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Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard (Newspaper) - December 26, 1889, Albert Lea, Minnesota Entfirprisfi VOL. XXXII.ALBERT LEA. MINN., DECEMBER -'(J, 1889. NO. Airt Lea College, A FOB TOUNG LADIES. BOA RDI NO SCHOOL WITH ALL HIL Comforts «nd Beautiful Surrounding* of Homo Life. None but Firat-Ctm** In-<*tt'Ur1orm Kmployed. Hindi* * *ntbra* <• a Complete College Course. For Catalogue awl other Information addr****, Hpv. It. It AMtoft, ll ll , President, or ll ll Parker, Hee, of Executive Committee. Albert Lea, lf intl 20 Per Ct. Discount. I. Ii I WI HT. A. O. TWIST TWIST BROS., Draymen! Tlris is tine Latest etnci it is Straiglit. ANI) DEALERS IN All Kinds of Wood. We Ii ire the only iwrfeet alodian re fur moving Plaint* atnI Organ*. Order* for Moving Household snit} nther Good* given PROM IT ATTENTION. Wood Sawed to Order! Country aa Hell aa City Trade Solicited. Office at Woldliiiier & ro’a Hardware Store. rn IHT nu uh. C. L. COLEMAN, M «mifn»*tnrer of arid Dealer Ie Lumber! LATH, SHINGLES. Moulding:! The Mild Weather and a Id make Great (Iver-Stock the Slash of India MTS US 20 Percent Discount, To Reduce our Stock for the Spring Purchases sidling great piles of goods, and must get We in our arc work during the next i iii; flax ii mal emu stky. A t or|i«»ratIon Being Tflrmrtl to lim-lahli-h flip Ilii*liii '*--Nnli*rriptlnn* for Ntork t fltnlng In l,l%i-i.Y---(»onri I’rnapccf* tor Wucce-*** if the l arin or* W ill On Their Nlinro, 'I’ln* committee appointed ut the citf-| Zena’ meeting last week, consisting of Or. Wedge, ii. O. Brown, A. (J. Hum-i din, ll, A. Paine ami L, .1.Thomas, re* ported favorably towards establishing a flax fiber manufactory in Alliert Lea, i and on the .strength of that recommendation it was decided to form a joint stork corporation wit', a capital i stock of J?20,fHJf), the company to be or* ; ganigod as soon as 8lH,<jrjo* has bi en subscribed and 25 per cent paid in. I f )nlv .7 t per cent of the amount sub* I scribed is to be called in tin* first sea-j son. Nearly half the amount required ! was subscribed the first day, the principal subscribers and incorporators being •I. II. Merman, >. .1. Johnson, II. Ii. J Brown, A. ('. Wodge, (i. O. Sundby. J. II. Ilalvorscn, >. Tteinsberg, W. I fuel ; and L. I). Mnith. The subscription list is open at ll. II. Brown A Co’s bank, ; and as the business appears likely to turn out very profitable to investors, j subscriptions should be made at once, as the fist will be closed as soon as #10,000 has lie* a subscribed. The manufactory proposed will era-j ploy the first season from fifty to one ; hundred hands betw vein her and from t\v< balance of the year, a #20,000 will b»* paid o tor raw material ai been decided to int sharing system, a Int; to be divided ai w ho remain wit the season. It is expected that tin new industry will become very popular and greatly help to de. clop the city and i surrounding country. farmers’ meeting. The farmers of Freeborn county are i requested to meet at the opera house in Albert Lea, on Monday, I lee. 30th, at J o'clock p. rn., to conter and cooperate j with citizens of Albert Lea in regard to establishing a man ifactory in this *n July and No-ity to thirty the d from #15,HUO to t the first year I labor. It has «iuce the profit-• share of profits long I.lithfiii employes h the company (luring AM) IS IT VHT ALI VS! Tin* Duluth. Nt < loud. II an Lulu ami NoiitlicnMrrii Huiltond l*| llcntion-cd-. A nj •Slim* ci e WflroMf It appears that this road is again receiving attention w itll a likelihood that English capitalists will take hold