Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard, September 5, 1889

Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard

September 05, 1889

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Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard (Newspaper) - September 5, 1889, Albert Lea, Minnesota Enterprise Vol,. XXXII. ALBERT LEA. MINN.. SE I TEM Bl I 5, 1889. Ill XI > UMM CAItllH, Mf MAN BLACKMER. AW?KR I.ANO FOH SALK. I I,* a Minn. ALBERT WM. C. MCADAM, A W V K It AM* .II HOK OE I’KO BA I I. OHm* iii Court Hon*!**, AI o«*rl i,»*a, Minn The J. W. Smith Company! EIX' KI Law \ HENRY A, MORGAN, HORS to lyOVtLY A MOR . AN, •r**. nm#*#* In Gulhr&ndsou Lr# s*to >< k DR. J P. VON BERG. >H\AH !AN ANO M R<.KON OI I H K oui It#** birne* tin C lark Street lh Iii** form hi Of Now I <**|i|«*np#*, Alb«*rt Ia*a, Minn. A ii Kill in* Now Slock * »1 G.A STEVENSON I >11 VSH'I AN ANO M KOKO' I o\«*r I*.«.fpn*<*n's Drug Star** Minn OFFOR A Bn*re Lt*n, OR H. H I XIV MOI AN ANO I I * a. MI • *11. Odic# npton SI*. , w# st of NS * tip WILCOX. HURO KON, ALBERT rii»*i Clark A. Wash A Barlow *. ^nSSSs w C. MERRILL. EMTHJT. OFFICE OVER spii't*r tv J en *oti'a drug •tore, Albert l.ea, Minn. I)' GROCERIES i WItll( lli/.nn*#. < I. .I Taylor Tho M 11 \v a u V. i* »* encampment was the* grandest afTair I ever saw. General Sherman has Tailed a good deal sine** In* was at the* Min* ric*a|K>lis encampment. The* hoys who went into he*st and had tin* ti no*. I attended ( 22d Wis., captain, first the eonian a, one THE < OI'N TI 'N I .NFO UTI’.NATES, mix 'IV ll. E. E REMINGTON. K NGIN KKR, AND OFFICIAL OOI N I) s«irv»*y*r. Surveying and |>Imitune In Bai I of Ute rooniy i*r«>ni|»U> attend#**! to at toil a Ole I at* s. OHI-. Ii, conn hon***. Albert , Mum camp fared most coni Tot the reunion of my old ( and met our old coloni1 lieutenant and .'lo members fit party, (hi#* was from Alai from Tennessee, a few from Iowa, but mc st of them yet live* in Wisconsin* The company was raiseti at Lake Gene-va. Gov. Armstrong- If we eau get wa-ter w orks this year and the Hod Wing road next, we w ill be all right.    # hr. G. A. Stevenson Humbug, yes, that's tin right word to us** concerning the Hrown-Sequard elixir. It will turn •im U Bi s ll FREEBORN COUNTY ll. ARMSTRONG, appal S'SMJMj. Albert !,**;» aking Butin#***. I ii intr nm • '.mIi . (‘ashler. BANK. PRK Mum ti DENT. Defier-Ion laity. Dominick & Connelly, Eventful New1 ETdrying Win n let A COMPUTE ASSORTMENT! Brick aid Stone Wirt1 Smith's Dry Goods Store i Faribault •ally times, Lukt*. and i as Hlack driving a AND PLASTERING. II VS ALW A VS Ii KEX keep nil hall*! H Un*.* ttnf*k Iii sh Lime and Cement •My It. Brl. ■irk ' d VV.dil* rn TX TTI i nill LEADER! T. J. WANEK, ll > 11 ill XllRfH i't Choice Cigars And l8*»I**rIn Pipes, Tobaccos, Smokeas’ Articles, Etc. .tail Orders Promptly Attended to. ALBERT LEA. MINN (lei Pari Stock Em! ALBERT LEA, MINN. I 4 *t i J! SALK "..rn-- KIM*!) Bm! 1 "It*, ti.** I kH«I Almont Messenger unit Kingwood. • I SrUiiif attrite rn. nod a large ll ark /'••titm. Al'" llcrtM'Oil C it, >i t a I will nim nm kl* Chis I >< *| >:« i*t iii*.*n t lOv i'll I II I l«*l* rrii;in v«*r I {(‘lore! T K HIU New Ii I let iii Albert Look out Stock will now be arriving I im iii cellar to garret, ‘and Lea ann br M iisie Vlden wil ’ien the s vs N (line like w < i CM id > daily until we (mr stores both a County Fair. arrives. THE J. W. SMITH COMPANY. Mort Horn and Grade Cattle! *.Halves nu#} (tell*. Always glad to show I. waether you purchase or not, a. c, ii man:. JOHNSON & PETERSON, I jill VI ALBERT LEA MARBLE WORKS. lf. HKsHi SU KH, Proprietor, I (euler in all kind* of Marble and Granite, FOREIGN and AMERICAN Headstones, Table-Tops, smites, Mantles, etc. I KEREK only the host workmen and gnaran-I let* satisfaction In every respect. M. BESSINGER, Cor. Clark and Washington St*.. Albert l.ea. Everything Goes! i>< >wrv! DOWT¥ ! I >C> WIV ! Prices of Meats! AT- BRUNDIN BRO S City Meat Market, sirloin steak*____ Round Steaks_____ Shoulder Steaks.. Isl cut Roast...... 