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CONCLUDING THE INSTALLATION
The Fellowship BleatingAddress of Wel
come by Dr. DanaQuestions Discussed
The CollationHome Mission "Work
Praise ServiceY. M. C. A Work in the
The installation services at Plymouth church
were continued yesterday.
After a prayer meeting for half an hour, the
meeting was organized by the choice of Rev.
L. H. Cobb, of Minneapolis, for moderator,
and Rev. H. C. Simmons, of Marshall, scribe. An
address of welcome was given by Dr. Dana,
who eloquently pictured the relation which
Plymouth church ought to sustain to the Con
gregational churches of the State, and the posi
tion which Christianity must occupy in rela
tion to our civilization. We are not safe, our
homes, our business is not safe unless we take
time and are willing to get together for the
discussion of religious themes. The solution
of our social difficulties is not to bo found in
theories of political economy, but communis
tic tendences are to be resisted, and the tramp
evil iB to be counteracted by the gospel
and Christian work. He then extended
the affectionate greetings of Plymouth church
to the visiting churches. This was gracefully
responded to by the moderator.
Tho first question for discussion was then
opened, "How can a closer relationship and a
more aggressive life among our Congiegational
churches be promoted?" This was treated by
Revs. Simmons, Conant, Ray. Chandler and
others, showing the frontier settling rapidly,
with loud calls foi the establishment and sus
taining of churches and the necessity of a freer
intercourse between tho weaker and stronger
The second subject was "Methods and organi
sation within the church," which was ably
treated by Rev. D. L. Leonard, of Noithfield,
and discussed by others.
Tho sequel to the morning session was the
unique and enjoyable entertainment provided
by the ladies in the chapel. Upwards of one
hundred sat down to eight tables, handsomely
furnished with a most generous bill of fare
They made tho most delightful waitresses and
omitted nothing that could contribute to the
enjoyment of their guests. It was the feature
which, more than any other, attested most sig
nally the hospitality and efficiency of the Ply
month church ladies.
The afternoon session opened with a most
moving presentment of the home mission work
in the State by Itev. L. H. Cobb. His map,
showing the location of the churches, and his
earnest appeal for larger giving and doing was
most effective. He was followed by some of
the home missionaries, whose stories were very
Mr. Plant, of Minneapolis, opened the ques
tion of bible study as related by home evangel
ization, enforcing, in his peculiar way, the
power of bible Btudy, and use that could be
made of the "word." Rev. C. E. Wright, in a
well written paper, unfolded the methods to
bo employed in Sunday school work, and was
followed by W. J. Dyer, of this city. This
terminated tnc afternoon session, which had
been one of growing interest and lmpressive
Mr. Bradbury, secretary of the Y. M. C. A. of
Minneapolis, led a short and varied praise ser
vice, and then the subject of the relation of Y.
M. C. A. work in the churches was opened by
the new secretary of the association in this
tily, Mr. Holdridge. He was followed by Mr.
Thos. Cochran in a most eloquent and stirring
address, commencing with a eulogy upon Mr.
Dyer, formerly of Plymouth church, and are
view of his excellent work in Michigan, and
then, passing to Dr. Dana, he said that
Plymouth church was not the only one which
would welcome him to St. Paul. He glanced
rapidly and hopefully at the future of the Y.
M. C. A., in St. Paul, and then passed on jto
the_ "unity of chinches" exemplified in the as
sociation. He concluded with an earnest ap
peal for the association.
Rev. Mr. McKibbin then offered prayer.
After singing, Prof. G. Campbell of the
State university in the absence of Rev. W.
Strong, spoke upon higher educational institu
tions in their relation to the development of
the religions life of the State, "but he devoted
most of his discourse to the mental and moral
philosophy chair in the university. He was
followed by State superintendent Burt, who
argued against the folly of trying to unite
theological and secular education in tho com
mon and high schools. He spoke
earnestly to ministers, urging them to support
instead of opposing the usefulness of secular
education in common schools. He preferred
good moral training, and the inculcating sound
principles to leading the bible in the schools.
At the conclusion of the Hon D. Burt's ad
dress, another hymn was sang, and the Rev. C.
A. Conant offered prayer.
Thus concluded two days of continuous and
deeply interesting services. Everything was
ndmirably managed and went off to the pleas
ure of all concerned. Much is due to the ef
ficient committees, and the spirit manifested.
The new pastor of Plymouth enters upon his
pastorate here with the confidence and affec
tion of his brethren. Certainly ho has been
most heartily welcomed, and has made on all a
most favorable impression.
OUIt FIRE DEPARTMENT.
The Record of Work During the Past
In his report for the four months of the cur
rent year, ending May 1, submitted by the
chief engineer at the last meeting of the coun
cil, it is stated that, during that period, there
have been twenty-five fires and alarms, of
which twenty were actual fires. The total los
in these twenty was $14,464 35, on which the
insurance paid was $12,774 35, leaving a IOSB
over insurance of $1,690. Of the above loss,
damage to the amount of $5,698 47 occuraed in
quarters beyond the water supply, and, there
fore, outside the practical workings of the de
partment. The loss, therefore, within the
water supply only foots up $8,765 88 for the
four months above indicated. Thesmallness
of thiB loss affords conclusive evidence of the
efficiency of the department.
The report concludes by urging upon the
council the necessity of adopting the graduated
couplings, and means for loading and trans
porting fire apparatus by rail, which have here
tofore been recommended by the GLOBE, as a
means of completely unifying the departments
of St. Paul and Minneapolis.
