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T. PAUL TO JOIN HANDS WITH WIN-
O N O THE NOETH.I 3UAHRf.l,2n&riS!fc&
And Also to Clasp Alexandria and Inter
mediate Points in fond EmbraceThe
St. Paul & Pacific Extension Lines to
Push ed to Alexandria and from Crook
ston to St. VincentAll Rail Connection
"With Winnipeg in October.
Soon after the adjournment of the Legis
lature Messrs. N. W. Kittson, Hill, Ed
mund Bice and R. Galusha left for the
East upon business connected with the con
struction of the extension lines of the St. Paul
A Pacific road. These gentlemen returned
yesterday morning having visited New York,
Washington, Montreal and other points and
conferred with the Canadian parties inter
ested in the St. Paul & Pacific interprise.
While the legislation which was sought
for by the new owners of the St. Paul &
Pacific was pending, there were plenty to
say that no matter what laws were enacted
there would be no immediate railroad build
ing. In, common with all other citizens
these croakers will be glad to learn from the
GLO BE that they were mistaken. A GLOBE
reporter interviewed Mr. Hill yesterday
afternoon and learned that the result of the
trip of himself and associates was highly
favorable, and that work on the line from
Melrose to Alexandria, and from Grookston
to St. Vincent will be commenced at once
and pressed to an early completion. I is
expected that the cars will be running from
St. Paul to St. Vincent by October. By the
same peiiod the Canada Pacific will be built
from Winnipeg to the boundary line, and all
rail communication will thus be established
between St. Paul and Manitoba. This will
be a great event for both Minnesota and the
British Possessions. I links the two coun
tries together, and allies their interests still
While the whole State is benefited by this
railroad development, St. Paul is the most
vitally interested. Anything which is done to
open the millions of idle acres in the north
ern part of the State, is so much added to
the trade of the city. There is no railroad
enterprise which we are so vitally inter
ested as this, and the permanent addition of
the British possessions, with another Pacific
road to our bailiwick, is a consummation
3reatly to bo desired.
There are thirty thousand Canadian farm
ers who will pour into the province of
Manitoba the coming season, each bring
ing from two to ten or fifteen thousand
dollars. They go into a choice farming
country and with the capital which they
bring will add incalculably to the wealth and
production of the country.
The line from Melrose to Alexandria may
not be completed as soon as the extension
to St. Vincent, but it will be ready to move
the fall crop. Th grading on both lines
being largely completed the work of placing
the in running order for trains will be very
XI. S Commissioner's Court.
[Before Commissioner Cardoza.]
The examination of Thomas Norman was
continued and concluded, he being bound
over in the sum of $1,000 to appear
before the United States supreme court.
WEEKLY SPECIAL TEBM.
[Before Judge Brill.]
Assessment for grading Sycamore street
continued from last term. Settled and
File No. 11,042. Th Homestead Build
ing Society of St. Paul vs G. A. B. Shawe
continued from last term. Contined.
File. No. 11,028. Maggie Kenefick vj,.
Baker motion for the appointment of a re
File No. 11,034. James O. Lechlor vs.
Ignatius Donnelly, demurrer. Heard, and
taken under advisement.
File No. 11,023. Daniel Mullen, vs. Oscar
Stephen&on, et al application for judgment.
Heard and taken under advisement.
File No. 10,674. Z. M. Trask vs. Peter
Berkey appeal from taxation of costs.
be heard by Judge Wilkin.
File No. 10,770. Henry Dangerfield vs.
William Benson. be heard by Judge
File No. 10.823. John T. Hoyt vs. Henry
C. James, administrator, et al. Heard, and
Assessment for grading Fifth street, from
Broadway to Kittson street, and partial
grading of Neill street, from Third to
Seventh street. There being no opposition,
the application was granted.
Assessment for grading North street, from
Bedford street to Burr street, and partial
grading of Burr street, from North to Wood
ward street. There being no opposition, the
application was granted.
