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MINNEAPOLIS
• >.- riCE— .Vo. 6 Washington avenue, op
.*»'<? Xicollet l Souse. Office hours from <i
■;-, -n. to lOv'clocklp. m.
MINNK.II'OUS GLOISELKTS.
The sens of veterans held another meet
ing last night.
Sunday will be children's day at the
Church of the Redeemer.
A meeting of the St. John's royal arch
chapter was held last evening.
Commissioner C. M. Foote is laid np
with a painful and sprained ankle.
Tony Pastor will appear at the Grand
on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings.
The clerk of the probate court made no
record yesterday that needs publication.
Articles of incorporation of the Xorth
western Storage company were nled yester
day.
After Monday sleepers will be run on
the Hastings A: Dakota division to Aber
deen.
The Island Power company's building,
recently partially destroyed by an incen
diary nre. is being repaired.
A vicious horse yesterday noon kicked
Thomas Dorrow, of the East side, in the
face, breaking his jaw bone.
Burglars entered Andrew Morris' house
on the East side, early yesterday morning,
•--cared about £11 in money.
Lawrence Thornton's little son fell from
the roof of a building in South Minneapolis
and fractured his arm in two places.
;na? Daily has been awarded the
contract for grading Groveland avenue
froua liennepin to Mount Curve avenue.
< >wen Evan?, whoso skull was opened
with a circular saw on Monday, in the Har
• works, ia reported .-readily irnprov
--■
A plat of Joyshns re-arrangement of
block .".. of Wright".- audition was tiled
yesterday in the orlk-e of the register of
deeds.
Strawberries and nice ones, are quite
plentiful in the Minneapolis market now
a-days, and the people revel in strawberry
short cake.
The little- shabby one-.-tory building to
be errectedjuext door to the Windsor house
will certainly be a disgrace to that portion
of the cit}- .
There will be a meeting of the vestry
of the St. Paul's parish at the office of R.
W. Jordan, on Friday evening, instant.
o'clock.
A temperance lecture will be delivered
in Market hall on Tuesday evening by
Geo. W. Bain of Kentucky, who is reputed
a good speaker.
The Furnished Rooms combination hav
ing changed its route, will not appear in
Minneapolis as advertised, but may come
this way Later in the season.
Richard Embenhauer's embezzlement
case wiil be given a preliminary examina
efore Judge Bailey this morning.
. -■(() deposit for ap
nce.
A man employed in Camp .x Walkers
-aw mill named James K. Lenden had a
leg broken by a log roiling on it yesterday.
Hl- was taken to the t.'ollege ho.-pital for
mcc to W.
md i, block 2 of
£5,700 and the
■ame was corded m the
His Baker by
a consider
ation led sterday with
la the case of E.iwird Summers who
committed an as.-ault upon his mother.
a Hut; was imposed, but sentence was f-us
pended under promise of the defendant
that he would leave town.
society exercises of the Minneapo
iden icarred last evening, Prof.
I delivered an address and prize
read. This evening the
•ing exercises will occur.
The 1 >ak Like association want an ordi
nance passed which .-hall authorize the
punishment of parties killing birds in the
city limits, and has appointed a commit
tee to draft the ordinance which will be
presentnd.
Adam Butler has been challenged to a
wrestling match by Frank Stichl. of Wau
kesha, Wisconsin, for $200 a side. He is
willing to meet Zvlr. Butler and arrange
preliminaries at any time and have the
match occur at any place.
The Brush electric light company have
nve machines in operation, supplying be
sides the mast 17.". The capacity of these
machines are "-'OO lights. The business is
increasing so rapidly that another, making
the sixth, has been ordered.
k -caifolding in a building being
erected in North Minneapolis gave way
yesterday. ard two men engaged in lathing
were precipitated to the ground. Hiram
Davis had a right inn broken above the
and Thomas Evans sustained a se
•rtvt injury to his spine.
The- eleventh saengerfest of the north
weste rest will be held in La
Crosse on June 22-25. Boch's great Mil
waukee orche.-tra will be in attendance and
■?ome twenty-two societies will participate
among which will be the Harmonia sing
ing .-ocietv of this city.
A little boy who says his name is Jimmy
Oakes has been at police headquarters
since Wednesday afternoon. He was found
by an officer and not knowing where his
home is, is being cared for by the police.
It is suspected that his parents iive :n
Chaska and that he has run away.
A meeting of 'aldermen of the Fonrth
ward will be held at 2 o'clock to-day for
the purpose of straightening out Harmon
place. There is now a difference of opin
ion between the abutting property owners
respecting what should be done, i. c. widen
and straighten, or widen only the street.
A warranty deed from Wm. X. Holway
and wife and Claok Taylor and wife, con
veying to J. C. Strong, of Winnesheik,
lowa, the undivided one-half of block
1. 2. 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. 9, 10 and 11, of North
View addition to Minneapolis for $22,000
was tiled with Register of Debds Huhn
yesterday.
Marriage licenses were granted yester
day to the following named persons: Peter
Kenny and Katie Scott, Henry Blair and
Mary Ann Pottniff. Otto Johnson and (?lara
Troborg, Joseph Drorak and Mary Slama,
Christian Zimmermann and Henrietta
Tandri. W. H. Hayes and Katie F. Redford,
Widrick Johnson and Andrea Hang.
The Minnesota Grand Lodge of Good
Templars meets m Minneapolis at 10
o'clock on Wednesday morning next, and
will be in session for two day?. All rail
roads except the Northern Pacific and the
St. P., M. &M., will return G. L. mem
bers, paying full fare in coming, for one
fifth full fare. The X. P. and St. P..
