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Albert Lea Enterprise (Newspaper) - June 6, 1889, Albert Lea, Minnesota Albert Lea Enterprise. Albert Lea. Minn. June 5, 1880. T1ik master s work. The Jolly old Mariner. A Jolly old Mariner sailing the sea. Was roaring a Solo and thus thundered he. Quot our ship is As bold As an Eagle on Wing. And she carries a cargo that s fit for a King a cargo that a Welcome to peasant or Pope our ship she is Laden with Ivory soap. Quot in be slowed All the oceans to every port. To visit All nations and climes is my sport we carry our goods to the ends of the world. Our Trade is announced on our Banner unfurled see blazoned on Pennant from top Mast and rope a we bring to All people the Ivory Quot from Procter amp Gamble my lads do you mind we carry a Blessing to Gladden Mankind for dirt is a foe to the body and soul. And soap must precede e in the gospel s control then Hurrah hip Hurrah for philanthropy a Hope Hurrah for the Advent of Ivory soap. Quot its bars like the truth or a life saving boat Ever Rise to the top and triumphantly float As the foam on the wind fretted billow tis Light As the elephants Tusk it is Glossy and White the poets All Praise it in measure and trope. The Ocean is thundering Ivory a word of warning. There Are Many White soaps each represented to be a a just As Good As the a Ivory Quot they Are not but like All counterfeits Lack the Peculiar and remarkable qualities of the genuine. Ask for a a Ivory soap and insist upon getting it. Copyright 1886, by Procter a iambic s. Reinsberg. A dealer in All kinds of m machinery bus Fries. Harnesses Etc. Seventh Point or Mefi a Mil a it you should read the Chicago daily news because you an afford it. Price does no to stand in the Way. Its really the cheapest thing on Earth. One cent Means practically nothing until you spend it. Then you May make it mean a great Deal according As you invest it. A thing is cheap if it costs Little and is Worth much. The daily news is like Atele graph from the whole world to your brain. To keep it in constant working order costs you but one cent a Day. That s Why its cheap because it renders a great service for an insignificant Price s circulation is 220,000 a Day Over a week and it costs by mail As cts. months \ �.�?��?<�?�,ent a a a railway time cards. C. A or St. P. Kail Iva y. No. 1 going West daily except sunday 5.32 a. M no. 2 going East daily except sunday 12.13 p. M no. 3 going West Dally except sunday 3.23 p. M no. 4 going East except sunday ,.10.20 p. M freight going East except monday 1.35 p. M Quot 1.06 p. M Quot a a 3.10 p. In a a a a west9.25 a. 111 a a 12.13 p. M a a a a 8.25 p. In if. Is up. L. Railway. Going North. Chicago express a. .4.40 a ill Des Moines express no. 1 a. .3. My p m freight no. 37. .6.00 a. 111 going 80vthwest. P m mixes a. .11,00 p m Way freight no. 41. .5 30 a. In . A of at. Railway. Going 80rth. Mail and express. No 2 b3 05 p m Chicago fast express a10.45 p in Way freight no. 10 7.00 a. 111 trains nos. 1 and 2 on m amp St. L. And by. R. W n. Carry Vestibule chair cars Between St. Paul and Kansas City. Not. A daily by daily except sunday manufacture 01 the eclipse Washer. This machine saves its Price on clothes time anti soap a Short time saves also doctor Bills and Kuicks your valued attention will be acceptable for a moment fast Maii Between Ltd Minneapolis trans Continental route Between Chicago Council blurts Omaha and the Pacific coast grea1 National route Between Chicago Kansas City and St. Joseph to. 57oo Miles of Road reaching All Piru Cipal Points in Illinois. Wisconsin Minnesota Iowa. Missouri and Dakota. For maps time tables rat so of passage and i. Freight Etc., apply to the nearest it tation agent of brute the 4tli 1 july so none will but the Chicago Mil Wacker. Amp St. railway indulged ill Here this year or to any Railroad agent anywhere in the w orid too Sweet for anything. The next gift Enterprise at the second hand store will occur july 1th at 3, p. 2 or 3 prizes will he Given you guess on a Jar of Candy. Call at our store for full particulars. We can and will sell Yon furniture and All kinds of household goods below All former prices. Our notion counters Are full of useful everyday articles and we can save you lots of Money on these goods. Hurrah for the glorious us. Huy your lire crackers at the second hand store. All kinds of 