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 VOL. XXXII.ALBERT LEA, MINN., JULY 25, 1889. NO. SO III IHI » HMH CA HIM, HEMAN HI ACKMEN. \s N I Ii LANl> I 'IU MALK. I. a. M iii ll. ALBERT The Hovland Mercantile Co. WM. C. MCADAM, AW VEU ANO JC DGK HF I HH** id I'mili II nu-**. AIM croiiati ii Urn. MMil*. 11 en iv A Morgan    Watt MONGAN A TRASK, t M i i Khkmhh Th M)VKL\ a * Law v*-r« (nib-** in i.nllnantisun r ,1. I rash. Mi I.r.i ill*: A s » Iii K’k un G. HIMAN r I* J. A STEVENSON. AM) mi KOKOS ii son's I it uh Mf (ire, OFF AHmm( I All V to Lim. ON HIMAN a, Af Ila Ii. Mn , rn st W H H A NIA «nile of Mi WH.COX. MI KH KON (•miler •* i. a Ii.rf A LIO ilk X W I */ / OFFICIAL IHI COLIN IY BOARD. I'roiotqljngs of tho Hoard fit tminty (’mum I ss in lier* at Their Hot;ii* Lit July HimhIoh, I hmm. C. MERRILL. t vKN I I - I III I l< I (IV I K * M|il< I A . I. I»■* - * 11 ’n .ll Hi' "H*, Alta-rt Lea. Mini). I I Rf MINI.ION i ’I VII. FNI; IHE KIL A SII OFFICIAL (NM S I ll Miiri* y«r. Hum viny ami platting In on (Md ut th** cuimt > prom idly utfi-itilcti to at < i unable rate* I mac In court (.on •)(*, AI tort I, Mo.ii ERI EBORN COUNTY RANK. I Mins ii. Att MHT lf INO, I’KKNIOF NT. I ( 11»ltal 9.MA.0UU. Ali» rf Lm,Minn, tinier-I I*,ttiKAttic Hiwim'O, lii-airatM-H a Hperialty. II. Cady, Cashier. APOLLO COMMANOIRV IMH -1 A I F. 11 COM LAVIS OF APOLLO I < ‘amit. Mitier) «III Im- Ii. Id ai lio-lr as* hnn w*h mao th I aor (.-“ut nnmanderie* ct»rd tally I .’N' SUMMER On I ft** Mr Kl In HO*. ami. 4 Welti# fills Iran toil ti IV af . II ti I.rut • LO. Kv<< LAKOS A IL I I Z. K. MALLERY, IVogd.Coal&Uraying. A UNDERWEAR! Hosiery! T OM Yam, Mom soul Ii af s. If. I r*i Star# l*r.»•>. Hardware J way mu I W i -1.1 nj* I * A. I f*~< )r»l*-r -.lait* EDWARDS BROS.. I It*- IF .ml < Cheapest Pl art- for Photographs! wm 111: vj Bargains! * ■ r* >< i i. and Ohll.lrrn'i Ilmira a R Edwards BmA Butldln*: ta < UU) al I OU MAI Oat ParUtpct Farm'The Hovland Mercantile Co. ALBERT LEA, MINN. 'OK Xii S>.in. Fit. Lr-4 1 ttltm, Ila* F ift-t 'J Almont .Messenger and Ringwood, .4 Ih'it iM|f ffarai'*, nod a lar,-*- VI mrk red IO Al •* Short Horn aoli Grade Caille! Calves w hello tjiltWI and Bulls. Aiwa)-, triad to show r van purrbnw or tim, A. I . WKOUK. J. F. JOHNSON. P. F. PETERSON Broadway Wood Yard. CRIPMAN & PETTIT. UK A KEVILS IN Wood, Coal and Draying Wood Sawed to Order. ( |KI Ii KOPIN LSI TK GF LUKA MAHON MHOS’ / ti afd war* sum* I .eave orders on si .til* at I* A NdSMi -i Kmew) store JOHNSON & PETERSON, FURNITURE! A N Miss ('aniline X ar vest in now lias a bijr Store Full of the Latest Millinery Goods, and especially calls the attention of Ladies to her Great Variety of Hats, Bonnets, Flowers, Flumes, Bibbons, And Ornaments. She now has a tine lot of Silk Mitts and Gloves, which are sure to please. Ladies are invited to call while the assortment 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 She will aim as ever to I dense the fancy of her customers, and will keep an elegant line of hats, bonnets and trimmings, and do millinery work in latest styles, lier old customers and ladies generally are invited to visit her store and examine the novelties of the season. UNDERTAKING! A FINK LINK OF Parlor and Chamber Sets, HATTAN ami REED CI1AIHH, Extra Fine, New Styles, Ladies’ Writing Desks, CURTAINS and FIXTURES. We put ii]) Curtains for our Customers. A full line of C 'iiHliotN ai 1141 Ooiliiiis*. Embalming given prompt attention, boot and shoo store. Night calls answered up stairs over Walter Thompson’s JOIINRON .V PETEKSON. 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! at the Closest Margins. Examine VII goods will be soh the prices, and if they are not Lower Than Anywhere Else Within UK) milos, I will immediately make them lower. My Tin Shop is IIAKI) TO BEAT! It turns out the usual amount of TINWARE and JOB WORK every day. J. W. STAGE, Th* Board of County Commissioner* of Frow born County met ut tho Auditor’s office et 3 o’clock p. in., July st Ii, 1)9(8. Present, Win. Christie, T. A. Ital vip, N. T. Hand •••■rf.Louin Merpe, end W. A. Morin. I he following orders were Is-oied regarding changes In school districts: Whereas, The petition of John If. Crumb, a legal voter, freeholder and resident of