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A Daily Olobo Department at Mankato De
voted to Povelopinsraiui Advancing
the Southern Portion of the
The office (.f the Southern Minnesota depart
menl ot Thb Globe is in charge of Mr. li. F.
Barrett, with headqnartera at Maukato, the
business and editorial rooms being on the second
floor of the First national bank building formerly
occupied as the telephone exchange. Personal
calls or communication addressed to Mr. Barrett
on matters pertaining to this department will
receive prompt attention.
fcpecial Keports from the Globb Mankato oflice
The Germania baud have a dance at Union hall
Judge Porter's friends were on hand yesterday
congratulating him on the advent of a young
Democrat at bis residence, and the judge looked
The beautiful summer weather of the past few
flays has brought out vegetation with a rush,
am! ill;- trees are beginning to be clothed with
f. . ge.
Martin P. Germo, Esq., a graduaje of the high
school of this city, well known here, and now
living in Utah, was married in that city to Miss
!!■ rtha Evans. The ceremony took place on the
Advice from Eajrle Lake bring intelligence o£
the death of Mrs. Cynthia Phelps, wife of W. W.
Phelps one of the leading business men of that
village who deceased after a brief illness and was
interred on yesterday.
Mr. John Perrizo, formerly of Delevan, Kinn.,
has opened the saloon and bowling alley formerly
operated by Mr. Kiercher, having had the interior
papered and decorated. It is one of the neatest
places in the city.
'J. W. Durham, late one of the proprietors of
Opera Holler rink, is about leaving for the front
on the 14. C. R. & X. K. R., where he will 88
--assume charge of the bridge force under E. P.
Eej nolds contractor.
Mrs. A. I. M:m, of St, Louis, who is a daught
er of Judge .Janus Brown, of this city and whose
husband is a civil engineer on the St. Louis &
San Francisco Railroad, is visiting at her fath
er.-, where she usually summers.
C. I". Marsh, proprietor of the Chapman house,
Heron Lake, was a guest at the Mankato house
yesterday, and distributed himself ajound among
his friends not forgetting the headquarters of
the southern Minnesota department of the
Frank Hoot, engineer on the Chicago, Milwau
kee .v St. Paul Railroad, who has had the run so
long between this city and Wells, is about re
moving to sicmx Falls, 1). T., to take the run
between that place and Kgau for the same com
c Mr. I.co Lamm, Jr. received a telegram at 10
a. m. yesterday, from .Mr. Clement Sehnpeder,
dated at St. Louis, stating that he would be in
Mankato to-night. Arrangements have been
made for the funeral of his father, the lute Her
man Schrceder, from the Catholic church ouMon
daj at li a. m.
The Spanish students took Mankato by storm.
Their music wa ? unique, harmonious and entire
ly beautiful, and they weie greeted with round
after round of applause, very gracefully answer
ing at the close of part first to an enthusiastic
recall. In regard to their nationality, E. T. Car
ney is reported as saying that there were three
lii-li policemen, two Germans, a Coon and four
Yankees in the lot.
Yesterday morning Fred lleinze began the
demolition of the old wooden structure in block
fourteen, known as the old Prail & Duberson
building, upon the site of which he is about to
erect a tine two-story brick building with a stone
basemani 22x8C feet in size, which he will occu
py a- a general merchandise store. This old
landmark was erected in 1856 by Thorman
Pauzer, and in it he kept a stock of groceries,
v. Uich in these eaily days always included a bar
rel of whisky. It was one of the earliest build
in.:- built in Mankato, and is tin- last but two in
the block to succumb to the inevitable march of
progress which has marked Maukato for its
special field of operation.
An Important Industry.
0 ATiion-r the many wealth producing industries
that have sprung up at Mankato within the past
few years, and which have gradually grown into
such proportions as to attract universal attention,
none hare advanced with such remarkable rapid
ity as the Butter Tub factory of Woodard &
Ab*it two years ago W. W.
Woodnrd conceived! the idea that this
was a business for which there seemed to be a
remarkably fine opening here, and accordingly
embarked in it in a quiet modest, way. But
modest and small the business did not continue
to be, and associating with him Mr. C. M. Marsh
they have continued to enlarge as fast as their
business successes warranted it. From one to
another temporary structure they have spread
until to such an extent has their business ex
panded that the construction of some suitable,
substantial fire proof building, of sufficient ca
pacity to enable them to group their business
niuk-r one roof.and where it would be subject to
their own personal supervision, became an abso
lute necessity. To this end the firm have now
under construction the largest butter tub fectory
in the United States, as well as the largest build
ing in Mankato. It is to be thirty-five feet wide
and three hundred and thirty feet long,two stories
hiL'h of solid brick, wilh iron roof. It fronts on
Van Brunt street, and extends from Pleasant
to Record street. In front passes the Chicago,
St. Paul, Minneapolis it Omaha railroad, which
company will build a side track for the use of the
factory. In the rear center an engine house is
also being constructed, 30x34 feet, and a dry
The main building has a concrete and cement
floor, and is divided by two heavy fire proof brick
walls, with iron doors into three fire proof com
partments. The building is to be heated by
Bteam, which can be made to fill either room in
case of fire, and a steam fire pump with hose at
tached will be located in the engine room.
The establishment throughout is being
constructed with a view to its especial adaptation
to the purpose for which it is designed, and which
their experience has taught them is necessary.
