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GATHEEED IN STILLWATER.
Cloßlns I>ay of tlie Baptist Awodatlon
Tidbits of Xcwb and Gos9lp Tersely
Tho meetinjr af the ' Baptist association
closed lust nia'ht: The tnorning session was
>pei'.od by Uevotlpaal exorcises led by Key.
iV. E. Barker. I'nUnished aud" now" business
foilowod. Tho treasurer's account was read
. jiuct goneral . reports made by tho different
sociotie-i. Mr. B. W. Smith presented Jhe.;
■ euuso of the Publication society. Key. C. 'F.
■Folinan' of Cliicngo, the Homo Missiou societjr.
■ Xcv T. G. Field mid J. C-. Hoblet of Minn*
- upolis, the Missionary society. A missionary ]
<omunuee was .appointed, consisting of Ke\:
D. D. MacLauron, ltev, J. H. Scott, Key.'
It W »riM)lcl. llev. H. Kennedy aud
Key. W. M. Corkery. Au excellent sermon
on "Tho Kesurrx-Ltion of Christ," was deliv
ered by-Rev. XV. K. Barker. ' i-,eeently from
the East;. Ttio morninsr. session closed with
prayer by Key. Dr. J. H. Carroll, pastor of
the Presbyterliui church of Stillwater. At S
o'clock p. in. the . afternoon . session wast
opent'd with devotioual ■ exercises, led b y
Key. W. Gilkcs.., The report of the Women s
Home Mission society *«as made by Mrs.
; Barrett, utter which teisutks wore made by
Miss Clcora A.- Ham. Mrs. Miller of Salt;
Lake City made the report on the Wonan sj
Foreijru Mission so.ietv ami couducted the,
meetiiiir, which .very- interesting:. Miss!
May Vowler »i' Newp«»r.t- related her experi
ence and 'call to become a foreign missionary, i
Mrs. Hanee of Mlnneapolla also spoke. Con-
BMerable busine:.s pertaininar to these socie
ties was, tmnsuotetl. A discussiou led by
"Mr. A. B. H. 'B. Marshnll of Owatona on
"Education., closed the afternoon session.
lU tbe" evening-, as in former sessious. devo
tional exurcisos, led by. ltev. Lyman Palmet,
camo nrsf, followed by addresses by Key. W.
M. Corkery. and .. others, which closed the
meetinjr. Many of the delegates 1 left for their;
homes ,-vcsterday - and . hist uight. aud the;
others Wilt leave "to-'diiy and to-morrow. All
express themselves as highly ploased with
their entertuinment while in Stillwater. •-
Xotcu About Towu. ;
The thaater will open to-morrow ni?b.t with a.
sparring exhibition. Among those *ho will take
part are l'atsy Mellin, . l'addy Norton, Christ;
Muri'liy. I'rof. "Donaldson, billy Wilson, Cuin
miugs and Doyle, and Sullivan and Donladson. i
The hrst three'Reutlemen are already here. This
theater will seat 1.190 pers>:is.
Among the log titles made yesterday wero the
following: H. O. Ferguson 230.030 feet to the
faaugferd Jfc Hall Lumber company of Fulton, 111.:
gauntry \ Toier to the same llrm. one raft; Ander
sou & O'Brien and Iler*«y Jt Bean each ono raft
to F:iber & Co., of Keokuk. - ■ ■ :
The case of John I*. Lash TS. 31.. P. Gray aaJ
li:;vi-.l liruy occupied the attention of the district
court yesterday. The case of Matt Clark vs. the!
C. S. Nelson Lumber company was .continued.
The next case will be that of A. K. Doe v». Martin'
Mower. " •
Yeitcrday a bony tumor was removed from the
lei; o£ Alfred Ilouey. used 22, son of Mr. t John
ltuney. residing on South ' Second street.' Tlio
operation require*! about ono hour, and tlie .pa
tient is getting alc.ig nicely. :.
Ytsterday a large jiarty ol married ladies wcro
driven to Cornelian lake, in Farmer's splendiJ
new excursion wagon, where they spent the day
very i leinuntly. .■-■' . . . '
Yesterday llolcomb & Bro. soU to Mrs. Kute
<:illesj>ic nineteen toet frontage; c>n South Main
street, occupied by John NaTquist's »a:ooa, for
*J.ISI<. . ;
Dr. .1. C. Uh.ide-i returned yestjrJay from Min
neapolis, where ho attended the reunion of the .
Ninth regiment, lie report* a tip-top time.
Johu Green, the contractor for the new Mower
Mock which will cost about «a,OOO. has a large
forL-e of men at work removing the debris.
li Last evening a seven-year-old son of Ben Tho
: lan residing on North Fourth street, stepped on a
piece of tin. tutting his foot severely. ... '
Orris \V. Lee will hear tho testimony in the di
" vorce case of yarah E. Staples vs. Winfield Stitples
'.and report to Judge llcClure.
The many friend of Mrs. Wil 1 Marvin will re
- prct tn hear of her nudden . death at Hudson on
AJFednesday nipht. . '
. Mri. N. N. Johnson i 3 home from a week's trip
to Far;o, Iloche3ter and- other places ou business
and pleasure. ...--.
Itov. Father Colter of Winona, will lecture on
temperance in the St. Michael's church next Tues
' C. B. Nason of Moline, 111., and Ira Stockwoll of
Lyons, la., both prominent lumbermen, are in the
A Davenport lady named Gude is here looki ng
nfter her husband, who disappeared come time
Charles W. Gorhn.ni, Ksq., of St. Paul, ia the .
fuest ot his brother. Mr. Ueorge Gorham.
\ i Key. Stowe of St. Paul will preach in tho Epis
copal church next Sunday.
-;• A insane man supposed to be from sit. I'eter
was locked yesterday. •
v Hon. E. W. Durant leave? to-day for Cleveland
*»n business. ? * ' *, '.
