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Freeborn County Standard (Newspaper) - November 6, 1896, Albert Lea, Minnesota Times , * ^ I Twenty Thousand Eyes | See the Standard g Every Week of the Year. I wmm mvtwtuiuumuvu ^uu« VOL. XXXIX. * Is .Not Lowest in Price, I But Is Highest in Value. ■ A LB ELT LEA, MINN., FRIDAY NOVEMBER 6, 1890. *5 USELESS CARDS. W. E. TODD, T A WYER. OFFICE IN THE NEW OPERA 1.J house blocK, Albert Lea, Mina. A. U. MAYLAND. T A WY ER. ROOM 2, FAIR STORE Bl ILD-IJ hip, Albert Lea, Minn.    2Hf HENRY A. MORGAN, TTOBNEY AT LAW. COUNTY ATTOR-nev. Cilice In Gulbraudsou Block, Broadway, Albert Lea, Mina. V R. S. FARNSWORTH. A TTO RN EY AT LAW. PRACTICES IN ALL A the courts. Careful attention {given to commercial and other collections. Office In Wedge & Barlow Co., Block. Rooms I aud 2. Albtrt I^ea, Minn.    39—94. EDW. A. CHURCH. (Successor to Bud & Church.) TAKAI. ESTATE, LAW, INSURANCE, XX Loans and Collections. Houses tor Sale and lieut. Cilice in Opera Block, Albert Lea, 8m6 It’ Minn. J. M. TODD, ,M. D. ^PHYSICIAN ANI) SURGEON. OFFICE L in rear of Briggs’Drug Store; hospital on Fountain street, Albert Lea. W. C. MERRILL, -QENTIST. OFFICE IN NKW opera house block, rooms 3 and 4, Albert Lea Mint). D. K. STACY. I 1CENSE1) AUCTIONEER—F A R M ERS’ Rj shivs a specialty. Prices to suit the times. Satisfaction guaranteed or no pay. Consult me about dates before advertising. Albert Lea, Minn.    43ni3 H. A. PAINE, A RCHITECT AND BUILDER. _      PLANS XJl drawn and contracts taken for all classes of work iu city and country. Albert Lea, Mina.    I5y    I DOCTOR NISSEN. RADU ATE FROM NORWAY. OFFICE VIJ over Lion Drug Store, Broadway, Alb ert Lea, Minn. MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA. C11IINCOPIN CAMP NO 835 HOLDS KEGU-) lar meetings at Odd Fellows’ Hall every first aud third Wednesday evenings of each month.    J.    D.    CLARK.    V.    C. J. R. HALVORSEN, Cietk. Doctor Wilcox, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, ALBERT L Lea, Minn. Having fully regained his health and equipped himself with first-class driving horses and carriages, Is now better prepared, and will more promptly answer calls to tile country than ever. The doctor does not only keep on hand a first-class supply ot surgical Instruments, etc , but keeps and dispenses Ids own medicines, a large supply of which be carries with him when going into the country. Address. Dr. H. II. WILCOX, Corner Clark and Washington Str eets, 36tf    Albert    Lea,    Minn. With Scarcely a Doubt. McKinley Wins the Victory on a Moderate Margin, Ana By a Close Call in Several Slates. Bryan Makes a Great Showing But will Wait Four Years More. Republican Landslide in the State They Capture the Seven Con gressmen, and Legislature. Clough s Election Claimed by Almost 10,000 Majority, but Runs 40,000 Votes Behind His Ticket. Freeborn County Joins the Procession, and Thus End-eth the Mighty Contest. The Very Latest—Lind’s, Lom-men’s and Towne’s Election Yet in Doubt. And press them so they look like new. Special Rates for Family Washing. rriio New . . Albert Lea Steam Laundry. S. (I. Thompson, Proprietor. 43yl Matson & Pederson Plow Worlts Ani! General BlacMbiiig. ATTE Manufacture, Sharpen and Repair V V Plows of all kinds, and do General Blacksmithing at Most Reasonable Rates. Horseshoeing a Specialty. MATSON & PEDERSON. Cor. Washin ton and William Streets. C. L. JI Manufacturer and Healer in if —And AU Kinds of— Building Material. Yard at the old .stand neat Milwaukee depot. A. J. STADHEIM Agent Albert Lea Lumber and Stock Co. THE FARMERS’ INDEPENDENT LUMBER YARD. Best quality of Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Sash, Doors, Building Paper, and Builders’Supplies always on hand and sold at Lowest Market Rates. Yard on Broadw ay, South of Court House. C. G. JOHNSRUD. - Manager. Don’t Stan Maceo Suddenly, to doso is injurious to the nervous system. Baco-Curo is the only cure that cures while you use tobacco. It is sold with a written guarantee that three boxes will cure any case, no matter how bad. Baco-Curo is vegetable and harmless; it has cured thousands, it will cure you. At all druggists, *1.00 per box, 3 boxes 12.50. \V rite for testimonials and booklet. Eureka Chemical & Mfg. Co., Lacrosse, Wis., aud Boston, Mass. Baco-Curo Is sold by the Briggs Drug Co. Albert Lea, Mina. Our next page contains an extended report of the election, including all the states, but the summary giving McKinley 3130 electoral votes is likely to prove an over-estimate. The states claimed hy the republicans are shown, giving the electoral vote of each, but the highest claim made by Mark Hanna is now 261 votes, and the returns were incomplete in South Dakota, 4; Indiana, lo; and West Virginia, ti; Michigan, 14 and were in doubt yesterday, and all of them are needed to insure McKinley’s election. Nebraska, Kansas, Kentucky and Wyoming, claimed for McKinley, are now, it seems, in the Bryan column. Mr. Bryan recognizes the fact that the probabilities are against bim, and the national committees supporting him do not