2nd cut Roast____ 3rd cut Roast... Owing to low price of cattle we will sell meat at the following low prices, for cash only: .........ti    iii    loc. or .sifts, for 25c. .Sc. per lh. or 3% for 25c. .............C    kl.    7c.    per    th. .................He.    per    lh. .................7c.    “ .................OC.    ** Boiling and Stew, a to 4 cents, a reduction from 2 to 4 cents ail around. We keep constantly on hand a large stock of meats of all kinds equal to that kept in any first-class meat market, and remember, that under no circumstances will we be undersold. We have barrels of first-class salt pork which we retail at 8 cents per pound. Tie People’s Heat Market, If MOW.. Propel. fn TTT Cf TI A WU may bo found on Clio at woo. A HAD JT ii. IT J!# AA p. Rowell kOo’i Newspaper FURNITURE! i UNDERTAKING A FINK LINE OF-- Parlor and Chamber Sets, HATTAN nut! HEED CIIAIHS, Extra Fine, New Styles, Ladies’ Writing Desks, Embalming giveu prompt attention, boot and *hoe .store. JOHNSON Night calls answered nj* stairs over Walter Thompson’s & PETERSON. Hardware Bargain Counter! I) older to knock the Prices of surrounding towns Cold, that is, to undersell them all, I have opened a BARGAIN COUNTER! VdverttBingBurean<10SpruceSt.),'where advertising bu unwit# Cor U Ut NEW YOUEL* suutracts may I All goods will be sold at the Closest Margins. Examine the prices, and if they are not Lower Than Anywhere Else Within IOO miles, I will immediately make them lower. My Tin Shop is HARD TO BEAT! It turns out the usual amount of TINWARE and JOB WORK every day. J. W. STAGE, bm*ii p#*lined up it good vc lui I out they kick up their heels M. H. Trtisdell Business j?} picking j un at a lively rate over cmr lines. s**v#*r-I a1 #*xtra trains daily lieing run, and it givi*s us plenty to do to attend to local business. Dr. W»*dge The lak** i | county south of Wells, in i ; was (‘ailed White Walnut J Geneva Lake was know I Walnut Lake. i Presley B. Hall—We ar. double team two and thre#*-yeaf **ld Almont colts and a two-year old Bing-wood, and hope to get them iii good shape* tor the* county fair. S. (’.Jansen W#* are grinding CHO : bushels a day at the big Steam mill, I and shall soon increase it by running night and day. We have no’tiuuble in si lling all the Hour w»* make. ; Frederick Tuned, Mansfield W ■ have had much less rain in our town than in other parts of the county, and corn is almost a failure. Nothing can save it now, and it is a great loss to us. Hon. K. Erickson I am going to the .stat#* fair and would Ilk#* to attend the Rochester fair also. A man can learn a great deal that he can ii ike profitable to bim, and therefore I believe in fairs. Prof. Swenson I was at North wood last w#***k and found many friends of our school there. The county superintendent is doing all he can for us. and we will get several good pupils from there. Titos. W. Wilson- We arc* running both mills at Alden and Twin Lakes, and have all w»* can do. The full capacity of the two mills is 55 barrels of flour daily. I he* wheat is No. I and so is the dour. J. Johnson, Hath Skinner’s lake is entirely dry. I never before knew of such a drouth. The wed drillers ar* having a bonanza, and one good will come of it: We will have mon* good wells and better water. S. P. Sorenson, Freeborn -The farmers have not threshed, money is scarce, and times are tight. I think money will be more plenty in a month or so. ' Farm produce is low, but so is nearly eve rything fanners have to buy. An Intuitive Woman Two scandals are brewing in town, but don’t you say I mentioned it. You know the people are quite prominent and I would not have it known that I said a word for anything. Fred. Fink, Jr., Pickerel Lake never saw it so dry iii this county There was a big lire west of my plat’# Saturday, and I feared it might do great damage, I never knew a lire to burn so in the fields before frost. M. P. Howe I will sell my wheat every time in Hie Fall when I can get 70 cents for it. I shall bring .something to the county fair. driving horses and perhaps something else. We ought to all turn in and make it a success. Rev. J. C. Robinson, Alden—It is astonishing that the crops are so good. My coni is first-rate, and so is much of it in our town. But water is getting very