Order a high-quality 18"x24" poster print of this page. Add to Cart

Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard Newspaper Archives Jun 3 1880, Page 1

Low-resolution version. To view a high quality image

Start Free Trial
Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard (Newspaper) - June 3, 1880, Albert Lea, Minnesota Debont Enterprise established in 1857 Albert Lea Minnesota thursday june 3, 1880. Number 23. Business Sirej Story. Attorneys t h. Parker attorney at Lair office Corner of Broadway and collect near the court House Albert Lea _ _ it Mair Ilac Kubb lawyer. Land for Sale Albert let Minnesota. Jav mo8nes8, attorney at Law Cor. Clark Seebt m. Palmed lawyer. Office Over Hedenstad b store Albert Lea Minn attorney at Law and collecting agent. Office on Clark St Albert Lea Minn. Rpy beb tree Yon of then make a your mind for no Rolf. Addielee 8 is Bon k co Rar Laad Maine. Hospital 103 b clerk by Utica i. 111. Lviv Cronje and Ken Iule Aud Geu Ilc Mea one Dollar for if Best rubber and ral Umble inform tuna by ble Fenile pills 15 per Box pro vote time nurse for during con Fin meat. Cd Ulm cd nor Price Rigi of nature a hts. Of of crimp. Or Liuia of of youth and Manh Thoj wealth of Choice. Valuable a Formi lion of Eulrett to both sexes nothing o it drive 10 to Mac and reflect hot Mitt Lou n e c r before published so family be without it. Or. A. G. Olix. A buckeyes of which 1 if an eur Adduci. With Limp or. J. N. Unmet a month Wahidi 75 but aum pie a Turiy Bronson Kendall s Spavin cure Kendall s Spavin cure. The most successful remedy Crew discovered As it it certain in its Ell Els and does not Blister. Read proof below. From Rev. P. N. Granger presiding elder of the St. Albany District. St. Albans vt., Jan. 20th, 1888. Do. B j. Ken Uaia. Co reply to your letter i will say that my experience with Kendall s Spavin Cuie has teen very sat fac Ury indeed. Three or four year ago j pro cured a bottle of your agent and with it cured a horse of Jam guess caused by a Spavin. Last season my Horte became try lame and i turned him out 1 on u few creeks when he be came better bit when i Pur him on the he grew when i hit covered that a ring Bone was Fon ninja i procured u Otue of Ken Dall s Spavin cure and with less than a bottle cored him so that he is not lame neither can the Bunch be found. Respectfully Louis n. Granger. Perseverance will Tell Stour then mass., March 16tb, 1880. B. J. Kendall co., in Luslie to you and myself i think i ought to let know that i have removed two Hong with Kendall s. Spavin one very Large one. Don t How Long the Spavin had been there. I Ovied Jlia horse Cix act months. It me foui1 months to Lake the Large one of and two for the Small one. I have used bottles. The horse is entirely Well not Ali still and no by Ulris to be seen or Felt. This is a wonderful Medicine. It is a new thing Here but if it does for All what it has done for me its Sala will be very great. Respectfully yours Cimias. E. Pah Keu. Kendall s Spavin cure. Office u. 8. Marshal Western twist. Of Mich. Kalama Sizoo apr. 15th, 1879. ,. Kendall Knob Buirch a fall received the two bottles of your Spavin cure forwarded by express in january last i am Happy to state that it performed All your advertisement called for. In three weeks after i commenced us a it the Spavin was entirely removed and u valuable horse restored to usefulness. Very truly yours John Pakker. Statement made under oath. To whom it May the year 18751 treated with Spavin cure a Bone Spavin of several months growth nearly half Kab Large a a Hen s and completely the lameness and removed the enlargement. I have worked the horse Ever since very hard and he never has been lame nor could lever see any difference in the size of the Hock joints since 1 treated him with Kendall s Spavin cure. Gains. Enosburg. Falls vt., feb. Sworn and subscribed to before me this 2sth Day of feb., a. 1879. John g. Jenny Justice of the peace. Kendall s Spavin cure. On human flesh. Patten s mitts Washington co., n a. Feb. B. . A dear particular Case on rth Icli i Issei a your Spavin cure was a malignant Aulde sprain of six teen Mouths Slan Dius. I had tried Many things but in vain. Your Spavin cure Pat the foot to tie ground Sifain and for the Kirbt time since Huit m a position. For it family Luis nuut it excel.