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and the committee directed to advertise for
10 days for proposala to do the work.
Ordinance No. 163 -was read a second time
nd passed.
YeasAlderman Allen, Belote, Dowlan, Dreis,
Grace, Griggs, Kittson, McCarthy, O'Connor.
Smith, Sanborn, Mr. President.12.
Ordinance 164
A ordinance to appropriate mon ey to pay
damages occasioned by change of grade on
Fifth street, in Fifth ward.
The ordinance had its seoond reading, and
passed.
YeasAid. Allen, Belote, Dowlan, Dreis,
Grace, Griggs, Kittson, McCarthy, O'Connor,
Smith, Sanborn, Mr. President12.
N.ijsNone.
Ordinance N o. 167
amend ordinance N o. 38 to establish a
market place was read.
O motion the rules were suspended.
YeasAid. Allen, Belote, Dowlan, Dreis,
Grace, Griggs, Kittson, McCarthy, O'Connor,
Smith, Sanborn, Mr. Piesident12.
Na\ sNone.
riiu ordinance was then read a second time
and passed.
YeasAid. Allen, Belote, Dowlan, Dries,
Grace, Griggs, Kittson, itcCarthy, O'Connor,
Smith, Sanborn, Mr. President12.
Naj sNone.
Ordinanoe N o. 165
An ordinance to appropriate and set apart
certain bon ds for the construction of a main
sewer the Fifth Ward.
Bead a first time.
O motion the rules were suspended.
YeasAid. Allen, Belote, Dowlan, Dreis,
Grace, Griggs, Kittson, McCarthy, O'Connor,
Smith, S inborn, Jlr. President12.
Na\ sNone.
The ordinance was then read a second
time and passed.
Yea:,Aid. Allen, Belote, Dowlan, Dreis,
Grace, Griggs, Kittson, McCarthy, O'Connor,
Smith, Sauborn, Mr. President12.
Naj *.Nor.e.
(See publication).
Ordinance N o. 106
An ordinance to authorize the removal
and erection of wooden buildings was then
read.
On motion the rules were suspended.
YensAid. Allen, Belote, Dowlan, Dreis,
Grace, Griggs, Kittson, McCarthy, O'Connor,
Smith, Sanborn, Mr. President12.
Naj aNone.
The ordinance was then read a second
time and passed.
YeasAid. Allen, Belote, Dowlan, Dreis,
Giace, Griggs, Kittson, McCarthy, O'Connor,
Smith, Sanborn, Mi. President12.
NaysNone.
(bte publication.
Ordinance No. 162
An ordinance to repeal the market ordi
nance and to establish a market place was
read.
O motion the rules were suspended.
YeasAid. Allen, Belote, Dowlan, Dreis,
Grace, Griggs, Kittson, McCarthy, O'Connor,
Smith, Sanborn, Mr. PresidentU.
NaysNone.
The ordinance was then read a second
time and passed.
YeasAid. Allen, Belote, Dowlan, Dreis,
Grace, Griggs, Kittson, McCarthy, O'Connor,
Smith, Sanboiu, Mr. President12.
NaysNone.
(See publication.)
(For resolutions and ordinances see an
nexed official publication.)
Adjourned.
WM. RHODES,
President of Council.
M. J. O'CONNOR,
City Clerk.
Official Publication of Kesolutlons and
Ordinances Passed by the Common Coun-
cil of the City of ht. Paul, April 15. 1870
Aid. Dowlan
Revolted, That the Board of Public Works
are hereby ordered to have a n3tructed a side
walk on the east side of Nash street, between
L'Orient and Mississippi btreets.
YeasAid. Allen, Belote, Dowlan, Dreis,
Giace, Griggs, Kittson, McCarthy, O'Connor,
Smith, Sanborn, Mr. President12.
Approved April 1(5,1879.
Aid. Sanborn
JifsohtJ, That the Board of Public Works
be, and the same is hereby requested and in
stiuctcd to take the proper steps to lay and to
cause a bidewalk to be laid on the east Bide of
Sherman street, from Exchange street to Fort
YeahAid. Allen, Belote, Dowlan. Dreis,
Grace, Griggs, Kittson, McCarthy, O'Connor,
Smith, Sanborn, Mr. President12.
Approved April 16, 1879.
Aid. O'Connor
Revolted, That the Board of Publio Works
are hereby instructed to cause sidewalks to be
constructed as fol ows. In front of lots 1, 2 and
3 in Block 17 on Fifth Street front of Lots
12, 13, and 14, Block 17, on Fourth Street and
in front of JLots 1, 2. and 3, Block 18, on Fifth
Street, all in St. Paul proper.
YeasAid. Allen, Belote, Dowlan, Dries,
Grace, Griggs, Kittson, McCarthy, O'Connor,
Smith, Sanborn, Mr. President12.
Approved April 16,18 9.
Aid. Rhodes-
It is hereby ordered by the Common
of the city of Saint Paul:
That the matter of the construction of
lateral seweis on Eighth stieet fiom Pine
street to Locust street, on Olive street irom
Eighth street to Tenth street, on Ninth street
from Pine stieet to Neill street, and on Tenth
street from Pine street to Grove street, be and
the same is hereby referred to the Board of
Public Woiks to investigate and report.
FirstIs this improvement proper and neces
sary
SecondGive the Council an estimate of the
expense thereof, and state whether one-ha'f of
the cost thereot is to be paid into the City
Treasury before the contract JB let.
TnirdCan real estate to be assessed for said
improvement, be found benefited to the extent
of damages, costs and expenses necessary to be
incurred thereby?
l'ouithIs buch improvement asked for
upon the petition or application of the owners
of a majority of the property to he assessed
for Bneb impiovement?
FilthSend the Council a plan or profile of
said improvement as required by law, if you
leport in favor of the same.
SixthSend the Council a proper order
directing the work to be done.
YeasAid. Allen, Belote, Dowlan, Dreis,
Grace, Griggs, Kittson, McCarthy, O'Connor,
Smith, Sanborn, Mr. President12.
Approved April 16, 1879.
Council
In the matter of the report of Board of Pub
lic Works, dated April 14, 1879.
It is hereby ordered by the Common Council of
the City of St. Paul:
That the Board of Publio Works of said City
of Saint Paul, cause the following imp.ove
ments to be made to-wit: Construct a lateial
sewer on Sixth street, between Minnesota
street and Robert street in Raid city. That said
board cause said work to be let by contraot, as
provided by law, without one-half of the esti
mated cost being first paid into the City Treas
ury, and after paid work shall be placed under
contract, said board shall proceed without de
lay to assess the amount as nearly as they can
ascertain the same, which will be required to
pay the costs and necessary expenses of such
improvement upon the real estate to be benefit
ed by said imp ovement, as provided by law.
It being the opinion of the Council that real
estate to be assessed for such improvement can
bo found benefited to the extent of the costs
and exi enaes necessary to be incurred thereby.
YeasAid. Allen, Belote, Dowlan, Dreis,
Grace. Griggs, Kittson. McCarthy, O'Connor,
Smith, Sanborn, Mr. President12.
Approved March 16,1878.
I the matter of the report of the Board of
Public Works, dated April 14,1879.
It is hereby ordered by the Common Council of
the city of St. Paul
That the Board of Public Works of said city
of St. Paul, cause the following improvements I
to be made, to-wit: Widen, open and extend
Carroll street from Mackubin street to Lexing
ton street (west city limits) to a width of sixty
six feet. That said Board shall proceed with
out delay to assess the amount as nearly as
they can ascertain the same, which will be re
quired to pay the damages, costs and necessary
expenses of such improvement upon the real
estate to be benefited by said improvement,
as provided by law. It being the opinion of
the Council that real estate to be assessed for
such improvement can be found benefited to
the extent of the damages, costs and expenses
necessary to be incurred thereby.
Ye-Aid Allen, Belote, Dowlan, Dreis,
irace Griggs, Kittson, O'Connor, Smith, San
born, Mr. President11.
Approved April 16,1879.
I the matter of the report of the Board of
Public W6rks dated April 11,1879.
It is hereby ordered by the Common Council of
the City of St. Paul:
That the Board of Public Works of said city
of Saint Panl, cause the following improve
ments to be made, to-wit: Grade Mackubin
street from University avenue to Dayton
avenue, in said city. That said Board
cause said work to be let by contract, as
provided by law, without one-half of the es
timated cost being first paid into the City
Treasury, and after said work shall be placed
under contract, said Board shall proceed with
out delay to assess the amount as nearly as
they can ascertain the same, which will be re
quired to pay the costs and necessary expenses
of such improvement upon the real estate to be
benefited by said improvement, as provided by
law. It being the opinion of the Council that
real estate to be assessed for such improvement
can be found benefited to the extent of the
costs and expenses necessary to be incurred
thereby.
YeasAid. Allen, Belote, Dreis, Grace,
Griggs, Kittson, Smith, Sanborn, Sir. Presi
dent 9.
NaysAid. Dowlan, McCarthy, O'Connor3,
Approved April 16, 1879.
It is hereby ordered by the Common Council
of the City of St. Paul:
That the matter of grading Sixth street, from
Kittson street to within twenty feet west of
Olive street, be, and the same is hereby referred
to the Board of Public Works to investigate and
report.
FirstIs this improvement proper and neces
sary?
SecondGive the Council an estimate of the
expense thereof, and state whether one-half of
the cost thereof is to be paid into the City
Treasury before the contract is let.
ThirdCan real estate to be assessed for said
improvement be found benefited to the extent
of damages, costs and expenses necessary to be
incurred thereby?