claim his election, but deem it proper to awTait the final count before coneeding.his defeat. There can scarcely be a doubt of McKinley’s election; but it is not a landslide by any means. The margin in his tavor is quite moderate, for several states necessary to his success were carried by such small majorities that in some cases a few hundred votes would have turned the scale. But this is immaterial. McKinley will be Hie next president and every patriotic citizen will loyally submit to the result. Tho popular majority for McKinley is claimed to be a million votes. This is largely a guess. Mr. Bryan’s supporters generally throughout the country are reconciled to his defeat, realizing that lie would be of little service to the cause he represents fettf red as he would be by a hostile congress. And in the same sense tile election of John Lind without an attorney general in sympathy with him and a friendly legislature, would be a positive disadvantage to the cause of reform in the state. We give herewith the returns from every precinct iii Freeborn county. Tile returns are now being officially canvassed but the majorities will not* be exactly known until this evening They are overwhelmingly republican as to every officer. The vote for Mc Kin ley was 3,1(30; Bryan, 1.179, the largest opposition vote ever cast in the county. McKinley’s majority. 2,221. His plurality is somewhat less. Clough’s majority over Lind is 1,636. Latent— I I :30 a. m. THE COUNTY COflPLETE. *10 90 236 05 I % 204 319 283 109 285 03 22 274 257 71 57 31 70 98* 115 314 77 331 58 328 56 329 58 273 113 291 74 431 15 16 4 295 33 Minneapolis, Nov. 6,11:30 a. rn. Special to the Standard: Our reports on doubtful states today confirm Bryan’s and chairman Jones’ concession of McKinley’s election. McKinley has the remaining and doubtful states, and these probably give him 244 electoral votes, to Bryan’s 203. Official count necessary in Indiana and Kentucky, but California and enough others against Bryan to defeat him. Probabilities that outside of New York, New England and Pennsylvania McKinley has secured only a bare majority of the popular vote. In this state there are yet good grounds for the claim that Lind is elected. Cross over-claims of Clough’s majorities appear in published tables. This is particularly the case in far northern counties. Lind and his committees are at St. Paul and have discovered extensive frauds in many sections. Detected attempts to pad in unreported counties like Beltramie, Cass, Itaska and Cook counties. Our best advices elect Towne and Lommen. The Official Canvass To Be Com pleted Today Shows Slight Change in the kesult--RepubIican Candi dates AII Receive Large Majorities FIRST WARD. For President—McKinley.................... 253 —Bryan.................... For Governor—Clough................... **    *'    —Lind..................HI For Lieut. Gov.—Gibbs.................. — Bowler................. “ —Wedge................. For Representatives—Johnson.......... —Drommerbausen.. —Lawson........... J “    -Miller................. 6 bor Auditor—Higgins....................... 261 "    —Johusrud....................ii    62 For Treasurer—Hanson...................... 233 “    — Knatvold.................  y*2 bor Sheriff-Mitchell.........................240 "    “ —Barlow  .............. ...I 88 For Register of Deeds— ltobt. Anderson...i 263 “ —Hostetter...... bor Clerk Hist. Court-Annis........... *’ . **    “    “ —Quinn................ 5: I or .Bulge of Probate-Blaekmer............ 256 ** „ *    “    —Howard......... ?? b ounty Attorney—Morgan............... 249 ’’ „ “    “    —Jiio. Anderson. bor Coroner—Luce...........................237 —Oowles........ ....... ' For Supt. Schools—Olsen i.i............ 358 —Burke................... ii b or Court Commissioner—Barck............ ] **    —dements......... bor County Commissioner—Brundin.........24. **    —Paine............ 25 SECOND WARD. For President—McKinley................. ** —Bryan...................... For Governor—Clough..................... — Lind.....................ii For Lieut. Governor—Gibbs................ *• —Bowler.............. 1    ‘    “    —Wedge.............. For Representatives-Johnson............ — Drommernauseu ... — Lawson.............. —Miller................ bor Auditor—Higgins...................... —Johnsrud.................... For Treasurer—I alison................... “ —Knatvold.................. For Sheriff—Mitchell...................... “ —Barlow......................... For Register of Deeds— Hold. Anderson____ “ —Hostetter........... bor Clerk Dist. Court—Annls.............. “    “    —Quinn.............. bor Judge of Puobate— hiackmer........... —Howard............ •or County Attorney—Morgan............ —Jno. Anderson...... bor Coroner -Luce.......................... —Cowles....................... For Supt. Schools—Olsen................... * M **    —Biirk^ For Court Commissioner—Barck .iii ii iii’, i “    “    —Clements....... bor County Commissioner—Brundin  ..... “    —Paine.......... THIRD WARD. For President—McKinley  .................. “ —Bryan........................ “    “    —levering.................... For Governor—Clough...................... -Lind......................... “    “    —Dean........................ For Lieut. Governor—Gibbs................ —Bowler............... “    ** —Wedge............... For Congress—Taw ney...................... “    **    —Fitzpatrick.................. For Representative—Johnson............... —Drommerbausen...... — I .aw sou............... -Miller................. For Auditor—Higgins....................... “ —Joliusrud...................... For Treasurer—Hansou..................... —Knatvold................... For Sneriff—Mitchell........................ "    •*    —Barlow........................ Reg. of Deeds—Robt, Anderson............. —Hostetter.................... For Clerk of Court—Aunts.................. “ J* —Quinn  ......... Forjudge of Probate—Biackmer........... “    ** —Howard............. For County Attorney—Morgan.............. **    “    ** —John Anderson...... b or Coroner—Luce.......................... “ . “    —Cowles........................ For Co. Supt.— Oiseu........................ “    ** —Burke....................... For Co. Commissioner—Brundin............ PICKEREL LAKE. For President— McKinley................... tm —Bryan........................ h For Governor—Clough...................... us — Lind......................... io b or Congress-Tawney...................... 120 “    “    —Fitzpatrick.................. 9 For Representative—Johnson............... 114 —Drommerbausen  116 —Lawson................. ie “    —Miller................. 15 bor Auditor—Higgins....................... 122 “    **    —Johnsrud.................... s For Treasurer—Hanson...........   118 — Knatvold................... 16 For Sheriff—Mitchell........................ im “    “ —Barlow........................ is For Reg. of Deeds—Robt. Anderson  I —Hostetter............... 5 I or Clerk of Court—Annis.................. 124 —Quinn.................. s Forjudge of Probate—Biackmer........... 129 *    **    “ —Howard.......... bor Co. Attorney—Morgan.................. 113 . “    ** —John Anderson.......... 19 bor Supt. Schools—Olsen................... J22 “ —Miss Burke............. lo LONDON. McKinley..................................... 114 Bryan......................................... 3$ Clough......................................... ion £Jnd.......................................... 37 Tawney........................................ 117 Fitzpatrick.................................... 30 Johnson....................................ii. im Drommerhausen........................  102 Lawson..................................... 26 Miller....................................  24 Higgins...................................V    *    IIT Johnsrud.................................... 30 Hanson.......................  118 Knatvold.................7.7.............i.. .. 30 Mitchell..........................     i.    i    121 Barlow..............................iii.    iii    iii    is Anderson..................................iii    112 Hostetter..........................I........i 35 Annls..................................iiii    ii    i    us Quinn.................................  28 Biackmer........................... 116 Howard.............................. "    "32 Morgan ...................................  115 Anderson ...................... 31 Luce.......................................... no Cowles......................... 32 CIsen....................................iii.’.    137 Burke...........................   30 SHELL ROCK. McKinley..................................... 160 ...........    18 ........... 146 ........... 85 ........... 157  80 ........... 153  120 ........... 76 ........... 59 ........... 169 ........... 74 ...........148 ........... 96 ........... 165 .......... 83 ........... HS ..........136 ........... 170 233 61 a 182 69 IO 2U2 45 16 210 4 201 I 44 221 52 197 80 »»i 54 211 33 234 42 223 51 201 70 202 56 290 86 20 Bryan Clough........................ Lind........................... Tawney....................... Fitzpatrick.................. Johnson...................... Drommerhausen............. Lawson...................... Miller........................ Higgins........................ Johnsrud...................... Hanson........................ Knatvold....................... Mite hell...ai.................... Barlow ..................... Robt. Anderson............... Hostetter...................... Annls.......................... Quinn.......................... Biackmer...................... Howard........................ Morgan........................ John Anderson................ Olsen........................... Miss Burke..................... NUNDA. McKinley................................ 155 Bryan.........  i.i...    55 Clough........................................ 137 Lind......................................... .vt Tawney.........................  Ill Fitzpatrick........................  54 lohnson.......................   