IttcLain, 38G Wabastia,
Has just received sixty cases of dress
goods, well worth 20 cents per yard, that
can be bought to-day for 7 cents. H9
DFifty years ago the term of neuralgia was
somparatively unknown to the ; profession,
bnt is now one of tlie most frequent arid
distressing diseases of our time . The best
remedy for it, however, is Salvation Oil.
Price 25 cents. \ " ;
The grand concert at rote's Tivoli to-nlg-ht,
Tuesday. - .. -: ■
A Good Hotel. !•■" "-.\
The Chateausay hotel at AVaitc Bear is the
most pleasant and satisfactory house that tho
traveler enn meet with anywhere, and all who
visit White Bear will be glad to know thnt it
has bcenoi>ened to tho public. .It is very
pieusuntly located on the lane, furnishes tho
t>9»t table of tiny house on the lake, has the
best help mid takes the best care of all visit
ors that go to that beautiful body of water.
Ererythinjr about it is so clenn and attractive
that there is no wonder that it draws visitors
tOlt — -■'' B?W
' '' Domestic* Furnikbcd ;»",
On short notice at Kent's package deliverh
end- employment office, 200 West , Seveuty
street. sft|P-i-'*F-"Bg , . . ..
Iftirrab for Wall Paper! ,
I will sell wall paper lor the next two weeks
at strict cost price at 221 East Seventh street.
A. H. Lohlker.
Tlie Domestic . '
Sewing: Machine company are represented in
St. Puul at (55 Eust Third street, and carry a
larger stock of this justly popular machine
thau ever before.
The'oTiiiid concert at Grote's Tivoli to-ni|rht,
Tuesday. ■ •>'-'^.i'.;'».
Garden Hoto aud Hotc Rcclt .'
And all kinds of rubl.er goods at New York
"prices.- Goodyear Kubbber Company, James
Suydum',. ugent, iol East Third street. Only
Etore in St. Paul connected with Goodyear
ltubber company. S?SI I^SflQßg
The Vreat ZVortliwest :.
Sewiner Machine Supply and Repair company
have leased the the premises in the rear of 65.
East Third street, and are prepared to repair
any kind of machine at the ■ lowest possible
cost. ;.tafiSßl " * :
-&bsb!ute(y ; Pure. '
Tb5P powder rever varlon. . A niarve of pit
rity, stieng-th and wholesomeness. More eco
nomical than tho ordinary kinds, and cannot
be sold in competition with : the multitudes of
Aow . tost, short ' weight, . alum or phosphate
powders. Sold only in cans. Koval Baking
tfowDEit Co., ISO Wall street. New York. . .
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Found runnluy at. within tho City "of
St. Paul, la violation of the prdluancos of said
City rn-.relutl6irio ? impoundiuir animals, and
takon up by tho Poirud Muster of said city,
on the,;, ad d,ajv of..June, 1880, and not
redoomed, the hereinafter described unimuls. '
• ' Now, thereforo,-Ju*' accordauco with law. I
will sell at public auction in front of tho pub
lic, pound ou'' Unjon afonue. In tho Seventh
ward of said "city, on tho 15th day of Juno,
18t!C, at 10 o'clock lv the forenoon, to the •
faiKhest bidder for cash, ■ .-.;. ■.
T3TStf ; gray, ' about 10 years "old; ono sorrel
with white strip in forehead, oue white hlad
le«-, about 3 year* old.'
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•'.... , ' . P. J. GLEE3ON, Pound Master.
. v Dated lOtli ilay \>t J uue, 1888 .'" IC2-83-G5
' Found running-' at larjre wlt'aiu the City of
St. Puul, iv violtitlou'of the orJinances of said
city in relation to ioipounJiiiK 1 aiiiiuuls. and
takeu up by the Pound Master of said city, on
tho 10th day of .luue. lbto, and not redeemed,
the hereinafter described animals. ■ *'
Now the.-cfore, .iv accordance with law, 1
will sell at public auction lv front pt! the pub
lic pound you avenue, in the Seventh
ward of said. city, on the 15tb day. of June.
.ISSO, at 'JO' o'clock in the forenoon, to the
highest bidder for cash. ■• ■'
ONE BAY HORSE,
About 12 years Old, with ono fore leg: sore.
■•"■'■ P. J. GLEESOX. Pound Master. .
, Dated Juao 10,. ISSO. 163.63.C5
'-' : NOTICE
To Contractors !
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'A\ *■% CiMr Cr.EUK'* Office," )
, ; >,:, ;> WV Sx. Paul, Juno 'J, 1886. j j
■■■ Sealed proposals, marked "Proposals for a«i- !
ditioa.tb City Hdspital." will be rece^rrn at
this office uutil a o'clock p. m. on Tuesday,
the Twenty-second *d:»y of June, A. D. 1886.
--for rurnlnbin;? the, necessary materials and.
the construction* of" ah additiau to the city
hospital, in acoojhdauce with plans cad speci
llcations therCTor. on flic iv this office.
j Proposals must bo"' iiccompuuicd by a bond;
iv 20 per cent, of the ; asif rejrato amount bid.
The Common Council resdrves tho right to
reject any and all proposals. ', ■' . ;.'
lty order of Common CouuciT. •'.-. n '.
. . .. . TIIOS. A. PiiEXDEUGAST, -•
162-71 .;:;-'; ■■.:'•:*■•. ?/- CityClork.
' ' ' OPWCB OK THE MmtXSOXA & O.VTAUIO )
• i! S lcmßeu .I.'omimny. v
:'■ ■ • ST. Paul. Mirinesjta. June 1, 188(i. ' j
.' At the annual tn"e« tine of the stockholders of
the Minnesota A Outkrio Lumber company, tlio
day above, naujpj, pursuunt to thu articles of in
eorporutiou a:id by-laws of said company, the fol
lowing rosolution Was"dtily adopted by the unaui
luous votu. of ull tho stockholders of said com
pany, to-wit: ' '.* ";.
