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160 pounds to the square inch, and Col.
Glean tested them at 23"» pounds.
Mayor Ames has issued the following:
Mayor's Office, June 16, Col. A. C.
Berry. Chief of Police, Sir: I am informed
that women of ill repute have recently
opened houses of ill-fame in various por
tions of the city. You will at once make
a thorough inspection of the residence
sections of the city, and when you are
satisfied from general reputation that a
house is occupied by female prostitutes you
will notify them to discontiue their traffic,
and if your directions are not followed you
will present them to the municipal court
for punishment. I desire that this order
be rigidly enforced. Respectfully,
A. A. Ames, Mayor.
At about midnight the watchman at
Harrison's clothing store, on the corner of
Washington and First avenue south, was
awakened by a pair of burglars, who had
gained entrance into the store through a
transom over the rear door opening upon
the alley. They were engaged in throwing
goods into the alley at the time. The
watchman shot at them and they jumped
through the window, smashing the glass,
and fell iuto an open hatchway, from
which they managed to get out and make
their escape before Sergeant McKenna and
(iLUeer Kelly, wlto ar-ived a moment later,
came ap. A large amount of clothing was
found in the adey by the policemen.
! Collision.
A large number of people went out to
L:i!;e Minnetonfca yesterday despite the
busy and continued rain storm. The
•vie well freighted with passen
gers. iving the wharf at Chap
man"? in the upper mke, the Belle of M:n
. . . and the City of St. Louis indulged
in a little raca which narrowly escaped
in ending in a c ttastrophe.
i'he Belle proved the fastest and was
rapidly gainiug the front, when the City
steered to cut her off, but was too slow,
coming ap against her with a crash. The
Belle was practically uninjured, but the
railing of the City was demolished and tha
boat wa~ otherwise damaged. The excite
ment was great, but no one was hurt.
Rep ii'i! ivii li 4 'oll nil t ion .
The Republican county convention will
be held in Market hall this morning', be
ginning at 10 o'clock, to elect dele^ate.^ to
the state convention, etc.
The following is the list of the delegates:
FIBST WARD.
First Precincl — P. Daly.
i Precinct — J. 11. Haujju::, E. F. Com
stock.
SECOND WAUD.
First Precinct — F. Barrows, Gr. A. 3L>rse,
Peter Anderson.
Second Precinct — li. Chute, J. Spear, L. L.
Longbrake, C. A. French. The delegates Acre
instructed to till vacancies.
THIitD WAUD.
First Precinc'. — V. Traesdale.
S >nd Precinct — Peter Boner, F. Fredericks,
J.O. Weld.
Thin! Precinct— J. O. Saunders, Byron Sath*
erland, J. W. Anderson.
FOt'RTH WAHD.
First Precinct — O. J. Evans, Chas. H. S.nith.
Second Precinct — Dr. Barnard, S. B. Kitchel,
W. H. Lauderdale, Dr. A. H. Salisbury.
Third Precinct — E. W. Herrick, E. S. Corser,
Clarkson landley, A. F. Scott, S. P. Snyder,
J. Thompson, Jr.
Fourth Precinct — F.L. Greenleaf, C.G.Hant,
S. D. Olson.
FIFTH WARD,
First Precinct — L. Fletcher. J. C. Williams,
B. (i. Hicks, M. P. Hawkins.
CSacond Precinct— Charles A. Pillsbury, Las
er B. Elwood, 11. G. O. Morrison, Charles
Robinson, Charles P. Presto:;. lit- delegates
Were instructed to till vacancies.
• Third Precinct— F. H. Carleton, Jno. Wash
barn, J. A. VVolverton,i;. H. Kirkbride.
Fourth Precinct — O. A. Pray, Nelson Wil
liams, Geo. A. Brackett.
SIXTH WABD.
First Precinct — Samuel Hunter, Andrew
Thoralson, A. B. Kittridgd.
Second Precinct— Selab MaMiews, A.R. Batch
eld--. \V. H. Johnson, W. J. Bfetzger.
Third Precin :t — Cias. Bibcock, C. Hilstand,
K. Kortgaard.
SEVENTH WAUD.
]-';•-• Precinct -J. W. Griffin, C. W. Pr -
L. C. Si 1 »pley
-P. Phelps, O. J. Jo
C. N. Robinson, \) . M. Hand.
EIGHTH WAUD.
N. F. Griswold, ML L. Higgins, I. N. I
L. A. Condit, Geo. W. Cooley.
The August Fair.
The following is a list of the officers of
the Minneapolis Fair association.
President — 0. A. Pray, Minneapolis.
Vies President — H. F. Brown, Minneap
olis.
Treasurer— -V. G. Hush. Minneapolis.
Secretary — Charles H. Clarke. Minneap
olis.
Executive Board — Messrs. O. A. Pray,
T. C. Oswald, 11. F. Brown, ThomasLow
ry, C. B. Prior, F. C. Pillsbury, T. J.
Buxto:i ; C. McC. Reeve and V. G. Hash,
of Minneapolis.
Advisory Board— Hon. W. D. Washburn,
Minneapolis, Minn.; James J. Hill, St.
Paul. Minn. ; Col. Wm. S. King, Minne
apolis. Minn. ; Commodore N. W. Kittson.
St. Paul, Minn.: Hon. J. S. Pillsbury,
Minneapolis, Minn .; Hon. Alex. McKen
zie, Bismarck, Dak.; Hon. D. M. Sabin,
Stillwater, Minn.; Hon. J. L. McCor
mack. Grand Forks, Dak. ; Charles A. De-
Graii, St. Paul, Minn.; H. G. Hinkle,Moor
head, Minn.; H. D. Morse, Winona,
Minn.; Hon. E. P. Willis, Jamestown. Dak.:
Hon. J. T. Meagher, Mankato, Minn.;
Major A. W. Edwards, Fargo, Dak.; Paris
Gibson, Fort Benton, Montana.
