Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard, September 12, 1889

Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard

September 12, 1889

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Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard (Newspaper) - September 12, 1889, Albert Lea, Minnesota Enterprise VOL. XXX!I. ALBERT LEA, IM INN., SEPTEMBER 12, 1889. NO. 37, HEMAN BLACKMER. 'V, ti !; LA NM I Oil HALK. ' .i. MIMI, PSY A Lit KIM’ HE COUNTY FAIR TH KIK HEADS WEHE EEV EE. WM. C. MCADAM. \ \v VKL AVO JIDOK OK PROBATE Oft* In Court    AUt, Minn. s henry a. morgan, ICVKSSOH IO LOVELY & Mo Kl ALN, I. p*». Office In (•ullirainJMin l(r<»'b! wk OR. J P. VON BERO. »ll V * N I AN ANO SURGEON, nil Resldem i* on (’lark H»r»-KU ti Lon rr<ili|#Mic*»»t Albert I,<m, Mitt ii ok liny. t In tim tonn^ Promises to }.< G. A STEVENSON, I J11V H11 ’ IA N AND >t KO ROK. (irlKX I im*f P.C.Jensen'-i Oma Slur**, Albert Lea, Minn OR H H. I )I!V ‘II I AN ANO 1^‘a, Minn, on in ItlttMl HO , W * -1 if AS i r WILCOX.    I/ MKfiKuN, ALBER! i-»»r»ii*r *’l»t k & Waali- i.e A lint liiW, armer evil the Greatest Attraction Sloe k-raiscrs, Me re hants tbit [heir ix will I best Plod a im l oducts and Wares, anc benefit. It will be ever held in the anti Manufacturer the re Count v will Ult a W C MERRILL. [ \ KNTlMT. OF KU K (IV Ell I I ' spici-r a Jenson's lima it-im. Allwri Uh, Mi un. Splendid Exhibition! E f REMINGTON. |\ IL I Vf)| NKI. IL ANO OFFICIAL (SHIN-i> Sn nr **yi.r, Surviving ann platting in any pan i lr I..ll.,,Mr L**f», Mlnii ii Ult* Ut Utility pfi Omer in ■*»»lilly attended in at court Inn,**, Altin! FREEBORN COUNTY BANK. IMM'- ll. a ll Ms i Hon u PHttl DINT. I e pita J i'-o.tss*. Albert la*a, Minn. (truer* It inking Itll,!nest. In urani • a spi t laity, ti e «*tv, Cashier. Dominick & Connelly, i <>s i ii \ i "roto or Bim ani Stout! Work AND Pl ASTERING. "AV shit keep >»i haml a lane* *ti*’k of i i e* Ii Lime and Cement At the same time, and during alt the Fall, another Exhibition will he in progress, day-time and evenings, which Everybody can not help but bo interested in. Moreover, it is a Free Exhibition! -I I* on.... ut wold- i. J. WANEK, Manufacturer of — Choice Cigars untired* of I Voplt* come to see Mantiv increasing. daily, and the Crowds I is the I tisidav of arc con- Aiul I ll a lr rill Pipes, Tobaccos, Smokeas* Articles, Etc. Sail Orders Promptly Attended to. ALBERT LEA, MINN Oat Park SM Fail ALBERT LEA, MINN. Of the GREAT BOSTON ONE-PRICE CLOTHING STORE, the Biggest ever seen in the County. Th** roil 11**11 Hranlbly IM**,**>«***» of lliinlnrHH—M nt**r Marlin, nirrrt ■.lichting. Millennium, M prink I lug mill tltlirr lintier*. Receive Proper .% t tention. The council held a regular meeting j Monday evening, sept, suit. All mem* I hers present except Mr. Knatvold. Minutes of two preceding meetings were read and approved. Alderman Vi li gand moved that tin I city retain the six arc lights on th* I streets now running, at the rate* of 07,50 each per month, provided they j are kept bunting until 12 o’clock at night, during the present fiscal year Motion was carried. Aldermen Richards, Morin and H icgand voting aye, ! and Alderman Lowe voting no. Alderman Morin of the water works I committee reported that he had been i to st. Paul, ami conferred with Mr. I lie men t, and Pct & Co., who wert w tiling to go ahead immediately, pro-! vided they were .satisfied that SU Indent I quantities of artesian well water could be obtained. Alderman U h gaud reported that , they had had the lire engine repaired | and tested, and that it worked all right j until they attached it to the well. when ) it failed to work owing, apparently, t< I the lack of air pressure in the well. j The matter was totally left with tilt J committee. A petition fora Hid*walk on Railroad street, in Morin's addition, and as far south tis practicable, signed by I Magnolia. M. K. Cole, N. JE. Lund. .tao W. Wood, M* iSeitner and ii. Ahem w its presented and referred to the a1 derinen of the sci end w ard. Report of proceedings of the board of public works was read. It showed that the board recommended that the expense for street sprinkling on contract of McGovern A: Anderson, be borne by the city. The report was accepted, Aldermen Lowe, Morin, Richards, Wiegand and Mr. President voting “aye” and Mr. MOCH rn “no”. The street commissioner was instructed to report all defective sidewalks to the next meeting of the council. It was understood that the proposed eontractors for water works would be