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OFFICE— C Washington Avenue, opposite
Nicollet house. Office hours from oa. m. to 10
The Knights open at the Grand to-night in
It is reported that vandals are defacing
shade trees in the vicinity of Tenth street
and Chicago avenue.
The Minneapolis Woman's Suffrage asso
ciation meets to-morrow afternoon at 4S
South Eighth street.
□M m.'Andas was brought in from Corcoran
yesterday, to serve a ten days' sentence in
jail for assault aud battery."
The fire at the residence of David Lang
don. Ninth avenue south, early yesterday
morning caused little or no damage.
Twenty-seven real estate transfers were
yesterday recorded in the office of the regis
ter of deeds, amounting to *?3.,754.
Geo. Monroe, employed in an East side
shingle mill, lost the tips of his fingers of his
left hand by a jointer yesterday morning.
Capt. c. E. Babb, department commander,
*■• A. X., has received applications for char
ters for posts at Minnesota Lake and Plain
The rebate tax on cigars and tobacco has
been received, and will be disbursed to the
proper persons by Deputy Collector Chas. H.
The paving of "lock-up" alley was com
pleted yesterday, The paving of Second
street will be finished to-day. All things
have and cud it seems.
1-- -V. Maude 11, the paper hanger, reported
in the Globe as arrested Tuesday night for
stealing $1.50 Was discharged yesterday, no
one complaining against him. :
Wm. Narlin assaulted Peter Newberg at
the hitter's boarding house, 217 Sixth avenue
north, yesterday morning. The assault arose
from a dispute over a board bill.
The prizes to be awarded successful com
petitors at the AtheleUc club's field sports at
the base ball park Saturday afternoon, can
be seen in the show window of Elliot, the
Detectives Hanf.inson ami Quinlan left
yesterday afternoon for J Henderson, having
in charge the burglars Murphy and Fox,
where they vyll be delivered up "to the au
thorities there. '
The business men of Nicollet avenue
should take hold of the proposed decoration
in honor of the state music festival with a
will. All desiring decorations will be furn
ished with them:
The suit brought by John Berg against
Frank Shut*,- to recover §355 for money lost
by gambling in Shaw's rooms, was settled
yesterday in the district court by judgment
being ordered for the plaintiff for the full
amount by the consent of the defendeut.
A tramp made his appearance on South
Twelfth street, between IXicollet aud First
avenue, a day or two since, and made him
self disgustingly conspicuous by exposing his
person to the women ami children of the
neighborhood. No polio, were within sight.
Susan L. Burke yesterday commenced ac
tion for divorce, alimony, and possession of
children against, Theo. J). Burke, her hus
band, whom she left in April, IS7S, for cru
elty. Since then he hai* contributed neither
to the support of herseh.' nor their children.
Marriage licenses were issued yesterday by
the clerk of the district court to J. 11.
Wansley and Kate McCann, J. 11. Barr and
KateL. Kennedy., Wm. H. Hibbert and
Emma J. Henderson, Gustav Jenuereh and
Bertha glitz, Win.. Smidel and Josephine
Health Officer.- Quinby reports for the
mouth of May r. total of 121 deaths as against
SS for the month previous. The causes of
death were as follows: Diphtheria, 11; pneu
monia, 'J; typhoid pneumonia, 2; consump
tion, 19; meningitis, 4; cerebro-Spinal men
ingitis, 4; h.a./, disease, 6; scarlet fever, 2;
The horses aj Cached to a hack belonging to
Frank Varney took fright at the Manitoba
depot last ever dug and ran away. At the
corner of Secc ,d avenue and Third street
one of the ha ree struck a post in such a way
as to break i. s back, necessitating the killing
of the animal. The horse was valued at
The duty -o t " a patrolman to break block
ades on the streets is almost paramount,
yet when or Acer James J. Smith patrols his
beat, if the je happens to be many people on
the street a blockade is inevitable, so broad,
so long a'ad so ponderous are those new cow
hide " brogans" which some shoe architect
with'immeasurable patience has erected for
'aim . :"-;•; - - ...
Nicollet avenue, from Bridge square to
Seventh street, is to be profusely decorated
in honor of the state music festival, and
Christine Nilsson. Flags of the United
Stages, Sweden, Norway and Germany will
be displayed prominently. Banners will al
so be hung, on which will be portraits of the
artist and composers of the music to be ren
dered at the festival. The work of decoration
will begin to-morrow.
The promotion of Officer Quinlan to the
full rank of detective last evening by the
mayor is a matter of public congratulation
as well as a just recognition of an efficient
and worth officer. Mike Quinlan has proved
himself to be a shrewd and valiant officer,
and during the few brief weeks in which be
has been detailed for special service he has
detected and arrested a large number of the
dangerous class which threaten the lives of
our city as well as the destruction and loss of
Corporations, like large bodies, move with
proverbial slowness, but in view of the num
erous runaways, many of them with almost
fatal results which have recently occurred in
this city, it is high time some quick ft.
were being taken to put an end to sue,'.i
events, caused in most cases by carelessness.
No team, no horse, however gentle or how
ever tractable, should be left a single ine
nient unfastened, and if an example was
made of one or more of , the derelict it would
undoubtedly have a beneficial result.
The Tribune and Pioneer Press, in their re
spective reports of the Mendelssohn concert,
mention the performance of Herr Schubert
on the oboe, the former saying "this most
difficult instrument was handled in a master
ly manner, and it is quite certain that he has
few if any peers as an oboe soloist iv the
country.'" Now, the fact is, . owing to the
non-arrival of Herr Schubert's music he did
not appear at all as a soloist, his place being
filled by a member of the orchestra with a
solo on the clarionet. The reporters of the
Tribune and Press must have written their
notices prior to the engagement, and with
out having been present at the concert in
"Man's inhumanity to man' makes count
less thousands mourn," and if the particu
lars reported to the police are correct, an
event took place* in this oily last evening
which shows about as complete ,an absence
Of sympathy -(or the sufferings of other, as !
could well be imagined. A woman -who had
been washing for the family of 11. P. Chase
the wood dealer, at the corner of Sixth
avenue south and Seventeenth street, was
seized about fiv- e o'clock with ' th
pangs of childbir-j,. As she -„.„. unmarried
it was under* stood that the chUd . woula
be illegitimate. Instea d of making the suf
fering wor jan as comfortable as possible,
these r.eople compelled her to leave the
house. The woman started to walk to her
"on-'o and got as far as Tenth street when
J*' i fell to the ground in agony. Her screams
'" r Out-lit assistance and a doctor was . procur-.,
'.-d and the woman -relieved of. a ' child on'
'the side walk. The patrol wagon was . sum
moned and she was taken to - the Bethany
home where she will secure proper attention.
It is stated that the woman had been en- !
ciente- for only six months and the birth was ,
premature,not.wi_hstanding the doctor thinks '
the child will live. 1. The ;!. brutality of forcing
the woman out in the street in her condition
arouses a great deal of hot indignation^ and j
It is to be hoped, however, in the name of
common humanity that there is another side
to the , story which will put a different . face
upon what looks like an outrageous piece of
inhumanity. '. ...