.1 Deadly Assault.
Yesterday a man was taken in custody
by the police for committing a murderous
assault upon a man named Johnson, an
employe in the Washburn C douring mill.
The circumstances of the affray are as fol
lows: The man in custody stepped up to
Johu-on iv a boarding house at 70.3 South
Washington avenue and asked him if he
considered himself as good a man as a
year ago. Johnson replied in the affirma
tive, when the fellow struck him a terrible
blow upon the head with an iron rod, fell
ing him to the floor insensible . Johnson
was treated by Dr. Brown, who states that
the wound is dangerous, and had the pa
tient received the blow half an inch more
to the side of the head it must have been
fatal.
.!//'. Hiiclm iKtn't Lorr.
Mr. George T. Curtis, the literary execu
tor of the lite President Buchanan, again
coiner forward with an explanation that
there is no truth in the story of Mr. Bu
chanan's love for a titled lady in England.
Mr. Curtis says: "I believe Mr. Buchan
an never destroyed any letters or even
short notes that he received while in Eng
land, and I am confident that I have all that
he wrote. The number is very great but
I have examined them all; so that, in my
opinion, the statement that
the White house came near
having at one time a titled English mis
tre>? has not the slightest foundation.
The truth is that in his early life Mr. Ba
chanan suffered a disappoint
ment in love that was so
tragic and the circumstances of
which were so pathetic, that, with his pe
culiar temperament and character, mar
riage became impossible to him thereafter
and I do not believe that at any subsequent
period of his life he ever entertained a
serious thought of it, although he always
enjoyed the high society of cultivated
women, and r™*nbered many of all ages
among his intimate friends. I write this
iv ordoi- that the readers of the forthcom
ing life of Mr. Buchanan may .not expect
lo ;inJ in it the smallest contamination of
this story about an 'English widow of very
high rank,' although they will find the
cause which prevented him frimi ever 'lay
ing aside his long-cherished celibacy.' I
am sorry to destroy any little romance
concerning a possibly titled mistress of
the White house,but I have the less scruple
in doing so because the idea that such a
possibility is a matter of any interest
savors a little of the snobbish.
''The lady referied to was, presumably,
the duchess of Somerset. She and Mr.
Buchanan were very good friends, but
there is no reason to bolieve that there
ever was anything more tender than
friendship between them. Ido not believe
B word of the statement that they cor
responded 'to the day of his death,' or
that he wrote to her or received a letter
from her after his return home. I have
all his letters, public and private, and
there is not one to or from the duchess of
Somerset, although there are some from
other English ladies. Mr. Buchanan re
mained in England for some time after bis
niece. Miss Lane, returned home. Lady
Somerset is frequently referred to in his
letters to Miss Lane as sending her kind
messages, and so are a great nuny other
Indie?, from the queen and the princess
royal down through all ranks of society,
as well as geLtlemen. Miss. Lane's beauty,
grace and good sense captivated many
hearts in England, and, after she had
come home, the queen expressed her re
grets, in a pretty direct way. that she had
not been \letaiued' in England. Bat us
to the supposed peculian tendresse of her
uncle for the titled widow, I believe it to
be a myth/
WBOR'SNEW HOUSE.
;tm-f lie tnil Build for Hia OshUotth
Bride.
i Denver I Col.) Tribune.]
Ex-Senator Tabor has given up the idea
of building a $1,000,000 hotel at the corner
of Sixteenth and Arnpahoe street.-?, and
Mrs. Tabor told a friend the other day
I that the famed palaces of the California
bonanzas and the mansions of the Stew
arts and the Vanderbilts should not be so
line as the house her husband will buiid.
It will be in the middle of a block of
ground covering thirty-two lots of the reg
alar size. The mansion will contain about
thirty rooms, and it will be arranged as
the dwellings of the ancient princes
were, for the entertainment of guests and
to accommodate the furthest extreme of
festivity. There will be banqueting halls,
long and wide, each with different furni-
J ture and nttings, which shall be so selected
j as to serve for any event that is likely to
J occur. There will be one room which can
be used for receptions attended by more
j guests than can be accommodated in the
reception rooms for every-day use- In the
center there will be a fountain whose
drops of spray, as they sparkle in the rays
of light from a hundred gas jets, will fall
upon the rarest exotics. The door will
be a grand mosaic of Colorado's most
beautiful minerals, cut and pol
ished by skillful lapidaries, and arranged
in odd and beautiful conceits by some
of New York's most noted artists. The
walls will be covered with beautiful tints,
the soft-swelling dome will seem to fade
away in the distance of the sky which will
be there represented. Here and there in
niches gracefully cut will stand the form
of a Venus, a Psyche or a Diana, chiseled
in virgin marble, and these will be reliev
ed by rare paintings, executed upon the
walls themselves, not hung there. Eieh
gas jet will have prisms of glass so ar
ranged upon it that light of any color can
be made to suffuse the whole room, and to
give the flowing mountain waters and the
colors of a rainbow. The sleeping apart
ment? will be en suite, and the furnish
ings as truly eiegant as the suggestions
of an accomplished designer can
make them. There will be every
facility for amusement — a billiard room,
with its constant attendants, a bowling
alley; and a wide room for lawn tennis,
when the weather will not permit the game
to be played in the grounds outside. The
stables will be on the same scale of ele
gance that tho house is, and there will be
saddle horses and driving horses to suit
the taste of the most fastidious horseman
The grounds surrounding the mansion
will become a garden of beauty. In the
tower of the house Miere will be an observ
atory fitted up, wnere one may look miles
away upon the plains or upon the most
distant mountain peak; or, if lie desires,
make observations in astronomy. Archi
tects will at once begin to prepare plans
for Mr. Tabor's approval, and before sum
mer has set in work upon this magnificent
mansion will be commenced.
