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CAPITAL NOTES.
Washington, June 2.». — Somebody who
may be presumed to be no friend of Tom
Ochiltree has heard of the efforts of Mr.
Michaelis to buy a judgment against Boss
Hesing and offers $5,000 for the govern
ment judgment against the Texas con
gressman and ex-marshal. The judgment
is for $10,000. Ochiltree isisted that he is
only technically liable, being in fact not
in default at all, and his offer of compro
mise is for $."»00. The solicitor of the
treasury is still pondering on the matter.
It is suspected that the person who wants
to buy the judgment against Col.Ochiltree
is the Englishman whom he knocked out
of an omnibus in London for pnnohing
his face with the point of his umbrella.
INDIANS GETTING DBUNK.
Some of the Indians who came here
with Chief Mobss, together with their in
terpreter, quaffed deeply of the deleterious
firewater last night, and caused consider
able anxiety to the chief and the Indian
otfioe. Commissioner Price was asked to-
day if he would prosecute the men who
sold the iiquor, and be answered: "I tried
that once in this town, and I will never at
tempt it again. I don't believe there is
enough virtue and intelligence in this
town to convict a man for selling liquor
to an Indian, and I would like to get npon
a platform and tell the people so. We
had a clear case last time, bnt it was lost
by perjured testimony. A man that will
sell liquor to an Indian will lie, as I have
always maintained."
THE HILL INQUIRY.
The investigation was resumed this
morning, with Gen. Steinmetz as witness.
In the Bartiett. Robbins & Co. case, he
testided that the latter charged $37,000
for extra work upon thfc New York post
oliice. He rand ftoin itemized bills, and
pointed oat what he alleged to be unauth
orised and illegal charges. In one instance
witness ?a:J extia was charged when Mul
let simply ordered the nrni to repair iin
perftction^ in their own work. Chairman
New inquired whr.t has all this to do with
Hill. Coleman replied simply this: We are
going over these items to show that no
part of his $37,000 charged for
extra work was ever authorized,
and Hill knew it when he
paid the bills. Witness stated that Bart
iett. Bobbins <V Co.. stipulated, under their
contract, to furnish iron screens at a cer
tain price per pound wheras they charged
by lineal foot, aud wer9 so paid by Hill
whi.h greatly increased the compensation
of the firm, to a corresponding loss to the
government. Adjourned.
INGALLS' EETIBEMEMT.
Quartermaster General Ingalls has re
quested that he be placed npon the retired
li;>t of the army from the first of July. He
will then be 40 years in the service. There
is considerable speculation as to a succes
sor. Generals Halabird, Saxton and Perry
are the most prominent candidates for the
position.
MODIFIED THE OBDEB.
The president to-day made several modi
fications of the recent executive order re
lating to the consolidation of internal
revenue districts. In the original order
the districts of Montana, Idaho and Utah
were cor solidated and J. Hollister, collector
of the present Utah distriot, designated as
collector. This was ohanged by the desig
nation of Tho3. P. Fuller, collector of the
present Montana district, as collector of
the new district, vice Hollister, dropped.
The change was made because of the
greater collections in the Montana district.
The most important change, however, was
in Kentucky, resulting in the retention of
one more district in that state than allowed
in the original order. Under the new order
of [things the present Sixth district
will be retained, with John W. Finnel,
C/ilectjr. and headquarters probably at
'ovingtoa. AM counties in the present
Ninth district not added to the Eighth
district by the original order reorganizing
districts will constitute a new district
to be known as the Seventh district. A.
M. Swope, collector of the present Seventh
district, has been designated collector of
the new Seventh district. He wil! probably
locate bis office in Lexington.
IMPOSTS AND EXPORTS.
The excess in value of exports for the
twelve months ended May 31, 1883, were
$99,334,649; total value of imports and
merchandise for twelve months ending 1
May 31, 1883, §721,068,482; same period
preceding year. sTi'O.syo.T.-Ji; increase,
$197,748. The values of exports of mer
chandise for the year ending May 31, 1883,
w*>re $820,403,131; previous year, s7<ii'.
-914,570; increase, $57,488,561.
fiTAE KOUTES.
Ihe cost of operating the star route
service in the Pacific section, comprising
two-afths of the United States, during the
fiscal year about to end was one cent
against one and a half cents per mile dar
ing the preceding year.
IIIPOBTANTTO PENSIONEES.
