Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard (Newspaper) - June 13, 1889, Albert Lea, Minnesota
VO!,. XXXII.ALBERT LEA. MINN., .ll NE 13, 1889.
MOREY E. STERN,
Proprietor of the Reliable; and Far-famed
Boston One PriceClothing Store
Albert Lea and Vicinity.
LOR I lie Summer Season of jH89ymi will find our Extensive Establishment tilled to * its utmost capacity with all that goes to make up the Stock of a 11 It; 11 GRADE < LOI HING Hoi SE. (hip Goods are of ti psf (pull tty, our Prices consist on! with the (roods. This is a condition which every sensible person is bound to appreciate.
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Men s Clothing-,
* Youths’ Clothing,
Hats and Caps,
iii* i vatitdl
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ir patron*, all
*pr**ad out for comfort and adorn-
It would Im* an almost tank to mala- a
H|MM*Ui(* enumeration of th** main good*. I***-*id»* * ('Int Ii I nit In th** strict ***n*c of th** term, which we carry Iii stork. Suffice It to say that w«* * an snippy y>ur every want: w*» can humor your *•*• f'entrlcltle*. encourage your conceit*, “•atlsfv your fa*t|dloii*nc**.
SHK IS TO HK MAKKI KH,
%nd the In ii we «r I,elf Uric* h non Will Go l iirwaril---l.elter rrom tlnria A. II row ii to lier Mrnnitinavlan Friend*
Ciiii'A'.o, Iijlixois, .Inut' ju. Ins®,
; Being about to leave you, to leave my own country, in order to become itlit* resident of Mollie] t he wife of an English g j lh Shipley, already wel through his sound anti 1 my paper, “Leif Erik.sol words to say to you all, both friends and enemies among tin wegians, Swell es and Panes, which I trust will make more of you friends and less of you enemies to our cause and me. I leave my country, I leave the name by w hich I have so long been known to you, the name so closely identified with my Northern works:but / f/o nut Imn tfn txiH.sfi, Mr. Shipley’s words to me in ti letter dated May 3rd can not hut awaken the same response in you that they do in me: he writes: “To take you from y wish to do, I only w this until I etui do th and call bear tile expe year or two years at will come into posse j fortune, and will then bear the expense. Ii May 13th, lie again sa} polling it, Hie cause, and forward you in i1 blessing instead of a j both.” You all know this cause of ours has I sorrow, a misery anim martyrdom to me; < this condition will c free to announce n Mr. Shipley before, t w hat my chief help* you that Ids basinet lienee will yield him need Im*, to pursue th Norse discovery in Europe, as well as ti J vote twelve years or even a life-time to I it. if we choose, if I conk! have told you I that my betrothed was an excellent Latin and Hebrew scholar, tho! he was I acquainted with til** modem European languages, and had recently acquired a
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THE Kill WI NL KHA ll.
Gov. II ti Min rd it im! Other «MHrlal* % twit (Mi I va t Ii mid (Solicit Mnbwcrip* lions—He llerlincM lo Wake definite I'romtmc*.
Duluth Daily Sew* .Lux Mil.
,, Lx-tiov. L. I*’, Hubbard, general
England, and manager of the Duluth, lied Wing & ntleman,,Iolm Southern; F. W. Hoyt, president s I; j known to you , Foot, vice president, and W. ('. iii* **, j hie articles in director, arrived in Duluth yesterday I , I have a f*■ w morning ami held a conference with a rimy number of business men in the office Nor- J of ( oh < . if. Graves. Their mission here was to awaken interest in the road sufficient to raise a fund of $5o,OGO with which to go on with the construction I J *d that portion of the road between I I Duluth and lied Wing, over ITomih sj ill length. Col. Graves and .J. ll. Myers were appointed a committee to act with a third man of their own selection in obtaining the subscriptions.
“Do you think you w ill build the road this year or even next year?” was mr cause I do not asked Gov. Hubbard by The News 'Ii you to wait for J this he would not commit himself,
!*• Work with you, he was certain the road use." In about a needed and would pay \v< the furthest he I “On the twenty-Ii vc miles already built ssion of a large we are making money by operating in amply able to connection with another road.”
last letter, All th** visitors were quite enthusi-We are post- astio over the road and also over the Mil lean help results of Hie meeting. Gov. Hubbard.
however, expressed disappointment in the lack of Interest shown by Duluth when the road wasopened. “What we want, said Im*, “is the moral support of Duluth." The party returned in the evening.
I M'KIK HANGEAIIL1
Is now sot itp anti rosily for In section. Como ana see It.
Use Twine when Twine is Cheapest!
Use Wire when Twine is Dearest!
