyt4*ck with Nora (Julbrandson ami i V irgtnia Winlock. Mrs VY- A fiiggin Hit) he. Mrs F ll Fobes With Jennie Hayes end Leila roof'll. Mrs I Hosford with Kila House and Maud Urn WU. Auihs Antlia with Nelli** Lowe amt Maud (|MrupD ° r>rtter with    Day and Hattie J. aW,. Varnell!"” """ '"*■*    “*'" Mrs Peck with Mary House and Myrtle I Ame. „ 'rblackiner with Manito Wedge and Mina IMacknicf*. Mail™    T,lom;H    w 1,11 ,-Alira Why took aud MnZ K Mattery with Birdie Taytor aud Minnie I lavlMMirn. Mrs Long with Miss Frost ami Amanda Lar- UNDERTAKING! A KINK LINK OF Parlor and Chamber Sets, HATTAN it ut I HKK1) (HAIRS, «itll (Hive Higgins ami Alice Extra Fine, New Styles, Ladies’ Writing Desks, CURTAINS and FIXTURES. We put up Ciii'fiiins for our Customers. A hill line of CaskctH tiiixl CodhiN. Kmbalming given prompt attention, boot ami shoe store. Night calla answered up stairs over Waiter Thompson’s .lOIINHON A. PETERSON. KING’S COMM ITT KF. FOK Mf'GRAVING GV CROMti. Mr' I PJI rec Hi, Mrs II Lu kins, ami Mrs CH ram s worth. Combination Optometer! The ’rile* Ffleet of tho Inspection Law. result of tip* meat inspection state many critic, The Nashville Students in Des Moines. Des Moines Register. The Nashville Students, the celebrated colored company of plantation singers gave a very enjoyable concert at the Grand last night. The company includes some mangnificent voices, and they sang the jubilee and plantation songs and ballads and other selections with very fine effect. The voices blend very well. and show a high degree'of cultivation. The program included solos, duets, quartettes and choruses, many of which had to bo repeated before tin* audience would be satisfied. The company responded to a good many encores, giving a program of about thirty selections. In some of the humorous pieces the singers gave a mimicry and inimitable rendering that was extremely funny and kept the audience in a roar. Tho rich voices of the company appeared to special advantage in the choruses, and the whole program was very creditably given. 'These famous singers will appear at the opera house Saturday evening, J line 8th. law in Minneapolis is thus stated by the star: Some companies have raised the price more than others, hut one company is trying the experiment of selling at nearly the same prices as before the law went into effect. This company, however, is the exception. Sirloin steak that could be bought for 15 cents is now selling at 18 cents. Porterhouse steak is sellingut 18 and 20 cents, which is 3 ami 5 cents above former prices. Corned beef is nearly the same in price as before, as is also pork. Dealers think that poultry will be a grain higher. One dealer said: “This new law is obnoxious to meat dealers as well as to the customers, rite dealer has to raise tin* price to make anything, and the meat is not nearly as good as formerly.” 'rite question was asked him if this law affected the country dealers as much as it did tin* city dealer. Ile replied: “It has practically no effect on the country dealer, as they have always killed their own beef. The provision companies around St. Paul depend almost entirely on the city trade. When questioned as to the probability of tin* provision companies raising the present price, lie said, “They may form a combination and so raise the prices aud we cannot help ourselves.” A Popular St. Paul Hostelry. I lo* hotels of st. Paul are famous for their excellency the world over. Hotel nu n are a good deal like poets, and as Horace has it, they are born and not made. Among the many pleasant resting places for the sojourner and way-l ating man in that city, none has achieved a more enviable reputation than tin*'Clifton, situated right in the heart of the city on Fifth street, opposite the new court house. Mr. J. Ii. Baker, the proprietor, is a veteran boniface, and what hi* doesn’t knoYV about conducting a first-class house is not worth inquiring about, lie is splendid caterer, a genial host and a deservedly popular landlord. The Clifton is conducted on t!u* American and European plans, md is possessed of every modern convenience, including electric lights elevators, steam heat, etc. The apartments are superbly furnished and the table and service unsurpassed. Added to this the rates are moderate, and, in fact, the Clifton combines every quality of a first-class hotel. .lust the place, in short, where the guest can be provided with every luxury, convenience and comfort. Albert Lea and Freeborn county people in general will be always wel-come at the Clifton, and will find the entertainment in all respects pleasing and satisfactory. lh** latest ami most practical iustrument for Ut* purpose of TESTING THE EYES. I* requently one eye Is found to bo near-stftitod will!