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Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard (Newspaper) - December 19, 1889, Albert Lea, Minnesota Enterprise VOL. xxxn. ALBERT LEA, MINN., DECEMBER NO. 51. 20 Per Ct. Discount. HOARDING SCHOOL WITH ALL 'I'llK I X Comforts and Beautiful Surrounding llnini- l.lle. None but Flrnt-ClaHH In- Htrtirtora Employed. Studies embrace a I Complete College Course, C or Catalogue and oilier Information address, Itev. K. It. Abbott, It. It., i'resldent, or D. G. Parker, Sec. of Executive Committee, Albert Leu, 31 inn. L. B. TWIST. A. O. TWIST TWIST BROS., Draymen! AND DKALKHS IN All Kinds of Wood. We have the only perfect appliance for moving I'lanos and Organs. Orders for Moving Household and other tioodi given PROMPT ATTENTION. Wood Sawed to Order! Country as well ai City Trade Solicited. Office at tt'ohllmter Go's Hardware Store. TWIST DKOH. C. L, COLEMAN, Maiiiif.tcimer of ;inU Jjealer in Lumber! LATH, SHINGLES, Moulding! And all ktndi of RUIUHXU MATERIAL at Lowest LlfjHg Prices. A. J. STADHEIM, Agt. anil yard south of S. M. depot. Ose Pnes-CliHp. One Wa? to Seli-For Cask ONE WAY TO GET ALONG-HARD WORK. H-iwn i-.ie, tin. old freilit System! Buy your where you can get them J. W. STAGE OBen jou Bargains la T PAY THE HIGHEST PRICE IN CASH 1 for Old Iron. Rags. Copper, Rubber, Lead, Zinc. Brass, Hope. etc. All work done In Tin, sin-et Iron, Copper. Zinc, and GalTanlzed Iron, rumps put in. Sieves Repaired and new cast- ings lurniKlip.i would like totradegoods ..r a buggy, ur pay cash for a good new much cow. J. IF. STAGE, Cor. and Washington St. -DEALERS GRIPMAN BABBITT, 1 J ICE and GRAYING. X5 WE KEEP IN STOCK ALL QUALITIES and grades of Wood and Coal, and will upplv city and fanners' trade at loweil prices. 07-Bliicluiitlurs coal always on liaad. Wood jawed to order. GRIPMAN BABBITT. ard west of the Gilbert House. Order slate ut T. V. Knatvold's, and Owen Malmer's. Gillrup Gilbert, Real Estate, -AND- Insurance. Abstracts Made. Choice Farms for Sale! IMPROVED AND UNIMPROVED CITY PKOPERTY FOB SALE, AND Houses to Rent. REPRESENT SOME OF THE VERY VV Best English and American Fire ana Cyclone Intmrance. companies. Deeds. Mortgages, carefully drawn. a Specialty. Office on Eastside of Broad- way, First Door North of Court House. INFAVSPAPERf Tliis is tlie Latest and. it is Straiglrt. The Mild Weather and u Great Over-Stock Induces to make the Slash of 20 Per Cent Discount, To Reduce our Stock for the Spring Purchases. are selling great piles of goods, and must get in our work during the next HORACE (JUEKLKY'S 1DK.V Or' SALVATION Kiicountrr uilli a Subscription of Ix-fieu'M I'.ntci taiii- injj nun Ills Bulfslo Hull Speci'li. To interrupt Horace (Irci-k-y j he was in the throw of bringing forth I an editorial-an editorial which has never been equaled in the journalism of America- an editorial which was a slogan for his party, a thunderbolt for I his foes- was a danger which no friend. no enemy, none but a fool dared to en- counter, f was once in his editorial sanctum when the fool was there. To relieve your apprehensions, I was not the fool. Jint he was one of those itin- erant and persistent gentlemen with a subscription book. He kept present- ing it while old Horace was as most of yon remember, with his pen away up to his chin, like this (illustrat- and Horace had a habit, when any one would interfere, of kicking, so he kicked at the subscription iiend. Fi- nally, when he saw he could not get rid of the intruder by this means, he stopped in the middle of a sentence, turned round, and said raspingly, in that shrill voice oi his: "What do you want State it quick, and state it in the fewest possible words." said the wibscription Iiend. I want a subscription. Mr. (ireeley, to