of it and build it another sea* on. At a meeting of tie* Mankato Board of Trade last week. President Barr made a statement in regard to the status of the Duluth. St. < loud, Mankato A Austin railroad. He said that the land grant, under the act of the legislature, holds good for tile next three years. A year ago last fall preliminary stir-, veys were made and last February the maps and profiles were filed with tin* secretary of state, as required by law, No estimates were made. J. A. Willard stated that lie had received a com-1 munieation from Samuel It. McLain* & Co, of New York, making inquiries in regard to undertaking the construe-: tim of the road. This company stated that F.nglisb capitalists had received very favorable reports in regard to tin* I enterprise. The communication had i been turned over to the president of the railroad company. -..... Beal Estate Tmashers From Dec. Sth to Dec. 20th, 18*9, furnished by ll. lf. Possum, Register of Deeds and Abstractor of I itles; Heme (’lark to William Cotter, ne, *ec SI, oakland......................  * Johan Th Ylvisaker lo Neb Lund, fin, 2 bl V J Wlint >!iall I go! lop a (In such a person i> anion cvcrvlnKiv :>>k >l in tim lint or J iii* to J IPCM '111 • imminent .‘I'M‘It* jllst p mod cl Ka Hell a questions alout Groc er anti c cokery Store of I ■J p. Lu a r Nelson And the problem will -.con lie Storc you cannot tail to be is jam full solved suited. of < bier in our t )ur Stopt* i Christmas Present s, <) m an I en tai as well a the very lowest pric< church purposes. VV useful, suited s. Xmas tic remain. tor all occasions, at on for family and DW IT, Morin's Add ()!**(♦ Kttteison ton Guibrandsoii. and uh, aw, «ee ii, Manchester 7.... Heir# cf Wm Morin lo John Thompson. e lo ft lot in, hi 3, Alden............  .    .. Charles Hotn to Johan Auk Feitersen. ne wl$ se and ie* se, sec 12, .Ms n afield Mary Ko si in to Henrietta A Olson, und1* Interest 111 *4 ne sec 15, Hartland....... Jennie Mayland to Henrietta A Olson,and M interest in »}* n.*, sec iv, Hartland Autoed Peterson to HenrleUa Allison unit 4 lid. rest In *4 ne. sec IN ll inland Franc is M McQulvey to Ira ll Keth, se ii,-and ne -e and ow se |es> a piece iii list cor, see at*. Freehom..... M urn aper et al to I 'hr j, Bunger si- se, s**<* 1«, Pickerel LaKe ................... • Lunes IS Wakefield to ti (iulhr,unison, nw nw see ae, Mansfield............. Andrew Palmer to John Larson, nw se. "ec ."J, Albert I«ea ........... J I' Larson to Isac Larson, Mansfield Iou) And nil knot* la of Bl’I LIU VO MATERIAL at West Ll * I HL! PrU -S, A. J. STADHEIM, Agt. ( vV~< UPee and yard south Of 8. M depot, One Pna-Clap. Ole War to scil—For Cask ONE WAV TO OCT ALONG - HARO WORK |Ni»n g<*>* the old ('radii Cistern' Buy your (food* »hrrr you ran get them Cheapest J. W. STAGE mien you Bargain! la I Or cany over more than is profitable, so we oiler Straight and Square 20 per emit Discount on our Entire Stock of all city fur converting flux straw into .    ............. liber, t winc, Ac. At t .-citizens' mw t-    °uV,,,Tn lugs held at Albert Lea Dec. 10th aud ! 17th it was unanimously decided tliat tin* plan is practical aud of great im-! portalled to the city and surrounding country, as said manufactory would ! pay to farmers several thousand dol-| Jars the first season fur flax straw now i wasted, and employ a large number of I workmen in tile city who would be-i come good consumers for farmers’ j other products. As seen above, a iiuru-! ber of responsible business men have I agreed to form a corporation with a capital stock of $20,Of * to start the enterprise. but as it is necessary to have I Hie