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   Freeborn County Standard, The (Newspaper) - May 24, 1877, Albert Lea, Minnesota                               S. S. EDWARDS Z3 H OTO GRAP H E ZS Broadway, opposite Posloflice, ALBERT LEA MINN. B. D. D. R. P. IIlBBS. H. D. BROWN CO.'S BANK OF ALBERT HA, JVLBEUT LEA, MINNESOTA A GENERAL BVNKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED. H. D. BROWN CD. BANKERS. DEFERENCES: 1st Bank. Anotin. 3st Nat. Bank, St Paul. 3d Bank. Ghlcazo. 4th Nat. Bank, ioik. THE FREEBOltt' BAA'K, Tlios. U. Hanker. ALBERT LEA. MINN, Roofs and Shoes. TILTOff Have just opened a new Boot Shoe Shop. "WILL CONSTANTLY KEEP ON HAND A FULL LINE OF Goods, nit of which will be sold cheap. LADIES' AND GENTS' FINE GOODS A SPECIALTY. GOOD FI 1'S GUAR- ANTIED, AND ALL WORK Requiring done on- "iliort notice, nnd everything according lo conlrnct GIVE THEM A C VLL. Broailivay one door noilli of the House. Albeit Leu Minn, Boot Shoe Store. o. ar. TV. Hitvo just received find will Keep 111 slock the hu gust iis-ortmenl ol Boots Shoes of all kinds To be found in to" n. CUSTOM J1ADE Four or five woikmen will be constantly ouleis tor Nuw Goods or for Kepturs will ba fillcu, cheap and on the ghorlcHt notice Brondnny side. Albeit Lea, Minn 8tf GIVE THEM A CALL. Mukor nnd Tlep.iirer of Boots Shoes. Shop on Clark street, noi Ih and oppo- site of Wedge Ppicor's Drug store. FIRST-CLASS WORKMEN are employed. Repairing done to order, aheap nnd on abort notice. O'n'O him iv call. Albert Lea, Minn. Jllnrkcls. ATliriVFMlLLE N HAS REMOVED TUE OLD PIONEER MEAT-MARKET! On East side Broadway, fir-st door south of TILE PEOPLE'S STORE. WITH INCREASED FACILITIES FOU DOING BUSINESS, HE PRO- POSES TO GIVE BETTER SATISFACTION THAN EVER BEFORE. paid for Hides, Tallow, MEAT MARKET WILLIAM TUNELL Agnin calls attention to his FIITE MEAT MARKET, Where can be found nt nil times, choice cuts of Beef, Pork, Mutton, i Sausage, Also FISH, POULTRY, nnd WILD 6AME in their season BROADWAY, near Armstrong's Bank ALBERT LEA, 'MINN, VOLUME 17. ALBERT LEA, MINNESOTA, THURSDAY, MAY 34, 1877. NUMBER 21 MALLERT Arc prepared XOXJ "W___r _ for the season. Orders solicited THE and EXPENDITURES Freeborn County, 1st, TO Copy of the Totals of the County Treasurer's Balance Sheet for the February Settlement A D. 1377. CHAELES KITTELSON. County Treasurer. DR. Stito 21 County taxes....................... 5451 10 Town 2458 7t School taxes...................... 516538 Ho id taxes.......................... 2877 04 Itoad and liiulge taxes........... 1297 01 Special School tnxes.............12196 20 School House tuxes G647 10 Souihein Minn H. U. taxes... 441026 and Imprest collected 148000 Tonnship Poor taxes 820 60 Bounty taxes.................... 234 49 Spcciul Town Itxxes 76 62 Special Road tnxcs 41 50 Sidewalk taxes..'................... 48 Oemeteiy taxes.................... 4 05 County Poor taxes................ 