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ACCUSED OF CRIME
nil". ARREST
OF JOHN BRENXAX.
Bice, the Alleged
Pretty Straight
A Interview with Mrs,
Victim-She Tells a
Story.
The GLOBE yesterday morning contained
a brief notice of the arrest, the evening pre
vious, of John JBrennan. an employe at
Stees Bros", furniture establishment on
Third street, on the charge of committing
rape on the person of Mrs. M. J. Rice. The
alleged offense took place on Wednesday
evening, and the arrest "was made on Satur
day afternoon. The same evening, Brennan
was transferred to the custody of Sheriff
Becht, and will there remain until the case
comes up in the Municipal Court.
The story of the affair as told by the de
fendant is that the charge is neither more nor
less than blackmail, and that if he had been
willing to be bled the charge would never
have been made.
V/ishing to get a correct version of the
matter from the other stand point, a GLOBE
reporter visited Mrs. Rice at her residence
on West Ninth street last evening, where he
found her in bed, and under the charge of a
physician. She is '22 years old, and has been
in the city six months, having come here from
Hudson, Wis., and would be readily voted to be
decidedly pretty. She talked freely, and on
being informed of the object of the visit,
readily consented to state her version of the
affair, which she did with the utmost minute
ness of detail, and with an apparent truth
fulness which will no doubt have its effect
on Judge and jury.
She said in substance, that Brennan, who
boarded where she did, at Mrs. Fallons, on
Cedar street, between Fourth and Fifth.knew
that she was out of, and wanted work, and
told her about three weeks ago, to call at his
place of business that night and he would
see what he could do for her. She
thought the language strange, and asked
him why she shouldn't come in the after
noon, to which he replied he would be busy
then till 7 o'clock. She did go there in the
evening at the time named, and asked him
about the work he had for her to do. He
told her he wanted shrouds, mattresses and
such things made, but that he had no time
to talk to her then, and sue must come again.
Other persons were in the store then, and
she left without further talk.
Last Wednesday afternoon, he told her to
come down and see about the work, and
she went at the time fixed by him7 o'elock.
Other persons were present, and Brennan
told her he was busy then, and would be at
leisure in a short time. She went out and
returned in some fifteen minutes. Finding the
store lighted up, she passed to the front
door just as he was extinguishing the lights
in the back of the storeroom. But a light
shone bright in the front Window. He came
forward, closed the door, and, she noticed,
locked it. She ordered him to unlock that
door, whereupon he seized her, clasped hisi
hand over her mouth and drew her to the
back part of the store. Reaching there, he
seated himself in a chair and drew her on
his kneeshe all the while struggling and
attempting to cry out. He told her it was
no use resisting him, and that she could not
go home till he had got through with her.
He then threatened if she halloed again, he
would choke her. She tried to cry out, but
he placed his hand on her throat and said
he'd choke her if she didn't hush up.
She succeeded in breaking away from him
and nearly reached the door, but was seized
and brought back, thrown upon the floor
on his coat which he had previously laid
there, when he finally accomplished his pur
poses.
She says she was afraid of her life and so
overcome by terror and excitement that she
became completely prostrated,neither
being able to speak or move. He finally lif
ted her up and took her up stairs towards the
back part of the office, then down again to
the first floor and thence to the Minneso
ta street entrance when he after some delay
opened the door and let her depart.
On being released, Mrs. Rice says she ran
down to Fourth street and reaching there,
was so faint that she was forced to lean
against the house on the corner for sup
port.
Reviving slightly, she made her way slow
ly and with great difficulty up Fourth to
Wabashaw and thence up Wabashaw beyond
Fifth, where phe entered the store of a gen
tleman who knew her, saw her pitiable con
dition, pua to whom she narrated the de
tails nf her horrible experience. She stayed
there an hou* before she was able to start
homeward, and finally reached home after
great difficulty. She was immediately taken
to bed, when her prostration became so
great that a physician was called who found
her seriously indisposed, her suffering re
sulting, he said, from nervous excitement.
Such is in brief, Mrs. Rice's statement.
She denies most strenuously the imputation
that she ever asked or received money from
Brennan. She says that after the act had
been accomplished, he offered her $2.00
which she refused. She equally as strongly
denies Brennan's statement, that the charge
has been trumped up for blackmailing pur
poses. Whatever may be the real facts in
the case, one thing is apparent to the
most casual observer, and that is, that she
tells a story full of minuteness of detail,
and tells it in a plain straightforward and
unhesitating manner.
WHITE EARTH AFFAIRS.
Reliable Information as to Matters There
N Cro ps Raised there La st Seas on and
the Indians Almost in a State of Absolute
Starvatio n.
