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Freeborn County Standard (Newspaper) - September 30, 1896, Albert Lea, MinnesotaALBERT LEA MINN. WEDNESDAY SEPT. 30, 1896. BY H CARLYLE H. G, DAY. DAY, Associate. SUBSCRIPTION SI.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Entsbeu at the Postoffice in Albert Lea as seo-oadclass mail matter. Blaine’s Warning. “I believe the struggle now going on in this country and other countries for a single gold standard would, if successful, produce disaster in the end throughout the commercial world. The destruction of silver as money, and the establishment of gold as a sole unit of value, must have a ruinous effect upon all forms of property except those investments which yield a iixed return in money. These would be enormously increased in value, and would gain a disproportionate, and therefore unfair, advantage over every other species of property.”—From Blaine's speech Feb, 7, ISIS. Senator Davis declared in his speech at Albert Lea two weeks ago that Ins position on the silver question iii 1890 was wrong; that the advice he gave the people was incorrect, and in the presence of his intelligent audience, without apparent shame, stated that what he said in the campaign of 1890 regarding silver was a mistake and wrong, thus admitting that he is un-reli    e and an unsafe teacher and lear . Think of a student, eminent Popular Want Column Five Cents per Line Each Insertion. Nothing less than Fifte-en Cents. W WAXTEn-HELP. anted^girls to learn the mil- linery business. Mrs. J. F. GATES. T FOK It EXT. 'IO RENT-TWO FRONT ROOMS ABOVE my store, suitable for office. 40tf    S.    STRAUSS. lav mi’ yet ret r and United States senator ad->g that he advocated only six ago a financial policy of far-ig consequences HOR RENT—SUITE OF FIRST-CLASS OF-tice rooms. Inquire of Albert Lea Mercan- 39 tf F tile Co IO RENT—FOR CASH, 200 ACRE FARM, which lie now says was ruinous in its effects on the country! Discredited out of his own mouth! Is such a man sincere? Is he honest? Surely he is an unreliable _b and dangerous political guide. T Also cows if desired. I I 40tf (I GOODNATURE, Monarch P. O., Minn. FOR SALR..MIHCELLAXEOI S. HOR SALE-CHEAP, and oars.    3311 GOOD V, ROW BOAT A. FOBES. at As Certain as 2 and 2 Is 4. William J. Bryan in his speech Boston said: We lay down this proposition, that the more money there is in the country, the easier it is for any person who has something to sell to get his share of that money. Our opponents plant themselves upon the doctrine that the less money tile whole people have the more money each individual will have. That is a material proposition which you cannot find in any arithmetic, but it seems to be the proposition upon which republican linanciering is based. We say, that while the dollar goes up, property must go down, and that falling prices and falling property mean hard times. If you ask us how this gold standard affects the farmer, we tell you that the gold standard lowers the prices of the products he sells, without lowering his taxes or his debts. If you ask how the gold standard affects the laboring man, we reply that it destroys the opportunity for labor, multiplies the number of idle men The gold standard fills our streets with men who are anxious to work, but find no opportunity. The gold standard by increasing idleness, brings poverty to those who should have enough to spare, and when you bring people into poverty, when you take away the means of gaining a livelihood, you make tramps out of men who, under just conditions, would be self-supporting and contribu tors to the nation's wealth and greatness. And, last of all, when you drive men to hunger and despair and desperation, you make criminals out of men, who under just conditions would be law abiding citizens. The gold standard has nothing to de Send it except the misery which has followed it wherever it has been tried. An exhaustive treatise on the problem of ratios by E. A. Paradis, of the Midway NewTs, which he published last week, is one of the most erudite and able expositions of the money question that we have seen. It is nonpartisan except in the concluding intimation that tile republican party, under the domination of Wall street as it is, will afford the relief demanded. The party has approved and adopted Grover Cleveland’s course as r gard national finances; John Sherman says he could not have done better if he T7VOR SALE—A GOUD HORSE, 6 YEARS JJ old. Inquire of 26tf    HNAT    YO    LD    HARDWARE CO. £HOR SALE-SEVEN SPANS OF YOUNG 1 horses, for cash or on time with approved notes at 7 per cent per annum. Inquire of .losiali Jones, 2J4 miles northeast of Alden village, on section 23. town of Carlton.    