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had done. There was still plenty to be
made if the McGarrahan bill conld be got
through; that I had colleagues interested
with me in that bill; that I explained to
him that it provided for the ißsne of many
million acres of land scrip which would be
above the value of the Valentine scrip,
then worth about 30 per acre, and there
would be abundance "to divide. Keifer
further notifies me that he would not ask
an investigation by the house, us I had in
writing requested him to do, to the end
that hi 3 charges might be submitted to the
test of examination under oath. I cannot
doubt the house ■fcill consider it of iopor*
tanoe to inquire whether there are correß
pondents enjoying its privileges and pro
tected in their work by its rules, who carry
on lobbying with such affrontery as not to
hesitate to approach a speaker of the
\ rase with corrupt purposes. Hav
ing, then, called jour attention
to the grave charges made in writing by
ex-Speaker Keifer which- I pronounced
utterly devoid of truth, I have the honor to
inclose herewith the.fnll text of his letter to
me together with the correspondence per
ta.ning theretoand through yoa respectfully
request the house to order an investigation
of the matter. I have the honor to be
very lespeetfnily your obedient servant,
H. V. Boiston,
Correspondent of the Cincinnati Commer
cial Gazette.
Mr. Warner, of Ohio, offered aa amend
ment directing a committee to also in
quire whether aay member of the prfea
now holding' a seat in the reporters' gal
lery, against whom charges have been pre
ferred, had been guilty of conduct that
on^ht to deprive him of his right to a
seal. T;':i resolution. A3 amended was
adopted
Mr.-Ilui.: ill submitted tho conference
report oii tho' GreeJy relief bill.-
Adopted. Adjourned.
boxnton's challenge.
Accompanying the resolutions offered
in the house this afternoon by Represen
tative Hopkins, providing for the commit
tee to investigate the charges of corrup
tion made by ex-Speaker Keifer against
Gen. H. V. Boynton, were two letters
written by t'a'i latter to tho ex-speaker
concerning the anbject matter of charges,
and referred to by Keifer to-day in his
statement to the house. The Srsfc of these
communications mentioned by Keif for in
his remarks as a acarriloua letter was as
follows:
Washingtoh, Jan. 2G.
Hon. J. Warren Keifer, House of Repre
sentatives:
Sir: About a week ago yoa saw fit to
declare before the house committee on
acoonnts, where your official notion is
undergoing investigation, that a "clique
of correspondents" had misrepresented
you before the public because
you had defeated a claim they had attemp
ted to lobby through oongres3. Being
called on by several correspondents and
asked for names and specifications yoa
were pleased to use my name in thifi oon
cection, and claimed you had letfcorß from
me which would bo produced at the proper
time, to make good your charge. "There
upon I publicly denounced yom statement
as far as it related to me as dishonorable
and false, and challenged you to make
gaud your charges before a committee of
investigation. In the mnltioiplicity of
your public duties, and thoadd6d tax upon
your time and attention caused by the in
vestigation which the house is prosecuting
into your own acts, it is chariiable to sup
pose that your attention has not be&n at
tracted to this published card. I there
fore take the liberty to enclose it to you
with the remark that I cannot conceive it
possible for an honorable man to make
such charges betore an open committee
empowered to send for persons and pa
pers and administer oaths. I desire to
give you the widest possible field lor your
inquiries by now assorting that I have
never had either a direct or contingent
personal interest in any claim or other
legislation pending before either house of
congress during my service as correspond
ent in Washington. Sinoe lam amenable
to the rules of the house and hold a seat in
the press gallery subject ti) its will, proof
of your charge, or any similar charge,
would secure my expulsion from the gal
lery aud effect my disgrace, but on the
other hand, if you decline to assume the
oourage of your words, it ought not to
overtax your powers of perception to see
that your political associates will have
abundant reason to be mortified on acoount
ot their late complimentary votes for you,
ana that the country will have a right to
conclude you are without manli
ness or sentiment of honor,
nnd move on so low and
base a plane of political morals, that you
regard false charges against an honorable
man, as proper weapons to wield, wh6n
you are yourself arraigned before a oom
mittee of your fellow members on charges
of most questionable conduct, and find
these likely to be proved against yoa. Un
less you withdraw these oharges or tp.ke
action before tho close of Monday's Beesion
looking to submitting to an investigation,
I shall consider myself at liberty to make
this letter public as evidence that you con
fess your inability to Bustam your char/es.
Respectfully yours, H. V. Boyston.
I/ETTEE NO 2.
The second letter was from Boyntozt to
Keifer in reply to the latter's letter of
January 28th, to Gen. Boynton, which was
read in the hoasa to-day as part of Keifer's
statement. Gen. Boynton's letter was in
part as follows:
Washington, D. C, Jan. 28.—Hon. James
Keifer: Sir: Your charges I have twice
publicly declared to be utterly without
foundation in truth, in tho face of your
repetitions of them, and your additions
of pretended details. I still declare your
whole charge, so far aB it reflects upon me
to be unqualifiedly false, and assert further
that I never had any conver
sation whatever with you concerning
the provisions of the McGarrahan
bill, which by the way was reported by a
committee of jf.or own appointment; that
I never saw v co,i\ cf fhe bill until your
charges against n.o :'.^^ared, and never
read it until afte: itn .t-oeptionof your
letter of this date, when tho public became
aware of the pitiable spectaole you have
made before the committee charged with
the investigation of your shameful abn?e
of the power entrusted to you, as speaker
of the last house. .No one will be sur
prised ai the manner in which yon seek to
avoid the responsibility of your false ac
cusations. Repeating my earnest desire
to meet you whenever our differing state
ments can be tested by sworn testimony,
I subscribe myself. Very respectfully,
H. V. Boynton.
General Boynton. in an interview at the
close of General Keifer's speech today,
eaid he had simply to say on tho responsi
bility he was sooa to assume under oath
before the committee of investigation,
that he never had one word with General
Keifer on the merit of the McGarrahaa
bill at wny time or anywhere, except as
stated in his published letter, and that the
pretended details of a conversation with
him, as given by General Keifer on the
floor to day, formed a colossal falsehood,
and that he desired his denial to be con
sidered as broad as to cover every point of
that speech and his letter which suggested
corrupt action.
