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JULY 8, 1884.
Delegates Chosen to . the Democratic
National Convention.
All the States Except Florida and Illinois
"Whose Conventions Are Yet to
Be Held.
ALABAMA.
AT LARGE.
. L P Walker, J F Johnston,
E W Pcttus, • H(' Thompkins.
*
niSTuii is.
1. D P Bestar, 5. W F Wilkeson,
' C S Srott, S.I Durby,
2. JTB Foord, 0. T C Clarke,
J II Clisy, L H MosgroTe,
3. J M White, 7. J A Walden,
J A Kirkpatrick, J F B Jackson,
4. J E Webb, 8. Daniel Coleman,
J C Compton, B A McLelland.
ARKANSAS.
AT LAB ■>:.
Delegates . Alternates—
TV M Rose, ' John Parlem, Jr,
8 \V Fordyce, B R Mack,
B T Devai, :'. J D Adams,
CM Taylor, . T C McKea.
DISTRICTS.
1. J C Tap-pan, 4. W L Perry,
J C Hair, B Armsted,
2. P Eagle, ' . 5. S C Tipton.
« C Black, J II Fancher,
3. A H Williams,
11 Ci Bunu.
CALIFORNIA.
AT LA.KO-B.
Delegates — 'Alternates —
William Dunpby, FII Williams, '
C F Foster, " T G Hill '
T -I Clunie, W W Lyman,
H M Lame, II J Mohan,
DISTKICTS.
1. Dennis Spencer, 1. J Yell,
II C Wilson, W E McConr.ell,
2. .1 W Breckenridge, 2. W E Blchelrath,
Xiles Searlcs, B j A Hugg,
3. W H Eugllsh, 3. Dr. Dobbins,
M TTorpey, II 11 Reed,
•4. J A Wright, 4. Bam Newman,
Louis Holt/., E B Stonebill,
5. Maurice Schmidt, 5. Jesse Cope,
Laurence Archer, G VV McDouall,
6. L.I lU.sc. 6. J T Arnold,
A ii Butler,- I B Ferguson.
COLORADA.
AT J.AKOE.
Delegates — Alternates —
Guv Grant, James Benedict,
W T Walker, James Fryer,
M I) Crow, M 8 Bailey,
.1 1) McGilvray, Henry Lee,
Dennis Suliivnu, J B Debois,
J H Letcher, A X Rising.
CONNECTICUT^
AT LAItOE.
A E Barr,' T M Waller,
J E Byxbee. W I! Barnum,
DISTKII TS.
1. C W Cowles, 8. W II Shields,
(' II Andrews, J A Perkins,
2. Homer Twitchell, 1. 1) M Reid,
C A Elliott. A H Finn.
DELAWARE.
AT LAROE.
Delegates — Alternates —
Gcunre (iray, William Herbert,
(' II Bates, William Dean,
James Williams, <'.( Harrington,
J I. Wolcott; i: J Reynolds,
I. I. Martin, X M Fowler,
J VV Causey. C W Whiley.
GEORGIA.
Al I.MKiF.
Delegate! - Alternates —
Gen A R Law ton, C C Kibbee,
lion E I' Ihnvell, P M If Young,
Maj A 0 Bacon; .1 II Kstill,
Him Patrick Walsh. W A Little.
DISTRICTS.
1. .) LSwenlt, 1. Dart,
i; W Grubh, 3 C Dell,
ft. Judge O'Neal, 2. .1 II Guerry,
John Tripplett, I) I. Qouldings,
::. \V E MfArthur, 3. WII Willis,
C C Duncan, J F Watson;
4. F M L »n.s;ly, 4. L I 1 MandeviUe,
.1 I! Martin, (i W Williams,
5. W c Parker, 5. R A Massey, ,
(ieort/c Ilillyer, W T Dicksoo,
6 (i. W. Austin, (1. R E Park,
J E V .Matthews, V Chambers,
7. M Darnell, 7. TJ Lyon,
L S C ilyar, W 8 Gibbons,
8. M I' Reese, 8. R I) Vow,
II T Lewis, J JO MeMahon,
'.. W D Pike, 9. .1 PCobb,
V\ I. Simons, \S' I' Price,
10. WII Parsons, 10. -I W Barksdale,
E T Lawson. C A Cohen.
INDIANA.
AT 1 ai:ci:.
Delegates — Alternates —
T A Elendrickg, It W Hauna,
I: U Bell, W II 1) Hunter.
D W V.M.rhees,
Charles Dan by.
DISTRICTS.
1. 0 V Munzies, 1. A 11 Taylor,
- I' Loweustoin, .1 I. Tavlor,
2. .1 M Andrews; 2. .1 M Breen,
.- II Taylor, C F Atldn,
8. .1 H Brown; 3. C W Crnson,
G II 1) Gibson; 1) F Lemon,
4. E I) Bannister, 4. Cbarlei White,
.1 II Wo, Hop!, I. Rude.
5. '1' W VVolten, 5. A Heuvinridgc,
I' II McCormiek, II .1 tYltuj,
6. W A" Hi, ■!>!•■, 0. Win. v, wklrk,
Harry Wysor, J U PolK,
7. OB [lord. 7. Andrew Hogau,
Peter Lister, Ernest I'.mt,
8. T F Davidson. 8 S T I'mitt,
C F Mi-Nutt, James Wright,
9. .1 W Brunt, 9. W .1 Morris,
S S l):illey, I' M Householder,
10. Clinton Chamber- 10. 15 Conger,
lain,
A L Jones, C B Knowlton. «
11. 1) Yenprl»g, ' 11. L Blumenth*!,
Hugh Dougherty, & M Jackson,
12. Herman Freypang.lS. II C Pressley,
Henry Colerick, .
13. Hudson Beck, 13. I. A Barnatly,
Daniel McDonald, Robert Myler,
IOWA.
AT iIiRGK.
Delegates — Alternates —
I. t; Kluue, John Dun combe,
E H Thuyer. Charles V'uelker.
11 H Trimble, II C Bowman; '
D M Harris. W 11 Butler.
DISTRICTS.
1. i; R Smith, 1. Goo. Jamierson.
ijohn Walbank, E A Howard,
g, W r Brannan, 2. II U Locart,
1. B WaiUeigh, Dr N b Cotton,
8. FShroeder, 3. F M Carr,
P C Dithlefsen, J L..w,tv,
4. F D Bayless, 4. M B Head rick,
A 0 DoolltUe, S D Chase,
5. G J Boal, 5. A J Morrison,
John Ryder, J W Terry,
6. 1. B Perry, 6. W T Dart,
E II Glbbs; A C Evans,
7. L \V Goode, 7. J O'Mahauna,
.i R North, .i E Andrews,
8. J H Ducgun, S. N E Rideusur,
William Bardley, F S Gardner,
9. Dan Famll. '.'. A B Keith,
.1 M Km inert, J B Ratliin,
10. N B Hyatt, 10. H C McCoy,
John Cleggett; J II Buttolph,
11. RMGuthfie, 11. EC Palmer,
r 0 Cassidy. - F D Hicgs.
KANSAS.
AX LARGE.
Delegates — Alternates —
Gov i, \\ 'lick, F w Frasius,
W C Perry, John Foster,
I p Fenlon, N Beason,
Thomas. Hudson, W H Coe,
districts. ,
1. C C Burns, 1. James Graham,
• rroil. \\ ( |i;itts.