It will accommodate, when completed, about
seventy-five workmen, and if time shall demon
strate its insufficiency, the gentlemen own one
hundred and sixty feet deep and a duplicate
building can be constructed in its rear, the sume
Bteam plant answering for both buildings, The
firm expect to be ready to move in July'lst, and
the estimated cost of their buildings, "exclusive
of machinery, is J20.Q00. Their engine is being
built by the Mankatp Manufacturing company
and will be forty horse power. Their boiler is
being made by J. D. Harding & Co.,
of Mankato, and is of steel, four
teen feet long and fifty-four inches in diameter.
The factory is at present employing fifty-three
men, and is turning out about 900 tubs daily.
With the completion of their new factory, and
the employment of an additional force of men,
together with the increased facilities for speed
which a convenient building will bring them,
they will be able to make from 1,500 to 2,0'J0
tubs daily. From the first day that they began
to manufacture down to the present moment
there has been not the slightest trouble in selling
their goods, and at present their orders wiil
cover ail that they can make this season. The
factory runs the year romul, and, as remarked at
the outset, is one of those wealth producing in
dustries which makes Mankato the best town in
Minnesota, The advertisement of this firm ap
pears on this page.
TJie Canning Factory.
Very quietly work has been carried on at the
tanning factory of Mr. J. R. Hodaff and bat lit
tle attention has been paid to it by the public,
ami yet it is a very important institution in more
than one way. The opening up of a business of
that character means the growth of a large
amount of agricultural products upon a small
area. It means the higher cultivation of the soil
adjacent to this city and is an industry that v.'ill
provide lucrative employment for a large portion
of the year for quite a number of people. Mr.
Jlr. Hoduff has already secured contracts for
what sweet corn and beans he expects to use
and a portion of bis tomatoes. There is a chance
for some money to be made raising tomatoes for
canning if raised upon a large scale. The quick,
light soil along the river bottom is well adapted'
|o their culture and it will take but a few years
to supply as extensive a demand for vegetables
of all kinds as shall be developed for canning
Andrews' Opera company closed their engage
ment in this city last evening, with the Chimes
of Normandy. George Andrews, a 9 Gaspard,
displayed fine dramatic ability. The Bailli was
well delineated by E. M.Andrews. Hisses Eose
bury, Rhodes, Clayton, Lehmer, Stanley and
White acquitted themselves handsomely. J. C.
CJass, as the Fisherman, Chas. Pratt, IJ. Franz,
A. Allison awl 1". W. Clayton aJJ proved them
selves artists of more than ordinary ability. The
choruses within the walls of the old deserted
castle were rendered with splendid effect, and
the solo of (iaspard the miser was beautiful and
weird. A large and appreciative audience listen
ed to the entertainment and were highly pleased.
We hope Mr. Andrews will come again.
Will liaer, of Cedar liapids, lowa, was in the
city on Sunday.
John Konncll shipped two carloads of hogs to
Chicago last Saturday.
T. I. Hall & Co. sold a phaeton to A. L. Little
of Minneapolis this week.
There will be a strawberry festival at the Pres
byterian church, Friday evening, May 16th.
B. 11. Cove and (J. \Y. Van Dugen went to Chi
cago the first of the week.
Thomas Feenej of this city has used over SOO
bushels of grain to seed his farms this spriiiLr.
Will Kerko has accepted a position in .Mr. Had
ensted's jewelry store, and will not return to
The old sheds in the cjty hall lots are being
torn down preparatory to making the excavation
for the new building.
J)r. Ozmun, of St. Paul, spent Sunday with his
parents in this city. He is looking well.
A. T. Stebbins is receiving letters from all
parts of the country, ordering boom pamphlets.
John C. Mulhollaud, formerly of Eyota, but
late of Waiertown, 1). T., was in the city .Mon
Miss Blanche Fishback has returned from
.J. (i. Zimmerman has accepted a position in A.
Senator Morrison and flavor Whitten returned
from .New Kockford hist Friday.
Ed. Buton has gone to New Rockford.
.liinmie Fitzpatrick la at Jamestown, D. T.,
with a car load of stock.
Air. Porter, president of the First National
bank, Mr. Wilson, president of the Second Na
tional bank of Winona, were in the city yester
The scholars of the Congregational Sunday
school gave (40.20 toward building the mission
ary ship, the '-New Horning Star^"" which will
sail to the Islands of the Pacific.
E. M. Bennet has returned from Bismarck,
The next retail druggists' convention will
meet at the Cook bouse in this city.
W. J. Eaton is putting down 90,000 dozen
Willie Iloaney has gone to St. Paul.
About UO,OOO pounds of hogs were brought in
to the city last Sarurday.
A man giving his name as Smith entered the
residence of Rev. Hoth, in the western part of
the city, last Tuesday with burglaroua intent.
lie stole a pair of pants containing a gold watch
and chain, and was making away with them but
was captured near the creamery. We always
thought Smith a bad citizen, and this verifies the
DE. A. Craig, who hired a team from Cook Bros.
and remaining away bo long as to excite their
suspicions was arrested at Lanesboro and
brought to this city Thursday, lie claims he
had no intention of stealing the team, and in fact
had abandoned it.
S. C. Dunham, of Faribault, was in the city
-Mr. Leeds, of Duluth, is the guest of Dr.
Bowers of this city.
George A. Fry made a flying trip to Peirre, D.
T. last week.
.James Young, of St. Cloud, is in the city.
Mrs. Welbank, of Dulnth, is in the city."
.fiidiru Start returned from Lake City Tuesday,
where he has been holding court.
Dr. W. W. Mayo went to Washington, D. C.
last Saturday to attend the meeting of the Amer
ican Medical association.
