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Albert Lea Freeborn County Times (Newspaper) - May 28, 1897, Albert Lea, Minnesota D. Hurd amp sons Glass Ware and crockery Fine China Flower pots All styles. Member the Library entertainment Benefit monday night. Literary and Musicale. Mrs. Minna Gordon Gould and mrs. Carrie Jacobs Bond. Every Public spirited citizen and every Lover of music and Reading will be present. For the Benefit of the Albert Lea Public Library next monday evening. Brin ? in your Ess is win. Wengert spent sunday at the Home of his parrots in Austin. They finish their course. And we will give you groceries crockery and dry goods in Exchange for them. A fishing party consisting1 of Towne A. Briggs S. Prentiss and or. J. M. Todd have tile week at Waterville. George w. Peterson and Henry Carlson f. Return to Albert Lea at the close of i heir year s work at columbian College take been speeding Brilliant records and their future Success is assured. I Hurd amp sons. Having finished their last year of Law rot. Clausen has engaged with an j at co Mihna Law College Washington orchestra at Omaha and will leave for a it c., gee. W. Peterson and Henry That City to Morrow. Carlson have returned to Albert Lea strictly ii and made harness Walso Branch shop at Hartland Minn everything a a to be found in a first class establishment. All repairing done on Short notice and at reasonable a a prices. In ii the weather has moderated somewhat and it is now confidently predicted that we Are to have a spell of warm weather vie fore Winter sets the ladies Aid society of the norwegian lutheran Church will meet at the Home of mrs. Elling Nelson on summer Street next thursday after i sors and fellow students and or. Peter noon june 3rd. # j son graduated from the classical course of the academic department with great or. Carlson Are two men record the Community is justly proud. Both were reared in this county both graduated from our City schools As valedictorians of their classes both attended the state University where their ability won for them an enviable position in the esteem of their i Oles l. H. Rosencrans Broadway agent for Standard Stock food. Albert Lea. Mark s. Woolaver formerly of this City and miss Minnie Johnson of new Richland were United in marriage Friday night at the Home of the Bride s parents in new Richland. Or. And mis. Woolaver visited friends Here monday while on their Way to Masou it it. Then future Home. Mod hid Chi to hmm your Wood. Coal and Mason s Sui pm e of is. K. Jacob in j Suer Sot to let w Hayes pair treatment and prompt i it Eli i guaranteed. Telephone sift. Railway time tables at Albert Lea Winn Honor having accomplished in three years the work for which four Veals is usually required. At the close of their work in the Academie department of the diversity or Carlson entered the Law office of a l. Rloyd of this its and or. Peterson spent two years As instructor in tin Albert Lea High school and a it superintendent of the schools at Chaska and his Success was such that had he remained in that profession he would surely have risen to a of prominence among tile dead that the people still loved them the country they redeemed and the old Flag with not a Cloud on its glory. I he soldiers that had died were not forgotten though dead they yet spoke Ana appealed to the living generation to hold Back the Republic from vice and Folly. The speaker said that the wars of Oiler nations were for Conquest All our wars were contests for principle and soldiers fought for a cause. The nation was sanctified and ennobled by the blood of a your heroes a it is in the nature of Man to sacrifice for his Fellowman. In this spirit our armies of the rebellion went to the front and died that the nation might live and have a new birth of Freedom. Lincoln was the Centre of the conflict and across his Cabinet table the angry surf a broke in a line of perpetual foam the speaker showed that Harmony Aud peace were again holding Sway Over our land a new South was dawning. A let the army of peace take the place of the Ai inv of our mighty dead. Let the living army speak to atone for the silence of the dead Soldier. At the close of the Sermon the audience Sang and were dismissed with the Benediction. College notes. In reminiscence. Position Nels Hill a character Well but unfavourably known was yesterday examined by judge Why took in open court a to his