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Albert Lea Freeborn County Times (Newspaper) - November 15, 1895, Albert Lea, Minnesota Freeborn Cotty times november 15, 1895, o Hurd amp sons have a new and Complete. Stock at your disposal. Why seek elsewhere for just what we have and at lowest prices possible. M a a Quot v a Al 8 Complete line of crockery glassware j ust received Send away for goods. Save Money and buy Here. elegant silk shades cheap. Don t Hurd amp sons Albert Lea Minn. If you Are in need of medical treatment for any chronic or surgical disease you can be More comfortable and recover More quickly at. Tie Albert be it i Hospital. Than at your own Home j. M. Todd a d., in to Praetor. A a t a the most Complete Plant in the Northwest we make the hardest brisk in the state. By actual test our Brick crush at 8,000 pounds to the Square Inch. This is nearly twice the strength required by u. S. Jove raiment contracts. Oar soles mis year show people know o Good tiling Lei flier see ii we also make a specially of farm Drain tile 23t�?T�?T Farmers can now save the freight on tiling. Give uts a calf general hardware windmills charter Dak Cook stoves Elmhurst heating stoves cutters. Sleighs Gulbrandson Bros. Our new Babcock press. This Cut is an exact picture of our new Babcock steam press. With this elegant machine we can print two thousand impressions of the times every hour. It is Safe to say that there is not a press in Southern Minnesota that can hold a Candle to it for Beauty and finish. We invite All of our friends and that Means everybody to come in and inspect it. Our Job presses Are of the latest and newest patterns and Are Well Worth seeing. Everything in the office is bran new. We have a Fine display of electric lights and All in All our office is a Hummer. To succeed Jackson Rumor says Secretary Carlisle is slated .7 the report of general Miles. To fill to a present vacancy Are la Lent plan changed by the recent Flection in Kentucky vacancy in the Cabinet to be Given to Charles s. Fairchild. Washington nov. 18.�?the Post says Secretary Carlisle May be appointed to the supreme court Bench to succeed the late Justice Jackroy. Some time ago the president had practically fixed a Jim judge peek am of the new York court of appeals for the place. All these plans however a said to have been changed by the recent elections. Had Kentucky elected a democratic legislature it was confidently expected that or. Carlisle would on the 4th of March 1897, step from the Cabinet into the Senate. This anticipation cannot now be realized. The to political revolution in Kentucky has also materially affected or. Carlisle s chances for the presidential nomination As Well As greatly reduced the advisability of being a candidate with the Odds so largely against the democrats. Prefer a judicial position. Under these circumstances the political future has Little attraction for or Carlisle besides which his tastes and desires Lead him naturally to a judicial position. He has been so Loyal to the president even to the extent of sacrificing to some extent his prestige in his own state that his appointment to the supreme court would not Fie questioned should or. Carlisle leave the Treasury his place Wall undoubtedly be filled by a new York Man and Charles s. Fairchild is said to have been practically determined upon for the position. . Fairchild has already occupied the Post of Secretary of the Treasury and is thoroughly familiar with tie duties of the office. The annexation of stated that it May yet become an accomplished fact. St. Paul nov. 14.�?a special to the Pioneer press from Washington says the annexation of Hawaii is Likely to be accomplished at an Early Date. A joint Resolution will be introduced requesting the president to negotiate a treaty of annexation with the government of Hawaii. This Resolution will have the Sanction of the president of the hawaiian Republic and of the new hawaiian minister to this capital or. Hatch. Still More important it will have the approval of president Cleveland. Will be submitted to a vote. The Resolution As introduced or amended will provide that if the president concurs and the government of Hawaii be willing the schem of annexation shall include a sub Jession of the question of joining the Quot american Union to the voters of the islands. In this form president Cleveland wiil agree to the Resolution and willingly undertake the Wrork of negotiating a treaty. No doubt is of it by hawaiians of influence that their government will be glad to negotiate such a treaty and that when the question is submitted to the suffrage of the hawaiian people it will be carried by a Larue majority. Representative hawaiians say annexation can be carried if the question is put to a vote and they Are very anxious for a submission of the question. Expect a hard fought Battle insurgents and spaniards will probably really fight. Madrid nov. 14.