S.. \V. Eaton and wife will go to Erookings
Key. J. W. Bradshaw went to Winona this
week to assist in the installation of Rev. J. 11.
Cram, as pastor of the Congregational church of
Trout are quite numerous in Bear creek this
The June session of the district court will
open on the lirst Monday In June.
I'iie members of the Cnster Post, G. A. R.,
are making arrangements to celebrate Decoration
Day. They have ordered new uniforms, which
wiil arrive in time for use on that day.
Mrs. Lncretia Denton, of Dover Center, died
la.-t Monday at her house aged ninety-eight. This
venerable lady was doubtless the oldest person
in Ulmsted county, her husband, who survives
her, beiug a trifle younger.
The suit against Fred. Becker for violating the
the ordinance regulating the sale of liquor on the
Sabbath day has been put over until next Friday.
The question in regard to paving Main street is
being discussed quite freely. Some of the par
ties who will eventually be called en to help foot
the bill would probably be just as well pleased if
the job were postponed for a couple of years
Tour or five of our worthy citizens who delight
m the national game left here last evening for
Milwaukee in order to witness the game of base
ball which is to be played in that city this after
noon between the home club and the jjtili water
Several remarkably handsome and commodious
private dwellings, are in course of construction
on the North Hill, of the number may be men
tioned those of Dr. Knapf and Miss Smith on the
north side of School street.
John Boreen, who has had charge of the Cen
tral house for the past three years, retires from
the position on the first of June, and will be suc
ceeded by John Erickson, who has been lons
and favorably known to the people of Stillwater
Great complaint is made by some of our busi
ness men, at the length of time required to get a
bale of goods from Minneapolis. The interested
merchants in that cily should give the matter
their earliest attention if they desire to retain
their Stillwater trade.
Evidently the saloon business in this city has
been overdone. But few of the number are
making more than their expenses, while others
arc just about keeping even wih the world. Es
tablishments that were making money a year
ago can hardly keep up at present.
Among the recent real estate deals in this city
is that of Vetal Campbell, who has exchanged
his house and lot on the east side of Bro;:dwav
for property in Minneapolis. Evidently Vetal
had not heard of the three or four hundred
houses that are at present standing vacant in the
The base ball grounds will be put in excellent
condition for the series of games, which com
mence here on the !)th day of June. All of the
old stumps are to be removed and the surface of
the ground made smooth and level. The old
amphitheatre will be replaced with one of larger
Beating capacity. In a word, the directors are
determined to furnish the public with the best
possible accommodations for witnessing the
A man named Goade, who has been at work on
Staples' farm, on leaving the place yesterday
morning took with him, in addition to his own
elethes, a coat belonging to a fellow workman.
The theft was reported to Chief Shortt.il, who, in
the course of :i couple of hours, succeeded in
finding the missing garment secreted in the bot
tom of a trunk belonging to the accused party,
who was shortly afterward taken into custody.
| Special Correspondence of the Globe. |
Pipestoxe, Mixn., May 7, 18S4.—This
Tillage is full of the subject of the railroad
boom. The most satisfactory reports of ac
tivity in all three of our new railroad camps
come to hand daily.
The Woodstock branch extension is beina:
pushed on rapidly. Stores and material are
arriving daily and all the right of way
troubles are happily at an end. The Barling
ton <fc Cedar Rapids road is fully located as
farasLuverne and the depot grounds just
north of town are already selected ami ar
ranged for thanks to the enterprise of Close
Bros. A: C. 11. Bennett.
Surveying parties come into town almost
daily and our hopes are being iullilled in a
way that surpasses our fondest expectations.
Quite an amount of ill-feeling threatened
to arise out of the question of opening the
streets on the east side of town connecting
Nichols' with Sandford's additions, but differ
ences have been happily adjusted and we are
once more pulling together for the common
The chief social events of recent date are
the celebration of the anniversary of. the
Hope Lodge of the I. O. O. F., with a grand
supper and dance; but the bad weather in
terfered with the attendance, and the Breth
ren from Lake Benton and other distant
points were unfortuuetly conspicuous by their
absence. The same unfortunate combina
tions interfered with the festivities attending
the location of the G. A. R. Post here, but
again enthusiasm rose superior to minor in
conveniences and a great good time was en
joyed and appreciated.
The Building Boom has fairly started;
teams, are at work preparing the ground for
our new Stone Blocks, and all around new
dwelling houses are rising as if by magic.
Mr. F. B. Close is completing the arrange
ments of his newly acquired property north
of town, and blue-grass seeding and tree
planting are preparing the way for one of the
finest villa-residence, that can be found in
the South West.
Land seekers continue to arrive daily;
and the new arrangements of trains by which
svisitors reach here at or about midday, bid
lair to produce the most beneficial effects, as
THE ST. PAUL DAILY GLOBE. SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 10, 1884*
Test Tflnr Bali Powder Tq-D ay !
Brands Advertised as Absolutely Pure
Place a can top down on a hot stove until heated, then re
move the cover and smell. A chemist will not be required to
detect the presence of ammonia.
friTc mc;>t plrfcct madeT^
Docs Dpßjlc|4» Kstelth
not j%MM Mnesstas
Oontain Jj ;^^^^new ken
Ammonia. ipfg ftw pstioned
In a million homes for a quarter of a century it has stood the
consumers' reliable test,
The Test of the Oven.
PRICE BAKING-POWDER CO.
Or. Price's Special Flavoring Extracts,
The Strongest, Host Delirious and Natural FlavorsTnimn. and
DR. PRICE'S LUPULIN YEAST GEMS
For Light, Healthy Bread, The Best Dry Hop Yeast iv the
World. For sale by Grocers.
