Ira Russell 1870 Nov 17

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a n , has bo yesterday of the is lady ago. the l i f e ; the new h a v e been did not PRAIHIK CHICKENS PHEASANTS. --G,.J),..,JgaU.vi.U paj the highest^ cash price a t a l l times. v . ' . _ _ _ . COUNTERFEIT^ CU^ENCY. -- .JEhe Waseca Ne^vs' says iha| last week, tJM' ee men appeared in that town, and passed four twenty and one ten dollar counterfoil; bills, making 890, of the " queer " in all v vJ ^ victimized the people- Luther Parkevby vairnnty de.ed to Daniel G Parker, sej- of aw} section 17, and nej of n w j section 20, and 26 acres in section SJOj -town 102 . rauge S3.355. , H C Goodsell by Varranty cteedHo Wm C Husstader, sej Section 30, town 102, rang* ?1. , $1,280. " * ' . ' Aaroti Fessenden · by~ warranty -deed to Hot-ace Fessenden, n w j section 15, town 10i; range 22. $1,000. J H \fhitohcad by warrarttyjdeedUo Bui'ton and E -A Suwle*. town 102, range 23. '$1',000; settion .8. wo they left for parts unknown. Those lawless vagabonds will visit eve ry place where they t h i n k there may he prospect of finding a victim. Lot our people-kc«p sti'eye upon all strangers. W E A T H E R CHANOEABLE.--Tho comparatively warm weather of last week wua interrupted on Sunday night by a cold blast Fonic snow fell on Monday _ _ , , , , . , , · · »·! range 23. $400. n t f i h t , the cold still increasing u n t i l j H Ppeedling by quit claim , . , M a r t h a Ilatcli by warranty deed to ford Hovt, Jr so} of n v y j B«ution 24, 101, riingo 20. 200. \Vm Hoyt by w n r r a n t y deed to Hoyt, no of BW} section 24, t o w n 101, range iJO. Frances Hall by warranty deed to J S Shearman, lot 16 in block 8, in Hull's uddi- tion to Albert Lea. $75. A u b t i n Seoley by warranty deed to Spillane. lot 33" in block 3, in railroad add i t i o n to Albert Lea. $150. Ira Russell by q u i t claim deed to Tngnian, w j o f n e } section 35, town Tuesday n i g h t , the lakes were coated over, and the ground froze hard. Since then it has been more modcrato. dr-\v SpSedling of Si. section 34, al- per some of i a n . was most unmercifully r i e d a returned th:\t one 1,000 business of he k n o w s of customers t h e whuli; IV.tlroad, at just machinery, , t h 'TKACHERS' INSTITUTE.--Tho St.ito Teachers' Instilut« closed at this place on 1'ridav evening last, vrith a h i g h l y e n t e r t a i n i n g lecture from S u p e r i n t e n d - ent Wilson. It was one of tho l.irtiost and most satisfactory Institutes evor held in the State, and we believe productive of great good. One hundred and one teachers were in attendance and till seemed to enjoy t i i e affair. At the dost of the Institute a committee on resolutions was nppninted, of which \Vm. R. Lawrence waa c h a i r m a n , who reported the following, which were unaiyiriously adopted . Rtsohfil, That we feel ft deep intcreit ia all educational work, and t h a t we should use fill means w i t h i n our p o w e r to extend its genial and ennobling i n f l u e n c e , not only tliiough our t e r t i l o a n d n i p i d l y progressing c o u n t y , but also t h r o u g h tlio n n t i r e e x t e n t of our bro.id nnJ b f i u t i f n l State. Knoivtd, That T - a c h e i V I n s t i t u t e s arc one of ihe most rfi-.c.ent m e n u s of preparing tesohors for their profession, nnd t h a t wo extend to the Legislature our t h a n k s for t h e uppioprii'tion niaUe for t h a t p u i p o u p . and, iu oui judgment, Institutes shoul'l be held at les.at t w i c e d u r