4th of july goods can be found at our store. A. 11. Sol Lii. A a try the Star Market s Ham sausage. To to the Lovland mercantile co. For German Millet seed. Haris Green and London purple at hark he amp Briggs. Hanker Gulbrandson was in Minneapolis for a Brief stay this week. A few first class sewing machines closed out at Cost. Ipaige amp co. The original Nashville students at the opera House next saturday evening. Lost a Garnet Bracelet. For information and Reward apply at this office. For anything in the line of men s and boys boots and shoes go to Weum Vav Hergus. I. F. Morgan went to fort Dodge. Iowa to attend two important Railroad cases pending in the courts there. J g. K. J ones of Jackson Minn Drew the Wagon that was Given away at the second hand store last saturday. For genuine Plantation song.-, done to fail to hear the Nashville students at then Jota House next saturday evening. Agent Golf informs us that the . A. Will carry contributions to the inn Sylvania built res free of charge. Fora season of retired music and song go and hear the Nashville s dents at the opera House saturday Arker Breech loading stolen to list if store of Barker a i Ltd a May 2j i. Any in i format Iii fading to its recovery will j a a Sui tidily r a warded. I. A. I Organ was at lanes lion of g alter important regal business \\c.-k, i Quot to u riling a Olesper Iowa i with h i it wife who h is been thereon a i it 1 or several weeks. D. S. Stern brother of the proprietor of the Uig Boston Morey e. Stern of j to Hester was in the City on tuesday i for a Short visit and we Trust he was pleased with our town. Owing to extravagances desired on the part of some of the committee it was decided tuesday night not to Cele a Ven in Roswell Miller general manager. . Carpenter end a pay. And tit. Airt i have samples of the Boice combination look sure Protection against burglars. 1 have the Agency for tie Munson Copper lightning conductors. Protect your buildings. Look out fora repetition of last year s disasters by lightning throughout the county. Protect your buildings with a Munson Copper Rod and fear no More. 1 want to Trade 4b tons of Illinois Coal for old Iron. Cash paid for old Iron. Rags Copper Zinc rubber. A. My Tius Bop is Complete. All work warranted j. W. Stage Corner Washington and William Street. Mrs. A stage a the reliable Milliner has engaged misses Holm and Emerson As assistant and Hopes to secure the Trade of All her old customers and Many new ones As she believes u fair and honest dealing. Mammoth new Stock arriving. A give her a Broadway Albert Lea. One door South of Rel of front. A for information in reference to lands and i towns owned by the Chicago Milwaukee a. Paul rail at company write to h g. Haugan land commissioner Milwaukee. Wisconsin a Send Money by 1. S. Express co. Mokey Edees. Cheap Safe convenient in a a ble by e it v a i it e. Receipts Given and if orders Are lost Money refunded a. R. Goff at. Of Fritz Carlsen merchant tailor dealer in i spit i a Smectic w Les William St., Albert Lea Minn. Repairing neatly and Groin pay done tubular Wells. 1 yes j a tubular Wells. Church amp Sharp you will always find us at Llauge a co. When you Are in need of a pump or a tubular Well or repairing of any kind in the line of Well work or pipe Tilting find us and get 5rue>. On All kinds of work. Also we build tanks for 40 cents a bbl. Did erect wind Mills Lay pipe and in fact do All work pertaining to our Trade. Our Mill is one of the Best in the in Aiken. Tubular Wells a Money. On real estate Security at a Low rate of interest. To ump one to live years. 3-Ly in a e Vuk so Spotti. Charley Calkins who manages the Brick Yard in this City informs us that they expect to set lire to a Kiln of Brick in a few Days to contain about 275,000, the first one of the season. Messes. Dunbar of Kiester and Taylor of Wells the former an old Friend j and the latter a brother in Law of i vet Inary surgeon Thomas and i. Bots Ford were in the City tuesday. Walter a. Woods Mower and single apron hinders take the Lead. If you want to see something elegant Call and see them. The world renowned Thomas horse rakes at 11a Tok amp co s. The state lire association convenes next tuesday at Alexandria. Our ire department will Send a l Ull delegation Geo. A. Butan a. Wiegand chief Mitchell at Large being the delegates. Or. Ila Elton overseer of the poor fat in