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Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard (Newspaper) - April 6, 1876, Albert Lea, Minnesota•" —a—    5 ma JfrrrbotntfautttgjkUuUfaml ORDINANCES s THE TOWN “    ~    OF    ALBERT    LEA. JUBERT LHA, MINK., APRIL «, 187'V. IiOCAlT mwi<®as***SSra®W*«S*W»MWSSSWri^Wws«saSS'»>S»*** Pay Up.-^-AII adonai* "inst be set tied up to I bt Ar*t of January, the status et the office having fetiabyed on that dites. Settle tsp xttd givlf the new Ursa clean books and a fresh start from Jan. I, 18711.    lf    * . _    .     .*    i    r    * The Handel Mw*)**! RffOeiiitl'rtR tortrttrt? for practice web YtWifiNQf rtvftlttg, at 7 belock, ta PmhyteTlAlS Chapel. WjlLL I* AP Eft —CO,OOO rolls of assorted wall paper, Fine quality just teceived and f>>: adc by \4tf    W    Bad    ft    A    S    dicer. PP RLI SHED Bk AUTHORITY. -• *- *------ Motto cards, perfect beauties, fit the City News Rotfftt. Oinking out sale of ti iii wits A Son. Ifhcit eHtlfe stock at aet lid I cost. Sticks and t3ee?e ate again AWTRUiNAXCE REGULATING AND t|CEN|INO THE SALE OE AND TRAFFIC in SVmrrPoPs, INTOXICATING, AND MALT LIQUORS. The Board of Snpenifor* of t%* fVrti of Albert Lea do Ordain ai foltotr* : StfSYWx I. That no peVson or persons, partnership or firm, shall sell, vend, Impose of, traffic-, deal in-, or gWe awriv any spirituous, vinous, fermented,malt,knifed, or intoxicating liquors, by the glass or otherwise, in or at any place or house within the town of Albert Lea, without having Irst obtained a Poetise for that purpose, from the Hoard of Supervisors of said town. violating the conditions of said bond’ in addition to the civil action upon stlch bond tor the penalty mentioned and referred to in the Inst section. Sue. 7. Whenever the father, mother, daughter. Sort, Or wife of any person, or any three freeholders in said town, shall notify the Town Clerk of said town that sUch relative—or other person than a relative, in case the notice is jgiveh bv there freeholders—is an improper person to whom to sell vinous, spirituous, intoxicating or malt liquors, or is an habitual drunkard, such Town Clrtfk shall thereupon cause the Towu jl.:.;t ."■■lb AN ORDINANCE RELATING TD OR • strucTIox hp SThFkTs, alleys, ffcrdaMNAnrR to prevent disor-1 titbit AND PUBLIC GROUNDS, AND PROr!^fb Bd'iird of SuperVisas* of the Town of Al -VI LING ken THE REMOVAL OF. bert Lea do Ordain ‘at f M o ir s : GA KRAGE AND OTHER NUISANCES S##®ctjo» I. An prreouurvim* Hsction I. Auy FROM THE STREETS. ALLEYS, PUB-’ LIC GROUNDS AND PRIVATE PREMISES In THE TOWN OF ALHPtl LEA# The Houri Of’ Sup em tort of the td*rn bf Albert Lea id O.-rfttin as follows ; Sect to* I. No person or persons Shul I Marshall of said town to notify in writing I place any carriage. Cart. wagon. Rot, btH8-> cath person or persons, partnership or rd, sleigh, fill*Wood, lumber, or any Clhtr i firirt who httve received a license under the material or substance wha toter, upon any or who >iic ii who shall make, king ady improper rf the pean**, or dime? or disorderly, or poadre of his jierson, usee I ova rn any athel Min*, or place. mr in ih**t st any other e Mkbe.ln any house Bg, or place, or in in** sire^i* or elsewhere Foil Inn the town of Alliert L-sv, aud all pere »n* who it* or erowit** for httlswfnl pur-» annoyance os disturbance of citterns Uravstere, shall be severally sis hj eel to a fin*id It col*# in budim or crowds for ft tothr more than fifty dollars, n««r hm than five dot- j provisions of ibis ordinance of the fact of I street. skirt-Walk, lune or alley in the vil-/*? B ll wb Vt Va rf t'Aa in • k <"i t ll A kl A . A    na.    ..I.    » . n n ..    I >k i>n /I 4T A I Av la V, I I . nit I*" U a lr .. La . . MVI rf ' MA A MT a AB \ I ! AA k such notice, and the name of such person, and the Town Marshall shall immediately give due notii?rt In fitteordatictt with such directions^ abd the giving of such notice according to the requirements of this section to arty such license*! person or persons shall in any soil or prosecution under any of the proViMObs Of this ordinance, be lak-• n and decbtod to be presumptive and prima fer*' evidence that the person named in such notice is an improper person to wftoh* to sell vinous, spirituous, intoxica-And if any person or persons, partnership ting, or malt liquors, or is an habitual Ct AML tanking their appearance. Good second-hand seed et flit Vheap. Apply at this oft!ce. sa lo Sf.vk.ral ’terns cf iuteret.t brr or firm, shall Violate in any way the provisions cf ibis section, he, she, or they shall, Open conviction thereof, be punished by a fine of netless than twenty-five dollars hot mote than one hundred dollars, ami the costs of prosecution. Or by imprisonment bot exceeding thirty days, or both, in the discretion of the Court. Crowded out this tfrvck, by the bewit hereinafter provided, to the sail! Hoard, Secs 2. Any suitable person or persons, partnership of firm, who inly be approved by the Board of Supervisors of said toon, j trial thai ihe kind of liquor sold or dit-] and Who shall make written Application as , p0*ed of is one of the kinds of Ii quor cm- drunkard* bs the case may be, from and after the time such notice was given. Site. S. Iu all prosecutions under this ordinance, it shall not be necessary to allege in the ooinplaint, the name of the liquor sold Or disposed of by the person prosecuted, providing it shall appear in Said complaint that said liquor Was either sui lit mon*, intoxicating, or malt liquor, aud in such case it may be proved on the lagc of Albert Left., trueborn County, Minnesota, or any bf the additions thereto, as the same is platted am! recorded in the office of Register bt Deeds lh and for said county. Sec 2. No pcHdtt Or persrttl? shall bring, deposit, or have, within the Village of Al bert Lea aforesaid, any putrid carcass, or other unwholesome *iiR!»tance whatever Nur shall any pcrsoft or persons deposit or permit to be deposited l*pnH fifty airest, lane, alley, public grounds, or private premises, within said toffn Or village, any manure, offal, garbage or other nui*%nce whatever, which may bg dr Urt^ome offensive, or luxurious to health. re, <v to tao prison men t of is* mors than ten dave, -xwwnv- .    r|4 jJnrtjjal KXM gum April J, A. D. IKTfi. tau than one d*y; and the Town ortaed to arrent any person* guilty of iller. fem-**, without warrant. ii W. H. SMITH, ChairniW. X. H. Ftaara, Clerk. El lib rf or Albert Lea Public Sebodl flf lite Term Ending March SI. ISI* Sabbath Sib tin I Concert; Mr Jenkins ipoke | ffid '6)i»cert fit the iVesbytertfin *t the Cw^rejraFKittfil bhurcb on Mon chdrCh, Ufit Saniay evening, wfis one d.