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Full List of Delegates Elected to
The Republican National
Most of Whom Arc Now in Chicago or
on Their Way to That City.
George Turner, Montgomery.
Geo. \V. Braxdall, Talladega.
Charles C. Sheats, Decatur.
Jesse C. Duke, Selma,
11— James E. Slaughter, Mobile.
Frank H. Threet, Deinopolis.
2—Paul Strobach, Montgomery.
Geo. \\". Washington. Montgomery.
—Isaac Hey man, Opelika.
Win. I'ouugblood, Union Springs.
4 Win. .1. Stevans, Selma.
Hugh A. Carson, ll'iynesville.
6—Lewis E. Parsons, Jr., Rockford.
Win. J. Anthony, La Fayette.
—Algernon A. Mabson, Birmingham.
Lewis J. Washington, Tuscaloosa.
7—Robert A. Moseley, Jr., Talladega.
Brthur Bingham, Talladega.
B—Augustus W. McCnllough, Huntsville.
Peter J. Crenshaw, Athens.
Powel Clayton, Eureka Springs.
Logan H. Boots. Little Rock.
M. \. Gibl -. Little Rock,
Henry M. Cooper, Little Rock.
I—Jacobl—Jacob Trieber, Helena.
Samuel 11. Holland, Dcrmott.
2- John 11. Johnson, Augusta.
1-Vrd Harris, Pine Bluff.
3—A. A. Tufts; Camden.
(In.. H.Thompson, Louisville.
•1 Mason V,'. Benjamin, Little Rock.
John i Tot;s, Mountainburg.
6—La Fayette Gregg, l\>.\vtteville.
Kidder Ivi.lu. Bentonville.
CALIFORNIA. ' '
AVm. AY. Morrow, San Francisco.
Gtt>. A. Knight, Eureka.
Thomas R. Bard, Huenema.
Horace Davis, San Francisco.
I—CliauncyC. Bash, Redding.
B. O. Carr, St. Helena.
Wm. H. Parks, Marysville. .'
G ■•■ W. Sehell, Modesto. ' ..
i>— a in. Johnston, Scramento. '
Eii S. Dennison, Oakland.
David MeClure, San Francisco.
Charles F. Crocker, San Francisco.
—Adolph B. Spreckels, San Francisco.
Maurice C. Blake, San Francisco.
C —David C. Reed, San Diego.
Oregon Saunpers, A'isalia.
Augustus Brandegee, New London.
Frederick Miles, Chapinville.
Samuel E. Merwin. '!•.. New Haven.
John L. Houston, Thompsonville.
—Val. B. Chamberlain, New Britain.
Ralph P. Gilbert, Hebron.
—Luzernc I Munson, AVaterhury.
John 1.. Edmunds, Deep River.
—Eugene S. Boss, Willimautic.
Ira G. Briggs. Voluntown.
—Orsamus R. Filer, Torriugton.
Ebenezer J. Hill, Norwalk.
S. H. Elbert, Denver.
1;. F. Crowell, Colorado Springs.
AVm. A. llammill, Georgetown.
C. C. Davis, Leadville.
A. L. Emigh, Fort Collins.
Alex. Gullett, Gunnison.
Washington Hastings, Wilmington.
John Pilling, Newark.
George V. Massey, Dover.
Daniel I. Lay ton, Georgetown.
John H. Hoffecker, Smyrna.
W. J. Stewart, Seatord.
Dennis Eagan, Jacksonville.
Joseph E. Lee,' Jecksonville.
Jesse D. Cole, Monticcllo.
AVm. G. Stewart, Tallahassee.
I—Jamesl—James N. Coombs, Apalaehicola.
A. C. Lightborne, Quincy.
2—W. H. Chandler, Ocala.
John G. Long, St. Augustine.
A. K. Buck, Atlanta.
W. A. Pledger, Atlanta.
L. M. Pleasants, Savannah.
C. D. Forsythe, Rome.
1— N. Wilson. Savannah.
James Blue, Brunswick.
2—C. W. Arnold, Albany.
Cii-sar Few, Thomasville.
Elbert Head, Americus.
E. Seward Small, Eastman.
4—W. H. Johnson, Atlanta.
J. C. Beall, La Grange.
s—Johns—John E. Bryant, Atlanta.
W. D. Moore, Atlanta.
C— W. Brown, Macon.
P. O. Holt, Macon.
7—G. P. Burnett, Rome.
J. Q. Gassett, Cartersville.
B—Mark A. Wood, Madison.
Madison Davis, Athens.
9—W. T. B. Wilson, Atlanta.
James B. Gaston, Gainesville.
10— W. F. Holden, Augusta.
R. K. Wright, Augusta.
Shelby M. Cullom. Springfield.
John M. Hamilton, Bloomington.
Burton C. Cook, Chicago.
(lark E. Carr, Galesburg.
SI— J. L. Woodward, Chicago.
Abner Taylor, Chicago.
2—AY. H. Ruger, Chicago.
C. E. Piper, Chicago.
AY. S. Powell, Chicago.
W. E. Kent, Chicago.
3—George R. Davis. Chicago.
J. B. Wheeler, Chicago.
4 —Sam'l B. Raymond, Chicago.
1.. C. Collins, Jr., Norwood Park.
5— M. Kelly, Elgin. -
C. E. Fuller. Belvldere.
Norman Lewis, Thomson.
O. C. Town, Pecatonica.
7— I. G. Baldwin, Yorkville.
Henry T. Noble, Dixou.
8— W. AVillett, Yorkville.
A. J. Bell, Napierville.
9—S. T. Rogers, El Paso. .
Thomas Venuum, Watseka.
10— W. W. Wright, Toulon.
R. H. Whiting, Pcoria.
11—C. V. Chandler, Macomb.
C. A. Ballard, New-Boston.
12—A. C. Mathews, Pittsfield.
\V. \V. Berry, Quincy.
13— William Jayne, Springfield.
Dietrich C. Smith, Pekin.
14 — J. W. Filer, Bloomincton.
George G. lu>_-ham, Clinton.
—Chas. G. Eckhardt, Tuscola,
L. S. AVilcox, Champaign.
Charles Churchill, Albion.
Harrison Blach Marshall.
17 —John I. Rinaker, Carlinville
J. M. Truitt. Hillsboro.
IS—R. A. Hallbert. Belleville.
11. F. Renter. Nashville.
19 —T. S. Rideway, Shawneetown.
C. T. Stratton, Mt. Veruon.
20 —F. M. Simpson, Vienna.
ATni. McAdams, Chester.
■ INDIANA. , .
Richard AY. Thompson. Terre Haute.
Benjamin Harrison. Indianapolis.
John M. Baker, Geshen.
Morris McDonald, New Albany.
I—Jamesl—James C. Veatch, Rockport.
-— George G. Reilly. A'incinnes.
3-D. ML Alspaugh, Salem.
4—John O. Cravens, Osgood.
s—Josephs—Joseph I. Irwin. Columbus.
AY. A. Montgomery, Spencer.
6 —Chasles H. Burchenal, Richmond.
Joshua H. Mellett. New Castle.
7—L. T. Michener, Shelbyviile.
Henry C. Adams, Indianapolis.
B—AVilliam C, Smith, AVilliamsport.
AA'illiam R. McKeen-, Terre Haute.
9 —George B. Williams, La Fayette.