A point of importance to pensioners
has just been decided by the acting secre
tary of the interior in the case of the appli
cation oi Jno. R. Collet for an increase of
pension. The decision construes the law
of Jane 18, 1874, defining total and per
manent helplessness to mean permanent
injury requiring the personal attendance
and aid of another person, and as those
conditions were found in the present case
the application was granted. This is a
reversal of previous opinions of the de
partment.
POSTMASTERS APPOINTED.
The president has appointed the follow
ing postmasters: F. D. Conger, Washing
ing. D. C, Conger is son of Senator Con
ger of Michigan. Edwin P. Barras, Es
canaba. Mich.; Chas. \V. Dick, Detroit city,
Minn.; S. W. Chubbuck. at Goldhill,
Nev. : Dake Whall. Lanesboro, Minn.
A LITTLE TAFFY.
Mr. Willamon.charge d" affairs to Russia,
was to-day presented to the president and
delivered a letter from the emperor of
Russia, expressing hia appreciation of the
action of this government in accrediting
Mr. Hont a3 Bpecial representative to
Moscow, on the occasion of the coro
nation, and in ordering a
vessel of the navy to Russia and
directing the presence of Admiral Baldwin
at the ceremony. The president said such
acts were no less spontaneous than due to
the friendly relations which have so long
bound the two countries together, and that
the opportunity to testify their good will
on so auspicious an occasion had been
very gratifying to the government and
peopie of the United States.
C^-Millions of packages of the Diamond Dyes
have been told without a single complaint.
Everywhere they are the favorite Dyes.
Hos tetter's Stom
ach Bitters meets
the requirements
of the rational
medical philoso
phy which at pres
ent prevails. It is
a perfectly pure
vegetable remedy,
embracing the
three important
properties of a pre
ventive, a tonic
nnd an alterative.
It fortifies the bo
dy against disease,
invigorates and re
vitlizes the- torpid
stomach and liver,
and effects a salu
;m.
i and Dealers gen-
ifOSTCfTEIfc
g|V CALIBRATED _ «l^|
fcfcw. STOMACH
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:ary change in tie entire syst<
tor sala by all Drune-iete
CITY NOTICE.
City Treasurer's Sale.
Office of the City The '.scree. )
St. Paul. Minnesota, June 30. 1883. S
Notice is hereby given that under and by vir
tue of a judgment entered on May 17, 1883,
in the District Court, Second Judicial District,
Ramsey county. State of Minnesota, against the
hereinafter described real estate, situate, lying
and being in said city and count}-, on an assess
ment warrant for
Payins: Fort Street from Third Street
to South City Limits.
in said city of St. Paul, the undersigned will ( n
the 18th day of July, 1883, at 10 o'clock in the
forenoon, at the City Treasurer's office, in the
city of bt. Paul, county of Ramsey, offer for
sale at public auction, as provided by law, to the
best bidder for cash, the following described
real estate, to- wit:
Rice &, Irvine's Addition.
Supposed owner and Am't of
description. Lot. Block. Judgm't
Joseph Thornton N Ely
80ftof 13 53 $142 85
Walker S Alexander 7 27 284 35
Anna C Ringwald N W'ly
Kof *. 1 28 237 18
Dayton & Irvine's Addition.
Supposed owner and Am't of
description. Block. Judgm't
GandLßosenk 29 $142 85
Leech's Addition.
Supposed ownprand Am't of
description. Lot. Block, Judgm't
E.-t of Abraham Emmett,
deceased 4 1 §245 87
MaryMcDermottS6oftof 8 1 9s 06
Ewing & Chute's Subdivision <<:" Lots 6 and 7
Block 1 Loech'- Additon.
Sii;>p"s«<l owner and Am't of
description Lot. Judgm't
Bfichael Maz-uice. That
part of l(j „ I'.ir.g S of
EX of ". 1 siO4 62
Ewing & Chute's Subdivision of Lot- 4 and 5
Block 2 Leach's Addition.
Supposed owner anvl Am't of
description. Lot. Judg'mt
Peter Kent 2 $12164
Leech's Addition.
Supposed owner and Am't of
description. Lot. Block, Judgm't
F R Smith. That p?.rt N
Wof Fort street 6 2 $240 £7
L'^ch's Addition of Out Lot.*.
Supposed owner and Am't of
dessription. Lot. Judgm't
Mathias and Anna Wondra That
part 8 Ely of F«rt street
of EKofSE# 0f..., 4 $53093
Ewing & Chute's Subdivision of W 3^ of 8 E %
and E >£ of 8 W % of Lot 4 Leech's
Addition of Oat Lota.