bere in a day or two to submit the necessary ordinance, and that a special meeting would be called for the purpose. The following bills were allowed: J Marlin, street work....................f    .l.TS N L Can"*nt**r, strew work................ 1.80 .................... UT.OU IT VIBRATES IN TDK MEMORY. I.HIE SALK I get of All Hum*- Finely Hreii i alt*, the r-tot Almont K»*>t*M*nRer anil Kingwood. »l lirirlny Ii ft r    «, amt a targe Hark • />«»«. Al**! Short Horn and Grade Cattle! ow**,,Calves and Balls. Alway* glad to show si.ok whether yon purchase or not. The Best Goods, The Latest Styles, The Lowest Prices. ii Holbrook, with team J Johnson, with team..................:w    to Nelson, Tenueyrt Co. lumber............... 23,23 C L Coleman, lamber .................. 7‘.    d McGovern & Anderson, -met sprinkling for July.............................SS.OO Kiirnsworth & Edward*, street lights, band stand and council room ............ 4»    tm mas Botcher,lumber ................... 35.CT s F Cbomberlola, special police  ....... 4    co VV' C Mitchell, special [wilier .............. 2    OU P (J Hanford Oil (to. fur oil................ Ii    37 K A Blaekmer, visit** to Morton Ih»>  21.OO Rill of Sun Vapor Streetlight <’o., was referred to Alderman Knatvold. Reports of Pity Justices Stacy and Foote were received and amounts claimed were allowed. Total amount allowed, $228X10 t hats »itll C itizens. Holly ( ase-Farmers are yet busy and wheat is coming into market slowly in Alden. It is quite foul; cockle was a good crop this year. Several of our people will attend the fairs at the Twin A. <•, n Elton. ALBERT LEA MARBLE WORKS. .lf. HUSS I JVI J EH, Froprietor, Healer in all kind-* of FOREIGN and AMERICAN Headstones, Table-Tops, Shires, Mantles, etc. I K EKK!* only th** best workmen and gnaran-I tee satisfaction In every resjwct. M. BESSINGER, Cor. Hark and Washington Hts.. Albert Iwa. Everything Goes! Fall and Winter Goods. Hundreds of Overcoats, Complete .Suits, Separate Pants, Coats and Vests for Men and Boys. Fur-Trimmed v Overcoats! FUR CAPS AND COLLARS, Arid the finest line of Shirts, Undershirts and Drawers, Collars, Cuffs, Neckties, Socks, and Mens* Wear of all kinds. Our Immense Stock DOWN! DOWN ! DOWN ! Prices of Meats! AT- BRUNDIN BROS City Meat Market. Captures the Premium! * And it is well worth seeing. We cannot and will not be undersold. We Guarantee Satisfaction, and have only ONE PRICE TO ALL! Owing to low price of cattle we will sell meat at the following low pricer, for cash only: sirloin Steaks............o <«) loc. or 3t>s. for 2r»t\ Hound Steaks...........8c. per lf), or 3% for aru*. Shoulder Steaks....................(J & 7«. per lh. 1st cut Roast............................sc.    per    lh. 2nd cut Roast..........................7c. 3rd cut Roast..........................6c.    “ Rolling and Stew, 3 to 4 cents, ti reduction from 2 lo I cents all around. We keep constantly on hand a large stock of meats of till kinds equal to that kept in any lirst-class meat market, and remember, that under no circumstances will we be undersold. We have barrels of lirst-class salt pork which we retail at H cents per pound. The People’s Meat Market, IIHIM.IV KltOS.. Prop.. fnTJTQ 12 A121712 may be found on Alo at flea. A XUS JC AIT LA p. Rowell A Go’s Newspaper Advertising Bureau (IO Spruce St.), where ad vernslruj •.outrouts may he made for it 111 BLEW YOUK* City this week. Dr. Ballard the round-trip fare to Our old patrons all stay by us, because they can rely upon what we say. We will satisfy every Customer. I MOREY 13. STERN, Proprietor. Chattanooga is only SU and I shall go to North Carolina that way. Will Crane Your reference to scandals has stirred up several folks. They don’t know which of them is hit. An Insurance Agent— Water works ought to reduce the rate of insurance in Albert Lea twenty-five percent. Alderman Slocum—Water works will enhance tin- value of real property in this city the full amount of their cost the first year. Secretary Parker— Dr. Abbott is confident that tile main college build ing will not accommodate all the new students; that the new building will have to be furnished, and I hope he is correct. Thos. Blackfin -I examined the new-style hot water heaters for residences in La Crosse, and was assured that they are the best arid cheapest in use. A large store there was heated last winter with only two tons of coal and a little wood. I think I shall try the system. M. II. Allen I have five wells, and scarcely any water. O’Connor’s