M. & M. will sell local round trip ticket?"
Complaints oorne from theE.-,
- ioner Whiitin prefers to
ride about and draw his salary to keeping
the streets of the Second ward in respect
able condition. University avenue is the
great thoroughfare between the two cities
and is particularly in an exec able condi
tion. The council should bring the der
elict commissioner to time.
j)gA plot entitled Hedderly & McGreggers
addition to Minneapolis was tiled in the
register of deed r s office yesterday. It is
described as being the n }i of s w T 4 of
nw ] 4 of sw x 4 of sec. Zi, T 29, R
2-i w. and the streets and alleys thereon
are dedicated to the public use by Thos.
L. Hedderly and wife and Duncan Mc-
Greggor ani wife, proprietors, and C. M.
Warner mortgagee.
The Tribvne, in its propdsal to the city
council for doing the official printing for
the year, alleges that the width of its col
ums are twenty-seven ems nonpareil,
whereas the actual width i 3 less than twen
ty-six ems, and is what i 3 termed in prin
ters parlance, "a bastard measure." One
and one-half ems is fully as near the truth
as Deacon Nettleton could fairly be ex
pected to approach, so strong is the force
of habit.
According to the report of County Treas
urer Slocum the total collection of taxes
since the first day of March aggregate $895.
--832.60, and the delinquent tax list will not
foot up much more than *70,000. Taking
into consideration the fact that the total
assessment was the results as
indicated by the above figures are consid
ered unusually creditable, The largest
amount ever collected in one day was the
receipts of tbe last day prior to the addi
tion of the 10 per cent, penalty, when the
amount of $350,256.02 was collected.
MINNEAPOLIS PERSONALS.
D.P. J )t:es has gone to England to
spend the -<_- -.^on.
Lieut. J . C. Aletzger and wife, of St. Panl,
were in the city yesterday.
J. H. De Wees has returned home from
his trip to Decorah. lowa.
Col. We=t, who has been suffering a se
vere attack of rheumatism, is foitunately
fast convalescing.
Baldwin Brown, of the East side, is now
a member of the water board. May the
salary make him wealthy.
P. Clansen was engaged yesterday in
decorating the walls of the Xicollet ro
tunda with a fresco of Minnehaha fails.
Officer Hench found Adolph Anderson
excessively intoxicated on Fourth avenue
?outh. Judge Bailey gave Atiolph twenty
days with Jimmy Stoddart in which to
sober up.
R. J. Maybell, representing the Hamilton
Brothers" paper house, of Milwaukee, is
in Minneapolis. Maybell is a jolly whole
souled fellow, and always welcomed at
Minneapolis.
Ross A. Smith who has recently been
serving as a patrolman, having resigned
his position upon the force, will engage in
the artesian well enterprises in New Mexico
in which business he has had much valu
able experience. Mr. Smith has made
many warm friends during his residence
in Minneapolis. He is a cDurteous and
quiet gentleman.
Slinneapolis 3Tarkets.
There being a tie vote Wednesday be
tween Kinsie Maxfield and J. S. Crandall
for the otfice of grain inspector and the
vote being taken yesterday, in accordance
with the of the chamber of com
merce, scarcely any business was trans
acted to-day . The following were the re
ceipts and -hipment? >tt and from this city
to-day:
Receipts— Wheat, 38,500 bnshels: oats.
bushels: barley, 600 bushel.-: dour.
-ons: lumber. 22
:eet: !3 tens: corn, 3,000 bush
els: coal, 750 tons: barrel stock, cars 12.
Shipments- Flour. 9.556 barrels; vrheat
2,150 bnshels; barley, 1,200 bushels: mill
. '.;»> tons; coal, 225 tons
000 feet.
Following were to-day's grain iaspec
ti ju?. showing the number of cars and
grades:
Wheat— Mo. 1 hard, i> cars; Xo. _' hard,
. 2 cars . .. -: Xo.
3, 22 cars; condemned t cars; rejected 1
car. Barley Xo. ;;. 1 car. ©ate, Xo. 2, 1
c.tr: rejected, - car?. Total tv.rr. 79.
So far as could be judged from the few
samples .-old there seemed to be no par
ticular change in values of ■wheat from last
reports. Nothing was done in the grade
lots. A few cars of No. I hard received
bid of si. i;;i „ Corn No. - was offered
at b2}4a and ol}^ was bid for
a car or two for immediate use. Mixed
feed — Corn and oats, southern, on track,
$18 5 $20.50; southern free on board [email protected]
21.'
Flour— Patents $6.00<S 6.90: clears [email protected]
5.50; straights $ 5.50 */ low gradess2.
--25 3.25; Hinckle's inland §5.50 and
Hinckle's gold dust, §0.00. Oats, weak
and busines was nominal on the basis of
38c for No. 2. Bran was scarce at $70;
'.-') in bulk. Shorts continued steady
and firm for fine at [email protected]; for
coarse $8 8.25.
Hay — Quoted as follows: No. 1 timothy,
per ton. $11 " 11.50; No. 2 timothy, per
ton, ', 10; No. 1 wild, per ton, $9 a 10.
--50; No. 2 wild, per ton, §B^Bso. Quo
tations nominal.
GESEEAL MARKETS.
Sales of strawberries were made quite
freely in the morning at [email protected] ."..7."> per
crate and getting eoft. in the afternoon
they brought only $3.25 S 3.50. They are
scarce. Eggs are weaker at same figures.