Supposed owner and Am't of.
description. Lot. Judgm't
Catherine Schmitz 15 fl4*J 85
Winslow's Addition.
Supposed owner and Am't of
description « Lot. Block. Jodgm't
Mary Funk, (except Fort
street) 3 1 $81 54
Theo Henninger, (except
Fort street) Ws4ft of 4 1 (bal) 203 35
P Cunningham, (except
Fort street and except W
54 ft) 4 1 13103
Elizabeth Moore, (except
Fort street) W>£ of 21 6 133 41
Same, (except Fort street)
W&of 3 7 97 10
Chas N Koyle, that part of
E%NUvof Fort street 3 7 372
Wm Dawson. that part S
Ely of Fort street 9 10 5 14
Patrick Doherty, that part
W*ly of Port street... 5 .11 12 66
Same, that part N W'ly of
of Fort street 6 11 179 66
Same, (except Fort street) 7 11 230 11
Watson & Rice's Subdivision C" of Block 1
Stinson, Brown & Ramsay's Addition.
Supposed owner and Am't of
description. Lot. Block. Jadgm't i
Win Dawson 7 a $104 77
Bame 8 2 104 77
Wm. Dawson .... 9 2 $82 05
Valuer's Rearrangement of Lot 3 and part of lots
4, 5, 6, 7, 23 and 24 lying 8 Ely of Fort
street in Daly's Subdivision of Block
2 Stinson,. Brown & Ramsey's
Addition.
supposed owner an<l Am't of
description. Lot. Judgm't
Susan Murray 3 $65 99
Ihos Daly's Subdivision of Block 2 Stinson'
Brown and Ramsey's Addition.
Supposed owner and Am't of
description. Lot. Block. Judgm't
Estate of George D Snow
and Michael Doran, part
N W'ly of Fort street 6 2 $9 88
Same and same, part N Wl'y
of Fort street 8 2 117 70
Same and same, part N W'ly
of Fort street 21 2 109 17
C J Dae ndels, except Fort
street 24 2 117 70
Stinson, Brown & Ramsey's Addition.
Supposed owner and Am't of
description. Lot. Block. Judgm't
Wm L Mintzer, that part
S K'ly of Fort street 35 14 $26 20
Wm L Mintzer. that part S
Ely of Fort street 36 It iJISrSS
Same, that purt S Ely of
Fortstreet ." 37 14 132 55
A Vance Brown's Snbli vision of E }.1 of Block
13. fcitinsnn, Brown & Ramsey's Addition.
Supposed owner and Am't of
description. Lot. Judgm't
•James Hickey (except Fort Btreet) 5 $121 59
Maria A Haas 1 except Fort street ) 8 12159
Same 1 except Fort 6treet ) 9 99 62
Mnrq't O'Gorman, James, Wm Jno
M and Henry O'Gorman except
Fort street 23 114 62
Stinson' Brown & Ramsey's Addition.
Supposed owner and Am't of
description Lot. Block. Judgm't
The Christopher Stahlman
Brewing Co, (except
Fort street) 6 17 iiQi qi
Christopher Stahlman
cept Fort street ) 7 17 117 70
The Christopher Stahlman
Brewing Co, (except
Fort street) 19 17 U7 70
Same, (fxcept Fort street) 20 17 117 70
Thos Daly's Subdivision of Blocks 18 and 81
Stinson, Brown & Ramsey's Addition.
Supposed owner and Am't of '
description Lot. Block. Judgm't
J R Franklin and T W
Williams (except Fort
a street) • 17 31 $75 03
bame and same (except
Fortstreet) IS 31 104 77
Same ana same (except
Fortstreet 19 31 104 77
Lemkie's Subdivision of Lot 1 Block 2 Schef
fer'a Addition.
Supposed owner and Am't of
_ , d . < *"iP t ] <m Lot. Jadgm't
Rudolph Ayd 8 f43 21
Scheffer's Addition.
Supposed owrer and Am 4 t of
description Lot. Block. Jndgm't
EdwardFabel 17 2 $30 64
Same 21 2 30 64
Same 22 2 30 64
HenryHaaks 31 2 30 6*
Same 32 2 80 64
THE ST. PAUL DAILY GLOBE, SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 30, 1883.
Clark's Addition.
Supposed owner arid Am't of
description. Lot. Block. Judgm't
FBClark: 40 7 $52 61
Rugg's Addition .