139 Drommerhausen....................iii......    ill lawsuit..................................... r»l Miller........................iii*...ii...i.ii .    46 Higgins...............................i.i..... 152 Johnsrud..................................... 49 Hanson..................................  146 Knatvold.............................ii’*****..    56 Mitchell......................i. .iii..7 iii    150 Barlow........................ ..........iii.    57 Anderson...................iii    ...iii.iiiiiii. 155 Hostetter..........................iiii!..iiii    51 Annis.................................. ....    154 Qtdnn.....................7777.77.7.777    52 Biackmer.........................7.7...7.7.7.    164 Howard.................... .....iiiiii.ii.    44 Morgan.......................!............... 139 John Anderson............................... 60 Olsen.............   sap Mary Burke...................................    al Opdahl........................................ 132 Johnson...........................    52 MANSFIELD. McKinley..................................... 121 Bryan.......................  .‘..    iii    . I 25 Clough ....................................... in Lind.......................................... 37 Tawney...................................... us Fitzpatrick.................................. 27 Johnson......................    ..    ..iii. .iiii. ii 105 Drommerhausen.....................  M Lawson...................................... 32 Miller................. .........! .i ii ii ii ii ii. 27 Hegins.................IV.    .1 **.**. ’.*. V.** 11 II 111    lls Johusrud.................................... 28 Hanson.......................I.... ...*..*... ii. 117 Knatvold............................  28 Mitchell..............................III!.**...    117 Barlow.....................    HI 111111 HI IIH/    31 Anderson .............I    IIII    1.1.1.1.71 IIH III. 121 Hostetter.......................‘    .......    30 Annis....................................... 123 Quinn....................   26 Biackmer..........................7.7........116 Howard..............................7    ”    .’____ 33 Morgan..........................IIII IIII .ITI. 113 Anderson............  3* Olsen..............................I....... ... 118 Burke  ........................1......... 31; Opdahl........................IHI.......1.1.1 111 Johnston...................II..HIH.III!!....    34 BANCROFT. McKinley.............. iv. Bryan................7.7.7................... 41 V1™*1*.............................minim ^ Lind...................... u> Tawney ........................ Fitzpatrick.......in.7in;;n;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;*    "J •Johnson...  .......   mm0    |43 prommerhausen...............’.III........II*. 112 Lawson................. Miller .HH........................... m h 1‘gK1i»s.............7.7.7/7.7.. IHIirilH IH11! im Joliusrud .......101 Hanson..............*.......................... 14* Knatvold............ ...................... Mitchell................. *    * .71...... 12* Barlow....................... 1717111.1.’HH    96 Anderson  ............................ 185 Hostetter................... ...’1...... 32 Annis...................... ■“*    no Quinn.................   40 Biackmer............../.“HHH H* 111* I II 11 II 183 Howard.............. ^ ................77.777.7.7.77.771 153 Anderson.................. ;;uc«.......................un..* minim. m7 Cowles..................................... 44 .7.77 .rn * rn i i 7.mi 191 .................................. 58 NO. 45 Olsen... Burke.., McKinley Bryan ... Clough ... Lind MANCHESTER. 160 27 136 40 Tawney I!II*.III’.!’.III ........................ im Fitzpatrick HI I.711.71.............. *4 Johnson ........ Drommerhausen Lawson . Miller HHH Riggins..................... .... Johusrud .......  -t? Sanson .     *......... 97 Kuatvold 145 121 31 32 151 134 53 Behen  .7.7.7.7.77.'77.7.7.7.7.11» OAKLAND. McKinley____ Bryan................................... Clough...................... Lind.................................... Tawney..................... .*.7.7.7.7 Fitzpatrick..............  Hi    111 ii. II Johnson..........................HH    17 Drommerhausen....................II    I * I Lawson.................. Miller..................7./.III! HI 11 HH Higgins.................. .111 HH 11 HI 11! Johnsrud......................11. HHH Hanson.................................. Knatvold.................. M itch ell...............II 111111 111 I Barlow.....................HUIHUI!.’' A nderson.................... I    II II I HI I! Hostetter .................I.    HH I IHI I! 7 Aunla.....................ii.    I...... Qulnu........................ IHI    IHI. Biackmer................ ..II    Hill* I* Howard.....................HIH    11IIIH* Morgan.......................... 11 II ** II Anderson....   .Hill III....... Olsen....................... I!    IU...I* Burke I.I.............Hill..HIH II HAYWARD. McKinley............................ Bryan........................... HT Clough................ Lind.............................nm:*. Tawney..................HI... .... HHH! Fitzpatrick......................HH. Johnson...........................I’.. I iii Drommerhausen.............  .I    HH I! Lawson.................. Miller...........  ...mi.    mi Higgins  .........................I.nm Joliusrud............................. Hansou.......................11 Knatvold  ...... Mitchell...................mn im HHH Barlow...........................nim!: Robt. Anderson ...1117.111.111117 Hostetter .......... Annts............................ ...... Quinn  ..............I.Hi!! IIII HI! Biackmer............111 .11 I i............ Howard...............II.    I Hi I! I!...... M organ.............I    .HIIHI mi IHI mi John Anderson..............1111111111 Olsen...................................” Miss Burke 111111.11111111H. I II*. 1111 ALBERT LEA TOWNSHIP. McKinley...................... Bryan..................... ..7.7.7. Clough.............. Lind......................I/ V...... Tawney ...................I////I/H Fitzpatrick .’.HI.. I Hi HHH ! I..... Johnson .........................1111.11. Drommerhausen..............IHI....... Lawson............... Miller..................... .I    ........... Higgins..................... mm    mn, Johnsrud.................HI........II’ Hanson...............  II    .111.11...... Knatvold............ I.................. Mitchell..................mrmmim: Barlow.........................HIH!!!    I Anderson..........*..*/*..*................ Hosttetter ...*.7.7................ Annls.................. HH    Hi”........ Quinn.................7.    .77.7.7. .7*, 7.7 Biackmer........#................ Howard............HHH.... HH I. II 117 Morgan................. minimi    II John Anderson..............I    .    I..... Olsen  ................HI. I.HHH Mary Burke................ ... 83 •I 64 91 53 H7 62 51 44 109 33 T9 65 108 38 93 50 103 43 102 45 91 no 98 54 87 TI 89 76 sr, 67 93 *0 70 62 1*9 75 76 97 105 64 115 HO 105 67 87 87 94 81 122 58 150 39 127 70 151 49 143 124 70 66 165 57 144 71 153 66 176 43 172 44 178 41 167 63 197 58 Barlow. Anderson ....HH Hostetter ..Ii II ii Annis........... Quinn............ Biackmer..... Howard . Morgan.......... Jvton Anderson.. Lace............. Cowles  I Otsen ....... Mary Burke...! .'. Hammer....... Oved...... McKinley.. Bryan........... Clough.......... Lind................* Tawney........III Fitzpatrick HI •lohnson.............I I >rominerhausen . 11. Lawson ... . Miller.........H..... CARLSTON. Higgins Johns nsrud ....... Hanson...... Knatvold I! Mitchell........ Bartow.......... Anderson....... Hostetter...... Annis........... Quinn  ...... Backster....... Howard....... Morgan......... •latin Anderson. I ace............ coories.......... Olsen............ Mary Burke..... Hammer....... Oved........... so 165 24 162 29 162 26 134 50 146 42 154 49 142 33 *4 40 42 78 37 63 39 40 84 36 90 .44 93 31 91 32 90 I M I 86 36 84 37 Higgins  .........  log Johnsrud...............................   pj    I Hanson...........................   irz    I Knatvold...............   J-    I Mitchell...................................... Barlow......................,....   ^    j Laflin.....................   rn    I Herron.........................111111711 II 11 II 26 RobT Anderson  ......7.IHI I.  115 Hostetter............................. Annis....................... I........... '    iu Quinn.........................IIII    II    HI........ Biackmer..........................II! Howard......................HH........ .Morgan...............HH!.    ......... John Anderson.......................... Olsen.......................... Mary Burke.............. ... .HH I II! Ii.' A I.DEN VILLAGE. McKinley............................ Bryan .................. Clough............. Lind.........................HHH........ Tawney................................... Fitzpatrick...........11.. HI HIH........ Johnson................................. Drommerhausen.................H....... Lawson............... Miller.................. ............... Nelson Dept. Store. 41 112 103 lot M 131 44 HS IOO I 38 I 115 How Dollars Are Made. ALDEN TOWNSHIP. -McKinley......................... Bryan.....................ZHI "I........ Clough.................. Lind............................H V I..... Tawney............. Fit /pat rick...............7...... Johnson............................ii.III.".... GO Drommerhausen.............I II II ii i ......... 52 Lawson.....................   « Miller.........................   "Z Higgins.........................7.7.’........... 74 Johnsrud....................     3j Hanson......................'.‘.‘.I.............. 03 Knatvold....................     43 Mitchell............................I’I Barlow.........................II”....... Andersen................................. Hostetter....................I HH....... Annis..............................HH Quinn.......................   .7.7.7. Biackmer........................ Howard........................77777....... Morgan................................ Anderson.......................... Luce................................7.77 Cowles.................................... Olsen.............................!”