Trestle BurnedBrief Delay Caused to
Yesterday morning between thirty and forty
feet of trestle on the Chicago, Milwaukee & St.
Paul railway was burned at Pig's Eye, about
three miles below the city. The fire was prob
ably the result of a spark dropped by the morn
ing freight east, which passes the (locality a
little after 3 o'clock. As the morning express
from the east, due hero at 6:10, found the
damage done, it was obliged to make a trans
fer of passengers, mails and express, the trans
fer being accomplished about 10 o'clock. Large
numbers of the passengers had, however,
already made a virtue of
necessity, and came through to. the city by
"Foot and Walker's" line. In the meantime
the work of rebuilding had been commenced
by the railroad company, and it was BO vigor
ously prosecuted that the repairs were BO far
accomplished as to allow the passage of the ex
press leaving here at 11:22 A. M. at a* few
minutes before 1 o'clock, and all trains, freight
and passenger, are again running on time.
The Beading Tournament.
Three of the young ladies who participate
in the reading tournament on Monday evening
with which the dime concert, management pro
poses to inaugurate its series of fiisfc class and
low-priced entertainments, have read in public
for the past two years with great success. The
following press notices may serve as an intro
duction of the three professional ladies who
Miss White is a young girl, not yet out of her
teens, bright with youth, freshness, and cheery
sweetness. She has a merry, piquant face, and
she reads the tears into your eyes, your heart
into your mouth, and then crowds it back with
laughter.n Shcee little witch, and will carry
Btorm. Bosto Globe.
attracted a wonderful rep
utation. She rendered the "Rock of Aires"
oon after, in the readin-
of the Centennial Box," kept them in con"r,
tinuouaroar. of laughter.-k^ rZc%pi.
United State* District Court.
Loring was appointe assigne
U. S. Commissioner's Court
[Before Commissioners' Cardoza.]
Jack Nelson, charged with selling intoxica
ing liquors to Indians, was released on bail.
[Before the full Bench.]
No. 58. John A. Allen, appellant, vs. James
R. Walsh, respondent order from Ramsey
county. Submitted and taken under advise
No. 66. 8. D. Foss and M. H. Foss, respond
ents, vs. Kasson Granger elevator company, ap
pellant judgment from Dodge county. Called
The court adjourned until 11 A. M. on Mon
[Before Judge Wilkin.]
IBefoie Judge O'Gorman.
Estate of Charles Flodin. Order made to ex
amine administrator's account, June 5, 1878, at
10 A. M.
Before Judge Flint.]
Gammon & Deering vs. James Cuff action
on promissory note. Tried and submitted.
Martin Delany vs. Lyman C. Dayton oction
for goods sold and delivered. Continued till
May 13, at 9. A. M.
John K. Cook and Patrick Kelly assault and
battery. Cook was fined $15, and ordered to
furnish bonds in $100 to keep the peace. Fine
paid and bonds furnished. Kelly was acquit
Henry Baker drunkenness. Paid a fine of
$3 and costs.
Thomas Tobin larceny. Continued till
Jeremiah Manning vagrancy. Committed
for thirty days.
Hugh Chalmers drunkenness. Continued
till Monday, and prisoner committed.
Mis. Cyrille Lachane assault. Fined $5
and costs, which were paid.
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.
Banning, W. L.,
Bishop, J. W.,
Barney, T. J.,
Bigelow, C. H.,
Becker, Geo. L.,
Castle, H. A.,
Davidson, John 1
Gotzian, Giliillan, C. D.,
Hall, H. P.,
Hodges, L. B.,
Hodgson, E. J.,
Ingersoll, D. W.,
Johnson, R. W. Gen.* Trott, H.,
Lee, Wm., Willius, F.,
Lindeke, W., White, T. S,
Hon. Gordon E. Cole, Faribault, at the Me
Commodore S. B. Coulson, Yankton, at the
Mr. E. C. Windom, of the Windom Reporter,
at the Windsor.
Capt. J. H. Moulton, La Crosse, an old-time
river man, who is kindly remembered by many
St. Paulites, is registered at the Merchants.
Hudson was represented by the following
delegation at the Merchants yesterday: C. Ans
ley, A. H. Hall, Geo. Martin, Samuel Roe, J.
B. Jones, A. Cockburn.
W. H. Kelly, Esq., an old settler of Owaton
na. and one of the wide-awake politicians of
that section, was looking about St. Paul yes
terday, with headquarters at the Merchants.
Arrivals at the Clarendon: O. Johnson,
Duluth Mrs. H. M. Lewis, Penn Yan, N. Y.'
Miss Ida L. Almy, La Salle Geo. Watson.
Smith, Chicago I. B. M. Kennan, Red Wing,
The following were the arrivals at the Metro
politan hotel yesterday: Adams, Detroit
Stanley Plummer, Washington Z. H. Rosse,
Pittsburgh J. H. McKay, New York M: H.
Hartwell, Providence W. B. Jackson, Miss A.
