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OFFICE— No. G Washington Avenue, opposite
Nicollot houee. Office hours from oa. in. to 10
•'clock p. m.
Emigrants for western and northern Min
nesota coutluue to come iv.
"Young Mrs. Winthrop" seems to have
hit our dude population hard.
Sheriff Lon. Brandenburg, of Fergus Falls,
spent yesterday in the city.
James Rud, a vag, is given quarters at
Jimmy Stoddart's castle-for live days.
The lunch at Paul's Place is quite the
rage. Only ten cents, or dinner twenty
The stock of the building fund of the Can
liau-Amerieaii society is coining in pretty
The annual declamatory contest of the
ilamliue university takes place Saturday
The Foss M. E. church lyceum give a
musical and literary entertainment this
Teter Conley, the sneak thief who stole an
overcoat from the Pacific house, will repine
fifteen days iv durance vile.
Peter Martin was injured yesterday while
employed iv an Eart Side quarry, by the
premature explosion of a blast with giant
Mose P. Propper, sheriff of Riehland eoun
ty, was in the city yesterday, having in
charge two prisoners destined for the Sioux
It has been suggested that taxes hould be
decreased somewhat this year. | owing to the
probable vast increase iv revenue from the
C'has. M. Foote, who lias been confined to
his residence with a rheumatic attack, has
sufficiently recovered to be able to appear
upon the streets again.
Charles Taylor, of Cleveland, is the last to
complain of the attempts of garroters. He
says he i> "too fly" sind frightened them
away with his little pop-
S. H. AVoods A: Co., one of the commis
sion brokers shut out. a few days since, re
uewed arrangements yesterday, and received
stock quotations as usual.
George F. Alberson was before his honor
yesterday charged witi. stealing a. gold pin
From John Abramsou. He was committed
fifteen days for the of .'ense.
Wilson & Gelespi.-, lumbermen, report
that all their lo<rs are now on their way to
The- booms in this city with the probability of
no serious delays dur Ing the drivo.
The annual musto r and inspection of the
Minneapolis companies, M. X. G., will occur
nex( Wednesday 'evening at the armory,
under Col. Gould ol'. the regular army.
The matter of Uie legjal contest over the
salary of the aldenaen for last year, in the
\uit brought by Aid. Waitt as a test, will
tome up iv the juj iremc court May 22.
George Farley is the cognomen of the dis
respectful repfobittte who made insulting re-
narks to ladies or. Washington avenue, and
he paid a line in 57.50 for indulging the lati
tude of an iiidisc ret tongue.
Jacob Millar, ?in old German who lives on
Western avcnur, was arrested for wife beat-
Ing. The latter failed to appear yesterday as
complaining v. itue*<s, but he paid a line of
£7.50 all the jsame.
The fully developed body of a new born
babe was found in Maple Hillc ceme
tery on the east aide yesterday. Officer
Devereaux discovered the corpse, aud re
ported it to tiie coronor.
Sergeut MfcKernan: has put under ar rest
!wo well known crooiks named Frank Lewis
md John Summers, upon a suspicion that he
itole a quantity of carpenter's tools, which
(vere found in their possession.
There wrre twety-sfcven additional liquor
licences issued yesterday, making a total of
forty-eight by which the city has gained just
$24,000, or nearly oue-hali the amount col
lected from all the saloons last year.
Twenty-three transfers were*yesterday filed
with the register of deeds, aggregating 606,
--531. The most noteworthy sale recorded
was part of block 37, o. p. of Minneapolis, by
Darilus Morrison to Grave E. Kimball, con
A plat was yesterday filed in the office of
the register of deeds by John M. Miller,
Minnie Shaw and Chas S. Brackett for Mil
ler's subdivision of k>t"F," Babbits cut lots.
The additiuu contains 29 lots.
Emigration from the old world this spring
is unusually extensive. Scarcely a train
passes through Minneapolis without a large
number, most of thorn are en route for
towns and prairies of the*western portion of
Montana aud Dakota.
Andrew Larson had a. leg brokon yester
day by the caving in of an. embankment of
an excavation on Soutit Eighth street yester
day, lie was partially buried beneath a
mass of eartii, as was ulso a co-laborer. The
latter escaped serious injury,
The members of «on.c of the Grand Army
posts have decided to wear coats, with milita
ry buttons, in order that strangers coming
here to make arrangements for visiting tho
coming eneampmenii may the more easily
find members of the order.
"Take my arm" said Officer Kerkham to a
suspected thief whom heTiad arrested. The
crook complied, but upon reaching the city
hall let go the officers arm and skedaddled.
Vale, thief to the chagrin of the officer ■ who
intrusted him to take his arm.
Col, Bend and nine other officers of the
First regiment Minnesota National Guards,
will go out on the Motor line and look up a
t-lU- for the coming eneampmeut, should the
companies conclude to accept Col. Me-
Crary's generous offer.
John Martin & Co. have twenty-five men
in Ailkiu who missed the boat. They were
started for the drives. Many of the lumber
men have not yet started the drives and are
feeling quite discouraged awing to the rapid
falling of the water in the. river.
Manage licenses were yesterday issued by
the clerk of the district court to Chas. Rer
mert and Sophia Philips, John Luhtis and
Maria Bugandahl, pctor Benson and Betsy
Anderson, Iver Gaustad and Mary Gulstad.
Frank B. Irons and Emily Hooper.
The suprem'd court, it is said, has arrang
ed to hear Uk, last case respecting the valadi
ty of the liquor ordinance next Thursday.
No papera have been presented the city at
torney a* yet, however, and the city "is at
a loss to know what will be the nature of the
mandamue wkieh will be brought.
F. Johnston, of Brainerd, arrived in the
City yesterday. He is largely interested in
the lumbering business, and reports the
prospects tor bringing all the new crop of
logs into tfce booms somewhat dubious. In
the last two days tho water in the Mississippi
river has fallen eighteen inches.
The box office for the Thos. W. Keene
season of all of next week, will open at the
Grand to-morrow morning for the sale of
Beats. There is no doubt that Mr. Kcono will
play to packed houses at each appearance, as
he is pre-eminently the favorite tragedian
with Minneapolis theatre-goers.
D George N. Morgan, post G. A. R. will hold
a regular meeting this evening and a full
attendance of members is especially request
ed, as important business is to come up for
transaction and new recruits are. to be must
ered in. Action will aJso be taken respect
ing the observation of Decoration day.
