Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard, November 28, 1889

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Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard (Newspaper) - November 28, 1889, Albert Lea, Minnesota Enterprise VOL. XXXII.ALBERT LEA. MINN., NOVEMBER 28, 188!*. NO. 48 Albert Loa Callop, FOB Y0DN6 LADIES. \ BOA RDI NO sr||l KIL WH ll ALI. IIH * \ Comfort* mti<1 iUautiful Hnrmiirtdlnif* of ll in* Life. n 'tin* hut Pi rut‘Cl a HH Iii-ntrnet arn Liii/if«f/* *l. studier embrace a Complete College Course. 8 r (at alogae and other Information address, Iter. It. It Ahhntt, It It , I'redid (* tit, or It I* Parker, Hoc. of Kx'-oiitiee committee, A Ute rf Lea, ti inn Iterant after tit rani eunarm; I ml Htitt the’/ tlretnn that thru nlnill nti/f utterer ti. Anti Htitt tire ti I sa/t/toi ntetl, ( i my* r Thr Tmh TUR NOVEMBER APPORT ION X EN T mo. or I’liidH to the % ariole School IM*-t riot* and Tow na .Va, I.. bool rusTnini, Am t I jVo, Si' ti" t\r> I j*r» Ins IS I lit.' I IX lo meet our may soiuet Breams t of our Competitors. Bargains and dream im® do it. lou t count. They strive in vain and hope that they They never succeed. rI lic trouble is, the I.. K. TW IHT. A. O. I W IHT TWIST BROS.. Draymen! AMI DEALERS IN BIG p Ppinp in hud BOSTON n to it 12. 13. II I ft JO IT. I* IO. 20 SI 23. a.. 24 «1 Tv IN. 18 ii; i> WI to IM lo m ii 7M.il HA ,**! 15 nj HI So 2«4 OO 77 OO 97 54 72 «* 82 IS 171 <r* ny ("i 124 M 77.051 75 IO IO* Ti 02.13 JI All Kinds of Wood. W> tim** th** *.nly turfed appliance fur moving Elan*** wail Ordain Order* fur Moving IL im** hold and other flood* given I'RoMl’l A I I EN I ion. Wood Sawed to Order! 1 25................    107.65 I I»;............... ioi.fs.il 27............... 116 Kh I J »............... #13.32  ..<57 tm I ......... 25.41    I  ....120.do RI. To.... 71.... 72.... 73... 74.... 75 ... 75.... 76...! 80.... •I.... 82..... At_____ 84..... aft..... 80..... A m'l OO 50 (f KO 111.2 00 70 ISI 41 * ll 0 73 99 138.53 IS. 58, s K nocking Prices Dow continue n to Hard our Immense Pan. Trade We at a prefer to 67 ..... 180 .....    148 .... I 40 84 ....    42.Si ...    .54.73 ....    Of 0* ____80 ifi ....    152    07 ....    74.00 ....    51. HSI ....    MI 34 ....    40    JO 37.............. 112.01 88.............. 87    ti «:*.........  100    4: r**.............. loi    2.1 ti.............. 156    41 'n.............. lid 63.Nj I 03 ............. Md.OB 1 wintry uh well mm'(tv Trad** Solicited. W Milliliter a. i n'* Hurd rn.ire Store, Office Tit IST It It IIH. C. L. COLEMAN, MAliofar tun r of aiel Dealer in "UL mber! LATH, SHINGLES. Moulding! And a1! kind* of IU'I Ll UNO MATI RIAL at Urn ct Living ErW* A. J. STADHEIM, Agt. Uf*l KU cc :md ) ml **M)ttiof H. M. depot. Oi! Price—€6ei; Ole Wa; to Sell—Par Cast ONE WAV TO GET ALONG —HARD WORK Narrow Margin of Profit! Iian to prices. »<• lonesome with few customers and backwoods We do not show you a line of goods we <now you know the worth of, sell them to you for les< than cost, and then make it up by charging you from §2 to $o more on 45 HI 48 .86 22.lt wa.67 81 <52 70.54 67.18 et. :m a S3 91 128 83 ft I rui 133 14 92 50 52.69 155 81 96 08 22 45 62 42 3ft OI 85 IO 83.53 94 31 12.1 45 .96 36.14 71 OI 97.24 ••• rigtw** tin* old Credit ferilMil Huy your g*mJ* a lier*- you ran g<*l them Cbrapral J. W. STAGE _ Off*r* you Bargain* la Suits and Underwear Iii a line you arc not posted in. This is a common flick with some dealers. Our goods are plainly marked, and are invariably One - Price - to - All! w O st Ile I TAY HIK HIGHEST PRICK IN CASM I f<»rCMU Iron. Raga,Copper, Rubber, Dad, /.inc. Bra**. Rope, rte All work done in Tin, x **i I roo. Copper. Zinc, and Galvanized Iron Pump* put In. stove* Repaired and new cad* mu * t urn I Mi* I { would like to trade good* -•* <\ c>«hI buggy, or pay cash for a good new milch cow. J. lr. HT AUH, C ir. William and Washington St. GRIPMAN & BABBITT DKA LEKS IN