Amerieus C. Dailey, Lebanon.
10—Simon P. Thompson, Rensselaer.
George W. Holmag, Rochester.
11—James B. Kenner, Huntington.
Jonas Votaw, Portland.
12—Oscar S. Slinon, Fort AVayne.
Orville Carter, Angola.
13_j,, S eph D. Oliver, South Bend.
George Moon, Warsaw.
J. S. Clarkson, Dcs Moines.
W. G. Donnan, Imlepeudeuce.
.1. Y. Stone. Glen wood.
H. M. Hubbard, Cedar Rapids.
I—D. A. Morrison, Fort Madison.
Wm. Wilson, Jr., Washington.
2—John Hilsinger, Sabula.
W. T. Shaw. Anamosa.
:*—H. C. Hemenway, Cedar Falls.
W. 11. Norris, Manchester.
4—A. G. Stewart, Waukon.
O. H. Lyou, Roekford.
5—.). W. Willett, Tama City.
Merritt Green, Jr., Marshalltown.
O—H.0 —H. S. Window, Newton.
Calvin Manning, Ottumwa.
7—C. H. Gateh, Dcs Moines.
E. W. Weeks, Guthrie Centre.
B—W. 11. Christie, Chester.
W. W. Wilson, Osceola.
O—E.O—E. A. Consiguy, Avoca.
T. M. C. Logan, Logan.
10. R. S. Benson, Hampton.
C. C. T. Mason, Boone.
11— J. B. Funk, Spirit Lake.
J. D. Aiusworth,
P. Br Plumb, Washington, D. C.
J. B. Merritt, AYamego.
.1. A. Wood, Wellington.
A. W. Maun, Jewell City.
I—H.l — H. E. Insley, Leavenworth.
C. Lelaud, Troy.
2—R. Aikman, Fort Scott.
J. B. Root, Wyandotte.
3—George R. Peck, Topeka.
William Martindale, Madison.
4— W. Addy, Newton.
A. J. Hoisington, Great Bend.
5— E. Culp, Salina.
E. A. Berry, Marysville.
—J. R. Hallowell, Columbus.
W. P. Hackney, Win field.
—J. S. McDowell, Smith Centre.
At Large .
Walter Evans, Washington, D. C.
/ William O. Bradley, Lancaster.
William W. Culberson, Ashland.
John W. Lewis, Springfield.
Edwin Farley, Owensborough.
P. C. Bragg, MaySeld.
2 —J. Z. Moore, Oweusborough.
James J. Landis, Hopkinsville.
3—W. L. Hazslip, Glasgow June.
Allen Allensworth, Bowling Green.
4—G. P. JollyCloversport.
Edward Hilpp, Lebannon.
s—Silas F. Miller, Louisville.
John Mason Brown, Louisville.
—David N. Cominsrove, Covington.
James A. Seariott, Newport. .
William Cassius Goodloe, Lexington.
Richard P. Stoll Lexington.
S—Robert Boyd, London.
George Denny, Jr., Lancaster.
9 —George M. Thomas, Vanceburg.
T. S. Bradford, Augusta.
10—Andrew J. Auxier, Louisville.
J. C. Eversole, Hazard.
11— Q. A. Buckner, Greenburg.
11. G. Tremble. Somerset.
Win. P. Kellogg, Washington.
A. J. Dumont, New Orleans.
P. B. S. Piuchback, New Orleans.
A. S. Badger, New Orleans.
—W. B. Merchant, New Orleans.
R. F. Guichard, New Orleans;
—P. F. Heoning, New Orleans.
Henry Dem as, Edgar.
3—George Drury, Napoleonville. . \
L. A. Martinet, St. Martin.
4A. H. Leonard, Shreveport.
Win. Harper, Shreveport.
s—Franks—Frank Morev, Washington.
E. W. Wall,*Vidalia.
6—Louis J. Soner, Marksville.
Clifford Morgan, New Roads.. .
Josiah B. Drummond, Portland. ' "■''
George C. Wing, Auburn.
Joseph R. Bodwell, Hallowell.
Joseph S. Wheelright, Bangor.
I—Albion Little, Portland.
Charles B. Hussey, Biddeford.
2—Amos F. Crockett, Rockland.
Ruel B. Fuller, East Wilton.
3—J. Manchester Haynes, Augusta.
Andrew J. Wiswell. Augusta.
4 —Austin Harris, East Machias.
Elbridge A. Thompson, Dover.
Hart B. Holton, Washington, D. C.
Thomas Hudson, Cristield.
Lycurgus N. Phillips, Mechanicstown.
James Wallace, Cambridge. :;:^ ■•■"•.
Chas. T. Westcott, Chestertown.
James C. Mulliken, Easton.
2—John T. Ensor, Towson.
H. M. Clabaugh, Westminster.,,
3-D. Pinkney West, Baltimore. .' •' '
Wm. Coath, Baltimore.
4—James W. Jordan, Baltimore.
Henry W.*Rogers, Baltimore. . • : •
Lewis G. Martin, Baltimore.
W. C. Clay, Baltimore.
s—Jamess—James A Gary, Baltimore.
Wm. I). Green, Washington, D. C.
6—J. McPherson Scott, Hagerstown.
Geo. L. Wellington, Cumberland. : ■ • •
George F. Hoar, Worcester.
Wm. W. Crapo, New Bedford.
John D. Long, Hingham.
Henry Cabot Lodge, Nahant.
IJonathan Bourne, New Bedford.
Frank S. Stevens, Swansea.
2—Frank M. Ames, Canton.
Eben L. Ripley, Hingham.
3—Henry P. Kidder, Boston.
Edward L. Pierce, Milton. >
Jesse M. Gove, Boston.
Charles T. Gallagher, Boston.
—Ephraim Stearnes, Walthain. ;.«>■'■
John T. Andrew, Boston.
Amos F. Breed, Lynn.
Carroll D. right, Reading.
Edward H. Haskell, Gloucester.
George W. Catc, Amesbury.
S—Frederick T. Greenhalge, Lowell.
Andrew Or Stone, Lawrence.
—Joseph G. Ray, Lawrence,
f Robert R. Bishop, Newton.'
I—Williaml—William W. Rice, Worcester.
Theodore C. Bates, North Brookfield.
11—Chester C. Conant, Greenfield.
Rodney Wallace, Fitchburg.
12—Henry's. Hyde, Springfield.
Levi L. Brown, Adams.
Roswell G. Horr, Saginaw.
William M. Swift, Ishpeming. . ■
Samuel C. Watson, Detroit.
Julius C. Burrows, Kalamazoo.
I—Russell1 —Russell A. Algcr, Detroit.
W. S. Morey^Flat Rock.
2—W. A. Underwood, Adrian.
Joseph T. Jacobs, Ann Arbor.
3—Edward C. Nichols, Battle Creek.
William H. Powers, Hastings.
4— T. Reed, Cassopolis.
. Josiah Andrews, Paw Paw.
s—Georges—George W. Webber, lonia, -'
W.F. Thomas, Allegan.
—M. D. Chatterton, Mason.
J. E. Sawyer, Pontiac.
7—John B. Sanborn, Port Huron.
i R. B. Noble, Lexington.
B—W. S. Tuck, St Louis.
W. E. Watson, Bancroft
9—M. P. Gale, Big Rapids. , '
Abel Anderson, Muskegon.