A Pownal, Vermont, woodehuck ran out
from a stone heap the other day and bit
the leg of a horse with which Joshua Pe.^k
ham was plowing. The hor=e kicked, and
Peckham's boy. Clyde, nine years old, who
tooping to connect the whippletree,
was struck violently in the side, receiving
probably fatal injuries.
, ■ who knows nothing of Mr-. Lydia
kham and her sovereign remedy for wo
. Ed for a juryman. The fact clearly
r»roves thai he does not : tad the papers. — N. 11.
MINNEAPOLIS ANUSEMENTS.
PENCE OPERA HOUSE,
Col. J. H. Wood Minag r
Monday, July 18, 1888, and During the Week,
Liist appearance of Mr. E. T. Goodrich, in ::•••>>.
drama, entitled "Tlio Gambler." First appear
ance of Miss Ida Wells and Messrs. Edwards I
and Gilmore. Last week of ''lark and Edwards.
Our popular prict'S.
General Admission 25 cents.
Deserved Seats 50 cents.
Family Matinees Wednesday and Saturday.
oTHi!
& Co.,
l-r-_ s.mth Third street. Minneapolis, Minn. Office
Hours— 9 a. m. to 1 p. m.: 2to 5 and 7to 9 p. m.
Suii.l.-'.ys.y to 11 a. m. only. Treat all Chronic,
Nervous and Bpeclal Diseases of Men and Women.
touxq feu*'.
The following symptoms, frequently met with
among young men, are produced by causes well
known to themselves: Loss of Memory and Energy,
Eyes growing Week, Eruptions on the Forehead,
Disturbing Dreams, Dnrefreshmg Sleup, Bad Feel
ing on rising in the morning. Loss of Appetite, Pal
p'tation of the Heart, Despondency, Timidity,
Brooding over the Past, Apprehensions for the Fu
ture, Aversion to Society, an Unnatural Preference
for Solitude; and many others. Dr. Spinney would
say to the unfortunate sufferer who may read this
notice, that you are treadiug on dangerous ground
when you longer delay in seeking the proper reme
dy for your complaint. You may be in the first
stage— remember you are approaching the last, and
the time must come when the most skillful physi
cian can render you no assistance. la no case has
the doctor failed of success. Then let not despair
work itself upon your imagination, but avail your
selves of the beneficial results of his treatment be
fore your case is beyond the reach of medical skill,
or before grim Death hurries you to a premature
gr*ve.
MIDDLE- MBIT.
There are many of the age of thirty to sixty who
are often troubled with too frequent evacuations of
the bladder, often accompanied by a slight smart
ing or burning sensation, and weakening of the sys
tem in a manner the patient cannot account for.
On examining the urinary deposits a ropy sediment
will often be found, and sometimes small particles
of albumen will appear or the color be of a^thin,
milkish hue, again changing to a dark or torpid ap
pearance. There are many men who die of this
difficulty, ignorant of the cause, which is the second
stcge of seminal weakness. The Doctor will guar
antee a perfect cure in all such cases, and a healthy
restoration of the genito-urinary organs. Pamphlet
with full particulars, sent free to any address. Call
or address DR. SPINNEY & CO., 10)4 Third stree:
south, Minneapolis, Mine. 160
THE ST. PAUL DULY GLOBE. MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 18,1685
COimilTttl OF ASSESSMENT FOIL
SPRISKLHG WEST THIRD (3D)
STREET.
Office of the Board of Public Works, )
City of St. Paul, Minn, June 14, 1888. )
The assessment of benefits, costs and ex
penses arising from the sprinkling of West
Third (3d, 6trebt, between the Seven corners (so
called) and Summit avenue, in the City of St.
Paul, Minnesota, having been completed by the
Board of Public Works, in and for said city,
said Board will meet at their office in said city,
at 2:30 p. m., on the 29th day of June A. D. 1883,
to hear objections (if any) to said assessment,
at which time and place, unless sufficient cause
is shown to the contrary, said assessment will be
confirmed by said Board.
The following is a list of the supposed owners'
names, a description of the property benefited,
and the amounts assessed against the same, to
wit:
Rice and Irvine's Addition to St. Paul.
S upposed owner and
description. Lot. Block. Benefits.
John Kohl 9 54 18 45
Same 8 54 15 65
Won R. Ladd 7 54 7 25
J.Simpson 5 54 "")
Same, ( W. of line between I %
lots 4 and 5 produced to [ * lb lo
Third street) 6 54 J
Alex. Ramsey, (E. of line
between lots 4 and 5 pro
duced to Third street) .. C 51 $5 93
H. R. Moore and G. S.
Moore 16 53 75 50
M. Bruggemann, S. 22>£
ft. of N. 14 of 15 53 8 57
Daniel Kelly, 8. Kof ••.. 15 53 1812
Robert Watson, N. 22>$ ft.
of 15 53 6 10
3.. L. Carver's Subdivision of lots 1 and 2,
block 53, Bice & Irvine's Addition to St.
Paul:
Supposed owner and
description . Lot. Benefits.
Wm." Finn 9 $4 38
Same 8 4 28
J. S. Burris 7 3 92
Same 6 4 12
J 8 Boras 5 4 05
Sam" 4 3 95
Same 3 4 45
Same 2 3 95
GeoW Freeman 1 8 90
Irvine's Enlargement to Rice and Irvine's Ad
dition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description. Lot. Block. Benefit.*.
J and N Hardy, (except
Fifth Bt.) 6 62 $5 60
N Schrantz,( except Fifth
stree') 7 62 7 58
J and N Hardy, (except
Fifth street) 8 62 1 48
F X Peyer, (except N. W.
40 ft. of N. E. 30 ft.
and except Fifth street, 10 62 10 55
RN McLaren 11 62 15 32
Supposed owner and description. Benefits.