1 "Whereas -.said' Minnesota * Ontario Lumber
coiujauyi* a corporation organized under Title
two (2) of Chapter,'l-h!rty-four(34) of the Statutes
of iliiineitotu and tiio amciiauionts thetcto, and
haa resolrodto chikngo ond modify artico fourth
(4) of tho articles of incorporation; y
: | And whereas all tlie stockholders of, s-xid , com
pany are of ' tho : opinion that such, vhuiigo and
modification of said article is advisable and neces
sjary; therefore,- v".*. • "': '";': .. .
Kesolved, That iho following now and amendod
article \>c and the sumo is hereby adopted, modi
fyiug and changing and to be substituted for and
in placo of said article fourth (i), so that' the
same shall read as follows: • " ' ■ .•■ ;
: i ■.-'-- -- : -•ARTICLE FOURTH (4.) : '
The highest amount of indebtedness or liability
to which said 'corporation shall be at any time
subject Shall be one hundred thousand dollars..
Aiid Js further -.resolved tbat tKe foregoing
preamble and this resolution and the duepassafre
thereof bj the . stockholders of this conniaitY'la
this meettng; be authenticated under the 68183H8H
seal of this compauy. signed by the presideHi'aiji}
attested by the secretary, and that the secretary
cause the same, to be fired, recorded and published
according to law.'.' .... ' •; ••" '. ■ ■'■■
Office OF'TifE"MixXKPOTA & ONTARIO )
i . . -• - i.l MBtu Company. V
St. Paul. Minnesota, June 2, 1886. \
It is hereby certified and made known that the
foregoing preamble and " resolution were dv y
passed at the annual meeting of the stockholders
of the Minnesota A Ontario Lumber company held
at the oflice of-: sold cumpuny in the city of St.
I'aul. Minnesota.'on tho lint day of Juno. 1886. .- ■
< \n t«stiiuony whereof jiiitl": company has caused
its common seal to. bo^afjgjMU'.tereto, attested by
Us secretary, and thtite irtSunts to be signed by
Its president this sucoiid dt>fof June, 1880. . .
' Minnesota 4 Ontario Lumber company by .
[seal];-. ' > IJKNNIS RYAN, President
Attest: Fiia.nk Kuocfu, Sucretary. • - _ . .
STATE OF-MiNNEsoTA. <) ■■■ ■ • :• '
OEPAHTiIENT OF STATE. f . ■• .: <*■ ■ -
I hereby certify that the within instrument was
filed for record in this office ou the 3th day of
June, A. 1). 1886. at 2:30 o'clock p. in., and was
duly recorded in book O of Incorporations on pages
236 and 237. ') FIiED Yon Bacmiiaco,
. . — : -—_ .^ , Secretary of State. ,
; STATE OF MINNKSOTA. 1..
1- , : CoCNTY,OI»JtAMS|T v ■f" ' « •- - ■ > ■ ; - >••
' , " oVfice ov TUB REGISTEB of DEEDS.
This Is to certify that the within instrument was
filed for rocord iri Ihis oflice, at St. Paul, on the
S)th day of*Junie,*A.- D. 1880, at 2:40 o'clock j..
m.', and that the- same- was duly recorded in book
C of Incorporations, pages '.'Ss etc
. ; .. ■R. C." WILEY, Register of Deeds.
By J. P. Leitn i:h, -Deputy. - .■ .
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' Office of the City Theasurer, > '
. '; , , St. Paul, Minu., June 4, 1886. \
All persons Interested la tho assess mont
for ' ._. '"."'; , : ...v. . ~
Opeiiinff, widehLair. and extension of
! Erie street, from Randolph street to
southeasterly line of Wriglit's addi
■ tion, -"(■ • -^ . ■"■' '' y^ : : : v - r/
' r X WILL TAKE NOTICE
That on the" 2d day of June, 1880, I did
'■ r^ lT^ aTfß ? OHI the City Comptrollor
; oMhe City cf St> Wul 'orthecouection 6f the
above named asieYsment.
. The nature of this warrant is, that if you
rail to pay the assessment within S
> THIRTY DAYS
•fter be fiwt publication of this notice. 1
shall report yoaind your real estate so as
.scased-M delinquent, and apply to the Dis
trict Colirt of the' County of Ramsey. Minnt
•ota^forju^ment agntast your lands, lots,
S**Sfi : parceU hereof so usessed, in
cludindf lnterest^osts and expenses, and for
an order of tho Ciurt to sell the same for the
payment thereof. : —>.«-. •■ ■* >:■■ ,
r"\: ■/ n ; 1 GEORGE REIS, City Treasurer.
;'..-.•.. r v I.*.; ..;. I". 156-68 -:>■;►• ' . '
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; . Wo. have on. hand repairs for all. stoves
made;; also a full line of wood and coal stoves. '
Stores stored. Orders by mail will receive
prompt attention;- ; s ; ■
•::■ : American Stove Repair Worts, v
184 AVcst Seventli St., Seven Corners
;■■'*■' Qrxog]Propokal« for Coal. - i — i
i f «L§'4 AX * : OF S*BOTA, ACDITOIt'S Office, t
!in<£ L" '•' '■" "5 .' St. PACiH'June It), 18'8C. $
.^SekleJ;propb3alß for supplying coal to the
varibui^ate Institutions for the year endinjr
Jfclv:d;l,TSßT. will be received at this. office
nWtil K_o;plbckjhj3on, ou the 15th day of July,
181)6. ; filanks, specifying kinds, quantities
aad places of -Uellvery, and. giving terms of
pay incut and other information, will be fur
.lUsbca application. ' The right to reject
any and all bids is reserved. .' ■-'."
/ . : . L. P..HUBBAKD. Governor. -^^
'"■ W. \V. BKAI>EN, Auditor, - ":.
CHARLES KITTELSON, Treasurer. - ;
. ' Fuel Commissioners of Minnesota. ' '
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THE ST. PAUL DAILY GLOBE. FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 1 11, 18801
A STYLISH FIT.
