Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard, August 22, 1889 : Front Page

Publication: Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard August 22, 1889

Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard (Newspaper) - August 22, 1889, Albert Lea, Minnesota VOL. XXXII. ALBERT LEA. MINN'., ALGI ST NSI NO. I 4 im>im;ss ( akds. if? Ii HEMAN BLACK MER, A WY KU. LANI) KOH SALK. ALII KHI I ok MIMI. ay ilipesi tti LIST OF PREMIUMS rn OK I ll WM. C. MCADAM. A WY KU ANH .JI IX.I*. OK KROMA I I J Oft!** iii Court 11**10 **. A In*, rf tea, Minn. fury A. Morgan,    Waller ,1. Trask MORGAN A TRASK. * I I I 'KHIM♦H"* IM I.OV I I,N A M<HH'• A N i i,i*sH'. etftlce in (.uihrHmlsoit IU.*' Ii'.-a DR. J P. VON BERG. M AN A N D St' UG KON •ti I'la* k siree, j ffkwx 11 re, Afi***rr la* i, 3 —J Cl. A srrvf MSON %/ AN AN I) st UGI «*N. OI Ut* I. C. Jel ll MCI u s Durn store, ■ Ute it l ea. OR H M WILCOX. l/ AN A > .I) si'Rt;KON, Al.i’JT J hun. , w est , | IflHM* I * * * f 11 f'* T * V vt I 35 cd lie ,s terrine W C MI BRILL. Vi ll I ll I o\ I It T THI MI NC. TON. I I M . I VI I It A M M ll I ll I \ Str%»‘Vur. Kurv<*Ytfiff stint )»! irf i«( Hit* cornily ;<t Mf** iiify nlft‘n il»h*    I    HIM*#*    iii    (MMiiI lioyo ► HifBOAN COUNTY BANK pit Hi at'A\UrU.***'%t Mill ft kluu Hminp**    a    H Dominit k & Connolly, Unci: ant! Stone Work AND PLASTERING. I resit Lime and Cement Freeborn Co. Apollos Society, KOH I III Twelfth Annual Exhibition, TO HK II KLD I N I * I ...ru.m syiwr .......  ...    (lipKMM Brat tour Gordon Miter put*......fi ...    •• Bent I Hub Netter ...    ** Brat pair Dub Mitier pops  ......... IK M pointer  ..................    » Brat \mlr pointer pup*  .............. Bon rn (int I ft  ............................... Brat pair I nautili put*. *,    ..    •* Hi‘ut N. w Eon nil land ......... Heft j*alr Now Fooudland po J* DIVISION II—FARM IMPLEMENTS AND MANUFACTURES, step* ri,%tenet* rd—Jnhn \f utt*<,n. class xxv~Farm Implements. The society offers no premiums on farm Implements Dealers and manufacturers are invited ements and will be allotted rh as are found worthy will to exhibit til suitaMe spam be awarded * WeffuesaaK sd Tmrsdir. Sept. 24th, 25th 4 26th, 1889.1g Si lr Imp and sn Pin mas cr aas xx1 under this Bra I animal painting )n t flower painting in n I trad t crayon drawing Brat t peru It draw ing ... Bes! 1 original picture Bes! : [stinting on* bin* . Ural I specimen of grainin Bra! : specimen of sign pa He* I and largrat display c ark of exhibitor, dip lies I . card printing..,,,.,... lust ornamental print Ins pet! and Indelible ct, ass xx .vi Brat Best and largest collectloi Ie Very Laten ( am!inc Xarv6* on a i>i£ Mort* nt Millinery lecially falls of Ladies aliet v of hill ( I Of H I OI f Into at hel* -Manufactures, *a must bo manu! lr* lr. Th** ti UMI bl LA' • I I IC CRH OK TIII. rIvit com’ ae Holston DIN IRION A IR I* cml. nib ut— ll Rtrchsron A KH ETY. J. G. Godley, I.. .1. I boma*. II. I). Brown. TI CK. Ait am VV le>;and. I Nor AND l,o J The Hovland Mercantile Co J. WANEK. Choice Cigars And I Ceiler in Pipes, Tobaccos, Smokeas Articles, Etc. itlail Orders Promptly Attended to. ALBERT LEA. MINN Good Goods A N J» . V * flalt Part Stock Farm! ALBERT LEA, MINN. Sixteen Ounces to the Pound, J.'*,K ‘'VIJ S in I in**]v Hr. I t "Uh, I P get of Almont Messenger nm! • I Itririttff fir*rmem. am! ii feHHi ti rn Pay Hilliest Prices far Farm Produce! Skirt Horn and Grade Cattle' -    —  2 OO ... .... 2 OO 'little Horses. i........ 2 .00 .. ..... 2 UU  ...2.(JU ....... 