�?dispatches received Here from Havana say that the insurgent Leader Roloff is at Sigunda province of Santa Clara awaiting Maximo Gomez at the head of a Force of insurgents and with the intention of advancing upon the pity of Santa Clara the Headquarters of Captain general Martinez de Campos who is know Fri to be preparing to give Battle to the combined insurgent forces. Campos is now on his Way to Sigunda and a most important engagement is expected. Gomez a changed his tactics. Gomez recently changed his tactics of attempting to tire out the Spanish troops owing to the decision of the cuban revolutionary Assembly in new York which is understood to consider it urgent that the insurgents bring about a decisive engagement with the troops in order that the revolutionists May obtain recognition As belligerents upon the part of the United states. Four new gunboats have arrived in cuban writers to take part in the blockade of the coast of that Island. Was boarded by spaniards. The american Brig Harriet g searched in cuban water. New York nov. 12.�?the american Brig Harriet g arrived at quarantine from Neuvitas Cuba. The Harriet g is owned by mosle Bros of this City and trades regularly Between new York and Neuvitas. She sailed from this port on aug. 29 last and reached Neuvitas on sept. 19, where she discharged her cargo. oct. 8 a Spanish officer with several soldiers boarded the Brig and made a through search for a Large Quantity of arms which the Spanish officers had been informed were on Board the vessel. The Brig was ransacked from Stem to Stern but no arms were found. The Spanish officers went so far As to demand that Captain Miller remove from below All his Anchor chains. This the Captain refused to do and the officers were reluctantly forced to leave the vessel. The United states Consul was on Board at the time but could do nothing. Judge Thurman much hotter. Columbus. O., nov. 11.�?allan w. Thurman says of sex senator Thurman a illness a father is very much better. It is perfectly astonishing to see his improvement. If he does not have a relapse i would not be surprised to see him get Uncle same i army shown to be in excellent condition. Washington nov. 12.�?the annual re it of general Miles commanding the army has been made Public. The personnel is shown to be in excellent condition Well instructed efficient and attentive to duty. Liberal appropriations Are required for Public buildings at the poets Many of which Are out of repair. General Miles believes that the peaceable conditions now existing among the various Indian tribes is largely attributable to the presence of troops at suitable Points and to the admirable conduct of the experienced army officers w to have been placed in charge of the principal agencies. While it is economical and desirable to have the Reserve forces of the army near the great centers of communication general if Iles urgently contends that these Points should be selected solely for their strategic value. Special clothing owing to our unusually Large preparations for supplying our extensive patronage we prepared one of the largest and most Complete stocks of Al ii go they knew All the secrets. A a a Northern were i movement. Ever shown Here in Albert Lea. Although our clothing floor has been extended Twenty feet we Are still pressed for room and to move rapidly our surplus Stock big lots of clothing will go at the following remarkable Low figures official of the great foaled on a. H. U. St. Paul nov. 9.�?there appears no longer to due any doubt that the strike on the great Northern is a thing not that is Over hut that will not materialize. There is no evidence wanting to show the truth of this statement and the most natural explanation is that even if the members of the a. R. U. Have at any time thought it possible to secure a vote to strike from a majority of their lodges the prompt decisive action of the great Northern management forestalled such a possibility by making the first move. In the general offices of the great Northern Road advices have been received Foi some time Back of the every action taken by every Lodge along the entire system. Great Northern i grateful. . Cloud Minn., nov. 10.