Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard (Newspaper) - September 26, 1889, Albert Lea, Minnesota
VO!,. XXXII.ALBERT LEA. MINN., SEPTEMBER 26, 1889.
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sV VICR LANI* KOU HALK. Mill ti.
THE COUNTY FAIR
PROVIDING FOE HA I FE WORKS.
WM. C. McADAM.
AWVKK AM* JI lx;K OI PROBATE OHI** in Court IL'iii. Albert I^a, Minn.
HENRY a, MORGAN,
O iX KSHOIl I'* LOVIO.Y A MORGAN, I,!iw\> r« Off!*** In Oulbr-iii'lu'ii Bro*'bl wk
DR J P. VON BERG.
)H\ HU'IAN ANI* HI ROEUN. OI KH I: ,m»i| u.'-nifiir** on Clark Hiir-; In Ho* forwi-
K ii I**Non residence, Alb**)*) l4* *, Minn.
G. A STEVENSON.
I HI YHK IAN AM) ''I BOKOS I over I'.P.JfDwti'i Oro.; Stuff*. M ion
Promises to be the Greatest Farmers, Stock-raisers, M exhibit
OFKICK Allx-rt Loa,
Attraction ever held in the erchants and Manufacturers their lx st Products and Wares, and tho result will !>e a great Benefit. It will In* a
DR M. H WILCOX.
Ill V Hlcl AN AND HU MORON, ALBERT Iwa, Mum Wilco corner Mirk A Wa* tiglon St* , n» Kl iii W* ttge A Barlows*
W C. MERRILL.
I * I VI IS I. OFFICE OVER I ' spi> *t A Jenson'* aru# store. All*frt !.«*». Minn.
E E. REMINGTON.
, MVI!, KNO! NEBE. AND OFFICIAL Col N* | ' i> Hut vc)or. Surveying and platting Iii j an) part of Hie county promptly attended I»» at
rcitvoiaiite rate*. office in eouri Imuit, AH>ert I l.f ,, Mum
FREEBORN COUNTY BANK.
''Il'is ii ARMH! RONO. PICKS!DENT. At the
I ) aidful f'lO.uou. Alien Lea, M In ii . Urnar I Hanking busine**-*, Insurance a Hp**eUdty, J “ ti i ady, < ashler.
Dominick & Connelly,
• STH V* K'lO
same time, and during all the Fall, another Exhibition will he Ogress, day-time and evenings, which Everybody can not help hut Ik* interested in. Moreover, it is a
n * _ i_ J rn nr _ _ u
Vs f aKo keep on hand a large slock of
F resh Lime and Cement
Free .*. Exhibition ?
At Greatly Reduced Price*. linter A * o'* Store. Clark HI.
(intr* at Wold-
f. J. WANEK,
And I Staler In
Smokeas’ Articles, Etc.
Rail Orders Promptly Attended to. ALBERT LEA, MINN
Out Part Stock Fail!
ALBERT LEA, MINN.
[VVIR HALK ''•dii'* Finely Bred i olta, the I net of Almont Messenger Had liwvowl: •<>•1 Ihiiin y Ho r*vm, anti a Urge ll or A refliii A Ho
Short Horn and Grade Cattle!
’ow*. Calves nod Bull*. Always glad to show Stock whether you purchase or not.
IJulW A. €’. H AUGE.
Hundreds of People come to see stantly increasing.
it daily, and the Crowds are con It is the Display of
CloMng, Furs and Goats FurnisMng Goods,
Of the GR KAT BOSTON ONE-PRICE CLOTHING STORE, the Biggest ever seen in the County.
The Best Goods,
The Latest Styles,
The Lowest Prices.
M. H Ess IX (m E It, Proprietor,
Dealer In all kind* of
The 4 on lid I 4 a ii wider* a I on t met - *-Moille I tin ii are rn to ll*' 'ludo When th** Ii arg al it Will Ile I 'lower!-*- % Kinrin-elal NI ntemenf---The City lim n 4 oui fort nhle Hank A Tenant---Bot ten Mldetvalkn Bant €*n ••Other ltu*i-nenn.
The council held a regular meeting Monday evening, all members being present. The minutes ol the last meeting were read and approved. The street committee was instructed to repair tin* road on the hill by the cemetery. The street committee reported that a gravel walk had been provided Oil Railroad .Street, west of the S. M. track, and that the Pick* re} Lake road hid wen repaired. The cleric was instructed to give notice through the papers to people to trim their trees along the sidewalks. The lighting committee reported that the contractors agreed to furnish the biti an ce of the lamps this week. The removal of the electric light from East ( lark street was referred to the street committee.