iable Goods tions. Our Stock at Reliable Prices; no imita-is simply immense, and iii pi til, We can supply six counties. Look at these samples: ICE and DRAYING. WL, KEEP IN STOCK ALL QUALITIES and grades of Wood and Coal, and will imply city and farmers’trade at lowest price*. Ufc'-niaeksmith’* coal alway* on hand. Wood sa well to order. GRIPMAN A BABBITT. \ ani west of the Gilbert House. Order slate at T. V. Knatv old's, and Owen & Maimer’s. D. W. HAYES & SON DEALERS IN I \] 1fl n 111 by (ll Good Suits at from Wild Cat Coats, former price All Wool Suits,    “ All Wool Illaek Worsted Suits, for All Wool Flannel Shirts for $2.00 to $25.00 $15.00 for $10.00 for $5.00 $6.00 $1.00 LIME, STUCCO, CEMENT. WI HAVE THE LARGEST FUEL YARD ft In the City, and are prepared to till e are doing promptly large or small orders, business on a very Close Margin of Profit, And guarantee Quality, Measure and Weight. Farmers’ Orders Gircn Careful Attention, E45#“GaU at our yard and examine our stock and prices. It. IV. HA YES A SOY. Yard on College Street, two blocks east of Union Depot. And soon 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 manufacturers, 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 Overcoats, Ms, Boys’ (Mil, Dttieif ear. Hats, Caps, and Gents’ Furnishing Goods. 2 9............ 30 ........... SI............ 3 2............ 3 3 ............ 70    46 1 94,.. JU............... 165.7*;    95 . 3ft............... 66.36    06... SB............... 103    39    | 97... 37............... OI.Cl j OH .. 3* .......   2020    54    , O'*... 30.........   68.38    loo... 40  ...... 93.Ut* | JOI... 41.  ...... <W.74 >02 .. 43 ..........  128.69    103... 4 3............... ftl.96    104.*, 4 4............... 33.    Bt *105... 4 5.............  112    96    KW... 46. ....... 79.63 j 167... 47............... 65.76 109... «............... &J    91    I Kl* 49 .,............ 916    71    I HO .., BO............... 150.6?    | 111..., 61.. ............. IIG    08    112 ... 62.............. 84    9.    U.S.. _ 5 3............... 103    49    114... 5 4............... HO    97    115 ... Vt..........  56    .Y    116____ [ BC.............. fC.ftu    nr ... 57............... 47.2* ll*.. 5h............... CS.32 119.... 59 ............. 113    9-    12U.... 6 0............... 79    22    121 ... 61.. ............. 16164 TOWN VT NMI. I/Ondofl ........  $    2ft 46 Hindi Ruck................................ 90.TS Freeman.............................. 40.73 Nunda  ............................... 17,Jo Marixfitdd................................. 43.02 < laklaiui .................................. 4 55 Hayward......................  17.32 Ail**rt l8*a .............................. n 68 llrkcrel Lake............................ 13 kh Aide*..................................... 7o *0 Moscow.................................. 31.09 Klceland  .......................... 4.14 Bancroft  ............................ 29 32 Manchester............................... UM (an'ton .................................. 66.36 fie wry..................................... 25.37 bt*n6Ti  .................... ........ p rd Hath ..................................... 16. if, Hartland................... .............. 42 62 Erection).................................. 4.5 32 Albert Jara City..................!........ 44 ,30 Alden Village  ..................... 24.2c Heal Estate Transfers From Nov. 10th to Nov. 20th, 1889, furnished by ii. It. Fussum, Register of Deeds and Abstractor of Titles: Heir* of Wa Morin et a! to 6 A Wagner, lot 27 and w IO ft lot 2*;. bl 4, Moris s add I    acc Emma M Frost to Robert Barragon,    lot* 16 aud 16. bl 15, RaHn-ad add............ aw Robert Barragen to R G and C W Ransom lots 15 and 16, bl IS, Railroad add................300 Frances T Prentice to H Ii Brown aud I) R P lithos, nbj hit t aud lots 3, 4, and ft. bl C. excepting s 30 ft s side lot 5, Ballard's aud...........   ango Simeon Jones to David Horning, S of warehouse lot 0, Alden................... 