�?an official bulletin has been posted by the great Northern Here signed by the general manager c. H. Warren thanking the employees for their Many expressions of loyalty to the interests of the company and assuring them that the same Are highly appreciated. The bulletin also that those who have been quietly attending to their duties will be remembered. 2ts8 uts 7235, 9919 .$4 of lots 7479. 0407.87 00 8 009 00 lots 0470. 03195 00 lots 3440, 6281 lots 3470, 2595lots 8287. 82800 i lots 7479, 7592 is 0.00 Lolo to 8831, 3107 .s3 00 j lots 7000. 8933. To 2060. 62244 00 lots 4241. 4991. The Railroad was Defeated. Supreme court decision affecting great Northern land interests. Washington nov. 14.�?the supreme court has decided the Case of c. A. Weeks against Coleman Bridgman appealed from the Minnesota supreme court. Chief Justice Fuller delivered the opinion and sustains the court below. The great Northern Road As beneficiary of certain acts of Congress was interested in the Case Auu opposed the claims of the defendant in error who acquired title through George f. Brott a mail contractor. The court holds to the same doctrine As in Barden is. Northern Pacific and the Railroad company loses. Wisconsin it apportionment. Madison wis., nov. 12.�?the proposed reapportionment of Wisconsin into Senate and Assembly districts under the census of �?T95 has been completed by Secretary Turner of the legislative committee and will be submitted to the committee at its meeting nov. 25. The City of Milwaukee is not included As an ordinance changing the Ward boundaries of that City is now pending before its common Council which makes it necessary to delay apportionment there for a fax pro ident Harrison will preside. New York nov. 14.�?officials of the presbyterian Board of foreign missions announce that sex president Harrison will preside at the meeting in the interest of foreign missions at Carnegie Hall next Friday evening. Sex Secretary of state John w. Foster and Rev. Francis Clark D., of Boston will be the speakers. Latest Market reports. Lots 4722, 4707lots 6967, 88615 00 6 00 s 7 8 x 00 lots 4030. 6005 lots 3234, 3941 9 00 10 00 children a Jersey Sailor suits Worth $5.�� for $2.s� a the warmest most comfortable and becoming child a suit made. Everything up to Date. Everything receives our strictest guarantee. Prepare to be pleased when buying of the Skaug clothing co. All it Ert Lyen Sailim summary of the weeks news Minneapolis Grain. Minneapolis nov. 14, 1895. Wheat november closed at 5334c december 5234c May 56>f 3657c. track no. 1 hard 54c no. 1 Northern. 58 4c no. 2 Northern a 234 Duluth Grain. Duluth nov. 14, 1895. Wheat Cash no. 1 Bard 5534c no. 1 Northern 54c no. 2 Northern 5134 $ 4934c no. 3 Spring 4934@46c rejected 86 a4534c. To arrived no. 1 hard 55c no. 1 Northern 54>4c november no. 1 hard 55c no. 1 Northern 54c december no. 1 hard 5434c no. 1 Northern 5834c May no. 1 Northern 69c. St. Paul Union Stock Yard. South St. Paul nov. 14, 1895. Hogs Market stronger. Good outside demand. Range of prices 3.20 3.40.cattle Light stockers and heavy feeders firm and Active medium weight steers slow common Butcher stuff and canners slow and weak fat cattle steady calves firm. Sheep quiet and steady. Receipts hogs 2,10u cattle 250 calves 39 sheep 2>. Chicago Union Stock Yard. Chicago nov. It 1895. Hogs Market Active and prices steady to Shade lower. Sales ranged at $3.40@3.75 for Light $3.46@3.75 for mixed $3.3i@3.80 for heavy packing and shipping lots $3,35@ j.50 for rough. Cattle Market Active Best grades Shade higher. Beeves $3.10<g5.0q cows and heifers $1.30 a3.50 Texas steers $2.60@3.35 westerns $2.80@3.95 stockers and feeders $2.20@3.50. Sheep Market Active 10c higher. Receipts hogs 42,000 cattle 12,000 sheep 16,000. Chicago Grain and provision. Chicago nov. 14, 1895. Closing prices. Wheat november. 57>4c december 5734c May 6i%@6334c. Corny november 2934c december 2?34c May 2934�?