** lh*- other may be far-sljcbted. The Importance of lining each eye separately will b« readily understood. This OI ‘L’O.YIETER Is m> arranged that the exact focus of lens required for each eye can be ascertained Without Guess-Work, Or confusing the sight, by experimenting with different ulanses, as Is usually the custom. I)o not fall to have your eyes tested with this instrument, whether you are wearlmr glasses or not. This la- -itfument is now In use by us. Charge for Examination, And in connection with it we keep a large assort-infill of the Wait For the Wagon I ntil June 1st,- then we will give away 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 articles, also keep all kinds of sewing machine needles and oil. With every purchase of SI or more we give you a chance to w in a prize. Call in. A. II. SQUIER. FINEST SPECTACLES That are made. Clocks, "Watches, Jewelry A splendid stock tor I **** or for Birthday, Wedding and other Presents. Repairing warranted BESSESEN & STEEN. Row to Make Money. lo save money is to make money. The common way of washing clothes on a washboard is growing out of favor fast. The Eclipse Washer Yvill do the work better, in less time, and with no wear to the clothes; the savings Yvill in a short time buy a machine. Used by hundreds of families in this county alone, n recommend of this wonderful machine is unnecessary, S. lteinsberg warrants them for two years. HSTe-w KTovelties in SPRING .. GOODS, . NOW AltKIVING AT J. W. SMITH’S, A Sound Legal Opinion. E. Bainbridge, Munday Esq., County Atty., Ubly Co., Texas, sa)': “Have used Electric miters with most happy results. My brother also was very low with Malarial Fever and Jaundice, but was cured by timely use of this medicine. Am g a ti slit'd Electric Bitters saved his lite.” Mr. D. I. Wileoxson.of Ilnrsp Cave, Ivy., adds a Ilk** testimony, saying: He positively believes lie would hav«* died, had It not been for Electric Bitters. This great remedy will ward off, as well as cure all Malarial Discases, and for all Kidney, Liver and Stomach Disorders stands unequaled. Brice 50c. and ft at Wedge & Barlows Drugstore. “(wood Times.” This high-bred Clydesdale stallion shows ti first-class pedigree, and is us fine as any ever brought into Freeborn county. Color, dark bay; weight 1,700. Ile will be at the National House barn Mondays. Farmers should be sure and see him. Terms ft IO on account of our getting him so late in the season, other dates will be given i/r the Standard next week. J. i\ Folsom a Cd. Tile Leader iii Dry Goods. Domestic *Satteens, beautiful iii design aud finish, just the thing ir .Spring Yvear. Choice Ginghams in great variety. French and for early Spring Toilo Du Nords, Seersuckers. White Goods iii Check and Stripes, Flouncing!*, Embroideries, <&c. Black Silk Flouncings in Spanish and Chantilla at 81.00, $’l.25, 81.50, $1.75, 62.00, 82.YO and $3.00. Just in, a larg'e assortment of Ladies* and Children’s Hoseries. The goods are Guaranteed Absolutely Fast Black, A At Cost! At Cost! Our entire stock of Dry Hoods, Boots, Shoes and Groceries, at Alden, is now offered at actual cost prices until June 1st. Bargains for all. Make no mistake, but call and get what you need at cheaper rates than ever before offered in Alden.    D    AU wen Bros. The New Discovery. You linve heard your friends and neighbors talking about It. You may yourself he tine of Hie many wlio know from personal experienee just how good a thing It Is. lf you have ever tired ir, you are one of Its staunch friends, because the wonderful tiling about It is, that when once given atrial, Dr. King’s New Discovery ever after holds aplace In tile house, lf you have never used it ami should be afflicted with a congii, cold or any Throat, Lung or Bliest trouble, secure a bottle at once and give it a fair trial. It is guaranteed every time, or money refunded. Trial Bottles Free at Wedge & Barlow’s Drugstore. Notice—Horseshoeing. Having taken the shop formerly occupied by C. Gnstavson, opposite the National Douse, Clark street, I am prepared to do horseshoeing and blacksmithing in all its branches. Special attention paid to fractious or lame horses. All I ask is a fair trial. Satisfaction guaranteed. M. Donahue. And Stainless. No humbug. Goods taken back if not as represented. lob Lot olfbeautiful Ribbons on sale this week. Prices low'. Corsets, Kucliings, Laces, Linen Collars and Cuffs, in large assortments. I am making low prices on all Woolen Goods, to close out and make room my Spring Stock. One thousand yards of new Carpets just in. Buy now before the advance. ^ ours for Good Goods and Low Prices, Agent for Butterick Patterns. J. W. SMITH. EDWARDS, Madson St Christenson, Be Sure* to Read Carefully. The Pioneer Meat Market has come to the trout again fully stocked up with the choicest of all kinds of meat. No pains xvii I he spared to keep up its reputation as a first class market in every respect. Cleanliness; choice meats, good weight, fair prices. All we A ii Tv'™' *'ro^1^e^01' [Blacksmithing, Horseshoeing, and Plow Work. . Jensen, Cutter and Tender. L. P I The making and Repairing of Well Tools a Specialty. Shop Opposite Enterprise oak#, ;

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