Single cases are held at 1~> 1 ..• It) cents
and live and six case lots @ 15 . Fair sale
of fresh vegetables and in fair supply.
No improvement in butter market and
prices on jar and print have declined,
o.ving to large arrivals and small request.
With the exception of bananas tropical
fruits are in fair supply and in fair de
mand. Choice, well kept potatoes ;:re
Belling well at [email protected] in small lots, and
small demand for large lots at any price.
Jutter —Prime creameries. lt> ■■ 20c per
ib.: fair do, [email protected] 17c; choice dairies. 14 <i
16e; fair do, 12/13: fair to choice print.
146 16c: jar. lOg ll'.c: roll. [email protected] 1-tc; pack
ing do. [email protected]; grease do. 3''/."ic. All
grade? are weak, with a heavy accumula
tion.
Green fruits — Apples, choice, £5.00 a
6.00 per bbl.: 80« 85c per crate: medium,
$2.00g 3.00 per bbl.: inferior stock, 50ca
£1.75; lemons. $4 75<« 5.75 per box: Mes
sina oranges, [email protected] per box; impe
rial do, $6.00cgc6.50; new do, $8.00 per
bbl.: California, $3.25ig3.50 per box;
baranas, .$2.00(g4.00 per bunch; pine
apples, per box, $2.50(^3.00; cranberries,
$14.00 g 14.50 per bbl.; dates, per lb. in
box, 10c; per lb. in mats, Be.
Lard, etc-Lard. prime. ll l o(ccl2c perlb.;
common, 10. ■§ lO^c; tallow, prime, per lb.,
7ig;7^c.
Meats — Chickens, live, 12^14 per lb.;
dressed, 16® 18c; turkeys, dressed. 18fg;
20c; live, 13514 C; geese, dressed, 12® 14c:
ducks, dressed, 12^ 15c: dressed beef,
sides, 9 a 10c per lb.; hind quarters, in n
lie; fore quarters. 8»(9c: veal. [email protected]
per lb. : mutton, lOWllc per lb.
The S'<inref/ian t'onjertne.
Yesterday's session of the Xorwegian
conference was largely attendei. Among
the prominent persons present were the
president of the conference, Rev. T. H.
Tail, of Staughton, the Rev. C. Wold
and Rev. 0. Paulson, of Fargo, and Rev,
X. C. Bruno, of Chicago. The Minneapo
lis congregation is represented by Rev.
Falk M. Gyertsen, and the delegates from
here are C. Hilstad and 11. Bredeson. Af
THE ST. PAUL DAILY GLOBE, FRIDAY MORNING, JU>E 8,1883.
ter the reading of the minutes yesterflay
morning,it was announced that twenty-two
delegates had arrived since the day before
and two ministers and eleven new con
gregations were received as members of
the conference. The Rev. T. H. Dahl was
re-elected president. To-day's work
promises to be quite interesting but ow
ing to speaking being in the Scandinavian
tongue, reporters ignorant of that lan«
guage experience much difficulty in gath
ering facts concerning the meeting.
THE COL'KTIi.
District Court.
JUBT. CASES.
[Before Judges Young and Koon.]
Place, Wetmore andKees, respondents, vs.
Frank W. Woodcock, appellant. Settled.
Wm. T. Buwen vs. George S. Cleveland.
Tried by jury and verdict for plaintiff of
$584.45. Contract for excavation.
Pierson ft Overmire V 3. Thomas A. Orr.
Judgment ordered for plaintiff for $421
per stipulatim in open court without costs.
John E. Osborne vs. M. E. Englebron
ner. Jury empaneled and sworn.
COtTET CASES.
[Before Judge Lochrea . ]
John M. Miller vs. Miller Brothers.
Continued.
Strong, Hackett & Co. vs. Van Horn ±
Fritsche. Tried and submitted before
Judge Koon.
A. W. Hawkins i Brother vs. The Minn
esota Mutual Accident and Railway Relief
association of Minneapolis, Minn. Evi
dence closed, to be argued June IG. Ac
tion to obtain judgment of $438.15 on a
claim assigned to plaintiffs by W T m. B.
Mnrdough.
NEW CASES AND TAPESS FILED.
In the matter of the appraisal and
award cf the value of lands appropriated
by the St. Paul, Minneapolis Jc Manitoba
Railway company for railway purposes on
the line of said company's railroad, within
the county of Hennepin and state of Min
nesota: certified copies of notice, affidavit
of publication and petition and order up
pointing commissioEers.
A. J. Warner and H. L. Carpenter, part
ners, vs. H. <). Brager; plaintiff appeared
and filed complaint.
The St. Paul. Minneapolis & Manitoba
Railway company, appellant, vs. A. M.
Crcssman. respondent; notice of appeal
filed.
The St. Paul. Minneapolis £ Manitoba
Railway company, appellant, vs. John El
lis. respondent; notice of appeal filed.
Henry W. Gibson vs. Emily S. Loring et
al.; plaintiff appeared and filed complaint.
The above entitled action is dismissed by
plaintiff's attorney.
W. B. Crane & Co. vs. C. E. Johnson
plaintiff appeared and filed affidavit, bond
and order for attachment, whereupon a
writ of attachment was issued to the sheriff
of Hennepin county.
Herbert M. Carpenter, appellant, vs. St.
Paul. Minneapolis oc Macitoba Railway
company, respondent; notice of appeal
filed.
Kate G. Carpenter, appellant, V 3. St.
Paul. Minneapolis cz Manitoba Railway
eompanv, respondent: notice of appeal
filed.
