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   Freeborn County Standard, The (Newspaper) - December 26, 1889, Albert Lea, Minnesota                               Enterprise VOL. XXXII. ALBERT LEA, MINN., DECEMBER 20, 1889. NO. 5-2. Per Ct. A BOARDING SCHOOL WITH ALL TUB Comlorts ind Beautiful ol Home Lite. None but In- itimctors Employed. Studies embrace a Complete College Course, for Catalogue and other Information address, It. U. Abbott, D. President, or V. Parker, See. ol Executive Committee. Albert Lea, 31 inn L. K. TWIST. A. O. TWIST TWIST BROS., Draymen! AND DEALEU3 IN All Kinds of Wood. We have the only jwrfeet appliance for moving 1'iaiios and Organs. Orders for Moving Household and other Goods given J'KOMIT ATTENTION. Wood Sawed to Order! Country as wi-ll an City Trade Solicited. Olllce at Wohltiuter Go's Hardware Store. TWIST BItOS. C. L. COLEMAN, nf ami lit-aU'r In Lumber! LATH, SHINGLES. And all kinds nf HL'lUHXl! MATERIAL at A. J. STADHEIM, Agt and yanj s-tulli (if H. M. itcpot- M Priis-CleaD. Oie War to Sell-For casl ONE WAV TO QET WORK. 'ivvii. lines the old Credit Sfstcrn! Hiiy your floods wlirre you can get them Cheapest. J. W. STAGE Oflers you Bargains In ID T FAY THE HIGHEST PRICE IN CASH 1 for Old Iron. Bags, Copper, Kubber, Lead, Brass, Hope. etc. AH work done In Tin. siH'et Iron, Copper. Zinc, and Galvanized Iron, put iu. Stoves Repaired and new cast- ings furnished. would like to trade goods or a bnguy, or pay casb for a good new milch cow. jr. W. STAGE, Cor. William and Washington St. GRIPMAN BABBITT, ----DEALERS IN---- ICE and DRAYING. WE KEEP IN STOCK ALL QUALITIES and erades or Wood and Coal, and will upply city and farmers' trade at lowest prices. coal always on haad. Wood jawed to order. GRIPMAN BABBITT. V art west of the Gilbert House. Order slate atT. V. Knatvold'8, and Owen Malmer's. Gillrup Gilbert, i ft' i AND TIM; FLAX Tliis is tlie Latest and. it is Straiglit. The Mild Weather and a Great Over-Stock Induces us to make the Slash of 20 Per Cent To Reduce our Stock for tlie Spring Purchases. We are selling great piles of goods, and must get in our work during the next Or carry over more than is profitable, so we oiler Straight and Square. 20 per cent Discount on our Entire Stock of A Corporation Kvinz to tahliHh the for Stork Coming in E'rowni'ctw tor WUCOC.SN if tlie Farm- Will Tlicir Share. The committee ut tlie citi- zens' meeting last week, consisting of Dr. Wedge. II. Brown, A.G.lirim- din, It. A. Paine and L. .1. Thomas, ported favorably tow.irds establishing j it llax fiber manufactory in Albert Lea. I and on the strength "of tli.it recom- I inendation it was decided to form a joint stock corporation with a capital j stock of the company to be or- i Resized as soon as has been subscribed and 25 per cent paid in. Only 50 per cent of the amount sub- I scribed is to be called in the lirst sea- son. Nearly half the amount required was subscribed the first day, the princi- pal subscribers and incorporators being H. Sierman. S. .1. .Johnson, JI. Jirown, A. C. Wedge, G. 0. Stmciby, J. H. Ilalvorsen, S. Keinsberg, W. liuel and L. D. Smith. Tlie subscription list is open at II. Brown Go's bank, and as tlie business appears likely to turn out very profitable to investors, subscriptions should be made at once, as the list will be closed as soon as has been subscribed. The manufactory proposed will em- ploy the lirst season from fifty to one hundred hands between July and No- vember and from twenty to fhirtv the balance of the year, and from to i be paid out the iirst year I for raw material labor. It "has been decided to introduce the profit- sharing .system, a share of prolits to be divfded among'faithful employes who remain witii tlie company during the season. It is expected that this new industry will become very popular and greatly help to develop the city and surrounding country. FAUMEUS' 51 The farmers of Free-born county are requested to meet at the opera house in Albert Lea, on Monday, J Jec. 30th, at j 3 o'clock p. '.n., to confer and cooperate with of Albert Lea in regard to establishing a manufactory in'this city for converting ilax straw into liber, twine, At the meet- ings held at Albert Lea IJec. Kith and 17th it was unanimously decided that the plan is practical and of great im- portance to the city and surrounding country, as said manufactory would pay to farmers several thousand dol- lars the lirst season fur llax straw now wasted, and employ a large number of workmen in the city who would be- come good consumeis for farmers' other products. As seen above, a num- ber of responsible business men have agreed to form a corporation with a capital stock of to start the en- terprise, but as it is necessary to have the opinions of the lending farmers of the county on the subject, this meeting should be largely attended, and it is hoped that every intelligent, public- spirited farmer will be present. COM. ox OKGAXIZATIUX. And, as ever according to our invariable rule, make it ONE PRICE TO ALL. Our goods are plainly marked, and you can sec for yourselves that it is a Genuine 20 Per Ct. Discount. No other Store in the Country makes so big an offer so early in the Season. No where else can you get such Wonderfully LOW BARGAI And you will have to grab them quickly, if you want them before the Assortment is gone. It will do you good to get Insurance. Abstracts Made, Choice Farms for Salel IMPROVED AND UNIMPROVED CITY PROPERTY FOB SALE, AND Houses to Rent. TITE REPKESENT SOME OF THE VERY VV Best English and American Fire ami Cyclone Companies. Deeds, llortgagea, carefully drawn. Collections a Specialty. Office on East Side ot Broad- way, First Door North of Court House. And it will accommodate us, for to hold on to Clothing in a Minnesota open winter is to drop Good Money. OUR STOCK IS IMMENSE, And of the very best, "ttrc warrant everything to be as represented or money refunded. Step right in and sec for yourselves. Our Clubbing- List. We have been able to secure lower clubbing rates this year than ever, and herewith give a few of our choicest offers. have clubbing arrange- ments also with the .St. Paul and Min- neapolis papers, and in fact can give you low rates on any newspaper or magazine of any language in the United States or Canada. These terms, however, are only given to advance- paying subscribers: R'.tiu'.ar n'illi Price. Standard. Harper's -Magazine 4.oO 4.5o Harper's "Weekly 4.00 4.70 Harper's 4.00 4.70 Harper's Young I'eoplu 2. no 3.00 Arthurs Mairazine L'.To I'eterson's Magazine 'J.oo Habylioocl 1.50 Frank Magazine Uppincott's Magazine Magazine MOIfcEY E. STERN, Prop. Detuorest j.uo Texas Siftings 4. to New York World 1.00 York Bun 1.00 Inter Ocean l.oo Scientific American Mortlnvest4Tn Agriculnirist 1.00 Farm. Stock Home Western Unral 1.W The North L'.Hl Amerika 'i.w Nordvesteu i..3o Biuistikken 2.00 Fa'drelanilet 2.W Skalidinaven Nordeli ii.OO Genuaiiia 'J.'ni 2.110 Stunts Zcitung, 2.00 .T.CO Can! of Thanks. We take this method of expressing our most sincere thanks to all our many patrons fur their very liberal patronage during the year just closing. and trust, that by giving honest goods at the lowest living prices, we may merit a continuance of patronage from all our old customers as well as many