school district No, lit, Freeborn county, with the approval of the county superintendent endorsed thereon, representing that he is the owner of the land hereinafter described which Is situate in said school district, and adjoins school district No. 25, Waseca county, Mina., and asking that he with his said land may he set off from district No. Ill, Freeborn county, to said district No.'JR, Waseca county, was presented to HW Board of County Commissioners of this county at a session of said Hoard beld on the flth day of February, A. I). I ‘♦via, for the action of said It* ut rd thereon; and whereas, it was thereupon ordered by said Hoard that a hearing should lie had on said petition at a sewsion of said Board to he hehS on the atli day of July, A. Ii. INK), at the county auditor’s office in the city of Albert Lea, in aaid county, aud wburrs*, it was further ordered in and by said order that notice of the time aud place of such hearing be given by posting a copy •if said order In one public place in each of the echmd districts to be affected by said petition an by handing to aud leaving with the clerk of each of said achoo! districts, per-onaJly, a copy of said order at least ten days In-tore the time appoint «i for such hearing, and whereas, at the session of the Hoard of County Commissioners held on said *th day of July, A. ll. list*, due proof of the posting and service of seld order of hearing as tbereiu dire* led and required, more than ten days prior ti said last named date, having been made and flied said petition was publicly read and considered by the Board with everything which was said by in lareste<l parties for or again-t granting the prayer of the petitioner, and sain hoard being of opinion that the petition should lie granted, it is tieing ordered and determined that the following described land, pewit: I he north half of the northeast quarter of section Ave, town one hundred and four, range twenty-three, Freeborn county, be and the same is ic*reb/ set off from ach.sd district No. IU Pi Maid adjoining school district No JR, Waseca county, Waseca county concurring.) By order of the County Commissioners of Freeborn county. Lated the sib day of July, A. Ll. I reft). WM. CHRISTIE, Chairman of the Hoard of Co. Com., Atteal:    Freeborn    County, Minn. W. A. ll HHH NS, County Auditor. W her ca., the petitions of Nicholas and John (Att, legal voters and residents of school district No. RH and lea in this county, with the approval of the couuty superintendent endorsed thereon, representing that they are the owners of the laud hereinafter described, aud winch is situate in school district No. Rn, aud asking that the aaid laud may be aet off from said distri.-t No. OB to aaid adjoining district No. 102, was presented Pi the board of County Commissioners of this county at a session of said Hoard held on the Atli day of January, A. D. Inn:*, for the action of said Board theron; aud whereas, it was thereupon ordered by aaid Hoard that a hearing be had on said petition ala session of the Hoard lo he beld on the 8th day of July, A. ii. Ivfti, st the audipir’s office in Albert Lea, in said county, and it was further ordered, that notice of the time and place of hearing be given by posting a copy of said order In one public place in each «* bind district to be affected by said petition, and by banding to aud leaving with the clerk of each of i-aid sob .rn I districts, personally, a copy of said order at least leu day* before the tune appointed for sui h hearing, anil at the session of the Hoard of Couuty Commissioners held on the Nth day of July, A. Ii. IWR#, due proof of the pasting and service of said order of hearing as directed and required, more lhau ten days prior to said last mentioned date, having b*-eu made and hied, said petition was publicly read aud considered by the Hoard. No remonstrance having been presented against granting the prayer of the petitioners, and said Board l-eiug of opinion that the petition should be granted, it is hereby ordered aud determined, that the following described laud, towit: The southwest quarter southwest quarter, section ii), town 102, range ti, tie and the same is hereby set oil from school district No. OI Pi adjoining school district