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Freeborn County Standard (Newspaper) - January 22, 1896, Albert Lea, MinnesotaOre Stamford. ALBE HT LEA. MINN. W RPVRADAY. .TAN BV ll. O. HAY. CA II I, VLK H. DAY, Associate. [ One of our exchange* wisely discuss* #8 the propriety of calling young un* married women Miigeis. The idee is correct; it needs no discussion, ('rill them All Angels, mauled and single. I hey Hie the only aug Is a good many are likely ever to see. •(.HCKTPHON $1 St A ! KAH IN ADVANCE Kmtb*«i< bi the Postoffice in Athort!,** a* sec- tirt Class run)I mottor. 1'he war scare seems to have become frightened at its own shadow. Hob Ingersoll once said that “Cuba is the smile of the sea." Hut it is now bravely turned to grief and tears. The famous old Libby prison building in Chicago has proven unprofitable as a museum of war relics and is being need as an ice skating rink. the majonty in congress pretend that they are opposed to issuing bonds in time of peace. Are they? Then w hy don’t they put a stop to it. They have the votes. ( ampos has resigned, an admission F failure, and now a more bloodthirsty war policy against tile Cubans is to he bt A I rue Picture of Mrs. Lease. I Hat every radical or Independent I political leloimcr is viliNtd by the I jackals of the pre*s that stands for I plutocracy and which opposes justice i to the masses and the lighting of the evil* of government, is illustrated in | the case of Mrs. Lease, of Kansas, she is admittedly the most splendid woman, the most at le Mild poterft person- of failure, and now a more bloodthirsty | JSSi5i!*« T J ,h*‘ °J l,lls J 1 WU ll IT) it cot oi the world, aud \el ,    ,    cause    She has the ability and OO nr- tried. I ins is a good time for I’acle ' Hge to cliampion reforms that years ago she with unerring wisdom predicted were essential to the perpetuity of flee iiiHtituiions, to liberty ami the welfare and happiness of Hie people she has been libelled and ridiculed by the daily press and held up to the contempt ut mankind as a creature both dishonest and debased and a veritable virago. Nile attended the convention of the peoples’ party league iii Minneapolis last week, w here she made several inspiring addresses and was accorded a welcome such as any public man would he proud of, hilt which few are able to command. The Minneapolis I inies thus describes her: "It is interesting to note that the Minneapolis reporters have found a different Mm, Lease from the one so often pictured by the caricaturists The interviews with Mrs. Lease in Popular Want Column A roe Centi per Line Sack Insertion. _AotAtnv    less    than    rt/trm    Venin. mint, Nam to change his policy also and accord the patriots equal rights and favor iii their struggle for freedom. During the brilliant oratorical effort of one of the lawyers in a suit in a Minneapolis couit last week oo n* (,ne jurors fell asleep and snored so loudly that he disturbed the trial and the judge dismissed him from the case. Nuch an arbitrary interference with the comfort of a juror is mighty embarrassing and mean, and if anybody thinks it a good joke let him go to sleep and snore on a jury and he w ill feel bow it is for himself. A thing that impresses the beholder J J**}    JAN.    IT,    IN    Tine    ai KRETH KATIS PKT BUBON, I osi BV RN I NU op UKC Is on I J running uue «outb it aii»>rt Uh, (•Kin overe at Reward will liegiven. ST A NI) Villi .(file*.    *    ‘ Road a ('thin LcHV* ut ft. lf KOI Mi. Order for Hearing and Hotter of Ap lilleaiIon for Appointment of Admlnlwtrator. 1 ^°T ftWlfllll isnw rrufciuOoirt, aalii term, Jan auth, eeVwd.* M th* *M*‘® ** jBn>M    <(e- On reedit)# and mine th* porn on of o. a bwejt/.er, of Freeborn Oouotjr Minnesota, rep resenting, anion# otto sr th In en, (ho Jams* John L'OUNI) At i OI st BOOK HK!WBKN HAN (Ilia ......  a"d    '"'luira    at The lower house of congress greeted the chaplain's prayer Friday morning with a round of applause. A chaplain that can arouse the present house even to the action of applauding earns his salary. I x-pievident Harrison is soon to marry Mrs. Dimmick, a niece of his I ite w ife, a handsome widow of lo. He is only tUa and both are of an age to know how best to appreciate connubial joys. In a recent nterview senator Allison says he does not expect the present congress to accomplish anything. Why, then, docs not lie use his influence to have it adjourn, or Is the welfare of Hie Country utterly undeserving of patriotic consideration? most of all is the intense non-uctivitv I Minneapolis have been written in of congress—the strenuous endeavor to do nothing and to do it ungracefully, says an exchange. In his biography of Lincoln, Ward Damon mentions the same state of things just before the war, and apparent complete incapacity of congress to lift a finger to prevent Reriefous mind." the ship of state from drifting into the maelstrom. Is it a lack Of leaders or statesmanship or is it a masterly Inactivity really for the best of the country