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DAILY WEATHER BULLETIN; £;
Officii Chief Signal Officer,
W^shixcton, '•'. «\. April 6,. 1883.-9:56 p.ai.
Observations taken at the same moment of
Slate at all stations.
Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather.
B. Paul -.. 'I'xi.'i.. 40 S Cloudy.
idlings 29.97 38 ES Clear.
Bfciuarck 29.91 S6 N Cloudy.
Daadwood 29.93 40 NE Clour.
Duluth 29.88 37 0 Clear.
Huron, Oak 29.97 45 SE Blair.
M *Aa**i 20.78 2'5 W Clear.
Moorhead... 29.88 43 NE Clear.
Bt.Yincent 29.80 31 SW Clear.
F-. -\—.:,.:Y.ivm.AZ'j.M bo H Clear.
V.rtRnford WU*l S5 W Clear.
Fort Garry 29.73 32 W Clear.
DAILY LOCAL KFAK3.
Bar. Ther. Dew Point. Wind. Weather.
29.953 39.0 24.8 S Cloudy.
Amount of melted snow, .00; Maximum ther
mometer, 47.5; minimum thermometer, 30.9;
dsily ranee, 17.5
Biver, observed height, 6 feet 4 inches.
P. F. Utose
Sereeant Siena": Corps, D. S. A.
Washington, April 7.—1 a. m. —Indica-
tions for the upper Mississippi valley, local
rain- followed by Shir weather; slightly
warmer south to west winds; slight rise,
followed by falling barometer. Missouri
valley, slightly warmer, fair weather, south
to west winds, and stationary or lower
Italian opera matinee this afternoon.
Gov. Hubbard Left the city for Red Wing
James QninlanJ northwestern passenger
a^rent of cho Chicago, Burlington & Quincy
road, is in St. Paul.
An allowance for $2,500 back pensions
was received at the adjutant general's de
The Northern Pacific people aro boast
ing :. good deal of the coal deposits along
the line of their road.
The closing performance of the Italian
opera combination will be given at the
Opera house this evening.
The funeral of the late Officer John
Sheehan takes place at 9 o'clock this
morning from the cathedral.
The fish commissioners are still dishing
oat the little fishes all the time, but do not
expect any more for some time.
The Mutual Fire Insurance company, of
Delaware, (>., was admitted to do business
in the state of Minnesota yesterday.
Acting Chief Duggan and Assistant Hil
debrand, were busily engaged in scrubbing
out an i renovating their rooms in the city
Mayor Rice yesterday appointed Thomas
H. Dickinson a special policeman in the
yard of the St. Paul & Manitoba Railroad
company, vice Pat Gibbons' discharged.
There were four fines paid in the munic
ipal court yesterday— simple drunks
and one drunk and disorderly.aggregaling
s_."«. and one commitment to the work
house for ten days.
The steamer Minneapolis, of the David
son electric line, has the honor of being
the first boat up the river this seaso».
Yesterday it came up as far as La Crosse
and then started back to St. Louis.
The ice in the river below the bridge
broke loose yesterday afternoon and moved
down the river to the bend. The strong
current is rapidly wearing the ice away,
and a few days of mild weather will clear
the river to Lake Pepin.
Officer Lowell was credited in yester
day's papers with making a bad mistake
in arresting a crowd of citizens as "vags."
It was another officer who made the blunder
which was unaccountably credited to
Lowell. He had nothing whatever to do
with the affair.
Nothing could be learned yesterday at,
the general oilices of the Chicago, St. Paul
& Omaha road, in this city, as to the re
ported changes that are likely to take place
on the Royal Route. Most of the officers
are away and those that are here do not
know anything on the subject.
Mr. Dennis Ryan, who purchased some
time ago a large portion of the Desnoyer
estate, yesterday closed up a contract for
the remainder of it. This consisted of
Mrs. Desnoyers life estate in twenty
acres of land and .-$500 per year. Mr.
Ryan now owns both. The price paid is
not made public.
The merchant tailoring establishment of
Krai & Buckta, 379 Fort street, was bur
glarized Thursday night, the thieves carry
ing away some remnants of cloth, a half
dozen or ?o handkerchiefs, scarf pins, etc.
The style of work done is accepted as con
elusive evidence by the police that the
thieves were boys.