eligibility to citizenship in the i in tvs states but on the testimony of several witnesses to the professors and school men of inc fact that Hill has not always conducted j country. Not satisfied however with himself As a Law abiding citizen he j the somewhat limited sphere of the was refused citizenship and loses the pedagogue or. Peterson entered Tim right to vote. I Law department of the state i Nivea a i atty where he remained one Yeai when the L. S. C. Circle gave a pleasant he find or Carlf on went to washing Tea party at the residence of mrs. Liar j finish their College work at the Low last evening to the former A s. J columbian Law College sur l r. Gibbs from Monticello Minn., visits old friends Here and is greatly surprised in the changes that have taken place since he practice Medicine at Geneva thirty years ago. To. C. N. So St p. Railway. Ooi no Kast. No. To for Chicago Kalpas City and St. Louin Quot a in no 4 for Chicago Peoria Atta Council Bluffs. No. To freight for Austin a a no. 72 freight for Austin.,. Uotsu Quot est. Cit \ 8 till la in it 34 p to. 3 35 p toll 55 to in no i for Woonsocket Sioux and Mankato. No. S3 for Mankato and Jackson. A 4.zapw no a a freight for Jackson. A o it freight for Jackson. No ? it i Reight for Wells a in a in. To an p in to i it a in allot bet trains Dail Tex it it no Al daily s so 22 a chair eat Tot Imago my Ottumwa and Pullman sleepers from Ottumwa to Sas it try and St. Louis. No i a Austin to Quot Chicago Peoria and for info rotation As to rat Kau sleepers from Louis my tickets apply to h ii ii a islet agent. 15 dollars and sense. Any dental work that we do a ii for you is invariably of the High a i m est and Best order. Sex a in prices Are also invariably a a a reasonable and fair. \ of can a a is not find lower prices. Fib fit we know that you can More a. Easily pay higher prices but you a a cannot buy better than the Best a my w warn. No matter what you pay Taix our work has to be bests our in a a a guarantee covers that. I we give �?~-�?T5 per cent discount v., Jon All work done at our Albert leg Lea office until further notice. I lady assistant always in it a attendance scandinavian Lan Ai i Guage spoken. Up a a. Aaa a a a a a a a a a Brown amp Parker i the dentists. I a graduates. A alumni was formed with mrs. Godly As president mrs. Merrill As vice president mrs. Dwight As Secretary and mrs. Barlow As treasurer there Are four graduates this year who go to Waseca in july. Mis. Barlow mrs. Von Berg mrs. Hayden and mrs. Sulzer. The evening was spent in social Chat and an Eute tabling feature was the recital by mrs. Sulzer of an original poem on the Chau a qua. Funded by the inspiring influence of the United states supreme court. Confess and the great departments of the National government and among the libraries and Legal lore for w hic w Ashington is famous. At columbian the standing of both men is in line pith their former Brilliant records. Court proceedings. Court was called to order at 9 o clock a. In. May 25th. By R. Amp n. Railway. The i Kicak Hall Hock Akiu Ink time. Or Hains Tim to us Iii a. Al it in effect a 23. I sic to pit a for i re of f no a Liger in by no by no i i by no. La a ii i to 111ni i in. South ii i 55 j to. 5 a a la j Iila 8 15 p in pc i a p in no. 1702. A port of til t omit Ion of Tan no h0i ti1. U k a y i passe ii Ger no. 2 h a gel no. T from get no. 8 a no. To a freight no. I a daily by daily except in inlay. It t ruins so ova at hit Vii i Arr in a Ben pro Kiel with tickets Fin Imp it gees2 an p o Iii an it in i in p Iii s ii a Iii 5 to a Aipa lie led i a a Ortheil to in i amp troller of the currency for the Elose of a i i 18th i o i e n sell ii est a i Al is n o. No. A. No. No. N o no no no. I be. Fat no 43 no. 2 no. 6 no. It tra sunday St St. L. Railway. Arrives. Arrives. A arrives. Ile parts. Depart a departs. Arves freight. Depart freight. Foht Dodo Theiss. Arrives. Arrives. Arri is freight i. Departs. Darts. Depart freight it. Say Aud 9dati> Ai other 50 p Tati 30 p at i. R p in 2 30 pm. 6 00 a in. 5 15 a m 6 a p in 6 05 am. 2 10 p in 5 02 a in 4 45pm2 10 p in. Limo p in i of a in Dally except Loans and securities. In end rafts. In s. Bonds Ami Premium. Banking House Aud Furui Tun a Cashous hand Ami due from other Banks. It. A redemption fund with i Quot. S. Treu r. Or. E. S. Gibbs of Monticello spent a Day or two the fore part of the week visiting old friends in this