� a Oats november 1834c december 1834c May 2034c. Pork november $8.05 december $8.15 january. $9.0734 May $9 4234 Friday nov. 8. San Francisco merchants complain that existing freight rates prevent them from competing with St. Louis and Chicago. A seventh Day adventists were acquitted in Rhea county Tennessee of the charge of creating a nuisance by working on sunday. The remains of the late mrs. James b. Eustis wife of the american ambassador to France have arrived at Louisville from Europe. J. W. Codman died at Chicago Friday. The verdict of the Coroner s jury was that or. Codman killed himself while temporarily insane. Deceased was a relative of president Cleveland a wife. The Kaffir securities have steadied again and financial seers have again commenced conjecturing upon the length of time which will elapse before the speculation therein will w ind up with a big crash. Saturday nov. 9. Mrs. May Brick has been transferred from Woking prison to Aylesbury jail. Rear Admiral Robert w. Schufeldt retired died at his Home in Washington. . Donaldson Smith the african explorer has cabled to his friends that he is Safe. Teemer the St. Louis oarsman won the half mile dash at the Austin regatta. Ambassadors of the Powers warned the Sultan that unless disturbances Are immediately stopped the Powers will take turkish affairs into their own hands. A special dividend of 5 per cent in addition to the regularly quarterly dividend has been declared by the liquidating trustees of the Standard Oil company. / John r. Gentry was ignominiously beaten by Joe Pate Hen at Richmond a. Pate Hen won the first two heats easily in 8 15 4 and 2 15. Gentry was distanced in the second heat and withdrawn. _ monday nov. 11. Butte Street car company is doubling its tracks. The new Pabst theater at Milwaukee was formally opened saturday night. It is perfect in every particular. The president has appointed Arthur k. Delaney of Alaska United states District judge for Alaska. Two chinese lepers have arrived in new York and the health authorities Are on a wild Hunt for them. The British Steamer Mineral from Zoa ritas Coal Laden for san Francisco has been burned and is a total loss. At the annual meeting of the Texas Wool growers association Strong resolutions declaring for a protective Tariff on Wool were adopted unanimous la. A severe earthquake Shock has been experienced at Katuna Greece. Chicago electric railways Are preparing to run funeral trains to the cemeteries. Fire Damp caused an explosion at the winning Colliery at Blackwell eng. Seven persons were killed. J. S. Williams was convicted at Carrollton mo., of trying to bribe a Talesman in the first Taylor murder trial. The state department Lias about ready to Issue a volume on highways of Commerce compiled from consults reports. Will Streigle a Young lawyer of Springfield mo., and his wife were arrested on charges of robbery and arson. Superintendent Frank Levis of Tho Illinois Glass works at Alton was arrested for alleged violation of the child labor Law. Eastbound shipments from Chicago last week w Ere 80,808 tons against 83,-081 for the preceding week and 44,965 for the corresponding week of last year. Wednesday nov. 13. Chairman Hinckley says that mugwumps caused the defeat of the democrats in new York the Kansas Corn crop is estimated to have been 201,457,000 bushels or an average crop of 24 bushels per acre. Peter Maher who Defeated Steve of Donnell monday night challenges any Man in the world to fight for the championship. Mrs. Hannah Gozinski and Joseph , were married at la Crosse wis. Each has 17 children making a United family of 36 persons. The 13th annual Baptist Congress opened at Providence r. I., tuesday with a Large attendance of delegates from All parts of the country. Based on the sales for the past two months the wages of the 20,000 Sheet Mill workers of the United states have been advanced 2 per cent for november and december. _ thursday nov. 14. The Battlefield of Bull run is to be Cut up into town lots and truck gardens. . Fraker is confined to his bed in jail at Richmond mo., with Bright s disease. The Cambria and Lillie mines at Negaunee mich., Idle since july 15, have started up. William Lamoreaux of grand rapids mich., known As the a bean King a committed suicide. Smallpox is reported spreading in Mississippi county ark., where 8ix deaths have occurred. Cattlemen along the Little Missouri in South Dakota Are greatly annoyed by rustlers. Organizations of regulators Are being formed and a few Lynch Ings Are Likely to occur. Thomas Treadwell Stone D., the oldest graduate of Bowdoin College and one of the oldest ministers in the country is dead at the age of 95

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