73 55 Special County taxes 416 GO Fieiborn Village taxes........... 14 78 Slate Line Uailroad taxes 3b7 2j To To To To To To To To 'I o To To To To To To To To To To To Total............................. 49 CR. By pud on Slate fund 09 15} vouchers paid on County and Special County lund 6370 66 vouchers paid on Tonn fund.. 743 57 H} pmd on School fund 3814 91 By vouchuis paid on Road tund... 1115 82 By touchcis pmd on iloud nnd idge fund 231 72 By vouoheis paid on Special School tund....................... 4785 78 By on School Mouse fund 1-19692 By vouchers paid on Southern Minncboln H. U fund............. 2639 90 ouchcrs paid on Town tund 251 45 By vouchers paid on Special Town lund 6 93 vouchei 3 paid on Stute Line Kiulioiul lund 10858 I'y Tiensuipr's fees pmd from Co-t iinil fund 108028 15y vouchi-it paid tiom balance of Cost iinil Lnieiesl lund........... 399 72 Tolul The biiKnice ;n (j10 treasury Murch 1st S'77, COIIMMS of the following funds, to- lgo t.txu's Slnte taxes Town taxes hchooi R.' ul Uui.d nnd 15 Schuol t.ixos.............. School House taxes Southciii Mum ll II Tonn Puoi fund Homily fund.................. Special 1'uwnlunii.............. Spi'Ciil Road lund S.dcMvnlic fund................... Cemetery lund................ Counly Poor fund Freehold fund........ Stale Line K K Interest 12 1715 14 47 17G1 22 Kirr. 29 7410 42 2110 IS 1770 30 7 5 1 o 40 t.'J (17 41 50 48 4 7S 55 1178 07 Total...................S21 898 08 Amount paid on Conn1} fund 010 9.3 Actual balance on 10 CHARLES KITTHLSON, Attest AY. C. LINCOLN, County Auditor. County Treasurer Count? Tretunror in Account State Fuud. DR. To amount of State funde on hand March 1, 1870 ......................S2411 28 To amount collected on rolls of J878, and prior years 7.316 21 Total CR By amount paid Stale Treasurer 37 By amount on hand March 1, 1877 3402 12 49 County Treasurer in Account with Freeborn Yillngc Fund. DR. To amount of Freeborn Village fund on hand March 1, 22 To ninount of Frcoborn Vilhige fund collected to Match 1, 1877 1 50 Total................................ CR, By amount of vouchers paid....... By balance on hand March 1, 1877 S 14 78 County Treasurer In Account rvilb South- ern UlinneMota Rn.ilroud Interest Fund. DR To amount on hand M'ch 1, 09 To amount, collected during the year 397993 02 CR. By amount of Railroad Intel est paid during the 32 15y amount on hand M'ch 1, 1877.. 1760 80 62 The collections on Southern Minnesota Uailroad Interest for the year are as.fol- lows From Aldon 85 Fiom Albert Lea...................... 2855 08 9.1 Disbursements, on Auditor's order: O'u Aldcn 63 On Albert Lea bonds 2557 38 S3585 01 Paid by Treasurer, balance State fund, Hailroad interest 141 31 COUNTY TREASURER IN ACCOUNT WITH Am't rn hand March 1, 1876 Amount collected on the rolls 1876 and previous years... 11 4015 59 Total receipts for the year... 5610 70 Amount of vouchers paid........ 3821 24 Balance in Treasury Starch 1, 1877, according to the Trcas mer'a balance sheet............ 