-, any thin or used. Yours truly Rev Ell. Pastor Milu n. V. Send address for nuns Tiatco a Hui we think gives positive proof of Virtues. No Mumedy Lias Ever wet with such unqualified Success to our i i beast As jell As Man. Price is per bottle or six bottles for 4ll druggists have it or can get it for you or it will be sent to any add Eta on receipt of Price by the proprietors t up. B. J. Kendall Katon Tariff commission Bill was then taken no and senator Bayard advocated passage. He regarded this As a specially opportune time for the appointment of a non partisan and highly competent commission to consider a subject of vast and growing importance whether in the future the Tariff should be for Revenue Only or for a in Rosa which he did not favor namely fostering of private interest at Public expense. There was Little reason to doubt that the larger part of our Revenue would in the future As in the past be derived from taxes on imports and this question was one that would be Perma nent. He would be inclined to adopt the re port of such commission even if flaws could be detected in it if it contained the element which was now Locking in the Tariff system Justice to All classes. He regarded the present system As an inconsistent absurd and doubtful one. Senator to Barman did not pretend to Dis cuss the merits of the Tariff itself but As bearing on the relative value of the Eaton Bill and the Garland substitute. He called attention to the fact that All the numerous petitions favouring the Eaton Bill so far As be had observed were signed by manufacturers interested in the retention of the Tariff As it now existed and who the restore would like to see the Tariff unchanged for two years longer at least As it would of coarse be if the Bill was passed. This might suit protected interests but whether it would suit the people or not was a question. He advocated Garland s substitute. Senator Beok denounced the action of the House committee of ways and Means regard ing the Tariff. He read statistics showing that the Revenue from the Tariff had Alwana increased after reactions of the rate of duty and decreased after making rates higher. Excessive taxation crashed honest Industry encouraged smuggling and fraud and injured the revenues. He argued that our highest Prosperity could never be reached Wien the people were taxed doable what any tree people were and not for the Benefit of the government but to line the pockets of a favored class. He favored the Garland substitute which was substantially the Bill formerly introduced by him. He did not desire to injure any interest. If it were necessary to Nour ish an Industry in its youth he would favor doing to but As soon As it became self sus Taining he would sustain itself. He wanted a Tariff the baft of which would go into the Treasury and not into the hands of wealthy beneficiaries. Senator Kirkwood moved to t Amend Laud s substitute so As to increase the associates from three to five. He wished to see the various agricultural and commercial interests represented not that the Tariff affected them directly but because they were seriously affected by the amount or distribution of the Tariff on other interests. I senator Dawes obtained the floor when the Senate wept into executive session and Eoo ii adjourned until monday. Olte souse May Randall was in the chair to Day and the space in front of the clerk s desk was filled with members seeking recognition. By unanimous consent it was agreed to adjourn Over decoration Day. On motion of or. Ewing the Senate Bill authorizing the settlement of the accounts of col. Thomas Worthington the Honse then went into a committee of the whole or. Harris in the chair on the sundry civil appropriation Bill. Or. Dunnell moved to increase the appropriation for Survey of Public lauds from to f adopted 79 to 76. The committee at this Point Rose and or. Cobb moved to conc or in the Senate Amend ments to the pension deficiency Bill. For Reed to and the House again went into com Mittee. Or. Bragg moved to strike out the Para graph appropriating f to enable the postmaster general to Purchase records of the Posto Fieo department of the late Confederate government touching payment of Auti Bellam mail contractors. Yesterday the House had decided to give the Secretary of War discretionary Powers to Purchase certain private papers for the purpose of completing the history of the Confederate government to Day it went farther and proposed to authorize somebody to buy the records of that defunct concern. If there were any each records in existence they belonged to the government. After some debate or. Keifer protested against paying for the records if they were in the hands of Mere speculators. He inquired of or. Beagan. Sex postmaster Gen eral of the Confederate government if he could inform the Honse in whose Possession those records were. Or. Beagan stated that on the fall of Richmond All archives of the Post office department had been conveyed into North car Olina where they were captured. His let Ter books and books of the finance Bureau had been seat to ga., and bad there been turned Over to the Federal authorities. He had no information As to those books except that one of them had been shown to him within the last month but the name of the person in whose posses Sion it had been had not been disclosed to him. Or. Thomas said the practical question waa whether the government would allow itself to be blackmailed ont of the