2. BJ Sheridan, 2. ASDeveany,
9. C C Black, ' 3. v J Bans,
8. C C Bhuk. 8. M MrEwwj.
A Matthewson, PMannin,
I II X Norton, 4. 2 B Kraemer,
:atn, J W StOOtt.
5. A II Martin, 5. William Hendrfx.
F. A Hallowell, J T Elliot,
C. J A Sclwffer, 6. F M Harris,
J II >( h;. kr. J W Bertram,
7. A F Petition, . 7. .' W Smith,
C F Diileudecker, H Bickle, •
KENTUCKY.
AT .LARGE. ;. ; .
Delegates — ' Alternates-
Henry Watterson,"'; Charles Reid, .
T L Jones, ; ' : . Jacob Corbett, Jr.,
JAMcKenzie, / ' J GBecham, .
JS Johnston, i '' A Young, •
. " '"' i DISTRICTS.
1. J D White, l'.WFGrayot,
R A Burnett, „ J M Quigley,
2. Hunter .Wood, ;2. FM Baher,
W D Orr, Montjr. Merritt,
3. W B Jefferson, 3. G B Stockdale,
Win. Qwsley, Sr., M D Hay, : ';•.•,
4. W C McChord, 4. D M Smith,
A J Grass, , Gus Richardson,
5 J (i Roche, 5. S E English,
T H/Sherley, F S Briscoe,
6. L O Norman, 6. J T McClure,
¥ B HelnJ, W F Peake,
7. Attilla ('■•:, 7. Clay,
T.I Megibben, John Gillespie,
8. WG Welsh, 8. R H Tomlinson,
Edwarl McKee, E H Gaither, .:■..;.;.;
9. $3 Bradford, 9. Frank Freese,
i : Janus llines, R L Yantis, ■
10. Lew.B Apperson, 10. John Baker,
GiUcrt Garrard, T G Stuart,
11. T L Oats,- 11. SE Jones,
J 'i Montgomery, Robert Gibson,
~ LOUISIANA.
AT LAKGE.
/■Delegates — Alternates —
E A Burke, J A A Gumby,
B F Jones, R C Wickliffe.
DISTRICTS.
1. JFitzpatrick. 1. Zach Baclicmin,
•' Thomas Duffy, R. Brewster,
2. PMealey, " 2. J W Patton,
J D Houston, Ed Scannell,
3. C D Cattery, 3. II McCall,
3 A Ware, • 3 A Smith,
4. James Jeffreys, 4. J F Smith,
W II Ware. J F Taylor,
5. lit' Golden ? 5. JN Kennedy,
C Newton, Fred Hudson,
6. Charles Parlange, G. C J Barrow,
E T Louis, J N Thompson.
MAINE.
.AT LARGE.
Delegates — Alternates —
Payson Tucker, J T Bayson,
D B Hastings, W M Rust.
DISTRICTS.
1. • 1. •
2. D Rundlett, 2. P M Whitmore,
C II Obgood, G S Ilolman,
3. T II Swazer, 3. J B Redman,
4. A J Chase, 4. *
Jno Southworth.
MARYLAND.
AT LAKGE.
J L Carroll, C J M Gwynn,
Richard Hynson, William Walsh.
DISTRICTS.
1. RFBrattan, ••4. Frederick Raine,
•Ihs Derrlckson, J J Fenton,
2. D N Hemming, 5. George Wells,
J S Wirt, Flllmore Beall,
3. it J Slater, 6. H W Talbott, ■
W J Montague, G S Haminill. ;J;>-
MASSACHUSETTS.
• AT LAKGE.
Delegates — Alternate — • •
Ex-Gov Butler, . Albert Palmer,
E .1 G Abbott, TH Devlin,
M -I McCafferty, Reuben Noble,
J E Delaney, A A Haggett. "
DISTRICTS.
1. J W Cummings, 1. D S Sullivan,
C A W Costing, G W McLaughlin,
2. A C Drinkwater, 2. J D Richards, /
W L Douglas, J W Hart, ■ t
3. Patrick Ma'guire, 3. M M Cuuniff,
F 0 Prince, F E Masrullion, i
4. T.I Denny, 4. W A Fobs,
WP Carroll, David Flynn,
5. J W Coyeuey, 5. A A Hoyt,
J M Wood, " C L Randall,
0. A A Mower, 6. E F Pierce,
P S Donovan, P J Maguire,
7. II II Hale, 7. Sampson Levy,..
D N Crowley, F E Hives, •
8. * 8. *
9. J W.Corcoran, 9. KB PTay,
C G Lewis, II C Stark '
10. J E Estabrook, 10. E A Harris,"
John Hopkins, AII Wheeler, ' ,
11. FJ Pratt, 11. J B O'Donnell,
I.I! Morse, J R Con ant.
12. G H Bloloch, 12. Lawson Slblev, '
A L Perry,. C II Ingalla,
MICHIGAN.
AT LARGE.
Delegates — Altcrnatcs-r-
I ETarsney, Theodore Rent/, „
OVV Powers, L -Rutherford,
0 M Barnes, C H Richmond,
A P Swineford, < rf J D Ti'rubull.
I DMTKICTS/ r;" .
1. D J Cam par "J,.. August Summer,
.mini Harrison, ",'W.F Stoflet,
2. Col F M Holloway, 2. • Bubemerborn, •
James Strong, ' /I R Whitman,
3. M Schoemaker, / S. i. M Powell,
Devlllo Hubbard> II I) Pease],
4. (11 Kimmcrlee, 4. II C Rockwell,
F E Stevens, J . &. Joseph X Riles,
5. 11 B Peek, *' ' 5. Thomas Heffron,
JII Wbitbey, ' •' A X Tower, ■
. 6. M L Bairg, . . C. H N Spacer,
A.) EddY, Jj D L Davis,
7. E 0 Stevenson, 7. C B Parker.
M 'J' Brabb, Mark (Jarrington,
8. J X Wright, 8. Cornelius Bennett
J \V Turner, T S Potter,
,9. X R Blacker, 9. X A Ulina,
DE Soper, W P Nosbitt,
10. 8 0 Fisher, 10. W L Churchill,
C P Black, II D Wilson,
11. W P Preston, 11. Hugh McLaughlin
0 W Powers, A E Banks.
MINNESOTA.
AT LAKOE.
Delegates — Alternates —
P II Kelly, W <; Robertson,
X A Jones, • (i N Fish,
C t McDonald, E P Barnum,
M Dofan, F O'Leary,
DISTRICTS.
1. WJWhipple, 1. John Frank, ;
Cook, MS Emery,
2. John c Wise, 2. C McKanna, .
Henry Poehler, Gen Meagh'er,
3. "W M Campbell, 3. .1 M twicer,
0 N Baxter, II A Park,
4. R A Smith, 4. A D Perkins,
E W Durant, . "William- Quinn,
5. T X Heenan, 5. L Emmett,
A Guruon, P M Graff,
MISSISSIPPI.
AT LARGE.
Delegates — Alternates
Gen EC Walhet, RC Patty,
Col C E Hooker, Robert Seal,
Col R O Teuolds, W I Martin,
Dr W 1) Kierue, C E Wright,
DISTRICTS.