< rn but
I ) H;! ' ah JI 1'roved and Tested Spring*, tile Apron* are alway* tight but ne Tar inn i i, , V.7 in »ii I"0,1,'rs HJV m »'*'!*! bushing*, trno and noiseless; there are removable Bobbitt Lnfi i. Th i 1H*limre Steel Hp.* Frame I* tho LIGHTEST amt STRONGEST u,h.i«*
lH lhH '*?!* *s"”‘! F «"*' "til mu twist. The Sickle Is .Irlven fro," the end by mean! IS a
Having a very hUI* main wheel, with luw —-Itll** to Chur tho McCormick, t ao be a, (s - wa mm to pick ap any grain; it is wen bol-
. and rnak** it a
crsecution to us that in tin* past wen persecution, intuiting almost to n Ute day I marry ♦•ase. Had I be n iv engagement to <* tell you w ho and r w as lo be. to t«*ll vs a v**ry few years money enough, if ** research into the every library in Vatican, to de-
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was greatly " .r* giving a s,eai|y and powerful stroke. Having i
THE LIGHTEST, THE SIMPLEST, THE STRONGEST,
Ami tho I’.KST; any boy can run lf. only seven pieces In the lllinler-head. They can’t aet (Ult of order. No knife arm, no string linger, no isnt* and rollers to get loose,
Is alwajs ready for work, early or late.
To Save Your Horses,) To Save Your Crops, • To Save Your Money, I
The Fourth at Alden.
Alden has raised th** necessary’funds , for a first-class celebration, and will
celebrate ti,,- ^«^f^in«n»jg|A large supply of Extras anti the hest grades of Twine
and VI ire on hand, for sale at low rates.
The Big Boston One Price Clothing Store!
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Mail Orders given Prompt Attention.
Cl A Krill lows.
Rules for Self-Measurement Sent on Application.
J. F. JOHNSON.
P. F. PETERSON
JOHNSON & PETERSON.
A PINK UNF. OF
Parlor and Chamber Sets,
HATTAN :iii*l HEl'H) CI1AIHS.
Extra Fine, New Styles, Ladies’ Writing Desks,
CURTAINS and FIXTURES.
We put up Curtains for our Customers. A full line of (TsiMkets mid Collins.
Embalm log given prompt attention. hoot and shoe store.
-Night calls answered up stairs over Walter Thompson’s
JOHNSON A PETKUS* >N.
THE YEAR ’ROUND
We continue our Steady Trade, and make the People Happy by making
at all Seasons feet Com
fortable. Everybody knows that pinched, cold or hot feet makes people miserable. This we avoid bv furnishing Men, Women aud Children with
Boots and Shoes
that Fill. A Perfect Fit gives Comfort, We are com-fort-makcrs. We can save you from hot, tired, aching feet in Summer and are always glad to do it, even If we do not make a cent. Call and we will tell yon all about it.
NELSON A SORENSON,
Dealers in Comfort-Giving Boots and Shoes, Broadway, Albert Lea, Minn, United States of America.
Ileal Estate Transfers
j From May 25th to June bill, 1N80,
j fti rn isiied by II. It. Fossil in. Register oi
I Deeds and Abstractor of Titles:
Withe I* Palmer to AnUiuny (’ Trow, 5 ac
SIV KW see ti, .Shell I Ll KIK........ f I (JOO
Dray (J Green© to Patrick (’ashman, and
Va ow sec 25, Geneva..................... goo
Heirs of William Marts to c K Booth, lot 8
Id J, Alden.. .......................... oyy
C K I foot 11 to .I F Preston, lot 7 aud s 6 feet
of sec 8 bl I, Alden................... guQO
Leroy O Greene to ll P and € Nelson, lie
nw sec I I, Shell Bock..................... wk
John Herron to Thomas J and stephen K Iierron. Ok ne nw and nw nw and s11 se
HW see P. .Newry.....................
John Herron to Charlotte Herfori. ne
nw and O'* se nw sec 9. Newry ...
Frank K Town to Joseph Igutdis, f g nw
sec Ii Shelf Bock..........................
Heirs of William .Morin to N 0Peterson, piece of land Iii ne nw see 17, Albert ia*a Lemuel Buley to Cornelius I Buley, e1; se
sec24, Shell Hock........................
(' M McKee lo Elmer K Remington, e*i
lots IV and IO, bl |2, city.............
Leroy * > Greene to Nils Niton, nw sh sec
t, lf iceland..............................
Nils Rergeson to Hails N Berg©son, sw sw and lot I and 2 sec at and lot I sec 33,
Ole I. Meuseth to I I, Iugehrigtson, se se
sec .a aud sw sw sec 35, Albert lea......