Wrn. Fenhoit asked permission for the popcorn man fo put Ids stand on William street at the southeast comer of Gage, Holland & Hayden’s store, it was decided that the city has no right to grant such a privilege, but it was understood that th** council would not object if property owners do not object.
The committee on water works composed of Messrs. Morin. Knatvold and Lowe reported through Mr. Morin, that be had been in Hi. Paul and seen th** contractors, who seat by him au ordinance embodying a contract for a system of water work* It was, on motion unanimously received and read. 'Hie grantees named wert* E. W. J Vet and ll. B. ('. Bement. The proposed ordinance was fully cons,deled by sections and on motion was referred back to the committee and city attorney to make needed amendments, aud report to an adjourned meeting of the council to be held Wednesday night, when Mr. Bement was to be present.
The street commissioner reported de-feetive sidewalks as follows: In front of block 17 on Clark street in front of J. F. Woblhuter and J no. (iislesson; on block 9on Broadway, front of Betcner's lumber yard and the rink; on block 2 South Pearl street, Morin s addition, front of Kolfson's house, on block 2 Hall's Addition front of Coyne’s lot and I). E. Dwyer’s lot on Broadway: block ll on Clark street in front of T. J. Sheehan’s and Jemima Sampson’s residences, in front of the Methodist church, College street. The report was adopted and the street commissioner was ordered to build new sidewalks according to the ordinances.
A new sidewalk in front of Dr. Black-mer’s building, occupied by Weum & Berg, was ordered built in the same way.
’I he clerk read a statement of receipts and expenditures for the focal year, as follows:
UK*KIITS HINCK AVRIL IHT.
License* ..........................$ 9,000 00
Rim*! table*............................. 90 OU
State tor tire company................. ll*; ut;
other Item**............................ 5o,uu
From state for long bridge........... two oo
County—June settlement............ 2,ooh to
County Four.......................... I,JOO.00
Unhand April nth ... .............. I ut od
Orders paid off
.. 11.297 OO . 5,2*0.00
HE PUFFERKED IO RIOU.
'V Tramp Mf eat* * lion*** From 111 wood Noble * Mf nlile, and Withe* 4.oo«l Iii* K*en|»e.
Last Friday evening about 9 o’clock some reprobate, probably a tramp, entered the stable ol Kl wood Noble on tin; farm of George Chamberlain in Manchester, which he is occupying, stole a four-year-old mare owned by Mr. Noble and easily made his escape. , Ile took a bridle and halter but over- j looked a good saddle. The mare is a I bright bay, black mane and tail, slim \ built, high spirited and weighs about I 1,000 pounds. <). J. Taylor heard a man ! on horseback pass his place about lo I o’clock the same night, and he was doubtless the thief making his way to ! iowa. the favorite resort of horse-thieves.
Sheriff Mitchell being informed. I promptly sent notices in every direction offering a reward of $25'for Mr. Noble and $200 on behalf of the state, and it is possible that this will be sufficient to secure his apprehension and the recovery of the animal. Experience has shown that there is little use in trying to otherwise track a horse-thief.
Big Flax Yields.
As the raising of flax is likely to become an extensive branch of farming In this county we quote reports of flax yields from the Mankato Review and New Richland Star as follows, the first given being from the Xtar and the others from the Review: lf. J, Hanson sowed two bushels of flax on three acres of ground and threshed OO bushels. At the present price of flax this woald lie worth fWVY— $22 per acre.
Geo. A. Bundy of Lincoln, Blue Earth county, on ii) acres of new breaking, raised 1,230 bushels of flax, which realized for him over $1,4UU. This is an average of |15j( per acre, or enough to pay for the land the first year. This season, as a general tiling it was claimed that new breaking flax was not as good as flax sown upon old ground.
Mr. Blank, of N'icollet county, raised 90 bushels of flax from three acres of his best land. Mr, Blank had three acres in prime condition, which he sowed to flax, and he cultivated it carefully and well, and this extraordi nary yield of 32 bushels to the acre is the result. At the same rate as Mr Bundy, Mr. Blank’s yield would bring him $3*5.50 per acre.
WEUM & BERG,
Hoi** A ired I * for the following Leading Lilies of
Ladies’ Fine Shoes!
The Ludlow, and Elderkin, Taylor A Co s.
The*! are kept hy all th** fonding Shoe Men lu the Country. We al*o handle th* famous
STRONG 4 CARROL MENS FINE
Which have no ecpial. ADO the HILL & DKKKX
Little Giant School Shoe!