Special Policeman Gibbons, charged
with Pat OHalloran, also a special officer,
by Gus Eggleston with assault and battery
was discharged yesterday morning by
Judge Barr, upon the motion of City At
torney Murray, who stated that investiga
tion failed to show any grounds for the
charge. O'Halloran demanded a jury trial
and his case was continued until the Oth.
Mayor Rice received a communication
yesterday from Capt. Wheeler, of the
quartermaster's department of the United
States army, in which the mayor's atten
tion is called to the fact that the city au
thorities are dumping refuse upon the lots
purchased for the government to erect a
warehouse. As the government will com
mence soon to work upon the building,
Capt. Wheeler desires to have the dumping
of refuse stopped.
To-morrow night Mr. Seiberi gives the
last concert of the series that he has been
giving at Turner hall during this winter.
On this occasion he will be assisted by the
members of Bach's orchestra of Milwaukee,
who have been in this vicinity for a week,
playing with the Italian Opera company.
Tne two organizations will present a large
and very efficient body of musicians, that
will present a superior programme in a
very superior manner.
This afternoon, at 3 o'clock, an exhibi
tion wil! be given at the St. James hotel of
the Pfefferle fire escape, for which the
c'.niui is made that it is the most wonder
fa 1 life-saving invention of the age. Some
thing of this kind the public imperatively
demand as a part of the equipment of
hotels, and puch an appliance at private
residence-^ and business buildings, that
offers immunity from loss of life, will be
readily adopted. The public will be inter
ested in witnessing the lire escape exhi
bition this afternoon. ,
She modestly put her head in at a store
door, having seen baskets of strawberries
displayed in front, and asked how much
they sold them for. "One dollar a basket."
"O-n-e d-o-l-l-a-r a b-a-s-k-e-t," she
managed to drawl out in the space of five
minutes, and looking at the dapper young
grocery clerk with a stoney stare, she ejac
ulated: *'Young man, you will get to ihe
St. Peter insane asylum before we pick
berries again here, if you don't quit your
horrid lying! Oh, you mean thing!"
John Lawrie, for a plain drunk, was sent
to the workhouse yesterday for ten days.
Lawrie was arrested for the same offense
Tuesday night last, and discharged by
Judge Burr the next morning upon the
recommendation of City Attorney Murray
and Officer McMahon who arrested him,
because of his being a Presbyterian min
ister, in which he has documentary evi
dence including railroad passes to John
Lawrie, Cresco, Iowa. When discharged
Wednesday Lawrie promised to let liquor
alone, but Thursday night he was found
dead drunk on Seventh street, between
Cedar and Minnesota streets. When in
court yesterday morning he complained
that he had been robbed of a fine gold
watch, which he will have to charge to his
H. M. Pay ton and wife are at the Mer
W. R. Collins, St. Peter, is at the Met
Hon. W. L. Hollifter, Austin, state sen
ator, is at the Metropolitan.
G. W. Leavitt and Andrew Koemer,
Litchfield, are at the Merchants.
Mad. Minnie Hauk, the great prima
donna, has apartments atthe Merchants.
Hon. T. B. Clement Faribault, the sena
tor from Rice county, is at the Merchants.
Alderman Robert, who has been laid up
for bout a week with rheumatism,is about
C. M. Mellar, Esq., of Stillwater,
dropped in upon his friends in this city,
Rev. "Win. A. Newbold, L. B. Newbold,
and Major T. C. J. Bailey, New York, are
at the Windsor.
lion A. J. Denifuks, Sauk Rapids, mem
ber of the legislature, is in the city, visit
ing his parents.
Hon. J. R. Casey, receiver of the United
States land office at Duluth, visited State
Auditor Bradeu yesterday. ,
A. J. W. Thompson, of Hastings, the
county auditor of Dakota county, has been
looking up matters in St. Panl this week.
Fred Foss, the good-natured, lively and
thorough business manager ofthe Chicago
Church Choir company, is at the Mer
At the Merchants: D. R. Craig, Brain
erd: John Leo, Crookston; Jno. C. Pyatt,
Ma]-let on; A. J. Miller, Duluth; W. M. Ful
ler. Little Falls.
Max. Maretzek, New York, C. Sternberg
and wife, St. Petersburg, Russia, M'lle
Litta and her concert company, have
quarters at the Metropolitan.