El. C A Johnston, 1. J T Harrisson,
.las Kanconnon, J. M BOOBS,
2. W C Faulker, 2. Eugene Johnson,
James Faut, .1 S Barlay,
3. W A Perry, 3. W A Pillock,
,1 V Walton. J V Walton. Jr.,
4. W B Barker, 4. W II Kimbrough,
X F Balloway, G%H Letter,
5. M A Henry, 5. J Horn,
F Peters, SI. Do, 1,1.
6. DC Bramlett, 6. (i A Tuenson,
C H Wood, W W Moore,
7. 1. M Baldwin, 7. 11 Casstdy,
X H Henry, W Buchanan,
MISSOURI.
AT LARGE.
. Delegates — Alternates —
Morrison Mumford, T T Crittendon,
John O'Day, C II Hardin,
C II Mausur, J D Fox.
D R Francis, ' JG Priest,
DISTRICTS.
1. W H Sears, 1- D M Jewett.
.1 (I Howard, T S Marshon,
2. E M Haiver, 3. J B Aolt.
P .' Carmody, 1 C Wallace,
3. Mr. Gentry. " 3. Dr T Brown,
T II Frame, II C Duncan,
4. Waller Young, 4. David Ray,
l.cvi Rook, Jno Brasfield,
: 5. 1" I. Martin, 5. James McDaniels,
R E Collins, S B Williams,
C. B F H. avis. 6. J S Thompson,
T II Bascom, E W Stevens,
7. Henry Clark, 7. J >" McClellan,
•I II Garth, Adam Wall,
5. E A Noonan. S. C Yon der Ahe,
H F Harrington, Frank Mahan,
9. David Caruth, 9. L A Ste&cr,
C C C Maffltt, Jerry Coanler,
10. Jasper Burks, 10. M A Brennan,
Paul Younsr, Z J Mitchell,
11. F. B Bwf] _. 11. A- 7 Hibbard,
W M Lennox, T X Bradford,
I 12. R T Railey, 12. E T Roy,
".*.. J L Pace, " WBShelton,
13. 0 D Knox, 13. A S Stanley,
; W H Phelps, JTTell,
14. Newton Morrison, 14. X R Smith,
I Aii Lavingaion, 0 VoaKotciiUtziy.
THE ST. PAUL DAILY GLOBE TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 1, 1884:.
''• :■■•.••.;;: NEBRASKA. V^;V '''.".' ; :
' : '. /" " ' V AT LARGE.' "'.'';-'.''',' : -
J Sterling Morton, " WII Minger, ;"<
Ja* E Boyd, - - Tobias Castor,
Y-i .:;■>, districts.
1. G P Marvin, _ 3. Patrick Fahey, .
J A Creighton,' ■ J G Higgins,
2. RABeatty, ..'
A J Ritteu house.
NEVADA.
Delegates — " Alternates —
D E McCarthy, V RE Doran
EFHardesty/ , Chas Green,
J II Denis, J B Moore,
R Sadler, T X Hopkins,
T Lemon,' -\v E Copeland,
Matt Cauavan, J Farrell.
NEW HAMPSHIRE.
-AT LARGE.
Delegates — . Alternates —
Frank Jones,iipi| L T Haley,
F A ; McKean, S C Forsaith,
Henry O Kent C F Rowell,
A W Sulloway, " C R Jameson.
:■'.■•:. DISTRICTS. ' .
1. Patrick Fahey, 5. Harry Bingham,
JFCioutman, II W Parker.
NEW JERSEY. I
AT LAKGE.
Senator McPherson, Gov Abbett,
James Smith, i Atty Gen Stockton.
y.'o / DISTRICT^/
1. A J Steed man, -: 5. TJFlynn, ~
Is F Crean, ~i' ■.■■ C F Randolph,
2. H B Smith, . ! . 6. R H Harrigan,
R M J Smith, : i Gottfried Kreuger,
3. Williard Ross, ' .7/ Orestes Cleveland,
S V Brown, . ~ / Martin Steljes,
4. M C Swa.lt/.eller, : ' John Carpenter, Jr.
: NEW YORK.
AT LfrfOZ.
Delegates— —ffy ''''.' Alternates —
Daniel Manning* William Dorsheimer,
Edward Cooper, " R A Titus,
J C Jacobs, :.'•': C A Parsons,
L B Fsulkner, W A Ponelier.' ,
• ■ . ' jp ' DISTRICTS.
Delegates — ' Alternates —
1 . B W Dcwling,
J H Button,
2. Felix Campbell,
J V McKane,
3. W C Kinesley,
A N White,
4. H J Cullen, H W Winter,
Jnmcs Kane, ■ •II M Elliott,
• 5.. Michael O'Keefe, G II Lindsley,
• AM Bliss, H Van Ness,
0. M C Murphy, R B Mooney,
L. Cozzens, William Hall,
• 7.. A S Hewitt, Nicholas Muller,
■ .August Bulmont, Edward Kearney,
8. Michael Norton, J F Wiggins,
TFGrady, Richard Croker,
9. John Keenan, James Carr,
10. H 0 Thompson, John Quinn,
W R Travers, P H Dugro,
11. John Kelly, J J Gorman,
J R Fellows, W A Boyd,
12. W C Whitney, William Kenney,
J. J. O'Donohue, ' W B Cochran,
13. A .] White, U L Beattie,
I John McQuade, Edward McCue.
14. W (i Stahlnecker,
:f G D San ford.
15. Peter Ward, J C Odell,
/ Andrew Jackman,J C Cleary,
10. S J Tilden, Jr, S J McMahon.
/ George Williams,
17. F X Gilbert, J R Borees.
OB Parker. J M Wylie.
18. Ed Murphy, Jr, F M Ardor.
Robert Hamilton. W L Morey.
19. Erastus Corning, J A McCaull, Jr,
A B Banks, J W McEwen,
20. J W Green, . Richard Fuller.
E W Page, John Carniichael.
21. S M Weed, W E Smith,
II E Gray. R M Trumbull.
22. Dan Magonc,
John Lansing.
23. James Stephens, J B Cushman,
C D Moore. TV Steers.
24. 1! Thompson, James Ryan,
( i us Mahan, Alonzo Coon.
25. H J Mow
L J Fitzgerald.
20. J. C Seer. J C Truemon.
Ii ,1 Elliott, C C Reinecke.
27. II D Bruvvster, William Rowe.
S N Go! lot.
28. David B Hill, A H Cuttle.
E C Apcar.
29. John Flanagan,
M A Leary.
30. William Purcell, William McNealey,
. Jacob Gerling. B H Harpending.
81. James Hanlon, George Eckerson,
J D Dane. C Bissell.
32. Samuel Childs, W P Taylor.
Daniel Lockwood. Daniel Odell.
33. J M Wiley, J D Youmans,
David Miller. Stephen Weed.
34. B D Murray, C H Corbett,
J W McMahon. E C Howard.
NORTH CAROLINA.
AT LAKGE.
Delegates — Alternates —
Thomas Ruffin, RJ McAden,
J S Carr, W R Steele,
\V F Dortch, C M Coolie,
G II Brown, Richard Pearson,
DISTRICTS.
1. EF Lamb, 1. Ll, Lamb.
W G Lamb. A Oaksmith.
2. H G Williams, 2. *
T L Emery,
3. Not yet elected. 3. *
4. P F Fulson. 4. *
W W Fuller.
5. A B Galloway, 5. A J Boyd.
S Bizton. W A Bobbett,
6. T Stranger 0 S T McDonald,
3 T Legrand, Walter Neal.
7. T E Strobe?, 7. G F Shepherd,
M II Pinnex. Joseph Williams,
8. B C Cobb, 8. B T McAden,
H D Lee. H. D. Lee.