City. The doctor is a brother of Hon. John l. Gibbs and Lucius Gibbs of Geneva and came Down to attend the Lune a1 of his aged Mother which occurred last week. In the Winter of 1856-7 he taught school in Albert Lea and was Able to recognize his old school House in the East half of Charley Johnson s Blacksmith shop. Ile studied Medicine with or. Wedge Aud was a classmate of or Lda Comei at College. For about a year after or. Gibbs graduated he practice in Geneva or Carlson who was famous at the when he removed to Monticello Wiere Minnesota University As a debater Aud i he has built up a flue a to. Ile sex arlime tartan though a new Man at i presses great Surprise at the rapid la College was appointed to take changes that have taken place in this int co Liege ii a j la Only in the last thirty years. There j no houses then South of Nelson times correspondence the Bible club is to be entertained at the College this evening. Miss Frazer of Lyle an old a. L. C. Student visited at the College from Friday until wednesday. Or. Merrill of Minneapolis stayed at the College during the Christian Endeavor convention of last week. Saturday of this week is to be a Holiday. This is because of the fact that it is to be observed As memorial Day in the City. Friday evening miss White entertained the students of the College at a five o clock Tea. The girls report a most enjoyable time. A week ago saturday evening the y. Vav. C. Agave a social in the College Parlours. The girls appeared in fancy costumes this adding much to the enjoyment of the evening. Light refreshments were served. Monday evening the misses Burnham and Conkey gave their graduating recital at the presbyterian Church. All who were there Are glad to have heard it and nothing but words of Praise can be Given to the Young ladies and mrs. Strong. Saturday evening the doors of the College were thrown open to the visiting the Christian Endeavor convention. After being escorted Over the building the guests were taken to the dining room where supper was served. The College is please to hate had the Opportunity of welcoming these visitors. To i a i liabilities a trains i and shave Pullman sleeping oar u Chicago and cellar rapids Ami a Vest i by a elm1 r car Albert Lea and Chicago. A West Liberty Ami trains 5 and 6 Pullman in Ping ears Between St i aul St Louis and Dieago. Information regarding routes rate to Wettels Etc. Will be furnished upon application to j w. Kinsey agent. T Al Tai and in plus. Cadi idea profits net Cir Cinal my. I id ends unpaid time deposits demand Deposit demand Deposit total. Correct attest in k i to i he. J w. Smith in d. A Novas i it i Rector from id in id to Ais from other Bauk s23l.0hl.79 1,310.29 13.312.50 s.300.u0 i 27.915.77 a Kun 385,182.85 55.00 1.oo 3.532-54 11 2.i >0 >6.0o 151,535.28 115, i 17,887.8 #392.081.64 it. Kellar Ashier. Important to steam users. The Arak sets at Albert Lea 12 m., May 28, 1897 wheat. A. Barley. Oats. Corn. Flax. Flour cwt. Bran per to amp a. A. Shorts per ton. Pork. Beet. Sheep Mutton. Lambs. Calves veal. Chickens live. Turkeys live. Blitter. Egg. Bas we i Good. Oak. Maple. Soft Coal. Illinois. Soft Coal Bocking a Alley Wool. Fluff .62 .15 0.21 .13 0,. 15 .18 .60 2.40 it a #8.00 f a of $3.00 82 at. 3 of $3 a 3.51 #4 505 $5.1 3-0 $3 50 .06 ,0/761 of in n m 94.50 #5.5. 6.5 4.50 5.50600 7.10 we Call your attention to a really Good thing where it you eau save from 33it to 50 per Cut. And More of the steam used. Iii prevents waste and saves fuel meaning that much to to saved. Carev s Asbestos Ria Gnesia removable steam pipe and boiler coverings do All this Aud More too. They Are the Best coverings for the least Moue. By Means of their use steam eau in conveyed without any loss of efficiency whatsoever to a Distant Point of utilization through cold rooms or out of doors steam is delivered dry Aud at its initial Ladler pressure to engines pumps Etc., thus producing far More satisfaction than by working wet steam and condensation in them. Time. Fuel and Money is saved. They pay for themselves in a very Short time. Being tire proof insurance risks arc reduced. Many tunes tiles coverings save additional boiler installation. Samples and prices eau be had at our w Ork. A orders promptly filled. Enterprise Iron works. The first Case called was that of Carri Knudson is. Board of supervised town of Riceland. The jury returned a verdict of 8175 for the plaintiff. Court