Geo Rochat, Commencing at S. E corner
of lot 1, block 63, Irvine's Enlarge
ment to Rice and Irvine's addition to
St. Paul, thence N. Wly. along
line of block 63, 37.10-12 ft. to a stake:
thence 8. W'ly. on a line parallel
with Oak street, 70ft. to a stake;
thence S. Ely. on a line parallel
with Third street, 37.10-12 ft. to the
line of Oak street at a point 70 ft. from
place of beginning; thence along W'ly
line of Oak street to place of begin
ning $7 25 i
John L Chapman, commencing at S. E.
corner of lot 1, block 63, Irvine's
Enlargement to Rice and Irvine's ad
dition to St. Paul; thence N. W'ly
along Third street 37 10-12 ft. to
place of beginning; thence N. W'ly
along Third street 10-12 ft. thence
S. W"ly parallel with Oak street 70
ft. thence S. Ely parallel with
Third street 37 10-12 ft; thence
N Ely to place of beginning $4 28
Irvine's Enlargement to Rice and Irvine's Ad
dition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description Lot. Block. Benefits.
FFMetzger, N. W. 41 ft.
of 2 C 3 *10 55
Same. 8. 35 ft. of 3 63 5 77
G W Armstrong, N. 25
ft. of 3 63 4 12
Same, 8. 23}.< ft. of.. 4 63 385
HM Smith, etal., N. 28K
ft. of S. 52 ft. of 4 63 4 71
JAandW M Stees,N. 8
ft. of 4 63 1 32
Same and same, S. 22 ft.
of 5 03 0 2G
Geo S Nace, N. 25 ft. of
S. 47 ft. of 5 63 7 10
H D Smith, N. 13 ft. of. . 5 63 214
Same. B. 20 ft. of 6 63 5 60
Peter ßerkey. N. 40 ft.
of ." 6 63 10 87
A. Nash 1 64 12.20
Partly in Irvine's Enlargement to Bice & Ir
vine's Addition to St. Paul, and partly in Day
ton & Irvine's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner an 1
description Lot. Block. Benefits.
Emma F Nelson 2 64 $8 57
Same 3 14 8 57
Dayton & Irvine's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description Lot. Block. Benefits.
li I: Nelson 4 64 SIM 05
■T M Oilman 5 64 18 78
Irvine's Enlargement to Rice & Irvine's Addi-
tion to St. Paul.
Suppoa d owner and
description Lo'. Block. Benefits.
EA Weller 9 61
Johanna Muraane, SW.
10U ft of ii <Jl 10 87
T R ( Ileveland 7 61 11 53
TR Cleveland 6 Gl 1153
Supposed owner and
description Benefits.
T. 11. Cleveland. Lot 5. block
61, Irvine's enlargement to Rice
& Irvine's addition to St. Paul,
and miscellaneous piece of land
bounded by College avenue, lots 5 and
(3. block 61, said enlargement, and by
Third Street, in St. Paul, Minnesota." |5 60
Geo lienz, miscellaneous piece of land
commencing at NE. corner of Third
street and College avenue; thence
VWly along N'Ely side of Third street
170}o ft. to Mulberry 6treet; thence
N'Ely along S'Ely line of Mulberry
street 167 ft. ; thence S ; Ely io N'Wly
side of College avenue, at a point 140
ft. N'Ely from said Third street;
tl.ence. along Cjllege avenue 140 ft.
to beginning $38 85
Jas. Boyd. Commencing at a point on
S W'ly line of Third street in St. Paul,
Minnesota, distant 77 ft S Ely from
the intersection of the line dividing lots
3 and 4, Fuller's subdivision of block 87,
Dayton and Irvine's addition to St. Paul
with said S. W'ly line of Third street,
thence S. Ely on said S W'ly line of
Third street 43 ft more or less
to the intersection of said S W'ly line of
Third street with Ely line of lot 1, in
said subdivision; thence Sly on said
Ely line of lot 1, 24 ft more or less to
Selby avenue; the.ice W on N line of
Selby avenue to S. E corner of a lot
owned by E Stone Gorman; thence
N . Ely to place of beginning $8 08
E Stone Gorman. Commencing at a point
on S W'ly line of Third street, 51 ft
S. Ely from the intersection of a line di
viding lots 3 and 4 of Fuller's .-u!> livi-|
sion of block 87, Dayton and Inrine's ad
dition, with said S W'ly line of Third
street: thence S Ely on S W'ly line of
Third street, 26 ft; thence S. W'ly on a
line parallel witli said division line be
tween said lots 3 and 4, through lots 2
and 19 in said subdivision to N line of
Selby avenue: thence W'ly on N line of
said Selby ay nue to land owned by H.
F. Blodgett; thence N Ely on line of
baid Blodgett's land to place of begin
ning: being part of lot - 2 and 19 said
subdivision $8 08
H. F . Blodgett . Commencing at a point
on S W'ly lino of Third street, distant
two (2) ft S. Ely from intersection of
the line dividing lots 3 and 4 of Fuller's
subdivision of block 87, Dayton & Ir
vine's Addition to St. Paul with said
Supposed owner and
description. Benefits.
S. W'ly line of Tldrd street; thrnceS Ely
along 3 W'ly line oi said Third street,
49 feet; thence S W'ly through lots 2
and 19 of said subdivision on a line par
allel with said division line between
said lots 3 and 4 to N line of Selby ave
nne, thence Wly on N line of said Selby
avenue to a point on S line of lot 18
in said subdivision intersected by the
SE'ly line of the NW'ly 2 feet of said lot
3, and the prolongation of said last named
line throngh to Selby avenue, thence
N. Ely on said last named line to begin
ning $8 90
A. G. Fuller's Subdivision of Block 87,Irvine's
Enlargement of Rice & Irvine's addition to
St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description I it J Benefits.
Henry Hale. N. W.'ly 2
ft. of ."... 3 $0 16
Same 4 9 06
Same. S. E.'ly 3 ft. of N.