prevent thousands oi my fellow human beings from going to hell." .Mr. Creeley: "I won't give yon a damned cent. There don't hall enough go there now." 3O Or cany over more than is profitable, so we offer Straight and Square, 20 per cent Discount on our Entire Stock of And, as ever according; to our invariable rule, make it ONE PRICE TO ALL. Our goods are plainly marked, and you can see for yourselves that it is a Genuine 20 Per Ct. Discount. other Store in the Country makes so big an offer so early in the Season. No Avhere else can yon get such Wonderfully LOW BARGAINS! And you will have to grab them quickly, if you want them before the Assortment is gone. It will do you good to get And it will accommodate us, for to hold on to Clothing in a Minnesota open winter is to drop Good Monev. OUR STOCK IS IMMENSE, And of the very best. We warrant everything to be as represented or money refunded. Step right in and see for yourselves. E. Gouily Tin; following remarkable effusion appears in the Karth City Post: li'-v. and Mrs. (Joudy wish to "return thanks to their many kind friends for I the unexpected visit of last Friday I evening. We are triad to receive our friends at all times, and particularly on an occasion iike that. Mil. and Goruv. The above from Mrs. Goudy. but the Hev. gentleman proposes to "beat that all hollow: Goudy likes the barrel of apples: Goudy likes sugar, it (its his tooth; Goudy likes the sack of apples: Goudy likes sugar, it is good in coffee; Goudy likes beef, chickens and turkey; Goudy likes sugar; Goudy likes silver dollars; Goudy likes Mrs. Goudy likes tea, Goudy likes sugar in if; Goudy likes butter on his pancakes, he likes a variety of pancakes according to the varieties of Hour that the good old folk and the young folk thought Goudy likes mince pie, it makes him think that Christmas is not far off. Goudy likes many other things too numerous to mention, par- ticularly the ladies. Old folks and young, married or single, come again when you have no other mischief to do. The latch-string always hangs enter without off your make yourselves at home. R. K. GOTDY, ETC. Afraid to Hive People the Facts. Great West. St. Paul. We understand that the S. gov- ernment declines to take a record of the mortgages in the country at the coming census? What is the excuse? "Because it will cost too Great God. what a government! It has spent thirty-six million dollars the past few month's to accommodate actual "premium on bonds." But out of the six million necessary to take the census it cannot use one-iiftieth of it for the poor man! And my friend, are you a "party" man now Holiday Rates. On December 21th. 25th and 31st, January 1st, 1890, the II. St. L. R'y will sell tickets to all points on thetr line, within a radius of 200 miles, at rate of one and one-third fare for the round trip. Tickets good going only on date of sale, and returning, to 3d, 1800. Tina is a splendid opportunity for you to commemorate Christmas and Years with your friends. M. H. TKUSDELL, Agent. Holiday Excursion. For the Christinas and >'ew Year holidays, the Burlington, Cedar Rapids and Xorthern railway will make a rate of one fare for the round trip between all stations on its line. Tickets on sale Dec. 24tli, 25th and 31st, 18SU, and .Ian. 1st, 1SW, good to ii'ttirn until .Jan. 3rd, For time of trains, rates of fare, and any other information, call on or address any agent of the company, or K. Gen. Tkt. and Pass. Agt., Cedar Rapids, Iowa. When We Were Yonnsr. Among the 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 moth- er vividly remembers that it was Chamberlain's Cough Remedy cured her of croup, and in turn administers it to her own offspring and always with the best success. For sale fiv Parker Briggs. All