opinions of the leading farmers of tile county on tile subject, this meeting J should be largely attended, aud it is I imped that every intelligent, public-j spirited farmer will be present. Com. on Organization. I PAY THE HIGHEST PRICE IN CASH I for Old Iron. Baits, Capper, Rubber, Lead, ii ne. Br***, Rope, fie. All work done Iii Tin, ''heel I mn. Copper. Zinc, and Galvanized Iron Pump* (Hit iii. Stove. Repaired and new casting* (urntidied PTI would like to trade good. or •» k'hhI baggy, or pay cash for a good new milch cow, jr. II. HT A UU, Cor. William and Washington St. And. as ever according to our invariable rule, make it ONE PRICE TO ALL. Our goods are plainly marked, and you can see for yourselves that it is a Genuine 20 Per Ct. Discount. GRIPMAN & BABBITT, -DEALERS IN d ICE and DRAYING. TITE KEEP IN STOCK ALL QUALITIES VV amt grades of Wood and Coal, and will upply city and farmers’ trade at lowest prices. HP^BIaeksuiith’s coal always on hand. Wood lawed to order. GRIPMAN & BABBITT. Vard welt of the Gilbert House. Order Blate at T. V. Knatvold’a, and Owen & Maimer’!. Gillrup & Gilbert, eat Esta J i LOANS. - -AND- Insurance. SO No other Store iii the Country makes so big an offer early iii the Season. No where else can you get such Wonderfully LOW BARGAINS! And you will have to grab them quickly, if you want them before tile Assortment is gone. It will do you good to get And it will accommodate us, for to hold on to in a Minnesota open winter is to drop Good Money. Clothing Abstracts Made, Choice Farms for Sale! IMPROVED AND UNIMPROVED CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE. AND Houses to Rent. ^yK REPRESENT SOME OF _________________ THE    VERY Best English and American Fire and Vye!one Jnmurance Companies. Deeds. Mortgage!, &c. carefully drawn. Collection* a Specialty. Office on Eastside of Broadway, First Door North of Court House. OUR STOCK IS IMMENSE, And of the very best. We warrant represented or money refunded. Step and sec for yourselves. everything to be right in as 1P J MOREY IO, STEHN, Prop, Our dubbin*; List. We have* been able to secure lower clubbing rates tilts year than ever, and herewith give a few of our choicest offers. We have clubbing arrangements also with the St. Piiul and Minneapolis papers, and in fact can give you low rates on any newspaper or magazine of any language in the Fritted Mat*** or Canada. These terms, however, are only given to advance-paying subscr it »ei : lh aulae IV Uh I’11>« . Standard. Harper'* Magazine .......... I.OO    4 50 HariH*r's Weekly ..........4.On    I to Harper's Bazar ............. l oo    4.To Harifer'* You nu People  2.OO    3 OO Arthur's Magazine ...... 1.50    2.75 Peterson’* Magazine ......... 2.00    3.00 Baby In tod..................... 1.50    2 OO Frank Leslie'* Mags. ne  :>.oo    3.Bo iJppinrott’H Magazine......... 3.un    J O Ko rf boer'.* Magazine.......... 3.un    3 no Cosmopolitan Magaz ne  2 to    2 To l»<Mtior*‘'i...................... 2 OO    3.10 Texas Siftings................ coo    5<> New York World............ Loo    2 >o New York Sun................ I oo    2 30 Inter Ocean.................... I nu    2.25 Scientific American..  a.oo    2 'o Northwestern Agrb'u irist l .no    I 75 Farm, Stock & Ifoine...........v)    i 75 1.50    2.80 Tile North..................... 2.00    2.50 Aincrika...................... 2.00    •’>. I > Nordveston.................. 1 "ai    _* 7'. Budstiklteil ............2.00    3 on I F'a*« Ireland et og Eimzranten., 2 it)    2.70 I Skaiulumven................ 2.00    3 OO ' Norden...................... •_*.gi    a.00 I Germania..................... 