CHICAGO, - - - ST.LOUIS.
people have now a chance of seeing our
magnificient country from the cars.
The latest item of conversation is the pro
posed amalgamation of the owners of the
Stone Ledge and the formation of a joint
Company. It will be a great day for Pipe
stone when this is done.
More Crooked Evidence.
Sa2* Fhaxcisco, May 9.—ln the Sharon
divorce to-day Harry L. Wells, who testified
for the plaintiff that he heard Sharon intro
duce Miss Hill to Mrs. True, since deceased,
of Santa Cruz, as his wife, confessed to-day
that the story was a fabrication. Nothing of
tii,' kind ever occurred. In making the con
fession the witness burst into tears and said:
"True told me there was 5250,000 in the af
fair and I was to have §100,000."
Prefers Shooting to Banging".
Salt Lake. Utah, May 9. —Fred Hopt,alias
Welcome, three times tried ;>.nd convicted of
murder, is sentenced to be executed on June
13. The Utah statute permits persons sen
tenced to be executed to choose hanging or
shooting. llopt chose shooting as the man
ner of his taking off. His attorneys gave
notice of appeal. Should a stay of execution
be ordered there will be danger of lynching.
The murder was committed ten years ago.
The case has cost the territory $15,000.
[Addition, Division and Uproar,
Blaiuc has all the lightning calculators on
his side, anyhow.
TAKEN IN HOT WATER
"By a thorough knowledge of the natural laws
which govern the operations of digestion and nu
trition, and by a careful application of the fine
properties of well-selected Cocoa, Mr. Epps has
provided our breakfast tables with a delicately
flavored beverage which may save us many heavy
doctor's bills. It is by the judicious use of such
articles of diet that a constitution may be gradu
ally built up until strong enough to resist every
tendency of disease. Hundreds of subtle mala
dies are floating around us ready to attack wherev
er there is a weak point, We may escape many a
fatal shaft by keeping ourselves well fortified
with pure blood and a properly nourished frame."
—Civil Service Gazette.
Hade simply with boiling water or milk. Sold
in tins only ( l/« & and KVby Grocers, labeled thus :
JAMES Ei'Pi&Gu,, Homoeopathic Chemists
uiUfLutJ 111 l 0 (X UU.j Losdos, England
«S&'P**if"ffi'B'''ft iife*B!Tii Regeneration for
if S H T^H fca 0 aH* !?#«?* Regeneration for
S S la i £ l» PiS% enfeebled systems
ptits^VfrD^iiU^ su'reril, ls from a
|P tuKMiH o^jp general want of
4 &&s£ tone, and its usual
"s«%»SSu wICiV concomitants, dys
2|xjejfe. Jr*?^« pepsia and nerv
*?* &Hr& 3^l^. ousness, is seldom
' ! ¥a&&J£ky>~L derivable from the
- f£^H&^**&^~^i-i^Ss; nse°f a nourishing
diet and stimuli of
'^^L^JSP appetite, unaided.
s~(&~^ss&s!S@S3?ipil^ A medicine that
-;lv!firS^*S^^s^^S^ wiH effect a remov-
Yg^^^^^jg al of the specific
"*h*lriiiiT obp* newed health and
K^&ls MACh^g^ &* vigor, thatisagen
•'■•^.B^BhbP*.^ r 3? "i'-f corrective, is
*^>T !*■ f| W_ ''■■'■ ■ ' the real need. It
_'.-:• . is the possession of
this grand requirement which makes ilostetter's
Stomach Bitters so effective as an invigorant.
Eor sale by all druggists and dealers generally. . .
Who want glossy, luxuriant
and wavy tresses of abundant,
beautiful Hair must use
LION'S KATHAIRON. This
elegant, cheap article always
makes the Hair grow freely
and fast, keeps it from falling
out, arrests and cures gray
ness, removes dandruff and
itching, makes the Hair
strong, giving it a curling
tendency and keeping it in
any desired position. Beau
tiful, healthy Hair is the sure
result of using Eathairon. _
The best evidence In the world of the
purity and excellence of BlackwelTs Bull
Durham Smoking Tobacco is found in the
fact that the fame of this tobacco increases
from year to year. This could not be tho
case if it were merely " gotten up to sell,"
or had any dubious or dangerous ingre
dients in it. Among- millions of users of
all nationalities, surely some one would
find out if it were impure, injurious or
unpalatable. For 18 years this tobacco has
been acknowledged to be the lest in the
world, and every year the Bull Durham
brand grows more popular, the demandf
1 I it wider, and smokers r—- '
fa delicious natural flavor. £%
p&jjk Ask your dealer for it. V*v
A l'if] Get the genuine—trade- fa
Hi I mark of the BulL fe»v
I Blackwell's Bull Durham rm
>\ SmokiDjj Tobacco is used. 3j3^'
WOODAED & MARSH,
w% II . V L
EITHER MACHINE OR HMD-.™.
i Our stock" is the best
made and our products
are all warranted first
class. Our 601b tubs
weigh fully ten pounds,
which is the highest
standard weight de
manded by the New
York Butter Exchange.
iESPAny Correspondence or information
answered with pleasure.
!31-37 \ MANKATO.
S. P. MORRISON & CO,
BOILERS, SAW MILLS and MACHINERY,
.;•. STEAM PUMPS,
Inspirators, Belting, Packing, Steam Fitting
:■•.' ' Etc., j<:tc. • •■ • :.:rK
MANKATO, - - •■- - - MINN.
