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LIVING LIKE A rBINCE,
Hut Without So Much a* a Hollar to Miles.
Himself With.
Curious stories arc often told about men
of no fortune win, live like millionaires; Oc
casionally instances like that of "Lord Aber
cromble," who lived like a Van<lrrliilt for a
few months, crop up. But it is seldom that
» man turns up who can live like a Russian
prince, drive blooded horses, give elaborate
11 iincrs, and move among a fast set of men,
aithout having £".v money of bis own. There
a such a man, or rather boy, in New York at
his time. He has been going at a terrific
•ate for two years. I shall call him Smith,
' Jtcause tbat Is not bis name. He la an
.deal dude. His figure is slim, almost to
ManrbfaUoa, his chest narrow and bis arms
iad legs long, and his face is absolutely col
orless. More than this, it is an effeminate
'ace, with small features, weak eyes, and
in irresolute mouth. It is fa
miliar^ to half the . people in
Hi ■••■ York. At every event' of importance
ibis pale and languid little dude is on band.
He bas an extraordinary assortment of
clothes, wears numerous rings,* aud 16 usu
ally accompanied by a valet. He comes of
v. try respectable people. I know hi- mother
and several of his relatives. They will have
nothing to do with him and bis name is
never mentioned at home. About two years
ago be 'trot Into a scrape up town for which
he Beetle 1 ready money at once. He begged
bis people to give him $1,000 and tbey re
fused point blank. Then be gathered all of
bis mother's diamonds, pledged them for
about $8,000, aad took a steamer for Paris.
When he arrived there be walked into a
commission house, asked the bead of tbe ,
firm for ■ pointer, and languidly tossed blm
a check for 17,000 for investment. 0 -••
turn on tbe bourse landed bin nearly t~
000 ahead. He made a few more success .
speculations, drew the whole amount of his
gains, which bad then reached about $30,000
hod prepared to ''see" Parle. . He was then
twenty vats old. Of course no .one knew
thai when be speculated in £1,000 lots be was
risking bis whole fortune at every turn of tbe
market. He was .-<. placid and serene
during his rations that they cave
him credit for having a big fortune
in reserve. Mr. Smith made things
howl in Paris. He lived there four months,
spent every penny be had, and returned to
America with half a dozen trunks filled with
Clothes, no end of jewelry, leavlngtbetrades
men in Paris doleful and forlorn. He owed
money right and lcff**in the French capital,
but be never allowed it to worry him. Winn
he arrived in New York he had another in
terview with bis family, but be was so tbor
\ . nobly Unmanageable that be was again
tossed out of the bouse, which he ha- never
since entered. A little crowd of aycopbeau
bung around iiim for a time, but they bave
nearly all deserted him now and be has but
one companion, a man who is said to be au
adventurer, and whom aobody knows. The
little dude goes Very where, as 1 said above.
He may be seen driving on the avenue in the
afternoon in a trap that is strictly correct in
very detail, and be attends the theater and
the opera steadily. He is cut right and left,
owes every man money, and is frequently
abused in public by bis dupes. But tbe ex
pression of bis face never changes, and be is
apparently as happy as lie was in Paris, when
at the height of his fortune. He' is known
about town by the nickname- of "Jibler
1 don't know where the name comes from.
The 1 uutiffer I'ttt.
Many circumstances have contributed to
Pitt's decline in reputation after death. But
Undoubtedly the most direct cause of it was
bis treatment at the hands of bis own imme
, diate followers. Immediately after his death
Pitt underwent a fantastic sort of apotheosis,
whereby 1c was solemnly set apart to be the
Muml.o Jumbo of the Tory party, and of the
most blgotted section of it. And the Tory
• party, as Its best friends must own, did in
the early years of this century contain some
strange examples of bigotry and ignorance.
We know that fifty or sixty years ago it was
impossible for a man who laid claim to a
fair share of culture, or who professed to be
on terms of . familiarity with the Zeitgcst,
to frankly own himself a Tory; and as the
younger Pitt "was identified with
Toryism in all questionable shapes,
It was equally impossible for the
Zestgesl to bave any fair dealings witb him.
Beside the general reasons just spoken of,
irhicfa have tended lo lower the reputation of
S) Pitt, there have been certain special reasons
(cveu apart from the meagerness of their
reports) why his speeches should be bald in
less esteem now than they were in his owu
3ay. Regarded simply as literary competi
tions, they would not unite fall in with our
modern judgement And it is very curious
X) notice bOW, it: the course of Macaulay's
biography of Pitt, the private opinion of the
.Tide seems to b- at War with the predilec
tions of the historian — an historian, too,
who is fond of painting bis pictures in very
f* vivid colors. We first hear of Pitt's almost
miraculqus gift of eloquence; of bow men
used to go away from the house of commons
I liter one of bis great display-, wondering
whether it were possible for human powers
to attain a higer flight; and then, again,
Macaulay suggests often enough that there
was ■ good ileal of what was artificial au .
mspontaneous in this style of oratory, in
those stately periods of which be seamed to
:iave» an almost unlimited com
mand, and in the character of a
pcaker who could have written
a king'! speech off hand; and be bints
pretty plainly that the unchecked (low of
Fox's oratory would have been a good deal
more to bis mind. It is probable that, judg
ing from a purely literary standpoint,
Macaulay is right. In truth, Pitt's speeches
are Uteres— to us, uot as productions from
a literary point of view, the best of their
kind, out as some of the best, speeches that
have ever been delivered by one who fully
understood tbe responsibilities of statesman
ship. By tbat last expression la meant some
thing which in these Midlothian days we can
scarcely understand. Mr. Gladstone has de
fined, in one of ids beautiful and picturesque
phrases, the business of an orator aa he ap
prehends it. ''The speaker," he says, "gives
back to bis hearers in a rain what he has re
ceived from them iv a mist." But in more
homely language, what is this but to say that
now a days the orator is expected to utter the
thoughts of bis auditors, and not his earn., It
need not be repeated that Pitt understood his
functions at something very different
; .
Home t.lfe In .interim.
Scene The next room. Door shut. Noth.
ing visible except an audible voice the other
side of the door. Enter audible voice, audi
bly, speaking orally in vocal accents:
Hah)
There, now I
HoT up :
Hole chip !
Hole dup your red! »
■JJms'i .' you hold your head dUD
Put tin I
Put tit tin !
