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Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard (Newspaper) - February 19, 1880, Albert Lea, Minnesota Established in 1857. Albert Lea Minn in Ita. Thursday. Febre Ary 19, 1880. Number business directory. Attorn . It ii. Parker to attorney at Lair office Comer of Broadway and College streets near the court House Albert Lea Minn. _ Allery bros., proprietors of City Dray line and dealers in hard and soft Coal Wood , j the capital City i sins am sorrows a,Chinik Dame Europa s school a ave rag i it ayes rvs of rumours a sit isl i dusts. Ii t so. Us Asi it floods Ohio Valley. Is Adf it mice at j. W. Smiths store. D. Brown. D. It. Hiles. Jieman Blackmer lawyer. Land for Sale. Albert Lea Minnesota. O. Moxness attorney at Law cd. Clark amp Broadway Albert Lea mint h. It. Brown amp co., Bakk of Albert Lea 1 the House. Vash Koton feb. 13.�?on motion of or. Forney the Senate amendments to the my a tar Academy appropriation by were nou concurred in. Or. Wells from the committee on appropriations reported Back a Bill making an additional appropriation of it 133,000 for the support of certain Indian tribes or the present fiscal year. It parsed. Or. Free from the committee on an inter murder Crit convicted a dentil s Ullh Nusu u Tilro Ari Bridge washed oat and part of a train jumps into Hosp Pem eur Teton in main defaulters and knit sealers fatally burned the dead of the Day a disgrace to hive men. Southeastern Rashed away this morning and the engine and several cars were thrown into the Stream the Engineer and Lireman being killed instantly. The passenger coaches is. Caped Aud no other injuries were sustained trains were delayed and will not be resumed before to Morrow night. A Mother after her Childres. I Buffalo feb. 13.�?mrs. Henry c. Benson of Louisville ky., arrived Here yester for the running meeting will be announce few Days. Big purses and stakes Hung up and the Prospect for a in meeting is very promising. Irish Relief. Cincinnati feb. 13 it Las rained almost incessantly since 5 o clock yesterday evening part of the time quite heavily. I he Ohio River is rising rapidly along the whole does a Genera oceanic canal reported a Resolution calling i length from Pittsburg to Cairo i he Snow on the Secretary of the Navy for All inform i melted by warm rain ii Obert m. Palmer lawyer. Office Over Lle Deuita s store Albert Lea mini to j. S i of a to attorney at Law and collecting agent. Ou.,-on Clark St Albert Lea. Mina Piker amp Why Rock t attorneys at Law opera Block two Doc cd Belt Leo Minn. I. A Lovely Oyerly amp Morgan d f. Morgan. V lawyers. Lion correspondence touching an inter j National canal now in the Possession of his department not heretofore published. Adopted. Committee reports of a private nature were then called. Or. Johnston from the committee on military affairs reported a Bill removing the disabilities of sergeant p. I. Powell and authorizing hi9 appointment Asau officer of property Ilid finns the ignited stat Al army. Or. Price offered a Resolution calling on the Secretary of War for information As to whether any Railroad company other than the Chicago Rock Island a Racine railway company has made application tor the reply to use the government Bridge Over toe Mississippi River at Rock Island Etc. Adopted. The Bill for the Relief of fit. John Porter be fog the regular order or. Brigit raised the question of consideration against the Bill and the House refused ayes 41, noes not counted to consider the Bdl. I a House then went into committee of the whole on the private Calendar. The Bill coming Over from last Friday for Relief of certain citizens of Lynchburg y a., and refunding to them taxes improperly col anians business. O we have for Sale improved City property Aud a ruts i h. Mcmillen hts removed the old Leal Lam is North of in 3d Brj Wii amp co 3 office Oyer wedge amp Spicers drug pc Albert Lea Minn. Physicians. A. Nelson m. I physician and surgeon. Hartland Minn. Ila Trenkler it Vii increased facilities for doing business he proposes to give better satisfaction than Ever before. Cash paid for hides tallow Ste. Albert Lea ins., collection and real estate Agency. Feted from them on in was passed yeas in nays the session to Morrow will Only. I. Adjourned. Be for debate at t a head Waters of the Ohio will cause an unusual Rise there and High water May be expected in a very Short Lime. The rain fall Here from the time of beginning yester Tat till 10 20 tonight is reported by the service observer to be id inches. I Holt a Man a Tai special from Stanford ky., says a violent wind and Thunder storm parsed Over the Eastern part of Lincoln county late last night blowing Down Gay Nett s undertaker shop and one of tie buildings at crab Orchard Springs and a roofing the main building at the Springs. Tornado at Sahi Ille. Nash Villi. Tenn., fab. 13.