9. A M F.rwin, 9.. Frank Cot,
Cope Ellias. J G Martin.
OHIO.
AT LARGE.
Delegates — Alternates —
Gen Durbiu Ward, W n Howard,
Allen G Thurman, Thomas Metiler.
John R' McLean, A I) Marsh,
Jacob Mueller. Daniel Flannagan.
DISTRICTS.
1. D J Dalton, 1. Fred Herman,
L G Bernard. James Polland.
2. J J Brady, ■ % 2. S P Kineon,
•I C Riley. " P J Clark.
3. R J Sorg, 3. J S Brunaugh,
Wiu Dcchart Henry Miller.
4. W D McKenney, 4. C N Vallandigham
JCTurbln. J A Kerr.
5. M D Shaw, 5. C M Le Blond,
Jacob Forbing. ' Joseph Warvel.
6.G11 Marsh. ' 6. *
O D Willt tt.
; 7. Samuel Hough, 7. J C Tobias,
.1 W Norton.- Rocwdl Lease.
" S. C Con tine, 8. L H Baldwin,
J II Martin. John Kinane,
9. S X Donovan, 9. J J Hopkins,- .
S N McCloud. Allen Levering.
10. W E Haynea, 10. Benj. Reese,
J H McGee. John Strickland.
11. J*CShoemhe, 11. J M Talle,
R M Deely. Judge Bean.
12. W A Hatching, 12. J W Washburn,
B F Ellsberry. Dr Pierce.
18. S G Thompson, 13. Lewis Htinmlller,
9 Charles Rose. Albert Rose.
14. -T 8 Huffman. ' 14. A J Davidson,
B A Dun bar, ' William Shober,
16. <; M Jewett, 15. John Hardy, '
C 8 Brady, ,; V C H Matthews,
16. W T Albe'rson, 16. D W Vail.
F S Reefy. C N Goumer.
17. ♦ 17. *
IS. W S Holts, IS. C M Deiley,
Dan McConville. J M Astep"
19. I) P Woods, 19. E E Nash,
S P Fisher. A M Whitaker.
20. Ben De Sen berg, 20. M L Rudisell
8 3 Shields, J F Merchant,
21. .1 II Farley, 21. T Reily,
WW Armstrong. Charles Strevcr.
Oregon.
AT LARGE.
L L McArthur, V P Strode,
W C Cook. A E White,
PFHogan, T L Poster.
PENNSYLVANIA.
at l.\r<;e.
William F Harrity, Eckley B Coie,
William A Wallace, Benj F Meyers.
James. Barr. William H Sowden.
DISTRICTS.
1. Robt ,S Patterson, . 15. George A Post,
George McGowan. ' James W Platt.
2. Walter Maguire, 16. R R Allen,
John H Reed. . ;E L Keenan. . ;: :
3. Wm FMcCclly, 17. L D Woodruff,
Jotn M CarapbelL . AH CoSrotb. .
4. . Samuel Josephs, . 18. . D A Orr,
1 Thos J Delnhanty. ■.'•:.-,. Joseph C Barrett.
'5. Michael Egau, >19.-T B Sexton, :, -
' '■' JohnFullerton. » V Edward Z Ziegler.
6. J L Fordwood, \ 20. W W Rankln ,
Ezra Evans. .;: Harry a Hall: ':
.7. Chas Hunsicker, 21. John A Marchant,
: George Ross. . T B Searlght.
8.- George Smith, Jr, 22. Patrick Foley, >
. George F Daer. , GilbertTßafferty.
9. B F Davis, 23. Malcom Hay,
.William Patton. - William Dixon.
10. Edward Harvey, 24. Jus B R Streator,
Win Mutehler. / . JnoM Buchanan.
11. David Loweuberg, 25. E D Graff, :
R R Fruit. V , John F Brown. ,
12. J X Bogert, 26. Walter Pierce, ; ;\
I H Burns. JnoL McKinney.
13. ; James Ellis," 27. Benj Whitman, ■:
William A Marr. Chas N Noyes.
14. A J Dull, v "
W L DeWart, Sr. (
RHODE ISLAND.
AT LAKGE.
C II Page, JBBarnaby, >
J Christie, Thomas McGuire, Jr
DISTRICTS.
1. John Waters, " ~ 2. Elisha Matthewson, .
Edward Smith, David S Baker.
SOUTH CAROLINA.
AT LAKGE.
Wade Hampton, F W Dawson, - .' '
CH Saber, L Youmaps.
DISTRICTS.
1. WSt J Jervey, '5. G J Patterson,
♦ J F Islar, Boykin,
2. J W Moore, . 6. PL Breeden,
D S Henderson, ATHarilee,
3. W F Magee, 7. J H Earle,
C Cary, C E SinMer. :
4. W B Stanley,
J B Cleveland,
TENNESSEE.
AT LAKGE.
Delegates — Alternates
Albert A McNeal, JR Goodwin, '
T L Williams, S E Rose, .
S S Champion, J P Neal, :.'(-':
John F House, - J W Wallace,
•^i'K'r;, DISTRICTS. - ■' '
1. W S Dickens, 6. W A Quarles,
John Slack, G J Kinney,
2. T W Henderson, 7. L E Polk,
J C Cawood, T E Haynes,
3. J H Savage, 8. II W McCorry,
James Johnson, II C Towns,
4. R. T. McLane, 9. F P Bond,
D W Dingess, T E Richardson,
5. T R Myers, 10. L E Wright,
J C New, DKReddlck.
TEXAS.
. AT LAKG E.
Delegates— Alternates —
Gov R B Hubbard, AW Terrell,
D C Gidding, F S Stbckdale,
Thomas J Brown, W G Sterrett,
J P Smith. G W Russ.
DI3TEICTS.
Delegates — . Alternates—
LOT Holt, i: A Faulkner, .
J H Henderson, S R Perryman,
2. T T Gammage, 2. T F Munchisson,
T A Dunn, F H Bailey,
3. M Kretz, 3. J G Kirby,
H M Cote, f J H Davis. *
4. J B Donahue, 4. W T Higgins,
M Adams. , Dr 8 M Wilson.
5. Silas Hale, 5. CH Potter,
Meade. J A Carroll.
6. J W Foys, 6. W L Cabell,
J W MeFarland. A A Wilson.
7. N S Gussell, . 7. S C Morris,
C C Sweeney. John Laing.
8. R A Ford, 8. S C Patton,
W H Burgess. W P Liscomb.
9. L C Alexander, 9. HP Robertson,
E J Simpkins. T D Penry.
10. J E Dwver, 10. L B Johnson,
Henry Eall. - W A Proctor.
11. J R Fleming, 11. J S Straugh,
C Bell. J B Wiggins.
VERMONT.
AT LAKOE.
R B Smalley, F H Bascom,
J C Burke. Amos Aldrich.
. ..
DISTRICT*.
1. J H Hanrahan, 2. G L Spear,
J A Brown. W A Richardson.
VIRGINIA.
AT LARGE. ,
Delegates — ;?' Alternates — .
J S Barbour, Uriah Terrill,
J T Harris, *\ II E Pritou,
R F Biiirue, J 0 Newberry, .
Page McCarthy. " J T Goolrich.
