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Albert Lea Freeborn County Times (Newspaper) - December 6, 1895, Albert Lea, Minnesota Freeborn county times december 1805. 13. Hurd sons. Crockery glassware lamps. And we want your attention. Call and see our line of lamps glassware and crockery. Something new ail the time. Done to forget the place. D. Hurd amp sons j. W. Smith grocery second door South s. Strauss Broadway. General hardware windmills charter Oak Cook stoves Elmhurst heating stoves cutters. Sleighs Gulbrandson Bros. If you Are in need of medical treatment for any chronic or surgical disease you can be More comfortable and recover More quickly at. The Albert Lett Hospital. Than at your own Home. J. Ai. Todd i. I., proprietor. Butter making in Denmark. Methods generally in use at a danish Creamery. Or. Emil Holm chemist at the Koy Al Experiment station acted As interpreter during my visit to the Carlsburg Creamery on the Island of zealand and be informed me that what was practice in one danish Creamery is common in All. At the time of my visit aug. 15 there were 250 patrons and about 15,000 pounds of milk daily were received. There were 26,000 pounds Early in Spring and during the Winter. The buildings Are of Brick with a House for the manager attached. The milk wagons unload in a covered driveway which has a stable attached for the horses while the milk is being emptied and the ski milk is tilled into the cans. The milk is weighed in a can shaped like a half barrel which rests on the Scales. All milk not up to the Standard of Quality May be returned to tie patrons. From the weigh can the milk runs to a receiving vat whence it is pumped into a Heater and thence it runs by Means of pipes to the separators. A device is attached to the Heater which carries the milk Back to the receiving vat if it is pumped in faster than the separators can Cream it. There Are four separators in use when the milk Supply is Large. He separating is done at 80 degrees c. 86 degrees of. The ski milk runs into a vat directly from the separators whence it is pumped into two tanks from which it runs through Heaters and comes out into the Supply tank at a temperature of 70 or 80 degrees c. From the Supply tank it is weighed into the cans 84 pounds to 100 pounds of whole milk and returned to the patrons. The ski milk is not cooled but or. Holm expressed himself As approving the Cooling of the milk before sending it to the farm. As 16 per cent of Cream is taken Farmers get 84 pounds of ski milk for each 100 pounds of whole milk sent and about four pounds of Buttermilk. The Cream is caught in cans and carried to the Pasteur izing apparatus whence it runs Over a cooler and is put into the ripening barrels at a temperature of 15 degrees a. 59 degrees of. About noon from 6 to 15 per cent of starter is added to the Cream and in the evening it is put into cans and set in a tank of cold water where it is cooled to 10 decrees c. 50 degrees f 1 and allowed to stand until the following morning at 4 of clock when it is churned in the upright barrel churns with barrels inside. This is the common churn in Denmark As the Box or barrel is in Canada. When the butter comes in Small particles from 10 to 15 per cent of cold water is added after which the churning continues for a Short time when the butter is dipped out by Means of a Sieve and the Buttermilk pumped into a tank near the wagons. From 3 to 5 per cent of Salt is put on the butter and it is worked very slightly. It is then set away to Cool for two hours when it is worked again. A slight working is sometimes Given the butter before being packed in the tubs. The chief object of so Many Workings is to remove the moisture from the butter. The casks Are sometimes lined with Parchment paper Bat More frequently they Are scalded and Salt rubbed on the inside before packing. The kegs Are stored in a Cool room and shipped weekly to Copenhagen to the wholesalers. The method of preparing starters deserves a special note. For this purpose a culture is obtained As often As is necessary from one of the firms who make a specially of preparing these. A Large wooden tub containing water a few degrees above the boiling Point has a cover with four holes Large enough to admit a can Bolding about three or four Gallons of milk. Sometimes whole milk and sometimes ski milk is used. This milk is sterilized for two hours and when it is cooled the culture is added. The Buttermilk is used on succeeding Days until a new culture is required. In this Creamery two sets of culture Are always prepared so that if anything happens one or the other will Likely be All right. Separatist thermometers stirrers etc., Are kept for each and one set is never used in the other culture. The manager very kindly showed me the yields for cows of different Ages during 1894. They Are As follows number of yield of lbs. Of cows. Age. Milk butter. 