2 50    2.90 Staats Zeitting, Chicago  2.00    8.00 Card of Thanks. We take this method of expressing our most sincere thanks to all our many patrons for their very liberal patronage daring 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 and 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 happiness through life during the new year that is just dawning. We shall strive to earn and merit your trade. Yours Truly, A. IL SQUIER. Last Warning! All those indebted to me either by note or hook account, running either to me or Reinsberg «fc Wohlhuter Bros. or lteinsberg & Amberson, are hereby requested to call aud settle same at once. Costs will bt* made on everything not paid in IO days. I mean business.    Yours Truly, 50tJ    S.    Keixkiijskg. —• »— ,\ ut ice. To whom it may concern: All who are indebted to the undersigned are requested to call and settle their accounts either by note or cash before Jan. 1st. After that date all unsettled accounts will In* in the hands of a collector, and extra cost will be collected. A. F. Ham. Alden, Minn., Dec. IO, 1880. -• * •- Turkeys, Chickens, Ducks mid Geese, Wanted at the creamery, for which the highest, cash price will be paid. •JOU'    Wm. If AZELTON, Albei t Lea, Minn, .. ^ ill clit Wins. We ilfsin* to say to our citizens, that for years we have been seltlug Dr. Kiiip's New Discovery for Consumption, Dr. King s New Life Fills, Bucklert’s Arnica Salve anil Electric Hitters, ami have never handled remedies that sell as well, or thai have given such universal satisfaction We do net hesitate to guarantee them every time, and we stand ready to refund the purchase price, if satisfactory results donut ollow their use. These remedies have won heir great popularity purely on their merits. PAUK Kit A Briggs Druggists. \\ l/i ne . see o, mmii ii tex................. Leroy <) Greene et al to Albert Flan. lot 5. Id 4. Fake Add  .................... Ari 1 r Contes to Leroy O Green*-, lot 5 pi 37, city.................... I’d ward Dexter bv atty to Ativu*t Peterson, ne nw, sec 13 aiel w)4 efij aud ne im sw and *>V$ *e se *w an 1 5 ac nw se all In sec pi, Richland ................... Tho* H Armstrong to Lars Matson, lot ('. bl I, Riverside Add....................... M II Trusdell to Gen Wiley, lot ut, johnson iv Fenton'* Add..................... E Dexter bv atry t*. G Gulbraiidson, *w‘ nw, see .so. Hay war!   ............. Albert ll Mann to M A i ltnyer, s'piw ami n4 nw *w less 21 a, sec to. Farision. Fairview Cemetery A**'n t<> W H Lightly. lots 247 and 2ls, Fairview Cemetery ..... I'tn Ira Denel et al to Erne ii ne Rice, eJa sw sec 13. Freeborn.................... Francis M McQnivtey *-t a1 to Ira ii Seth, sw tie, sec 2d, Freeborn ....... M A Thayer to Ethan KClark, w] , nw and b1 j nw sw lea* 21 a. sec39, CarlstJin... . MarvJMunn to Ethan A Clark, w'.nw n'v iiw sw. sec lo, C irlston.......... John Ruble to P II Greene, se, sec 2o Carl* stun................................ I) R P limb* to Elmer C Webster, part of lot* 1 and 2, bl 7. city.................... M Keebaugh to John Donahue, lot t. bl 4, Twin Lakes ........................... Minn Central Ry Co to I^roy 6 Greeae. ne sw. sec I, Hayward................... Minn Central Ry Co to Augusta Grube. sw sw. sec 7. London ........................ Minn Central Rv Co to ASDle Skala, w U| se. sec 33, Oakland....................... Minn Central Ry Co to Garrett Barry, sw. sec 7, Newry................ Horace clark to Joseph Billedeaux, se, sec 2, London..................... INO ICO IOU) ^ ours Respect i ii I I v. JOHNSON, NELSON & NELSON. Every Year About This rime J WE START OUR. 1500 IU) 200 120 282 480 1434 sQo Of Felt Boots, German Socks, Arctics, Rubbers, Boots, Shoes and Slippers! We have done a good business this year, and shall now give our customers a benefit in the Low I’rices that will make till competitors very weary. We shall not stand for profit but clean out everything regardless of profit. We mean business. WEUM aV I5Klt<^ 314 Broadway, Albert Lea, Minn. Order of the Kn*tern Star. The following officers of the order of Eastern Star wore installed Tuesday evening, December 7tli: Mr*. W A. 11 Ii: gins - Worthy Matron. F. B. Fobes—Worthy Patron. Mr*. JI a. Palmer—Worthy A bodah- Matron. Mrs. W. J. la\h»r Treasurer. Mr>. VV. E. Todd—Secretary. M rs. A>a j ii l«-r -Conductress. Mr*. Aug. Geissler—Associate Cond jctfess. Mrs, j xel nrundln—Adati. Mrs. F. B. Fob*** Ruth. Mr*. Geo. Rut an—Esther. Mrs. W. c. Wiscon Martha. Mrs, Win. Lowe - Elector. Miss .Mamie Elliott Warden. Wm. Lowe—Centinel, Letter List. List Of letters remaining uncalled jor In the post Ollie* at Albert Ia*a, Freeborn County Minnesota, for the week ending Dec. 21, I<s>9: OEJfTLEMR.V’g UST. Elmer J Dyer,    ll Matin. Alfred J Horine*.    -lack Newton, ILI Hansen,    John J Ness—2 N J Judd,    Fred Robinson. C W Liege, LADIES’ UST. Karen Marie Andersen I Mrs.C. D.Taylor, Miss Barbro Pedersen I Parties calling for any of tin* above letters will please say ’^advertised,” giving date of list. To obtain advertised letters will cost 1 cent. ii. <). Haukxbss, P. M. Notice—ll orseslioeing. Haying taken the shop formerly occupied bv (’. Gustavson, opposite the National House, Cl ark street, I am prepared to do horseshoeing and blacksmithing in all its branches. Special attention paid to fractious or lame horses, All I ask is a fair trial. Satisfaction guaranteed. M. Donahue. Lo war Hates of Interest. The old rate of interest must go. I have money to let on farm security on long time at lower rates than heretofore given in Freeborn county. No commission, no charges for abstract or making of papers. 50tf    August Peterson. .* » Hath Insurance Company. The Farmers’Mutual Insurance Co. of Hath, Minn., will hold its annual meeting iii the Raptist chapel in the town of Hath, on Tuesday January 7th. 1890, at ll a. in. So HEN JACOBSON, Secretary. -* # •- For One Bushel New Wheat \\ e give 40 pounds straight flour, warranted, ten pounds of bran and three pounds of shorts. A. Lea Mill and Elevator Co. - • •.. — A Sale Investment. Is one willed Is guaranteed to bring you satisfactory results, or in ease of failure a return of purchase price. On this safe plan you can boy from our advertised druggist a bottle of Dr. King’s New Discovery for Consumption, lf J* guaranteed to bring relief in every case, when used for any alleetloa of Throat, Lung! (MTChest, such as Consumption, Inflammation of Lungs, B roue I litis, Asthma, Whooping Cough,Croup,etc.. etc. I! is pleasant and agreeable to taste, perfectly safe, and can always bt* depended upon. Trial bottles free at Parker & Briggs* Drugstore. ..».. Huck b n’s Arnica Sal ve. 'J lie best salve in the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and all skin eruptions, and positively cures piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satis-faction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents. For sale by Parker a Briggs. JOHNSON & PETERSON, UNDERTAKING! A FINE LINK OF- Parlor and Chamber Sets, HATTAN aud HEED CI I AIRN, Extra Fine, New Styles, Ladies’ Writing Desks, Embalming given prompt attention. Night calls answered up stairs over Walter Thompson’s boot and shoe store. JOHNSON A PETERSON. FAIR BANK’S Santa Claus Soap, Tlje Leading Li,ui)d|7 Soap of tye world. N.K.FAIRBANK & CO. CHICAGO ;