90 Martin O Hang to Martin Johnson, lots 20 and 21. bl 2, Ruble & Blylnyer’s add, city 1000 Martin Johnson to Aurite liaug. lots 20 and 21, bl 2, Ruble A Blylnjer's add  low D F Morgan to W K Todd. lot Ii sub div lots 5, ti. 7, 8, 9, Armstrong's add......... IMO N C Kl •Carillon to A D Gulbree, se sw, *ec 25, Mansfield ........................ 2C0 Heirs of \5 rn Morin lo Rasmus Nelson, e 5o ft, w mo ft, lot 5, bl 13, Morin's add    150 Ole J Nubrud to AMe Nelson, n1^ sw, sec 6, Manchester............   moo Thomas ( ashman to Michael and Th C'ash- man, wy* se, sec 24, Geneva.............. Thomas G aah man to Thomas C Cashman, e^ ne eh* se sw ne, sec 24, Geneva, less 3a......................................... Ole Thorson to Peter C Ntene, nw nw. sec 12, less 3 a, and 2 a in sw sw. sec I, Freeman...................................... 500 I. (J Greene to Krrlc Frettem, ne sw, sec I, Hayward.............................. 200 Rebecca Thompson to W F' Myers, sw nw, sec BJ. Batli.............................. 225 Noyes P Stillman to rasper W Ayers, sw nw, sec 2, Freeborn...................... 400 Lewis P Jensen to James Lawson, lot 12, bis, Morin’s    add... ................... got) Thomas Knutson to Robert Hcwenke, 6 a ne nw, sec 24. Hartland.................. Jennie Baxter to Julian I’ Smith, lot 5. bl 2 Parker’s add.......... .................. Filing Carlson to Daniel Hurd, wj* eV4 sw se, sec 6, Albert Lea..................... louise Bailey to Charles A Schneider, ne sw, sec 24, Pickerel Lake................ iso Carrie Schneider to Charles A Schneider, ne sw, sec 24. Pickerel Lake.............. 150 Louise Schneider to Charles A Schneider. ne aw, sec 21, Pickerel Lake. ........... 300 Kittel G Lee to Ole K Lee. nl/4 sw wHi    aw se. sec 21 and ne aw. sec 28. Manchvster    looo Charles Booth to Thomas Peebles, nw se, sec 7, Nunda, aud nw se, sec 25, Mansfield....................................... 1000 Thomas Cashman to Thomas C and Michael Cashman, eh, lots 3 and 4, sec 31, It Is a Living I I tie Minneapolis Time* is in rprcipt of a letter from a reliable correspondent, concerning tho issues of the late election,s. from which we make tho following interesting extracts:    "I    am surprised al your statements in an editorial on Friday, that ‘Mr. Cleveland is entirely wrong as to the figure cut by the tariff in Ohio and Iowa.’ ‘It was not thought of in either state,’ you say. ^ on cannot deny that he was correct in saying, as he did, that the platforms of Ohio and Iowa were fully abreast of the St. Louis platform. That is a matter ct record evidence which neither you, the star. the Tribune, nor the Journal, who join you in trembling before tile tat iff issue and praying t«> be delivered therefrom, can escape.    Fur ther than this and so far ai the active campaign was concerned, I should not venture to contradict your statement quoted above if it Lad not happened that I was in Southern Ohio and the city of Cincinnati during the last week of the campaign. I know from what I saw, heard and read, that it could not be a very great exaggeration to say that nothing but the tariff was thought of in that campaign. All the great men on both sides, Sherman, Thurman, < ampbell and Foraker dwelt upon it as the one theme of universal interest, and even in ward meetings in the city of Cincinnati "the tariff” was constant talk. The little pot-house politicians had to post themselves on the subject of national taxes or the i»eople would not hear them, and members were elected to seats at Columbus upon issues that can only be legislated upon at Washington. Matters of local concern were, as usual, involved in the late elec tions, but it was not an epidemic of "local issues * spreading itself over ten great states. We cannot escape it. che light for free commerce is growing universal, and even the most careless observer cannot fall to see that the issue it