new ones. Eighteen hundred anil eighty-nine has been a prosperous year with us, therefore we thank all who have helped to make it so. We wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year, as well as health and hap- piness through life during the new year that is just dawning. We shall strive to earn and merit your trade. Tours Truly, A. H. Last Warning! All those indebted to me either by note or book account, running either to me or Keinsberg it Wohlhuter Bros. or Heiusberg Amberson. are hereby requested to call and settle same a't once. Costs will be made on every- thing not paid in 10 days. 1 mean business. Yours Truly, 5013 S. .Notice. To whom it may concern: All who are indebted to tlie undersigned are re- quested to call and settle theiraccounts either by note or rnsh before 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. 1C, 1SSD. Turkeys, Chickens. Ducks ami (Iccse, Wanted nt Mm creamery, for which the highest, cash price will lie. paid. IlA7.Kl.TOX, Allici'L I.i'ii, Minn. Merit iViiiii. We desire to say to our cilizens.tliat Tor years we liave been Dr. Klim's New DNciivery for Consumption. Kind's New Life rills, Ituoklrn's Arnica Salve ami Klectric r.lttcrs, and have never handled remedies that sell as or that have given sncli universal satisfac- tion We do not hesitate to cuarantee them every time, and we, stand ready to refund the purchase price. If satisfactory results do not ollow their use. These remedies have won heir great popularity purely on their merits. PARK KB BRIUHS, Druggists. AM) IS IT VET AUVK? Tin- St. rioinl. and Soutlica-itcrn Kuilroad is Heution- are i It appears that this roa'l is again re- ceiviiijf attention a likelihood j Knglish capitalists will take Isold of it and build it another At a I meeting of the Mankato Hoard of' Trade last week. President liarr made a statement in regard to the status of I Duluth. St. Cloud, .Mankato Jt Aus- tin railroad. He, said that the land gtait, under the act of the legislature, holds good for the next three years. A year ago last fall preliminary sur- veys were made and last February the maps and profiles were filed with the secretary of state, as required by law. Xo estimates were made. .1. A. Wil- lard stated that lie had received a com- munication from Samuel K. McLane ifc Co. of Xew York, making inquiries 1 A lid in regard to undertaking the construc- tion of tlie road. This company stated that English capitalists had received very favorable reports in regard to the enterprise. The communication had been turned over to the president of the railroad company. i'eal K.stnte Tniusfers l-'roni Dee. 8th to Dec. 20th, 1S39, furnished by II. H. Fossum, Kegister of Deeds and Abstractor of Titles: Horac Clark to William Cotter, no, sec 31, Oakhmd..................................3 le75 Joiian Th Ylvisaker to Nels Lund lot 01 i 17, Morin's Ole G Kittelson to G Gulbramisou, ej; liiv and nji sw, see n. Manchester.....'.... Heirs at iVni JUirin to John Thompson, e ft lot lii, bl 3, Atilen.. Charles Sotn to Julian AUK Peiterseti. ne vy, se and nc se, sec vi. Mansfield." MaryEuson to Henrietta A Olson Interest in ne. si-c liartlaml......" Jennie Maylaml to Henrietta A '4 interest in ne. see is, liartlaml.... -s; August Peterson to Henrietta A Olson.uml Interest ini ne, sec 15, liartlaml.. "75 Francis M MeQilivey to Ira H Setll. se lie anil ne se and nw se less a piece in mv sec L'C. Freebnrn... MUrinageretalto Chris se se. Pickerel Lake............... James K Wakefleld to i; liulbramlson, uw nw Mansfield....... Andrew Palmer to John Larson, nw se, see Albert Lea........................ J I' Larson to Isac Larson, sw sec 3'' Jhuislleld................. Jardner Louden n. .Moses Lemons, wXiie se.sece. Shell Uock......... Lem5- O Greene et al to Albert Flatt, lot 5. Id 4. Luke Add.................... ir.ij Ada F Coates to Lerov 0 Greene lot 5" til ST. city................... (Hvard Ueiter by att'y tn Anaust 1'eier- son, ne nw, sec 13 and sw and UP ne sw and se se sw ana 5 ac nw 50 all in sec 12, Kiceland...... Tims H Armstrong to Lars'Maisiiii, "lot (i, bl 1. Riverside Add.............. M HTrusdell to Geo Wiley lot in, John- son SFentoii's Aild...." E Dexter by atl'y to G Uulbrimdson, sw' nw, sec 30. Havward.......... Albert It Mumi to JI A Tbayer. wUnw and nii nw sw less 21 a, sec 3it. CarfsTon Fairview Cemetery Ass'n to B lots 247 and 24S, Fairview Cemetery Elmira Denel et al to Emeliue sw sec 15, Freeborn........ Francis M JIcQuivey et al to 1 rail Set h, sw ne. sec 2c, Freeborn................... 31 A Thayer to Ethan E Clark, nw and nw sw less 21 a. sec W, ('arlstou..... MaryJMunn to Ethan A Clark, wjinw nw sw. sec ;io, Carlsfon..........T.. John Kuble to F H Greene, se, sec ai'Car'l- ston.................... D K F Hibbs to Elmer C Webster, part or lots 1 and city..................... M Keebaugli to John bouanue, lot 4. W4. Twin Lakes........ Minn Central Hy Co to Leroy 0 Greeae, ne sw, sec 1, Hay ward....................... Minn Central Ry Co to Augusta Grube, sw sw, sec 7. London......................... 252 Minn Central Ry Co to Annie Skala, se. sec .33, 430 Minn Central Ry Co to Garrett Barry, sw, sec 7, Kewry............................. 143.! Horace Clark to Joseph Billedeaux, se, sec 2, London................................. sou Order of the Eastern Star, The following officers of the order of Eastern Star were installed Tuesday evening, December 7th: Mrs. A. .Matron. V. B. Patron. Mrs. M. A. I'almer-Worthy Associate Matron. Mrs. W. J. Mrs. W. E. Mrs. Asa Mrs. Aug. Conductress .Mrs. Axel Mrs. F. B. Mrs. Ceo. Mrs. W. c. Wiscott-.Martha. Mrs. Wm. Miss Mamie Elliott-Warden. Wm. shall I si-ot for a such u person is ai evc'rvliodv asks present him prominent  'eiv Wheat We give 40 pounds straight Hour, war- ranted, ten pounds of bran and three pounds of shorts. A. LEA MILI, AND KLKVATOK Co. i A Safe Investment. I Is one whicli Ispiiirantcecl to brine you satis- factory results, or in case failure a return of I purchase price. On this safe plan you can buy from our ailvertlsed druggist a bottle of Dr. I KfnK's New Discovery t'or'Onsumpiion. It Is guaranteed to brini; relief iu every case, when used for any allecilou of Tbroai, Lungs or Chest, such as Consumption, Intlaimninioii of Lungs, Knmrlillls, Asthma, etc. H Is pleasant and agreeable' to taste, per- fectly safe, and can always he depended upon. Trial bottles free at 1'arkerA BrlKjis'Drugstore. Iliicklcn's Arnica Salve. Tha liest salve. In (lie world for cuts, brnises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, lever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and all skin eruptions, and positively cures piles, or no pay required. It Is guaranteed to Rive, perfect satis- faction, or money refunded. 1'rlco 25 cents. For sale by I'arker Hrlggs. 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. 314 Broadway, Albert Lea, Minn. JOHNSON PETERSON, UNDERTAKING! ----A FIXE LIXE OF---- Parlor and Chamber Sets, uuil IKEED CHAIRS, Extra Fine, New Styles, Ladies' Writing Desks, Einlialinin." prompt attention. Xiglit calls answered up stairs over Walter Thompson's hoot and FA JR BANK'S SANTA CLAUS Tlje Ladirjdry Soap of tye world, N.K. FAIRBANKS CO, CHICAGO; VSPAPERI   

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