. LOANS, ETC.
GEO. A. CLARKE,
Real Estate, Loan & Insurance Broker
Office under Citizens' National Bant.
'J 1 MAXKATO. MINN.
CONTRACTOR JHD BOLDER,
Manufacturer of Red and Cream Brick, and dealer
n all kinds of Mankato Stone. ' Quarry and Works
Nort Front street. . \: /,'.
MANKATO, MINN. 97
-r^pj)7p|k This BELT orßegenera
/<[>^%Cffl «!«W^^L tor '8 made expressly for
# !>'/)s'f>'l4ir"U^ftv^'' cure °' 'derangements
fy~f^MP * *->^> lof the generative organs.
i^MiCA V?JCVB££v/^There is no mistake about
Nfflj^/FORlVJV^'this instrument, the con
i. \>'ijj;~ssrr^"^*; .tinuons stream of ELEC
||l^\^§Swfar- «ITRICITY permeating
tlflvlLit^Sf'^frtMl 1 through, the parts must
IiILN unLI restore them to Wealthy
. V. ..:**■•*<• action. .Do not confound
this with Electric Belts advertised to cure all ills
from head to toe. fl It is for the ONE specific pur
pose. For circulars giving full information, ad
dress Cheever Electric Belt Co., 103 Washington
street, Chicago, 111.
FIVE CENTS A HIE
WANTED a situation as clerk or salesman
; with wholesale grocery or commission
business. E. L. Cheyney, 169 Mason, street,
Milwamkee. • , 131-37
WAITED— A situation by man and wife as
janitor and housekeeper. ; No children.
Can give good. recommendations. Address Jo
seph Seib, 58 De Bow street. • 130-136
. ■ . . SITUATIONS OV^JSKEO.
ANTED—A good cook. Apply at Leh
maun's hotel, West St. Paul. 127-133
WANTED— Girl lor general housework,
small family. Must come well recom
mended. Apply, 601 Dayton avenue. 130-132
WANTED— family three; 730 Grand
WANTED —A good cook. None other need'
apply. Also, a second girl, at 166 Summit
avenue. ■ 128-134
WANTED —Girl for general housework.
Family of three, German prefered. 349
Franklin. ?- ;•'..>':' 127-133
WANTED A second girl who understands
her work. • No. 275 (old) corner Jackson
street and University avenue. 125-31
WANTED A carriage painter at 102 West
Third street. 128-134
FOR rent or sale, a splendid . boarding house
situated near Hamm's brewery, being all
furnished; also line saloon with fixtures. In
quire of E. Langevin, West St. Paul. 131-32
FOR RENT—Store, corner West Seventh and
Goodrich avenue; suitable for feed,
grocery or shoe store. Apply at Rohland Bros',
meat store. 129
STORE for rent. Inquire of Jno. Clarkin,
Corner old Fort and Leech street.- 129-32
FOR —House containing eight rooms,
cellar, well and cistern. Inquire 310 Oak
FOR RENT—New house with 9 rooms and all
modern improvements, corner Sherman
and Franklin streets. Inquire at Averill Russell
& Carpenter's, corner • Fourth and Wacouta
FOR RENT— 10-room house to two families,
-L or as a boarding house ; good barn, well,
cirtern and cellar; corner • Leach and Smith
streets. Apply to O'Brien & Eller, Giliillan
FOR RENT—A house, nine rooms, barn and
well, 414 Ellen street, between Farmington
and Virginia avenues; $25 per month. ; 125-131
FOR RENT—House' centrally located with
midern conveniences. David Sanford, 319
Wabashaw street. 108*
FOR RENT cottage with four rooms,
Pantry and closets, good water and every
convenience. Apply to J. C. McCarthy, Sixth
TO RENT— of six rooms on Ohio
street. Inquire of P. R. McDonnell, grocer,
coiner George and Ohio streets, Sixth ward.
"VTICELY furnished rooms at 56 West Fourth
J-N street, near Park. 130-132
FOR RENT.—One pleasant furnished room for
X 1 rent at 426 Rice street. . 125
FOR RENT— front rooms, in newly fur
nished house, two blocks from capitol.
References exchanged. Address 8., 34, Globe
TO RENT— large, nicely fnrnished front
rooms in private family. 558 Robert street.
;:"-;vh 122 .
FOR SALE grocery store with saloon at
tached, on one of the best business streets
in the city. Inquire corner Rice and Charlie
FOR SALE—Some choice farms in Southern
Minnesota and Northern Dakota; thousands
of acres pine and hardwood lands in Wisconsin
and southern states; good garden lots and St.
Paul city property. H. Hall, Real Estate Agent,
120 East Third street, St. Paul, Minn. 130-131
HOUSE and lot for sale on 233 Thomas street.
Apply at 107, West Tenth street. 129-32
FOR SALE— Victoria in good condition, or
will trade for real estate. Apply at Perkins'
Carriage Bazaar, Fourth street above Wabashaw,
• DIAMOND drill for sale. Entirely new and
-LJ complete; never used; includes one 1?£
bitt set with diamonds; core barrel, core lifter,
etc. ' Can be had cheap for cash. Address C. 10,
this office. 117*
HEAP for cash or on long time if well secured,
v_^ one 25-horse power engine and 40-horse
power steel tubular boiler, with pumps, heater
and stack. Four 8 and three 10-horse power
agricultural engines. Two 8, two 10 and one 15
--horse power portable boilers. Apply to C. M.