File No. 11,141. J. B. Hunter vs. William
Graham. Heard and taken under advise
File No. 11,082. Edward Clark vs. Ed
ward Miller et al. motion for judgment.
Assignment of It. J. Dugan examination
of final account. Objections to be reduced
to writing, and filed bci'oie April 3 con
S. B. Tripp vs. A. S. Munger: continued.
[Befoie Judge O'Gorman.
Estate of Rebecca P. Dana. Certified
copies of letters of administration filed.
Estate of Robert A. Dorsey. Petition
filed for allowance for the maintenance of
Mrs. Dorsey and her children.
Estate of Wm. Walsh. Executor's peti
tion filed and will presented for probate.
Befere Judge Flint.]
James M. Cooley vs. Thomas and Catha
rine Broderick action for labor on building.
Judgment for plaintiff for $42.07.
N. Gross & Co., va. Mrs. H. Sellers action
for labor and material. Dismissed.
A. B. Forbes vs. Dora Claussen action to
Tecover possession of certain premises. Pos
session granted, and case dismissed.
Pat. Connelly, assault with a dangerous
weapon. Dismissed, and the prisoner dis
The Dispatch of this evening having gone
out of its track to shamelessly villify me, I
now offer my side of the question.
The deceased Mary Ann Dehn, upon the trial
in which I was the defendant, never testified
that I led her to believe that I "intended to
marry her, and become the legal father of her
child." On the contrary, she distinctly and
positively swore that the promise of marriage
as it was unnecessary, but it was of a nature
that would have put an entirely different com
plexion upon the matter, independent of all
If the Dispatch had a spark of fairness with
in it, it would have ascertained those facts, be
fore traveling from the record in abase at
tempt to ruin me in my endeavors to gain my
daily bread. FRANK KESSY.
March 30, 1878.
The Programme of Exercises To-Day.
Rev. H. J. Crist will conduct the gospel
temperance meeting at the club rooms at 4
Unity churchServices at 10:30 A. M., and
7:30 p. M. Sermon by W. C. Gannett. Sun
day school at 12:15.
Dayton avenue Presbyterian churchRev.
Maurice D. Edwards, pastor. Services at
10:30 A. M., and 7:30 p. M. Sunday school
Christ church (Episcopal)Corner of 4th
and Franklin streets, Rev. W. P. Ten Broeck,
rector. Services at 10:30 A. M., and 7:30 p.
M. All are cordially invited.
Jackson street M. E. churchRev. John
Stafford, pastor. Preaching at 10:30 A. M.,
and 7:30 p. M. Sunday school at 2:30 p. J/.
Young peoples' meeting at 6:30 p. M. All
are made welcome.
New Jerusalem (or Swedenborgian)
Church, Market street, between 4th and 5th
streets. Rev. E. C. Mitchell, pastor. Ser
vices at 10 A. M. and 8 p. M. Sunday school
and doctrinal class at 10 A. M. Morning
subject: "Spiritual Walking." Evening lec
First Presbyterian Church, corner of La
Fayette and Woodward streets. There will
be services at 10:30 A. M. and 7:30 p. M.,
conducted by the pastor, Rev. Dr. Conn.
Subject for the morning, "The Claims of
Sunday Schools." For the evening, -'The
History and Character of Herod Antipas."
Strangers will be made welcome.
The Watery Gatherings of Yesterday.
The river still continues its downward ten
dency, and yesterday showed on the gauge a
depth of three feet eleven inches, a fall of
two inches in twenty-four hours.
The Clinton's cargo consisted of a large
assortment of miscellaneous articles. She
left last evening for below, with a fair freight
and a few passengers.
The Victory arrived yesterday afternoon at
3 o'clock, with a fair freight and with a barge
heavily laden. Sh9 left during the evening
The Diamond Jo line steamer Josie will
arrive to-morrow. On her last trip up she
turned back from Lake City, after taking on
60,000 bushels of wheat.
The Manitoba will leave Fisher's Landing
on Wednesday next on arrival of the St.