A man named Case yesterday afternoon
took a horse from a Twenty-third street liv
ery stable, with the intentiou of trying it
with a view to purchase. At the comer of
Washington avenue and Fifth struct south
the animal became frightened at the cars,
reared on its hind legs and fell dead.
The council committee on roada and
bridges will meet on Saturday evening at
7:30 o'clock, for the purpose irf: considering
the matter of the award of darjages on ac
count of the opening of First aveur.e south.
Ipterestc'vi parties and oropjrfcr owners are
requested to be in attendance and present
their respective cases.
Some progress Jbeing made toward the
improvement of. the numerous defective side
walks of the city, but unless more vim is put
into the movement the chances are that next
winter will come upon us and find the work
far from completion. In this matter there
should be neither fear or favor displayed, but
everyone should be brought to terms and
made to put their sidewalks in order.
At a meeting of Mistletoe Grove, No. 17.,
United Ancient Order of Druids, held at
their hall last evening, the following officers
were duly Installed for the ensuing term: S.
Wyatt, N. A.; J. IT. Unger. V. A.; Johu
Fairly, R. S.; M. J. YanAlbtine, F. S.; H.
M. Martin, treasurer. Appointed officers:
P. Osander, C.; W. J. Thrig, T. G.; J. (i.
Swanson, O. <!.; J. B. Marsh, R. 11. B. toN.
A.; Fred Peterson. R. 11. B. to V. A.; John
Johnson, L. 11. B. to V. A.
If the city expects to preserve block and
granite street pavements from premature de
struction and decay it must early proceed to
prohibit the hauling of heavy loads over
them. The stone, wood and iron wagons
make use of these improved highways almost
to the exclusion of other vehicles and their
heavy crunching, if continued, will soon de
velop these now handsome thoroughfares into
streets full of unsightly holes and ruts and
entail additional expense upon the city to put
and keep them in needed repair.
There are some portions of the city without
sewers and where, in consequence, cess pools
are used instead for the deposit of offal. Many
of these receptacles are full and from them
arises such a Btanch as could only come from
a charual house. The wells in the neighbor
hood of these store houses of tilth are more
or less contaminated and with a hot summer
such as may be expected, the chances are for
a large increase in sickness and, perhaps,
mortality. We designate one locality, that
of Twelfth street south, from Nicollet out,
as oue section where a sewer is badly needed
and from the citizens living along its course,
there cornea up a strong complaint and a de
mand for a change. Cess pools are bad
enough, God knows, anywhere. They might,
however, answer the purpose iv a thickly set
tled district, but in a city and in a loeaiitv
such as above described, they are simply hor
The following notes respecting the milling
industry are gleaned from the Northwestern
W. T. Libby and Frank A. Murkham, of
the Northern Pacific mills, Walla Walla,
Washington territory, were iv the city the
lirst halt of the week. Mr. Libby informs
us that the wheat crop of the Pacific coast is
looking finely and promises well. He says
that considerable quantities of hard life
wheat have been procured from this section
and it is beiug tried about Waila Walla.
Agent de la Barre iuforais us that the
mills will be subjected to no shut downs,
save perhaps a day now and then, in conse
quence of the. improvements to the west side
platform. It may be necessary for them to
shut down a couple of weeks or more the lat
ter part of August, which is usually a dull
time for all.
G. Schobor, of StamwitE & Sehober, Phoe
nix mill, is thinking seriously of making a
trip to bis old home in Germany. If he goes
he will start some time this month, and will
remain two or three mouths. Mrs. Schober
will accompany him.
The Palisade mill ground out and shut
down Sunday. The attributed cause is the
lack of wheat. There are rumors that the
Washburn Mill company has decided to give
up the mill, but this is denied by the mana
The Sterrctt Elevator company.' which has
been making its headquarters at St. Paul, is
making preparations to remove its offices to
The river is quite high at present, and the
mills have many times more power than they
The Minneapolis mill is shut dowu this
week, not getting as much wheat as desired.
The Minnetouka mills will probably be
started up Monday.
The St. Anthony mill was shut down
The Kennedy shop, on the East side, has
furnished the Crown Roller mill a carload of
patent hoop barrels, which it will use as an
experiment to ship flour in. The North
western mill is also preparing to try a simi
lar experiment. These barrels are" sold at
thirty-live cents, the cooper being paid about
eight cents for the making. While our mil
lers are not taking hold of fiat or patent hoop
barrels very fast, it is evident that they are
keeping up a devil of a thinking about how
they can cheapen their barrels.
We have it from good authority, that about
fifty journeymen from different shops of the
have canvassed the matter of forming
t .still another co-operative barrel company and
; have made arrangements for carrying the
, scheme into effect in case any further cut in
I labor is made. Thay arc satisfied, however,
with present prices, anil are not likely to un
dertake anything if crowded no further.
The Standard shop coopers who had their
tools insured in the New York Alliance in
surance company, Dickerson & Son, local
agenta, have finally accepted less than 75
per cent, of what was due them, through fear
that they would lose tho whole amount. The
men feel that they have been bulldozed out
of about one-quarter of what was their due.
The Hall & Danu Barrel company are about
to make an experiment, which, if successful,
means a great deal to the cooper interest of
Minneapolis. It is to use flat hoops on double
stave barrels, and sell these barrels at the
same price as single staves,
Permanent officers were elected by the
Union Co-operative Barrel eompany,Tuesday,
as follows: J. W. J Doran, president;
C. S. Baglcy, treasurer: W. P. Sienon, secre
tary; directors, F. E. Grant, W. A. Snow, L.
McChesney, and the president and treasurer.
The Phoenix shop is running overtime
with its thirty members. It has no barrels
stored. The new storehouse of this company
will be ready for use this week.
The Bumb shops made 2,000 barrels last
week, and sold 2,500. On Saturday it had a
force of forty-five coopers, paying them
fourteen cents per barrel on hand work.
The Hall <fc Dann shop has about one hun
dred coopers and fifty other hands this week,
and is working ten and a half hours per
The Hall & T)ann Barrel company has
lowered the price of double stave barrels
to forty-three cents, a reduction of two
The Hennepin shop is employing seventy
coopers and thirty other handstand runs
eleven hours per day.
The North Star shop is working ninety
coopers, all members, full time, and has
very few barrels stored.