THE CITY SOLON'S.
The Meeting of The City Council Held Las
" . Evening. ■■
The city council transacted business at its
last night's session with President Clark in
the chair, and the twelve alderman present
a fair quorum as follows:
The mayor contributed his congratulations
at the dieision of the supreme court upon the
saloon question, and made a-review of the
decision, which was published in full In yes
terday's • Globe. . The mayor also
stated that the city counci
of Minneapolis was the first in the country
to establish a patrol, district, and he was
proud of the Intelligence and sagacity of the
alderman, or something to that effect.. He
recommended amendment to the ordinance,
and stated that the present ordinance was so
impracticable that it must from necessity
become a dead letter upon the statute books.
He asked that the ordinance be so ainiuend
ed that the municipal court may
cither fine or imprison ,' for
offences against the provisions of the ordin
ance. He also recommended that the word
"adjacent," where j it; occurs iv relation to
the permanent theatres, be eliminated, (in
the interests of J. Bauman.) ' The' matter
was referred to the committee on license. A
number of special policemen were appointed
The mayor further communicated the fa.t
that he had promoted Michael Quinlan to full
rank of detective. ; Confirmed.
The following new patrolmen, in addition
to the old force was aspoiuted by Mayor
Piilsbury and confirmed by the council:
Ole Gustafson, Robert Laughlin, James
McCollough, Thomas McNamara, Clarence
A. Loenvengy, Thos. J. Kelly, W. A. Doug
las, Fred Nealorn, John Esc'h, Peter Mater
The petition of Judge Smith again of
fering to establish a gas" works in Minne
apolis and furnish a good quality of gas at
$2.00 per 1,000, was referred to the com
mittee on gas.'
lAn ordinance amending the. American
District Telegraph company ordinanceveasre
ferred to the committee oil fire department.
W. M. Braekett presented a long com
munication proposing to contract to -place in
good opera*jnn a public telegraph alarm
system saiMis in use in all other large
cities, whicTrhe propose to devide into four
districts,he to furnish all the wires and appa
ratus at an annual rental of $20 for each
box used. •' Referred to the committe on
Elder L. M. Stewart presented a prayer for
the preservation of the trees in front of his
residence opposite the Clark house. Referred
to the alderman of the Fourth ward and com
mittee on street grades and additions.
A. E. Avers was appointed ''dog killer."
REPORTS OF CITY OFFICERS.
Engineer Riuker submitted a budget of
proposals for street grading.
Charles Mayer was awarded the contract
for grading Twelfth avenue north from
Fourth to Tenth streets at 12)£ cents per
yard. 7 7.'.:
The monthly budget of claims as presented
by the committee were ordered paid, with the
exception of the pay roll for the First ward,
v.iii<'h was withdrawn from the budget by
Aid. Glenn. Aid. Com stock, being prompted
by Aid. Johnson, sprang to his feet and
moved that the pay roll withdrawn be paid.
Aid. Glenn explained aud protested against
such a motion. In common courtesy he
should be accorded opportunity to make an
investigation. The amount of the budget,
about .**_r>,oo(_, lie considered extortionate.
Alter some considerable talk the motion was
withdrawn, aud the matter was refer
red to the alderman of the
First ward with instructions to
report at the present meeting.
An ordinance amending the ordinance li
censing the vending of liquors was|p_aecd on
it.« first reading. The ordinance was solely
devoted to the "active patrol", district. Aid.
Coolcy moved to refer the ordinance to the
committee on ordinance with instructions to
report it back the present evening with an
amendment, leaving the matter of both fine*
and imprisonment in case of violations of
the ordinance to the discretion of the court.
A free lecense was granted Mrs. Guimont,
a widow boarding house keeper. '
The pay roll for tbe Frst ward was then
taken up and warrants ordered _rawn all
present voting in the affirmative except Aid.
Glenn and Hashaw.
The canal at the mills was ordered tempo
rarily repaired, at the motion 'of the commit
tee on roads and bridges. •
The following plats of additions to the city
Franklin avenue addition.
Potter & Thompson's addition. •' '
Marshall street addition.
The committee, on gas reported back the.
matter of the electric light contracts, and
recommended that a contract be. awarded to
the Brush Electric Lfcht company for li.<-ht- '
ing the mast at $4,00. per annum, and' 70
cents per night for each electric street larr.n
used. Adopted. ..'
Several sewers -were ordered laid.
The sum of f,'7(; was set aside for the
Bethany Howe fund.
The house movers.' bonds were approved.
Tin-, c'jtunifttL-.'. 'on license reported back
the ordinance in accordance with the in
structions, in the form of a minority.
report. Aid. Johnson then submitted a ma
jority report, o ttin_ forth the reason* for de
clining "minority report. Thti . minority
report was adopted, upon a roll calL, all vot
ing in f_\or except four.
The v*,t. s ide power company was grant
ed per mission to build a side U'ack across
T, le report of the committee on health and
be spltals recommended the appointment of
-n assistant health inspector. Indefinitely
'postponed.> Aid. Johnson, moved a recon
sideration which was carrie/1 and the city at
torney decided that the council had power to
I appoint such additional officers. The addi
tional inspector was not allowed.
i Adjourned. y ■;. .'
Hamline University Commencement,
The commencement exercises of Hara
_ine university begin to-day and the order
' tt l€lrcisi!S for eacl- *•*»*' is as follows:
T~irsday and Frday, June 5 and 0, exam
ffi-.ilion of classes. I
Sunday, June S, 10:30 a. ra., baccalaure
ate serin un in university chapel, by the pres
Monday, June 9, 3 p. m., class day exer-
Tuesday, June 10, 10 a. m., address be
fore the united lite wry societies, in the
chapel, by Rev. A. C. George, D. D.
Tuesday, June 10., 2:30 p. m., annual
meeting of board of trustees.
Wednesday, June 11, _ p. m . annual
, Wednesday, June 11, 4:30 p. m., presi
Tiie (In nnlter of Commerce.
At i the regi'Jar monthly meeting of the
, chamber of co mmerce yesterday the follow
ing were elected members: Wallace Burn
ham, W. J. < Shaw,. J. .■__. Bartlett, W. D.
Gregory,* M.; D. Rhome. <_'. M. Farhham, H.
A. McAllister, (_. A. 7 Stoucman, James
MeMullen. C. S. Langdon, G. W. Van
Zandt, C.T, Harris. . -';
A report of the com___ittee was adopted ad
verse to change' in thr vaults.
The. committee ou' transfer changes was
granted further time. ;•
The annual el.ectkm of grain spec tor and
weigher, took pi ace and resulted as follows:
For chief weigher, Charles 11. Curnan, 99;
George H. Cor .ant, 105.7
For grain in ipetior, Kinsey Maxfield, 160:
Johu Crandal., 31-
The. firand Grand.