Supposed owner and Am't of
description. Lot. Block Judgm't
Timothy Lucy 1 6 $2195
All in the city of St, Paul, county of Ramsey,
State of Minnesota. GEORGE REIS,
City Treasurer .
CITY NOTICE.
City Treasurer's Sale.
Office of the City Trkascbkr, )
St. Paul, Minn., June 30, 1883. J
Notice i 9 hereby given that under and by virtue
of a judgment entered on June 26th 1883,
in the District Court, Becond judicial district,
Ramsey county, State of Minnesota, against ike
hereinafter described real estate, situate, lying
and being in said city and county, on an assess
ment warrant for
Constructing. Repairing: and Relaying
Sidewalks nnder contract of Peter
Bertey for the year ending Jan, 1
1883. Estimate No. 5.
in said cirv of St. Paul, the undersigned will
on the 18th day of July, 1883, at 10 o'clock,
in the forenoon, at the City Treasurer's office in
the city of St. Paul, county of Ramsey, offer
for sale at public auction, as provided by law,
to the best bidder for cash, the following de
scribed real estate, to-wit:
Kern's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and Am't of
description Lot, Block Jadgm'l
Geo F Copeland 10 1 s=so 3U
Same 11 1 29 C 4
West St. Paul Proper
Supposed owner i.z-a] Am't o/
description. Lot. Block. Jndgm't
Sam"! C Arbuckle 1 53 £36 27
Louisa St (lair. Com
mencing at S E corner of
lot 4 block 53 West St.
Paul Proper, thence W
on S line of said lot 4 100
ft, thence N to a point on
S'lylineof Ccncord Ave
nue 100 ft N W'ly from
big. thence N Ely 100 ft to beginning. . .$3l 1%
West St. Paul Proper.
Supposed owner and Am't ol
description. Lit. Block. Judgm't
August Swansick 1 72 $44 00
Same 2 72 29 75
GeoWßuck 6 72 29 75
Robertson's Addition to West St. Paul.
Supposed ownei and Am't of
description. Lot. Block. Judgn't
ARCapehart 6 179 $18 56
D D Merrill 3 168 23 84
West St. Paul Paul.
Supposed owner and Am't of
description. Lot. Block. Judgm't
Harriet A Preeoctt. That
part Ely of Dakota ave
nue 4 13 $27 75
Same 5 18 27 75
Eliza Vanderhorck 1 33 12 21
Schurmeier's Addition.
Supposed owner and Am't of
description. Lot. Block. Judgm't
Ann Durant 3 1 $14 51
Langevin's Subdivision of Lots 10, 11, and 12
Block 10, St. Paul Proper.
Supposed owner and Am't of
description. Lot. Juiljmi't
E Lang yin 5 $17 85
Same 6 17 67
St. Paul Proper.
Supposed owner and Am't of
description. Lot. Block. Judgm't
D M Bobbins N'ly X 5 19 $34 96
Same N'ly %...'. 6 19 34 SO
Dayton & Irvine's Addition.
Supposed owner and Ami of
description. Lot. Block. Judgm't
Charlotte B Warren 10 67 *58 12
Wenzel Weinisch 11 67 89 63
Mary A Willey 12 07 24 79
Leech's Addition.
Supposed owner and Am't of
description. Lot. Block. Judgm't
Mary O'Brien SBO ft of.. 8 5 $39 8 i
James Cleary 8 8 83 13
Dayton & Irvine's Addition.
Supposed owner and Am't ef
description. Lot. Block. Judgm't
St P Work Bid. Soc 3 68 $3158
Leech's Addition.
Supposed owner and de- Am't of
scription. Lot. Block. Judgm't
John B Mueller, 66 ft S of
N49ft of 1 4 $34 10
James Cleary 8 8 26 27
Woodland Park Addition.
Supposed owner and de- Am't of
scription. Block. Judgm't
W G Mitchell and i S Wharton E 50
ft of W 150 ft of N 278 ft of 18 $20 74
Margaret F Strong, E 150 ft of W
300 ft of N 128 ft of 18 59 48
Mackubin & Marshall's Addition.
Supposed owner and Am't of
description. Lot. Block. Judgm't
F McLaughlin A H Greve 21 26 ?8 25
Henrietta M David- >v 2H 26 825
John H Fein 25 26 825
James Costello 27 26 825
Same 28 26 825
J G Richardson 32 26 713
Woodlar.J Park Addition.
Supposed owcer and Am't of.
description Lot. Block. Judgm't
Wm G Park 4 2 $10 13
Same 5 2 10 13
Kern's Addition.