...... Burke ...................... GENEVA McKinley............ Bryan,.............. ...7*1 Clough.............. Lind................. Tawney...........7.17.    .7*** Fitzpatrick   ...7.7.71 Johnson .................7.77 Drommerhausen ....... Lawson........ Miller.......... ............ Higgins.............ii    HI I flSSW  ....... -    f    J Hanson................ Knatvold ... Mitchell HHH........ Barlow.................HIH!.! Anderson.........II.HUI. I Hostetter...................... Annis............. Quinn I ..ii HI Hill ** Biackmer......... Howard.................. I.7.7* Morgan........... Anderson............. Luce...............77    . .." Cowles  ......... Olsen  .................. Burke.............  HH    *** I Att in .7.7.7.. VV Herron................V.    7.7* Hinging............................. Johnsrud................... Hanson.......................  .”11 Kuatvold  ............... Mitchell..................HI I........ Harlow   I*.IIH II I Robt. Anderson..............HIH Hostetter...................... Annis....................... Quinn.........................HHH. Biackmer............... Howard................I.    HH ...II Morgan..................7.7 ii I. ii. . . John Anderson......... Lace......................HI........ Cowles...............HI............. Olsen.....................I.    III. 11. I MBs Burke..........HIH" opdahi...................m    nm nm Johnston..............     "I HARTLAND VILLAGE. McKinley............................. Bryan..................... Clough..................I Ltnd......................... Tawney....................IIH! III!! Fitzpatrick...................iii Johnson........................ Drommerhausen  ........11 Lawson................ Miller.................................. Higgins ....   II ii II I Hill..... Johusrud..................... Hanson   I.. . . HI    " Kuatvold.......... Mitcheii..................mn.*........ Barlow....................... inn.    III Kob't Anderson....................." Hostetter............... Annis...................nm........ Quinn..................... .III!...... Biackmer.................. ill Howard................... Morgan................... Johu Anderson.......... Luce......... ..............m Cowles........ oisen hi nm............... Mary Burke............ A PLAGUE OF SPARROWS. 41 122 19 111 AS totSteHLlft 31 thC UnJied States mi"‘- Another way 10 make Dollars is by savmg; tim can be done bv buying at Nelson Brothers’ Store. 133 14 d 125 IC 127 17 j lib 31 II III 44 51 61 51 48 41 Tile OlosiU SouNon . . We are in the midst of. Our crowded show-rooms indicate that we are at the head of the Coat, Cape and \\ rap trade of this city. cial order day, Saturday, was a fabulous success customers from 40 to BO tance. We cannot mention details of this department, but any of the many pleased buyers who have purchased from us, am they will give us the b^st adverbs ing any firm can have. Our Oct. ITI , brmgti miles di ti pe- Cash has a Leverage j Now that w ill purchase more good 85 I 74 104 73 34 66 39 67 37 74 31 70 36 59 45 78 49 MOSCOW. McKinley............................. ion Bryan..................................   t;.> Clough....................................IHI    ,,3 Lind.................................. Tawney.........................I.!    HI 173 82 171 74 226 95 Fitzpatrick Johnson .............. Drommerhausen..... Lawson................ Miller................. Higgins ............... Johusrud............. Hanson................ Knatvold.............. Mitchell................ Barlow................ Robt. Anderson....... Hostetter.............. Annis.................. Quinn.................. Biackmer.............. 0 ( Howard................ * Morgan............... John Anderson........ Luce................... Cowles................. Olsen................... Miss Burke............ 143 42 134 50 FREEMAN. McKinley................................. Bryan..................................... Clough............................... Lind...................................... Tawney....................................... 138 Fitzpatrick................................... 41 Johnson...................................... lag Drommerhausen............................. 109 J.awson....................................... 34 Miller....................................... 34 Higgins....................................... 147 Johusrud..................................... 35 Hanson.......................................139 Knatvold...................................... 48 Mitchell....................................... 139 Barlow........................................ 47 Anderson..................................  147 Hostetter................................ ag Annls........................................... 153 Quinn......................................... 31 Biackmer.....................................159 Howard.................................. 27 Morgan.................................   hs Anderson..................................... 