From private letters received in this city
and shown to a GLOBE reporter yesterday, it
is learned that the Catholic Mis
sionary, Father Thomazin very stren
uously denies the authorship of
the letter which appeared in a morning
paper of this city on the 18th instant. The
letter, if will be remembered was dated at
White Earth, January 16th, and as Father
Thomazin arrived at the Keservation that
day and long after the mail had left, the
writer ia convinced that he could not have
written it. The alleged letter, Jt will also be
remembered, staled that the writer,- Father
Thomazin, was there and "bound to
stay and do his work, even if
all the hell, and all the devils of hell should
be against it." The Catholic Indians, a large
part of the community there, have a great
deal of confidence in Father Thomazin, and
altogether refuse to entertain the belief for
a moment that he would be guilty of writing
such a missive to his enemies or any one else.
Other important information is also con
veyed in the letters first spoken of, as to the
condition of affairs at the reservation. It is
distinctly and unequivocally stated that the
Indians at White Earth are in a state of al
most absolute starvation. This information
was conveyed to the department at Washing
ton by a letter written on the 17th of
last month, but up to this time,
nothing has been done towards
remedying the matter.
There is, it is said, no game and no hunt
ing or fishing there, worth speaking of. In
this emergency the Agent has informed the
Indians that he would grant them passes if
they wished to go outside the Keservation to
find work.
No crops were raised there last year, and
in fact none to speak of for three years past.
Three years ago the grasshoppers left but
little, and still less the succeding year. Oat
of 1,114 aores sowed to different crops last
year, grain and vegetables, absolutely noth
ing was realized. Everything was taken by
the graBshoppers.
The people there are consequently vtrv
much ctaprMMcl, and many of tham are air
ready suffering for the necessities of life.
The Otter Tail Pillagers, -who were sent to
the reservation last July, from Otter Tail
county, hare all returnedno provision hav
ing been made for their support of the
Pembinas, who were removed there three
years ago, and numbered 318 on the roll.
There are now situated on the Reservation
only about sixty odd. Of the Otter Tails
there were about the same number settled
there, and only about sixty are still there. Of
the Mississippi bands there are something
over 1800, all of whom, with the remaining
Pembinas and Otter Tails will have
to be fed at the public expense, as they^have
no fund to support them out of.
The whole number of people on the reser
vation at this time is about 1,927. The
number of what might be called "scattered"
Indians, that is off the reservation and roam
ing through the county is about 900, about
equally divided between the Pembina and
Otter Tail tribes. For the location of these
tribes on the reservation some years ago,
$55,000 was appropriated and that amount
expended, but as appears from the above, to
veay little practical good.
Iu the present extremity, the
letter states there is but one
thing to be done, and that is that they will
have to kill off their working cattle to pre
vent their dying of starvation. All this
is simply a great waste and destruction of
property, and a very unfortunate condition
of affairs, which ought to receive prompt
and immediate attention from Washington.
CITY GLOBULES.
One drunk only in the station house last
night
A Mrs. Hare was the lady injured by the
upsetting of her buggy down the embank
ment in West St. Paul Saturday afternoon.
The Masonic burial service was read yes
terday afternoon over the remains of Charles
Waldo in the lodge room of Ancient Land
mark Lodge in the presence of a large num
ber of brethren and spectators. The Lodge,
preceded by the Great Western band,
marched from Masonic Hall to St. Joseph's
hospital and thence escorted the remains to
the hall, whence, on the conclusion of the
sad ceremonial, they were taken to the
American Express company's office and by
them forwarded by the evening train to
Brooklyn, Conn., for interment. The re
mains were enclosed in a neat casket, sur
mounnted with masonic emblems, upon
which rested during the performance of the
ceremonial in the hall a beautiful flower
cross of white and green.
PERSONAL.
Mayor John A. McLean, of Bismarok, left
on last eveming's train for the East, and will
go as far as Washington.
Paul Beuulien, of White Earth Reserva
tion, said to be the best Indian interpreter
in the State, is on a business trip to the city.
FOLLOWING SUIT.
JIoiv the "Globe"Made its Venerable Cotetn
poray Come to Time.
[Brainerd Tribune.]
Not to be outdone by the GLOBE the
Pioneer Press will appear every day here
after.
[St. Cloud Times.]
The GLOBE and Pioneer Press now issue a
morning paper every day in the week. This
event is attributable to the GLOBE.
[Peoples' Advocate.]
The GLOBE started out upon the plan of
issuing seven daily editions per week, and
the Pioneer Press has followed suit.
Sauk Bapids Sentinel.]
The St. Paul daily GLOBE issued a paper
every day in the week, and the example is
followed by the Pioneer.
[Northfield Journal.]
Not to be beat by the Democratict St. Paul
GLOBE, our able, energetic and independent
friend, the Pioneer Press begins this week
to print seven copies a week.
[Stillwater Gazette.
The daily GLOBE of St. Paul, having an
nounced that the paper would be issued every
morning during the year, the Pioneer'Press
follows suit.
[lied Wing Republican.]
The St. Paul GLOBE began the publication
of a paper every day in the week. That is
an improvement. The Pioneer Press has
followed suit.
[Ouudas News.]
The St. Paul DAILY GLOBE started out
with seven issues to the week, and the Pio
neer-Press followed suit by issuing a Mon
day morning edition.
[Bismarck (D. T.) Tribune.]