�?a Cyclone accompanied by lightning Thunder and heavy rain passed Over the City at a o lock last night. The wind was at the rate of forty Miles per hour. In e Spires of the first Baptist. St. Johnb coloured and St. Paul a coloured churches a re blown Down. As were also the inside Orick Walls of the new custom House. Abe roof of Rhea a i sons elevator containing 20.000 bushels of i Grain wan swept off lha third Story of the Edgefield manufacturing company wan blown away. The roofs of a Large number re blown of. And cannot possibly be Spain bashful about taking motor coir smell wont deny that Persia May have Herat a officer elect of the it etch at age i Las lab heavy Durden of taxes american old in the British parliament. The prussian budget. Berlin feb. 13.�? in the lower boast of Day and through attorneys obtained a writ of fhe prussian diet to Day the remainder o Hareas Corpus and served it on Henry l. Benson to produce their two children which he abducted from Louisville recently. A hearing in the care will be had next tuesday the children in the meantime let eing Given in charge of the Mother by direction of the court. Through a Bridge. Cincinnati feb. 13.�?a time special says the train on the Dayton a southwestern Railroad which Eft Chillicothe at 6 to thin morning fell through the first Bridge West of Chillicothe instantly killing win. Connors the Engineer and Frank Kneel the fireman. No one else injured. An embezzler convicted. New Orleans feb. 13.�?the jury brought in a verdict of guilty in the Case of Edward it it a c. Palmer charged with having As president by at manufacturing Mills which were dearly for Lea Guing with the Irish i june. In a will be sees annl 11.650 Marks. The budget Bills passed their second Reading. Prussia s Mancu Latorya contribution to the Empire is set Down in the budget at 43,641,-753 Marks. The Revenue and expenditure for the financial year of 1880�?T8t Are each estimated at 798,905.580 Marks the Ordinary expenditure at 760,223,130 Marks and the extraordinary outlay at As ally Fob our i Bot London feb. I Mons to Day or. Wheelhouse conservative i moved the appointment of a select committee to consider the commercial relations Between England and foreign nations especially with reference to the importation of manufactured goods from abroad and the the seed potatoes Bill progressing favourably a Liberal american contributions Parnell at Baltimore the heralds distributing committee and its attack on parcel la Dublin workingmen on the % Erge of starvation. London feb. 13.�?the times says the objection of the Irish members that a charge upon the Church fund would really be in Aid of poor rates and would thus violate the express provisions of the act of 1869, is inconsistent with the claim made on the in in the House of com Perial exchequer. The measures of government Are intended Only to take effect when the poor Law system proves wholly inadequate whether it i3 at the West of the Church fund or the state. Berlin feb. 13.�?the North German t. A in an article on politics expresses the opinion that in the next general effect of free Trade. He said America had beaten England in Cotton cloths and that election in great Britain the liberals will pay of the Louisiana savings Bank and say Deposit company embezzled the funds. Fatally burned. Chi via. Feb. 13.�?l�ast night a fire in the re-1dence of Edward costello terribly burned his wife Bridget who with Ber husband. Bad been engaged in Drunken Orgie. She died this morning at the county he chinse ostracism. Berlin count von Ami a ital tobacco of private residences w the damage to this hot general capital Newn. D homeopathic physician amp surgeon Albert Lea Minn. Office next door East of the National Houe on Clark St. W. Jul Smitham. I. B a a Mccord m. I Mith amp Mccord physicians and surgeons All Calls attended to by night or Day. In or country. Office it Smith Ltd Moru s drug Blore one door North of the Post office Albert Lea Minn. A Dodge m. D. Physician and surgeon. Late on commission. And adjoining coun taxes Naid for Nort steam Europe on St it Val in Exchange bought european cities. I i buy and sell real is collections made in this tics at reasonable rates