The raft news reporter of the St. Loui3
Times has learned that a St. Louis firm
will, this summer, erect a large saw mill at
Sauk Rapids, Minnesota.
The same authority says: Lumbering in
the pine producing regions, the past season,
has been of the most trying character, and
has been transacted at a much increased
cost above that of former years. The result
of the winter's work has been decidedly un
satisfactory. The Black River has banked
sixty million feet of logs at a cost of $10
per M., fully $2.00 and $3.00 more than last
Judge E. St. Julian Cox was in the city jes
State Secretary Irgens has returned, smiling
as ever, to his official duties.
Mr. Bickel. collector of internal revenue,
will return to-morrow.
Col. McLellan. chief of the Hudson & River
Falls railroad survey was in the city.
Hon. W. W. McNair, of Minneapolis, paid a
brief visit to St. Paul yesterday.
Hen. F. S. Christensen, of Rush City, regis
tered at the Merchants yesterday.
W. D. Washburn was in the city yesterday.
He did not confer with Ramsey about going to
J. W. Fisher, of Bismarck, has been spending
a few days in the city, having just returned
from an extended trip to the East.
Hon. M. Doran, chairman of the Senate com
mittee having the insane asylum investigation
in charge, made a flying visit to St. Paul yes
Mr. George Gellatly, brother of the late John
Gellatly, after spending some time in this city
in attending to the estate of his deceased rela
tive, departed yesterday for his home in Liver
pool, England, accompanied by many hearty
good wishes for his safe arrival on the other
side of the pond.
Mr. Charles Manship, who has been acting
for some time as assistant clerk in the district
clerk's office, yesterday concluded his coinect
tion in that capacity. To say that Mr. Man
ship, in all his official relations, was obliging
and prompt but feebly expresses his efficiency
in his late duties, and a whole world of weli
wisheis bid him success in his future.
The lamps received on Friday for the hook
and ladder truck were placed in position yes
terday on each side of the driver's seat, and
were lit for the first time last night. They are
extremely effective, and throw a wonderfully
brilliant light a distance of fully 150 feet.
They are also so arranged, that each, or both,
can be reversed, thus casting the light upon the
truck itself, a useful point when the truck is
not motion and at a fire. The truck and its
attendants have had some very narrow escapes
fiom collisions, owing to the meagre powers of
the old lamps, which the new deal will remedy.
HOOTS AN/ SHOES.
The New Shoe Store, One Price, No. 5 9
East Third Street.
This store will be ready for business Monday,
and will show the people of St. Paul and vicin
ity the largest, best and only complete stock of
fine goods in the city. St. Paul sole agency for
Burt's boots and shoes.
Champion Lodge 13, of
All Knigts are requested to report at the hall
in full uniform Monday, April 1, 1878, at 1 p.
M. sharp, to attend the funeral of Bro. Knight
Per order C. C. W. H. MCLEAN,
K. of B. & S.
East Third Street.
No. 14 and 16, Fulton Market, Oyster, Coffee
and Chop House, open Sundays 9 to 11 A. M.,
6 to I I P. M. Ladies' Supper Room up stairs,
"side entrance." Oysters fine, and coffee par
Attention! Knights of Pythias!
All Knights are requested to attend the fu
neral of our late brother Knight D. Goodman, of
Schiller Lodge No. 11, of this city, on Monday
afternoon. You will appear in full uniform at
Pythias Hall, at 1 p. M. sharp.
By order of the C. C. of Schiller Lodge No. 11.
G. A. VANDEBSUHS, K. R. S.
New Shoe Store.
Schliek & Co.'s new store, No. 59 East Third
street, sign of a large golden boot, will open
this week, the largest and best stock of boots
and shoes ever brought to this city. All in
need of good, reliable goods are invited to call
and examine and ask prices.
DEFECTIVE PAG E
.S*SS*ISW*-,! sans*- imti
Hessian band to-night at the Atheneum
The funeral of Hon. J. L. Lewis takes place
at Mendota at 2 o'clock this afternoon.