20. .2 years. 17.5 19. 8 years. 215 10. 4 years 6,400 205 10.5 years 0,577 275 0.0 years 6,914 298 4. 7 years 6,079 275 5.8 years 6,748 265 13.9 years 6,8� 281 8.10 years 7,110 814 8.11 years 7,892 298 4.13 years 6,290 262 4. ,.,.14 years 6,972 290 a professor Dean in Montreal Herald. speaker to his old position. Election and drawing seats lint 1 will lie done in either House nest week. Washington dec. 2.�?the Bou representatives has passed into co of the republicans and Thomas Brackett Reed of Maine has again trim Antly assumed the speakers Gavel. The opening session was As is us an animated and Brilliant occasion off with crowded galleries in Holiday attire. Old familiar faces were absent but there were plenty of new ones to take their places. Still the proceedings "11895 a december. 1895 us. To. To. We. The. For. A.  1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 1 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 i i 10 10 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 2526 27 28 a 29 30 31. 3 a a to go Thomas b. Read. Speaker of the House themselves As is usual Writh the opening sessions were of a routine character and devoid of interesting or sensational features. The House simply organized adopted the usual resolutions to notify the president and the Senate that the House was ready for business and wound up by indulging in the biennial lottery or seat drawing contest. The usual routine. The Date decided upon. 6. A. R. Encampment. Will be Field Early in september. St. Paul dec 5.�?the next National Encampment of the g. A. R. Will tie held in St. Paul during the first week in september. The decision Wras arrived at during a joint conference of the executive committee of the g. A. R. And the local committee in the Large parlor of the Ryan. It was not arrived at in any kind of a hurry because of such a diversity of sentiment with regard to the proper Date of the Encampment. The railroads objected to the holding of the Encampment during the pythian conclave at Minneapolis and although some would have liked to use that week the pressure was too Strong for them. The second week in september brings the state fair and it was not desired to conflict with that and so the local committee held out for the first week in september wanted a Latar do to than want a set. To this there we As considerable opposition on the part of the commander in chief and staff who favored a later Date a Dale so late As to invite the disagreeable features of fall weather. It was suggested by the visitors that any longer w Ith the intelligent people of Freeli Orn county Hough we advertise no goods at fifty cents on the Dollar we Are doing a larger business than Ever before. But we defy Competition on Low prices. We Are not ashamed of our prices on our goods either. Fully in per cent of our goods were bought this year and we have no old antique clothing As old As the oldest antiquities of Jerusalem the proceed ing in the Senate not marked by anything Unin Mal. Washington dec. 2.�?nothing happened in the Senate on the first Day that had not been expected. The body was called to order by vice president Stevenson. The new senators and those who had been re elected were sworn in. A committee was appointed to notify the president and the usual resolutions incident to the beginning of a session were introduced. The Senate took a recess of an hour at 12 28 p. M., and at at 1 80 adjourned after an absolutely uneventful session. The new senators and those re elected were sworn in groups brought before the senators cub in and venezuelan re slut on let Are introduced. Washington dec. 4.�?the Senate has plunged into real business. Naturally the presidents message attracted the main attention of the Day but aside from this there were stirring resolutions on the Monroe doctrine and the cuban rebellion and after that the usual deluge of Bills and resolutions running far up into the hundreds. The message was Given the closest attention from All quarters of the chamber. At its conclusion or. Lodge of Massachusetts offered a Reso Lul Ion vigorous in terms reaffirming the of the Monroe doctrine and presenting them in such form As to permit their enactment As a permanent Law rather than an expression of the policy advocated by president Monroe. In the same line was a Resolution by or. Cal Lom of Illinois and another by or. Allen pop., neb. The cuban situation received attention from both the Florida senators. The Call Resolution will be called up at once so that Cuba and the Monroe doctrine will receive Early attention. At the Brief executive session the nominations of or. Olney As Secretary of state and or. Harmon As attorney