residents. Abstracts fun ship tickets to and from Host Cias lines. Foreland sold on All principal represent the following re time try insurance companies Continental of new y re. American of Philadelphia. Milwaukee u to 11 an is of Mil Waul is. German Freeport ii correspondence solicited. Ii o. Maleness agent. The exodus inquiry. Washington Fob. By. Lha session of the Senate exodus to a it was of Fig but nearly All the evidence adduced Van cumulative both As regards the statement of facts connected with Tho condition of the emigrants in Indiana to North Caro Lins and Prev and the individual Opidi to the responsibility estimated. Nashville tenn., f pal losses sustained night were Edgefield a Turin company a a cond i meat City Market St door we of la. N. Parks store we the old and Street. Albert left Minn. Dentists. Or. A. Ii. Street. Dentist. Office Over Brick store South of the Post office w. C. Merrill favorite stand. Ice door North of palmers Blore where b a full and Complete Stock of All kinds of meat which will be sold a cheap a3 the cheapest. The patronage of the Public is respectfully solicited every class of meat. Fish Anil poultry ,.&Quot Etil p in in j it leaving there. Of witnesses As of Republican politicians in Indiana Aud elsewhere for the inauguration and continuance of the exodus. National Eail read regulations. I he inter state Commerce committee today adopted representative Henderson s Bill As a substitute for or. Reagan s Bill. Headers my a Bdl was amended in several particulars Bete re it was accepted As a substitute. It provides for a Board of commissioners with Powers and duties similar to those proposed by the Mccord Bill and the a Charles Francis Adams plan. Ten of the amendments extend the jurisdiction of the commissioners of. R the transportation of All property by Railroad from one state or territory into or through one or More other states or territories or to Ltd from any foreign country. Whether such property in carried by one Railroad or by several railroads running in connection with each other Aud when Bach Commerce be earned on roads lying wholly within one state or More. Another amendment. Adopted on motion of or. Bliss re quires the commission to inquire into that method of Railroad management known �?opooling and state the result of the., in quirk in their fir annual report and whether in their judgment any and if so what legislation is expedient in relation ii. 13.�? the Ponci a the storm of last Nashville Man fac custom Bouse a a a first adored Baptist Church is. Uhn it St. Paul a f a. I be entire loss is estimated at �75,Dom. Wind and i Loo de in . I a it a is Ville feb. 13.�? at 5 30 p. M. To Dav the wind averaged a velocity of forty to Miles per hour flow Ift from the Southwest. Within the rust six hours the temperature fell 21 degrees Reading at 3 p. As. 56 and at u 34. Iota rainfall fur the Day neb for forty Esh hours. A no damage is report at Frankfort. Ky., the rate of a foot an hour. I be Low r and of that cite s flooded Ami u fore morning the water will be in the state House Yard. Rige was never known to to so sudden loss of logs Etc., in the River great. Reports to the Hurter the Interior a to the the a and lot a a workingmen a out Agata info ideation that the. . i Lau. Of the Era it Alifornia can Litu ton will he contented in the Coon. San Francisco feb. 13.�?the working i i men met again to Day and visited the offices of son a of the Miner manufacturing corporations Aud were promised replica to Morrow. President Stanford of the Central Pacific Day addressed a letter to the committee g in substance that seven chinamen in the company in once working Here were now Only to be Dublin feb. 13.�?the mansion House found in America. After a Short debate the committee has letters giving particulars of motion was rejected. Increasing distress in Ireland. Officers of the Rei Chi a. London feb. 13.�?in the boost of cob0 feb. 13.�?in the Eric Stag to Day Mons to night the first thirteen clauses of share was elected tto seed potatoes Ireland bul were passed r. Aud the House adjourned. President of the chamber receiving 154 out Baltimore bsh. 13.�?mr. Parnell adat 244 votes. Herr von Bennigsen received Jred an immense audience Aith aes ferny 89 votes. Herr Frankenstein of the Centre of music to night. The mayor presided was elected first vice president by 164 votes and Armonk those on the stage were Ltd of. La Blank ballots having been cast in Addi Hamilton and the clergymen of the Metho Tion and Herr Heider. National Liberal was a pig Copal and Catholic churches. To state Only of i. D Wurth mentioning s Rifer is run aug at the i i i the will be very Ovri a Jonir Uii from effect that consider Able damage has been d be Bridges Etc. A defaulter h confession. Lawrence. Mass., feb. 13.