Mr. and 1 4rs. Geo. S. Knight open at the
Grand ■ ope /a this evening in ' Marsden's
laughable comedy, "Otto,"' with "Baron Ru
dolph" to | fill _a on Friday and Saturday
evenings. ?7 Geo. S. Kinght's German dialect,
.singing, g and *. specialties, has won him a
world v /ide j reputation, while Mrs. Knight's
single ; and graceful acting | is worthy of the
same : <eu_arl_. . "Otto 4 ' is a play written ex
THE ST. PAUL DAILY GLOBF THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 5, 1884,
pressly to bring out the \ paricular forte of
each, and has sufficient plot and | romance to
prove interesting from , a'-:dramatic ''stand
point as well as to introduce in a natural way
the songs, dances, etc. The company is said
to be individuality strong.
V. G. Hush is at the Palmer house, Chica
C. M. Martin, of Morris, is visiting friends
in the city. .','"• i:
Supt. Robert Williams, of the B. C. R. &
N. R. R., is in the city. , } , .... '7.7
Capt. A. G. AVilcox aud family, have re
moved to his farm near Benson, where they
will remain' for the summer.
Among the arrivals at the St. James yes
terday were: Gust Sin-wall, Carver; V. A.
Robinson, St. Cloud; I). C. Byrne, St. James;
B. F. Crawford, Medicine Hat; J. B. Neel,
Northfield; Alex, Paul, Brown's" Valley; W.
S. Hurley, Gleucoe; P. H. Clifford.'Brainerd;
J. M. McCann, Fergus Kails; C.: A. Ward,
/Cumbrota. '-''■' • '•*';".■
C. J. Darndels, St. Cloud; W. J. Carson,
GlcnwoodjM. liolmstrom, gCokato; Geo.
Greenlcaf, Anoka; C. M. .Martin, Morris; S.
J. Woodard, Windom, were among the
guests of the Clark house yesterday. '
Among the ; Nicollet's guests yesterday were
W. L. Grant, 'Waseca; E. M. Lines, Morris;
J. A. Noyes, St. Cloud; D. P. Baldwin, Hope,
W. P. Repel, St. James; J. H. Hubbard, St.
Cloud; D. T. Smith, Benson.
Very Remarkable Recovery.
Mr. Geo. V. Willing, of Manchester., Mich.,
Writes:"My wife has been almost helpless for five
years, so helpless that she could not turn over in
bed alone.- She used two bottles of .Electric Bit
ters, and is so much improved, th__ she is able
now to do her own work."
Electric Bitters will do all that is,- claimed for
them. Hundreds of testimonials attest their
great curative powers. Only fifty. cents a .bottle
at Bethuue & Laiubie's. ■'■■ ■ "•*_! _
| Before Jud_e Young."] .
302Gotleib Girrbach vs. Washington Fire
aaid Marine Insurance company; removed.
—Northwestern Manufacturing and
Car company vs. Anthony Chester, Sr. et al.;
judgement ordered for plaintiff, defendant
-, 142— Adus et al. vs. Patrick Corcor
an; continued by consent, I'laintiff to pay
costs, r. f,,'\'*% _&'*'
143 Little & Daniels vs. A. E. Raven;
defendent not appearing, judgment ordered
for plaintiff of -.100 antfin ..rest.
168— Berg vs. Frank Shaw; judg
ment by consent for plaintiff for $355 with
[Before Judge Koon.]
—John H. Johnson vs. Fnjd Krum
weide et al.; dismissed.
105—Fred Krumweide vs. Elizabeth E.
dagctt; dismissed by plaintiff.
131— W. C. Kilvington vs. R. \T. Jordan;
settled and dismissed wfthout eosßs.
65— T. Stranahaun vs. Mrs. H. .'Devine;
201—Mittwer & Dieterich vs_.Samt.el Whit
ney; tried and submitted.
Susan L. Burke vs. Theo.. D. Burke.
J. H. Maguire & Co. vs.G. F. Fanrington.
Frank J. Miller vs. E'oei.ezer ll_ Hod-den.
[Before A*udge .'eland. J
In the estate of John P. Plum mer, letters
Issued to Chas. S„ Plum mer; order made
limiting time ami appointing ap; .raisers.
In the estate of Andrtaus Bu .trued; peti
tion for letters filed. Hearing June 30.
In the estate of Sampson Bond; order for
creditors to present claims made..
In the estate of Eldrirdge G. A'flen ; petition
to prove will filed. Hearing June 30.
In the estate of Margaret Met Seen ty; order
limiting time and appointing appraisers
In the estate of EKsha. 11. .Day; inventory
filed and allowed.
Catharine iilisseubach, insane; examined
[Before Judge Bailey.
Charles/Spletisloger, drunkenness; com
mitted five days.
Isaac Anderson and D. H. MjcCord, drunk
edness; paid a fine in .5.50 each.
James Brennan, drunkenness; continued
until this morning. i . •
F. Cakstad,' drunkenness; committed five
days. .' 77 7777:-'.: "v • ; '
Edward Mandel, larceny of $1.50 from
Elidi, Reed; dismissed upon .motion of com
John Kelly, vagrancy; committed five
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A WADENA WRETCH,
An Unnatural Father Commits Incest
"With His Thirteen Year Old
[Special Telegram to the Globe.
Wadena, Minn., June 4.Martin Walker
is a farmer holding a claim about a mile
bom Wadena. His "wife is dead and he
lives in a shanty with his three children, the
eldest of which is a bright little girl of thir
t ecu years. The family are poor and during
the winter have been in very dependent cir
(.-instances. Some of the benevolent women.
of Wadena, while on their rounds dispensing
charity, made frequent calls at Walker's
place. During some of their visits
suspicions were arroused that all
"was not as it should be in the family rela
tions. These suspicions gave rise to so much
talk that this morning a direct interview was
had with the girl, and with bitter tears sho
related the circumstances of her father's sin
ful lust. A warrant was immediately issued
and Walker was summoned before Justice of
the Peace Ashborner to answer to the charge
of incest. In the testimony it was brought
out that criminal intimacy had existed be
tween the father and thirteen year old daugh
ter for over two years, and no later than
last night was she, the victim of his
unnatural desires. The justice's
office and the sidewalk near were packed
with indignant citizens. ' Threats of violence
■ become so loud and pronounced during the
girl's testimony that it became necessary for
the safety of Walker to clear the room and
finish the examination . with closed doors.
Walker was bound over and is now lodged
in the jail. ' A posse of armed men are on
guard. The citizens are aroused to a high
pitch of excitement, and as darkness sets in
there are fears that Walker will meet with
Duluth Port List.
I Special Telegram to the Globe. |
Duluth, Minn., June 4. —Arrived: Pro.
pellers City .of Fremont, light; St. Louis,
light; Monroe, light; barge Queen of the
West, 1,400 tons coal; schooner Cyclone,
1,100 tons coal. Cleared: Propellers St.
Louis, light; R. G. Stewart, share freight.
More of the Pleasanton Murder.