E.'ly 54 ft. of 5 0 33
C. A. Moore. (Except
S. E.'lv 3 ft. of N. E.'ly
54ft) : .'. 5 4 12
Same 6 1153
Trustees of 31. E. Church 7 )- , o _
Same - 8 J* U 9o
Dayton & Irvine's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description. Lot. Block. Benefits.
Arnold Ealman 4 59 $9 56
Same. 8. W.'ly, 75 ft. of.. 3 53 )
Same. B. W.'ly 75 ft. of. 2 59 [ $15 16
Same. S. W.'ly 75 ft of . 1 59 )
All objections to said assessment must be
ide in writing and filed with the Clerk of said
Board at least one day prior to said meeting.
JOHN FARRINGTON, President.
Official:
Clerk Board of Public Works. R. L. Gorman.
Confirmation of Assessment for G-radins:
Fifteenth Street,
Office of the Board of Public Works )
City of St. Paul, Minn. June 14th ISB3. 5
The assessment of Benefits, costs and expenses
.•'.rising from the grading of Fifteenth street
(formerly Aurora avenue from Jackson street
to Broadway, i. the City of St Paul, Minnesota,
haying been completed Dy the Board of Public
Works in and for said City, said Board will meet
at their office in said city, at 2:30 p. m. on the
29th day of June A. D. 1833, to hear objections
(if any) to said assessment, at which time and
place, unless sufficient cause is shown to the
contrary, said assessment will be confirmed by
said Board.
The following is a list of the supposed owners
names; a description of the property benefited,
and the amounts assessed against the same, to
wit:
Ashton and Sherburne'a Addition to St Paul.
Supposed owner and
description Lot. Block. Benefits.
E T and C E Smith 1 19 $150 00
Same and same 2 19 125 00
Annie Wagner ' Except
N W corner 32 ft on Val
ley St by 3'J ft on E line) 3 19 75 00
Laura M Mead 1 21 237 00
Susan J Lindeberg Ely 30
ft of 16 21 25 00
John V Lewis W'ly 25 ft of. 16 21 50 00
Henry J Hanson W'ly 30 ft
E'ly6oftof 16 21 35 CO
Thorfton Olson. (Except
of Ely 6) it and except
W'ly 25 ft) 16 21 50 00
Andreas Dahl 1 22 162 00
Julius Bjarnstad 2 22 110 00
Erick Johnson 3 22 90 00
Trustees of Norwegian
Trinity society 4 22 60 00
Ada L Mayall..". 5 22 50 00
Leonard Larson 6 '22 50 00
JohnSchillo 7 22 25 00
Ada L Mayall and C A
Mann '. 8 22 90 00
Same and same 9 22 90 00
Same and same 10 22 90 00
Baroline J Ellington 11 22 40 00
Tinker's Addition to St Paul.
Supposed owner and
description. Lot. Block, Benefits.
Timothy Reardon 1 1 $250(0
Edward Huxtable 8 1 110 00
Same 9 1 110 00
Michael Roche 10 1 110 00
Same 11 1 110 00
Same 12 1 105 00
Anna H Albrcht. (Except
Aurora avenue) 26 1 110 00
Margaret Sim, (except au
rora avenue 27 1 110 00
Henry Bourcher, (except
Aurora avenue) 28 1 110 00
Mario B Hasenwinkle, (ex
cept Aurora avenue) 29 1 110 CO
Same, (except Aurora ave
nue) 30 1 110 00
Same, (except Aurora ave
nue) Wly 17 ft of 31 1 47 00
Mary W Kemp, (except
Aurora avenue) E"lv 23
ft of .....*.... :i 1 GO CC
Same, (except Aurora ave
tue). 32 1 110 CO
Same, (except Aurcia r.vr
nue 33 1 110 03
Elj's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owr.er ;.::d
description. Lot. Block. Benefit?,
Win Troy 1 1 $290 00
Louisa Hill .7 1 60 00
Sums 8 1 CO 0.)
Same.... 9 1 . 60 00
Same 10 1 CO 00
James C Morrison, N'ly %
of W'ly %of .'...12 1 CO 60
James C Morrison, N'ly %
of *.... 13 1 SO 00
Same. N'ly Xof X"lv : •' of 14 1 60 00
Daniel D Merrill, Wly 10
ft of 14 l 27 CO
Hermina E Death 15 1 1 10 (JO
The New York Life Ins Co 16 1 110 CO
Same 17 1 110 00
Same 18 1 110 00
Same 19 1 110 00
All objections to said assessment must be made
in writing and tiled with the Clerk of said Board
at least one day prior to said meeting.
JOHN FARIiINGTON, President.
Official: R. L. Gorman,
Clerk Board of Public Works. IC9-71.
:
Confirmation of Assessment for Sewer on
Exchange Street
Office of the Board of Publi Work«, )
City of St. Paul, Minn., June 14, 1883. S
The assessment of benefits, costs and expenses
arising from the construction of a sewer on Ex
change street, from apointJso feet East of the east
line of Sherman street to Elm street,in the City
of St. Paul, M ; nn., having been completed by the
Board of Public Works in and for said City, said
Board will meet at their office in said City at 2 :30
p. m. on the 29th day of June A. D. 1883, to hear
objections (if any) to said assessment, at which
time and place, unless sufficient cause is shown
to the contrary, said assessment will be con
firmed by t aid Board .
The following is a list of the supposed own
ers' names, a description of the property bene
fited and the amounts assessed against the same
to- wit.
Rice and Irvine's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description Lot. Block. Benefits.
Webster Smith S. Ely 50
ft of 50 29 $17 50
Same S Ely 50 ft of 17 29 105 00
C J Thompson trustee. 16 29 105 00
Same N E'iy 12 ft of 15 29 21 00
Gust Lend, (Except N Ely
12 ft and Smith street).. 15 29 57 75
E V Holcomb 1 30 17 50
Bame N Ely Mof 2 30 52 50
J H Rogers S W'ly of . . 2 30 52 50
Same 3 30 105 00
GC Gardner 4 30 105 00
L H Maxfield N Ely Xof 5 30 52 50
H Saahlguard S W'ly &of 5 30 52 50
Alex Ramsey 6 30 105 00
All objections to said assessment must be made
in writing and filed with the Clerk of said Board
at least one day prior to said meeting.
