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Epitome of the Local Events of 1883.
The following is a brief record of the
principal cc.urreaces of 1883, in the city
of St. Paul: 'A
1. Republican legislative caucus at the
2. Discovery of the disappearance of
Pichard A.Pierce, and reward offered for
tie arrest of the supposed murderers.
Meeting of the legislature. Opening of
the St. Paul public library.
.'!. Globe publication of the annual
report of state treasurer; revenue, $2,043,
671.52; disbursements, $3,058,317.21. Death
of E. W. Darrow, contractor of the Mani
toba railway bridge at the Falls of St.
Anthony. Az2;-zl
4. Gov. Hubbard's message delivered.
5. The board of regents of the state
university adopt a plan for a college of
medicine as reported by Messrs. Leonard,
Hewitt and Folwell. The mayor and coun
cil of Winnipeg visit St. Paul to inspect
city institutions and improvements.
8. Cannon Valley railroad transferred
to the Minneapolis & bt. Louis company.
Railway trains throughout the northwest
delayed by heavy and drifted enow. North
Star mills, East Minneapolis burned.
Thirtieth annual communication at St.
Paul of the Grand Lodge of Minnesota.
Windom nominated for senator by a cau
cus of 68 only and his defeat assured.
9. Death of Harvey F. Blodgett and
Alderman John O'Connor. AA-v ';
11. First meeting of the St. Paul Re
lief society in its new quarters on Ninth
street. Blizzard and snow blockades west
and northwest of St. Paul.
14. Annual banquet and fourteenth an
niver<»ry of Father Ma the T. A. S, of
St. PjuI. s
15. ' First vote for senator in the legis
lature: Windom, senate 23, house 46; op
position, senate 24, house 51. Winter
meeting of Horticultural society at univer
sity. A2Z- <'V'.'.y' 7,
17. In joint crnvention, - Windom 61.
Annual encampment of G. A. R. at Ar
mory hall, St. Panl.
18. Wmdor , 55. Annual meeting of
State Amber Cane association at Univer
sity.. -•,;''
19. Death of Charles Proal and Albert
VHrtnuo. Windom, 50. Third day, with
intense cold, of the great blizzard, which
extonded over all the northwest and as far
south as Indian Territory.
20. A Windom paper discovers that D.
M. Subin (confined to his hotel by illntse)
is the "dark horee" of the senatorial con
22. Windom, 44. Intensely cold; 23
degrres below at Oiiicago and 21 degrees
below at St. i'an). No trains moving west
<;r southwest of St. Paul. Windom ar
rjv«.« from Washington. •;,-;• Lz'2
23. Attempt of W. R. Noble to commit
suicide. Windom 51; in caucus only 41.
21. Annual meeting of Home for
25. Death of W. R. Noble. Dismissal of
i^ibst of the Jordan cases against train
biers. Police raid on a Jackson street
hU (Windom-49.
26 Windom 40.
28. Death of Daniel MoGrath.
29. Death of Jehn Holton at Newport.
30. Wind and snow drifts reported from
t v' -""'roads. , i-V'
31: B .iiroads blockaded. Windom 33;
S .urn 22,
1. Sabin elected senator; Windom 30.
Windom returns to Washington. Railway
blockades broken.
4. Frank Spaight found dead in his
room \,'_ ' .','■!'"'
5. Grand excursion to Stillwater and
celeb: ation there of Sabin's election.
Death of Mrs. Henry A. Schliek. &54r
6. Annual meeting of grand lodge A.
O. U. W. of Minnesota and Dakota.
, 7. Hamline University building burned
down. Annual meeting of State Agricul
tural society.
8. Fire in the Pomeroy blook on East
Fifth street. Edward Manned, brakeman,
killed in East St. Paul yard. Annual
meeting of State Dairymen's association.
11. Death of Pomeroy P. Wilson. •
12. A Globe extra announces the find
ing of Dick Pierce alive and well, in an
Upper Mississippi lumber camp. W.
Beal, of Anoka, and Martin McMahon,
brakeman, killed on track in St. Paul.
13. W. E. Burton elected county treas
urer in place of H. M. Rice, resigned.
14. Defeat of the prohibition project
in the Minnesota house.
15. Opening of the. St. Paul work
house. Death of Thomas land from
wounds received in a fight, and Fred.
Rhode arrested and taken to Hastings.
16. Railroad man again troubled by
snow storms and icy tracks. A-':,Al
19. The chamber of commerce decides
to provide faads for building.
20. Death of Mrs. Harriet Niohols. '
21.*Escape of Daisy Blakeley, tea years
old, from a supposed attempt to abduct
her. ; 'v '■■..:'Az
22. Fire in Rogers' blook. Reception
at the capitol by Gov. and Mrs. Hubbard.
Death of State Senator James MoLaugh
23. Expleeion of boiler at Btnholzer's
brewery; eftven persons scalded andi
wounded. _fcath of Dr. Henry W. Rob
inson. A:Ar'' A.'''''■'''■) Al:ll'z'-:.
25. Death of Thomas J. Garland. Pat
Coney and Martin Halloran fall to the
bottom of a Dayton bluff well, eighty-five
feet, and were not dangerously hurt.
26. Death of Henry A. Sohliek. City
officers of Milwaukee visiting the St. Paul
fire department, \
27. Richard Pierce brought home by
his father.
28. . Fire in the Arcade hotel, Robert
8tie»t. High license bills passed both
branches of the legislature.
■ March.
1. Field, Mahler & Co. sutcsed D. W.
Iagersoll & Co.
2. Adjournment of the legislature.
Death of Gen. James H. Simpson.
5. The first brick building ereoted in
St. Paul torn down to make teem for a
new building. It was a one story struc
ture on St. Peter street near Ninth, and
was for eighteen years the heme of the late
John O'Gorman and family.
6. State expenses and appropriations
by legislature footed up $2,689,927 for two
'years. I
7. Proposal : to build a club house
adopted by a score of wealthy citizens.
9. Annual meeting of State Forestry
association. Death of Mrs. Elizabeth
Born p, aged sixty-nine years.
12. Plymouth ohurch celebrates the
fifth anniversary of the installation of its
pastor, Rev. Dr. Dana.
12.;:.; Death of Mrs. Richards Gordon.
14. Patrick Eeely killed by a switch
engine at the Third street crossing. ,
15. Death of Edmund R. Hollins
head ; in San Antonio, Texas.
17. ,.; Parade of the Irish societies of Si.
Paul and visiting societies of neighbor
ing cities. " .
19. The board of trade resolves . to
unite with the chamber of commerce in
erecting a'.-.' building : for the use of the
bodies. Seventeen young women ad
mitted to the Sisters of St. Joseph, in the
academy chapel on Nelson avenue. C.
Frank killed by car? at the Third street
crossing. . ■ :.v'.; -
20. Eugene Dngan killed by falling in
jumping on a moving train at Westmin
ster street. E. H. Schliek and F. R. Divis
appointed fire commi \i ners.
zl. Dea-.h of iieuf^va Scheffer. Ea?t
Seventh Street Building society organized.