I I, Ingebrigtson to Mina M ousel Ii, se se sec ii, »w sw sec ai, Albert Lea ( M * almon to A I. Marty, lot ti bl 2. Alden hnudt K KnudUon to .lens O Hjerilahl, H%
iicres se ne sec ai, Kiceland.........
William A Pash to ll Ii Wilcox, lot s Id I
Ii Ii Wilcox to Pat Honan, lot s bi T, Glenville ....................................
»S Messlnger to Pat Honan, lots 3, 6, 9. IO, bl 2C, lots 1,8 and n part 2 and 7, bl 25, lots I and n p 2 and 7, bl 39 and n p 7 bl I
Mini) Central By to Joseph Straka, se nw
sec 35, Hayward ..........
Mum Central By to I. <> Greene, uudU nj*
ti w sec ai, < ieneva.................
Minn Central By to I, O Greene, und^ n‘a
nw sec 25, (ieneva........................
Minn Central By to Michael Dowd, svv nw
* sec 33, Newry..........................
Minn Central Bv to August (j Lane. sRI
ne and se, London...................
Minn Central By to George K We**-in an,
nw ne aud ne nw s«c Al. < Elkland........
Minn Central By to John J Sheehan, und'4
s 14 HW sec*!*. Bath......................
Minn Central By to L I) Greene, ne nw sec
13, Shell Bock...................... i j0
Mum Central By to Luke 1) Holmes, eC;
in* sec 29, Geneva.......................
Minn Central Ky to John Jordan, nw sw
sec 27, Newry......... ...................
Winona A st Peter Land Co to Patrick Cashman, und% ne nw sec 25, Geneva.
Winona & st Peter Land Co to James st
John, ne ne sec 7, Bath...................
St Paul & Chicago By to L G Greene, wii
nw sec s, Nunda........................
Nam* ll Slette to Seven Thomson, nu nw sec lo and nj* ne and ne nw sec 9. Manchester................................
Tilda s Winger to Severt Tlioreson, nw’nw sec to and nj* ne and ne nw sec 9, Manchester..................................
Thomas Gas Ii rn an to Catharine CashinaiY,
ne sw sec 15, Newry................
Fred K Watson adm to C D Allen, nTTne
see ai, Mansfield......................'
Joint A almonds to Mary M Aldrich, gov lots I and 2 sec s, Carlton, and gov lot I
sec 31, Freeborn..................
Adelaide Garnish to William Ii Bashaw, sw see 20, London...................
knowledge of Ute Norwegian, Swedish ami Icelandic longues, with a View to the work before bim, I could have disarmed all of the objections that haw b**«*n made against me as an incompetent person for this work in tile Norwegian press: for. with mf husband, a man possessed of Wealth, scholarship and scientific attainments, ttiese joined to my own knowledge of tile subject and possession of the dues to the documents necessary to substantiate til** Norse claim to the discovery of this country, I am not an incompetent person, nor do I lack a single requisite for success.
Mr. Chipley paid th* expenses of my journey from England to this country, and my mother’s passage as well, in order that I might bring til** cause before the congress «*! the I'nited States. When lie did tiiis it** was a verv poor man. but lie did it I**r the love ol the truth. N*> w I ask all *u you, out of consideration for both Ii liq ami me, for we were willing to bear th** sorrow of parting with each other for the sake of the cause, we have sacrified much for it, to help rn** to put an end to this separation, to give me the money that will enable me to go to the husband aud the home that are awaiting me iii London. He will do all the rest, will you do this? I wish to sail for Liverpool the last week in June.
Yours faithfully in the cause, MABIE A. KHOUN,
HT Monroe >t.. Chicago, ill.
We desire to say to our citizens, that for years wa have been selling Dr. King’s New Discovery for Consumption, Dr. King’s New Life Pills. Bucklen’s Arnica Salve and Electric Bitters, and have never handled remedies that sell as well, or that have given such universal satisfaction. We do not hesitate to guarantee them every time, and we stand ready to refund the purchase price lf satisfactory results do not follow their use. These remedies Itave won their great popularity purely on their merits. Wedge & Barlow’s drug stores.
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One Good Turn Deserves Another.
A Willmar man published a “card of thanks” to his friends for their kindness and sympathy when his wife died and expressed the hope that lie might have an opport unity to “reciprocate.” -— .
llucklen’s Arnica Salve.
The best salve In (he world for cuts, bruises sores, ulcers, salt rheum, lever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and till skin eruptions, and positively cures piles, or no pay mildred. It Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents. For sale by Wedge & Barlow.