L. Mathews and E. S. Bowdish vs. John
F. Clark: stipulation and order filed.
3lunirij>nf Court.
j Before Judge Bailey. ]
Charles Heap, drunk: sentence suspend
ed.
John Carlson. Alex. Barner, Neil Hig
gins, drunk; $5 and costs each.
R. H. Umbenhauer, embezzlement; con
tinued to June 8.
Milliard Hennion, assault with a danger
ous weipon; dismissed.
<}. F. Johnson, assault and batter;.-; dis
missed.
A. Adams, drunk: jail twenty days.
The Sunday Schools.
THE I.AS 7 DAY.
Yesterday being the last day of the San
chool conventioo. the attendance was
greater liiau on the preceding days of the
-c-.-?ion. The devotional exercises in the
morning were conducted by Rev. T. G.
Field, and the first paper real was by
1.. Simpson, of Winona, the topic being
"The Pastors Work and Place in the Son
day School from a Layman's Standpoint."
He his object in preparing his paper
was not for the purpose of enforcing his
own individual views, but rather to pro
voke discussion on the -übject. It was a
very interesting paper and was listened to
with much attention.
Rev. Dr. Carroll was the
next speaker who ~poke on the manner of
presenting the subject to the Sunday
school . if you are in earnest and mean
what you say }-ou will imbue the children
with a love of the school, but the winning
of them to receive instruction is a divine
art in itself. The great object should be
salvation rather than entertainment or
reformation.
The evangilizing and civilizing power of
the Sunday schooi was the subject of M.
B. Lewis' addre33. Owing to ill-health the
gentleman spoke briefly and related some
personal experiences in the cause which
greatly interested the audience. The sub
ject was continued by Thomas Cochran
of St. Paul who said the Sunday school
exalts the Sabbath: that it was education
al and consequently a civilizer
Gee C. Smith, of St. Paul, then read an
address commemorative of the late J. E.
Miller, president of the association, whose
portrait was placed on an easel, beautiful
ty decked with iiowers. and a beautiful
wreath of white tiowers was deposited on
a stand near the portrait. The speaker
gave a sketch of life an Uabors of the
deceased. M~ Miller set.ied in business
in St. Vuvl in 1878, and remained there
till his dimise. in church and school,
and in the K. M. C. A., he was active and
eiiicient and was in the highest sense of
the term, a genuine man — the best enco
mium that could be pronounced upon him.
Mr. C. W. Hackett. the treasurer, read
his annual report saying that the receipts
during the year amounted to s;;;30 23.
The expenditures were also given
as :« 78.41). The amount due the
International association was for two
years' pledges was 100: due the statistical
secretary, $300, making a deficit of about
$200. Report accepted and re/erred to
committee on finance. The reports of
committees were next in order.
D. W. Ingersoll, of the committee on
nominations reported as follows, and his
report was adopted:
Officers— S.S. Taylor, St." Paul, presi
dent: H. Plant. Minneapolis, first vice
president ; F. A. Robinson, Winona, second
vice president; Rer. J. A. McGowan, Owa
tonna, secretary; C. H. Hackett, St. Paul,
treasurer.
State central committee, Geo. B. Brad
bnry, chairman, H. E. Gaibraith W. M.
Terry, M. B. Critchell, of Minneapolis: J.
H. Randall. Geo. C. Smith, L. A. Gilbert.
H. M. Knox, St. Paul: Chas. Goss, Wino
na: J. H. Parker. Albert Lea. C. W. Brooks,
Red Wing: P. D. Fisk. Northfield: Jerome
Allen, St. Cloud; F. V.Decoster, Litchfield:
Brewer Mattocks. Faribault.
Delegates to attend the triennial con
vention — H. M. Plant and D. W. Inger
soll, delegates, ex-officio. and Thomas
Simpson, Winona. Geo. B. Bradbury, Min
neapolis, and If. B. Lewis. Ked Wing. Al
ternates — George C. Smith, St. Paul: Dr.
C. M. Bailey. Minneapolis, and Prof. W.
W. Payne, Northtield.
The Rev. F. W. Flint, of the committee
on resolutions then read his report, and
extended in eloquent language, the thaiiki
of the delegates to the convention to West
! minster church, to their kind entertain
i ers and the railroads for reduced fares
I and accommodations.
The report was adopted by a rising vote.
The Rev. Mr. Stafford, of Rochester,
opened the afternoon session with devo
tional exerciees. Rev. P. B. Fisk.of North
field followed with a Bible reading on
"Sowing of the Seed" and Rev. R. K. Rid
dell. of St. Paul, read a paper on "True
Teaching"' — in what it consists and
how it is done. A paper on the relation
of the Sunday school to the Temperance
cause was next read by Miss Kimball, su
perintendent of the W. N . T. C. U. The
convention closed last evening with a
prize meeting, led by the musical director
of the convention, E. E. Wingate. Ad
dresses were delived on the Success of Seed
Sowing, What shall the Harvest be f When
shall the Harvest be ! and Who shall gather
the harvest? The entire audience joined
in singing "Blest be the Tie that Binds."
Benediction being pronounced the con
vention adjourned well satisfied with the
result of their week's work.
Late Slrrrt Cars aiiti I'rahis.
There is a great demand for later street
cars and a later motor train. Especially
is this true of the street cars. Every late
cai is invariably packed to overflowing,
and then many are unable to secure a ride.