Suicide.
St. Loins, Jan. 30.— Adolph Berndes, a
Swede, and oivil engineer, aged twenty-six>
shot himself through the temple. Basi
net troubles had slightly deranged him.
He was married and came from Stock
holm.
LEGAL.
CTATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF KAMriEY.
£> In District Court, Second District.
In the matter of the Assignment of 3. C. Stnonet
to Edward H. Habiahorst:
And now upon reading and filing the petition of
Edward H. Hibighorst. the as.-ignee of 3. C. Simo
net, to 6eta time and place to hear the application
for the settlement of this assignment and for his
final discharge herein as such assignee, it is ordered
that paid application f.>r settlement of his account
for his final discharge from all liability and respon
sibility as such assignee of said J. C. ;-:moT:et be
heard before this court at a special term thereof to
be held at the conn: houne, in the city of St. Paul,
in said county, on Saturday, the 23d day of Febroa
ry, A. Is. 1881, e.t ten o'clock in the forenoon of
said day, or as soon thereafter as counsel can be |
heard, and that notice of said application be served |
on all the creditors of the said J. C. Simcnet, who
have proved their claims herein, and on the said
J. C. Simonet, by depositing in the postofflce at St.
Paul, in said county, at least twen'y days before
the return day of this order, a copy of this order
duly enveloped and fully postpaid and duly en
dorsed and directed to mid J. C. Simonet, and to
each of the creditors of the said J. C. Simonet,
who have proved their Claims as aforesaid at their
respective places of residence.
And that notice be al"o given herein by publish
ing >his order in the St. Paul Daily Globe, for
three consecutive weeks, at least once a week be
fore the return day of this order, the last publica
tion thereof to be a: least three days before the re
tarn day thereof. ;/:•.: •:
January 23d, 1884.
OBLAHD3 SIMONDS,
District Judge.
E. R. IJoTxjoiir.K, Attorney for Assignee.
janO4-thur-4w
STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF HAMBKX
—ss. In .Probate Court, special term, January
23, 1884.
In the matter of the estate of William HedQl, de
ceased.
On reading end filing the petition of William
B. Merriam, administrator with the will annexed
of the estate of William Medill, deceased, repre
senting among other things, that he has fully"ad
ministered ai<J estate, and praying bat a time and
placo be fixed for examining and allowing his ac
count of administration, and for the assignment of
the residue of said estate to the persoaa theretoj«n
titled by law;
It is ordered, that said account be examined, and
petition heard, by the Judge oi this court, on Mon
day, the 18th day of Fobruuary, A. I). 1884, at tftu
o'clock it. in., at the probate office in pairl county.
And it Is farther ordered, that notice thereof be
piven to all persons interested, by publishing a copy
of this order for three successive weeks prior to
said day of hearing, In the Daily Globe, a news
payer printed and published at daiut Paul, in said
county.
By the Court,
[L. B.] WM. B. M'OP.OKTY,
Judge of Probate.
Attest: Fsank Robert, Jr., Clork.
Harvey Officeb, Attorney for administj ator, etc
jan?4-thu-4w
CITATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF KAMri.UK
kj —ss. District Court, Second Judicial District.
Charles E. Keller and Annice E. Keller, copartners
as C. E. Keller and Company, plaintiff?, vs. Sarah
R. Grant and Elizabeth A. Wood, copartners do
ing business under the firm name and style of
S. R. Grant and Company, E. A. Grant. John H.
Wood, Ada L. Mayall, Sophia S. Brown, Fred 0.
Nicolai, John H. Wolterstorff and William F.
Moritz, copartners as Wclterstorff and Moritz,
Alexander McLean, John McLean, Edward Cns
-Bf.n and Vetal Oasaan, copartners as Edward Cas
san and Company. The American Manufacturing
Company, N. IS. Hussey, J. A. Egleston and Frank
Uussey, copartners as Hus»ey, Egleston and
Company, and Edward H. Biggs, defendants.
SUMMONS.
The State of Minnesota to the above named De
fendants:
You, and each of yon, are hereby summoned and
required to answer the complaint of tho plaintiff*
in the above entitled action, which has heretofore
been filed in the office of the clerk of said court, and
to serve a copy of your answer to paid complaint
on|the subscribers, Gt their oiSce in the city of Saint
Paul, in the county of Ilamsey, within twenty days
after the service of this summons upon you, ex
clusive of the day of such service, and if you fail
to answer tho said complaint within tho time
aforesaid, the plaintiffs in this action will apply
to the court for th 9 relief demanded therein.^
JIORTON & MORRISON,
Plaintiffs' attorneys, St. Paul, Minn.
janlO thur-7w
QTATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OH KajiojSX
kj — ss. In Probate Court, special term, January
9, 1884..
In the matter of the estate of A. Mary IL.Hyndman,
deceased:
On reading and filing the petition «f William H.
Hyndman, executor of the estate of Mary H. Bynd
intm, deceased, representing among other things,
that he has fully administered said estate, and pray
ing that a time and placo be Used for examining
and allowing his account of his administration, and
for the assignment of the residue of said estate to
heirs;
It is ordered, That said account bo examined,
and petition heard by the Judge of' this Court, ou
Saturday, the 2d day of February, A. 1). 1884, at 16
o'clock a. m., at the Probate office in said county.
And it is further ordered, that notice thereof be
given to all persons interested, by publishing a
copy of this order for three successive weeks prior
to said day of hearing, in the Daily Globe, a
newspaper printed and published at Saint Paul, In
said county.
By the Court,
[l. B.] WM, 3. McGBORTY,
Judge of Probate.
Attest: Fbank Robebt, Jr., Clerk.