*y nl^ht. ob the sub}***’ of character. of the bds! we hfive erer witueA«etl The subject was “ The Arch of Christian Character,^fonded df white blocks, neatly jointed together, each one representing some element of Christian character, as for example, ** Truthfulnea*,” " fenJperancc,” l*Charity,,, •‘ILifieoce,*’ •Ste. The fddnJation of all being “ (jhristi’1 Slid the idystdrte *‘ Faith As each block Was laitl^ooic Member of the school recited a text of Scripture CLUBBING RATES. Wp wiU dab Ti»« St ♦<!!* UM* kith publics! ions mrnlionrd irfb*, at fhe fol1 lowing rate*: I* *•» r'"*'P»»'y *'w*res»! ,0 ,h* ivN.TiM.)anAkM.......... Milw»uke** News <    .........—.• fit. P»u! ft en aer-Pl1 aga .— ........ . Pl. Paul I)i«{N»trb I Opp sirioh j ..... StfiiidlhSrt'Ipns. at the lutheran church. * Ilhff9»#rfleni rhronkd** <Uatholie). on Tuesday evening SuLj. et. T«»-1 25%!?!!?i^ perence. Ile wa* severe on both ex tremer, holding that drurtkenners Ae based human chaffier*, while n»fal ab yotfbg men. Uet. Mr Wiilfabcrjr addressed Iht »tiftt}HCe WfiS    Unreasonably    t< the other elffetti^ tbn M^nvwpalis Mail ... I HarptF'** Mtrtttbly......... I Harpe* I* " vrkly.......... ; Harpers Until?  ........... I Lily’s Fvf**'bd Prlersoft S Go*ley'* Lad? « Ih^vk .*»: Demorest a M'HtiiilJt State SnperinteadeMt Hurl orcopU’d Raiarday Kvsaiiig ■ L i.-i 6 2 L- I- a 4 J — ■ •e? O Z» c a rf V ®: a * 9 * * 0 rf z I •rn tm1 * ^ *9 if ii JS W S * 6; < S a a — < < O c ^ £ v — s- < __ -i e c T. t- ___ No. ol Visits^Uigh.School 66 1 ai ~vo ■J54ct rom rn ar -I bA 42 lo bu 17 38Jntoriu’iite m \\m St 9249tt'ftouwy ..:J 4^... ... ... ...Total........tit rn 12ft 94 44 141todchlft^ that element of chaffieter j the Pre»bytvrtan ch tike    on Tuesday    j which Was fcSpoftded to by the Super evening, is the dt-U^ery of his lectur* irttCndCrlt. At proser intervals, a well chased recitation was spoken, or an animated son£ rendered by the well drilled i Church, nhd School ” before the Stare His luljoot wits, Teachers •Rtflafion Instimre j** StHle if..-...* ... choir. Anion" the best things cf the even ins was a chorus of youn" voices, on j evening, on the question of Rev. Mr. Huck us, of Alden, lectured at the ('onjrbqfatiofiiil church last New York .Him .... Chicago Trilume ......... W r*lvrit R m-»t |,,. |...., . —|^._... ......... Farmer*" Cnlen. Mit»u»»|*olsy .... HeMofific American....................... Wa* hi lift on Rvpnblie. polit ie»1 - Htril»m*r * Mont I*lr.... ................... Hi. N ic Iud ii* ........  in Chicago Post *n<I Mail ............... Prnirir F*rm*r............... ............. town martial of the f6Vtti iif Albert Lea, 1 whenever any of the sidewalks, street*. . lanes or alleys of said Village of Albert I Lea, or any addition thereto, :hall be ob strutted as provided in “ Pull for the Shore.” led by Laura ante. Raichelder in the solo ; and a po ;ui recitation by little Fannie Hazelton * ; The closing address by Superintendent Tetnper- Owir.2 to bad ^f nmd* and [ Amrrica*. N Y (Calholk 1H#H Wnrld. N. Y. (f'Mtholie \... streets, the andieatn ^*ila lei ififjlt4, bu* the lecture forcible and noi.d. Z SA % 3 .2 HI .1 % 20 2 7 -V 5 it h 20 .» 2»* S :A % w*» 4 ii 4 Ll 4 no % vt* 3 f>0 a *4i a tat a 4.S a 2A 4 frt a 2A .* t o 4 I* 2 Id a ro a tai 4 <*rt The following Rwll or Honor com ....    . L . ■    .    #    *    Lincoln    was    pronounced    tee    nne*t ever prises the names of members of the J , „    ,    .    ,.    ,  -----—    .    , delivered, on an occasion of this kind n one of this • atthool who have been /rrfrrt in attent I- , .    , orliti.'inee, or    ati>    .......... (tor. «*<1 ia .hMM, dun.* (he en. | *“    evcryooe reached lh, full meu. cass, manure, offal, garbage Cr ether nui*- »    dre fit public eXpeCtfit !«m, and S# Am pc ti anco or unwholesome substage shall have Cash will buy "Oods very cheap at the k* People** Store ” They are ae!lilt" to ch'se up their buxines.**. ^ordinance. NVe mean just Vi hat Itta sfiy. wh^ti We *xy we are elosinp OUT fittest. Weare ^••int: out of trade ar soon as this stack *Can be eloped OW. LT^iwte A Son. -------- -rn    — Town OrDinancbs.—We print thie Xveek the ordinance2, cf the to'fcb of Albert Lea as the same nave been revised. or enacted by the RCW Hoard. The stringent provisions regarding liquor selling will attract attention, and if enforced, will jta far towards suppressing The evils of intemperance. ftibboKs “fall silk ) at cost at Oui wits A Sett's. ’N cl—Mud, water, balmy breezes Httd sifc^Vfig birds iftdrcfttc t general breaking n'p 6*f tvititer, and that sprittj? ta at hand. Window Curtains—“-A whole line of window curtains aud shades can be found at    WhbAW    £ 8PICK?/>. in ult such < rT*»verAioH*. ft ehuli bv *wlli street*, lanes, ulley*, public ground* or m „    .    r    #    *    /    •/ cient prwif of the fact tbAt the p.nrty pi-os- j private premise* within »aid teWn*®r rit- re*tt*. have been perlrct in tfepori-•h \ ecu! od has no liceuae, Hint the record* of j I age of Albert Lea, »* provided in aeetioH ? meat, and tVfy nCarl? perfect in atfeliil | tile proceedings of the lizard of Supervi- two of this ordinance, to Rained fill Cly nrtff- ! w * upon paying to the Town Treasurer of said cewweucii surti fi* shall be fixed and deber- biined by the Bosirt of Supervisors in each case,which sutu shall ttot less than otic hundred dollars, ; t}o not abow that a license hasbeen when application is made to sell thedifior- granted to such person or persons, aud eft! liquors mentioned in section one of this j ihrtt ,be application, Town Treasurer’* re-Ordinance. and not l<*ss than fifty dollars eeipi. and bund before deterred to, or eitti-when application is made to sell only malt J er of    hsve    not    been    filed    ie.    the    office liquors, ale or beer—winch sum nm<t be j of Town Clerk of said tt»wn. paid in advance ; find upon filing with the Towtt Clerk, the Treasurer’s rece the amount of such license, and th hereinafter mentioned, shall be entitled and shall receive a license issued to said applicant, signed by the Chairman of rai l Board, which shall authorise the person or perse*'*, partnership or firm therein named I to scil, vend, deal in, aud dispose of any j spirituous, vinous, fermented, malt, mixed. or intoxicating liquors, or to sell malt liquor, beer, or ale, only as the case may hts ; ti^n anj belief. I at one ce-tain place, uouee. room, or place I of bnailtHS'T Within said town, to be