Besides this, hundreds of citizens find it
extremely inconvenient to take the last
car, owing to the earliness of the hour
when the cars suspend. The Minneapolis
Street Railway company has been granted
an exclusive franchise by our city, which is
a vast fortune, and in consideration of the
same the company should certainly be
less disobliging and independent, and
more solicitous of the comfort and con
venience of the citizens who have con
tributed to tbe millions of dollars which
the company are now worth. Corporations
as a rule are exceedingly selfish, and this
opportunity is no exception. In this con
nection it is proper to again call attention
to the prevailing need of a later train
between the two cities. People who wish
to visit St. Paul after business hours, or
vice versa, are obliged, from lack of rail
road accommodation, to remain over
night. The liberal patronage which the
people extend would seemingly demand a
recognition from the railroad companies.
A. Bobber Captured..
Yesterday Detectives Gleason and Han
kinson went down to St. Paul, and at Swede
Annie's bagnio, 3G East Fifth street, ar
rested a young man who goes by the name
of Charles Johnson, and brought him to
Minneapolis. Johnson robbed a lumber
man on Tuesday of between .s■"»<) and §60
in money. He got the lumberman dead
drunk and then went through his pockets.
Johnson was formerly a hackman, in the
employ of Mattison. Some Sl."> of the
money was recovered.
STALLIONS.
The Beautiful, Large and Cele
brated Golden Chestnut
Stallion,
NORTHERN LIGHT,
Will stand the season of 1833, in Minneapolis.
at the stable of the subscriber,
Comer 811 Street and 9tli ATenae Soutli. I
Northern Light was sired by Duke of Sarato
fja. dam by Green's Bashiw.
22-26 " ORRIN KOGERS.
MINNEAPOLIS ANTJSEMENTS.
PENCE OPERA HOUSE,
Col. J. 11. Wood Manager
Monday, June i, 1833, and Dur:::^ the Week, firs
appearance of the great Ethiopian Quartette
CRffIMDiS BROTHERS, GREEN AND LAV/ION.
The Refined sketch Arr.sts ,
HARRY FIELDING & Miss MAGGIE WALKER
The beautiful change artiste Miss Nellie Brooks
The celebrated Openi Bouff e Vocalist- , and
Dancers
Charles, THE CRAYONS V Essie.
» The Realistic Drama, er titled
YAH P: OR, TiiE PED3LEIW STORY.
General Admission 25 cents.
Received Seats 50 cents.
Family Matinees Wednesday and Saturday.
Assessment for Change of Grade en Rob
ert Street
Office of the Board of Public Works, )
City of St. Paul, Minn., June 5, 1883. >
The Board of Public Works in and for the cor
poration of the City of St. Paul, Minne
sota, will meet at their office in said
city. at 2:30 p. m., on the 22d day
of June. A. D. 1&83, to make an assess
ment of benefits, damages, costs and expenses
arising from a change of grade on Robert street,
from Aurora Avenue to Jackson street in said
city, on the property on the line of said Robert
street, and such other property as may be
deemed benefited or damaged thereby.
All persons interested are hereby notified to be
present at said time and place of making said
assessment, pikl will be heard.
JOHN C. TERRY, President pro ,-::■..
Official: R. ]j. CrOBXAS.
Clerk Coard of Public Works. 157-160
Assessment for (Mime of Grade on
. Robert Street, from Thirteenth
Street to Bluff Stne v .
Office of the Bo*rd of Public Works, )
City of St. Paul, Mirn., J-.:ne 5. 1883. S
The Board of Public Works in and for the
corporation of the city of St. Paui Minnesota,
will meet at their office in said city, at 2:30
p. m.. <>n the 22nd day of June A. D. 1883, to
make an assessment of benefit.*, damages, cost
and expenses, arising from a change of grade on
Robert street, from Thirteenth street to Bluff
street, in said city, on the property on the
line of said Robert street, and such other prop
erty as may be deemed benefited or damaged
thereby.
All persons interested are hereby notified to be
present at said time and place of making said
assessment, and will be heard.
JOHN C. TERRY, Presideat pro tern.
Official: R. L. Gorman.
Clerk Board of Public Works. 157-160
Assessment for Clane of Grade on
Ceslar Street from Seventh Street
h Twelfth Street.
Office of the Boabd of Public Wokks, )
City of St. Pacx, Minn., June^, 1883. 5
The Beard of Public Works in and for the cor
poration of the city of St. Paul. Minn., will meet
at their office in said city, at 2:30 p. m., on the
22J day of June, A. D. 1883, to make
!an assessment of benefits, damage?, costs and
I expenses arising from a change of grade on
I Cedar street, from Seventh i7th)
jstreet to Twelfth (13th) street
in said city, on 'he property on the line of said
i Cedar street and ?ucti other property
' as may be deemed benefited or damaged thereby.
All persons interested are her»by notified to b?
1 present at said time and p!ace of making said
sent, and 'will be heard.
JOHN C. TERRY, President pro tern.
Official: R. L. <i. B3C&H,
Clerk Board of Public Works. 137-59
CONTRACT WORK.
Sewers on Slillwater ani Oilier S;reets.
Office of the Board of Ptbljc Works, )
City of St. Paul, ilmn., May 26, ISS3. )
Sealed bids will he 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 15th day of June, A.
D. 1883, for the construction of the necessary
sewers, catch basins and manholes to drain
Stillwater street from Grove street to Olmsted
>treet: St. Paul street, from Grove street to a
point 40 feet south or Somerset street; De Bow
street from Grove street to isash street: Somer
set street from a point 75 feet east of St . Paul
street, to Stillwater street, and from De Bow
street to connect with the Broadway sewer;
Olmsted 6treet from Stillwaier street to St.
Paul street; the alley through blocks 3 and 4,
Patterson's addition to St. Paul, from Still
water street to De Bow street, in said city, ac
cording 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 must accompany each bid.