The St. Paul GLOBE announced an every
day edition, and the Pioneer-Press came up
smiling with a similar announcement.
[Duluth Tribane.]
THE DAILT GLOBE having announced last
week that it would issue a daily every morn
ing in the week, the Pioneer-Press, not to
be outdone by its young competitor, has fol
lowed suit.
[Owatonna Review.]
HE GLOBE, by issuing a paper seven days
in the week, has forced the Pioneer-Press to
do likewise, and it is therefore entitled to
the hearty thanks of the people throughiMtfc
the State.
[Winona Herald.]
The St. Paul DATLT GLOBE is making
wonderful strides in journalism. Before it
was a week old it came out with a regular
Monday morning paper, and announces that
hereafter THE GLOBE will be published
every morning, Sundays included. The
Pioneer Press, not to be outranked by THE
GLOBE in the number of its daily editions,
immediately gave notice that that paper will
also publish a paper every morning in the
week.
Horace Austin in Trouble.
Mr. Third Auditor Horace Austin has been
fooling considerably of late around the busi
ness end of a mule, and yesterday he got a
kick in his stomach, which made him feel
very weary for a while. Col. William Craig
preferred charges against him to the Presi
dent "for conduct unbecoming an officer and
a gentleman." Bather of a military and fun
ny way of putting it in view of the fact t" at
in these latter days there aae few "officers
and gentlemen" in thewell, not to get the
place too far off, in the Treasury Depart
ment, hence the charge is a little ludicrous.
Colqnel Craig had a mule case not long since
in the courts, but the jury acquitted him and
his partner, George W. Briant, of all wrong
doing in the matter. Mr. Austin, Col. Craig
thinks, was an instigator and accessory to
this suit, and his turn has come to defend
himself.
Opposition to Hunnell.
[Hokah Blade.]
We have been informed that Juege H. S.
Bassett, of Fillmore* county will be brought
forward by his friends as a candidate for
congress next summer. If this be true it
will make a three-cornered contest in this
district, as Mr. Bunnell and Gen. Baker are
candidates for the nomination. The Fill
more county Republicans think that it is
time Mr. Dunnell should step aside and
give others a show who have labored hard
for the interests of the party. The next
congressional convention for this district
will probably be held at Albert Lea.
Congressional Candidates.
[Lake City Leader.]
It is hinted in St. Paul, that George B.
Dresbach, of Winona county, is an aspirant
for Congressional honors in the First Dist.,
against Dunnelly and that Henry Hinds is
ditto, in the Second District, against Strait.
Both these gentlemen are now members of
the lower house of our Legislature.
Pure Old Rye Whisky, and Rock Candy at
Donnelly's, No. 10 Wabashaw.
FOB SALE.
FOoR
SALEBeautiful Suburban Residence plats
Marshall and SneUing Avenues, between
Marshall Avenue and Summit Avenue.
D. A. ROBERTSON,
1 Ibtom Vtfi 8yRergn'Blook.
CITY NOTICE.
OFFICE OF THE CITY TBKASUBEB,
ST. PAUL MINNESOTA, Jan. 21.1878.)
Notice for Judgment.
I will make application to the District Court
in and for the county of Ramsey and State of
Minnesota, at the special term held Saturday,
Febuary 9th, 1878, at the court house in St.
Paul, Minneseta, for judgments against the
several lots'and real estate embraced in a war
rant in my hands for the collection of unpaid
assessments, with interest and cosis thereon
for the hereinafter named special assessments.
All in the city of St. Paul, county of Ramsey
ond State of Minnesota, when and where all
persons interested may attend and be heard.
The owners and descriptions of lots and real
estate are as follows:
Assessment for Grading 5th Street
Prom Jackson to Broadway, and
the Partial Grading of
Prince Street from
Broadway to
John St.
Whitney Smith's Addition.
Timothy J. Horan, und }$ 1
T. M. Horan, und 1
Timothy J. Horan, strip in
front of 1
Monroe Sheire, und 14
0-4S
4
Romain Sheire, und 4
do und of
32} ft of 147K ft of
Monroe Sheire, und of
32X feet of 147 ft of
Chas. Colter, 22 ft of
45 ft
John B. Cook, 30 ft of
22 ft of 86K ft of
Theodosius Strong, und 6
James Adriance, und 6
John Muidie, und 6
Stephen R. Strong, und 6
Chas. Cavalier, 5
do 6
Estate of S. Wilkin, und4-5of 7
S. W. Coleman, und^j of und
1-5 of 7
W. Wilkin, und of und 1-5 7
D. M. Bobbins, 2
St. Paul, Stillwater & Tay
lor's Falls Ry. Co 3
Same, 4
Same, 1
Same, 2
J. Iten, nnd ]4 3
M, Iten, und 3
J. Iten, tind )4 4
M. Iten, und Si
15 20 96
15 20 96
16 28 38
16 38 70
St. Paul Proper.