41 Olsen..........................................226 Mary Burke................................... 50 Opdahl........................................ 143 Johnston...................................... 30 McKinley... Bryan...... Clough...... Lind. RIOLLANO. .......... 65  112 .......... 65 .......... 115 .......... 78 .......... 65  60  120 .......... 65  80 .......... 70 120 ....... GO .......... 117  62  120  62  120  60   120   60  120  60  120 .......... 55 .......... 190  16 .......... I    S3 _   28 Tawney........................................ 200 Fitzpatrick.................................. 12 Johnson..............................HH  ]gg Drommerhausen.....................11 Hi I HI 146 Lawson..............................   15 Miller..........................   ii Higgins  m mmni m Johnsrud............................. 36 Hanson..............................HIH    I    Iii* 188 Knatvold..........................   or, Mitchell................................H Barlow................................... Anderson................................ Hostetter.............................. Annis.................................... Quinn................................. Biackmer................................I Howard................................... Morgan................................ John Anderson........................HH Luce....................................... Cowles.................................I. Olsen...................................... Mary Burke................................ ZD 188 26 210 2 203 10 201 11 182 38 204 4 241 ll NEWRY McKinley  ......... Bryan....................... Clough..........HH! Lind..............I......HH Tawney...............HHH. Fitzpatrick ........... JonnsoD .................... Drommerhausen.......  .I Lawson........ Miller...............HHH” Higgins................I/.*. Johnsrud................... Hansou...........I    VI!/HH Knatvold..... Mitchell.........I    im    im    I” Barlow..................IHI Anderson  ........... ... . Hostetter............” Biackmer  .........71.7.1.* Howard............... Annis........77777...... Quinn................7.m.V Morgan...................... Anderson.............’..HI* Luce........... ‘ Cowles...............HHH.....I............. Oiseu. Burke English Farmers HaJ Their Summer Crops Ruined by Them. The English sparrow bas been get-1 ting in its line destructive work dur-1 mg the last harvest season in England at a rate which would have caused its total extermination in this country I had its depredations l,eeh nearly as extensive, says the New York Journal I oz I On many farms in England the spar-1 J® I rows have been acting as harvesters ot I on their own account. The harvest sa weather was wet and whole fields of I JI rip* wheat, oats arid barley remained j tt unharvested till the propitious weath-5m I er came. These tempting crops at-. traded enormous Hocks of the ma-' rauding sparrows, and their havoc a!-; 84 I most amounted to a plague. Thej first -#* I attacked the wheat fields, and after toss ri*11-'’ mining that crop they descended To on the barley and oats, leaving little TI fur the farmers to do but clean up the straw. « When shot at the bird.# would fly so away, but would return again as soon ,5 RS their enemies—the 1-irmers—had 83 disappeared. The greatest damage was done early in the morning and ^ J late in the evening. The farmers have J decided to ask the government to adopt some means ot exterminating the sparrows should another plague of the little pests manifest itself next year. not wait until tomorrow some lines of de (nan ever known before. Letter buy today. Prices won,t go lower. Every day irable goods vanishes. N ] JI Mn! Stirs. 96 Cl I 70 -A.t Men’i Thompson’s. 1 All Solid Working Shoes, 81.25 - 81.50 to 82.75 ( Set* the Elk SI Kin 96 89 69 I 85 cs 91 85 84 90 96 K» 89 85 95 86 95 86 86 96 81 Lattln....... Herron...... 97 105 70 112 bath. McKinley........................ Bryan..................HH.HHH....... Clough............. Lind............... Tawney.................................. Fitzpatrick.............HH!    II    III    I    ii    II    ” Johnson..................I.HIIIIIHHII Drommerhausen.... .........7.7........ Lawson...... Miller....................I............... Higgins..,...................HIH....... Johnsrud ........................... Hanson  I. .'................. i-u Kuatvold..........I..  ......................... 411 Mitchell.................I...................Hi Barlow......................71............... as Anderson..........." . .................... Hostetter II I II 1111! IIH................ Annls...............7.    I.................. Quinn   1.7.7.......777............. Biackmer...........77.7”    ’................... Howard..................7.7............... Morgan......................  7.7........... Anderson............. 7 Luce..................1.777 IHI............. Cowles.......... Olsen............1.17.7.7.’.*. II................ Burke...........7. .7.77..71!**............. l.attin.................7  .................... Herron...............71117 7 *. 111 II! 717.111 HARTLAND TOWNSHIP. McKinley........................ Bryan...............I    IHI    ...HI    HH.......... Clough............... Lind................. ......    .............. Tawney.......... Fitzpatrick........1111.111 II II IIH II II....... Johnson............................. ”, Drommerbausen ............ Lawson........ Miller...........7.777771.....*............. Higgins............. Johnsrud.........    .    7..................... Hanson............I........................... Knatvold...................................... Mitchell............7/...... Barlow ....II............I........... Anderson 77.777.7.77.77......... 83 Hostetter.............7.7!..........II7Hill 32 Annis................... _    g3 Quinn.............7.7......................... a Biackmer .........  si Howard..............”........................ ^ Morgan..................   71 Anderson............ ..................... Luce..................... Cowles................71................ Olsen................  I Burke..................7/ l.attin....................HH............ Herrou............... 118 53 IUD 59 121 47 97 68 80 65 121 58 ISI 34 133 51 139 42 130 51 121 45 173 48 114 46 McKinley... Bryan............ Lind.............. Clough........... Tawney.......... Fitzpatrick....... Johnson.......... Drommerhausen. Lawson.......... Miller............ FREEBORN. 81 33 83 33 80 31 108 45 56 86 99 47 83 54 54 94 Always the Right Place. To get job printing, books, pamph-1 lets, circulars, commercial and cream-1 ery printing, wedding invitations and | cards, ladies steel plate calling cards— 1 everything from a mammoth poster ton delicate art folder, is at the Standard I office. Fact No. I—The Standard is the! oldest and largest job printing house i in southern Minnesota. Fact No. 2— The STANDARD doc* ; work quickly, handsomely, and at leu- | est living prices. Kemember our new quarters: Over I Maimer A: Henry’s store, nearly oppo-I site the new opera house. The Standard News and Job Printing House. -— - ——• — - - - Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. Dr. Preston Tuesday Nov. 17. Diseases treated, operations performed and spectacles fitted.  — — Going to California? Phillips* Upholstered Tourist Cars are Best. 126,090 passengers carried in IG years and all I of them pleased, is a flattering testimonial..leal- I pus imitators have started rival lines, hut they lack the facilities ana experience of tile pioneers in the tourist car business. The Minneapolis and St. Ixiuls railroad runs I elegant upholstered tourist cars to California i points without change, leaving St. Paul 7 GO p i rn.; Minneapolis 7:35 p. rn every Thursday, via Omaha, Denver and Salt Lake Clty-the Scenic ! Line. On November 3d and each succeeding Tues- | day we will run an additional car via Kansas 1 City and Ft. Worth—the Southern Route, no I altitudes and no snow. The time Is only FOUR DAYS via either route. I In this age time is an important factor in tile selection of a line of travel. The Albert Lea Route, being tile quickest and best appointed, is ? most popular. Through sleeping car berths only $6.00. A gentlemanly conductor and colored porter accompany the car to attend the wants of the passengers. Meals served In dining cars, or may be prepared on cooking ranges provided for the purpose in a separate compartment. Full information as to ticket rates, or berth reservations, win be given by addressing A. B. Cults, General Passenger and Ticket Agent. Minneapolis & St. Louis Railroad, Minneapolis, Minn.    4    5vv* Tourist Car Service to California Resumed. The celebrated Phillips personally conducted California tours commences its 16th vear of successful operation with athrough car for Califor ilia, leaving St. Paul Thursday evening, Sept. 3, over the Minneapolis & St. Louis railroad and connections, via Denver and Ogden, and will run every Thursday thereafter during the season. The usual care aud attention will be given to our patrons that has contributed to the popu larity of these excursions in the past. For further particulars and rates, address. A. B. Cutis, G. P. & T. A., Minneapolis, Minn. expDecui For Ocean Steamship Tickets Via the Beaver Line from Montreal-Quebec to Liverpool, or via any steamship line crossing the Atlantic, at lowest rates for first cabin, second cabin and steerage, both outward and prepaid, apply to E. A. Bliss, agent, Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul By., at Albert Lea, or address C. F. Wenham. Gen. Steamship Agent, 48 Adams St.,Chicago, IU. Bicycle Shoes, Ladies’ Tan Ox, ! A Niue Oru Men’s Fine Tan Shoes, (See the New Toe.) ALWAYS 82.00 8*> 2.75 to 85.00 SOMETHING NEW Thompson’s. lo tile Politic to learn of the inane carloads of ) J That we are receiving. It a. i    o happens so often that all are used to ir. Home Furniture Company. Olson Sc Thune,    ■§•»> mERomtr tailors Skillful and Reliable Work Guaranteed. %    0 0 0 Repairing of All Kinds of Furs a Specialty. Ladies' Cloaks Made to Order, Stylishly ami at Moderate Prices. Albert Lea, *    Over    Cash    Grocery    Store.

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