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   Freeborn County Standard, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1889, Albert Lea, Minnesota                               Enterprise VOL. XXXII. ALBERT LEA. MINN., OCTOBER 2-t, 1889. NO. 43. HEMAN BLACKMER, KOJl HALE. ALliKKT i L-u.Mliiu. WM. C. MeADAM, AWYEK AND .IUDOK OK I'KOIIATK j OIllB lu Court House. Albert .Minn. HENRY A, MORGAN. QL'CCKSSOH TO I.OVEI.Y MOI'.CAN. O l.inni'r-. (inicrln llnis'lii n-k DR. 1. P. VON BERG. I AND SntGKON. OKI'ICK ,iinl Kriidrncr nil CUrk Sire.-, in Ihr luiin- reihlencc. Alln-n l.e.i. Minn. G. A. STEVENSON, I JIIYSICIAN AM) OI-TH'K 1 over lu Sioic. AllH'lt Minn DR. H. H. WILCOX. I AMI SL'KUKDN, ALHKKT I MIIIIJ. (IHlcr rniurrC'UrkS. Wittli- tni "I i. Kuiluw'i W. C. MERRILL. DKNTIST. OKK1CE OVEH Junton'i drug linn-. Albert Lea. Minn. E E. REMINGTON. '1VII, K.NCJINKEK. A.N'l) OFFICIAL COL'.N- V tv Murvejuii; KhU platting In :uij put uf the county promptly attended tu iit n-jidiiHble rates. OHIce In court Imuse. Albert L.-n, Minn. FREEBORN COUNTY BANK. 'HMOS. II. AKMSTKONU, 1'HKSIDKNT. 1 Alliert Lea. Mlun. Gener- al I'.iuikiiiK llusliH'-iS. Insurance u Specialty. H. li.OaUy. Cashier. A Splendid Fall and Win- ter Stock of Millinery has been received by Mrs. S. 0. Peterson, and Novel and Klegant Designs are con- slant Iv being added. Hats, Bonnets. Trimmings of all kinds, and Notions such as every lady needs are offered at, I'nusually Low Prices. The Dress Making Depart- ment will continue under the direction of Mrs. Dell Williamson, and in every respect Satisfaction is Guar- anteed to patrons. MRS. S. 0. PETERSON. HERE.-.WEvGO! TIE 1 Bill White House! Takes the lead at the start, strikes an Axtellgait on the second quarter, makes the third quarter in Maud S. style, and conies under the wire A BIG WINNER! And Every Patron of the BIG BOSTON Is likewise a Big Winner. Our Store is full and over- flowing with the finest assortment of Miss Caroline Narveson lias a big Store Full of the Latest Millinery Goods, and especially colls the at- tention of Ladies to her (irwit Variety of Rats, Bonnets, Flowers, Plumes, Ribbons, .And Ornaments. She now has a line lot of Silk Mitts and G-loves, which are sure to please. Ladies are in- vited to call while the as- sortment is complete. CLOTHING Ever shown in this part of the country. Fur Coats 1 0vercoats! LATEST FALL STYLES A Large and Beautiful Assortment I am pleased lo announce that I have received my Kail Stock of Millinery! And that It is composed of the most attractive assortment which I have ever displayed. Boiets, Hats ail Triiiiis! In endless variety, and the prices are such that ladles can afford to gratify their tastes. ALL Millinery Work is done by experienced hands, and is guaranteed to Rive satisfac- tion. Making over straw bonnets and hats a specially. Such work will be (lone In the most slylish manner, and at very low cost. Laities are Invited to examine our stock and stjleofwork. MRS. J. STAGE. FOB YOUNG LADIES. A HOARDING SCHOOI, WITH ALL THE ___ Comforts Beautiful Surroundings of Home Life. None but t'irst-CUtgs In- Xinploycd. Studies embrace a Complete College Course, Ciitalngne and other Information address, Her. tt. D. Abbott, O., 1'resldent, or G. Parker, Hec. of Executive Committee, Albert Lrn, Minn. PR.IOES. FALL AND WINTER SUITS! alH aiicl Gloves, Mittens and Underwear, At prices heretofore unheard of. Cotton Slits frfli Up! Mis All fool Suits troffl Uj! Mis' All fool Diagonal Suits, Up! Mens' Good Solid Underwear at 25 Cents a Garment or 50 Cents a Suit. Mens' All Wool Underwear at 50 Cents a Garment or a Suit. The Heart Cut Out of Prices! Stock Must Go! Goods Selling for a Song! Every Gar- ment Guaranteed. A NEW IS Till: M. A. ST. L. MORETV E. STEK-IV, Proprietor Mr. Springer Kctirs-s anil l'i> A. Hanl.