That Can’t fo Beat. We keep! he Largest Assortment of Men*', LntUns’, MD**’. Bov**' aud 11‘il'lren * .Shoe* in Southern Minnesota. We buy direct from the Fart*,rte*, nay Spot CMU. aud have no Middlemen to divide profit* with. This advantage gives us a better ch anre to
Sell Better Goods for the Same Money
We Must Have Room.
While in Chicago we bought the largest stock of notions and Holiday goods ever brought to Albert Lea, and to make room for them, will sell all our furniture and household goods AT COST during this month. Beds springs, mattresses, dresser’s stands tables, stoves, etc., at prices that will astonish the natives. On October 1st we will give away a nice rocking chair Call on us for information about it We can rig you out for keeping house so very cheap that you have no excuse to board with the old folks any longer Come to the Second Hand Store to trade. A. II. Syr I Kl:.
FOREIGN and AMERICAN
Marble Monuments, Headstones,
Table-Toos, Stems, Mealies, etc.
I KREK I* only the best worksites and gtiarau-I tee satisfaction in every respect.
M. HESSINGER, Cor. Clark and Washington St*.. Albert Lea.
I ><> WINT !
Prices of Meats!
BRUNDIN BRO S
City Meat Market.
Fall and Winter Goods. Hundreds of Overcoats, Complete Suits, Separate Pants, Coats and Vests for Men and Boys.
Fur-Trimmed v Overcoats!
FUR CAPS AND COLLARS,
And the finest line of Shirts, Undershirts and Drawers, Collars, Cuds, Neckties, Socks, and Mens* Wear of all kinds.
Our Immense Stock
Captures the Premium!
Owing to low price of cattle we will sell-meat at the following low prices, for cash only:
Sirloin Steak*............9 fe1 loc. or 3fbs, for 25c.
Round Steaks...........8c. per Ib. or for 25c.
Shoulder Steaks....................C @ 7c. per lh.
1st cut Roast............................8c. per lh.
2nd cut Roast..........................7c. **
3rd cut Roast..........................tic. “
Roiling and Stew, 3 to 4 cents, a reduction from 2 to 4 cents all around.
We keep constantly on hand a large stock of meats of all kinds equal to that kept in any first-class meat mar-
And it is well worth seeing. We cannot and will not be undersold. We Guarantee Satisfaction, and have only
ONE PRICE TO ALL!
Ralance on hand ...........................fc.Too
A city tax of $2,(AO for the ensuing year was thereupon duly levied, being $1000 less than last year. The following bills were allowed:
Ktin Vapor Street Light Co ................3 1.50
Ii Freeman,street work.................... 34.so
A Flan Hagan, street work.................. ai 50
J Marlctt, street work...................... 9.75
La France Fire Engine C*» for repairs for
C M & st I* Rv Co freight on engine repairs .50 Chaa Retcher, lumber, laid over.
E T Pewit, hauling engine................. 3.00
Peter Knutson.............................. 25.OU
T V Knatvold. hardware................... 53.40
A request of Justice Foote for blank books was referred to the supply committee. The council thereupon adjourned to Wednesday evening.
Cholera in .Michigan.
Dr. F. D. Larke of Rogers City, Michigan, says the epidemic of last year in Brasque Isle county, in which so many persons lost their lives, was choleric dysentery instead of cholera as first reported. He used Chamberlain’s Cholera and Diarrhe a Remedy and says it succeeded where all other rem ed’ies failed. Not a single case was lost in which it was used. This remedy is the most reliable and most successful medicine known for colic, cholera morbus, dysentery, diarrhea iuid bloody fiux. 25 and 50 cent bottles ti sale by Parker & Briggs.
A Missionary’* I hanks.
Editor Standard:—I desire to extend thanks through the columns of the Standard to Mr. YVa!ker, proprietor of the Winslow House, and his clerks, also to Mr. Trusdell, for their kindly assisting me in distributing reading matter pertaining to the third angel’s message. And I would like to say to tim public that I have removed the missionary rack to the post office, and cordially invite all to freely take and read the papers deposited therein.
John. A. Burdick.
Albert Lea Sept. 23,1889.
“Johnnie Ret Your (Jon I”
I offer for sale a first-class, No. 12, double-barreled, breech-loading shot gun and accoutrements as follows:
Shot gun, cheap at........................ $25.00
Set loading tool* worth.................... 1.25
Forty brass shells, In good order, worth.. 2.00
A box of wads and primers, worth.........so
Good canvass hunting coat, worth......... 3.5u
Canvass shell bag, worth...................so
Stordock Heard From.