has been having Only two or three hoarders but alter to Day the number will be increased to nine or ten. The number of county charges is evidently growing. Or. Barck went to Freeborn tuesday 10 attend the funeral of mrs. Experience Dunn Mother of mrs. Barck who died on saturday evening at an advanced age having been one of the Hiest settlers in the county. The people of a idea request us to Sav that they expect to have a regular old fashioned 4th of july Celebration this year and invite All to go to that Village and assist them in their Observance of the National Holiday. Market Gardener a. Hollands has left with us ten stalks of wine pie Plant that Are something wonderful to look at As regards size. Some of the stalks Are i�34 feet in length and the ten weighed lu1 pounds or Over a Pound each. Sodeberg the popular Stone Mason was married last week to miss Caroline Jensen item. I. Christopher son timing the knot. Or. Sodeberg has a Host of friends who unite with us in extending to him their wishes for a Long and Happy life. All Odd Fellows and their families should remember the annual joint picnic of the Austin and Albert Lea lodges at Sumner Grove june 12, being wednesday next. The party will Start from the Post office at 0 in the morning and All Are requested to be there at that hour. Those who desire to invite friends Are advised to Call upon t a Wanek or s. Strauss for Blank invitations. A band will be in attendance and a most enjoyable time is expected. Two or three weeks ago an item appeared in this paper to the effect that a prohibition Pic Nic would be held on i1 farm of Clarence wedge on the 4th j of jul inv. We Hadnot heard much about it since bin we Are now informed that All the machinery been put in motion to have a successful picnic. For one Day at least there will be a prohibition president and his name is John Garlock or. Wilcox will be marshal t of Isoo and take charge of who drink too much lemonade and ice water. F Ull in Ute Alt Tiso e who i Ollow Frac tibial eco Iii ii All things such habit and practice arc largely due to a knowledge of the outside world and its affairs gained from careful study and Reading of the better class of metropolitan newspapers such As the weekly enquirer in Worth Merit and Enterprise the enquirer certainly stands at the head it it of modern journalism. Its Nia o Otic ize gives room for thirty percent More Reading. Its information news and intelligence is from the most reliable sources direct from a corps of Over Twenty five Hundred correspondents representing the interests of the daily and weekly enquirer in every part of the country. A of a Public Benefactor beyond All comparison because absolutely free and Tritle pendent of ail combinations pools Fruita syndicates and organizations. Can teach Trutlin and state fact of unmeasurable Benefit to the people at Large. Commercial a fairs and Market reports from every known Center in the country exceed in detail All others. It is the one rely paper that can fill the place of several Cibere Only one can be afforded. It costs8l,f5 a year yet renders a service equal to that obtained at from two to five times that sum through journals. Economically it is the cheapest because the largest and Best. The Best evidence is comparison or trial get a Sample oops free or hand your subscription to our agent or the postmaster. The daily Enki the l to. 8 Mot. 6 Mot. \ or sunday and daily of j 50 $2.7 daily except sunday i of 3/3 John r. Mclean publisher notice of the affair will appear in hand Cincinnati o j diffs in a Day or two gossip of the churches clergymen tune laity notes and news the ladies Aid society of the universalist Church meets to Morrow afternoon with mrs. R. Mills. All Are invited. There will be services at the Trinity lutheran Church next sunday in the morning in the norwegian language and in the evening in English. In the evening service gospel hymns will be used and All Are invited. Methodist state Campt Neeling at lied Ziock june 14 to 30. Lev. J. E. Smith i. >., supt. Religious services. Mrs. Maggie Van Cott will assist in revival services. Bishops Newman and Fitzgerald have promised to be present. Kiev. Ii. Galer. Pastor of the a b. Church at Glenville will conduct religious services at the Eckert school Bouse sunday june it at 2 3o, p. A. According to previous announcement and each alternate Sabbath until further