Kansas City, June 4.Sheriff \ Schondler, of
Lyon and Shoemaker, Miami county, Kansas, ar
rived in this city this morning in search of the
Pleasanton murderer. „ A fifth body, that of a
young girl, was found near Pleasanton yesterday.
The murdeied party have been identified as. the
family of John Anderson. It is supposed Vamp
ler murdered the woman and four children and
fled. It is probable that Anderson also has' been
put out of the way. ampler ' was afterward
seen near Paola riding the missing horse. It is
believed that he came to this city. There is the
greatest excitement at the scene of the crime.
Dr. Donald Macleod, a Scotch . clergyman,
recently preached a sermon on ''The Sin of
Cheapness.". He said that the ■ "craving for
cheapness and hunting after bargains is not
only economically false, but a cause of great
suffering to thousands of men, women
OUR INNOCENTS BEATEN.
jSt. Paul, Minneapolis ami Stillwater
Close to their Opponents in
The National Game Elsewhere—Events on
The St. Paul Gun Club _ Glass Ball Match
Tuesday Next. , V-7,
At East Saginaw.
("Special Telegram to the Globe."|-77"V■•*'
! East Sauisaw, Mich., June 4.The St. Paul
Club mot with its third successive defeat at the
hands of the Saginuws to-day, through loose
playing. The score is:
.--7*.' * .It B P A E
West, c o 3 0 0 0
_______ 1 1 13 0 0
Whitney, 3d 4 3 3 3 2
Borate., ss 3 12 3 3
Bpence, 2d b 4 3 '2 5 0
Lockwood c.V .....l 2 5 3 1
t.uinu, P. J,, p and 1 0 0 0 3 1
IJuinu, J., rf 0 110 0
Kelly, p 1...... 0 0 11 1
Totals 13 14 27 18 8
K. B. P. A. 'E.
Foster, 1 f .".'* 3 3 10 0
Foley, 3d b 2 2 3 0 3
Clin, r. f 1 1 0,0 0
Ileugle, s s.. 1 0 2 6,-3
Hunter, c f 12 0 0 0
O'Brien, Ist 1 3 17 0: 2
Craves, c 0 1 a o'2
Aber, p.. 2 10 3 0
Clapp, 2db 0 12 8 2
Totals .......11 13 27 17 ' 12
Saginaw...- 3 0 2 0 4 3 0 1 013
St.Paul 3 0 0 0 0 0 4 2 2—ll
Runs earned—St. Paul 3. -
Two base hits—Whitney and Hunter.
Left on basesSaginaw 7, St. Paul 7.
Struck Foster, Quinn, Olin, Aber, Ilengle.
Bases on called —St. Paul 1. - -
Passed balls—Lockwood 1, Graves _.
Wild pitches— 1, Aber 2.
Time of game—Two hours and fifty-seven
[Special Telegram to the Globe. |.
Muskegon, Mich., June —The Stillwater
team made a brave effort to win to-day by , scor
ing three times in the ninth inning, but lacked a
single run of tying the home team. As usual
Stillwater outbatted its opponents, but the hits,
though numerous, were scattered. The errors
were few in both nines. Following is the result
In tabular form:
K. B. p. A. E.
Jones, 1. f 1 12 0 0
Roche, s.s 1 3 1-2 2
Schomberg, c. f ..1 2 0 0 0
Yisuer, r. f. & c 0 13 3 1
Pickett, Ist. b 1 1 14 0 0
Carr,3db 3 112 0
Stapleton 2d. b 0 2 3- 7 .1
Dealy, c. & i. f 0 1 2 2 0
JtcCue, p 0 0 0 7 0
Totals .7 12 2b* 23 4
' K. B. P. A. E
Jones, p...1 10 4 0
Meyers, 2d. b *......0 2 0 6 0
Kainey, 3d. b 2 3 1 • 3 0
Browcr, Ist. b 1 2 15 0 1
Donnelly, c. f 0 0 2 0 0
Cook, c. & L _ 0 0 4 0 0
Potter, s. c 0 1 2 3 0
Walsh, 1. f 1 0 0 0 1
Wright, r. f 3 1 3 1 0
Totals 8 10 27 17 2
SCORE BY INNINGS.
Stillwater 0 10 10 2 0 0 3—7
Muskegon 0 0 4 0 0 0 13 o—B
Earned runsStillwater 3.
Two base hit—Schomberg.
Umpire E. Clark.
At Terre Haute.
[Special Telegram to the Globe.l
Terre Haute, Ind., June 4—Minneapolis went
to the wall here to-day in a close game, in which
the home team got in less base hits than the vis
itors, and won by good luck in having the bat
ting bunched. The score sheet shows:
Terre Haute 1 6 2 0 10 0 0 o—lo
Minneapolis 2 0 10 2 2 0 0 0— 7
AT FORT WAYNE.
Fort Wayne 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 o—4
Milwaukee 1 2 0 0 0 12 0 o—fi
AT BAY CITY.
Quincy 0 10 0 0 10 2 o—4
Bay City ...0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 o—l
Cleveland 0 0 0 13 5 4 0 o—l3
Detroit 8 0000200 2—7
SIX INNINGS AT CHICAGO.
Chicago 1 0 0 0 4 o—s
Buffalo. 2 0 0 110—4
Providence J.O 0000000 4—4
Philadelphia 0 00000000—0
Boston 2 0001420*— 9
New York 0 0000000 I—l
At PittsburgPittsburg, 11; Indianapolis, 6.
At —Columbus, 8; Washington, 3.
At Baltimoreßaltimore, 8; Toledo, 0.
At Brooklyn Louisville, 6; Brooklyn, 3.
At New York Metropolitan, 19; Cincinnati, 2.
The Qnincy-Bay City game of Tuesday re
suited in favor of Bay City, that club securing
the only run of the game in the ninth inning.
The Northwestern league clubs begin a new
series to-day as follows: St. Paul at Bay City,
Minneapolis at Fort Wayne, Stillwater at Grand
Rapids, Milwaukee at Terre Haute, Quincy at
Saginaw, and Peoria at Muskegon.
The Minnesota clubs all played close to their
antagonists yesterday, but failed to achieve vic
By Terre Halite's victory yesterday St. Paul
and Stillwater are tied for last position.
Beacon Park Bares.
Boston, June 4.-The summary in the 2:23 clas
at Beacon park to-day was as follows: 77 **-' -
Elmer ." ...1 1 1
Nellie B -.' 3 2 2
Will Benham 2 5 5
George A 4 3 3
Gallatea 5 4 4
Time, 2:30, 2:2534, 2:26*4.
Billy S ...1 11
Princess. •_ : 2 < 2
Fritz : 3 3 3
Time, 2:28*4, 2:18;*,, 2:1-34.
Chicago, June 4.—The trotting was interrupt
ed by rain. In the 2:23 class Mambrino Sparkle
won the first and fourth heats, and Secret the
second and third. Time, 2:25' J, 2;24 %, 2:24U,
For roadsters. Horsemen's Boy won the first
heat and Shepherd Boy the second and third
heats. Bluebell Pilot was fourth. Time, 2:49,
2:3844, 2:33J_, 2:50. ,
The races were postponed till to-morrow.