Bigelow, Flandrau & Squikes, Attorneys for ex
ecutor, janlO-thur 4w
Sheriff's Execution Sale,
State of Minnesota; County of Ramsey—
By virtue of an execution issued out of the Dis
trict Court of the Second Judicial District, in and
for the county of Uamsey, in the state of Minne
sota, and to me directed! and delivered upon a
judgment entered in said court and docketed in
said county on the fourth (4th) day of May,
1876, in an action, wherein John W. A. Griswold
and Mark L. Potter were plaintiffs, and Samuel D.
Lord, Reuben B. Galusha and John Grace, sheriff
of Ramsey county, were defendants, in favor of
said plaintiffs and ngainet said defendants for the
sum of twonty-two dollars and ninety cents ($22.5K».)
I, Henry O'Gorman, sheriff of said county of
Ramsey, will soil at public auction to the highest
bidder for cash, at the front door of the new court
house, in the city of St. Paul, in said county of
Ramsey, on Friday, the eighth day of February,
1884, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of that day,
pursuant to the statute in such case made and pro
vided, the following described real property situ
ate, lying and being in the county of Ramsey and
state of Minnesota, that is to say: Tho northwest
quarter of the southeast quarter of tho southwest
quarter of section twenty-six (26) of township
twenty-nine (29) of range twenty-three (23), except
so much thereof as lies on either side of the center
li«o of the railroad of the First Division of the St.
Paul and Pacific Railroad company, now the St.
Paul, Minneapolis and Manitoba Railway company.
Dated December 24tb, 1883.
HENRY O'GORMAN, •
Sheriff of Ramsey County.
i'IGBLOw, Fiandrau & Squiues, Attorneys for
Jeremiah Learning, assignee of said judgment.
dec27-thurs-7 4
oTATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF KaM-
C» .iey—ss. District Court, Second Judicial Distrifct.
Herman Greve, plaintiff, ngaimt Ann Matilda Pif
ard, Frank A. Ward and Nina Haigbt Piffard, as
executors o£ the last will and testament of Sarah
liyre Pi£Eard ? deceased; Ann Mr.tiida Piffard and
Charles Jones, as executors of the last will and
testament of David Piifard, deceased; Arm Mn
tilda PiSnrd, Frank A. Ward, Mary H. Waid,
Nina Haight Fiffard, Emma Matilda Piffard, Har
ry Piffard, Helen Strong Piffsrd, Charles Carroll
Piffard, Henry G. Piffurd, Ann M. Piffard (wife of
said Henry G.), David Halsey TijltJ, also, all
ofoer persons or pnrtie* unknown, claiming any
right, title, estate, lien or interest in the real estate
described in the complaint herein, defendants.
SUMMOXS FOB KELIKF.
The State of Minnesota to the above named def end-
ants:
You are hereby summoned and required to
answer the complaint of the plaintiff in the above
entitled action, which is on file in the office of the
clerk of said court in the city of St. Paul in the
county of Ranisey and state of Minnesota, and to
serve a copy of your answer to said complaint on
the subscribers, at their office, room 22, Gilnllan
block in the city of ht, Paul in the county of Kam
sey, within twenty days after the service of this
summons upon you, exclusive of the day of such
service; and, if you fail to answer the said com
plaint within the time aforesaid, the plaintiff in
this action will apply to the court for the relief
demanded in tho complaint.
WARNEB & STEVENS.
Plaintiff'a Attorneys, Saint Paul, Minnesota.
dec'.iO-7w-tuurs
QTATE OFMTXN2SOTA—COUNTY OF RAMSEY,
O ss. District Court, Second Judicial District.
Herman Greve. plaintiff, against Ann Matilda Piff
ard, Frank A. Ward atdNina Haiffht Pift'ard as
executors of Die lest will ami testament of Surah
Eyre Piffard, deceased; AnnMatild;. Viffardand
Charles Jobes as executors of the l«st will and
testament of David Piffard, deceased; Ann Ma
tilda Piffard, Frank A. Ward, Mary H. Ward,
Niaa Haight Pifiard, Emma Matilda Piffard,
Harry Piffard, Helen Strong Piffard. Charles
Carroll Piffard, Henry G. Piffard, AnnM. Piffard,
(wife of said Henry G), David Halsey Piffard;
also, all other persons or parties unknown
claiming any right, title, estate, lien or interest
in the real estate described in the complaint
herein, defendants:
Notice is hereby given, That en action has been
commenced in this Court by tha above named
plaintiff, against the above named defendants; that
the object of said action is to determine the estate
and interest of said defendants and each of them in
the real estate hereinafter, and in the complaint
herein described, and to have the same declared
void, and to have the title and estate of the piain
tiff to and in said real estate confirmed and quieted;
and notice is also hereby given that the subject of
said action is real property in this State of Minne
sota and that the defendants claim an interest
therein, and that the relief demaad^J consists
wholly In excluding the defendants and fcaeh of
them from any interest therein or lien thereon,
and that the premises affected by this action are
situated in the County of Ramsey, State of Minne
sota, and are described as follows, to-wit: Lots
Fourteen (14), fifteen (15) and sixteen (16) tnd the
we3teriy half of lot thirteen (13), all in block
seventy-four (74) of Dayton & Irvine's addition to
St. Paul, according to the plat ther^f on file and of
record in the office of the Kegister of Deeds of
said County of Ramsey.
Wabner & Stevens,
Plaintiff's Attorneys, St. Paul, Minu.
Dated, December 19, A. D. 1883.
dec 20 7w Thurady
THE ST. PAUL DAILY GLOBE, THURSDAY MOBNiKG, JANUARY 3], 1884.
SIDEWALK ASSESSMENT.
Office of the Boakd of Public Wobks, )
.City of St. Paul, Minn., Jan. 28, 1884. )
The Boird of Public Works in and for the
corporation of the City of Bt. Paul, Minn., will
meet at their office in said City at 2p. m. on
the llth day of February,A. D. 1884, to make an
assessment of benefits, costs and expanses,
arising from tfce construction, relaying and
rppairing s-idewalks in said city, under contract
of Peter Berkey, (estimates Ncs. 7 and 9) for
term beginning April ltst, 1883, and ending Nov.