'•L/"^\;''"iß • Mi^i' Our Men'&'Dlress^and Busi-'
ness Suits, for excellence,
- — . jIPII /-^'l variety and style excel all
• " <^- M fPm- ll^f previous displays made by
■••■'•■•" H^BJia •• v ; -%. us. They are made from
Mtf&j R choice imported materials
v-JJDHh^ v^^^€ exclusi vely, and cut
'^-sl^ sllla >t --^--~^ an ?" trimmed .in the
*^CT*"^ gjt} f•■ height of - fe-shion. Shrewd
sfe.«»v-B i -c " 4 "^b gentlemen who are fine and
T^ifcl H i " <z >:^ - * particular dressers will buy
llftß w^Hfr»jL "^uf these Suits and save. the dif
ference in the price the merchant tailors would ask
for the same goods, upon which no better fit or work
manship could be secured. We display a most tempt
ing variety of these extra fine Dress Suits, and all are
cut and trimmed to suit the tastes of gentlemen who
observe the "latest modes." ' ' f ,#*; ••.:•■• '■ : •
91 East Third Street; 'St.!" Paxll. ;:,>;".'
137 East Sixth Street, Hotel Ryan; ;
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335 Robert Street
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ST. PAUL, - - .':,-:: MINN,
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Property in AlTParts of the City ,
• ■:■ v JLjL^V^ih^.^' ala ? e i Refrigerator
*'.. ; CJ^ ■i^i'MN ' ' f > Manufactured at thi^ St. l*aul Box Fac
.- <i, I |lJ^ ,^V : toi-yand IManlns Mill, also- Fislier'a
ts [fife Jr» . ' ' r Grocery and Butcher lioxos and C»ld
** Pg^t^^gSSf 'rß ■ Storage Houses, Counter, Store, OQlce
j^g^_ : jrryil I JS ptrw ;■ Drug: Fixtures, Custom Planlo;,
K9 w^jSSS^s jfeirfw^ntC^tni. . Moulding, Turning:, Scroll and U'e
■ EIWiT t ®STiffln 6l' ■fctVrfe' '*W & sawing, Wainscottlng, Casings t uiid
m&x vS§! 'f.fJpßJliji I^3i&*"'f3$ l Hardwood Flooring. Kallroaa tract
? ;IC ! T ;fi^ \ BLODGETT & OSCOOD,
FisniKsßaar*i!i FU.E3 "~*. ■ • __[ : *^ : , Cor. E. Fourth and -Locust •
DENNIS RTAM, HENRY D. BO.CTBKS,
KOBT. A. BKTKCNB, ' ' ' JNO. V W. BELL. ' ■:
RYAN DRUG CO.;
Importing .and Jobbing; Druggists
a mv ,
p. DRUGGISTS' SUNDRYMEN,
«5, 227., 229 East Third street, <. ; - Bt. FACV
"GRANT & MULLEN7
General Commission Mercliants,
AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IS ' -
GRAIN, FEED, BUTTER, EGGS,
No. 372 Robert st. Consignments sbliei ted\
JAMES SUYDAM, Aseat;.. , .'..
131 East Third Street.
BEST QUALITY RUBBER GOODS.
■j ■■ y • :; : k H. SWIFT, |■ t .V-
Wholesale Dealer in Foreijfn and Domsstia
TBAS. COFFEES. JELLIES, ETC.,
18* Kast Third Streoi. i.
Sole Agent^or Laut2 Bros, k Co. Acme and \
;•■ ■' >. ; ■ other Soaps. v ■ » • •
- BTI and 878 Slbley Stroot.
FAIRBANKS SCALES ' X
NOYES BROS. & CUTLER, \
. .: — nCPORTERS AWI> ■■■y-ift.r '■■'"'
63 and 70 Sibley ttreot, oorner Fifth, ~- ••
BT. PAUL. - ... ,MtkiL !
' . •;. '. : FOR^ALL ■;,.....•:.-> ..' . ' ■
In busiuess blocks or residences" '' '
TERRA COTTA LDMBSR
Is unsurpassed. ;. It Is absolutely ! FIRE
PEOOF; adds to the warmth and ! comfort
buildings and effects a reduction in the rates,
of insurance.' <■ •■. ■
: ;■:,"•■; H. A. BOARDMAN, Manager," i 'V
363 Jacksou street, St. Paul.
Minneapolis Ag-euts, C. S. * Leeds - & Co., 26 '
_; Syndicate block. ,:~.' ."•*:;? *'■ . - •;..■.■-< ,
HEZEKIAH HALL,. REAL ESTATE £»RO '
ker. (Estublishod 1672.) OrriCE, earner
Third and Robert , streets (in Savings Hank,)
ST. PAUL. MINN, Uuys and st-Us Real Estuto, ;
Negotiates Loans and Lr ase9, Appraises Prop- •
erty, Collects Accounts; Pays Taxes, Assess
ments, etc. t£T Speciul attention given to
interests" of non-rcsid6nt clieuts. >.«..-.,;'.';■■ ; ;:i,-,
( N. B. — I have several line dairy and Rtock
farms near St. Paul for sale on easy terms; .
•lso garden lots and acres for platticir. ' -
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Sewer on Ashland Avenue and St Albans
: Street. _ -^ ,
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Office OF the Be?Arii>.t»F PCBLIC VKOrks, >
< • g City ofSt. Paul, Minn., 7 188 G. )
• Scaled bids will be recelvod.ti.y the Board of
Public Worts In and'Jpr the -^corporation of
the City ol St. l'aul. Miuuesoti at their offlct
in biila citytfntil in. on ttiol4th day of Juue,
A. D. lfjSu.tftn- the epttstructiOS Of aspwer on
Aslilund Avehue.trora 1 Dalc'street to St. Albans
street and on St. Albans street, from Ashland
Avenue to Marshall Avenue, in said city, to
gcttier with the neevssury catchbasimi and
manholes, according to plans and ipeciflca*
lions on flic in tho office 'of said Board.
