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Albert Lea Freeborn County Times (Newspaper) - December 20, 1895, Albert Lea, Minnesota Ofshe Kaboun coi nov times december 20, 1895. Till 1ja i knee born county times. Tiric markets the times had 40 new subscriber in one Ilav this week. One Price doming a House a has not got and old shelf worn goods to sell at half Price but our Price is so Low that it is lower than the alleged half Price of others. If you do not believe it me and be convinced u this it of great truth s Roui is always filled with customers. Why ? because we have nothing but reliable goods. We have but one Price. Your Money is As Good As your neighbors with us. The latest in Xmas ties and neck scarfs j 11 St vi0. They Are beauties. Come and look at them. The Xmas l ies Are put up in a Box just the thing for a Xmas present. You can Send them by mail without danger of soiling them. 92 w. Clark St. Iii Filo Iroe Ery co., Thurston Taylor amp Thurston proprietors Albert Lea Minn. The favorite resort. I Oguilon and physical culture. Recitations Given for social gatherings and entertainments. Kates reasonable miss Mina black5ikk is still headquarter for. Oysters a a lunch or a full meal. \ Choice line of fruit tobacco cigars and confectionery always us hand All and see m. W. Sawyer. Railway time tables at Albert Lea Minn. At the opera House to night and tomorrow night prof. Pm cii10. A a fair of kids Quot january 2. Am lit pout or Ruk condition or no. No. No. No. To no. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. C. H. Amp St. P. Railway. Uovino Kast. For Chicago Kansas City and Peoria and a must. Louis. 4 for a bag Eil Bluffs. 94 freight for Austin. Iovino West. J for Wood seek and Mankato. 23 for Mankato Aud Jackson. Sid i relight. Fit a Jae Sou. 63 freight for Jackson. B., c. R. A n. Railway. U Ai a gift 33 p m i Titi p i Sioux City it 17 a m 4 17 p m Sisu a m 9 10 p m no. To. It no. 1 n o. It no. 34 no. It a no. 8 no. 4 Barrnes. Arrives. Departs. Departs. Arrived freight 1departs freight. Departs freight. Depart freight. Arrives freight. M. Amp St. L. Railway. Arrives. Arrives. Departs. Departs. Arrives freight i. Departs freight. Departs. Arrives. Port 1 01 0k trains. 2 15 p to ,. 5 98 a m. 2 35 pm .11 05 p m 12 3t p m. 10 90 a m 1 80 p m. It 0b a i. 9 45 p m 1 it p m 11 06 p m 3 15 pm fat 1ft a in. 7 Tou p m it u5 a in 6 it it a m 9 15 p us at Alhert Lea in the state of Minnesota at the Elose of business. Dee. 13th, lft95, Ukson k is. Loans and discounts1193,155.11 overdrafts secured and unsecured 5,util.90 v s. Roads to secure circulation12,500.00 stocks securities Etc. 2,ft48.47 ranking House furniture and fixtures. 0,561.1ft due from National ranks not Reserve agents.lr.ttk2.43 due from state ranks and rankers 5,000.00 due from approved Reserve agent 19,012.57 Cheeks and other Cash items. 346.sk note of other National hanks44o.u0 fractional paper currency Nickels and cents. 107.60 lawful Taney Reserve in Bank via specie. $16,092.90 Legal tender notes. 1,3ft 1,00 redemption fund Vav Ith 5 per cent of circulation total. 18,353.00 562.50 285,601.73 liabilities. No. 1 arrives. 2 55 pm no. It arrives. 53 5 a m no. 43 arrives freight. 5 15pui no. 2 departs. 1 55 pm no. It -departs.11 10 p m no. 4t�departs freight. 7 00 a m trains 5, it and 9 daily ail others daily except sunday. Trains i and 2 have Puii Viau sleeping ears Between Chicago and Cedar rapids and a Vestibule chair car Between Albert Lea and Chi ago via West Liberty and trains 5 and 6 Pullman sleeping ears Between St. Patti St. Louis and Chicago. Information regarding routes rates tickets Etc., will be furnished upon application to j. Vav. Kinsey agent. Capital Stock paid in. F50.000. M surplus fund. 10,000.00 undivided profits less expenses and taxes paid. National Bank notes outstanding. 10,950.00 dividends unpaid. 36.00 individual deposits subject to Check 57,187.19 demand certificates of Deposit. 3ft,,Fth time certificates of Deposit. 108,915.37 Cashiers Cheeks outstanding. Ft47.78 total. 6285,691.73 state of Minnesota. County of Freeborn is i August Paulson cashier of the above named Bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is True to the beet of inv knowledge and belief. August Paulson. Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 18th Day of december Fitio. Leroy o. Green. Correct attest notary Public Maiuu. Barry Jones Claus h. Fund h. O. Haukness. Directors. At Albert Lea. 12 m. Wheat. Harley. It it at s flour Best. Corn Fla potatoes May pork. Be sheep m Utton Beans Riekens. Turkeys. Butter Dairy. Butter Creamery. Eggs. Basswood. Oak. Maple. Hard it Oal Sofi a Oal Illinois. Soft Coal. Ifo Ekin for Kem Valley a new d Elt e m b e r 20,1 805. .49.30.25 12 a .15 #1.00 at 10 6/42 a$3.00 91.772/ #2.50 #2.50fe#3. A #1.00 .03 Cut to. ,05 j .18 6/ .25 .2ft.17 #4.00 i65.0096.00 j #7.50 a a. 95.00 i 9ft. 00 i waste a two go Todd a immediately Good help. Is girls at or. Rood wage to it the weather the past week has been very Bright and pleasant. December the times from now 1807. For $1.50. Till january 1. For Sale cheap a Small portable hand forge just the thing Quot for a farm. Has. Fores. Aldermen meet. In extra session. In response to a summons from the mayor the Council met at his office yesterday morning1 at ten of clock. Aldermen Brundin Skinner. Gilbert. And it j til Bra Nelson being present. Aid. Brun Din was elected president pro Tern. Aid. Gilbert reported that a the Bridge and dam were completed and in Good condition and. On motion it was voted that they be accepted As constructed. Aid. Filbert then offered a Resolution to the effect that the City clerk be authorized to Issue two warrants one j for #2.500. The other for 8285.20 both payable to the Gillette Iler zog co. For j construction of Bridge and dam As per f,1 i contract of oct. 22nd. The Resolution from. I. J. Hay. I. I of Minne Apo a i a i. A. ,. F was unanimously carried and and Lourn Lis. Will preach in the 1 resbvterian1 j is the month that makes you think of. House it. Vav Winter an som. Clothing Caps underwear Etc. Times office Over s Strauss clothing a store. Milton Wallace and had Stacy of Osage Iowa were Here this week to see their i Uncle. Or. Gibson who is very ill. If you have poultry. Before Selling. E. Foot a it o. 4t and 208, West Broadway is the place where you will Purchase your Church next sunday morning and evening. The interests of the Public demand that we Call your Especial attention to the offerings of tin Albert Lea mercantile co. This Issue. Merit followed. Choice half Section of land for Sale cheap Well improved two Miles East of Chandler Murray county. Minn. I will be in Albert Lea fora Short time. John a Quick. I the highest Cash prices poultry by e. Foot a co. Paid for it court proceedings. Smoke Island Home and Flor de a 5 cent cigars. T. J. Wank maker. Marriage licenses were granted the following during the week win f. Wanholz and Louisa t. Falls Frank Mudra and Josie Kucha. E. M. Bigelow wishes to rent tin Jake Larson House to some one who will buy tin furnishings which will be sold at once cheap. Now is the time to subscribe for the times. Send us your name before the year is out. Write us a postal card or Send word by your neighbor we want your name now. Tin Money can be paid when you Are in Tow n. Everything kept in a first Elass meat Market will he found at Brundin Bros. The ladies of the m. E. Church will hold a a paper Bazaar a in j. W. Smiths vacant building on Broadway to night. Fancy articles in paper for Sale. Supper served from 5 to 8 of clock. Tuesday tin Petit jury was excused j until the meeting of the adjourned term in january and since then but Little has been done. In the suit of Nelson Bros. Is. Frank Landis it. Al. Verdict was Given for the plaintiff the damages being placed at s100. The Case of j. W. Davis is. Charles 1 Grube was decided in favor of tin plaintiff with $55 damages but a stay of forty Days was granted. The jury found Gilson and Willard guilty of keeping gambling Dens and lined each $50 and costs. Willard asks for a new trial. In the East of state is. Michael Donahue charged with arson judge Why toe k ordered a verdict of not guilty because of Lack of evidence. At the Glove factory you can get cheap a Good Buck sheep Goat. Kid. Or mocha Glove or Mitten. C. A. Wilkenson receives hogs every Day during tin Winter and pays the highest Market Price. 