Change of cashiers at the Second National
bank. - Death of . W. L.Mintzer.
22. Death at j,Camp Supply, D. T., of
Mr«. Patterson, daughter of the late Wm.
H. Forbes, of St. Paul. j'■';.'■
22. The billiard match at the
Atheneum between Sherman, of Cali
fornia, and Myer, of Minnesota, won by
the former. , .• : t
24. Death of Capt. James R. Hatcher.
26. Death of Lorenzo Aliis, at Titntou,
N. J.
28. Tho Dakota capital commission in
St.Paul. 'AAA-'
29. Meeting of the eitizeus' committee
on sanitary affairs and presentation of
communication of Dr. C. N. Hewitt and
report of committee. Death of George L.
30. $22,000 five per cent., twenty year
bonds of Ramsey county sold for $22,
062.50. , A-;-Azf
31. Death of Mrs. B.«F.Wright and
Hon. Geo, L. Otis. - Funeral of Lorenzo
1. Faneral of Hon. Geo. L. Otis. At
tempted jail breaking. Park Congrega
tional church occupies its new chapel. '
5. Death of Officer John Sheehan.
Award of $215,000 of oity bonds.
8. Confirmation service at Christ ohuroh.
9. Arrival of Chief Black to take charge
of tbe fire department.
12. Resignation of John F. Lincoln, di
vision superintendent of the Chicago, St.
Paul A Omaha road.
14. Death of Hon. Leonard B. Hedges.
16. Establishment of Die Taegliche Presse.
Opeaing of Lake Pepin. Arrest,of Goettle
shipping olerk for Auerbaoh, Finch & Van
Sly ok, for embezzlement. Formation of
the St. Paul- Trust company, capital,
$2,000,000. >U: : .-A
17. Suicide of Wm. Otto.
18. L. W. Collins appointed jnd^o of
the Seventh judicial district. Death of
.Naoe Walker.
19. Arrival of the Mary Morton, the
first boat of the season.
20. Arrest of three burglars.
21. Four Chicago burglars nabbed. Or
ganization of Park Congregational ohurch.
Death of Frank Winter.
22. Suioide of Indian Joe.
23. Saicide of Peter Burnett. Murder
of the Ward brothers at Creel City.
24. Suit of the Northwestern Fuel
company against the Burlington, Ct>dar
Rapids & Northern Railroad ciunpaijy for
25. Democratic city convention. Auc
tion of stalls in the Dew market house.
2C. . Republican city convention. The
Democratic candidates endorsed. Chief of
Pi lice Weber presented with a cane by
VTiimipeg official?.
29. Death of Charles Hams, m«nag6r
of tha Opera house. Sadden death of
Frederick G. Riohter. Funeral of Ebene
zor Ajers.
1. Funeral of Charles Hains. City'
e'ection— the entire Democratic ticket,
elected. A'A ' .«
i. Six prisoners escaped from the
oounty jail.
8. John Logne falls fifty feet down the
bluff and is killed. Report of the g rand
jury. Engineer Ferguson drowned at Le
Moille on the river road..
9. Meeting of the Republican state
oommitte. Death of Charles Caldwell.
14. F. D. McKeon killed by the cars at
Jackson street. Eugene Harris accident
ally shoots himself. ■ ' '\'A\A
15. Organization of i the St. Paul
National bank. Meeting of the State
Homeopathic association. '.iV-lv*,*
18. Arrest of ten persons charged with
land frauds. ::.-',':.•;....■
20. Death of Theodore H. Miller.
21. Removal of J. G. Duggan, assist
ant chief of the fire department.
22. Murder or Thomas Ryan by Thom
as Hanley. Sorenson, tho murderer, sen
tenced. <"," 7 vV--"'! '- ' J
29. Annnal meeting of the Y. M. C. A.
: 30. Memorial day celebration.
1. Deat'i of John M.Archibald. Annnal
meeting of the old ' settlers of Ramsey
oounty. . "*
5. Organization of the new oity conn
oil. Resignation of Chief of Police Weber
and appointment of ' John Clark as chief
and John Br asset as captain.
8. The body of Andrew D. MoSweeney
found floating in the river.
" 9. Ella Weloh killed by her paramour,
John Hunster. Annual election of the
Chicago, St. Paul & Omaha railroad.
10. John C. Terry, Jr., killed by the
11. Eleotion of directors of the cham
ber of commerce. Suioide of Rev. E. W.
13. Annual meeting of the Minnesota
State Baptist association.
18. Organization of the Minnesota Bar
19. Annual meeting of the Grand Grove
of Druids. Annual convention of the
American Society of Civil Engineers.
20. Two men killed by an accident on
the Manitoba road at Hamline university.
Beginning of the Red Rock camp meet
ing. .'■' .. .■ '
22. Annul commencement of the high
school. .^
25. The Anchor mill destroyed by fire.
Annual conclave of Minnesota Knights
Templars. Annual meeting of trustees
of . Oakdale cemetery.
27. Republican state convention. .
2. Resignation of H. E. Mann, clerk of
the United States die-riot court,
5. Burning of Wood's theatre.
7. Death of Louis E. Hauser.
10. Opening of the Mab4omedi isejm
bly at White Bear lake. Arrival of the
, new steamer St. Paul;.
31. j Decision of the supreme court sus
taining the right of Henry O'Gorman to
the office of sheriff of Ramsey oounty.
18. Fire on Seventh and Cedar streets;
loss $8,000.
15. Fred B. Osgood drowned at White
Bear. ; :"-'"•-. '■':'';
16. Arrest of H. L. Gordon for land
17. Opening of the Ilgea court mar
tial. . " .
Q18.. Stall Editorial association con
venes. ?.;,.£ : - .z ■
19. Firs* regiment goes into oamp at
White Bear. The telegrapher's strike. -;
27. Rev. Dr. Thomas assaulted ] and
robbed. . Capture of Shalts, the Omaha
29. Mortimer Grogan killed by Jacob
and George Gundiaoh. ' ':
.August. '
2. Democratic state convention". ..
.3. Site for the new hotel purchased;
8. " Annual meeting of i the American
Forestry congress^.
11. '; Suicide of Franz Linzmeier at the
county hospital.
15. American Science '-: association - b^
the State university. Annual encampment
G. A. R. ''...
17. End of the .'telegraphers' : strike.
Rufue Hatch and party arrive in St. Paul.
A. Biermann nominated «for \ governor by
the Democratic oentral committee.
20. State convention of colored citi
3. Reception of Henry Villard and
pnests, President Arthur and Gen.
Grant. . .SJ^^P^S^'^ z;-A
4. Body of a man found floating in the
7. Wm. H. Shelley robbed. :Suit en
tered for possession of the site of Dnluth.
12. Meeting of : the roadmasters' asso
ciation of America. Rifle competition at
Fort Suelling.
11. Wilson & Monkhou?e's planing mill
and adjoining property burned; lose, $40,
15. , Grand Lodge Sons of Hermann*
17. ' Organization of the St.* Paul Ath
letic c'.nb. Annua! convention of the Rail
way Postal Service association.