�?andrew Smith of North Andover town treasurer Hsy acknowledged that yearly since first elected in i cd he had converted Money of the town to his own use. I he amount of Deal cation is the so Euewl irregular town note was >400 and the largest fraud commission House. Iladell Hia feb. 13.�?several months ago Alexander Handy Ost Ablahed a commission House in new York and a Branch Hon a Here Nuder the name of w. R. M maa. Forty to fifty thou Sam dollars Worth of goods to Ithone there were the employ the City that the come it any was retaining on duty Many White men whose sen sew were not really required eau they did not wish to discharge old employees that the company w quid respect the Law is coils trued by the courts and in the management of its Bosi would a Verne under Law entirely by consideration of policy. An answer the president of the who Blu Tiv said that he considered the Law unconstitutional and would not of Grey it until the i me d states bade him submit. I he Assembly to Day passed a Bill to enforce the clause of the at Issue he a vote of seventy three to two and the governor promptly signed it. A dispatch announcing the governor s action was read at the Sand lots during the meeting and a with prolonged cheers for the Bill and for the governor. Lha workingmen will again Parade to Morrow. Many Mem i hers of the legislature voted for the Bill elected second vice president by 149 votes 82 Blanks. Herr Heider has not yet arrived in Berlin and it is not known whether has accepted the office. A Vin and Iii x o. Madrid feb. 13.�?in the chamber of deputies to Day Premier Conovas Del Castillo replying to an interpellation stated that the government would not receive a petition brought by Kabyle chiefs from several thousand Moor asking to be placed under the allegiance of Spain. He added that it had been arranged that representatives of the Powers should hoi a Confer n hat it deems the Wisest was Abo received from Selby melting works enc on the affaire of Moi probably take p amp of in a High fit Benefice Al to Spain. 5 n land and London feb. 13.�?in to Day Earl Granville a beacons find by Bis meant that no decision regarding Hera. Len would Only Lead we went beyond the her majesty in Inch my a it raid be it i Tesla. The House of lords ted whether lord rec Ai of fitments lad then arrived at. Beaconsfield said to misconception if Abs i Persia i Herat. Statement that government had t released or engagement not to occupy Leli Klin in feb. A he. A a Berlin dispatch says Herr Lasker Leader of the National Liberal. Prop is visiting toe United flutes where he will make a pro. Jned toy. A dispatch from Berlin says a it is re Mere in for the purpose of bringing about ported on fair authority Here that a special some settlement of the matter As it will doubtless come before the courts at an Early Day. Gex. Fort Kil Alliance is about to be concluded Between England Germany and Austria Philadelphia feb. 13. The Pommel Cial Exchange is moving to Semi a ship Oad of Grain and hour to the starving people in Ireland. Durlin 4 feb. 13.�?the unemployed labourers of this City held another demonstration to Day. In their speeches they declared they were on the Brink of starvation. Iee a a Herald and i Arnell. New Yore feb. 14.�?the Herald names As a committee to distribute its Irish Relief fund col. King Harmon m. P., or. Show m. P., prof. Baldwin Cardinal Mccloskey and or. Pamell the Cardinal at first declined to serve but has since reconsidered his declination and now consents to Render the requested service. Or. Parnell Abo de coined when his set a Cha were first asked but the ii raid Hopes he will reconsider his Jec Ion. And repeats its request that he will act Asne of the committee notwithstanding his strange course toward the paper. Tho editorial upon the subject in this morning s Herald concludes As follows a we offer or. Parnell such a committee As he thinks desirable naming himself As a member of it. If he again declines the verdict of the american Public it will be that or. Parnell s object is not tar of his tarring countrymen but selfish agitation for his own political and personal aggrandizement and that he is not Only an obstructionist in his own country but an obstructionist to Charity Here. If he deliberately puts himself in this