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Onr City Subscribers.
We shall esteem it a favor if all onr city sab_
sorlbers whi receive their papers by carrier, will
report every delinquency at the office. If the
paper is missed or is late we desire to know it,
that we may apply the remedy With rare ex
ceptions the camera can have their papers de
livered by half-past six. Where they are later
than that, subscribers should report at the
GLOBE office. We have reason to believe that
there has been a systematic purloining of the
GLOBE from subscribers, and if failures to re
ceive it are reported, it will enable us to detect
and punish the guilty parties.
BOARD OP PUBLIC WORKS.
A lengthy Meeting ami Some Important
The board of public vorks met in regular
session yesterday at 12 o'clock H. President
fitoe in the chair, and all the members and
COMMUNICATIONS, PETITIONS, ETC.
The matter of the opening an alley from
Seventh to Ninth Btreets, through block 2, in
Rico & Irvine's addition, and block 10, of Ba
zille & Guerm's addition, came for
consideration on the representation of Mr.
James May vll.
urged that the alley be 30 feet wide, an
answering the purposes
MesK'-s. Meyerding, Mitch, and others, op
posed the proposition, and asked that the alley
be made 15 feet wide. They urged it on the
wore of expense, and contended that at 15 loot
alley, with a turn on the lot of engine house
No. 1, would answer all purposes of a thorough
Mr. Timme advocated the 15 foot alley, and
stated that the usual width of alleys was 16 to
20 f*et. After considerable debate the matter
was referred to Mr Timme to report.
A communication was read from J. W. Cut
ler stating that he had learned his assessment
iial been declared delinqnent for assessment on
sidewalks on Sibley street and declining to
pay except under protest, until sidewalks aie
removed to conf rm with the line of the street.
Referred to the city engineer for examination
The clerk brought up the matter of making
assessment for grading Willius street from
Fourth to 3eventh streets, laid over from last
Mr Timme opposed the assessment, believ
that the surfacing should be chirgedall
along the line instead of against the property
owners, in front of whose property the surfac
Mr Becker favored the as-es^roent .being
placed upon the piopertv dirpctlv benefited
Mr Rice took a simitar view, but after a
lengthy debate participated in by all of the
board and Engineer Sewall, it was decided to
reassess the property and apply it to the whole
JACKSON STREET PAVEMENT
S. Hurter, by Mr Becker, submitted a pio
test against the assessment for paving on Jack
son stieet. He was assessed for twenty-five
feet, and had twenty four and a half feet.
Communication placed on file
The same was repre ented to be the case in
W Davidson's asse-sment. Hewasrhaiged
with lot) feet, and he had 145 feet.
Mi Rice stated the assessment was made ac
cording to plat and paities could find relief
only through the council
The board confirmed and ordered the usual
notice in the assessment for paving Jackson
Re-assessment for constructing sewer on
Robei street, from Seventh to the river, con
firmed, and usual notice oidered, also the
matter of gliding Fifth street, from Hoffman
to Maria avenue
The clerk was directed to givo the first as
sessment notice for the opening widening and
extending ot Blutl street fiona Martin to Rob
The clerk repoited that lota 25 and 16 of Ir
vine's outlots had been assessed $10 too much
for the grading of Bedford street. The same
was ordered to be corrected.
The clerk was directed to give the first assess
ment notice of change of grades on various
streets in the iirst and Fift wards
The crowd increases daily at Merrill's.
Before Judge O'Gorman. I
In the matter of the insanlt^R Anna Maria
Jacks, mfjrmation filed by Police Officer H.
In the matter of the guard anship of Mary
E Bettie and Tennie Bayiess, minors,
petition filed for license to sell real estate eith
er at pnvate or public auction, order made to
Bhow caube Feb. 11, 1879, at 10 A at
In the matter of the estate of Albert
Mansoii, deceased, Annie Manson was ap
United States Ciicu.it Courr.
Before Judg es Dillon and Nelson.J
Tne court opened at 10 oVlock A. M. The
following cases weie disposed of as follows*
Case 54 A, appeal James N G-aneer as
signee, etc vs. Norman Howard, Case re
Case 84. E 0. Nettleton vs Benneville
Mosier et, al Demurier sustained and leave to
Case 27 John S Kennpdy et al vs First
Division St Paul & Pacific Railroad Co. Order
in the matter of application for debentures
settled. Published in full elsewhere in to-day's
Case 44. Wm Hall vs. Patrick H. Kelly
et al. Assummpsit Argued and submitted.
Case88 The Davis Sewing Maohine Ci m
pany of Watertown, N vs. John W. Mann
et al. Motion on demurrer argued and sub
The examination of witnesses in the case of
Horace B. Olaflin vs. The Northwestern Na
tional Insurance Co of Milwaukee, consumed
the greater pi rtion of the day until the hour of
The court adjourned until to-day at 10
o'clock A. at.
[Before Judge Flint.]
The State vs. A Stone, assault with a
deadly weapon Defendant discharged.
The State vs. John Doyle, assault and bat
terv. Case dismissed.
The State vs. Thomas Hinley, assault and
batterv. Case dismissed.
The Ci vs Puter Smith, drunk. Committed
to jail for foiuteen i\s
The City vs John Ward, drunk. Committed
to iail for fourteen iys
ThaOityvs John Wilson, drunk. Committed
to 1a.il for fourteen davs
The City vs Peter Callery, chunk. Commit
to iail for seven days
Tag Citv vs John Williams, vagranoy Com
mitted to jajl for twenty da} a.