scarce. Farmers go ten miles to Wells to get artesian water for their stock. Judge A. IL Bartlett Corn and hogs are now the main reliance of Shell Bock, and a good crop of wheat don’t help the failure of corn. We have been doing a big credit business expecting better times tills Fall, but I guess we shall have to draw in some now. W. II. II. Gordon—If we ever find out who set fire to our creamery peo pie will be surprised. We offer a reward of 82m for evidence to prove who did it and it is not impossible that we may yet discover the villain. We intend to rebuild and go on with the business as soon as possible. T. A. Medius, Geneva I bet a cow with Dr. Twiford that Hie lied Wing road would not be here in a year. That was in March of last year, and I shall have to go and ask him to drive his cow over. He will do it if I say so, but I would rather have lost the bet and paid for the cow myself. I). Ii. P. 11 lbbs—I have made an estimate of the amount of water dowing into Fountain lake in ti hours from the eight artesian wells on its banks, and am satisfied that it equals 75,om gallons, That amount of fresh pure water is certainly a great advantage in keeping up the lake. A Republican We are going to wait a little and see whether Mr. I rankness gets a good outfit for the post office, and if he does not he will have trouble. \ leading merchant will at any time thought best, begin the sale of stamps and postal cards, and besides, tho matter will be fully presented to the postoffice department and the senate at Washington. Richard Fitzgerald, Bath—I don’t come to town as often as I used to, but I get the Standard aud read the proceedings of the county board. I iind they are very liberal in allowing themselves 8d a day and mileage, amounting to still more, for viewing roads in distant parts of the county, and J think they have a pretty good job. lf the people would figure it tip as I am doing they would be astonished at the end of the year. Their Hoar on th#* luiin- it Im ami %% fit. 1laiiAjE«><f.-.Oii l> Poor Inmate*, hut B Infer Will Nee Uore.-\**«Mlw ut Un* Institution. We made the county poor farm a visit Sunday, and wore much Interested iii the institution. It comprises a half section of land in Bancrof t, four miles north of the city, and th#* buildings are situated near the main road on the high hank of Bancrof t creek, which is entirely dry now, but which is generally a line spring-supplied stream, ruder the capable supervision of Commissioner Sandberg a large addition is sung erected to the old building MIF PROSPECT BRIGHTENS. The lt«M| which is likely to meet the* demands # tin* county. The addition has a large dining room, kitchen and pantry and bed room on the first floor, a large sitting room, which may la* used necessary as a sleeping room, and tw bed room® on the second floor. Th building, when completed, will la large and commodious structure There is a fine bani on the premise's with a good basement for stable, and a well WO feet deep supplies an alum dance of excellent water. An imper taut need is a good cistern, and we ar# surprised that provision has not been made for one en* this. It is almost necessary as a well, for soft water quit#* indispensible for washing and bathing purposes. The building should be provided with troughs and spouts and a cistern should b** made at once Mr. and Mrs. Hazelton are greatly interested in making the farm a model place; the rooms and halls are carpet ed: they are clean, attractive and home like. and it is apparent that the county board acted wisely in selecting them to manage the institution. The land is worn out with repeated crops, not having been fertilized, all the straw even having been drawn off, and it is v#*ry unfortunate that th** inward cannot giv«* Mr. Hazelton a contract of at least five ycan so that he would feel justified in making the necessary expenditures f or teams, machinery, cows. and the like*, to restore the farm to fertility and thus mak.* it profitable and self-supporting. I b# re ar** only four inmates now, as follows: Ole Tronson and wife, Henry Fulton and Jells Steflenson. With th** coining of winter, however, there are likely to be a score or more, and they ar** all sure to find at the farm a comfortable home, good food and kind and attentive treatment. whir eoriespon-i. ar** very W lug (loud Mn*. 