Supposed owner and Am't of.
description. Lot. Block. Judgm't
P D Abbey Nl6ft of 28 2 $7 80
Same Nl6ft of 29 2 756
Same, Nl6ft of 30 2 756
Selby McClung & Van Meter's Addition.
Supposed owner and Am't of
description. Lot. Block. Judgm't
Helen A Parkenson 19 2 $16 92
Eliz. McKnight. 21 2 16 92
Same 22 2 16 92
T R Smith 27 2 16 92
Woodland Park Addition.
Supposed owner and Am't of.
description Lot. Block. Judgm't
WmRKiDg 5 6 $20 75
Same 6 6 20 75
Smith's Addition.
Supposed owner and Am't of
description Lot. Block. Judgm't
Rt Rev T L Grace 1 1 $22 32
Wm Dawsoc 4 I 884
Same 11 1 835
All in the City of St. Paul, county of Ram
eev, state of Minnesota. GEORGE REIB,
City Treasurer.
NOTICE.
Office of St. Paul Globe Feinting Company, )
June 1, 1883. $
The annu&l meeting of the stockholders of the
St. Paul Globe Printing Company is hereby called
to be held in St. Paul, on July 2, 1883.
■■>S1 H. P HALL. Sscretarv.
Assessment for Sidewalks.
Offi- eof the Board of Ptelic Wobks, )
' ity of St. Paul, Minn., June 23, 18d3. }
The Board of Public Works in and for the
corporation of the city of St. Paul, Minnesota,
will meet at their office in said city, at 2:30
p. 18., on the 9th day of July. A. D. 1883, to
make an assossment of benefits, costs and ex
penses, arising from the construction, re
pairing and re-layiiig sidewalks, under contract
of Peter Berkey, I estimate No. 1, ) for term be
ginnirg April 1, 1883. and ending November 1,
1883, on the property hereinafter described,
fronting on said walks, and benefited thereby,
amounting in the aggregate to $0,483.69.
Burr Street, East Side.
Branson's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description. Lot. Blojk.
ALMavall 7 5
Wm Gieselman 7 8
Burr Street, West Side.
Brunson's Addition to St. Paul
Supposed owner and
description. Lot. Block.
David Kleinfelter 12 3
CD Strong 1 4
MJBronson 12 4
Mayall 1 9
P P Wintermute (except rail
road) 12 9
Chestnut Street, West Side.
Rice & Irvine's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description. Lot. Block.
II R Bi.^elow. N % of 10 35
Chicago. Milwaukee and St
Paul Railroad Co 1 40
Colhorne Street, W. st Side.
Grace's Subdivision of Block 2. Willes' Addi
tion to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description Lot.
Rt Rev T L Grace 1
Eliza Finn 16
:
WVitscre. Turner & Lopper's Subdivision of
Slock 1. Willes' Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
doscription. Lot.
W KGaston...' 8
Same 9
Pat Ciarkiu 10
A Masks 11
Same. N % of 12
Joseph Wenzel, S X of 12
Same. N X of 13
and T Prelat, SKof 13
Same 14
Thomas Daly's Subdivision of Block 2, Stinson,
Brown & Ramsey's Addition to st. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description Lot. ,
John Nevin 89
Same 88
Same 37
C Keller 86
Henry Laabs 85
J ALaabe 84
■J Peterson 38
Frank Hall 82
Carrie E Matteeon 31
W Cohen 80
A E Fiefer 29
Dale Street. West Side.
Holcomb's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description. Lot. Block.
Wm West 30 16
Samp I 16
D X Ford SO 18
Lettie C Pratt, S % of 1 13
John E Davies. S3%of N Kof 1 13
D E Roselle, N 3*2 of N % 0f . .. 1 13
A G Sawyer 30 12
Jos McKibben 1 12
J W Crasson 80 9
S F Hersey 1 9
A H Barber 30 8
Christian Roth 1 ■ 8
W IVrry ..30 5
Mary Chadwick 1 5
Edwin Backnell 18 4
Adan . Beyer 1 4
John Kelliher 17 1
Samt 18 1
Same 4 1
Same 1 1
Eighth Street. S«uth Sid.'.
Roberts and Randall's Addition to St. Paul.
Suppose.! ojrnerand
description . Lot Block.
Geo Hall, E l2O ft of 1 19
Jacob Keman, W 30 feet 0f . . . 1 19
CC Murray.. 4 19
Sam. 1 , jmrt V. of Randall's line
of 5 19
J F Tosterin, part W of Ran
dall's line of 5 19
Tlios Berr^ford 6 19
Franklin Street. East Side-
Bice & Irvine's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description. Lot. Block.