Doud, Son & Co. are working about forty
coopers and ten other hands at their shops.
The Sixth street shop is running full time,
with ninety coopers
lie-Union of the Ohl First Jiegiment.
225Hexxepix Aye., )
Mixxeapoli?, Minn., May 8, 1884. \
The next annual re-union of comrades of
the old First Minnesota will be held at Min
neapolis on Tuesday, July 22, ISS4. The
grand encampment of the Grand Army of
the Republic will begin at Minneapolis on
that day and the G. A. R. will parade on that
day. The old First, as an organized body,
| will join in the parade. All old comrades
; are urgently requested to be present, and ap-
I pear, if practicable, in dark suits and hats.
| Notice of the place of rendezvouz will be an-
I nouueed hereafter. All comrades who read
this notice will send to me immediately
their names and postoffice address, and also
| the names and address of other comrades
i known to them. We desire to have every
! surviving soldier of the old First Minnesota
attend the re-union. In order to reach, if
| possible, each surviving veteran of the First,
; I reques-t the editors of all newspapers in
j Minnesota, Dakota, Montana, northern Wis
; cousin and northern lowa to publish this no
j tice without charge. H. L. Gordon,
Pres't First Reg't Minn. Vol. Ass'n.
Tm^ropise-i Surrjicnl Instrument.
Oae of the Nelsou triplets failed to put in
on appearance at the Market hall baby show
yesterday and its absence caused some little
comment It seems that the little one, dur
ing its mother's absence, swallowed an ear
ring, and when discovered was nearly un
conscious iruui strangulation. A doctor
THE ST. PAUL DAILY GLOBE. FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 9, 1884.
was summoned and was at a loss to know
what could be done, as it beemed that the
child could not live until he got his in
struments. It was thought it would be neces
sary to cut the child's throat open, but the
doctor managed to fish the jewelry out with
a bent hair pin and saved the baby at the
last moment possible. The event created
considerable excitement among the guests of
the Pauly house where it occurred, and the
mother was nearly frantic with alarm and
anxiety, which completely prostrated her.
T. E. Harris, an Eau Claire architect, is in
W. F. Cahill, one of our flour kings, is at
Dr. B. Collins is expected from Wash
ington. D. C, Sunday.
Editor Dunn, of the Crookstou Chronicle,
was iv the city yesterday.
A. F. Neitzel, of Browntown, Nicollot
county, spent yesterday in Minneapolis with
friends and acquaintances.
C. W. Darlintr, Fargo; Joseph Deitriehe,
Bismarck; E. W. Small, Webster, were Da
kota visitors registered at the Nicullet house
Jas. O'Brien, late deputy clerk of Ramsey
county, takes Cue place of Deputy Clerk
Tirrell at the district court because of the
M.O.Rollins and wife and Clayton Tiu
sley went to Buel, Foster county, Dakota,
last evening, where Mr. Rollins is making
extensive improvements on his farm.
Among the arrivals yesterday at the Clark
house were: C. E. Graves, Turtle L.tke; H.
Goodhue.Jr., Xcrthficl(i>H. llendon,Duluth;
John Whalen, Morris; J. T. Siddons, Anoka.
M. P. Hay no, Aitkiu: It. 13. Abbott, Albert
Lea; E. M. Barnes, Jamestown; T. S. Oliver,
Rochester; W. R. Tlllotson, Moorhead: T.'.T.
llayden, "Winona, registered at the Nicollett
Among the prominent railroad men iv the
city yesterday were F. M. Ciutherie, general
agent of tlie Grand Rapids ite Indianapolis
railroad; Roswell Miller, acting general
manager; J. T. Clark, genera! superintendent,
anil A. V. H. Carpenter, general passenger
agent of the C, M. <fc tft. I*. road.
The news from the Minneapolis ball team
while not particularly encouraging is not ex
The competitive drill by the members of
Company I for the captain's gold badge,
takes place Juue 7.
At its regular practice the Minneapolis
Rifle club this week out of a possible 225
mad:; the following score, at 800 yards:
Weeks, 07; Fitz, 70; Cooley, 59; Hanson
5.). At 000 yards: Weeks, 68; Fitz, 66;
Cooley, 02: Hanson, 07. At 1,000 yards:
Weeks, 5-i; Fitz, 64; Ccoley, 51; Hanson,
In addition to the features of Prof. Du
plissis' gymnastic exhibition to be given at
the Market hall the 15th, mentioned in yes
terday's Globe, Wilkes McDermott, "the
Minneapolis hercules," will pull against ten
men; Larry Farrell, Jerry Murphy aud J. G.
Baurnan will do heav}- dumb bell acts of
CO to 140 pounds weight. J. H. Corvell and
Jerry Murphy will also spar.
NEW CASES FILED.
Everson Wilson & Co. vs. Wm. L. Cham
11. A. Wills et. al. vs. Chas. E. Johnson.
Geo. K. Griffin vs. Lambert Sands and
Horace 9. Sands: judgment for defendaut.
Johnson & Hurd vs. Libbie Goddard; judg
ment for plain till.
[Before Judge Ueland.]
In the matter of Geo. F. Cleaveland; order
for creditors to present claims made.
In the estate of John M. Sheppard; decree
for distribution made.
In the estate of Pete McKay; petition for
letters granted. Hearing, Juue 2.
In the matter of Grogan, minors, letters
issued to Anna Grogan and petition to sell
laud filed. Hearing, June 23.
[Before Judge Bailey.]
Frank D. Donivan, drunkenness; paid a
fine in $5.50.
John Ward and John Mitchell, drunken
ness; committed five days each.
Gus Iloglan, drunkenness; paid a fine in
Frank Linsey, drunkenness; committed
for five days.
James Keed, vagraucy; committed for
G. Miller, disorderly conduct; paid a fine
George Farley, insulting language in the
presence of a lad}-; paid a fine in §5 and
Peter Connelly, larceny of an overcoat
from J. It. Snow ot the Pacific hotel; com
mitted fifteen days.
George F. Alberson, larceny of a gold pin
from John Abrahamson of the value of S3;
committed fifteen days.
P. 11. Gillinger, drunkeness; committed
J. B. Curtiss, drunkenness; sentence sus
Hans Colby, vagrancy; discharged.
Bert Broadbelt, drunkenness; committed
The Water Board.