Ist, 188 a, on the property hereinafter described,
fronting on said walks and benefited thereby,
amounting in the aggregate to $10,910.71.
College Avenue, North side.
Supposed owner and description.
T. Wilson. Commencing at N. W. corner of
Eleventh and Wabashaw Sts., thence N 80 ft -
thence at right angles W 45 ft to line of Guer
in's land; thence 8 along said line to a point
on Eleventh St. 333^ feet from beginning ;
thence E 38}<j feet to beginning.
Tbos. W. Owings. Commencing on N. side of
Eleventh, St. where the line between Bazille
and Guerin intersects said street; thence N.
41 dog. 35 minutes W.along said line 319>£ ft;
thence S W'ly parallel with Eleventh St. 188%
ft; thence S. 41 deg, 35 minutes E.3!9% ft. to
N line of Eleventh St, thence along Eleventh
St. to beginning.
Farrington and Kinney's Addition to St, Paul.
Supposed owner and
deedi] Lot. Block.
L. B. Stephens an, ot al S 40 ft of 7 8 & 9 1
Park Place Addition to St. Paal.
Supposed owner and
description. Lot.
Jas. Hahn 1
Trustees Mini esota Church Foundation 25
Trustees Minnesota Church foundation.. 24
M E Morris 23
Same, E^of 22
Henry O'Goiman, W % of 22
Same c 21
E Ingbam 20
Same 19
Collins street, North side.
Collins' Subdivision of Lots 8 ard 9, of Ir
vine's Addition of Outlots to St. Paul.

Supposed owner and
description. _ Lot.
Bridget Quinn .' 4
L Hoy 5
Same G
Board of Education 7
Concord street, North side.
West St. Paul Proper.
Supposed owner and
description. Lot. Block.'
John Iten 4 90
Same 8 90
Same 2 90
Same 1 90
C H Witherill w % of.. 5 70
MDDixon 1 71
Same 2 71
Same 8 71
E Langevin 5 06
Prospect Plateau.
Supposed owner and
description. Lot. Block.
Olive X Tofteii 12 10
West Side Lacd & Cottage Co 13 10
Same 14 10
Samo 15 10
Same 16 10
game 17 10
Same 18 10
Same 19 10
Amelia Brontel 20 10
We.-it Side Land & Cottage Co 21 10
Same 22 10
Same 15 9
Same 7 9
Joseph Jamish 8 9
We3t side Land and Cottage C 0.... 9 9
RosaSchaubie 10 9
Mary Kenealy, W 89 ft. of 7 8
West Sido Land and Cottage Co., E
lftof 7 3
Josephine Anstett 8 8
Same 9 8
Charles H Lienau, WIOO ft of A 8
Carl H Waschneck, E 30 ft of A 8
Bell's Addition to West St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description. Lot. Block
CarlH Waechneck 10 16
Same 9 16
Same 8 16
H Schmidt 7 16
Charles Harder 6 16
Dousman street, East side.
Winslow's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description. Lot. Block.
Harry Wright, Northerly of Fort St. 5 1
Ellen street, North side.
Michel's Bub-diTision of Block 14, Stinson's
DiTisio"n, St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description; . Lot. Block.
Cath Arnold 30 2
Same 1% 2
Bame 28 2
Same....: 27 2
Same 26 2
Same 25 2
Robert Lufsky, E % of 24 2
Wm A Drake, W >$ of 24 2
Same 23 2
A Wall 22 2
B Michel, E % of 21 2
August Bherdin, W % of 21 2
Fred Pomplun 20 2
Same 19 2
Wm Gehimann 18 2
J l'omplun 17 2
August Raatz 16 2
Ellen street, South side.
Michel's Subdivision of Block 14, Stinson's di
vision, St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description. Lot. Block.
Carlßichter 1 1
Ernst Spiller 2 1
B.Michel 3 1
J. & T. Goblish, w!* of 4 1
Theresia Goblish, e% of 4 1
Gotlieb Bahr 5 1
Albert Beier 6 1
Henry Btuerion 7 1
HBelde 8 1
H & M Olson 9 1
B Michel 10 J
Same 11 1
HMofiit 12 1
Same 18 1
Joli ii Trotter 14 1
Same 15 1
Fifteenth street, North side.
Ashton & Sherburne's Addition to 3t. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description. Lot. Block.
ADahl 1 22
C A Mann & A L Mayali et al 8 22
Ijaoie - - ... 9 22
Same - - .... 10 22
F Olson Ely 25 ft of W'ly 50ft of 15&16 21
J V Lewis W'ly 25 it of 15&16 21
LauraM Mead 1 21
Fifteenth street, South side.
Tinker's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owrer and
description. Lot. Block.
Tim Reardon 1 1
Fifth street, North side.
Rice & Irvine's Addition to 9t. Paul.
Supposed owner aud
description. Lot. Block.
House of Hope 12 5
Same 11 5
Oswald Steiler 7 5
A R Capehart 10 55
Wmßrown, Jr 9 55
GWArmstrong 8 55
Irvine's Enlargement to Bice & Irvine's Addi
tion to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description. Lot. Block.
G W Keese (except Fifth Street).. 5 61
J and N Hardy (N'ly of Fifth
street). .\.. 8 62
L E Montgomery (Sly of Fifth
street) Ely 28 feet of ....9 62
R Whitacre (except Ely 28 feet
and Fifth street).... ..9 62
F X Peyer (except N W 40 feet of
N E 30 feet and Fifth street) 10 62
Fourteenth street, North side.
Tinker's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description. Lot. Block.
Fred Lambrecht 6 I
Fourteenth street, South side.
Tinker's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description. Lot. Block.
Sarah V Vanderwarker 12 » 2
.vVf .■-■'
Garfield street, East side.
