Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard, July 25, 1889

Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard

July 25, 1889

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Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard (Newspaper) - July 25, 1889, Albert Lea, Minnesota Enterprise VOL. XXXII. ALBERT LEA. MINN., JULY 25, NO. 30. OAICOS. HEMAN BLACKMER, I AWYKIt. I'Oll SALK. AL11KUT I 'x Minn. WM. C. McADAM, AWVKJt AND .il'IMil! niiln In Omrl UIIIIM-. l.ca, Minn. Henry A. Mureau. MORGAN TRASK. -iiccKssoi'.s TO I.OYICI.Y K 0 Litwyi-rs. (UlicM-in iiiiliiiuiulHim irk G. A. STEVENSON, IJIIVSU'lAN AM) sriCCKON. O. 1 uvrr IM'..liMlsi'li'l Drns Slmv. Alln-lt l.l'll. Minn. DR. H. H. WILCOX. jiiVsiciAN AM) AI.I I.i-a. Muni. Ollii-i- I'liiniTi'laik U'M-II- .Sis., wi-st ol ,t I'arloWn. W. C. MERHILL. I ul-TICK OVKI: Albert .Minn. E. REMINGTON. 'IVII, AMHIKHI'lAI.Cdl'N- 1> Survi-ywr. sin ami jilaliinu In :mv !'.III of prom :ilh-liili-ll lo .H (Illiiv In rnilrl Allinl J-i-.i, Minn. FREEBORN COUNTY BANK. IMHIS. II. I'UKSIDKXT. 1- Albi-rl Ci-ni-r- r.aukini; J'.inini-ss. Insurance :t Spi-cially. s. ll.Caily. APOLLO COMMANDERV. 'pUK STATKll rOXrl.AVKS OK APOLl.O J. (v'inniiandi'ry will bi-hi-ld at lliHr asylum ou ilit- :ici nf i-ach month. Courteous Sir Inun sislirr commandi-rli'S cordially lnvit.-il. T. l.'AUbNKU, 1C. C. S. S. MAI.I.KIIV. liyciinli-r Z. K. MALLERY, A V T (lid Yard. :ni.l Washington siiiilli nIS. M. track. slali- at EDWARDS The KI--.I :unl Cheapest flare fur Photographs! and i'holos a Six'elnlty at Kdwards liro's JJulhilnu. ALBERT LEA, MINN. SAI.K.-XfiniM Klni-ly Umi the of Alntimt Mt-sst-iif4fT and Kiimwood; ilorHVK, and a large H'orfc Ti-niii ANo Start Horn aid Grade Cattle! and mills. Always glad to show riuu-l: whKtlicr you purchase- or not. ijnW-i A. C, WKliGE. Broadway Wood Yard. GRIPMANI PETTIT. -DKAI.EKS IN- Wood, Coal and Draying Wood Sawed io Order. UUIftANIWON BUDS' Itardware sinre. I-eavi: onU-rs on slale at A. NVIson's store. Miss Caroline Narveson now has a big Store Full of the Latest Millinery Goods, and especially calls the at- tention of Ladies to her Great Variety of Hats, Bonnetfs, Flowers, Plumes, Ribbons, And Ornaments. She now lias a line lot of Silk Mitts and Gloves, Avhich arc sure to please. Ladies are in- vited to call while the as- sortment is complete. Mrs. Stage Is now settled in a pleasant Store one door south of the Yellow Front building, and is constantly receiving her Spring Supplies of Millinery! She will aim as ever to please the fancy of her cus- tomers, and will keep an elegant line of hats, bon- nets and trimmings, and do millinery work in latest styles. Her old customers and ladies generally are in- vited to visit her store and examine the novelties of the season. lie Hovland Mercantile Co, SIS -IN- SUMMER UNDERWEAR! Hosiery! AVE I.-IKVE Bargains! FOR vou: The Hovland Mercantile Co, J. F. JOHNSON. P. F. PETERSON JOHNSON PETERSON, FURNITURE! UNDERTAKING! -----A FINK LINE OF----- Parlor and Chamber Sets, and KKED CHAIRS, Extra Fine, New Styles, Ladies' Writing Desks, CURTAINS and FIXTURES. We put up Curtains for our Customers. A full line of s and rder at least ten days before the time appointed or such hearing, anil at tho session of the Board f County Commissioners held on the 3th day of uly, A. D. 1SS9, duo proof of the pseting and ser- of said order of hearing as directed and re- [Uired, more than ten days prior to said last nien- ioned date, having bueu made and filed, said peti- ion was publicly rend and considered by the Board, 'o remonstrance having been presented against granting the prayer of the petitioners, and said Board being of opinion that tho petition should be It is hereby ordered and determined, that he following described land, towit: Tho southwest quarter southwest quarter, section 9, town 10-2, range 21, be and the same is hereby et off from school district No. C8 to adjoining school district No. IK, and said land Is hereby made a part of said lust named school district for .11 purposes whatever. By order of the BofirJ of County Commissioners if Freeborn county, Minn. Bated July 8th, WM. CHRISTIE, Chm. of lionrii of County Comnllsioners. Attest: W. A. HIOUIN'S, County Auditor. Whereas, the petition of Paul E. Oppegaard, a egal voter, freeholder and resident school dis- rictNo. 