raises with ‘protection’ grows more and more pronounced. SPECIAL BARGAINS IN APPLES AT Johnson, Nelson & Nelson’s. WK ARK NOW UNLOADING IWO CARS OF THE Best Midi! kit 11 WO at)*! th** out \ on in any Bm shipped to Albert Un. We *;iy SPECIAL BARGAINS. Be* kina or priced apple von m»v want. Come rich* ai BARGAIN IS YOURS. OIIDEIR! CIDER! CIDER! ITor limn    iii    jg    mid    Hie    I    lolfcln.vm. Michigan Cider! New York Cider! Boiled Cider! Cider enough to sttppplj the demand* of all, at th** 15 >pular and Model Store of Johnson, Nelson Nelson, ALHEirr lea. mi w. OUR NEW STORE, Parents* linty. Parents should be careful that their children do not contract colds during the fall or early w inter months. Such colds weakens the lungs and air passages, making the child much more likely to contract other colds during the winter. It is this succession of colds that causes catarrh and bronchitis, 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. - —- (fathered (Jems. This is the title of Rev. T. Dewitt Talmage’s new and best book. It is handsome octavo book, of 730 pages handsomely bound in cloth and gold with twenty full page illustrations containing thirty of his beat sermons with a full history of his life. Mailed to any address postpaid on receipt of price. Price, bound in cloth, SI.50, half russia, £2.00, Fifty per cent, dis count to agents. Send 50 cents for prospectus book and package of circu Jars, and go to work at once. Address J.S. OGILVIE, Fublisher,57 Rose Street New York. Is 120 feet deep, two stories and full of as complete basement, a stock of and is chock HARDWARE As can Le found iii this 1 region. We raiTY a full me of Newry ....    .... ................. Jacob Beighley to John D Beighley, wj* lot C, bl 1. Gordonsville...................... 25 Ellen Tracey to Patrick Cash man, sw sw. sec 24. Geneva........................ 250 AlbonPMan and Alrlck ll Man to NC Frederikson, se sw, sec 25, Mansfield....    go Fred Schneider to Charles A Schneider, ne sw. sec 24. Pickerel Lake.............. 150 Minn Central Ky Co to John J Sheehan, ne ne. sec 8, Bath............................ 100 Mini) Central Ry Co to James Lonergan, undVJ ne. sec 5, Bath.................481.95 Mini! Central Rv Co to Hans Peterson, nw nw, sec I, Shell Rock.....................227.28 James D Keno van to John T Purcell, ne nw and nw nw, sec 22, Oakland  coo William Bell to Thomas Cashman, lots 3 & 4, sec 31, Newry.......................... loo St. Paul & Chicago Rv Co to I, O Greene, nw se, sec 14, Riceland................... no Winona A St Peter Land Co to James Lonergan, undH ult ne. ^ec 5, Bath..........578.34 These beat the Natives, business. No dreaming with us. We mean MOREY E. STERN, Prop. The City Council. The council held their regular meeting Rust Monday evening, all aldermen being present. Minutes of preceding meeting read and i proved. The committee appointed to confer with the mayor in regard to reducing the police force, reported that the mayor was unwilling to take any action In the premises until Jan, 1st. The matter was on motion laid over until next meeting Hie street lighting committee reported that ten additional lamps had been received aud put up. There being only one bld for the digging of reservoirs, the matter was laid over until inc bids were received. A petition was presented asking that a part of Summit street and Summit Lane and High street be vacated, was presented and on motion it was referred to tile street committee. A communication from Mayor Cregier of Chicago, asking that the council pass a resolution endorsing Chicago as the place for tile World’s Fair, was read, and Hie city attorney was instructed to draw up a resolution to that effect. Tile following bills were allowed: Blacklin, Maimer & Owen, groceries for poor......................................$    1 on DW Hayes, coal............................ 17 50 T Y    Knatvoid,    freight...................... 