FourthIs such improvement asked for upon
the petition or application of the owners of a
majority of the property to be assessed for such
improvement?
FifthSend the Council a plan or profile of
said improvements as required by law, if you
report in favor of the same.
SixthSend the Council a proper order di
recting the work to be done.
YeasAid. Allen, Belote, Dowlan, Dreis,
Grace, Griggs, Kittson, McCarthy, O'Connor,
Smith, Sanborn, Mr. President12.
Approved April 16,1879.
In the matter of the report of the Board of
Publio Works, dated Maroh 21, 1879.
It is hereby ordered by the Common Council
of the city of St. Paul:
That the Board of Publio Works of the city
of St. Paul, cause the foil wing improvements
to be made, to-wit: Grade and gravel-surface
Tenth street from Jackson Ftreet to Broadway.
That said board cause said work to be let by
contract, as provided by law, without one-half
of the estimated cost being first paid into the
city treasury, and after said work shall be
placed under contract, said board shall pro
ceed without delay to assess the amount as
nearly as they can ascertain the same, which
will be required to pay the damages, costs and
necessary expenses of such improvement upon
the real estate to be benefited by said improve
ment, as provided by law. It being the opin
ion of the council that real estate to be assessed,
for such improvement can be found benefited
to the extent of the damages, costs and ex
penses necessary to be incurred thereby.
YeasAid. Allen, Belote, Dowlan, Dreis,
Grace, Griggs, Kittson, McCarthy, O'Connor,
Smith, Sanborn, Mr. President.12.
Approved April 16,1879.
In the matter of the report of the Board of
Public Works, dated March 21, 1879.
It IB hereby ordered by the Common Council
of the City of St. Paul:
That the Board of Public Works of said City
of St. Paul, cause the following improvements
to oe made, to-wit: Grade and gravel-sur
face Ninth street, from Jackson street to
Broadway.
The said board cause said work to be let by
contract, as provided by law, without one-half
of the estimated cost being first paid into the
City Treasury, and, after said work shall be
placed under contract, said Board shall proceed
without delay to assess the amount as* nearly
as they can ascertain the same, which will be
required to pay the damages, costs and neces
sary expenses of Buch improvement, as pro
vided by law. It being the opinion of the
Council that real estate to be assessed for such
improvement can be found benefited to the ex
tent of the damages, costs and expenses neses
sary to be incurred thereby.
YeasAid. Allen, Belote, Dowlan, Dreis,
Grace, Griggs, Kittson, McCarthy, O'Connor,
Smith. Sanborn, Mr. President12.
Approved April 16,1879.
It is hereby ordered by the Common Council
of the City of St. Paul:
That the matter of the construction of a
main sewer on Lecust street, from Tenth street
to Eighth street, then on Eighth street, from
Locust street to Kittson street, then on Kittson
street from Eighth street to Fifth street, with
temporary outlet on Fifth street to Trout
ook, in the Fifth ward, be, and the "same is
hereby referred to the Board of Public Works
to investigate and report.
FirstIs this improvement proper and necea
sarj
SecondGive the Council an estimate of the
expense thereof, and state whether one-half of
the cost thereof is to be paid into the city treas
ury before the contract is let.
ThirdCan real estate to be assessed for said
improvement be found benefited to the extent
of damages, costs and expenses necessary to be
incurred thereby?
FourthIs such improvement asked for upon
the petition or application of the owners of a
majority of the property to be assessed for such
improvement
FifthSend the Council a plan or profile of
said improvement as required by law, if you
report in favor of the same.
SixthSend the Council a proper order di
recting the work to be done.
YeasAid. Allen, Belote, Dowlan, Dreis,
Grace, Griggs, Kittson, McCarthy, O'Connor,
Smith, Sanborn, Mr. President12.
Approved April 16,1879.
Aid. Smith
Revolved, That the Board of Publio Works be
directed to build sidewalks upon Selby avenue,
from Summit avenue to Western avenue.
YeasAid. Allen, Belote, Dowlan, Dreis,
Grace, Griggs, Kittson, McCarthy, O'Connor,
Smith, Sanborn, Mr. President12.
Approved April 16,1879.
By Aid. McCarthy-
It is hereby ordered by the Common Council
of the oity of St. Paul, that the matter of
opening and extension of a street from a point
commencing at the intersection of Oakdale av
enue andjUavine street, in Woodbury and Case's
addition to West St. Paul, thence' southerly
through blocks 10, 12, 13, 21, 24 and 28 of said
Woodbury aud Case's addition, as aforesaid, to
the line between lots 3 and 4 of Bidwell's ad
diti to West St. Paul, thence south along
said lin to the south boundary of the oity be,
and lue same is hereby referred to the Board of
Public Works to investigate and report:
FirstIs this improvement proper and neces
sary?
SecondGive the Council an estimate of the
expense thereof, and state whether one-half of
the cost thereof is to be paid into the city
treasury before the contract is let.
ThirdCan real estate to be assessed for said
improvement, be found benefited to the extent
of damages, costs and expenses necessary to be
incurred thereby?
FourthIs such improvement asked for up
on the petition or application of the owners of
a majority of the property to be assessed for
snch improvement?
FifthSend the Council a plan or profile of
said improvements as required by law,- if you
report in favor of the same.
SixthSend the Council a proper ordet di
recting the work to be done.
YeasAid. Allen, Belote, Dowlan, Dreis,
Grace, Griggs, Kittson, McCarthy, O'Connor,
Smith, Sanborn, Mr. President12.
Approved April 16, 1879.
Aid. O'Connor
Resolved, That the Committee on Public
Buildings, City Property and Markets is here
by instructed to procure suitable rooms for the
use of the Municipal Court while the erection
of the new Market House is in progress.
YeasAid. Allen, Belote, Dowlan, Dreis,
Gracj, Griggs, Kittson, McCarthy, O'Connor,
Smith, Sanborn, Mr. President12.
Approved April 16,1879.
By Aid. O'Connor
Resolved, That the Committee on Public
Buildings, City Property and Markets is hereby
instructed to sell the old pound buildings
situate on Market Spuare, to the highest bidder,
after public notice.
YeasAid. Allen, Belote, Dowlan, Dreis,
Grace, Griggs, Kittson, McCarthy, O'Connor,
Smith, Sanborn, Mr. President12.*
Approved April 16,1879.
Aid. Alle n
Resolved, That the grade as indicated by a
red line on the accompanying profile of an al
ley in block 27, St. Paul proper, be, and the
same is hereby adopted.
YeasAid. Allen, Bolote, Dowlan, Dreis,
Grace, Griggs, Kittson, McCarthy, O'Connor,
Smith, Sanborn, Mr. President12.
Approved April 16,1879.
Aid. Smith
Resolved, That the City Clerk he, and is here
by direoted to give the proper notice for a
change of grade on the following streets, in ac
cordance with the profiles herewith submitted:
Summit avenue, from Selby avenue to Dale
street Marshall avenue, from Mackubin street
to Western avenue.
YeasAid. Allen, Belote, Dowlan, Dreis,
Grace, Griggs, Kittson, McCarthy, O'Connor,
Smith. Sanborn, Mr. President12.
Approved April 16, 1879.
Aid. Smith
Resolved*, That the grade of Holly avenue, aa
ndicated by a red line on the accompanying
profile, dated April 12,1879, he adopted from
Western avenue to Dale street.
YeasAid. Allen, Belote, Dowlan, Dreis,
Grace, Griggs, Kittson, McCarthy, O'Connor,
Smith, Sanborn, Mr. President12.
Approved April 16,1879.
Aid. Smith
Resolved, That the City Clerk be and is here
by directed to give the proper notice for a
change of grade on the following streets in ac
cordance with the profiles herewith submitted:
Nelson avenue, from Western avenue to Far
rington avenue Virginia avenue, from Mar
shall avenue to Dayton avenue.
YeasAid. Allen, Belote, Dowlan, Dreis,
Grace, Griggs, Kittson, McCarthy, O'Connor,
Smith, Sanborn, Mr. President12.
Approved April 16,1879.
Resolved, That the City Clerk be direoted to
give the proper notice for a change of grade on
Western avenue, from Summit avenue to Ash
land avenue and on Ashland avenue from
Western avenue to Dale street, in accordance
with the profiles herewith submitted.
YeasAid. Allen, Belote, Dowlan, Dreis,
Grace, Griggs, Kittson, McCarthy, O'Connor,
Smith, Sanborn, Mr. President12.
Approved April 16,1879.
By Aid. Allen
Resolved, That the Committee on Market
House be instructed to advertise for ten days
in the city paper, for bids for the building of
our new Market House according: to the plans
and specifications as presented this 15th day of
April, 1879, to the Council. Said bids or prop
ositions shall be opened and awards made or
rejected in open Council.
YeasAid. Allen. Belote, Dreis, Graee,
Griggs, Kittson, McCarthy, O'Connor, Smith,
Sanborn, Mr. President11.
NaysAid. Dowlan1.
Approved April 16,1879.
By Aid. Sanborn
Resolved, That an order be drawn in favor of
the Board of Directors of the Alms House and
Hospital for three hundred and ninety-eight
79-100 dollars, which is the City's share of the
expenses of said Board for Maroh, A. D., 1879.
YeasAids. Allen, Belote, Dowlan, Dreis,
Grace, Griggs, Kittson, O'Connor, McCarthy,
Smith, Sanborn, Mr. President12.
By Aid. Allen
Resolved, That seven dollars be refunded to
Prof. Saroni for 28 out lamps on March 13th,
being the amount of fines charged him by the
City for said out lamps.
YeasAid. Allen, Belote, Dowlan, Dries.