position the american people will think it about time that he and to farce were ended. Quot we suppose All sensible irishmen will endorse this conclusion. Gun eral foreign. Gen. Grant. By the Bill d scrim nations and were purchased in new work on turn a flip rebate a Ere Quot forbidden. Or. Henderson s pea Bere Aud sold by Wyman for Cash dentist. Office Over wedge amp Spicer a drug store. A. Bill was adopted by the following vote ayes notes Are due and Handy messes. Bliss rots Mclain duster disappeared. O Neill wait Henderson. Townsend of Ohio and Russell. Nays messes. Regan Kenna Thomas Turner of Kentucky a triv Acklin Beal and a Lardy. The oui \ ordered to be reported to the House in in its season. A 6. Brundin proprietor Cash paid for elides tallow pc. The la i it ate on it i in to Mceuin on Mon 4my-the present state the mutter. Washington special. Notice wa9 Iven in the Senate to Day that the Eitz John Porter Case will be called up for discussion next Munday. In regard to this matter three separate reports have been made and though they ostensibly represent wry Between an Indian passenger train i be tace views and sentiments of All nine Mem and Wyman Hae 0f Senate military committee it is London feb. 13.�?caltburst. Member of parliament from Cork county a Home , j was refused admission to in the Reform dub. London feb. 13.�?it is definitely deter 1 mined to erect a Monument to Prince Louis Napoleon in Westminster abet. Alexandria feb 13.�? a collision at Tan Tab. On the egyptian government rail Money am stocks. Ai Oney to loan realer in All kinds of on real estate Security. Approved notes and i mortgages bought. Apply to a. H. Street. Office Over Brick store South of Post office j m Oney to loan. A. Al Tyrer has a Large amount of Money to Oan at a Low rate of interest. Opera House Block Albert Lea. Lumber shiny f is loth Sash doors and pall to in j gift fur Tai. Was with the request that a Eairy Day be assigned for its consideration la ast action it the Bill appropriate.4 it a it for carrying into effect its provisions from the Date of a enactment to june 30, i Quot i. And provide t that no pending litigation Between Railroad i companies shall in any Way be affected by the provisions of Tim act. At a meeting of the Cabinet to Day there was a general discussion regarding the character of the 3j 3 per ant. Refunding Bill i agreed on by the ways and Means committee yesterday. The Only Felt i was As to whether the Bonds would sell at i Par. Some members however thought the both found guilty. Newark n. A. Feb 13.�?the jury in the Case of Margaret Mei Schoffer and Frank Gammons charged with the murder of John Meir shofar husband of Margaret in to St Orange it kit 9th, rendered a verdict of guilty of murder in the first degree against both defendants. A Maine persecution. Augusta me., feb 13.�?John Benson or. Fusion Deputy Secretary of state and a member of Smith s staff was arraigned before judge Itoe yesterday charged with larceny of manuscript tabulation of legislative returns from e. C. M a Ody january 22. Is of. The complaint also contained a count for inciting unknown persons to commit said crime. Several witnesses testified for Tho government when counsel by miscellaneous. Hopkins credit of the country was so Well established for defendant claimed no proof had been As to insure ready Sale of 3uj per cent Bonds presented As to guilt and asked the Dell was a Reed to do the Best that could be architect and builder. Albert Lea Minn. Shop on the Coiner of William and Newton streets. Ulfo Job work properly attended to. Lomg Yard on 11 Roadway. North of hairs livery stable done with the measure in event of its Pas Sage by Congress. Bright eyes and standing beak. At the Senate investigation to Dav into the removal of the cheyennes and Ponca the attention of a Bright Lyes was Calli d to Pendant s discharge stating he should offer no evidence in deft Usa. The judge however ordered the defendant to i a bail in �500 to appear it the april term of the Superior court. A Steamboat clerk a defaulter. Louiseille.iky., feb. 13.