'Secured Valnable Terminal ladlitlpn at Ila* Intl*-- \i!i|)l<* I'U It Un I* rn in i«« «> (| ,,,, it,,. llon«l<..R nrk In ll**2in nu th*. HT arf Ii Kit a or ti##* 1.1 ii#*. Re*! Whig Republic in, Hie arrangements tor entering Duluth, which have just been Completed by the Duluth, Bed Wing A Southern railroad officials, reference to which was made in th** Heel Wit dence of the Duluth Ne,, ,, important, and mark another step ii th** advancement of that gn at enter prise. They include th** us** of twenty seven miles of the line of th** Eastern Minnesota railroad, in addition to rights and privileges in connection with the terminal facilities of that rail road both at Duluth and West Nu peri or. These terminal facilities are the best possessed by any railroad entering Duluth, and a mon* magnificent system it will be hard to find anywhere in the west. Included in them'are elevators and coal clocks, and in addition to all this a line of six steamships is operated on the lakes in connection with the system, affording quick and cheap transportation to the ea*t. The system has cost over two million dollars and now could hardly be duplicated even for that sum. The officials of the road are to be* congratulated on effect mg this arrangement, for it insures a prestige that would be bani to scour** in any other way. I’he agent of the road, who is now in Europe in its financial interests, announce that a party there is now ready to cive th** money *»n th** bonds of the completed road from Bed Wing to Zumbrota, and furnish th** money on each section as fast as built. The comboy has also secured a responsible contractor, who stands ready to build I section of the road south from Oolith and take his pay partly in cash md partly in stock* Everything points o th** interest of capitalists ana rail-read men in the KMM, aud th** outlook is promising for a successful consummation of this important scheme, after many years of hard work. Gillrup & Gilbert, If you want to insure your life and receive the money during life, go to Gillrup it Gilbert. A Generous and inferred Compliment from a monocrat. Weepy Ey#* Herald, Senator Tom. Bowen, editor. Noticing that Hon. J). F. Morgan is about to remove from Albert Lea and engage in the practice of law at st. Baul, the Herald congratulates him upon his determination to eschew* politics and devote himself to a work for which he is so well fitted, and in which he can win fortune and fame. Mr Morgan was one of the ablest and most valuable men in the legislature, aud a strong effort was made to secure for him the appointment of I', s. district attorney, but as fiis services were rendered more in the interests of the people of Minnesota than in behalf of political cliques, his hope of an appointment was doomed to disappointment. This is fortunate for Mr. Morgan. A man like him has no business in politics. When a man is courageous enough to despise schemers and refuses to bend himself to the mean and sordid work that they demand from every on** engaged in the public service, he exposes himself to the heels of every brainless jackass in the land. If there were truth and candor enough in the public press to set him l ight before the people the people would sustain him, but it is a melancholy truth that there are too many newspapers of th** vicious kind, to uiake his continued success a possibility. If anyone doubts this theory, let him look around and count how-many men of Mr. Morgan’s stamp are making our laws arid administering our government. ANI) Insurance. Abstracts Made. Choice Farms for Salel 1M PISON ED AND DRI MERON KI) TIA HROPBRTY FOR SALE. AND Houses to Rent. w K REPRESENT MOMK OF TUE VI RY L#*hi English umI American Kite mn ti I lielttnr I ti it ti ratter Cota PMI***.    Dee*#!