notice. Instead of regular services next sunday will be observed a children s Day at the m. E. Church a very attractive and interesting program having been arranged for the scholars of the sunday school. Like services will be held at the same place in the evening. All Are cordially invited. Washington and Boston Rev. S. Gorman proposes to speak next Sabbath at 10 50, a. In., in the Baptist Church on what he saw and Hoard on his journey to Washington and Boston and especially in the National anniversaries of the Bapty societies which met in Boston. A cordial invitation i Given to those disposed to attend. The German lutherans of this county will have a Mission meeting in Peter Toenges Grove in Manchester on sunday july 7. And an excellent time is expected. Rev. 1. Dahl w to was for seven years a missionary in India will be present As Well As a son of Rev. Or. Reubben. The pastor. The services will be held in English. German and norwegian and All Are invited to attend. Pioneer press Fergus Falls special Telegram june 1�?the evangel can lutheran Synod to Day adopted a report already adopted by the Wisconsin Synod declaring in favor of re building Luther College pledging subscription and appointing a committee of seven to Confer with committees from other synods regarding the new site. Cost new building. Etc. The College is to be continued in leased buildings at Decorah. Iowa until the new College i completed. 8t. Paul dispatch Fergus Falls Minn., May 31.�?a Large number were in attendance at the Synod of the evangelical lutheran Church yesterday. The delegates have not All arrived yet. There Are three sessions daily�?9 3b, a. 2. P. M., and 8, p. A Sermon will be preached each evening. The following Are the announcements last evening. Rev. I. A. Thoreson. Of Olmsted Friday. . P. \ tag next of Minneapolis saturday. Prof. Ii. F. Stub of Minneapolis it under morning prof. L. Larson of Luther College. Decorah. Iowa sunday evening. Rev. B. A. Hurstad. Of Mayville dak., and the remaining three evenings. Rev. Koe i fold of Pope county and Rev. Ii. Leal Vossou. J of Norway Lake. Rev. I. Tibbitts. Prodding elder of the Minnesota District. United Brethren Church. A a in the cite on monday Enro Ute Home from the general conference of i Church the ses Init w Lizeh Cut it a d at York. Pa., a few Day ago. Then ult being a schism in the 1 Church a Small faction bolting the regular organization. In an interview elder Tih Bitts expressed himself decidedly upon the boaters and when a ked if lie went with them he replied with much feeling Quot no sir i am too much of a re pub mean i Ite Lieve that a majority should Rule the seven or eight delegates who bolted with Bishop White pretend it Vovsi on account of their ideas in regard to secret societies hut that was Only an sex Young horses Tor Sale. Jia Uge amp co. The ant. Sex. Co. Will carry contribution to Pennsylvania flood sufferers free. A Good second hand piano for rent or Sale. Llauge amp co. The finest line of buggies Ever seen in town. Call and see the Bice Springs. Gauge a co. John Heising Caine Down from Minneapolis tuesday and will remain several Days with friends. I. K. Dwyer has gone to Colfax Springs Iowa to take advantage of the water in the Hope of Ben emitting his health. Bev. Brown of Alden w ill give one of his interesting War lectures at the m. F. Church in this City one week from next Friday evening june 14th. Last saturday an unpatriotic person attempted to talk Slig tingly of the old soldiers when Comrade Steve Kelly very properly gave the individual a sound slap. The cite Council meets next monday evening and we understand the committee Lias a contract made for sprinkling in accordance with the Resolution adopted at the last meeting. Yesterday june 5th, was the Day observed by the danish people As commemorating their Independence from political bondage but we believe it was not celebrated in this county. Our readers should not fail to read the advertisement of the Mccormick harvesters and binders and mowers which or. Krebs represents in this City. Tin Mccormick machinery is noted for its durability. Wheat has been going Down the past week As have hogs tin former i icing now quoted at 40 to t cents while the latter May be put at �3 25 to �3.75 cattle remaining about the same. Butter brings 12 cents and eggs 10 cents. Misses Maud Brown and Nellie Batchelder were out Riding