DISTRICTS. ■':';/
1. W A Thorn, 0. J R Thurman,
Dr W Walker, P C Edmunds,
2. J B B Hope, 7. M McCormack,
J II nogart, S W Southall,
3. 811 Nash, \ 8. Robert Beverly, .
B A Hancock, . C E Stuart,
4. P W McKemay, 9. D 8 Pierce,
S W Venables", R A Ayers,
5. C G Tipton, 10. S J Graham,
. C G Holland, Taylor Berry.
WEST VIRGINIA. '..
AT LARGE.
Lewis Baker, ' B F Harlow,
Joe Van Metre, J II Leonard.
DISTRICTS.
1. W E Lively, 3. Frank Hereford,
Edward McDonald, Wesley Monahan.
2. H G Davis, I 4. C. T. Beal,
C E Wells, George Thompson.
WISCONSIN.
AT LARGE. ./i}. ; ,.";
Delegates — Alternates—
W F Vilas, / ND Fratt,
E S Bragg, J W Carry,
J S Jenkins, T R Hudd,
J M Merriam, j G N Cate.
I DISTBICTS.
Delegates Alternates —
1. J R Doolittle, 1. Fred Robinson,
Aaron Rogers, W II Booth,
2. AKDelany,' 2. Richard Mertze,
B S Potter, i Edwin Hnrlbut,
3. D S Rose, 3. Thomas Kennedy,
R M Bashford, WP Bragg, "
4. John Black, 4. Fred Reitb'rock,
Charles Freeman, Thomas Shea,
5. A L Gray, 5. Carl H Schmidt,
Carl Ziller, • ." Joe Darbellay,
6. G W Pratt, 6. A H Krueger, '
George Kreisa, '
7. J W Lusk, 7. FA Carfield,
J R McCullum, I G E Harrington,
8. W H Smith, {■ 8. J D Putnam,
G F Freeman, H H Hayden,
9. Alexander Brazeau,9. H M Loomed,
L Marcbitt, Peter Doyle.
ARIZONA.
DELEGATES. .%.: :
W X Meade, G H Ouray.
DAKOTA,
DELEGATES.*
F M Zieback, Maj MeCormick.
ALTERNATES.
Fred Stearne, « None chosen.
MONTANA.
DELEGATE-! „
Samuel Ward, 8 T Hau9er.
UTAH.
DELEGATES.
Bausf ord Smith, J R Whilklns-
WASniNGTOT.
DELEGATES.
X A Kuhn, J W Offleld-
TILDEN AND HENDRICKS.
Preparations Being: Made in New York
. ; lor a Tiltlen Boom.
New York, June 30. — .John E. Ireland,
one of the movers in the Tilden-Hendricks
boom, said this afternoon : The sub-com
mittee charged with perfecting the plans to
nominate Tilden and Hendricks is at pres
ent in session. . We have received a number
of letters from prominent Democrats, but !
they will not be made public until more are
received. We don't believe in this
mere firing of pop-guns, we want to make a i
crand display. A meeting of the tempo- |
rary committee will be held this evening, i
but where I cannot say, for purpose of
organization and to make aarangements for
a mass meeting. Four stands will be erected
at Union square. The nomination of the old
ticket at Chicago would undoubtedly be re
ceived with a ereat deal of enthusiasm. Til
dec's letter of declination was a personal mat
ter. We intend to appeal to his patriotic
feelings. His election ; would condone the
wrongs of 1576. .
Ranchmen's Trouble with Indians.
Chetopa, Kan., June 30.— There is great
consternation among stockmen bavin?
ranches in the Indian territory. The' sheriff
of the Cherokee nation with a squad of Indi
ans has been taking down all the wire fenc
i ing that encloses larger tracts than fifty acres,
■ that being the limit allowed by an act" of the ,
| Cherokee council. The sheriff confiscates all |
wire he take* down. The sheriff began work '
south «of - Coffeyville, and > is ' taking- f down '
dean as he comes east. Thousands of miles !
of fencing has been 'removed. The Indians
seem to mean • business, and 1 evidently pro
liose to eject all intruder*. , ' ;
GOOD WORK. .
Fredericks, the lowa Democrat,
Seated and Wilson Sent
Home.
The Bill Authorizing: the Construction
of a Bridge at St. Paul
Agreed to.
The Fortification Bill Calls Out Quite a
Lengthy Discussion in the
House.
tTolin S. Wise, Representative at Large
from Virginia, Will Retain His
Seat in the House.
Tlie Senate.
"Washington, June 30. — Senator Slater,
from the committee on public lands, sub
mited a report to accompany the bill forfeit
ing unearned lands granted to the Northern
Pacific railway. The report, he said, was not
unanimous and the minority would submit
its views.
Senator Morgsn, of the committeoon pub
lic lands, reported adversely the bill to grant
public lands to survivors of the Mountain
Meadow'massaere. Senator Morgan said the
committee was satisfied if a valid claim ex
isted against the government arising out of
the massacre it was not a claim that should
be compensated in public lands, but in
money. Calendar.
Senator Cameron, Pennsylvania, called
up bis resolution heretofore submitted, dis
charging the finance committee from further
consideration of the bill for the retirement
and recoinage of trade dollars. On the mo
tion to agree to the resolution, Senator Mer
rill called for the yeas and nays, which re
sulted, yeas 21, nays 28, so the resolution
v.as not agreed to.
Senator Cameron, of Pennsylvania, intro
duced a joint resolution directing the secre
tary of the treasury to purchase not to exceed
ten million trade dollars at face valuc,paying
therefore standard silver dollars, pending the
purchase to be made prior to Sept. Ist, 1884.
Senator Morrill objected and the matter went
over.
The secretary of the senate was directed to
ask for the recall from the house of the bill
granting right of way to the Southern Kan
sas Railroad company through the Indian
territory, in order that the senate may order
a committee conference on it.
The senate took up the house bill to limit
to two years the time within which prosecu
tion may be instituted against persons
charged with violating internal revenue laws.
It was amended by substituting three years
for two and passed.
Bills were reported favorably and placed
on the calendar, to provide for the sale of
lands belonging to prairie bands of Pottawa
time Indians, Kansas, for the erection of a
public building at Akron, Ohio; increasing
from $100,000 to $175,000, the amount here
tofore allowed for public building at Fort
Wayne, Ind.
The senate then proceeded to the consider
ation of the river and harbor bill.
A reduction proposed by the senate com
mittee in the amount for continuing the im
provement of the Kentucky river from
$200,000 to $175,-000 was disagreed to and
the original sum was restored. Debate was
suspended while the joint resolution passed
for the continuance of. appropriations for
live days from June 30. Senator Allison re
marked that this resolution was based on tbe
expectation of an adjournment Saturday.
If that expectation was not realized further
evtensiou would become necessary.
The consideration of the river and harbor
bill was resumed.
One of the amendments proposed by the
senate committee was that $250,000 of the
$1,250,000 appropriated for continuing the
improvement of the Mississippi river should
be donated to the harbor of Memphis.
Senator Jones moved to amend thi3 provi
sion so as to make the Memphis appropria
tion a separate and independent one, leav
ing the $1,250,000 to be all applied to the
river at large. But the senate decided to
stand by tlie committee's amendment and
voted down that offered by Senator Jones.
Senator Coke, from the committee on
commerce, reported favorably, to be acted
upon by next 6CBsion, a bill to provide for
the improvement of the channel between
Galveston harbor and the Gulf of Mexico.