The said Board reserves the right to reject
any or all bids. JOHN F. HOYT,
Official : President pro tten.r n.
R. L. Gormax, Clerk of the Board of Pub
lic Works. 147-59
CONTRACT WORK.
SEWER THROUGH BLOCK 1, ELY'S ADDI
TION BETWEEN FOURTEENTH AND
FIFTEENTH STREETS.
*
Office of the Board of Frßutc Wokks, )
City of St. Paul, Minn., May 26, 1883. )
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 Bth day of June. A.
D. 1833, for the construction of a sewer through
Block 1 Ely's addition between Fourteenth and
Fifteenth streets in said city, together with the
necessary catch-) and manholes, 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 must accompany each bid.
The said Board reserves the right to reject
any or all bids.
JOHN F. HOYT. president pro tern.
Official: R. L. Gorman",
Clerk Board of Public Works. 147-59
CONTKACr AVOKK.
Sewer on College Avenue Between St. Peter
Street and Walmskaw Street.
Office of the Board of Public Wokks, )
City of St. Paul, Minn., May 26, 1883. )
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 Bth day of June. A.
D. 1883, for the construction of a sewer on Col
lege avenue between St. Peter stieet and Waba
frhaw street, in said city, together with the Dec
e*sary manholes and catchbasins, according to
plans and specifications on file in the office of
said Board.
A bond with at least two C 2 I sureties, in a
of at least twenty 120 I per cent . of the
gross amount bid must accompany each bid.
The said Board reserves the right to reject
any or all biil~.
JOHN F. HOYT, President pro tern.
Official: R. L. Gormax,
< lerk Board of Public W >rks . 147-59
CONTRACT WORK.
Sewer on College Aye-
nue.
Office of the BoXbd of Public Wor.Ks. )
City of St. Paul, Minn., May 26, 18*3. )
Sealed bids will be received by the Board of
Public Works in and for the corporation of
the city of 6t. Panl, Mi c office
in gaid city, until 12 m. on the Bth day of June,
\. D. 1353, for the construction of a sewer on
College avonue.from a point about 250 fee
erly <>f Rice street to St. Peter
in saitl <"ity, together with the necessary
manholes and t\itch basins, according to plans
and specirications ou tile in the office of said
Board.
A bond -with at least two (2 i sureties in a sum
of at k>a>r twenty (20) per cent, of the gross
amount bid, must accompany eacii bid.
The ?aid Board reserves the right to reject pjiy
or ail bids.
JOHN F. HOYT, £ resident pro tern.
Official: R. L. GoBMAH,
Clerk Board of Public Works. i 47-159
CITY NOTICE.
Office of the City Treasurer, )
St. Paul, Minn., June 6, 1883. )
Ail person interested in the assessments for
Paving Wabasha street from
Third street to College avenue.
Paving Third street from Wa
couta street to Broadway"
Paving Jackson street from
Seventh to Ninth streets.
Paving Sibley street from Fifth
to Seventh streets, and
Paving Seventh street from Jack
son street to Fort street.
WILL TAKE XOTICE,
that on the 13th day of April, 1883, I did receive
. : warrants from the City Comptroller of
the City of St. Paul, for the collection of the
above named assessments.
The nature of these warrant? is, that if you
fail to pay the assessment within
THIRTY BATS
after the'first publication of this notice, I shall
report yon and your real estate so assessed as
delinquent, and apply to the District Court of
the count; of Ramsey, Minnesota, for judgment
against your lands, lots, blocks, or parcels there
of so assessed, including interest, costs and ex
penses, and for an order of the Court to sell the
sama for the payment thereof.
GEORGE REIS,
157-167 City Treasurer
Dl FIIH'S
Bitters.
A genuine Western Tonic, es
pecially for farmers. Lumber
men and others exposed to our
changeable climate.
The trade supplied by
ALLEN. MOOS I CO.,
MAJJIELD & SEABDEI.
Wholesale Grocers.
MERELL SAHLBAART THWKG
Wholesale Drntrinsts.
KLYOM&HEALV
WHmbJ Monroe Sts.,Chic3g™|
YTfll send preoaid to uy address their H
BAND CATALOGUE, ■
for lssJ, »10 rv*. HO t-crnvinsrs^B
of lakßßHl^ Suits, Caps, IV!;.-, ■
'PoraponSi l.psnleu, Cap-Lusp*, H
PUnji. Dixm Major's Stiffs, i"ad k^k^k^^H
'H«t, Sundry Bind Outiits, iiepairia; ■
IMnti-rlils al"-o Includes lnstraction and £r- ■
bcha for A ir.»u-.:r !:.;.-cii, sad ■> Ctt>f ufaf .^1
•fCbohafiaadl -» 1
SEAL ESTATE.
LIVINGSTON !
jVEontana.
Population December 1882. 50.
Pounlalion FeUmary. 1883, 1.000.
Population April, 1883. 1946,
(Actual Count.)
The Northern Pacific Rail
road are building its machine
shops and branch line to the
Yellowstone National Park at
Livingston.
C^-LOTS FOB SALE BY^3
C. LIVINGSTON. G. G, BEAEDSLEI
63 E. 3d St, Si. Paul] Fargo, Dakota.
TAILORING.
'^ s HI "1 "
is Wm
146 EAST THIBD STREET
FTJSL DEALERS.