des- braced in such general Restriction. Ami been deposited or left upon fifty of the fife tftrm t ThnfiH reported al “ Worthy of Our notice of the death of Mr*than Sir upon the perf..faunce the <llataekf ut, UL„. h„t ^.u ilw,rfc. m, -Rmmmmi    a*'    s"    I    t^ipi an re. fy the person or person* so oHsfifttdtlng said sidewalk, street, lane or all^V, or the person or persons so depositing or * Nora Abbott leaving such putrid carcass, rnanute, ntfal. garbage or other nuisance or ah wholesome Andrew Anderson substance, on such street, lane. alley, t*ub- ('has G Bickfor«l lite it .Mary Armstrong are *o!d. And it shall be the duty ol such Town Marshal to make complaint before one of the Justices of the Peace, and to the Town Board of any violation of this ordthahre, by the forsee or p*:rsrons so li-cenxeil. Sti^b ct)h»plaint may be made either upon hown knowledge, or npott inform^’ I Ailtfe Greene I Ult* Green at the expense OI the | it Atte (la# ahi K> notifie<l, which es-] Deter Hanson ;------- *----1    Totfil...    •• Sec. IO. Any license grf nte-i under the provisions of this ordinance may be re igloated in raid license, for the perio I ! vok(Mi Ky the B—H of Supervisors of Chuhcii Reunion.—The Prc*>bytrf-rian Church Reunion, at this place, on Friday last, was cftt of tLe happiest al-Lairs uf the season. Notwithstanding of one year from ami after the date of the issuance of stud license. Sec. 3. No person or persons shall sell, give away, or dispose of, any of the different kinds of Hquhr referred to and mentioned in this ordinance, in said town, anywhere ether than a place duly ani properly licensed for the sale thereof. Nor shall any person or persons, partnership or firm, who have obtained a license in accordance with the provisions of this ordinance, sell, give away, or dispose of any of the said different kinds of liquor, by the glass, drink, or bottle, rn «n.y of the public streets or alleys of the town-slte of Albe*I Lea, and the seveial additions thereto, as platted aud recorded in the person pet sons so notified fad to remove the ssWe j Ellis within twenty four hours after receivingq such notice, the marshal shall cause the enmc to bt removed pars®* or persona so pense shall in the first instance he paid OHt «1 the Town Treasury, and the * mount so paid. with all costa of    suit, shall be re covered in a civil action    before any Jus tice cf tile Peace of said taw u. in which action the town of Albert Lea shall be plain-town, at any mn*!*?tt«t*iwgtr>fPatti Board, I ti#, sad ««ch person or    persons shall be _....-ii    "    ’    tefeftdartt. rtr defendants. 8rr 4 Aby person or persons who “hall lepo*it *»r ktfe any putrid carcass or otb- rLHOol St*Oley Hall Mary Harrington Hattie D Lukius James Larson n eott idkctt rftritk Ellen Ransom Harvey Ransom Mary Sandberg Julia Wha!on Jennie D Wood WftattiT ai r«Ft*H Mirv flfMen^cf billie Mnrin Aibfe whenever it shall appear t*» tbs sat lr fait that any of the provisions ttf this Ordinance, or of any ordinance nf this town, or Lftiftt* Roberts ** iii!* ffinell JlHe tborsnn Bat rick Cary any condition ut the bond aforesaid have ; cr unwholesome substance whatever upon been violated. But before tiny such license shall he revoked, the person or ettW)"* any street, UHe, pr*^w!e alley, public ground or rithin the village of Al iolations of this ordi- the bad iravelms. the house was se full i    Kegister    ot    t.ee-le    of    Freeborn    |    ,,0rtt    Mi    eVnndi.e.1.    .ouch’...*    .ny    com- •    county. Nor aha ----    *    ■    ' as comfort w<*ull 8ccm to justify, iti the persons, partner constant moving about cf the parties bavins: such license sh*!! bn taVtlfad Ictp lert Le* or any of the addition* thereto, pear before tho Board, c.fid “hoVr Cause according W recorded plat or plats of why such lice?*? should not be revoked. * laid Albert Lex -r addit ion’*, “hall for each Such perron or persons may be “ant rn one I in v ruing or Verbally, by the Town Martial. to appear before -aid f n th w i'h : ani the person OC pftCrmi* «o «un»moned, and tiny witne-s prnlUCvl It! hi«, her, or t!»vir behalf, may bv, a1 the request of sh ch person or persons ey fellickson Hat ry Gates Katie HagrIHfttm NeD GattsdH Bernhardt Knfitvdh! ffil’iff Haugen Mat (ie Kiiteledu    i*:lrah T Walsh I.OTa be**!**    Total...............ITi ORAM VI All !»*PAN T)!RNT. Miss M ItwwHir, Teacher all such licensed person or j plaint made, or any v rship or firm, sell, give J nance, or any ordinal <»ff*'«%e, oft VenViction thereof, before any Just It* of the Peace of said town of Albert Le1!., bt punished hy rn fine e»‘not less than dulls**, nor more thau twenty dollar*. sud all CVI** rtf pre«?*•*♦♦ tons. and may lie imprisoned until such Bae and cost is paid, not exceedi g five da in. Sec, o. Any person of person* uhmdiall wilfully obstru<t any cress-way of an? Hilda A-vierson Lewis A devon Harry Hetgor»<m Emmet Fenton Frank fiuislt* Esther Hollands Watson Homer William Heiden James Martin Total............................. woutB* or so?** a. Deter fQSlti Mattie Biescntt Burt Patrick W illie Parker Birlie Rrniom Frank Ransom Pet acy St ad hem Anna Tockrl Edith Walker  18 Mn.vrtP-, kaWtl-rtltakin", and general .*o- ibis particular counter, bar. or place of rUfcUrtv fcrt^sircd the attention of (he pa Vt »ws 6*r al?«jut two hours (5lMWitrt dr have engaged the service* of JL T. Hrakkc-, wiio will be ready at all tinter ta thew goods to his Nwrfrcirian friends. away. or dispose ot any of said liquors by j anv conditions of the said hood And the the glass or drink, at abv place other than j Beard may examine auy other witimm-. than such as are prmluced by sUCli licensed per<un. All revocations of licen-e under this section, shall be mad® by resolution of said Board, of which the person holding such license shall be duly notified; and such license shall be deemed to be revoked from and after the service of such notice u} on bim or them. Sic. ll. Either of inc Justices of the tnce of said town, or street of the village of Albert Lea or any of the sdditbsttx thereto, w ith say team, Carriage.or iii any other wit, bo as to pre sale and delivery, in the saloon, room, or place of business which is described in the application made by such person or persons, partnership or firm, tor the liceu-e heretofore referred to. And any person si pertTOfis, or the members of any partnership or firm, who shall violate the provisions of this section, shall, upon cor vie- vent the free pas-age ol over and across the same. itnot tuall IV John Bates Hattie Biekeabach 0 Uhristopherson Charles Davidson Cha* lea Dudley \dolph Hanson A nice line of stationery and envelopes, a* well as pa perter te«, a att be tion thereof, be punished by a fine of not j peace of said town shall, fit the request of less than twenty-fivedollars, nor more than j ,|Je i;oaid attend upon any of their sos ■ one hotalreu tWltftt, or by in»pris*w**weut not exceeding thirty dhkV% or both, in the discretion of the Court. sions, to administer oa*h* to witnesses, and may be required to issue subpeenas for arty witness; and in case any witness Ot’s lo tv found at the City News ttoota, pout of- I ,SKr" ,4’ ,icforea“J *ic»*nsc shall be grant- Uj.r<.;ir before said Board, aper a sttbpnen* J    ?    