A bond -with at TeiUt two (S) sureties m a
•sum of at least twepty (20) per cent, of the
gross aimdunt bid nJiist^ accompany eaoh bid.
The Sttid Boord reserves the riffht to reject
'onjr or all bids.> ': - I t
- ••-■••• ! WltitlAM BAHRETT. President.
OiTicial: .„..-; .-.i,--;,;:;: -■.:,-•;•... .-.: ■. :•: '
' B. L.GoimANXl«rk Board, oX Public Works.
/ Gradinp^offiipLii^|ieinie^ ■ .>\
Office of the Hoard of Public Works, >
City ofST.'PXVL. Minn.. June 1. 1886. \
Scaled bids will be received by the Board at
I'ublio Works in and for the corporation of
the City of St. Paul, iliuue.sota, at their office
iv said ' city until 13 in," cfafthe;l2th day of
June, A. D. 1888. for thS fiTaidinjgof Hoffman
Avenue, fi-qin Sbiort street to lot 14,' block 17,
Suburban Hills Ad^itip»i in saia city<raccoi'd
injrto plans nndt'spcciilcatio&s on -flic in the
ofiico of said Bor,rJ.^
A Lonil witu at Jpnst two (2) sureties. in a
sum of at least -twenty (20) p«sr cent, of the
cross amount bid must accompany each bid.
sPi€ snicl Board reserves the rijht to reject
nuy or all bids. ;_.
f WICLl AM BARRETT, President.
Official: ■' . 7 ;,?v.:.
• R.L.GoRMAN.CIerk Bourd of Public Works.
Grading Mound Street
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Office of t^jb^oahd of Public Works, ? .
•?.- Citv of 8t; Minn., June 3. IBUO. S
. Sealed bids will tm received by the Board of
Public Works in and for the corporation of
theCitjr of St. Paul, Minnesota, at their offi-w
iv said city, until 12 in. on thts 14tn day of
Juno.. A. D. 1886, for tbe grading of Mound
street, to a wWth' of forty (40) feet from
Burns Avenue to HasiiuffS Aveuue, in said
city, according to, plans and specifications on
fllo in tho oSlco'of said -Board. ' V '■• . '
: A bond with at least two <8) suretiei.'ln a
sum of at least twenty (20) per cent. «f tht
mosc amount bid, must accompany eaoh bid. ! J
; rtiesaid Board ix-servc* tho right to reJecJ
any or all bids. h ■ vi. . -■
WILLIAM BAHRBTT, President.
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R. L. GoiiMAN c <aer>,Bgard of rui>lifc.Wotl«,
'--*- •■*"*.. 155-t's .
DR. J. C. WALKER.
«Eye and Ear Surgeon,
'•^^^^ 104 E.Thtrd street, 9t. Paul, Mins
Largest stoc. of Artmclia gyes lo the Wes#
- Within the l»8t ten days we hare made
i mortgage i oanß of $00,000, 15,000, $12,000,
, $11,000, $3,600, ' $2,600, $2,000, ; $1,800 and
. $l,oop, all scoured by real estate In Bt. Paul
and Minneapolis, and are completing: loans oft
$12,000, $10,000, $3,000 and $2,500, and still.
.have , ;<.". >pi ... »:.;•-. .'• *
■•.;i' : " More Money •
to loan on first-class real estate security a
low rates of 1 n terest.in Urge or small amounts
; BONDS AND STOCKS.
W« will pay tbe highest market prloe for St. :
Paul National Bunk stocks, and for S. t. Paul
and Minneapolis city bouds and certificates of
lndebtness and for estimates; also for Miune* .
sota school bonds. • ■ .<••■• i ■..'>
- Drake Block. St. Panl, Minn.
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'}■ ■••'."•;'• -■ '■■.■■ " •"■'.. M'lzotpj 1 -
AND DEALERS IN
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Fine Art Gas Fixtures.
r 1110 nil UaD riAlllluDi
. 96 E. Third Street.
.; Sewer on Rosabel Street. ,.J
Office op the Board of Public Works, ?
Crrr of St. Paul, Minn., June 7, 1883. S
Sealed b'ida will be received by tho Board of
Public Works' in and for tbe corporation of
the City of St. Paul, Minnesota, at their oflice
In said city, until 12 in. on tho 18th da- of
June, AjD. 3856. for the construction of a
sewer on Rosabel street, from Third (3d)
street to.Fourth,(4th) street, in said city, to
gether with tho necessary catchbasins and
uiaabo]o3;"accordinjr to plans and specifica
tions on 111 c in the office of said Board. . ; .
•''Abclrtd with- iitlejisl* two (2) surctlos,raa
uih of at least twenty (20) , per oont. of ths
sioss amount bid must accompany each bid.
* 'xUesiUd iJoiua ' reserves tins rijjnt to rejo.'J
-any or all bids. ... r v.:
.'-'". .• '. WILLIAM BAUaETT.-presldeut
.Official: - .
. i R; L. GoaiiAS, aerk.Uoax-il of Public Works.
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Sewer on Broadway' and Groye Street.
Office of thk. Board of Public Works, )
City of St. Paul, Minn., June T, 1886. f
Sealcd.bicJs will be received by the Board of
Public Works ia and for the corporation of
the City of St. Paul. Minnesota, at thoir office
insaid'eity. until 12 Ri. on tho 18th day of
June, A.-D. HS6, for the construction of a
sewer on Grove street, .from a point fifty (50)
feet northeasterly of Cauada street to Broad
wayr; thcuco Jscutheasteriy. .to . a connection
with the _ Broadway sower, in said city,' to
retherwith iue necessary catchbasins an.!
manholes, according to plans and speciflca
tidns bn'nlein tUo bOlco of said Board. ■„•••:•
A' bond" with at least two (2) sureties iq a
sum of at least twenty (20) per cent, of the
«n!-oss amount bid must accompany each bid.
; The saia Board reservos* the right to reject
aiiy or all bids. ■ , • "... .
