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   Freeborn County Standard, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1889, Albert Lea, Minnesota                               Enterprise VOL. XXXII. ALBERT LEA, MINN., JULY 18, 1889. NO. 29. BUWINKMH NEMAN BLACKMER, KK. I.AN1) KOK SALE. ALBERT WM. C. McADAM, I AWVKU AM) jrixii'. or I-KOBATK. J OIBii 111 Court jfriiw. Alqert M-a, Mlllll. llniry A. Morgan. Walter J. MORGAN TRASK, QUIVKSSOKK '10 I.OVKLY MOUCAN, i) Olliw In Culliiiiiiilsuii llmi'lilm 0. A. STEVENSON, N AND Sl'MKOV I'.C. JCH-HI'I Dull? Muni OR. H. H. WILCOX, OHYMCIAN AM) Sl'ltCKON. AUSEK'l I Ij-a. Minn. ullHv coiner Clark Sis .west nl Kites. Harluw'i WC. MERRILL. DKS'IISI OKI'-ICK OVKlt .lrllsliu'9 drug stuie. Alui'll U-a. Minn. E. E. REMINGTON. t UVII. ANDOl'TICJALCOUS- ty Siim-yur. .SunoniK anil iiljUtw In :iny ol the enmity promptly attended lo at ii'.LSim'ilili- cuiiit Jiunse, Albert Minn ___ FREEBORN COUNTY BANK. r I1HOH. II. 1'KKHIUENT. 1 Capital Albert l.ea. Minn Ueuer- il I'.aiikiNK Business-. Insurance a Specially. "i H.Cailj. Cashier, APOLLO COMMANDERV. STATED CONCLAVKH OK APOLLO 1 Cuimuander) ulUbi-uild at tlieir asylum on the 3d Wednesday of each month. Courteous iilrKulKlitslruiii sister ciininundeiies rurdUlly Invited. T. (lAKDNIilt. E. C S. MALI.Kill. lite-order Z. K. MALLERY, T Old Yard, Hroadw.iy ami snulliof 3. M.tr.irk. Bros. Hard EDWARDS BROS, The Beit and Cheapest Place for Photographs! (Jroup tinil Children's I'lintus a SueeUit) at iidwiirdi liro'iBulldlne. ALBERT LEA, MINN. Finely Bred Corfu, the P gi-t of Almoiit MpssMiger ana Itlnenood. Itrlriiiu Horitfx, and a large Work Tftttn. Al-wj '-ms. Calves and Bnlh. Always glad to show ivhHbtT you or not. A. C. If E K. Broadway Wood Yard. GRIPMAN PETTIT. -IlEAI.EKS IN- 'Wood, Coal and Draying Wood Sawed to Order.  rofessions of fealty to and a promise o remember and reward old soldiers; f it had not been repeatedly announced from Washington that no removals of presidential postmasters would be made except for just cause, meaning dishonesty or inefficiency, the removal might be justifiable on the grounds of >arty policy, and we believe it would lave been, but as it is it is no less than iraitorous party stultification, a shame- ess violation of solemn party profes- sions and pledges, ingratitude toward ;he old soldiers, and inordinate and corrupt greed for the spoil's of office. It is true that Mr. Ilaukness' ap- pointment was supported by a numer- ously signed petition, but the large majority only asked for it when a change should be made, expecting that Postmaster Stacy would be allowed to serve his full term, and upon the fur- ther implied understanding and just expectation that a convenient, respect- able office, and one fully equal to that supplied by Postmaster Stacy would be furnished by his successor. It was naturally expected that no republican would have less enterprise, less pride in Albert Lea, and less regard for the interests and accommodation of the people than a democrat; but in this the people were mistaken, and are now oc- cupying the unenviable position of victims of grossly misplaced confidence. Instead of a post office that represents ;he spirit and progress of the city, that is elegant, convenient and commodious and the very best in all its appoint- ments that is made in the country, as was that provided by Postmaster Stacy, a democrat, the citizens of this city have an old, repainted outfit forced upon them that is unsuitable, incon- venient, and a positive discredit and disgrace. It is established in a small store-room, which the splendid outfit of Postmaster Stacy would almost com- pletely fill, and instead of being on a conspicuous and handy corner of Broad- way, is on a side street, obscurely lo- cated and admitting of only a front entrance for the extensive business that must be transacted. Here is enterprise, progress, repub- licanism and civil service reform for you with a vengeance! We