*. Mort* ig**s, Ac carefully drawn Col tertian rn Z yW "', u „onw.v 0,1 Bidi* of Broad- "■<>. Fie, I»itor North of Court Hon*#*. Miff IMI GRAND FAIB, Miss Caroline Xarveson now has a big Store Full of itest Millinery Goods, till’ I The Other Side or the Picture. After giving an excellent account of the lat<* Iowa excursion to this city, the Northwood Index makes the following comments: I he reverse is one not nearly as pleasant to describe*; yet it contains a lesson which should make the beneiits of prohibition more apparent than ever. As the time for starting on the homeward journey drew near, and the visitors wended their way to the trains through the various streets leading to Hie depot, it was noticeable that a considerable proportion of them were in a more or less advanced state of intoxication, and that those so situated were iii the main boys and young men, ranging in age from 16 to 25 years, w ho as the crowd increased converted it into something little more respectable than a mob. There urn probably about 20 saloons in Albert Lea, so that Hie accomodations in that line were more than ample, and the temptation was thrust before these youths at every turn. While the fact of their being away from home and unknown in th** place of their debauch had doubtless something to do with their ready yielding, it is nevertheless more than probable that a large share of those boys have an inherited taste for stimulants and are only saved from becoming drunkards by having the temptation removed from them and by living in a community where the business of drunkard-making has ceased to be one of the lawful occupations. Amt “Ernie Feat” (Harvest Ti-mal Arr miff#-*! My anil For the M«*n#*nt of the German Lutheran (ongrega tl#»n---T#» lt<> ll«*I«| NntDrtiaj, tt<*|it 7cIi, at th#* WUatinic Mini*. Albert Lea, .YIInn. It is customary in other countries and some parts of this, to celebrate the close of harvest by a festival at which classes participate. Such affairs ring the masses together and create good feeling and fellowship in a community. Ii)** (i erin an J.utlierans propose to arrange such festival in connection with a fair, and have been offered kind assistance by other church organizations. During the afternoon a large assort meat of useful and ornamental art! des of needlework prepared by the German Lutheran ladies of this city will be placed on ex hi bi lion and offered for sale, also all kinds of refreshments will be sold at reasonable prices. .Supper will be served between o to < :30 p. rn., and admission will be free during the afternoon. At 7:Ju p. in., will commence a grand musical entertainment furnished by JJrundin’s band, also by a band of string instru-nients and several organizations of hnglish, .scandinavian and German singers. A great feature will be the singing ot the children who gave such a delightful concert at the opera house under Brot. Shryock not long since. Hie pauses between Hie musical performances will be filled by fishing and other innocent sports fur tile young and old, refreshments passed around, acquaintances formed, and renewed and good feeling generally cultivated. Over one hundred German Lutheran families from throughout Hie county have been invited and promised to be present, but as tilers is room formally more we cordially invite all classes of Albert Lea and vicinity. Tickets to the concert at 50 cents per couple, (children iii company with parents, free) can he had at the post office store, Ilovland Mercantile Co’s Naeve & Soth’s, J. F. Woblhuter & Cos, Adam Wingand’s, W. Tunell’s, and at other places. We respectfully ask for a large attendance, and feel safe to promise a jolly social entertainment. The Arrangements Com. N otic©— II orscshoeing. Having taken the shop formerly occupied bv C. Gustavson, opposite the National House, Clark street, I am prepared to do horseshoeing ami blacksmithing in all its branches. Special attention paid to tractions or lame horses. All I ask is a fair trial. .Satisfaction guaranteed. M. Donahue. One Cholera in Michigan. Dr. F. D. Larke of Rogers City, Michigan, says Hie 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. He used Chamberlain’s Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and says it succeeded where all other remedies failed. Not a single case was lost in whish it was used. This remedy is the most reliable and most successful medicine known for colic, cholera morbus, dysentery, diarrhea and bloody flux. 