JOHN FARRINGTON, President.
Official: R. L. German,
Clerk Board of Public Works. 169-71
Confirmation of Assessment for Grata
. ana Guttering; Ciiesuut Street,
Office of the board of Public Works, )
City of St. Paul, Minn., June 14, 1883. )
The assessment of benefits, costs and expenses,
arising from the grading and guttering of Chest
nut street, from Pleasant avenue
to Fort street, in the city of St.
Paul, Minnesota, having been completed by the
Board of Public Works in and for said city, said
Board will meet at their office in said city at
2:30 p. m., on the 29th day of June, A. D., 1883,
to hear objections (if any) to said assessment,
at which time and place, unless sufficient cause
is shown to the contrary, said assessment will be
confirmed by said Board.
The following is a list of the supposed owners'
names, a description of the property benefited,
and the amounts assessed against the same, to
wit:
Dayton & Irvine's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description Lot. Block. Benefits.
Henry Fandell 1 65 $151 00
Same 2 65 15100
Same 3 65 15100
Partly in Dayton & Irvine's Addition to St. Paul.
and Partly in Irvine's Enlargement to
• Rice & Irvine's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description Lot. Block. Benefits.
Henry Fandell 14 65 $452 00
Anton Bettingen 11 63 452 00
Irvine's Enlargement to Rice & Irvine's Addition
to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description Lot. Block. Benefits.
N Hardy j . . 12 63 £452 00
Rice & Irvine's Addition to St. Pan!.
Supposed owner and
description Lot. Block. Benefits.
R A Smith 1 52 $468 00
Same 12 52 4GB 00
Wm Seng, NW }< of.. 8 53 156 00
Ellen Lynch, S}< of N }4
of ". 8 53 78 00
Henry O'Gorman, N J£of b
Xof 8 53 78 CO
j Mary Cunningham, S. Ely
%of 8 53 156 00
ChasFaber 9 £3 468 00
All objections to Paid assessment must be
made in writing and tiled with the Clerk of said
Board at least one day prior to said meeting.
JOHN FARRINGTON, President.
Official: R. L. Gorman,
Clerk Board of Public Works. 169-71.
Confirmation of Assessment for Grading
Jessie Sireet
Office of the Boaed of Public Works., \
City of St. Paul, Minn., June 14, 1883. )
The assessment of benefits, costs and expenses
arising from the grading Cf Jessie street,
from Minnehaha street to Fauquier street
in the city of St. Paul, Minn., having been com-,
pleted by the Board of Public Works in and for
said city, said Board will meet at their office in,
said city at 2.30 p. m. on the 29th day of June
A. D. 1883, to hear objections (if any) to said
assessment, at which time and place, unless
sufficip'- '^au?9 i- nhown to the contrary said
assesf >c confirmed by said Board.
Tii ' lo %'iiig is a list of the supposed owners
name escription of the property benefited,
and • amounts assessed against the same,
to-wit:
Stinson's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description. Lot. Block. Benefits.
Isabella Lee 29 15 $52 50
Same 28 15 60 0U
Estate.. f W L Mintzer 25 15 60 00
CL Thomas 24 15 60 00
AGBurklund 21 15 60 tO
Same 20 15 60 Ou
A P Croonquist 17 15 60 00
Same, S% of 16 15 ?0 00
Louis Johnson, N }-.< 0f... 16 15 30 00
Same 13 15 60 00
Davidson and Anderson... 12 15 6J 00
J and A Olson 9 15 60 00
James Stinsm 8 15 60 00
Same 5 15 60 00
Same 4 15 60 00
Same 1 15 60 00
Same 2 10 CO 00
Same 3 16 60 00
Same 6 16 60 00
Same 7 16 CO 00
Samp...: 10 16 6J On
A Wallmark 11 I<3 60 00
Same 14 16 60 CO
CJZachrison 15 16 GO 1 0
Algut E Pansette 18 16 60 Co
P Engstrom 19 16 CO 10
DAb rg 22 16 6t> to
A Carlson 23 16 CO 00
P A Langberg 26 16 CO CO
H E Buck 27 16 CO fiO
Bame 30 16 52 50
All objections to said assessment rr.u-* be
made in writing and filed with the Clerk of said
Board at 'east one day prior to said meeting.
JOHN C. FABBINGrON President pro tern.
Official: 11. L. G< 1 -> in,
Clerk Hoard of Paolio Works. 560-171
STATE OF MINNESOTA, County of RaVskt .
O In Probate Court, Special Term, June 2, ISXi.
In the matter of the estate of Eliza I. Dean,
di ceased:
On reeding and filing the petition of Martin G.
Dean, of Chase, county of Rice, State of Kansas,
representing among other things, thai Eliza -I, Dean,
late of said Ramsey county, on the Bth day
of October, A. D. 1873, at Rose, in said Ramsey
county, died intestate, and being au inhabitant of
this county at the time of her death, leaving goods,
chattels and estate within this county, and thai the
said petitioner is the husband of snid deceased, and
prayirgthat administration of said estate be to
Henry G. Blake granted,
It is ordered, that said petition be heard before
the Judge of this Court, on Saturday, the 30th day
of June, A. D. 1883, at ten o'clock a. m , at the Pro
bate office in said county.
Ordered further, that notice thereof be given to
the heirs of said deceased, and to all persons inter
ested, by publishing a copy of this order for three
successive weeks prior to said day of hearing, in
the Daily Globe, a newspaper printed and pub
lished at Saint Paul, in said county.
By the court,
[l. s.] WM. B. McGRORTY,
Judge of Probate.