M. Hurlburt, Robt. T. Hurlburt, Gibson
and wife, Minneapolis J. Feitiz and lady,
D. M. Erskim, Chicago R. W. Petre, Duluth
T. C. Jones, L. K. Stone, St. Paul Duncan K.
Major, New York Gordon E. Cole, Faribault
C. C. Miller. Chicago H. E. Sargent, St. Paul
S. B. Coulson, Yankton J. Newton Nind, Min
At the Merchants Hotel yesterday: C. Aus
bey, Hudson G. Morton, do G. W. Halle, do-
J. B. Jones, do A. Cockburn, do C. R. Lewis'
Milwaukee C. B. Doly, Buffalo H. Moulton',
La Crosse S. N. Skinner, Chicago T. G. Todd,
Boston J. Simons, N. Y. S. Cumbs, Man
chester A. Tounk, Brooklyn, N. Y. G. Hatch,
Chicago L. Abraham, Milwaukee G. A. Ste
vens, Boston S. D. Darling, N. Y. West.
Boston G. W. Dickinson, Chicago M. H. Ar
nold, Taylors Falls G. Metzler, New York, S.
W. Tounsend, Chicago G. D. Kenny, Minne
apolis A. C. Hofipes, Stillwater W. H. Kelly,
Owatonna Elson, New York T. Hirsch, do
T. Pendas, do Max Hilson, do L. F. Hubbard,
Red Wing E. T. Moore, New York H. M, Tal
madge, Toledo W. S. Hads. Chicago E. Pret
man, Grand Rapids B. S. White do Miss B.
Doss, do Miss J. S. Simpson, do M. L. Falk,
Chicago J. B. Sangbois, do Hobogan, do
M. Loit, Anoka P. Bergman, do N, Bruety,
Chicago J. David, do.
Miss Fanny Hollister gave a second recital at
the Athenaeum on Saturday evening last, to a
large and appreciative audience, fully sustain- The next K. N. packet for St. Louis, will be
ing the reputation accorded to her by those the Minnesota, Monday,
present on the first evening, and the good MMUJ.
words said of her by the press wherever she ^h* Great Western Band had a most satis-
has appeared before. The rendering of "Herve factory rehearsal last night.
Reil," "Surly Tim's Troubles," "Searching for
the Slain," and the "Spanish Duel," (with
song), were perfectly grand in voice and man
ner of delivery.McGregor Times.
Miss Murdock is to have two numbers on
the programme, and Miss Dorman two.
[Before Commissioner Edgerton.
In the matter of the bankrupt estate of
in tn matter of the bankrupt estate i it. v _^ u A
"""""ii ot acting upon the Rice street sewer and gen
Demuelles, of Osseo,d Hennepien county, O. M. eral business.
The grand jury entered with true bills
against the following parties, for the under
Emanuel Harris, colored, assault with a dan
gerous weapon George Anderson, colored,
criminal assault upon his own daughter,
child of ten years of age Jennie Green,
ceny from the person Thomas O'Brien
ceny Henry Ennickel, larceny and
The grand jury failed to find true bills
against the following, charged with the named
crimes: Mary Jordan, trespass Edmund
Dorherty, larceny Reilly and Hines, larceny
and Henry Volkmann, larceny. These were all
Those indicted were arraigned, ac
knowledged they were indicted in their true
names and pleaded as follows: James Daly,
guilty George Anderson, not guilty Henry
Ennickel, not guilty Thomas O'Brien, not
guilty Jennie Green, asked until 10 A. M. to
The court adjourned until 10 A. M. to-day.
No. 7,643David Braatz vs. Bernard Sennan.
Plaintiff entitled to judgment for $30 and
costs and disbursements.
WEEKLY SPECIAL TEBM.
[Before Judge Simons,]
The usual weekly special term will commence
to-day at the usual hour.
New Board of Directors Elected Yesterday.
The annual election of a board of directors
of tho Chamber of Commerce took place yes
terday afternoon. Forty-one were declared Carroll and Arundel streets was reconsidered
elected, and for the forty-second two candi
dates were a tie. The board will have to decide
the tie at the meeting on Monday. We give be
low the list of the new board. Those marked
a having held the position of president, ate,
by the rules of the association, both honorary
and active members:
Murray, W, P.,
Marshall, W. R.,
McClung, J. W.,
Noyes, D. R. Jr.,
Rice, H. M. Hon.*
Smith, James, Jr.,
Strong, 0. D.,
Smyth, H. M.,
Sibley, H. H. Gen.*
Uline, C. S.,
The water declined one inch yesterday, mak
ing the depth four feet ten inches.
A special term of the district court will open
to-day at 10 A. M., with Judge Simons presid
Unless this evening proves to be pleasanter
than yesterday, there will be no concert at Rice
Rev R. Dubs of the Evangelical association,
will preach Sunday, May 12th, at 11:30 A. at.,
in the Immanuel's church, corner of Pine and
11th street St. Paul.
The fine K. N. packet Clinton, Capt. a
Mont, arrived in from St. Louis about 11
o'clock yesterday morning, bringing a large
trip and a fine passenger list. She returned
about 4 o'clock p. M.
The fire department had a short run yester
day afternoon, in consequence of a falbe alarm.
The cause was subsequently discovered by Su
perintendent Birge, to be in the fracture of a
wire leading to box 15.
The sale of reserved seats for the reading
tournament on Monday evening commences at
the Opera House box office this morning. The
low price of admission, 25 cents, should fill
every seat in the house.
The city comptroller publishes an important
advertisement this morning. It is an an
nouncement that he is ready to issue deeds for
property sold for local improvements. Parties
interested in saving their property will do well
-to scan the advertisement.
The St. Paul hackmen indignantly deny that
one of their number was mixed up in the dis
graceful row repoited in the Stillwater column
of the P. P. yesterday morning. The man is
known here, but the St. Paul hackmen feel to
congratulate themselves that he is not one of
The walls of the Merchant's hotel addition,
have been run up to the fitth and tost story.