Put tin your loot 1
Turn around !
Turn a roumd !
Oh, goodness gracious ! don't you know
low to turn around I
Hold your bead still I
Don't do tbat 1
T'other arm !
The other arm !
Ob great land, co to your mother I
It is a man, dressing his infant son in the
■norning. Rout. J. Bokdette.
■ The hotel was not built for the express
convenience and exclusive accomodation of
my one person. This is official and will
*oay you to remember it. . " . •- -V J iO
There may be plenty of faults about the
iostelry you honor with your presence, but
Son't make the ' mistake of trying to reform
them.'' There is nothing in the constitution
of tßfe United States to force you to remain
f you are not satisfied. Hotel Register.
CUKE FOR PILES.
The first symptoms of Piles is an intcn .
•ithing at night after getting warm. This
unpleasant sensation is' immediately . re
lieved by an application of Dr. Bosankoy's
Pile Remedy. Piles in all forms, Itch, Salt
Rheum and" Ringworm can be permanently
cured by the use of this great remedy. Price
50 cents. : Manufactured by the Dr. Bosanko
" Medicine Co., Pivua, O. Sold by A. P.
Wilkes, Seven Corners; F. 11. Heinert, 374
Dayton avenue: Sohn Boydcn, .-' 823 East
Seventh street; and P. C. Lutz, Wabasha*
atxeet opposite post office.
Confirmation of Assessment for a Change of Grade on Pari j
Ivcnne and Other Streets.
■ . Oitice or the Bo.kd op Public Wobks, >
Cirr or St. Pact, Mild.. No*, 1, 1984. (
The assessment of benefits, damage*, casts and expenses arising from a change of grade on Park
Avenue, from Martin street to Sherburne Avenne.; • Aurora Avenue, from Graut street to Use
street; St. Peter street, from Unlveralty Avenue to a point 22 feet tooth of Aurora Avenue;
University Avenue, from Grant street to Ktce street; water Avenue, from Sherborne Avenue
to University Avenue, and the alley in blocks 2, JO and 13 BWfSf and Chute ■ Addition, in the city
sf fit. Paul, Minnesota, having been completed by the Board of Public Works, in and for said city,
said Boar.l will meet at their office in said city at 2 p. m. on the 2Uh day of November A D.
1824, to hear objection* (if any) to said assessment, at which Urn e\nd place n_le*» sufficient |
™m* ia shown to the contrary, raid assessment will bo confirmed by said Board.
The foil.)*, i>- a list of the supposed owners' names, a description of taa property bene- !
fited, or da— .agedand the amounts assessed against the same ton it :
St Peter SM
Ewing * Chute's Addition to St. Paul,
'apposed owner and description.- Lot. Block. Benefit*. Damages. Balance.
it. chute 10 i $45 00 lev OO $45 00
Same 15 1 42 50 65 00 48 50
H Halt, (part NE'ly or Wabai-haw street).. 14 1 32 50 65 00 at 50 !
aTaaaal Acbterllng 12 1 10 00 20 00 10 00
Phoß JebU 11 i 4*50 65 00 42 50
Same 10 1 42 50 65 00 42 50
J M Warner 9 1 42 50 85 00 42 50
Dawson & smith .....' 1 2 45 00 90 00 45 00
Same and same a 2 48 50 85 00 42 50
BCaote ". 3 ( _» 42 50 MM " 42 50
11 Hall 4 _ 42 50 85 00 42 50
Same 6 2 20 M 40 00 24' 00
Mary M Sliebcr (SW <f *A alias haw street) 7 I 22 M 45 00 22 50
Same,(SW of Wabawfaaw street) 8 2 42 50 85 00- -42 53
J.M Warner 1 '10 4250 6500 42 50
Same 2 10 40 00 so 00 40 on
auaa ..3 If 35 00 7000 35 00
-mill-.... « 10 34*00 CO 00 30 00
Abbey Warner 5 10 23 00 50 00 2500
Same 6 10 WO 09 40 OO 20 UO
sSwenaoi .; 28 11 42 50 WOO 42 s«i
liCbutc 27 11 40 00 .MOO 40 I*o
X E .McKomec 20 11 35 00 70 •*) 35 00
Adeil* Anderson 25 11 30 «*0 CO 00 30 00
II V. Smith and CY Lea U 24 11 A 00 54100 23 00
WPClough 23 11 20 00 '40 00 20 00
Alls? iii Blocis 2, 10 Ml 3 EWiQi and ante's AtUititioa. . :
Supposed Owner and Description. Lot. Block. Benefit*. Damage*. Balanae*
Dawson and Smith l 2 (5 00 . 15 00 $0 00
Same and same ..'. 2 X 5 00 5 00 0 00
X Chute '. 3 2 5 00 5 00 a «
II Hall 4 '- 5 00 5 00 000
Same 5 V 0 ' 00 600 000
same « | 5 00 5 00 0 OJ
Mary M rfaeaar (1W of Wabashaw street) 7- •-* 100 l oo 0 00
All Ames .' 16* :«* * 500 300 000
Mary Goiden IB 2 5 00 I 00 0 00
Dawson and Smith 14 -S ' 500 500 0 m
Same and same is " v l 3 v 500 500 <* 00
riaai Lambrccht ' 12 2 500 501 000
Same 11 :"«,>' 5 00 5 00 0 00
ft Chute 10 -• 6 00 500 0 00
.1 M Warner 1 10 5 00 5 00 0 Wl
-Baa* it 10 5 00 5 OJ 0 00
Same 3 10 09 5 00 0 00
Same.. 4." 10- 5 00 5 00 0 00
Abbey Warner ;. 5 M 6 CO 5 00 0 On
Same 6 10 5 00 500 0 00
See JkaOaaaaa 7 10 5 00 5 00 000
Same 8' 10 5 00 5 00 0 00
Harry Warren i...., 9 10 6 00 5 00 ft M
I' Kalicy lit 10 5 00 5 00 0 00
BChata '. Ml 10 5 00 5 00 0 00
It Vollmer 14 10 5 en 5 00 one
ft Chute 15 10 500 5 00 0 00
OOBerg 18 10 500 5 00 0 Oil
r Lambrccht, W'i of 19 10 SO) 6 00 0 ot>
Bum 20 M *» 00 * 00 0 00
1! Chute 81 10 5 00 5 00. 0 (Mi
Same 1 22 M sou 5 00 0 00
.1 M Warner •. 53 10 5 00 5 I*o 0 Or
Same 24 10 5 00 5 UI 0 00
Same 25 10 5 00 00 0 04*
Same as 10 00 5 00 0 00
Sam. > 27 10 5 00 5 00 0 00
BMaa 28 10 5 00 5 00 9 <*
M.miv W Curry, (N ..I St Pear slroet) 3 14 5 00 5 00 Baa
X Chute i 13 5 00 5 00 0 Oo
.'Part Avenue.