Attest: Frank Robert, Jr., Clerk.
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SASH, BLINDS, *c.
OOELIES,
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. & DRAKE,
(Incoroorated), Manufacturers of
Doors, Sash, Blinds, &i,
Hard Wood Finish a Specialty,
Offices at corner Eighth and Jackson and*
.Seven Corners ard Eagle street.
Confirmation of Assess iu m- tii<uig'e of Grade c wi r
. Street.
OFi-ICE OF THE BOARD OF Pi BLI 3 Wo) KS, )
City of St. Paul, Minn., Juuj It, 18s-. J
The assessment of benefits, damages, costs and expenses, arising from the change of crade on
Cedar street, from Twelfth street to Bluff street, in the city of St
Paul, Minn., having been completed by the Board of Public Works in
and for said City, said Board will meet at their office in said city, at 2*-30 p
m., .a the 29th day of June. A. D., 1883, to hear objections (if any) to said assessment, at which .
time and place, unless sufficient cause is shown to the contrary, said assessment will ba con
finned by said Board.
The following is a list of the supposed owners' names, a description of the property benefited
or damaged, and the amounts assessed against the same, to-wit:
Ea'ille'd Addit.m to St. Paul . *
Supposed owner and description. Lot. Block. Banefitg. Damage?. Ba'aice.
John Wagner i 2 $86 0 )
Same. For raising house and fence, rebuilding stone wall C $14 CO
and filling in above premises $!. 0 CO )
S.R. Degraw. S. \£ of 2 2 US 00 >
Same. Raising ftnje and filling in above premises $15 CO) $3 CO
Mary F. Degraw. N. %of 2 2 $18 CO )
Same . Raising fence and filling in above premises $15 00 C $3 03
Colored Baptist Church 3 2 $36 0 "1
Same, for raising fence and filling in above premises £25 OOJ
Bazille's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and description. Lot. Benefits, r.ama 3 es. Balance,
C. T. E. Messerschmidt .... « A » §24 00 $24 0 $• 10
Sarah R. Simonton, (except Thirteenth street) .'.*.'! "B" 24 CO *^0 1.0 24 CO
Same --r "0"' 60 00 0 CO 60 (0
T. D. Simonton, (except N. 43.10-12 ft. ofW. lO4>£ ft.) "D" 62 50 OCO 62 50
Litohneld's Subdivision of Bl< e'e 1, Medill'a Addition to St. Paul.
Snpposed owner and description. Lor. | o tents. Damage . Balance,
Church of the Good Shepherd l $C 00) *|
Same, Eor raising church, fence and sidewalk, grading t $7iC 0)
anil sodding, and stonework and ropaiis on above
Ptennsea $800 OOj
a:n ":-;. 21 $2400 0 to £24 0
oainuel Wisnom 2 } 524 00 000 $24 CO
Wm. B. Litckfield 19 2 4 00 0 00 24 00
ba:ue Id . 24 00 000 24 00
Medill's Addition to St. FaoL
Supposed owner and Description . Block. Benefits. Damages. Balance j
W. F. Boemer and J. H. Tremper 2 $156 00 -;0 0 f 6W
Win. R. Merriam (except N. 178 feet of X 135 feet) 3 -?ISJ 00 U 0 h\ 000
Supposed Owner ani Description. Benefit*, ll'tma^es. Balance.
Chas. Friend, Commencing at a stake which bears S. 40 degrees
and Sv minutes E. and distant 4.78-100 chains from the S. E. cor
ner of laud deeded by V. (j uerin to Chas. Bazille by deed dated
Dec. 3, 1840; thence 8. 40 degrees SO minutes E. 81 links; thence
S. 57 degrees 30 minutes W. 3.2'J-IO'J chains to the Ely line
"f Wabashaw street; thence N'ly along said Wabashav street 81
links; thenceN. 57 degrees 30 minutes E. to b3ginning $32 ?C ,0 ?32
Chas. Friend, Commencing at a st»ke which bears 8. 40 degrees
30 minutes E. and distant 5. 59-100 chains from the N. E. corner
of laud deeded by V. (i uerin to Chas. Bazille by deed dated Dec.
3, 1849, and running thence S. 40 degrees 30 minutes E. 81 links;