Grace, Griggs, Kittson, O'Connor, McCarthy,
Smith, Sanborn, Mr. President12.
Approved April 16,1879.
Resolved, That an order be drawn upon the
treasury in favor of Davis, O'Brien & Wilson,
attorneys, for the sum of forty-nine and 93-
100 dollars in payment and satisfaction of a
judgment of the Municipal Court in favor of
John O'Brien vs. the city of St. Paul et al.
YeasAid. Allen, Belote, Dowlan, Dreis,
Grace, Griggs, Kittson, McCarthy, O'Connor,
Smith, Sanborn, Mr. President12.
Approved April 16,1879.
Resolved, That Lamprey's subdivision of part
of block 11 of Robert and Randall's addition,
east of claim line, be and the same is hereby
accepted and adopted.
YeasAid. Allen, Belote, Dowlan, Dreis,
Griggs, McCarthy, O'Connor, Smith, Mr. Pres
ident9.
Approved April 16,1879.
By Committee of Ways and Means
Resolved, That upon the delivery to the city
of St. Paul of a good and sufficient warranty
deed, granting, conveving and dedicating for
the purpose of a public street, by a perfect
title, clear of all incumbrances, except such as
may arise by virtue of any tax assessed sub
sequent to January, 1872, for an undivided
one-half of the following described premises
situate in the county of Ramsey, in the State
of Minnesota, to-wit: A strip of land 60 feet
wide by 297 feet long, lying between Fourth
and Fifth streets and between blocks fifteen
(15) and sixteen (16) in Whitney & Smith's ad
dition, an order be drawn upon the treasury
for the sum of four hundred and eleven 21-100
dollars in full payment for said land in favor
ef Joel E. Whitney.
YeasAid. Belote, Dowlan, Dreis, Grace,
Griggs, Kittson, McCarthy, O'Connor, Smith,
Sanborn, Mr. President11.
Approved April 16,1879.
By Committee of Ways and Means
Resolved, That an order be drawn on the
Treasury in favor of James B. Beales, attorney,
for the sum of three hundred and twenty
two 74-100 dollars, and interest, in full pay
ment and satisfaction of judgment, in favor of
John C. O'Brien against the city of St. Paul, in
the district court.
YeasAid. Allen, Belote, Dowlan, Dreis,
Grace, Griggs, Kittson, McCarthy, O'Connor,
Smith, Sanborn, Mr. President12.
Approved April 16,1879.
Aid. Dries
'Resolved, That the plat of Hahn's Sub
division to St. Paul is hereby accepted, and
the proprietors thereof are hereby authorized
to have the same recorded.
YeasAid. Allen, Belote, Dowlan*- Dreis,
Grace, Griggs, Kittson, McCarthy, O'Connor,
Smith, Sanborn, Mr. President12.
Approved April 16,1879.
Aid. Dowlan
Resolved, That an order for two hundred dol
lars be drawn in favor o J. S. Bewail, do be
used in making repairs on the Seventh street
bridge.
YeasAid. Allen, Belote, Dowlan, Dreis,
Grace, Griggs, Kittson, McCarthy, O'Connor,
Smith, Sanborn, Mr. President12.
Approved April 16, 1879.
Aid. Smith
Resolved, That the giade as indicated on the
accompanying profiles of Laurel avenue from
Dale street to Western avenue, Mackubin stieet
from Dayton avenue to Summit avenue, Selby
avenue from Dale street to Mackubin street,
and Marshall avenue from Dale street to Mac
kubin street, all dated April 12, 1879, be and
are hereby adopted.
YeasAid. Allen, Belote, Dowlan, Dreis,
Grace, Griggs, Kittson, McCarthy, O'Connor,
Smith, Sanborn, Mr. President12.
Approved!April 16,1879.
Committee of Ways and Means
Resolved, That it is hereby made the duty of
the clerk of the municipal court, that when
ever any fines and forfeitures have been im
posed and collected under "an act for the pre
vention of cruelty to animals," approved
March 6, 1871, to pay the same over to the
Minnesota Society for the Prevention of Cruelty
to Animals in aid of the benevolent objects for
which it was incorporated, without any further
order or resolution ot the Common Council.
YeasAid. AUJU, Belote, Dowlan, Dreis,
Grace, Griggs, Kittson, McCarthy, O'Connor,
Smith, Sanborn, Mr. President12.
Approved April 16,1879.
By Aid. Dowlan
Resolved, That the voting place in the Second
precinct of the First Ward be changed to the
store of John Weise, at the junction of Grove
street and Broadway.
YeasAid. Allen, Belote, Dowlan, Dreis,
Grace, Griggs, Kittson, McCarthy, O'Connor,
Smith, Sanborn, Mr. President12.
Approved April 16,1879.
By Aid. Sanborn
Resolved, That the plat of Stinson and Ram
sey's subdivision of the west half of block 16,
of* Stinson, Browu atd Ramsey's addition t*
St. Paul, as surveyed by Ed. Hoenok, whose
certificate thereon is dated April 26, 1878, be,
and the same is hereby accepted.
YeasAid. Allen, Belote, Dowlan, Dreis,
Grace, Griggs, Kittson, McCarthys O'Connor,
Smith, Sanborn, Mr. President12.
Approved April 16, 1879.
Resolved, by the Common Council of the
City of Saint PaulThat the President of the
Common Council, Committee on Ways and
Means, and City Attorney, are hereby consti
tuted a special committee to consider the
interests of the City of Saint Paul, in aiding
railroads as provided by an Act of the Legisla
ture, approved February 28, A. D., 1879.
Furthermore, that forty thousand ($40,000.00)
dollars of the "Reserve Fund" is hereby set
apart in the city treasury Jfor the pnrpose of
purchasing such grounds, &c, for railroad pur
poses, as provided by the said legislative act,
as the said special committee may determine
for the best interests of the City nf Saint Paul.
And the City Clerk is hereby instructed to
draw orders upon the City treasury, from time
to time, upon the warrants of the said Special
Committee, after the same have been audited
by the City Comptroller.
YeasAid. Allen, Belote, Dowlan, Dreis
Grace, Griggs, Kittson, McCarthy, O'Connor,
Smith, Sanborn, Mr. President12.
Approved April, 16,-1879.
WHEREAS, W. L. Mint/er purchased at a city
assessment sale the real estate represented by
certificate No. 2,081, amount $68.44, which cer
tificate the said W. Mintzer claims to have
lost, and
WHEREAS, The said certificate of sale has
been redeemed, and the said Mintser is unable
to produce it to the City Treasurer, to enable
him to receive the money paid into the
treasury to redeem said certificate.
Resolved, That the said W. L. Mintzer, npon
making an affidavit of the loss of said certifi
cate, and executing a satisfactory bond to the
city of St. Paul and all others that are inter
ested in said property, to save said city and
said others harmless against all suits, actions,
costs or damages for or on account of said cer
tificate, the treasurer of the^oity of S Paul
is authorized to pay over to slid Mintser the
money paid him to redeem certificate of sale,
No. 2,081, as aforesaid.
YeasAid. Allen, Belote, Dowlan, Dreis
Grace, Griggs, Kittson, MoCarthy, O'Connor,,
Smith, Sanborn, Mr. President12.
Approved April 16,1879.
By Aid. Smith
Resolved, That the City Treasurer is hereby
required to obtain of each and every bank hav
ing city deposits, a renewal of all the securities
to the city of St. Panl for such deposits, and
present same to the Common Council for ap
proval. Furthermore, it shall be the dnty of
the City Treasurer to annually obtain securities
for said deposits, aud report the same to the
Common Council at their second regular meet
ing in the month of April of each year for ap
proval.
YeasAid. Allen, Belote, Dowlan, Dreis,
Grace, Griggs, Kittson, McCarthy, O'Connor,
Smith, Sanborn, Mr. President
Approved April 16,'1879, 'JW'*
Aid. Alle n
The City Council and Board of Publio Works
are respectfully invited to look at the condition
of things on Sibley street, between Fourth and
Fifth, and on Fourth and Fifth streets, in the
same vicinity. Here are hundreds of thousands
of dollars' worth of splendid new buildings,
and right in the midst of them are what re
mains of the hill out of which this splendid
business property was reclaimed. If the own
ers of this valuable property have not
publio spirit enough to improve it. they
should at least be compelled tojprevent it from
becoming a publio nuisance. The authorities
should, therefore, without delay have sidewalks
put down and the embankment sloped off to
an extent that will prevent the dirt from filling
the street and covering the sidewalks.
Resolved, That the Board of Public Works be
requested to lay the sidewalks on Sibley street
and on Fifth street, between Jackson and Sibley,
in accordance with past resolutions.
YeasAid. Allen, Belote, Dowlan, Dreis,
Grace, Griggs, Kittson, McCarthy, O'Connor,
Smith, Sanborn, Mr. President12.
Approved April 16,1879.
WBEBBAS, The persons herein after named
commenced business more than ninety days
after the first of January, 1878, and paid a full
year's license therefore,
Resolved, That an order receivable in part
payment of a license for the year 1879, and for
no other purpose whatever, be drawn upon the
Treasury in favor of the following named per
sons for the amount set opposite their re
spective names, to refund money paid for a li
cense for that part of the year 1878, which had
expired before they commenced business, viz:
Frederick Oelker, thirty-three 33-100 dollars
Gilbert Pottgeiser, fifty-eight 33-100 dollars
Sonner & Steffins, fifty-eight 33-100 dollars John
W. Sheehy, thirty-* hree 33-100 dollars Theodor
Hamm, forty-one 66-100 dollars Mrs. Seibert,
seventeen 50-100 dollars and Hiram Dyer,
twenty 88-100 dollars.