10— H. H. Alpin, West Bay City.
George W. Bell", Cheboygan.
11— S. C.~Moffatt, Grand Traverse.' 1;V
S. M. Stevenson, Menominee. •
At-Large ■ ..-'- . . ■ -■•: .-.
Dwight M. Sabin, Washington. .
Cushraan K. Davis, St. Paul. . , .;.' • \
C 7 H. Graves, Duluth.
O. B. Gould, Winona.
I—Thomas H. Armstrong, Albert Lea. ;
C. H. Conky, Preston.: ' •
." 2—A. M. Crosby, Adrian. .:
' ,v r L. Z. Rogers, Waterville. ■ *%Ae •.';.'>>'
3— V. Caafleldj Zumbrota. :. / .}
THE ST. PAUL DAILY GLOBE. MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 2, 1884.
Liberty Hall, Glcncoe.
4—Robert B. Langdon, Minneapolis.
Stanford Newell, St. Paul.
s—Alphonsos—Alphonso Barto, Sauk Center.
Henry G. Page, Fergus Falls.
Blanche K. Bruce, AVashingtou, D. C.
James Hill, Jackson.
R. F. Beck, Vicksburg.
J, M. Bvuutn, Rienzi.
I—H. C. Powers, Starkville.
W. 11. Kennon, Columbus.
2 —John S. Burton, Holly Springs.
D. T. J. Matthews, Sardis.
3—W. H. Allen, Friar's Point.
Wesley Creighton, Vicksburg.
4—II. H. Harrington, West Point.
J. W. Longstreet, Maeon.
5—F. C. Granberry, Lexington.
William M. Hancock, Meridian.
6—John R. Lynch, Natchez.
C. A. Simpson, Scranton.
7—Thomas Richardson, Port Gibson.
John A. Galbreath, Jackson.
Robert T. Van Horn, Kansas City.
Harrison E. Havens, Springfield.
Benjamin M. Prentiss, Bethany.
John B. Henderson, St. Louis.
I—Robertl—Robert D. Creamer, Memphis.
James T. Barton, Hannibal.
2—Joseph H. Turner, Carrollton.
Alex. W. Mullens, Linneus.
3—lra B. Hyde, Princeton.
James EL Thomas, Plattsburg,
4r—Q. C. Hill, Oregon.
A. C. Daws, St. Joseph.
s—William5 —William Warner, Kansas City.
John B. Jones, Aullville.
G—Odon Guitar, Columbia.
Wm. S. Shirk, Sedalia.
7—M. J. Reynolds, Louisiana.
Theo. Brewer, St, Charles.
B—HenryB—Henry C. Never, St. Louis.
John C. Beusick, St. Louis.
9—Chauncey I. Filley, St. Louis.
Sames H. McLean, St. Louis.
10—Fred W. Mott, St. Louis.
Kossuth W. "Weber, Farmington.
11—Eben B. Sankey, Salem.
Edward Neuenhahn, Harrman.
12—Charles G. Burton, Nevada.
Wm. D. Tyler, Clinton.
13—Joseph B. Upton, Bolivar.
Norman Gibbs, Mount Vernon.
14—Alonzo' B. Carroll, dpe.Girardeau.
Byrd Dunkling, Poplar Bluffs.
John M. Thurston, Omaha.
Nathan S. Harwood, Lincoln.
John Jen son, Geneva.
George A. Brooks, Bazile Mills.
I—Eugenel—Eugene L. Reed, Weeping AVater.
Church Howe, Auburn.
2—AVm. T. Scott, York.
Geo. AY. Burton, Orleans.
3—Chas. P. Mathewson, Norfolk.
John H. McCall, Plum Creek.
At Large— .
C. C. Stevenson, Gold Hill.
M. D. Foley, Eureka.
J. D. Rand", Elko.
John E. Dixou, Tuscarora. '
S. L. Lee, Carson City.
A. tf. Blair, Pioche.
Charles H. Sawyer, Dover.
George H. Stowell, Claremont.
Edward H. Rollins, Concord.
Joseph B. Clark, Manchester.
I—Charles D. McDuflie, Manchester.
AA'arren Brown, Hampton Falls.
2—Frank D. Currier, Canaan.
Henry B. Atherton, Nashua.
AVilliam AA'alter Phelps, Teaneck.
AVilliam J. Sewell, Camden.
John J. Gardiuer, Atlantic City.
J. Frank Fort, Newark.
I—lsaacl—lsaac T. Nichols, Bridgeton.
Thomas. B. Harned, Camden.
2—AVilliam H. Skein, Trenton.
Mahlon Hutchinson, Bordeutown.
3—John AY. Herbert, AVickatuuk.
James R. English, Elizabeth.
4—John I. Blair, Blairstown.
AVilliam H. Long, Somerville.
s^AVilliam H. Howell, Morristown.
AVatts Crook, Paterson.
6—Herman Lehback, Newark.
AVilliam Riker, Newark.
7—James Gopsill, Jersey City.
JuLu Ramsey, Jersey City.
Theodore Roosevelt, New York.
Andrew D. White, Ithaca.
John I. Gilbert, Malone.
Edwin Packard, Brooklyn.
I—Geo.l—Geo. AVni. Curtis, West New Brighton.
John M. Crane, Jamaica.
2—E. H. Hobbs, 110 Kingston avenue,
S. B. Dutcher, Brooklyn.
3—A. D. Baird, Brooklyn.
G. L. Pease, Brooklyn.
4—AY. H. Beard, Brooklyn.
M. N. Day, Brooklyn.
3—C. D. Rinehart, Brooklyn.
G. C. Renuett, Brooklyn.
6—John J. O'Brien, New York.
John H. Brady, New York.
Geo. B. Deane, Sr., New York.
Frederick S. Gibbs, New York.
7—J. D. Lawson, New York.
Chas. N. Tainter, New York.
B—RobertB—Robert G. McCord, New York.
John Collins, New York.
9—John M. Patterson, New York.
Geo. Hillaird, New York.
10— B. Biglin, New York.
Michael Cregan, New York.
11—Anson G. McCook, AA'ashington, D. C.
J R. Lydecker, New York.
12— E. Stevenson, New York.
AVm. Dow, New York.
13— F. Raymon, New York.
J. A. Eagleson, New York.
14—AVm. Robertson, Katonah.
Jas. AY. Husted, Peekskill.
15—Benj. B. Odell, Newburg.
David J. Blauvett, Nyack.
IC—B. Platt Carpenter, Poughkeepsie.
Hamilton Fish, Jr., Garrisons.
17—Thomas Cornell, Roundout.
Duncan Ballantine, Andes.
18—Martin I. Townsend, Troy.
H. G. Burleigh, AVhilehal'l.
19—George Campbell, Cohoes.
Hiram Griggs, Knowersville.
Contestants—James Lamb, Chohoes.
James A. Houch, Albany.
20—George West, Ballston, Spa.
John Kellogg, Amsterdam.
21 —John Hammond, Crown Point.
George Chahoon, Ansable Forks.
22—Leslie AA'. Russell, Canton.
George A. Bagley, Watertown.
23—AY. E. Scripture, Rome.
A. M. Lanpher, Lowville.
24 —Howbart Kruin, Schoharie.
Titus Sheard, Little Falls.
25—Carroll E. Smith, Syracuse.