At a regular meeting of the water board
last evening the following communication
faom Ma3-or Pillsbury was read:
"I herewith send a list of the committees
by me appointed this day to serve during the
Ways and means—Foote and Andrews.
Construction—Brown, Andrews and Davis.
Extension—Davis, Brown and Foote.
Claims and accounts—Andrews and Foote."
A communication was resil from the Cin
cinnati & Newport Iron company, asking if
the board would be willing to make a pay
ment on the pipe delivered to the city. The
contract held by this firm amounts to $62,
--000, no portion of which is due until July Ist.
The superintendent was instructed to corres
pond with the firm.
The superintendent stated W. D. Wash
burn desired to pay partly the extension of
the main from Twenty-fourth street to his
property on Stevens avenue, to be reim
bursed when the city should lay the main.
Laid on the table.
Prices on 'change yesterday showed a ten
dency to advance,
The receipts of eggs were lighter yesterday
and 14 cents holds firm.
The supply t£ sample wheat was liberal
yesterday, and sample corn moderate.
Hay comes in in moderate measure, but
the supply does not equal the demand.
Strawberries have had a little raise, and
bring firstname.lastname@example.org per case. The quantity
Green vegetables continue to come in in
large quantities, and aie readily disposed of.
Owing to the decline in the Chicago butter
market, the receipts of butter at this market
are large and there was a decline of 2 cents
Toiinn Xrs. Winthiop.
The Madison Square Theatre company
which presented "Young Mrs. Winthrop"
at the Grand last night is one of the most
artistic which has ever visited our city, and
the large and fashionable audiences were
even more than delighted. During the
pathetic portions of the play, everything was
so hushed that a pin dropping upon the floor
could have been distinctly heard, so to
speak. The impersonation of each respective
role in the romance was so realistic and
artistic that nothing but words of praise
should be accorded.
ISPDiamoxd Dyes will Colok Axytiuxg
any color and never fail. The easiest and
best way to economize. 10c at all druggists.
Wells, Richardson <& Co., Burlington, Vt.,
Sample Card, 32 colors, and book of disec
tions for 2 cent stamp.
BIG BLAZE AT DULUTH.
The Barn and Shops of the Duluth
Lumber Compaiiy Burned Down.
An Equine Holocaust in Which Seventeen
Horses Lose Their Lives.
[Special Tolegrnra to the Globe.]
Duluth, Minn., May B.—A little after 1
p. m. to-day a fire broke out in the barn of
the Duluth Lumber company, anrf before a
stream of water could be turned on the whole
building was a mass of flames. A regular
cyclonic, breeze had been blowing all day,and
at the time the tire started was going at the
rate of twenty-five miles an hour.
The alarm was giveu immediately, and
the mill's lire extiuguishiug apparatus was
brought into play before the village fire de
partment arrived on the scene, but to no
avail. The wild winds fanned the flames
into long, stretching tongues, which reached
over to the machine shops, and soon en
The mill is a long distance fron, the centre
of the city, and it was some time before the
tire department could get to the burn-
Ing building, and by the time
they arrived both tbe barn and
the shops were destroyed. In the barn
were twenty-six horses, many of which were
burned in their stills. It is said that eleven
were rescued, but two of those were so badly
scorched that they had to be shot. The fire
then got in among the slab piles and saw
dust, and burned away in spite of all the
efforts of the firemen and the full mill
force to extinguish it.
The high wind rendered it almost impossi
ble to stay the progress jf the flames, and at
this writing, late in the evening, the firemen
are still fighting them. The object is to save
the mill, and this will probable successful,
The fire is supposed to have originated in a
spark from the planing mill. The loss will
be over $15,000. There is no insurance.
This is the third fire within a year which this
company has sustained. For a time the lum
ber in the yards was in danger, but the
llames were headed off.
Tbe Duluth Lumber company is composed
of Chicago and Duluth capitalists, and
is said to be very wealthy.
When the alarm was first given the fire
men started in an opposite direction, as
large volumes of smoke were seen to rise
from the eastern end of town. It was dis
covered that the woods were afire northwest
of Duluth, but as there is no valuable timber
endangered, and no other property to be in
jured, no notice was taken of the flames.
South of Duluth, also, the brush is on fire
and if the wind continues during the night
Duluth skies will be lit up.
The wind is from the southwest and has
driven the ice clear out of the harbor.
Confirmation of Re-Assessitfeat for Opening, Widening
and Extension of Temperance Street.
Office of the Boaiid of Public Works, ?
City of St. Paul, Minn., May 5, 1884. f
The ro-aasosstnent of benefits, damages, cost 3 and expenses, arising from the opening, widening and
extension or Temperance street between Tenth street and Xorri* street, in the city of St. Paul,
Minnesota, having been completed by the Board of Public Works in and for said city, said Board
will meet at their office in said city at 2 p. in., on the 19th day of May, A. D. IHB4, to hear
objections (if any) to said re-assessment, at which time and place, unless sufficient cause is
shown to the contrary, said re-asaossment will be confirmed by said Board.
The following U a list of the supposed owners' names, a description of the property benefited or
damaged, and the amounts assessed against the same, to-wit:
Supposed Owner and Description. Benefits. Damages. Balance.
John B. Cook. The XE'ly ten (10) feet of the following described
land, to-wit: Commencing on E line of Jackson street, 340 feet
X"ly from X E corner of Jackson and Tenth streets: thence X
Ely at right augles to Jackson street, to a point 15 feet W'ly of
W line of Temporauce street, in Borup's addition to St. Paul;
thence X'ly parallel with said W line of Temperance street, 63
feet more or less to a point 15 feet W'ly of X Ely corner of land
of Wm. Conatans described in deed from W. P.