amendment was adopted and the paragraph stricken out. Or. Blount submitted a amendment appropriating for payment of marshals and their general deputies except for services of the latter rendered at elections. Rejected 74 to 99. Or. Conger moved to strike out the word rejected 43 to 102. Or. Bloont s amendment was then agreed to without division. After several minor amendments had been agreed to the committee Rose and reported the Bill to the House. Toe main question was ordered on the Bill and amendments and then the matter went Over. Or. Gibson from the committee on Mississippi Back the Bill origin ally introduced by him making appropriations for construction repairs completion and of certain works on the Mississippi River. Referred to the commit tee of the whole. Adjourned Zmyj monday. Of Nikac news Wood pulp Patent Eaje. Washington May House com Mittee has agreed to make an Adverse report upon Springer s Bill to annul the Coalter Wood pulp Patent. The Honse committee on private land claims by a vote of three to two three Mem Bers declining to vote decided to Day to re port adversely on the Bill to determine the title to toe track known a the Ranche Pon Cha grand Cala my Borabon claim. Oen. Batch s Victori oonf1bmid. The War department has a dispatch con firming the press report of Gen. Hatch s fight with Victoria. Another dispatch from Gen. Hatch dated fort crag May 6, says Kramer who joined me yesterday reports More fighting Binge killing the 55 indians. No particulars yet. Anti-bkllt3si fbhb1ojjb. The Senate pensions committee voted to report with some verbal amendments the House Bill granting pensions to certain sol Diers and sailors of the mexican War in in Dian wars with the creeks and Sam Isolea. The Bill repeals the Section the revised statutes which provides that no Money on account of pensions shall be paid to any per son or to the widow children or heirs of any deceased person who in any manner voluntarily engaged in. Aided or abetted the late rebellion against the authorities of the United states. Noh Oon cob. The House committee on appropriations voted to Day to report to the House recommending con Oon Orrence in most of the Senate amendments to the legislative executive and judicial appropriation Bill and for the appointment of a committee of Confer ence. Staff Xiage is Rhode 18lakd. Senator Blair in behalf of the Republican minority of the Senate select committee on alleged frauds in the late elections to Day submitted a report in the nature of a reply to the report of the majority concerning the abridgement of suffrage by the state of Rhode Island. The minority says the data collected in the state of Rhode Island is of comparatively Little importance. There Are no special restrictions upon the right or exercise of suffrage there. The principles involved in which Are not now of have not been at some period of its history involved in legislation and practice in every other state. Mainrod s donw emotion. The greater part of the executive session of toe Senate this afternoon was devoted to the pending nomination of sex Congress Man Horace Maynard of Tennessee As postmaster general. Senators Beck and Voorhees spoke against its confirmation on account of Maynard a extreme partisan coarse daring reconstruction times in ten Nessee and senator Bailey made a Short speech in favor of confirmation taking the ground that in View of Maynard s unquestioned private integrity and ability his extreme partisanship during the exceptional period referred to should be overlooked in toe in Terest of peace and reconciliation. Pending farther discussion the adjourned. Senator Harris of Tennessee is known to be in favor of the confirmation of this nomination and it has been reported favourably by the committee on Post cil ices. The prob abilities Are that be will be confirmed at the next executive session. Pabis May the chamber of deputies to Day Clementean Republican member for the Seine inter elated the government on its action of the police in regard to the recent communist demonstration. He reproached the Cabinet with being actuated by a desire to satisfy the conservative journals. Co stans minister of the Interior said the demonstration was a glorification of Eom annal acts which the government Pould not tolerate. Ote Menean expressed dissatisfaction with the reply and proposed the order of the Day regarding the government bad not Confidence in the Good sense of the peo ple of Paris. The government moved the order of the Day pore and simple which was adopted by a vote of 309 to 131. Church conventions. The m. K. General con named to one of the Kate proceedings of other Hod of. K. General conference. Oino Ignati May 28. Bishop Simpson presided at the of the general con Ference to Day. The committee on Episco pacy reported approving the conduct of the Bif bops and declaring Bishop Scott non effective. The committee did t