Has Hell It ii rued Itself Out I
New York Hun.
The doctrine oi eternal punishment is no longer preached from Protestant pulpits as it was taught fifty years ago, even twenty years ago; stud yet every orthodox communion retains the doctrine in its formal creed. The change which lias come over the Protestant world within a very short time with respect to hell has been radical. The world itself has been omitted almost wholly from the Protestant vocabulary. It terrifies no longer the children iii tile Sunday schools, and startles no longer the sinners in the churches. Practically, they have lest their fear of tile Lake of Fire and of the torments to which the old preachers consigned the damned. Formerly every sermon dwelt upon Hie anger, the vengeance, the severity of God, but now the prevailing theme is His mercy and loving kindness. Yet we do not find any disposition on the part of the various communions to amend and revise their articles of faith to meet this revolutionary change. They let the old standards alone, well knowing that these have fallen into practical disuse. The churches are going through a development which is following dilTerent lines from those laid down by the metaphysical creed makers of past times.
propitiate manner. Thirteen guns w Hi I Im* !ir*-*l at sunrise, and at 1<» o’clock the I procession will form on Hr* tad way, headed by the Alden cornet band,in th** following order:
C.ir of i.ilx*rt\.
Akh*n Ca<lf*t*ami B im* Ball Mm**.
Wonton'* Belief rnrp*.
Ash I 'ut-1 G A B,
Orator ami Chaplain in Carriage*.
Pre* Iii cot et th*' liny ami Vie© ITe.siilent*.
< iti/.«*t»s Iii Carriage* awl Citizens on Foot.
The marching will Im* through tile I principal stree ts to the grove on the lake snore, where the following pro-I gram will be carried out:
Music by tile Batel.
MlngingBjr the Glee Club,
OjxMiing Prayer by the Chaplain.
Kenning of the Declaration of Independence, Music by the Band.
< lr at ion.
Music Ie. tit.* Baud,
Hinging by the (Bee Club.
Three o’clock—Bn ne Bail Game.
Bowery Dance iii the Afternoon and Evening. Batoon Ascension and (.rand Display of Fireworks Iii the Evening.
The broom brigade this year will be composed of twenty-four young ladies and will be one of the main features of the parade.
Alden has the reputation for getting nj* the finest procession of ragmuffins. and at one o’clock p. in. Hie most amu sing band of tiles** ragged people will take possession of the village and tin fun will begin, and continue until two o'el**ek, when they will go into seclusion and pull th** seclusion in after them until another Fourth.
i h«* Alden bas** ball team will play a match game in the afternoon with some nine yet unknown, on the ball grounds just south of th** railroad.
Grand bowery dance in tile evening on the hotel grounds, A band of eight pieces will furnish tile music. Everyone invited to participate in the grand Celebration at Alden, and a good time guaranteed to all.
McCormick Steel Mowers!
The Lightest and the Strongest, the Best and the Cheapest.
Will** Tr;u>k*, High Wh****N. Hickory Pitman*, Bra** ami Babbitt Boxes, Universal Joint* and nothing t*» get loose. PA I HNT SPRINGS to curry tin* weight of tile bar, making It ral*« easily, ami run light, nu* smooth liar with our Patent Automatic Self-cl8anlng Guard* Steel Plat*** anil new *t>le Sickle,make them proof against Clogging. A pony team etui draw them and a child can o|**rHto them. The keenest flitters on earth the BEST IN THE WORLD. They have NO BIVAI-S.
l o Have
Have Vuin Ib'grelN,
To Have It ii ii ii luff* to Town,
A C elebration in Kancroft.
The Fourth will bt* duly observed by citizens of Kancroft and adjoining towns by a program of interesting exercises on th** farm of (J. Johnsrud on section 13 in Kancroft, and everybody is invited to attend, bring their basket dinners and have a good time. There will be speeches bv able orators, a game of base ball, music, and a grand dance in the evening on a platform 16 by 40 lef t. A very interesting and joyous time is promised and there will bt room for all.
BUY THE MCCORMICK!
/ * I \ ING my exclusive nUynUuti to McCormick business, and keeping mv men iud team* th* 1 v**:ir through, I ast enabled to promptly attend lo all calls will) exiterteiiced nan, and not cause yon to wait and Im* delayed by ignorant exerts, or from not having Extra* on hand. I will De pleased to have all farmers call on me; I will accord fair treatment and yuote one price to ail.
AV. SH. KREBS,
(touernl stud Local AgeiU, Allport Lea, Mina.
M. Ai St. I'. Excursion Rates,
NATIONAL TURNER FESTIVAL AT UNCI NX A IT I.