No. FU, and said land Is hereby made a part of said last named school district for all purposes whatever. By order of the Board of County Commissioners of Freeborn county, Minn. Lated July nth, taw WM. CHRISTIE, Chm. of Board of County Commisioners. Attest: W. A HIGGINS, County Auditor. W hereas, the petition of Haul E. Oppegaard, a legal voter, freeholder and resident o,? school district No. 102 in this couuty, with the approval of the county superintendent endorsed thereon, representing that he is the owner of the land hereinafter described, which is situate in said school district aud adjoins school district No. 66, asking that he with bis said laud may be set off from said school district No. 1th! to said adjoining district No. 66, was presented to the Hoard of County Commissioners of this county at its session held the 5th lay of January, A. I). 1*89, for the action of said Hoard, and it being ordered by said Hoard that a hearing be had on said petition at a session of the Hoard Pi be held on the nth day of July, A. 1). 1889, at the county auditor's office in the city of Albert Lea, In said county; and whereas it was further ordered In and by said order, that notice of the time and place of such nearing be given by posting a copy of said order in one public place in each of the school districts to be affected by said petition and by handing to and leaving with the clerk of each of said school districts, personally, a copy ot said order, at least ten days before the time ap pointed for such bearing, aud at the session of the Hoard of County Commissioners held on said nth day of July, 1889, due proof of the posting and service of said order of hearing as directed and refired, more than teu days prior to said last named date having been made and tiled, said petition was publicly read and considered by the Hoard with everything which was said by interested parties for or against granting the prayer of the petitioner and said Board being of opinion that the petition should be granted, it is hereby ordered and determined that the following described land, to-wit: The oast half of the southeast quarter of section IIC, town 102, range 22, be and the same Is hereby set off from school district No. 102 to adjoining district No. 66 and said land is hereby made a part of said last named district for all purposes whatever. The petition of Charles Narveson for change of school district was on motion rejected. The petition of ti. lh Matbwig aud others for formation of new school district was withdrawn. The petition of a majority of freeholders and legal voters of school district No. 52 in Faribault county, asking to join with school district No. 67 in Freeborn county, was presented to the Board for action. On motion the guard ordered notices floated aud designated the Nth day of January, A. L. H90, as a time and the auditor’s office iu Albert Lea na a place of hearing on said petition. The petition of the trustees of the M. E. church of Albert Lea asking for abatement of tuxes for the year 1881 on church property, and the petition of Fred. Hteele askiug a reduction in valuation for the year 1889 on northeast quarter northeast quarter, section 24, town hfi, range 28, were recommended to the state auditor for approval. The petition of Michael Fenton for reduction In valuation and abatement of taxes on lot 2, sub, of east half northwest quarter, section ll, town KXI, range IO, was on motion rejected. < in motion the county surveyor was directed to reestablish section corner and meander posts on sections ll and ll, in town of london and on section .1, town of Bath. The list of personal property ta*es Of Hen, delinquent and not collectable as returned by the sherif, was examined and the amount of said list ordered stricken from the tai books except state taxes, aud tho auditor was directed to make application to the state auditor for permission to include said state taxes In the amount to be stricken out. The following resolution wa* adopted: Keaolved, that the following amounts be and are hereby appropriated from the county found: To Court house fund..........................ftata    Of To poor fund................................. To fuel fund  ..............I...!,,./..!    