in the Low cart of the former and when con ing Down College Hill the horse took fright and ran away injuring both considerably and scaring them immensely. However their wounds Are not serious. There is great need of rain at the present time. Pastures which Are usually the Best at this season of the year Are eaten Down and look As Sun burned As though it was in August. Tame grass will yield a very Light crop and Hay will not be As plenty next Winter As it was last. On monday evening As mrs. C. K. Cleveland and mrs. I los. Wilson were Riding in a Carriage on dark Street a boy playing i All threw and hit mrs. Wilson in the face in dieting a very severe wound surgical Aid being rendered necessary. There should be a Stop put to Pla Igball on the streets at once. highly interesting concert of vocal music will be Given on Friday night june 7th, in the opera House by about fifty children of our Public schools under the direction of prof. 1. Bryock late superintendent of music in the schools of Minneapolis tickets 25 cents reserved seats 5 cents at the Post office and at the door concert commences at s of clock p. Mistress Mary it pet contrary How does the washing go with Dainty lace and Pillow Case aft dresses All in a Row. A a surely slimes the Snow Unis my us Kap that made them so All grocers sell Santa Claus soap. Made by n. K. Fairbank amp co Chicago. I la n no. 104, c. S. Bill be found this season at the City hotel ram Ami in jul no to the people of Freeborn county. The owner think no one will dispute the tact that Liritis h i the finest horse of the Breed to to found in thereon Norv. A. It i \ tiv a Quot a s. V. Nets. Stock Albert la farm Minn. The full blood English Shire stallion no 611, vol. 1, a. 3 s. B. Is Bright i pounds and i of lit will make the sea of monday aft Emoo Ham Albert Lea. Thursdays and it m Ane Hester. A saturday sat Aid 7 hands High is Rio Tine St be and action. England on of As follows to it and i be slav Eirv hotel it to Sweet s Srin Aukett Conner 1�?Troprietors. Publication May 2. Sunn Norih. Clatk of . I a District court nit i loll Almont messenger 5 Large it Arnber of people have b Austin from this City this week it Lig that District a Naii Pim it b. And Manv my it Publ b lit in to a. 11. It if a Range most of teams and b >1 a amp ? Mawood Tonty of Freeborn a i District. It David homing Piai Uttel is Illus s. Ami w in u , ill Leti Dant. Summons the mate of m in Teutu to the above named Ilc pendants on Atnel each of you Are her City summoned and required to Aii wer the a it plaint m this aet Tou a atm n has been filed anti the clerk of said court and to serve a copy of your answer to the said Coin Plait on the Milts Collier at ids office in the City or Albert , Freeborn county Minnesota within to unt it Dap after i to Scrofi e of tins summons upon you a Desive of the Day of such service and if you i at i to i Sci tin said complaint wit Tun the time for lid. The plaintiff in tins action will take judgment against you for the sum of two Hundred i s Dollar together with interest thereon from april 3d. , at i tie i ate of ten percent tier annul and for ii costs Ami disbursements herein. Hat i d april 22 1. A. D less a. W e Todd. Plaintiff s attorney Albert Lea Minn. D there been any Tbs about trans these who went in he drum Cut it rps w son Post g. A. B. Of tuesday Euse a or. Tibbitts seemed my the work done by the a ont Renee 1. Pit fit married. Decent or and rates going wit ii at rues at Ai d Meade Naglit and w wednesday morning while the Ball i club and the attendant Cranks do not go unit wednesday noon. It has been entirely impossible to get any idea As to the number who went but we Trust All had an enjoyable time. Two burglars entered Leroy Greene a House about 2 30 tuesday morning by Means of a window and went to the chamber of p. H. Greene who was ill. Day s and farm ant Tuc the to it v. For Sale eager Large w a Short Nelsons Ander Sony at the residence of the brides parents or. And mrs. Louis Anderson in this City tuesday evening. June 4th. By Rev. R. 1$. Abbott f. Nelson and i s Elbe Ander of All of Tai being watched by his daughter mrs. T to. Kenai old. On entering the room one of or. Nelson is one of the most successful j the villains raised an immense knife Young business men in the City highly a and ordered silence while the other teemed by the people of the Community of grabbed such