Davidson and wife to said Constans Oct. 17, 1878,
record book "85" Deeds, page 50&; thence S 53».S degrees W
along X'ly line of said Constans' land to Ely line of Jackson street
39S feet X'ly from XE corner of Jackaon and Tenth streets ; thence
Sly along said Ely line of Jackson street to beginning. Taken
for Temperance street g225 (XT
John B Cook. Commencing on E line of Jackson street 340 feet
X'lyfroniXE corner of Jackson and Tenth streets : thence X Ely
at right angles to Jackson street to a point 15 feet Wly of W line
of Temperance street, in Borup's addition to St. Paul; thence
X'ly parallel with Mid W line of Temperance street 62 feet, more
or less to a point 15 feet Wly of X Ely corner of land of Wm
Constans described in deed from W F Davidson and wife to said J- §107 CO
Conntans Oct. 17, 1878, record book "85" deeds, page 509; thence
S 53 fi degrees, W along X'ly line of said Constant' land to Ely line
Jackson Etreet 396 feet X'ly from X E corner of Jackson and
Tenth streets: thence S"ly along said E"ly line of Jackson street
to beginning. Except part taken for Temperance street), being in
St. Paul Minnesota §392 00
Same. For warehouse on above premises in line of Temperance
street if abandoned to the city SO 00 $500 CO $500 P0
Same. For warehouse on above premises In line of Temperance
street if removed by the owner 000 462 00 462 00
Same. For fence on above premises in line of Temperance street if
abandoned or removed by the owner 0 00 5 00 5 00
All objections to said reassessment must be made in writing and filed with the Clerk of said Board
at least one day prior to said meeting.
JOHX FARRIXGTOX, President.
R. L. Gohman, Clerk Board of Public Works.
Confirmation of Assessment for Change of Grade on Fan
per Street. .
Office or the Boabd of Public Woeks, )
Citt OP St. Paul, Minn., Slay sth, ISS4. f
The assessment of benefits,damages.costs and expenses arising from change of grade on Fanqulel
street, from Seventh street to Earl street in the City of St. Paul, Minnesota, having been
completed by the Board of Public Works in and for said City, said Board will meet at their office,
in said City, at 2 p. m.,on the 19th day of May, A. D. Ibß4, to hear objections (if any) to said
assessment, at which time and place, unless sufficient cause is shown to the contrary, said as
sessment will be confirmed by said Board.
The following is a list of the supposed owners' names, a description of the property bene
fited or damaged, and the amounts assessed against the same, to-wit:
Terry's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and description. Lot. Block. Benefits. Damages. Balance.
D May 1 18 $100 SI 00 §0 00
Henry Brand.. 2 18 100 100 0 00
Supposed owner and description. Benefits. Damages. Balance.
Henry Brand. That part of lot 3, block 18, Terry's Addition to St
Paul, E of a line drawn from the S line of said lot, 45 ft E of S\V
corner to a point ou Seventh st 45 ft SW'ly of XE corner of said
lot SI 00 $100 80 00
George Brookings. That part of lot 3, block 18, Terry's Addition
to St Paul, W of a line drawn from the S line of said lot, 45 ft E
of SW corner to a point on Seventh st 45 ft SW'ly of XE corner
ofsaidlot ■ 100 100 0 00
Terry' Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and description. Lot. Block. Benefits. Damages. Balance.
George Brookings 4 18 SI 00 $100 $0 00
Same 5 18 100 100 0 00
Same. For raising house and filling on 4&5 18 000 100 00 100 00
ARKiefer 1 20 100 100 0 00
H C Young 2 20 100 100 0 00
Thos McGorcrn 3 20 100 100 0 00
W Brown 4 20 1 00 1 00 0 00
Same 5 20 100 100 0 0 0
Mary Reardon ; 6 20 100 100 0 0 Q
Supposed owner and description. Benefits. Damages. Balance.
Chas E Smith. Commencing at XE corner of lot 7, block 20,
Terry's Addition to St Paul; thence to SE corner of eaid lot 7;
thence Wto a point 24 ft E of SW comer of said lot; thence
NW'ly to a point on Seventh st 12 ft SW'ly of XE corner of lot 8,
said block; thence XE'ly along S Hue of Seventh st to beginning. §100 §100 «0 00
, -.r'.-. Terry's Addition to St. Paul.
Snpposed owner and description. " Lot. Block. Benefits. Damages. Balance.
RL Adams..'....' 13 13 $100 SO 00 §100
Same, Wy t 0f........; .14 13 050 000 --^0 50
W A Cook, Ey, 0f....". 14 13 0 50 0 00 0 50
Same ■ 15 13 100 0 00 . ..;■ 1 00
Jlary E Curtis 10 13 ' 00 000 100
Mary E Curtis W'4 0f....... ;...17 13 0 50 0 00 0 50
F Cluffey EV % of '. .............17 13 ■ 0 50 ' . 0 00 050
5ame:.;....... ; .18 13 100 0 00 100.
Dawson& Smith 19 13 100 0 00 100
Same and same ...20 13 100 0 00 100
Same and same ....■ 21 13 100 0 00 100
Same and same 22 13 1 00 0 00 100
LauraTßunnell. ......;. S3 13 ' 100 000 100
Same. ;.. ..- 24 13 IOC 0 00 100
M Starkey .....12 12 100 000 :il 00
Same W}4 of ......;........ .....:. 11 12 0 50 0 00 0 50
James Claffey EH of!'.].:'.!!.!;.'. ' 11 . *2 050 000 050
Same .....^......!.i.!.........'.. 10 12 100 000 /.: 100
John Gearey ■.!:!""!"'"!!!.!..: 9 12 100 000 ■ 100
Edward Hughe5......;..!'.!.!!..!; .8 12 100 0 00 100
Ertwaird Dumpscy W'H 0f..!.! ! 6; 12 050 , 000 050
5ame;...... ......7 12 1 00 ■ • .0 00 100
Dawtion & Smith EH of 6 12 0 50 0 00 0 50
D F Cietchell .".'.... ....5 12 00 0 00 100
Wm Starkey.... .....'. '" ; ' .„ ..'...4 12 -. 100 . 000 .■'.-■"• 100
ps Harri5..........;.......!!;!!!!.-].!...... ...3 12 100 000 100
PeterKuhlman.. ...-...'.„.......... 2 12 100 0 00 100
Hogan Ne150n..................;..;..... '. 1 12 .' iOO 000 100
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. All objections to said assessment must be made in writing and filed with the Clerk of said Bodrd
at least one day prior to said meeting. " ,- ' ! X JOHN FARKINGTO>\ President.
.Official::'.: v . . ; ■ . ' ' ■ .. ',
H. L. Gojuian, Clerk Board of Public Works.
Desperate Case of Lockiaw. v
Geo. Wells, driver of No. 1 engine, while
t a fire some two weeks/ago, stepped upon
a. rusty nail which pierced his . rubber boot
and made quite a wound in his foot. He
did not mind much about the wound until
yesterday, when he wao walking on the
streets he was suddenly seized with lockjaw,
and at the hour of midnight his teeth were
set together as with a • vise.. *It■ is thought
that there is no help for the poor fellow, who
is very popular among his associates.