Caroline Schurmeier, 8 44 ft 8
do 44 ft 9
Chas. Colter, 45! ft 6
do n45 ft 7
13
18
16
16
Geo. B. Warren, i)^
Julia Metcalf,
J. H. Schurmeier, und f
90 ft
Caroline Schurmeier, und
of 90 ft
Caroline Schurmeier, und
J. H. Schurmeier, und J^
do und }4 f
strip in front of
Caroline Schurmeier, und
of strip in front of
Mathilda Greve, mid
do
78 69
39 99
42 57
78 69
Whitney & Smith'8 Addition.
96 75
96 75
9 14 83
9 14 83
95 46
95 46
12 12
12 12 90
12
11 11
12 90
64 50
64 50
Kittson's Addition.
58
58
58
58
59 59 60
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
160 00
160 00
128 00
60 60
62
16 00
16 00
160 00
62
62 63 63 63 63 63 63
160 00
160 00
160 00
160 00
80 00
80 00
80 00
80 00
Bt. Paul Proper.
f*
9 4
s
Jo
19 $64.50 40.25 24.25
10 64.50 40.25 24.25
64.50 40.25 24.25
64.50 40.25 24.25
W. G. Fargeo,
E. Langevine,
do do
St. Paul Lodge No 2,
I. O. O.F.,iJ{ 9 9 64.50 40,25 24.25
Same, 10 9 64.50 40.25 24.25
Eli Williams, 12 9 64.50 40.25 24.25
Robert Warren, (guar-
dian)
Henry Buel, 10 ft
ofn^ 2
Wm. F. Davidson, 6
Eulalia Turpin, 12
do .w% 13
Rosanna Crummy, 13
Peter Hopkins, n25 ft 1
do 19 ft of
n25ft
A. R. Capehart, 31
of 50 ft 2 17 89.99 15.50 24.49
W. F. Davidson, 3 17 64,50 25.00 39.50
Chas. C. MiHs, 4 17 64.50 25.00 39.50
do 14 ft of 5 17 18.06 7.00 11.06
Wm.F. Davidson,n75ft 6 17 64.50 25.00 39.50
Wm. Davidson, 75 ft 7 17 64.50 25.00 39.50
All in the city of St. Paul, county of Ramsey
and State of Minnesota.
F. A. RENZ,
9-13 City Treasurer.
10
10
16 9 109.65 68.43 41.22
18 12,90 12.90
18 103.20 64.40 38.80
11 64.50 40.25 24.25
11 32.25 20.13 12.12
11 32.25 20.13 12.12
17 77.40 30.50 46.90
CONTRACT WORK.
Grading Arkwright Street.
OFFICE OF THE BOABD OF PUBLIC WORKS,
CITY OF ST. PAUL, MINN, Jan. 21,1878.
Sealed bids will be received by the Board of
Public WorkB in and for the corporation of the
city of St. Paul, Minn., at their office in said
city, until 10 a. m. on the 2d day of February,
A. D. 1878, for grading Arkwright street, from
a point about 150 feet south of Minnehaha
street to Lafayette Avenue, in said city, accord
ing -to plan and specifications on file in the
office of said Board.
A bond with at least two sureties, in a sum
of at least 20 per cent, of the gross amount bid,
must accompany each bid.
The said Board reserves the right to reject any
or all bids. H. H. TIMME.
President.
Official: R. L. GOKMAN,
8-17 Clerk Board of Public Works.
CONTRACT WORK.
OFFICE OF THE BOARD OF PDBI_O WORKS,
CITY OF ST. PAra, MINN., Jan 21, 1878.
Sealed bids will be received by the Board of
Public Works in and for the corporation of the
city of St. Panl, Minn., at their office in said
city, until 10 a. m. on the 2d day of February,
A. D. 1878, for grading Ohio street from 5th
street to Cabot street, and Cabot street from
Ohio street to the south line of city limits, in
the 6th Ward of said city, according to plan
and specifications on file in the office of said
Board.
A bond with at least two sureties, in a sum of
at least 20 per cent, of the gross amount bid,
must accompany each bid.
The said Board reserves the right to reject
any or all bids.
H. H. TIMME, President.
Ofltoifil' B. L. GORMAN,
$-17 CSkBo_do PubUcWoiks,
5o^.'
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vXf^fi%fpffrHtl lCfk-pY', .'r
THE ST. PAUL DAILY GLOBE, MONDAY MORNIN6, JANUARY 28, 1878.
2d Beassessment for Grading
Hoffman Avenue from 7th
Street Bridge to South
ern Terminus.
a $
a
13
13
$92 88
92 88
13 15
15
25 80
32 25
32 25
ITY NOTICE. CITY NOTICE.
OFFICE OF THE CITY TBKASUBEB,
ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA, Jan. 21, 1878.
Notice for Judgment.
I will make application to the District Court
in and for the county of Ramsey and State of
Minnesota, at the special term held Saturday,
February 9th, 1878, at the Court House in St.
Paul, Minnesota, for judgments against the
several lots and real estate embraced in a war
rant in my hands for the collection of unpaid
assessments, with interest and costs thereon
for the hereinafter named special assessments.