20. A claimant for the Desnoyer estate
turns up. » ■
2:',. Return of a portion of the Villard
excursion. John Meeham killed . by the
ears. ,
:•-,■■.'.;■ -•- -. V
2. Annual conference of the M. E.
church for Minnesota and northern Dako
ta. The tax levy for 1884. Death of
Judge J. P. Kidder.
3. Report of the October grand jury. .
4. Racing matinee at Midway park.
7. Discourse by Bishop Simpson at
Market hall. Death of Frank Kelly, Sr.
9. Ramsey county Democratic oonven
tion. Pat. Moloney hangs himself in jail.
Annual convocation of the grand chapter
R.A.*M. ..•„-_
12. Bamsey county Republican 'con
15. Opening of the new Grand Opera
house. z<.'AA
17. Ssntence of the Dnluth counterfeit
ers in the United States district court.
Capture of the murderers of Officer Dan
iel O'Connell. ,
21. Dedication of St. Michael's Catho
lic church. Four incendiary fires aggre
gating a loss of $40,000, including Thurs
ton's carriage repository and Berkey'e liv
ery stable. . , . f>
22. Opening of the Catholic orphan
fair. -:._- ■ r ,< -
23. Sentence of the murderers of Offi
cer O'Connell.
24. Death of J. F. Melntosh, E. C.
Williams and Martin Flannigan.
27. Annual meeting of the Ramsey
county Pioneer association. . ;;,.v ; "
20. Trial of Fred. Bulow for arson.
1. Joseph Welch arrested for kidnap
ping his child from its mother. - Annual
meeting of the Woman's Ch istian home.
Important decision of the supreme court
relative municipal courts
■ 2. Resignation of Sen. Herman Haupt,
general manager of the Northern Pacific
railroad. Formation of the Minnesota
Pharmaceutical association. Suicide of
Henry McUullough a cell at the police
station.— ..-AA.:'. "?,-""••■:'
6. State and county elections. A
7. Martin Connors arrested in St. Paul
f r a murder in Fairfax, Iowa. .
8. Suicide of Joseph Kozisck, an insane
Bohemian. „ •■ * .
9. 'Verdict of $1,000 against the Pio
neer Press in the Gribble libel suit. . Ex
plosion of naptha on Banfil street, serious
ly injuring a lady. Reunion of the Pres
byterian Alliance of St. Paul and Minne
10. A warrant issued for Gen. Wm.
My era on application of D. B. Vermilye.
Sentence of criminals' in the district
court. -.. ■ ■ ',AyyAA(AAA-
11. Funeral of Mrs. M. E. Sabin,
mother of Senator Sabin. Celebration of
the 400th anniversary of Luther's birth.
12. Opening of Mt. Zion fair. ;
. 13.- Official oanvass of the vote of Ram
sey county. , Quarterly meeting of the
state board of charities and corrections.
15. Meeting of the Irish-American state
convention. Adam Gotzian killed by a
railway accident in Missouri. :.
20. A requisition for the arrest of Gen.
Myers denied by the governor. : .-'.
21. Hunster found guilty of man
slaughter. Funeral cf Adam Gotzian.
23. Brown and Horan found guilty of
robbing Ri,v. Dr. ; Thomas. Death of J. j
H. Breidert.
25, Remains of a human being partly
devoured by doge, found. . -
27. Meeting of the Fire Underwriters'
union. Arrest «f Rev E. S. Bowdish for
opening his divorced wife's letters. Chas.
Dafiel killed by the car?.
i 28. The divorce case of Allison vs. : Al
lison; sensational developments* Annual
ball of the firemen.
29. Observance of Thanksgiving. day.
I. The Globe subscription price re
duced to $8 per annum for seven issues a
week delivered by carrier, and $6. for six
issues per week by mail.
5. Publication of the oounty tax roll
for 1884 in the Globs. Death of Hon.
Christopher Stahlmann.
4. Two safes blown np and $20 in booty
6. Organization of the St. Paul syndi
cate; capital $1,090,000. Adam Gotzian's
will filed for probate. - Funeral of Christo
pher Stahlmann.
10. Comptroller Roche's report on the
city finances submitted to the chamber of
II. Acquittal of Col. Allen on the
charge of selling liquor on eleotion day.
James Ruziscka killed by the oars at Chest
nut street. ; Burning of the Drake block
on Third street. Outrage on Mrs. Krieger
by three men.
14. Death of Chas. J. Walter. .
16. Attempted suioide of Geo. Snod.
17. Organization of the Rapid Transit
.Telegraph company. v .
18. Interview with Vice President Oakes
on the condition of the Northern Pacific
road. Failure of Sattler Bros., clothing
19. Temperance . meeting at Pfeifer'a
hall. Arrest of three noted craoksmen.
21. Celebration of Carey day in the
publio ~ schools. Celebration of Fore
fathers' day at Plymouth ohurch. Attempt
ed murder of ' his : divorced wife • by : Pat.
Cavanaugh". Three incendiary stable fires.
25. Attempt to blow up; Faber blook.
Christmas celebrations.. Four incendiary
26. Death of ¥. W. Frohne.
39. Meeting of county superintendents
of schools. ■"■■'., ■ ';'''
: 30. Murder of John lash by Martin
,; Against ; High License. .
A ,' 8t." Paul, Dee. 31, 1883. '
To the Editor of the Globa: . .
I have seen • by the ;: evening's Dispatch
one who might , have or own a more high
toned - saloon is still r trying to raise the
saloon licenses to five hundred dollars. ; I
arise for myself, and for the good of
those that are as I am—poor and unable
to 'pay five hundred dollars,Y: although
willing; to keep 'a . respectable and quiet
saloon. I eave kept a saloon in this oity
for the last five years, and never yet was
compelled to call the assistance of an offi-.
car there, for I wish to show that there are '
saloons, small yet t; they may be, they still
keep a respectable place. Therefore, I
say. give the poor man a chance, as well
as the rich.
Ah Olo Saloon ;Keepe».
In Lambert's camp on the Platte ';river,
two Chippewes came near annihilation by
a falling tree. ;, As it was one had • a ': hand
smashed and the other cruelly f bruised on
the head and arm, so reports the Little
t Falls Sun.
Inquest on the Body of John Kash, :■ Mur
dered on Saturday—Slar;la Sorenson
Held for the Crime and Mary Ka.»k f.s
■Accessory. ' - *
An inquest was held at McCarthy '&
Donnelly's yesterday forenoon on the re
mains of John Kask, the Norwegian wood
sawyer whose death resulted . last Sunday
from blows inflicted by Martin Sorenson,
who boarded with the murdered man and
who for some time had been his partner.
Martin Sorenson, the man who did the
killing, was captured in Stillwater by
Chief Shortall, of that city, en Monday
night," and early yesterday morning he
was brought to St. Paul by Officer Lai son
In appearance he is below the medium
height, with small grey eyes, a ; full
sandy beard and the expression of his face
is dull and stupid, aiding : the impression
of an entirely - iguorant and untutored
man. Ho speaks English very imperfectly
and when it comes to talking he is sullen
and moody and having but little to say.