Henry L. Duguid. Syracuse.
26—Thos. C. Platt, Owego.
Milton Delano, Canastota.
27—D. M. Osborne, Auburn.
T. A. Yonmans, AVahvorth.
2S—Jeremiah AY Dwigbt, Dryden.
W r. L. Smith, Elmira.
29—George R. Bornwell, Perm Van.
Stephen T. Hoyt, Coming.
20 —Loonard Barrret, Spencerport.
11. H. AA'arner, Rochester.
31—James AA'. Wadsworth. Geneseo.
Edmucn L. Pitts, Medina.
32—James D. AA'arreu. Buffalo.
Josiah Jewett, Buffalo.
33—Gaorge Urban, Jr., Buffalo.
Lee R. Sanborn, Sanborn.
34—Norman M. Allen, Dayton.
Frank S. Smith, Angelica.
J. J.~Mott, Statesville.
W. S. Dockery, Mangum.
J. E. O'Hara, Washington. D. C.
l^J. B. Hill, Raleigh.
E. A. AVhite, Belvidere.
2—J. C. Daneey, Raleigh.
I. J. Young, Raleigh.
3—L. AA*. Humphrey, Goldsboro.
John S. Leary. Fayetteville.
4: —Charles D. Upchurch, Raleigh.
John AVilliam son, Louisburg.
s—Thomas5 —Thomas B. Keosh, Greensboro.
P. H. AVinslow,~Jr., Winston.
6—W. P. Bynum.
E. J. Pennybacher.
AVm. S. Dockery.
Geo. L. Mabson.
7—J. J. Mott.
A. S. Richardson.
S —AV. L. Pearson, Morgantown.
L. L. Green, Boone.
9—John B. Eaves, Rutherfordton
T. J. Candler, Ashville.
J. B. Foraker, Cincinnati.
AA'm. MeKiuley, Jr., Canton.
Mark A. Hanna, Cleveland.
AVm. H. AVest, Bellefontaine.
I—Benjaminl—Benjamin Eggleston, Cincinnati.
AVm. B. Smith, Cincinnati.
2—Amor Smith, Jr., Cincinnati.
Charles Fleischman, Cincinnati.
3—Hcurv L. Morey, Hamilton,
M. J.'AV. Hotter,Batavia.
4^—S. Craighead, Dayton.
A. R. Burkett, Troy.
s—Jamess—James S. Robinson, Kenton.
Joseph Morris, Lima.
6—Albert M. Pratt, Bryan.
J N. High, Napoleon.
7—R. AY. McMahon, Bowling Green.
AY. C. Lemert, Bucyrus.
B—Oscar T. Martin, Springfield.
G. M. Eichelberger.
9—Thomas E. Duncan, Mt. Gilead.
Johu F. Locke, London.
10—C. L. Luce, Toledo.
John B. Rice, Fremont.
11 —Alphonso Hart, Hillsborough.
Charles AY. Boyd, Levanna.
12—0. B. Gould, Portsmouth.
A. S. Bundy, AVellston.
13—C. D. Firestone, Columbus.
C. E. Groce, Circleville.
14 —AVilliam J. Shriver, New Lexington.
Austin AY. Vorhes, Pomeroy.
15— H. C. Van Voorhis, Zanesyille.
E. L. Lybargcr, Coshocton.
16 —E. G. Johnson, Elmvra.
W. L. Sewell, Mansfield.
17—Charles H. Baltzell, Bellaire.
M. R. Patterson, Cambridge.
18—C. H. Andrews, Youngstown.
William Monaghan, New Lisbon.
19 —E. L. Lampson, Jefferson.
J. O. Converse, Chardon.
20—A. L. Conger, Akron.
T. D. Loomis, Lodi.
21 —Edwin Cowles, Cleveland.
A. C. Hord, Cleveland.
Jos. N. Dolph, AVashington, D. C. ■
John T. A pperson, Oregon City.
W. J. McConnell, North Yam Hill.
John AY. Swift, Baker City.
A. G. Hovey. Eugene City.
O. M. Denny, Portland.
James McManes, Philadelphia.
Hamilton Disston, Philadelphia.
P. L. Kimberly, Sharon.
J. AY. Lee, Franklin.
Lewis Emery, Jr., Bradford.
AY. H. Jessup, Montrose.
I—Gen.H. H. Bingham, Philda.a
Wm. J. Pollock, Philada.
2—AY. R. Leeds, Philada.
D. H. Lane, Philada.
3—Samuel B. Gilpin, Philada.
Harry Hunter, Philada.
4—Alex. Crowe, Jr., Philadelphia.
W. E. Rowan, Philada.
s—John T. Thorn ps&n, Philada.
John Ruhl, Philada.
6—B. F. Fisher, Schuylkill.
Richard Young, Morton.
7—Robert M. Yardley, Doylestown.
J. P. Hale Jenkins, Norristown.
B—S.8 —S. R. Deppen, Robesonia Furnaces.
E. S. Ltvengood, Reading.
9—Edwin Reimhold, Marietta.
Lewis S. Hartman, Lancaster.
10—Samuel Thomas, Catasauqua.
AA rm. S. Kirkpatrick, Easton.
11 —Jas, Cruiksbank, Danville.
Jas. C. Brown, Bloomsburg.
12 —Hubbard B. Payne, AA'ilkesbarre.
Henry M. Boies, Scranton.
13— J. A.'M. Passmore, Pottsville.
J. Y. Sollenberger, Mahanoy City.
14^—Horace Brock, Lebanon.
Jacob H. AA'aguer, AVatsontown.
15 —F. F. Lyon, Barclay.
G. A. Grow, Glenwood.
16— E. G. Schieffelin, Stokesdale.
C. AA'. Hill, AVilliamsport.
17—Daniel J. Morrell, Johnstown.
Edward Scull, Somerset.
IS —John Stewart, Chambersburg.
S. E. Duffield, McConnellsburg.
19. —AA'm. H. Lanius, York.
Jacob A. Kintzmiller, Gettysburg.
20— E. A. Ervin, Curvrensville."
Thos. C. Thornton, Lewisburg.
21— J. EL Ewing, Uniontown.
John F. AVeutling, Greensburg.
22 —C. L. Magee, Pittsburg.
William Flynn, Pittsburg.
23—Thomas M." Bayne, Allegheny City.
E. M. Byers, Allegheny City.
24^—E. F. Acheson, AVashiugton.
John AA r. AVallace, Newcastle.
25— J. B Henderson, Brookville.
H. C. Howard, Indiana.
26— T. C. Cochran, Sheakleyville.
AY. H. H. Riddle, Butler.
27— E. W. Echols, Franklin.
Joseph Johnson, Erie.
Gorham P. Pomery, Providence.
Frank M. Bates. Pawtucket.
Ellery H. AA'ilson, Rurnford.
Daniel G. Littlefield, Central Falls.
I—AA'm.l—AA'm. A. Steadman, Newport.
John C. Barrington, Barrington.
2—Thomas C. Pe^kham, Coventry.
Albert L. Chester AVaverly.
Robert Smalls, Beaufort.
AY. N. Taft, Charleston.
E. M. Brayton, Columbia.
Samuel Lee, Sumter.
I—J.l—J. M. Freeman, Charleston.
E. H. AA'ebster, Orangeburg.
2—Paris Siinpkins, Edgefield.