All in the city of St. Paul, county of Ramsey
and state of Minnesota, when and where all
persons interested may attend and be heard.'
The owners and descriptions of lots and real
estate are as follows:
of
Lyman Dayton's Addition.
as
Alice Hewit, 250 ft of of 14 9225 25
3d Beassessment for Opening
..Sibley Street from 4th to
5th Street.
of
Estate of J. W. Simpson.
That portion of the following described prop
erty, to-wit:
Commencing at a point at the line of 4th
street, in the city of St. Paul, 118 feet and 9
inches easterly from the point where the line
of the land known as the Pierre Gervais Claim
intersects said line of 4t street, thence
along last mentioned line 90 ft to the eastern
corner of the so-called Simpson acre, thence
northwesterly along the eastern line of said acre
208 feet and 9 inches to the northern corner of
said acre, thence southwesterly along the north
ern line of said acre 90 feet, thence southeast
erly to the point of beginning said de
scribed piece or parcel of land being the east
erly 90 feet of the Simpson acre, BO called, lying
and being in the city of St. Paul, Ramsey
county, Minnesota. $576 19
Sidewalks Under Contract of H. E.
Whaley, Dated April 9th
1877.
Whitney & Smith's Addition^
3* W a
S
a?
a
1
3 3
D. M. Bobbins, 9 14 $*1.66& $9.50 $9.84 J $61.01
Wm.F.Davidson.lO 14 13.20 4.83 3.12 21.15%
Winston's Addition.
8 13.72 3.64 17.36
Lizzie E Bennett, 1
E. Moore, of
Fort street, 3 7 13 35^ 3.75 3.54 20.4'/i
Mice & Irvine's Addition.
H. B. Bigelow,
do
do
7 32
8 32
9 32
12.78%
13.75 13.75
B. F.
K. P.
2 17 24.51 9.50 15.01
1.75
2.00
2.00
I. Bernheimer,
do
L. H. Philips,
I. Bernheimer,
do
:a
IAI ,t fl
3.021417.56
3.25 19.00
3.25 19.00
St. Paul Proper.
W. F. Davidson,
w/s of ahk 2 32 5.63 1.4954 7.13
Grading of Nelson Avenue from
Summit to Western
Avenue.
Dayton & Irvine's Addition.
OrrrcB or THE CR TBEASUBKB,
ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA, Jan. 21, 1878.
Noticfe for Judgment.
I will make application to the District Court
in and for the county of Ramsey and State of
Minnesota, at the special term held Saturday,
February 9th, 1878, at the Court House in St.
Paul, Minnesota, for judgments against the
several lots and real estate embraced in a war
cant in my hands for the collection of unpaid
assessments, with interest aud costs thereon for
the hereinafter named special assessments.
All in the city of St. Paul, county of Ramsey
and State of Minnesota, when and where all
persons interested may attend and be heard.
The owners and descriptions of lots and real
estate are as follows:
Assessment For Grading Univer
sity Avenue From Bice
Street- to Lexington Av.
Bobertson Van Etten's
St. Paul
S
g 5
3 8
Gates A. Johnson, 10 83 13 50
Frederick Butterfield, 11 83 13 50
do 12 83 13 50
J. L. Johnson, 13 83 13 50
do 83 12 42
Gates A. Jhnson, 20 83 13 50
Caroline J. Summers, 21 83 13 50
Jos. Lewis, 28 83 13 50
do 29 83 13 50
Breckinridge, 1 80 15 92
do 2 80 15 92
Cullen, 1 82 27 15
do 2 82 13 50
do 3 82 13 50
do 4 82 13 50
do ot 5 82 72
A. Lasher, 25 feet of 13 82 5 62
L. W. Buchler, 16 82 13 50
Morris Lamprey, 22 82 13 50
N. E. Green, 24 82 13 50
Partial Grading of Isabelle Street
Between Dakota Avenue and
Mississippi Avenue in
the Sixth Ward.
Irvine's Addition to West St. Paul.
"S
5
a
0 O
O as
ffl
7 198
198
199 199
199
4 50
4 50
4 50
4 50
4 50
8
5
11
12
Robertson's Addition.
Robert Terney, und 11 158 2 25
W. W. Moir, (trustee) und 11 158 2 25
D. D. Merrill, 12 158 4 50
John Napie, 13 158 4 50
Robert Terney, und 14 158 2 25
W. W. Moir, (trustee) und 14 158 2 25
E. H. Wood, 15 158 4 50
D. D. Merrill, 16 158 4 50
do 17 158 4 50
do 18 158 4 50
Bobertson'8 Addition to West St. Paul.
Troy City Bank,
Jeremiah Mayo,
Wm. Dawson, un
Robert A. Smith, und
do- do
Wm. Dawson, un
D. Merrill,
do do do do
19
20
1 1 2
158
158 157 157 157 157
157 157 157
157 157
4 50
4 50
2 25
2 25
2 25
2 25
4 50
4 50
4 50
4 50
4 50
-2
3 4 5
9
10
West St. Paul Proper.