Winston's Subdivision of W % of S W % of Lot
4, Leech's Outlots to St. PauJ.
Supposed owner and
description. L o t.
E Annie Olson 5
Same 6
Same 10
M Siegenthaler 7
Same 8
Same, S 9 ft of 9
M Pfeifer, N 22 ft of '. 9
Whitacre, Brisbane & Mullen's Subdivision of
Lots 1 and ?, Leech's O-tlots to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description. Lot.
A Walters and J H Jacoby 85
W D Morgan (JO
Andrew O'ltourke 87
Pat Leo, (except Pleasant avenue) 12
L3ech'e Subdivision of N W '4 of Lot 4,
Leech's Outlots to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description. Lot
John Ilunstock, W ICO ft of 8
Adam Shuster, W 100 ft of 7
P Nolan 6
George street, South side.
Olivier's Addition to West St Paul.
Supposed owner and
description. Lot. Block.
WRBown.... 5 18
Same 4 18
Same 8 18
E Langevin 2 18
Same 1 18
E (J Horsnell 1 10
Dawson's Addition to St Paul.
Supposed owner and
description ■ Lot. Block.
Wm Dawson 11 9
ChasE Fowler 10 9
Thos E Manning 9 9
8 A Looby . 6 9
PR McDonnell 1 10
Wm Dawson 14 10
Frank Paul 13 10
Wm Dawson 12 10
West St Paul Proper.
Supposed owner and
description. Lot. Bl«ck.
J Boahiir 1 101
F (iraubniann 10 IWI
JC O'Gorman 1 99
Same 10 99
Mary F Dawson 1 98
Same (Except Dakota aye.) 10 98
Bonrtl of Education 10 97
Wm Dickmann 1 96
Same, W %ol 8, 9& 10 96
A W Martensen, E X of 8, 9 & 10 96
Chaa D Jones, W % of 1 95
Estate of Richard Bradley, E % of. 1 95
Same 10 95
Grand avenue, South side.
Summit Park Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description. Lot. Block-
R V Pratt 1 2
Same 2 2
J W White 8 2
Same 4 2
Same 5 2
T M Pepper 6 2
Same 7 2
IVDHeard 8 2
Augusta Heard 9 2
Same 10 2
Same 11 2
I V D Heard 12 2
Same 13 2
Same 14 'A
Same 1 5
Same 2 5
Same 3 5
Same \ 4 5
Same 5 5
WD Cornish 6 5
Peter Gillen 7 5
Wm Thompson 8 5
Same 9 5
T8 Tompkins 10 5
Same 11 5
PD Rugg 12 5
Same 13 5
Chili H. Boardmau 14 5
Margaret E Culver 15 5
L (i Ward 1 8
CX Button 2 8
game 8 8
CAMoore 4 8
Same 5 8
Same 6 8
Same 7 8
Same 8 8
Same 9 8
Same 10 8
JasC Staut 11 8
Same 12 8
C A Moore 18 8
Same It 8
JCGreen 3 17
Same '. 4 17
JohnC Hill 5 17
JC Green 6 17
Same 7 17
Same 8 17
Same 9 17
Same 10 17
Same 11 17
Same 12 17
'Same 18 17
Same , 14 17
Hoffman avenue, East side.
Dajton Place Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description. ' Lot.
D D Merrill 1
Same 15
Same 14
Stinson's Rearrangement of Block 45, Lyman
Dayton's Addition to iit. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description. Lot.
Jas Stinson 12
Same 13
Same 14
Same 15
S*m9 16
Same 17
Lyman Dayton's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description. Lot. Block.
PH Kelly 15 50
Same 14 50
Same 13 50
Bame 12 50
J N Schroeder 11 50
Same 10 50
S L Thompson 58
W J Godfrey, S W 177}£ ft of 62
Dodge's Subdivision of Block 64, Lyman Day
ton's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner acd
description. Lot.
WRBurkhard 11
Same 10
Same 9
Henry M Lewis 8
Same 7
Same 6
Lyman Dayton's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and .
description. Block.
John Ogden , 67
j Leech street. East side.
Leech's Addition to St. PauL .
Supposed owner and
description. Lot. Block.
Mary McDermont, N 60 ft of 8 1
Joaannah Connors, 524 ft of XB4
ft of.. ...8 1
8 E Slater, S 86 ft of 8 1
M Sweeney. ;*. 7 6
51 J Agnew, N of S % 0f....... 8 6
Annie A Davis.B % of N -■< of 8 %
0f.... ;. 3 6
Jane Miller, S '<< of 8 % of 8 6
Wm Dixon N X of 8 6
T McGovern 14 7
V Haag 13 7
Jas Htinson 12 7
Bridget bhearon 11 7
WmMattocks 10 7
G Hewitt 9 7
Jos Haag 8 7
Jackson street.
Tinker'e Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description. Lot. Block.
Frederick Lambrecht 6 1
H W Gutsche,N'ly X of W']y % of 2 2
Pat White, Sly % t of W'ly %of 2 , 2
Same ...3 2
Leech street, West side.
Leech's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description. Lot. Block.
A Oppenheim ( Sly oSFort street) 6 2
Same (Sly of Fort street; 7 2
ABStickney 1 5
FW Dohm 14 5
E George 1 «
Jas Conway, N 60 feet of 14 6
W P Con way, S 53 -■■< feet of £*
113>£feef cf 14 8
Julia Sohroeder, S Xof 14 •»
Martin street, North side.
Macknbin & Marshall's addition to St. Paul.
supposed owner and
description. Lot. " Block.