YeasAid. Allen, Belote, Dowlan, Dreis,
Grace, Griggs, Kittson, McCarthy, O'Connoi,
Smith, Sanborn, Mr. President12.
Approved April 16,1879.
Aid. McCarthy
Resolved, That the chairman of the Commit
tee on Fire Department be instructed to put
one cistern in the Sixth Ward, on the hill, as
the location may be designated by the alder
man of said ward, and the chairman of the
committee, and Engineer of the Fire Depart
ment, and one on the flats, without delay, ex
pense of both not to exceed $1,500 also one cis
tern on Dayton's Bluff, to be located by the
City Engineer.
YeasA d. Allen, Belote, Dowlan, Dreis,
Grace, Griggs, Kittson, McCarthy, O'Connor,
Sanborn. Mr. President11.
NaysAid. Smith1.
Approved April 16,1879.
Resolved, That a change of grade be and is
hereby ordered on the following streets, viz:
Cedar street as indicated by the red line on
profile dated January 15, 1878 John street
from Seventh to Prince street as indicated by
the red line on profile dated March 4th, 1879,
and Harriet street from Bluff street to Melrose
avenue, as indicated by the red line on profile
dated March 17th, 1879.
YeasAid. Allen, Belote, Dowlan, Dreis,
Grace, Griggs, Kittson, McCarthy, O'Connor,
Smith, Sanborn and Mr. President12.
Approved April 16,1879.
Aid. Griggs
Resolved, That the grades as indicated on the
accompanying profiles (of Mackubin street from
Charles street to Jay street, dated April 1,1879,
Josette street from Rondo street to Martin
street, dated March 15, 1879, and Louis street
from Bouth line of Fuller's addition to Rondo
street, dated March 15,1879,) by a red line, be
adopted as the grade for said streets between
the points mentioned.
YeasAid. Allen, Belote, Dowlan, Dreis,
Grace, Griggs, Kittson, McCarthy, O'Connor,
Smith, Sanborn, Mr. President12.
Approved April 16,1879.
In the matter of the report of the Board of
Public Works, dated April 11, 1879.
It is hereby ordered by the Common Council
of the city of Saint Paul:
That the Board of Public Works of said city
of Saint Paul cause the following improve
ments to be made, to-wit: Construct a sewer
on Third street from Wabashaw to Minnesota
street in said city. That said board cause
said work to be let by contract, aa provided by
law, without one-half of the estimated cost be
ing first paid into the city treasury, aud after
said work shall be placed under contract, said
board shall proceed without delay to assess the
amount as nearly as they can ascertain the
same, which will be required to pay costs and
necessary expenses of such improvement upon
the real estate to b* bofitod by said improve
ment, as provided by law. It being the opin
ion of the Council that real estate to be assess
ed for such improvement can be found bene
fited to the extent of the costs and expenses
necessary to be incurred thereby.
YeasAid. Allen, Belote, Dowlan, Dreis,
Grace, Griggs, Kittson, O'Connor, Smith,
Sanborn, Mr. President11.
NaysAid. McCarthy1.
Approved April 16, 1879.
Resolved, That the following citizens be, and
they are hereby appointed to act as judges for
the ensuing municipal election:
FIRST WABD.
First PrecinctJohn X. Davidson, J. H. Hil
debrand, Henry Habighurst.
Second PrecinctJ. C. Quinby, M. Roach,
J. H. Matthews.
SECOND WABD.
First PrecinctJohn O'Connor, Jacob Heck,
0. C. Berkman.
Second PrecinctJoseph Guion, John Butler,
W. F. Mason.
THIRD WABD.
First PrecinctE. L. Larpentuer, N. Wagner,
John Lunkenheimer, Jr.
Second PrecinctJohn Mctzdorf, Stephen
Dcnzer, J. D. Ludden.
FOURTH WABD.
First PrecinctHiram Still well A. S. Elfelt,
H. Hanchell.
Second PrecinctD. R. Brill, Capt. E. Bell,
E. Prendergast.
Third PrecinctJ. J. McCardy, James Grace,
Carl Schultz.
FIFTH WABD.
First PrecinctDr. R. Schiffman, W. D.
Wright, Bertram Schaeffer.
Second PrecinctS. J. Corrigan, Noah Sinks,
S. T. Painter.
SIXTH WABD.
John Costello, R. Wincheil, Louis Tuchelt.
YeasAid. Allen, Belote, Dowlan, Dreis,
Grace, Griggs, Kittson, McCarthy, O'Connor,
Smith, Sanborn, Mr. President12.
Approved April 16,1879.
WHEREAS, I the matter of straightening
Cedar street, in the city of Saint Paul, from
Ninth street to north side of lot 8 in block 12,
Robert & Randall's addition, an amicable ar
rangement has been made between the city of
Saint Paul and William Cutler, owner of
that part of lot ten (10), in block twelve (12),
in Robert & Randall's addition to Saint Paul,
fronting on said Cedar street as at present
opened, whereby the said William J. Cutler is
to pay for a conveyance in fee simple by the
city of Saint Paul as a party of the fitst
part to him as party of the second part, with
the usual covenants of warranty and clear of
the publio right of way for the consideration
of nine hundred dollars, to be paid by himjto
the said cityall that tract of land situated in
the county of Bamsey and State of Minnesota,
described as follows, to-wi.: All that tract of
land contained between the north line of Nidth
street and the north line of lot ten (10), in
block twelve (12), in Robert A Randall's addi
tion to Saint Paul, in accordance with the plat
of said addition filed of record in the office of
Register of Deeds of Ramsey county in the
State of Minnesota, (said north line of lot ten
(101 being produced in a straight line westerly)
and the present west line of said lot ten (10)
bounding on Cedar street as now opened, and
the east line of Cedar street, aa now proposed
to be straightened by said city of St. Paul, said
last mentioned or east line being drawn
straight from the northwest corner of block
thirteen (13) of said Robert & Randall's addi
tion, to a point opposite to and sixty feet east
erly from the northeast corner of block six (6),
in said addition, said tract being forty-five
feet, more or less, in width on the said lino of
Ninth street, and thirty-two feet, more or less,
in width on the said line of lot ten (10). It
being intended to convey hereby all of the land
east of the said proposed east line of Cedar
street, when straightened aforesaid between
the north line of Ninth street and said north
line of lot ten (10), and the present line of
Cedar street as now opened adjoining the land
of said party of the second part.
The said deed and money to be deposited
with the First National bank of Saint Paul, or
the President thereof, in escrow or in trust, to
be exchanged and delivered when the said pub
lic right of way in said last mentioned tract of
land shall be vacated.
Now it is resolved, That the said arrange
ment with said William J. Cutler be and the
same is hereby ratified, and that a conveyance
as aforesaid to the said William J. Cutler be
executed, on the part of *aid City of St. Panl,
by the Mayor and Clerk, under the corporate
seal of said city and deposited with the First
National Bank of St. Panl, or its president in
escrow, with the Bald sum of nine hundred dol
lars to be placed therewith in said bank, or
with its president in trust, nntil the public
right of way aforesaid is vacated, and then the
said deed upon payment of said sum to said
city is to be delivered to the said William J.
Cutler. Provided, however, that the said Wil
liam J. Cutler shall be at liberty to rescind the
said arrangement and withdraw the said moneys
if the said public-right -f s in n"t y*y
within a reasonable time.
leasAid. Allen, Belote, Dowlan, Dreis,
Brace, Griggs, Kittson, McCarthy, O'Connor,
Smith, Sanborn, Mr. President12. f
Approved April 16,1879.
OBOIMAMOB NO. 162.
An ordinanoe to repeal the market ord
nauces, and to establish a market place for
the sale of vegetables.
The Common Council of the city of St. Paul
do ordain as follows
Sep, 1. Thst ordinance number thirty-eight,
an ordinance in relation to markets, approved
Ootober 9th, 1869, and all ordinances amenda
tory thereof, is hereby-repealed.
Sec. 2. That Seventh street, from the east
side of Wabaahaw street to the east side of
Cedar street, and Cedar street from Seventh
street to south side of Ninth street, is hereby
designated and established as a market place,
where farmers, gardeners or persons producing
vegetables may stand with their wagons, vehi
cles or teams for the sale of their produce or
vegetables, provided, however, that such teams
shall always be arranged close to the sidewalk.
Sec. 3. Butchers who have bad to relinquish
stalls in the publio market are hereby author
ized and entitled to receive a license to keep a
butcher's shop or stall as provided in ordinance
number four, for the year 1879, on payment of
$33.33, being the amount due from May 1st,
1879, when their lease in the publio market
expires.
Sec. 4. This]ordinance to be in force from
and after its passage.
YeasAid. Allen, Belote, Dowlan, Dreis,
Grace, Griggs, Kittson, McCarthy, O'Connor,
Smith. Sanborn, Mr. President12.
Passed April 15,1879.
WM. RHOMB,
President of the Council.
Approved April 16,1879.
WM. DAWSON,
Mayor.
Attest:
M. J. O'Connor,
City Clerk.
ORDINANCE NO. 163.
An ordinanoe to amend section, one (1) of an
ordinance to amend ordinance thirty-four,
an ordinance in relation to impounding ani
mals, pounds and pound master, approved
April s, 1878.
