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   Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard (Newspaper) - November 28, 1889, Albert Lea, Minnesota                                Enterpiise VOL. XXXI ALBERT LEA, MINN., NOVEMBER 1889. NO. lert Lea Cfllep, FOB YOUNG LADIES. Mtiraiu after rnxucu; liuf Htill the'i dream tltr-t they Hluill utill xucceeil And tttitl tire llv jd THE XMEMHEK AITOKTHmiLN Of Funds lo the I ariouM h< Iiuol and Touns HoutmVj SCHOOL VMIII AII riu .mcl li.auilfnl in i limit life but rj lllS IS (lie of OUT Col itruftorK Jbinjiloifed. Studieseinbract a uu njtloifetl Complete College Course, 1 r t dialogue and other information address Her. It. li li it farl.fr, Soc of I- Llivc ormnlUfee Albert Lea, MJim i L TWIST A o rwisr TWIST BROS., Draymen! AM) DtALHW IN All Kinds of Wood. Hit 1'iiH perfect appliance for I'l m  Cttsh for A good nnw nil! li cuv, j. n: STAGE, C ir VV i> iM-n and VV ashing IJM St GRIPMAN BABBITT, ----DhALEKS IN al, ICE and GRAYING. KFFP IN STOCK All QUAUTII .nd grades of Wood   and farmers' trade at prices K ksmlth s coal on luiml Vvood iwt d to unit r GRIPMAN BABBITT. v mi Gilbert llonse Order sl.ite it I V s, amlOwuuv JUlmer s D. W. HAYES SON, DPALKItb IN LIME, STUCCO, CEMENT. W I. HAVE THE FUEL ill the City, and are prepared to till promptly Urge or small orderi We are doh g business on a very Close Margin of Profit, And guarantee Quality, Measure and Weight. Farmers' Orte Given Careful Attention. 'c. In S. 1110} SlinC 111 to meet our ami dream and hope that they may sometime do it. Tliey succeed. Dreams don't count. is, the BIG BOSTON B! l at our yard and examine our stock and prices D. W. HAYES SO.V. Yard on College Street, two blocks east ol Union Depot Is Knocking Prices toHaid-Pun. We inefer to continue 0111 Immense Tiade at a Narrow Margin of Profit! Than to be lonesome vith few customers and backwoodi prices. We do not show you a line of goods we know }ou knew the of, sell them to you tor less than cost, and then make it up by charging from to more on Suits and Underwear In a line you are not posted in. This is a common trick -with some dealers. Our goods are plainly marked, and are invariably One Price to All! Wo sell Reliable Goods at Reliable Prices: no imita- Our Stock is simply immense, and in UNDERWEAR! We can -supply sK counties. Look at these samples: Good Suits at from Wild Cat Coats, former price All Wool Suits, All Wool Black Worsted Suits, for All Wool Flannel Shirts for 82.00 to for SS.OOfor S6.00 And so on through the stacks of Clothing that you see piled up on our counters. Underwear of all kinds is so cheap that the poorest can afford to be warm and happy. We carry certain lines of goods that you can get of no other dealer in Albert Lea. We are sole agents for man- ufacturers, and these no competitor can match in quality or price. If you have not already called, drop in at once and examine our great piles of Hats, Caps, and Gents' Furnishing Goods. These beat the Natives. No dreaming with us. We mean business. MOREY E. STERJV, Prop. tmt l.v, C. I I 61 '1 n, 1 147 y 82 I 1M 1IJ i 4, 85 15 HI f.7 'a 284 u, 77 (IJ 97 'A 171 VI 8J I'J 124 04 r j 75 Id i ItW 71 m 1 w 107 6 i w, 101 lu I f HO fe k, RJ f_ sj 67 56 I M ,1 SI 120 WJ i f> 65 to i aa 70 j M 91 fj 2620 51 Hi an IC'J 9J 01 101 (A "4 102 lil'M 79 fi HI" 85 7i 10- J3 91 Jit) 71 I 110 i-a t, in no 1112 MS, I'i 1W 4J 114 110  Hans Peterson, nn nw sec 1 Shell Rock 227 23 ames D Kenevan to John T Purcell, ne nw and e% nw nw 22, Oakland Villlam Bell to Thoin w Cashman, lots 4 sec 31 >ewrj t Paul S. Chicago Rv Co to L 0 Greene. nw se, sec 11, filed   etionin the until Jan 1st The mat er was on motion laid until next meeting The street lightins committee reported that en additional lamps had been