T* flattering vein,-and the reporters have found Hie famous Kansas woman “a pretty good fellow." “The Tribune" reporter who talked with lier described her as “a tall distinguished looking woinatMvfth a face glowing with good nature." “Her every thought seemed to him to emanate (rom a noble and WAMTRIl, W A.N VOUNG l.A DI KH TO NKW UN »> bimong Ai lily to neerelar* vaunt: Bien « I empertiiice ami Social Club. 1 KH **0 PKK MONTH BALAK!. Energetic I,uiir* and gentlemen warned i i canvas lieut Beltline ChD*(iiia.i books, Above salary guaranteed ami blier al commission twill Auibd,. BKN J. F aHOKM AK h It, HI alo Aal ‘    Excelsior,    Mian. .V NI UD -(U.AiMB TO " dOLLkTt; liouhifiji ncooutit* ft «p«*<‘taltv. Vltr iroiiM At I ♦* I Uloh to nil cutin* pul in my hand*. ^1*    J*    D    BICK.    Free    born,    Mum. KNuVV THAT DR. w. U. Merrill hat removed to the new opera honifr block, room 4.    4    ,f, fRliMAtk IM-TO WHOM IT MAY^NCRKtT ii.™.    ’n    f,'«*    Public mat I win mu. be responsible for, or pay any I,.™.    _.T    .    .    -    i    na.    i win mu J <n'i OHjr or reliriiniv. A ii lien; . ii!v muS! k ' °r pl*i *,,t lulls charged to o'eba a a. in , at th   I >i*« in cit* id ai lliOr    y    ,ny    *• Wagner, after this I    county,    than    am!    there    to    show    n r KKD HThGNKtt. Dated Albert f/*a Mini!., Jan SI, in;*) KOK ll KMT. A ti di OPPORTUNITY KOU IN DU BT KI . V ons I armers who are desirous of reining The new constitution of Utah contains some features that older states The l imes interviewer saw in Mrs, Lease “a tall, sweetfaced woman, with she was a pleasant woman to meet, I    .    ..    *•.    L.    Davie*. farms. We have three'farm* to nmt^n^Kree* one who knew what she was talking about, wlio believed in right and was terribly in earnest. These descriptions are somewhat at variance with the popular estimate of Albert Lea, Minnesota. .Jackson Republic: One would think from reading Ute Worthington papers that its editors were a mighty mean lot. J-et up, boys. What would you think of the hardware men of that town standing on the street corners telling what dishonest scalawags their opponents were. There’s kicking, but ifs no use. The bosses will put up a delegation to the national republican convention I lain employment wherever possible, for .lim Hill that is to say, for fusil and makes any interference with this Davis, of course, and republicans who right a crime. Suffrage is given to •ion t like it will have to take their women on equal terms with men. medicine and swear it’s good.    i .......I A state convention of county com- recent spiritualistic seance in missioners baa been called to meet at Los Angeles the disembodied w ife of the capitol in St. Paul Feb. Hi Hie obit prominent citizen appeared and be U«ct being to consider “uniform tneth* involuntarily exclaimed: "I haven’t ods of taxation, the surveying, laying got a cent, and all present were nat- out aud construction of public roads orally pleased at the readiness of his and bridges, and a general exchange of fond recognition of his departed con- ideas and experiences from the com- missioners of the various counties on all other matters regarding Hie best and most economical management of county affairs.” Tile call is issued by the Ramsey county commissioners and commercial bodirs^of St. Paul, and they hope of course to make it pay to cultivate the country members. William E. Curtis in the Chicago it is shown by the returns of the late J Record says a correspondent asked of census that over one-third of the popu-    ’il1 y°u kindly inform the rad iation of the state are foreign born, ers of 1,16 Record how a govern-Hie Hermans being in the majority. J mf*iit can iiJHiiitain its credit by con-N wed es come next, then Norwegians. Hnuing to go into debt; by continuing Canadians, Irish, English, Scotch, Ho- 10 borrow money?if borrowing money hemians, Pules, Russians, Fins, Welch, to keep one’s credit up is determined aud lastly icelanders, of w hom there to a 80U,ltl financial policy it will be are 457.    a discovery of great value to many in -- this community. While it is not ex- Hy a peculiar clause in the law pro- pected tfiat you can answer these hilting spearing of fish through holes questions yourself it is hoped and bein Hie ice the state game and fish com- lieved that you can get the informa-mission may issue permits, and com- tion from the great men who are run-piaint is made that in some places in ning the government. Mr. Curtis the state everyboby that wants one says he has referred the inquiry to has been supplied w ith a permit and secretary Carlisle, that wasteful spearing is extensively I going on.    *    The people's party national co rn rn it- -■    tee met at Nt. Louis last week and de- Npeaker Reed, who, singular as it I cideci to issue a cal! fur a convention may seem, is allowed to rule the lower to be 1,1 that city July 22 to nominate bouse of congress like a czar and to I a presidential ticket. Over IOO racm-dictate as to legislation, says no ap- J hers of the committee were present profanations will be made for new j a,lt* confidence of success in the com-worka of any kind except tot ships, in8 campaign was received from all forts and guns. This is civilization up sections of the country. Certainly the to date and it seems to accord with flirty lias never before shown so much public sentiment.    determination, vigor and fighting ca pacity and that it is tremendously might w isely copy. It provides that Mrs. I-ease, who bas been held up to juries shall consist of eight men in*       “    *    **    ■ stead of twelve, and that In civil cases three-fourths of the number may render a verdict. Another provision is to the effect that the state shall never go into debt exceeding £200,000, except in case of insurrection; and another guarantees to every citizen the right to ob- ridlcule as a sort of political virago, a female John J. Ingalls full of venom and bitterness. The truth seems to be otherwise. Mrs. Lease is acquitted by the reporters who are the keenest critics of being either a vixen or a freak. Her offense is that of being a radical. Nbe may be that without being a criminal. Most women are radicals. They have keener ideas of right ami wrong than men and they are less apt to compromise their platform than the political sex. It is a fact also that nearly all women are earnest and lack the gilt of humor. These traits which are distinctly teminine seem curiously enough to have been used against Mrs. Lease to prove that she was mannish and cranky. Mrs. Lease is no doubt a legitimate product. Her father was an irish agitator who tied to America with a price on his head for participation in the Smith O'Brien insurrection. Nhe was reared in Kansas and the story of John Brown, of Ossawatamie was her Mother Goose." — • ------- DISTRICT COURT RECONVENES KOK SALK...KHAL KNTATK. UXJ ll HALE KAHM OK ISO AUKES, Gook J I ai ut II) Loudon tarp., IU tulle iunn post of* nee Y mites from creamery, sctio-.i less thai « mile distant. Good house, well, pasture ami intMiliiw. aud no waste land. For further Information inquire of the Bt AN DAUD. 3*:p JPM BALK—THE NU N Wk, Sd ACK KS I See la. Bath. Witu of witnout stock to soil purchaser, terms easy. Inquire on the KOK NALR..PKKMORAL TIIIXi.n LpOR MALK J1 use fur it. BVJR SALK. wild hay. HSP L/K>ll SALK D Client rse. 40tf FINK BUFFALO Coat Nu amp a. a. THOMOSON -Fort ytu vi ~T>k~u hoick HU ti 11 DONA III K, Twin Lakes. '“iii, and that the *nl<! petitioner I* a oredltor of -Mil dec****.!, and pr«} Ina inst administration of Mud estate lie to t), it, Fickertiifr ftrant*>L It Is ordered, that sam petition he heard' before “lr'2,.’ur'“n Kfhiey, Hie 2|»t day of February, A lh, ISPH, at IO (nnock a.m. at Albert Lea In said j comity. Ordered fnrlh«r, that notice thereof lie elven i to the beira of Shi.I deceased, and lo all persona in-I (^rested, br pubtlshintf tins order once In Men ww*i for    fsiitX'fMiftlvo    wcvkp    urtor    to I **l'x    hwirton,    in    th*    lr**born tlonnty Hur.fl* 1    J ""jTspatier prliite.1 ami puidished nt I Aloert Lea, In said county. |Mio’,t®<1    A,,**rt Lee this 30th day of January, ,    ,    By    th* Court.    . ‘‘••"•J    , „ «.... beman black mick,    i I    Jan^i-FebS    Jitdee of probata. { flrdcr to llcnr Kctltlon fop l.lcrnnr to Mell I.nm! of Minor. JJT A TK Or MINN KsoT A Count, of Freeborn -IWO*’ Probate Court, Special Term, Jan, 17th, I In Ole matter of the Knarillanshlp of Lily Hhe*-ban, Mantle Sheehan, Rosy Sheehan, J,,hi! J. Sheehan, Ka)mom! Sheehan, Minors. On readmit and mini: the pennon cf Mary Sheehan Knardlan of said minora, representing among other th I hits, that the,, the -nm ward*    UR of c*rtmii r*nl    to ^r**h«irti I county, Minnesota, and that for the benefit of said ward* the same should be sold, and praylua for llcenae lo sell the same And it appearing to I the satisfaction of the Court, trotn ««id petuioii. thet for the Itenellt of said wards said real e-tnte should be sold.    ! it Is ordered, thtit all persons Interested In said “ eetaw appear before this Courf on Friday 1 the JI et day or February, A. J) IWS, at fu Albert ,if any there her ehyjioert-e should mrt'ile granted for the sale of said real estate, accorditiK to the prayer of said petition. „„A"I1 '**s farther ordered, that this order shall be published once in each week, for three successive i tn *"i(l <lB,r ,,f    In    the Freeborn Inurn, St (simkk a weekly newspaper prlnte.1 and pnbltsbed at Ait>ert Lea In said count, A it WW** *lb#rt , B*'lb* lUh OI -Ny the Court, I    _    ll KM A N BLACK MRK, Judge of Probate. We saved lots of money for other People durin* lane, aud will try SKaln v*r» bard In isue, at the— Enterprise Iron Works. Machine Shop and Foundry, ALBERT LEA, MINN. (’all on us for anything in our line, great or small. We guarantee satisfaction - mia J. W. VENESS, Prop. lay ol January, Jan Ti- ■ Feb ft — Remember to Call at Hie— Favorite Resort FOR FINE- Confectionery, Hot or Cold Drinks Oysters, Baw, Stew or Fry. Cigars or Tobacco. Seymour Ranney’s Restaurant On Clark street, Fast of lite Tost Office wh*r* you win b* ®oiirt<»nti*)y Do Your Spectacles Pit? Or do they blur and annoy your Or don’t yon need to wear glasses? Men’s 3-Buckle Emperor Arctics, $2.25 VV omen s Fur-trimmed Romeo Slippers, $1.75 Women’s, Plush Slippers, $1.50 and $1.35, W omen’s Heaver, Leather-foxed Lace Shoes, Women’s Beaver Felt Sole Lace Shoes, Women’s Heaver Felt Sole Slippe Men’s Felt Hoots from Men’s Felt Shoes, from *rs. Cut to $1.75 cut 10$1.50 Cut to $1.00 Cut to $1.20 Cut to 70c . 