The senate adjourned, after having dis
posed of committees amendments, leaving
the other amendments to be proposed to
morrow.
Tlnxwe of JlepremmtaHve*.
Washington, June 30. — Mr. Washburn
submitted the conference report on the bill,
authorizing the construction of a bridge
across the Mississippi, at St. Paul. Agreed to
Mr. King introduced a bill appropriating
$200,000 to prevent the introduction of
cholera into the United States.
In the lowa contested election case of
Fredericks vs. Wilson, the house committee
on elections, by a vote of 6to 5, decided to
report in favor of Fredericks. ,
Mr. Randall introduced a joint resolution,
providing that all appropriations for neces
sary operations of the government under ex
isting laws, which shall remain unprovided
for after June 30, 18*4, shall be continued
aiid made available for a period of live days
from and after that date, unlens the regular
appropriation bills now pending shall have
been previously enacted. Passed.
, The conference report on the Indian ap
propriation bill appropriates $5,859,402. The
house provision for the abolition of the office
of inspector and the detail of five army of
ficers to act as inspectors was stricken out.
The house went into ceramittee of the
whole on the fortification bill.
Mr. Horr favored the majority report of
the committee, advocating particularly the
items of $1,000,000 for -beginine; the con
struction of new forts in the deep water
harbors of the country, $300,000 for begin
ning new forts in more shallow ports, and
$1,000,000 for the procurement of heavy steel
rifle guns.
Mr. Cox, of New York, suggested a com
promise as to the amount of the appropria
tion and opposed the senate proposition for
the construction ot new cruisers.
Mr. Fiuerty supported the majority report.
He believed the national defenses were so de
pleted that it became the duty of every pa
triot, irrespective of party, to lift his voice in
favor of the appropriation for coast fortifica
tions. Economy was a virtue, but an econ
omy which proposed to have the country free
and independent and prosperous simply by
the toleration of foreign powers ceased to be
an economy and became closely allied 'to
treason. . Was this the spirit of the nation
which refused the right of search upon the
seas? "Was this the spirit which, against
overwhelming obstacles, carried the immor
tal flag into the hall of the Montezuinas? He
abhorred th« spirit of economy practiced to
the extent of nisgardness. It not only im
periled but degraded the patriotism of the
nation. He did not want to be identified
with any party which squarely set its face
against the defense of the country, against
insult or invasion of a foreign enemy. - In
conclusion, he said: "You, representatives
of this great and gallant nation, which has
turned its back on no foe, and has ever been
victorious, you of the gatllant south and you
the independent and sturdy north, this is
not a party question. It is a question of the
whole nation. Let us close our ranks and
give to ' people of Ma . country the assur- j
: ance that here in this chamber sits a patriotic
1 and not a partisan assembly. \ Let us fortify
I our sea cost, and then we can say to all the
powers of Europe.come on and you will find,
aa the Persians found in '_ Greece, that every !
: spot of our soil shall be the grave • "of a hero
or invader. That every spot of soil shall \be
held sacred to liberty, and that the Ameri- '
can army can prove | again its supremacy in
! the sunlight of - liberty :■ and place : the stars
j and stripes in glory 'above any empire which
| seeks to pollute oar soil with the . head of " its
mercenary hosts."' . [Applause.] - .'
I Hi- Hokum criticu«d the . provisions of j
the majority bill, and the principle on ■which
it was founded. When it was considered
that the country was at peace with all the
world, and was free from any entangling
foreign alliances, the American people could
not sympathize with the effort of the present
congress to create a great navy and make
great preparation for national defense in
event of a contest arising. The torpedo sys
tem, and not the system of coast fortifica
tions, would be the agency by which our
harbors would be defended. The experi
ence of the civil war had shown the defences
were improvised as occasion required, and
that money spent in great fortifications had
been wasted, The forts on the Mississippi
river constructed with the greatest care, had
not been able to stop the progress of even an
ordinary wooden ship. There was no excuse,
there was no justification in taking from the
people their hard earned money for the pur
pose of initiating the policy which in foreign
countries, had produced woe and agony to
mankind.
Mr. Follet advocated the minority bill de
claring the policy of the majority bill was
that America should follow in the footsteps
of Europe. The appropriation in the latter
bill were but the entering wedge, and if
$3,000,000 were appropriated this year a
much larger sum would be asked for in fu
ture years. There was no danger of an in
vasion of this country. The masses of the
people of the world were in sympathy with
the people of America, and they would be
the last people attacked by foreign nations
lest there be reactions at home more destruc
tive than any disturbance accomplished by
dynamite. He had no fear of any nation
on earth, even though the United States had
not a gun or a ship on the sea.
Mr. Dorshcimer advocated the majority
report, and said it was within the power of
several European governments to bombard
every American city on the Atlantic sea
coast. The Mississippi river wa3 deep enough
to float the heaviest battle ship up to Natchez,
and cities along that stream would be as
much at the mercy of European fleets as
would New York or Philadelphia. He
condemned the policy of false economy, and
asked what was to be done with the vast sur
plus which monstrous taxation brought into
the treasury. Every effort in this house to
reduce taxation had failed. He would go
home to his constituents, and when they
asked him what congress had accomplished,
he would be able to say that $600 had been
saved by cutting down the salaries of the
secretaries of legation, and £2,000 by cutting
down the salary of the minister at Rome.
The committee rose and Mr. Elliot, from
the committee on elections, reported a reso
lution declaring John S. Wise entitled to re
tain his seat as representative at large from
Virginia. The views of the minority were
presented by Mr. Turner. Ordered printed.
Mr. Rosecrans presented a conference
report on the bill to provide for the disposi
tion of abandoned and useless military res
ervations. Agreed to. Adjourned.
|S|Si|w THE GREAT ifpffri
CURES ■ .
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbago, Backache, Headache, Toothache,
Sore Throat, Mw«Ill»»«B,»lpraln»,llrnUo»,
lluriiH. N«nld». FrOSt Blt«s,
AND Al.i, OTIIKK HUDILY PAINS AND ACHES.
Sold l>v Druggists and D«»lers everywhere. Fifty Cent»» botUt,
DlreotiaDi in 11 Lauguig".
TUB CIIAItLEB A. VOttELER CO.
IRMtMimn A. VOCil at 'M i Hsltlaior*, 11(1., C. B. A.
LEGAL. ~ ~~
TATK OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OP RAMSEY
as. In Probate Court, special term, June 23, 1884.
In the matter of the estate of Charles E. Rlttenliouse,
di-ceased. r •'
On reading and flllnjr - the petition of Samuel W.
RllieuhuuHe of Georgetown, DUtrlot of ■ Columbia,
representing among other things, that CuarlonE. llll
tenbouse, late of Mid Georgetown. District of Colani
bin, on the l?th day of 'April, A. D. 1880, at Bald
GeorKetown, District of Columbia, died intcstnte, and
being an inhabitant of the county of 'Washington;
District of Columbia, at the time of hio death, iruviu*.
(foods, chattels and estate Within this county, and
that the said petitioner In one of the children of said
deceased, and praying, that administration of said
estate be to Charles £.' Klttenhouse of Saint Paul,
Minnesota, granted; ' ; , ..."
' It Is ordered, that said petition he heard before the
Judge of this court, on Thursday, the 17th day of
July, A. D. 1884, at ten o'clock a. m., at the Pro
bate office In said county.