recened aud put p There being onh one bid for Hie digging of re- crvoirs, the matter laid until more ids were received A petition was presumed asking thatapnrtof ummlt street and Summit Lane and Hich strtet e vacated, was presented and on motion it was eferred to the street committee A communication from Major Cregier of Chi ago, asking that the council pass a resolution nilorsmg Chicago as the place for the World s air, WM read, ,tnd the cltj attorney was In ti ucted to draw up a reiomtlon to that effec' The following bills were allowed lacklin, Malmer Owen, groceries for i 65 w coal 47 w VhnatvoU, freight 245 V Knatvold, lamps .900 VKnatvold, posts 2 10 .anford Oil Co. gasolene oil, allowed less 85 60, amount allowed 12 99 IcGovern Anderson, sprinkling for Oct 83 00 A bill of Farnsnorth Edwards for S20 for ater taken from the artesian well for fire pur- oses, was referred to Alderman Knahold and 'resident Hanson The report of Justice Footc was received onit aced on file. For One Bushel New Wheat Ve give 40 pounds straight flour, war- anted, ten pounds of bran and three ounds of shorts. A. LEA MILL AND ELEVATOP. Co. It Is a Living Issue. J lie Minneapolis limts 'b in receipt of ,i Itttti ,i corrtipon di nt, niing the issues of UK l.itt elections, from winch we make the lol louing inUiostin? txtracts I am suipustd at voui statemcpts in an tui tonal on 1 iidav, that -.Mi (lev eland i entirel) wrong as to the figure cut b thetaiillm Uiuo and Jona' 'It vva not thought of m either vou sav You cannot denv that he was correc in saving, as he did, that the platform ot Ohio and lovva were full} abieast o the St Louis platiorm. 'llfat a mat terot record evidence which neitht jou, the >tar, the Tribune, rior tin Journal, who join jou in trembling be fore the tanfl issue and praying to bi dehv ered theretrom, can escape Fur ther than this and so far as the activ campaign waa concerned, 1 should no- venture to contradict jour statement quoted abov e it it had not happenet thatl was in southern Ohio and the citv of Cincinnati during the last week of the campaign i know from what I saw, heard and read, that it could 1101 be a v ery great exaggeration to say that nothing but the tariff w as thought of in that campaign All the great mer. 3ii both sides, Mierman, Thurman Dampbell and Foraker dvv elt upon it as :he one theme ot universal interest, and ev en m w ard meetings in the city of Cincinnati the tariff" w as constant :alk rl lie little pot-house politicians had to post themselves on the subject ot national taxes or the people woukl not hear them, and members were elected to seats at Columbus npon is- jues that can only be legislated upon at Washington Matters of local con- :eru vveie, as usual, involved in the ate elections, but it w as not an epi- demic ot -local issues' spreading itself over ten great states cannot scape it The light for free commerce s growing universal, and even the most careless observ er cannot tail to ee that the issue it laiseswith 'pro- ectiou' grows more and moie pro- nounced SPECIAL BARGAINS IN APPLES Parents' Duty. Parents should be careful that their :hildren do not eontiact colds during he fall or early inter months. Such 3olds vv eakens the lungs and air pass- ages, making the child much more ikely to contract other colds during he winter It is this succession of olda that causes catarrh and bronehi- _is, or paves the way for consumption Should a cold be contracted, loose no ime but cure it as quickly as possible V fifty cent bottle of Chamber ain's !ough Remedy will cure any cold in a ew and leave the respiratory irgans strong and healthy. For sale bv Barker Bnggs Gathered Gems. This is the title of Rev. T. DeWitt Talmage's new and best book It is a landsome octavo book, of 730 pages, handsomely bound in cloth and gold, vith twenty full page illustrations, ontaming thirty of his best sermons with alull history of his life. Mailed o any address postpaid on receipt of rice Price, bound m cloth, SI 50 alf mssia, S200, Fifty per cent dis- ount to agents bend 50 cents for rospectus book and package of circu- ars, and go to w ork at once Address .S. OGILVIE, Publisher, 57 Rose btreet, York. Winter Excursion Rales. Commencing at once the B C R. TV ill sell excursion tickets to points elow as follows To Jackson, Tenn round trip, S3! 