Alex Came, S % of - 29 80 7
M itegibbon 28 7
Same.. 27 7
Michael Cunningham 26 7
E L Bone, 8 120 feat of 25 7
Same. S 120 feet of 24 7
U..m^ U 1OA#««-y ..ft' ~i s ..c no n
UUUIU, O liv IKUIi Ul a ,4 111 £„, i
J A Schmidt, 8 120 feet of W >$ of '2-', 7
Same, 120 feet of 22 7
O Hurrasch 21 7
John Laibl, S 120 feet of 20 7
A G Long, 8 120 feet of 19 7
Same, S 120 feet of E & of IS 7
OA L Bchultz, 8 120 ft of W>s .18 7
Same, 8 120 ft E X of 17 7
Jos and Rosalie Geger, 8 120 ft of
W^of 17 7
Same and same, 8 120 ft of 16 7
E M Mackubin 83 8
Same 29 * 8
HLDousman 28 M 8
Same 27 f 8
Same '26 8
Same 25 8
Wm Thorn 24 »
H Greve '25 8
HLDousman 22 8
Same 21 8
Same 20 8
S.-.me 19 8
Ssme i 18 8
Wm Byrne 17 8
Same 16 8
J B Trudeau 30 9
Same 29 '.)
Same 23 9
James Mackubin, „ .27 9
John Steminetz 26 9
John Eagiui 25 9
MackuHn 24 9
AS Elfelt 23 9
*X R Capehart 22 9
Same 21 9
AD Nelson 20 9
Same 19 9
Same 18 9
D W Hand 17 9
Same... 16 9
W a Wtrthingtoa 30 10
Same 29 10
Same 28 10
A IJ Capehart 27 10
JasMackubin 26 10
MattieSnow 25 10
H (ireve 24 10
Jas Macknbin 28 10
L J T Wood 22 10
All Capehart 21 10
M Sherman 20 10
Same 19 10
Same 18 10
JohnT Averill 17 10
Same 16 10
Martin street, South side.
Mackubin & Marshall's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description. Lot. Block.
John Hoffmann.... 1 14
dame 2 14
VMLorin 3 14
Same 4 14
Same 5 14
Susan Lorin 6 14
dame .'7 14
Same 8 14
Same 9 14
WmGrab 10 14
B Michel 11 14
Chas Siggelkon 12 14
B Michel 13 14
Same 14 14
Same 15 14
H Freeling, N X of 1&2 18
JPGribben 3 18
Louis Haansel 4 13
JP Gribben 5 18
Emelia Wit singer 6 13
J Doyle ••• 7 18
Mary A Ross 8 18
FJBaumann 9 13
Same ...'..::.: 10 13
RobtM Bell 11 13
bamo '• I 2 I 8
Jos Sack 13 18
Same..... 14 13
A R Capehart 15 18
A Ii Capehitrt 1 12
E Calvert .'.*•• 2 12
Same : 3 12
5ama...... ..4 12
Same 5 12
MCHammon 6 12
Jaa' Mackubin V 12
AS Elfolt '. 8 12
Calvert 9 12
Same 10 12
Same H -*2
Same 12 12
Same 13 12
Same 14 12
ARCapehart 15 12
Geo Culver 1 11
John Farrington 2 11
Same 3 11
Same .....4 11
Geo S Heron ....5 11
Thomas Leally 6 11
Jas Mackubin 7 il
AR Capehart 8 . 11
Greenleaf Clark 9 «
Same 10 11
Same H 11
Same 12 li
Same .....13 11
Same 1* H
EdßLott 15 11
Marshall avenue, North side.
Mackubin &, Marshall's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description. Lot. Block.
P O'hrien 28 22
CL Norton .• 27 22
Same 26 22
JElngles 25 22
P Holmes 24 22
Joaephßittle 28 22
S C King 22 ti
H TKoemple 21 22
Same 20 22
BJ Braci 19 22
Same, E>£ of 18 22
CHDougan, W^of 18 22
game 17 "<*2
Same 16 22
Ninth street, North side.
Kittson's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description. Lot. Block.
Frank Keogh 8 12
Same, E 88 ft of 7
Oak street, East side.
iiicoi' Irvine's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description. Lot. Block.
J Simpson 5 54
Oak street, West side.
Irvine's Enlargement to Rice A Irvine's Addi
tioutoSt. Paul.
Supposed owner and
xt _d<tit»- Lot. Block.
N W Kitt««n and D D Merrill, (ex
cept S 12 ft).... l 60
Amanda Turnball ..1 62
Pine street, J3ast side.
Kittßon's AdJiton to St. Paul.
Supposed owner acd •
description. Lot. Block.
ME Parker ..5 5
J P Hoffmann ..5 27
Pine street, West side.
Supposed owner and description.
Augusta Young. Commencing at N E corner of
block 1. Kitison's Addition to St. Paal; thence
8 Ely along Pine streat 32 feet; thence W'ly
along Nygren's N'ly line 63 feet; thence N'ly
at right naglei with Gr >ye street to Grove
street; thence Ely along Grove street to be
ginning, fi.v. r-
KitLsor.'? Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description. -\ •' • Lot. Block.
Evangelical Association of North
America 8 3
AUauntaer 8 18
Eam3ey street, South side,
Leech's Addition to St. Paul.
buppoeed owner and
description Lot. Block.
City of Jit Paul, 75 ft of 1 2!
Thos Skok. Thct part of lots 1 ard S, Ewinj;
fc Chute's subdivision of lota (i and 7, blue*.
I, Leech's Addition to St. Paul, weatof a line
A *i I. it - * ,1 m • t . . .
urawu mrougn we middleol said lot J, from
Ramsey street Sly to Seventh street.
M Mazenco. That part of lots 1 and 3. Ewing
&. (.'.-iUto's subdivision of lota 6 and 7, block 1,
Leech's Addition to St. Paul, oast of a liua
drawn through the middle of said lot l, boa
Rama y 6tret>: Sly to Seventh street.
Leach's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and J
description. Lot. Block.
M Gautzer, (N'iy of Fort street).. 5 1
Seventh street, South side.
Terry's Addition to St. Paul.
3upposed owner and
description. Lot. Block.
Dawson & Smith.' 5 14
Same acd same 6 14
Rachel Hopkins 7 14
CP Harris 8 14
Philip Anhalt \\ 20
E. M. Mackubin's Addition to St. Pnul.

Supposed owner and
description. Lot. Block.