general were confirmed and that of Rufus h. Peckham to the supreme Bench referred to Judic Ary committee. That could not even find buyers in their native country. Now that the cold blasts of december have struck us and you will need some Winter clothing Why not give us a Call and look Over our heavy Chinchilla overcoats at to heavy Cheviot suits $7.5� 5 Iii yours for a close margin. Colonel Ivan n. Walker. The first week in october would be rather a Good time but the local com Mittee would not have it that Way and i finally the first week in september was selected As the time and the local committee will at once begin the arrangement of the features of the work m hand. Sept. 1 Falls upon tuesday and the Encampment proper will begin on that Day. For tuesday there will he some j special feature arranged perhaps a Parade of naval veterans and the big Parade will occur wednesday. The sessions of the Encampment will be held on thursday and Friday. This was fixed by the adoption of a formal Reso Salisbury a reply. Said to to duo in now Ork for Day. A in of tip no of of Inoyo a demand. London dec. 6.�?the reply of the Marquis of Salisbury to the n to of Secretary Olney on the venezuelan question the associated press learns is on Hoard the White Star line steamship Britannia due at new York on Friday next. The essence of the document is that great Britain refuses to submit to arbitration any of the territory within the shorn Berg line. The Skaug clothing co., Albert Len Minn news in Minnesota Chippewa reservation to be opened next Spring. House so a Lon Brief. Washington dec. 5 a the session of the House was very Brief and was consumed entirely by the Reading of the presidents message. It w As listened to with fair attention but the features of the document received no sign Eitnier of approval or disapproval from the members until the conclusion of the Reading when several democrats created a slight demonstration. When it was finished the House adjourned until Friday. Can elect the committees. Discovery of a Long forgotten Rule in the United states Senate. Washington dec. 5.�?the Post says after the Senate Republican caucus adjourned the discovery was made that one of the Senate roles allows the appointment of the members of the committees except the chairman by a plurality of the votes cast. Inquiry shows this Rule the existence of which had been forgotten was put into operation As Long ago As 1820. And has continued in Force Ever since. It has become practically obsolete by reason of the fact that for Many years the majority and minority sides have arranged their representation respectively and the slate thus prepared has been agreed to by unanimous consent without the formality of a ballot. The existence of this Rule presents a most interesting phase of the Senate situation. Under it the republicans can elect the members of the committees except the chairman j because they have beyond doubt a Plu j reality of the Senate unless All the pop j lists should vote with the democrats against them. Refused m in tron. Washington dec. 5 a the president has denied Pardon in the Case of Clar j ence f. Morris sentenced in Minnesota to one year and thirty Days imprison j ment for defrauding the mails. Latest Market reports. Minneapolis Grain. Minneapolis. De. 4, 1835. Truber closed at 6l9c May on track no. 1 hard. No. 1 Northern 52 a no. 2 Northern 510. In Tutti Grain. Duluth Del 4,189v wheat Cash no. 1 hard 54ic no. I 1 Northern 53 a no. 2 Northern 50 $ i 51 a no. 3 Spring 49 a44e, rejected 434 g37 a St. Pant Union Stock Yard. South St Paul dec 4. I89r. Hogs Active and steady Quality Only i fair. Range of prices $3 25 of so. Cattle bulk of receipts common mixed Butcher stuff which is 10 n 20o lower fat cattle steady and scarce stockers and feeders steady. Sheep Good sheep and lambs steady i and in Good demand common slow receipts hogs 3,500, cattle. 950, calves 50 sheep 100. Chicago Union Stock Yards. Chicago dec. 5.1895. Hogs Market Active fully 5c lower than yesterdays average. Sales ranged at $3.45@3.6a for Light $3.45 03.70 for mixed 13 40 $3.70 for heavy f3.4 jia3.50 for rough. Cattle Market weak and slow at yesterdays closing. Beeves �2 94 04 40 cows and heifers $1.40 03.10 Texar steers,$2.60 03 20 stockers and feeders 12 20 a3 80. Sheep Market steady. Receipts hogs 40,000, cattle 11,500 sheep 11,000. _ Chicago Grain and provisions. Chicago dec. 4, 1825. Closing prices. Wheat a december 56c Jan nary j j 57e May Goj Jse. Corny december 2>%c january 2jj4@ 6c May,2-$ g@28?. Oats december 10%c february 17 a May 19% 02oe. Pork a Cember $7.77 january 18.6 it May. 19.02state immigration Xaiv Wlaton formed at St. Paul seventeen towns of Cass county annexed to Crow Wing a successor to assistant Secretary Woldt. Royal ton will have a