articles As he could get ugly bred to ind ring a re team Ai hour Aud calve glad to i r not. Or Alin k 11 rat c in at Lent my >1. Civil of k District Freeborn Horning graded cattle and bulls. In Stock whether \ and a cows. I Pur a. C. Wedge proprietor. Iris pubic summons Minn . Count v of out to Lulli ill Cal adult let davits Horning plaint i Ign list w it Sun. Moist of state of Minnesota to the Naniel de fend Atit you Are our by summoned and required to an Sci Titi complaint in tins , Lias Lien filed Wilb the clerk of said court and to nerve a copy of your answer to die said complaint on the a Ufi Cimer at i Ohice to the City of Albertu a. Freeborn county Minnesota Whin Twenty Day after the service of till summon a upon you. Exclusive of the Day of Sipili is vie and if you fail to it i an wer the said complaint within the time Afore said the Plain title in this action will take judgment against you Lor the sum of two Hundred and i i try a dollars together wit to interest thereon i tilth i at the rate of ten per cent i and for his costs and disbursements four fron per Here Good limes to May 6th. A d Isk to. K Todd in amt attn attorney Albert Lea Minn. Excellent habit and worthy of a Good wife which undoubtedly he a secured in the person of i Bride who has grown up to womanhood in our City and is highly re-1 spec ted by everyone. This Young couple Start out in life in double harness under very favourable auspices and we Trust their voyage on the Ocean of time May be a pleasant and enjoyable one and but Long years May be their lot died. Hold of taking a suit of clothes belonging to the sick Man and �7 in Money i �5 belonging to mrs. Leroy Greene a j Gold ring and a pair of Gold mounted spectacles. Mrs. Kenfield and her father were kept silent while the Rob a hers were present but immediately j they were gone they cried for help. I Leroy came hurriedly Down but the robbers of the sick had left and no1 Trace of them have been found. The \ should be made to suffer for the o rage. The High bred Clyd at the National every jr., stallion will b Foi barn Albert Lea hid monday. Good times dappled Bay. Vellent Travich season Theja i it res r Tea Pon old. A b Tim a of sen j. P be p a Alful an cot Trie s10. Fossum amp cop or let ors Nelsons at his Home in Manchester on sunday. June 2. I so. Of old age. Christopher Nelson aged it it it years. Deceased had not been ill a Day when he was suddenly stricken and he leaves Many friends to mourn his death. The deceased left six children among the number being ii c. And Gilbert Nelson of the town of Hay Ward. Jle had been a resident of the county for -28 years and was highly respected by All who knew him. Horner May 20th, 1880, at his Home in the town of Pickerel Lake Freeborn county Andrew Yvo. Horner aged 51 years. The subject of the above notice was born in the City of Washington. He was a descendant of a distinguished i Irginia family his ancestors being who old revolutionary Stock his Grandfather having been a surgeon in the revolutionary army. His father. John s. Horner was an eminent lawyer of Virginia and was appointed in 1830, governor of the then territory of Michigan by president Jackson. He was afterwards appointed Secretary of the territory of Wisconsin where he finally settled and resided at Ripon Wisconsin until no a death a few years since. His widow a lady of intelligence and distinction and likewise a native of Virginia whose Maiden name was Mary Lowe Watson died 27 of this year followed by a at Ripon soon after her husbands decease. S. B. Waughtal a sons of City Iowa have jul t arrived car Load of line stallions English Shire Percheron draft hordes they arc some of thu crossed t it Atlantie. Sold on easy terms. Correspondence solicited the Imp City the family comprised three sons. Judge w. H. Horner of the circuit court of 8t. Louis Missouri g. F. Horner and Andrew w. Horner and two daughters mrs. Luca. And miss Bessie Horner. The late Andrew w. Horner married about 25 years since miss Anna Hail a sister of or. Frank hah the family moved from Minnesota nearly seventeen years since to their present Home in the town of Pickerel Lake. Or. Horner leaves surviving him i widow a daughter. Miss Harriet l. Horner and two sons ills eldest son. Watson a promising Young Man in whom his father took much Pride died a year since. The late or. Horner was one of the most eng Fitle