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by Parker & Briggs. per A Scrap of Paper Saves Her Life. It was just an ordinary scrap of wrapping pa-*r, but it saved her life. She was In the last stages of consumption, told by physicians that sin* was Incurable and could live only a short time; she weighed less than 75 pounds. Ona dece of wrapping paper she read of Dr. King’s Sew Discovery, and got a sample bottle, it helped lier, she bought a large bottle, it helped her more, bought another and grew better last. continued its use and is now strong, healthy rosy, p ump, weighing nu pounds. Eor fuller particulars send stamo to VV. ll Cole. druggist Fort Smith. Trial bottles of this wonderful dis’-covery free, at Wedge & Barlow s drugstore. For Sa I**. year-old mare, weighs about 1075 ‘ J    “    colt    “    «    HOO ‘I    <*    #.    .#    .<    8nu One Jersey heifer calf 5 months old. All good stock. To responsible parties long time and a low rate of In terest given.    w.    S.    Ruers. ie and especially calls the attention ol Ladies to her Great Variety of Hats, Bonnets, Flowers, Plumes, Ribbons, Ornaments. She now line lot of Silk Mitts And has a and Gloves, which are sure to please. Ladies are invited to call while the assortment is complete. HORATIO FITCH, With Headquarter!* at ALDEN, Is Agent for lh* Old Reliable •) Of N#*w York, the Lankest purely Fire, high (ling, and rom ado insurance Company in purely Fire, Light- ,    ..     auce    Company    Ii the World. Has paid over for Losses; has over 4ou,ouu policies out among farmers. Insures against Fire, Lightning, Windstorms and Tornadoes Insure la tho HOME, get Hie Best aud Cheapest. Also Agent for th* Rice County Nursery! OF FARIBAULT, MINN. HAVE Filled Orders for this Reliable Nursery for 15 years, and knows it can be depended upon. I Guarantee Satisfaction wit! every order. HOH ATMO KITCH, Alden, Minn. Wanted 200 Salesmen. Permanent situation, guaranteed 840 to 8100 per month and expenses or large commission to successful men to sell our nursery stock, plants and seeds. Previous experience not essential. References required. Apply to L. L. May A Po., nurserymen, florists and seedsmen, St. Paul, Minn.    Jot4 For One Bushel .New Wheat We give 40 pounds straight flour, warranted, ten pounds of bran anti three pounds of shorts. A. Lea Mill and Elevator Co. Eupepsy. Tilts Is what you ought to have. In fact, you must have it, to fully enjoy life. Thousands are searching for it dally, and mourning because they llud it not. Thousands upon thousands of dollars are spent annually by our people In the hope that they may attain this boon. And yet it may be had by all. We guarantee that Electric Bitters, if used according to directions and the use persisted in, will bring you good digestion and oust tho demon dyspepsia and Install Instead eupepsy. We recommend Electric Bitters for dyspepsia aud all diseases or liver.' stomach and kidneys. Sold at 50 cents aud st per bottle by Wedge and Barlow, druggists. Bucklen’g Arnica Salve. The best salve in the world for cuts, bruises sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter’ chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and all skin eruptions, and positively cures piles, or no *»ay required. It Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents. For sale by Wedge ii Barlow. C. L. COLEMAN, Manufacturer of aud Dealer la Lumber! LATH, SHINGLES. Moulding! And all kinds of BUILDING MATERIAL at Lowest Living Prices. A. J. STADHEIM, Agt. Ufo rice and yard south of 8. M. depot. AM Lea College, FOB YOUNG LADIES. A BOARDING SCHOOL WITH ALL THE Comforts and Beautiful Surroundings of Home Life. None but Kirnt-Clamt lit-ut met o rn Kmployetl. Studies embrace a Complete College Course. For Catalogue and other Information address, Her. IC. If Abbott, It Ii , President, or ii. G. Harker, Sec. of Executive Committee. Albert Lea, Minn Broadway Wood Yard. GRIPMAN S. PETTIT. -DEALERS IN- Wood, Coal and Draying Wood Sawed to Order. ( OFFICE OPPOSITE GULBRANDSON BR*# s v / hardware store. Leave orders ou slate at P* A. Neboa’3 grocery store ;