Ewlng & Chute's Addition to St. Panl.
Supposed owner and description. Lot. Block. Benefit*. Damage*. Balance.
It Vollmer „...17 10 31 00 on $100 00 $60 O*
OOBergb ;... 18 10 150 00 440 00 290 04.'
John Scbillo, EH Of 19 10 800 00 727 0?" 527 W
FLarabrccht 20 10 300 00 310 CO 50 0*
ItChuto 21 10 380 00 290 00 90 0.
Same ..; ;... 22 10 400 00 32100 79 0 >
.1 M Warner '. 23 10 420 00 350 00 '.■ 01.
Same 24 10 440 00 483 00 49 00
Same 25 10 460 00 773 00 313 00
Same 20 10 480 00 71100 Ml (Ml
Same 27 10 50000 70500 Bel 0;.
Board of Education, 8 275 ft of 9 600 00 750 00 250 00
Dawson ft Smith, (excepts 275 ftand Wabashaw street) 9 2,000 (X) 2.147 00 147 CO
BChute 9 8 400 00 74)0 IB SOu <> ■
Same .10 2 52.'. 00 904 00 879 00
" \:::::;:;;;;:;;;;;:;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;:u 2 \ , * no °° »' 444 °° 2334 °°
Dawson and Smith .*..*.".."". .13 2 570 00 9>>B 00 808 OT
BaaMaadaaaM 14 2 580 00 1,015 CO 465 04i
Mary Gooden 15 2 590 00 2,223 00 1633 (M<
AII Ames if. 2 r.ia»(o 2,406 00 1806 00
■I M Warner 8 8 000 00 870 00 870 CO
Same '. .7 3 COO 00 900 00 300 00
PJBroderich 6 3 600 00 939 00 890 00
BaaM 5 3 BBS M 975 00 875 00
J M Warner 4 .\S COO 00 1,010 00 410 00
Mary Goodcn 3 3 GOO 00 1,945 00 4, 00
BaaM!^;:;;;;^^^ •1 } *.«» 2 7 8300 583w '
Brewster's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and description. Lot Block. Benefits. Damages. Balance.
J Sain U c :::::::::::::;::::\\:\:::::\::::\::::\:^ J [$1,950 TO $6.959 50 $5,009 : °
i\ 00000o 0000 * wo ° *»»
John Hetas ;...".... 1 6 100 00 0 00 UK) 00
J I'aykoui.ky „ 8 v'O 100 00 000 100 00
John II ilovelarud 8 \;o' 100 00 000 100 00
L Acker....'. • 4 « 100 00 000 100 00
Baaaa , 6 C 100 00 0 00 100 00
.JohnSchillo 6 6 100 00 0 00 100 00
Whitney's Subdivision of Brewster's Addition to St Paul.
Supposed owner and description. Lot. Block.. Benefits. Damage*. Balance.
Christ Peglow, E% ot .11 1 $175 00 $1 Si i 00 $5 00
Same, X : , of KM of 18 'Vl*-' 100 00 125 00 23 0-»
Chas PcglOW, S}_ of 12 I. 200 00 100 00 40 OT
Same 13 .1. 450 00 625 00 75 00
Leopold Luther, X 30 ft of 14.115 1 200 00 393 00 193 Ou
N Nelson, ft 120 ft of 14*15 1 1,800 00 3,223 00 2,023 00
Sam 1 Levi 10 2 100 00 0 00 100 0-'
J Schorn 15 2 100 00 0 00 100 00
Same 14 2 10000 000 100 0'
Alex Sternberg... 13 8 100 00 0 00 100 00
Phil Potttrieaer, EOO ft of 12 •-' 75 00 0 00 75 OC
I M Pottgieser, £ CO ft of 11 2 75 00 0 00 75 00
BrewsliT Aveane.
Brewster's Addition to St. Paul
Supposed owner an
description. Lot. Block. Benefit*. Damage*. Balance.
M Lanpher .....9 3 .
Same 6 3 V $900 00 $3,807 50 $2,807 50
Same 7 ' 3)
University Ayem.
Brewster's Additon t- St. Paul.
supposed owner and description. Lot. Block. Benefit*. Damages, Balance.
WRMemam ..;..... 4 $4,500 00 $5,705 00 $1,203 00
J I? St. Aubin. .:7X7^^7trT.r:........... 6 3)
Same .....: 5 3]
Samel 4 3}■ 3,000 00 10,300 50 7,830 50
Same 3 3 J
Ewing and Chute* Addition to St Paul. .
Supposed owner and description. Lot Block. Benefit*. Damages, Balance.
DII Valentine, Ei. of street and I*2 * 5 $700 00 $535 00 $165 00
Hans Peterson, WJJ of street and 16*15 4 1,200 00 2,545 00 1,345 00
it Chute I*2 4 1,200 00 1,500 00 -300 00
Ernst Albrecht ,16*15 8 1,200 00 1,500 00 800 00
Dawson * Smith .'... , .....1&2 8 800 00 674 00 180 00
R Chute . .' 16*15 1 450 00 150 00 300 00
J B St Aubm and JohnLarkin. (N'ly of Wabaahaw street). 1 1 10 00 85 00 15 00
Whitney's Subdivision of Brewster's Addition to St. Paul.C
Supposed owner and description. Lot Block. Benefits. ' Damage*. Balance
Msiheuz 10 1 $45000 $375 $75 00
J Schenck ......' 17 1 850 00 100 00 250 Oj
FBDoran 18 1 25000 7500 175 Oi
Same 1 ..:... 19 1 800 00 7500 125 0
Wm Geib .......20 1 150 00 50 00 100 0
J M and A Pierce ........:.... 1&2 1 230 00 100 00 150 00
Aurora Avenne.
<- Ewing * Chutes* Addition to St PauL .
Supposed owner and description. Lot Block. Benefit*. Damage*. Balance.