• >.'•?■ WILLIAM BARRETT, President.
Official: ; * •.:: >;• .■.--■■ * * . : .... ..- ■■ . '
I E. L.QonMAN.Clerk Board of Publlo Works.
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v .w' : Sewer on Sibley Street
Offtce\of xiicß Board of' Public Works, ?
[•:": City of St. Paul, Minn., June 7, 188b. S
j Sealed t>ids will be reoeived by the Board ot
; Public Works in and for the corporation of
: the City of SU Paul, Minnesota, at their otfio*
In said city until 13 in. on the ISth day of
June, A. I). 1886, for the construction of a
sewer on Sibley street, from a- point twenty
(20) i, feet north of the north line -of tho
leveo to Third (3d)) street, in said city, to
y-ctber witli.'tbc necessary catchbasins and
inaqholos, according to plans and specifica
tions '6n' flic in the offlco of said Board.
A pond 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.
! T£e said Board reserves the rijrht to reject
any or all bids. . ' . .. ■■-;"■■ "T '■■■'-■
;■> '■■ i: WILLIAM BARRETT, President.
Official: •■ .!•' • ■ ' • .
■ Bi. L.GoRMAN.CIerk Board of Public Works.
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Sewer on Greenorier Aienue and Mar
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Office op the Board of Public Works, \
, City of St. Paul, Minn., June 7, 18S6. V
Sealed bids will be received by the Board of
Public Wdrks In and for ; the corporation of
the City of St. Paul, Minnesota, at their offlco
iv said city, until 12 m. on tho lbth day of Juue.
A. D. ISSU, for the construction of a sewer on
Greenbrier Avenue, from Seventh (7th) stroet
to Margaret street, aud on Margaret \ street,
from iQrecnbrier Avenue ■to Hope street,
. i.i said V city, 'together with tho . necessary
I'catchbaains and manholes, according to plans
and specifications on file in the office ot said
Board. ■■■•' y-y.\'.z.\i(:'. '. .
A bond with at least two (2) sureties in a
sum of at le*st 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. ...
WILLIAM BARRETT, President.
Official: . . - .' :--
R.L. G an, Clerk Board of Public Works.
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Office of the City Treasurer, )
: St. Paul, June 7, 1886. J
' • ALL OWNERS OF - »'| IV
Male or Female Dog^
Who have not paid the Dog Tax for the year
1888, ' : -.y; : , ■ .: • .. • ... ; , ; :'. .-,^v-.
WILL TAKE NOTICE
That an official list of the dogs to be licensed,
certified to by the proper officers, has been
placed' in my hands for collection.. .. . i "■/.•'■":
I Immediate payment at my office Is hereby
requesttid,' and in. default thereof the same
will be* collected iv the manner prescribed by
ordinance. , ' ' • . ". ■ '.. • , . . '
' ' The nature, of these .proceedings is such
that if you fail to pay the aforementioned tax
.of $1 upon every male dog, and $2 upon every
female dog in your possession, within i
• ; V V:: TEN DAYS
after tbe first day of publication ,of this no
tice, I shall report you as delinquent, as re
quired by ordinauce, whereupon the Mayor
Will issue his warrant and cause all -dogs not
paid for to be' killed, or to be surrendered to
the police and summarily, destroyed, or have
all parties refusing to pay or surrender'such
dog or dogs to be prosecuted according to the
. ordinances In such cases made and provided
I 169-68 GEORGE REIS, City Treasurer
Lyui AUS^N A f'n fIND IP?
iMASON CY.gW HARUS I O .(
N^hamptonH ° 3V S I N WJij
CENTERVILLEffk S^Jf — " "^
~ X GLENWOOD|||S V» / \ """ J^
ho^v-. MOBERLY^a^ I .7 ■: // V 1/
— -^Smsas city J£l i—
PS^? DAILY TRAINS EACH WAY TO
CIEIO, KANSAS CITY AND ST. LOUIS.
. " ■ ;.;. : PULLMAN BUFFET sleepebs AND THROUGH COACHES ox all TRAINS.
HOII RQ ST - louis and
<££> TTKJU HO _^ KANSAS CITY.
Weetoiff Buffet Sleeping Cars, St. Paul to Colnmbtis
0., tharougli Pepria, Bloomington, Danville, Indianapo-
As,-Sprmgfield, 0., and Columbus, Ohio, without
tl^f feftfT*. a^ aSt , Depart for the South and East.
3 ' l -! sis; g; gas s- a:s s s
ttf.2U,amt- .. 1 1 FAKIBAULT, | j | +G:36 p m
p.U a n.| to: pm , .a u aml KE.VYOX, / tl0:10 am j W:55 p m tjjjQ I m
• t.^jam.- •-■-» ,-| ■ HOCHESTKIi. i , | I t8:20 P m
Pols? a-S Silo pSi Will ml^i +11:50 an, *IO:29 p m +8:33 p m
r':3'J pml 113:27 am MASON CITYi +i :24 p in! Jll-5V d m '
■ - : +9:10 a tlO:O5 p m OSKALOOSA, rag;: +3:03 a m i
1 n:10 am) +1 :00 pm! PEORIA. 80:25 ami +3:00 p S
: ',::.. . '... |' + iu:on Pm i tj> : ~ 0 a m BLOOAIIXGTOX, t»:io a m +«.:25 p m
-^ss a;;; s a^Sftg S s 1 1| : s
. -■: .rM'-l'i amj rU:OS pm, -OTTUMWA, +7:50 p in] +6:00 am;
« : - llm i la : nn P H MOBERLY, U:35 am +12:10 p m
. -;■: | -^ m +^ — KAN.CITr,a, 35 am +S^| m
■ Stttm-day. Sunday. -. ■ Monday. | Sunday.
.+Dally except Sunday. *Daily except Saturday. IDaily except Monday.