The Common Council of the City of St. Paul do
ordain as follows:
Section 1. Section one (1) of an ordinance to
amend ordinanoe 34, an ordinance in relation
to impounding animals, pounds and pound
master, approved April 3. 1878, is hereby
amended so as to read as follows:
Section 1. The mayor of the city of St. Paul
shall from time to time detail one or more po
licemen or some other and suitable person or
persons, who shall be vested with the usual
powers and authority of police officers ef said
city, who shall perform and discharge all the
duties heretofore required and enjoined by
ordinances or otherwise upon the pound master
of said city, or which may hereafter be re
quired of the policemen or persons detailed as
aforesaid by the Common Council of said city.
Sec. 2. This ordinance to be in force from
and after its passage.
YeasAid. Allen, Belote, Dowlan, Dreis,
Grace, Griggs, Kittson, McCarthy, O'Connor,
Smith, Sanborn, Mr. President12.
Passed April 15th, 1879.
WM. RHODBS,
President of Council.
Approved April 16th, 1879.
W M. DAWSON,
Mayor.
Attest:
M. J. O'CONNOB,
City Clerk.
O&DINANOB No. 161.
An ordinance to appropriate money to pay
damages occasioned by change of grade on
Fifth street, in the Fifth Ward of said oity.
The Common Council of the City of St. Paul
do ordain as follows:
Section 1. That there be, and is hereby ap
propriated out of any money in the City Treas
ury not otherwise appropriated, the following
sums, viz.:
To Thomas Burmmgham 93 00
To Patrick Brown 125 00
To John Mullery 162 00
in full payment of the damages sustained by
said parties, by reason of a change of grade on
Fifth street, and that an order be drawn upon
the Treasury for the foregoing sums in favor
of said parties whenever they shall execute a
satifactory release to the City for all damages
growing out of any change of grade on Fifth
street.
Sec. 2. This ordinance to be in force from
and after its passage.
YeasAid. Allen, Belote, Dowlan, Dreis,
Grace, Griggs, Kittson, McCarthy, O'Connor,
Smith, Sanborn, Mr. President12.
Passed April 15, 1879.
WM. BHODXS,
President of Council.
Approved April 16,1879.
WM. DAWSON,
Mayor.
Attest:
M. J. O'CONNOK,
City Clerk.
OmmfAsrair No. 165. ___
An ordinance to appropriate and set apart cer
tain bonds for the construction of a main
sewer in the Fifth Ward.
The Common Council of the city of St. Paul
do ordain as follows:
Section 1. That there is hereby appropriated
and set apart, as applicable to the construction
of the hereinafter named sewer, and for no
other purpose whatever, city bonds authorized
to be issued by virtue of an act relative to
sewers in the city of St. Paul, approved Feb
ruary 17, 1873, viz.: For a sewer on Locust
street, from Tenth street to Eighth street, then
on Eighth street from Locust street to Kittson
street, then on Kittson street from Eighth
street to Fifth street, with temporary outlet on
Fifth street to Trout brook, nine thousand six
hundred dollars.
Sec. 2. The bonds authorized to be issued
by this ordinance shall be issued in denomina
tions of $600 and $1,000, with interest at the
rate of 6 per cent, per annum, payable semi
annually at the financial agency of the city of
St. Paul, in the city of New York, and shall
bear date on the first day of June, 1879.
Sec. 3. Before any of the money realized
from the sale of any of the foregoing bonds
shall be considered applicable to the construc
tion of the foregoing sewer, the Common
Council must order, if property to be assessed
can be found benefited to that extent, an as
sessment of at least one dollar and fifty cents
per foot on property fronting thereon.
This ordinance to be in force from and after
its passage.
YeasAid. Allen, Belote, Dowlan, Dreis,
Grace, Griggs, Kittson, McCarthy, O'Connor,
Smith, Sanborn, Mr. President12.
Passed April 15, 1879.
WM. RHODES,
President of Council.
Approved April 16,1879.
WM. DAWSON,
1
Attest:
M. J. O'CONNOB,
Gity Clerk.
Mayor.
OBDrNAMOE No. 166.
An ordinance to authorize the removal and
erection of wooden buildings.
The Common Council of the city of St. Panl
do ordain as follows:
Section 1. That permission is hereby given
Peter Pfeiffer to remove the two-story wooden
building No. 106 from off Wabashaw street, to
a point nearly opposite i the west side of
Cedar street.
Sec. 2. That permission is hereby given to
Henry Bonn to remove the one-story Wooden
building No. 87 from off the north side of
Sixth street, to a point hearj^r opposite the S
Paul Manufacturing company building on
Cedar street.
Sec. 3. That permission is hereby given to
the Northern Pacific Railroad company to erect
an addition to the freight depot of said com
pany of wood, to be located between Broadway
and Wacouta streets, and south of Third street
Sec. 4. That permission is hereby granted to
George Benz to erect and maintain that cer
tain wooden shed adjoining the rear of his
brick block on Hill street, as the same now
stands.
Sec. 5. This ordinance to be in force from
and after its passage.
YeasAid. Allen, Belote, Dowlan, Dreis,
Grace, Griggs, Kittson, McCarthy, O'Connor,
Smith, Sanborn, Mr. President12.
Passed April 15, 1879.
WM. RHODES,
President of Council.
Approved April 16,1879.
WM. DAWSON,
JT-- Mayor.
Attest:
M. O'OoirwoB,
.City Clerk.
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OBDDIAMCI No. 167.
An ordinance to amend certain sections of ordi
nance No. thirty-eight (38) and to establish a
market place.
The Common 'Council of the city of Saint
Paul do ordain as follows:
Section 1. That sections one (1), five (5),
eight (8), twelve (12), fifteen (15), thirty-eix
(36), thirty-eight (38), thirty-nine (39). forty
(40) of ordinance No. thirty-eight (38) be and
the same hereby are amended so aa to read aa
follows, viz:
Section 1. Seventh street from the east side
of Wabashaw street to the east side of Cedar
street, and Cedar street, from Seventh street to
the Bouth Bide of Ninth street in the city of
Saint Panl, are hereby designated and estab
lished as a market place of said city, subject
to all the regulations and provisions of this or
dinance, and the same shall be termed the pub
lic market of this city.
See. 5. The said market place shall be open
for the business of the public market, Sunday
excepted, from the first day of November to
the first day of April, from daylight to eight
o'clock at night, and from the first day of
April to the first day of November, from day
light to twelve o'clock at noon, and not ether
wise. ProTided that on every Saturday, from
the first day of November said public market
shall be open from four o'clock A. X. to eight
o'clock p. M.
Sec. 8. The Market Master shall cause the
aid public market to be thoroughly cleansed In
S.' .O
the af tornoon of the same day of whioh the
same has been opened in said market.
See. i 12. All vehicles in which articles are
brought to market for sale and all vehicles and
stands from whioh any articles are sold shall
be plaoed aa near to the sidewalks upon said
streets asis practicable and shall be arranged
as the Market Master shall direct.
Sec. IS. It shall not be lawful for any
huckster, forestaFler, grocer or other person to
occupy the space in or about said Public Mar
ket for the purpose of vending any meats, but
ter, vegetables, fruits, nuts or other articles of
merchandise previously purchased by them,
under a penalty of twenty-five dollars for each
and every offense.
Sec. 36. It shall be the duty of the Market
Master, under the direction of the Committee
on Markets, to cause the said Public Market to
be kept neat and clean, to cause wagons, teams
and other vehicles to be placed in the Market
streets so as to best suit the convenience of the
public and of the buyers and sellers, to take
charge of and safely keep the weights and
measures belonging to said Public Market and
neither to use or suffer the same to be used for
any other pnrpose than that of testing suspect
ed weights and measures, to preserve order
during market hours, to prevent and remove
all obstructions in said Market and nuisances
found therein, to remove all vagrants and dis
orderly persons from loitering in or about said
Publio Market, to adjust and arrange the
stands and situations for the sale of all articles
sold in said Public Market. And it shall be
the specified duty of said Market
Master to cause all the provisions
of this and all other ordinances
relating to the markets to be observed and
obeyed, and to cause all violations of the same
to be prosecuted before the Municipal Court,
and to make all seizures authorized by this or
dinance.
Sec. 38. Every person who shall resist said
market master in the lawful discharge of the
several duties imposed upon him by this ordi
nance, shall be fined on conviction thereof be
fore the Municipal court in a sum not exceed
ing fifty dollars.
Sec 39. Every person who shall in any par
ticular violate any provision of this ordinance,
shall on conviction thereof before the Munici
pal court, be fined in any sum not less than
ten dollars nor more than one hundred dollars
for every such offense.
Sec. 40. It shall be the dnty of the market
master to have enforced within the city the
provisions of "An act entitled an act to secure
uniformity in weights and measures, being
chapter twenty-seven|of the public statutes, and
chapter thirty-two of the revised statutes of
the State of Minnesota, approved March 12,
1861." Also, "An act to prevent the sale of un
ripe cranberries, approved February 25, A.
1861," and whenever any violations of either of
these acts are brought to his knowledge to com
mence proceedings before the Municipal court
against the offender or offenders.
Butchers who had to relinquish stalls in the
public market, are hereby authorized and en
titled to receive a license to keop a butcher
shop or stall, as provided in ordinanoe No. 4,
for the year 1879 on payment of thirty-three
83-100 dollars, being the amount due from May
1st, 1879, when their leases in the public mar
ket expire.
YeasAid. Allen, Belote, Dowlan, Dreis,
Grace, Griggs, Kittson, McCarthy, O'Connor,
Smith, Sanborn, Mr. President12.
Passed April 15,1879.
WM. RHODES,
President of Council.
Approved April 16,1879.
WM. DAWSON,
Mayor.
Attest: M. J. O'CONNOR,
City Clerk.
Arrival and Departure i nails at the St
Paul Post Office.