Chas Deller 10 12
Thomas Grace 9 12
Franklin Street, Mh Side.
Rice & Irvine's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description. Lot. Block.
G Hewitt 11 33
Nancy Irvine 12 33
Same, (except Ely B>£ ft) 13 33
J Sj monds, Ely S% f t of 13 33
Same 14 33
€ Symonds, W'ly 22 ft of 15 33
T Kinney, Ely 88 ft of 15 33
John Fritzen, S H of 5 33
A Wharton 9 16
Nancy Irvine. Ely 97 ft of 1 16
Christ Church ..." 12 13
J C Bettengen 1 13
E R Baker, | except W 37 ft 1 ... 12 6
Helena Fink. E 38 ft (except
Seventh street) of 1 6
John Street. West Side.
Kittsoo's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description. Lot. Block.
Joi.nlten 8 26
M O'Brien 1 26
Kent Street, West Side,
Woodland Park Addition to St . Paul.
Supposed owner and
description. Lot. Block.
CWJohnson 1 3
CC Bergh 22 3
Mr.ry B Kimberly, 8 80 ft 0f . .. 1 6
J B Bressett, N 92J< ft of 1 6
Estate of 8 M Flint, (except
N'ly7oft) 22 6
Mary A A Fisher, N'ly 70 ft of. 22 6
Pat G Duggan 1 7
Nellie Ingham, E 60 ft at 22 7
Samuel J Blaisdell 1 16
BFWright 22 16
W W Evana 1 17
AVTeeple 22 17
Weed & Willius's Re-arrangement of Block 23,
Woodland Park Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description Lot .
A BWilirus 1
J H Davidson 22
Lafayette Avenue, Sorth Side.
Bass' Addition of Ou" Lots to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description . Lo^
Sibley, Wilder and Thompson,
( except railroad right of way )
Part N W'ly of Lafayette
avenue as opened by B P W
in April 15820f..." 7
J W Da**' Subdivision of Lots 8 and 9 and part
of Lots 7. 10,12, and 13, Bas o ' Out Lots,
St. Paul.
: Supposed owner and
j description. Liot.
Henry Proetz 2
Sibley, Wilder and Thompson 4
&;xe. same and same * 5
Lafayette Avenue, South Side.
J W Bass' Subdivision of Lots 8 and 9, and
part of Lois 7, 10, 12 ud4 M, Bass' Out
Li.t<s to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description. Lot.
Sibley, Wilder and Thompson " 7
Same, same and same 6
Same, same and same 5
Same, same and same 4
Henry Proetz 2
Bass" Addition of Out Lots to St. Paul.
Supposed owner :ind
description. Lot.
Sibley, Wilder and Thompson,
part S'Ely of Lafayette ave
nue and ti W'ly of railroad
right of way, of 7
Louis Street, East Side.
Kuhn's Subdivision of Block 5, Rondo's Addi
tion to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description. Lot.
G Orthans 5
Same 6
PMaas 7
M Weiskoff 8
Same 9
FWZertler 10
Louis Street. West Side.
Supposed owner and
description.
E A Sargent, lot 16, block 83,
Dayton & Irvine's addition
to St . Paul and strip of land
three (8) feet wide bound
ed by said lot 16, and the
Ely and W'ly lines of said lot
produced N'ly
Bailey's Addition to Rondo's Additii nto St.
Paul.
Supposed owner and
description. Lot. Block.
Oswald Weis 16 S
HL Marshall 15 3
Same 14 3
A L Mayall 18 3
Same 4 3
Same 3 3
Same 2 3
Henry Webber 1 3
John' Mueller 16 2
C Veith 15 2
JEdnaClum 14 2
D Lemire 13 2
Jos Ambertier 4 2
RobertMCust 3 2
O Boron 2 2
Same 1 2
Jacob Roth 16 1
Julius H Schmidt 15 1
Peter Streit 14 1
Same 18 1
C A Mann 4 1
R O'Connor 3 1
Same 2 1
Same 1 1
Market Street, West Side.
Rice & Irvine's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description. Lot . Block.
J H Stewart, E 100 ft of 1 18
Michigan Street, lorth Side.
Smith's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description. Lot. Block.