i n g cncb school year. Jtmilreil, Tliat '.se tender o u r h e n i t t e l t t h a n k s to Judge l l a i u o o d . Pi of. Henry liui-iiiit-U, and 1'iof. Wilson. State Superintendent of Public I r i s t i u c t i o n , for the \ e r y able, piotitabU 1 , and interesting. iu-truction w h i c h th»y have rendered to the teachers of t h i s I n s t i t u t e , iiiul t h a t v e consider t h e methods ol i n s t r u c t i o n n l u e h they have p u r s u e d in t'ns c o n v e n t i o n to be uf great v a l u e , and ihut we will try to profit by them. itesbtwd. That to those citiir na of A l b e i i Lja u h o l m i e « - o hospitably open,'! th"n iloois nnd made us nuluonit, we urfc u n d e r » l e p p o b l i g n t i o n ^ , w h i c h \ve pan only repay by g i v i n g t h i m b e t t e r schools. t t ' s t i t v n t , T h u t u c feel ouis.;lves u n d c i obligutions to the School 1'ourd ind Pic-- bytm-ian Socu'ty of .Mbei t Leu ior th'-u- liinrt-att-sa 111 grant ing to us t h e use; ot the school house und church foi tho SPSS.on* o! this i n s t i t u t e . Iff solved, That we feel grateful to the li'.diss ,'vn'l g e n t l e m e n w h o , i l u i i n g the even- i n g POsbiuus, luvi e **ntfrtaiued us \ i i i h music. Resolved, T h u t we t h a n k Henry Thurston, County S u p e r i n t e n d e n t ol .Schools, iur Ins earney f i u b o i i r i b p ' u a l F of this lii^Mtutt' and t h u education.il i n t c i e s U of t h e c o u n : y . t m d t'u. t we t h u u k the C o u n t y C'oinuusMOiu i s ior the m a n n e r in w Inch they h.t vu uf pro v ed on I i l l - i t we e x t e n d to bim our coidial and carnpat co-opei ation. r fiiots, one n u m b e r enjoyed a a l vote of ; no e t w e e n t y increase t h is, we did population t h a n is between the time table regular company. Pas- b e r t Lea d 12:50, r. P. mixed luis n run the and a last. the town 101. range 2Q. K..C Pike by quit claim duocl to A n d r Speedling, n w j of sxv} .srciion 31, t o w 101, r n n g o CO, $140. Ed»in Stevens by quit claim deed tt J H Speedling, nw^ of awj gection 24, town 101 «atige20. Si Andrew LudwicUstm by warranty deed to Mat hew NieUon, »J of nw^ section 2, town J02, range SI. $500. D G Parker by warranty deed to J W Lewis, -«j of lol 4 in blofk -1, iu A l b e r L«'a. S54G. G e t r u m Olestm by warranty deed to iek E n c k ^ o n . 4 acrei in n 4 of section 1, t o w n 103. range" 10. $100. J C Eiiston by q u H claim deed to Erickson sw) of nej aeotion 24, t o w n range 19. S130. Ira .1 Smith by w a r r a n t y deed to Graves, s i v j of u u j and nw| o f t G, t o w n 101. range 19. SOOO. Fiancis Hall by w a r r a n t y deed to ew L Carrow. lot 6, and part lot C in block 0, in ( l u l l ' s a I d i t i o n to Albert L A Campbell by warranty deed lo John S Lacy, wj of nej scfction 14, t o w n 102, r a n g e 19. $1000. Peter Noble by warranty deed to Lev/is A n s t n i m . ne} of nej section 27, t iang» 21. §"50. N r l i c m i a h Bee by warranty deed And r e w Mc\\ illmms, v\ J of B « i section t o w n 1U3, r i i n g u 'J3. 5-500. 11 I! I ' o l u n s m i by \ \ n r r i i i u f l J f u l l e r . '· iicri's in n w } o f 113 IOMI 101, range 23. S3MO. S 1' D r o w n by w a r r a n t y deod I l n i w e l l . s"l section i^S, t o w n 102, 2:). Si 000. O W l i n v i s , by n n r r n n t y deed nnd B r i i n a r J . n V of nw} and and no} of s w ^ section h, t o w n 10J, 23. tf'00. C O B u r t o n by w a i r t i n l y Drov.'n u n d i v i d e d J of n e j section 102, isnpe 23. $1,000. Olo M Johnson by w a r r a n t y deed M-n-son. lu acres in ne} of sw i auction 2, t o w n 10?.. Tang-e 21. $100. M a i t ' i a l ' GiW-- b j w a i i ' i A m y \ S u l a - - l x i , kjii 2'*," -'1. and ^.'', 17, t o w n JO-), niiige 2i*. .!'