The next two weeks will see the fine addition
under roof. and work upon the interior com
menced. When the improvements now under
way are finished, Col. Allen will have the honor
of presiding over the finest hotel building in
Helen Potter, who read in the reading toui
nament in Chicago, with Miss. Jessie Cauthoui
and others, Btated to a gentleman of this city
during her visit, that she regarded Miss Couth
oui one of the very best of the many readers,
before the public, and a young woman remark
ably talented. She holds her in the highest
esteem, and has no word of praise to warm for
Business at the internal revenue office has
been unusually busy of late. To give an ade
quate conception thereof, it may be stated
that, within the last ten days, 300 licences
have been issued for tho handling and manu
facture of liquors and tobacco to parties in
this district whose names begin with the letter
S. Those under B, H, and are nearly as
A police drill, the first of the season, took
place yesterday afternoon under the command
of Capt. Weber. The men were under arms,
and, during the proceedings marched past the
Metropolitan hotel, when the parade was wit
nessed from the window by Mayor Maxfield.
His honor subsequently congratulated the
captain on the military efficiency and bearing
of his charge.
The dummy hod carrier employed on the
Merchants hotel addition, got away from its
human keepers yesterday afternoon, and the
way it deposited its several hods of biick and
mortar in the basement and about the lempo
lary flooring of the first fatory, was a warning
to the workmen in the immediate vicinity that
they had better get a "little e'out," and they
got. The dummy was pretty badly wrecked
in the melee, but damages were righted in due
time, and work lesumed, as if nothing had
Board of Public Works.
The regular meeting of the board of public
works was held yesterday morning at which all
the members were present.
An informality having been detected in the
bid of Beyer & Lux for the grading of Iglehart
and Rice streets, the proposal was rejected, and
the clerk was directed to readvertise the con
The bid of Moline & Bill for the grading of
Johnny Cook in Trouble.
"Johnny" Cook, as he is familiarly known,
keeps or is interested in a saloon under the
Warren house, corner of Fourth and Jackson
streets. The place does not bear
the best of characters, and
Johnny's has been such, of late, as to make
him an object of police solicitude. He has, at
length, succeeded in getting into the municipal
court's clutches, and yesterday appeared
at the bar of that tribunal, accused
along with one Patrick Kelly of a dastardly as
sault upon a man of respectable appearance
and demeanor named Reid. The af
fray took place last Tuesday
night in Montgomery's restaurant, on Third
street. Reid went into the place to obtain
some refreshment, when he was immediately
beset by Cook, and roughly handled, being
beaten, as Reid swore, with a club in the hands
of Cook. Johnny was fined $15, and
ordered to furnish bail to keep the peace, while
Kelly was acquitted, the evidence against the
latter being not very conclusive. It remains to
be seen who will be the next man that Cook
will "lay for."
The Weekly Globe.
This mammoth sheet contains a full report
of the_ Minneapolis explosion. I is a good
number to send to your friends.
Those who wish to see Minnesota vegetables
in their perfection should visit the pity market
this morning and especially notice the stands
(11 and 12) of Truman M. Smith, where they
can purchase vegetables of any kind, fresh cut,
including cucumbers and Fine
berries in quarts, and a splendid quality of
Finished Monuments, Grave Stones, etc.
Must be closed out at cost by the 25th of Mav
r, "T **y-|wine ana ciaer vinegar. Home made. Jflvery-
Call and examine. Corner Seventh and Cedar thing that Mr. Smith offers is fresh and first
streets. T. BOWERS. I..
THE ST. PAUL DAILY GLOBE, SATURDAY MORNING, liAT ll, 1878.
because of the insufficincy of the bondsmen for
tho contractors. This contract was also ordered
to be advertised over again.
The following resolution was submitted by
Resolved, That each surety to bid ders' bonds
shall justify under oath that he is worth, over
and above all indebtedness, one half the sum
specified in the engineer's estimate of the cost
of the work bid for.
The object of the foregoing, as explained
by its mover, was to place the board in a
position to more readily enforce the terms
of contracts, by being enabled to make con
tractors live np to their agreements. The Minneapolis, Saturday, Mav 11t
resolution would not affect the present *v~mu,y, ju.ay xicn
qualifications of the bondsmen, as required St. Paul,
by law, but it would add greater security to
the city in affording leverage, whereby con
tractors hereafter could be moved to do
their duties expeditiously and thoroughly.
The resolution was adopted.
Bills as follows were approved: Thomas
Hanley, horseshoeing, $6.37 and F. Knauft,
The street inspectors' weekly reports were
filed, showiner an expenditure, in the first dis
trict, of $83.37 and, in the second, of $223.63.
As the board nw happily makes a weekly
sweep of all business before it, an early ad
journment resulted, because nothing further
remained to be acted upon.
OVER THE BLUFF.
SOLDIER MAXES THE
"Three times and out'
third man went down A special meeting of the common council
opvbiiu luccuuig ux tiuc uumuiuzi council went uuwn VUG iawi auiaiuuia-
will be held at 3 p. M. to-day, for the purpose Adelphia bluff last night. Between eight and
o*-*m actc nvwini.hm PIA a4vwAtA AmA nine idoMr lae4 AITA*.!*.. /ITAHnmnrf^
Bested in the Hay.