RadCechNo. 12, C SPS 28 1
FrankWeweeka 27 1
Andrew Heilisen 26 1
Frank Koci 25 1
Mike Sina, E X of 24 1
Frank Sina, W X ot 24 1
James Klein, Ely 26fitt 0f . . . 23 1
Wm Dawson, (except JK'ly 2«%
ft) 23 1
Same, (except W'ly 26,^ft) ... 22 1
Anton Buchta, W'ly 26% ft of. 22 1
Jos Hayeck 21 1
John Kleeacky 20 1
Thomas Grace" 19 1
Wm Dawson 18 1
Wm Dawson 17 1
John Lestina 16 1
JJelinek 15 1
Wm Dawson 14 1
Wille's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description Lot. Block.
Jas Dean 1 3
M Wondra E 3£ of 8 3
M Parleick W >£ of 8 3
Grace's Subdivision of Block 2, Wille's Addi
tion to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description. Lot.
Eliza Finn 16
Same E 23>.;' ft of 15
Jas Finn W 9;-.,' ft of 15
Bame, E 30K ft of 14
J J Healy.W" 2}.> ft of 14
Same 13
M Jelinek 12
J Kodada 11
W Kosa 10
VKadler 9
Minnesota Street, East Side.
Roberts & Randall's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description. Lot. Block.
WmFDavidson 6 11
Math Street, North Side.
Roberts & Randall's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description. Lot. Block.
The Society for the Relief of
the Poor 11 10
F E Biggs and C H Holbrook,
W4oftof 14 10
Methodist Church, E 110 ft of . 14 10
Patridge Street. Xerth Side.
Brunson's Addition to St. Paul.
Suppose! owner and
description. Lot. Block.
T F Connelly 9 4
Same, W X of » 10 4
M J Branson, EX of 10 4
Same H 4
Same 12 4
A L Mayall 7 5
Same . . .* 8 5
Same 9 5
Same 10 5
Same. H 5
Same . . 12 5
Patridge Street, South Side.
Branson's Addition to St. Paul.,
Supposed owner and
description. Lot. Block.
ALMavall 1 9
Same.." 2 9
Same, (except railroad) 3 9
Same,N^of 1 8
Same,N %ot 2 8
FHeinlein 3 8
Ramsey Street, lertk Side.
Dayton & Irvine's Additiwn to St. Paul .
Supposed owner and
description. Lot. Block.
Alex Ramsey 13 50
Same 10 50
CE Whitney 9 50
R R Nelson 8 50
Daly's Subdivision of Lots 4, 5, 6 and 7, Block
50, Dayton and Irvine's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description . Lot.
A FAbbe 7
Same 8
Otto Dreher 9
M JG Dreher 10
Otto Dreher 11
Anna M Atwood 12
Same s 13
F J Boner 14
Dayton Si Irvine"- Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description. Lot. Block .
C - Pettitt 10 67
Richmond Street, West Side.
Thomas Dalj's Subdivision of Block 2, ol Stin
t-on, Brown & Ramsey's Addition to £t. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description. Lot. ElocV.
F and E Buehmsier, (except
Fort street) 9 2
Snow and Doran 10 2
Same and same 11 2
Same and tarne 1 12 2
Same aud same 13 2
Wille's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description. Lot. Block.
John Bakuler, E >£of 8 4
Same, E 44 ft of S 26 ft 0f .... 7 4
Thomas Bakuler, N 40 ft 0f .... 7 4
F Hummel 6 4
Frank Bakulo, E X of S 4
M Wondra, E % of 8 8
Webster Smith 7 8
J Schumka, S >£ of 6 3
John Hrachovina, N33 ft of. . 6 3
Same, 8 16^' ft of 5 3
Joseph Kokes, N49>£ ft 0f. ... 5 3
Robert Sireet, West Side.
St. Paul. Proper.
Supposed owner and
description. Lot. Block.
JWBass,N%of i v
F Steele, S X of N % of 1 11
Selby Avenue, Xorth Side.
Dayton & Irvine Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description. Lot. Block.
M A Strehline 5 78
A H Seward 6 78
Albert E Senkler 7 78
Same 8 78
S E Willoughby, W % of 5 79
Samuel McConnell, E }..' of . . . . 5 79
J Grant .....". 6 79
Same, W 4 ft of 7 79
FA Shepherd. (Except 4 ft) 7 79
Same 8 79-
St'lby Block in Dayton and Irvine's Addition to
to St Paul.
Supposed owner and
description
C W Kibbee, S 110 ft of W 46
ftof .