1789 40 fen 1-1 W C3 I ft 1109 40 4974 60 43 1927 12 6084 OH 2457 65 4322 84 1350 70 1701 22 1106 79 50 234 4C 234 46 83 1448 18 TOTAL. 93 123GS 2155 01 10541 78 1579 70 575 15 TREASURER'S DISBURSEMENTS TO TOWNS FROM 1876, TO MARCH 1, 1877. G4G7 08 1, NAMES OF TOWNS LONDON.............. SHELL ROCK FUEEMAN........... NUNDA MANSFIELD........ OAKLAND........... I1AYWWRD ALBERT LEA PICKEREL LAKE MOSCOW............. RICELAND............ BANCROFT MANCHESTER..... CAULSTON........... NKWRY............... GENEVA BATH................... FREEBORN.......... 3S. sa 157 87 128 24) 207 181 148 31) 96 55 933 31 191 70 205 20 292 24 136 37 145 42 183 04 14S 06 14 69 283 52 128 13 156 71, 77 92 001 100 107 99 143 23 90 80 180 95 316 25 136 10J 563 07 207 51 403 02 244 37 43 25 84 51 110 88 202 04 12 111 132 171 44, 289 62 353 54 "S a O a T3 B TOTAL. 3821 24'4322 84 1G50 76 70 68 75 262 67 207 18 97 19f. 16 87 18 45 8 81 7 4 107 78 7'.00 60 103 35 103 29 134 28 7 41 139 14 T) 371 318 03 7 761 54 23 122 94 9 08 161 65 134 38 8 99 20 00 4 43 42 49 10 24 32- 380 75 607 06 353 32 002 72 COS 70 438 44 1815 38 600 13 700 97 560 50 302 06 470 87 461 57 639 48 44 63 436 14 338 74 596 60 448 76 1579 86 11074 70 fund 93, and Road fund, 79, overdrawn, town of Alden, NOT. 1, 1870, through Auditor's mistake, which amount is deducted from the mouoys of Bdul tonn at the March division, 1877. The above balance 08) consists of the following funds due the Bcveral toirns March 1, 1877, from the Fehiuary acillemenl, 1877, and the balance in the treasury from former settlements FROM THE FEBRUARY SETTLEMENT, 1877. NAMES OF TOWNS LONDON HOCK FREEMAN NUN'DA MANSFIELD OAKLAND HAYWAKD ALBERT LEA PICKEREL LAKE.. ALDEN MOSCOW V.ICELAND....... J3 MANCHESTER. UARLSTON....... GENEVA.............. B VT11 rUEEBOUN Total TOTAL S330 54 175 97 153 67 124 00 240 52 230 54 1GO 88 082 07 207 49 278 07 233 28 211 50 27 127 72 170 80 185 24 158 93 210 46 207 41 5237 04 BALANCE FROM PREVIOUS SETTLEMENT NAMES OF TOWNS, HIGHLAND NElVRY Total Februa.-y division Total from Auditor's hooks 1750 Add amount of Poor fund paid Geneva, June 17, 1875, omit- ted by Treasurer ...............I Deduct the amount refunded by Town Tiea-aurer of Gene- va, 1875 Deduct amount paid Alden, 52 41 reierrea 10 h all f 71 si 1 61 TREASURER'S BALANCE, WITH CORRECTIONS. H J -3 _3 g a Q Treasurer's balance Add corrections of last year Deduct TOTAL. Add the amount divided during the year in excess of report- ed collections Deduct amount reported not divided........................... Total balance due, from cor- rected balance sheet............ Add excess of Auditor's books.. Deduct excess of balance sheet Balance as above 1790 68 I 27 1791 95 134 63 1657 32 _________________I_______________ 1718 66 7 64 1726 34 1 75 01 1108 05 210 71 30 675 210 41 576 96 12 34 210 41 1728 09il096 31 576 90 08 3 09 66 27 5403 10 72 31 5414 31 1 75 357 38 6058 68 COUNTY TREASURER IN ACCOUNT WITH SCHOOL DISTRICTS DR. To amount of Common School Fund on hand March 1, 1976 44 To amount of Common School Fund collected to March 1, 1202 26 To amount of Kincs and Licenses collected to March 1, 1877..................... 196 OO To amount of Stale apportionment Common School Fund to March 1, 1877.. 5033 18 Total Common School Fund to be accounted for............................. CR. By Common retrrfiprs pnid during the year............................ 60C3 40 By ninount on hnnd March 1, 47 Total.................................................................................-........ 7i60 87 balance sheet is in excess on Common School Fund. Keo Cnnu- cin.1 statement of 1876. Total 32 SPECIAL SCHOOL AND SCHOOL HOUSE FUNDS. DR. To-amount of Special School School House Tuiytg on hnnd1 March lf> To amount of Special School School House funds collected March" 1, f -T fotRl1 Special aud School House funds to' be Accounted for CR, t nmonnLof Special School School House vouchers pnid to March 1, 26383 65 By balince on hand March 1. 1877 0560 UO Total 85944 15 06 one tax, October settlement, was included Jn the Treasurer's settle- ment lit Special School fund. DISBURSEMENTS TO DISTRICTS. When Paid. April 4 1876 October 27 1870 April 1 1876 July 1 1876 December 9 1876 April 6 1876 June 23 1870 December 9 187G April 20 1870 August 26 1876 JTovemfcer 1 March 20 1876 June 21 1876 November 16 1876 8 To Whom Paid. T A Helvig T A Helvig A O Leary A O Leary A O Leary O C Gooduaturo 0 C Goodnature O C Goodnature James F Jones James F Jones Btinb Eggleslofi H P Peterson fl P Peterson. H P Peterson April 17 1876 July 6 1876 November 23 1876 June 6 1876 July 27 1878 December 9 3876 March 81 1870 "f James Hnnd James Hand James Hand Andrew Anderson Andrew Anderson Andrew Anderson James Tboresou James Thorcsou James Thoreson 10 II 12 13 16 16 17 18 19 June 81876 October 28 )87n December 30 1870 jJames Thoreson 0 October 17 1870 (Paul Uauson 1 Paul flanaon Alexander PurJie a lo. 10 95 S37 65 97 -I 14 96-' January 2 1877 March 1876 May 3 Alexander Purdie July 21 1870 Alexander Purdie NovembcrlO Alexander Purdie Mny 6 1876 W Ayarg August 9 187b C W Ayara June 30 187G ]A Aughenbaugh January 2 1877 A Aughenbaugh June 8 1870 T W Purdie July 24 1870 W Purdie November 8 1870 JT W Puidie April 0 1870 Peter Peterson October 25 1876 (Peter Peterson Becember 30 1870 Peter Peterson April 4 1876 SSimeon Jones July 15 1876 jSimeon Jones November22 lS7GlSimeon Jones March 23 1870 May 19 1875 July 22 1870 January 29 1877 March 13 1870 July 8 1876 October 28 1870 June Ifl 1870 Elliot Ash Elliot Asl Elliot Ash W W Sutet C II Flindt C H Flindt C H Klindt j.M Oleson t December 2 187G 1-M 5 'Gco H Prescott j.M ay 22 1870 June 23 187G 471 11 27 48 327 17 05 2150 4 12 2 50 CO.j! 901 853 855 114 01 21 29 1876 Geo H Prcscott Geo II Prcscott JGeo H Preseott SoveiiibcrlH H Preacott ipril 8 1870 JEric Oltsson Jiine221870 (BrioOlcion November 5 Ole.