2 UU I OU I UU I OO I UU I UU I OU ( alves ami Bulls. Always glad lo shin ** I ***t li**r you pure has** or not. A. 1 . II F/H.F. For Sixty Days Only on Our Bargain Counter. marbTTworks. A DR0P 0F ONE-HALF! if. Ill ssl XI. I ll, I'l’oprlrtor 11*-.11 it iii all kl mi1 Mi ill trullA Cut ThrouSh ,he Middle! KORKIGN ami AMEBIC AN Marble Monuments, Headstones, 0,1 r Kni,,‘ s,i"'v''n" M,,|e.v’an(1 bashes .Prices squarely TaDle-Tops,suites, Mantles,etc.    in    Tua    <u ‘|] ^ tho Benoit tor the next Sixty Davs 01 I K KEEP only tile best workmen and gnaran-I te». satisfaction Iii every resj>ect. M. K.KSSI NG KR, < 'or. < 'lark and VV ash log ton Hts.. Albert Lea Everything Goes! I >< > VV TV ! DOWN ! DOWN ! Prices of Meats! AT- BRUNDIN BRO S City Meat Market. Owing to low price of cuttle we will aoli meat at tho following low prices, for caali only; Sirloin Steaks............u ti toe. or allis, for 25c. Hound Steaks............Sci. per Bi. ora'y for 25c. Shoulder Steaks....................6    ii    7c.    per    Bi. 1st cut Roast............................se.    per    Bi. 2nd cut Roast..........................To. 3rd cut Roast..........................6c. Bolling and Stew, a* to 4 cents, it reduction from 2 to I cents all around. We keep constantly on hand a large stock of meats of all kinds equal to that kept in any first-elass meat market, and remember, that under no circumstances will we be undersold. We have barrels of lirst-class stilt pork which we retail at 8 cents per pound. The PeoDle’s Meal Market, ltltl \IM\ BltOS., l*roi.s. BOOTS and SHOES On our Bargain Counter tit Exactly One-Half Regular Prices! And they should lose no time in taking advantage of this Remarkable Ofter. We are not going out of business, but we are going to make business lively, and must have more room for our IMMENSE FALL STOCK! ( all early, as these goods won’t, last long, there being only a few pairs of each kind. WEUM & BERG. - ‘'aTX , - Ic •H MfYnW isti <& OO. d French Draft. tat. 2nd Be»t Stanton, 3 year* or ov*r, diploma aud....................  92    OO    1.00 H*-*tauction,2year old.....    .    .    2.un    I oc Ii*-Si stallion, I >ear old.. .    2 UU lo) Best bro*Kl inure and colt by n*-r -id*-, 3uo 2.UU Brat 2 year old filly............ ..... 2 OU I UU Brat I year obi lilly  ....... ...,2    00    I OO Bests norse coll .........J    uu    I nu Best mare colt................ ..... 2.OU t uu class ii Knglishshlre and Clydesdale. Hallie premiums as Class I. class in Harabletoniuns. Harm* premiums as (’lass I. cl\ss iv-Draught ll rses. Rest span, any Age, diploma and  2 un 2 no Best single horse.................2 uu J u* I g *■ ■* may fest all animas entered In this class by actual draught. class v—Horses for All Work. B*--t matched span............ .......    2 (JU    2 00 B*-*t brood mare and cult   ;t on 2 uu Best mare or gelding, 3 years <ir over. 2 uu 1 uu Brat mare or gelding, 2 year sold 2 UU I UU Best iii,ire or gelding, J year old . 2 00 I OU Best -.licking coit  ......... 2 UU I.OU • lass vi Trotting Horses. Best trotting stallion, A years or over 2 00 Best stallion, 2 years or under ____ Best pair trotting horses, in st>le,col or and action...................... Be**r single trotting horse____ class vii—Matched and Best matched carriage horse B*-si single carriage horse Best family saddle horse .. Fastest walking horse........ class VII—Sweepstakes. Best display ol horses own* I b> one man, diploma and ........... 3 OU Best stallion, showing I best cults under 1 year old, diploma and—..... 3,uo Best brood man-, showing greatest nurn.->er aud best offspring, agy age. diploma and................. ...... 3.UU class IX—Jacks ai I Mules. Best lack.............................. 2    00    1    ou Best Jenny..,..........2    w    I    <<u Best span mule.....................2    uu    I    .UU Best span burro............... 2.uu Parties entering under this division must furnish satisfactory proof of the pedigree of the horses entered. Every man must elect the class In which he will show his horse and abide by it, aud no animal will be al."Wed to compete for a premium in more titan one class except in the Sweepstakes, DIVISION B—CATTLE. Superintendent —f SI Hewitt. class x—Shorthorn. Best hull, 3 years or over, show two calves, diploma aud...............j.uu    I    OU Best bull, 2 years old .............. 2 UU    I    UU Best toil, I year old................... 2 UU    I    OU Best bull calf..  ..................2 UU Best cow, 3 years or os > r ...........2 OU    I    OO Best 2 year old heif*-r................. 2.UU    I    .uu Best I year old heifer............... 2 uu    I    UU Beal heifer calf...........   -'.OU Herd premium—I male, a females— t uu class xi -Jersey. Same premiums as Class 10. class xii Hereford. Same premiums as ('las' lo. CLASH X til—Holstein. Same premiums as Class 10. class xiv—Polled Angus. Same premiums as Chis** IO. class xv—Grades and Natives. Art in the county. Best farm wagon ... Hest double carr lag WIMwmmmn, , . Ifb  ....................... Best double cutter.............. Brat single cntter...n,««................ Brat road cart.  ........ Heat display of vehicles Best farm harnea m,,, Hest double carriage harness.................. Best single carriage harness............itmmi Brat display of boots and shora .... Hest display of work on stone or marble JI* »t dOMO) brooms .. .  ......... Hest warehouse broom............................ Best < hiId 'n broom...       " Itest three butter tubs..„nM..„„............... Best pork barrel   ...........,* Ih-st wash mg mach inc  ................... Brat ditching machine.... ..... Ih-st rock!*-mill .......... ........... Hest thiee-horse evener......................... Rest (tor-bone evener.................. Brat grubbing machine............................ Best hrr aking plow.................................. Best stirring plow ........................... Hest cabinet work . ........................... bist taxidermy work—animals........ Best tax id erin ic work—birds.................... Best suit of clothes ............................. DIVISION I —DAIRY AND PASTRY Suimrintemb    JI.    l*r*s< <jit • LA JI XXVI turn! liplotna 1st. 12 ISI 2nd, I «S) I DO I flU I OO I IS) 2 OO I Best bull, 3 years or over ............ Best bull. 2 years old ......... Best bull calf..................... Best bull, one year old ........... Best general purpose cow ........... Best milch e<»w........ .......... Best lieder, 2 years old............. Best heifer, I year old ........... B'-st heifer calf.................... Best 3 head beef cattie, any ag** or breed .................. ............ Bestcalves, owned by one man..... Best yoke oxen.................... Best yoke 2 year old steers............ Best yoke yearling sleets............ Best pair calves (broke 1. ........... DIVISION C SHEEP. Super int/'mu    Henry. class WI. 3 OO 2 UU 2 OU 2. UU 2. OU 2 UO 2.UU 2 OU 2 UU 3 OO 3 UU 2. UU 2 UO 2 (JO 2 OO LOO LUU LOU Best Merino ram................ .. 2.00 I .OO Best Cots wold ram............. .. 2 00 LUO Best Southdown ram ......... .. 2.00 I OU Best 3 Merino ewes................ .. 2.OO I OO Best 3 Cots wold ewes............. .. 2 OO LOU Best 3 Southdown ewes.......... 2.00 LUU CLASS \ VII. Best buck, any breed or grade..... .. 2.00 I CAJ 14cst 3 ewes, any breed or grade — .. 2 OU I OO Best 3 lambs, any breed or grade.. .. 2.UU I UU DIVISION I)-HOSS. Superintendent Tho*. Dunn. class xviii Berkshire. Best boar, one year or over........... 2.00 I OO I UU I OO I UU ,T,TTYC! "DAtX!?!? may ne lotmunnme ar. im*. J . HAO A iii LIV p. Rowell & Uo’n Newspaper Advertising Bureau (IO Spruce St.), when- od vent si mf •.ouiruciu univ bo modo lur it IAI «LW VOUK. Blacksmithing, Horseshoeing, and Plow Work. The making and Repairing of Well Tools a Specialty. Snop opposite Enterprise Office,    I Best boar, (J months and nuder I year 2.00 Best breeding sow, I year or over  2.OU Best sow pig,U months and under J y r 2.UU Best pen of not less than ti pigs, not over G months old.................. 200    1    tx) class xix—Poland China. Same premiums as Class I-. Cl,ass xx—Chester White. Same premiums as Class in. class xxi—Suffolk. Same premiums as Class in. class xxii—Jersey Red. Same premiums as Class is. class xxiii—Sweepstake. Best hoar, any age or breed — ...... 2.00 Best sow, any age or breed........... 2.U0 DIVISION E—POULTRY’. Superintendent—C. R. Rantoul., class XXIII. AU poultry must be shown in trios—one cock aud two hens. Exhibitors are requested to present their specimens in neat and suitable coops. Best display of poultry............. Best light brahmas.................. Best dark brahmas................... Best black tipanish................... Best burt cochin .................. Best black cochin..................... Best white cochin .......... Best houdous......................... Best golden pheasant............... Best brown leghorns............ Best blat k leghorns.................. Best white leghorns................. Best Hamburg...................... Best white Plymouth Rock...... Best white crested Poland........ Best game fowls..................... Best bronze turkeys....... Best turkeys of auy kind....... Best touloii.se geese.................. Best geese of any kind............. Best Muscaryducks.......... Best Pekin ducks..................... Best Aylesbury ducks............... Best ducks of any kind........... Best guinea (owls ................ Best peacocks..................... 1st 2nd. ... 82 OO I OO ...... I OO 50 ...... 1 OO BO ...... I OO 50 .... I OO 50 ....... 1 OO 50 ....... 1 OO 50 ..... I OO 50 ....... I OO 50 ...... I CK) 50 ....... I CK) 50 ...... I OO .... I OO 50 5« ....... I OO 50 ..... I OO 50 ..... I OO 50 .... I OO 50 ...... I OO 50 ...... I OO 50 ...... I OO 50 .... I CA) 50 .....I OO 50 ..... I OO 50 ..... I OO 50 ..... I CA) 50 ....... I OO 50 50 50 I OO AC 3 OU I OO .......2 OU I (JU .......... 1 OO ......... I OO —w.. 0 50 .......0 30 0 OO *«**••*» 0 £$ .......... 0 bo ......... 2 OO I (A) ........ I CA) 50 .......... I OO 50 ......... I OO 50 ......... I OO 50 0 25 .......... 0 VS m«—0 25 ......... 0 25 mm. ... 0 25 ......... 0 35 ....... 0 93 ........ 0 25 ......... 0 25 0 25 ......... 0 25 ........ 0 25 ....... 0 25 ...... 0 25 ......... 0 25 ....... 0 23 ,*. 0 25 »»*... 0 25 ........ 0 25 ........ 0 25 .... .0 25 ........ 0 25 ....... 0 25 ......... 0 25 0 25 ........ a 25 . . 0 25 ..m. 0 J* ..... 0 25 ....... 0 25 ........ 0 25 .....U 25 ........ 0 25 ........ 0 '25 0 25 .....Z 0 25 ........ 0 25 ........ 0 25 ....... 0 25 I (Kl Brat butter made in June . .. Best butter made at any time Brat roll butter, creamery B***troll butter, dairy ......... Brat creamery butter.  ...... Best dairy butter  ..... H*-st -ample granulated butter Best hill cream cheese Beit primos! cheese ........ Best honey in comb ........... Best strained honey. ............ Brat yeast- Urea* I..................... Bcd self-rising bread ...... Best graham bread................ Brat rye bread ...................... Brat brown bread................ Best 30 ll*s. wheat flour............ Best 25 ital. rye flour  ....... Brat 25 lbs. graham flour......... Hest 26 Ilia. yellow com meal.. Best 261b« white com meal..... Brat fruit cake...^................... Best sponge cake.................... Best jelly cake......... Best chocolate cake.............. Beat coffee cake..................... Best marble cake..................... Hest doughnuts..................... Hest strawberry preserves......... Best plum preserves................. Best 1 notch preserves............... Best cherry preserves ........... Best raspberry preserves........ Best blackberry preserves..... Best currant preserves............. Best gra{»e pre-erves........... Best quince preserves.. .. Best citron preserves   ....... Brat crab-appleJelly .............. Brat strawberry jelly .............. Brat apple jelly ........... Best raspberry Jelly............... Brat cherry telly.................. Brat quince jelly... Jirat rhuban Jelly........... Best gooseberry jolly..... liest plum jelly ..... Brat currant Jelly........... Beat canned plums....,..... Brat canned cherries....... Brat can ne* I currants ... Beet canned goosebenira. Brat canned raspberries., ttrat canned blackberries Beet canned strawberries. Brat canned grajra......... Brat canned sweet corn... iiest canned tomatoes Best cucumber pickles.... Brat tomato pickles..... Best mixed [tickles ...... Brat sweet pickles......... Best apple butter............................... Best plum butter .......................... Best and greatest collection of preserves, Jellies and canned fruits by one person, diploma aud................. Brat sample bread made by girl under IC years of age, with a statement of method of making, written by herself........................................ ...... DIVISION J —V EG ETA BLES AND GRAIN Superintendent'-E. K. Pickett. Class xxvii—Vegetables. Best anti greatest display of potatoes Best early potatoes......................... Bust late [iotatoes.............................. Best sweet potatoes........................... Brat yellow onions......................... Be-t red onions .......................... Best white onions.............................. Beet top onions........................... Best toinatt>eH  .................. Best late cabbage...—^  ............. Best early cabbage............................   jg Brat cauliflower.................  a;, Best summer squash......... Best winter squash........... Best large-t squash.......... Best musk melon............. .......... . Best water melon......................................... Best ruta bag as............................................. 25 Best turnips ..........................  25 Best vegetable oysters.................................. u.5 Best celery ......................................... 25 Best pumpkin...................     25 Best largest pumpkin.....................   25 Best red lapper........................................... a;> Bestand greatest display of vegetables grown by exhibitor............................................... class xxviu—Grain and Seeds. Best winter wheat...................................j Brat spring wheat........................................ Best barley  ............................................. Brat oats................................................... Best buckwheat........................................ Best flax ............................................... Best ten ears ye!low- dent corn..................... Best ten ears white dent corn......................... Best ten ears flint corn................................. Brat ten ears yellow flint corn...................... Best ten ears white flint corn........................ Best ten ears evergreen sweet corn ...... Best ten ears early sweet corn................ Best ten ears pop corn............................... Best peek white beans.............................. Best *-j peck lima t>eaus............................. Best [nick field peas....................................... Best sample garden [was................................ 25 Best peck clover seed................................ 25 Best [leek timothy seed................................. 25 Best [toek blue grass seed................  25 Best red top seed.....................     05 Best display of garden semis raised by exhibitor...........    1    00 DIVISION K—MERCHANDISE. Superintendent*—rn Hnzt lion. CLASH XXVIII. Merchants are Invited to make such displays as they please, and all the space desired will !»*-allowed if suitable notice is given. DIVISION I.-FRUIT ANJ) FLOWERS. Superintaulcdt— if. Bud. CLASS X'X IX. Best and most tastefully arranged collection of plants by (Hie exhibitor, *>f embroidery b We person.,,,  ........... ...................... I Brat *<j***:lnne!M>rn*mentfil ms-die work Brat silk embroidery ........................ Hest worked table cover.......... Best drawn work  .......... Beet outline work.......... Best table drape .............................. Brat picture drnjie................................’ Brat infant s hood ........  .. Best hand hag ......... .. Best silk mittens............ ......... ! Best infant's afghan ........... Best carriage afghan....................  .    .    .    ... Best silk crazy quilt  .......................... Best wonted crazy quilt...... Brat patch-work quilt.  . Brat crochet shaw l.  ..... ........... Brat worked lamp mat.............. Best ftjieeimen worsted work Brat plain sewing by girl under 13 years lh-st and neat*-t flamed stocking Best ami neatest mended glove... Best [air woolen blanket* ................ Best IO yards woolen cloth  ........ Brat lo y anis woolen flannel..,....................... Best woolen coverlet................................... te st [air woolen botte knit by girl limier 15 years...      ....... Hest woolen Bhawl................mm  ..... Best [air Woolen stockins .. ................ Best 2 lbs stocking yarn.................. ............ Best variety of articles mannfai tuns! by any family, but not containing any article entered M-parately for a single premium DI VIRK>N N -GRAND BABY SHOW Sup11 intlmknt - St rn. P. A. Ulm K nu1 Miss now lins the L*it< ! and es , tent ion Great \ Hilts, Hon net s, Flowers, Plumes, Ribbons, J Anti (h iuuiieiifn. She now I ibm a fine lot of Silk Mitts and (1 loves, which are sure to please, hailies are riled to call while the sortment is complete. in as- Mrs. Stage A, CLASS XX XI I. ny baby under I yi ,, 3.00 .. 3.OU . 3 OO , ETG. /(i bte*. 2 on 2 OII 2 iii 2 OU nu I UU I un I OO I UU I 'IU I UU I IKJ I elegant nets anc 81 OO 50 50 25 25 I OO 25 Bo-.! linking ran naoy turner I v<*ar te st licking girl baby under I >*>ar Best looking twins under I year DIVISION D-LITERATI'RI Sup, nut, intent Mix Ii. It. /' CLASS xx xiii. Best prose essay or eom|NisltJon by pupil In district school in Freeborn county.............................. Best |m ***111 by same  ....... Brat plain penmanship bv sann H*-st iMrnamental p«*nmansiup Beal system of Linn acc*>uiil s K*-1 *t y any farmer iii Freeborn county last year    .............      2    un H.-st recitation by    young lady ....... 2    ou Best recitation by    young gentleman    2    no The fair will    be opened    at 9 a.    in. on Tuesday and continue three days. Annual ticket of membership one dollar, which entitles the person to enter any articles or animals and free admission to the grounds during the fair for himself and the members of his family under 21 years of age. >ingle ticket of admission 25 cents. Only members of the society will be allowed to compete for premium; others will lye allowed to place articles on exhibition without competing for premium. No entries will Ii© allowed after Ute I spq son First day of the fair, unless good reason ' * is shown the executive committee, and positively not later thai ll o’clock the second day. Exhibitors who do not present their articles or animals before that time cannot compete for premium. No article or animal will be permitted to be taken away before I o’clock p. rn. of the last day of the fair, under penalty of forfeiture of premium, except by permission of the executive committee. Hay and straw will be furnished free of charge to actual exhibitors. ( 'are will be taken by the officers of the society to prevent injury to or loss of animals or articles on exhibition, but they will not lie liable for any loss or damage that may occur. Persons who desire space on the grounds or in the buildings must apply to the secretary. Premium will in no case be awarded where the animal or article is unworthy even though there be no competition. If the weathershould prove unfavorable for the exhibition, and the receipts insufficient to meet all demands, the society reserves the right First to pay itll expenses of the fair and afterwards to reduce the premiums pro rata with tin-money remaining on hand. Ail premiums not called for in thirty days after the close of the fair will be forfeited to the society and placed to its credit. Is now Mettled in ii pleasant Store one door soul h of t In* ^ cl low Front building, and is constantly receiving her Spring Supplies of Millinery! She will nim as “Iplease the fancy of turners, and will ever to her cus-xeep an line of hats, hon-I trimmings, and do millinery work in latest styles. lier old customers ami ladies generally are invited to visit her store and examine the novelties of the NEW STYLES IN ELN AT DAK PARK. diploma and. Best collection ornamental foliage plants, diploma and............... Best collection climbing and trailing plants, diploma and........... Best plant in banging basket, diploma and................................... Best double geranium in bloom, diploma and ......................... Best collection of asters, diploma ami Hest arranged and greatest variety of cut flowers....................... Best pair round or oval boquet.