Two days ago a stone mason by the name of
Curasch, residing in the sixth ward, deposited
his watch and other valuables upon a table in
his house, where they were discovered by his
wife. Then the husband disappeared from
sight, if not from memory, and it was be
ginning to be believed that another
"corpus delicto" would be promised. The
neighborhood was scoured, and still no Curasch
was developed. Yesterday, however, he de
scended, not from the heavens, but his own
hay loft, and modified joy now reigns in the
house of Curasch.
Another Tumb le Do wn the Alhambra Pit-
fallThe iVictim Says "Was Thro wn
DownHis Injuries SeriousIt May
Prove aSCurder and Should be Investi
is a trite saying. The
the fatal Alham bra-
nine o'clock last evening* a E reportev
learnedi that another man was overboard.
Magnunso a few feet above the elevator Her
he found, stretched upen the floor, a soldier
nearly or quite six feet in height. In response
to the reporter's inquiries* he gave his name
as Mike Horan of Co. F. "l7th Infantry, sta
tioned at Fort Snelling. He enlisted in New
York city on the 17th of last December, and
when paid off three- or four
days ago he had obtained twenty-four hours
leave of absence to come to the city. He had
been drinking a good deal he said, and he went
into a place where there was a piano and wo
man singing, (he didn't know the name of it)
and asked for beer, and they would not give
him any. He went out and came back again
and was again refused, and going out a second
time was Bhoved down the bluff.
In response to the direct question whether he
was lifted up and thrown over a railing or not,
he said no, he was thrown down through a
door, but could not describe his assailant. He
was bleeding at his ears, complained of ahnrt
on the back of his head and internal mj uries.
He spoke gaspingly, catching for breath be
tween his words.
Capt. Weber procured a wagon and summon
ing several officers the injured man was carried
and placed on board and sent to the city hos
pital where Dr. Mattocks, city physician, was
summoned. The Doctor was unable to deter
mine the full nature of his injuries, though he
regaided them as serious. The Doctor was still
with the wounded man at midnight awaiting
A search was made for the man's cap, in or
der to obtain some clue to the place where he
fell. His cap was found in the gully between
tho Alhambra and the elevator stairs, and just
at the point where the elevator stairs come out
from the building and run down tho outside.
The GLOBE reporter then visited the Alham
bra, and that establishment expressed surprise
to Ihear any Buch affair had occurred. They
denied having refused any man beer,
or having had any difficulty with
any one, and claimed that the door down the
stairway had been locked (as the reporter
found it) all the time. The affair seems very
mysterious, and the manner in which the man
went down should be closely investigated.
The other two victims of this fateful spot
are dead. What the result will be in this case
is still an open question. I would appear, if
this thing iB to continue, that either the bluff
or tho Alhambra ought to be moved.
Anoth er Unsuccessful Attempt to Blow
Do wn th "Wrecked Mill WallsSmall
[Special Telegram to the Globe.]
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., May 10.Last evening
a second attempt to blow up the unsafe walls
ot the mills burned at the Falls on the 2d mst
was made. The charge of dynamite was ex
ploded about 7 o'clock, but did not produce the
desired effect, a* probably some other method
will have to be employed.
A house owned by T. 8. Lahey of the cast di
vision, but at present unoccupied, was discov
ered to be on fire about 9 o'clock last evening.
It was discovered before much headway had
been gained, and was easily extinguished be
fore it became necessary to call upon tho fire
department. Damage about""""'
Minneapolis & St. Louis Railway.
The splendid Pullman Drawing-Room Sleep
ing Car Olencoe will leave with the St. Louis
express tiain this afternoon at 3:45, running
through to St. Louis in 28 hours, without
change. For tickets and sleeping car berths ap
ply to W. G. Telfer, ticket agent, No. 8 Wash
ington avenue, (opposite the Nicollet House*,)
Minneapolis. Geo. H. Hazzard, No. 116 East
Thud street, St. Paul.
Passengers from St. Paul will leave by St.
Paul & Sioux City railroad at 3:15 p. M. con
necting at Sioux City Junction.
Important to Owners of Fine Watches.
For the next two weeks we will receive by
telegraph from the Washington Observatory the
Xoon Signal. Persons wishing to rate their
watches can do so free of charge at
MYERS & FINCH'S.
Monday, May 13.
Youth, Beauty and Talent,
In Generous Emulation.
Fiye Fifty-Cent Readers for 25c:
Miss JESSIE COUTHOUI, Chicago.
Miss CLARA MURDOCK, Paul'
Miss HELEN MAR WHITE, Winona'
Miss FANNIE HOLLISTER, Chicago'
Miss MOLLIE DORMAN, Minneapolis.
Reserved Seats at O News Stand in Minneap
olis after Friday morning.
Reserved Seats at Box office in St Paul after Sat
urday morning, with extra charge of 10 cente.
Mourning Veil, near Metropolitan Hotel
on street. Finder please return to
Reynolds & Wellers, 146 Third street. 117
rilAKEN UP.A team of horses on the old river
A road near Club House Owner can have same
Dy calling on and paying expenses to J. C. TRUE,
near Club House. 107
HORSECame to mv stable, a Bay Mare
nbavethe same by proving property
foStablin Jul kinds &ststockfenced. n water il
8i d. to at St. Pau
stand, book^ingTIS-nS-htaS? S5E
aUyuseful. Best of references. Address, OF*
y gentleman who ha
5 Sf' experience as an accountant. Will
Natla,u el McLean, de-
On reading and filingthe account of John Pol
lock, executor of the estate of Nathianiel McLean,
deceased, rendered and filed herein, pursuant to
orders heretofore made and entered,
It 1B ordered,, that said account bse examined,i and heard by the Judge of thi CurTcaw
^a tn Offlcfl, in Baid county
furth er ordered, that notice thereof be
giventoidl persons interested, by pubhsMngTcopI
of thte order for three successive Weeks prio?towdd
day of hearing, in the DiMGioHtS SM^
1878 PauL the first day of May/i-D
By the Court,,
rT HENRY O'GOBMAN,
lALi, 'deof Probate
Attorney for Accountant. apl4-4wsat
COMPTBOLLEK'S OJTICE, Crrv BALL,
ST. PAUL, MINN., May 10,1878.