A YOUNG man wants a situation as head-wait*
AYOUXG man wants a situation as head-wait
-CX- er; can furnish refferences. Address G.
11. V., 703 Washington avenue south, Minne
apolis. . . IS3-25
FOR SALE CHEAP—A good platform spring
Jj wagon with top. Call at No. 513 Washing
ton avenue south, or 219 Third street south.
AN experienced practical cutter wishes situa
tion. Good references. Address Globe
office, C Washington avenue. j 127-39
319. 381, »23 First Aye. South.
W.W. BROWN Manager
JAMES WHEELER. . .Stage & Business Manager
WEEK OP MAY sth, 1884.
fln Pe§Ble's]§tr Theater
Messrs. Clifford and Skelly, the Monroe Bros,,
Ada Clifton, the Great St. Leon, the Sheraus,
James and Lytlia, Messrs. Warren and Parent,
Ada Walton, May Smith, EvaRoSB, Laura Ashby,
Lotfte Laviere, Jennie Mason, Lulu Hoy, Mamie
Yager, Libbie llarretta, Libbie Stevens, Moggie
Dale, Lue Browning, May Hoiton, Pearl Watkins,
and the Regular Stock Company.
Matinees Thursday and Saturday afternoon at
LOANS AND BROKERS.
HAZEN & CO.,
Real Estate Loans end Business Broiers,
304 First Avenue South,
MINNEAPOLIS, .... MINN.
We buy, sell and exchange Real Estate, business
places, collect claims, pay taxes, etc.
TTHTTr \W\ lie big's cobx
hi hh! ire n cOBIT
Will Cure .
All kinds hard or soft corns, callouses and bunion
causing no pain or soreness; dries Instantly; will no
foil anything, and never fails to effect a cure. Pries
25c; by mall. 30c. The genuine put up in yellow
wrappers and manufactured only by Jos. H. Hofllln,
druggist and dealers in all kinds of Patent Medicines,
Hoots, Herbs, Liquors, Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Brushes, etc. Minneapolis Minn.
Grading Aurora Avenue.
Ototcek or the Boabd of Public Works, )
City ok St, Pali., .Minn., May 8, 1884. j
. Sealed bids will bo received by the Board of
Public Works in and for the corporation o£ the
city of St. Paul, Minnesota, at their office in said
city, until Vi in. on the l!>th day of May, A.
D. 1884, for the grading of Aurora Avenue- from
Rice street to Western Avenue, in said city, ac
j cording to plans and specifications on file in
I the office of said Board.
I A bond wiili at least two (8) sureties, in a sum
I of at least twenty (20) per cent, of the gross
amount bid must accompany each bid.
The said Board reserves the right to reject any
or all bids.
JOHX FAItIUNGTON, President.
It. L. Gorman, Clerk Board of Public Works.
Grading Exchange Street.
Office op the Board of Public Works. )
City of St. Paul, Minn., May Bth, 1884. f
Scaled bids will be received by the Board of
I Public Works In and for the corporation of the
j City of St. Paul, Minnesota, at their office in said
city, until VI m., on the 19th day of May A. I).
1884, for the grading of Exchange street, from
Sherman street to Wilkhi street in said city, ac
cording to plans and specifications on file in the
office of said Board.
A bond with at least two (2) sureties in a
sum of at least twenty (20) per cent, of the gross
amount bid must accompany each bid.
The said Board reserves the right to reject any
or all bids.
JOHN FARIUXGTON, President
K. L. Gorjiak, Clerk Board of Public Works.
CJTATE OF MINNESOTA, COXJXTT OF RAMSEY
*J —ss. in Prooate Conrt, special term, May
In the matter of the estate of Abraham AVerick, de
On reading and filing the petition of James Weiick,
a Iministrator dc bonus non of the estate of Abraham
Werick, deceased, representing, among other things,
that sakl estate has been fully administered as far as
the goods, chattels and estate of s;:i■■: deceased would
extend, and praying that a time and place be fixed for
examining and allowing his account of administration
and for the assignment of the residue or' said estate
It 1b ordered, that said account be examined, and
petition heard, by the Judge of tills court, on Tues
day, the 3d day of June, A..1). IHB4, at ten
o'clock a. n;., at the probate office in said county.
And it Is further ordered, that notice thereof be
given to all persons interested, by publishing acopy
of this order for three successive weeks prior to said
diiy of bearing, in the Daily Gloisk, a newspaper,
prfnfdaiul published at Saint Paul In said county.
By the Court. WM. B. McGBOBTY,
[L. s.] Judge of Probnte.
Attest: Fkaxtkßobert, Jr., Clerk.
i Willis & Willaud, Attorneys for Administrator.
CTATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF RAMSEY
—sa. In Probate Court, Special term, April Zi,
In the matter of the estate of Harris Smith, de
On reading and filing the petition of ■William Hen- I
drlcks, of said county, representing, among other
tilings, that Harris Smith, late of New Haven county,
Connecticut, between the year 1863 and the filing of
Bald petition, died Intestate, and being an inhabitant
find resident of said New Haven county, Connecticut,
at the time of his death, leaving goods, chattels and
estate within this county, and that the" Bald petitioner
Is interested in the estate of said deceased, and pray
ing that administration of said estate be to him
It is ordered, that said petition be heard before the
Judge of thin court, on Wednesday, the 21st day of
May, A. D. 1834, at ten o'clock a. m., at the Probate
Office in said county.
Ordered further, that notice thereof be piven to the
heirs of said deceased, and to all persons interested
by publishing a copy of this order for three success
ive 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. s.] ,_: WM. B. McGRORTY,
Judge of Probate.
Attest: Frank Robert, Jr., Clerk.
Willis & Willard, Attorneys for Petitioner.
Notice to Creditors.
State of Minnesota. County of Ramsey, ss. In Pro
bate Court, special term, April 24, 1884.
In the matter of the estate of Herbert L. Hinckley,
Notice is hereby given that the Judge of Probate of
the county of Ramsey, will upon the first Monday, of
the months .of June, .Inly, August September, and
October, A. D. 1884, at ten o'clock a. in., receive, hear,
examine and adjust, all claims and demands cf all
persons against said deceased: and that six months
from and aft 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 not proven to its satisfaction, shall
be forever barred, unless for good cause shown fur
ther time be allowed.