Power, 301 Jackson street. 114-144
TjlOR SALE OR EXCHANGE—A choice farm,
JD fully improved and located one mile from a
good town, and will sell cheap. Farwell & Co.,
Third and Jackson streets.
MISCELLANEOUS HEAL ESTATE.
TWO large dwellings, also lots in Kitson's ad
_JL dition, for sale by H. M. Rice, Maunheimer
ri^HREE reasons why lots are selling so fast in
X Swift's addition on Saint Anthony hill, near
streetcars and the Webster school: Ist. They
are in the best resident locality. 2d They are
given to purchasers graded. 3d. They ars sold
very cheap and upon easy terms to parties that
will build. Jno. J. Buckhout, Agent, 301 Jack
son street. 115*
FOR SALE—The following desirable lots: lots
corner of Pleasant avenue and Sixth street,
2 lots on Rice street, between Iglebart and Tilton
street; 10 lots in Irvine's second addition, front
ing on Seventh street, (end of bridge); 12 lots
in Irvine's addition to West St. Paul; also a well
established paying business. Apply to George
W. Turnbnll, 343 Exchange street, city. 223*
MONEY to loan on real estate or good security.
Apply to Charles P. Hill, room 5 Odd Fel
lows' block. ?'-'. 131
ACKEY'S LOAN OFFICE— bought,
money loaned on furniture, pianos, horses,
wagons and personal property at low rates, with
out removal. Offices, Room 7, First National bank
building, corner Fourth and Jackson street, St.,
Paul, and Room 7, Maekey & Legg block, corner
of Fourth and Nicollet, Minneapolis. 20-207
on furniture, pianos, in residence without re
moval. E. &F. Peters, 283 Sibley street, oppo
site Union depot. 300*
LOANS on Life Ins. Policies. L. P. Van
Norman, No. 245. Ist Aye. S. Minneapolis. .
ANTED—For adoption a boy baby of
A'nierican-parentage. Inquire at Relief
society, East Ninth street. .- 131-32
THE Heenan House, formerly the Nicolette, is
now opened to the public. Good accommo
dation at low rates. Thomas proprietor.
• ■" 131-132
ADAME GANDERSOX, European Astrolo
-I.?jL gist, Magnetic Physician, and Business
Medium. Special attention given to ladies. Room
1, 424 Wabashaw street. ■ , "v,;:' 130-132
STOVES STORED away for the season.
Called for and put up again in the fall. Call
or address Joseph Uaag, 309 West Seventh street.
89* .. . "
■: : ZAUION'IiROS.
BUY on the West side where property is near
and yet within your reach. Lawton Bros, arc
selling houses and vacant lots 'on monthly pay
ments so low that any one may invest and stop
paying rent, 175 Dakota avenue. Lowton Bros.
Lawton's garden lots are selling rapidly, only
one-half a mile from city, lay high and on pleas
ant lake, 5 acres each at $200 per "acre on easy
terms. Lawton Bros. 125-31
PROPOSALS. . ~ ~~~
SEALED Proposals for printing 600 copies pro
ceeding of Grand Lodge A. O. U. W. in
pamphlet form about 60 pages, bound in paper
cover, similar to last years proceedings, delivered
at grand recorders ■ office, Minneapolis, Minn.,
will be received until Thursday noon, May 15th.
Bids must be made at so much per printed page.
Right reserved to reject any or all bids. Samples
may be seen and explanations given at Grand
Recorders office, No. ■ 248 Hennepin avenue,
Minneapolis, Minn.; arid at office of D. ' Romaley.
Minnesota Type foundry, St. Paul, Minn. All
proposals to be addressed tojW'ni. Cheney, Grand
Recorder, Minneapolis. ' . 130.
SEALED proposals will be received until 10
o'clock a. m. on Monday, the 12th inst., for
the stock of- carpets, rugs,. screens, etc., etc.
now in store at W. L. Anderson's stand,, corner
of Third and Robert streets. Proposals will be
delivered at the store. >-■ The right to reject any
or all bids is reserved. : ii. W. Johnson.../
. 130—132 - . V'rvi" Assignee. [
Couflrmation of Assessment for Widening, Opening and
Extension of Eaton street.
Office of the Board or Public Works, I
City of St. Paul. Minn., May 5,1884,*
The assessment of benefits, damages, costs and expenses arising from the widening, open
ing and extension of Eaton street, from Herman street to south city limits in the Sixth ward ot
tae city of St. Paul, Minnesota, having been completed by the Board of Public Works in and fo»
said City, said Board will meet at their office in paid city at 2 p. in., on the 19th day of May, A. D. t
1884, -to hear objections (if any) to said assessment, at which time and place, unless sufficient
cause is shown to the contrary, said assessment will be confirmed by said Board.