Mary A, MoMath vs. Wm. A. Parsons, action
for rent. Case dismissed on motion of de
Fay & Smith vs. O. A Smith & Co, action to
reoover on goods sold and delivered. Tiied
It don't look mu ch like hard times at the 99
Cent Store. It's the busiest hive in the city,
and verifies the fact that Christmas money is
plenty for the purchase of a good artiole at a
reasonable puce If yon want nice, fresh
goods, go to the 99-Cent Storp
A the Bookstore of White, Stone & Co.,
8 7 East Third Street,
and see their goods Among the many things
may be found large varieties of writing desks,
photograph albums, the largest variety the
city, glass and bronze ink stands, paper
weights, work boxes, jewel cases, opera glasses,
porte-monn-ues, portfolios, leather and canvas
chess men, bone and wood, onb boards and
boxes domin.8 dice and game counters color
boxes, odor casrs, in cry&til and velvet, Vienna
Kilt ornament Russia leather goods of all
kinds, glove and handkerchief cases, pocket
books, fard cases, pearl Mid leather, specie
buck, silk and steel, dressing cases,
adies' and gents', segar and cigarette pases,
books gi eat variety, and other goods too
numerous to mention. Call and wk prices.
Matinee oonoert at Mnsio hall at 2 o'clock to
August Zeigler, adjudged inane Thursday,
was taken to the asylum at St. Peter yesterday.
The Mount Zion Sabbath school will hold
their Channkah lestival. at the Standard hall,
to-morrow evening at 7 30.
Mrs. R. Anderson will BI D? at the concert
this afternoon, and Miss L. Rice, pianist, and
Mr. J. B. Tmkham will make their debut.
Pubho school teachers will be happy this
morning. Vacation has commenced and Secre
tary McCardy will, at 9 o'clock, pay them a
It looked like Christmas, and hundreds of
ladies mad the most of it, yesterday, by run
ning through the snow from store to store, pur
chasing their holiday gifts.
The Central Presbyterian church fair was
brought to a close last night. The fair was a
success both as a means of rational and social
enjoyment and the replenishment of the
In the matter of the assignment of Eanauer,
Litchenauer & Co Juli us Austrian filed a new
bond yesterday in $210,000, the former bond
not being large enough. Maurice Auerbach,
W Mernam and Max Austrian were the
Mr. J. Burwell, who will represent the
plow works of Buford & Co., Rook Island,
111 has rented the large four story building
adjoining Beaupre, Allen & Keogh's for a
depository, and will soon locate his family in
Amo ng the things the public would like to
understand is hy an engineer at $100 a month,
an assistant at $50 a month, a chain man and
two rod men together with a superintendent,
are employed doing absolutely nothing at Fort
Another weather prophet has come to the
front, and notwithstanding the fine prospect
yesterday afternoon and last evening, wishes to
go on record with the predicti there wil^iot
be a fall of thiee inches of snow here previous
to the 1st of February
was arraigned before Judge Flint for va
grancy. John Willi ims had bpen the protege
of a chantabls society in this city, and had re
quited their goodness by stealing a lot of old
clothes Secretary Chase had on hand for cloth
ing the poor The court gave him twenty days
in jail for his mgrate cussedness.
Herman Rice and Frederick Reiber, who
were sentenced to the State prison for six
months on June 22 1878, in Freeborn county,
for tho crime of larceny, were yesterday
paidoned bv Governoi Pillsbury. Their sen
tence would expue on the 22d da of this
month, and the pardon was issued that they
might be restored to the rights of citizenship.
It appears that the United States engineer is
no more pleased with Sewell's award of the
contract than are the other bidders for the Fort
Snelhng bridge superstructure. It is under
stood that Col Allen will report that while the
plan chosen will perhaps meet the requirements
of strain, it is not an imposing structure, nor
the cheapest, nor the one that he would have
The board of education held an adjourned
meeting last evening for the purpose of pass
ing the pay loll. This having been accom
plished, the secretary, Ml "VlcCardy, announced
th it he wi uld be ready at 9 o'clock, Saturday,
(this morning) to pa tho teachers their sala
ries, so that those who are anxious to leave the
city for the short vacation may not be de
It is not often that Italian opeia is riven
St. Paul, and the management of the Opera
house deserve the pnbhc thanks for their en
terprise in arranging for the production of II
Tiovatore on Mondav puenmg. No doubt the
perfoimance will be a rare treat for the mana
gers announce that the opera will be presented
with full cast, chorus and correct costumes,
and in all respects the same as upon the Italian
and English stages. The story will be told n
tirely oy music, and several numbers of the
operas which are usually cut on account of
their difficulty will be restored. The box office
is open daily from 9 o'clock for securing seats.
Yescerday, Doc Larpenteur made complaint
at police headquarters that a woman had taken
possession of his premises and he couldn't dis
lodge her. Officer Clouse was detailed to make
the capture He repaired to Larpenteur's home
and there found a wild eved woman in posses
sion. She was comfortably seated and serenely
content. When asked about herself she could
give no intelligent account. She gave her
name as Anna Maria Jacks but could say
nothing more about herself or where she was
from It 'vas judged from her actions that
she was insane. The officer lodged complaint
the probate court, and she will be examined
to-day. The unfortunate woman is an entire
stranger in the city.