S. E. Smith, Aiken.
3—E. F. Blodgett, Oconee.
R. AY. Boone, Newberry.
4—C. M, AA'ilder, Columbia.
Wilson Cook, Greenville.
5—C. C. McCoy, Chester.
E. H. Dibble, Kershaw.
6—E. H. Deas, Darlington.
T. D. Corbin, Charleston.
7—T. R. Johnson, Sumter.
AY. H. Thompson, Berkeley.
AY. P. Brownlow, Jonesborough.
L. C. Houk, Knoxville.
J. C. Napier, Nashville. . ,
T. F. Cassells, Memphis.
I—A.l—A. H. Pettibone, Greenville.
John AY. Brown. Rogersville.
2—AY. C. Chandler, Sevlerville.
W. C. Chumlea, Marysville.
3—H. F. Griscom, Chattanooga.
F. V. Brown, Jasper.
4—B. W. Burford, Carthage.
John Pruitt, Gallatin.
3—W. Y. Elliott, Murfresbore.
W. M. Ekin, Lewisburg.
6—H. L. AY. Cheatnam. Nashville.
R. J. Hadley, Nashville.
7 —A. M. Hughes, Jr., Columbia.
Richard Harris, Puiaski.
B—S.B—S. AY. Hawkins, Huntinston.
J. C. Watson, Jackson. "
9 - M. E. Bell, Dresden.
S. A. McElwee, Brownsville.
10 —Carter Harris, Memphis.
James H. Smith, Memphis.
C. C. Brinkley, Sherman.
Robert Seapp, Lagrange.
M. W. Cuney, Galveston.
Richard Allen, Houston.
I—R.l—R. J. Evans, Navasota.
2—A. Buckhardt. Anderson county.
H. L. Davis, Freestone county.
3—Webster Flanigan, Henderson.
Simon Bergt, Canton.
4—A. G. Mallory, Galveston.
Henry Carter, Jefferson.
5—Q. T. Lyons, Sherman.
R. S. Cleaves, Gainesville.
9— John S. Wftmer, Dallas.
J. C. Acker, Hillsboro.
. 7-=L. W. Eenfew, Brownsville. ->
M. R. Ferguson Rio irnond.
A. J. Rosenthal, Lugrauge.
9—Nathon Patton, Palestine.
Henry Blount, Brenhara.
10 —J. C. Degress, Austiu.
L. Hanschke, San Antonio.
11—P. Campbell, El Paso.
J. McConnel, Jacksboro.
Gregory Smith, St. Albans.
Redrield Proctor, Rutland.
Frederick Billings, AVoodstock.
Broughton D. Harris, Battleborough.
I—Alonzol—Alonzo B. Valentine, Bennington.
Henry Ballard, Burlington.
2 —B. Frank Fifield, Montpelier.
Truman C. Fletcher, St. Johusbury.
AVm. Mahone, Petersburg, AVash., D. C.
James D. Brady, Petersburg.
S. F. Blair, Richmond.
S. M. Yost, Staunton.
AY. H. Pleasants, Danville.
A. A. Dodson, Clarksville.
I—Duff Green, Falmouth.
L. R. Steward, AA'arsaw.
2 —Harry Libbey, AVashington, D. C.
Jordon Thompson. Suffolk.
3-N. C. Elam, Richmond.
J. Anderson Taylor, Richmond.
4—AY. E. Games, Burkevilla.
A. W. Harris, Petersburg.
5—AA rm. E. Sims, Chatham.
AVinfield Scott, Floyd C. H,
6—Jas. A. Frazier, Lexington.
J. M. MeLaughlin, Lynehburg.
• 7—L. S. AValker, AVoodstock.
J. L. Dunn, Nortonsville.
B—R, L. Mitchell, Alexandria.
Thomas G, Popham, Slate Mills.
9—H. C. AVood, Estillvillc.
D. F. Houston, Roanokc
John F. Dezendorf.
B. B. Botfs.
William C. AA rickham.
H. C. Parsons.
J. M. Dawson.
AA'illiam H. Lester.
I—S. H. Gresham. 6—J. B. AVork.
Nathanial Schroeder. Henry Clay.
2—J. Callahan. 7—A. M. Lawson.
John Carey. J. -W. Cochran.
3—Otis H. Russell. S—E. O. Hines.
Lazarus Bibb. AA". AY. AVilloughby.
4—B. F. AA'illiams. ' 9—C. C. Tompkins."
E. D. Scott. E. M. Rucker.
B. B. Dorener, Wheeling.
AVm. M. O. Dawson, Kingwood.
E. L. Buttrick, Charleston.
AVarren Miller, Rayenswood.
I—C. D. Thompson, AA'heeling.
T. B. Jacobs, New-Martinsville.
2—Lamar C. Powell, Fairmont.
Arnold C. Sherr, Maysville.
3—Neil Robinson, Coalburg.
J. W. Heavener, Buckhannon.
4 —B. J. Redmond, AVest Columbia.
M. C. C. Church, Parkersburg.
E. B. Broadhead, Milwaukee.
E. AV.,Keyes,- Madison.
Jonathan Bowman, Kilbourn City.
Thomas B. Scott, Grand Rapids.
1— A. Cooper, Racine.
J. W. Sayles, Janesville.
2—AY. T. Rammish, Juneau.
S. S. Barney, AVest End. .
—Calvin Spenseley, Mineral Point.
A. C. Dodge, Monroe. ;•.'.'
4—F. C. Winker, Milwaukee.
Edward Sanderson, Milwaukee.
5—J. H. Mead, Sheboysan.
C. E. Estabrook, Manitowoc. •
O—C. B. Clark, Neenah.
A. M. Kimball, Pine River.
—C. M. Butt, Viroqua.
O. F. Temple, Masston.
—Hoi ace A. Taylor, Hudson.
George B. Shaw, Eau Claire.
9 —Alexander Stewart, AVausau.
O. A. Ellis, Oconto.
Clark Churchill .Preston
A. XI. Stebbins Tombstone
AY. E. Nelson Yankton
J. L. Jolly Yaukton
DISTRICT OP COLUMBIA.
Frank B. Conger Washington
Perry H. Carson AVashington
D. P. B. Pride.... .......Boise City
AY. N. Shilling Blackfoo't
Wilbur F. Sounders Helena
Lee Mantle Butte
Eugenic Romero Las Vegas
W. 11. H. Llewellyn Lincoln
Eli H. Murray Salt Lake City
Nathan Kimball ; Osjdeii
:' /." ; WASniNGTOX.
John L. Wilson Spokane
George D. Hill ....Seattle
James France Kawlins
John W. Jleldrum Laramie City
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Bosanko's Cough and Lung Syrup. He gives
away a bottle free to • all who
are Buffering with coughs, ' colds,
asthma, consumption, and all affections oj
the throat and lungs.
Black bass fishing is very fine in the lakes
in this vicinity. County Surveyor Relf made
a catch one day this week of twenty-six, that
averaged ' three pounds each, the largest
weighed five ahd one-quarter pounds.
Register of Deeds McFadden, was "held
up" by a tramp on Wednesday night, while
returning from the Opera house accompanied
by his wife, Mrs. Mc's. screams frightened
the fellow off.
An Indian by name of Wi-wig-a-wain, was
naturalized this week by Clerk of Court Fra
ter. and took the name of John Wigwam.