cd under the provisions of this ordinance. t bas bren duly served upoh him. sort, J«.-- ; the person or person^ paftttreshipor firm. I ,ict> ^hall issue nit attachment for sa bt wa. . desiring ntt I applying To? such lieenre shall j ness. ms in th** 11Ult r.T a ci'll Or rrimtaal ; tnrtke a vritten npplieatiou therefor, which J actkuTbefore a .luJUlfe of ihe Drerv. and shall have power to punish such vBney? for cont inpt, us in tile trial of r'Mittary cases al law. Such Justice shall receive for bi* aer vire-1. a I * Iv ctftitpensalion for services rendered in the trial of civil actions before him ; his compensation for Vie tic*.* building Lecturers.—Prof. John will lecture on School K son on iv at the Presbyterian church oft Friday even in** of this week, at 7] o'clock. Supt. Thurston and others will ad drew the people on Wed ae* day even ii*o of next week, at the same place. The people generally are invited. Kin* pictures on hand and kept for sale by    Wedge    & Sdicer. application shall distinctly specify and describe the    location, of    the saloon, room. or place    of    business in said town    where    such    person or persons, partnership or firm, propose to sell or deal in the Various kinds of liquors. or either et- any of them, referred to and ftieh tie tied In this ordinance. And such 'claims, and jwrl Mil OH it? I ti* ti tr*asur\\ application shall describe, as near ss may ;-Ko 12 All ordinances heretofore passed be, the location in the saloou, room, or relating to the sale of splriGieti*. malt or place of business, where he, she. or they lerntinited liquors, or regulating ami li-propose to retuiI ^ucll lwjMWr by the glass censing the sale of spii ituous and intoxi-or drink, *ttd such other matters relating j citing liquors and the keeping of billiard to “ na on foot. for each offense be punished by fine not exceeding five d*d!*ra And it is the duty of ihe^ Lena Hanson Town Marshal, at all time*. To keep such cross-way* clear af teams Frc. G. Any person or persons who ahs!! refu*e, or for the apace ol mer® than t wen- John Brere-«u» ty-four hours afier being duly notified as provided in section three of this ordinance, j neglect to remove any obstruct inn, poi rid carrnre. manure, offal, portage or other tttilsance or nnaholewonie auhatance. fren. any of the places mentioned in this ordin atlee, shall ow coft'in ion thereof, before any Jttstiife of the Deuce et «ai*l town, be punished by a nut exceeding five 'IM-’are, and all cost of peoPrtcufio*. and each HVentv-four hours that sueh fuHstance “hall be allowed to remain unremove<I. after the first, shall be taken and deemed e separate offense. Set. 7. It shall be the duty of the town marshal, w henever arty such obstruction is found upon the sidewalks, streets, lanes or Jiitla Harm Fred Hai-er (He M Oleo# Robert Staudenrsus Myron Sanderson Uhaflre Tailor Total   I < INTER VI FDI ATI. DBF A HTM KUT. Miss D. E. Berry. Teacher. Edith Pre****** Nettie IV*etwon Donia Smith iuUtc Ru sfe bi t J nm es Mebon Henry Nelson R L Thurston James Larson Total............ Bennet Anderson Ludwig Bergerson Jt44re T*wyer El la Falter tog* I! anson George Hollands M attle Jew eft Belle Vforin The taJiCnce fill6*l I he h ulse lo »»ver fluffing, there bein? *acaecely luaitdtfij* rooui left — ♦ • ♦ County Grange—8)nopal* bf I** hp. faffs— More Practical than Tbrurcl-lcal. :    Tile    (bounty    (jran«;e    n»et    at the court I hoo^c ch Tuesday Itt*t. Its scs>i -u ! wxs ihorou^hly practical, aeJft«cc*pieJ i the wh<>le day. Amonjr tho uioet prom i { lieut of its work* ate the Folh»wing : A Hoard of Ai bt it rat iou was bet ab Lshed. e*»u*p**wed of the follow int; ir**n tleinen : K K Picket!, mf Bancroft ; | K ll Hod^ers. of Freeb*«rn ; A ll Barile*** of *heH Hn**k J L B Luce. of    (Ijriis    k, iiulbick. oil Oakland ; whore duty ii shall b*t to | I meet at anted times for the ptirp«»ae lf! hearing ail qu**it»«»ns of disagreement I anions the members <d the Order. If possible snfifdht? .idfust the aune, and i thus ^«-r|*eitJ He friendship and pa»d feeling anions Weighbwvn anil eitixenw jrenefillu f Hefffby in* wen my the ex ; |*»*iirej» of ou? charts, by reducing the ii ut*»H* r of    ou    our nreoeni nter I«»ad**d r*Ht*ttdet The committed eft prtrch3«w»g farm » Diachittery fe|^?*H thcif purchase* rtf seeders every Way int Mb dint J11, and that ‘ I they sa ve«i on the pm chase **f thirteen i seeders, three hundred and fit tv one I dollars, although they had to ship them via .MrGnpnr which added thirty dot tars t»i the freight tbefe<*f. The Grange als** t*iok the initiatory I steps lor incorporation, tbs* it n *y have * legal •♦andre*? »w-M»re the DBtiie# depart tnt*hts id the State. Already sijfy . members have m^iuu the af I k leo of incorporation j Th* •re is lobe a "rand pie nie at the next meet in j, on the fir'*! Tuesday in I May    SanpCMt?    « the matter right Street-Cid>Wno.s —The t    rn it?* are d»*i»" a good iLiag the-# thomics muddy ti tules, in napatviwg our street Alden Locals t rom OUR r Eli I La r CMRttE>rrmm*t. r arrncni have concluded not to sow any wheat in March this year. Nettie Foote has been confined to brr bed for th** past wttk with a large swelling on her face. We li«*po r-i »cc Nettie around again in a 'tv days. The Hood Tem pl* re are talking ut I pdrchasiii" an organ for the 'ret* of I their I all    Our Albert Le* Mends will euiucid* with us. whet! #e ray it is needed, if we rtjiMI to have music. A *o#t of Mr. Xieltor. ut Man>fi<dd. about twelve year* old, slipped and fell on the ice last Thursday, breaking his leg between the knee and hit). Db Greene was promptly failed to attend the c:*se, and at present vriling the I b« V Is ggiUug ah't'tt hhrely J Tilt* I bp tfiiHe*l*i>f sk!effalk I? coin oWfd !tt the school house. fi he merchants on the west side of I he st reef are ) going to build an eight-foot sidewalk (rout V\ aiker-*' to Burbank store. It will be a decided impruviuent on tbc 1 tips and downs ” * • • j PSrf    is doing excellent work With his vocal class in AUL ii ll is *t \ Ie of teaching is .