He acknowledges having strnok Kask
three blows with his fist, and as a provoca
tion he says that Kask: oalled him a thief
and a pimp. There is no doubt but that
the row which culminated in Kask's
death was caused during a
drunken and beastly debauch,
the inspiration of which was raw benzine
or alcohol. "'"''.'.',-'.'-'. ■''•'.[ '\i\
Tho inquest was held by Dr. Davenport,
the jury consisting of Richard Ireland,
M. J. Donnelly, R. T. O'Conner, H. Birn
ingham. Jas. Gear and Jehn Costello.
Mary Kask, the wife of deceased was
the first witness, and she testified' that she
had been married five years; the family
had resided four years 'at No. 917 Hudson
avenue; previous to Sunday'witness had
been out washing; the deceased and Soren
so»fhai been partners two months, they had
all drank Saturday night aad on Sunday;
they drank alcohol and coffee.' Martinson
oame to the house on Saturday;
Sunday morning her husband and trea
son quarreled; the decease! sailed Soreu
son a pimp and other bad names; the lat
ter sfcid that he should not sail Norwe
gians bad names, and that if he didn't
stop fighting he would hit him. Witness
had not seen Sorenson hit him; she hr.d
gone to a neighbor's house 'on Sanday;
before leaving the bouse her husband had
picked up a chair to hit Sorent.cn, but he
stumbled and fell on the fl.ur. Witness
helped him to the bed and sid "I think
you will kill yourself." She •• i-<jn went out
for an hour; Ka^k was th?u m bed; when
she returned she saw bioodonhtr husband
and asked what had been done with him;
Sorenson said that he had fallen .on the
stove; he died about 8 o'clock. After he
was dead Martinson said that Sorenspn
had struck him. Kask did not speak after
she returned to the house. Witness did
not know what be had been struck with.
Martinson said that her husband would die
when Sorenst n left.
John Martinson was the next witness.
Witness went to the Kaskg3hai:ty . oa last
Saturday about 11 o'clook; ho came from
Duluth; on entering the house they asked
him to treat a. d ho want and got alcohol;
Kask and Sorensoa wae both there; he
bought alcohol and a gallon of beer;
they all drank and got drunk; witness went
for more alcohol and fount aire. Kask in
a saloon. On Sunday tkey were . drink
ing again; Kesfr and Sarenson were fight
ing; saw Sorenson strike Kask; Mrs. Kask
was not present. She did not tell Soren
son to beat her husband, but said as he
had oalled her a bad. name, and he, (So
rensoh) a pimp, he might as well strike
him. Sorenson hit him with , his fist
K*8k wain lying on the bed; he bled from
the nose and mouth. and died about 8
o'clock. When Mrs. Kask came in she
said this is terrible; all of the parties were
drunk and witness had washed the blood
from the deceased.
a (laughter of the deceased, testified to go
ing to the shanty Monday morning and
finding her father dead; he had. bad
wounds on the fdce and mouth.
MEJ. G. J z.'-.-i
and Mrs. Norquist, neighbors of the de
ceased, testified to hearing request fights
in the family, and that thoy have a bad
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testified to having made a poet mortem
oa the deceased. Witness found bruises
on tbe right shonUer and arm
and abrasions on the cheeks, lips and eyes.
An effusion from the right lobe of the
brain had oa used death; there was no
fracture of. the skull nor evidence of
ohronio alcoholism; the nose was broken
and the face looked as if subjected to
numerous blows. ..
Officer Lowell testified to the condition
of the body when he celled at the house.
The jury found that deceased eame to
his death from a hemorrhage of the brain,
the result of injuries inflicted by Martin
Sorenson, and that Mary Kask was access
ory to the act.
Sorenson and the latter were both lock
ed up.
Martinson, the only eye-witness to the
affair, was held as a witness for the state.
Mr, Han ley Invited to Reef*a, Bat He De
: clines-*. Report that Cup*. C. M. Mc
'.. Carthy is to be Apoolnted.
There has been ; a good deal of
whispering around corners op at the
state capitol for the - past week about
a . letter which was understood to
have emanated from the star chamber
of the state executive, aad found
its way to. the head of one of the depart
ments asking that functionary, to step
down and out, for what is only known on
the surface as political purposes.;
:'-'.■: This letter struek in the adjutant gener
al's department, whose occupant was open
ly known to be a protege politically of
Dunhell, and where there was known to be
some uneasiness on acoount of the faint
support rendered by that, oentral Minne
sota politician chieftain to the powers that
be in the last campaign, anil is understood
to have requested the. incumbent to : un
lace his official shoes, and step out of them
by resignation by February 1, sharp.
--This, it is said not:to be the design of;;
this '■ present inonmbent to do, : but it is l as
serted that he "will, oeurt rather the blade
of the official guillotine '-. and
smilingly hold the seaffold up to the fall
limit of the period assigned j him to gen
teely expire in office.^ The reason for this
is understood to be that he defies the pre
sentation of any complaints 1 against y his
official ability and, thoroagh performance
of i the duties of : the"office, and ; if the rea
sons are therefore purely political, can af
ford to take his • chanoes; with the ;: execu
! tive, in other words can stand it if he can.
| "There have been various surmises as to
• whose feet the T shoes ; would fit when emp-
I tied, and for; what meritorious ;!service in
the late gubernatorial campaign they would •]
be given as j spoils. The : fact that; the I
presence of Col. Tim . Sheehan, j
of Albert Lea,had been quite plenty at the :
capitol during the past month; for ? a ; time
has led observant to surmi»e 7 that for:
•eminent aid ; rendered in not potting him-- I
self to the front "as an indepeident candi
date for sheriff in r a { Goodhue bounty Re-
publican party bolt last fall, the . prize
would fall into his basket: Bat i within a
day or two these opinions have universally
changed, and it is now considered almost
certain that Capt. CM. 7 McCarthy, of Rr.m-
I sey. county ,' will be the appointee.
| A RAILROAD iicxiNiscANCE.z
; Craadpir.sd Grandma in a TraT^lin' .Tav
ern— Scene iu a Dining C'.ir «u the Royal
I Koute.
Would it not be jolly fan to watch the
expression of astonishment and wonder
that would play over the benign features
of cn« of our dear old departed grandfath
ers if we could have him sitting opposite us
at this bounteously supplied table. Alas
there was no Royai, Routs in our "grand
father's days."
Imagine the old gentleman with good
old grandmarm by his side, jolting in an
ancient stage coach. The dear old lady
cramped and : hot, and the old
man fussing and fretting because he can
neither smoke or "chaw." Then comes the
greasy, fried, tough beefsteak?, and finally
the hard straw beds in.a barren| room in
! some old etsgo house. They lived too ear
ly, traveled too slow.:. A:£A
Wouldn't the old patriaroh open his eyes
•with wonder, and grendmarm rcb her
"specs" to be sure "she wasn't
a-dreaming," if they could only come back
and take a ride in the palace car on
wheels over the Royal Room from St.