C. L. A. Lamten, Herkimer, N. Y., and
E. W. Ives, Fort Plain. N. Y., are looking
for investments in St. Paul and vicinity,
With headquarters at the Windsor.
A. E. Jefferson end wife, W. H. Fhipps,
Miss Van Bergen and C. W. Porter and
wife. Hudsen, formed a party who visited
St. Paul for the opera last evening, mak
ing headquarters at the Metropolitan.
A large delegation of Duluthians were
present at the opera last evening, among
them the following: J. R. Carr, receiver
of the United States land office; Frank
Burke, Jr., and daughter, Capt. Thomas
Presnell, F. W. Eaton, L. S. Merrill, P. O.
Carr, J. J. Castrella. They are stopping at
A Most Successful Performance Last Era
iuqr, and Equally Good Promised fur.
This Afternoon and Evening.
The first night of grand Italian opera
passed off with a brilliance and success
alike gratifying to the artists and the
crowded and fashionable audience present
at the Opera house. The entertainment
was inaugurated most auspiciously by the
presentation of the overture to William
Tell by the grand orchestra of thirty
pieces, made up from the celebrated Bach
orchestra of Milwaukee, Danz's of Min
neapolis,"and Seiberfs of St. Paul, under
the direction of the veteran Max Maret
zek. Though these combined orchestras
had had no opportunity for rehears
al, the music was charmingly rendered,
the audience at the conclusion testifying
their appreciation by the most hearty ap
Mignon, the second act of which was
given, introduced both Hank and Litta. the
former appearing as the page of Wilhelm,
(Montegriffo). Her acting of the part was
captivating in its natural simplicity and
jealous petulance, and her voice was rarely
sweet in its charming music. Litta gave
the florid music I'of Filina with ease
and grace, fairly dividing the honors with
Hauk. Both find in this opera parts well
suited to their different styles. Monte
griffo and Sali made very strong supports
in this act, and the curtain was rung down
I The second act of Carmen was next giv
en. This opened with the chorus of Torea
dors, which -was finely sung by the Har
monia Mannerchor, Gottschalk giving the
Toreador's song vrilh a fire,dash and finish
that mark him a thorough artist. At the
first entrance of Hank it was evident that
her be.st interpretation of the part would
follow, and certainly there has never been
a finer piece of work than was given by her
of this wayward, petulant, graceful and
willful girl. Shejwas finely supported by
Montegriffo, whose love song was doubly
applauded. Every number was applauded
and the song La Mandolinata of Hank's
was persistently encored, and at the close
of the ac! the curtain was raised three
times in xecponse to enthusiastic applause.
The garden scene from Faust was the
third opera given, and though it prolonged
the entertainment to a late hour yet the
audience remained to the close, unwilling
to lose a note of the beautiful music so
well rendered. Sali, the contralto, sang
the flower song, and displayed a rich,
strong voice. Miss Oakford was a pleas
ing Martha, Bereghy a capital Mephisto
pehlesjvarj ing the ordinary rendering by a
vein of pleasant humor, while his power
ful bass was used with good effect
in the concerted music. Baldanza's mag
nificent tenor, which he uses with telling
effect, was superb in the mtsic of Faust,
and Litta gave the part of Margueritte with
a sweet simplicity that was captivating.
This quartet is one that is eminently sat
isfactory, and the singers seemed to be
infused with unusual spirit last evening,
and they won a great deal of deserved ap
plause. The orchestra supported the
singers well under the batons of Herr
Sternberg and that great leader, Max
Maretzek. The promises of the manage
ment have been well kept and the public
showed in a marked manner its apprecia
tion and pleasure.
Closing Per/it i-i—uue the Pestieal.
By the success of the management in
securing Manama Hauk for the matinee
to-day, they have been enabled to arrange
a series of operatic representations for
both afternoon and evening of great merit
and brilliancy, and the audiences will have
the pleasure at each performance of listen
ing to both the great prima donne, Hauk
and Lit+a. supported by those
great a.'.d noted artists, Bal
danza Montogriilo, Gottschalk, Bereghy,
Sali, Oakford and Hall. The operas and
casts are as follows:
fecond Act of Carmen, Georges Bizet.