50c 40c up Order for Hcnrlng and Moiler of Ap plication lur Appointment of A <1 iii I ii In I rat or. S1«rii:„0LM,1^r;SOTA    Frc-horu lath?UM 1 rotM*w 0,,urt. spacial larin. January rtl^n|HM*gm<UUr 0f*,,•    of    ,*«r*    Johnson, .E. The Jeweler, r, An I”"";.......WI*    TOUBiy    kl IM tim* of bl* dsath »»“Sr.<•••‘■h«M«l* "lid «>*t*i« within thl* couto ii",    PWHloOW I- lh* widow of * id * t" «ViVua of Haiti »-!*!* im p. Bwrnhard K n*tvold gr*nt*d It 1st »rct*r*d. that ob TI •t IB o'clock, I Hoi i.    7**^    pctltb’ti    b«    ft*.*rd hwfor* . J. "J.M . .    lh*    it    th    itay f K«l>ruary, Alh*it I.**, in said D. I Count? order*,! furthar that nolle* th*r*of b* glv*n to th* belni of aam d*, **.*d, and t,. all barsom, n^*m®hw1i'f {",b,*''h*ugatopy of this ..rdaronr* ll    ,    .    -        «•*’(!    1,1 Hi ”    **M, fur til, Mf* Mtin '••mb.Jvw week* 1 ri .r it hnr« >p CRHh or WHI tr>»cfe for cow or    th^    Kr^boro    Ciiur.t/rtuofL h0rH>- ..... *N    *    ^CHRISTIANSON    ,    new.papar    print*,!    and    pt’    hnshad    at ..    it* ""id Couni) Datail at Albert l,*a WELL A CHUK MACHINE, fur cow or NSUR. At Albert l-ea Flow Simp*. mimcki-laxkoi a. (_J,lK*?> ,,:AN.1.>3 IN’.. SOUTHERN homes For luformntlou call on D. G. FAKEER. To Finish the Calendar of the Fall Term--Attorney General Childs Is With County Attorney Morgan in the Carbury Case--Two Weeks Work for the Jury. The adjourned term of the district court convened yesterday afternoon, judge Whytock presiding, and Immediately the trial of Tho*. Carbury, charged with the murder of John Gillen, was begun. Attorney general Fluids, county attorney Morgan and IL 8. Clements represent the state, and W. E. Todd and W. N. Crane, Hie defendant. As we go to press but nine jurymen have been secured, the regular panel has been exhausted and a special panel ordered. The court appointed Haul Oppegaard, Geo. Thompson and Alex. Peterson as triers of challenges. The case is likely to consume a week. There are besides this likely a half dozen jury cases, Which if all are tried will engage the time of the court for two weeks or more. -•♦*- -Civic League. There will be a special meeting of the civic league next Monday evening, Jan. 27, in the basement rooms of the M. L. church. The meeting will he for the election of officers and making plans for the spring campaign. All who are members of the league and all who wish to join in the work of civic reform and saloon suppression aie earnestly invited to attend. G. A. Cooke, J. W. Smith, Secretary.    i’resident. Orderfor Hearing and \oflceof A pull. ration for Appointment or Admlni-trator. LM ATE OF MINNESOTA -County of Freeborn-ISS*?' Inprob,“e courL special term, Jsi, tail, In th* matter of the ornate of William H.lfornlnif OU receiving *11,1 nim# th* petition of Henry Horn!nit, of Freeborn county. Minn., r*i>re*wnt-}««, •ruoag other thine*, ibm William H. Horuinp late of Freeborn county, MiuneeoU, ba* n«,t be*n heard from for more thou seven T1"-" '“rt hear.) from we* March. 1**9 that he ill*<l Intentate, anil bclnir a reel,lent of this ooBBly al th* tim* of hi* .lcaih, l*avinrf« I*. chattel* aud **Ut* within till* county, aud that the said petitioner I- the lather of said d*,ea^d 'I praying that administrate,„ ,.r Henry Horcing granted this A. I) In the •ald Ordered ft.rther that noUce (hereof h* K1ven to Ute heir* of *ald ileceeserl, and to all person* interested, by publishing this order once in each week for three successive weeks prior to said day of rieariuK. In the Freeborn County Stamoaki, a weekly newspaper printed and published at Albert Lea. in said county a    Albert    Lea the lith day of January, A, LL INrt). .    .    By    in*    Court, lL'* J _    OLMAN    BLACKMER, Judge of Probate. [t.. a.) JanM-Feb ft HEMAN BLACK MER, Judge of Prolati*. Exiierl Upticiaj. Having received a diploma from one of Hit* leading colleges of tile country- If your exes are weak ca Ii on him and he can fit you perfectly. Remember, .    $1.60 to$2.25 Thompson j The Shoe Man. " Everything HINGES On the kind of Hardware yon Hoi I ie, Stigen <fc Co. are sole agents in vMHert Lea for the fuuioiiH Sterling Hinge, A cut of which is shown above. I his lunge is twice as strong tis any ordinary hinge double size. Bu v no of Ina*. if: Ordor for Hob ring and Antler of Application for Appointment of AdmlnlMtratnr. kj PATK OF MINNESOTA - County of Freeborn Probate C.iurt. spacial term, Jan 21,1 MUM, dace*sad    estate    of tinstav L. Aarstad, On raoelvlnr and filing the petition of Chrl-tlan I. Aarstad, of hreehorn cwunty, Minnesota re-presenting .mom: <tiber ihioas, that Oustav J. Ani .tad, late of Altiert I,en, on the lith day of January, A. D IS'JH. at Albert Lea .Hart Intestate, and bwmt a resident of ibis county st the tlrneof hi- death, lenvlDK «<»ort*, chstlel* sud estate within I this county, and that the said petitioner is a son of . sa d doewMBd, abd praying that administration or -ald estate be ti, Christian I. Aar.ta<i «ratite<l. It ta order*.), that sal.) petition be heard before I D1^°UaV in    **»•    >“■ -IHF or february, A Sinno’. ,0o c,°‘ k *• “ • nt Ali>"rt Lea. in said j Orderad fnrther, that n tic* thereof he given to ! th# heirs of said .ie.-ea*,*d, aud to all nervous inter- ! ested, by publishing this order atlee in each week Pi said day of | a week- E. Scil ALBERT LEA Binding and Loan Association. 11ttcnrporat<d Ken i*t tar: ) Authorised Capital, t?-YOO,(too orrn ERB Stewart Heating Sio?es Are heing closed out at cost. ^ ours for Square Dealing arui Everything in Hardware! Hellie, Slidell & Co. Minneapolis & St, Louis By. tut, s..,. petitioner trie lather of sa d rtecea-e.t, for three succes.lte week* ,r , r t.V , to Henry HSroin»Vral/!i*dt”UO* “*'*    ,w    ln    ,b* y    Ooanlp Blan der. I, a -e.„- . It is ordered, ihat -airt petition he beard l»#fore :    Dated    It*    AU»rt I e*Dn pab,.,*h^1 ,u »*M eounty, II. G. Day. PrMldant. H. KOI to RRR, Vice Urea. cmrt on Monday, th.) 17th day id February® !S^ J M B^tbJoSon* *' **f    T    V    K**TVOI4»,    Trca..    V    ti.Ll.Hl    P.    Bec. 3. IWN, al loo olock a. rn , at the Probate ortlce,    ItkUAS    BI    trtturu    I couuty,r H0U'‘,*, ,U U,e CUy "f A1U r‘ »*• IL. ».l Jan'iZ-FebS JurtRe oM'^e. I    DIHECTOKH; Jan 13 Order to I'lxaniinr Aroon him. gTATE O F.MI N N K SOT A—C o u u ty of Freeorn 1896. , „ —. Kl freeborn — la Probate Court, Hpeciai Term .inn sib, Order for llrkrlnit on (JalniM. CI AXK OK MINNK.HOTA- County of I .eeborn lMtki*’ Probate Court, special term, Jan. ll, dimaaiun) m*Uer nt    '"•‘ate    of James Lau«, Letters of testamentary on the estate of James <>r O’" county of Freeborn and state of Minnesota, tieing granted to llvuiy Lang and Archy Lang    ' It is ordereit thiti sit months be and the same is hereby allowed front and after the date of this nr-5 lD*L‘lch Persons having claims or demands against the said deceased are required to file the same in the probate court of -ai I comity, for exam-iijJitiDii aik! hljowaiicfi, or Lb forpvBr Jxirrvd ll In further ordered, thai the 17tb day IWB, at IV o’clock - — — lf B. Skinner. We Xferrlll. T VK nat void. , ,    ,■ A Mot in, H. o list, V. Gliirup, I. L. Iitgbritawii, K W. En at void, B Rodgers. Save YOUR Earniiifs. I A nice Ionic within the reach of everybody, i Bf    ’J® cent* a moatn on each share the I ALBERT LEA BUILDING AND MIAN ASMI • IAI ION will mature your snark iii about eight I year* and pay you fSO tor an Investment of I about 8:7. Every member of th* lassengers from-^ 0E3 MOINES, HUMBOLDT (Dakota City), LIVERMORE, LU VERNE, PERRY, OGDEN, DAYTON, FT. DODGE, that the 17th day of July, J    ,r,vrry    "“'""“'r o>    Alberl I ca ....    i    ,    .    ■    —    — rn-, at »special term oi-ski . nuiHlinit kilo UWN AwoeliflM can buy a home in the    matter    of the    estate    of Kittle    Cady.    de-    prot>»,'» court, to be beld at the probate ofic# In    I    pli.V I>>r it In small monthly Ins;ailments ,1    ai    the court house In the .qty of Albert Lea to said    rf"* rrnlal of the hiilldlng a ill near'y pat for the On    reading    and    flung    the    petition    of    8    II.    f5*untZ. J>e aud the-ame hereby is appointed .* the    '    prop erty. You can withdraw at any time arte the    estate    of    KHue    ,PJ"'"' *,1HU B,11'1 where the said pro),ate    (me year and receive good Interest on your "l,*cr I rn an. is    BUd    Md    Aa-    money Many of the nice homes In Albert lim Aud It is fnrther ordered that notice of such t‘rt*    P    ‘")/or    Hjrough    flu*    Albert    I,** H.dl.1 hearing he given to all creditor, ami per-,,!,* In-    Of Secretary Real Estate Transfers. I it. j- pf of -Ute has offered his I grilling in numbers all well posted ob serviceK to the United Mates and Eng-j servers admit. The republican na land to arbiirate the Vene/tiealan dis- tional convention will be held at 8t. pate, and while his aid will not be needed Hie humanitarian interest disposed bv the great religious potentate will be appreciated by all having a sincere regard for the w elfare and happiness of mankind. lite exj. lire of the New York World foiced Cleveland to cancel his seciet iiitiigue with the Wall street I) od i ca ie, and the result is that the government is likely to receive offers for twice the amount of gold it is cal I mg for. <,ive the American people a chance and they will take care of the credit of the government. Louis June < ani the democratic at Chicago July 7. The peoples party convention comes last and will thus be able to take advantage of the mistakes of the others. V Glllrup to Annie Eleven, ne}* owjX See. 30, Shellrock............................ $ St. .losenh .Manf g Co. to Magnus Lewis, Lot I, Block 3k. City of Albert Lea ..... Martin Torkliaou lo Torkll .J. Stoa. si, aU nUand 3acre# from nU st* u‘/» eU wk se-4 Sec. 17, Moscow................. Hugh Donahue t» W. G. Gardner, in*1. ii*\i bec 34, Pickerel i.ake........... VV. G Gardner lo Hugh Donahue, l.ot I nae, ll and aw>4 BW 14 Sac 2. Nunda .... Arthur L. More) to B.otli .V I.midi*, Lot 7 aud 8, 6 feet of tx)! 8 Block I, Alden..... Peter Johnson to J as. Lawson, part ut-'i Sec. 24, Balli ............................ W A. Morin to Gulbrand ois»u, part blk “ Hartland. Cady, administrator of Cady, deceased, representing, among iiiiitg!*! tiiat ni4 ba** fulljr a(1ruiti!Nt»*rfHl aaitj and prayi off that a ti nun and plat?© tm Used for Ktain- Uiltifcr. aud aliowinf tbn bual account of bli I **•’—m nu c r«<mon* and    la*    CiiirnrA    #?*•.    i„rtha* administration, and for the assignment of the resi- Ur**t#d said estate ny forthwith publishing this I (,,llrnp ,or (urther particulars due of said estate to the parties entitled thereto by I !,ri^r once Is esch week for three successive weeks **»•    .    ^    '    (n*    Weeborn    Oouutj    Htan.lard,    a    weekly    news- .... nro*‘r*’<l, that said account be examined, and p^p*.r Prt"tod ami i ubltshe.1 In said County petition heard, by this court, on Friday, the 6th Dated at Albert Lea, this lith nay of Jan .    ^    ^    -    *    .    -    -    uarj, 1HWL Uy th# Court, t1-- •-) ,    .    HEM    A v BLACKMER. Jan Ifs- Jit    Judge    of    Probate, BRUT, ALBERT LEA, And adjacent territory, pV^Sff-g^gto-? Qr points in-, j m an    rn    —w    -    ———    w,    a • .nay. day of February, A D. l*«;, Rt IO o'clock a. in. at the I robate office in the city of Albert Lea la said county. And it is Mintier ordered, that notice thereof be given to all persons interested, by publishing a copy of this order, once in each week. for three successive weeks prior to said day of hearing, in the freeborn County .Standard, h weekly newspaper county    published al Alberl Lea, iu said i.'m1!"10* Albert th* *(«> day of January, A. I J JLT D *8.-'.    By    the    Court,    I HEMAN BLACKMER, IL. a.l Jan 8—22 Judge of Probate, Order for ll en ii nit and Notice af Ap. plicnt ion for Appointment of Admlnwi rut or. QTATK DF MI NS LHOTA—County of Freeborn -‘;#d*" Probate court, special term, January It, In the matter of the estate of Gilbert N.Westrum deceftNed. Gilbert K Bliss lo Torkel ,J. .Stoa, n4 5e', uc!4 >i"'* Sec. 17 Moscow ......... ----a*— A Week at the College. I lo bo loco 1503 1500 IOO 112 IO According to the Journal four business ii rtn§ of Mankato Lave signified tlifir intention of retiring from business in that, place ow mg to the department stores.—Fairmont .Sentinel, Reports from other cities indicate that department stores are forcing their smaller competitor* out of busine^, resulting in vacant buildings, the loss of salaried positions to thousands of employes and evident injury to the genera] prosperity of the places where they are to ain tai lied. Tho existence ATTENTION, POTATO GROWERS. Being in position as I am to know that we m this vicinity are losing our reputation in the large market.*, as Knectssiu^'of^hH^lo"8’and 8e7'^ 1 I Cora JohusoD spent (toe Sabbath at her me necessity or changing our seed to i home. remedy this I last spring procured Miss Howe and Miss Campbell took tea at I rom -New lurk aud Philadelphia at i While s Tuesday evening. heavy expense, some new and im-I Tl,e Zeiam&thean will hold in next literary grew and tested last season, and will,. lt offer them for sale this scrim? It nrieew ,01;•oheges. Rev Lee VV. Beal m lins With the tim""9 X,?5 fjft"    AX JSC, scnption W ith lit lies will follow later. Thursday will be observed as the day'»f prayer  .....1    “    “    ’    — Beadle of Mankato, chauel at I0;3o college are invited. Nu in in ohm, and Kotlee or .\o IVrMonal Claim. jgXAIE CIF MINNESOTA- County of Freeborn— **• District Court, Tenth J mi )Cial District Northern Trust Company, Plaintiff, vs. Albert Lea Cidlegte, a corporation, Horatio D. ■ itisoroai Brown, D It. p Fi t)bs amt Charles Klttelson, as    thtl    cou« Hr T' hK,,H AbboU' HoraUo D. Brown, J. J.    A    D.    