A hard individual, recently released from
jail, by the name of John Steele, begun a pre
mature Christmas yesterdaj, on Minnesota
street. He had a turkey and was drunk
Christmas attributes It was believed Mr
Steele stole the turkey and beat somebodv on
of the drinks. The turkey soon looked like
"the sick man of Emope very demoralized,
he made a weapon out of it and applied the
grease to several bystanders. Tired of such
toul pioceedmgs he flew over to Third street,
and at Beaupre, Allen & Keogh's he gobbled up
a cady of tobacco. Some of the employes saw
him, made tracks after and caught him by the
left wins-arm. Just then officer Gibbons came
up and Steele wis turnpd over to him. The
officer put him to most in the station.
Smokers Take Not ce.
Fetsch& O'Gorman, 111 Third street, near
the Merchants, have in store an immense stock
of the finest fresh imported and domestic cig
ars cigarettes, elegant cigar cases, fine mer
schaum pipes and an endless variety of smok
ers' articles especially the holiday trade.
Parties in want should be sure to give" them a
Buy Toys That Not Break
At the Rubber Store, 42 East Thud street.
Twenty-one meal tukets, $ 3 50, single meals,
25 cents, at Williamson's 67 Wabashaw street.
Where Some of Chambers' Goods Went o.
Yesterday a new suit was filed against the
"gone" auctioneer, E Chambeis. Hirsch,
Ma\er & Go of Chicago, are the victims to the
amount of $795 75 Besides this single com
plaint Messrs Rogers & Rogers, J. N Rogers
W Sanboin have other claims in hand
from New York and Philadelphia aggregating
$10,000 or thereabouts. 1 he $4,000 worth ot
stock in sfc ire has already been p'astered two
or three layeio deep with attachments, and in
the law these last ciu't come in first The
GLO BE mentioned it as rather odd that Cham
bers having made big orders in. October, and
having light sales since that he should have
had such a small and valueless amount of
stock on hand. The presumption was that he
had secreted his goons. A GLO BE detective has
pioved the correctness of this theory. On the
7th 8th and 9th of November Chambers
shipped fafteen rollB of caipet, thirteen cases
of boots and shoes, and two cases
of dry goods and notions to Red Wing. The
freight was consigned to no one there, and bore
no mark except a diamond shaped figure en
closing a "C AU marks by which the boxes
or bundles could be distinguished or traced to
him hid be en removed The manufacturer,
jobbers, and his own address, were removed,
the boxes planed and the packages rolled up
new burlap. The freight reached Red Wing in
due lime, were stored in the depot, and waited
foi an owner.
November 27th Chambers visited Red Wing,
laid claim to the stock, established his right,
and paid all charges. The same day he shipped
the two cases of dry goods and notions to Chi
igo, consigning them to a party by the name
of Dunn. The other goods were left on storage.
The next day Chambers started ostensibly for
Chicago, or, at any rate, took the tram destined
for that place. One of Bill King's twins has
located Chambers in the Lake Superior
region, but then that paper runs to Canada.
And flower vases, in silver and gold, at
Cutters and Sleighs,
Have the latest styles made, best in the city,
from $30 up. Gentlemen, see same before
buying. OM SCOTT,
119 East Fourth Street
Save money by going to Merrill's
A. Valuable Acquisition in the Horse Line
John Miner, the candy man, wants an expe
rienced boy to take cire and train a horse.
wants such a boy bad, and one filling the bill
will undoubtedly get au all winter's Job at a
good salary. For A year past Mr. Miner has
had agents scouring the country in searoh of a
certain style of horse, intended by him when
found, as a present to one of hia family.
Amo ng thoBe who interested themselves in
finding the desired animal, was Mr. Charles
Foster, of the Sisseton agency. A few days
since a letter from Mr. Foster informed Mr.
Miner that he had purchased and shipped
an animal that he thought would
fill his critical bone eye. Mr. Foster called his
purohaae "Midnight." Mr. Foster was loud in
his praises of the animal, but intimated taat
he was a little self-willed, and would require a
little judicious handling before being put to
tho n6es desired. Shortly after Mr. Miner re
ceived a bill for the transport of 2,000 pounds
of horse flesh. now has the animal (Safely
housed in the stables of
aupre, Allen &
Eeogb. So far but a few of his most intimate
friends have been called in to see the prize, but
these are understood to have been astonished at
his numerous fine points. Remembering the
suggestion of his friend Foster, Mr. Miner has
not attempted to nse his purchase, and he is
now seeking an experienced young an to
handle him. Applications should be made in
to Mr. Miner. Midnight is suffering
lor exercise and Mr Miner's friends are suffer
i ng with anxiety to see how he shows up.
The Boom Worklnjj.
The boom committee failed to meet promptly
at 10 o'clook yesterday, only one out of eight
reporting. Col Prince, however, had scooped
five shareB before 10 o'olook, two of which were
from Geo. Benz and J. Hoffman, who walked
in like men voluntarily, and put down their
namesan example "which we commend to
others equally interested. Col 4nnce having
to a'tend a business meeting then, Mr. McClung
was left alone but started out on the war-path
and by the aid of Mr. Hodgson, who volunteered
to fill the places of the six al sentees, procured
six more shares by noon making $1,100 for two
hours work, and raising the sum to $4,100,
with SI 000 in sight to-day, if the committee
will put in two hours' work this morning.
They are requested to be promptly at the
office of James Smith, Jr who has promised
to help the committee to-day.
Mr. McClung went to Minneapolis in the
afternoon to see to the work up there, and re
ports everything working well
The intention is to organise next week, and
go to work on the boom the week after.
Don't fail to examine Merrill's stock
A chaste and elegant peifume case, a richly
engraved and cut-glass perfume bottle, a nice
Vienna fan made of fragrant wood, a beautiful
toilet case, etc etc. All of which you will
find at Lambie A Co 's.