The following is 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
Adam Nachtsheim. All that part of block 24, Marshall's addition
to West St. Paul, lying within the lines of a street sixty (BO) feet
wide, extending through said block 24, the east line of which shall
be the west line of block 4, Eaton & Morrison's addition to West
St. Paul produced northerly. Taken for Eaton street $700 00")
Same. Block 24, Marshall's addition to West St. Paul, except part )■ $GSS 00
taken for Eaton street , $15 00
Mary 8. Morrison. The east fifteen (15) feet of lot 8, block 8, Eaton
<fc Morrison's addition to West St. Paul. Taken for Eaton street. $05 00*1
Same. Lot 8, Block 3, Eaton & Morrison's addition to West St. Paul, V §45 00
except east fifteen (15) feet $20 00 J
Sam Echtermoch. The east fifteen (15) feet of lot 7, block 3, Eaton }
& Morrison's addition to West St. Paul, taken for Eaton street... $65 00 I
Same. Lot 7, block 3, Eaton & Morrison's addition to West St. Paul, f • 545 00
except East fifteen (15) feet $20 00
Robert Patterson. The east fifteen (15) feet of lot 6. block 3, Eatoa
& Morrison's addition to West St. Paul, taken for Eaton street... $G5 00 "|
Same. Lot ti, block 8, Eaton & Morrison's addition to West St. Paul, I $45 00
except east fifteen (15) feet " $20 00
Robert Patterson. The east fifteen (15) feet of lot 5, block S.Eaton
& Morrison's addition to West St. Paul, taken for Eaton street... $C 5 00^1
Same. Lot 5, block 3, Eaton <fc Morrison's addition to West St. Paul, J- $i 600
except east fifteen (15) feet $20 00
A G Johnson. The cast fifteen (15) feet of lot 6. block 8, Eaton &
Morrison's addition to West St. Paul, taken for Eaton street $05 001
Same. Lot 6, block 8, Eaton <fc Morrison's addition to West St. Paul, V $45 00
except east fifteen (15) feet $20 00
E Hurley. The east fifteen (15) feet of lot 7,block 8, Eaton and
Morrison's addition to West St Paul. Taken for Eaton street... $05 00}
Same. Lot 7, block 8, Eaton and Morrison's additon to West St. > $45 00
Paul, except east fifteen (15) feet $20 00 j
P Connor. The east fifteen (15) feet of lot 8, block 8, Eaton and
Morrison's addition to West St. Paul. Taken for Eaton street... $05 00)
Same. Lot 8, block 8, Eaton and Morrison's addition to West St. 1- $45 00
Paul. Except east fifteen (15) feet : $20 00 )
E D Atwater. The east fifteen (15) feet of lot 9, block 8, Eaton
and Morrison's addition to West St. Paul. Taken for Eaton
street $65 00 )
Same. Lot 9, block 8, Eaton and Morrison's addition to West St. J- §45 00
Paul. Except east fifteen (15) feet $20 00 j
HADwight. The east fifteen (15) feet of lot 10, block 8, Eaton
and Morrison's addition to West St. Paul. Taken for Eaton
street $90 00 )
Same. Lot 10, block 8, Eaton and Morrison's addition to West St. J- $55 o'.
Paul. Except east fifteen (15) feet $25 00 )
»D Merrill. AH that part of lot 13, Bidwell's addition to West St.
Paul, lying within the lines of Eaton street in West St. Paul Proper
if produced South eighty (80) feet wide to south city limits:
Taken for Eaton street $450 00 )
Same. Lot 5, Bidwell's addition to West St. Paul, except part v $425 00
taken for E a ton street $25 00 )
Saver. All that part of lot 6, Bidwell's addition to Wes» St.
Paul lying within the lines of Eaton street in Wtst St. Paul Proper
if produced south eighty (80) feet wide to souih city limits:
Taken for Eaton street $900 00 |
Same. Lot 5, Bidweli's addition to West St. Paul and that part of > $502 50
lot 0, of said Bidwell's addition not taken for Eaton street $337 50 )
Chester R Smith. All that part of lot 2, block 23, Marshall's addition
to West St. Paul east of a line sixty (00) feet wef* of and parallel
with the west line of block 4, Eaton & Morrison's addition to West
St. Paul, if produced north through said lot 2: Taken for Eaton
street $00 00 )
Same. Lot 2, in block 23, Marshall's addition to West St. Paul, ex- V $50 00
cept part taken for Eaton street §10 00 j
Eaton & Morrison's Addition to West St. Paul.
Supposed Owner and Description. Lot Blk. Benefits. Damages Balance
Mary S Morrison 1 4 829 00 $0 00 $29 Oo
EC Belote 2 4 29 00 0 00 29 00
Bridget McMahon 3 4 29 00 0 00 29 00
> Tils P Sarsen 4 4 29 00 0 00 29 00
Patrick E Murphy 1 7 29 00 0 00 20 00
Same 2 7 29 00 0 00 29 00
II M Sniythe 3 7 29 00 0 00 29 00
Same 4 7 29 00 0 00 29 00
Maurice P Moriarty •. 5 7 29 00 0 00 29 00
Same 0 7 32 00 0 00 32 00
West St. Paul Proper.