new Catholic Rii urch. Three Minneapolis Hen lifters were sued $13 each. A new militia company is being organized at Mankato. The first Creamery in Lyon county is being built at Russell. St. Stanislaus polish Catholic Church was dedicated at Winona. Another Large Iron Deal in the mesabi country has been made. Someone stole the horse of mayor Pratt of Minneapolis thursday evening it. J. Lomen Lias been appointed assistant Secretary of the state vice p. W Wildt. A move is on foot to have a a coarse Grain pit at the Minneapolis chamber of Commerce. Winona Board of education sold $18,-000 we Orth of Bonds at Pur bearing Only 4 it 2 per cent interest. Tracy a new school building said to be the finest in southwestern Minnesota has been completed. Governor Clough has refused a Pardon for Fritz Williams who killed a Man named Thomas. The Winona Willow Ware company has made an assignment. Assets $35,000 liabilities $28,000. Seventeen townships of Cass county will at the request of a majority of the voters have themselves annexed to Crow Wing county. The Minnesota state immigration association has been organized at St. Paul. T. L. Schurmeier donated $2,500 to the running expense fund. Work has commenced on a new $18,-000 Paro Aerial school building for the Church of the immaculate Conception at St. Cloud. It will be of Brick and Stone. Fourteen Hundred specimens of fishes have been received by the state Normal school at Mankato from the smithsonian institution at Washington bottled in alcohol and representing All portions of the country. Theodore and Eddie Prague ssh Minneapolis wheelman have arrived at san Francisco on their wheels having made the run from Minneapolis via the Union and Southern Pacific routes in 88 Days actual travel. They averaged 75 Miles a Day. Chairman Baldwin of the Chippewa Indian commission has succeeded in persuading the Interior department of advisability of opening the red Lake reservation to settlement. It is stated that the lands will be Given to settlers As Early in the Spring As a possible. Mrs. Forbes wife of or Forbes of Duluth once the presiding elder of the St. Paul methodist conference and chaplain of the Senate Hist Winter is probably dying. Nervous prostration followed by a severe attack of typhoid fever has overtaxed her vitality. The supreme court has rendered a decision that will be of interest to All savings and loan and Kindred institutions. The Case is that of the state against the Pioneer savings and loan company of Minneapolis and the decision affirms that of the lower court which held that Money in Bank and undivided profits of the company were subject to taxation. Business men of Luke Benton have ceased track buying after one weeks Competition with Van Dusen the latter agreeing to give As Glt Good Market As elsewhere. The railway company Lias Given Canby and other places a differential rate of three cents As compared with Lake Benton and Van Dusen used this As a justification for discrimination. Warren elevator companies will carry out their threat against the local merchants they have now rented a store building and a general store is being opened. They have also succeeded in inducing the great Northern railway to refuse to furnish cars to Farmers through the agent of the Board of Trade. The company now requires the Farmers to make personal application for cars otherwise their orders Are not recognized. At the dedication of the new polish Church at Winona a number of women in the Large crowd were relieved of their purses and contents. A woman from la Crosse lost $150, and one from Pine Creek wis., had $100 in her purse which was stolen. Several women from Winona who were in the crowd lost various sums from 50 cents to several dollars. One of the women Felt some one at her pocket and looking around saw a fellow sneak off. But he was lost in the crowd and could not be caught. The fair ones plead. Governor Clough overwhelmed with letter from Hayward admirer. St. Paul dec. 4.�?letters asking for the Pardon of Harry Hayward have come to the governor of the state almost by the Hundred. The larger number of them Are from women and very Young women judging by the Way in which they read. For the credit of the women of the state however it May be said that none of them have asked for executive clemency for Hayward. The majority of the letters Are from Indiana Illinois Ohio and Kentucky and some of them Are very Well written. All of the writers want Hayward s neck saved and done to care whether it is by a Pardon or commutation. The governor first began to receive to lib letters last Spring when he fixed the first Date for the hanging. Now that he is about to fix the final Date the letters have begun to come in again thick and fast

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