Paul to: Chicago. "'Lord blees us, pa,"
Rays she, "yon don't call this traveling!
Why it's jest a going a visiting into a
queen's palace." "Hush n p,ma," respondd
pa, ''this 'ere is the R«yal R»utb. Don't
let on that yer green. There ain't but one
Royal Reuxz in the world and this 'ere is
it. No wonder yer think yer into a queen's
palace." : _ *,, -.
Ma "hushed up" for the time being but
she had a great story to tell the little folks
and the - big folks too, when she gets to
Marias to spend Christmas.
"Why," says she, "whan pa and me got
into that great long beautiful stage, along
come* a handsome young chap in blue
and bra°s olothes.g (he was as dark as an
Italian,) and he, in the politest manner,
wishes me a 'Merry Christmas.' • He took
all my parrels and led me to a splendid
r^d n-!-ot sofy. I just couldn't help a
uii.it'.u-;.; bands with him and a-asking
after his folks; he w*s so polite."
"£ thiiikit was the most beautiful room
I was ever in, so bright, and handsome.
I Great solid silver lamps to throw light on
the splendid walls all j covered with birds
and flowers. The sleeping car was soon
filled with the nicest sort of peop'.« ail
looking so happy and comfort able. I
watched them for a loag time, and finally
asked pa if it wasn't most time to start.
Would you believe it? We had bten
moving for morothan a half an hour and
I never knew it. V-I'T;.rc".'-..
"Well, it wasn't long afore they told us
dinner was ready and I b'pesed we had to
git out into the cold and git a fit of dys
pepsia, a hurrying through a bad meal.
Wasn't I surprised when they jnsfc took
me from the beautiful parlor sleeper to
the handsomest dining room I ever saw.
It was jDst all aglow with shiny crockery,
glnes and silver, and everything was so
sweet and clean! And then such good
things to eat! Twas like twenty Thanks
giving dinners rolled into one! Those
nice yonng men in white aprons* and caps
were awful attentive and they brought me
such piles of 'dainty'things to eat, I didn't
know where to begin. Why, an old fash
ioned turkey dinner aint nothing to it.
Poultry and ducks and geese, and beats
and deer a, and I don't know what! Such
sauces and such vegetables! Much pud
dings, pies, jellies, cakes and creams!
Oh my! / I didn't think I'd want ; to eat
again for a week, after I'd finished . the
pears, oranges, bananas and all the other
goodies. -• .,
I got a look into tha kitchen as pa waa
helping rau back to the Pullman car, and
I never saw a tidier place in all my life.
ErerythiBg shone just like silver, and the
colored gentlemen, all in white olothes,
looked as if they'd jest oame out of bureau
drawers. That clean kitchen would shame
any of the sarvent gals of the day, oat
and out. • - .
I passed a delightfal afternoon talking
with a lady who had two charming and
polite little girls with hor, while pa had a
niao chat with some gentlemen in the
pretty smoking room in the same sleeper.
Finally after eupper the Italian gentle
man in the nary uniform, oame and made
oar sofys right over into the finest kind of
aopriag bad, and pa and I slept Bound I
tell yon, till we woke up in Chicago in the
morning. Why, it didn't seem as if we
j had been out of our own bed.
"I had ft long talk in the afternoon with
a niee mannered slick young . man, and
he had such vonderful things. For good
ness sake don't say I told yon, for 'pa Days
the feller was a fooling me. Bat he did
say the hotel trains of the Royal Root they
carry a new miloh cow and make all their
own butter. They have a big chicken coop
where they get fresh eggs, apring chicken,
and charlotte reoeters. In one car is a
barber'a ahop and a Turkish bath, and
that in the laundry, forty Chinamen do ell
the traTelin' tavern.; Aint it wonderfml ?"
There wan no Royal Bouts in our grand
Cares of Life.
As we ooae to them they are reoeived, borne
with wad pat-owl ever with no more than &
thought, it we are in the enjoyment of health,
but if suffering "with piles ' or akin diseases of
tar kind they magnify a hundred fold. A. K.
Wilkes, B and 15. Zimmerman, and E. Htierie,
i the druggists, have Dr. Bonmko'aPilo Remedy
, an abeotute euro. Sold at 98 eeota.
Itlfce Cwmaaiog's Oysters.
The Maakato Reviev contributes the
following scrap of St. Paul ; history :.; '..'■■-,
Major.T. M. :' Newson, of St. Paul, is
writing a series of very interesting pen
pictures of St. Paul for the St.Paul
In a recent letter the major gives to Gov.
Ramsey the honor of bringing the first
fresh oysters to- Minnesota. They -were
brought from Chicago in kegs and arrived
on the. 27th day of May, 1846. The first
oysters in shells were brought in 1852 by
Mich Cammings, who was offered 1.50
per dozen for them, but he preferred to
use them to treat his friends. .
Notice to Creditors .
State of Minnesota,*- County of Bamseyss. Ia
Probate Court, special term, December 18,1883."
In the Matter of . the estate of Martha Clark, ' de
■ ;" ; ceased.
'. Netice is hereby given that the jadge ef probate
of the coutj. of Bamsey, will, I upon thefiret Men
day of - the:. months of ; January, ; February;
j March, April, May and June, 1881, at 19 o'clock, a.
m., receive, hear, examine and adjust all claims and
demands «f all persons against said deceased; and
that six months from and after the date hereof have
been allowed and limited for creditors to present
their claims against said estate, at the expiration of
■ which time, all claims not presented or net proven
to its satisfaction, shall j be forever barred,. unless
for good cause shown farther time be allowed.
" By the Court, '■ •",-i y.z:
2, [l. b. J Wm. B. MoGItORTY,
dec]ftwed-5w■.■*.-.; .-.i-;: ■ Judge of Probate. ."'
': ; " : ; Notice £o Creditors.
State of Minnesota, County of Ramsey—ss. In Pro
':; bate Court. .• x ....
la the matter of the estate of Cyrus B. Wightman,
-:' Notice is hereby : given to all persona '\ having
claims and demands agaln«t the estate of Cyrus B.
: "Wightman,'late of the ct maty of Bamsey in said
• state, - deceased, that. the j. Judge ■■: of -, Probate •■ of
I said county, will,.; hear, examine and' 1 adjust
r claims " and demands against ; said : estate, at •■ his
.' office ■ in -: Saint Paul, in i said ' county, on tho ' first;
i Monday of the month J of April, A. D. 1884," at. 16
S o'clock a. m.,' and that six months from the 10th day
I ■"' of December, ■ 1883, have been limited | and allowed
by said Probate Court for creditors to present their
... claims. ■''-'. - -i
i z Dated this 10th day of December. A. ti. 1883.
>2 •":-■■; . .^: . LSJX WIOHTMAN,*: V
<.- Administratrix ef the Estate of Cyrus a. "Wightman,
4eoeased. declltue-6w'
O ;. —ss. In Probate Court, special term. Decem- t
ber 17, 1S83.