A high wind prevailed all day yesterday, yet
there was far less dust than on the day pre
The Cech, a Bohemian relief association, will
give a dramatic
The sand-bar in the river opposite the lower
levee is beginning to render itself visible as
the water recedes.
Among the Clinton's cargo yesterday morn
ing, was a large quantity of cement pipe, for
the St. Paul water company.
On and after April 1st, two Pullman coaches
will be run daily between St. Paul and St.
Louis on the Minneapolis & St. Louis route.
The great American tragedienne and emotion
al actress, Mrs. Mary Anderson, said to be the
handsomest woman on the stage, to-morrow
evening at the Opera house.
The committee on claims of the county
board held a session yesterday, transacting
nothing but routine business, which will come
before the board at the next meeting.
Kuhle & Stock yesterday moved into their
new and commodious quarters, 70 Robert
street. Among other movables transported was
a comfortable lot of cigars, numbering 88,000.
"E. W." has received her pocketbook from
Capt. Webber, which, through the instrument
ality of the GLOBE, was rescued from an "hon
est" reader of the Dispatch, who couldn't read
The clerical force of the internal revenue
department was actively engaged yesterday in
balancing the month's transactions, as they
appeared on Uncle Sam's books, to the mil
lionth part of a cent.
Ole. Anderson, confined in jail here for the
alleged crime of homicide, committed some
time since in Wright county, will leave to-mor
row for Buffalo, in that shire, where he will be
placed on trial next Tuesday.
The right of way for the Hudson & Kiver
Falls railroad, an enterprise in which several
St. Paul capitalists are interested, is so nearly
granted or secured, that it is expected contracts
for grading will be let this week.
One hundred and fifty mules, and splendid
looking animals they were, were brought up on
the Clinton yesterday morning, consigned to
several livery men of this city and also to sev
eral large farmers in the country.
The secretaryship of the immigration board
is just now the bone of contention and is being
fought for nobly. Most, if not all, of the con
testants are well qualified and it is probable
the fight will be a long and close one.
"To give the devil his due," it should be re
membered that Pat. Connelly, the barkeeper of
the Adelphia, so fragrantly prominent of late
in municipal court annals, is in no way related
to the Dispatch reporter of the same name.
At the last meeting of the council an altera
tion of the fire ordinance, changing the fire
limits, was passed. Taking advantage of this,
Mrs. Robinson will probably erect a fine frame
building at the corner of Robert and Ninth
The St. Paul Water Works company has
called the attention of the police to the fact
that parties are in the habit of securing their
aqueous supply from the public free fountains.
The farce has been iustructed to put a stop to
The cigar twisters, employed by Harrison &
Yerplank, yesterday contended on the diamond
with a nine made up from all the other cigar
twisters in the city. And now, for a month to
come, there won't be a cigar in the city that
will "pull" worth a cent,
Piofessor Allison, of La Crosse, well-known
as a lecturer and editor of the Teetotaler of that
city, will with the Rev. Mr. Satterlee, address
the Temperance club of St. Paul, on Tuesday
evening, April 9th, at the club room on Seventh
Yesterday, a young man named Manskey, a
resident of Carrol street, while engaged in un
roofing an old house, fell therefrom and sus
tained fractures of both bones below the knee
of the right leg. Dr. Stamm set the segments,
and the man is all right, as far as heard from.
Those advertising cards containing photo
giaphs of Minnesota scenery by Zimmerman,
are not only very neat, but are calculated to do
immense good by their distribution in other
States and sections, which it is a matter of con
gratulation, is already being extensively done.
State Treasurer Pfaender yesterday distrib
uted $100,000 in seed wheat bonds, as follows:
First National bank, $25,000: German Amer
ican bank, $25,000 Merchants National bank.