IL G. Stordock is quietly settled at Rothsay and has opened one of the cie vators there that has been closed during the past season. Mr. Stordock says he is out of politics for all time to come, but may take a hand in the game next fall just for the fun of the thing. There is, undoubtedly, heaps of amusements in politics, always providing your side wins.
ket, and remember, that under no circumstances will we be undersold.
We have barrels of first-class salt pork which we retail at 8 cents per pound.
Tie People's Heat Harte!,
BRUNDIN BRON., Props.
mma a A un) may be tonnd on file at am. f.HIo Jril.ri!.jv j*. ii 111 ii i i un
advertising Bureau (IO Spmce Bt.ywhere advertising • outractu way be wade (or it Uv NBW YORK*
Our old patrons all stay by us, because they can rely upon what we say. We will satisfy every Customer.
MOREY K. STERN, Proprietor
A Chronic Office-Holder Eternally Wants “Justice.”
Elk River Star.
“Justice to McGill,” is the cry going up from some parts. It would seem to the casual observer that McGill was Hie last man to be suffering from ‘injustice,’ considering that he has continually been in office for Hie last decade or more.
A Good Curiosity.
Farmers’ alliances are being organized throughout the state, and Mr. Allison says they are for the farmer and not for political purposes. .Such an alliance would he a great benefit to the farmer as well its a curiosity to other people.
A Hodoo on Barbers.
11 ok ah Chief.
Hokah wants a barber, one who desires to make a brief stay on earth. AU the barbers Hokah ever had died or committed suicide but one, and lie is in the penitentiary. An equal opportunity is seldom offered to a knight of the razah.
For One Bushel New Wheat We give 40 pounds straight flour, warranted, ten pounds of bran and three pounds of shorts.
A. Lea Mill and Elevator Co.
Take it all for even $20.00 and 5 or (5 pounds of powder and shot thrown in. Inquire at the Standard office.
39tf Lyle II. Day.
It Would Re a Good Boom for Speaker Graves and His Private Secretary.
Speaking of conventions, why shouldn’t the next Republican state convention be held at Duluth. It would relieve that body from the unholy influence of the Twins, and the cool lake breeze could not fail to have salutary influence upon its deliberations. It would do the delegates good, too, to see a real live city.
Trim Up the Trees.
Owing to the dense foliage upon many of the trees, which hangs over the sidewalk in various portions of the city, thereby interfering with travel and the proper diffusion of light, the Common Council hereby request all property owners who have any trees whose foliage interferes as above stated to trim their trees up, at least ten (IO) feet from the ground, and thus add to the general good appearance of Hie city. F. A. Johnson,
Dated Sept. 24, 1889. City Clerk. * — —
Sound Advice of An Old Journalist.
Major Newson in Midway News.
Get your pay in advance. It is better for you and better for the subscribers. What little profit is made out of a newspaper is generally lost in the amounts which should come in on subscriptions. Let every newspaper in the state adopt the advance payment system, and at the end of the year he will thank his stars that he followed our advice. The laborer is worthy of his hire. Get your money.
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An Awful Pause.
Will any of the papers, Democratic or Republican, who are now condmn-ing Gov. Merriam please show wherein he has not made a good governor, and why he is not entitled to re-election ? The Herald pauses for a reply.
The Woods are Full or Them.
We have not less than one thousand men in the North Star State who would make just as good congressmen as any we now have.
Than the Other*, undersell im, lion
Don't fnrr**t that we foad both in Stock and Brice*, and will never let any Brin t fall to call at the Cupular Shoe Store of
WEUM A BERG,
Vuntoin Work anti ttepairiny Her man Horlenke.
Bl I Wert llroatlwny,
Sentiy Done by our Shoemaker, Mr.
JOHNSON & PETERSON,
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A FINE LINK OF-
Parlor and Chamber Sets,
RATTAN nail REED CHAIRS,
Extra Fine, New Styles, Ladies’ Writing Desks,
Embalming given prompt attention, boot and shoe store.
Night calls answered up stairs over Walter Thompson’a
OUR NEW STORE,
120 feet deep, two stories and basement, and is chock full of as complete a stock of
As can be found in this region.
We carry a full
The Best Kinds of
Paints, Oils, Machine
Door and Window Screens,
And in fact we shall keep in stock everything to be had in a big and well-ordered Hardware 81010. We shall make it a point to sell Good Goods at
And are confident the inducements we offer will prove highly satisfactory to all our customers. All are invited to call, inspect our new store and see our mammoth stock.
J. F. WOHLHUTER & CO.