EM Mackubin 10 4
Same 9 ■ 4
Bame 8 4
Same 7 4
Same 6 4
Same „5 4
Same 4 4
Same 80 2
J°hnßtono's Subdivision of Block 112, Lym'tn
Dayton's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description. Lot.
II 8 Fairchild 18
Jtc Ehrmantrant 19
Emily Huntiogtun 20
Ernst Steeu 21
Same 22
CarlAsch 23
August Motzger 24
Same 25
Sibley street, West side.
MayalPs Subdivision of Block 1, Whitney &
Smith's Addition, and of Block 17,
Robert & Randall's Addition to
St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
debcription. Lot.
J A Btee» et al 1 7
Sixth street, East side.
Irvine's Enlargement to Rice & Irvine's Addi
tion to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description. Lot. Block.
Marion C Cole 9 60
St. Peter street, West side.
Ewing & Chute's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description Lit. Block.
R Chute (Sly of St. Peter St) .... 3 13
Summit avenue, North side.
Irvine's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and Lot. Block,
description.
A 8 Leonard 8 8
Atherton and Leonard.. 9 'A
C Bell Wright 10 3
Same 11 3
-ame 12 3
H M Nichols (except Johnson's re
arrangement) 16 3
II 8 Fairchild. Commencing at a point on N'ly
line of Snmmit avenue, where W'ly lino of
lot 12, block 8, Irvine's addition to St. Paul,
intersects said Summit avenue; thonce N'ly
along the W. line of lots 12 and 18, in said
block 3, 240 feet to Iglehart street; thence
W'ly along Sly line of Iglehart street; 126.81
feet; thence sly to a point in Summit avenue,
120 feet W'ly from place of beginning; thence
E'iy to beginning.
John Nichols. S. 200 feet of E. 400 feet of
Csoction 86, town 29, range 23, except Summit
avenue.
Dayton & Irvine's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description. Lot. Block.
John Nichols 1 83
Same 2 83
Tenth street, South side.
Robert & Bandall's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description. Lot. Block.
William F Davidson 6 11
Lamprey's Subdivision of part of Block 11,
Robert and Randall's Addition to St. Paul
Supposed owner and
description. Lot.
Breen and Young 5
A P Warren , 4
Same 8
William Zollrcan 2
Monroe Sheire ' 1
Third street, North side,
Irvine's Enlargement toßice&lr»ine\s Addition
to St. Paul
Supposed owner and »
description. Lot. Block.
R N McLaren 11 (52
F. X. Peyer. (Except N. W'ly 40 ft of
N Ely 30 ft, and Fifth Street) 10 62
Yon Minden street, North side.
Winslow's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description. Lot. Block.
Edward Hannon, W 40 ft of 8 100
ft of 8 11
P H Thorton, E 41>£ ft of 8 100 ft
of 8 11
Barbara Schneider 9 11
Same, EX of 10 11
M Miller, W X of 10 11
F Shennark, W % of 11 11
Wm Jindra, E X of 11 11
Jos Eagan 12 11
Theo Heninger 6 5
Same, W 57 2-10 ft of 7 5
M Walter, E 24>£ ft of 7 5
Same 8
Catherine B Sheeby 9 5
Same 10 5
Washington street, West side.
Rico andJlrrine's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description. Lot. B ■><•!;
Andrew Fooe, • W'ly 110 ft 0f.... 9 23
Annie B Murphy, N Ely 40 ft of 8
l^Oftof 9 03
Miuc ■ ilors-, (Except 8 W'ly 150
_ ft» 9 23
Same, S W'ly 5 ft of 1 2 3
Webster street, West side.
Kamiey's Subdivision of W>£ <.f Biock 26,
Siisson, Brown A Ramsey's Addition to
St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description. [ jO t_
CStahhnann I Sly of Fort itn '.... 16
Same ( except Fort street) 9
Same (except Fort street I "*_ $
Same '" 7
Same .'.'. ...*.*.*.'." 6
same 5
Same 4
game " 3
Hamo ..'.'..'.'.'.'.'....'......... 2
Same \\ \
A. V. Brow.Vr* Subdivision of W % of Block
SO, Stinson, Brown & Kamsoy's Addi
tion to St. Pan).
Supposed owner and
description. Lot.
I' Richter loxcopt 6treet) g
Sanio (except etroet) 7
Westminster street, "West side.
Warren & Win&low'a Addition to St. Paul.
SappoV d owner and'
.icscription. Lot. Block.
JAbiees 5 {
Frank a Base 0 1
J AandWM St<o3 9 1
Sutne and same 10 ]
II X Bigelow H 1
C VanAuken : •_• 1
Same v; 1
Samo ,}4 1
Same \:> 1
West Seventh street, South side,
Winsiow'a Audition to yt. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description. Lot. Block.
Thos flonjiigar, (B'ly of Fort st). 5 i
BUB . (Sly of Fort st) W 54 ft of 4 1
Anna Cunningham, (Except w .1
ft) that part Sly of Fort et of.. 4 1
Mary Funk, (Except Fort st) 3 i
Leech'sOntlots to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description. Lot.
Johanna Overbook, (Except S 49.53 ft)
that part Sly of Fort st. of fcl V of
SE^of .... 4
M Wondm, 8 49.65 ft of that part S'lv of
Fort of E>^of 3 EKof 4
Leech's Addition to 3t. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description. Lot. Hock.
llGrevo, iH'ly of Fort 7 9
Same, (Sly of Fort at) C 9
C G tichmidt, (Sly of Fort st) " 9
GHe •■■"■ 11, (Except Fort i.... 4 9
BSxith, (S'Jy of Fort st) . ,12,13Jt14 4
All persons interested aro hereby notified to
bo present at said time and ;>!.k-.< of making
said assessment and will be heard.
JOHN TABBING . > ... President.
Official: K. L. GOBMAK,
31-33 Clork Board of Public V/ork*.
A GREAT^BARGAIN !