.)';. John I. Scovilk- by w a r r a n t y deed 1" S o i i t h w i e k . si of n w j s e e 101, r.ingv; -3 S'J^o. A U ~vr left ly tetter from W. T. J i l N N F . A I ' O L I d , Nov. 10, 1870. EDITOU FREEDOJ-.N COUNTY STANUAIID: Some one iu your county, who isaiti ious to conceal his h a n d w r i t i n g , is k i n d enough to send me an a f f i d a v i t of one A II B a r t l e t t , in which uiy name ih brought forward in a w a v th.it seems to oblige mo to correct the mis staletiiL-nts. p-irtieiilarly as my l a t e p - i r t n e r , .Mr. J A. Lovely k n e w little of iho m a t t e r in question, or of any o t h e r m a t t e r s concerning real es'-'e opur.itions of m i n e . Mr B a r t t c t f never employed the law Srm of L. . Ii. in t l t u matter. Several m o n t h s before he spoke to me c o n c e r n - ing it, I b;id been in correspondence w i t h tho owner concerninir thu purchtisi 1 of the f a r m . A II. 13. never agieed to give, or the attorneys never agreed to receive, §50, or any other stated suio for their services. The attorneys did not get angry, nor did t h e y i n f o r m Mr. B. t h a t he could have 24 horns to raise the amount or else they would keep the f a r m . The " responsible person" is wholly m i s i n f o r m e d as to the a m o u n t paid the owner, (whose naui . by the way, was nnt [Ian-ing) If Mr. Lovnly ever admitted t h a t Mr. B. had been swindled out of 8200 by the firm, he admitted soin c t h i n g t h a t was not the tact. My friends in Freeborn c o u n t y will probably believe me without it being necessary for me to swear to this statement. Yours, c , W. T. l i M B U S C I I . The Real Estate Business Real Estate tninsters reworded d u r i n g tbc last month, furnished from the Law nnd Abstract Office of A. G. Wcclgu, Lawyer and Lund Agent: Wm. Morin by warranty dc«d to .Tobn Smith, lot 4, in block 1, iu village ,of Alden. $103. Watson II Brown by warranty /ioed to \Vni li Gilbert. ,cj m- j of n w j section 31. t o w n 10^, vaa^e '20, exoupt G ain-03 oil east side. $210. Stoplien Chvistonson by w a r r a n t y Jdeed to Frederick i'edcrson, ni of swj anu sej n f s w ^ section 8, town 103, rungs 21. $1,200. Stephen Christenson by warranty deed to H i' Hanson, s\\'\ ot'swj section 8, town 103, range 21. $100. Geo D Ball by warranty deed to C C Burton, undivided i of swj suction 32, t o w n 102, rnngu 2.3. §400. Francis Hull ant] II W Ifully by warranty deed to Bridget nnc! V/altpr B u r k , bloclt A in Wedge and Movin's addition to Albert Lea. SI,200. Samuel PetersonJby warranty deed to M A Thompson, lots 10, 11, 12 nnd 13, of Webbers subdivision of n\vj of section 10, town 102, ranga 21. $100. Win Morin by warranty deed to B F and H I/ Sweet, lots 6 and 7 in block 10, in Albert Lea. $200. J 8 Luro by warranty deed to J C Det- lewsen, nej of t.el section 14, town 10i, r»iige 21, $501. S about steers, l i t Tlie forehead. for leading S2tl MR. hi t i Xif sets, ;in'l Il.MLROAL) i ' B O O K E ^ S --IVi: n t t a c k it, !.