By the Court, War. B. MoGRORTY,
[L.<o Judge of Probate.
O'Biuen- & Wilpon, Attorneys for Adeline E.
Hinckley, Administratrix of said estate. apr2s-sw-fri
SALE OF STATE LMDS.
State of Minnesota Laxd Office, )
St. Paul, April 1, 1884. (
Notice is hereby given that public auction sales of
State lands will be held by the Commissioner of the
State Land Office, as follows:
Dates of Sale.
Counties. Places of Sale.
Steams St. Cloud Thursday, May 1,188-1.
Douglas Alexandria Friday, " 2,1884,
and Cass.. Bralnerd Saturday, " S, 1884,
Faribault...BlueEarth City.. Tuesday, " 6, 1884.
Martin Fairmont Wednesday, " 7, 1884.
Pipestone.. Ptpeitone City.. Thursday, " 8, 1884.
Jackson.... Jackson Friday, " 9*1884.
XoMes Worthington Saturday, "m, 1884.
Cottonwood.Windom Monday, " 12,1884.
Watohwan..St. James Tuesday, " 13,1884.
Redwood... Redwood Falls.. Tuesday, " 13,1884.
Recvilie Heaver Falls Wednesday, " 14, 18S4.
Murray Currie Thursday," " 15, 18S4.
Lincoln Lake Benton Friday, " 16, ISB4.
Lyon Marshall Saturday, " 17,1831.
Grant Elbow Lake Tuesday, " 2n, IS¥4.
Otter Tail.. Fergus Falls Wednesday, " 21, 1884.
Norman. ..Ada, Thursday, " 22, 1884.
Polk Crookston Friday, •' 23, 1S8!.
Clay Sloorhead Saturday, " 34, 1884.
Pope Glenwood Monday, " 26, 1884.
Traverse...Brown's Valley..Tuesday, "27,4884.
Stevens Morris Wednesday, " 28, 1884.
Swift Benson Wednesday, " 28,1884.
Kandlyolil. Wlllmar Thursday " 29, 1884
Yellow Medicine, Granite Falls, Tuesday June 3,1554
Lists of the lands to be offered !n each count; will
bejforwarded to the county auditor at least ten days
prior to the date of sale.
Fifteen per cent, of the purchase money and inter
est at the rate of 7 per cent per annum on the bal
ance, from the day of sale to the Ist day of June,
ISBS, will be required.ou the day of sale. On timber
lands an amount equal to the value of the timtier will
be required In addition to the 15 per cent. Interest
on the unpaid purchase money at the rate ol 7 per
cent, per annum in advance becomes due on the Ist
day of June, or within six days thereafter in each
Upon a failure to pay interest when due, the lands
revert to the State without further notice or process,
and will again be offered at public saie unless double
the amount of interest due is previously paid. Xo
Ir.nds can lie sold at less than the appraisal, which
cannot be less ttiau 55 per acre.
W. W. BBADEN,
ap4-Gw-fri Commissioner of the State Land Office
STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF BIG
STONE—ss. District Court, 12th Judicial Dis
In the matter of the assipnment of Alfred M. Jones.
Notice Is herby given that Alfred \V. Jones, here
tofore doing business at Beardsley, said county and
state, under the firm name of A. TV. <& M. W. Jones,
has by deed in writing, dated April 16, ISS4, made
a general assignment to the undersigned, of ail his
property not exempt by law from levy and sale on
execution for the beneilt of all his creditors without
All claims most be verified and presented to the
undersigned for allowance.
Dated Beardsley. Minn., May".. 1884.
CHARLES W. BOXXIWELL,
Xotice is hereby given that the undersigned will,
under the order of Ihe District court of Ramsey
county. In an action pending therein beteween Oscar
Matter and Anthony Wanner, Fell at public auction
on the ir>i li day of May. isst, at ten o'clock in the
forenoon, to thejligbest bidder, for cash, ali the
persona] property,belonging to the late ilvm of Wan
ner & Matter, consisting ot a large number of goage
boxes of various sizes, fine, partition, chimney and
other patterns and moulds, chimney hoops, a large
qeantlty of terra cotta blocks for chimneys, par
titions, copings, arches, etc., partition and furring
slabs, a number of benches, wheelbanows. shovels,
etc., one engine with boiler, i'y wheel, shafting imd
other attachments, one steam iiuinp. one hnir carding
machine, one combination planer i>.ud wood working
i machine, oni taw table and attachments, 17 barrels
; and 240 sacV.s of plaster, the same being Implements,
| articles and materials used in connection with the
manufacture of terra cottawork.
Said sale will take place at the factoiy formerly
occupied by paid firm of AVanner & Matter on Kagle
street near the comer of Washington Btreet, in said
city of St. Paul.
GEORGE W. GETTY,~
EOWBO&TS AND O&RS FOR SALE.
WIIITE BEAR, .... AIIXN.
Of an Application for the Ap
pointment of Commissioners to
Assess Damages to Lands to be
Taken and Used in Operating
the "Water Works of the City of
To all whom it may-concern, and particularly
to the hereinafter named owners of, or persona
interested in the lands, or any part or portion
thereof, hereinafter described, .the same being
taken by the Board of Water Commissioners of
the city of St. Paul, in the constructing use and
operating the works thereof under and by virtue
of the provisions of an act of the Legislature of
the state of Minnesota, entitled '-An act to au
thorize the city of St. Paul to purchase the fran
chises and property of the St. Paul Water com
pany, and creating the Board of Water Com
missioners"—approved February loth, 1881, and
of an act amendatory thereof, approved January
Notice is hereby given, that the Board of Water
Commissioners of the city of St. Paul, a body
created and existing under and by virtue of the
above named acts of the Legislature of the state
of Minnesota, will apply to the honorable Orlacdo
Simons, Judge of the District court, .Second Ju
dicial district, in and for the county of Ramsey,
state of Minnesota, (that being the county
wherein said lands are situate) at his chambers
in the city of St. Paul, county and state afore
said, on th'j 28th day of May, A. D. 1884, at the
hour of 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day,
or as soon thereafter as counsel can be heard,
for the appointment of three commissioners to
assess the damages which the owners of, or
persons interested in the lauds hereinafter
described to be taken for the extending and mak
ing new lines of work and constructing, use and
operating of such works, and the extending, and
making new lines ot work, from Vadnais lake in
section 81, township 30, range 22, and the city of
St. Paul, to-wit:
The east half of the northwest quarter of sec
tion nineteen (19) of township twenty-nine (29),
range twenty-two (22), according to pint Xo. 5 ot
the record ot the riL'ht of way of the Board of
Water Commissioners, iik-d in the office of the
Register of Deeds in and for said Ramsey county,
January 10th, 1884. Amount of land tuken is
live and fourteen hundredth acres; H. D. Gurney,
owner; Wiilis Bailee, mortgagee.