2t Holiday goods for they Are Johnson amp Barragan first door sooth of Schleuder s. The Empire grocery a is Headquarters for nuts candies and Fine cigars. Special prices Given to sunday schools for. Christmas candies and nuts a it. Ii. Skaug is not out of the tailor-1 not it trick at All to buy Holiday goods. Ing business but is strictly in it. Cheap. Handsome reliable and in style. Try them. Many have and Are suited. New elegant and Wear Well you will find every article As represented All kinds of repairing Glove factory. An Effort is being made to no. L. I i i it is Here saturday to attend the Creamery meeting and Tell the Farmer what he knows about the business and there Are none who understand that Branch of farming better. We Hope he May come and no doubt he will if possible for him to do so. A Waseca ibid Cal. Clam Bouillon and other hot drinks at Sawyer s. Brundin Bros packing House is growing into an important institution j they Are killing about sixty hogs a Day. And have 200.000 pounds of pork j packed and in cold storage. Prices arc sure to Advance and they can look j Forward to a profitable year. For tint tailor made suits leave your measure with 11. Skaug. It is Only a question of place and j done at the i Price. The right place is where prices i and qualities Are right and that a where i your 50 cents or your 75 cents will do j the work that your Dollar can do else i where. If we say too much you will know where it is you probably know now. The Briggs drug co. Opposite Post office. W. W. J Oil Lis som a a co. Albert Lea Minn. There will la a Christmas tree at the i Sivc realist Church next tuesday evening. With songs and recitations by the sunday school and the follow ing musical program a the better lauds Streur i tki. Miss Simms a those evening a love i a a Calvary Hayden a Palms Quot Solo violin Solo. Miss Frost oysters and All kinds of fish always on hand at Brundin meat markets. The big elevator at Glenville burned to tin ground wednesday evening. The tire is supposed to have started in the to probably from friction. The Devator was shut Down at about five in in the evening and As the tire was not discovered until two hours later it must have been smouldering for some time. Between 8,000 and 9,000 by. Of Grain of Hiety Oats and Barley were consumed. The entire loss on machinery. Grain and building is 85,500. Covered by an insurance of $3,300. Or. Messinger announces that the stored Grain will to settled for As soon As the insurance is adjusted. It is Uncertain whether or not tin elevator will be rebuilt. A competent girl wanted to do housework Good wages paid. Inquire at this office. Real estate transfers. Albert Lea College notes. Times a Oreb Pondelee five new Sun dents Are expected next term. Miss Lormel spends her vacation at Home. Miss Faribault will spend the holidays in St. Paul. Miss Glasby will spend the holidays at Spring Valley. Miss Hill left last evening for Knightstown. Ind. Miss Tawney has gone to Canton s. Ifor the holidays. Examinations Are now a thing of the past and everyone is Happy. Prof. Olla Fern Keiffer left yesterday for her Home in Worster Ohio. The misses god Ward and others will remain Here during the holidays. Miss Edith Boyd will spend her vacation with relatives in the twin cities. Several of the Young ladies attended the shakespearean club at c. A. Ransom s last Friday evening. Rev. John Pringle of Minneapolis will deliver tin opening address at tin College tuesday morning Jan. 7. At 10 o clock. Grossup and Johnson s menagerie of educated animals was exhibited at the College last saturday evening. A wild Zinger la Quot and the a fairy Queen a were the principal attractions. The following will spend their Holiday vacation at Home the misses bar tui Campbell. Boycott. Conkie. My Martins. Mcpherson Lazek Earl Pope Grossup 11 age Burnham gun Lac Register. Davies Johnson and Howe. The b., c. R. Amp n. R. R. Business cards. John a. Lovely lawyer. Room 1, opera House Block. Albert Lea Minn. C. Wedge physician and surgeon Albert Lea Minn. Is 111 i. A Lement 8. Edwards attorney at Law w and City attorney. Office Over the Albert Lea mercantile co., Albert Lea Minn. I a e. Todd lawyer. Room 6, opera House i a a Block Allnut Lea Minn. Henry a. Morgan lawyer and county at-1 1 Torney. Office in Gulbrandson Block Broadway Albert Lea 51 inn. Convenient and accommodating j. Morton g. T. A p. A. Cedar rapids. A. Xiv. , piano