40 Aberdeen, Miss, 37 60 Durant, Miss, 37 60 Jackson, Miss, 4100 McComb City, Miss, 41.70 Hammond, La, 4170 New Orleans, La, 41 70 Tickets TV ill be good to return until une 1st, 1890 btop over privileges outh of Cairo, 111, good for ten days n either direction, will be granted on ckets to all points named, except few Orleans M H. THLSDELL, Agt. The Mammoth Doll. The laigest doll on exhibition in this ty can now be seen at the Second iand Store with old "Santa Glaus" landing guard over her. Our Holiday tock is now complete m every detail, nd our prices are the lowest Vll kinds of furniture and household oods at BOTTOM PRICES Remember 'ehavea Special Sale every day this month Call in at any hour of the dav r evening, and rest assured, you TV ill iceive prompt attention, and our ,ovv EST CASH PRICE on an> class of oods that you desne to purchase Ke- membei e giv e prizes to all ho trade ith us Respectfully, A II. SQL ILK ft hen fle Among the incidents of childhood lat stand out in bold relief, as our lemory reverts to the days when we ere >oung, none are more prominent lan severe sickness The young moth- r vividly remembers that it was hamberlam's Cough Remedy cured ei of croup, and in turn administers to her own offspring and alnavs ith the best success Foi sale by arker Bnggs. Johnson VV1- AK1- I MIUDIM, I VMM VI Of Best Michiga shipped to Albm I e W, MX M'l CI VI I, I wr Miit UM in ,inj Muaoririu.d.ip.j'i M u m n ui'it on t n-li' iud tl t- IHKOilN Is iUl Ks OrDER.! CITDEPl I Michigan Cider! New York Cider! Boiled Cider! Cider cnmiKli to Mippp IV iU in md, of 1 at th I pu ir   complete a stock ot As can be found in this legion. We carry a lull line of n nun The Best Kinds of The Famous and Unequalled Beaver Dam Grain Separators, And in fact we shall keep in stock CAeiything to be had n a big and well-ordered Hardwaie Stoic. 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- ited to call, inspect our new store and see our mammoth stock. J. F. WOHLHUTER CO. JOHNSON PETERSON, FUR A Hale Old Man. A hale old man, Mr Jag Wilson of Yllen's Springs, 111., who is ovei sixtj sais of age, sajs "I have in my time a great many medicines, some of vcellent quality, but never befoie dnl find any that would so completely do 1 that is claimed for it as Chamber- un's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhcee emsd> It is trulj a wonderful medi- ne." For sale by Tarker Bnggg. Can Trnthfullj Mr. E P Lovejoy, a large dealer in 3neral merchandise at Wabuska Xe- ida, sajs "I have tried bt Patrick's ills and can truthfully say they are le best I have ever taken or known sed." Aa a pleasant phjsic or for dis- rclers of the liver they will always ve perfect satisfaction. For sale by arker Unggs. Having taken the shop formerly ccupied by C. Gustavson, opposite the ational House, Clark street, I am pre- ared to do horseshoeing and black- mitlung m all its branches. Special Mention paid to fractious or lame orses. All I ask is a fair trial. Satis- action guaranteed. M. DONAHUE. UNDERTAKING! -A HNT LINE or- Parlor and Chamber Sets, KA-TTAIV CI1AIKS, Extra Fine, New Styles, Ladies' Writing Desks, Lmbalming Riven prompt iitenhon oili boot 
                            

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