The west half of the northwest quarter of section
nineteen(l9),town 29,range twenty-two (22;afore
eaid, according to said plat No. 5 above mention
ed. Amount taken one and seventy-three one
hundredths acres: Edwin C. Litchfleld, owner.
The south half of the southeast quarter of
section thirteen, township 29, range 33, according
to plat No. 7, of said record of the right of way of
said board, liied ras aforesaid March 28, ISS4:
amount taken one (1) acre; Salvina H. Hanimoa
aud Sarah E. Stinson, owners, each of the undivi
ded half thereof; U. L. Lamprey. Mortgagee.
A strip of laud out of and through a five acre
piece of land in the above described south half
of the southeast quarter, section 18, township 29,
range ~:i, according to said plat No. T. Amount
taken 85-100 acres, owned by Joseph Kobert.
The north half of the southeast quarter of
section thirteen (13), township 29, range twenty
three (28), according to said plat Xo. 7, amount
taken two and forty-three one hnndredths acres,
owned by Charles Bloomingdale and Isaac Rhine,
each the undivided one-hdf thereof; and alr.o the
following pieces or parcels of land, according to
plat Xo. 8, of the record of the right of way
aforesaid, Sled as aforesaid March 13th, l 184,
the following lots situate and being in "asylum
out lots" so called, acording to the recorded plat,
thereof, on file in the office of the Register of
Deeds in and for said County of Ramsey, Minmie
Lot No. 1, Asylnni Out Lots, amount taken 1.04
Owned by Joseph Trahee aud Joseph
Lot No. 7, Asylum Out Lot?, amount taken .04
Owned by the Catholic Industrial
Lot Xo. 8, Asylum Out Lots, amount taken .33
Owned by Norman W. Kittson.
Lot Xo. 9, Asylum Out Lots, amount taken .33
Owned by the Catholic Industrial
Lot No. 10, Asylum Out Lots, amount taken 3.23
Owned by Francis James.
Lot No. 11, AsylumOutLots, amount taken .59
Owned by the Catholic Industrial
Lot Xo. 12, Asylum Out Lots, amount taken .30
Owned by E. G. Rogers.
Lot Xo. 13, Asylum Out Lots, amount taken .58
Owned by the Catholic Industrial
Lot Xo. 14, Asylum Out Lots, amount taken .71
Owned by the Catholic Industrial
Lot Xo. 15, Asylum Out Lots, amount taken .75
Owned by Joseph Fleckenstein.
Lot No. 10, Asylum Out Lots, amount taken .53
Owned by Win. Welch.
Also, the southeast quarter of the southwest
quarter of the northeast quarter of section four
teen (14), township twenty-nine (29), range
twenty-three (23), according to said plat No. 6,
amount taken, four and thirty-four one hun
dredth^ acres. Owned by Calvin S. Peunell.
Also the southwest quarter of the southeast
quarter of the northeast quarter of said section
14, town 29, range 23, according to said plat No.
8. Amount taken four and thirty-four hun
dredth:; acres, owned by Raines Stinson.
And, also the northeast quarter of the north
west quarter of the southeast quarter, of said
section 14, town and range last aforesaid accord
ing to said plat No, 8. Amount taken, three and
forty-six one hundreths acres; owned by Johan
nes Johnson, subject to a judgment in favor of
St. Paul Harvester Works, and to a judgment in
favor of D. C. Shepard as assignee.
All of the rest residue and balance of the land
embraced and included within the limits of the
lands taken by said Board of Water Commission
ers, for the constructing use and operating of its
said works as aforo&id not named above, and as
shown upon said above named plats, have been
secured to said Board of Water Commissioners,
upon and by mutual settlements with the respect
ive owners thereof.
Dated St. Paul, Minn., this 2d day of May, 1884.
W. P. MURRAY,
124-149 City Attorney.
Vacation of Part of Bluff Street.
City Clerk's Office, )
St. Paul, Minn., Anril 10,1884. ]
Whereas, A petition has been filed in this
office as provided by law, by order of the Com
mon Council of the. City of St, Paul, asking for
the vacation of that part of Bluff street be
tween Grant and Robert streets, and more partic
ularly described as follows: Beginning on the
north line of Bluff street at the west line of Ro
bert st, thence southwesterly along the north line
of Bluff street to the east line of Grant street,
thence southerly along the east line of Grant
street, produced to a point where a curve of
twenty-five feet radius starting tangent from said
east line will strike tangent with a line 302 feet
northwesterly of and parallel with the north side
of Fourteenth street, thence around said curve
southeasterly, easterly, and north
easterly to said line, thence north
easterly along said line three hundred and.
two feet northwesterly of and parallel with th«
north line of Fourteenth street to the west line
of Robert street; thence northwesterly along the
west line of Bluff street to the place of beginning;
Whereas: The petitioners state that they
own all the land fronting the north side of Bluff
street between Robert and Grant streets, and all
the land fronting on the south side of Muff street
between Robert and Cedar streets, the object
of the vacation asked for "being to open a street
in lieu of the one proposed to be vacated"
sixty feet wide from Robert to Cedar streets,
and extend Grant street thereto, and to have es
tablished for such new street a grade uniform,
or nearly so, from Cedar to Giant streets, and,
from Grant to Robert streets,and,
Whereas; The petitioners offer to and will
dedicate the grounds for such changes,
etc., and will pay the entire costs and
expenses of making such changes, including the
proper grading of such new street
Now i here fere, Notice is hereby £iven that
saitl petition will be heard and considered by the
Common Council of the City of Saint Paul, or a
committee to be appointed by said Conncil, ou
Tuesday, the lid day of June, A. D. 1884, at 7:30
o'clock p. m.. at the council chamber iv the city
hall of said city.
By order of Common Council.
Thos. A. Pr.ENDERuAST, City Clerk,
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