D M Bobbins, EM of street and s-7 I $100 00 $100 00 $0 00
J M Warner, W Hot street and..... 9*lo 4 100 00 100 00 0 00
BChute.... '. V"; ".•."-. 8* 7 4 100 00 100 00 0 00
CHPettit .........:s&io 3 100 00 100 00 0 00
.1 M Warner.. 8* 7 3 100 00 100 04) 0 00
A Sophia Warne. E4oft of .......:..".. ..:..... 6 $40 00 $40 00 $000
John Warne, W 40 ft of E SO ft of 6 40 00 40 00 0 00
Carl Albrecht. W 40 ft of N 110 ft, of E H of •• 6 40 °° 440 00 400 00
John Klein, 110 ft 0f..... « 100 00 100 00 000
8Chute....... ;..; 7 150 00 160 00 * 000
W II Dean, X 240 ft of ...: .' 8 123 00 125 00 0 00
Dawson & Smith, (except S 275 ft). :...... 9- 100 00 100 00 000
J-M Warner .......-.;.........:. .. 27*00 10 $50 00 $50 00 $0 00
Same .'..;.". .' i; I*B 10 ' 104*00 100 00 • 000
55wen50n......... ...*>. 28 11 100 00 ICO 00 000
Chas Weber........ ; .". 1 11 100 no 100 00 ' 000
itchute. .....:: my.":?,-. . '. j. i ?. "TZ.". 9*lo 2 50 00 50 00 0 0,,
Mary M Sheber, (S of Wabashaw 5t)... ..:...."......'. **" 2 *0 00 50 00 000
M Warner...'............ 9- 1 100 00 100 00 000
, iFWiuja .7r.\...:.i.:.....V..'.yj^*M l 100 00 100 00 000
THE ST. PAUL DAILY GLOBE. FRIDAY MOUSING. NOVEMBER X 1834,
Wabasnaw Street
__ St.' sal Proper.
. Rrppossd owner and description. Lot Block. Benefit*. Damage*. Balance.
> W IngersolL (except E 1 ft).. 1 34 JIW w . $0 00 90 00
Übert v'<^oll!aii 9 83 V* 00 0 00 500 00
*' — ¥ Davidson. S 85 ft of B*7 25 425 00 0 00 435 00
I L Merrta m, Xosft of . . . .£*? '23 225 00 000 3*5 00
J L Lamprey, (except NSO tt).. 12 24 SCO 00 000 260 00
2u— iran * Barbour. N 50 ft of 11—12 22 250 00 0 00 290 00
\ Merriam * David son's Subdivision of Lots 1 aad 2, Block 22, St. Paul Proper.
Supposed owner and description. Lot. Benefits. Damages. Balance.
ZII Jud.on 6 $125 00 $0 00 $I*s 00
John Print* 5 125 00 000 125 00
I L Merriam ..'..... 4 125 00 0 00 125 00
«_ F Davidson » .......... 3 125 00 0 00 125 00
ttDShera— a * 125 00 . 000 185 00
Kd H bebhek 1 125 00 0 00 123 00
St. Paul Proper.
Supposed owner and description. Lot. Block. Benefit*. Damages. Balance.
W L Pott gicaer.S 50 ft of 11*1* 21 $850 00 $0 00 $250 00
Chas Pottgirser, N2oftofS7o ft of ......11*12 81 MM 09 000 100 0"
Wm F Davidson. '.'. ...I*2 21 750 CO 000 750 00
J G and i O Stela, N 50 ft of S 100 ft of 11*12 21 150 00 .0 00 150 00
Albert Armstrong, 8 25 ft of N 50 ft of. 11*12 21 125 0»» 0 00 125 00
stein Bros. X 85 ft «.f 114.13 81 185 00 0 00 125 00
Ha mscycoouty 20 1.500 00 000 1,500 00
St Pan! Lodge No 2, lOOP.S ii of 9*lo 9 375 00 000 3: 00
X W Kit— on. N«» of v 9*lo 9 375 00 000 .375 00
Sarah McKlaney. S ■, of ..'. ; B*7 9 250 00 000 250 90
U II Sherman, N «, of B*7 9 500 00 0 00 500 09
United States, - 105 ft of 1011*1* ti 52500 000 58500
N Potigelser. S 23J, ft of N 45 ft of 1011*1* 8 112 50 0 00 112 50
B Potigieser, N 82 % ft of 1011*12 8 118 50 0 00 112 50
Theckla Lang, S2oft of I*2 8' 100 00 000 100 00
Pat Keighcr, X 39 f l 3 s'' ft of I*B 8 .150 00 000 150 00
Jacob Mainzir. N2GJ* ft of S7C"» ft 0f..: I*2 8 131 25 0 00 13185
X P L.-wis.S ft of N 78! aft of. I*2 8- 118 75 000 118 75
John bom Xsoft of .' I*2 8 250 00 0 00 250 00
HtUevTL Grace 1211*10 7 750 00 0 00 750 00
Stm » (except X 23 ft) I*3 7 035 00 000 685 00
Michaud and Co, .'.' .5 ft of I*2 .7 '12500 000 185 mi
Jcllns Georgie. Ss2ft of 9 61 -„„ _, arm -en on
Sum*. WiiofSlOOftof .10 •' *"° W 00 ° * 6000
ft P Lewis. X 48 ft of S 109 ft of .* • 9 6 24000 000 21000
Maria Schilling. F. Zwickey and Adeie Lai • S39ft N4O
ftof » 6 150 00 0 00 150 00
Michael Lailer. N 20 ft cf ......... ..9 c 100 00 0 00 100 oo
John Steele. N 90 ft of '...;*. '..'l7*S 6 450 00 000 450 OO
E 1* Lewis, Sly 40 " of ; .....8 '6 200 00 0 00 200 00
Win Chambers. N'ly -0 ft of Sly CO ft of ',;... 9 • 6 low 00 0 00 100 00
Bazille * Guerin's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner aad description. lot. Bio* Benefits. Damages. B_OMS.
John Kl.i:. .'..... 11 13 $854100 $1 00 $850 0>
Peter PfeuTer '. : 10 12 M • 0 00 250 04
--bssM 9 1* .250 00 000 850 00
Same '. '. 8 12 250 00 0 00 250 00
Same 7 1* 185 00 o<>o 185 00
Andrew Winter 5*6 12 255 00 0 00 255 00
City of M Paul 13 11 250 00 0 00 250 w
Same .'.;..... ; 1* 11 250 00 0 00 250 01.