To the owners of real estate, holders of "City
Treasurer's Certificates of Sale," and to all
other interested parties,
6EEETINCT: man auoT.ne man *va uvciuuaiu 1878, in accoidance with the city charter,
Without further ado, he turned his face upon the presentation at this office of the fol-
towards th Alfe**',, -i t.h A hPm lowing unredeemed "Certificates of Sale,"
Deeds will be issued by the City of Saint
Paul, on the twenty-first day of May,
towards the Alhambra, in the basement
of Rogers' block, at the foot of
St. Peter street. Going down the elevator
stairs to the rail road track below, the reporter
ran roa a trac Deiow in reporter rendered by the District an a Common
was directed to the shanty residence of Andrew pieas Courts of the County of Ramsey, State Chas Pettys,
Magnunson a few feet above the elevator. Here 0
lowing unredeemed v^iui., v..
issued by the City Treasurer, for property sold
by him on the twentieth day of May, 1876,
to satisfy judgments against the same,
rendered by the Distric and Commo
Minnesotaa, for tb following improve- Henry Hale,,s
(Majr 20th, 1878, being the last day for re
demption.) ISABEL ST. GRADING.
IN SIXTH WARD.
Irvine's Addition to West St~ Paul.
Certificates. Supposed Owner.
158 158 158
Supposed Owners. Lot
1.387. W. W.Moir, trustee, und of 11
1.388. do do und^o 14
1.389. Jeremiah Mayo, 20
1.390. Wm. Dawson, und 3^ of 1
1.391. Robert A. Smith, und i of 1
1.392. do und of 2
1,893. Wm. Dawson, und of 2
West St. Paul Proper.
Certificates. Supposed Owners. Lot.
1,394. Mary T. Winslow, 5
1,396. John Pettier,
1,400. Sarah Spangler, 10
13TH ST. GRADING.
FROM JACKSON TO CANADA STREET.
Joel Whitney's Add.
Certificate. Supposed Owner. Lot. Blk.
1,408. Stephen Desnoyer, strip west of 1 3
Robei & RandaWs Addition
Certificate. Supposed Owner.
1,457. Constantme Roberts.
Certificate. Supposed Owner.
1,459. John McCarthy, 5 feet
improve Henr Hale south of Collins
L. H. Phillips,
St. Paul Proper.
Certificate. Supooscd Owner. Lot. Bl'k.
1.412. Julia A. Metcalf, 6 9
FOURTH ST. GRADING.
Certificates. Supposed Owners. Lot. Bl'k.
1.413. Daniel Egan, 8 45
1.414. J. James, 6 46
1.417. Wm. L. Mintzer, 5 48
1.418. A. R. Capehart, 5 50
1.419. H. S. Fairchild, 6 50
1.420. S.W.Coleman, und 6 51
1.421. W. B. Litchfield, 87
1.422. W. Wilken, und oi 6 52
1.423. 8. W. Coleman, und of 52
1.424. John A. Stees, und of 8 bS
1.425. W. A. Stees, und of 8 53
1.430. H. S. Fairchild, 4 57
1.431. E. M. Johnson, und of 1 59
1.432. I. E. Truesdell, und^'of 1 59
1.433. W.Wilkin, 2 59
1,430. Daniel Green, 3 88
1.437. W. C. Thompson, part of the noith
of the sw of Section 32, T. 29, R. 22.
1.438. Mary and Herman Greve, piece of land
lying south of Fourth street, between
block 87. Kittson's addition, and
track of St. Paul & Pacific.
RAMSEY ST. GRADING.
Certificates. Supposed Owners. Lot. Bl'k.
1.440. Warren Carpenter, 63 86
1.441. do C4 8G
1.442. do 65 86
Whitacre,Bribbinec6 Mullen's Subdivision.
Certificates. Supposed Owneis.
1.444. Chas. Whitacre,
BETWEEN GLENCOE AND GROVE STS.
DeBow, Smith, Bisque & William's Add.
SIDEWALKS CONSTRUCTED UNDER
T. B. PRINCE'S CONTRACT OF NO-
VEMBER 19, 1875.
DeBow, Smith, Bisque & William's Add.
Certificates. Supposed Owners.
1,471. Peter J. Wright,
1,472. H. L. Douseman,
Whitacre, BrisUne & Mullen's Subdivision
of Lots 1 and 2, Leech's Addition.
Post's Side Track or iffi^KwS
Clerk of Court Office 112-117
W ANTEIV-A SITUATION, by a young married ^^U-LHIX.
Certificates. Supposed Owners. Lot. Bl'k
1.474. Robert Whitacre, 13
1.475. do 14
1.476. do 15
1.477. do 16
THIRD ST. GRADING.