lake is dry for the lirst time known. Farmers generally cannot afford to drill deep wells and put up wind nulls; they cost too much, and if we have no rain soon, I don’t know what we will do for water. \Y. C. Mitchell- There are are a few skin-llints in this town who won’t give a cent for anything. They never subscribe for a Fourth, for a county fair or for any public benefit, and if the charge for getting into heaven is 50 cents, they will never give it; they will prefer to be left out. E. K. Ramsey I am getting more money this year on machine collections than for several years before, but I tell you there will be a good deal of suffering in some parts of Dakota where I have been. I ii some sections the crops are an entire failure and people have nothing to live on nor money to buy with. Wyman Greene—I hardly expect to occupy Linden Terrace before next year, when my parents, who reside at Greene, Iowa, will probably come and live with me. My rather is a clergyman and on account of his advanced years will be unable to continue much longer in the service. — -«•»• - Signs of the ({iiickeiiing. Minneapolis Tribune. The heavy crops, the admission of the new states, the prospective opening of the Sioux reservation, and a dozen other straws all point to a marked quickening of Northwestern prosperity.  — When He Is One, Of Course. Moorhead Nows. When will certain big men of Minnesota, who have rejected Mr. Windom as a Minnesotan, be willing to claim him as a citizen of the North Star state i Th** Kn I ort ain iii en I or th** AnnioDI ■ ♦meri t Co.—A llrlfrioii* Trent or nimir’M Malott Ie**.-PerMcaaiitltmuMl l*lea**anfrim.. A timid or Itnre Ar-I Int** anil Livrrs ot Joy. I he Aaronic! Concert Company, after only very brief advertising, gave tin entertainment at the opera house last Wednesday evening to an audience tGat was disappointing as to numbers, bitt which included many excellent critics and lovers of good music. The treat given was a surprise, and proved to be a succession of delights from beginning to end. No program of music ever before given in Albert Lea bas excelled it in merit or artistic rendition, and it was a feast of melody winch is rarely heard even on the metropolitan boards. Prof. Aamold with his violin takes you into the entrancing delights of dreamland; into the heaven of harmony and sweet sounds, Next to Ole Bull, he was pronounced the most talented and skillful violinist who has appeared in public in this country, and we believe the verdict is not an exaggeration. He it certainly a marvelously fine player, and deserves the high reputation he I RLH earned. Of the soprano, Miss Ellen Reach Y aw, we Cannot withhold milch less encomium and (lo her justice. Mn* is a lovely, modest and winning young lady, and her voice is Attuned to the nightingales. Her notes are not as strong as those of some of the best singers but they are as deliciously pure, sweet and natural as the voices of the rippling mountain stream. She has had rare cultivation as well, and the frequent encores she received attested the appreciation of the audience. It was a misfortune that Mr lung, the tenor, was suffering from a severe cold and was unable to sing, but his rendition of the pianoselections proved him to be an artist of superior talent and culture. A very pleasing and acceptable variety was given the entertainment by Miss Mira Reals, who is certainly an elocutionist of wonderful originality, naturalness and training. In their way her “Irish School Master” and several selections given in response to enthusiastic en cores, were tis artistic and enjoyable as were Miss Y awa delicious “Swiss Echo Song,, or lier glorious “Aria from Lucia.” Miss Beals won the hearty plaudits of her audience and will long be rein em tiered for the grace, line acting and which she displayed. The company is composed of very interesting and model ladies and gentlemen. Mr. Victor Throne, tbs manager is a son of Marcus Throne, the celebrated Norwegian revolutionist and religious agitator. The latter led an insurrection in Norway which resulted in his being imprisoned seven years. He came to America after wards and conducted a free-though paper in Chicago for several years, and is now living in Eau Claire, Wis. He has been a man of remarkable ability, influence and record, and his son in herits much of Ids talent, prepossessing personality and executive ability. .Miss Yaw w hose charming, child-like face and graceful figure won the hearts of all who met her, is only nineteen years of age. .she