Mr. Wigwam is a brother of Chief Sawbos
gung and proposes io take a homstead ad
joining the ' chief's 640 acres, which was
granted him by congress. Many others of
the "Mille Lacs" propose to follow J. Ws.
. Memorial day was celebrated here Yester
day, by the firing of cannon, and a grand
procession by the G. A. R.. and several
other orders, and also the four fire com
panies, all in uniform. The music was fur
nished by . the "Brainerd City band," the
finest in the northwest. '
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ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION.
A MEXDMENT Adopted the 19th day of April,
A 1884, of the Articles of Incorporation of The St.
Paul Globe Pkixtinc, C'ompaxy, a corporation in
corporated under the general laws of the State of
This is to certify that at the meeting of the stock
holders of the said The St, Paul Globe Printing Com
pany, held in the city of Saint Paul, in the State of
Minnesota, on the 19th day of April, 1884, a majority
In number and amount of the shareholders and shares
being present and represented, the following resolu
tion was duly voted upon, and thereon unanimously
adopted, namely: Resolved—That Article Fourth of
the articles of Incorporation of The St. Paul Globe
I lint Ing Company be amended, to read as fqllows:
Fourth, The highest amount of Indebtedness or lia
bility to -which this corporation shnll at any time be
subject, shall be fifty thoiunnd dollars.
In testimony whereof, the said corporation has
caused this certificate to be given, and the vice
president thereof, and also the secretary thereof have
subscribed the same in accordance with the statute
in such case "<v> le and provided.
P. H. XELLY, Vice-Prcsident. I Seal of )
H. P. HALL, Secretary. \ to. |
In presence of—
R. C. Goodino,
Geohge M. Stoxe.
STATE OF MINNESOTA, I
County of Ramsey. \
P. H. Kelly, of said county, and Harlan P. Hall be
ing duly sworn, doth say each for himself, that the
said P. H. Kelly for more than one year last paßt has
been and still Is the vice-president of The Saint Paul
Globe Printing Company, a corporation incorporated
under the general laws of the State of Minnesota,
and that the said Harlan P. Hall has been during the
same time and Is the secretary of said corporation,
;uid that the foregoing certitlcnte by said vice-Dresi
dent and secretary subscribed Is true.
That the said certificate states the time when and
the respects in which the articles of Incorporation of
The Saint Paul Globe Printing Company were amend
ed at the meeting of the stockholders, which was held
at the time and place therein mentioned, and that the
said amendment was unanimously adopted at said
meeting of the stockholders, and by a full majority
vote In number and amount of the shareholders and
shares, and that said meeting of stockholders was
duly called and convened by due notice, and that the
said P. H. Kelly as such vice-president, and the said
Harlan P. Hall as such secretary, and under the stat
ute In such case made and provided, have subscribed
their names to the said certificate, and the seal affixed
to said Instrument Is the corporate seal of said corpo
ration, and also, that said P. H. Kelly, as vice-presi
dent, and the said Harlan P. Hall as secretary, ack
nowledged the said Instrument to be the free act and
deed of said corporation.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 22d day of
( Notarial I GEORGE M, STONE,
1 seal, f Notary Public, Ramsey Co., Minn
P. H. KELLY, Vice-President
H. P. HALL, Secretary.
Witness—R. C. Goodixg,
George M Stoxe.
STATE OF MINNESOTA, 1
I hereby certify that the within instrument was
filed for record In this office on the 26th day of April,
A. D. 1884, at 3 o'clock p. m. and was duly recorded
In Book "J" of Incorporations, on pages 475 and 476
[Seal]. FRED YON BAUMBACH,
Secretary of State.
STATE OF MINNESOTA, I
County of Ramsey. f
Office of the Register of Deeds.
This is to certify that the within instrument was
filed for record in this office, at St. Paul, on the 6th
day of May, A. D. 1884, at 8:25 o'clock p. m., and
that the same was duly recorded in Book B of Incor
porations, pages 550 and 551.
[Seal.] B. C. WILEY,
154-160 Register of Deeds.
CTATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF RAMSEY
yJ ss. In Probate Court, special term. May 24,1884
In the matter of the estate of Fannie A. Merrill, de
Whereas, an Instrument In writing, purporting to
be the last will and testament of Fannie A. Merrill
deceased, late of said county, has been delivered to
And whereas, John L. Merrill has filed there
with his petition, representing among other thin"3
that said Fannie A. Merrill died in said county on
the 19th day of May, 1884, testate, and that said
petitioner Is the sole executor named In said last
will and testament, and praying that the said Instrn
ment may be admitted to probate, and that letters
testamentary be to him Issued thereon;
It Is ordered, that the proofs of said instrument
and the said petition, be heard before this court at
the Probate office in said county, on the 19th day of
June, A. D. 1884, at ten o-clock in the forenoon,
when all concerned may appear and contest the pro
bate of said instrument:
And It Is further ordered, that public notice of the
time and place of said hearing be given" to all persons
interested, by publication of these orders for three
weeks successively previous to said day of hearing
to the Dally Globe, a newspaper printed and Dub!
lished at Saint Paul In said county.
By the Court, ATM. B. McGROETT
rt.B.] Jadge of Probate.
Attest: Fbass Eobeet, Jr., Clerk. may26-iw-moa
Default having been made In the payment of the
sum of uiiu huudred aud tliiy-eeven dollars and
eighty-eight cunts which Is claimed to be due at
the date of this notice upon a certain mortgage,
duly executed and delivered >>y TVUUtm T. Farwell
to Herman Gveve, Frank B. Clurkc and Annol Oppun
helm, bearing iluto the twelfth day of February. A.
I). 1883, and duly recorded In the ofllce of the Regis
ter of Deeds in and for the county of Baineey and
state of Minnesota, on the 29th day of May, A. D. 1883,
at 1:45 o'clock p. m., in Book 77 of Mortgages, on
page 558, and no action or proceeding at law or other
wise having been instituted to recover the debt se
cured by said mortgage, or any part thereof;
Now therefore, notice Is hereby given, that by
virtue of a power of sale contained In said mortgage
and pursuant to the statute In such case made and
provided, the said mortgage will be foreclosed, and
the premises described In and covered by said mort
gage, viz: All that tract or parcel of land, lying and
being In the county of Kamsey and State of Minneso
ta, described as follows, to-wlt: Lot three (S) In
block twenty (20) of Summit Park Addition to Saint
I'aul, according to the recorded plut thereof on file in
the office of the Register of Deeds in and for
Bald county, with the hereditaments and appurte
nances, will be sold at public auction, to the highest
bidder for cash, to pay said 'lebt and intereßt, and the
taxes, if any, on said premises, and twenty-nve dol
lars attorney's fees, as stipulated inatdby said mort
gage in case of foreclosure, and the disbursements al
lowed by law; which sale will be made by the sheriff
of Bald Ramsey county, at the west door of the
county jail In the city of Saint Paul In said county
and state, on the 16th day of July, A. D. 18H4, at 10
o'clock a. m. of that day, subject to redemption at
any time within one year from the day of sale, as
provided by law.
Dated May 31st, A. D. 1884.
FRANK B. CLARKE'
. ANSEL OPPENHEIM,
■VVaekee <fc Stevess, Attorneys of Mortgagees.
Notice to Creditors.