adjourned until 8 30 wednesday morning Ami a failed to order promptly at that hour. The Case of Albert Latusick is. N t. Davies it a1, was continued by Eon sent. Mat of Minnesota is. Has. Kief de fondant enters a plea of not guilty in each ease. Stat of Minnesota is. Jessie i Ritz defendant withdraws his plea of not guilty and enters plea of guilty As charged in the indictment. State of Minnesota is. Matt Nelson withdraws former plea of not guilty and enters plea of guilty. In the ease of Dias. Morrison is. Dennis ii arty the jury returned a verdict for the plaintiff in the sum of is. Dias. Rathburn is. City of Albert Lea continued by consent. State of Minnesota is. Robt. Brown with draws former plea of not guilty and enters plea of guilty. In the other criminal cases the defendants plead guilty. State of Minnesota is. Lucius Vars continued until next term. M. Reynolds is. O. J. Connor continued by consent. At 9 of clock May 28th. The following offenders were sentenced by judge win lock Matt Nelson is years old grand larceny second degree 2 years hard labor. Robert Brown 19 years old robbing Ami grand larceny state reformatory until discharged by Law. Jesse fritz., age 19. Robbing and grand larceny. State reformatory until discharged by Law. Lames Casey age 28, forgery second degree Stillwater 2 years hard labor and one year hard labor at the expiration of first term on second indictment. Cha. Reef age and opponents were Strong was the Only address that received Especial notice by the Washington papers. Or. Peterson has always been a close student of latin and roman Law and in addition to Hie regular senior work at columbian he prepared a thesis on the subject. Quot comparative jurisprudence and the roman Law in appreciation of whose excellence the College bestowed on him the Segiet of master of arts. Aside from their special work. Peterson and Carlson finished the regular course of the College with High Honor and on complying with Law for All practitioners to a the examination of the Minn. Mate Board they will be formally admitted to practice Law in the courts of this state. Both men Are possessed with that Broad general education Nee Essary to Success in the practice of Law a both Are endowed with unusual mental Force of Strong physique and indomitable Energy and above All. They Are profoundly impressed with the seriousness of life and the responsible relation which their chosen profession bears to human Liberty and happiness. With such natural endowments and faithful intelligent preparation these Young men cannot fail to win that Success and prominence which is always the Reward of ability honestly applied. Their Entrance into their profession is most auspicious Aud the times wishes them Good Fortune and god peed. Part in this great College debate and. I county in the last thirty years. Though the speeches of his colleagues were ,. was vet his i Bros. Store a. J. Luther s House was out in the country and the doctor used to Hunt ducks where the Burlington Railroad Yards Are now located. The old school House was the last building on the West Side of town. Or. Wedge s office was up stairs Over Frank Halls store where the Post office is now. All the flour for the whole country around was ground at Ruble s Mill and the merchants Drew their goods from Austin and Owatonna. The Farmers lived in leg houses Aud had Straw Bains. The contrast in the farm buildings was the most noticeable of anything. I he Only things that have not changed Are the old Webber House barn and David Colvin s stories. Or. Gibbs returned to his Home at Monticello tuesday and his Many friends Here wish him a Long life and continuance of Prosperity. Memorial services. Albert Lea bindery and Blank Book manufactory. Times printing office have you called at Hewitt s new feed store on Clark Street nothing better nothing half so Good As Rocky Mountain Tea. Thousands a so. 26, Stillwater 2 years hard labor and year hard labor at the expiration of first term on second indictment. Farmers meeting. Held at the presbyterian Church sunday at a Rev. Richardson delivers the ter noon. Sermon. The Farmers Mutual live Stock Union will hold its annual meeting on monday june 7th, at the court House for the purpose of electing officers for the ensuing year and transacting any other business that May come before the meeting. 