1155.00 To county road and bridge fund............. lUUO.ii) To express and postage fund................ 150 OO Totowa of Mansfield, to aid in building a bridge over Lime creek.................... us OO To town of Freeman, to aid in repairing road across Tmnson’s slough. ........... IOO.en I lie committee on road viewing reported as follows: To tile Board of County Commissioners of Freeborn comity, Mtnn:-The undersigned committee appointed by you to examine the proposed alteration of a highway as stated in the petition referred to in your order of appointment made on the 7th day of February, would respectfully report that we met at the time and place designated in your said order and proceeded to examine the highway proposed to be banged, which said highway was as follows: Along the easterly side of south half northeast quarter, section .14, town 102, range ZI, eo that the same when changed will run as follows: Directly east on the south line of said south half northeast quarter, section 84, town HK, range 22, to the intersection of the section line of said described lands aud premises on the east side thereof and thence directly north on said section line eighty rods to the Intersection of the Albert Lea and Bear lake road. And do hereby recommend that the prayer of said peU-Honers lie granted. tilveu under our hands this 28th day of May, A. D. I MKY. T. A. II El.VIG, LOUIH MAHLE, Committee. • in motion the report of alxive committee on change of highway was accepted and the following order issued: HTATK OF MINNESOTA,) Couuty of Freeborn, j **• Whereas a petition signed by 37 freeholders of said county, preying for the change of a certain higliwny in said county, as hereinafter described, was laid before this Board at Its session commencing on the 5th day of February, A. D. 1880, by the auditor of said county, aud this Hoard being satisfied that at least thirty days notice that said petition would be presented to this Hoard at its said session had been duly given prior to said session, Hi manner and form as by law required, aud this Hoard having at its said session aforesaid aud on Hie 7th day of February, A. D. 1889, by its written order duly glveu and made, appointed from the members of this Hoard a committee to examine such proposed change of a highway which, when changed, will run as follows, to-Wit: Directly east on the south line of south half northeast quarter, section 34, town HK, range J2, to the inters** Hon of the section line on said described lands on the east aide thereof, and thence directly north ou said section line eighty roils to the intersection of the Albert Lea and Hear lake road, Which said committee after having completed their examinations did make their report of their proceedings in manner and form as by taw required, and thereby recommended that the prayer of said petitioners should tie grunted, a copy of which said committee’s report was duly returned aud laid before this Board at its next session thereafter, commencing onjthe Nth day of July, A. D. it*9, and whereas, at a meeting of the said Board of County Commissioners commencing on the 8th day of July, A. D. 1W9, the same being the next meeting thereof beld after the return of said committee's report, the prayer of said petition was considered and determined by this Board, aud a majority of the Board so agreeing: It is ordered aud decreed hereby, that tho prayer of said petition be and the same is granted, and said highway is hereby changed so as to runj according to said committee’s report, by corners and distances as follows, to-wit: Directly east on south line of south half northeast quarter, section 34, town 102, range 22, to the intersection of the section line of said described lauds and premises ou the east side thereof, and thence directly north on said section line eighty roils to the intersection of the Albert Lea and Bear lake road. Aud it is further ordered and decreed, that the county auditor notify the supervisors of the towns through which such road is changed of the fact of such change and that they shall cause to be opened so much of said highway as lies iu their respective towus. In witness whereof the chairman of this Board has hereunto set his hand and affixed our seal at Albert Lea in said county this 8th day of July, A. D. 1889. WM. CHRISTIE, ( bm. of Board of County Commissioners Attest:    of    Freeborn    Co.,    Minn. W A. HIGGINS, County Auditor ami Kx-officlo Clerk of Hoard. The board selected the names or 63 persons to take the place of the grand aud petit Jurors drawn at the Flay term of District Court, 1889. On motion the following bills were allowed: City or Albert Lea, to reimburse for amount expended by the city for relief of poor in excess of $6<)o, for the year ending March tat, 1*9............................  