In the matter of tho guardianship of Frank C. I
Vanderwai ker, mil or.
On reading and filing the petition of Silas W.
Vanderwarker, guardian of the person »nd property
fit rail! above named minor for licence to sell the
real estate of his said ward at private sslo, aad it
appearing from eaid petition that it is necessary
and would be- beneficial to said ward that raid real
©state, or a part thereof, should be sold;
It is ordered that the next of kin of the said
ward and all persons interested i:. the estate of
said ward shall appear before -aid Probate court,
at the probate office in tho city of St. Paul, in the
county of Ramsey aforesaid, on the 1st day
of Febraary.'A. D. 1884, at 10 o'clock in the fore
noon, to show causo why a license should not be
granted for the sale of said real estate.
And it is further ordered that a copy of this
order he personally served on the next of kin oi
said ward residing in *>aid Ramsey county, and on
all persons interested in said state, at least four
teen lays before the hearing of said petition as
aforesaid, and by the publication thereof for four
successive weeks, In the Daily Globe, a newspa
per printed and published at the city of St. Paul,
in said Ramsey county, the last of which publica
tions shall be at least fourteen days before said
day of hearing.
By tho Court, Wm. B. McGRORTY,
[ l. s.J Judge of Probate.
Attest: Frank Robert, Jr., Clerk. decH-wed-5w
District Court, Seoond Judicial District.
Ellen R. Hollinsh^ad, administratrix of the estate
of Edmund R.Hollinshead. deceased, plaintiff, vs.
James K. Goodhue, defendant.
The State of Minnesota to the above MtMed de
You are hereby summoned and required to answer
tho complaint of tke plaintiff ln the above entitled
action, which has been filed in the office of the clerk
of said court, at St. Paul, in said county, and to serve
a copy of your answer to said complaint on the
subscriber*, at their office in the city of St. Paul,
in the eoanty of Ram«ey, within twenty days after
the service of this itunmone npon yen, exclusive
of the day of such service; and, if you fail to answer
the said complaint within the time aforesaid, Am
plaintiff in this action will take judgment against
you for the sum of three hundred aad two dollars
and seventy-nine cento with interest on two hun
dred dollars from the 'MM'a day of January, A. D,
1883, at the rate of eight per centum per annum,
and on one hundred and two dollars and seventy
nine coats, at the rate ef seven per oentnm per an
num from the 13th day of March, A. D.1863, together
with the costs and disbursements herein.
Dated August 18th, A. D. 1883.
decl3-'wedTw Plaintiff's Attorneys, St. Paul, Mian.
JJ sey—as. In Probate Court, special term, Do
cember 11,1883.
In the matter of the estate of Thomas B. WisaWn,
jr.. deceased.
On reading and filing the petition of Alexander
J. Stone, of said oounty, representing, among other
things, that Thomas li. 'Winston, jr.. late of New
Orleans: state of Louisiana, on the 38th day of May,
A. D. 1804, at Marietta, state of Georgia, died in
testate, and Wing an inhabitant of Mid state
of Louisiana at the time of his death, leaving
goods, chattels, and estate within this county, and
that the said petitioner is interested in the estate
of said deceased, and praying that administration
of said estate be to Charles O. Lawrence granted;
It is ordered, that said petition bo heard beforo
the Judge of this Court on Monday, the 7th day
of January, A. D. 1881, at ten O'clock a. m„ at tho
Probate office, in .-aid county. ■
Ordered further, that notice thereof be given to
the heirs of said deceased and to all persons inter-,
est) 'l by p ibllsh'ng n copy of this order for three
successive weeks prior to said day of hearing, in
•ho Daha- Glosk, a newspaper printed and pub
lished at St. Paul, in said county.
By the Court, •
1 US.] ;:.-;-: WM. B. MoGRORTY,
Judge of Prooato,
Attest: Fiiank Koeekt, Jr., Clerk.
Wamxxh ii bT»tva:<3, Attorneys for petitioner.
. wed-4w '"-":
se7 —ss. In Probate Court, ■ pedal tens Decem
ber is. 1880. .
in the matter of the estate of Alexander Bute?,
On reading i.nil filing the petition of Richard
W. Bell, administrator with th- will annexed.if the
estate of Alexander Bate . deceased, representing
among other things, that he has fully administered
said esUte, and praying that a time and place be
fixed (or examining and allowing iiis account of
administration, and for the assignment of the r,11
i duo of said estate to the person name I in the will
of said deceased. . :' ■'■'■:.z.- :.,.-.--.
It; is ordered, that said account be examined, and
petition heard, by the judge of this ronrt, on
Thursday, the 10th day of Januiir:., A. I). 18:34, nt
ten o'clock a. m., at the Pjob&te office, in said
- And it is further ordered, that notice thereof bo
giTen to all persons interested, by publishing a
copy of this order for three successive w<wks prior
to said d»y of hearing, in the Daily GnOBZ, a news
paper printed and tub.ished at Saint Paul, in said
By the Court, WM. B. MoC-RORTT,
[t.«.] Judge of Probate.
. Attest: Frank RoEEBT.Jr., Clerk.
lo — In Probate Court, special term, held . De
cember 11, 18*1.
In tho matter of the estate of Chandler D. Faulk
ner, deceased:
On reading and filing the petition of Richard W.
Johnson, administrator with the will annexed of
said estate setting forth that no personal estate
has come to his bands; the amount of legacies be
queathed in the will of said deceased unpaid, and a
description of all the real estate ot which (aid de
ceased died seized, end the condition and value of
the respective portions thereof; and praying that
license bo to him granted to sell at private salo or
public auction all toe real estate set forth and des
cribed in said petition; and it appearing, by said pe
tition, that there is not sufficient personal estate
in the hands of said administrator to pay said lega
cies, and that it is necessary in order to pay the
same to soil all of said real estate: -
It is therefore ordered, That all persons' Inter
ested in said estate, appear before the judge of
this Court, on Saturday, the 26th day of January,
A. D. 1884, at ton o'clock a. re., at the court house
In Saint Paul, in said county, then and there to
show cause (if any there be) why licence should not
be granted to said administrator to sell said real
estate according to the prayer of eaid petition.
And it is further ordered, That a copy of this
order shall be published for four successive weeks
prior to said day of hearing; the last of which pub
lications shall be at least fourteen days before said
day of hearing, in the Daily Globe, a newspaper
printed and published at Saint Paul, in said oounty,
and personally served on all persons interested ia
said estate, residing ln said county, at least four
teen days before said day of hearing, and upon all
other persons interested, according to law.
By the court,
[L. 8. WM. li. MoORORTT,
Judge of Probate.
Attest: Fhakk Robibt, Jr., Clerk.