-y With Him, and Mr. lloyd Also-- Important ami I iitcrf.MtiiiuChaiijfeK The Minneapolis announces the rctin-ment of.J.I> from the Minneapolis iV M Louis road, he liavinsj resigned tlit- oilii-cs of Vice President, (leneral Director, and member of the ev-cutive commit- tee, to assume, his nev. position of as- sistant to President Allen Manvel of the Atehison, Topeka A .Niute Ft-. He has also resigned the mlice of solicitor of the -Sou" load which lie has held lor live years, and has already taken up his residence with his lamily in Chicago. As .Mr. Springer has a large circle of iriends in Southern .Minnesota, and especially in Albert Li-a. and is well known throughout tl.e state, his move will be of genei.il interest. Tlie Tribune says: Allen Manvel, of the Atehison, Topeka i: .Nmte Fe Railway Company, lias been commended for the foresight and "horse .v-nse" displayed in making recent appointments of sub- ordinates, and the Northwest has been drawn on for some of the best timber used in making Santa !'e ofiicials since his acceptance of the management of that road. Perhaps in none of his pre- vious appointments, however, has he shown the ability which is confidently expected by his friends to bring the Atehison back into the dividend pay- ing roads, as he has in the naming of .Judge Springer a-> his assistant and adviser in the cond.ict of Atehison affairs. .Judge Springer is too well known to the Minneapolis public and the people of the Xonhwest to need more than a brief mention now. Horn at Gettysburg, Pa., in Isl4, uncontrol- lable circumstances took him to Ohio, and later to Iowa. At the opening of the late war he enlisted and served live years, quitting the service with the title of captain in the regular army. In I860 he was admitted to the practice of law in Iowa, remaining in that state la years, the last two of which were devoted to the legal aliairs of the bt. Louis road. In 1881 he came to Min- neapolis where he has remained ever since, securing in that time a most en- viable position in the esteem of the best people of the state and entire Xortliwest. Some of the most import- ant cases of late years in this section have been won by Mr. the last being the well known Hill- Clyde coal company case which has just been decided in favor of Judge Springer's clients. His masterly hand has been apparent in the management of the St. Louis crossings case, in which he has maintained the- rights of his company against the discouraging odds of unlimited capital and a misguided public sentiment. Having beaten his wily adversary at every point the judge has begun the task of setting the pub- lic right regarding the position of the contestants when this call to a new iield'of labor creates a vacancy that will be difficult to fill, both in the posi- tion of general counsel for the St. Louis railway and tire hearts of his many warm personal friends. The judge will leave for Chicago about the 1st of November, peculiar knowledge of the affairs of the St. Louis road will render frequent visits to Minneapolis necessary for some time." He will return to Minneapolis this week to close up his business as far as possible, when he will be given a fare- well banquet at the West Hotel by his friends in that city. His successor as solicitor of the M. st. L. is A. E. Clarke Esq. of Fort Dodge, one of the ablest, most success- ful and popular members of the Iowa bar. He has been intimately associated with Mr. Springer for many years, and for eight years has been the' Iowa at- torney of the road. We predict that he will at once command the confi- dence of the public and soon win and retain an honorable and leading posi- tion in the bar of this state. Another interesting capture made by the great Sante Fe road is that of J. A. Ilanley, formerly the able general passenger agent of the M. St. L. who has been appointed freight traffic man- ager of the Sante Fe. and it is reported that is. F. the present popular general passenger agent of the M. A: St. L., is also to go with Messrs. Springer and Ilauley into the service of the Santa Fe. Parents' Duty. Parents should be careful that their children do not contract colds during the fall or early winter months. Such colds weakens the lungs and air pass- ages, making the child much more likely to contract other colds during the winter. It is this succession of colds that causes catarrh and bronchi- tis, or paves the way for consumption. Should a cold be contracted, loose no time but cure it as quickly as possible. A fifty cent bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy will cure any cold in a few days and leave the respiratory organs strong and healthy. For sale by Parker Briggs. The "Fall Season. Have just received my Fall and Winter Goods, together with the cele- brated American Fashions for line Merchant Tailoring, and am now pre- pared to show my friends and custom- ers the finest Suiting, and Pants and Overcoat Cloth ever brought to this city. Please call and examine goods and