2.45 T V    Knatvold,    lamps....................... 9 (jo T V    Knatvold,    posts........................ 2.10 Hanford Oil Co, gasolene oil; allowed less $5.60; amount allowed................... 12.99 McGovern & Anderson, sprinkling for Oct. 83 00 A bill of Farnsworth & Edwards for $20 for water taken from ilia artesian well for fire purposes, was referred to Alderman Knatvold and 'resident Hanson. The report of Justice Foote was received and placed on Hie. For One liushel flew Wheat We give 40 pounds straight flour, warranted, ten pounds of bran and three pounds of shorts. A. Lea Mill and Elevator Co. Winter Excursion Rates. Commencing at once the IL, C. It. & N. will sell excursion tickets to points below as follows: To Jackson. Tenn., round trip, $31.4( Aberdeen, Miss.,    “    37.fl( Durant, Miss.,    “    “    37.60 Jackson, Miss.,    “    “    41.00 McComb City, Miss.,    “    41.70 Hammond, La.,    “    “    41.70 New Orleans, La.,    u    "    41.70 Tickets will be good to return until June 1st, 18'JU. Mop over privileges south of Cairo, 111., good for ten (Jays in either direction, will be granted on tickets to all points named, except New Orleans. M. II. TRUSDELL, Agt. The Mammoth Doll. The largest doll on exhibition in this city can now be seen at the Second Hand Store with old “Santa Claus” standing guard over her. Our Holiday Stock is now complete in every detail, and our prices are always the lowest. All kinds of furniture and household goods at Bottom Prices. Remember we have a Special Sale every day this month. Call in at any hour of the day or evening, and rest assured, you will receive prompt attention, and our Lowest Cash Price on any class of goods that you desire to purchase. Remember we give prizes to all who trade with us.    Respectfully, A. II. SQUIER. When We Were Young. Y rn orig Hie incidents of childhood that stand out in bold relief, as our memory reverts to the days when we were young, none are more prominent than severe sickness. The young mother vividly remembers that it was Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy cored her of croup, and in turn administers it to her own offspring and always with the best success. For sale by Parker & Briggs. 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 Chamberlain’s Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It is truly a wonderful medicine.” For sale by Parker & Briggs. Can Truthfully Say. Mr. E. P. Lovejoy, a large dealer in general merchandise at Wabuska, Nevada, says- "I 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 disorders of the liver they will always give perfect satisfaction. For sale by Parker & Briggs. — ----- fl'otlce—Horseshoeing. Having taken the shop formerly occupied br C. Gustavson, opposite the National House, Clark street, I am prepared to do horseshoeing and blacksmithing in all its branches. Special attention paid to fractious or lame horses. All I ask is a fair trial. Satisfaction guaranteed. M. Donahue rn of The Best Kinds I-*Jlin(88. 3I;i<*h£n<‘ < bls. I pp j nu on [JC L Ste, The Famous and Unequalled Beaver Dam Grain Separators, And in tact we shall keep iii stock everything to be had in ii big and well-ordered Hardware Store. We shall make it ii point to sell Good Goods at CLOSE I >114 >FITS! And are confident the inducements we offer will prove highly satisfactory to itll our customers. All are invited to call, inspect our new store and see our mammoth J. F. WOHLHUTER & CO. JOHNSON & PETERSON, FURNITURE I UNDERTAKING! -A FINE LINE OF Parlor and Chamber Sets, KATTAN liiicl HEED CII AIKS, Extra Fine, New Styles, Ladies’ Writing Desks, Embalming given prompt attention, boot and shoe store. JOlINS( » Night calls answered up stairs over Walter Thompson’s & I ’ETEltSON. if 'Y(&4k'df isli OO. Blacksmithing, Horseshoeing, and Plow Work. The making and Repairing of Well Fools a Specialty. Snop Opposite Enterprise Office. ;

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