present their report in favor of the election of an african Bishop. The motion for a sine die adjournment was seconded and the time changed to b r. K. To Day. Or. Hiaett opponent of an Early adjournment moved to have a reports not acted of by the Confer ence printed in the daily advocate. Tabled. But a motion to print the list of matters not acted on was adopted. The com Mittee on missionaries reported adversely to separating missionaries and native helpers in foreign conferences. Also declaring the plan of establishing in dependent methodist churches in Europe and Asia was premature. Also recommend ing the Minard Home be sold. Albo that one column or More in All the weekly Church papers be Given to missionary secretaries for missionary intelligence All of which were adopted. The general conference met at 2 o clock p. M. For the closing session. Episcopal residences were Steed at new York Boston Philadelphia Baltimore Syracuse Cincinnati Chicago St. Iionia Atlanta or Chattanooga St. Paul Minn., Austin Texas Des san a station mis Sion conference was authorized. Western missions were not booked in Nebraska Utah. Black his Dakota Indian territory and Montana outside the Montana conference and the Black Hills Mission. The report of committee on missions with relation to the Centennial Effort was refer red to the Bishops with Power to act. It was ordered that editors who have not been re elected receive their salaries until the next meeting of their conferences unless they Are sooner employed. The committee on Rev Sals reported in favor of striking out the paragraph in the discipline forbidding putting on of Gold and costly apparel but the report was withdrawn. A Resolution was adopted asking the Bishops to take a collection before october 1880, to remove the bonded debt of the metropolitan Church at Washington. A Resolution was adopted providing for the publication of a Magazine in the interest of benevolent departments to be edited by the secretaries of the Beveral societies. The Bishops were instructed to appoint fraternal delegates to the British Weslau cd orb the dutch Weslyan Church the methodist episcopal Church South the methodist Church of Canada and the methodist episcopal Church of Canada and other fraternal greetings Are to be seat by letter. The committee on Temperance re ported a Reno Luria declaring that prohibition is the Plau orm of the Chris Tian Effort in regard to Temperance. Adopted. Also instructing the stewards to procure for use at a communion pure unfermented juice of the Grapa adopted. The expenses of the conference were re ported to be collections amount ing to tha deficit is to be paid by the Book concerns. Bishop Simpson As the time for adjournment arrived made a Brief address congratulating the conference on the work accomplished and then closed the ses Sion with prayer the delegates joining in the lord s prayer and then Sang the doxology and Bishop Simpson pronounced the Bene diction. Jav tuft publication society. Saka Tooa. May l s. At the afternoon ses Sion of the Baptist publication society the following officers were elected president Jeorge to Hope sew York vice presidents Samuel a. Crosier Pennsylvania Hon. J. Warren Merrill mass l. Hedstrom new York and Edward Goodman Iii Secretary Ben. J. Griffith recording Secretary j. Howard Penn. Treasurer we. N. Petit. Two Hundred and seventy five delegates were present from Nineteen states. The Raport to celebrate the Centennial of Robert. Bikes the last sunday in. June was adopted. Adjourned. Missouri. St. Louis mo., May Greenback Era of the sixth Missouri District nominated a s. Hazeltine for Congress and elected we. Brown and m. N. Mills delegates for Greenback convention. One of he alternates in a woman mrs. Lonist c. Cottoe of Newton county. Gear rail a wis., May 28, in the general Assembly of the presbyterian Church the judicial committee reported urging Viau Iii Sal of the Appeal from the notion of the presbytery of Philadelphia North. The re port of the committee on education was received. The total number of churches is and ministers which shows a needed Supply of 157 ministers. But of this number of churches Are contributing churches. A Resolution was adopted urging upon the people of the country the benefits of presbyterian institutions of learning. A committee to consider the modes of opera Tion of the Board of Homo missions in its re lation to presbyteries were announced and confirmed. Methodist protestant conference pots Toch May the methodist protestant conference continued its session to Day. Bev. W. P. Jordan Ulois presided. The protest against the action of the con Fere Ooin unseat Iager. J. L. Brentor Aud seating s. N. Whitney As Lay representative from South Illinois was accepted and placed on the journal. Miss Brittain lady Mission Ary was invited to id dress the conference of Morrow afternoon. W. B. Uselton offered a