Full weight and measure guaranteed by
TUB Oil Belial Fid FH
OF
GRIGGB & FOSTEB,
41 East Third Street. Established in 1864.
COAL & WOOD
At bottom prices. Grate and egg $9.25, stove
19.50, email nut $9.50, Briar Hill, $8.50. All
! grades of fresh mined bituminous coal at equally
low prices. We are making a specialty of dry body
oak and birch wood mixed at $6.00 per cord,
nearly equal to maple. Dry pine slabs $3.50,
basswood $4 and maple $7. Remember the
place 41 East Third street.
COITFECTIONEBB.
f| ftf ,J_ Send $1, $2, $3, or $5
I] 1 nTT for a retail box by Eipres,
At i|lj of the best Candles in
JllUll 1 America, pat np # in elegant
J boxes, and strictly pare.
_^____ Suitable for presents. Ex
press charges light. Refer
« to all Chicago. Tn
I Jill 111 Address C. F. GUSTHEL
ilSIIIllf t'oniectioner,
•^" tJU> J CMcagß.
COSTUMES
THEATRICAL
AND
MASQUERADE EMPORIII!
No 10 West TMnt street St Pad.
I respectfully invite the attention of ladies
and gentlemen to my large, must complete and
elegant stock of new Masquerade Costumes, for
balls, parties, theatrical performances, old folks'
concerts, tableaus, &c.
Masks at wholesale.
Country parties, send for list and prices.
P. J. GKCEBEET.
MISS LAURA W. TTAT.T.
TEACHER OF
PIANO, OE6M MD HAEMONT.
Residence,
So. 102 Western Avenue, St. Anthony Hill,
ST. PAUL, 31IXX.
t^-Aleo Agent for BRAINARD'S MUSICAL
WORLD, published at Cleveland, Ohio. It has
been published over 20 years, and is acknowl
edged to be the ablest and be6t, as well as the
oldest musical journal in the country. Every
teacher, amateur and pupil should" have it
Friee $1 . 50 a year. Address as above. Notified
by postal card. Miss H. will call at any residence
n tho city and receive subscriptions.
LEADING BUSINESS SO
OF
ST. PAUL - . *n?nr a
ATTOBNEYS AHD COIJNSELLOBS AT LAW
THOMAS G. EATON, Room 50, Gilfillaa Bloc*.
St. Paul, Minn.
ARCHITECTS.
S" ?* 2^ S §£2? D ' German Amer. Bank Bnildln*
H. 8. TBEHEBXE, C. E., 19 Gilfillan Block.
A. D. HIXSDALE, Presley Block™
A. M. BADOLIFF, Mannlieimer Block
3. WALTER STEVENS, Davidson Block, Boomt
25 and 26.
ABTISTS' MATERIALS.
SHERWOOD HOUGH, Cor. Third and Wabasti«»
STEVENS & ROBERTSON, 16 East Third •«•»•»
St. Paul.
BOOKS AND BTATIONEBY.
SHERWOOD HOUGH, Cor. Third and Wabaghaw
ST. PAUL BOOK & STATIONERY CO, »7 But
Third street.
CABBIAGES AND BLEIOHS.
A. NIPPOLT corner Seventh and Slbley strata
CABPETS AND WALL PAPEB
JOHN MATHEIS, 11 East Third street.
W. L. ANDERSON, 36 East Third street
DBY GOODS— Wholeiale.
AUERBACH, FINCH & VAN BL£.JK, oibl«>
treet, between Fourth and Fifth.
DBY GOODS-Betail.
LINDEKE, LAPP & CO.. 9 East Third street
nJBS, FEATHEBS AND GINSENG.
A. O. BAILEY, 10 Jackson street
FTTRNITgBE. FEATHERS, *
BTEE3 BEOS., 61 East Third street Establish*
1850,
OBOCEBIES-Wholeaale. ~ZZ_
P. H. KELLY & CO., 142 to I*B East Third 9tro««
HABDWABE AND TOOLS.
F. G. DRAPER & CO.. 85 East Third etrae:
JEWELERS AND WATCHMAZ2&a
EMIL GELST, 57 East Third street.
LOOKING GLASSES.
STEVENS & ROBERTSON, 15 East TsLr* «tro«.
at. Paul.
PAPER.
T. S. WHITE STATIONERY CO., No. 71 Jta»~
Third street.
PAPEB AND STATIONERY.
T. 8. WHITE & CO., No. 71 East Third street
PICTURES AND FRAMES.
STEVENS & ROBERTSON, 16 East Third sum)
fit. Paul.
STATIONEBY. ~~
T. S. WHITE STATIONERY CO., No. 71 Sut
Third street.
TBUNS MAKEBS.
CBIPPEN & UPSON, 74 East Third street.
W. H. GARLAND, 41 East Third stree
WINES AND UQUOBS— Wholesala.
B. KUHL & CO., Wholesale Dealers in Llqccw
and Wines, 194 East Third street, St. Paul.
WHOLESALE NOTIONS.
ARTHUR, WARREN & ABBOTT, 180 and 181
East Third street.
WHOLESALE HABDWABS.
STRONG, HACKETT & CO.. 218 to 219 E. tlb. S«
TRAVELERS' UIJIDE. .
St.Pau Railrcav Time Tablet
dicap.St.faiiieaDolJs
AND OMAHA ILAILWAY.
'•THE ROT.U- ROUTE. 1
E^-The only ronta running soJld trains fro»
Minneapolis and St. Paul with Pullman eiuokibf
room sleepers on all trains to Chicago.
t3j?""The only line running solid trains from tt\
Paul to Council Bluffs with sleeping car* '.iir;:agß
to St. Joseph and Kansas City.
'L». Minne-, Leu . i -»i,
DEPABIISa SBAISB. I apolis. Paul.