prices. II. A. ILvxsox. Can Truthfully Say. Mr. K. P. Lovejoy. a large dealer in general merchandise at Wabuska, Ne- vada, says: "1 have tried St. Patrick's Pills and can truthfully say they are the best I have ever taken or known used." As a pleasant physic or for dis- orders of the liver they will always give perfect satisfaction. For sale by Parker Uriggs. A Hale Old Man. A hale old man, Mr. Jas. Wilson of Allen's Springs, 111., who is over sixty years of age, says: "I have in my time tried a great many medicines, some of excellent quality; but never before did I find any that would so completely do all that is claimed for it as Chamber- lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrlwe Remedy. It is truly a wonderful medi- cine." For sale by Parker Briggs. UU.NXELJ, AM) THE OLD SOLDIERS. HIMV They Arc Getting Their He- is the Same Way Through- out the C'mi Furnish An ftxample. Spring Vallcj Vldt-tte. j The appointments thus far made in I Pillrnore county, namely lluaht'ord, Lanesboro. Preston, Fountain, Granger and Bristol Postmasters, raise the pertinent inquiry, are the soldiers of Fillmore county being ignored by the powers that be? Not a soldier has been yet appointed in this county. Is this fact significant? If so, who is responsible. Recurrence to recent history will now be interesting. There are in the nine counties of this con- gressional district some L'nion soldiers. In 1W, this solid soldier vote elected Judge Thomas Wilson over .John A. Lovely, solely on Lovely's copperhead record; in other words'to rebuke Lovely for his anti-soldier sen- timents. Is there a sane man in this district who can deny this patent, irre- futable fact In 1888 these Union soldiers voted almost solidly for Colonel M. H. Dunnell as against Judge Wilson. Whyy Because Colonel Dunnell is a I'nion soldier; was colonel of a Maine regiment, stood on the Chicago plat- form which declared its undying love and preference for Union soldiers; and further because Colonel Dunnell said on every stump in this district that he would carry out the Chicago, and the Rochester platforms upon which he stood, and give the old soldiers prefer- ence in matters of appointments. Is there a veteran in Fillmore county who fails to remember the pledges of the '88 canvass? There cannot be one! Have these pledges and promises in the plat- forms upon which Harrison and Dun- nell were elected, been redeemed V If not, who is Let the appointments at I'ushford, Lauesboro, Preston, Fountain, Granger and Bristol answer. They respond in tones that can not be misunderstood. '90 is at hand. What now will the soldiers do in the coming "off" year? To come closer home; what will the 500 Union soldiers in Fillmore county do in 1890? Dunnell and Wil- son will almost surely be the candi- dates. Wilson's candidacy is beyond a peradventure. Is the situation satis- factory Is it veterans The J, W, SMITH COMPANY, Cloaks! For One Knsliel Jicw Wlieat We give 40 pounds straight flour, war- ranted, ten pounds of bran and three pounds of shorts. A. LEA MILL AND ELEVATOR Co. Ladies, don't buy your Fall and Winter Garments until you have seen our Immense Stock. Special Cloak Sale Friday Saturday, OCTOBER 25th and 26th. Special measures taken and warranted to lit. Ladies', Misses' and Children's Garments, all styles and Low Prices. We have the only genuine Buffalo Flannels In the City. Call and see them. GROCERIES AT BOTTOM PRiCES. Official Boiler Inspection. Several excellent men certified to the character and capacity of Brear, the deputy state boiler inspector, in last week's Enterprise, and scowled at the STANDARD because we criticised him, his business and his uniform. We simply call their attention to the fol- lowing facts: The STANDARD is a live paper and prints all the news worth printing: it has been printed in this town and county over 32 years, and during that time, although until within two or three years there has been no official inspection, so far as we can find there has never been a case of boiler explosion in the county, or damage or loss of life resulting from a .defective boiler or incompetent engineer. Under the law, the cost to the tax-payers of the county for boiler inspection is year- ly about 8500. The inspection is made once a year, and it is impossible that any boiler should continue as safe dur- ing the year as when inspected; thus it is liable to prove defective at any