$18,000 State Permanent Fund, $32,000. The
banks were purchasers to the extent named, and
the Permanent Fund had previously advanced
The boys of the fire department are gradual
ly getting their uniforms. These will be of
navy blue, with appropriate gilt buttons, hav
ing the letters "F. D." embossed thereon, sur
rounded by an appropriate wreath. The but
tons arrived yesterday to order, and the men in
a short time will present as neat an appearance
as any in the country, and there are few more
The Workingmen's union of this city has de
cided to issue a weekly paper, to be entitled
the Workman. The journal will be 14x18 in
size, will appear next Friday for the first time,
and will entirely be devoted to the interests of
the working class, without dabbling in politics
or religion. A canvass for the new hebdoma
dal, made yesterday, resulted in getting 250
Everybody knows that old settler Kellogg
will, Booner or later, be called to go up higher,
but all hope that day may be long postponed.
But all this does not militate agaiust the fact
thae he is going up a little higher on his own
account, or in other words, No. 75 Third street
will know him no longer, while No, 48 will
bristle all over with the %lories and toys of
Kellogg. As Kellogg will be one square nearer
the GLOBS office, in his new location, it is set
tled that he is on the right road.
Some time during the night of Friday,
thieves effected an entrance, by way of the
ooal grate, into the cellar of the saloon on
upper Third street, between Oak and Pleasant,
occupied by B. Veson. From the cellar, they
attempted to gain ingress into the saloon by
prying open the door The noise, however,
awoke Mrs. Nick. Schranz, sleeping overhead,
who immediately rusHed to the window, and
screamed for the police. This alarmed the vil
lians, who escaped before police assistance
Both the play and the performance at the
Opera House last night deserved a better audi
encea rather larger one. With such a play,
and with such a cast and mountings, every
.seat from parquette to gallery should have
been filled. I is seldom a play is put upon
the stage with a more even representation.
Generally we have one star, of perhaps second
or third order, and it may be one fair support,
with the rest mere "sticks," but in this case
every member of the corps sustained the role
assigned most efficiently. The company is a
strong one, the ladies are unusually attractive
and well dressed, and the play is as absorbing
as was the "Two Orphans" on its first produc
The Worthington Advance of the 28th men
tions among the land hunters in that vicinity
the past week, the following St. Paul gentle
men: A. Clark, Andy Killpatrick and a promi
nent railroad agent, all of St. Paul, are here
for land. Ben. O. Bevans, of Wisconsin, and
L. Bevans, of St. Paul (a knight of the stick
and rule, by the way), have located soldier's
homesteads in Nobles county this week. Henry
Ide, of St. Paul, is on the ground with his
Paist, of St. Paul Mrs. Paist brings her two
sons, young men, and will begin farming at
once. They will build immediately. Mr. Fish,
of St. Paul, has arrived and has rented a quan
tity of land near the station. He has also pur
chased land within two miles of Hersey.
Between seven and eight o'clock last night a
deuce of a row occurred in the house of one
Thompson, a half-breed, residing at the corner
of Ninth and Cedar streets. Charley Le Claire,
another half-breed, was the cause of the tem
pest in the tea pot. Le Claire whipped out a
knife, and chased one of the women round a
block or two, while the balance of the happy
family held the fort in Winter's store, corner
of Ninth and Wabashaw streets. Meantime,
Thompson informed the police, and Officer
Clouse nabbed the dusky wielder of cutlery.
On the march to the station, Le Claire thrice
attempted to draw his weapon upon the of
ficer, but clubs were trumps, and the would-be
slasher was landed in a cell, where he was dead
asleep when his wife called upon him at 9 p. M.
He'll think of his head in the morning.
Workingmen meet at Turners' Hall, near
German Catholic church, Monday evening.
Navigation Resumed on Lake Superior.
THE STEAMER MANISTEE
Will leave Dnluth
THURSDAY, APRIL 4, AT 6 O'CLOCK P. M.,
HANCOCK, EAGLE RIVER,
EAGLE HARBOR, AND
For Further Information Apply to
81 Jackson Street. St. Paul, Minn.
LEWISAt Mendota, March 29th, of heart disease,
Hon John Lewis, aged 56.