those indebted to me either by note or nook running either to me or Reinsberg Wohl hitter Bros. or Ueinsberg Amberson, are hereby requested to call and settle same at once. Costs will be, made on every- thing not paid in 10 days. I mean business. Yours Truly, 5013 S. >otice. To whom it may concern: All who are indebted to the undersigned are re- quested to call and settle theiraccounts either by note or cash before .Ian. 1st. After that date all unsettled accounts will be in the hands of a collector, and extra cost will be collected. A. F. HAXF. Alden, Minn., Dec. 10, 188SI. Holiday Excursions. On Dec. 24th, 25th, 31st and Jan. 1st the C., M. St. P. Ky. wi'l sell excur- sion tickets to points within the dis- tance of two hundred miles, at one and one-third fare lor the. round trip. Tick- ets good to return until Jan. 3d, 1890. D. X. GATES, Agt. For Sale, A new milch kind and gentle. alwl W. S. KREBS. Star Market for nire fresh fish. All kinds of sairsag--, at Tmn-llV, Mar -Meat .Market. Shell goods, .tttiaclivc, at I'ai- xcr iV I5nggs'. When you a.sl; lor JIadger soap M-C that get it. %1 Fresh bulk ovstcjs at Tum-il's star Meat Market. Hook rests, cherrv, oak and plush at ;UU2 j Three hundred coasting sleds to be I given away at Strauss'. If you want to buy a house and lot i go to Gilhup A; Gilbert. j Fine -Japanese goods in great variety, iilt I'AKKUU ic Unions'.' j Jialk oysters at Pioneer Meat Mar- K.S. IIOHXING. I For the best live-cent cigars go to JJlackliin, MalrnerA: Owen. Worn out sewing machines rebuilt. HKXUY ST Ladies' shopping bags or chatalines, very fine, at Parker A: Briggs'. If you want reliable tire or eycl.me insurance go to Gillrup A; Gilbert. Albums, picture, scrap and auto- graph, large assortment, at Parker A; iirigg-j'. Eilert's Extract of Tar and Wild Cherry for coughs and colds. Sold In- all druggists. If you want to insure your life and receive the money during life, goto Gillrup Gilbert. Fresh Lake Superior fish in best con- dition on hand all the week at Jlram- ard A: Hielei's. Itcli cured in minutes by Wuol- ford's Sanitary Lotion. Sold by Harrow, druggists. 'J'he Ocean Palace 5-cent cigar takes the cake and the lead. Sold bv JJlack-1 lin, Maimer A: Owen. Dr. Wine-hell's Teething Syrup is the best for the general ailments of child- ren. Sold bj all druggists. Eilert'a Extract of Tar and Wild Cherry, and Eilert's Daylight Liver Vrlls are sold by all druggists. Dr. Jaques' German Worm Cakes de- itroy worms and remove them from the system. Sold by all druggists. If you want to buy a good farm at bed rock prices and on'the most favor- able terms go to Gillrup Gilbert. Happy Home Ijlood Purifier and Health Tonic purifies the blood and make homes happy. Sold by all drug- Highest cash prices paid for wool, ;ggs, and salted and nusalted butter, at J. II. Long's old stand. J. P. KLEMME. Uncle Sam's Condition Powder, and _'ncle Sam's Xerve and JJone Lini- ment; these two great medicines are by all druggists. Town clerks and other township officers should not forget that the STANDARD keep all kinds of blanks- no need of sending to Booth. Our great offer of the STANDARD and Texas Sittings, a 84.00 paper, for 82.50 in advance, for both, yet holds good. It is a great bargain, sure as you live. Make your wife a Christmas present )f a Eclipse Washer and one of S. Heinsberg's nice clothes racks, and she will thank you long as she lives, besides saving you money. Will sc-11 a few sewing machines at cost, as I have no room for them. If you want a new sewing machine for ?20, warranted for 5 years, call soon. S. KEIXSBERG. The Ocean Palace and La Belle Bo- quet are our own brands, and are as good as any 10-cent cigars. We sell them for a nickel. BLACKI.IX, MALMEK OWEN. Dolls, big and little, dolls, bisque and china, dolls, dressed and undressed, dolls, bodies and heads, dolls from cents to 85, dolls in endless variety, at Parker k Briggs'. 