2-29 Ii. Dills Sec. Memorial services were held in the presbyterian Church sunday afternoon the audience chamber was Well filled Aud there was a Large contingent of g. A. R. And w. R. C. Present. The services were opened with a patriotic selection by the mixed quartet and after the usual formalities of a religious service the audience was favored with a duet by the misses Blackwin Aud an Derson. Rev. Richardson then stepped Foi Ward and delivered in an impressive manner a discourse entitled Quot our he Roe the Sermon was marked by great rhetorical Beauty and patriotic thought and the close attention Given the speaker showed that the Audi once was in sympathy with him. He spoke of decoration Day a sacred to the memories of soldiers living and died. I j West at his Home in this City at la of clock May 25,1897,of kidney trouble and asthma. Daniel w. Hayes aged 55 years 5 months and 22 Days. Deceased was born dec. 2, 1841, in Sawger Tifis new Vork and moved to Lone Rock. Wis., in 1857, and enlisted at that place in the sixth in Iseo sin Battery Light artillery dec. 23, 11 3, Anil served until the close of Hie War. He was married to miss Helen Giles in i,s�6. Three children were born to them. Charley Willie and Jennie Willie dying when Only is months old. In 1874 they moved to Albert Lea where they have since resided. For nearly 24 years or. Hayes has resided in our midst and has even been held in the highest esteem. In his death the g. A. R. Have lost a Brave and Noble Comrade the family a kind and Loving father and the City an up ight. Honest citizen. The funeral services were conducted from the E. Church under the direction of Robson Post thursday afternoon and with drooping Banner in silent March they performed the last sad office to the dead. Academy notes. Miss Ella Thompson spent sunday with miss Ada Towley. Or. Landsrud of Lake Mills called on his son a. E. Last week. Miss Minnie Teslow spent sunday with her parents in Hayward. Prof. L. S. Swenson was a Minneapolis visitor last tuesday Aud wednesday. Miss Gunhild Olson took supper with miss Emma Knatvold saturday evening. It is rumoured that one of our old graduates is to be married tonight of so we extend congratulations. A game of Ball was played Here last saturday afternoon Academy is. Manchester resulting in a defeat for the Home team. The faculty spent last sunday afternoon in the country taking dinner with Rev. In j. Strand. All report an excellent time. A sociable and musical for the Benefit of the piano fund was Given at the Academy last Friday evening and was largely attended by students and other friends of the school. It was a Success financially and otherwise. Commencement exercises of Luther Academy will take place june to. The following pupils will graduate from the different departments academic Josephine Jor Dalil Louisa Jordahl Ida Wangen Louisa Hendrickson. Sena i Kines Rosy 11 Apson. Ellend Fretheim l. P. Hanson Theo. Anderson. Commercial Edith Watt Inga Hauson Emma Knatvold Carl Schwandke Arthur Johnson. Shorthand Edith Watt Jens Jor Dalil Conrad Isaacs. Orations will be Given by each one in the academic class and the commercial and shorthand classes will be represented by miss Watt and messes. Jor Dahl and Schwandke. Horse news. Agents wanted. Salesmen wanted by the Northwest pm Nursery co. A first class Opportunity for Young men with snap Energy Aud ability. Good pay to the right men. For particulars address Nourr ii Western Nursery co., 20.41 Albert Lea. Minn rare bit cigars at saw Erin Wood s celebrated Brood Mare Dame of Parson whose record is 2 10 Fairmont mina., and Biddie Broil whose record is 26x4, Minneapolis. Minn., were bred to Bonnie Wil Liore last week. Will More is owned by Walker amp Stacy of this City and is the Only horse in the world that has beaten Nancy Hanks a mile in a race. C. P. Rathburn tool his two Fine trotting horses Addie 27 q and a your Billie a a a four year old sired by gov. Merriam to Austin monday. The june races under the auspices of the Austin trotting association will be held in that City june i 2 and 3 and or. Rathburn Hopes to carry away his share of the prizes. Church announcements. Universalist Church Rev. Ii. C. Rich Ardson pastor sunday morning May 30, subject a religion and Christian science service next sunday morning at 10 30, subject Faith must be proved by Christ like works experience meetings every Friday evening at 7 30. All Are cordially invited

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