-■me .- .". 9 11 250 00 0 CO '.'SO 0
Pat McMano*. Sly 25 ft. of Ely «* of 8 11 185 00 0 00 135 0.
Albert Scheffer, X'ly 35 ft. of Ely J,' of 8 -1 185 00 0 to 135 0t
Same, E*i of i 5 11 250 00 000 .250 0.
Lou!* B—en— eager 4 11 850 00 000 * 250 00
• F Sherman 1 11 85.1 Ml 0 00 250 OU
Tho* i'itxpatrick. S»j of I**ll I 280 OO '0 03 280 ia
J W Cunningham. X H of > « of 12*11 8 2— t 00 0 00 880 Oi
o*o W Armstrong. N .of It *ll » — • 00 000 280 o»
-nine, s 85 ft of ii.- « 110 00 0 00 110 OL
Frank Bruer, N 50 f I of 575 ft of I*2 8 280 00 0 00 280 0.
John Peter, S 85 ft of X 75 ft of I*2 I HOW 0 00 110 Ot
J- ran* La mbrecht. s 85 ft of N 50 ft of I*2 8 110 00 0 00 110 i*
i'cterSchonarth. X 85 ft of I*2 8 110 00 0 00 110.'
b I! Valentine 7 7 440 00 cO 00 440 00
W<; layler. That part SE'ly of a line 100 ft B'ly of and
parallel with Exchange street of 4,5*6 7 280 00 0 00 280 O
et Louis Church (Except Taylor part) '. 4.3*6 7 440 00 000 440 O
State of Minnesota C 1,320 00 000 1,:. 0
11 A Boardman 12*11 5 060 00 0 00 669 00
.lobuFarris. 523 ft 0f.... 1 51 „ w n w , 0
-•ame, -83ftofE 40 It of 2 5* lv w W
ti C Cauley, N ft ) ft of S43ft of 1 51 .. no „on <t«>n>i
•Same, ■■ 8..ft..f>4 -.ft ..r I* 40 tt of 2 hi 8 " W °°° 8S **
John Farris, X 20 ft of S 63 ft of 1 5. -» „ ftnft . -„*,
-am-. NBoftofs63ftof X4oft of 2 5, mm °°° 83 *
.IB'Judd, S27ftof NB7ftof , 5, ...» n M mo ,
Mime. b27 feet of NB7ftofK4o ft of 2 5 C 118 °° °°° "' 0C
[*er_ an Lutheran Church, NCOft of 1 5 1 „-, m nnn nr , m
<-ne. 101 ft of 40 ft of 2 »( *" °° °° *" °*
•l inneaota Historical Society 12*11 2 660 00 0 "© 600 10
lumber and Whiting I*2 2 600 00 0 00 660 in
•Vra F Mason 7*3 1 600 00 0 00 660 in
V Achilles, S 37 1, ft of .' 5*9 1 163 00 0 00 10*00
BOtaesswjr. ITtsH( ft of SSO lift est s*o 1 $s3 in $000 gfSiO
a B Sweeney, S IS}* It of N tm% ft of 5*6 I 83 00 0 "hi 83 ' o
Max Elbert, N75 ft of. 5*6 1 330 00 000 3UO o
Supposed owner and description Benefits. Damans. Calanc *
T Wilson. Commencing at >A' corner of Eleventh and Wabashaw
street* ; tbence N along Wabanhaw street HO ft; thence at right
angle* W 45 ft to line >>r (iiierin 3 land; thence 8 along aald line , >
to a point on Eleventh street 33 Si ft from beginning; thence E
38 *ft to beginning '.. $175 00 $0 00 $175 0 V
f— — — -MSSttJSß^ftß— Jw^ffftßtf^frMfiT^
.1 I. William*. Commencing at a point on W line of Wabasha
street 80ft N from NW comer of Eleventh and Wabashaw streets;
tbence ■ along Wabashaw street M ft; thence W at right angles
50 ft to Gatria '• land; thence Son said lino 84 ft; thence E to
beginnlug a 3*lo 00 $0 00 $210 09
_P. Horton. Commencing on W. side of Wabashaw street, 197*%'
ft. N. of X. W. corner of Eleventh and Wabashaw streets ; thence .j ..
N. on Wabashaw street St J£ ft.; thence W. 60*. ft. in Guerin's
line; tbence S. along said line 33-* ft.; lasses E. to beginning.. $00 000 $0 00 $88 CO
iamuel Sayer. Commencing at a point on W. aide of \>»oji-haw
street 164 ft. N. of N. W. corner of Eleventh and Wabashaw streets .
thence N. along Wabashaw street 33% ft. ; thence W. 60% ft. to
Uuerin * line; thence S. along said line 33? ' ft. ; thence si. 10
. ft. to beginning $105 00 $0 00 $105 00
"V : - ■ ;".'•
Baziiie a Addition to SL Paul.
Supposed Owner and Description. Lot. Block. Benefit*. Damages. Balance.
.to-a Broom 1 1 $126 00 $0 00 $126 00
J. D. Mrkenty 2 1 175 00 0 00 173 00
C.F.Clarke 3 1 175 00 0 00 175 Ou
'—ate. part S, of Summit avenne of 4 1. 56 00 000 56 Ou
supposed owner and description. 0 Benefits. Damages, Balance
.'at Butler. Commencing at X £ corner of Wabashaw and Eleventh
streets; thence X along Eleventh street 120 ft: thence X parallel
with Wabashaw street CO ft; thence W parallel with Eleventh
street 120 ft to Wabasnaw street ; ihtnce Sooft to beginning. . . . $210 0 $0 00 $210 0 ()
■■..:.■
S Slahlmaim. Commencing at a point on E side of Wabashaw
street 60 ft N'ly from X E corner of Wabashaw aad Eleventh
streets; tbence E parallel with Eleventh street 180 ft; thence X
parallel with Wabashaw street 80 ft; thence W parallel with
Eleventh street 120 ft to Wabashaw street; thence S to beginning $70 00 $0 00 $70 00
. ' ■ ' .*</ v
L E Hauser. Commencing at a point on E side of Wabashaw street
HO ft N'ly from X E comer of Wabashaw and Eleventh streets;
thence E at right angles 120 ft; thence X parallel with Wabashaw
street M ft thence at right angles W 120 ft to Wabashaw street;
thence S 20 ft to beginning *.... $70 00 $0 00 $70 00
John Kit-win- Commencing on B line of Wabashaw street, 100 ft X
from X E corner ot Wabashaw and Eleventh streets ; thence at
right angle* E 120 ft: thence X parallel with Wabashaw street
20 ft; thence at right aagle* W I*o ft to Wabashaw street; thence
- 1 1 ft to beginning 1 - $70 00 $0 09 $70 00
sine. Commencing at a point on E line of Wabashaw street 120
ft I from XE comer of Eleventh and Wabashaw street*: thence
E at right angle* 120 ft; thence X parallel with Wabashaw street
01 ft; thence W at right angles 120 ft to Wabashaw street; thence
61 ft to begin al ng $314 00 $0 00 $314 00
Baxille's Addition ta St. Paul.