Supposed Owner and Description. Lot. Blk. Benefits. Damages. Balance
Timothy Ryan 0 2 $50 00 §0 00 $50 00
E Langevin 1 1 45 00 0 00 45 00
Timothy Ryan 2 16 2100 0 00 2100
Board of Education 3 10 21 00 0 00 21 00
Same G 10 2100 0 00 2100
Same 7 10 2100 0 00 2100
Same 10 10 2100 0 00 2100
TJConolly 1 17 2100 0 U0 2100
Same 4 17 21 00 0 00 21 00
W C Greenway 5 17 2100 0 00 2100
Same 8 17 2100 0 00 2100
Same 9 17 2100 0 CO 2100
Jacob Bohrer, E »i of 10 22 18 00 0 00 18 00
Same, E ?i of 9 22 18 00 0 00 IS 00
Same, E of 8 22 18 00 000 18 00
Thos Walsh 7 22 18 00 0 00 18 00
Same 6 22 18 00 0 00 18 00
ChasllLienau 1 21 18 00 0 00 18 00
Same 2 21 18 00 0 00 18 00
Same 3 21 18 00 0 00 18 00
J Moriarty 4 21 18 00 0 00 18 00
State of Minnesota :....5 21 18 00 0 00 18 00
J Hurley 10 30 18 00 0 00 18 00
TF Gallagher '. 9 36 IS 00 0 00 18 00
Patrick 11 Cauley 8 30 18 00 0 00 18 00
George Schickling 7 30 18 00 0 00 18 00
JPPetler 6 30 18 00 0 00 18 00
BPFerriss 1 37 18 00 0 00 18 00
Same 2 37 18 00 0 00 18 00
Same, (Except SV2of E }i) 3 37 18 00 000 18 00
Same, W % of 4 37 18 00 0 00 18 00
Same, W % of 5 37 18 00 0 00 18 00
MS Gray.' 10 51 IS 00 000 18 00
West St Paul Building Association 9 51 18 00 000 18 00
Same 8 51 18 00 0 00 18 00
Eve Lamprey..'.'..'..'....'.'..."..« 7 51 18 00 000 IS 00
Same 6 51 18 00 0 00 18 00
M Hurley, WM of 1 50 ")
Same, W}& of 2 50 [-30 00 000 30 00
Same. WM of 3 50 J
II Wittmaack, S '/. of W% of 3 50 ]
Same, W% of 4 50 j*27 00 000 27 00
Same, W'%ofXlo ft of 5 50 J
Wm Schnlz, W % of S 40 ft of 5 50 14 00 0 00 14 00
Amon Wenks 2 05 27 00 0 00 27 00
Chas Latham 1 00 18 00 0 00 18 00
Same 2 06 18 00 0 00 18 00
Win Dawson .• 3 06 18 00 0 00 18 00
E Langevin 4 CO 18 00 000 18 00
Same 5 66 9 00 0 00 9 00
R. Yolmer 0 88 12 50 0 00 12 50
A W and Josephine Snyder 6 S9 12 50 0 00 12 50
R Bradley 10 95 12 50 0 00 12 50
Same 9 95 12 50 0 00 12 50
Same '. 8 95 12 50 000 12 50
Same 7 95 12 50 0 00 12 50
Same 0 95 12 50 0 00 12 50
Sarah Wilcox, W V- of 1 94 12 50 0 00 12 50
II J Peters, W V- of 3 94 12 50 0 00 12 50
Wm Smith 3 94 12 50 0 00 12 50
Same 4 94 12 50 0 00 12 50
Same 5 04 12 50 0 00 12 50
Eve Lamprey 10 10S 12 50 000 12 50
Same 9 108 12 50 000 12 50
GWiUinß ■ 8 108 12 50 000 12 50
LonißaLange. 7 108 1350 000 1250
Same 6 108 12 50 000 12 50
Sarah Wilcox 1 109 12 50 000 12 50
Same 2 109 1250 000 12 50
D Putnnm.!!""!!.'.l'."!!!.'.!..'. 3 109 12 50 000 12 50
G Willius 4 109 12 50 000 12 50
P Martin 5 109 12 50 000 12 50
Wm II Arbuckle, E% of 10 112 12 50 000 12 50
Same, E?i of '. 9 112 12 50 000 12 50
George Marti 8 112 12 50 000 12 50
XPLarsen 7 112 12 50 000 12 50
Same 6 112 12 50 000 I 8 60
HFLange 1 HI 12 50 000 12 50
Same S 111 12 50 000 12 50
Same 3 111 12 50 000 12 50
Same 4 111 1250 000 1250
Same 5 111 12 50 000 12 50
Chas A Drake, W% of :. 1 120 900 000 850
Same, WU of 2 120 900 000 900
M.Francot , 10 125 12 50 000 12 50
Same 9 125 12 50 000 12 50
Same 4 8 I~>s 12 50 000 12 50
S*ne 7- 125 12 50 000 12 50
Same 0 125 12 50 000 12 50
Peter Ziegler 10 128 12 50 000 12 50
Same 9 128 12 50 000 12 50
Same 8 128 12 50 000 12 50
John Fisher 7 128 12 50 000 12 50
GWillius 6 128 12 50 000 12 50
JJStiefel 10 141 12 50 000 12 50
Same 9 141 12 50 000 12 50
Same 8 i4l 12 50 0 00 12 50
Same 7 141 12 50 000 12 50
Same 0 141 12 50 0 00 12 50
Geo B Warren 10 144 12 50 000 12 50
Same 9 144 12 50 000 12 50
Same 8 144 12 50 000 12 50
Same i 7 144 12 50 000 12 50
Same 0 144 12 50 000 12 50
SI) Lord 10 151 12 50 000 12 50
Same 9 151 12 50 000 12 50
EF Drake 8 151 12 50 000 12 50
Paul Martin 7 lfl 12 50 000 12 50
Woodbnry & Case's Addition to West St. Paul.
Supposed owner and Description Lot. Block. Benefits. Damages. Balance.
Frank Zobel 1 11 $30 00 $0 00 $30 00
Same, N 47K ft of 2 11 12 50 0 00 12 50
E. Langevin et al, S 68M ft of 8 11 18 00 0 00 18 00
Same 3 11 30 00 0 00 30 00
Same 1 12 52 50 0 00 52 50
Same 4 21 62 50 0 00 62 5
Same ... 4 22 02 50 0 00 02 s<>
Same '..'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 4 30 70 00 000 70 00
All objections to said assessment must be made In writing and filed with the Clerk of said Board
at least one day prior to said meeting.
JOHN FARELNGTON, President.
R. L. Gobman, Clerk Board of Public Works. **-H