BROADWAY TO RAILROAD
ACCOUNTANT, Globe Office.. Term
OTATB OF MINNESOTAf, COUNTY OF EAM-
Certificates. Supposed Owners. Lo
1,483. W. Wilkin and S. W. Cole
man, und 1-5 of 5
Estate of S. J. Wilken und
4-5 of 5
do nnd 4-5 of 6
William Coleman, nnd 1-5 of 6
Estate of J. Wilken, und
JOHN W. ROCHE,
W8 o ten o'doc
rooms, pantry, coal house and wood
shed, 6 closets, Phsien wateron line of street
cars. M. CLARK, No. 208 Fort street. 117-18
RENT.A Farm at Lake Como. comprising
al the Improved IJand within limits of the so
called Lake Como Park, lying north of the "Lake
Johanna Road," together with the Buildings and
other improvements situate thereon, the same being
known as the Ayd place. By order of the Commit
tee on Public Parks,
M. J. O'CONNOR,
5S*%& J* *#B*if7r~$?&-e**
OnracE OF THE CUT TBEASUBEB,
ST. PAUL, MDwaoTA, May'l, 1878.
All persons interested, in the assessment* fer
tha CONSTBUCTION OP SIDEWALKS UN-
BER CONTRACT OF JACOB MILLER,
AWARDED OCTOBER 22, AND DATED
NOV. 15, 1877.
In front of the following described property,
Warren & Winsloio's Addition.
Mice & Ii vine's Addition.
Geo Giubor, except 7 th
street, of 11 14
Wm Gies, east of 11 14
Richard Slater, ej^ of s'ly 12 14
Thomas Robinson, of 12 11
Carkeet & Smith,
of Fort street, 6
Franz Rnzicka, of Fort st, 7
Mary A W Mann, of Fort st, 6
John Horeisch, e3^ of Fort st 7
Same, und of of Fort
Joseph Hoieisch, und of w}^
of Fort street, 7
Julia Cowley, 57 feet of
Fort street, 1
Augustus Lains, of Fort st, 14
Same, Same, Same,
SIDEWALKS CONSTRUCTED UiNDER
FRAS. H. HOPKINS, CONTRACT OF
Si. Paul Proper.
Certificates. Supposed Owners. Lot
1.453. D. D. Merrill, part of 6
1.454. O. B. Turrell, 12
1.455. Estate of L. F. Tavenier, 1
1.456. do 2
?i& "j. x*
Elizabeth Gottshammer, 2
Alice Cairncross, of
nw J^ of 3
A Merritt, of nw}^ of 3
James Donaldson, und 3
of e% of 3
John II Reaney, und of
Chas Dittman, und of
41J^ feet of 101X feet of 5
Sarah Chapin, und of
413^ feet of 101J feet of 5
A Grushus, west 82 feet of
1013^ feet of 5
Webber, 41^ feet of
41X feet of 161.} feet of 5
199 199 199
Irvine's Out Lots^
Hammer, 26 feet, 0 7
Louis Fisher, part of 7th
street, and ot 26 feet 6 7
Thomas Grace, 7 7
Horace Bigelow, 9 32
Same, 10 32
EmiiQ& Chute's Subdivision of Lots 4 and
5, Block 2, Leech's Addition.
0 Pi TJ
Heirs and Dev. of Geo W
Ewing, deceased, noith of
Same, of Fort street,
Peter Kerst, of Fort street,
Franklin Smith, of Fort st
13 12 11
Ilawke's Subdivision of Block 10 Winslow't.
Martin & S Morton,
und each of Fort street, 6
Brewster, of Fort fit, 9 10
W Gilbert, e)^ of Fort st, 8 10
John Wogner, 45 feet,
Williams & Laura
Ehickinson, und each,
55 feet of 100 feet,
Jos Roberts, 6outh
James King, n%)
Alfred Dufrane, mid
Mary Dufrane, south
Sarah Dugan, 62 feet,
John Hoyt, north 47^ ft
of south 87^ feet,
Maria Wilkinson, 40 feet,
Nettie and Jas O'Gorman,
Emily King, mid X
W Murray, (trustee,) and
Louisa Miller, south
66 66 70
22 46 2 10
2 2 2 7
Annie E Braden,
Jacob Braden, (estate of)
Jacob B. Braden,
Whitney & Smith's Add.
a M. B. Smith, westj
Whitney & SimllCs Add.
*1 7 9
Geo W Kenned}-, (trustee)
Mencel Frank, of Fort st,
Mary Haggerty, do
Geo A Buckhn, do
Edward Cohalen, of Fort
Elizabeth Moore, of
Wilhelm Yoheka, of Fort st
A Renz, do,
John Mitz, do,
3 7 6 80
Bice & Irvine's Addition.
Conrad Schmidt, s'ly 25 ft
Greenleaf, (estate ofj
nly 34 feet 2 inches,
Same, sly 35 feet,
Lauriston Hall, (estate of) nly
Robert tb Randall's
Same. woat- Ls
Jno. C. Terry, west^"
Trustees of 1st Baptist Church,
St. Paul, 4 2
W. C. and Susan Famngton, und
1 earh 62
commencing at sn corner of Lot 1
Block 18, Rico A Irvine's addition'
thence nly on Hn iding hne between
lots 1 and 2, blk 18. to center of said
blk thence ely at right angles ith di
viding line of said lots 1 and 2, 14
94-100 feet, theucesly to a point on nlv
hne of 3d street, 6 inches wly from wf,
line of stone building now standing oil
said lot 1. produced, to said wly line
of 3d street, thence wh 32 feet more 01
less to beginning, lot 1, blk 18
Hire & I nine's Add.