Carmen, a Gypsy (her original creation)
Don Jose, her lov* Big. Montegriffo
EscamiUo, the Toreador, his rival,
Chorus of Toreadors by the Harmonia Maen
Minnie Hank wears one of the richest
and most picturesque of costumes in this
opera. It was designed by Madrazo, one
of the foremost painters of Europe, and
the elaborate and ornate work on the dress
was done by Spanish Gypsys in Andalusia.
Her two songs, the duet with Don Jose
■ iuaoi.rAtL UAiiil VxL.Ui5J!i,SArUKDAX MUKJSWN(x, APRIL 7, 18H3.
(Montegriffo), and the Toreador's son.
(Gottschalk), are the gems of this opera.
2. —THIRD ACT OP TROTATORE.
Leonora Minnie Hank
Axacena Signorina Sali
Maurice ..Sig. Baldanza
Count gig. Gottschalk
This is the famous prison scene. It is a
favorite one with all opera singers, and
never seems to pall on the public.
3.—SPINNING WHEEL SCENE FROM MARTHA.
Marth '. Mile. Litta.
Nancy Miss Oakford.
Lionel Sig. Montegriffo.
Plunkett Sig. Bereghy.
This will be sung in English by the
above incomparable quartet. It is full of
the most charming of melodies, and closes
with the exquisite quartet "Good Night."
—First and second acts of tho Daughter
of the Regiment, Donizetti,
Marie Minnie Hauk.
Marchesi ; Signorina Sali.
Snlpizio Sig. Gottechalk.
Tonio Sig. Montegriffo.
Chorus of soldiers by the Harmonia Maen
Madame Hauk has received the highest
honors from crowned heads for her per
formances in this opera. She was presented
by the Emperor of Germany with a drum
which she uses on this occasion. It bears
the crown of the empire, and the emperor
sent his tambour major expressly to teach
her to play it.
2. —First and second acts of Lucia, Donizetti.
.Lucia Mile. Marie Litta.
Alice M lie. Delia Oakford.
Arthur Prof. W.H. Leib.
Edgar gig. Baldanza.
Henry Sig. Gottschalk.
Raymond Sig. Bereghy.
Litta has received the highest en
comiums for her exquisite rendering of
the beautiful character of Lucia and
Baldanza was called by the New York pa
pers the finest Edgardo thai had appeared
for years on the stage in that city. In the
second act occurs the sextet, "Chi me
pena," one of the most magnificent pieces
of coacerted music ever written.
The attractions for to-day are such as
to delight artists and charm the public, and
it may be long before a similar oppor
tunity is again offered our public.
Come and witness the scientific skating and
kear the good music at the Wigwam to-night.
Mr. A. H. Nicolay, Baal Estate Auctioneer,
has removed to the new and elegant office No. 70
East Third street, 2d door above tho Pioneer
Press, ground Boo; (formerly occupied by Ken
nedy & Bros.) Read his announcements in auc
tion want column.
Mr. A. M. Lawton, for man years connected
with the St. Paul Postoffice, ha resigned and is
completing arrangements to engage in the Real
Estate business for himself. H<< has opened an
oflice in the Sixth ward, corner of Dakota ave
nue and Cory street, and is prepared to meet liis
■customers' in good shape. His long residence
in the city and his thorough knowledge of this
business, besides his perfect acquaintance with
every foot of ground on his side of the river, fits
hira particularly for representing the line he has
adopted. Investments in the Sixth ward are
A 1 now and wo prophesy for Mr. Lawton an ex
Graceless skaters compete for a prize at the
Office of the Workin-jmen's linilding So
St. Paul, March 28, 1883.— annual meet
ing and election for a new board of directors
for the ensuing year will take place on Satur
day, April 7, 1883, at Vega hall, No. 253 East
Seventh street (old number 165), between Wa
couta and Rosabel, at 8 o'clock p. m. Fine for
non-attendance, $1. By order of the Board,
Theodore Sander, Secretary.
Concerning Imported Cigars.
Competent judges upon all hides declare the
Seal Skin Cigars to be equal if not superior to
the best imported cigars.
Wananted free from scent or flavor produced
by drugs. Beaupre, Keogh & Co., Agents.
SHEEHAN—On April 5th, 5 p. m., at his
mother's residence, No. 202 Exchange street,
John, youngest son of Wi liam and Johannah
Sheehan, aged 24 years.
Funeral services at Cathedral on Saturday
7th, at9 a. m. Friends of the family invited.