Albert Lea Minn. Tuner full Loup a Gilbert real estate Loans Vij insurance and abstracts. Oftie West Side Broadway near court House Albert Lea Minn. P a. Blackmer m. D. Office East Side of a Broadway. Has neat and new Hospital facilities for Murgi Oal and chronic eases. Albert Lea 51 inn. Mark m. Jones real estate and Loans will buy real estate mortgages or City orders. Fire insurance in Best old line companies. Office in a duh bloc k. Hildert Lea National Bank general banking. Ii. D. Bbown president. D. R. P. 111 bus vice president. C. Kellas cashier. Albert Lea Minn. E. Foot a co. Want All the poultry they can get. And Are willing to pay the highest Market Price. 4t several Hundred loads of Oak Wood in poles grabbed one year ago for Sale on my farm on see. 36 Pickerel Lake. Paul e. Opp Krga a i. Knatvold amp Brown Bankers Church announcements. The following transfers were with the recorder during the ending december 20, 1895. Louisa i. Pierce and husband to Geo. W Bliss 2-3 so u see. 22. 101-23 win. Ii Walker and wife to Odd Fellows Lodge Alden lot 19. And South lot 20 in blk. I Village of Alden. Frank w. Barlow and wife to Michael Whelan it w q of lot 2ft in the City of West Albert Lea. G. Gulbrandson and wife to a. A. Nelson no be see. 1ft, t. U>4. K. Jas. Mcguire and w Ife to Brudt Larson so q be q see 30, t. 101, r. 21 Peter c Moe and wife to Christopher a 51oe. New use q Sec. 30. T. He r. 20owen a Sweet and w Ife to Edwin r Sweet no q. See. I t. 102, r. 23 m f Rumbf cult and wife to Harry r Jenson lot 39. Blk. 2, Morin Saddi to Albert Lea. Gisle Olson to mrs. Julia Dali Len lot 12. Bill. It. Halls add. Filed week it l ,633,33 392.00 500.00 475.00 1,000.00 3,500.00 300.00 700.00 Farmers take notice. The Farmers Mutual live Stock Union will ship Stock of All kinds every monday and any person wishing to ship can do so. The membership fee is one Dollar and the manager a. C. Sorenson will deduct same from the tirbs shipment and give certificate which entitles the Holder to All the benefits of said Union. It is purely Mutual and any shipper will get the Chicago prices less the Cost of shipping. Clark ii. , Sec. Baptist Church r. C. Mosher pastor. Sunday morning. Dec. 22, services at 10 30evening, 7 30, subject. A som girls who went to a Christian science service next sunday morning at 10 30. Subject. A the birth of j Esus. A sunday school immediately following. Friday evening meetings at 7.30. Public cordially invited. Universalist Church. Rev. Ii. C. Richardson pastor. Sunday morning dec. 1 22. Subject a the did. Did Story a in the evening will be Given the second of a series of lectures subject. A social j evils that v at the episcopal Church sunday j or. A. W. Bell of Seabury divinity school Faribault will conduct the services. In the morning 10 30. Prayer 1 Litany and Sermon evening. 7 30, prayer and address. Special services will be held on Christmas a v at 11 a. M. Albert Lea minx. Solicit accounts of Mech Nib and mechanics. Money to loan on notes and real estate Security. Interest paid on time deposits. Foreign Exchange sold on All european cities. Steamship tickets to and from All foreign ports. City and farm property for Sale. Of lamps Fine China. Glassware. Wall paper silverware toys school supplies. Notions Are Headquarters for men do not always agree but when they express their opinion of the Liose Dale Cigar they Are of one mind. Its the Best. Taos. J. Wank. Maker. Buy Early and avoid the Rush ,. Vav e still do business at the Clark 1 Street meat Market in connection with the favorite stand on Broadway where we have been doing business for the j past eighteen years. Brundin Bros. 1 remember our free lunch tickets ill be Given with purchases amounting to a pm or More. Trade at the Fullr store a. H. Squier. Proprietor. Albert Lea Low prices Jar to All Wjk Especial attention paid to collections. First rational Bank capital $50,000 surplus a $10,000 Hathy Jones president. August Paulson. Cashier. G. Gulbrandson vice president. A general banking business transacted. Interest paid 011 time deposits. Give a excl de directors h. O. Haukness. C. Ii. Flindt. G. Gulbrandson. Thos. A. V Gilsou. V. Gulbrandson. August Paulson. P. M. Joice. E. H. Rich. Harry Jones

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