D. Merrill, 5
do nd \i 6
F. Drake, und 6
Mary T. Winslow, 5
Estate of S. Sterling, und 6
F. Somers 5
John Pelter, _,-.-,- 6
Henry Eggera,
29 29 29
30 30 32
36 39
39
49
49 49 49 50 50
54 56 57
.58
58
13 50
6 75
6 75
13 50
6 75
8 10
13 50
13 50
13 50
6*75
675 6 75
6 75
4 50
4 50
4 50
13 50
13 50
6 75
6 75
5
do 6
Estate of S. Sterling, un 1
N. 8. Warden, und 1
do do 10
Estate of S. Sterling, and 10
Methodist Church, W
Sarah Spangler, \6 f^ ^'11 0
Merrill, \M^-^'
4
v"*f-
J. W. Davis, -ifiCr
Mathias Iten, ..*.&
^i?und
10
Estate of S. Sterling,' 10
N.8. Warden, und f 10
All in the city of St. Paul, county of Ramsey
and State of Minnesota,
F.A.BENZ,^
CUtVnfttfpir.
msmgrn
2
Addition to
R. a Thomas, 5
Gates A. Jonnson, 1
do 2
do 8
do 4
do and of a
piece of land beginning at at
a point 1 50-100 chs from
the nw cor of ne Ji' of se
of sec 36, 29, 23, thence
7 chs 50% Iks, thence 5
chs thence 7 chs 50% Iks to
3^ sec line, thence 5 chs to
place of beginning, except
the 8 40 ft, all in the city of
St. Paul,
Cynthia S. Fuller, und of
a piece of land beginning at
a point 1 50-100 chs from
the nw cor of ne J^ of se 34
of sec 36, 29, 23, thence
7 chs 50% Iks, thence 5
chs, thence 7 chB 50% Iks to
sec line, thence 5 chs to
place of beginning, except
the 40 ft, all in thf_eity of
St* Paul, J?
Francis Johnson, und
of a piece of land beginning
at a point 150-100chs from
the cor of of se
of sec 36, 29, 23, thence
7 chs 50% Iks, thence 5 cha
thence 7 chs 50% Iks to
sec line, thence 5 chs to
place of beginning, except
the 40 ft, all in the city of
St. Paul,
Edna P. Webb, und of a
piece of land beginning at a
point 1 50-100ch8 from the
cor of of se of
sec 36, 29, 23, thence 7
chs 50% Iks, thence 5 chs,
thence 7 chs 50% Iks to
sec line, thence 5 chs to
place of beginning, except
the 40 ft, all in the city of
St. Paul,
Gates A Johnson, un of
a piece of land beginning at
a point 1 50-100 chs from
the cor of the of se
\i of sec 36,129, r23 thence
4 50-100 chs, thence se 7
chs and 33 links along the
Territorial road, thence
to place of beginning, except
the 40 ft, all in the city of
St. Paul, Minn.
Cynthia S. Fuller, und of
a piece of land beginning at
a point. 1 50-100 chs from
the cor of the of se
of sec 36, 129 23, thence
4 50-100 chs, thence se 7
chs and 33 Iks along the Ter
ritorial road, thence to
place of beginning, except
the 40 ft, all in the city of
St. Paul, Minn.
Francis Johnson, und 3 i
of a piece of land beginning
at a point 1 50-100 chs
from the cor of the J^
of se 3-4 of sec 36, 29, 23,
thence 4 50-100 chs, thence
se 7 chs and 33 links along
the Territorial road, thence
to place of beginning, ex
cept then 40 ft, all in the
city of St. Paul, Minn,
Edna Webb, und of a
piece of land beginning at a
point 150-100 chs from the
cor of the 3^ of se
of sec 36,129, 23, thence
4 50-100 chs, thence se 7
chs and 33 Iks along the Ter
ritorial road, thence to
place of begining, except the
40 ft, all in the city of St.
Paul, Minn,,
S
S
S S
12 50
12 50
12 50
W 50
7 18
20 62
20 02
20 61
15 00
15 00
is ce
15 00
Warren Bice's Addition.
Valentine Rapp,
Nellie M. Brown,
J. A. Whitall,
Walton Saunders,
J. T. M. Gaxnett,
25 25
25
25 25
13 33
13 33
13 33
13 33
13 33
Blfelt, Bernheimer & Arnold's Addition.
Isaac^Bernheimer, und
do do do do do
8. W. Arnold, do do do do do
6 25
6 25
6 25
6 25
6 25
6 25
6 25
6 25
625 6 25
6 25
6 25
do do do do do
do
do do do
do do
Mackubin Marshall's Addition.