IWERTVFOR SALE 15ALEXASDIiiX HI
In Alexandria, closo by the Railroad station
and about 142 miles from St. Paul, ia for ealo,
three lota, 150x60 feet each, two fine bui'dincs
aro erected on said lots and now used for hotel
and saloon business. A rushing business ho*
been dona ever since the opening of the affaii
and would bo a splendid chanco for a qualified
business man to double the amount of monoj
put in, in a vory short time. Two larga o ova
tors are erected near tho station. The location
«f this property is most beautiful being Located
closo by a fine lake. Concerning price and
terms write to either to its present owner, Mr.
DANIEL ANDEKSON, Alexandria, Minn., or to
MLSBON BHOS., 817 East Sovonth stn St.
Paul. Minn. IQoodlm
LEGAL.
Chancery Foreclosure Sale.
Circuit Court of the United Slut.-, District of Min
nesota.
The J. I. Case Plow Co., complainant, vs. Philander
U. Nettleton, Julia B. Nettlotou, C. C. Brown and
Lane K. Stone, defendants.
Pursuant to a decree of tint Circuit Court of the
United Htatel of America, within and for tho Dis
trict of Minnesota, made in the above entitled cause
at the December term thereof, A. D. 1888, and upon
the 38th day of January, A. D. 1884, the undersigned,
a Master in Chancery of said court, will tell at pub
lic veudue, to the highest bidder for caah, on Fri
day, the 14 th day of February, A. D. 1884, at oleven
o'clock in the forenoon, at the front entrance to
the United Stales Custom House, on Wnlm-iiiiw
street, in the city of St. Paul, in Bald district, (tho
placo of holding said court) to satisfy the sum of
twothousand three hundred fifty-two 76-10 • dollars
(fi,y,2 76-100), found due the coraplninant by tho
said decree, with interest and costs, the following
described real estate, to-wit.: All those tract* or
parcels of land lying and being in the county of
Ohippewa and stato of Minnesota, described an fol
lows, to-wit.: A strip of land six (6) feet in width off
of the north side of lot eleven (11), and all of lot
twelve (12) in block "X" in Montevideo, according
to the plat thereof of record in tho office of the
Register of Deeds In and for Raid county.
Dated at. Paul, Jan. 30, 1884.
WILLIAM A. BPEKCEU,
* ■ Master in Chancery.
C. H. LrK, Solicitor for Complainant.
jan!}l-7w-thu
WTATK OF MINNESOTA, CuiINTV Of KAMMiiY
*•' —ss. In Probate Court, special term, January
28, 1884.
In tbo matter of the estate of Francis Kelly,
deceased.
Whereas, An Instrument in writing, purporting
to be the last will and testament of Francis K«lly,
deceased, late of said county, has been delivered
to this court;
And wherea3, Mary Elizabeth Kelly has filnd there
with her petition, representing among other things
that said Frances K*lly died in said county, on the
7th day of October, 1883, testate, and that pniri pe
titioner is the sole executrix named in Raid last
will and' testament, and praying that the said in
strument may bo admitted to probate, and that tet
ters testamentary be to her issued thereon;
It is ordered, that the proofs of said Instrument,
and the said petition, be hoard before this court, at
the probate office in said county on the 18th day
of February A. D. 1884, at 10 o'clock In the forenoon,
when all concerned may appear and contest tht»
probate of Hold instrument.
And it is further ordered, That public notice of
the time and place of said hearing be given to all
persons interested, by publication of these orders
for three week* successively previous to said day
of hearing, in the Daily. Globe, a newspaper
printed and published at Saint Paul, in said county.
By the Court, WM. Is. McGHOIUY,
I l. s.J Judge of Probate.
Attest: Frakk Robeet. Jr.. Clerk.
Thko- E. Pabxkr, Attorney for Petitioner.
jqn24 thn-4w
ST ATK OF MINNESOTA, OOU.NXX OK UaMOUXi
yj —ss. In Probate Court, Special Term, January
23,1831.
In tha matter of the estate of Archibald Grfiham,
deceased.
On reading and filing the petition of Archibald
Graham, John A. Graham, and A. Graham Rob
inson, executors of the estate of Archibald Graham,
deceased, representing among other thins*, that
they nave fully administered sal estate, anri pray
ing that a time and place be fixed for examining
and nllcning their account of adminisirntion, and
for the assignment of the residue of said estate to
the persona named in the v. ill of Faid deceased;
It is ordered, that Raid account be examined nd
petition heard, by the judge of this court, on Satur
day, the lfith day of February, A. D. 1884, at ten
o'clock a. m,, at the probate office, in «aid ounty.
And it is further ordered, that notice thereof be
given to all persons interested, by publishing a
copy of this order for three successive weeks prior
to said day of hearing, in the Daily Globe, a news
paper printed and published at Saint Paul, in raid
county.
By the Court, Wm. E. ITcGRORTI
[i« «••] Judge 01 Prol>&t<»
Attest: F'sawt .TZobebt Jr.. Clerk.
Chas. E. Om. Attorney for Executors.
■toti'U-Hi'i 4-
OTATEOF.YUNAtouXA,OUUX«X* V* :^x
*J £H.
The State of Minnesota to Morris W. Wheeler, do
ing business under the firm naiao of U. W.
Wheeler & Co.. defendant:
You are hereby summoned to be and appear be
fore tho cnder*igned,one of th« Justices of tho Peac»
In and for said county, on the 7th day of Februa
ry, 1881, at 10 o'clock hi the forenoon, at my ot!ic«
in the city of Saint Paul, In said county, to an.«'";r
to T. C. Connor, la a civil notion.
• Should you fail, to appear at the time and plica
aforesaid, judgment will be rendered ng.iiu.-tt you
upon UlO evidonco adduced by said T. C. Connor
for snob sum an he shall show himself entitled to.
Gives under my hand this 9th day of January,
A.D. 1884. E. H. WOOD,
Justice of the Peace.
Eawra, Btak & Iv*s, Attorneys for plaintiff.
janlO 4w-tbur
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