and intelligent Farmers of the county. Al Bot Ign la chief occupation was that of a Farmer he a at times engaged in other pursuits particularly in it Lehua cof buying and Selling farm Stock. In personal appearance the deceased Viu notable amongst men for his Tali ump erect figure and i Manly and regular features though apparently rather forcible and uncompromising in manner and of pretty Strong prejudices he was to those who knew Tom Well possessed of a Reail kind heart and a goner our deposition. He was an indulgent Parent and greatly devoted to his family. To i wide Circle of friends Aud acquaintances his familiar form will be sorrowfully Irdy sed a mondays. Tite Ile Uville the a terms 1, service v c. E Clowda itt Tirc f a. Groom. Literary notes. The Home Magazine published at Washington. D. A. By tie Brodix pub. Co. And edited by mrs. John a. Logan. 1 one of the finest of the cheap publications we have Ever seen in fact it is wonderful How of much can be Given for so Little the Price being but 50 cents per year or i cents it r month. Our readers can do no better than Send for this Magazine. Or. George Parsons Lathrop is not like some authors who put their Best work into their novel lie has never written anything better than his Short stories and Mars. Cassell a company tire fortunate in offering the lit get collected volume of the a to the Public. Quot two it Ide of a Story i the title of the Volpone whose Content. Are mad up of his More notable contribution to Harper the Century and the Atlantic monthly. America in it is be of a 23. Presents unique Roll of contributors in a series of poems and sketch by several members of mrs. Julia Ward Howe a family. Quot first there i a poem entitled Quot the song of the Parebell a by the distinguished Mother w to celebrates the Seventieth anniversary of her birthday on May Ketch of her work for woman a clubs by her daughter. Mrs. Florence Howe Hall of scotch p . J. Wide awake for june might Well lie called a Quot True Story it opens with a reproduction of Henry Bacons Beautiful painting Quot the end of a Long Day a photographed especially for wide awake a Lovely picture. Then come the True stories five of them Quot a Plain cases is by the novy famous writer. Miss Wilkins w to grew her Early laurels in wide awake this Story is most pathetic. The scene of miss Risley stewards Brilliant Story i of Hoard an Ocean Steamer it is entitled Quot the naughtiest boy i Ever met a a the Highet Structure in the world a in other word the Eiffel Tower is the subject of the first article in the Atlantic monthly for june. It is devoted to an account of the methods of construction of the Tower and comparison with other Buckings of great height. This article is written by or. We. A. Eddy a Bonny Hugh of Iron Rook a a j j Buffy Story of life among the miners is contributed by Edith Brower. Charles Eliot Norton gives an account of or. Rat Don afro in and his discovery of the Gravestone of banished Xor Folk at Venice. This curiously interesting article is embellished with a picture of the carved Stone itself. Or. George Moritz Wahl gives an account of Quot the German gymnasium in its working order a showing the course of studio and Delpline pursued in the Hool Sec. Mason with a first publication May 23. Is. Order for hearing of claim j a Tatkow m1nnesota,county o Freeborn Quot. A a a in probate court. In the matter of the estate of Joseph Raymond i deceased letters testamentary on the estate of said deceased being ten Day granted unto Albert Kay Imond of said county it is ordered. That All claims and demands or All persons against Aid estate be presented to tails court for examination and hearing at the probate i office. In the court House in the try of Albert Lea. J Freeborn county on the following Days Viz on j Trie first monday of each and every month of the next succeeding six months. It is further ordered. That six months from the j Date Hereof be allowed to it realtors to present their claims a canst said estate at the expiration of which time till claim not presented to said j court or not proven to it satisfaction shall Fie s forever barred unless for cause shown further j i line Fie about. Ordered further. That said a Leherty Raymond a aforesaid shall cause notice of the Timo and Dace of the hearing Aud examination of said i claims and demands la it publishing i notice tie col Tor Lour week. Successively in the Albert t a Kilter i poise a weekly news puppet printed and published j i Albert Lea in am county. Dated Albert , mine. The uni Das May a d. 1h89. By the court. 