George Sturm,
Gideon Longton
Andrew Wiated,
Mortr Grosse,
A. McDonald,
do do
Robert A. Smith,
Chas. Schuler,
Christian Schmidt,
J. A. F. Dowland,
John Alexander,
R. H. Ryland,
do
6 9 87
9 87
9 87
9 87
9 87
9 87
9 87
9 87
9 87
9 87
9 87
9 87
9 87
9 87
12
1 5
7 8 9
12 14
1 5 7
11
12
Smith's Sub-Division of Blocks 9,1015,16,
Stinson's Division of N. W. Sec. 36,
T. 29, R.2Z.
5 7 8
Robert Hamp,
James Toomey,
J. W. Bass,
F. Gundlacb,
Christian Schmidt,
H.J. Taylor,
F. V. Heyderstadt.
Thos. Sheedy,
Jeremiah Holland,
Anna Hannon,
16 16 16 16 16 15 15 15
15 15
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
13
14
6
10 12
13 14
Michael's Sub-Division of Block San
son's Division of N. W. Sec. 36, T.
29, B. 23.
A. Stedler,
do
Ernst Madicke,
Rt. Rev. T. L. Grace,
163.9 ft of e, 327, 8 of *X
of se 3^ of nw of sec 35,
29, 23, St. Paul, Minn., ex
cept 60 ft,
8.J, Jones,163, 9 of 163.5
ft and 163, 9 of w, 163, 9
ft of se 3i of nw of 35,
2_^range 29, Be. Ptwl, exotspt
100 It, i-vh-U
16
17
23
1
1
8 88
10 00
10 00 ifl
J.f
40 97
-JL
Q. Hewitt, 163, 9 ft of e,
656, 9.ftofse#of nw Hot
35, 29, 23, St. Paul,
Minn., except 60 ft,
Alex. Ramsey, 168, 9 ft
and 163, 6 of e, 491, 7 ft of
se of of 35, 29
23, 8t. Paul, Minn., except
60 ft,
Alex. Ramsey, 1639 ft of
819.5 ft of se of nw of
a 35, 29, 23, St. Paul,
Minn., except a 60 ft,
7 ft 7
40 97
81 85
40 97
Hyde Park.
M. 8. T. Baasen, (except
73 28
J. B. 8 Harman, J^ of
sw of 85, 29, range 23,
except 60 ft, St. Paul,
Minn.,
F. Butterfield, the of se of a 85,
29, r23, except 60 ft, St. Paul,
Minn., 555 6 2
Unknown, commencing on
the line of University Ave.
125 ft of line of Farring
ton Ave., thence parallel
with Farrington Avenue to
Ellen street, thence 36.91
ft, thence to Dniversity
Ave. at a point 36.91 ft of
place of beginning, thence
36 91-100 ft to place of
beginning, in the city of
St. Paul, Minn. 9 22
F. Butterfield, of sec
35, 29, 23, St. Paul, Minn,
excepts 60 ft, 655 62
All in the city of St Paul, county of Ramsey
and State of Minnesota.
F. A. RENZ,
10-14 City Treasurer.
CITY NOTICE.
OFFICE OF THE CITY TBEASUBEB,
ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA, Jan. 21, 1878.
Notice for Judgment.
I will make application to the District Court
in and forth county of Ramsey and State of
Minnesota, at the special term held Saturday,
February 9th, 1878, at the Court House in St.
Paul, Minnesota, for judgments against the
several lots and real estate embraced in a war
rant in my hands for the collection of unpaid
assessments, with interest and costs thereon for
the hereinafter named special assessments.
All in the city of St. Paul, county of Ramsey
and State of Minnesota, when and where all
persons interested may attend and be heard.
The owners and descriptions of lots and real
estate are as follows:
Assessment for Opening' of Ohio Street from
Kate Street, in Irvine's Addition to West
StiPaul, to Cabot Street in Sweeny's
Addition to West St. Paul,
in the City of St. Paul,
Minnesota.
Irvine's Addition to West St. Paul.
5
0
J. C. Ramsey, except'what is
taken for Ohio street,
Same, same,
Same, same,
I. Bernheimer, same,
Mrs. Whitacre, same,
1. Bernheimer, same,
J. C. Ramsey, same,
I. Bernheimer, same,
do do
Anton Yoerg, same
Same, except Ohio street,
Wm. Dawson, lot 6, Bee 7,
28, 22, Ramsey county,
Minn., except Ohio street,"
Same, lot 5, sec 7, 28, 22,
Ramsey county, Minn.,
except what is taken for
Ohio street, except Ban
ning & Oliver's Addition,
and Sweeny's Addition to
West St. Paul,
20 62
23
10 20
7^ J* -rffiT^^Ca
AMUSEMENTS.
0PEKA HOUSE
THE FASHIONABLE EVENT
Three Nights and Matinee.
COMMENCING MONDAY, JANUABY 28.
The Distinguished Actress, MISS
Charlotte Thompson,
MONDAY EVE., CHABLOTTE BRONTE'S
JAN*E EYRE
As Played by MT88 THOMPSON 130 Nights at the
Union Square Theatre, New York.
6 00
Assessment for the Grading of Sycamore street
from Bice Street to Courtlandt
Street.
Guerin's Outhte.
i
i
S
W. K. Ctastra, 1
Patrick Conroy, 2
Chas. Stewart, 3
do 4
do 5
do 6
61 10
51 10
51 10
51 10
60 73
50 73
Green's Addition.