This powder nevar varies. A marvel of pur
ity, strength and wholesomeneee. More econom
ical than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be
test in competition with the multitude of low
and short weight, alumor phosphate powders.
Sold onlv n cans. Royal Bakiko Powdxb Co.
06.W»lUt. N. Y
State & Monroe Sts.. Chicago "
Will Fend prepaid to any aJdre** their v
BAND CATALOGUE, J
lor ls;U, :vu paces, -.10 EagniTuigM
sf tutnuaests, Suits, Cap-, felts,
Pompom, Lpanlets, Cap-Lamps,
Stands. Drum MajorH Staff., and
Hate. Saadry Band Outfits, Hepa-far)
iistetisli, abo Includes Instruction aad fa
jrrfses for Amateur Hands, and a dul^a
it Choice Hand Music,
Is invited to the following list of property
offered for sale by
A ROW OP BRICK HOUSES,
Corner Mississippi and Nash street, occupying a
space of 100x100 feet. ,-:-,- .
THREE HOUSES on Sixth street, between
Robert and Minnesota streets. Lots 100x150
feet. A very desirable property; advancing in
TWO ONE-STORY-AND-A-HALF HOUSES,
eight and ten rooms, corner of L'Orient street
and Pennsylvania a'wnue.
A VERY DESIRA.n_E RESIDENCE on Ash
land avenue, nine rooms, cellar under entire
house, large cistern, new furnace, everything in
good shape; large trees in the vard.
ONE HUNDRED FEET on Third street, op
posite D. C. Shepard's new block, at very reason
ONE of the best corners on Fourth street.
EIGHTY FEET on bluff side of Summit ave
nue. Beautiful view.
TWO-STORY DWELLING, eight rooms, cellar;
cittern, woodshed, on Holly avenue. Moderate
price, good location, near street cars.
THOROUGHLY BUILT, ten-roomed house,
on Iglehart near Mackubin, good neighborhood,
large lot, shade. A comfortable home.
A HOUSE of seven rooms on DeBow street —
TWO-STORY house and two lots in Summit
park addition, situated on Grand avenue, corner
of Avon -street. The lots have a frontage of 100
feet on Giand avenue by 150 feet in depth to a
2Q-foot alley. The house has ten good rooms
with bath room, large cistern and dry dellar.
The kits have on them a tine growth of young
trees, and tho whole property is in good con
dition. There is a well-built stable in the rear
of the lot.
THE 2jo-story house in the same addition, on"
the corner ef Lincoln avenue and Victoria street.
Has ten rooms and a good barn. Twe full lots
go with the house, giving a frontage of 10 feot
by 150 in depth. The house is well built and
situated in a neighborhood ir. which property is
rapidly rising in value. It can be bought cheap
and on good terms.
A HOUSE on Lincoln avenue. Terrace Park
addition, roomy and comfortable. Good lot
A BEAUTIFUL LOT on Dayton avenue, be
tween Western and Arundel street.
We lots to our new office, Drake building,
Third street, this week.
FOB RENT—The furnished house, 101, Wilkin
street, for five or six months.
JOHN M. LYNCH,
104 East Third Street,
Presley Block, - - St. Paul.
Bnsiaess property, vacant lots and blocls,
residences aid farm property cheap and on ei>y
terms. Money to loan.
H. M. UICE,
Real Estate Agent, Maaaneiner Blast.
ST. PAUL, - - MINN,
FOR —Land suitable for vegetable gar
dens; near city. H. M. Rice. 80-100
R. W. JOHNSON,
Seal Estate Agent,
Mannheimer Block, Room 11.
ST. PAUL, - _-. - MINN.
S. LEE DAVIS,
Heal Estiie and Mortcaas Loans.
360 Jackson Street, St. Paul, Minn.
Investments made and taxes paid for non
TEEPLE & HOSKEN, r
Real Estate aod Loaa Brokers
No. 63 East Third Street,
ST.PAUL, - - - MINN.
334 Jackson Street, St. Paul.
Houses, Lots. Blocks. Acres & Business Property
If you have Money to Lend or want to Borrow,
Please Call or Address
Real Estate and Money Broier
Corner Third and Robert Streets, in the Savings
ST. PAUL, . - - MINN.
Special attention given to property and
interests of non-resident clients. 70
Oping, Widening and Extension o
St. Anthony Aienue.