received her musical education in New York City and is recognized as one of the most promis ing singers now before the public. Her home at present is in Minneapolis. Miss Beals, who is also very attractive in form and feature received her training in Boston. She is in the lower twenties in years; is as bright mentally as she is winning in face and expres sion, and has a very promising future. Prof. Aamold, as he informed us, is married to his violin, and it is a good match. The instrument is a genuine Cremona, and with the bow, cost 83,QUO. It is a sensitive, soulful and almost speaking thing; lie loves it and it always responds to the eloquent be quests of its master. Mr. dung was educated iii the best musical conservatories of Berlin, Germany, and has only been in America six months. Both he and Prof. Aamold are very sociable and pleasant to meet. Mr. dung is to be married soon, but the others of the company are single, and we venture to say for the benefit of their admiring friends in Albert Lea, are fancy free. Prof. Aamold. Mr. dung, and Miss Beals, we believe, now reside in St. Paul, People who failed to hear the company when here really do not know how rare a treat they missed, and we are glad to be able to imform them that they may yet be able to repair their mistake, for the company made a partial promise to return within a few month’s and give another entertainment with a program, if possible, even more attractive than before. STARTLING EVIDENCE ’ Gillrup & Gilbert, Of the C ure or Skirl Discase* Where 1 AH Other Methods Fail. Poor I AM l« A lean*, covering fare, heart Ann entire body n lr Ii Ullin* Menlo*. j »kln red, Mel** and liD-cding. Hair , all anne. Noent Ii ii nil ted., of d al lur*, i I muon turd im ii raliit-. (mid hi < nHriira Itemed ic*. My dlsensu (psoriasis first limit <* intl on my I left cheek, spreading across my no-*** and a). most corer It i« my fan* it ran Inti* my ryes, amt the plus).'tans was air,tnt I would lose tm eyesight altogether, it spread all over my head and toy flair all fell out until I was entirely hold headed; it then broke out on my arms and snotiluers until my arms were Just one sore It covered my entire body, my ran*, head and shoulders tieing tile worst. J lo* wbite scabs fell constantly from my brad, shoulders ami arms tin* skin would thicken and be red aud very lfcliv. and would crack and bind if scratched. After spending tnanv hundreds of dollars I was pronounced Incurable. I heard of the CuMewra Remedies, arid after using two bottle* rn I lei ira Resolvent I could see al liance; aud after I bad taken four bottles I was almost cured; and when I had n^pd fdx bottles of Cuticura Kesoiv-cut and one box of Cutleiira, and one cake of Cullenra Soap, I was cured of tho dreadful disease from which I had suffered for five years. I thought the disease would leave a very deep scar but tho Cutleura Remedies cured It without any scars. I cannot express with a pen what I suffered before using the Cutleura Remedies I hey saved my lite, and I feel it my duty to recommend them. My hair Is restored as good as ever and so ts my eyesight, t know of a number of different persons who have used the Ciitlcura Remedies and all have received great benefit from their use.    Mu*,    rosa    KFLI.V, Rockwell City, Calhoun Co., Iowa. Cntlcurn Itcmedicn Cure every species of agonizing, humiliating. itching, bleeding, burning, scaly, blotchy and pimply discases of the skin. scalp and blond, with loss of hair. from pimples to s.^ropily except possibly Ichthyosis. .Sold every where. Price, Ct ricnu no cents- SOAP280.; Hanoi,VKM ti Prepared by the Potter Drug and Chemical Corporation, Boston Mass. tVHend for “How to Cure Skin Diaconal,” 64 pages. %o Illustrations anil loo testimonials. nPLES, black-heads, red, rough, chapped, and oily- gate prevented by Cntlmra Soap. lf Stops the Pain. Hack ache, kidney pains, weakness. rheumatism and muscular pains re-I Ie vert In one minute by the Cutleura Antl-I'alu Plaster, the first aud only Instantaneous patn-kiilmg plaster. tai Esto 1^0. VIVss. AND- Insurance. Abstracts Made. Choice Farms for Sale! IMPROVED AND UNIMPROVED CITY' PROPERTY FOR SALK. AND Houses to Rent. I/ TSK AV K REPRESENT MOMK OF THE VERY Best KngHah and American Fire hnJ lucfanr i UM ****** ii cr Companies. |»i*,*d* Mortgages, rte carefully drawn. VniierHou» n SftffiftItf/. Office oil Fast side of Broad way. Hrs* Door North of Court Mouse good voice, rich humor THE SLT WHITT SOAP HADE iH AMESiCA- Jas-S-Kirk Oi&'CO; WHITEIS Cloud ‘Float!mc • Soap- I ^.HANDSOME; HEES Containing a Photo anapes £ •    J. ActORsandflciRESsts LATEST FALL STYLES A Large ani Beautiful Assortment I am pleased to announce that I have received my Fall Stock of Millinery! And that it is composed of the most attractive assortment which I have ever displayed. Bonnets, Hats aoli Trimim In endless variety, and the prices are such that bulies can afford to gratify their tastes. Miss Caroline Narveaon now has a big Store Full of tho Latest Millinery Goods, and especially calls the attention of Ladies to her Great Variety of Hats, Hon nets, Flowers, IM nines, Ribbons, 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. HORATIO FITCH, With Headquarters at ALDEN, I* Agent for the Old Reliable Hole Insurance Go., Of New York, tho Largest purely Fire, Light-> Insurance Company Iii Mas paid over 54g.ouo.uuu for A LL Millinery Work Is done by experienced xjl hands, and is guaranteed to give satisfaction. Making over straw bonnets aud bats a specialty. Such work will be done in Hie most stylish manner, and at very low cost. Ladles are invited to examine our stock and style of work. MRS. J. STAGE. H. D. BROWN & CO., Cholera in Michigan. r- Dr. F. D. Larke 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 lirst reported. He used Chamberlain’s Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and says it succeeded where all other remedies failed. Not ti single case was lost in which it was used. This remedy is the most reliable and most successful medicine known for colic, cholera morbus, dysentery, diarrlitea and bloody dux. 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by Parker & Briggs. The Full Season. Have just received my Fall and Winter Goods, together with the celebrated American Fashions for line Merchant Tailoring, and am now prepared to show my friends and customers the finest Suiting, and Pants and Overcoat Cloth ever brought to this city. Please call arni examine goods and prices.    II.    A.    Hanson. -O'-—    - The Hight Idea. Waseca Herald. Horse-racing is all well enough in its way, but it takes something more than that to make a county fair a success. It takes a little of everything to make a fair a success, lf you have any sort of a curiosity put it on exhibition, and be sure to bring along the “common things of life.” Wanted 200 Salesmen. Permanent situation, guaranteed $40 to $100 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 & Co., nurserymen, florists and seedsmen, St, Paul, Minn.    3utI Bani! of Alw Lea. DOES A GENERAL Banking Business! City Property and Improved Far mn for Hale Money to Loan! On Real Estate .Security at a Low Rate of In crest. ti. II. lf KO MV A CO. IDX*. BEERY’S' A Treatise on CHRONIC, FEMALE, Ii E C T A L and ANA L DISEASES, BLOOD POISONS, DISEASES of INDISCRETION,^. Also VALUABLE flints to MOTHERS on Colds, Croup, Cholera Infantum. Lung Fever, <fee., and How to Treat them, together with Reliable Recipes of Inestimable Value to Every Person. Sent free to the afflicted who give name and duration of sickness. To others for 25 cts. in currency or in one cent stamps. Address Dr. A. BEERY, Beery Block, Minneapolis, Mina. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF ALBERT LEA, MINN., HAS On Improved Farms on Easy Terms, at Low Rate of Interest. Mug. and Tornado tim World. Hast___ Losses; baa over tuo.ooo policies out among tanners. Insures against Fire, Linum, windstorms aaa Tornadoes lusure In the HOME, get the Rest ami Cheapest. Also Agent for the Rice County Nursery! OF FARIBAULT, MINN. HAVE Filled Orders for this Reliable Nursery for 15 years, and knows it eau be depended upon. I Guarantee Satisfaction wit! every order. HORATIO FITCH, Alden• Minn. C. L. COLEMAN, Manufacturer of and Dealer In Lumber! LATH, SHINGLES. Moulding! And all kinds of BUILDING MATERIAL at Lowest Living Prices. A. J. STADHEIM, Agt. CiT“Offlce and yard south of 8. M. depot. Airt Lea College, FOH TODNe LADIES. \ HOARDING SCHOOL WITH ALL THE jl \ Comforts and Reautlful Surroundings of Home Life. None but Flrnt-Clatnt In-stractorh Employed. Studies embrace a Complete College Course. For Catalogue and other information address, Her. ii. Ii Abbott, II. Ii , President, or II G. Forker, Sec. of Executive Committee. Albert lea, Minn. Broadway Wood Yard. GRIPMAN & PETTIT. DEALERS IN Wood, Coal and Draying Wood Sawed to Order. AFFICH OPPOSITE GULBRANDSON BRO'* I bard wart) store. Leave orders on slate al . A. Nelson’s grocery vtore ;

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