-on November 9 Oleson 221 March 22 1870 J-VOMoen May 13 1870 June 27 1870 A 0 Moen A 0 Moen November 22 0 Mecn Ahn-cu 2-2 5876 Nlay 20 1870 jJtine 28 1870 November 2 1870 C F Peterson 0 F Peterson U F Pcteison (0 F Peterson Hanson 1870 'June 24 1870 jll (November 4 1876111 Hanson 251 May 4 1870 Ole Hpniy (June 27 1876 Henry (December  Anderson CO April 10 IH7G Stephen Kellcy June 22 1870 lanu ary 9 1877 07 March 30 1870 Uunc 12 1870 Nov 22 :870 68 April 3 1870 June 21 1870 February 22 1877 09 Maich 29 1870 June 24 1870 Stephen Kclley 5) VI 11 89 7? 63 44 88 20 nA t tint, 50 '8.1 50 87, 00 70 f v 7 84, 4U, 20 94 i 67. Oft 71; 10 C9. 70 Stephen Kclley L C Swcot L C Sweet t, CSueet Ole I Ellingson Ole I Ellingoen November 9 Roach Ole I Ellingbon i 2 98 John Roach John Roach March U 1876 iA Veddcr 1 Vc'l'ler i A Vediler !.V Ve'lder '0 C'lluhan 0 Culahan 'G C.ilahan 'S Thompson s Thompson 2'J 1870   Nov 201870 71'May 18 1870 (July 18 1870 1 January 4 72'June 9 1870 74 March 22 1870 ,C li Adams April 3 1870 ti Ajlims {July 1 _ IC ]j .Ytlums November 4 p 75 February 2 Johnson 'O April 1 1870 ,-j w WliRQn [June 21 1S76 'T w Wilaon Decembers 1876 Henry Eaton "July 21 IS7C December 18 187i! j December 18 1876 j Abbott "S1 April 3 187C jOciober 28 1876 lOciober 28 1876 March iS 187U July 6 1876. Novcmbcr21 c K October 21 18i 6 lc K ..Michael Leary Leary Leary 1C K Johnson c E Johnson 1 40 99 1 32 3 25 9 0 37 9 10 46 70 17 12 30 40 65 18 20 46 1461 25 99 2004 6 01 8 90 21 29 37 80 34 08 3824 24 22 42 99 0 60 40 04 39 93 132 8fi 180 00 129 93 103 05 55 44 16 111 23 41 57 88 2 55 740 1 62 8574 5 26 'saj 14 61 23'0'ii 34 24; SO 6 1876 Iw Vrluraes No> ember 1'J 81 March 24 1870 May 1870 ily II 1876 itfctober 27 1ST' 18 1S7G March 31 1870 (June 21 November 4 ,T I Blackm.in F Bluckinaa .T F lilackman iT F Blttckmun !J P Larsou ,J P Larson _ J P L.irbon 1870 ,J P Larson NoNcmber 3 1S76I? j Apiil 7 1876 December 31 1S76 84 85 86 86. March 14 l_b June 20 ISi November 8 March 24 1S7I April 0 187tj .June Ifr70 tK Kdudnon JK Knudeon 'K Kuudson H Knudson _ H Knudson j March 21 1870 l April 0 1870 July 7 1870 II Kmtdson I Win West ,Wm Wm West Novcmbei 8 'Q K Waugen [April 18 ;0 K Wangen (June 00 leVj ;Q vVangrr 'Nov U 1870 K Wanger 8'.i .March 18 1S76 iMay 27 n N 2 I N- fjcorgc {November 2 N 90 6 November o ,f 91 November 4 j, H.dxorsou March 25 1870 ,Wm Yogt M'li c h 31 18iO Wm Vo-t June JO 1876 ,Wm Y03l 1 1870 w Yo5, W March 20 1S76 N- June 1U 1870 >1{ j; Burhuns (November 0 N Ji July 27 Si.lney Case January 2'J 18i i c.isu 95 March :July 24 1870 December 0 May 31 18.0 0.J Henry Fero December 4 ucnry j.-ero 0' April 6 1870 "Aiex Scimlt Fcbiuaiy 21 18. i vlex 98 3 I870_ Iv: PStillma'n W ,G W Dcarmm IHio fi 3'04! 7 50 i 1 50 327 8 12 8 92 4 85' 271' i 83; 22 5lJ 5 08' 4 90 7 46] 1 86 1 '.18, 1 GOj 10 32! 