Jerome Park Races.
New York, June 4.Three quarter mile for
three year olds. Won by Orator, Glideaway,
second; Tatoo colt, third. Time 1:18.
' Free handicap sweepstakes, all ages, one mile.
Won by the California horse Jim
Kenwick. Jim let the other horses
do the running to the three quarter
mile post, when he began to move up. As they
entered the straight Feakes 'used his whip on
Rica. Donahue, who held Renwick' nnder ■ a
strong pull, gave the horse his head and he drew
away easily, winning by two lengths, Rica,. sec
ond: Euclid, third. Time, 1:47.
Handicap sweepstakes, mile, a furlong and a
half, Wall Flower won. From the start Jennings
was the only other starter. Time, 2:04..
The race for three-year-olds and upwards, mile
and half a furlong. Checkmate won easily, Pilot
second; Lyton third. Time, 1:56
Brighton Beach Races.'
New Yor.K. June 4.The first race, three
quarters of a mile, was won by King Fan. Time,
The mile and an eighth race Jim Nelson won.
Barbarian and Lutestring ran . a dead heat for
second place. Time, 1:58. - .'■•.'
The Brighton Beach stakes for three year olds
were won by Tattler. .Tornado second, Lain"
Tom third. Time, 1:45 H.
The mile and a quarter race was won by Miss
Brewster. Mike's Pride second, Flower 'of
Meath, third. Time, 2:11 - ..
,' Grand Glass Ball Tournament.
7 On Tuesday oi next week will be inaugur
ated in St. Paul the largest shooting . festival
ever held'in the northwest. It will be held
under the auspices of the St. .Paul Gun club,
an organization which embraces in its mem
bership a majority of the live sportsmen, in
the city, and the club is making every' effort
i to present on this occasion '-' an ' opportunity
for sportsmen throughout the country to meet
together and^enjoy s their favorite pastime
under the most favorable auspices. The
meeting will commence Tuesday, June 10th,
and will continue through the four succeed
ing days. As an inducement to V sportsmen
from near and far to be : present • the : club
resents cash purses' amounting to -$1,025,
•to be competed for, and our public ' spirited
citizens and the dealers -' in sporting goods
throughout the country ■ have added to the
cash purses special prizes of the value of over
$600. . .
■ The club has exercised great care and dis
played excellent judgment in' arranging its
program me, jso that the moderately expert
gunner will come in for a valuable share of the
purses and prizes offered, and the consola
tion purse given for the ', benefit of those who
are unsuccessful •in the regular matches,
would be an immense attraction in an or
dinary tournament, headed us it is with an
extra quality Winchester rifle worth" $45.00,
aud aggregate prizes valued, at $100. For
best averages, ten.prizes arc offered aggre
gating in value $235, and other prizes are
sprinkled through the different matches as
an incentive to individual excellence. Two
team shoots are on the '•■ programme, one for
the elegant badge presented by the Leyon
isky Clay Pigeon company, and the other for
the state champion badge now held by the
St. Paul Gun club. Every day brings advices
from sportsmen in lowa, Illinois, Wisconsin,
Dakota and other states that the attendance
at the tournament will be very large and it
cau be confidently stated that every purse
wiftfill. i ." . ''£•;-;•.*■"■:
; The club has completed its . arrangements
for the reception of its visitors, and extra
precautions have been taken to avoid delays
from accidents to traps, etc.
THE HOUSE WORKS,
And Passes the Oregon Central Land
House of Representatives.' '-,
Washington, June 4.Mr. Hopkins, of
Pennsylvania, from the committee on public
buildings, submitted a report on the charges
of corruption or collusion in regard to the
selection of the site for the public building at
Brooklyn, N. Y. The report says every op
portunity was offered for the introduction of
evidence to sustain the charges, and we hes
itatingly report that there has not been pro
duced before us a scintilla of which in the
slightest degree reflects upon the integrity of
the secretary of the treasury upon the super
vising architect or upon any other officer of
the government.' The report is accompa
nied by a resolution discharging the commit
tee from further consideration of the matter
which was placed on the house callendar.
■ Subsequently Mr. Holman moved to recon
sider the vote by which the action was taken,
and his motion having been agreed to, he
moved to recommit the report, with instruc
tions to the committee on public buildings,
and reopen the investigation with open
doors, giving the citizens of Brooklyn,
through such counsel as they may designate,
the right to examine all testimony as far as
taken, and to examine any and all witnesses
who may be subpoenaed. The committee is
further directed to inquire into the value of
the site proposed to be purchased and whether
the erection there is satisfactory to the citi
zens of Brooklyn, and the secretary of the
treasury is required to suspend further nego
tiations for the purchase pending investiga
Mr. Slocum suggested as an amendemnt
to the motion to recommit, the amended bill
by directing the committee to report within
ten days. He thought a speedy determina
tion of the matter was required as an act of
justice to the secretary of the treasury and to
the city of Brooklyn. If the report went upon
the calendar it would not be acted upon at
this session, and he was theretore in favor of
Mr. Holman modified his motion in ac
cordance with Mr. Slocum's suggestion and
by the addition of a proviso empowering the
committee to send a sub committee to Brook
lyn. The motion, as modified, was agreed to
and the report recommitted.
The Oregon Central land grant forfeiture
bill, coming over from yesterday as unfin
ished business, was taken up and passed;
yeas 138, nays 26. :. • .7" 7"'■-",-'
The senate amendments were non-con
curred in on the bill establishing a bureau of
labor statistics. :' 7-,77..7 V
I. The senate amendments were concurred
in to the joint resolutions making an addi
tional appropriation for the relief of sufferers
in Louisiana from the overflow of the Missis-
sippi river. -7* 7 *"■'■"•-■'■■'■'■
A bill was passed amending the act to ex
elude public land in . Alabama from opera
tion of laws relating to mineral lands. The
provisions of the bill were extended to the
states of Alabama, Fiorida aud Arkansas.
Mr. Heudley, of California, then called up
the bill forfeiting the lands granted to the
California __ Oregon railroad except such
lands as were granted for that portion of the
road which was completed before the Ist of
July, 1880. After vigorous remarks by Mr.
Cobb, of Indiana, in support of the bill, a
vote was taken on its passage. ' It stood,
yeas 133; nays 13. "yl.;y]
No quorum, and , the house then ad
journed. 7- •' 77 ', 7
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Notice to Creditors.
State of Minnesota, County of Ramsey, ss. In Pro
bate Court, special term, June 4, 1884. . ■'.
In the matter of the estate of William T. Church,
Notice Is hereby given that the Judge of Probate,
of thi^ county of Ramsey, will upon the first Monday
at the month of October, A. D. 1884, at tea o'clock
a. in., receive, hear, examine and adjust, all claims
and demands of all persons against said deceased;
and that six months from and after the date hereof
have been allowed and limited for creditors to pre
sent their claims against Bald estate, at the expira
tion of which time nil clulms not presented or not
proven to Its satisfaction, shall be forever barred,
unless for good cause shown further time be allowed.