east 50 feet, s"3
100 feet. 2 iH
Albert Armstrong, commencing on Thud
street oO feet west from intprsp turn .f
dividing lme of lota 1 and 2. blk 18
luce & Irvine's add and north hne ot
sc thence west along said north hn*
44 feet, thence north to a point 86 fc i.
east fwm corner of 4th and Wa.hm--
ton streets thence east 34 feet to",
point 30 feet west from where the rii
Tiding hue between sa.d lots 1 and
intersects said line of 4th street, thenco
south 100feet: thence andw tobegir
mng. lot 2 block IS,
Ii. Nebber, (estate of), east
20 feet of 40 ieot of 46
feet of 98 feet, 2
R. R. ctson und 1 west '2i
feet of routh 90 feet, 2
S. J. Wilkin, und of "3
icetof h00 ttet 2
of 20 feet of 40
feet civ, 10 ftct ot U8
N.ithan Wcscott und
18 4 :n
1 of 23
feet of 90 feet, 2
of -v 20 feet of 10
ttct east of 46 leet of 'J.S
Sophia Webber, commencing
at the corner lot 3, block
18, Rice ii. Irvine's rddition,
thence along 3d street 17
feet, thence to boundary
ofsaul lot.iln a hne paral
lel with a line joining tho
nw and se corners of said lot
3,thence alongc boundar\
thcieof to beginning, 3
James M. Wcnger, commenc
ing at a point on boundary
of lot 3 block 23, Rice &. Ir
vine's addition, thence to a
point on St Anthony ht. by
a line paiallel with a line
joining the uw and se cor
ners of said lot 3 and inter
secting said st. at a point 31
fett from nw corner of said
lot 3, thence along paid st.
17 feet 53f inches,, thent" to
line of baid lot 3 by a line
paiallel with aline joining
mv and se cornets of said lot
3 thence along said
bounddij to beginning, 3
Lena B. Cl.uk, und 1-5 begin
ning at nw ciner ot lot 3,
block 23, RILC A Irvine's ad
dition theme tly along
line of 3d st. 31 feet, theme
FU a hne parallel to, and
31 lift d.ptant from, a Jme
joining th- nw and se eor
nerr ot r.ud lot 3. to a point
on hue of *aid lot, thence
along elj line of baid lot to
se coi nei ol said lot 3, thence
b} ush.ught line to bcgin
Katie I'wmijMin und 1-osanuJ
13 4 CJ
23 11 f7
Ella F. Thompson, und 1-5
Susie'lhompson, und 1-5same 3
Isaac Bemheimci, 4
Nancj In uie, 5
All in the dlj of Kt Paul, eo
and Stale of Minnesota.
hompuon, und 1-5
23 25 25
i 4 i
ntj of Ratiist
Will Take Not)
that on the 2)th da-* of April 1H78 I did re
ceivea watrant from the Cit\ Comnlror. of
the city of St. I'aul, for the "toller tioii th
above named assessments.
The natuic of this warrant is, that if u.u fail
to pa\ the assessments within
aftei the hrst pubh.ation of this notice, I shall
report jo and jour real estate so aswshtd as
delinquent, and applj, to the JJistrut Court
the county of Ramsey, Minnrsota, lor i.idr--
nient against jour lands lots, blocks 01 parr -7s
thereof so assessed, including interest, cost ar.d
expenses, and foi order ol the Court to hell
the same for the pajment thereof.
Northern Pacific H. E.
QUICKEST AND BEST ROUTE
Northern Pacific Railroad, and Northwestern
Express, Stage & Transporta-
SAINT PAUL O DEADWOOD.
i87a8t'a^Uinf0 ltft, at :i0 A. M. daily, excer.t s.md.
makmgthc trip in 22 hours, connllbnl a
with dul} hne of stages for Deadweod.
BATE Ot 1ARK ON A M) AFTKB APKXL 1st, 1K78.
ot 1st Class. 2d Class. EirjL'i'pf.
St. Paul to Bismarck $22 00 318 00
8t Paul to Deadwood
0 0 0 0
Duluth to Bismarck 22 60 17 50 17 Xo
Duluth to Deadwood 42 00 38 00 OK TJ\
By taking this route jou secure elegant plLce
Weeping Cars to Bismarck, to a point 75 nu WarS
Deadwood than via any other rente to the BWk
Hills. I irstand second-class passengers areca
in first-class Concord coaches from BiFmarrk tr
^ht wagons Por further information
ply to or addrchs Northern Pacific Rauroad oihcl
Iso. ii Jackhon street, St Paul. "*uoau oiuee
G. G. SANBORN,
II. E. SARGENT,
Geueral ^6enger A,,ent.
CAEKIAGES AND SLEIGHS.
Minne-ha-ha Carriage Works
MPPOLT & GRAHAM, Props.
CAEKIAGESd & SLEIGHS,Streetsyifl
Repairnif. promptly attended to. Pull
and new buggies sold at bottom prices.
N W Fuel Co., St. Paul Offices
GEIOGS & JOHNSON 29E. 3d bucet.
HILL, 8AUNDERS ACKEK,
$ 18 83
112 E. 3d StrePt
8ALE CHEAP-82.68 acres of I,H
from city mnning water Jold amw ?2&
*u 00 _a. iromcity rnn
1 8 8 3 I has been cultivated
18 74' street.
O.CLARK, No. 208 Fort