Supposed owner ani 'Inscription, Lot. Block. Benefit*. Damages. Balance.
John Wagner, S W of '. 8 2 $175 00 $0 00 $175 00
»l M Calne, X 4 of Xi7?ZZZ?ZZ?I7?Z BjB * 175 00 000 175 00
«' Ulchter ...; 7 2 165 00 0 00 165 00
.my Church of St. Paul .' 0 2 165 00 000 165 00
.same 5 2 165 00 0 00 165 00
I Whitney ....4 * 165 00 0 00 165 00
Margaret Brodie. Lot "A. ' Bazille's Addition to St. Paul, and mis
cellaneous (trip of land bounded by said lot "A," Wabashaw
street and the X'ly and Sly line* of said lot "A" produced to
'Wabashaw street. $12600 $0 00 $126 00
I It Sla ronton. Lot "B," Baziiie'* Addition to St. Paul, and strip of
land bounded by said lot "X," Waaaabaw street, and the N'ly and
Sly line* of said lot * 4 B" produce i to Wabashaw street, (except
Thirteenth street.) $122 00 $0 00 $123 00
same. Lot "C," Bazille's Addition to St. Paul, and strip or land
bounded by aaid lot "C," Wabashaw street, and the N'ly and Sly
line* of said lot "C" produced to Wabsahaw street $350 00 $o*oo $350 0
0
T D Slmonton. Lot "D" Bazille's Addition to St. Paul, and atrip ■
of land bounded by said lot "D," Wabashaw street, aad the N'ly
and Sly lines of said lot "D" produced to Wabashaw street, ex
cepting therefrom the X 43 5-6 ft of the W 104 'i ft of said lot
"b" and that part of the strip Included between the X'ly and Sly
line* of *a— N 40 5-6 ft of W 104 ft produced to Wabashaw
■treet $200 00 $0 00 $200 00
J S RittenhouM. The N43 5-6 ft of W 104 ', ft of lot "D" Bazille «
Addition to St. Paul, and strip of land bounded by said X 43 5-6
ft of W 104 ', ft of lot "D" Wabashaw street.and the N'ly ands'ly
lines of said X 43 5-6 ft of W 104 ft, produced to Wabashaw
street $150 00 $0 00 $150 00
Chas Friend. Commencing at a stake which bears S4O deg.
30 mm. E. distant 5.59 chain* from the XX corner of land
deeded by V , Gaerln to Chas Bazille by deed
dated December 3, 1849. and ruunins thence * 40 de?. 30 mm.
E 81 links; thence S 57 deg. 30 iciu. W 3.20 chains to the Ely
line of Wabashaw street; tlicnre NW'ly along Wabashaw street on
E side thereof 81 links; thence X 57 deg. 30 mm. E to land con
veyed by 8 S Mnrdock to (i W Murdoch to place of beginning, be
ing the Sly 4 of land conveyed by Gaston to Mnrdock $185 00 $0 00 $185 00
l has Friend. Commencing at a stake which bears S 40 deg. 30
min.E, and distant 4.78 chain* from the X E corner of land deeded
by Guerin to Cha* Bazi lie by deed dated Dec 3. 1*49; thence 3
40 deg. SOmia . EBl link*: thence S 57 deg. 30 mm. W 3.20 BsTTB
chains to the Ely line of Wabashaw St; thence N'ly along said
Wabathaw St 81 links ; thence X 57 deg. 30 mm. Eto sing. .$lB5 00 . $0 00 $183 Of
J D Louden. 'N !J of the following: Commencing at SB comer of
W S Hall** land, thence Sly 211 ft: thenc W ly 210 ft to £ line of
Wabashaw street ; thence N'lya long Wabaahaw street 211 ft to
SW corner of W 8 Ball* land ; tbence Ely 210 ft to beginning. .$363 00 $0 00 $368 Ot
E It Bryant, Commencing at a starting point being an Iron pier os
the E line of Wabaahaw street ascertained as follows: Begin
ning at th* E comer of i D Lndden's revetment wall at the later*
section of the X line of Iglebart street and W line of Wabashaw
street; thence extending XE'ly at right angles to said W'ly line .of
. Wabashaw street to the E line of sa d street ; thence X 34 Ji deg.,- -
W along said E line of Wabashaw street 212.29 ft to said iron pier
or ■tarting point; thence la a direct line X ' 574
deg:. k. 174.79 ft to an Iron -pier la
the W'ly line of Cedar street: thence XW'ly on
said W'ly line of Cedar street 45.37 feet to land conveyed to John
Kenr'a: tbence SW'ly by . raid land la a direct line to the E line
of Wabashaw street at a point 50 feet N'ly from the said starting
point ; thence along said Ely line of Wabasha street Sly to begin
ning ; being 50 fee t on Wabaahaw, street and . 43.37 feet on Cedar t
street .^Tt, .'.TI. "!..'! . « BBj*TS. 00 W 000 175 0C
Plymouth Church. Commencing at a print on N'ly side of Sum- BBS— I
mit avenue 87 8-10 feet W'ly from Wabashaw street; thence Ely
to Wabashaw street: thence X'ly along - Wabashaw street 178.92
* , feet ; thence W'ly at right angle* 108 9-10 feet ; thence Bl'y to be
ginning :....•....«.••"•:............'..'..,.,..'..,.......".;..."- 521 00 0 00. . 631 Of
Basils* Addition to St. Paul .