Wm. S. Moonx, Attorney for administrator.
| That we, the undersigned, beiag desirous of
forming a limited partnership for the traanactlea
of Mercantile Basiness within the State of Miane-
Mta, hereby make the following certificate, via.:
This partnership shall be conducted in th" firm'
name of JaMES M. SMITH & OO. The general
nature of the biwiuess to be transacted shall be
dealing in Fruits and Groceries at wholesale.
The only persons composing this copartnership
or interested thoreln are Charles W. kirtland, re
siding in th* town of Woodbury in tho county of
LilchSeid state of Connecticut, and James M.
Smith, residing hi St. Paul, in Ramsey - county,
Minnesota. .-,- : '/■'%;
Said Charles W. Kirtland is the speeial partner
and said James M. Smith ' the general partner
Said Charles W. Kirtland has contributed twenty
thousand dollars to the common stock of this port
nership. ■ '';-'-:.';..'-:•-- , -
■"aA'AAlA V.
This partnership shall commence on the first
day of August. A. D. 1883, a-d shall terminate oa
the 31st day of July, A. D. 1886, both day< inclusive.
In. testimony, whereof the persons hereinbefore
named have hereunto set their hands and seal*
this 17th day -of November, 1883. . ' . ■
As to said James M. Smith, in presence of
John M. Lynch,
CTBrs J. Thompson. -
As to said Charles W. Kirtland, in preeeneo 05-
Gbobge B. Lewis,
David S. Bull. 2 "'2]--.
State of Minnesota, > '
County of Ramsey. J 6S .. ' ' y ' « ; '<".■.
On this 19th day of November, A. D. 1888, before
me Cyrus J. Thompson, a notary public, in and for
said county and state, - duly commissioned and
qualified according to law and acting as such, per
sonally came James M. Smith, to ma well known to
be the same person described in and who executed
the foregoing certificate and he duly acknowledged
the same to be his free act and deed for the uses
and purposes therein named.
: Witness my hand and notarial seal the day and
year last above in this certificate written, y ■■■
[1.8.]* i CYRUS J. THOMPSON,
Notary Public, Ramsey county,' Minnesota.
; State oj 1 Connecticut, County of Litchfield, )
- Woodbury, November 20, 1883. )
1 Personally appeared Charles W. Kirtland of said
Woodbury before me, David S. Bull, a notary pub
lic for the state of Connecticut, * Us being to me
well known, and subscribed the j foregoing certifi
cate and acknowledged the tame to be hi- free act
and deed for the uses and purposes therein named.
. Witness my hand and : notarial seal ut date and
place above given./.:- ..': • ;
1*8--! -^™ DAVID 8. BULL,
| JlgS^; Notary Public.
Si-ate of Minnesota^ ) V
County of Ramsey, J M
1 , Office of the Register of Deeds.
--This is to certify that the within instrument was
filed for record in this office, at St. Paul, on the 5th
day of December, A. D. 1883, at 4:30 o'clock p. m.,"
and that the same was duly recorded in ' book "'B"
of Incorporations, pages 454 and 455. ■:•■*-- : -, -
[UM ,„- : : C. H. LINEAU, -
wed decl2-7w • Register of Deeds
bfcrTl Si8» bat9 Special Term, Decem
viri' E:? tte>" °f toe estate of Miihacl Mueller,
On reading and filing the petition o? • ialena
aeranacfi, tsecutris of tha e?uto of llifhael
jii*,, <i ti oc l eas-'1. representing r.iaonj: otber
A. J r"( :' 1 * ?^ hj *s fuliy administered said estate,
a_« praymg that a time an.! placo be fixed toe ev
ainmu-s aim aUowInc her account of adminu-tra
%i**^!l th«a*sisrcttcx:tof the residno ot eaid
estate to the persons named in the will of said
deceased: -. - .
ml °rIer^', Pail1 aocoan* »* wanslned and
pttiUon ht-ard, by tho Jnijgoof this court, ou Jlon.
day, the 2ath day of January, A. D. 1<S*, at ten
o clock a. m„ at tho probate office, in said c»uaty.
And it is mrther ordered, that notice thereof be
given to all persons interested, by puK'-h'ne a
copy of this order for three successive weeks prior
to said day of hearing, in the Dau.v Owbe, c, news
paper printed and published at Saint Vavl inta'd
Ey the Court, • Wm. B. McOROUTT
Tt- "J Judge of Prolate
Attoat: Tftunc I"-obebt Jr., Clert.
Mortgage Foreclosure Sale of
Eeal Estate.
Notice is hereby given, that by reason of non
payment, default has been made in the conditions
of a certain mortgage containing a power" of sal»
made by Orlando B. TurrelL mortgagor,to John J.
Pearson, mortgagee, an 1 assigned by taid John J.
P»iir.-^>u to George II. Robert*.
Said mortgage is dated tho 38th day of May, A.
D. 1878 and was on the 2'Jth day Of August. A. D.
1876, at 13:15 o'clock p. m., duly recorded In the of
fice of the register of deeds of the county of Ram
sey lii the state of Minnesota, in book »i of mort
gagesatpsge 148, etc. Said assignment i- dat'd
Vh« 3d day of July, A. D. 1883. and was on the 7th
day of July, A. D. 1883, at 4:25 o'clock p. m.,
duly recorded in the said office of register oi deeds
of said county of Ramsey in book H or assign
ments at page 348.
The real estate embraced in, and conveyed by
said mortgage is dos< Ibed as follows, to-wit: situ
ate in said oouaty of Kamsey and state of Minneso
ta, and being lots number seventeen (171 and eigh
teen (18) of blo*k twe»^/-n!;irt (29) iu Rico & Ir
vine's addition to St. Paul, acoording to the recorded
plat thereof; together with all of the hereditaments
and appurtoaances thereto belonging, or In auy-
wis* appertaining.
The amount which is now at the date of this no-
Wee dna and claimed to be due on said mortgage is
the sum of $5,714. the same being for purchase
money of said real e*tate, besides tho sum of I1U9
attorney's fees, as stipulated in said mortgage to
be paid. And whereas no suit at law, orotbeiwise,
has Wen had, er commenced, to recover the money
or any part thereof, ensured by said mortage.
Notice, therefore, is hereby given, that ou the
Slst day of January, A. D. 188t, at 10 o'clock a. m.,
at the south front door of the county jail building,
in the city of st. Paul in said county of Ramsey,
the abort described mortgactsd real estate will be
sold by the sheriff of said county at public vendue, .
ln separate parcels to foreclose and pay or satisfy "
the said mortgage with interest and costs and ex
penses of sale.
The separate parcels in which said mortgaged
premises will be sold as aforesaid, are described
as follows. to wit:
. First—The middle one-third or said lots 17 ami
18, being thus a lot fronting fifty feet in width on
Sherman street and extending in depth one hun
dred and twenty feet back lroiu Sherman street
and across said lots 17 and 18.
Second— southeasterly one-third or Idiots
17 and 18, being thus a lot fronting fifty fi-et in
width on Sherman street, und in depth extending
one hundred and twenty feet along Exchange
street r.n-i across said lots 17 at ' 18.