Funeral at his residence in Mendota at 2 o'clock
v. M., Sunday, 31st inst.
Osweso, N. Y., and Milwaukee papers please copy.
TWO NIGHTS ONLY
Of the Great Actress and Beautiful Young American
JOHN W. NORTON,
And a Superb Company
Tuesday, April 2, Lady of Lyons.
She vividly recalled Charlotte Cushman by her
immense power, and surpassed her in vocal modu
lation."fNew York Herald.
"Mary Ander6on is a marvela marvel of beauty,
of grace, of artistic talent, of genius."[Boston
"EVADNE."We have never seen anything to
surpass it "[Boston Courier.
Sale of seats commences Saturday, March 30th.
RIGGS & JOHNSON offer superior inducements
to those who desire to purchase real estate, and
are willing to hold for a short time and receive large
returns therefrom. They have lands near the city,
lots in every direction and at all prices. Those beau
tiful lots in Stinson's addition for only $300near
business, churches and schools, &c. Only seven
minutes' walk from the lower terminus of the street
railway. Give them a call and get your choice,
GRIGGS & JOHNSON,
76-78 29 E. Third street.
BARGAINS IN LANDA house, six
rooms and kitchen, and two lots, near
the Catholic church, Sixth ward lots each 50x150
good barn, good well, plenty of small fruit. Also, 36
acres of meadow and timber land 21
PBINCE ABTHtrE's LANDING.
painter, carpenter, chimney and
stair builder, at 46 Summit avenue. 76
good, smart boy, at Nippalt Gra
ham's Paint Shop, Cor. of 7th and Sibley
ANTEDGirl at 168 East 9th street, for general
German or Swede preferred. 73-7
WANT TO BUY A HOU8E and two or three
lots in good central location, near Street R. R.,
and pay part in good FABM LJ DS near St. Paul and
Minneapolis. A chance to turn city property into a
fine farm. H. HALL,
75-76 No. 10 E. Third Street.
4 miles from cus
tom house can cut 40 tons of hay on the land. Will
sell together or separately price $2,500 for both.
Also, for sale cheap, 4 miles from city, 140 acres un
improved land, on Sunfish Lake road. If taken soon
I can sell this tract very cheap: soil good. I also have
a number of lots for sale in West St Paul Remem
ber this, that the reason that properly in the Sixth
ward is more desirable than any other part of the
city, is that all property in that ward is exempt from
the payment of the principal and interest of one
million dollars of the debt of the city of St. Paul. I
also have several small unproved farms for sale near
the city. Inquire of E. H. WOOD, Law and Real
Estate office, No. 3 McClung's Block, Bridge Square.
ST. PAUL LOTS AT AUCTIONI will
sel 20 lots on Fourth and Fifth streets, near
the base ball grounds at 11 A. M., on Saturday next,
April 6th. Sale on the grounds. There isn't to-day
a safer, better place to invest a few hundred dollars
than in these very lota. Ten years hpnee it is not
improbable that they will be worth a thousand dol
lars each, and quite possible several thousand dol
lars each. Cut this out.
H. S. FAIRCHILD,
76-77 Real Estate Agent, cor. Third and Jackson.
E of the Women's Christian Home
prepare to execute Needle-work of all kinds,
including Dress-making, Shirt-making, Boys' Suits
and Underclothing. Prices moderate and work guar
anteed. The Laundry department is under an ex
perienced manager, and is prepared to receive family
washing at low rates. 55
121 Pleasant Avenue. Jacob
Mainzer or Thomas Bower. 68-77
NUMBER THREE Smger Sewing Machine, for
carriage trimming and heavy leather work.
Apply GLOBE Office. 67-80
SALE.Furniture and lease of an elegant
suite of rooms, located in private house near
business part of city. House contains all the mod
ern improvements. Furniture will be sold very low.
Address or inquire at this office. 74
ARRIVEDTwo car-loads of Horses and
Mules. For Bale cheap at rear of No. 71 Robert
street. Dr. W. L. Mintzer's Stables. 75-81
Horse for Sale.