IMS Broom*, Egbert Starr, and all other persons    ntv claiming an Interest In the mortgage described I in the complaint in this action or in the real estate con vej ed by said mortgage, Defend lump* °f Mluue*uta' to din above named You are hereby summoned and required to answer the complaint of the plaintiff in the shove entitled '‘Ctiou, which complaint has been flied id the otto* of (Ma clerk of said District Court at the City of Albert Lea, County of Freeborn aud Htate of Minnesota, and to serve a oopy of your answer to °°Tpif, ”t, ,he *ub#crlb*r at his ntfice in the ( tty of Mlnneapolie, in Hennepin County, MifiD6Rota, within twenty day* after tilt* *©rvic# ol this summons upon yon exclusive of the day of such service, and if yon lab to answer the said complaint within the time aforesaid, the plaintiir in this action won apply to the Court for the relief demanded in said complaint. Dated December 7th, ISKI. CABMAN N SMITH, PlaintifUs Attorney, 609, New York Lite Building, Minneapolis, Minnesota. On receiving aud flung the petition of Otto Cestrum of Freeborn, county, Mlnnesnta. representing, Hmongotherthiiigs.thatOllberi N We* Ira ai late of the county of Freeborn Iii tile State of Mi oil en* ota, on th# 3Mb day of l>#c#rub#r, A. I) 1895 at Hayward, died Intestate, and being a resident of this canaty at the time of his death, leaving goods, chattels arid estate within till* county, an I that the sal I petitioner is a son of said deceased, and praying that admlnlstra-Hon of HAtHta b* to HT. C. NkImou gmutwl! It la ordered, that aa Id patltlnn ti# b»ard before ...    ou    gr|day, the 14th day of February at it) o’clock a. rn., at Alberl Lea, in Ordered farther, that notice thereof be given to the heirs of said deceased, ami to all persons interested, by publishing this order once in each week for three successive weeks prior to said day of hearing in Che Freeborn County STAar.xnn a weekly newspaper printed aud published at Albert Lea In -aid county. Dated at AI her! Lea, Minn., the lith day of Jauu-ary, A d. 189fi, By the Court, n,.    HEMAN    BLACKMER. Jan 15    Judge    of    Probate. WINCHESTER, REMINGTON, COLTS, STEVENS, MARTIN, PARKER, And parts or repairs for same. Smokeless GUNS Of all kinds. Repeating Guns Repaired FREE for five years. Henry Slenerson. 8T. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS, DULUTH, WEST SUPERIOR, CHICAGO, MINNESOTA, NORTH DAKOTA, MONTANA, WASHINGTON, Or the North West and Pacific Coast, ST. LOUIS, KANSAS CITY, Etc., ixTju.TMODAT,oNa- 01 •    A.    B.    CUTTS, W. H. TRUESDALE,    Act,n«    °*"'l Ticket rn Pa*.. Agent, Reootaer. minneapolis. The New Harness Shop. Letter LIOI. List of letters retn&lnlnff uncttlled for Hi fb* mo    f”1    Albert Lea. Freeborn County, Minnesota, for the week ending Jan 18, 1896; UKNTLKMKN'S LI»T. Falkestad    Frank P Good no E t    ...    .An    Millearejr    Ward Mc a ii tat**!* Of OUCi) nstaliiishmeiits 18 one phase Of ; :M ** Opsatil    Charles Parker the spirit of CKiitrali/dtion which more    Timber*    Jl>hn Gruudier i hi ch more extensively than ever b«fore prevails ami a contemplation of which causes grave apprehensions among the more th ’lightful publicists. The maintenance of one department store in Albert Leu th oh far ha* produced no appreciable injurious effects on the others or business in general, hut it can readily , be understood how two or three in a city the size of this might be seriously j detrimental, LADIK*’ DHT. Slgrtd T Bi rdland Ida Myers Mollie Quam CHlll"‘( !,,r »>»v Of the above letter* J?y .fliTrtised," giving date of list. obtain adveeti-Md letters will cost I cent. H. P. So It K\ SON' To Acting P. M. St, Paul VV inter Carnival, January Jist to 30th ’96. J he Ii , (. J*. 4y \    11y. well sell round trip tickets to K>t. Paul at verv low rates. ( all on B. C. Ii. & X. agents for further information, J. Morton, ii. T. & J*, a, per double berth. ( all aa B. V. It &: N agetus or address the undersigned for descriptive pamphlet containing full Information. r,»r,„A. P. Sawyer:—After using oneuox of the I ast Hies I find iii) self entirely cured. My case bad been treated by several doctors. Lucy Bit-iitsr, Kansas, Ills. Fur Halt* by RrlgRS Diuu Co   •♦♦♦•.........—..... You will never know positively what a won-derful remedy Dr .Sawyer’s Family Cure Is uti-tll you try it It will cure you of a Hour stomach. For sale by the Briggs Drug co, — ■ -«■*«• Children with pale, bluish complexions, Indicating the absence of (lie repulsiie red globules Iii Die blood should take Dr. Sawyer’* Lkatlne For sale by Briggs Drug Co. Dr. A. P. Sawyer: —I hav* been troubled with rheumatism and lung trouble tor a a urn ber of years, can .av J never bart any thing help me *■ JfL’y lure Mrs’ H VV luff ar t, Lena. Ills. For sale by Briggs Drug Co. rTr i1* !S.a?v^,r:r1 llltv* ,liP<1 >'our Family me ami find it all that It Is represented to be, and cheerfully recommend It to the afflicted. ivS,*'.An    Union    City Iud. Wold by Briggs Drug Co    1 NOTICE OF NO PERSONAL CLAIM. 