-impie and plain, befog so Jiff rent from the old method i»f -jflP B"""1    1 REL IR I01S IN rKLIIGKNCr Dr erin Vs kl is—Corner Waler art*! Mwr? st I irtrfi Mpr? ie?s s%**?y Htm'lsv fit ltd % *•. awd 7 IKjM, ‘Nobbrtth M«ttd 4t 12 w. Weekly nWmtr, iratflf? ti 74 r reerjr I liuri->iay Jmfinjjf Jwofie's prayer meet mg every    ti    S    a. lfSA IL Abbott. Bast or Btrmo—jNmrnlb Srliool at I bo Bopti-t chn tv ii eery >*u<iaj at 12 M. * Mi ll JreBpt1?- ftWe^bft »v»*^r ^UsrstU y vffrtmrem st 2 * rh»cl\i tire fHMwwew of t'h.is Green. I .M#ton a i.—4    sad W»sk- Hreots Rev f. M. At-nfB, fr^sr *>v»-ry Sil>hath at IO) o'clrek, I. m ,    HwWkorb    NeGoo! at 12 Mi Uttiotl 1’ra^jKmeeting ♦ tory Tl*i»nsi»y evening ai 7 o clink Krtwiso.—trervirtS*9 hnWming -red evening nill fie ll ell at the tnnrt filaree, on Sun -Joy. Mal ch ■>. at tho usual hours, and oft each n’o’rt'ate Sunday thereafter, by Brr. K R. G«m ut. D*ftr.tt*i:ax in Uh firer —Preaching in the town of VI a tref »*!♦!. at the Mansfield achoo I Im at re, or Murry school huurrt on the inst .Humbly in April, a' 7 r. and tirereaftrr once iii two weeks, providential circumstance- not preventing. Wk. Abc a wa. Pas* or. me.?! .Voftrr*. Ale persona mdebt d to lluiwits As Son are requeste*! to make immediate payment GwtlfiWi. ww wtPMMWW* dated you when you wanted goods, sud we wa*** tar pay. fill WIT* k £on. Iii lire new I‘runes B»r on# dollar-Canned Fruits St Co>t. at GD I with k Son. 41 «T ffccived, some very nice ncff Prints, at    liillim    A Son. Ladiv* flfbT HK I RTS at 7-» ceBis. R. nt SKINNER A mf tbs and Suiting** at cost. Bt thff People's Stork. ----------  A    i-—• - Crockery and lutmps .-it cntd. at th*! I'F.rePi.e s Store ^tep • I In sod t<*uk at our clothing which I- being add r» gBnlle»« of not. Gutwira k S*n worth) or ear hit. Willie Uickcnhnth Finnic Ifatelton Bai Broad Report.—We referred List week to the very full and able report of the Southern Minnesota Railroad Company; but there are &till other matters in it to which we would be glad to allude. The importance of Albert Lea, as the leading town on the *    c line, is shown from the fact that more freight was shipped east from this station during the last }ear, than frofct any other, and that the reXetiUe to the ; t company was 40 per cent, higher than the manner in which Its.    they    tables    in    this    tt>?ti.    ore    hereby    repealed. Piresed April 3, A. D. 18?ti. W If. HMlTll, ClretHtjftr. Attest ? J. IL Paukkb. Clerk. I propose to conduct their ^ftid business, as the Board may require before acting up^n such application ; winch said application shall be filed in the office oT the Town Clerk of said town. aril the Bt sternum.-therein contained shall be taken to be and ecttsidered as parts and conditions of said I ice use. Skc. •*> Before any license shall be issued under the provisions of this ordinance, the person or persons, partnership or firm, applying therefor, shall execute and file with the Town Ulerk of said town, a bond to the town of Albert Lea, with at least two BU reties, to be approved by the Chairman of the Board of Supervisors of said own, in the penal sum of five hundred dollars, conditioning that the party so li-r    ,    .    censed shall faithfully keep and observe all from any other station weft OI Grand ; ordinances of said town, then in force, or Crossing. It is also shoffft thai there are more passenger* from this station than from any el her, except where junctions are formed with other roads. In fact, so important does Mr. Van Horne regard this point to the interest of the road, that he recotnmends the that may be passed during the period of such license ; that the party so licensed shall, during said year, conduct said house, saloon, or place so licensed as aforesaid, in an oidcrly, peaceable, and quiet manner ; that he, she, or they will not permit anj unusual or improper noise,'disturbance, breach of the peace, cardplaying, gaming, or dice-throwing therein, aud that said saloon, house, or place of same .c# be audited byth* Boo rd ss other | n\\*jA. of said village, or ?hoit*«r sn) j such putrid carcass. ttlfittUre. cflkl, (fithag* j or other nuisance or uhwlu.ies.anc »ub--lauce. shall be found in “aid town. a* provided in this ordi Banco, an I tire person a® obstructing suck sidewalks. «trc«-t«. rillsy*. . or so depositing such substances is not known or cannot be found. to remove, or cause the same to be removed fit the expense of said town , Ste. 8. An ordinance, entitlled “An Or-, dinance to protect    the streets and alleys in —the town of Albert    Lea from obstruct inn*.'* passed May. IH73,    and all ot dinance* «nd AN ORDINANCE REGULATING THE P»r‘a of ordinances relating lo tbc auh LICENSING OF BILLIARD TABLES J    0^0.1"™    h< embnrevL arr AND    BOWLING ALLEYS IN THE TOWN * ' raised April i.    A. P. IHM. OF ALBERT    LEA.    j    W.    ll.    SMITH, Chairman. The Board of Supervisors of the town of Al J* teat, J. IL I ABKEB, < :erk. bert Lea do ordain, as follows : Soot (OB I. No person or persons shall keep in the towu of Albert Leu, any billiard tables or bowling alleys, whereon shall be permitted for hire or reward to the person keeping or running the same, any play atony of the games for which the same are used and kept, Vinlexs the person or persons running or keeping the same shall have first obtained a town license therefor. And every person violating this section, shall, upon conviction thereof, be punished by a fine of not less than ten dollars, nor mort* »han twenty-five dollars, j for each and every offense. Sbc. 2. Any person or persons may ob- M*v Cure Andrew Daniel* Henry Kllickson Mary Gates Ella’Golden Tefal ..................................... fffinlrt Nh perfr1*:? Ll all departments-. Harry lliggtn-Uobert Mateh Ole M a«Uon John Ross Ralph Whit man .12 H; AN ORDINANCE to PREVENT THE DESTRUCTION OF F:?H IN THE LAKES, RIVERS, AND WATER? OF THE TOWN OF ALBERT LEA. The Board of Supervisors of the Town of Albert Lea >bo Ord un as follow* : Sect to* I. Whoever takes, eatehe*, or kills, at any season of the year, any fish in of from any 01 the lakes, rivers, or waters of the town of Altsri Lea, In any other manner than with rf took and bnPf stud suffer as a penalty therefor a fine of not ta** than five dollars, nor more than ten dollars, togeth- W hole No. ** ll ottliji of Credit ............la During the past term nearly one-ha’l of the school bad the meanie?. I his will account for u uch of the diffmnce between the whole number enrolled and the average number of members. Had it not been for the untretial amount of sickness*, it i? safe to say, that the average membership and the per cert* of at teatime)! would Lake beet’ better than for any previous term The Drimary Department, having been in season but three weeks of the term, is not reported. Tile standing in scholarship of members of the High School, as determined by close marking, in the weekly written examinations held during the term,and the final examination at the close, is bs follows: Oakland. April Ak IHTti Editor Standard—The school in Bret No. *•* eloiH-d on Friday last The following ate the via mu of the pti pi!