By the Court, ■ , ■
[-. -.] .WM. B. McGRORTY,
Judge of Probate.
. Jennie A, llami'lKS, Executrix.
S. L. Pierce, Attorney for Executrix. >'
STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF RAMSEY
88. In Probate Court, Special Term, - held
Junes, 1884. .
In the matter of the estate of Samuel M. Flint,
. deceased. y:\:'yy.. ....
On reading and filing the petition of Cornelia M.
Flint, executrix of said estate, _ setting forth
the amount .of personal estate that has
come 'to ; her hands, and. the disposition
thereof; the amount of debts. outstanding against
said deceased," and a description -of. all ,the
real estate of which said deceased died* seized, and
the condition and value of the respective portions
thereof; and praying that , license be to her granted
to sell at private sale port of the real estate described
In said petition; -. :-j '■„■.;;" .'!■<■»
And It appealing, by said petition, that there Is not
suflicient personal estate In the hands of said execu
trix to pay said debts, and that It is necessary In
order to pay the same, to sell part 6f said real estate;
It is therefore ordered, that all persons interested
in said estate, appear before the judge of this court,
on Monday, the 21st day of July, A. D. 1884, at
10 o'clock a. in., at the court house In Saint Paul in
said count}*, then and there to show cause, (If any
there be) why license should not be granted to said
executrix to sell said real estate according to the
prayer of said petition.
And It Is further ordered. That a copy of this order
shall be published for four successive weeks prior to
said day of hearing, the • last of which publications
shall be at least fourteen days before said day of
hearing, In the Daily Globe, a newspaper printed
and published at Saint Paul In said county, and per
sonally served on all persons Interested in said estate,
residing In said county, at least fourteen days before
said day of hearing, and upon all other persons In
terested, according to law..
By the Court, '•.-.*' --" ;s -■'■:
[_s-i , $WM. B. McGRORTY, ~ .
Judge of Probate.
Attest: Frank Robert, Jr., Clerk. ]eo-Sw-thur
STATE OF MINNESOt!_7~COUNTY OF RAMSEY
—ss. In Probate Court.'Special Term, June 4,
1884. " * , .
In the matter of the guardianship of John and Pat
rick Sweeney, minors.
On reading and filing the petition of Johanna Swee
ney, guardian of the persons and property of said
John and Patrick Sweeney, minors, for license to sell
the real estate of her said wards at private sale, and
it appearing from said petition that It Is necessary
and would be beneficial to said wards that said real
estate, or a part thereof, should be sold;
It Is ordered, that the next of kin of the said wards
ami nil persons Interested in the estate of said wards
shall appear before said Probate Court, at the Probate
office, in the city of Saint Paul, In the county of Ram
sey aforesaid, on the 21st day of July, A. D. 1884, at
ten o'clock in the forenoon, to show cause why a li
cense should not be granted for the sale of said real
And It Is further ordered, that a copy of this order
be personally served on the next of kin of said wards
residing in said Ramsey county, and on all persons
interested in said estate, at least fourteen days before
the hearing of said petition as aforesaid, and by the
publication thereof for four successive weeks In the
Daily Globe, a newspaper printed and published at
the city of Saint Paul, in said Ramsey county, the last
of which publications shall be at least fourteen days
before said day of hearing.
By the Court, . .■.;-.■ 7 V.
[_.s.] , WM, B. McGRORTY,
Judge of Probate.
Attest: Frank Robert. Jr., Clerk. . jes-sw-tlmr
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that ou the twenty
first day of May, A. D. 1884, at ten o'clock
a. m., at the front door of the office of the Probate
court, at the court house in the city of Saint Paul,
Ramsey county, Minnesota, I will sell pursuant to the
license of said court, at public auction, to the highest
bidder for caslr, as a part of the estate of James F.
Hey ward, deceased, the following described premises,
situate in said county, to-wit: The undivided half
of lot one (1), two (2), three (3), four (4), five (5), six
(6) and seven (7), of Wilkin _ Heyward's Out Lots
to Saint Paul, according to the recorded plat thereof
on file and of record in the office of the Register of
Deeds of said county. - :> - '■-■.■■
April 29, 1884.
I. V. D. HEARD, '
Administrator with the will annexed de bonis non of
said estate. ap3o-3w-wcd
The above sale Is postponed to the fourth day of
June; A. D. 1884, at the same hour and place. '
May 21, 1881. .
I. V. D. HEARD,
Administrator with the will annexed de bonis non of
said estate. 7J may22-2w-thu
The above sale is postponed until the 18th day of
June, A. D. 1884, at same hour and place.
Administrator with the will annexed de bonis not of
said estate, junes-2w-thu
STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF RAMSEY
—ss. In Probate Court, special term, May 28,
1884. . . .
In the matter of the estate of Adam Gotztan, de
ceased. .- . - . ■" ■ ■ • ■:.:■ ■ I
On reading and filing the petition of Otto -Torquist,
of said county, claiming to be entitled to a convey
ance of "lot number twenty (20) of A. Gotzian's
subdivision of block number eighty-nine (89) of
Lyman Dayton's addition to St. Paul," In said
county, from the executors of said estate, setting
forth the names, ages and places of residence of all
persons Interested In Bald estate to be conveyed, and
the facts upon which said claim Is predicated;
It Is ordered, that said petition be heard before
the Judge of this court, on Monday, the 14th day of
July, A. D. 1884, at ten o'clock a. m. at the Probate
office lv the city of Saint Paul, in said Ramsey
county, and that all persons interested In said estate
appear then and there to show cause (If any they
have) why a decree should dot be made authorizing
and directing the executors of said estate to make
and execute a conveyance of said premises to the
It is further ordered, that notice of the time and
place of hearing be given to all persons interested
in said estate by the publication of this order for
four successive weeks, once in each week, the last of
which publications shall be at least fourteen days
before said day of hearing, in the Daily Globs, a
newspaper printed and published.at Saint Paul, In
said county aforesaid, and that a copy of this order
be served personally on all persons Interested in said
estate residing In said county, at least fourteen days
before said day of hearing, and on all other persons
Interested, by depositing forthwith a copy of such
order in the postoffiee at Saint Paul, In said county,
with postage prepaid, directed to them respectively
at their place of residence, unless it appears that
their place of residence is unknown..
By the Court, ; y o
[L.S.J .."7 TV-I. B. McGRORTY,
Judge of Probate. .
Attest: Frank Robert, Jr., Clerk. may29-sw-thu
STATEOF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF RAMSEY
—ss. District Court, Second Judicial Dstrlct. '
Frederick R. Welz, plaintiff, vs, James _. Goodhue,
The state of Minnesota to the above named defent-
Tou, James K. Goodhue, are hereby summoned
and required to answer the complaint of the phiimift
In the above entitled action, which has been filed in
the office of the Clerk of said court, at Saint Paul, in
said county, and to serve a copy of your answer to
said complaint on the subscribers, at their office, In
the city of Saint Paul, In the county of . Ramsey In
Bald state, within twenty days after the service of
this summons upon you, exclusive of the day of such
service; and, if you fall to answer the said complaint
within the time aforesaid, the plaintiff In this action
will take Judgment against you for the sum of two
hundred and thirty-one (2:11) dollars and twenty-eight
(28) cents, with Interest thereon from the date of the
commencement of this action, together with the costs
and disbursements herein.