% diploma and........................... Best collection verbena, (Upl and Best collection pansies, dip! and Best collection balsoms, dud and Best and greatest variety of winter apples, dlpl and.. Greatest variety of apples, dipl and... Best show of crab apples, (tipi and... Greatest variety of plums, dipl and Best single variety, size ami quality of plums, dipl and............ Greatest variety of grapes, dipl ami'..' Best plate Delawaea grapes, dipl ana Best plate Concord grapes, dipt aud.. 1.00 .50 .50 .50 .25 .25 .25 LOU LUU .50 .50 .50 Fleet NingM Make the l»unt Fly—Trot ting amt Running Karen.-The YIinnoiiri Horne,Ylenninger'n Almont, HI ae 1. Diamond and l.andin' Minnie I Tipi lire the Mtuken. The first race on the Oak Cark track was on Wednesday of last week between L, O. Greenes light gray gelding and the “Missouri horse, also a bay gelding. It was best two out of three, Half mile heat. It was quite a pretty race. Fred. Tuned rode Greene’s horst and a Pettit lad rode Minnie. Tin Missouri horse won in two straight heats. The races advertised for Friday were witnessed by a large crowd. The stakes were just large enough to make it interesting, and they were made to win. The First on the program was free-for-all, one-half mile, best two out of three, trotting race. Messinger’s Almont easily won, Grant Hevvett’s second, David Colvin’s third. The second trotting trial was between Stage’s Clack Diamond and Messenger’s Almont, best two out of three, half mile. Clack Messinger easily won the lirst heat, and then he captured the second by a half neck. The last was the running race for a purse of 818. The contestants were Landis’ Minnie and Missouri. The former won, half mile heat, 1:04; Minnie also won the second heat, time 1:10. The Friday races created a good deal of excitement, and were much enjoyed. — — -Cholera iii Michigan. Dr. F. 1). Larkc of Rogers City, Michigan, says the epidemic of last year in Presque Isle county, in which so many persons lost their lives, was choleric dysentery instead of cholera as first reported. Ile used Chamberlain’s Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and says it succeeded where all other remedies failed. Not a single ease was lost in which it was used. This remedy is the most reliable and most successful medicine known for colic, cholera morbus, dysentery, diarrhoea and bloody flux. 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by Parker & Briggs. Next Friday! Crockery aud Glassware at IO per cent reduction, at Hansom & Co.’s Ladles of Albert L**;i atte neijqiDonnu I J who appreciate Stjl** aud Beauty, should call on MRS. S. O. PETERSON. WEST SIDE '(BOADWAY, Who bai now received a lance and complete a* sortment of the Latest Styles of Hats, Trimmings, Flowers, Silk Mitts, Etc., Which will be sold at the Lowest Prices. is also conducting a She Dress Making Department, Uniter the supervision of Mrs. Della Williamson, who guarantees a perfect lit and entire satisfaction to all patrons. HORATIO FITCH, With Headquarters at ALDEN, Is Agent for the Old Reliable Hoi Insurance Go., Of New York, the Largest [direly Fire, Lightning, and Tornado Insurance Company in the World. Has paid over $42,ooo,uuu for Losses; has over 400,OOO policies out among tanners. Insures against Fire, LUMMI, WiiKHrni and Toraadaes Insure In the IU IME, gentle Best and Cheapest. Also Agent for the Rice County Nursery! OF FARIBAULT, MINN. HAVE Killed Orders for this Reliable Nursery for 15 years, and knows It can be de pended upon. every order. I Guarantee Satisfaction Witt HORATIO f*’ITI'II, Alden, .ti inn. C. L. COLEMAN, Manufacturer of and Dealer la Lumber! LATH, SHINGLES, Moulding! And all kinds al BUILDING MATERIAL ai Lankest Living Prices. A. J. STADHEIM, Agt. fcW“*Olttco and yard south af s. M. depot. AMOS BUTUOH, Sating, snamnooning and Hair-Cutliog Ladles’ and Children's Hair Dressing % Npeelalty. A NEAT, TASTY AXP OKJJKRLV iiAMtikM HH,if AMOS BUTLER Shop Upstair*, Post othee Boud IIH’. ;

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Publication: Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard

Location: Albert Lea, Minnesota

Issue Date: August 22, 1889

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