40w4 Sheriff’s Male. BY virtue of an execution issued out of the District Court for the Teuth Judicial District, in and tor the County of Freeborn and State of Minnesota, upon a judgment rendered in Justice Court November 23d. A. I). two, and docketed in said Court on the 13th day of January, A. I). Ihih), in an action wherein T. K. Haugen is plaintii) and AnnaT. Rice is defendant, in favor of said plaintiff and against said defendant, for the sum of twenty-two dollars and ninety-four cents ($22 94), I have on the 12th day of September, A. D. 1896, levied upon all the right, title and interest of the said defendant Anna T. Rice to the following described real property, to-wit: The west one-half of the southeast oue-quarter of section thirty (JO), township one hundred and three (103) north, ol range nineteen (19) west, of the fifth principal meridian, lying and being in Freeborn Countv, Minnesota. The said right, title and interest so levied upon aud to be sold, being all the right, title and interest of said Anna T. Rice in and to the above described tract of land at any time since the 13th day of January, A. D. 1899, beiug the said day whereon said judgment was docketed in said District Court,thereby becoming a lien upon the real property of said Anna T. Rice. and will sell the same, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said execution and costs, at the west front door ol Hie Court House, in the City of Albert Lea. in Hie County and Htate aforesaid. on Saturday, the 3tst day of October, A. D. 1866, at IO o’clock a. rn. of that day. Dated Albert Lea,Sept. 14th, A. D. 1896. W. C. MITCHELL, Sheriff of Freeborn County, Minnesota. J. A. Sawyer. Attorney for Plaintiff. Sept. IC—Oct. 28. FOR SALE-REAL KMT ATR. TT'OR SALE OK TRADE-100 ACRES OF D improved land in Murray county. Minn. Would trade for some good business in town. Address. Clarence Clark, Alden, Minn. 30w3 TT'OR 8ALE-S1400 BUYS MY HOME ON lr North Broadway, one of the most conveniently located and modern eight-room houses iu the city.    tf.    O.    A. SCHWEITZER. T. E. Schleuder Has returned from the East, where he purchased the major portion cf -    -    -    -    - Now York City. That is, he secured for his magnificent jewelry emporium, a splendid stock of -    -    -    - Jewelry, Cut Class, Diamond*, Crockery, Musical Instruments And other articles, which will both gratify the eye and satisfy the purse. Call and Hear tie Mesic Bol rr. E. Sclicuder, Tho Jeweller. Bessesen & Steen -A.t -DEALERS IN- Watches , Men Thompson’s. Clocks,'">• JEWELRY, SILVERWARE. A watch is a very delicate piece of mechanism, and to give satis'j faction and wear a lifetime should be cleaned every eighteen months. Has yours been attended to? If not, bring it in. Our prices are low, compatible with good work. B^OU SALE - 1500 ACRES BEST KINDS hardwood timber in central Minnesota, near to railroad, at a great bargain. Kxperi- n’Qrp Q rpnnlilipsTi and flirt onlv Iiodp * enced man with portable sum milt can make were a republican, ana me only nope blgprofit8    it aml shipping hardwood of a Change the party promises is lumber. Inquire of or write to H. ti. Day, through the consent of foreign nations, j a shameful position indeed. Mr. Bara-1 dis’ treatise is nevertheless pregnant, with wise thought and suggestion. STAN DAND office. 27tf Enterprise Iron Works, ALBERT LEA, MINN. JIOXEY TO 1,0AX. "YJONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED FARMS Every monopoly and trust in Amen-1 ca is for McKinley, and they are pour-I T7 fund.! -M iu amounts of $1,000 and up. in any part of the country. Kates reasonable. 39tf    W.    W.    ALLEN 1707 4th Ave. South, Minneapolis, Minn. ONEY-LOANS MADE ON IMPROVED inn* roiUirinQ a    cininuitrn fund xO. farm lauds In sums Of £1,000 and over at mg millions into Bld campaign luna■    raU.s. No commission. For particulars. What the monopolies and trusts want | address I. M. Tripp, 415 Manhattan Bide , st, the people don’t want. William J, Bryan is lighting the monopolies and trusts; they do not own and cannot buy or bulldoze him. He is the candidate of the people and the people will put him in the White House to carry on the work that Lincoln began. Paul. Mum. 3mw4 Robert Lindblom of the big Chicago free silver grain firm says: “I know that prices of provisions will double in value in two years if Bryan is elected, and if McKinley is elected his numerous and rich friends will bull the market, so we are bound to have an advance no matter what happens in the political world.” Both sides will then have cause to be thankful when election is over. ATON EY ON REAL ESTATE SECURITY* 1VJL at a low rate of interest. Time, one to Ave years. lrnarss    NAEVE    Sc    SOTH. 911 MF Kl. LA SKOK*. XVT ANTED—EVERY B< >DY TO KNOW THAT VV The STANDARD doe* all kinds cf first-class job printing; also legal blanks aud binding. Hlieriflw Male. ]DY virtue of an execution Issued out of the 3 District Court for the Tenth Judicial District, in and for the County of Freeborn and State of Minnesota, upon a judgment Issued and docketed in said Court on t ne 16th day of November. A. 1). 