Read This. Has Gifts
Children's Fur Sets only 50 cents
Ladies' Lynx Sets only $2.75
Imitation Seal Caps for Ladies, 90 cents
Imitation Seal Caps for Gentlemen $2 00.
Real Seal Caps for Ladies and Gentlemen
Christmas gifts for Gentlemen, including
Silk Handkeiobieffs Mufflers and Scarfs, Car
digan Jackets Gentlemen's Jewelry Gloves of
all sorts, and fine Dress Shirts of the best
quality at $1.25. PANNELL' S,
111 East Seventh street
The State treasurer reports the following in-
vestments for the cuirent year
Permanent school fund $272,346 50
Peimanent university fund 33 000 00
Internal improvement land tax 6b 896 86
Total investments $373,743 36
A Nice Cup of lea
Oi coffee is a luxury. If you want the best, go
to the Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Com-
pany's store, 31}^ East Third street
Elegant albums, opera glasses, ladies' pocket
books, etc., etc. Davenport's got 'em,
That O ld Lady
Who excited so mu ch sympathy from being
separated from her husband it. the crowd on
Third street found tho "old man" at Scott's,
enjoying one of hiB 25 cent dinners.
Holiday books, very elegant, also a vast as
sortment of toy juvenile books, etc., at
HaTe You Been to Brown's
Is the first question one lady asks anothei when
the topic" of X-mas purchases is discussed.
The fact is, that "Brown, the Jeweler," has
the most attractive stock the city and that
is why his store is dailj tilled with purchasers.
Santa Claus' headquarters, at
DAVENPO BT S,
20 West Thud Street.
Remember that you can buy all and any dry
goo ds at lower prices at Zahm's Seven Corners,
than an^ where ehe, and you cannot affoid to
pay more for them than your neighbor doea.
Waverly Novels"Plum Pudding Edition"
Six volumes, cloth, illustrated, $10.50, same
elition, sheep $15, at MEBHILL 'S
Scrap book pictures, best assortment in the
city, at DAVENPORT'S.
A sp'endid assortment, elegantly ohased and
engraved, at GBEEVLBAF 'S
The Mmble Nickel.
See what you can get for it at
ZAHW'S, Seven Corners
Waverly Novels 'Universe Edition"Illus.
trated, large type, 25 volume s, cloth, $25 at
Truly artistic, in great variety, at
Your estimation of the little fellow will rise
very rapidly, and will take huge proportions,
when you look over Zahm's five cent table,
Parian Marble Goods,
Go and see the finest stock in the city, at
Fre&U lutlittu 1VI11-.R melons
Elegant Baskets of Tropical Fruit.
Elegant Baskets of Whitman's Candy.
Elegant Champagne Baskets of Candy.
Elegant Silk Bags ot Maillard's Candy.
Elegant Str Baskets with Candy.
Elegant Straw Ships with Candy
Elegant miniature Hampers with Candy.
Elegant packages of all kinds, filled with our
"French Marrons" to be cut on Dec 23d
the finest candy in the world
93 and 53 East Third Street.
Waverly Novels 'Riverside Edition"Steel
plates, 25 volumes, cloth, $37 50, at
Scarcely a day passes that some question as
to the adaptibility of this or that thing, to this
or that place does not arise, particularly in the
matter of house furnishing upholstering, etc.
Go at once to John Matheis', and, although he
is as busy as a bee with his holiday decorations,
he will solve yonr problem mstanter. is
taste is admirablo, as his fine stock of carpets,
wall papers, shades, lace and muslm curtains',
etc., will verify. Go and Bee him by all means.
The Snow is Here.
Just as we predicted. at once to Nippolt &
Graham's and select your sleigh from their
snperb stock before it is too late, and leave
your carriages to be repaired, painted and
varnished. Factory corner Seventh and Sibley
Waverly Novels"Walter Scott Edition"
Steel plates, 25 volumes, cloth, 25, at
The Wisconsin Malleable Iron works, at
Milwaukee, now employs forty men. Three
buildings have been added to the establish
ST. PAUL DAILY QtOBE, SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 21, 1878.
Yesterday was "field day" at the 99-Cent
8tore. A perfect muster of seekers after
Christmas goods. The store was literally
parked with customers, and the polite and at
tentive lady clerks were busy from early morn
ing until nearly midnight before all were
served. That's enterprise!
Beautifully bound books, cheap, at Merrill's.
Fresh Macaroons, Kisses and Fingers.
Superior Fruit Cake,
lee Cream, all flavors.
Ofinstmas Tree Decorations.
Fancy Baskets, etc., etc
In gold, silver, shell, pearl, ivory, etc, at
Very rapidly. Those beautiful Russia leather
glove boxes, collar'and cuff boxes, perfume
cases, writing desks, pooket books, etc., at
D. Lambie & Co.'s, and at remarkably low
Beautiful in design andfinish,at
fo Judicial District, Ramsey
James Beck and 3 K. Vney, as executors of
the last will and testament of John C. Breckin
ridge, deceased, Mary G. Breckinridge, widow, and
Fanny Breckinridge J. Cabell Breckinridge,
Clifton Brecklondge, John W. Breckinridge,
and Mary Maltby, before marriage Mary D.