Third —The westerly one-third of i-ajil loU
17 and 18, and thus being a lot lify feet i;i width
fronting ou Sherman street, and extending in
depth one hundred ar.d twenty feet acr.im said lots
17 and 18, and along tho line of lot 4 in Suid block
Dated December 18th. IPS!}.
W. K. Gaston, Attorney for said Assign^ e, St.
Paul, Minn. decls tues-'(w
O sey—ss. District court, Second Judicial Dis
trict. .,.' y-
LeHoy Brown, plaintiff, agfiinst John Paulson,
Gustavo Paulson mil Oarl PetervoaJ partners as
Paulson, Peterson & Co., defendants.
The State of Minnesota the above na:ued de
fendants:- ",;;,...-•
Ion arid each of you are hereby eurflmoned and
required to answer tho complaint of the plaintiff
in tho above entitled action, which is on Die in the
office Of the clerk of the said court, .-.: his office at
St. Paul, Ramsey county, Minnesota, and to nerve
a copy of your answer to said eomplaint on the
subscriber, at his office, in the city of Saint Paul,
in too comity of Ramsey. Minnesota, within twenty
days after the service of this summons upon yon,
exclusive of the day of such service, and, If yon
fall to answer the said complaint within the timo
aforesaid.the plaintiff in this action will take judg
ment against yon and each of you for the sum of
four hundred and eighty-three (<St) dollars '.and
interest at the rate of seven per cent, p^r annum,
from October is, 1883, besides the costj aud dis
bursements of this action.
Dated St. Paul, November 20, A, D. 188;}.
deol8-tue-7w Plaintiff's Attorney, St Paul, Minn.
Mortgage Sale.
Default having been made in the condition! of
certain mortgage *ieoui«d and delivered by
Charles 11. Gertie and Hannah Gertie, in- wife, to
Ottille Paiel, dated July '24di, 1m::. and recorded
in tho office of the Beoisterol Deeds for Ramsey
county. Minnesota, on tbe 2*th dny of July. 1HW, at
3:30 o'clock p. m.. i i Dook hi of Mortgagee, on page
2-ki, by which mortgage th* gold Charles H. <b-rtu*
and Hannah Gioriie, i.U wifn, granted, bargained,
■old, and conveywl to the Faid Ottilie l';^el her
heirs and assigns forever, all that certain tract
or parcel of land lying fa the said county of Kam-
B«y, described as follows, to-wit: Lot number
twenty-threo (23) In Stimon's subdivision '' block
number eighty (80) of Lyman Dayton's addition to
fit. Paul, according to tho plat thereof duly record
ed in the office of Register of Deeds in and for
said lioni'ey county, together with all the heredita
ments and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in
anywise appertaining, condit-om d to lecture the
payment of three hundred and forty dollars ($340.00)
and Interest, according to the condition* of seven
promissory notes for paid sum of three hundred
and forty dollars, the lint of said notes being tot
the sum of forty dallars, being of even date with
said mortgage, drawing eight per cent interest,
and due August 1st, 1883; and which amount is the
first installment due on said mortgage.
And, whereas, there is claimed to - be dne,
and there Is due, on said note and mort
gage, at tho date of this notice, the sum
of thirty and 80-180 dollars for principal and in
terest. And, whereas, said mortgage provide- for
and secures the payment of twenty-five dollars for
attorney's fees in case ef foreclosure; and where
as, no proceedings at law hare been had or insti
tuted to collect the said debt secured by said
mortgage or aay part thereof.
Now, therefore, notice is hereby given that by
virtue of a power of sale in said mortgage contain
ed, and of the statute in sach oaee made and pro-
Tided, the said mortgage will be foreclosed by a
sale of the mortgaged premise", therein described,
at public auction, to the highest bidder for cash, at
the front door of tho Oid Court House in t'je city
of St. Paul in said county of Ramsey, on Haturday,
the 0th day of February, A. D. 1834, at 10 o'clock
a. m., to satisfy tho amount which shall then be due
on said mortgage for principal and interest to
gether with said attorney's fees and coils and
expei of sale and foreclosure.
Doted St Pawl, Minn.. Deo. 18,1883.
J. 3. Moukx, Af.'y for Mortgagee, St. Paul, Minn.
1 — ml District Court, Second Judicial District.
William Parsons and Thomas Foster, co-pr.rtuers,
doing business under tho fine name of Parsons
& Foster, plaintiffs, against John Paulson. Gus
tavo Paulson and Carl Peterson, doing business /
as Paulson, Peterson li Co., defendants.
The State of Minnesota to the above named defend
. .You, and each of you, are hereby summoned and
rerj aired to answer the complaint of the' plaintiff
in the above entitled action, which is on filed in
the office of the clerk of said court at his oflico
at Saint Paul, Ramsey county, Minnesota, and to
serve a copy of your answer to said complaint on
the subscriber, at his office in the city of Saint Paul,
in the county of Ramsey, Minnesota, within twenty
days ef*> r'.he rorvice of this summons upon yon,
exclusive. of tho day of such service; sad, If you
fail to answer the eaid complaint within the time
aforesaid, the plaintiff in this action will take
judgment against you and each of yon for the sum
of one hundred and three and 10-100 (103.10)
dollars, and interest thereon from and since January
let, 1883, besides the costs and disbursements of
this action.
Dated November 23th, A. D., 1883.
Plaintiff's attorney, St. Paul, Minn.
' _ _iecl8-tues-T»
J . of Amenta, in aad for the »is*ri«t of Min
nesota. :
layette County Savings Bank, eomplaiDant, against
Gorham P. Gould and fieerge B. Gould, doi'eed
Pursuant to tie deeree of the Circuit Court of
tbe United Hales of Amtrlea for the district of -
Minnesota made in this csnae at the December
term thereof, A. D. 1883, on the 2a.l day of Djcem-
her, A. D. 18»3, the uaderri;;ned, a m<u.ler in
ohaneary of said anurt, will sail at public a»t.'tii>n
to the highest bidder for «a»h. en Thursday, the
Tth day of February, A. D. 18B4, »t aleven o'clock
ln the ferenoen, at the front entrance to tie United
States Custom Hous», en Wabaehaw-street, in the
•Uy of St Paul in said district (the plaao of holding
•aid court to satisfy tko tun of $2,t99.'2T, found
duo the plaiatiff by j*id decree, with Interest from
and siacejrthe 36Hi day ot March, A. D 1883, at the
rata of 7 per east. x>?r aunum, and eosts, the fol
lowing described real estate, to-wit: . Lots three
(I), four (*) and five (8) and lot "E" of lot two (2),
fas per plat of said lot "B" now of recur J in tt<
office of the Banister of Deeds in and for Wright
oounty, Minnesota], all in secMon three (3), town
ship 118, rango twenty-seven (27); also lot -.kiii» (9)
in bloek twelve (12) intx» village of Howard Lake,
all and singular, the above premises situate and
being in Wright county, Minnesota.
. St Paul, December 22,18«3.
. ... Master in Chancery.
HJLOh H. Hoeiow, Plaintiff's Solicitor.
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