18s«, lit an action wherein dias. ll. Ruble Is plaintiff and James A. Shequin is defend.tnt, iu favor of said plaintiff and auainst said defendant, for I tie sum of one hundred forts-two dollars and thirty-three cents (f 142.33), I have <m the lith day of September, A. ll 1896, levied upon ail the right,title and interest of the said defendant James A. Shequin to the following described real property, to-wlt: Ute north one-hall of the southwest one-quarter of section    I    n    x    &    en    a    t •    li    n    a- I    Contractor    for    Healy &    Lnbt    Castings principal meridian, lying aud being in Freeborn County, Minnesota. The said right, title and interest so levied upon and to be sold as aforesaid being all the right, title ami interest of said .James A. Shequin iu aud to said above described tract oi land at any time since said ifith day of November. A. I). 1886 the day whereon said judgment was docketed and be came a Hen upon the real estate of said James A. Shequin, and will sell the same, or so much thereof as may be necessary to sattsty said execution and costs, at the west front door of the Court House in the City of Albert Ij»a, in the County and State aforesaid, on Saturday, the 31st day of October, A. D, b*9G, at ll o'clock a. rn of that dav. Dated Albert Lea, September nth. 189€. W a MITCHELL. Sheriff of Freeborn County, Minnesota. J. A Na WY KU, Attorney tor Plaintiff. & pt 16 Oct. 28 Ever th in? in Jewelry. ’s All Solid Working Shoes, $1.25 Bicycle Shoes, -    .    $1.50 to $2.75 (See the Elk Skin Soles.) Ladies’ Tan Ox, -    -    .    $2.00 (A Nice One.) Men's Fine Tan Shoes, (See the New Toe.) ALWAYS SOMETHING NEW $2.75 to $5.00 Thompson’s. Olson & Thune,    9^ MERCHANT tailors cs Ap- Xotice in Proceedings to Perpetuate Tewtiniony. S^TATE OF MINNESOTA County of Freeborn. Order for Hearing nnd Xotlee or pliration for Appointment of A (I min int rut or. oTATF. OF MINNESOTA—Oonnty of Fr^born | » ’ f*e. In Probate Court, special tar ai, Sept. ML IWM. Iu the matter of the estate of Christian Clahl deceased. 1 Ou receiving and filing the petition of Ida Gab!, of Hennepin county. Minnesota, repre- I seining, among other things, that Christian j Uahl, late of Albert I.<-a, on th** 12th day of I August, A. D.    at Albert Lea died tnle-tnte, I aud being a resident of this County at the time tit his death, leaving goods, chattels and estate 1 "TITE within this comity, and that the said petitioner is \\ j mother to grandchildren of said deceased, aud us feel mciirt n of said estate be to    '    " And Manufacturer of- Structural Iron Work, Grate Bars, Smoke Stacks. Steam Engines, Steel Beams, Steam Pumps, Farm and Mill Machinery Repaired. Orders by Mail Promptly Attended to. Correipcsder ce Solicited J. W. VENESS, Prop. $28 TO $33 FOR Skillful and Reliable Work Guaranteed. 0 Repairing of All Kinds of Furs a Specialty. Ladies' Cloaks Made to Order, islily arni at Moderate Brie Albert Lea Over Cash Grocery Store. P. B. Hart, M. A. Spooner, Frank J. Heist, (leo. II. Fletcher, Frank Morrill and II. M. Parker, prominent lawyers of Minneapolis, have deserted the republican party and will stump the state for free silver, Bryan and Lind. Tile gold newspapers and orators have a great deal to say about “national honor,” but they neglect to mention the gigantic trusts that are backing their cause. Probate Court. In the matter of perpetuating the evidence ani testimony as to the title to the southwest quarter of the northeast quarter and the northwest quarter of the southeast quarter and the northeast j    prating that admimetrati quarter of the southwest quarter, ail in section j    Ida (intlI granted: seventeen, town one hundred aud four, range    It i* ordered, that •‘aid petition be heard before nineteen, in Freeborn County. Minnesota.    