'suw2 S. Heinsberg's New-Combined Hand ind Self-Trip Tubular Well Machine is coming to the Iront. He warrants it :o be the best machine made for the money. Address him for prices. dozen large No. 1 jiiffalo robes at a reasonable, price. The last chance you will get to buy a Xo. I buffalo robe. G. SCHMIDT Sox, Mankato, Minn. A large stock of toys and holiday joods, at P. C. Jensen's drug store, suitable for Christinas presents, sold at lowest prices. Please call and examine my line before purchasing elsewhere. JENSEN. English Spavin Liniment removes all hard, soft or calloused lumps and blemishes from horses. Save 850. War- ranted the most wonderful blemish cure ever known. Sold by Wedge Barlow, druggists. 48yl Mr. T. A. Deroven, merchant, Derov- en. Louisiana, says: "The St. Patrick's Pills went like hot cakes." Their gen- tle action and reliability as a cathartic is what makes them popular. For sale by Parker it Briggs. The. people of this great Morthwest are finding out the merits of the Eclipse Washer and consequently S. Keinsberg's sales on them are a steady increase. They should be in every fam- ily to guard against sickness and re- duce the tedious labor. The largest assortmentof photograph and autograph albums and scrap books at P. C. Jensen's drug store. People who cannot afford to pay fancy prices for such articles should examine the low prices for which they are sold. Money saved is money earned. Down! Down! Down! Down! Meats of all kinds, lard, fish and oysters, at bottom rock prices, at Pioneer Meat Market. Beef by the quarter and dressed lings as cheap as you can buv them on the street. Xo more use for peddlers. K. S. For a lame back try saturating a piece of flannel with Chamberlain's I'aiti Balm and binding it on to the af- fected parts. Pain Balm also cures rheumatism, sprains, swellings and lamfness. 50 cent bottles for'sale by Parker Briggs. A preventive for croup. There no longer exists any doubt but croup can be prevented. True croup never ap- pears without a warning, and if Cham- berlain's Cough Remedy is given as di- rected as soon as the first indication of croup appears, it will invariably dispel all symptoms of thi disease. This can always be done u 't is kept on hand. 50 cent and SI.00 bottles for sale by t'arker Briggs. istmas! What p-i ;t Cliristina.s present for such and such a is tiuionu: the questions asks hiin or iiorst'lf just about (Vine to the model Grocery and Crockery Store of Nelson, And the problem will soon be solved. Once in oor Store you cannot fail to be suited. Our Store is jam full of Ornamental as well as useful, suited for all occasions, at the very lowest prices. Xmas trees for family and church purposes. We remain, Yours Ivcspectfully, JOHNSON, NELSON NELSON. is Time "WE START OUR. Of Felt Boots, German Socks, Arctics, Rubbers, Boots, Shoes and Slippers! We have done a good business this year, and shall now give our customers a benefit in the Low Prices that will make all competitors very weary. We shall not stand for profit but clean out everything regardless of profit. We mean business. 3i4 Broadway, Albert Lea, Minn. JOHNSON PETERSON, TURE! UNDERTAKING! -A FIXE LINE OK- Parlor and Chamber Sets, jvucl REEJD CHAIRS, Extra Fine, New Styles, Ladies' Writing Desks, Embalming prompt attention. Nicht rails answered up stairs over Walter Thompson's boot and iliuc store. .TOTITVSOIV iPETEHSOIV. Yes1- Grand-Pa, bzajoldier my priyner here, But Jhu !jot re hart yea, soyou.ije.ed fear. Jujt jit aiitt take ft are rjol- I Ijope7 you i General SANTA CLAUS SOAP. NEWSPAPER!
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