Dated April Bth, A. D. 1884. .
sv--.•.-"-.•- WILLIS & WILLARD,
ap24-7w-th Plaintiff's Attorneys, St. Paul, Minn.
Notice of Execution Sale.
Notice is hereby given that under and by virtue of
a certain writ of execution, Issued from, out of, and
under the seal of, the District Court of the State of
Minnesota, in and for the Second Judicial District,
and the county of Ramsey, to enforce a Judgment
duly rendered by said court, and docketed therein, In
favor of the plaintiff, and against the defendant, In a
certain civil action wherein Ellen It. Holllnshead, as
administratrix of the estate of Edmund R. Holllnshead
deceased. Is plaintiff, and James K.Goodhue is defend
ant, (said writ having been duly delivered to me for
enforcement), I have levied upon as the property of
said defendant, and now hold, the following described
lands, lying and being situated in the county of Ram
sey, and State of Minnesota, that Is to say: the north
ern ninety-three (93) and eight-twelfths (8-12) feet of
lot numbered one (1) In block ■ numbered thirty (30)
in Saint Paul Proper, In the county of Ramsey and
State of Minnesota, also, lots numbered five (5), six
(6), seven (7) and eight (8) in block numbered twen
ty-two (2.) of Saint Paul Proper In the • county of
Ramsey and State of Minnesota, all of said descrip
tion being in accordance with the plats of Saint Paul
(Saint Paul Proper,) on file and of record In the office
of the Register of Deeds within and for said county
of Ramsey. . . y ■ s .-.
And I do hereby give notice that I shall, on the
seventeenth day of July, A. D. 1884, at the hour of
10 In the forenoon of said day, at the front door of
the new court house, on the southeast corner of Fifth
street and Wabashaw street. in the city of Saint
Paul In said county, In accordance with law and under
said writ, otter for Bale, and sell, | at public auction,
to the highest bidder for cash, the lands hereinbefore
described, or so much thereof as shall. be necessary
to satisfy the amount due upon said Judgment with
interest and the costs and expenses of said sale.
Saint Paul, Minnesota, May 29tl_, A. D. 1884. ' .
' 7 Sheriff of Ramsey County, Minnesota.
Willis & Willabd, Attorneys for plaintiff.
ISTRICT 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. It. George, as surviving partner
of the firm of Gilbert Dutcher, and of the fine of E
R. George, and of E. E. George, have some claim or
Interest; ■■-". ■'.-'.- .-.--.,..
It is hereby ordered, that all of such creditors ex
cept the parties to this action and the estateof George
Cclver, deceased, file their claims as such creditors
with the clerk of this court, on or before June 15th,
1884, or be forever barred of any claim or demand on
such fund, or on any fund to be recovered by the
plaintiff in this action. ,: - • ,: .
. It is further ordered, that notice of this order be
given by publishing the same dally, in the St. Paul
Globe, a newspaper published to said county, until
the said fifteenth day of June, A. D. 1884, commenc
ing on the 12th day of May, A. D. 1884.
• Special Term, May 10, 1881.
ORLANDO SIMONS, 7 ?
132-168 ' _ : ____« Judge. .'
CHANGE OF GRADE.
CHANGE OF STREET TOE.
City Clerk's Office, • )
. St. Paul, May 21, 1884. ( 7'
Notice is hereby given that the Common Coun
cil of the City of St. Paul will, at their mcetingto
be held on Tuesday, the Ist day of July, A. D.
1884, at 7:80 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 the
bjue 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 15th, 1884.
The profiles indicating the proposed change arc
on file and can be seen at this office.
By order of the Common Council.
Tnos. A. Prendergast, City Clerk.
May 22 Thu & Sat 5w ■
CMGE OF GRADE '.
7 Cherokee Avenue. '
* - * City Clerk's Office, . )
' ' St. Paul, Minn., May 13, 1884. )
Notice is hereby given that the Common Conn
cil of the City 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 grade
on • ' " V " - -77-v
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 a:- 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,
at their meeting held on Bth inst.
The profile indicating the proposed change is
on file ami can be seen at this office.
By order of Common Council.
Tnos. A. Prendergast. City Clerk.
May 14 wed&sat-4w
1 (Official Publication.)'
Vacation of M.portion-of Highland
Part addition, including . the
Park, together with the alley
on the north, also the one on
the f^st sides thereof, together with
a portion of Fairmont place and
St. Means street. • .
City Clerk's Office, )
St. Paul, Minn., May 16th, 1884, )
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, apd 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
of the alley running along . the north side of said
park, and all that part of St. Albans 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 Deeds, in and for
the County of Ramsey, Minn., and in lien there
of to receive and accept the same quantity of
land for a park in block 7, of said addition, for
which a deed thereof has been executed and sub
mitted with said petition. Said petitioners and
conveyancers named aforesaid, state that they
are the owners in fee of all of said property in
-1 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 Panl, or a
committee to be appointed by said Council, on
the first Tuesday of July, 1884, being the first
day thereof, at 7:30 o'clock p. m., at the Coun
cil chamber in the city hall.
By order of the Common Council.
. THOS. A. PRENDERGAST, City Clerk.
may 17, 6-w,' sat. .
. ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION.
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, 18S4, 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 which said notice
stated that the object of said meeting would be the
consideration of certain proposed amendments to the
articles of association of said corporation, and at
which meeting there was present a majority to num
ber and amount, of the shareholders and shares, 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, tho fol
lowing articles, specifying amendments to • the Bald
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, 1883, and as filed and recorded, he
amended so as to read:
.Third The amount of capital stock of said cor
poration shall be one hundred and fifty thousand
($150,000) dollars, and shall be paid in pro-rata as
sessments on the stock, as called for by resolution
' of the Directors.
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 (3,000; shares
of fifty (SSO) dollars per share.
Third—Resolved, that a certificate of Bald amend
ments be prepared, subscribed and sworn to by the
proper officers, and filed, published and recorded as
required by law.
Witness our hands and the seal of said corpora
tion, at St. Paul, this 31st day of March
A. D., 1884.
( Seal of I HENRY P. UPHAM, [Seal.]
(Co. ) President.
CHARLES M. POWER, [Seal.]
Severally subscribed and sworn to before me, this,
31st day of March, 1884.
•.*;-.• GEO. W. JIAMES,
[Notarial seal.] • Notary Public.
STATE OF MINNESOTA I
Department of State. J
1 hereby certify that the within Instrument was
filed for record to this office, on the .nth day of
May, A. D. 1884, at 11 o'clock a. m., and was duly
recorded In Book J of Incorporations, on page 576.