EasternArrives daily except Monday at 6 30 a
and 3 00 in except Sunday. Closes daily except
Sunday at 10 45 a m, and 6 46 except Saturday.
SPECIALHastings, Bed Wing, Lake City, Waba
shaw, Winona and La Crosse, Wis., arrives daily ex
cept Monday at 6 30 am, and closes daily except Sat
urday at 6 45pm.
Milwaukee A St, Paul Railroad, {Iowa Div.}
Arrives daily except Sunday at 6 46 m. Closes daily
except Sunday at 6 00 a m.
St. Paul & St. Louis, Mo., RouteArrives daily
except Sunday at 7 00 a m. Closes daily except Sat
urday at 7 30pm.
SPECIALSFarmington, Northfleld and Faribault,
closes daily except Sunday at 4 45 pm. Arrives
daily except Sunday at 1145 a m.
West Wisconsin RailroadArrives daily except
Sunday at S 00 m. Closes daily except Sunday at
10 46 a m.
SPECIALSElroy and Harvard BouteBlack Biver
Falls, Eau Claire and Menominee, Wis., arrives daily
Monday excepted at 6 30 a m. Closes daily Saturday
excepted at 6 45 m.
St. Paul A Sioux Oity RailroadArrives daily
except Sunday at 11 30 a m. Closes daily except
Sunday at 3 00 m.
Fort SneUiiKj, Minn.Arrives daily at 5:15 m.
Closes daily at 8 30 a m.
SPECIALSShakopee, Jordan, Belle Plains, Hen
derson, Le Sueur, St. Peter, Mankato, Madelia and
and St. James, doses daily except Sunday at 6 30 a
Arrives daily except Sunday at 6 25 m.
Bloomington FerryWednay Dtuiajf,
closesat 6 30 a m. -Arrives at 11 30 a m.
St. LawrenceThursday, closes at 6 30 a m. Ar
rives at 1130 a m.
Hastings dk Dakota RailroadArrives daily ex
cept Sunday at 6 25 m. Closes daily except Sunday
at 6 30 a
St. Paul PaeiHc Railroad (Main Line.)St
Paul to BreckenridgeArrives daily except Sunday
at 10 40 m. Closes daily except Sunday at 4 30 m.
SPECIALSDelano, Litchfield, WillmarCloses
daily except Sunday at 9:00 arrives daily ex
cept Sunday at 6 45 m.
SPECIALSMinneapolis closes daily except Sunday
6 30 am, 11 30 am and 5 20p m. Arrives daily ex
cept Sunday atOOOam, 300pmand7 30pm.
Fort Sisseton, DakotaTuesdays and Thurs
days and Saturdays at 10 40 a m., closes same days
at 4 30 m.
St. Paul dk Pacific Railroad (Branch Line)
Arrives daily except Sunday at 7 pm. Closes daily
except Sunday at 7 a m.
SIX Paul Duluth RailroadArrives daily ex
cept Sunday at 4 40 m. Closes daily except Sun
day at 7 80 a m.
SPECIALSStillwater, arrives daily, Sundays ex
cepted, at 10 30 a m, and 4 40 m. doses
daily, Sundays excepted, at 7 30 a m, and 3 30 m.
North Wisconsin RailroadSt. Paul to Clayton,
WisArrives at 3 00 m, closes at 10 45 a m.
Northern Pacific RailroadArrive* daily except
Sunday at 7 pm. Closes at 7 a m.
Pembina, DakotaArrives daily except Sunday
at 10 40 am. Closes at 4 30 m.
Fort Ruford, DakotaArrives Mondays, Wednes
days and Fridays, at 7 m. Closes Mondays, Wednes
days and Fridays, at 7 a m.
Fort Berthold, DakotaArrives Mondays,
Wednesdays and Fridays, 7 pm. Closes Mondays,
Wednesdays and Fridays, at 7 a m.
Fort Keogh, M. J1.Arrives
Mondays, Wednes
days and Fridays at 7 pm. Closes Mondays,
Wedndnesdasys Fridays at 7 a m.
Sealed Proposals
Will be received by the Common Council of the
City of St. Paul, at the office of the Gity Comp
troller, nntil 3 o'clock P. M., of Saturday, the
26th day of April, 1879, for the erection and
construction of a
PUBLIC MARKET HOUSE!
According to plans and specifications in the
office of AVM. Uadcliff, Esq., architect, Inger
soH's block. Separate bids will be received
for the excavation and masonry, for the brick
work and furnishing the brick, for the carpen
ter work and furnishing the lumber, for the
plastering and furnishing the materials
therefor, and for the entire building finished
and complete.
The excavation and basement walls to be
completed by the first day of August main
walls and brick work, the 15th day of Septem
ber roof on and enolesed ready for plastering,
the 16th day of October plastering completed
the 15th of November, and building fully com
pleted by the first day of January, 1880.
A bond, with at least two sureties, in a sum
of at least 25 per cent, of the gross amount of
bid, must accompany each bid.
The contractor will be entitled to receive the
old market building and the surplus stone
taken from the excavation.
The Common Council reserves the right to
reject any or all bids.
April 17,1879. A. ALLEN,
C. W. GBIGOS,
THOMAS GBAOE,
93-102 Committee on Markets.
HOTELS.
International Hotel,
Corner 7th Jackson Streets, St. Paul.
Three minutes walk from the depot Firs proof.
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIME8,$1JS0 PER DAT.
Give it a trial, and see for yourselves.
M.T.C. FLOWER, Proprietor.
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T.
la dr goods or grocery
store by a youn badexperience
in each Beat of reference. Address G&OBZ
Pice
L. HEDDEBLT, Dentist, 107 Washington ave
nue south. eo-
WANTEDOneEast BESslabdry north*
large or two small rooms, unfur
nished, on Side near Suspension Bridge.
State terms. Address H. B. H Box 110. 70*
gang wood In the city, $1.75
wood, $2.25, at No. 10 Washington avenue
LEGAL8.
STATE
OF MINNESOTA, RAMSEY COUNTY
ss. In District Court
iteuno Beaupre and Patrick H. Kelly aga.nst Albert
Soheffer, etaU.
The receiver in this action, appointed for the benw
fit of the creditors of Martin Shrwood, has made
and filed in said court his report of the condition of
the trust estate, whereby he states that one Oliver
Ashley has offered to purchase the only remaining
land belonging to said estate, namely, the "Parker
farm," at the price of $1,200, payable $300 in cash
and the residue in one, two and three years in equal
installments, with interest on the different payments
from date of conveyance at the rate of ten per cent.
per year, to be secured by a first mortgage on such
farm, and whereby he recommends the acceptance
of such offer, and prays that fie be directed to sell,
and convey such farm on those terms and whereby
he states that he has transferred the mortgage for,
81,000 taken from Lysander Cook, pursuant to the
order of said court, to Maurice Auerbach and George,
It. Finch at the face value thereof to apply on their
first lien on said estate, subject however, to the an-'
proval of said court and whereby he states that saidj
Auerbach and Finch are willing and offer to accept
the mortgage contemplated by said offer of said
Ashley at the face 'value thereof upon such lien in
case such offer is accepted and whereby he sets
forth his account to date, and shows that ft said
offer of said Ashley be accepted and carried into
execution there will not be sufficient realized to
satisfy said first lien, and he will be ready forthwith
to render his final account and should thereupon be
discharged
Now therefore, on application of said plaintiffs and
of said receiver, and after due consideration,
It is ordered, that the beneficiaries of said trust,
and all parties interested in said estate, do be and
appear before said court at the court house in
Saint Paul, in said county and State, at the special
term of said court to be held at 10 o'clock A.K. on
the 10th day of May, A. D. 1879, and show cause
why said receiver's report should not be confirmed,
and why said offer of said Oliver Ashley should not
be accepted, and why said Parker farm should not
be sold and conveyed in pursuance thereof, and why
said transfer of said Cook mortgage should not be
appsoved, and why the mortgage to be taken under
the offer of said Ashley, if any, should not be trans
ferred to said Auerbach and Finch at the face value
thereof upon their said first lien upon said estate,
and why the final account of said receiver should
not then be rendered, passed and he be dis
charged, and why such further and other order and
relief should not then be made or given, as may
then appear just and proper.
It is further ordered, that notice of said hearing be
given by the publication of a true copy of this order
for and during the period of twenty-one consecutive
days (Sundays excepted) once each day in one of
the daily newspapers printed and published in said
city of Paint Paul, and that such publication be com
menced within three days from the date of this
order.
Dated April 9th, A. 1879.
86-109 ORLANDO SIMONS, District Judge.
WHEREAS,d
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JVEEKLY GIOBE
One Dollar a Year
.71'
John Butler and Anna Butler, his
wife, di on the eighth day ef October, A. D.
1875, execute and deliver to The Savings Bank of
Saint Paul, a certain indenture of mortgage bearing
date on said day, for the purpose of securing the
payment of certain sums of money therein men
tioned, whereby the said John Butler and the said
Anna Butler, his wife, did grant, bargain, sell and
convey to the said The Savings Bank of Saint Paul,
its successors and assigns forever, all those tracts
and parcels of land lying and being in the county of
Ramsey, and State of Minnesota, together with aQ
the appurtenances and hereditaments'thereunto be
longing described as follows, to-wit: Commencing at
a point on the north hue of Eleventh street two hun
dred and two-thirds (200%) feet easterly from the
northeast corner of Wabashaw and Eleventh streets,
thence running easterly on the north line of'Ssid
Eleventh street forty and one-third40 feet, thence
running northerly on a line parallel with the east
line of said Wabashaw street one hundred and eighty
one (181) feet, thence running westerly on a fane
parallel with the north line of said Eleventh street
forty and one-third (40}) feet, thence running south
erly on a line parallel with the east line of said Wa
bashaw street one hundred and eighty-one (181) feet
to place of beginning.