(id b e t w e e n Wclli- an'J bago C i t y N 7 K i smitb. Pun fit's " Aduiiixd J l u n Ilestora- t l V P '· T ' . i ' r e t t ' s " is a siudiccl Kiist. secure · · U a r r o t t ' s ·' B a r r e t t ' s " koop^ tlie scalp A l l drtiirsii-ts rep'iuitiu'ncl '· Barrett's ' n '. -- A f'-'W .sH-;iriis A. C. ] K F S ! lor Halo. NfT7CE TO DEBTORS -- All patios in di 1'ted to the firm of F a i n h a u i j v I M G rp| nested t- m a k e payinfnt u f d i a t o l y . iisit is npc'-ssiiry tli:it till t f r s c u n n o i t ' t l w i t h t h e l:»te S. II Junes should lie settled at n ico. Apply to C. G. J o N S R u n 3!t3 For tbe 1'irrn ALBERT LE,\ rRODWElARKET, OFFICE OP TriK S r A » n A n AI.BFHT LEA. Nor 17, 1B70. f Wheat is reported higher t h i s m o r no o t h e r changes in our quotations. W I I D A T , per bushel ............ S r n K \ . per bushrl ............ 40 (7i) 50 OATS, pot- bushol .............. 25 (^ 80 r S A U L E Y . per bii-hcl ........ 40 Cci, 60 T?E VXS. -,inr bushel ........... J 60 (tf2 00 BIT K \ V II RAT, per bushel.... 6 0 T T P r K ' . V H E A T KLOUU, cwt 4 00 F L O U R , per cwt ............... 3 00 ^ CORN' M E A L , per cwt ........ 2 40 (4 .... FEED, per cwt ................... 1 TO (nt, ... H A Y per ton ................... 4 00 (3 ... WOOD, p^r cord .............. 3 00 (H3 60 B U T T E R , per ft ............... 18 ^. 25 C H E K S E . pet- Ib ............. I f l f ^ 25 KGO.S. per cloz .............. 36 ( .... POTATOES, per bushels ..... 1 00 (oil 25 HIDES, green, per tt ......... 06 (^ OB HIDES, dry. per Ib ........... 07 © 10 s l t R R P PELTS ................ 25 (^ 40 WOOF,, wn^lied, p«-r Ib ........ 85 (ty 40 WODI, unwashed, per Ib... 20 (a, 22 HAMS, per Ib .................. IS (^ 18 SHOULDERS, per Ib .......... 12i© 15 L \ H D , p'-r Ib ................... 15"© .... I5EEF, on foot, per Ib ........ 08 ® 04 JLit miter ·Jffwket. FIUST C O M M O N ......................... $21 FIUST F E N C I N G . C-inch ................ FI.OOUINfl .......................... SO(S35 00 STOCK BOARDS ......................... 25 00 HATTEXS ...................................... 25 00 S I D I N G ............................................... 30 00 S I U I N G ................................................ 25 OO XX SHINGLES .................................. 5 00 X S H I N G L E S ...................................... 4 No. 1 S t U N G L K R ............................. 2 and Clark complete of done i t his 8 ~ T ? \ TE Frceb \ TE OF ebovn ; Distriot Court, Fifth J u d i cial District. Miiry Peterson, pbiiriiiff. ngni'n«t Andrew C Peterson, defendant. Sunimons. The State of Minnesota to the above named dofenil-mt : Yon arc hereby pum- moned and required to answer the com "luin* in t h e nbovc entitled action, which is on filrc) in the office of the Clerk of ho ui-ti'ict Court at Albertl,cn, in said c o u n nnd to sfrvocopy of your itnswor to said complaint on th« subscribers n t t heir oflioe Albert Lea. in the county of Freeborn, nnd State /ifor.Hiud. w i t h i n t h i r t y days tlie service uf t h i s summons on you, si\c of the duy of such service; and" if fail to answer the said complaint w i t h time n f u i u s a i d . t l i c plaintiff will the Court for s!:o :·?'"'*' demanded therein. Dated Nov 9in, A D 1870. STACY TYKER, PlaintiB''s Attorneys, Albert Lea, Jlinn. 32t7 0 WHOM, 4T MAY CONCERN:-Whereas,, my wife, Helen, has left my bed and board without just cause or provocation, all persons are hereby notified that I -will pay no debtg of her contracting after this data. H. H. . Nov. 16, 1870. T N the On Chritine nrnong l u bpr. died widow a d Court -December, office Ordered to this to of SI

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  2. 17 Nov 1870, Thu,
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