this    Court on Monday, the 12th day of October, A John D. Cochlin and Daniel D, Cochlin having; D. 1-06, at J o’clock p.m. at Albert Lea inturn! delivered to me a statement in writing, setting ; oounty forth their respective titles to the lands above de Ordered further, that notice thereof be given scribed and requested that the depositions of cer ;    to th*- h* irs of said deceased, and IO all person* lu- taiu witnesses, in said statement named, be taken    wrested, by publishing    thi-    order    once    in I as to the same; ami it satisfactorily appearing that each week for three suecMNiim weeks prior bino personal notice can be served on any parties,    *aid day of hearing, in the Freeborn County Hland- interested or supposed to be interested; it is or-    I ard, a Weekly new.paper printed and pubkahed at I Stylish ■ Millinery. C are receiving praises enough from disinterested persons who know, to make secure of our place as the leader in furnishing 1896 styles in ..... I guarantee them atmolutely free from imperfections of any kind, aud I have plenty of repairs in case of acci- j dent Kemember I will he here when I all other bicycle agents are got! Hellie Hardware Co. ARE AGENTS FOK Henry Simi E E StGvarts STOVES eld RAISES. dered, that said depositions be taken before me at ; the Probate Office in the City of Albert Lea, -aid county, on Saturday the 24th day of October, 1896, at two (!) o’clock in the afternoon, and that notice I thereof be given by publishing this order once in i each week for three successive weeks prior to said day, in the Freeborn County Standard, a weekly j newspaper printed and published at Albert Lea, rn said county. Dated September 2Ctb, 18a«6. Ll. s.]    DEMAN    BLACKMER, Sept. 3*3—Oct, 14.    Judge    of    Probate. Albert Lea, In said county. Dated at Albert Em the I Ah day of September, 1866. By the Court, Ic. a.I    HEMAN BLACKMER, Sep. 16- JU    Judge    of    Probate. s S' Last year there were OO peoples’ parly and democratic papers in the state. Now there are over 150 and they are all for Bryan and free ail vt r. Let Us Reason Together. Suppose that in 1892 a free-silver president and congress had been elected and unlimited coinage at IG to I inaugurated. Then suppose that these things had followed: The industry of the country sandbagged, workingmen thrown out of employment by the million, farmers unable to sell their produce at a profit, bankruptcy hanging over countless thousands, many banks so near the verge of insolvency owing to depieciation in values that to press their debtors would mean ruin to themselves, our bond obligations increased by $262,000,000 to keep gold in the treasury, payment of the public debt stopped, and a deficit in the revenue of $12,OOO,1OOO a month piling up —suppose all this under a silver administration, and who would there now he to question that our manifold calamities had been brought upon us by free coinage? All these disasters have befallen under a gold administration, and why should not the gold standard be charged with them? Fresent facts are better guides t han the predictions of prophets of evil. Let the defenders of gold monometallism tell why it is that while their money system has been in existence Hie country has so suffered. As the gold men promise the people nothing more cheering than a continuance of this distress-breeding system, ct is not clear why the people should rise with enthusiasm to vote for another four years of the gold Stanfield and hard times. Ignatius Donnelly is the union nominee for the legislature in Dakota county, and has consented to it. Party platforms mean this campaign. something in 5:00 p. 7:30 p. AU the monied and business interests of the world will he forced to exert their tightest influence to uphold and make silver good money if free coinage wins. It will bn their interest to do it; it would be dangerous to them to do otherwise, and thus altogether free coinage will succeed and it will force foreign nations to adopt it ilso. Then will come the greatest time of prosperity America ever knew. mmmmmmmmmmmmmgammmmmmmmmmmmmmm Yale college hooted William J. Bryan off (lie platform iii New Haven, the town of the old line insurance lords, hut in Hie eyes of tho great masses of tho American people the intended insult was ati honor, considering the Route* of the insult, and it adds im-im iHrtty to t heir devotion to him and til** cause he represents. State Convention Y. W. C. A. Following is the program of the 12th annual convention of the Young Women’s Christian Association, to be held in the presbyterian church, Albert Lea, Oct. 2, 3 and 4,1896; FRIDAY. 2:00 p. rn.—Prayer and Praise. Miss M. Belle Jeffery, Minneapolis. 2:30 p. rn.— Organization. Greetings and response. 3:00 p. in.—“The Power of an Educated Ehrlst-lan Young Woman,’’ Mrs. T. G. Frost, Minneapolis. 3:30 p. rn —"The association an aid in the development of a perfect womanhood,” Miss Elizabeth Jones. Des Moines. 4:00 p. in.