Resolution which was adopted that a com Mittee of seven be appointed to inquire and report what legislation is necessary to pro vide for the entertainment of the next Gen eral conference. A paper from j. D. King her suggesting arrangement of the burial service was referred to the committee on ritual. The report of the judiciary commit was taken up for consideration. Failure of Iron Chattanooga May 28. The Vulcan Iron and Nail works were to Day thrown into bankruptcy and James c. Warner of Nash Ville. Appointed receiver. The Best information is the liabilities Are available about six Hond Ted hands employed in the works. The receiver is directed to continue operating the Mill As Long by he does not impair the assets. Cause assigned for the failure shrinkage in Iron. Canadian Yolk May 27. A special from to Ronto save the Princess Louise will probably accompany the Prince Jleopold to Chicago passing through Here monday Quebec May the legislature opened to Day with the customary ceremonies. Political news. Chicago May wet a consider Able influx of delegates and friends of the various to Day. Among the most noted arrivals were o. H. Booth judge Hunt h. O. Hedges attorney general Nash j. O. Donaldson col. Wood of Ohio Marshall Jewell of Connecticut. Pinch Back 1i. H. Fitzhugh sex got. Aumoth la. W. W. Phelps n. J. Sex oof. 2. K. Pangborn n. J. The special train bearing the new Hampshire and Maine delegations will arrive to Morrow morning. It in announced a Grant meeting in to be held in the exposition building next monday. It is understood John Bossell Young started to Galena last night to visit Grant it is not known whether the visit ban any political significance or is purely Friendly Chicago May the Grant meeting for monday evening in convention Hall has been postponed on account of opposition from the managers of the build ing. Considerable feeling among All parties interested Baa been engendered. It is stated other arrangements will be made for the Grant meeting. An anti Grant meeting in announced at base Ball Park for monday evening. Wash Bairn s Headquarters were established this evening at the grand Pacific. Nevada democrats. Wbk feared. Sas Fean Oieno May 28. Democratic state convention of Nevada met at Winne Mica yesterday and effected a permanent organization and the nomination of the Fol lowing delegates to Cincinnati b. Store Hill Matt Cravan 3. C. Hagerman a. C. Ellis e. Or. Dodger and George p. Gorman. Three prefer Tilden two Thurman one Field but the convention by a vote of 58 to 36 de taxed Tilden the preference of the party. George w. Gasiday we nominated for member of Congress f. H. Belknap for supreme judge. J. H. Dennis w. E. F. Dean and j. C. A Garrahan were nominated for presidential electors. Adjourned sine die. Miscellaneous storm swept. Terry by Saiu in town of Hackeit no dated Many Honimer swept away and Large number of people quid casualties else where. Bb4.ckkti, 1 ex., May this morning the heaviest and most disastrous rain set in Ever known and is still pouring Down in torrents. All Brackett except portions on the two Bills is inundated Man streets from 5 feet to 8 feet deep tanning Down Street almost incredibly rapidly. The floor of every business House a from 1 to 6 feet under water. Several men at the mercy of the Waters went Down All efforts to save them being of no Avail. Great anxiety is Felt for the safety of families along log Monas Creek. More than 20 people have been drowned and a dozen houses washed is thought some bore off human freight. Man houses Are washed from their foundations. All the residences in the lower part of the City Are being vacated As fast As possible. The greatest excitement prevails. Gale Bstok May special Saba Texus during a rain storm last night the family of p. M. Bonn Trel living Here took Refuge in a Cave resulting in the drown ing of two of his Little boys aged 3 and 6 years. His wife and Little daughter and a Young lady with them were taken out in drowning condition. Tex., May heavy wind rain and Hail storm in the Eastern part of his county yesterday blowing Down Bouses fences and raining the crops. Com and Cotton were stripped of their Blades and leaves and Oats levelled with the ground. Summer sports. Parole Iroquois placed at annul no at Baltimore unit Trott tac at Philadelphia. 3vw turf. Winning at balt. May 28. The i Rea Kneas stakes two Miles Wou by Grenada Odea second. Third. Time the Baltimore Cap two arid a Quarter Miles woo by Monitor Glenmore Keooud Harold third. Time Consolation parse mile heats won by Ben Hill Virgillane second Bounce third. Time the grand Steeple Chase Over to regular Conree was won by Derby trouble second. No time taken. London May 28. The Oaks stakes at Epsom to Day

Search all Albert Lea, Minnesota newspaper archives

All newspaper archives for June 3, 1880

Browse
Order a high-quality 18"x24" poster print of the page above.