102 In this cmmty, with the approval of he county superintendent endorsed thereon, re- ireaentiug that he is tue owner of the land herein- fter described, which is situate in said school dig- rlct and adjoins school district No. C6, asking that 10 with bis said land may be set off from said chool district No. 102 to said adjoining district No. was presented to tie Board of County Comrals- ioners of this county at its session held tho 5th day of January, 1S89, for the action of said Board, and it being ordered by said Board that a tearing be had ou salii petition at a session of the Board to be hold on the 8th day of July, A. D. 1889, t the county auditor's office in the city of Albert Lea, in said county; find whereas it was further irdered iu and by said order, that notice of the Ime and place of Buch bearing bo given by posting ft copy of said order in one public place in each of he school districts to bo affected by said petition Find by banding to and leaving with the clerk of ach of said school dictricts, personally, a copy ot aid order, at least ten days before the time ap pointed for euch hearing, and at the session of the Joard of County Commissioners held on said 8th day of July, 1839, due proof of the posting and ser- icoof said order of hearing as directed and re- luired, more than ten days prior to said last named late having been inado and filed, said petition was lubllcly read and considered by the Board with verything which wne paid by interested parties or or against granting the prayer of tho petitioner nd said Board being of opinion that the petition hould be granted, it is hereby ordered and de- ermfned that the following described hind, to-wit: Tiie oast half or tho southeast quarter of section 3G, town range 22, be and the same is hereby it off from school district No. 103 to adjoining dis- rict No. Oi and said land Is hereby made a pnrt of aid last named district for nil purposes whatever. The petition of Chnrloa Narveson for change of school district was on motion rejected. The petition of 0. II. Mathwig and others for oriuation of now school district was withdrawn. The petition of a nmjority oC freeholders and egal voters of school district No. K! in Faribault ounty, ashing to join with school district No. 67 In 'reoborn county, was presented to the Board Tor ction. On motion tho Board ordered notices post- d and designated tbo 8th day of January, A. D. 890, as a time and tho auditor's office in Albert (19 a place ot hearing on said petition. The petition of tho trustees of the M. G. church if Albert Lea asking for abatement of taxes for the ear 1881 on church property, and the petition at 'red. ateele asking n reduction In valuation for he year IMS on northeast quarter northeast quar- er, section 24, town Htt, range 23, were recom- mended to the atate auditor (or approval. The petition of Michael Fonton for reduction In valuation and abatement ot taxes on lot 2, aub, of half northwest quarter, section 11, town llr range 20, was ou motion rejected. On motion the county surveyor was directed t reentabllsh section corner and meander posts o necllonsliandU, In town of London and on se. tion 3, town of Bath. The ll.t of personal property taxes of 1MH, rtelii n Real Kstate Security at a Low Rate of In- erest. n. it. BROWS A vo. lANTED MAN WAlllCV RIHI1 our Safe.__________ Inches; weight SCO 109.; rtlsll price PS ilzes In proportion. A rare chance and per- manent bnilnem. Safes tnmt a demand never before supplied by other Safe u wo not governed by the Safe Pool. Addno NE SAFE Okie. iNEWSPAPERl ;

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