—Report of state executive committee. Chairman, Mrs. M. J. c. Wilkin; Treasurer, Miss S. Alta Page; State secretary, Miss M. Belle Jeffery. Reports from associations. in.—Adjournment. rn.—Song service. Address by Pres. George A. Gates, Grinnell, Iowa. SATURDAY. 9:00 a. in —Bible hour, Mrs. M. II. Taylor, Chicago. 10:00 a rn.—“Membership privllages” Miss Katie Bell Chadbourn, Minneapolis. Discussion. 10:20a rn.—Helps by the Way. (a) Evangel—Mrs. VV. s. Lindsay, Mankato Normal, (b) Lake Geneva —Miss Ida May Ellis, Carleton college. (c) State and international conventions—Mrs. T. J. Grav, Minneapolis. ii :00 a rn.—“Finances,” Miss Jones, state secretary of Iowa. Discussion. ll:IO a. in.—Prayer for young women of the world 12:00 in. —Adjournment. 2:Oo p, rn.—Devotional service, 2:30 p. in.— ‘How to organize Bible classes,” Miss Mary Grant, state university. “How to maintain Interest in Bible Oass,” Miss Prudence Tasker, Ham-line university. 3:00 p. rn.—“The Student Volunteer,” Miss Estella Ii. Bennett, state university. 3:30 p, rn.—“The Social Problem,” Mrs. T. G. Frost, Minneapolis. 4:00 p. in.—“Prayer and Gospel Meetings,” Miss M. II. Taylor,Chicago. 4:30 p. rn.—Business. Reports oi committees. 5:00 p. in.—Adjournment. 7:30 p. in.—Informal program and social at the college building. SUNDAY. 9:00 a. rn.—Meeting for personal blessing. led by Mrs. W. J. C. Wilkin, Minneapolis. 4:00 p. rn.-(iospel meeting for women, led by Miss M. II. Taylor, Chicago. 7:30 p. in.—Address. Miss M. II. Taylor, international secretary. 8:30 p. rn.— Farewell meeting. The association workers will speak in the methodist and baptist churches Sunday evening. Order to Examine Account*. JTATE OF MINNESOTA—County of Freeborn -ae. In Probate Court, special term, Sept. 26, 1890. Iu the matter of the estate of John Uillebrand, deceased. On reading nnd filing the petition of Dennis Hippie, executor of the estate of John ifille- I braud, deceased, representing, among other things, that he has fully administered sail! estate, j and praying that a time aud place be fixed for examining. and allowing the final account of hi* : administration, and for the assignment of the residue of said estate to the par tie* entitled thereto by law. It is ordered, that said account be examined, and petition heard by this court, on Friday, the 6th day of November, A. D. 1896, at IU o’clock a. rn. at the Probate office in the city of Albert Lea. in said county. Aud it is further 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, a weekly newspaper printed and published at Albert Lea, iu said j county. Dated at Albert Lea the 26th day of September, A. ' D 1896.    By the Court. [L. s.l    HEMAN    BLACKMER, Sept. 30—Oct. 14.    Judge of Probate. Order for Hearing Proof of Will. OX ATE OF MINNESOTA—County of Freeborn-k? ss. In Probate Court, Special term, Sept. 28tb, i 1896. j In the matter of the estate of David Horning, j deceased. Whereas, an instrument in writing, purporting I to be the last w’ill aud testament of David Horn- I J lug, deceased, late of said county, has been delivered to this Court- And whereas. Frank Tellett and Matilda Tellett have tiled therewith their petition, representing, among other things, that said David Horning died in said county on the kist day of September, 1896, 1 testate, aud that said petitioners are the executors named in said last will and testament, and praying that tho said instrument may be admitted to probate, and that letters testamentary be to them issued thereon; It is Ordered, That the proofs of said instru- Ordcr for Hearing: on 4 I ai iii**. 3 TATE OF MINNESOTA—Confr Of Freeborn -ss. la Probate Court, apodal Term, Sept. lith, im;. In the matter of the estate of Joseph Pell, deceased. Letter* of of adndnlst ration, with will auoexed, on the estate of Joseph Pell, deceased, late of the county of Freeborn and state of Minnesota, being granted to Josephine Pell; It is ordered, that six months be aud the -ame is hereby allowed from ant! after the (late of Un* order, in which all persons having claims or demands against the said deceased are required to file the same in the probate court of said county, for nam-tr.Htiou and allowance, or be forever marred. It is further ordered, that the 16th day of March, I KIT, at 19 o’clock a. rn., at a special term of said probate court, to be held at the probate office in the oourt house in the city of Albert Lea in an* I county, be aud the same hereby I* appointed as the time aud place wnen and where the said probate court will examine an i adju-l said claim* and demand*. And it is further ordered, that notice of such hearing be given to all creditors and persons interested in said estate by forthwith publishing this order once la each week for three successive weeks ic the Freeborn County Standard, a weekly newspaper printed aud published in said County. , Dated at Albert Lea, this 14th nay oi September, law. By the Court. [L S I    DEMAS    BLACKMER. Hepic - JU    Judge of Probate. Ladies’ Headwear. We whit now to emphasize the fact that Weare I'rrfert Delineator* of style and it lakes less money to get style and perfection in Headwear here than at any other caterers to millinery modes. Untrimmed and trimmed hat* of every correct style, and trimmings of alt descriptions. You ought to see our Infant's CLOAKS and CAPS. Large and Lovely Assortment just received Miss Carrie Narveson. O. IN STIELEU. \x-mini lr*!