�?this afternoon stau tally unanimous ascertained they Only thoroughly represent the views and opinions of the individual who made them namely senators Randolph Logan and a Burnside. As to the latter s report made yesterday. There is considerable criticism. He has the reputation of timing a very conservative Man but it has been left to him to insinuate that ten. Porter waited until the democratic party got a Clear majority in it engr a a before making an Effort for vindication. Gen. Burnside claims that a a second court martial would give a reliable opinion that would command the respect of military men allover the world and give Gen. Porter the Justice which is due to him. Any vindication Short of that would do him Arad his de Sci Darata no Good. Consider for instance i the action of Congress upon this Bill if it should be against Hun. La other words if this Bill should fail to pass. Then he will have bad no vindication in fact it will Aad to Bis condemnation of it should i it ass in a modified form. Then it could be said that he did not deserve the full measure of his sentence but yet deserved condemnation of some kind. If it should from Suez and a goods train Killeri one Engineer. Many passengers were injured and great damage was done to rolling Stock. Paris feb. 13.�?the chamber of deputies voted 10,000 francs to defray the expenses of the funeral of senator Cremieux. Consta Tinoi of feb. 13.�?franc� has asked England to tiring Forward a new proposal for the settlement of the greek Frontier question by a special commission. Berlin feb. 13.�?prussia proposes prohibiting foreign vessels from engaging n the coasting Trade except under treaty or by to it Aerial Perm is on. Berlin feb. 13.�? i he Bill for the prolongation of the anti socialist Law extends it munitions to the 31st of March i Quot a fatal by Mso Iid a woman at Jordan to her lamp Koplo Ion. In Friday evening february 6, mrs. John Becking of Jordan was fatally burned and died from her injuries the next morning. The Jordan Scott co Only ado Catt gives the following account of the mid Accident Early in the evening mrs. Beck us retired to bed with her children leaving a lamp barn bite safely for vie Vivo. After experiencing a hallway Accident in a Aba. Havana feb. 13.�?Gen. Grant and party sailed this afternoon for Vera Cruz by the Steamer City of Alexandria. The same authorities who received l Ien. Grant on his arrival Here accompanied him to the Steamer. The party spent one Day on the Plantation of los Canos and left there last night starting from la i Nion station at to o clock on a special Tram. Half a hour later the engine struck a cow and the train went off the track luckily without serious consequences. The fireman was wounded. The train was running on an embankment ten feet High at the time of the Accident. The passengers had to wait till 3 o clock for another train and arrived in Havana at 6 o clock in the of oru ujust come a a oltion Lief Ween the i Nion fac Ilic and pad fir mail. Chicago. Feb. 13.�?general passenger agents of the principal Western roads entering Bere met with representatives of the Pittsburg amp. It. Wayne and Wabash roads to adjust rates. They did t arrive at any satisfactory conclusion but incidentally the following correspondence transpired Omaha feb. Blk or. Goodman of the Centra Pacific Railroad telegraphs me that san Francisco is full of new York passengers awaiting the departure of the next steamship which sails feb. 20. The Pacific mail steamship company offering a pass As it has been reported by the majority ing near by for her husband. J Howa. Awa of this committee and fail to pass by a sub from borne. She soon. As Kep. And was vote it will be said suddenly awakened the find her Clothen. And Gen. Porter has been trying i paps to Portiin by a a a a became current _ la. My Ore cd. Ism Case. And in or Boulo f. Nelson dealer in ready made and custom made boots Ami shoes. Work done to order satisfaction guaranteed Broadway isl door North of Elliman a. Give him a Call before purchasing elsewhere. Branch Yards e. A. Wicks at j. Housen at. Of nearly All the Ponca families requesting of i the president to remove the tribe to anew res men in Vale was a defaulter to a or Zattera in the Indian territory. am0unt. A re Porter found the Steamer at exclaimed a dozen times be never signed Auy such a ten deut at this end of the line what truth the Louisville an i it mein Natl Steamer period and under the present ,._. Pet it and now he gets a Bill passed with Why Whit. Eagle Bas told we the wharf and Cut. Carter fat Urabec re a a Mien Dation of the pres per. Why that is monstrous Bear was then shown the papa 1 Peculiar circumstances has he been Able to of he gets a Bill passed with recommendation of the presi ample majority of Congress the bed on which she Lay on fire. She sprang out of bed and hurriedly attempted to remove her children fearing the House would Burn forgetting in her maternal solicitude the tire fiend that was enveloping her own