Breckinridge, children, heirs at law, and sole de
visees and legatees under said last will and testa
ment of eaid John 0. Breckiuridge, deceased, and
Sally Breckinridge, wife of said 3. Cabell Breciln
ridge, Catharine Breckhir dgs, wife of said Clifton
R. Breckiuridge, Louise Breckinridge, wife of said
John W. Breckinridge, an i Anson Maltby, husband
of said Mary D. Maltby, and James B. Beck in his
own right, and Jane Beck, his wife, plaintiffs,
Mary F. Burbank, widow, and David B. Burbank,
Anne T. Burbank, Charles M. Burbank, Mary C.
Burbank, and John Cabell Breckinridge Burbank,
children and eoie hens at law of D. It. Bui bank
deceased, and Katie Burbank, wife of said David.
Burbank, and a 1 persons unknown having or
claiming an interest the following described real
estate, situate and being in the County or Ramsey,
and State of Minnesota, known and designated as
follows, viz.! Ihe northeast quarter of the north
east quarter of the southeast quarter of Section
eleven (11), in Townsh'p twentj-eight (2), of
Range tweuty-three (23), defendants.
The State of Minnesota to the above named defend
Sou, and each of you, are hereby summoned and
required to answer to the complaint in th action,
which has been filed in the office of the Clerk ol this
Court, at the Court House, In the City of Saint Paul,
Minnesota, and to serve a copy of your answer to the
said complaint*on the subscribers, at their office,
said City of Saint Paul, within twenty da after the
service of this summons upon you, exclusive of the
day of such service, and if you fail to answer the said
complaint within the time aforesaid, the pldintifts In
this aotion will apply to the Court for the rebel de
manded in said complaint
Dated December 20,1878.
GEO L. & CHAS. E. OTIS,
St. Paul, Minn
To the Defendants above named'
You, and each of you, are hereby notified that the
object of the action entitled in the above summon*
is to obtain the partition, oi the sale, if the paititlon
cannot be made without prejudice to the mteiests of
the owners, of certain real estate situate in the
County of Ramsey^ and State of Minnesota, a parti o*
ular description of which said real estate is bet forth
in the titie of the action in the foregoing summons,
and which description is hereby referred to as a part
of this notice.
Dated St. Paul, Decemb 20, 1878.
GEO. L. & CH \S E. OTIS,
Attomejs for Piaiutifis,
dec21-7w sat St Paul, Minnesota.
fo Judicial District, Ram-se County.
James Been and John Viley, as exi tutors of the
last will and testament of John Bieckiundge,
deceased, ViaryC Breckinridge, widow, and Tanny
Breckinridge, J. Cabell Brockmridge, Clift
Breckinridge, John W Brec-mndge, and iry D.
Maltby, before uuamage Maiy Breckinridge,
children, heirs at law, and sole doMseos and legatees
under said last will and testament of eaid John C.
Breckinridge, deceased, and bally Breckinridge,
wife of said J. Cabell Breckinridge, dtheii ue
Breckinridge, wife of said ChftouR.Bieckmridge,
Louise Breojnnndge, wife of said John W Breck
inridge, and Anson llaltbj, husband of said Maiy
D. Maltby, and Bodes B. Rankiu, Malvlna Roberts,
before marriage Malvina Rankiu, and E izabeth
Rankin, children and heirs at law of Paul RaDkln,
deceased, and Elizabeth K. Kankin, wite of said
Bodes Kankm, E Roberta, husband of said
Malvina Riberts, and Laura M. Rankin, widoM of
Willa "V Rankin, deceased, in his lifetime one of
the children and heirs at law of said Paul Rankin,
deceased, and Beriah Magoffin and Anna N Ma
goffin, his wife, plaintiffs,
Jessie W Rankm, chid and heir at law of ilia "V.
Rankin, deceased, and all persons unknown, having
or claimmu aniaierestinthe following described
real estate situate nd being in the county of Bira
sey, and State of Minnesota, known and designated
as follows, viz' The south one-half (v,) of the
southeast quarter of Section ten (HO, of Towaship
twenty-eight (28), of Range twenty-three (23), ex
cept twenty acies off from the noith side thereof,
The State of Minnesota, to the abo\e named defend
ants. You, and each of you, are hereby summoned and
required to answer to the complaint in this action,
which has been filed in the office of the CI rk of this
Court, at fhe Court House, in the City of Saint Paul,
Minnesota, ana to serve a copy of jour answer to the
said complaint on the subscribers, at their office, in
BaidGltyof Saint Paul, within twenty da 8 after the
service of this summons upon you exclusive of the
day or sucixservic", ana if you ati to answer the eaid
complaint witnin the time aforesaid, the plaintiffs in
this action will aptly to the Court for the relief de
manded in (aid complaint.
Dated December 20,1878.
GEO. L. & CHAS E OTIS,
bt. Paul, Iinn
To tha Defendants above named.
You and each of you, are hereby notiflod that the
object of the action entitled in the above summons
Is to obtain tbe partition, or the (-ale, if the partition
cannot be made without prejudice to the interests of
the owners, of ceitain real estate sftuaie in the
County of Ramsey, and State of Minnesota, a par
ticular description of which said real estate is set
forth In the title of the action the foregoing sum
mons, and which description is hereby referred to as
a part of this notice.
Dated St. Paul, December 20, 1878.
GEO. & CH VS. E. OTIS,
Attorneys for Plaintiffs,
dec21-7w-sat St Paul Minnesota
DTATE OF MINNESOTA, DISTRICT COURT
for Second Judicial District, Ramsey -County.