* Paste lins in Your Bat!^> And Don t Forget that L. Kroessin SELLS-- Harness, Saddles And FornisliiDi Call anti see his line of Fall Robes. p, Washington and Clark Street?. ALBERT LEA. TITE BEST IX THE MARKET. A lh Several Hardware. Fine Work and Repairing Done on Short Notice at Low Prices. Hellie Hardware Go. lf You Not Read This    bv You will Lose an O|qiportunity. Bor a Rich Flavored Coffee ask for........ Queen of the West. Our Teas are selet tnl with prices. h- great* Try our «t ear* 81 cen d U o se. I at Rip ii STH WHITE CLOVER. TYY VI I) tm MltrrilUs Halt*. itueof an execution issued out of the district court for tho Tenth Judicial District, 1 in aud for the county of freeborn and state of Minnesota, upon a judgment rendered on the 7th day of August, A. D. is:*}, aud docketed 1 in said court on the 19m day of August. A. D. 181-6, ; in an action wherein lf. Ii. Knatvold, E. W. Knai-! void aud T. K. Haugen, copartner* as Knatvold I Hardware Company, plaintiff*, and Robert Miller j aud— Miller, his wife, whose first name is to j plaintiffs unknown, defendants, in favor of said ; plaintiffs and against said defendants, for the sum of twenty-seven dollars Rnd eighty cents (827 80). I have ou the 29th day of August, A . D. 1896, levied npon all the right, title and interest of the said j defendants, Robert Miller and Miller, his wife, | in aud to the following described land aud real i estate, towit: The northeast quarter of the south-I west quarter (ne?4 sw)4> and lot number two tit aud twenty v2U> acres of land off from the north the southwest tarter (*w fr. eighteen tis- in .    I*.    .    -    i    -    , Hem p ■ambar one nuuureo and four tl*4) for, or contest, the probate of said instrument;    uorlll of rane„ number twenty (JO) west, contain And it is Further Ordered, That notice of the jU4I iu all ninety-three aor** aud seveuteeii-buu-time aud place of said hearing be given to all per- I ,ir*dths of an acre i93 I* IOO), according to United sons interested, by publishing this order once in j    survey    thereof, nnd will sell the same,or so ' ' much thereof as may be necessary to *nt!*ty said each week, for three successive weeks prior to said day of hearing, in the Freeborn County Standard, a weekly newspaper printed aud published at Albert Lea in said county. Dated at Albert Lea the 2Hth day of September, A. D.1896. 1’y the Court. [ms.]    HEMAN BLACKMER, Sept.30—Oct. 14.    Judgoof    Probate. Ortlerror Hearing: aud X of loo of Application for Appointment of Administrator. STATE OF MINNESOTA—Oounty of Freeborn-ss. In Probate court, special term, Sept. 10th, 1896. In the matter of the estate of William English, deceased. Ou receiving and filing the petition of Lettie P. Light)-, of Albert Lea, said Freeborn county, representing, among other things, that William English, late of Bancroft, Minnesota, on the 2SLb day of May, A. D, 1896 at the Town of Bancroft, died intestate, aud being a- resident of this county at the time of his death, leaving goods, chattels aud estate within this county, aud that thm said petitioner is a daughter of said deceased? and praying that administration of said estate be to C. A. Ransom granted: It is ordered, that said petition be Reard before this court on Monday, the Pith day of October, A. I). 