IlHa    t50 City of Albert Lea for relief of poor from March I, 1889, te June 12, 1889............ Town of Hayward, to reimburse for expel) ditures for poor in excess of $200........ Town of Freeman, to reimburse for expeu ditures for the poor in excess of $200.... The board of commissioners directed the following tax levy to be made for 1889: General school, I mill; special county, for court house fund, I rn iii; couuty revenue fund for current expenses, $24925. The levy for county revenue is based upon tho following estimates as amounts required for 1889; Auditor’s salary................... Deputy Auditor's salary.................. Jailor’s    ••    ............ J udge of ProbateV County Attorney’s” ................ Supt, of Schools’ ••    .................. County Commissioners,.,  ............. 4^ Clerk District Court......................... ggg Sheriff and Deputy.......................... 700 Stenographer.................................... Witnesses District Court....................*.    *    ->oo i’ettlt Jurors fees.............................. ti rand ”    **    lido Justice Court •• ........................... ......................................I.’.”..    1000 Hooks aud stationery........................... 4700 Election returns................................ -5 Returns of births aud deaths................... 200 Couuty poor..................................... -^ooo County Treasurer............................... Insanity cases................................. Boarding prisoners............................. .pgj County roads and bridges...................... Sundries......................................... ^ On motion Commissioner Christie was authorized to use tim full amount of money allowed by law for the support or Elias Westland, a pauper. N. T. Sandberg was appointed a committee to draw plans, Ac., for an addition to poor house. On motion Hie following bills were allowed: Ole Ofstebage, care or o. Murteuson. a pauper, to July 15, 1889..........................$    22.50 A, Freldeniund, care of Mary Larson, a pauper. to July 1, 1889.......................... D W. Hayes, wood for paupers............. F. A. Nelson, goods for paupers............. Hans It Freldeniund, care or Johanna Net son, a pauper, to July I, 1889............... I K Hazelton, boarding paupers............. of III stlaml, a pi Illest of Chem 11 in • lit-inllk matt)1 of Cb>'milk fain ll express paid..... ommiMioner Jut ladvlewtng IU nty pf Gilbert Joiin-ioit Mie n, for Melliiin, a pauper, to July; I* A Nelson, goods for pauper K IC Pace, good* for pauper*.. I. K Westland, care of I bas VV per, to July I. pep,......... Kanomi Bros, goods fur pan]* ti W Gees*)-, juror in family., John Robertson, services J K Barron, juror inquest W A Higgins, postage ami Louis Mar fie. services as c 8, 9, lo. It, ami 28 mile-, travel.......... Louis Marpe, May 25,1 day committee w at jail.......................... Louis Marpe, May 27 and 28, and IR miles of travel.,,,,,,. hi Louis Marpe. May 26, I day on business and 16 miles travel............... Louis Marpe, June, I day on county poor business and 9 iii He- travel............. I A llelvlg. May 27,    29,    rnadvicwing and ‘.Si miles travel  ...................... T A llelvlg, July 8. Ii, Hi, ll, „n county isiard ami *9 miles travel................. N T Sandberg. July 8, «, in, ll, on county isiard and 12 miles travel................... Win Christie. June JI, signing older* and SM miles travel................................. VV in Christie, July 2, mad* ii-wlng ami .» miles travel..................... Win Christie, four days couuty popr business to July ll, taw.