Office of the Board of Public Wobks, >
Cm of St. Pali., Minn., April 8,1883. \
The Board of Public Works in and for tkt
corporation of the city of St.'Paul, MinneeofJ
will meet at their office in said city, at 2:80 p. m.,
on the 20th day of April, A. D. 1883, to make
an assessment of benefits, damages, costs and ex
penses, arising from the opening, widening aad
extension of St. Anthony avenue, from Vir
ginia avenue to Rice street, in said city, on
property on the line of said opening and exten
sion, and such other property as* may be deemed
benefited or damaged thereby.
The land necessary to be condemned and taken
for said widening, opening and extension is de
scribed as follows, to-wit: All that land lying
within the lines of a street sixty (60) feet wide,
the north line of which shall be the south line
of blocks 1 and 2, of Dewey, Drake and Pence's
Addition to St. Paul, if produced east to Rice
street and west to Virginia avenue, in said city of
St. Panl, Minnesota..
All persons interested are hereby notified to be
present at said time and place of making said
assessment, and will be heard.
Official: R. L. Gobman, President.
Clerk Board of Public Works 95-97
STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF RAMSEY
— ss. In Probate Conrt, General Term, April
In the matter of the estate of Zacharlah M. Lyon,
On reading and filing the petition of Esther O.
Lyon.executrix of the estate of Zachariah M. Lyon,
deceased, representing among other things that
she has fully administered said estate, and praying
that a time and place be fixed for examining and
allowing her account of her administration, and
for tke a^l«gnnlt•nt of the residue of said estate to
i It is ordered, that said account be examined and
petition heard, bv the jndge of this court, on Fri
day, the 27th day of April, A. D. 1883, at ten o'clock
a. in., 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 daily
newspaper, printed and published at Saint Paul, in
By the Court, WM. B. McGRORTY.
[l. s.J Judge of Probate.
Attest: Fbank Robebt, Jb., Clerk.
Cyrus J. Thompson, Attorney for Petitioner.
Of Sew York, fish Capital $200,000.
Value of real estate owned : .. $13,400 00
Loans secured by mortgages and
collaterals 482,024 82
Market value of U. S. bonds and
stocks 601,550 00
Cash on hand and in bank ■ 78,750 02
Premiums in course of collec
tion, and other assets 22,995 54
Total admitted assets .• $1,208,730 28
Reserve for reinsurance 344,269 92
Unpaid losses and other liabilities, 33,574 11
Net surplus and capital ?S30,886 25
Income in 1852.
From premiums received.'. $403,198 20
From interest and other sources...: 46,851 75
Total income $455,049 95
Expenditures in 1S82.
Losses paid $187,291 96
Dividends 20,000 00
Commissions and brokerage 75,271 17
All other expenditures 77,110 58
Total expenditures $359,673 71
Fire risks written in 1882 $46,064,000 00
Premiums received thereon 465,972 00
Total risks in force Dec. 31,18 $63,367,000 00
Total premiums received from
commencement to date $5,013,000 00
Total losses paid from commence
ment to date 2,761,173 00
Business in Minnesota in 1882.
Risks written $645,367 00
Premiums received 7,597 23
Losses paid 2,728 14
Losses incurred 4,396 17
• * STATE OF MINNESOTA, )
Department of Insurance, [-
St. Paul, Feb. 15, 1883. )
I, A. R. McGill, Insurance Commissioner of
the State of Minnesota, do hereby certify that
the Glens Falls Insurance Company above
named has complied with the laws of this
State relating to insurance, and is now fully em
powered through its authorized agents to trans
act its appropriate business of lire insurance in
this State for the year ending January 31st,
1884. * A. R. :-KGILL,
MOSS & WILLIAMS,
146 EAST 1B1BE STREET
HASH, BLINDS, fte.
• Manufacturers of
SASH, DOORS & FRAMES,
Blinds, Mouldings, etc.
Contracts with builders 6(«licited. Salesroom
Jackson and Eighth streets.
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setose 0 •.. ~, d . ..... s -r-r
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'JWaxmfol teo rom «:sat or or ptoduo d lj drags.
More to relie-* opon than the best Imported
Cigars. Try them and be convinced. The f acilitiet
of the maud i act ui are w?h that the high standard
of the Seal Skin Cigars can and will be maiataiard.
Premium Tob-cco Works. 8. P. HESS & CO.