time. Moreover, certificates are issued to operators of steam thresher engines, who make no pretentious to being ex- perts, and the thresher engines are more than all others most liable to cause trouble. What earthly good, then, is boiler inspection Take the nine counties in this congressional dis- trict and it will be seen that the boiler inspector has a soft snap. The tax- payers must pay him. He can afford to wear a uniform, and it is no credit to the Grand Army that such a leech claims fellowship and masquerades in their colors. The state has too many such qfficers. They are political para- sites. They live on the industry of their fellow men without rendering an honest equivalent. Their offices are created to reward men for political ser- vices, and not because such offices are needed. The state is assuming to pry into and regulate the affairs of the peo- ple too much. Such'legislation is based on the theory that everybody needs a guardian. It is nonsense and sham and an outrage, and we are surprised that liberty-loving, self-respecting and intelligent men should give such laws and the men who servilely execute them the manual of their endorsement and approval. After the Fair. Everybody says the fair was a suc- cess: we are glad of it, and trust we shall have a fair in this county every year. At the Second Hand Store we have a "fair" every deals and low prices on all kinds of goods. Can rig you out with anything from a tin- cup to a plush parlor suite, at way down prices. See our gloves, mitts and woolen hose. We have a 16-foot wall tent for sale cheap. Our fall goods have arrived. Come and see us for anything in the housekeeping new and second-hand. Visit us often. ________ A. II. SQUEK. "Johnnie Wet Y'our I offer for sale a first-class, Jso. 12, double-barreled, breech-loading shot gun and accoutrements as follows: Shotgun, cheap SetloadinK tools worth.................... Forty brass shells. In good order, worth.. 2.00 A box of wads and primers, worth.........W canvass hunting coat, worth......... Canvass shell bus, worth...................rx) Total.....................................532.73 Take it all for even 820.00 and 5 or C pounds of powder and shot thrown in. Inquire at the STANDARD office. 3'Jtf LYI.E II. DAY. Corporation Meeting. The second annual meeting of the corporation of the Albert Lea Lutheran High School will be held in this city Thursday, Nov. 21st, at 3 o'clock, p. m., for the purpose of electing one trustee and for the transaction of such other business as may come before the meeting. T. A. TOKGERSON, Bristol, la., Oct. 22, '89. Chairman. Haying taken the shop formerly occupied by C. Gustavson, opposite the National House, Clark street, I am pre- pared to do horseshoeing and black- smithing in all its branches. Special attention paid to fractious or lame horses. All I ask is a fair trial. Satis- faction guaranteed. M. DONAHUE. The J. W. SMITH COM WEUM BERG, Sole Agents for the following Leading Lines of Ladies' Fine Shoes! The Ludlow, and Elderkin, Taylor Go's. These are kept by all the Leading Shoe Men In the Country. We also handle the famous STRONG CARROL MEMS' FINE Which have no equal. Also the HILL (HJEKX Little Giant School Shoe! That Can't be Beat. We keep the Largest Assortment of Mens', Ladles'. Misses', Boy' and Children's Shoes in Southern Minnesola. We buy direct from the Factories, pay Spot Cash, and have no Middlemen to divide prollts with. This advantage gives us a better chance to Sell Better Goods for the Same Money Than the Others. Don't forget that we Lead bolh in Stock and Prices, and will never let any Hrm undersell us. Don't fail to call at the 1'opular Shoe Store of J3ERO, 311 West JSroadwny, Custom Work anil KejHiirina Done Inj our Shoemaker, Sir. Herman Borletike. OUR NEW STORE, Is 120 feet deep, two stories and basement, and is chock full of as complete a stock of HARDWARE As can be found in this region. We carry a full line of The Best Kinds of Paints, Oils, Machine Oils, Door and Window Screens, And in fact we shall keep in stock everything to be had in a big and well-ordered Hardware Store. We shall make it a point to sell Good Goods at And are confident the inducements we offer will prove highly satisfactory to all our customers. All are in- vited to call, inspect our new store and see our mammoth stock. J. F. WOHLHUTER CO. VSPAPERr   

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