Supposed owner and description. , Benefits, bsm ages. Palaaeo
Adolph Paar. Commencing on Sly line of Thirteenth street where
the E'iv line of Batman's Addition intersects said Thirteenth
street: thence X along S lino of Thirteenth street to W'ly line of
Wabashaw street: thence Sly along W'ly line of
Wabashaw street 120 ft; thence W'ly at right angles to said last
line. to tbe Ely Uce of Butmaa's Addition; thence X'ly along '"_=■'
Bat— an • Addition 120 ft to begin— Sg $420 00 $9 00 $480 01
J D Ludden. Commencing on Use of Thirteenth street at Ely
line of Batman's Addition: thenre on t X'ly line of Thirteenth
street to a point on WTy line of Wabashaw street; thence X'ly
•long aid- \V ly line of Wabashaw street 100 ft; thence W'ly par
allel with Thirteenth street to Batman's Audition; thence Sly
to beginning $330 00 $9 CO $310 Oi
German Luthern Trinity Church. Commencing on W side of Wa
bashaw street 150 ft X'ly from XW corner or Wabashaw street
and lglehart street: thence SW'ly parallel wtth lglehart street
149.85 ft; thence NW'ry along land of A ? Barton 119.14 ft to Til
ton street; thence NE'ly along I— MSB • street 164.
ft to corner of Tiltoo and Wabashaw streets: thsnee Sly along
Wabashaw street 117.37 ft to beginning ; $109 00 $0 00 $409 Of
- ' ' ."•,*.;*
■ .
B Albrecht. Commencing at a point on W'ly line of Wabashaw
street. 100 ft. N'ly from Thirteen— street, and at the X E comer
of J DLnddea's land; thence N'ly along W'at.ashaw street 50 feet;
. tbeace W'ly parallel with Thirteenth street to Ely line of Bat
man* Addition; thence Sly to X W corner of Ludden'* land;
thence Ely to beginning. $175 00 , $0 00 $176 04
David P Bamam*. Commencing at a starting point, being an Iron . .
pier in Ely line or Wabaahaw street, ascertained as follow*: B*> MlJ^y
ginning at the E corner of J D Ludden'* revetment wail. .it the In- /
tersection of X line of lglehart street and W line of Wabashaw /
•treet; thence.X Ely Strighl angles with Wfiine of Wabasha street r /. ;
to E line of said street; theme X 34 Ji deg. W along the E linn of ' 7"*
Wabashaw street 302.66 ft to said iron pier or starting point;
thence X Ely along the W'ly line of land of Hoffman to an iron • i '/ '
pier in the W'ly lias of Cedar street; thence Sly along the Wl'y w /
line of Cedar street 40 feet; thence SW'ly to a point la the Ely
line of Wabashaw street 40.37 ft Sly of said starting point ; theucs
X to beginning, being 40.37 ft on Wabashaw street and 40 fl on
Cedar street. $140 00 $0 00 $140 00
Wm Cunningham and Cha* L Haas. Commencing at NE corner ot
land formerly owned by Chas Baal— thenca S 59 deg. W 3.10
chains; thence s4l dag. 7 mm.. E 3.16 chains; thence X 57 deg. **•.• v
30 rain., E 3.18 chain* : las*— X 40', deg. W to beginning, ex
cept Barcutu* * Bryant's part and stahssS— w and Cedar streets. s3o7 00 •$0 00 $367 0v
Alex Crawford. That part of the following W of W line of Waba
shaw street. » ommeitclng at the NW corner
of land formerly owned by Chas Bazille;
thence - 41 d«g. „ mm. E 12 chains; thence
N 37 «, deg. E 3.02 chain.- X4l SSp;. 07 mm. W 11.75
chains; thence in - direst I . ' —das to beginning, except
parts owned by Ludden, Bt^r. Aibmcht, Plymouth Church and
TrirJ:yCh!:rch - ;•; $385 00 $0 00 $335 0"
Ewing and Chute* Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed Owner and Description Lot. Block. Benefits. Damage*. Balance.
'tt-'hoto 7 $435 00 $0 00 $435 01
same (except N -40 ft) 8 335 00 000 385 M
•* It bean, X 240 ft of b 370 00 000 370 00
same, W*s Si '» 570 00 000 570 CC
I M Warner 28 io 63 0 0 00 63 01/
••»•*■— 9*lo I 185 0 000 ' 125 (X
dary M Sheber. (s of Wabasha street) 7*B A* ' 88 00 000 btl U
.1 — Tall '. 5&6 8 150 00 000 150 00
vWnxel 'riing 18 i 87 00 0 00 BT 01
J il Warner 13 1 51100 0 00 fjO 0C
ii HalL (X of Wabashaw street) 14 -\L 35 00. 0 00 th 0C
tfenzel Achlcrl— g, (Sof Wabashaw street). 14 1 5 00 0 CO 5 Ot
i' Chute 16 | ! 1V- 25 00 000 2.'> f.f
'•me ...15 *,1„ 70 00 000 , 75 0(
>!.n B st Aubin * -' 1 * ■ .V 75 00 (> 00 75 01
.mi.' and John Larkin. (sW of Wabashaw street) 1 .: 1 i MOO ono 25 Oil
cms and same, (, NE of Wabaahaw street) 1 .; 1 '. \[ 13 00 000 13 Ot
All objections to said assessment must made be in writing and filed with the Clerk of said Board
.1 least one day prior to said meeting,
official: JOHN PARItiNGTON, President.
K. L. Gossan, Clerk Board of Public Work*. /
312-314 C 3
BSJ_»a — ■ ii IS* .»»— wgs» .
JiMKATO ADMTISEHITS.
' -;
MACHINERY.
Malo Hiittiig Co.,
foundry &mm SHOP.
MANUFACTURE
-it-am Ermines, \
'baw Mil In and
Mill Machinery,
Iron M Brass Castings
AND
ALL KINDS OF HEP AIRS.
MANKATO, ~ - MINN
215*
FURNITURE. ETC.
JOHN KLEIN,
Manufacture and Wholesale Dealer in
Furniture !
Carpets, Matting;, Oil Clou and Feathers,
BURIAfc CASKETS AND I Off HI
Order* for Bank and Office Furniture Promptly
Filled.
104 SOUTH FUO.NT STREET,
MANKATO,' ■ ■ MINN.