James B. Beck and John Viley, as executors of
the last will and testament of John Bieckiu
ndge, deceased, Mary Breckinridge, widow and
Fanny Breckinridge, Cabell Bret kmndge, Clif
ton Breckinridge, John W. Breckinr de, and
Mary D. Maltby, before marriage Mary Breckin
ridge, chddren, he rs at law, and sole devisees and
legatees under said last will and testament of said
John C. Breckinridge, deceased, and Sally Breck
inridge, wife of said Cabpll Breckinridge, Cath
erwe Breckinridge, wife of ea'd Clifton Breok
i-mdge, Louise Breckinridge, wife of said John W.
Breckiuridge, and Anson Maltby, husbaud of said
Mary D. Maltby, and Rodes B. Rankin, Malvina
Roberts, before marriage Malvina Rankin, and
Elizabeth Rankin, children and heirs at law of
Paul Rankin, deceased, and JLhzabeth Rankin,
wife of said Rodes Rankin, R. E. Roberts, hus
baud of Malvina Roberts, and Laura Rankin,
widow of WiUa V. Rankiu, deceastd, in his hfe
time one of the children and heirs at law of said
Paul Rankin, deceased, and Junius K. ard and
Matilda Ward his wife, plaintiffs
Jessie W. R. Rankm, child and heir at law of Wdla
V. Rankiu, deceased, and all person* unknown,
having oi claiming an interest in ihe following de
scribed real estate situate aud belug in the County
of Ramsey, and State of Minnesota, known and
designated as follows, viz The sontheaBt quarter
of the southwest quaitei of Section fifteen
(15), in Township twonty-eight (28), of
Range twenty-three (23), also a tract
of land described as follows, viz Commencing
at the southwest corner of Section elevenj (11,) in
said Township twenty-eight (28), of said Range
twenty-three (2S), thence running north mxtv (t0
rods, thence running east eighty (80) rods, trienoe
running south sixty (60) rods thence running west
eighty (80) rods to the place of beginning, de
The State of Minnesota to the above named de
fendants You, and each of you, are hereby summoned and
required to answer to the complaint this action,
which4kas been hied in the office of the Clerk of this
Court, at the Court House, the City of St. Paul,
Minnesota, and to serve a copy of your answjy to the
said complaint on the subscribers, at then* offlc, in
said City of Saint Paul, within twenty days after the
service of this summons upon you, exclusive of the
day of such service, and if you fad to answer the
said complaint within the time aforesaid, the plaint
iffs in this action will apply to the court for the re
lief demanded in said complaint.
Dated December 20,1878.
GEO. L. & CHAS. E. OTI8,
St Paul, Minn
To the Defendants above named.
You and each of you, are hereby notified that the
object of the action entitled lu the above summons is
to obtain the partition, or tho bale, if the partition
cannot be made without prejudice to the interests of
the owners, of certain real estate situate the
County of Ramsey, and State of Minnesota, a partic
ular description of which said leal estate is set forth
in tha btle of the aotion in the foregoing summoas,
and which description hereby referred ro as a part
of this notice.
Dated St, Paul, December 20.1878.
GEO. L. & CHAS E. OTIS,
Attorneys for Plaintiffs,
dec21-7w-sat St. Paul, Minnesota.
On December 25th!
Cor. 3d and Cedar streets,
WILL E OPENED FOB BUSINESS.
The abovs Iron front building, during the past
two months, has undergone entire refitting, and wfH
be opened in first-class stvla 336-345
HATS AND CAPS.
PER A I 1
The only exclusive
Hal and Ca EstaftMnwnt in SI, Paul.
IN MEN'S, BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S
Hats. Caps and Furs.
Lowes Prices in tie City.
Opposite 3?ost Office.
1878. 187 9.
CHRISTMAS aid NEW YEARS,
TEAS & COME S!
311-2 East Third Street, St. Paul.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Boot arid Slioe ]VXaker,
A O O WEST riURD STREET,
Having purchased the entire business of Mr. 3. A.
Hood, including all his measure books and private
lasts, will spate no pains to give entire satisfaction to
his patrons, end respectfully solicits their orders.
Craig & Larkin,
6 6 East TViird S
3 6 351
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF THOSE
71 EAST THIRD STREET
Notice to CreditorsHearing
In the mat'er of the estate of Henry Bockonf eld de
ceased Notice is lieieby given that the undersigned have
been appointed by the Judge of the Probate Court
of the County of Ramsey, State of Minnesota, com
inie&ioners the matter of eaid estate, to rece ve,
examine and adjust all claims and demands of all
peisons against eaid Heury Bockenfeld, late of said
couuty, deceased, that six months from November
20th, 1878, have been hunted and allowed by said
court to creditors to preseut their claims to us as
aiorcsaid, aud that we will, on the first Monday of
eveiy month for the next six months, (beginning on
Monday, tbe s-ixth day of January, 187 at the office
of James R. Wahh, No. 1 v\est Fourth street, in
tho city of Saint Paul, in. eaid county, meet to receive,
examine and adjust claims and demands against said
deceased as aforesaid
J. PEYTON BOYLE,
TAMES It. WALSH,
Commissioners of the eBtate of Henry Bockenfeld,
OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF RAM
seyss a Probate Court, Special Term, De
cember 4th, A 1 78
In the matter of the estate of Margaret O'Gorman,
deceased On rtading fhe petition of James O Gorman, of
said county, filed in this coi rt on the third day of
December, A. 187 representing among other
thuigt that Margaret O Gorman, lute of said county,
outhe 15th day of November, A 1878, at St. Paul,
in said county, died intestate, and bemg an inhabi
tant ot this county at the time of her death, leaving
goods, cnattels and est te within this county, and
that the said petitioner is the oldest son of satd de
ceased, residing in said county of Rams y, and pray
ing that administration of said ettate be to him
granted and upon receiving notice from Henry
O Gorman, Judge of Probate of said county, that
he is one of the heirs of said deceased, and request
ing the undersigned Judge of Probate of Hennepin
county, Minnesota, to act for him and in his place as
judge of said court in the above entitled mattei.