*, and DUniiie* travel......... Wm I bristle, July 8, 9, lo, ll, on county lioard and 34 miles travel................. Heman Black mer, counsel for Gen Mi Colic). etal, appointed by the court .............. Allowed less $10, amouiit allowed ......... J W Minim, goods for paupers................ Ilovland Mer Co, gomla for jail.............. II ll Freeman, cleaning vault  ......... 8 Strauss, goods for paupers................. Heman Blackmer, justh es fees.............. Farnsworth A Edwards, light ami power for May......................................... Farnsworth A Rawhide, light and j«iw«r fur June  ................... I* c Jenson, paper, Ac, for poor bouse....... Pioneer Press Co, register lunik.............. " sundries for county........ •• blanks for county......... **    ”    Indexes    for    county ....... M F Kusfeldt, brick for poor house.......... J (| A mils, clerk of court fees............. VVC Mitchell, sheriff's fees ............... $15 29, allowed AND IF OO 3 50 15.40 rn. rn 20.00 2 10 3.69 to un 6 .15 I IO 5 OO 2 70 .85 Insurance. Abstracts Made. Choice Farms for Sale! IM PROV KU AM) UNIMPROVED (TTY PROPERTY FOK SALE. AN!) Houses to Rent. TITE UK I’It KS SNT SOME. OK THI VKRY V > Hest English and America* f '!#•#• anti I yr I nnr 111H10 ranrr Companies. Deeds Morfg lire*, Ac carefully drawn. a S/trrtatty. Of?   Eastside of Broad way, l-irs' Door North of Court lions**. I.rn Im 5.00 113 05 10 JO 11.20 9 OU 12.20 2.75 11 IU .50 22.93 76 65 JU. 26 6.05 5.05 8.50 5.00 4.87 12 HO LIU 3 25 6 no 41 50 6 'IO 332 to 90 481.53 237.49 14 50 1500 HOO 600 1150 900 1200 Wedge a Harlow, sundries  ............ “ medicine tor imor........ Oulbrandsoii Brite, hardwire................ **    “    ’’    Ac............ Jacob Larson, lioardlng prisoners........... ” *•    sheriff fees, ic............... " ”    conveying pauper from poor house ................................... Jacob Larson, sheriff's fees................... F K Carter, jurors Tees Inquest of ctiemlik family  ................................ Samuel Narveson, labor on poor farm....... Rasmus Peterson, labor at court house...... Geo M Crane, goods for paupers............ ii K Kossum, express, Ac..................... A N Mow, county poor matters............ Anton Hanson, painting window blinds_____ W C Uoslee, county work, town of Loudon.......................................... Astatine stone Co, sidewalk ................ Ole V Seistad, hauling stucco................ Ricelami township, relief of poor............ lo 00 John P lloidal, I day labor with team.......    3 OO Louis Aaiuodt, witness fees.................. 1.00 A flank, blank books, Ac..................... 45.50 West Pub Co, statutes.,,,  .............. 7,50 Mrs Hazelton, sen tag, Ac, for paupers  IO. Jobnfon A l*etersou4cofliu, Ac, for pauper.. 14 lf ti Day, printing ac. .................... lo. John Paul, lumber for poor house........... 12.98 J E Barron, juror coroner's inquest.......... I.M A Freldeniund, care of pauper  ......... 5 00 K ti Htacy, justice fees........................ 9 90 Ennlug Davison, services iii Cbeinlik iii der case..................................... 3.60 ll.ilvorsen A Luce, printing Ac, $39.9;>, allowed  ................................ 38 4, N M Jenson, meals for jury ami wGuesses...    8.ho C VV Taylor, goods for pauper..........   14.35 Dr Hollister, attendance on pauper    I OO tiripmao A Babbitt, water aud ice........... 1.25 TV Kuatvoid, hardwarc..................... 66    83 P A Nelson, goods for poor farm............. 7    60 W N Crane, deputy county attorney May Term District Court........................ 2.1    no ti K Haugen, express, postage, Ac........... 5.50 tin motion the board adjourned. WM. CHRISTIE, VV. A. HIGGINS,    Chairman Auditor. Establishing Lost Survey Posts. County Surveyor Remington was at work last week establishing corners in Bath as provided by a law of the last legislature, and is likely to have considerable in this line to do. The law referred to is {is follows: Tile board of county commi.s.Hioncrs of any county where it shall ta: made to appear to their satisfaction, at any regular or special meeting, that the section, quarter section or meander post* or monuments established by the United .States have been destroyed or are becoming ob scuta, shall have power to