State of Minnesota, County of Ramsey—ss. In Pro
bate court, special term, May 31, 1884.
In the matter of the estate of Michael Skelly, de-
Notice la hereby given that the Judge of Probate
of the couuty of Ramsey, will upon the lirst Monday of
the mown of August, A. D. 1884, at ten o'clock a. m.,
receive, hear, examine and adjust all claims and de
mands of all persons agSinat said deceased; and that
six months from and after the date hereof have been
allowed and limited for creditors to present their
claims against said estate, at the expiration of which
time all claims not presented or not proven to Its
satisfaction, shall be forever barred, unless for good
cause shown further time be allowed.
By the Court,
[1.-S.J -WM. B. McGRORTT,
Judge of Probate.
Hexet B. Faewell and Patkick Egaj.% Adminis
QTATE OF MINNESOTA; COUNTY OF RAMSEY
The State of Minnesota to Michael McAndrews, de
You are hereby summoned to be and appear before
the undersigned, one of the Justices of the Peace In
and for said count}-, on the sixth day of June,
18S4, at 9 o'clock In the forenoon, at my office
In the city of St. Paul in said county, to answer to
John W. Griggs, Jr., and Edwin W. L>ike, partners as
Griggs & Co., in a civil action.
Should you fail to appear at the time and place
aforesaid, judgment will be rendered against you
upon the evidence adduced by said Griggs It Co., for
such sum as he shall show himself entitled to.
Given under my hand this Ist day of May. A. D.
1884. S. V. HANFT,
myl9-3w-mo Justice of the Peace.
Notice to Creditors.
State of Minnesota, County of Kamsey— bs. In Pro
bate Court, Special Term, May 16th, 1534.
In the matter of the estate of Augustus Chupron, de
Notice is hereby given that the Judge of Probate
of the County of Harasey, wil), upon the llrst Monday
of the month of July, A. D. 1884, at ten o'clock a.m.,
receive, hear, examine and adjust all claims and de
mands of all persons against said deceased; aud that
six months from and after the date hereof have been
allowed and limited for creditors to present their
claims against said estate, at the expiration of which
time all claims not presented or not proven to its sat
isfaction, shall be forever barred, unless for good
cause shown further time be allowed.
By the Court,
[l»s.] WM. B. McGRORTT.
Judge of Probate.
A. C. Elliott, Administrator of said estate.
Notice to Creditors.
State of Minnesota. County of Ramsey, ss. In Pro
bate Court, special term. May 23. 18S4.
In the matter of the estate of Phellx PeEoqnin,
Notice is hereby given that the Judge of Prohateof
the county of Ramsey, will upon the lirst Monday, of
the month of September, A. D. 18S4, at
ten o'clock a. m., receive, hear, examine,
and adjust, all claims and demands of nil
persons against said deceased; and that six months
from and after tiic date hereof have bei-n allowed aud
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, Wh. B. McGRORTY.
Cl.s] Judge of I'roUte.
Elise Pelloquix, Executrix.
Jxo, B. Oliviek, Attorney for Executrix.
Grading Locust Street.
Office of the Board of Public Works, )
City of St. Paul, Minn, May 28, 1884. j
Sealed bids will be received by toe Board of
Public works in and for the corporation of the
City of St. Paul, Minnesota, at their office, in
said city, until 12 m. on the 9th day o£ j/ne, A.
D. 1884, for the grading of Locust street,
from Fourth (4th) street to Seventh (7tu) street
in said city, according to plans and specilications
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 taid Board reserves the right to reject any
or all bids.
JOHN FARRIXGTON, President.
Official: R. L. Gormax,
Cork Board of Public Works. 150-100
Sewer on Western Avenue.
Office of the Boaud of Public Works, )
City of St. Paul, Minn., May 28th 1884. f
" Sealed bids will be received by the Board of
Public Works in and for the corporation of the
city of St. Paul, Minnesota, at their office in said
city until 12 m. on the 9th day of June, A. D.
1884, for the construction of a sewer on Western
avenue, from Seventh (7th) street to a point 40
feet south of the south line of Yon 51 hide street,
in said city, together with the necessary catch
basins and manholes, according jto plans and '
specifications on 91e in the office of said Board, i
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 FARRIKGTON, President.
Official ,'■■■«•..• .
,R. L. Gorman, Clerk Board of Public Works.
150-160 ;•-•.;-;... :-• ••■■•
Assessment for Opening, Winning and
Extension of Front street,
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Office of the Board of Public Works, ) "
City of St. Paul, Minn, May, 29, 1884. )
The Board of Public Works, in and for the cor
poration of the city of St. Paul, Minnesota, • will
meet at their office in said city at 2 p m on
the 16th day of June, A. D. 1884, to make an
assessment of benefits, damages, . costs and ex
penses arising from the opening, widening • and
extension of Front street, from its present'ter
minus at old Como road east to Como avenue in
said city, on the property on the line of said
opening, widening and extension, and on such
other property as may be deemed benefited or
damaged thereby. .••■/..' ■ .
The land necessary to be condemned and taken
for said opening, widening and extension is de
scribed as follows, to-wit: All that miscellane
ous piece of land included within the lines of
Front street in east half of section r twenty-six
(26), town twenty-nine (29), range twenty-three
(23), produced east to Como avenue, in the city
of St. Paul, Minnesota.
All persons interested are hereby notified to be
present at said time and place of making said as
sessment and will be heard. -
JOHN FARRIXGTON, President.
K. L. Gobmax, Clerk Board of Public Works
151-154. . . ;■;
DISTRICT COURT, SECOND DISTRICT, RAM
sey County, Minnesota. . •
Martin Delaney against Robert A. Smith and others.
It appearing that there Is now In the hands of the
Receiver appointed by this court In the above enti
tled action, certain moneys in the distribution where
of the creditors of E. P.. George, as surviving partner
of the linn of Gilbert Dutcher, and of the firm of E.
R. George, and of E. R. George, have some claim or
Interest; ■•■-.'. ..--■■-. ■■■
«lt tßhhere^ or, de™?' that a» of «uch creditors ex
cept the parties to this action and the estate of George
Cclver deceased, file their claims as such creditors
with the. clerk of this court, on or before June 15! h,
1884, or lie forever barred of any claim or demand on
Cinu n ff Dm?nl. O.ct aion. fnnd: * -be «~7ered bythe
_- It Is further ordered, that notice of this order be
given by publishing the same dally, in the St Paul
Globe, a newspaper published In said county, until
the said fifteenth day of June, A. D. 1884, .ommenc
ing on the 12th day of May, A. D. 1884 ' "■"""•"»•
Special Term, May 10, 1884. .. :: -.. .:.:.. . , :
112 1B« '■>■'■ ' - -•'•ORLANDO SIMjDNS,- / '
132-168 ..; . . . • . i^uict Judge.; •
CHANGE OF GRADE.
CHANGE OF STREET GRADE.
• City Clekk's Office, )
St. Paul, May 21, 1884. f
Notice Is hereby given that the Common Coun
cil of the City of St. Paul will, at their meeting to
be held on Tuesday, the Ist day of July, A. D.
1884, at 7:30 o'clock p. m., at the Council Cham
ber in the City Hall, order a change on the fol
lowing street between the points named, viz:
Minnehaha Street from Seventh
to Burr Streets,
In accordance with and as indicated by tho
blue line on the profile thereof, and-as reported
upon as being necessary and proper by the Board
of Public Works, under date of March 31, 1884,
which said report was adopted by the Common
Council at their meeting held on May loth, losl.