Also, commencing at a pomt on northerly hue of
Eleventh street one hundred and sixty and one-third
(160%) feet easterly from the northeasterly corner of
Wabashaw and Eleventh streets, thence running
northerly on a hue parallel to Wabashaw street one
hundred and twenty (120) feet to the southwesterly
corner of land to be conveyed, thence running east
erly parallel to Eleventh street forty and ore-ihl-d
(40%) feet, therfce northerly parallel to Wal aahaw
street sixty-one (61) feet, thence westerly pan. .ci to
Eleventh street forty and one-third (40%)feet, tnence
southerly parallel to Wabashaw street sixty-one (61)
feet, to the place of beginning.
All the above described property being parts of
southwest quarter (S. W. of section thirty-one
(31), township twenty-nine (29), range twenty-two
(22), in the city of Saint Paul, Minnesota. Which
said indenture of mortgage, duly acknowledged, was,
on the 9th day of October, A. D. 1875, at one o'clock
and twenty minutes p. duly recorded in the office
of the register of deeds in and for the county of
Bamsey and State of Minnesota, in Book 34 of Mort
gages, on page 569.
And whereas, the said John Butler and the said
Anna Butler, his wife, did covenant and agree in
said mortgage in case of a foreclosure thereof to pay
to said The Savings Bank of Ssint Paul, its succes
sors and assigns, the sum of one hundred ($100) dol
lars attorney's fees. And whereas, default has been
made in the condition of said mortgage, and here
is, at the date of this notice, due upon said mortgage
for principal and interest, the stun of twelve hundred
and forty-five and 80-100 dollars ($1215.80), and
seventy-five dollars ($75) attorney's fees, and no suit
or proceedings at law have been instituted to recover
said debt secured by said mortgage or any part
thereof.
Now, therefore, notice is hereby given, that by
virtue of a power of sale in said indenture of mort
gage contained, and agreeably to the statute in such
_JO uo iiiuviota, tnwwjaTe uesuibed mort
gaged premises will be sold in separate ~i-
the sheriff of Bamsey county aforesaid, at public
auction, to the highest bidder for cash, on
MONDAY, THE 26TH DAY OF MAY, A. D. 1879,
at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of that day, at the front
door of the old Court House, in the city of St. Paul,
in said Bamsey county, to satisfy the amount due
upon the aforesaid mortgage, said attorney's fees,
and all legal costs, charges and disbursements.
Dated St.Paul, Minn., April 10th, A. D. 1879.
THE SAVING9 BANK OF SAINT PAUL,
Mortgagee.
COMFORT & COHT,
Attorneys for Mortgagee. apUl-7w-fri
Notice of Mortgage Sale.
Notice is hereby given that default has been made
in the condition of payment of a certain mortgage
made by H. A. Weigelt, the mortgagor, to Bobert A.
Smith, the mortgagee, dated the 15th day of January,
A. D. 1873, and recorded in the office -of the Begister
of Deeds, in and for the county of Bamsey, in the
State of Minnesota, on the 20th day of January, A.
D. 1873, at 9:20 o'clock A. M. in book 30 of mortgages,
on page 3*5.
That there is claimed to be due, and is due and
unpaid on said mortgage, and the debt secured there
by, at the date of this notice, twelve hundred and
seventy and 86-100 dollars, and that no action or
proceeding at law or otherwise has been had or in
stituted to recover said debtor any part thereof.
That the description of the premises and real
estate embracd in and covered by said mortgage is
as follows: All that tract or parcel of land lying aud
being in the county of Bamsey and State of Minne
sota, described as follows, to-wit: Lots numbered
twenty-four (24), twenty-five (25), twenty-six (26) and
twenty-seven (27), in block number eight (8), in
Smith's subdivision of block number eight (8), of
Stinson's division to the city of Saint Paul, accord
ing to the recorded plat thereof in the office of the
Begister of Deeds, iu and for the county of Bamsey
and State aforesaid, with the hereditaments and ap
purtenances belonging and pertaining thereto.
That by virtue of a powerof sale contained in said
mortgage, and recorded therewith, and pursuant to
the statute in such case made and provided, the said
mortgaged premises, or so much thereof as may be
necessary, will be sold at public auction to the highest
bidder by the undersigned, the sheriff of said Bam
sey county, at the front door of the old Court House
in the city of Saint Paul, in said Bamsey county, at
ten (10) o'clock in the forenoon of Friday, the 25th
day of April, A. D. 1879, to satisfy and pay the
amount of said mortgage debt then due and un
paid, together with the costs of these foreclosure pro
ceedings, and the further sum of fifty dollars stipu
lated in said mortgage as attorney's fees, and said
mortgage thereby foreclosed.
Dated St. Paul, March 5th, 1879.
JAMES KING,
Sheriff of Bamsey County, Minnesota.
War. 8. Moouc, Attorney for Mortgagee.
BOBKRT A. 8KTXH, Mortgagee.
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STATE
OF MINNESOTAfJOTJNTr OF BAM*
BEYss. In Probate Court, special term, April
10th, 1879.
In the matter of the estate of William B. Reynolds,
deceased: Whereas, Anlnstroment in writing, purporting to
be the last wul and testament of William B. Beynolds,
deceased, late of said county, has been delivered to
this court
And Whereas, Sarah R. Beynolds has filed
therewith her petition, representing among other
things that said William B. Reynolds died in said
county on or about' the 18th day of January, 1879,
testate, and that said petitioner is the sole execu
trix named in said last will and testament, and
praying that the said instrument may be ad
mitted to probate, and that letters testamentary be to
her issued thereon
It is ordered, That the proofs of said instrument,:
and the said petition, be heard before this Court, at
the Probate office in said county, on the eighth
day of May, A. D. 1879, at ten o'clock in the
forenoon, when all concerned may appear and con
test the probate of said instrument
And it is further ordered, That public notice of
the time and place of said hearing be given to all per
sons interested, by publication of these orders for
three weeks successively previous to said day of hear
ing, in the DAILY GLOBE, a newspaper printed
and published at Saint Paul, in said county.
By the Court. HENRY O'OOBMAN,
[L. 8.1 Judge of Probate.
SMITH EOAH, Attorneys for Petitioner.
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Execution Sale.
Under and by virtue of an execution Issued out of
and under the seal of the District Court for the Sec
ond Judicial District, County of Bamsey and State
of Minnesota, to me directed, upon a certain Judg
ment rendered in said court and docketed in said
Ramsey county on the 2d day of April, A.D. 1879, in
favor of Goart Hewitt and against Andrew Gleaaon,
for the sum of $883 53,1 have levied upon the foV
lowing decribed real estate situated in said Ramsey
county, known and designated as follows, viz: The
east two-thirds 4 lots five (5) and eight (8) in
block eleven^11) in Bazttie ft Gnerin's addition to
St. Paul, according to -the recorded plat thereof qp
file in the office of the Begister of Deeds for safil
Bamsey county, with the hereditaments and appur
tenances, together with all the right, title and interest
which said Andrew Gleaeon had in or to said prem
ises and property on the 5th day of December, 1878,
or at any time afterwards, and being the same prem
ises and property by me heretfore, on said Decem
ber 5th, 1878, duly attached, by virtue of a certain
writ of attachment on that day to me duly issued
out of and under the seal of said court and notice
is hereby given mat on the i
SEVENTEENTH DAT,0F MAT, 1879,
at 10 a'clock in the forenoon, at the front door of the
old.Court House in the city of St. Paul, iu said Bam
sey county, I win offer said real estate and premises
so levied upon for sale and will sell the same at pub
lic auction to the highest bidder, for cash, to satisfv
the amount that shall then be due on said execution
with the costs and expenses of sale.
JAMES KING,
Sheriff of Bamsey Co., Minn.
Gso.L. &-CBMS.E. Ona, ?,m
PlainttfTs attorneys. _.,
Dated SL Panl, April 3,1879.
TRAVELEBS' GUIDE.
St. Post! SoUrooa Ttote Tables.
Wbmt Division St. & K. ft at. & St.
P.&P. Ksdlroad Lines.
For Breckenridge, Olyndon Usher's Landing and
St. Vincent.
MAIH UHXWIST AJTO XOBTH.
Leave. Arrive.
5:00 p. m. I Breckenridge 5:00 a
6.40p.m. I Fisher'sL'g 100
5:15 a I St. Vincent. 6:11
BAST AUD SOUTH
Leave- Arrive
!5.T
St. Paul
Minneapolis Breckenridge
em
-.V 5 I BreckenndgelO -16
Ftoher'sLand'g 2:40 Minneapolis .10:01 a
BreckenHdge ....10:35pm I StPauLTT: 10:35am
Branch line for St Cloud, Sauk Centre, Alex
anuria and Bismarck.
St. Paul 7:30 am
Minneapolis 7:52 am
St Cloud ..12:10pm
Alexandria.. :35
Alexandria 8:30 am I Minneapolis 6:26um
St Cloud 2:50pm I StPaul 6:40pra
St Paul and Minneapolis Trains.
Leave. Leave.
St,Paul 7:00 a.m. Minneapolis i:52
St. Paul 9:86 a. m. MinneapolislO 01
StPaul 12:00m. |MinneapohslC:35
St.Paul 3:00 p.m. Minneanoiis 2:00
St. Paul 6:00 p.. m. Minneapo'is 4.30
St.Paul 6:50 p. m. Minneapolis 6.45
Arrive.