June 20th and 21st the C.t M. A;St. I’. R’y will sell round trip tickets to Cincinnati! good to return June 27tli, at $15.50 for Hie round trip.
NORTHWESTERN S UNG BRI EST AT MINNEAPOLIS.
J nile loth the C„ M. A St. I’. R’y will sell excursion tickets good to return June 25th, at one fare for the round trip, $3.24. June 20th to 24th inclusive will sell excursion tickets good to return June 25th, at one and one-third fare for the round trip, $4.42.
I). X. Gates, Agent.
Howr to Make Money,
( To save money is to make money. The common way of washing clothes on a washboard is growing out of favor fast, d'he Eclipse Washer will do the work better, in less time, and with no wear to the clothes; the savings will in a short time buy a machine. I sed by hundreds of families in this county alone, a recommend of this wonderful machine is unnecessary, N. Reinsberg warrants them for two years.
This high-bred Clydesdale stallion shows a first-class pedigree, and is as line as any ever brought into Freeborn county. Color, dark bay; weight 1,700. He will be at Hie National House barn Mondays. Farmers should be sure and see him. Terni3 $10 on account of our getting bim so late in the season, other dates will be given in the Standard next week.
J. I*. I*’OSSOm A; Co.
Are Von Good at Guessing.
lf so call at the Second Hand Store and we will show you how to win a nice prize on the 4th of July. We also have some bargains in furniture, both new and second baud. Ho you celebrate? We are headquarters for fireworks. We are not selling out tit cost, but most of the goods you buy from us will cost you less money than elsewhere. See our 5 and IO cent counter. You can guess on the jar of candy with every purchase of 81.00 or more. Two oi- three prizes will be given away the 4th of July. A. II. SQUIER.
St. Paul Was Kcliind the Times.
Northwestern Chronicle, Catholic.
The Hartford theological seminary bas decided to open its doors to women desirous of entering the ministry. This hardly seems in accordance with St. Paul’s order that women shall keep silence in the church. But, then, that great apostle was not abreast of “the progress of the nineteenth century. ’
They Don’t Know How Little They Know.
Tho normal schools, high schools and universities of the state are just now turning loose a lot of young men and women with parchment rolls declaring their educations complete. Ten years from now these same young men and women will appreciate better how little they really knew at this time.
IN ot ice— 11 orscHlioeing.
Having taken the shop formerly occupied bv G. Gustavson, opposite the National J louse, Clai k 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.
A Safe Investment.
Is on** which is guaranteed to tiring you satisfactory results, or in case of failure a return of purchase price. On this safe plan you can buy from our advertised druggists a bottle of Dr. King s New Discovery for Consumption. It Is guaranteed to bring relief in every case, when used tor any affection of throat, lungs or chest' such as consumption. Init&mmatlon of lungs, bronchitis, asthma, whooping cough, croup, etc. etc. lr. is pleasant and agreeable to taste, perfectly safe, and can always be depended upon. Trial bottles free, at Wedge & Barlow’s drug store.
You May Be Ever so Good
But you cannot be happy it' your Feet feel bad. To avoid this, buy solid, durable, easy-fitting
BOOTS OR SHOES!
We keep them, and we have the kinds for the Farmer and his Wife, his Boys and Ins Girls.
We Keep Koinmon Kinds Hat are Korrect and Koofortable!
We also keep a Large Assortment of
FINE, STYLISH SHOES,
Such as very Genteel Ladies, Lovely Maids, and Gentlemen of Fashion will want. All kinds suitable to the Season and sold at Prices that will be sure to please.
Successors to C. C. Dwight.
3STe-w Novelties in
SPRING .. GOODS
NOW AHUIVING AT
J. W. SMITH’S,
The Leader iii Dry Goods.
French and Domestic Satteens, beautiful iii design and finish, just the thing for early Spring wear.
Toil© Du Nerds, Seersuckers. Choice Ginghams in great variety.
White Goods in Check and Stripes, Financings, Embroideries, Ac.
Black Silk Flouncings in Spanish and Chantilla at $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $1.76, $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00.
Just in, a large assortment of Ladies’ and Children’s lloseries. The goods ars
Guaranteed Absolutely Fast Black,
And Stainless. No humbug. Goods taken back if not as represented.
A Job Lot of (beautiful Ribbons on sale this week. Priest low.
Corsets, ituchings, James, Linen Collars and Cuffs, in large assortments.
I am making low* prices on all Woolen Goods, to close out and make room for my Spring Stock.
One thousand yards of new Carpets just in. Buy now l>cfore the advance. Yours for Good Goods and'Low Prices,
J. W. SMITH.
Agent for Butterick Patterns.