MACHINERY.
a
S. P MORRISON & CO,
ENGINES,
BOILERS. UW.IUUJID fI.UHIIERY,
STEAM PUMPS,
Inspirators, Deli i"?, Parking, Steam Fitting
Etc., Etc. j
MAXKATO. ... ; JfJA'A. |
DRUGS, ETC. . I
MOORE, piper & CO., I
WHOLESALE di. Deems & jobbers
in Faints, Oils, etc.
We ship Carbon oil and Gasoline from tho
fallowing nation*: Winnebago City. Tracy,
Pipe*tooe, Minn.; Waterto-»., Volga, D. T.
We solicit the trade of dealer* only. 245tf
STONE. »?
• W. B. CRAIG & CO.
i
Ernie Slots Leflsejatt.
We are prepared to handle the largest amount
of stone in the shortest time of any firm in the
«>«, and have every facility for filling orders
promptly, and are prepared to take all kinds of
COMRACT WOBK IM THIS LINE.
.' ■','-•> i
MANKATO, MINN. j
LINSEED OIL.
laiiTfisßuuli
MANUFACTORY-
Linseed 03 and Cake by the Old Process.
CROUD MIX FOR FEEDHd
Constantly on JJantL
Riftat Prices Paid far Flax Seed.
MANKATO. - • MINN.
______fiHß^ffHaßa'Hßaiaa'aß'H
BUILDING CONTRACTORS.
O. R. MATHER,
CONTRACTOR M» BUILDER,
Manufacturer of Red and Cream Brick, and dealer
; a all kinds of MankatoStoae. Quarry aad Work*
Nort Front street.
MANK-ITO. MIXH.
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LEGAL. [■ f ■:.:
OTATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF RAMSEY
The State of Minnesota to Mrs. A. M. Baker, defend
ant: /
You are hereby summoned to be and appear before
the undersigned, one — the Justices of th* Peace la
and for said county, on the 28th day of /November,
lss I, at 3 o'clock In the afternoon, at mv'iffice In th*
county of Ramsey, to answer to Julia K. Johnson, In
a civil action.
Should you fall to appear at the '(me and place
aforesaid, Judgment will be rendered against you '
upon the evidence adduced by said John K. Johnson,
for such sum as he shall show himself entitled to.
Given under my band this 2'Jth,' day of October,
A. b. 1884.
E. 11. WOOD,
ocSl-frl-4— Justice of the Peace.
STATEOF MINNESOTA. COUNTY OF RAMSEY.
— »*. District Court, Second Judicial District.
William Cunningham and Charm* L. Haas, copart
ners as Cunningham & Haas, against Oscar L. Jebo
aud George Haas, copartner* as Jebe A Haas.
SIMMONS, I'EVI AM. SUM CURTAIN.
The State of Minnesota to the above named defend'
ants:
You are hereby summoned and required to answer
th.- complaint of the plaintiff* baths above entitled
action, which la on tlleln the office of the cleric of th*
said court, at his office at St. Paul, Minnesota, unci ta
serve a copy of your answer to said complaint on the
subscriber, at his office, In the city of St. Paul, In
the county of — My, within twenty day* after the
service of this summons upon you, exclusive of the
day of such service; and, if you fall to answer said
complaint within the time aforesaid, tbe plaintiffs to
this action will take judgment against yon, and earl;
of you, for the sum of eight hundred and flfty-llva
and CO-lUD dollar*, and Interest thereon since Sep
tember t*_ , ISSI. at the rntc of seven per cent, per
annum, besides the cost* and disbursement* of this
action.
Dated September 21, 1834.
ALFRED a*. HALL,
i'lalnilir-i' Attorney, St. Paul, Minn.
___ oct2-7w-frl
NOTICE Is hereby given that John S. Somen
—.1 and John McConnell, heretofore doing
I business in the city of St. Paul, Minnesota, undei
; the firm name and style of John S. Somen SI
Co., will on the teeth day of October, A. 1). 1884,
dissolve said partnership. ' All accounts now duo
and owing, or which may become due and owing
(aid firm, will be paid to John McConnell, south
west corner Fourth and Robert streets, St. Paul,
Minn.
St. Paul, Oct. 9th, 1884.
octl»-5w-frl JOHN S. SOMERS & CO.
STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF kamse!
— ss.
The State of Minnesota, to Apollo J. Bush, defend
ant:
You are hereby summoned to be and appear befon
the undersigned, one of the Justices of the Peace It
and fur said county, on the tenth day of December,
1884, at 9 o'clock In lbs forenoon, at my office In ihe
city of Saint Paul. No. I— Ws—w—ss street. In said
county to answer to >a'hanlel M. Singleton and Join
j Fryer, Jr.. copartners as Singleton A Fryer, In «
I civil action.
Should you fall to appear at the time and plact
aforesaid, judgement will be rendered against yot
I upon the evidence adduced by said Singleton S Fry
I for such sum as he shall show himself entitled to.
i Given under my hand this 6th day of November
I A. U. 1884.
S. V. HANFT.
' nov7-4w-fri Justice of the Peace.
CONTRACT WORK
Sewer on Oak Street
: OTTICB or tits BOARD of Public Works, >
City or St. Paul. Minn.. Nov. 3, 1884. I
Sealed bid* 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 17th day of November. A. D.
1884, for the construction of a sewer on Oak
street, from Fifth (sth) street to Sixth (•— 1
street. In said city, together with the necessarj
catch l.:i-in- and manholes, according to plans
and specifications on file in tbe oflice^of said
Board.
A bond with at least two (2) sureties In a sura
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 bid*.
!
• JOHN FARRINGTON, President.
Official:
IT— > L. Gorman, Clerk Board of Public Works.
310-320 •
CONTRACT WORK.
Grating Roto Street ./
Optics of the BOABD of Public WORKS, V
Citt of St. Paul. Minn.. Nov. L IBB4. J
Sealed bids will be received by the Board of
i 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 17th day of November,
A. O. IHS4, for the grading .ol Ruble street
from Ohio street to Manomin ' street . In
j said city, according to plans and specifications
■ on file — the office of . said Board,'
A bond with at least two (2) sureties, in s asm
of at least twenty (20) per cent.,' of the gross
amount bid must accompany each bid.
' The said Board reserve* the right to reject any
or all bid*. ::'-
JOHN FARRINGTON. President.
I official: i Sui gj ana lf— Mß— S^S^^yWtfißi
It. — Gorman', Clerk Board of Public Work*.
810-320
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