81 ATR or Minnesota, )    District    Court county of freeborn, f Tenth Judicial District. Northern Trust Company, Plaintiff, vs. Albert Lea College, • corporation, Horatio D. Brown. D h P Bibbs, sud Charles Kittelson, as Trustee*, R. B. Abbott, Horatio D. Brown, J . J. Broome, Lgbert Starr, and all otbi r persons claiming an interest in the mortgage described In ilia complaint in this action or in tho real estate oonve) cd by said mortgage, _ „    . _ ,    Defendants. To Horatio D. Brown. D It. P. Bibbs, aud Charles Kittelson. a* Trustees, It. B Abbott, H.iratloD. Brown. J. J. Broome, Egbert Htarr, ami all other persons, except Albert Lea College, claiming an interest in the mortgage described In the complaint in this action or Iii the real estate conveyed by said mortgage The summons served upon you in this action is issued upon a complaint which has been flied la the office of the Clerk of said District Court ut the City of Altiert Lea, County of freeborn, Htate of Minnesota, and this action Im brought to foreclose a mortgage given by Albert Lea College, one of the defendants. The premises affected by said action county of Freeborn, State of 1 rrecoorn county, Minnesota, uu'the Doh ri'uvrTf Minneoote, anti are dei*cribed as follows: Lots one, January, 1896 at 7 do o’clock nu.    day of two three, four aud five, in block two, in Parker'^ t ll " OU eat ion of ma IG    J.    .    '    ”,.t0    vote.?u Addition to Albert Lea also College Block, in Col- I soli for J IL!, Et    *« tf,M AiJGitiou to Albert Left, aIho lots an# and two, In block one, rn Blachmer’s Addition to Albert Lea, according to the plats of san! Addition appearing iu the Register's office of said Freeborn County, and no personal claim is made against you or any defendant except the said Albert Lea College. Dated the 7th day Of December, 1893. CARMAN N ISM ITH, Plaintiff's Attorney, n* *    .w,    809 New y°rk Uf“ Building, Dec 25- Jan 29    Minneapolis,    Minnesota, Order to Kxaniin* Account*. £*TATMOS MINNESOTA—County of Freeborn_ 13tb*UM> °b“l" CoUrt* BpeciaJ Term January In the matter of the estate of William Bell deceased. On reading and filing the petition of William J Be , administrator of the estate of William Bell, deceased, representing, among other things. that be has fully apmimstered said estate, aud praying that a time anil place be fixed for exanilri-lng, settling Brid allowing the final account of bis administration, and for the assignment of the resi-bflewHli eblate to the parties entitled thereto or,**’re4’ ,ll0t Account be examined and petition heard by this Court on Monday the 17th day of February, A D. Ikjh. ut ll) o’clook a. rn., at Alberl Lea. in said county. And it is.further ordered, that notice thereof be given to nil persons interested, by publishing A copy of this order once each week, for three successive weeks prior to said day of hearing, in Standard, a weekly newspaper printed and published at Albert Lea in said county. A D 1898 Albert Lea, Die 13th day of January, By the Court, ^ t    HEMAN    BLACKMER, Jan 15—29.    Judge of Probate. OFFICIAL PUBLICATION. Special School District Mcetiii. NoHc* is hereby given that a special meeting In the Albert Leu School District No 38 Iii •ii*? ur." ‘    will be held ar Hie High school Building in the city of Albert Lea Freeborn County, Minnesota, ou the 18th day of January, 1896, at 7:30o’clock p. in., to vote on the question of making an application to Hie btf ,.,?ed f‘,r f"u<ilukt bonds in Geo. Drommerhausen & Sons MANDKACTPRKHS of Anyone wishing to buy a new harness will do well to look over my slock. It is the largest and most complele of the kind in Freeborn county. My harnesses are all handmade, of the best material and fully guaranteed to be as represented. paling for the erecllon of a Web<>7U Hmis* ill »aM District, and thai tin* bonds of s *i<l District bearing Interest ai tho rate of five jar Cb* titper annum, be issued therefor. Ibis meeting is called by order of/the Board of Education upon the wrltl**ii reu: ast of twcn ty five freeholders of the District / Dated lids Till day 0| January, !*/ ““‘m! tei DtariS1""1” f Carriages,Buggies, Phaetons, Suring Wagons anil Farm Wagons ("TUB STOCK IS THE LARGEST IN SOUTH Y_/ em Minnesota. The best Is the Cheap st Yin) are Invited te see our stock an get prices before buying elsewhere. Repairing neatly and promplly done. Louis Kroessin, Corner Clark and Washington Streets, ALBERT LEA. Luther Academy A LUE UT EEA, 'n I XX. Both Sexes.^a Three Courses: Academic, Commercial Rates Low.    Musical. For further information address, L. 8. SWEXaOX, Principal. ! E. 8 HAMMOND.    Q.    W.    HOPKINS. E. S. HAMMOND A CO . Real Estate, Collections and Insurance, Chattel Mortgages and Promissory >otes bought and bold. A ii; ioSSTsaa, is; fflt" ^'n® Iot and 7 room house In Hie parK,    cisierii; cemented cistern* citv “tone walks—all paid far. moderate 008161,1 ^oH|e" *»)« city. Brice trict oTthe county80 acre*’,fl    ^in, dis- elecOlcr||gh:ts8t0re bUlI(1"lg Cen,ral,y »«catert; Inquire for terms : E. S. HAMMOND & CO..I Office Room 4, over Post Office. Gillrup & Gilbert, -DEALERS IN- M ill Estate. •—■    jno 1 nag To til© Fair. ——BPECIAL SALK OF- Chamber Thread this Week. A. H. SQUIER. Abstracts of Lands and City propertv i rurnijhed on short notice.    f Fire Insurance in the most reliant I Poreign and Home Companies. Mortgages Deeds, Contracts, Leases etc., drawn promptly and at reasonable rates. 3®ce at Freeborn County Bank, west side Broadway, near Court Houser

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