*, in connectt ut rn itll their avera"® standing, graded according to the usual Bf sit! of I (Kl; HK) being perfect : Nutria Batch......77 Edon Dull* ck. Mary Bullock......J»**»-ph Wvant . teaching. Ile close* l»i® sc load next 1 .la?* 5 S.it*r*U? evening with a ******* From 1 here he goes to Well? !*t r*F ira Kite a j ♦da** \Y e can heartily recommend Hitll to our Wells friends Tom Trimble ha* Been uatfrr the weather for a few (fir, * past, but is now ab'e to be around I>«.n*t try lo b« -ick a;:ain, Tom, for it’s lenc.-ome without y«-u. PkRi-UNAL— Mr \Y M (’lark. of Fhieagv* G «pet'ding it K’ff days with Mr    pe**rl**    and >rtd Black t’aura* at H B. SHUNNER k UFS. A full line af Taih*r r ntBMtR! al im, at GI 1 wits rn Sh>n. Gloves and Mitten* at art. at G* fWJTS k r*(».v I.’nm HH*?*. HOSE st ftjN»>i®rBftrN Will. m!nv*nl 4l»o > mTT FL REDE LINED It ii. SKINNER t CU K. an.! r« lAtirr’s I * v - ..so t fra a k Hit cfi HG Si ah I.)     Ti Cl*ri*n ck<>war*. 7•'» Iren*!* Ilnich H:| Daniel Ski lift rr .. M2 Lnretla Hatch-.. >*4 'I vrtlc Shower*... To lain a license to keep tsu*;h table or alley I *r with the c<M,t* of P^sccation, for each ami every business shall be conducted according to ' as is mentioned in the last section, and to ! • ....    *    #    ,    Ihe    terms    aud    conditions    of    the application building ol a new passenger depot here. I for such license. That such saloon, house. A good safe at cost at Outwits k Son. or place of business shall be closed on and .hiring each Sunday : on and during every general or special election day, and at and Whisky Cases —In the publication ft.f,or ten belock at night of each day; and »    1    ...    ,    .    ,    that    therein    no    spirituous*    vinous,    fer tile whisky eases, last week, from . mented, malt, mixed, or intoxicating docket of Capt. White, the following 1 l>nuor8 shall be sold, given away, or disposed of by such person or persons, partnership or firm so licensed, or any other person, to any minor, or Was inadvertantly left out : Jan. 24, 187ti. John Froshaug, Defendant pleads guilty ; fined $25 and cost. per- I son of unsound mind, or to a person ; then intoxicated, or to an habitual drunkard, ‘or improper person, nor ! to any person on any Sunday, or general j or special election day, nor after ten | o'clock at night of any day ; and that no minor or improper person shall be allowed I to visit, frequent, or remain in such saloon, house, or place of business. And for I each and every breach of the conditions of j said bond, or any of them, the obligor and his sureties* shall forfeit and pay to said , T ,.    .    St    town, as a penalty, the sum of twenty-five Bristol, Iowa, during the winter, has | dollars, to be recovered in a civil action on just returned to his old quarters.    Ti?1 bond, in which action the Town of r n> a    rn    l    i    *    Albert Lea shall be plaintiff, and the obl»- Jj 1. Soctt, of Freeborn, left here : gor and his sureties, defendants. And the for Wisconsin on Tuesday morning iRst, I ^oard ot Supervisors of said town may, ,    .    .    .    ,    „    whenever it shall deem the conditions to be absent about two weeks. Ile will | of such bond, or any of them, to be broken, bring home a stallion of the Norman- I revoke and vacate such license. The sureties named in such bond shall W all Paper—Parties purchasing Wall paper of us can have the same trimmed free of charge. JDf    Wedge & Spicer. PkiimunAt. — Rev. 0. Smith, whq has been absent with his family at peroiit games to be played thereon for hire ! Rec- 2* ®    th9    ?    of    the    Towu    Mamhai or reward, upon vet bal or written appli- > ot *ai<i town, to arrest auy person violating the procation to the Board of Supervisors, at any I vteion* of this ordinance, with or without warrant, l>., 1 ii *    •. 1    •    ,    •    j.    ww    bu    ■    iwb    nnnrcu    in    sum    Dona    sunn BRsha blood, with a view Mi Bt® un- swobt, before any officer authorized to ad-provement of our stock of draught minister oaths, thit they are each worth j any betting upon the games played there* pervisors, at any regular or special meeting thereof, under such restrictions and limitations as to the place where the same are to be k°pt, as such Board may by their resolution granting such license specify. Providing that thv person so licensed shall pay to the Town Treasurer of the town of Albert Lea, [ tie sum of five dollars for each table or alley so kept. And the Town Treasurer upon receipt of such sum, shall give the person or persons paying it a receipt therefor, which shall be filed at the office of the Town Clerk. Sbc. 3. The resolution of the Board of Supervisors granting affy such license, and the Town Treasurer s receipt for such license; shall be taken and considered as sufficient proof that a license under this ordinance has been granted to the person or persons mentioned ; and the absence of such resolution iii the town records, or the absence of the Town Treasurer’s receipt from, the files in the office of the Town Clerk, shill be deemed prima facie and presumptive proof thai no license was ever granted to the person or persons prosecuted under this ordinance Sec. 4. No person or persons licensed under this ordinance to keep any billiard table or bowling alley shall permit any gambling for money or other thing of value,on or around said tables or alley, nor horse#. This 'VbkkV Advertisements.