thence S. 57 degrees 30 minutes W. 3 20-100 chains to the E"ly
line of Wabashaw street; thence N. W'ly alo:ig Wabashaw street on
E. side there»f 81 links; thence N. by land conveyed by S. 8.
Murdock to (t. W. Murdoek, 57 degrees 30 minutes E. to place
of beginning; being the Sly one-half of land conveyed by Gaston
to Murdoch $32 50 §0 0) $32 5J
E. R. Bryant. Commencing at a starting point being an iron
pier on the E. lineof Wabashaw street ascertained as follows:
Beginning at the E . corner of J . D . Ludden's revetment wall at
the intersection of the north line of Iglohart street and west
line of Wabashaw street; thence extending N. Ely at right
angles to said W'ly lineof Wabashaw street to the E. line of said
street; thence N. 84)-2 degrees W. along said E. line of Wabashaw
street 212.^9-100 feet to said iron pier or starting point; thence in
a direct line N. 573^ degrees E. 174.79-lUO feet to an iron pier in
the W'ly Hr.c of Cedar street; thence N. W'ly on said W ly lino of
Cedar street 45.37-100 feet to land conveyed to John Kerwin;
thence S. W'ly by said land in a direct line to the E. lineof
Wabashaw ,-treet at a point 50 feet N'ly from the said starting
point; thence along said Ely line of Wabashaw street Sly to be
ginning; being 50 feet on Wabashaw street and 45.37-ICO feet on
Cedar street $27 00 $0 03 $27 00
Peter F. Ritchie. Commencing at a starting point being an iron
pier onE'ly line of Wabashaw street ascertained as follows: Be
ginning at theE corner of J. D. Luddeu's revetment wall at the in
tersection of the N line of Iglehart street, and the W line of Waba
shaw street: thence extending N Ely at right angles to western
lineof Wabashaw street to the E line of Wabashaw street;
thence N 323^ degrees W along the E line of Wabashaw street
302.66-100 feet to said iron pier; thence N. Ely
along the W'ly line of land of Hoffman to an iron pier in the W'ly
line of Cedar street ; thence Sly along tho Wly line of Cedar
>treet 40 feet to a point; thence d W'ly in a direct line to the E
line of Wabashaw street to a point distant from said N W coiner
40.37-100 feet; thence N on said E line of Wabashaw street
40.37-100 feet fo the starting point aforesaid, being a strip of lard
40.37-100 feet front on Wabashaw street and 40 feet front on
Cedarstreet $24 CO JO CO $21 0)
J. D. Ludden. N}4 of the following: Commencing at S. E
corner of W. S. Hall's land; thence Sly feet; thence W'ly 210
feet to E line of Wabashaw street: thence N'ly along Wabashaw
street 211 feet to S W corner of W. 8. Hall's land; thence Ely
210 feet to beginning $63 00 £0 0J ?63 Q)
W. S. Hall. Commencing at N E corner of land formerly owned
by CLas. Bazilie: thence S 50 degrees W !!. 16-100 chains; thence
S4l degrees 7 minutes E to Wabashaw street: thence Vlv along
Wabashaw street 8.16-100 chains; thence N 40>j degrees Wto
Beginning; (Except part owned by Bryant andßitchie i $C 003 $0 00 $60 00
All objections to said assessmsnt mist bj made in writing and filed with the clerk of sa ; d Board
at Least oneday prior to said meeting. JOHN FARRINGTON, President.
Official: B. L. Gorman, Clerk Board of Public Works. 169-171
Confirmatiofl of Assessment for S^rink
liDg Fort Sireet, now SuTentl Street
Office of the Board of Public Works, )
CITX OF St. Paul, Minn., June 14, 18^3. J
The assessmi ni of benefits, costs and expenses
arising from the sprinkling of Fo t (now 7thj
. Erombetwi m its intersection with Third
(3dj street at the seven comers (so called) to
Ramsey street, in the city of St. Paul, Minn, bar
ing Wen completed by the Hoard of Public
Works, i:: and for said city, said Board will meet
at their onice in said city at 2 -.30 p. in. on the 29th
day of June, A. D. 1883, to hear objections lif
any) to said assessment, at which time and place,
unless sufficient cause is shown to the contrary,
ent will bo confirmed by said Hoard.
The following is a list of the supposed owners'
names, a description of the property benefited
and the amounts assessed against the same, to
wit:
Rice and Irvine's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description Lot. Block. Benefits.
JLForepaugh 1 26 $19 94
Same Ebsft of 6 26 575
James M yler W25 ft 0f ... 6 26 /
Same Es"ft of 7 16 j 795
JR 8 Hannon W55 ft of., 7 26 9 0:3
John Wallace 8 26 17 41
Julius Gross 9 26 16 15
JVV White 10 26 10 35
Same H 26 13 37
H X and (i S Moore 16 53 57 82
H X Moore Sr and H R
Moore Jr 14 53 12 61
A B Wright E% of 13 53 769
Jos Thornton W H 0f .... 13 53 820
PatEaganNE'ly23>£ftof 12 53 757
G H Salsbury S W'ly 28>£
ft of N Ely 46 %ft of. . 12 53 442
Geo Seibert S. W'ly 13X
ft of 12 53 2CO
Same E It) feet of 11 53 189
Jos C O'Gorman E 25 ft of
Wsoft of 11 53 500
Alfred Wharton W 25 feet
of 11 53 600
Jas Gilnillan E4O ft of.. 10 53 833
Chas Faber W2O ft 0f . ... 10 53 404
Same ' 9 53 21 45
L M Eaton 1 27 16 91
Geoßenz 5 27 10 93
AEdgerton 6 27 972
John W White and W S
Alexander 7 27 782
C E Dickerman N 125 ft of
EH' of 8 27 656
Same N 100 ft of WM of 8 27 760
Chas E Dickerman, N Ely
20 feet of N W'ly 100
feet of 9 27 I£o
C J Walter, W 40 feet of N
lOOfeetof 9 27 727
R A Smith 12 52 12 12
JohnParker 11 52 10 72
Same 10 52 10 72
X A Smith 9 52 13 75
Same 8 52 871
ESEdgerton 7 52 22 20
A C Ringwald, N % 0f.... 1 28 631
JchnGrace 5 28 20 19
jJßßrifcbin 6 28 1136
IjlMßrisfcin 7 28 16 40
L'artiy in nice & Irvine's Addition to St. Paul
and Partly in Dayton & Irvine's Addi
tion to St. Paul.
Supposed owe er and
description Lot. Block. Benefits.
J M Ryan, E2O feet of 8 28 $2 52
Wm Q Robertson, W 41) feet
of 8 28 803
P Murnane 9 28 972
John Lach 12 51 15 90
AH Wilder 11 51 756
Geo Rochat 10 51 756
Same 9 51 13 83
J A Robertson ". 8 51 756
Same 7 51 1186
Martin D. Clark's lie-arrangement of Lota 11
and 12, Block 50, Dayton & Irvine's
Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description. Lot. Benefits
M D Clark 1 $4 13
Same . 2 4 13
Same 3 2 l 0
Same 4 2 10
Same 5 2 l 0
Jos Haag 6 2 i 0
Dayton & Irvine's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description. Lot. Block. Benefits.
Alex Ramsey 13 50 $5 30
CLRosenk 29 2 52
All objections to said assessment must be
made in writing and filed with the Clerk of said
Board at least one day prior to said meeting.
JOHN FARRINGTON, President.
Official: R. L. Gorman,
Clerk Board of Public Works. 169-71
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