H. M. Rice, 2
do 21
1 1
36 50
36 50
Michael Lyton, that part of the of
sw of sw U. sec 30, 29, 22,
which lies between Bazill's Add'n of
acre lots and Gucrin's outlots, and
Green's Add'n to St. Paul, except
Sycamore Btreet, 410 62
Israel Sheldon, of se
8
W
sec 30, 29, 22, except 33 ft from
Jackson street, extended to line of
said 3^" of se 3^ sw deeded to the
City of St. Paul, and except Syca
more street, 459 90
Oakland Cemetery Association, of
se 14 of swj^, sec 30, 29, 22, ex
cept Sycamore street, 469 75
Assessment for the Lateral Sewer on Grove
Street from Mississippi Street to
Stillwater Street.
Kittson's Addition.
D. D. Merrill, 100 ft of
50 feet,
Catholic Orphan Asylum,
and Btate of Minnesota.
I
KH
%f-
^"JS- a /TK!
^^J^KS^??
sfi%x
'mm&
1A,
Tuesday Evening, the Great Play,
Miss Multon
CO
6 1
2 3 4 5 6
7
8 9
196
198 198 198 198 198 198
i98
198 198
198
3 00
33 00
33 00
33 00
33 00
33 00
85 00
3 00
3 00
1 50
180 00
For the past three years the rae in Paris and Lon
don, and more recently at the Union Square Theatre,
New York, where Miss Thompson has achieved great
success as the Heroine.
Grand Family Matinee Wednesday Afternoon.
WEDNESDAY EVENING, CHANGE OF PBOO^MXX.
Admission 75 and 50 cents. Reaerved^Ute 26c
extra, now on sale at Opera House Box office. 11*
8.
103 75
498 00
Patterson's Addition.
Adam Gotzian, of 100ft 6 4 103 75
Josephine Gotzian, e% of 6 4 103 75
W. H. Hawkins, of 5 3 103 75
S. McGraw, w^ofir^ of
150 ft, 5 4 51 87
E. C. Belote, of 100 ft 5 4 103 76
Flora L. Lain's part of blocks 1, Kitt
son's Add. to the city of St. Paul, de
scribed as follows: Commencing at
a point on the line of Grove street
as said line divides said street from
said block 1, 100 ft easterly from nw
cor of said block one, thence south'ly
at right angles with Grove street 69ft
to nw cor of that portion of said blk
conveyed by Harvey Hill and wife to
T. Nygren, thence east'ly on north'ly
line of Baid Nygren.'s tract 38 ft,
thence north'ly on a line at right
angles to line of Grove street, 52
ft to said line, thence on line of
Grove street to place of beginning, 62 25
Augusta Young, part of block 1, Kitt
son's Add. to the city of St, Paul,
Minn., described as follows: Com*
meneing at south'ly side of Grove
street, 4% in. east'ly from ne cor of
a Btable on side of Grove street,
thence east'ly along nly line of said
bl'k to ne cor of said bf k, 42 ft 1 in,
thence south'ly along west'ly side of
Pine street to centre of easterly line
of said blk 32 ft, thence west'ly
along a fence to a post 604-12 ft from
said Pine street, thence north'ly on a '-v\
line at right angles to Grove street
63 2-12 ft to place of beginning, 87 32
All in the city of St. Paul, county of Ramsey
F. A. RENZ,
WANTED.
BED
ROOMWanted, a comfortable room near
Post Ofl"
GLOBE office.
EXPERIENCED BOOK-KEEPER-Wanted
one or more sets Books to Post, at reaaontUe
nns. Good reference given. Address,
"ACCOUNTANT,"
10-16 Globe Office.
WANTEDs
jti
by the Famous Supported by the Famou
Combination
iacK
328 12
TO EXCHANGEFarming land in
Stearn County, Minn., for a good family cot
tage. Address,
13-18
C. A. W.,
Globe office.
ATTORNEYS.
D. A. KOBE11TSON,
Law and Real Estate Office.
REAL ESTATE CASES, INVESTIGATION AND
CURING OF DEFECTS IN TITLE.
Tax Titles, &c, a specialty.
Block, Third street, St. Paul.
Room No. 3, Rogers'
6*
WM. J. PARSONS,
Attorney at Law and Commissioner of Deeds for
New York, 31E. 3d St., St. PauL Minu. 4-33-3p
CORRECTION O THE
Assessment for Grading
Neill Street,
OFFICE OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS,.
CITY OF ST. PAU L, MINX., Jan 26, lo78.
The Board of Public Works in nnd for tho
corporation of the City of St. Paul. Minn., will
meet at their office in said city, at 10 a. m., on
the 2d day of February, A. D. 1878, to make a
correction in the assessment for the partial
grading of Neill Btreet, between 3d and 6th
streets, in said city.
The nature of said correction be to reduce tho
amount thereof.
All persons interested in said assessment are
hereby notified to Vie present at said time and
place of making said correction, and will be
heard.
H. H. TIMME, President.
Official: R. GORMAN,
14 Clerk Board of Public Works.
1878. 1878.
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