Ordered further, that notice thereof be given to the
heirs of said deceased, and to all persons Interest
ed, by publishing a copy of this order for three . suc
cc.nslve we«kn, prior to said day of hearing,' In the
Daily Gi,ouk. a newspaper printed and published at '
Saint Paul In said county. .
By the Court, Wm. B. McGRORTY,
[L.s.l ■ ■ ; . ■ Judge of Probate. .
Attest: Frank Robert, Jr., Clerk. -V.,'.,:
John B. Olivieb, Attorney for petitioner.
Je24-4w-tue
OTATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF RAMSEY
O — 88. In Probate Court, special term, June 21,
1884. . ■
In the matter of the estate of Catherine Margaretha
Meusertichmldt, deceased.
. On reading and filing the , petition of William Mes
scrschmldt, representing;, among other thltigs, that
Catherln Margaretha M.'ss'iselnnldt, late of said
county, on the 19th day of June, A. I>. 1884, at Saint
Paul, In said county died ' intestate, and being an In
habitent of this county at the time of her death,
leaving goods, chattels and estate within this county,
and that the said petitioner Is the son of said de
ceased, and praying that administration of «ald estate
be to James A. Qulnn, or some other suitable person
granted:
It Is ordered, that said petition be heard before the
Judge •of this court, on Wednesday, the 16th day of
July, A. D. 1834, at ten o'clock a. m., at the Probate
office In said county.' .
Ordered further, that notice thereof be given tottic
heirs of said deceased, and to all persons Interested, .
by publishing a copy of this orderfor three successive
weeks prior to said day of bearing. In 'the Daily
fJ.Mip.E. a newspaper printed and published at Saint
Phul In said county. .'•'. ■;'■'.- '.■-'■ 5
By the Court, , : '. Y'i
WM. I!. McGRORTY, -.'
[L.E.I Judge Of Probate. •
Attest: Fraxk RonitßT, Jr., Clerk. Je2-4-4w-tuo
S'~T ATE Of MINNESOTA, DISTRhCT COURT
O Second Judicial District, County of RtUDgejk
Emllle Rauhut, plaintiff, against Gustave iUuhut,
defendant. . . '• V ..'
'.iC'-iPJ grMwoys. -■
The State of Minnesota uMsvWPltliovi! named defendant:
You are hereby summoned and required to answer
the complaint In this action, which has been tiled with
the clerk of said court, and to serve a copy of your
- answer to tin; said complaint on the subscriber, nt his
. office In Saint Paul. Ramsey county, Minnesota, within
thirty 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 apply to said
court for the relief demanded In said complaint.
Dated May 12. A. D. 1884.
. .■■-■■• F. T. WILDE/ ■
inay27-7w-tn Plaintiff's Attorney, St. Pan], Minn.
ATE OF MiN.VKSOTA. COOTTT O7BAUBET
O — ss. In Probate Court, special term, Jane 23,
1881.
In the matter of the guardianship of Oakcs Ames.
minor. ■
On reading and filing the petition of Annie 11. Hif?
glnfiou. guardian of the person and property of said
Oakes Ames, minor, for license to »ell the real estate
of her said ward, at private sale, and It appearing
from said petition that It: 1;; necessary ;<nd would be
beneficial to said ward that said real estate, or a part
. thereof, should be sold; ' .
It Is ordered, that the next of kin of the said ward
and all persons interested in the estate of said ward,
shall appear before said Probate Court, at the Pro
bate office. In the city of Saint Paul, In the county uf
Ramsey aforesaid, on the 7th day of August, A. D.
1894, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, to show cause
why a license should not be granted for the sale of
said real estate. . ■ ./"
- And It Is f nrther ordered, that a copy of this order
be personally served on the next of kin of said ward
residing In said Ramney, county, and on all per/tons
Interested In said estate, st least fourteen days before
the hearing of «ald petition as afore* aid, and by the
publication thereof for four successive weeks in the
Daily Globe, a newspaper printed and published at
tie city of Saint Paul in said Kameey county, the
last of which publications shall be at least fourteen
days before said day of hearing.
- By the Conrt. -:•.■-■•"";;
[L. ».J V;'--'' Wil. B. McGROBTT,
■ ; . Judge of Probate. .
Attest: Fba:oc Robirt. Jr.. Clerk. Je2t-4w-toe
WTATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF RAMSEY
O — as. In Probate Court, special term, Jnne 23, 1334-
In the matter of the estate of Mark E. Reeves, de
■ ceased.. ' x ' ' ■
- On reading and fillnr tbe petition of Caroline M.
Reeves and Arthur 41. Reeves, executors of tlie es
tate of Mark "" E." Benrea. ■ deceased, representing
among other things, tint t»iey:.tave fully ; adminis
tered said estate, and praying that a time and place
be fixed for examining sod allowing their account of
i administration, and for the assignment of the residue
of said estate to the derteees under the last will and
testament of said deceased;
It In ordered, that saM account be examined, and
petition beard.': by the Judge of tbls court, on Mon
day, the 2!-t day of Jn'.y, A. V. 1534, at ten o'clock a.
el; at the Probate otSce fn said county. '. '
. . And It Is further ordered, that notice • thereof be
Fives to an person) iotcrfsted, by publishing a copy j
of this order to- three successive weefcj prior to said
day of hear!;.".' tfce.Dwi/r Gm>bx,' a , newspaper, ■
printed anil published at Saint Pan], In said county.'- i
By the Conn, i ;' T SVM. B. McGRORTY,- ■ "
rl . - . . - - Judge of Probate.'
Attest: Fxaxk Robert . Jr., CIerkJ'VfISSSBSSGSB
H&BTOS * M 038180- Attorneys for executors.
jeM-iW-W i
: CONTRACT WORK. . > -
CONTRACT WORK^
Sewer on Tenth Street.
Ojtice or the Board ', or ; Public Works, I
City or St. Paul, Minn.. June 23, is*t. J •,';"
Sealed bids will be received by > the Board ' of '■/■
Public Works in and for the corporation Jof ;,tha}4
City of St. Paul, Minnesota,' at their office in said j£
city, until 12 m., on the 7th day .; of \ July, A. D. v '<
1884, for the construction of a sewer '; on 'Tenth v/
(10th) street, between ' Minnesota street < and Xi,
Cedar street, in said :; city, ' together with the 'if.
necessary catch basins and ; manholes^ 'according ; '
to plans and specifications on file in the office of -
said Board. ' , ■.: -J . . .: : .
. A bond with at least two (2) ..'sureties In a
sum of at least twenty, (20) per cent, the gross
amount bid must accompany each bid.
The said Board reserves the right to reject any
or all bidi. - ■ ' -
JOHN FARRINGTON, President.
Official: R. L. Gorman, v \ • Jr \ '
Clerk Board of Public Works. ,
. . 170-180 _ . '■'■•: .
CONTRACT WORK.
Sewer on Jactson Street.
Ojpice op, thb Board op PUBLIC 4 Works, '„. > ,
City oy St. Paul, Minn., JuneTsS,' 1884. f . ... ,
„ ' ■ ~ - -- . . ■■.--..- *-. „-.. .v- ,
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 7th dcy of July, A,
D. 1884, for the construction of a sewer on Jack-' I
eon street, from ' Fourteenth (14th) street to '
Fifteenth (15th) street in said city, together
with the necessary catch-basin 3. and ' manholes,
according to plans and specifications on file 'in
the office of said Board."'. .• '- -v- '.•;,.