189S, at IO o’clock a. in., at the Probate Office, in the Court House, in the City of Albert Lea, in said county. Ordered-;further that notice thereof be given to the heirs of said deceased, and to all persons interested by publishing a copy of this order once in each tveex, for threo successive weeks prior to said day of hearing, in the Freeborn County Standard, a weekly newspaper printed aud published at Albert Lea in said Oounty. Dated at Albert Lea, Minn., the Pith day of September, A. D. 1896. By the Court, [n.8.1    HEMAN BLACKMER, J. A. Savvy kb,    Judge    of    Probate. Attorney for Petitioner, Owatonna, Minn. Sept. 23—Oct. 7. execution aud costs, at the west front door of the court house, in the city of Albert Lea, in til© county and state aforesaid, on Saturday the lith day of October, A. D. 1896, at IO o’clock a. rn. of that day. Dated August 2f*lb, 1806. W. C. MITCHELL, Sheriff of Freeborn County, Minnesota. Sept. 2-Oct. 14. Gold fiy the millions is being imported from Europe, and with the pros-peets of a fr^e silver victory the importations increase. NOTICE. D. J. O'Leary, formerly of Blooming Jrith^isad! Prairie, announces his removal to Al-bert Lea and the pleasing fact of his becoming one of the firm of Gage, Hayden & Co. As a member of the Big Four f can and will offer such inducements to my friends as will well repay them the expense of a 50 mile trip. Extending an invitation for an early visit I reman),    D.    J.    O’Leary. Iowa’s Grand Celebration--The Semi-Centennial at Burlington Oct. i to 8. Tickets will be sold from all stations in Iowa on Hie IL, c. R. & N. Ry. at rate of one fare for the round trip. Dates of sale Oct. I to 8, limited until and including Oct. 9 Call on B. C. Ii. & N. agents for tickets and further information. Order to Examine Accounts. TATE OF MINNESOTA—County of Freoborn-ss. In Probate Court, Special Term September matter of the estnto of Gnctav L. Aaretad, deceased. On reading and filing the petition of Christian L. Aarstad, administrator of the estate of Gustav L. Aarstad, deceased, representing, among other things that he has fully ad ministered said estate,aud pray ing that a tune and place be fixed for examining, settling and allowing the final account of his administration, and for the assignment of the residue of said estate to the parties entitled thereto by law. It is ordered, that said account bo examined and petition heard by this Court on Monday, the 19th day of October, A. D. 1896, at IO o’clook a. rn., at Albert Lea, in said county. And it is further ordered, that notice thereof be given to all persons interested, by pnblishing a copy of this order once each week, for three successive weeks prior to said day of hearing, in the Freeborn County Standard, a weekly newspaper printed and published at Albert Lea in said county. Dated at Albert Lea, the 17th day of September, A. I). 1896. By the Court, [L R I    HEMAN    BLACKMER, Sept. 23—Oct. 7.    Judge    of    Probate. {SlieriflPn Male of Ileal Estate ruder Judgment of Foreclosure. QTATE OF MINNESOTA—Goutily of Free»>orn-O ss. District Court, Ten Ii Judicial District. N. M. Littlejohn,    Plaintiff, against E. E. Waterhouse and Minnie Waterhouse, his wife, W. F. Nine and Nine, his wife, 1$. F. Schriver and Lucy Schriver, his wife, L. S.guam and Quam, his wile, L. Dwelle, A. J. Dwelle and G. T. Descent,    Defendants. Notice is hereby given, that under and by virtue of a judgment and decree entered in the above entitled action on the 28th day of August, 1896, a certified transcript of which has been delivered to me, I, the undersigned, sheriff of said Freeborn eounty, will sell, at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, on Saturday, the 17th day of October, 1896, at ll o’clock ’n the forenoon, at the west front door of the court house, in theciiy or Albert Lea in said county, in one parcel, the premises aud real estate described in said judgment ami decree, to-vcit: All that tract or parcel of land lying and being in the county of Freeborn and State of Minnesota, described as follows, to-wit: The north half, aud the north half of the southeast quarter of section thirty-five (35), township one hundred aud one (lei) north, range twenty-one (21) west of the fifth principal meridian, containing tour hundred acres of laud, more or less, according to the government survey of the same. Dated August 29lh, 1896. W. C. MITCHELL, Sheriff of Freeborn County, Minnesota. VV. E. Tood, Plaintiff's Attorney.    Sept.    2-Oct. 14. Honest Meats • rn and Honest Prices Make many friends. It is the secret of our success. O. F. Stieler, The Butcher. Lee’s Laundry Does All Kinds of- Washing Cheap. Good Wort Guaranteed. See tbese Prices. Shirts, linen............................... Shirts, flannel............................ Collar*.................................. Collars, |M?r dozen......................... Coffs, per pair............................. Socks ...................................... EVERYTHING LIKE THESE. ’Try (he Now Laundry. SAM. LEE. Proprietor. West Clark Street,    - Albert I^a. Lloyd. President. ins R. Larvas. Cashier wilt vt r iii LAKE MILLS ExcKaiv$e Baixk Lake Mills, W innebago Co., Iowa. Capital, Exchange Bought and Sold, Farm Loans, Real Estate, Col tort ions, Abstract*, Taxes Bald, Interest Raid on Time Deposits. Safe Deposit Bors for Rent. Call or write for Information. D. Hurd & Sons. Come and take advantage of our grt-.fl »:i1h of HARDWARE 3J Watch But Don’t Wait. Barb Wire. Buggies*, Winona Slat Fence, Paints and Oils, Threshers* Repaint, Packing and all kinds of Oils, Grease, etc. Sportsmen! Yours for Right Dr al tug anti Honest Work, Albert Lea Hardware Co. Call aud get our prices on Guns ami Ammonation lower than ever heard of. (Dumniops. STATE OF MINNESOTA—County of Freeborn— ss. District Court, TeuUi Judicial District. John F. tteitner,    Plaintiff, against Telegram Cycle Manufacturing Company, Defendant. The State of Minnesota, to the above named Defendant: You are hereby summoned and required to answer the complaint of plaintiff in the aboye entitled action which is filed in tho office of the clerk of the District Court of the Tenth Judicial District, in and for tao Comity of Freeborn ami State of Minnesota, and to serve a copy of your answer to the said complaint on the subscriber at his office in the City of Albert Lea, in said County, within thirty days Rfter the service of this summons upon you exclusive of the day of such service, and if you fail to answer the said complaint within the time aforesaid, the plaintiff in this action will take judgment against you for the sam of twelve hundred dollars with interest at the rate of seven per cent per annum from the 13lh day of August, A. I). 1896, together with the costs and disbursements of this action. Dated this 15th day of August, A. D. 1896. W. E. TODD, Plaintiff’s Attorney, Sept. IC -Oct. 21.    Albert Lea. Minn. X. Ti. Mallory •Proprietor of the- City Transfer Line. Also Dealer in AU Kinds of Wood & Coal. Z. IC. MALLERY, Office A Yard on Broadway. South 8. M. track ALBERT LEA, MINN. t’apiiml. Harpist*. •50,001 I O.MM) General Banking. Farm Loans Negotiated. Interest Paid on Time Deposits. Foreign Exchange Bought and Sold Sale Deposit Vault. HARRY JONES, -    -    rmianu.    I (I. GULBRANDSON, - Vice President, j AUGUST PAULSON. -    -    - Cashier, i ALFRED CHRISTOPHERSON, Asst. Cashier. The ALBERT LEA National Bank ALBERT LEA. MINN. Capital, PRANSACTS A - $50,000. GENERAL BANKING Fred. Dudey, ^ The Feed Man. YELLOW FRONT FEED STORE. Albert Lea, Minn. ___  don*    is    injurious    to    the nervous f»yktei Baco-Cuiro ta the (ady cure that cure* while you nab tobacco. It la aob! with a written guarantee that three boxes will cure any ease, im matter how bad. liaco-Curo is vegetable and ha rn dens; it lias cured thousands, It w ill cure you. At all druggists, $1.06 lier box,3 boxes$2.50. Write for tehtimonial* and booklet. Eureka Chemical A Mfg. Co., Lacrosse, Win., mid Boston, Muss. BacoOuro I* •'old Albert Lea, Mina. by the Briggs Drug Co. DIRECTORS: O. Gulbranduon. Thos.W.Wilson. K. ll. Rich, ll. O. dankness. August Paulson, Claus II. Fltndt, V. Gulbrandson, P M. Joice, Harry Jones T I Business; Foreign Exchauge Bought aud Sold; littered Allowed on Deposits; Foreign Steamship Tickets; Fire and Life Insurance; Collections. H D DROWN, President. DRP HIBBS. Vice Pres. C B KELLAR. Cashier DO TOO MXI IO BEHR TO COMINI! Are you tired of Arctic wiatenq of feed-leg stock hnlf tho your: of high-prlcec land mud short crop ? Do yon want mild winters; to have stock ran at large ah the year? to r«iso every grain anti fruit known to the temperate ie ne; to hare better and cheaper land; more abundant crops and aa good pi Ices as you get now* IF so, cai! on or write to TITE PACIFIC NORTHWEST IMMIGRATION BOARD PORTLAND, OREGON.    I Gillrup & Gilbert, I Directors:—W. K. Todd. c. tv. Ransom • Jno. G. Godley, H. S.Strauss, T. V. Knatvold. I VV. A. Morin, J. W. Smith. D R. PHlbbs. ; H. D. Brown. DEALERS IN- d j. Es Farm Lands a Specialty. Abstracts of [.ands and City property furnished on short notice. Fire Insurance in the most reliable Foreign and Horne Companies. Mortgages. Deeds, Contracts, Leases etc., drawn promptly and at reasonable rates. )flicc at Freeborn County Hank, west side Broadway, near Court House. Albert Lea, Minn. Luther Academy ALBERT LEA, Mi XX. w^For Sotlx Sexes.--** Three Courses: Academic,CommerciiiJ Rates Low.    Musical. For further information address, L. A. Sir EX SOX, PWmWg/of FOR SALE OII CROP PAY MENT c'LAni. Vni UK I, KM ISI) VISTOS CWH SAN V ST. PAUL. MINK. I. BOI SEI. list.. Albert Lu. Xian. AfF HIAVr NO AGENTS •* - v*’ “ 1 ^ H “**■ tnt sell direct to Uke consumer at w botesa ‘e prices Ship anyw bere I or cTutiiimlion before sale Kvervittnft w arrau :«••$ MMS sty Irs of CTm-rlumc*. sty)*-,ot ltarnr«N. 11 ttytfs Hiding Ski44l«w. VV rite for catalogue ELKHART Carriage A Ham ex ists Cd B PRATI Secy.    Elkhart, tnt

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