— ll. Thurston —Examination of teacher# Mrs. Stage--Spring millinery. m Guiwit’s k Son—Selling at cost. •Tftbn Stage—Town property for Hale. Mrs. Richards—Ladies hats. Win. Bickford—Herding. Stacy & Tyrer—Probate notice. Lovely J Parker—So ai mon?. the sum Of two hundred and fifty dollars, oyer and abote all indebtedness, liabilities, and exemptions. Sec. f>. Any person or persons who shall have received a license, and shall Violate any of the conditions of the bond referred to in the last section, shall, except in such canes wherein punishment is hereinbefore provided for, rte punished for each and and any person or persons violating the provisions of this section, shall upon conviction thereof, pay a fine of not less than ten dollars nor more than twenty-fite dollars for each and every offence. And the Board of Supervisors, whenever it shall be satisfied that any person or persons have violated * hi* section, or have conducted any tablejor alley run by him or them, every violation of such condition, or any j contrary to any of the term* or restrictions I of them, upon conviction thereof, by a fine imposed upon such person or persons by I of not less than ten dollars, nor more than (be said Board iu granting such Recuse, and bring them before one of tho Justice* of tho town of Albert Lee, to be dealt with according to law. And it is rn ado the ditty of said Town Marsha I ;0 seize any Auh so taken, or any not or nets, or tiny implement of destruction by which the provisions of this otdicanee ire boing violated, without any (Aker authority than is contained in this ordinance to he beld and used by him as evidence for the purpose of convicting any person violating this ordinance ; and any such net or implement of destrum* turn shall not be returned to the person owning th e ame, until such person shall have paid the pena tty impeded by kw, and until the Uodft shall so order. Passed A pril 3, A. D. la?#. W. ll. SM [Til, Cb air matt. Attest • J. ll. Pa BBS*, Clerk, AN ORDINANCE ATTACHING ROAD DISTRICT NUMBER TWO TO ROAD DISTRICT NUMBER SEVEN, IR THE TOWN OE ALBERT LEA, AND CONSOLIDATING SAID ROAD DISTR ICT? The Board of Supervisors of the Town Of Albert Led do fitdain as foliates } SRCTirt* I; Rnad Dbrtriet imbiber two in the ttarh< Nora Abbott Mary AHU*!rrtttgt.P? A A it dot auk m C 0 Bickford.*«»*.‘JO R H®rgeftOttn..»niM J Bcrgereon BB Willis J Booth-...8»> Chria Burke 72 Mary Bes»engor,..90 John Beck ........ *57 Patrick Cary 8(1 Joanna Dwyer...-80 Fred Dudley CG W D r dm rn ?? h btl *eii7 A Aahlty Kllickeon,«ft2 Wrn T Ellis B2 Elfrida Fenho’t...*»3 Elhi Green 87 Ii rry Gates 7ft Willie Hyde 70 Stanley Hall ......83 K Harrington .....83 M Harrington 1*0 Tolliff Haugen...-72 Peter Hanson ...-70 Hattie IIoflland...70 Nets Hanson ......77 John Heiting 70 B Knatvold 78 Anna Hatch...... Cora Miller....... Jane Lib-....... Lune Lyle....... A ma *a W yam.... Lorrtre Tty ant — So—*4 Lyle-.... Ella Skinner 7*i We were favurrJ nu the doting (lay with visitors numbering in all about 20 * j a*'*** of which were p it rout af the jchoi4 including all the UlcKil eft of the board This step we think is nighG cm ne od able Few realize the amount ®f go qj that is done in th a wav. It cannot fail to encourage and -emulate both teacher and pupil to know that the |»a iron* ol the school, aver which he pre side*, ate with him in cultivating and expanding an intellect, the influence and workings of which will extend and enlighten the mind* within if? influence, for cent uric#, it may be. to come \Y. COffMTY _ as. - Correction —Ii Hildreth informs Ill? **e‘^    C.    i# cf*tr t*f the ex F'Uf Fe|hem of ( hlragb. and « ne of the old I "inner rn.* The gtanary building, near Mr 77    * mmettj? shop, is being fir ted up for a .....72 Kh*st ^ e tcSeve a Mr. Knudsoii. wilt put In a >t*>ck «a, if gro Trout I certes. C. C. Burton, of Yertireft! tntbthty* ti e*peered id Alden thre *cik tv look alter his farttting interests Booth ami Joule*’ BuihHtt^ re pro-gres.-ing fine'y, it will juan* 1^ teach h*r occupancy. The buitdihtf *# one tit the largest hi t!3wr:. Sud has a ttfat and tisij nj pear»nee. MARRIED. DI NN —ECK F.RT—At the ran deuce ».f tfir brid- * father, .March 3<U is;*;, bv Rev. Aloney to LtlUtli Sn unlimited amount of money to tool* on arm occultly ut a low rate of lutereat STACY A TYRER MONEY TO LOAN, Od r«*a1 e-t»te -ecumy. Af j.rored No*rf an i Mortgages bought. Af plv to A. II. ST ll EEI Tore paper re kept c«, til*- in the office af L f. Ilwth. **"ftrt?tl Fa t, th Vg.nt, (’lu-rrfgn AU*I North western i».*ilwny. 4l-> Pl paint ay. New York 1 ;*jr. (tar trieud . who® in New York, ah’ f rdia’ly invited ut call in and read it a1 any time. They will alway* be welcome* very It NAHM H AND WANTED.—A good mart lo do work on farm for 7 or H motitl.a. quirt’ ai this <*ftite. or of A. G. ll ILL, Alden. Minn. J. C- Robinson. Mr. Miss Sarah F<*kert. mini KINNEAR—IntheToWn bf Geneva. March 29. of para)}*!*. David Kintrear. sged 7o years. 8 months, and 24 days. Thr deceaaed waa born in 8chnTllhU county, Pa. Moved to low* in IMI, and to ?Te»Kr>?n County rn IffU. At HW early age of 14, b* n*M« a prof mw ion of relignm, and wa* ever after a frfitfcfttl member of the Met hod int church. Ria ermtploion. who for 41 yearn “hared with him the ops and d >wn. of fife, am* ten children are Irft to rn »urn hi* tues. til)!! for him, wllile h’fflrttdf and faitlill Un» foe and rti"> rtvi#Hirrs preaent at the fu- 1KMi LUST—Five dollars reward will int paid for the return of my shepherd dog, Frank Dunn and described os fallows:    Long black curly hair, rallier large site. answers to th® i name of *• Shep ’ Ha-* been "one ainee the 11lk 1**4.    w.    A. HORNER. l *t*    l’srkerrl    Lake: tis that the report which we published last fall, regarding the thrashing dana Matte Lukins 8ft Lorn Devens.......90 James Larson......TA Wtitle Mortn 7ft Alice Martin ......8ft Addle Martin......74 v-’1?-* 5or,?n'.....I?    were sick, was a mistake, lls turin* Nellie Patrick 81 Reno Prescott 89 I charged full rates !«♦? the work. Milton K Ptekett...95 !--«0----— Teachers Ikstitvtb. —The State Bird Partridge ...7ft Cha* Pratt., 71 i neral. T*.»r    V    -inn* heavily np.m luck* t' Kinmwr;    be    eujoyod fair bt aith n atli ' at*ait the mWdfis of tart IVvcmber, when a shock < Ut psrsb.d*. endangered bu lif,’. Two or three week*, however, of careful minim?, resWorvd him to hi* n*nal health. In fact, for nom*- time [LFT A BOIS ll KH IN I SGG.] THE OLD RELIABLE SI WY-W UARBiXS La Crescent, Minn. FULL COUNT AND GOOD MEASURl ALWAYS GIVEN. a.n urmt .........7*.    I    Teachers’ Institute has been ii session ;    ,    .    ..    , utO 4 run...........it*    j    ^    pHvimMi    to    bin    aeatbf he tpp^urtd in exceMent Emma Roberta.....8ft Ellen Ro harm .. ..go Harvey Ransom -83 Willie Ross GI Stella Sutton ......80 .Mirv Sandberg.1 J*8 Willie Th Hell TO Jatle Tliorson— G8 L Wannomaker ...ft8 .    . A Waftnamaker ...63 1 aft‘* Mr*. Let'; nl Mankato. t    w    isimiMf    xix:    «r®rrti    IU    f XCfllrlll    ..    ^ at this place    M^llday,    ^    I?    h    ao    ^    the    moruingof    hu*dpathf    he    altetlded    I    ftif    in    Ie.    dnriftjf    Summer. attendance of aUut IO., leachers, or    U"    ’"d    "n uk , turf nj" daughter, who was teaehing rfbuftt two pupils seeking qUa!!R(1;tti«lft rts teachers, mile* from home, to hor aehont. Not far from I wo It i8 Unde? Charge of !W. t) C J.Jilt |    fo„u,i    by    bls    wife,    rf fhw • rod* from borne.—lying by the rid .rf the Djrfd, TO I principal of the 8;.ate Normal Sc Kuo J with life extinct, what z shock * I a faithful o«»u- of Mankato, assisted by Mira }‘help> *ort: «*• rtrthw. Oerit uch even ruWed, aud hi* ( blanket wa* carefully wrapped around him --- Julio Wbalon .....90 L Wadsworth......72 Alfred Whitman...88 Mary Woodtu.;*;..8ft Jennie D Wood ...88 Sarah T Walsh ...94 I I* •ow.-lturfv* proof thai be died easily, rfnd O’Lftrert State Superillfendenl I). Burl also a fltrr*lOtl«'. That be died a fair and nafnnt! death, . .    ,    ,    .    .    ,    ,    —that he anat’umbed to a second attack of totr»it*!* C W. LEVENS, Principal. paid the Institute a visit, and lectured on Tuesday ni<;ht. Revel! IU mid ad potter# of fifty dollars, or by imprisonment not exceeding thirty days, or both, in the disere-f tion of the Court, which punishment m::y may aud shall revoke said li-eensc. Passed April 3, A. D. 187ft. W. II. SMITH, Chairman. j be iufiic’rt upon such person or persons , Attest : J ll. I’aikLb, llcik town of Albert t/crf ic* hereby attached to and onn-“olidated with Road Dixtrkd Number Seven th ► town, and the jurisdiction, dutiee, an,  ____    _* the Road Overseer of Road District Number Seven are horebv evtended to the territory included in Road Distract Number Two. The Road Ovarmer of Road Diatriet .Number Seven shall have the general rare, shprrVrei >n, and mahagem£ht, A* Road Over-N»t*r, of all thing* and duties appertaining hereto, fore to the of Bond Overseer ttf tto»d District Number Two, to the mime extent a* if the territory of said Road Ristriet Number Two were included in and wa* a part of Road mid Met Ntitnber Sewn. The poll lists and tat lists of said Road District Number Seven shall be made to embrace all taxea ou persona and property in said Road District Nmn-ber Two. and shall be delivered to the Road Over-sittr of Road District Number Seven, who shall en-j force the collection of the same, according to law. i S*c. 2* The office of R<»ad Overseer of Rrfml Dia#. trh’t Nnmber Two is hereby abolished; but the I names of Maid Road Districts shall not be changed: but shall be called Road Districts Number Two and j Heren. Passed April 3, A. D. 1*7#. tt i. rtMITD, Cltairiuau. I Ai test; J. U, PARKO®, Ck rd. Fresbttkrt—The Presbytery of Southern Minnesota, of which the Albert Lea Church forms • part, meets at Preston this week, and will he visited ( by elders Abbott and Skinner, as dele- j the teacher? of this county, gates from this place Tile report from tit#!!?! is a fixed fact that cannot be qfter *n*ned. f He the-! rty w, tbat a little over half a mile front    be n . cs • . J tl .    •    !    ,Qddeuty died and fell sidewire upon the seat- County SupcrintfnHi'nt Thurston is , bent. -u, ... .™    ................. on hand, early and late, directing Leal j    »    und..ubted»r    r^rect,    a*    there    wen b'^rk* fbrfd? h? bl# Hah ti in the snow. sear hi* house, the *«-af-board came in contact with a littlr large qttetitfty of tiro ria?* Green lion** anti Beild 1 fig Plant*, snit a hie for Flower garden*, very low for cash. Also, we have enlarged nitr hnt-beds and colil frame*, and are rat ting an ibimenCrf quantity of >tt»*ct Potatoes, Early To-iMtoo®,am! all oilier Y< get-ible Plant* from This ' '^,e    !*r?*L »,l*l W'L fill *11 orders aa they are received until the “lock is entirely exhausted. 8cnd fur circular. J. S HARRIS ii SON, 11t 12    Proprietors. "i 4    1 affairs, such a# providing for fuel* lights, cleanliness of quarters, hoard for sapling, and be wa# thrown out. The oxen walked visitor#. Ac., besides Okiitir hia rhnre    I”1’'’    a?'‘" i    niaater    wa*    not    al,»ng,    sUqppe.l.    A    kin i hu*- of the Wark lh Hip Connie tlf ltWtrKCtn'B Hand, In indulgent parent, and aaftomsre Christian The institute prtunises much good to I Ii** g°ue hoTUC ***hm y,>tber 111 tliayeB- Lftdrtl TV lie here, the suhztance ol which was sfrtted '    ‘ ‘ . ..    .    *    '    Ca*tr«q who exhibited hero nbout a to the (.hurch last Sabbsfn, Dmkrs a j good ahowiug—73 new members haVthg been added to the Church daring the yea? ago# gave ft gift etitfitatntucnt at Rochester, Thursday night, sud the gifts, says die Post« ffCfeill cheap sell* year, making the ofgauiftatiutl nhdut victims got ®tU » wtirfatit, and th Sheriu. Marshal sad othffswent to the (%>ok HiHW for him about n.ie o’el«»ck 200 strong. HASHA AND MARGAN—Hor** weighing 1,800 pound*, of great beauty and style, recently imported abd kept frfr ma *>J    t. \\ KELLEY, Shell Ruck, Minn P. S.- Bills fiostH In due time. A colt of iii me st tusk can bt fern at Ii. T Kirkpatrick a, Notit Ii iLjwnrd. .krSIC TESCHER. Hiss Mildred Salsich. PI AITIST, from ll iseonsin. Having located hero, has openen a cia** fbr INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC and invite*an acquaint.-nice with those who tv reb inst t union. A Lo agent for Bourn* at A. DVY STATE GROAN. U. MCMILLEN S fttf 3. T. GARDNER, DEAEKK IN in the morning, while a crowd Waited to see him taken to jail; hat he had gut oat af the kitchen window, and ha* pasture?' lf A Successful Merchant—The succefsfal merchant Is always the one who keeps the beet claw of goods of all J gone in search of greener kinds, aud sells WU Weight good?, and ^ ^ found, and sensible as many of them are aware of (he fact; they keep D B. IK-tand A* Co » Best ; Cl binit a! Caiii atua I. alway* -uil«. I MRM fffillo rti’*p. Near toWn ; fft acres broke, inquire at 12tft    LOVELY    a.    PAP*    K    ER    S    Offitr. laughing at his % id ims. When art* eyes not eyes ? w in J ffiakoh till rn water. people are M'heo the For Sale 2 A Dwelt Yard; heady for making brickt in »outli part uf! town, on rn ott rttrtd to Shell Rt»ck. ll ii be sold ou rcaocuahlr term-*. Apply to UG    t    A    08TH    J>! Flour & Feed, Pi rf! door Fitfl of tbs People’S StorE Albe. I Ll, I I‘J. I bi®

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