■ A bond with at least two (2) sureties, in a sum
of at least twenty (20) per cent. . o' ; the. grosi ■
amount bid must accompany each bid. . . '
The said Board reserves the right to reject anj
or all bids. .
JOHN FARRINGTON, President.
Official;
K. L. Gobman, Clerk Board of Public Works.
;,:■; "" 176-186 ,
CONTRACT WORK.
Sewer on Oak, Street
Office of the Board op Public Works, . )
City op St. Paul, Minn., June 23d, . 1884. j
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 7th day of July, A. D.
1884, for the construction of a • sewer ; on , Oak
street, from Walnut street to Sherman -street, in, ,
said city, together with the necessary catch-ba- I
'gins and man-holes, according to plans and speci- .
fications on file in the office of said Board. ;
A bond with at least two (2) sureties, in a sum j
of at least twenty (20) per cent, of the' gross
amount bid must accompany each bid. • .. • 7 ,
The said Uoard reserves the right to reject any
or all bids. '. ■ •
JOHN FARRINGTON,
Official: .. President.
K. L. Gorman, Clerk Board of Public Works.
. .- ;■ 17C-185 :
CONTRACT WORK!
PaYiug and (Mini St.. Peter Street.
i. '' ""— -~~- :'.'.,■ ■■ ■ I
Opfice op the Board .op Public Works, ' . ,) .;.';
City of St. Paul, Minn., June 24, 1834. , 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 13 m., on the' 7th day. of July, Aj'-];
D, 1884, for the paving and ' curbing .of .^SJ..,;
Peter street, ' from Third Street to ' Martin btrejetv;
in raid city, with cedar blocks' and granite ■ it ,;'
New York blue stone curbs : according to plain ■■,
and specifications ■on file in ' the . office of su'j !■:
Board. : .' ;:,-•, : ..' „-. ', ■ . "':,. . ■ •,-■>■•,
A bond with at least two (2) .sureties, in/thaV
gum of at least twenty (20) per cent.' of. the KrcoM
amount bid must accompany each bid. . l/vViS
The said Board reserves the right to reject any' 1 :
or all bids. •.'.■.-• ;■' -\ ...'?.. v. i ; \ :l .ff:' t
■ JOHN FARRTNGTON, President. 'j • ,'';
Official : • .. ■..:■.:•••■•.•'.■.• ■ '- **? \\§W
R. L. GoitMA3f, Clerk Board 01 Public Wor^«.
oommcT '"Mdm;-.
Paying and Cnrtno: Broadway M
.- -. \ ; Mississippi; Streets/;
Oppict. of the Board op Public "Works, ) ■
City or St. Paul, Minn., June 24,' 1884. \
Sealed bids will be received • by the Board of! .
Public Works ' in and for the corporation of the I
city of St. Paul, Minnesota, at their office in said
city until 12 m. on the 7 th, day of July, , A. D. ,'
1884, for the paving and ;' curbing of Broadway '+
from Third ? street \to ' Mississippi | street, ' and <"
Mississippi street from Broadway to Grove street i
in said city, with ' cedar ■ blocks J and ij granite ■
or New York blue stone curbs, according to plans I
and specifications ■on file ,in : the '■ office of said
Board. -.■"'■/ ,''• •. ' -f : , ■ . ■
A bond with at least two (2) sureties In a sum . ' m
of at least' twenty (20) per cent, of the gross \
amount bid mast accompany each bid. ' '_', '
The said Board reserves the right to reject any v
or all bids. • .
JOHN FARRINGTON; President.
Official: - :■...,..': ■_-; '. ■■ . ■: ..■.,-;. ..
. B. L. Gorman-, Clerk Board of Public Works. . .
177-187
CONTRACT WORK. '
Paving and Curbing Fifth Street, ) ;
i Office op the Board op Pubt.io Works.. -\ I
./ ' City St. Paul, Minn., June 20,' 1884. ! *
'• r Sealed bids will be received by the . Board of >."
\ Public Works in and for the corporation of tin ;: ;;':
city of St.' Paul, Minnesota, at thuiroQlce in said _•
city until 12 m. on the 7th day of July, 1 : A: I>.' , •
1884, for the paving' and Curbing of Fifth (Sthj
street, from road way to St. Peter street in said,
r city with cedar block and granite or Oakland blue ; I ■
stone curbs, except that part of I said { Fifth (5 th) X;,
street, between 'Jackson, and Siblcy *treet«,ac- i ~.Z
cording to planj and Bpeclticatione on file I in the I
otlicc of said Hoard. .V ' .' • \ ::,. .'." ■'
A bond with at leant two (2). sureties in a gum ,
of . at . least - twenty (20) ■ per cent, of the ; gross '; ; ;
amount bid must accompany each bid. ■, '■' .-'. ■. ■■;. "J. .•' v.
The said Board reserves" the right to reject any
or all bids.' : ' .'."■ • ■ • ' ' •. '
. JOHN FARRINGTON. President. •".•:•';"
Official : ■:'■■'" .
R. L. Gorman, Clerk Board of Public Works/ 1 ' •
'■; ■":' - '.' ; • . . 178-89 ; -
CONTMCT WOEK.
Grading Oakdale Avenue.
Office op the Board or Public Works, > \
City op' St. Paul, Minn., June 26, 1884. j". ,
Pealed 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 7th day ■of July, A. D.vl'i
1884, for the grading of Oakdale , avenue, / from ; ;
State street to .the south city ; . lim- ••
its in the - Sixth . , ward f, of. said v
city, according to plans, and specifications on file :
in the office of said Board.
A bond with at least two (2) sureties, In a sum .
of at least twenty (20) per cent, of the gross :
amount bid, most accompany each bid. '.'
The said Board reserves the right to reject any ' : ■;'.
or all bids. . '":'*'■ ' ' '- i-v'^'Vr .- ■■ > - ~y -
; JOHN FARRINGTON, President.
Official: K. L. Gorman, ''■':"''. ■>:..
__ ' . ']■ Clerk Board of Public Works. .
ioNTRACTWORK
CONTRACfWORK
< Paying and CnrttngFonrtti Street "
■ Office OP the Board oi"Public Work*. - } '
' CrrTOPST. Pall, Minn., June 28,1884.' i r« :■;
Sealed: bids will be received by the Board of ' .
Public Works' in and for the corporation of - the". ,
• city of St. Pan!. Minn., at their office in »aid city I
j until 12 in. on the lltb day of 5 July. A. D. 1861,
I for the paving and curbing ot Fourth (4 th 1 stieetroj
from '.}acV«oa ( street to Seventh (7th) street 1c
«>aid city,' with cedar blocks and granite; or t Oak- Vv
land bine, stone enrbs, according .to./; plans and i
specification* on file in tbe office of>Vaid Boar . V
A bond with at least two (2) Rtireticn in a ran t\
j of.;atleait:twenty J (20) per Cent, of the groM "
amount bid,' must accompany each bid. /■':•-;- '.}'''■
■ The paid Board reserves the right to reject any ;>
or all bids.
•". JOHN PARKINGTOX, President.'
; Official: R. L. Gokxax, ..■-'■■■■ - : ■^■■''■339Hm
- - Clerk Board of Public Works. ,
1 -; "-' '"-•' v ;"/"■;• Wl-m "'--L't
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