StPaul.. StPaul.. St. Paul.
St. Paul.
St. Paul.
St. Paull
a a
a in
6:0 0 pm.
6:5 0 p.m
Arrive.
Minneapolis 7:30a.m. StPau 8:30am
Minneapolis 10:13a.m. StPau 10:35am
Minneapolis 12:30 p.m. St Paul.. 11:05 a.
Minneapolis 8:80 p. a St.Pau 2:35 p.m
Minneapolis 6:40 p.m. St.Paul.... 6:00 p.ia
Mmneapobs. 6.26 p.a. St.Pau 7.15 p.m
Elk Biver Accommodation.
Leave Elk Biver. 6.00 A Arrive St. Panl 10.55
StPaul ...3.30PM I Elk River.. 7.05p*
Main line trains run through to St Viuceut vntoout
changepalace sleeping coach attached.
J. P. FARLEY, Gen 1 Slsnseer and Receiver.
W. 8. AXXXAJTDKB, Genera' Passenger Aeent.
Chicago, Milwaukee & M. Paul Kaiiwny,
Passenger Depot foot of Jackson street. Ticket
and Freight Office Southeast Corner of Third and
Jackson streets. Thompson Pet sen, Ticket Agents,
St. PauL
TBAINS. LXAVX.
Biver Division
Through Chicago East
ern Express
Through Chicago & East
ern Express
Iowa and Minnesota Div...
Prairie du Chien, Milwau
kee and Chicago Express
St. Louis & Kansas City Ex
do do do
Owatonna Passenger...
11:22 am 2:4Tpm
t7:40 6:10 a as
*G:35 am
6:35 am
t8:05
*5:15
6:30 8:30 16:45 a
*11:30 am
St. Paul and Minneapolis trams via Fort Snellmg
Lve. St. Paul $6:20 a mlArr.Minneapolis 7:10 a
8:25 am 9:15 am
10:05 am
t^M 2:55 pm|
1:35 mi
6:30 pm!
Le. Minneapolis *6:25 a Arr. St. Paul
8:15 a ml
n0:25aml
1:50 pm,
3:45 ml
*5:15pml +6:45 pm'
8:20 pm]
Sundays excepted,
days excepted.
10:55 am
3:45
*2:25pm
6:20
*7:50 am
9:05 am
11:15 am
2:40 4:35
*6:30
+7:35
9:20
tSaturdays excepted. $Mon-
Chicago, St. Pan! & Minneapolis and North
"Wisconsin Railways.
Depot foot of Sibley street. Freight and Ticke
office corner Third and Jackson.
Trains.
L've
Leave.
Through Chicago and
Eastern Express
Hudson Accommodation
A
7:05 7:45
11:20
2:15 7:55 8:20 8:25
5:40 6:25
Arrive.
11:25 am
7:40
6:40
..St. Paul
..Minneapolis ..SaukBapids
Brainerd
.Olyndon
Moorhead
..Fargo
10:00 12:40
7:10 7:35 7:40
A M.
8:10 7:10
5:00 6:45
+6:15 a
+2:45 7:50 am
North Wisconsin Trams.
Depart.
St.Paul +11:25am Clayton 5:40pm
Clayton 7:30am'St Paul 2:45pm
Sundays excepted. tSaturdays excepted. $Mon
days excepted.
Hereafter, freight for all points on North Wiscon
sin must be delivered at Union Freight Depot of
the St Paul & Pacific and Chicago, St. Paul & Minne
apolis railroads. F. B. CLARKE,
Traffic Manager.
THOMPSON & PXTSCH, Ticket Agents.
Northern Pacific Railroad.
Depot foot of Sibley street Ticket and Freight
Office, No. 43 Jackson street.
West
ward
i East-, ward' Arve
U.M
6:40 10 -AS
6:30 3:00
12:25
9:45 5:50
2:50
6 :'z5 1:55
6:05 6:00
.Bismarck
Duluth
.N Junction
7:30
7:25 7:00 7:45 9:^5 8:25
Trains to and from St Panl and Minneapolis are
run daily except Sunday.
Passengers leaving St. Panl or Minneapolis at 5:40
p. m. reach Fargo for breakfast next morning and
Bismarck the following evening.
-^vnavouuu uuno ai* 3iaiuakfci witn tn-weeKiy
steamers for Fort Benton aud all points on the Mis
souri and Yellowstone rivers, and with stages fcr
Deadwood and all points in the Black Hills, also fcr
Fort Buford, Standing Bock, Fort Keogh, Tongue
River and intermediate points, and at St. Paul with
trains to and from all points East and South.
In effect April 21st, 1879.
H. E. SARGENT, General Manager.
G. G. SANBOBN. Gen. PasBenyer Airent
8t, Paul ft Sioux City Railroad.
Depot foot of Jackson street
TBAXKS. LKAVK.
Omaha, Kansas Oity and
ABBTVB.
8:30 7:00 am
St. James Accomdafn....
11:05am 6.15
The 3:30 p. m. train connects at Merriam ucctiou
with the Minneapolis and St. Louis B. B. for Wasei a
and intermediate points. All trains dairy excert
Sunday.
W. H. DIXON. Geh.T'kt Agt.
St. Paul, Stillwater & Taylors Falls K. o.
Depot foot of Jackson Bleet.
Hudson and Biver Falls Trains:
On and after Monday, Dec. 2,1878, this Company
will run a train daily, Sundays excepted, leaving
BiverFalla, Wis., at7:55 a leaving Hudson at
8:30 a m, and arriving at St Paul at 10:00 a m.
Beturning, wul leave St Paul at 4:00 m, Hudson
at 5:30 m, and arrive at BIVPT Falls at 6:05 m.
St. Paul and Stillwater Trains.
Depart. Arrive
StPaul. 10:10 am
12-55
4:00
Stillwater...... 9:00 am
10:00 am
235
Stillwater 11:10ga
2:15 5:00
StPaul 10:00
11:20am
3:25a-n
Southern .Minnesota Katiwftj, Cou^eciiiifc as
Bamsey with C. St. Trains North
and South.
At Wells with Central Bafiroad of Minnesota, and
at La Crosse with O. M. ft St. P. RaBway for all
points East.
Going WestTrains leave La Crosse 7.47
Trains pass Bamsey.. 1-60
Oomg lastTrains pass Bamsey 11:20am
Arrive at La Crosse 6:37
Minneapolis Time.
W. H. BABBON, General Ticket Ag
fit 1 i,T
St. Panl ft Duluth Railroad.
For Duluth, Stillwater and way stations, from Saint
Paul & Pacifio depot, foot of Sibley street.
Leave 8 00a Arrive 4 30pm
Hinckley accommodationfrom Saint Paul and
Duluth depot, foot of Third street.
Leave 11 15 amj Arrive 2 80
All trains daily except Sunday,
Minneapolis Railroad Tt'm- Tabla.
Minneapol is ft St. L.onls RailwaySkor
Line Iowa Ito ate via Burlington.
Banning through express trains with Pullman
palace car sleepers to 8U Louis without change, 28
miles shorter than any other route.
Le. dally,
St. Louis Express
Passengers at St. Paul leave
by the St. Panl Pacific K.
R. at 12 m, connectm*
at Minneapolis daily, Sun
days excepted. Train on
Saturday runs as far as
Albert Lea, Only.
Mixed MlnnsapoHs and Mer
riam Junction, connecting
for local stations and St. P.
& S. C. R. B. as r as St.
James
Mixed Minneapolis aud White
Bear Lake, Duluth and
Stfflwater
Omaha Ex., for aQ pomta on
BUP.fcS. O. Rjr Omaha
and California
Ar. Daily.
1:45 1:18
Le. daUy
Ex.Bund'y
Ar. Dally
Sx Sund'y
:00am 6:25pm
7:00 a 6 10
3:00pm 11:30
Trams arrive sad depart (ro a toe 3t. Paul & Pac
fie depot, Minneapolis.
Tickets and sleeping car berths secured at city
ticket office, No. 8 Washington avenue, (opposite
Nicollet House) W.G. Telfer, Ticket Agent, and at
St. Paul A Pacific depot, Minneapol s, and at IK East
Third street, St, Panl Oxo. HASZABB, Ticket
H""^ S**
8
i
HATCH, G.MU Mas
4. H. Bm*. asn.PsM.As-'v
LEGA1S.
Notice to Creditors.
In the matter of the estate of John Woodward, de
ceased. Notice is hereby given that the Judge of the Pro
late Court of Bamsey county, has fixed upon the
first Monday of June, A.D. 1879, being the second day
of the month, and the Probate Oflice in said county,
as the time and place when and where he will receive,
hear and adjust all claims of all persons against said
deceased, and that six months from and after the
date hereof have been limited as the time for credit
ors to present their claims against said estate.
Dated the 27th day of March, 1870.
AN
N
._._.-i_*-, _J
WOODWARD,
WAK
Administratrix wrth the will annexed of said Estate
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STATE
OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF RAM
**T**- Probate Court, Special Term.
April 3d, 1879.
In the matter of the guardianship of Eunice Gru
shns, insane.
On reading and filing the account and petition for
allowance thereof of JamesG. .Taylor, guardian
of Eunice Gruahus, lnaan-j,
It is ordered, that said account be examined and
petition heard by the Judge of this Court on the 19th
day of April, 1879, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of
that day, at the Probate oflice in said county
And it is further ordered, that public notice be
given to aU persons interested of the time and place
of examining said account, by publishing a copy of
mis order in the DAILY GLOBE, a newspaper printed
and published at Saint Paul, in said county, once
each week for two successive-weeks prior to said day
of hearing.
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