The profiles indicating the proposed change ara
on file and can be seen at this office.
By order of the Common Council.
Tbos. A. Pbe.ndebgast, City Clerk.
May 22 Thu & Sat 5w
CHANGE OF STEET GRADE.
City Clerk's Office, }
St. Paul, Minn., May 13, 1884. \
Notice is hereby given that the Common Coun
cil of the Oky of St. Paul will at their meeting
to be held on-Tuesday, the 17th day of June, A.
D. 1884, at 7:30 o'clock p. m., at the council
chamber in the City Hall, order a change of gruds
From Ohio street to the western terminus of the
established grade on said avenue, in accordance
with and as indicated by the red line ' on the pro
file thereof, and as reported upon -as being nec
essary and proper by the Board of Public Works
under date of April 28, 1884, which said report
was adopted by the Common Council of this city, j
at their meeting held on Bth inst.
The profile indicating the proposed change is '
on file aud can be seen at this office.
By order of Common Council.
- Thos. A. Pbejtdeegast, City Cleric i
May 14 wed&sat-4w
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(Official Publication.) ■'.. 'i
Vacation of that portion of HighM'
Park- addition, including the
Park, together with the alley
on the north, also the one on
the west sides thereof, together with
a portion of Fairmont place and
St. Allans street.
Citr Clerk's Office, )
St. Paul, Minn., May 16th, 1884, j
Whereas, A petition has been filed in this
office, by order of the Common Council of the
City of St, Paul, as provided by law, asking for
the vacation of that part and portion of High
land Park addition to St. Paul, and described as
follows in said petition,' viz: - "Said . park, to
gether with the alleys on the north and west
sides thereof, and all that. part of Fairmount
place, (so called) as lays south of the north line
'the alley running along the northiide of said
park, and all that part of St. Albana street, as,
lays northwesterly" of- the intersection- of said
Farimount street with said St. Albans- street,"
according to the plat of said addition -on file in
the office of the Register of Seeds, in and for
the County of Ramsey, Minn., and in lieu there-,
of to receive and j accept the same quantity of
land for a park in block 7, of said j addition, for '
which a deed thereof has been executed and sub- j
mitted with said petition. Said petitioners and !
conveyancers named . aforesaid, state that they j
are the owners in fee of all of said property in- i
eluded in said petition and deed.
Now, therefore, Notice is hereby given, that
said petition will be heard and considered,by the
Common Council of the City of Saint Paul, or a
committee to be appointed by said. Council, on:
the first Tuesday nf July, 1884, being the first
day thereof, at '"■ o o'clock p. m., at the Conn
cil chamber in the city hall.
I By order of the Common Council;
TUOS. A. PREXDEBGAST, City.'Clerk.
may IT, Q-w, sat.
ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION.
CERTIFICATE OF AMENDMENTS •
■;..: j&loO' THE
Articles of Association of the "St. Paul
- "We, the Undersigned, the President and Secretary
of the "St, Paul Foundry Company," do hereby cer
tify that at a meeting of the stockholders of said cor
poration, held at the office of A. H. Bode, - Esq., In
the city of St. Paul, Minnesota; on Saturday, March.
22, 1834, at four o'clock, p. m., due notice of which,
said meeting was given by publication as required by
the by-laws of said corporation, and winch said notice
stated that the object of said meeting would be the
consideration of certain proposed amendments to tho
articles of association of said corporation, and at
which meeting there was present a majority in num
ber and amount, of the shareholders, and ares, they
did then and there adopt by the unanimous vote of
the said majority In number and amounts of the said
shareholders and shares of said corporation, the fol
lowing articles, specifying amendments to the said
articles of association, that Is to say:
First—Resolved, that the third subdivision of the
articles of association of this company, which bear
date March 10, 1833, and as filed and recorded, be
amended so as to read: ■
Third—The amount of capital stock ot said cor
poration shall be one hundred and fifty thousand
(8150,000) dollars, and shall be paid in pro-rata as
sessments on the stock, as called for by resolution
of the Directors.
, Second—Resolved, that the seventh subdivision of
said articles of association be amended so as>to read:
'Seventh — capital stock of said corporation,
shall be divided into three thousand (3,0U0) shares
of fifty (SSO) dollars per share.
Resolved, that a certificate of Bald •amend
ments be prepared, subscribed and sworn to | by tha
proper officers, and filed, published and recorded as
required by law.
. Witness our hands and the seal of said c orpora
tlon, at St. Paul, this 31st day of !March
A. D., 1884.
I Seal of I HENRY P. TJPHAM, ISeal.l
1 Co. J President,
CHARLES M. POWEE, 1£ JSeal.]
- Severally subscribed and sworn to before me*' this,
31st day of March, 1334.
GEO: W. JAMES, - j
[Notarial seal.] ' Notary Public. ■
STATE OF MINNESOTA, I '
Department of State. j
• I hereby certify that the witiitn Instrument was
Hied for record in this office, on the 29th day of
May, A. D. 1884, at 11 o'clock a. m., and was duly
recorded In Book J of Incorporations, on page 576*
FEED YON RAUMBACH,
i . -j. ■ j/.;■: Secretary of State. \
STATE OF MINNESOTA, I .' \
COUXTY OF RaMSET, j . . •
■. ■ • - • Office of Reqtstzr/of Dims.
This is to certify that the within Instrument wa9
filed for record In this office, at Saint Paul, on the 23d
day of April, A. D. 1884, at 3,o'cloctc p. m., and
that the same was duly recorded In Bout Cof incor
porations page* 18 and 9. ■;.-■•■■
. E. C./WILEY, 1
151-153 . Register of Deeds. ;
CHANGE OF STREET GRADE..--
Mississippi Street.; %.
City Clerk's OWice, ) '
! St. Paul, Minn., May 13,1884. f ■■ -1
: Notice Is hereby given that the Common Conn-]
cil of the. City of ' Saint Paul* will at their'
meeting to be held on . Tuesday the 17th day of
June, A, I). 1884, at 7:30 o'clock p. m., at tha
Council Chamber in the City Hail, order a change <
of grade on ;
MISSISSIPPI STREET. 1
From Pennsylvania Avenue to
.' Mmnehaha Street, j
In accordance with, and as indicated by tha,
"dotted red . line" ..: on ,;: the profile thereof,
and as ' reported upon as. being - necessary)
and proper by the ' Board ■ of Public < Works of.
said city of date January 25th, 1884, and adhered'
to in a further report dated April I. 14th, A. D,. ■
1884, ' which . said : report i: was adopted
by the Common Council of this city ■" at ■ their,
meetings held on January 35, 1884 < and. May 8. '■
1884. ;■ - • - ... V-- ■■..■ .■;;. ■..;.-.•-,.- ,f ;
" The profile, indicating the proposed change i
is - on file and can be seen at this office.
By order of Common Council. ' ■ :
. : Thos. A. Pbesdebcast, City Cleric .a
;.-/ mayl4wedisat-4w. ',,' : ■.:'
; GEORGE W. GETTY,
ROWBOATS AND OARS FOR SALE. ;
WSJJXBBBAB, ■ - -„. .. -JGESS..