8 77 15 50j 44 4G1 15 87 28 17' S3 30' 33 40 5') 30) 2075 lii'28, 2890 7 10i 12 60 27 97 49 67 15 17 51 31 1.3 55 02 1 o -G I 13 2440! 74 601 627 100 39 6 64 48 22 ]05 32 6 04 5088 56 59j 70 601 131 61} 81 08; 118 CQi 151 111 77 87' 82 70 i 129 251 70 80J 38 971 69 I'll 88 26! 54 751 2007! 38 651 14 85' 45 82 28 67 41 74 123 20 93 53 42 5 29 40 11 ?.6 35 60 15i 75' 10 8 58 13 57 367 92' 13 661 9 431 32 82, 23 55 i 8 >5i 3 OOi 90 13 207 8ti. 180 00 sr 168 45 46 42. 81 90 45 6V 18G K llC 60 38 ,68 105 33; 44 93. 63 18. 71 6'i; 91 89; 172 CiV. 81 08 19 21' 64 64' 162 12- 195 ]02 09 82 10 15 4 80! 786 12011 5 08 1 97, 15 14 15 00 68 6-1 55 98. 99 90 37 35 28 27 8 40 37 75 1980 46 (51 1475 8 95 127 84, 8? 20j 1227J 95 03, 64 2034 208} 21 01 a'fwi 531 60 85 81 Ct 90 47 99 114 88. 59 8." 50 72 14 80. 60 2 71; 83 26 ]20 25 03 93 53 99 61 76 4Q- 15 87. 135 25 51 88, 454 49, 02 95 47 01 11 Cft 48 72 72 22 54 80 34 77; 55 98, 7 10; 99 9% 54 8Q- 2S 27- 27 97, 4G 60 78, 68 8 77 "fi August 1 1876 Ocoiobct 20 1870 JSTov 13 1876 April 3 1870 (June 23 1870 27 1876 IQOjJune 15 1870 June 30 1876 November 7 101 Jiinnaiy 31 1877 1021 Nov 29 1870 N P Si illman N P Stillman N P Stillman 'K T Yeaden JE T Yeaden 'E T Yeaden 'Olc Hanson Ole Hanson Olc Hanson L W Stenrns F Schneider 49 00 05 10 44 18 A4 01 25 99 7 52 13 fl I 2040 30 32 12 9 30 70 601 90, 11 !2J 19 24 Total..........................'............ wo oo 0063 40 I73n 22 27 77 43! 20 127 74 198 00 64 8S, 17565, 10 241 41 45 81 73 2301 18 15 38 02 .82 32 199 23 3504 20 23 73 'si 6 78 2089 53 85 9t 431 8 821 118 70 222 00 75 81 394 72 8 19 78 24, 0 90 31 78 81 50 8142, 3? 14 60 169 25 1253 134 209 55 126. 40 68, 13 78. 171 8li, 69 246 4-t 420 00 214 2W 580 Si 39 08 57 40- 134 40 102 78 290 54 88 33; 12 60. 30 28 176 03. 16 72 7S til] St', 8 90. 11 12. 19 42 -District 20 drew 35 (nice, by tnUt'ike of' Auditor. STATKM'KM' OF COMMON" SCHOOL FUND. Amount on lianJ from former divisions, March 1, 1877.......................... 6B. collected nnd reported by Treasurer, March settlement, 1877 72 Amount ol fines uud licenses, JfCarch settlement, 1877............................... 180 OO .i-t r Total according to Auditor's books.................................................... 15M 4O Amount shown by Treasurer's baiting bhect less S50 00 overcharged on flute apportionment Oclober. settlement Add for Minnesota, Teacher Charged I 0460 Add for Common IScliool Fulvl dr.iwn by district 5th 1876 and not included in hist 06 81 Excess of Audit oi'i J. 07 62_ 72 reported above us Canimon School Fund collected, is Mill mid is'dividcd lo Districis accordingly. (ContluJtil mi' Hotels. HALL HOUSE F. HALL, Proprietor. Albert L0a, Minn JOHN M. MARTY, 4I1VEYOIASD CIVIL ALBERT LUA, MINN. orders ivitlr Stacy Tyroiv DK. A.'It: THE DRUG STORB, fc'outli of Post Office, v -Albert Lon, JEWS PA PER I   

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