body in its shroud and crisping the ffe5h to the very Bone. One child. A Brave Little boy vainly attempted to thru a rate of >75 Cabin and f35 Steerage Ai d paving �5 cd Ramis Siou per no feet to h the. Etc. Shall i say to Goodman that the Central Pacific May make such rates As a Ivl get in Pessary to hold the business and that you will share the reduction on the basis of the present through proportion. T. L. Kimball general passenger agent Union Pacific Railroad. After full discussion the roads lading West from Here sent the following a a the Lints East of Kansas pity and Omaha will accept a pro rata per mile upon any rate which the Central Pacific makes to meet a la. Squier the old City Dray line handling it Are unsurpassed and Ray assortment always Complete. I am always Heady to give a. Sergeant. All deals in hard Aud soft Coal Wood of kinds and Blacksmith Coal. Yard near s. M. Depot. Wood sawed and delivered. Slate at Hewitt a. Farmers Trade solicited. T he City Baak buys and Sells foreign and Domestic drafts Sells passage tickets to and from All Points of Europe. Is i re insurance effected Iii the Host companies. Fir Money to loan on improved farms at Low intercut and has for Sale on easy terms House and lot in Block 23, Village of Albert Lea. House and lot in Parker s addition. Lot6\�?~�?T4 rods in Halls addition. 134 acres of land in Hayward Freeborn county. 80 acres of land in Moscow Freeborn county. 80 acres of land in Dunbar Faribault county. 220 acres of land in Worth county. Iowa. G. Gulbrandson Albert Lea. Over smiled incredulously and made several i Clond for 80ffie time but there is no doubt 1 i. It so Onkle not annulled by form burning Bis hands badly in the Effort York provided the tickets Are limited to one conere8g�?� it is said that Porter does not neighbors saw the Light of the fire and Day beyond the actual schedule time and to want a second trial and As suggested by a hastening to the scene soon succeeded in sex be som at Tariff rates with a drawback on meal it or of Congress to Day if a i linguist eng it. But they were too late to new or a to the amount of the reduction. I Trini Leealla elven it save the poor Mother whom they found a of fief Retsuk in toners beg shot a but a terribly burned from head to foot her the. rout. S d this member a even if a second court hands so badly crisped that the fingers were , rom Louisville and martial he Only be allowed. Porter could snap carried inward a it the it i tie tire Nashville to new sort and Pool 1 a a at. _ Northern shattered condition that indicated that i had been blown to pieces. Or. Balter was his fingers at its orders for. In i it Point of fact supposed to have been causal by an a Pio the combination can carry freight it would have no authority Over or Power to 1 Stoa of the lamp As it was found in a rate Traat to the Noil or. A. S. Heath president of the Farmers club of the american Institute in a paper entitled a a How shall we increase the a Alue of our Dairy cows and beef Stock a said this object could Best be accomplished by care Iii Breeding. If Milch cows were desired Farmers should Breed for milk if butter was required they should Breed together those animals whose special excellence strongly indicated that product in Large quantities and also in Superior j the in committee to Day a measure pro i fortunate real estate transactions Quality. If cheese was the aim of the a a 1 a a a trunk lines. It expects to have a Large part of the Grain that goes from Chicago to new standing there was in the Rumor. He replied that it a isolation of a Well established . %. To read it waa True that Mcclure has been under a of government that sentences of tear the burning garments from his Mother s the rate made by the Pacific mail to new i gestures of disgust accompanied by express that he is a defaulter. He has been clerk of rat parties wishing lumber do Well to Call at give grunts but finally said a a that a White the Steamer for four stars. In reply to a the most convenient of my Yards As my facilities for Man s Way they write one thing and Tell us request for the amount of the shortage another he then explained the Circum clips. Carter said that it had t yet been de stances attending Tho signing by the Council eloped fully. An examination of accounts of chiefs of the paper supposed by them to is jul Progress and no accurate figures can be be a refusal to leave their reservation. Given. The amount is considerable. Streaker Randall denies. Died. Speaker Randall when his attention was Providence ili., feb. 13.