FRED YON BAUMBACH,
Secretary of State.
STATE OF MINNESOTA, *
County of Ramsey, j"
Office of Register of Deeds. .
This Is to certify that the within instrument was
filed for record In this office, at Saint Paul, on the 23d
day of April, A. D. 1884, at 3 o'clock p. m., and
that the same was duly recorded In Book C of incor
porations pages 8 and 9.
R. C. WILEY,
151-158 Register of Deeds.
CHANGE OF STREET GRADE. .
Citt Clerk's Office, )
St. Pall, Minn., May 13,1884. J
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, D. 1884, at 7:30 o'clock p. m., at the
Council Chamber in the City Hall, order a change
of grade on 7
Prom Pennsylvania Avenue to
-In accordance with, and as indicated by the
"dotted . red line" on the profile thereof,
and 7as reported npon 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 14th, A. D.
.1884, which " ' said report . was adopted
by the Common Council of this city at their
meetings held on January 25,1884 and May 8,
1884.:..- , , , , . .
. The. profile j indicating the proposed change
is on file and can be seen at this office.*
By order of Common Council. _ ...-./
» Thos. A. Preside roast, City Clerk.
7- GEORGE W. GETTY,
EOWBOATS AND OARS FOR SALE.7
WHITE BEAR, .... MINN
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Confirmation of Assessment for Grafling:
, Office of, the Board of Public Works, »
,7 7 City of' St. Paul,-Minn., June 2, 1884. (
The assessment of benefits.costs and expenses
arising from the grading of Exchange street.fron.
Sherman street to .--* Wilken street hav
ing been . completed ■•by ' the Board
of . Public Works , in ■ and for ' said
City said Board will meet at their' office in said
City, at 2p. in..on the 16th j day of June, A. D.
1884, to hear objections (if \ any) to said assess
ment/at which titne and place, unless sufficient
cause is shown to the contrary, said assess
ment will be . confirmed by said Board.
The following is a list of the supposed own
ers' names, a description of the property bene
fited, ! and the amounts - assessed against the
Rice and Irvine's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and j
;. description. - . ' ' Lot. Block Benefits.
Webster Smith, SE'ly H
0f........ ....:... 17 & 18 29 $231 CO
C J Thompson, trustee".... 16 29 176 00
Same, NE'ly 12 ft 0f.......15 29 35 00
Gust Leue, (Except NE'ly 1 '
12ft) .:..:..... 15 29 1-3132 00
Same, (Except Smith street).. 29 )
E Vl-olcomb, (Except alley) 1 30 176 00
Same, (Except alley) NE'ly
y,ot . .....2 30 83 00
Minerva J Rogers, (Except '-*•'•■'
alley) SW'ly '/, 0f..-...;. 2 '30 - 88 00
Same, (Except.alley)...... 3 88 176 00
G C Gardner, (Except alley) 4 30 176 00
II Saahlgaard, (Except alley)
SW'ly Vi of 5 30 88 00
L II Maxfield,(Except alley)
NE'ly >'. of ...5 30 88 00
Alex Ramsey,(Except alley) 6 30 176 00
All objections to said assesment must be made
in writing and filed with the Clerk of said Board
at least one day prior to said meeting. -. '-" ■;
JOHN FARRINGTON, President.
R. L. Gon_A_r, Clerk Board of Public Works,
Confirmation of-Assessment for Grading:
. - Ada Street.
Office or the Board of Pi'Ettc Works, I
Citt of St Paul, Minn.. June 2, 1334. f
. The assessment of benefits, costs and expense.
arising from, the grading of Ada street, from
Concord street to Isabel street, in the Sixth ward
of the City of. St. Paul, Minnesota, hav
ing 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 16th
day of June, A. D., 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,
and the amounts assessed against the same, to
wit: . '. ,
Prospect Plateau, St. Panl.
Supposed owner and
description. : :> Lot. Block. Benefits.
C II Lienau, W 100 ft. of "A" 3 $59 75
John Berwanger......':... 1 3 39 75
Edward W01ther.....:....12 2 «,42 85
Jacob Hemmes 1 2 42 85
Frank B Doran.... ...12 1 * 42 85
ChasE Wright............ 1 ":'. I' 7-■ 42 85
Paul Martin ....3 4 ' 74 00
John Ley den.............. 4 4 25 50
Bell's Addition to West St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description. Lot. Block. Benefits.
Theo Wolff 10 16 $42 85
MA Lauderdale....... 1 15 46 00
JosHEgan S}4 0f.... 9&10 15 23 25
M T Emery Sy. of S % of 9&10 15 23 25 *
M D Shanley SJ. of 9-.10 15 23 25
Martin & Lienan's Rearrangement of Lots 1, 2,3,
4 and 5, Block 16, Bell's Addition to
West St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
■ description. . Lot. Benefits.
Paul Martin and C H Lienan 7 i
5ameand5ame.................. 6 J- S-4 75
Same and 5ame....'....:....... 5 )
Lienau, Peters and Minea's Rearrangement of
Block 12, Bell's Addition to West St. Paul.
Supposed owner and;
.' 7 description. Lot. Benefits.
Herman GDittbinner 7- $23 25
S Garlaugh 8 £3 25 ,
Same .' 9 23 25
Same 10 23 25
Lawrence Kelly. 11 23 25
C II Butler 12 23 25
Bell's Addition to West St. Paul.
Supposed owner and ' «
description. , Lot. Block. Benefits.
RE Watson 1 11 $51 00
All objections to said assessment must ba
made in writing and filed with the Clerk of said-
Board at least one day prior to said meeting.
JOHN FARRfNGTON, President.
R. L. Gorman, Clerk Board of Public Works.
Grain; -1 Guttering Josette Street 1
Office of TnE Board of Public Works. )
City of St. Paul, Minn., June 2d, 1884. (
Sealed bids will be I received by the Board of
Public Works in and for the corporation of tho
city of St. Paul, Minnesota, at their office in said
city, until 12 m. on the'l3th day of June, A.
D. 1884, for the grading and guttering of Josette
street, from Dayton avenue to Fuller street, and
the construction of a wooden box drain from.
Rondo street to Martin street, in said city,
according to plans and specifications on file in.
the office of said Board. •_ =.'7<,'
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. ■'.-. ;'•:,-.;
7777*7 JOHN FARRINGTON, President.
R. L. Gorman, Clerk Board of Public Works.
: Ming and ..tterii Rondo Street.
Office of the Board of Public Works. )
I Crrr of St. Paul, Minn., June 2,1884. J
Sealed bids will be received by the Board ol
Public Works in and for the corporation of tha
City of St. Paul, Minnesota, at their office in said
city, until 12 m., on the 13th day of June, A. D.
1884, for the, grading and guttering (without
curbs) of Rondo street,from Rice street to a point
about 425 feet west :of Louis street in said
city, according to plans and specifications on ilia
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 an.
or all bids. ...
JOHN FARRINGTON, President.
Official: Gorman, I
Clerk Board of Public Work..
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