• City Office- I City Ticket Omce
-193 Third Street, St. Paul. Xo. 1O Nicollet Block, Minneapolis
--, RAYMOND DU PCY, Gen'l Sup-t.l H. M. LITrELU GeaU f"? &Sr A g
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# Chicago, St Paul,
Jteaio- astern R'ys.
The bost etjOi'ippod i-outo to Chicago
, Dining car^tke, finest in the world, and lux«ri
ous Smoking tt6rAti Sleepers on all Regular Ex -
p fflffjf r XS B d?S' i< t^ 0 - •• •-- -■'.;;'
ITO»*»:W^,i7>hfflt( JBne Limited.'-' tke fine«t and
fastest train thin rums between the twin cities and
: Through Pjillman Buffet Sleepers on Omaha and.
Kansas Cityl£xp|es3. , ; - .,; - , ; IVVv^v/^
Through riegping car 3 to Dcs Moines.
"Uepartlng«frains. . , i , r . Leave Leave
..j<r ■ JMmn'apolis St.PauL
Dcs Moines Night Express +6:35 p m +Goopm
Milwaukee & Chicago Ex »8:10 p m *8:50 pm
Sioux C.SxF. iPipestne +8:40 a m " +8:05 a m
Miukopee & Mcrriam J'n.. »7:30 a m *8:15 a m
Omaha Kansas City.V... "0:35 pm - *(i:CO pm
roen Bay Wisconsin Ex +7:30 ara +7:;>7ara
hakopee & . Merriam J'n. »5:30 p m *(!:20pm
Lake Superior Express... +8:15 a m +9:00 a m
Stillwater and Kiver Fallj +9:30 a m +10:00 a m
River Falls Ellsworth.. +4:30 p m +5:00 p m
Chicago Day Express *l:00 p m *l:4Upm
Limited"... ;...ra. 17:00 p m J7:35 p m
St. Paul & Pierre impress »11:55 p m »ll:2a p m
Lake Crystal and JBlinore. *3:40 aiu *8:05 a m
Arriving Traini' A "'vo Arrive
_-_-"■■ i ■■ri: St. Paul. Minn'apolis
St. Paul & Pierrc^xpressj «3:00 aml *2:25 ara
Lake Crystal ahcfTjrmore. +11:30 a m +10:50 a m
Chicago Oay Kxpresi »fi:3o a m »J:is a m
Chicago "Short Line . ,
Limited" . >.<.. +7:65 a m +8:30 a m
Ellsworth & River, Falls.. • 19:10 ara +P-.55 t. m
Merriam J'n & £hakopee. »ll:40 a m *12:55 p m
Milwaukee & Chicago Ex »2:25 p m »3:10 p m
SiouxC..S"x F.*Pipest'ne +7:13 p m +6:40 p m
Omaha and Kansas City.. »ll::!0 a m »10:50 aiu
Lake:' Superior i Express.. +6:05 t> m +6:45 p m
Mcrriam J'n 4 Shakopee. *9:35 p m »ll:40 p m
Green Bay A Wisconsin Er +7:20 p m +8:00 p m
River Falls & Hudson +6:05 p m +C:45 pra
Dcs Moines Night Express Jll.-30 a m t!0:50 a m
•Daily. +Except Sundays. Eight trains todCiU
water tExcept Monday. | Except Saturday.
ti?"Tickets. sleeping car accommodations and
all information can be secured at
No. 18 Nicollet House Block. Minneapolis,
, - ' W. B. WHEELER, Ticket Agent.
'. / .H. Ti. MAKTIN, Agont, Minneapolis Depot.
,No. .159 East jT,hjrd street, opposite Merohauti
Hotel, St. Paul.
? . :.. CUAti^H. PETSCH. City Ticket Agent.
BROWN «->I£NKBKL, Agents, St. Paul Unioa
MiyNEiPpBIS>JJb ST. LOUI3 EAILWAY
-| ALBeRT LEA ROUTE.
: • '■■' '■ - Lv. St.Panl Minpln
Chicago 4 St.Louis Express '7:30 am! *8:10 a m
Dcs Moinos* Kan. City Ex| *7:3oam *8:10 am
Wate'rtown ...... . *7:30 am! *8:30 am
Dcs Moines Express *o:3spm *7:lspm
Excelsior and Morton *2:4opm *s:oopm
Chicago 4 St. Louis "Fast"
'Express , >piu] d7:lspm
d Daily. .' JW»Py except Sundays, t Except
Saturday, itßrtojt Monday. ' - %
- Ticket office aul. 199 East Third street (cor
cer^ibley), Ba«:-eiiger agent and temporary de
pot, general oflice building NoKthern Paciflc rail
road, Broadway, foot of Fourth street. . . ■
Minneapolis, No. 3 Washington avenue soujh
under Nicollet house), and depot corner ThirJ
treetand Fourth avenuo north. - .... . \
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ELEGANT PICTURE FRAMES
1 - If AT MODERATE PRICES
i Lwrgeat . T*M#t7 oi designs in gold and
bronzes to select from in the Northwest, . Or
ders^romptly attended to . and . executed 'in
the best possible manner. Fin* engravings
»nd trtotypes always on hand. ** ■ - ;'.
C- THOMAS, 43 W. THIRD ST
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i | I...LA KE MINNETONKA,
Via ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS & MANITOBA RAILWAY,
V;' Daily Trains will Leave as Follows:
ST. PAUL: ;•:.: ( I , MINNEAPOLIS
•W:3oa. m., *4:30 p. m., *+5:30 p. m. v I 9: 55 a . m *4:so'p. in., 45:55 p. m.
• ' ,- t '■ ■ ' ARRIVE. /
Minneapolis— a. m., 8:30 a. tn.. 5:30 p.m. | St. Faul— 7:ss a. m.. 8:55 a. m., 5.55 p.m.
steamboat connections »at Wavzata; iat M. Beach; +at Spring Park.
ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS & MANITOBA RAILWAY
■>.' ■ . v< ! FARGO SHORT LINE.
: Only Rail Line to Winnipeg and the British Northwest.