Estab* -hed 1838. M'f Rochester. K.T,
SMOKERS read th« above*
BEAUPRE, KEOGH & CO.,
AGENTS, - - ■ 8T. PAUL, MINN.
WOOD til COAL.
Office on Seventh street bridge and oorner of
Twelfth a'sd Robert. Orders received by te
Assessment for Ciiaii&e of Graie on
Office of the Board of Public Wobks, )
City of St. Paul, Minn., Air 4, 18*3. l
Notice is hereby givon tnat the assessment of
benefits, damage ooK-a *u-'J expenses arising
from a change of gni'i-.1 or, Westminster street,
from Lafayette aier.'iet<> Minnehaha *tr>;»-t, in
the city of St. Paul, Minnesota^ has been com
pleted and entered of reco.ij hy tiir- Board of
PubUc Work.* in and for said city, and tbr.t said
assessment was duly confirmed by snid Board on
the 2nd day of April, A. D. 1888.
JOHN FARRINGTON, President.
Official: R. L.Goi-fAS,
Clerk Board cf Public Works. 95-97
AssessmeBt for CMie of Grade on
m Fourteenth sireet.
Office of the Board of Pcblic Wouks, )
City of St. Paul, Minn., April 4,1883. 5
Notice is hereby given that the asscssmqpt of
benefits, damages, costs and expenses arising
from a change of grade on Fourteenth street,
from Jackson street to Canada street, in the city
of St. Paul, Minnesota, has bsen completed and
entered of record by the Board of Public Works,
in and for said city, and that said assessment
was duly confirmed by said Board on the 2d'day
of April, A. D. 1883.
JOHN FARRINGTON, President.
Official: R. L. Gobman,
■A } ] Clerk Board of Public WorVs. 95-97
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is almost all in, and we can outshow the whole
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91 East Third Street.
AND TELEGRAPHIC INSTITUTE,
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__ W. A, FAPTU.s, Principal.
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R. 0. MUNGSR, Agent, St. Paul.
bend for Ca'aloguee.
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THE LEADING SHOE HOUSE OP ST. PAUL.
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if Uli Villi aPlMtl, st. Paal. Mine.
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WHOLESALE DEALERS. »
NOYES BROS. & CUTLER,
IMPORTERS & WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
68 and 70 Sibley Sireet* Corner Fifth, - St. Paul. Minn
LIQUORS AND WINES. ™~
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194 Bast Third Street, ------ St. Paxil, Minn
FAIRBANKS' i- ECLIPSE
SCALES? ;WI N T) MILLS.
|pA|| MORSE & CO., - - 66 East TJurfl Street,
. N WHOLESALE DRY GOODS.
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W. C. GRAY, Piqua, Ohio, Manufacturer and Proprietor for the United States-.
Send for circular and testimonials to
C. G. H4LLAM, Agent for the Northwest,
Tribune Office, 12 East Third Street, St. Paul, Minn.
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&KIGGS & POSTER,
■ 41 East Third Street. EstabUshed in 18<34.
COAL & WOOD
At bottom pMces. Best quaUty of anthracit
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$10.25, stove $10.50, nut $10.50 All gradSs of
fresh mined bituminous coal at equally low
prices. We are making a specialty of dry body
-iak and birch wood mixed at $5.50 per cord,
nearly equal to maple. Dry pine slabs $3.50,
>ia68wocd $4 and maple $7. Remember the
place, it East Third street.
IX pursuance of an order of the Probate C*utr of
Ramsey County, Minnesota, dated March 5th,
A. D. 1881, made m the matter of the estate of Wil
iam A. Judd, deceased, notice is hereby given that
• he property known as Judd's Livery, Sale a&l
Boarding Stable, No. 25 West Fourth street, St.
Paul, Minnesota, consisting of a general livery
etock, together with good will of said stable, and
leasee of premises for two years from the first day
of May, A. D. 1883. with a privilege of two years
more at the same rate, viz.: One hundred and
twenty-five dollars per month. Will be sold at pub
lic auction to the highest bidder at 10 o'clock a. m.
on the tenth day of April, A. D. 18s3. Sale to take
place on said premises. Terms of sale all cash.
For particulars and list of pro-erty inquire of the
undersigned. K tMBLE P. CULLEN,
ALICE M JUDD,
Executors of Estate of Willia_a A. Judd, deceased
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