Sealed Bids will be Received
At the office of the
Chief Engineer of Fire Department
Until Tuesday noon, the 2d April, for a
Horse Weighing About 1,400 lbs.
St. Paul, March 29,1878.
75-78 Ch'm Com. on Fire Department.
WOOD &_ COAL.
N. W. Fuel Co., St. Paul Offices:
GRIGGS & JOHNSON, 29 E. 3d Street
HILL, SAUNDERS & ACKER, 112 E. 3d Street
THE BEST ALWAYS WINS
IN THE LONG RUN I
BEWARE OF BOGUS AGENTS AND SPURIOUS MACHINES!
yTHE SINGER MANUFACTURING GO'S
NEW FAMIL SEWING MACHINE!
NOW SELLING AT THE
In front of lot 1, block 15, Stinson, Erown
& Ramsey's Addition.
In front of block 1, Stinson, Brown & Ram
sey's Addition, south of Fort street.
O Nelson Avenue.
In front of all property on both sides of Nel
son Avenue, between Summit Avenue and
Western Avenue, where a walk is not already
O Third Street.
In front of all property on the Bouth side of
Third streeo, from the Lake Superior Railroad
track to Hoffman Avenue.
On Hoffman Avenue.
In front of all property on the west side of
Hoffman Avenue from Third street to the
southern terminus of said Hoffman Avenue.
O Broadway and Mis
In front of a piece of land beginning at a
point 30 feet north of north line of 12th street,
running north 50 feet along Broadway and Mis
sissippi street, in front of block I. Kittson's
Addition, also in front of lots 7 and 9, block 5,
and in front of lots 6 and 8, block 2, Dayton's
Addition, on east side of Mississippi street.
Said sidewalks are to be built in accordance
with 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. M. RICE, President.
Official: R. L. GOHIHN,
Clerk Board of Public Works. 74-84
On and after April 1st,, the Train
heretofore known as the "St.
St. Paul Sioux Citj 1 1
WILL BE BUN THROUGH BETWEEN
7:15 a, m. Leave St. Paul, Arrive 6:50 p.
1:35 p.m. Mankato, 12:25
4:25 St James. 9:45 a.m.
8:20 Arrive Worihington,. Leave, 5:30
This-will enable Emigrants and Land Seekers to
go Through Daylight.
Passengers from points East of Mankato, on the
Winona & St. Peter B. B., by taking the west-bound
tram on that line, leaving Winona at midnight, may
take the above train at Mankato, and reach Worth
ington the same afternoon.
J. W. BISHOP, J.F.LINCOLN, J.C.BOYDEN,
Gen. Manager. Supt. Gen Tkt. Agt.
Great Reduction of &}0 Less Than Former Price.
THE BEST 1JS THE WORLD
SURVIVAL OF THE FITTEST" is illustrated in the records of the Sewing Machine Market
from 1871 to 1876. In 1871 the Singer Manufacturing Company had 24 Competitors whose total animal
sales were 424,834 machines. In 1876 13 Competitors had gone out of the business, the total annual sales of
the survivors had fallen off 121,217 machines, and the annual sales of the Singer's leading competitor had
fallen off 19,529 Machines.
Meanwhile the sales of the SINGER MACHINE Increased from 181,250 to 262,316 Machines, and even
this enormous number was, despite the "hard tunes." still further increased in 1877 to
We submit to any candid reader, that a Machine whose sales steadily increase through years of adversity
and unparalleled depression in business, while the sales of every competitor fall off heavily year by year
MUST BE THETrade BEST(given MACHINE.on
QFFICE OF THE BOABD OF PDBUO WOBKS,
CITY OF ST. PAUL, MINN., March28,1878.
Sealed bids will be received by the Board of
Public Works, in and for the corporation of the
city of St. Paul, Minnesota, at their office, in
said city, until 12 M. on the 11th day of April
A. D. 1878, for constructing sidewalks in front
of all lots and lands situated as follows, and
lying and being in said city, to-wit:
On Cedar Street.