repeat, that if the republicans of Albert Lea could now decide the ques- tion of restoring Postmaster Stacy and his outfit of government standard, Yale lock boxes in place of Postmaster Ilaukness and his cheap, shabby and snide establishment, it would be quick- ly done by a vote of more than three to one, and so enthusiastically that an- other such an outrage would never again be perpetrated in Albert Lea by the bosses of any party. He Was Not the Bight Cooney. The man Cooney who was arrested and held last week for identification on suspicion of being one of the mur- derers of Dr. Croniu was released on word being received from Chief Ilub- bard of Chicago that he was not the right man. Chief Carey caused him to be shaved and his photograph was then taken and sent to Chicago with the fol- lowing result, as stated by the Chicago Extra Fine, New Styles, Ladies' Writing Desks, CURTAINS and FIXTURES. We put up Curtains for our Customers. A full line aiicl Ooffiiis. Chief Hubbard yesterday received from Albert Minn., a photograph of the man arrested there under suspicion of being Cooncy. The chief's criticism on the picture was: "He looks about as much like Cooney as a pound and a half of grape jelly looks liko a milk wagon." After this extravagant comparison he wired the Albert Lea authorities, ordering the suspect's release. "We have been unaWe to find a single clow to said the chief, and I cannot say that I am hopeful of his immediate arrest. I would much like to find him and Introduce him to his old 'pal' Burke In the county jail. As soon as the Albert Lea Cooney was released he at once proceeded to celebrate the event by going on a stag- gering drunk. He evidently enjoyed the notoriety that had been accorded him. J. F. JOHNSON. P. F. PETERSON JOHNSON PETERSON FURNITURE! -.v i UNDERTAKING! A FINE UNE OF Parlor and Chamber Sets, and REED CHAIRS, Embalming given prompt attention. Night calls answered up stairs over Walter Thompson's boot and shoe store. JOHIVS01V PETERSON. ITo-velties in SUMMER GOODS, -----NOW ARRIVING AX----- J. W. SMITH'S, The Leader in Dry Goods. French and Domestic Satteens, beautiful in design and tiniali, just the thing for early Spring wear. Toile Du JTords, Seersuckers. Choice Ginghams in great variety. White Goods in Check and Stripes, Flouncings, Embroideries, Black Silk Flouncings iu Spanish and Chantilla at Sl.OO, S1.25, 81.50, 81.75. 82.50 and S3.00. Just in, a large assortment of Ladies' and Children's Iloseries. The goods are Guaranteed Absolutely Fast Black, And Stainless. No humbug. Goods taken back if not as represented. A Job Lot ofibeautiful Ribbons on sale this week. Prices low. Sorsets, Ituchings, Laces, Linen Collars and Cuffs, in large assortments. 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. Buy now before the advance. Yours for Good Goods and Low Prices, J. W. SMITH. Agent for Butterick Patterns, Hardware Bargain Counter! In order to knock the Prices of surrounding towns Cold, that is, to undersell them all, I have opened a BARGAIN COUNTER! All goods will he sold at the Closest Margins. Examine the prices, and if they are not Lower Than Anywhere Else Within 100 miles, I will immediately make them lower. My Tin Shop is TO BEAT! It turns out the usual amount of TINWARE and JOB WORK every day. J. W. ST-A-GE, THE YEAR 'ROUND We continue our Steady Trade, and at all Seasons make the People Happy by making tlieir feet Com- fortable. Everybody knows that pinched, cold or hot feet makes people miserable. This we avoid by fur- nishing Men, Women and Children with Boots and Shoes that Fit. A Perfect Fit gives Comfort, We are com- fort-makers. We can save yon from hot, tired, aching feet in Slimmer and are always glad to do it, even If we do not make a cent. Call and we will tell you all about it. NELSON SORENSON, Dealers in Comfort-Giving Boots and Shoes. Broad- way, Albert Lea, Minn., United States of America. E w VSPAPERI   

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