1�?z a v. M a. Met Ada m. Judge of probate. May 23, first put a at and French Best that Ever summon1 it ate of Minn i Sot a k District court Luth Diode a i plaudits of my of Freeborn District. In t Henry Tunell tuttell defendants v. Onnan hot a be lit the hotel i we Ali 1 to the above named de of purr barn i Conrad got Gustave f tamil Ai i summons j the state of Mintu Fer Lauis. You. Ami each of you Are hereby summoned and required to answer the com Plait i this action i Winch Lias been filed with the clerk of said cart and to serve a a Ltd. <3 your answer to the said a on the subscriber lit ins Ofle it in die c1 of Ama i t Lea Freeborn 1 Omirly i a i w thin Twenty Days alter the Servie e Otth Arimms ii a ii Vii exclusive of the Day of such i i a i a a. And it you tall to answer the \ said complaint within the tune aforesaid the Plain title in Thi action will apply to it it the court Tor toe re a Liet demand d in said complaint Intel april 2111v. D 18m�. Vav. F. Todd plaintiff s attorney Albert Lea mum. Clow. O Viz nor. A. M Kun real estate insurance and loan a lit. Houses to rent v u w ill pie above entitled lot i he Pui to mortgage go. Feh davits to a and by them door North of Flat National first Bank. To consumptive. Tho having been restored to health by simple Means after suffering loft several years with a severe lung affection and that dread disease consumption is anxious to make known to his fellow sufferers the Means of cure. To those who desire it i he will cheer fully Send tree of charge a copy of thu prescription used which they will loud a sure cur. Lor consumption. Asthma of Larry bronchitis ail Throat and lung maladies. He Hopes All sufferers a ill Fry his Kem Edv As it is invaluable. Those desiring me prescription which will Cost Iff to nothing and May prove a Blessing Ejli please address . Ward Vilson vill Tamsberg. Kings county new York. Isis. L in in named , Guk Tuvic f. To i and i .1 a int Tunnell and to each of them v ii will p a take notice that the object of then ton i to ton lose and it i Bruj tit not Tori closing that certain real estate a it by Henry Tuvell one of said de a rus g by Kofl and Dames Jii Ompson i signed to i e. Watson adm Taistra Tor of the e late of Clark w Thompson de a. Deand Liy him As Ign a to this plaintiff when snid i mortgage was dated on tin l l Day of Julie a. D. I ih82, and Correu the following desc Lawni piece of i land lying and to the county of it Ceborn. And state of Mina Sota to wit the Northwest Quarter of the Softli cast Ipi Artur of Section Nutu her seven 5in township num Tierone Hundred and one 101north of Range number Twenty three 23 West of the fifth panel Iii Meridian w Lizeh said Moil Gage was Given to secure the payment of six Hundred and forty 640 dollars according to Tho of i ecu it. Bond Healing even Dale 1 with said of image. And. Edited in a said a levity Tumil and 11 no p. I Omil claim i made or demanded against you or either of you. Dated april 2.>tn, a d Leo. M e. Todd plaintiff attorney. Albert Lea Minnesota. First la Ubibi Effion a Iii Tifik of Dou to 10xamink account c l a i f of Minne Hgt a i a. County the in in Matt i of i com Teini Simon no ii 24ili, ton de ceased a ailing Ami mint administer matrix i deceased Repta i hat she a Oil i >1x011, Otsuno. Thing Kiaie and playing that be fixed for examining account of her admin my rat Ion of the residue. I said at.-1. The petition id Olivo i the estai Ltd of billion sen 11 no a lining other Lull annul stored said t time Ami a let and allowing her Aid Toi the assignment heirs u is ordered sum account by examined and i petition h. , in a tin judge of till court on 1-Ri-i Day. Ilie 2nia Day o. Dune. A. D. Isno. j Lois Stock ii m. Fit attic Protte office m to e court hit use ill Al Crl Lea in said enmity. Ami it is a Titus v ordered that Hullee Tite Tetra in l to All persons my. I ested. By j a copy of this order Lor three successive week prior to said i Day of hearing ill the Albert Lea Enterprise a weekly new spa or printed and published at Albert , in said county. Dated at Albert Lea. 24th Day of May a. D Dob. A by the court l 8. Whf 0. M Adam judge it of probate

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