Now therefore, pursuant to the provisions the
statute in such case made and provided, it in ordeied
that said petition be heard before the undersigned,
acting as judge of said comt said matter, on
SATURDAY, THE 2STH DAY OF DECEMBER, A.
1878, A 10 O CLOCK A M.,
at the office of the Probate Court, in said county of
Ordered further, that notice thereof be given to
the hens of said deceased, aud to all persons mtei
ested, by publishing a copy of this older for three
successive wee its prior to said day of hearing, in the
DAILY GLOBE, a newspaper printed and published at
the city or Saint Paul, in said county
By the Court,
JOHN P. REA,
Judge of Probate of Hennepin County, aotmg as,
for and in the place of the Judge of Probate of
Ramsey County, Minneeo'o. dec 7 4w sat
QTATE OF Mt^ESOTA, RAMSEY COUNTY
O ss. In Prolate Court.
In the matter of tne guardianship of Mary E.,
Bettie M. and L. Jennie Bayiess, rumors.
On reading *J filing the petition of Sarah E.
Bay ess, gutrdiau ot the persons and property of
Mary E Bettie and TeDnie Bayiess, minors,
by her attorney fact, Edward Webb, for license to
sell the real estate her said wards, and it appear
ing from said petf Ion that it is necessary and would
be beneficial to said wards that said real estate, or a
part thereof, should be sold
It is ordered, that the next of kin of the said wards,
and all persons interested in the estate of eaid wards,
shaU appear before said Probate Court, at the Pro
bate office in the City of St Paul, in the county of
ON THE ELEVENTH DAY OF FEBRUARY, A. D.
1879, AT TEN O CLOCK IN THE FORENOON,
to show cause why a license should not be granted
for the sale of said estate.
And it is further ordered, that a copy of this order
be personally served on the next of kin of said wards,
residing said Ramsey county, and on aU persons
interested said estaife, at least fourteen days before
the bearing of said jietition as aforesaid, and by the
publication thereof for four successive weeks, in Ihe
DAILY GLOBE, a newspaper printed and published at
the City of St. Paul In said Ram=ey county, the last
of which publications shall be at 'east fourteen days
before said day of hearing.
Dated December 30,1878.
By the Court,
[Seal.] HENRY O'GORMAN,
Judge of Probate
E W. WEB B,
Attorney for Guardian. dedl-Sw-t
Until Jsmwdvy 1st
Having a large 6took of Unredeemed Pledgew which
we desire to close out, we will, dur ng
The Holiday Season,
Offer them at a "mall advanco upon 01 igmal loans
The Prices so graded are In most instances,
Less Than One-Half
What the same goods can lie bought for. Make no
Hohdav presents until you have examined our stock.
SIMO N & CO, Pawnbrokers,
i lad* Sinn, \l i IiArt Unti
Mrs. C. Herwegen.
Berlin and Paris Sillc
and Wor&tecl JEmbroiciei les
BERGMAN'S ZEPHYR WORSTED?
Yarns, Oan\as, Chenilles, Silks, Beads, Irlnges,
Laces, Braads, and every article lequired lor em
broidery work, stamping, &c. Agency of "Domestic
i!8 WES1 1EIIRD STREET, ST. PAUL
COE & FRANCIS
Made 10 Order.
3 2 West Third Street,
COAL, COKE & WOOD!
General Office, 112 East lhird Btreet, 8t Paul
Branch Office, 29 East Third fetreet, yt Paul
Distributing Docks at Duluth and Milwaukee
Satirflaj, Dec' 21stjt 2 1, &,
Grand 3Iatinee Concert
Si, Paul Mai Society,
Agisted by the following Soloists*
MISS F. LOI EICE Piano.
MR J.BiTINKHAM VioLn.
SIRS B. AMJZRSON Contralto.
Admission 25c Family tickets, admitting five
persons. $l CO
JST* Passive Membership Ticket for the aeucn,
will admit to the Matinees, en s a at too mnalc
stores of R. 0 "Munger and J. A. W eid cjm
CaTiages at 4 sha^n &tn-*I
AUCTION SAL ES
4 LOTION S\LE OF TWO LOTS-9 and 10,
A bloc*. 33, ol Lyman Davton Addition, corner
Third street and Maria avei ue, at 11 A. this
morning, at jiy office, -orxer JacUonHs
/xREVT HOITDVi SALE Or PAWNBROKER^
I LNREDEEMED PEEDGESatN^. Jackson
street. We will sell our aruonds iremnw urrl'
Christmas day for just what we loaned on them.
ha%e a large %anety ol ladies' ard gentleiren's
watches, gold neck chan and beautif u. eet. Alb a
very handsome lot of silver ware, consis'tog of fine
casters, sake basket* butte- dishes, berry dMies,
Sowcr'vases, Jewel cawi,, kunes, fork-, an 1 spoons,
eti. In fact, everj'hikg that is uaetul and beautifc.
that we will sell at bed rock rri e 311-44
I AN OS CHtAP1 Oo Decker
1 an 2 year
S FAIRCHILL', Res' -'ate igt and Auctioneer.