authorize and direct the county surveyor of the county to resurvey, relocate and reestablish such section, quarter section or meander posts or monuments, by hav trig permanently placed at such government owners an iron or stone or wood post or monument of a durable character, of such size and const ruction as In their discretion may be deemed destra hie. In making such survey the said county surveyor shall keep full and accurate notes thereof, and shall Hie a certified copy of the same In tin cilice of the register of deeds of said county, — - Independent Papers Lead, The Standard with the Rest. Omaha Herald. The papers of most power and circulation in New York city are the World, with 250,000 circulation, and the Sun, with 75,000, both independent democratic. The Tribune, which is ardently republican, has now only 37,000circulation, and the Times which is Independent, has at least as much. The Philadelphia Record has over 75,000 circulation, which is the largest in Philadelphia, and it is essentially an independent paper. The greatest paper in New England is the Boston Herald, which is independent, and the greatest paper iii Chicago is the Daily News, and it, too, is independent. — .. ■ •« ♦■» - —-------- The Latest (Jiieueof New York Women. New York Sun. The latest feminine craze, that for wearing the hair in a simple braid, doubled up once and tied with a piece of ribbon, schoolgirl fashion, has sense on its side in this hot weather, although it is rather harrowing to see when adopted by a shrinking, timid young miss of 30 or 40 summers. It isn’t fair for women with really long hair, though, for their braid is so long that it doesn’t look nice and is in the way besides. HORATIO FITCH, With lleailquartors .if ALDEN, is Agrin for Dim Ulit Reliable ranee Co. I Of New York, the lAiypxl purely Fire, Light-Ding, end Tornado insurance ('DUBiiiv in tin- Work!. Ila* pan] over FL’.wnmmio lur lasses; bas over 100,000 polleles out Among farmers. Insures against Fire, LigbMflg, Windstorms and Tornadoes Insure In the Ho.MK, gel I he Best Add Cheapest. Also Agent for the Rice County Nursery! OF FARIBAULT, MINN. I f AVK Filled Orders fur ibis Reliable Nur-I I sery for 15 years, ami knows it can lie de-I Guarantee Satisfaction win HOH ATH! t'iTlH, Abtrn, Minn. ry for 15 pended upon. every order. 26.00 9 73 6.UU 12.90 13.00 6.00 5.00 7.00 13.00 2 40 Proposals for Building. Sealed bids for building an addition to the county poor house will be received at the auditor’s office, Albert Lea, Minn., until August 3, 1889, inclusive. Plans and specifications can be seen at the court house. The committee reserves the right to reject any and all bids. By Order of Committee. Albert Lea, July 20, 1889. 3ut2 We have a choice line of floor and house paints. Parker A Briggs. From TIy© Austin TERRA COTTA forks! We have on Exhibition and Sale some of the Finest Specimens of Lawn Vases! Kver imt on sab* in this city; also a variety of Novelty Vases, Made by band out of Terra Cotta! Come and see them and you will not hesitate but purchase some at first sight. For sale by JOHNSON, NELSON & NELSON, Albert Lea, Minn. ALBERT LEA MARBLE WORKS. M. HKsHt NU Kit, Proprietor, Dealer in all kinds of marble aid Granite, FOREIGN and AMERICAN Headstones, Table-Tops, Sbeltes, Mantles, etc. IK KEEP only the best workmen and gnarau-tee satisfaction in every respeet. M. BESSINGER, Cor. Clark and Washington Hts.. Albert l.ea. t C. L. COLEMAN, Manufacturer of and Dealer in Lumber LATH, SHINGLES. Moulding! And all kinds or BUILDING MATERIAL at Lowest Living Prices. A. J. STADHEIM, Agt. tlT’OMlce ami yard south of 8. M. depot. H. D. BROWN & CO., Bank of Albert Lea. DOES A GENERAL Banking Business! City Property anti tm pr a tv ti Par 00t tt for Hale, Money to Loan! )n Real Estate Security rest. at a Low Rate of toff. it. MHOWX Ak CO. W AMTrn Iff AAI To uk« toe teener or Hie I KU (VIHIP our ; sue 2»xl4xH Inches; weight XA) lbs.; retail price $35 ; utber sixes in proportion. A rare chanco sud p*r mane at business. These Safes meet a demand never befur* supplied by other Safe companies, i we i ----  " are not governed by the .-af* Bool. Address ALPINE NAFE CO,, Cl a clit Mal I, Uhta. ;

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