. '-?.' "■ . : .. \ " TIME TABLE.. v ;->'->
*J;. r l:'.-'^ :'! "'•• * Leave I.eavo Mm- Arrival Arrive "
.'•'.-■ , , '" ' ■■•'■::.• St. Paul- neapolis St. Paul Minncap'li.
Morris, Willmar, Brown's Valley and Breckenridge.. »7:30 a m 8:05 am ' »7-00 Pml 6:25 p m
Fergus KaUs, Mocrht-ad, ::;:..: »8:20 a m 6:55 am •Ulo pmi 5:10 pin-"
St. Cloud Accommodation, via Mohtioello and Cloar- . 7 .
o» ™* tO J\ y^ '• •"•"••••• »2:Sopm S:OS p m «12:0) m' 11:20 »n» .
St. Cloud. Accommodation, via Anoka and Elk River.. >3:30 p m l:Ua ml ♦10:ai a m 1O:-'O am
Breckenridge, Wahpcton, Ca»selton, Portland,
■* MitTville, Crookston, Grand Forks, Devil's Lake
_ and St. Vincent r.ad Winnipeg 7:Sopm - 8:03 pm 7:30 am 6:55 am
Fergus Falls, Moorliead. Far?o, Grand Forks, Devil's .
v; Lake. L,ariiaoro,Neche.y.:.V... ..».......■.;....... 8:S0 p m 9:10 p m 7:00 am 6:25 a m
~. A 1 tr?i n^ dally cxce i>t »» follows: 'Daily except Sunday. tSunday only. ~~T')
TICKET OFFICES— WT. PAUL, corner Third and Jackson streets: Union depot. • •» '
MINNEAPOLIS, Union Depot, Bridge Square; No. 10, Nicollet House 8103 -
; Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway.
f Pullman Sleepers with Smokinp Rooms. andtH
. finest Dining Cars in the world, are run o«*
AJainLine trains to aOd rom Chicago and Mil-
THE FAST MAIL LINS.
Departing Trains. Minnelp'L-' St^pluL
, La Crosse, Dubuque and St. I "^
! Louis Express -ifnwau: B 5:05 a m B 5:19 a,
| Prairie dv Chien, Milwau- ™
kee and Chicago Express b S-.40 a m B 5:45 a m
. Calmar and Davenport Ex. b S:4oam B 315 am
| OrtonviUa & Fargo Ex B » :05 aa B 1:25 a m
Milwaukee A Chicago Ex- I °'- saal
>-Seld.- FaribaulV/ow,: A 1:0 ° P» A ] : «* *
tonna, Austin and Mason |
r c j*y- -A 4:sopm'A 3:35pw
La Crosse Passenger B 4:30 p m B 5:05 p m
Aberdeen and Mitchell Ex. a 4:50p m A 4:Upm
| Uii&v.'... Limited .j> 7:00 pmlD 7:35 pnj
La Crosse and Dubuque I
I Fast Express D S:10p m D 8:50 pa
1 Milwaukee and Chicago . . f ' a - ; *'V Ja
Express...... A 8:10p mU-.5:50 p m
ArrivlngTmin,. j st/paS. Minu'elp-s.
Chicago 4 Milwaukee Ei-I '■ — '
Dubu q 3 ue-and"£a-cVossei A m , A 7:l3a:a
ca j as&n::::::"S?S:dga«
; Davenport andCalmarExc 9:oO ;m c 9:iO >i
; Mason City, Austin, Owa- I
I tonna, Firibault and
Northfield » o .^, __'« ...
| Prairie dv Chien Ex B 6:SO pm B 6-55 vm
frK^u o^ l^^ 8 7:05 »-,» ™>*
CrosSe Express | B 9:55 p mlB 10:35 pa
•Additional trains" between St. Paul and Minn»T
apolis via "Short Line" leave both citieVhourlK
I X'F a pi C r"T ar^l cc Sh rt Ijino time les
' o.i- *%aul« — Cnas. Thompson. City Ticket Agent.
r^^u^nVe^^ Br °-^sssa
MINNEAPOLIS-^. B. Chandler. City Tiokal
gt^enl^r 110 ' 1^ A ' B '
NORTHERN PA^C RAILBOAII
New "Overiand Routel"
Portland, Or., and the Pacific Northwest
The "Pioneer I^ine" between St.
Paul, Minneapolis, MoorUead an«i
ar o, and tlie O.\LY JL,ine runnln«
pmin« Cars and I'ullmau sieepcri
between Xlioso Point?
departixq traijts. | o I ' cave Leave.
-— 1 AR * S " _l; St. Paul MlnneapolU
Pacific Express for Fargo, i ~ —
kan and Portland (Dally) 4:00 Bin i.«».
Fargo £x. (Dally except Sun) 8 :15 xm \fs I a
Dakota Ex. (Daily) 8;0 g*^ «•«» »
Dining Cars, Pullman Sleepers, elegant day co»-h '
eecond-class coaches, and emigrant sleep"* can
all points In Mont.ua and W.shinKton terriTorS
AEEiviifGTßAtN'si Arrive Arrive
--— — ■■ ■:- — ___ Minn' polls St. Paal.
Atlantic Express (Datlv-) ,i. sn . m To.o; „ '
Bt. PaulA^l^acc^ly cXe X Sun , s s3(). 3() p m ..y. p »
wlhlSS P C m: "!. f^^twee.., St. Paul .nd
exprotl? y * XC9pt Sunda J3 o» "akoU
I Ilan1 land WU Un ? a slee ™ betTrccn St. Paul and
Ashland, Wis. 1 daily except Sunday via St. P. ft
' R - "• to Du JH tl ?i,j?' or^' J '"-_ w y to AshlanO.
Cityoffice, St. Paul. 189 East Third etreet. " —
Citjomce, Minneapolis, Ko. 10. Xlccllet Hoas*.
CHAS. S. FEE, •
;.\ General Fasienzer, and Ticket Ageat.