qlji ,e, Gr
Piano, for $ito. 58OO Square, G-auu Piuu for
$325. SoOO Square Piano for 0 Good Bradti ry
Piano, 7 octa\en, 5165 Good Rosewood Cased Pjs.no
"octaves, Sit-0. Sacrifices in e\crjthiDK UDU, Jaa
uarylo,187^. JOHN A. WEIDE,
Music Dealer, Ifi West jU id Street, bt Pau
SALEAgoodiavinp News and Stationer}
business now] a., nj? $10jPER MONTHPFOFII
Cash capital requ'red, -iTOO. ill conbider no prop
oitkm ironi parties without the CASH Satisfactory
'eaeonfe for te ling 1 be Ruen \ddres ^I
"^FSS O box 'St Pam ,3^34
SALEl\\o "UncUid ize Brtms-vick & BaJke
Billiaifl Tables, 1-1 KOC tut cut on Ca
OKUBLR'S HOILL K\em omers 3t
SALESe\al 1 ur of rij(A hno and S
rabb ts, will be sold chtai xi \t 'uhn li
leit, 221 Jitl son htitet 1*
AN1LD Co JdtruianOiI for get eiailionss
work, at 168 tan Ninth strte" 1 .M'
received Horn New \ork, tana
mockuigtird-s A117, nithtui-?dle' 't \e
sunaolofor Christmas lu^t 1 1 s,.ao t^ tt Al
KEIL laerPeuluul leip^rann int. to.
GALLONS OF C\LIFOHM\ WNE-*
At 100 Jatl ton mer t! e-tr et CnL
tomu Wiue Depot, can be JC tli' 1 ta datu
during the ho'iij\* sot- ofci
1 luinU Mi e.
of the best quahtv, Iroir bI 1 ml! uj an la
liUtoqtiult\ llsoasjlci lid tock ot O Ker.
ttickj Iiqi is Aisoal I 0 tt^oi ill =or- 1
ported bo tied k-iodt,, at da !ai oti th \u\ hi *t
IlJUipnffnc. Ml to it sol lu lli0 tl lu la\c, Jul
Uiever\ lowest bird ti 1 u* 1 il ne jl!
Go ds will be de neii Inc A thue
lJ 1 i- Oh OROJr 1- E -"11
^l-AlCHto \NU JLW1 i Hi Ba~ai oftt,
in t-iis line 01 giodj ei no i 1 II
HoUda\s Iadlca and Gin's OoVl Wit P*ac
tlful Necklaces wih Medallii n= Lotketts,Ciu-fe 1
fctoue, Cameo in 1 Diati tad I 11 us
Tine WaK Rej air ug do and satisfaction i ar
anteed at V\ II1L1 SHorLT Je v!e-,
Utkson btreet, in Met chan 11 5_3
\VL\Or WIAKORSORI Uls umed I"
cataiTh rr "one pji ouous diteaie ot the od
11 1 a\e, lu-te uo tnue but clea pe bbo
with Di Haluda\ Bbod I'm cr con
uectlon the atairh luha-aiit It ui 1 obitne curt*
wen the \u\ wor 1 ta arrh th out ictu
coii"-titiuiouall and tl th 1 alh I gtlnonh
lational md feu tes^ful itir of tl i dl-'ca^e
winch it is gontr ill tcuccuid tauuat b._ cuitd b\
local apphcatioiis alon but mu boieac) ed th ougU
the blood which mupt be than ed in 1 i in
Kilue aim Lr narj disoiderb it not oay RD^i-da a
speed} rehef, bat eflect* a certLia cure
j|QH f,, 1
tancPduf aienudvfor thee ot any di ease of
tho blood gne the Blojd 1 JI Ce trial and jou nil]
be satisfied with the res at it \oi irr not the rioacv
will be retunded isk \our dr ijrgi i it '1 ho
does not keep it he will 01 tur it 1 jou, it not I vut
nend it to -v011 free of exprtna thaigts OP lfceipt of
prftt I eware of counter!eitu ^ce that th name
ol S BLA.CKIORD is bljwi ii the bac. rt oi
every bottle If jou roi (e the citv VK nltv
call i-t m, oflice and get a jtt of the Blood Purihu,
If it does not bei efit \ou it 1 st jou uothii
Call or addrt-ni S BLACKroi D, 14i TV tit Thirl
street St Paul Neve U100 i Cut_or vruolct^le
A^ent^, St Paul Ciot nui&lltl) JWI Sole *gf ntN
foi Mil neapollf di_c i-dtft-utf
lOo East Third Street
C. F. PUSCH,
Fine Merchant Tailor and. Draper,
ton si PJTFHA. /^i/ srs
GO 2 MEEEILL'S!
BOOTS AND SHOES.
O E CLOSED OUT WITHIN" 1JSTDAYS
The Assortment and Quahtj is the Best the Northwest. Look ia our Mammoth Show Windows, a9 hast
Third street, and Bee lor 'onrself
BARGAINS I N BOOTS SHOES
ST. PAUL SOLB AGEXtY FOJR, BT
BARGAINS IN PIANOS AND ORGANS
FOR THK HOLIDAYS
DYER & HOWARD, 69 JE. Third St.
l| MERRELLu BYUEE,
Offer*, a full and complete i&sorfment of feL\L
MINK, and all classeo of i iu \lso a splend hue
of SILK W ItAPo, at pr cts to meet a^v demand
300 DOZEN PAIRS
(rent's Fancy Slippers,
S BOOTS &, bHOEM