Chicago Day Express . 1 |12:(X) m '112:45 pjm
Chicago i MilwaukeeE:.. .) *7:00 pm] *7:45p«
Sioux City i: Sioux Fulls. . . j J7:30 ais »2)a ns
Omaha and Kansas City •3:iJopra »4:l3pa
Green Bay and Appieton. . . 6:W) a n»
North Wisconsin A: Superior |V:3O a m fBJC ate
River Fails it -a.) pa: i +5.-05pia
The train leaving Minneapolis at 7:i« p. m. aai
St. Patl at 7:*5 p. m. la the celebratfed airing o*9
train.
Arrive St Ar. M!ud«
ABBivnio tbaiss. r-ani. 1 r.poil*,
Chicago & Milwaukee Ex... :Msam iTrOO a a
Chicago Night Exsross ; »2:25 p m »3:10 p a
Sioux City & Sioax Falls. . . j f7i25 p m +>?■£?, P m
Omaha and Kansas City :*i 1:55 a m *l:i>0 p a
North Wisconsin & Superior; fl:sspm tG:OO p m
Green Bay & Appieton I T8:10pm TB*6p»
River Falls ; | tß:fis a m tlO^W » a
Lake Elmo and St ill water Trains.
LEAVE aiIJtNEAPOLIH.
f7Joam, tß:3oam, fl2:00m, tl:30 pm, t*^o p m
•7:()0 p m.
LEAVE ST. PAUL.
t6HX) a m f8:10 t«:28 am, am, t12:48 pm, fi&i pa
TS:OS p a and 7:46 p m.
LZAVS STILLWATEB FOB ST. PAUL * HIHEIUCL
t8:00am tU:00 am, t3:30 p m, »1:13 pm fJiOS
Daily, f Except Sundays, t Except Mondays.
I^Tlckets, Sleeping Car Accommodations and
all information can be secured at
No. 13 Nicollet House Block, Minneapolis,
J. CHARBONNEAU, Ticket Agent
Minneapolis depot,corner Washington and our
avenue north. W. P. IVES, Ticket AgeiX
Corner Third and Jackson streets, St. Paul.
CHAS. H. PETSCH, City Ticket Agent
New Union Depot, foot of Sibley street,
KNEBEL & BROWN, Ticket Agents.
H. E. HAYDEX, Ticket Agent, Stillwater.
CMcap. Hilwantee & St. Panl Railway,
Corrected up to June 3d, 1383.
Arrival and departure of through passenger trains
i Leave I Las?*
depabttnq tbaixs. I Mlnneap'Us- ', St. Pant.
River Division. |
Milwaukee & Chicago Ex.. jC 12:00 ra 0 12:- . - m
Milwaukee & Chicago Ex.. j A '-on d m A '/•*« p to.
Wabaahaw Accom c 3:00 pm C 3:33 p m
lowa & Minn. Division, j
Houth'nMinn. & lowa Ex.. |C 8:00 a m 0 8-Vj & mi
CalmarAccom C 4:30 pm 0 4-.., tip p
Mason City,south & we«t,ex E 6:00 p m E 7:10 p m
Hastings & Dakota Div.
Aberdeen & Dakota Ex 0 7:40 a" mO 7:00 % m
Aberdeen i: Dakota express A 7.15 DmA 6.00 d.«
Arrive Arriv*
abbivtkq teaikf. ! St. Paul. Mlnneap'lH
River Division.
Chicago & Milwaukee Ex.. ; A 6:15 an: ; A 7:00 ; m
Chicago & Milwaukee Ex.. 0 2:23 p m (1 son p -»-
Wabasha Accom C 9:55 am C 10:30 am
lowa & Minn. Division.
Mason City,south & west.ex F 7:45 am F 8:30 a m
CalmarAccom .... 0 10:28 a id 0 10:36 a ..
Sonth'n Minn. & lowa Ex.. 0 6:58 p m 0 7:08 ? m
Hastings & Dakota Div. j
Aberdeen A: Dakota express 1 A 7:30 a m A 555 i m
Aberdeen & Dakota Ex . . . . j 0 6:30 pm 0 549 »
A, means daily. O, except Sunday. E, ex c apt
Saturday. F. except Monday.
Additional trains between St. Paul and Minneapo
Us, via "Short Line," leave both cities hourly. For
particulars see Short Line time-table.
St. Paul— Chaß. Thompson, City Ticket Agent, 163
E. Third street. Brown & KnebeL Ticket Agents,
Union Depot
Minneapolis— G. L. Scott, City Ticket Agent, No.
7, Nicollet House. A. B. Chamberlln, Ticket
Agent, Depot.
rfRATKFUL-COMFORTING.
EPPS'S COCOA
BREAKFAST.
"By a thorough knowledge of the natural
laws which govern the operations of dige«tiom
and nutrition, and by a careful application ■ V tha
line properties of well -selected Cocoa, Mr. Epps
has provided our breakfast tables with a dti
icately flavored beverage which may Bare na
many heavy doctors' bills. It is by the judtt.
cioua use of such articles of diet that a constitu
tion may be built up until strong enough to i*>
sist every tendency of disease. Hundreds of
subtle maladies are floating around us ready t*
attack wherever there is a weak point. We may
escape many s fatal shaft by keeping ourserrea
well fortified •with pure blood and a properly
nourished frame."— Service Gazette.
Mads simply with boiling ■water or milk. Sold
in tins only (%-lb. and lb.) by Grocers, label**
thus:
JAMES SPPS & CC. *"K£X2Sau,
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