In front of lot 1, block 1, Bazille & Guerin's
O John Street.
In front of lot 5, block 25, Kittson's Addition.
O Wacouta Street.
In front of lots 1, 2 and 3, of Ewing& Chute's
sub-division of lots 7, 8 and 9, of block 6,
Whitney & Smith's Addition.
In front of lots 10, 11 and 12, block 6,
Whitney & Smith's Addition.
O Clay Street.
In front of lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9, of
Stoan's sub-division of south half of block 15,
of Stinson, Brown & Ramsey's Addition.
On Richmond Street.
BUY ONLY THE GENUINE
BEWARE OF COUNTEBFEITS
Senuine without our Mark above) stamped the arm of tho
The Singer Manufacturing Co.,
Principal Office 34 Union Square, New York.
THE SINGER MANUFACTURING COMPANY,
19 East Third Street. St.. Paul, Minn.
COMPTBOLLEB'S OFFICE, CITY HAUU I
ST. PAUL, MINN., March 27,'1878.
To the holders of "City Treasurer's Certificates
of Sale," and to all interested parties.,
Deeds will be issued by the City of Saint
Paul, on the eighth and sixteenth days of
April, 1878, in accordance with the city charter,
upon the presentation at this oflice of the fol
lowing unredeemed 'Certificates of Sale,"
issued by the City Treasurer, for property sold
by him on the seventh and fifteenth days of
April, 187G, to satisfy judgments against tho
same, rendered by the District and Common
Pleas Courts of the County of Ramsey, State
of Minnesota, for the following improve
Deeds to Issue April
(Redemption Expiring April 6th, 1878. i
For Paving & Grad
ing Robert Street
.S7 Paul Proper
Certificate. Supposed owners, Lot. Bl'k.
1336 Wm. L. Mintzer, part oi 10 11
1337 do do 16 11
1338 do d. 1 18
1342 Ktate of W. B. Erown do 12 21
Deeds to Issue April
Redemption Expiring April 15th, 1878.)
For Mississippi street
Glencoe & Grove
Certificate. Supposed owner. Lot. Bl'k.
1348 Augusta Young, 8 5
De Bow, Smith, li. & William** Addition.
Certificate. Supposed ovners, Lot. Bl'k.
1354 D. D. Merrill, 14 2
1355 do ii 2
1359 Wm. Dunlap, part of 17
1370 C. II. O'Connor, 17 9
Certificate. Snppoped owner. Lot. Bl'k.
1372 Mary Mtlcard, i
Certificate, Supposed owner. Block.
1378 Har\c Hill, part of 1
JOHN W. ROCHE,
Northern Pacific E,
QUICKEST AND BEST ROUTE
Northern Pacific Railroad, and Northwestern
Express, Stage & Transporta-
SAINT PAUL O DEADWOOD.
Trains leave St. Paul tor Bismarck on and after
March 18th, 1878, at 7:30 A. M. daily, except Sunday,
making the trip in 22 hours, connecting at Bismarck
with daily line of stages for Deadwood.
KATE OF FAEZ ONAND AFTEE APBI1, 1st, 1878.
1st Class. 2d Class. Emigr'nt.
8t. Paul to Bismarck $22 00 $18 00 S18 00
St Paul to Deadwood 45 00 40 00 27 00
Duluth to Bismarck 22 00 17 50 17 50
Duluth to Deadwood 42 00 38 00 25 00
By taking this route you secure elegant Palace
Sleeping Cars to Bismarck, to a point 75 miles nearer
Deadwood th*n via any other route to the Blaek
Hills. First and second-class passengers are carried
in first-class Concord coaches from Bismarck to
Deadwood. Emigrant passengers are earned cov
ered freight wagons For further information ap
ply to or address Northern Pacific Bailroad office.
No. 43 Jackson street, St. Paul.
General Passenger Agent.
H. E. SABGENT,
General Manager. 53