�?samuel g a a led this morning to a statement that be. Early this morning. He was compel Porter to stand trial. He is out had promised to give or. Finley the hour. And served e Short Side of the jurisdiction of any military Tab monday next to move to suspend the rules to thrice lieutenant governor an. I Unai and would not subject himself to Taueu oui to to try York and Liverpool of Reo Mern Rome in pass the Bill to equalize the bounties of sol i time in the United states Ente to was of another trial a proposed by Burnside be Lieve her sufferings unto death ended a str j Tae the Southern rout it Las i Arete Diers and soldiers who served in the late i the author of a history of Rhode he must know that there would be but agony. _ steamers plying Between Savannah and War denied positively that any such Promise j Cincinnati i be. 13.�?May James i comp gp�hte8t Chance of getting a Indica St. Let us jockey club. New York and Ocean freights Are not Only was made by him or that he had Given any son. Of Newport ay., died to Day. He was Tinq of th0 unison in character that he p b a the following Quot in cheaper than rail rate4, but Che amp or than encouragement that he would recognize an on the retired list of the regular army for a to want or expect a a democratic or. Louis feb. A. A Ljra Lake rates. And not Only will it strike for a individual member to move a suspension of number of years. Senator is prepared to offer at a proper Hemen were elected the Ixia in or Aires for business but it will the rules in preference to committee seek Chicano feb. 13.�?mahlon a. Ogden a time m a substitute for the Bills now Pend of the St. Louis jockey club this evening j make that will big to it a great part ing recognition for such a purpose. Pioneer settler of c hic ago aged cd died intr it a proposition to reinstate Porter in the. Jaiia9 s. Walsh a. S. Chouteau Adolphus of the Western business. Indeed nearly miscellaneous. This afternoon at Elmhurst a had Rban j a Quot a a of cd one of the regular army to which reach v t. Inglehart m. A. Rosenblatt every article that Louisville Ikje imports. The Senate sub committee reported to place. He had been very wealthy but in wow Baye in entitled and then a. D Martin Jas. B. My will Corno by Way a a Savannah Atlanta Aud in. _ c ions it. In p Ace Bim on the retired list with the pay of them is ii Rockwood Thomas i. Nashville. Riding for the organization of a territorial a in reduced Cir cum stances. He was bom in. R Reiml Nel from and after the passage Dake Joseph guinean. John form of government for the Indian Ler new York and lived in jumbos Ion of this act. Thus avoiding the objectionable a. R a j5ailu David Irkson Rit Orv sometime. Feature of Tho other Bills which propose to t r \ ii Pendleton has. The Senate committee will Ole upon the or. Ogden s Bouse was the Only one on u p t r a Large sum Back pay and to g Prather and John of Follon galls Case on monday next. The North Side which was not burned in the Lawn 4n a hit her rank than Hui waa Moffatt j. G. Rattler Ana Farmer then he should strive to secure the Best results and use every Effort to secure animals whose milk is Rich Iii the elements of cheese. The Ayrshire cow was one of the most valuable cows brought to this country. Although As a Milker she was second to Jersey As a cheese maker she was unsurpassed and in general excellence was undoubtedly the Best cow in America. Mrs. Max Fink and another lady of St. Paul visited new Lim lat week soliciting contributions for the German orphans Asylum in St. Paul. They received something Over $100 from the Good people of new Ulm. fire which a Jall around and 7z \ Stoj. It Hoard cheeked Jaum. Har Catli of judge Aud Rev. Or. Leal. Winona Minn., feb. 13.�?judge Samuel lord died last night at his Lime in Manorville after prolonged illness. Funeral on vey president Adolphus Busch vice pres Bishop and Ilia. Whipple have left their Dent and Davd Clarkson Secretary and beyond Bis . Glove j new York feb. 13.�?mrs. Tweed widow of Quot win. M. Tweed died to Day at Paris. Home Iii Faribault and gone to Florida to treasurer ,. Ii ail Road Drifoos washed away. Spend the remainder of the Winter on a citizens vistas feb. 1 1.�?a on the Dayton a unt of the impaired health of the latter. I hate been closely imm with Tho tor. In boned monday. Rev. Benjamin g. Lewis Baptist minister All these gentlemen Are leading died at Colfax Iowa la-1 tuesday Agal lie was a resident of Winona Ani will be Here to Morrow

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