Amanda A Moss, E 94 ft of W
140 ft of S 110 ft of
E B Flint, W 83 ft of E 1100 ft
of
D A Montfort W 50 ft of E 892K
ft of "
M J Montfort, W 9}j ft of E
8425:rftof
C Day W 150K ft of E 833 it
0f...
Chas H Robinson, W 50 ft of E
68-1% ft of
Chas V Knight, W55 ft of E
582Kftof
A X Falmestock, W 55 ft of E
527Xftof
New York Life Insurance Co.
W6O ft of E ft of
M L Griswold W 60 ft of E
412>£ft of
Minnie DeGraff, W 60 ft of E
852>^ft of
St. Peter Street. Eat side.
St Paul Proper.
Supposed owner and
description Lot. Block.
H X Mann et al 6 22
St. Peter Strat, West Side.
Rice and Irvine's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description Lot. B lock.
Albert Armstrong 8 9
Same, S 50 ft of 2 9
R Warner. ( Except S2O ft i .. 2 9
Julia Brown, S 30 ft of . . . 1 9
Geo W Armstrong. (Except S
30 ft) 1 9
Tenth Street, Xorth Side.
Supposed owner and
description
S C Lintlall. Miscellaneous
strip of laud bounded by lot
3, Borup's Addition to t-t.
Paul, Tenth street, and the
Ely and W'ly lines of said lot
3 produced to Tenth street.
Geo Soibert. Miscellaneous
strip of land bounded by lot
2, Borup's Addition to St.
Paul, Tenth street anil the
E"ly and W'ly lines of said
lot "2 produced to Tenth street.
M E Church. Miscellaneous
strip of land bounded by lot
1, Borup's Addition to St.
Paul, Tenth street and the
Ely and W'ly lines of i-;u«l
lot 1 produced to Teath street.
Tenth Street. South Side,
J. F H oyts Subdivision of Morrison's Block, of
" Hoyt's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description Lot»
JHMurphy 4
Allen French 5
Susan M Whartoa 6
Same 7
Hoyt's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description Lot. Bloc k
New York Life Insurance Co.
E 102 ft of N 50 ft of 1 5
NMWeide, N 135 ft of W7B
ftof 1 5
Same. Except part covered by
Hoyt's Subdivision) N. 135
ft of 2 5
Thirteenth Street, North Side.
Ely's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description Lot. Blcck.
Norwegian Lutheran Church E
Hot 27 2
Same 28 2
R H Ives et al Trustees 29 2
Same 3) 2
Same 31 2
First Norwegian M E Church ... 5 2
Yon Minden Street. Mill Side.
Winslow's Addition to St. Paul .
Supposed owner and
description Lot. Block
Pat Doherty 7 11
Edward Hammen W 40 ft of S
lOOftof 8 11
Washington Street, West Side.
Rice and Irvine's Addition to St . Paul.
Supposed ow.ier and
description Lot. Block .
Wm Seng 9 84
Alex Ramsey 10 84
ALMayalletal 11 34
fame 12 34
Anthony Yoerg 13 84
Same..". 14 84
HAKelliher 16 34
Western Avenne, East Side.
Winslow's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description Lot. Block .
Pat Doherty 7 11
Woodward Street, North Side.
Brunson's Addition to St Paul.
Supposed owner and
description Lot. Block.
Wm Gieselmaa 7 8
Wmßotert 8 8
Same 9 8
G W Haas 10 8
Louisa Haas 11 g
Geo Haas 12 8
Woodward Avenue, South Side.
Branson s Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description Lot. Block,
F Wehmeier 1 11
JHoffman 2 11
F Xoltemeier 3 II
N W Kittson 4 11
N P Engstrom 5 11
M A Madden. ( Except rail
road) 6 M.
All persons interested are hereby notified to be
present at said tim" and place of making said
assessment, and will be heard.
JOHNC. TERRY, President. Pro Tern.
Official: R. L. Gorman,
Clerk Board of Public Works. 173-131
CONTRACT WORK.
Graiiu Terrace Lane,
Office of the Board of Public Works, )
City of St. Paul, Minn., June 26, 1883. J
Sealed bids will be received by the Board of
Public Works in and for the corporation of the
City of St. Paul, Minn., at their office in
said city until 12 m. on the 9th day of July,
A. D. 1883, for the grading of Terrace Lane,
from Floral street to Law-ton street, in said city,
according to plans and specifications on.
file in the office of said Board.
A bond with at least two (2) sureties, in a sum
of at least twenty (20) per cent, of the gross
amount bid. must accompany each bid.
The said Board reserves the right to reject an
or all bids.
JOHN FARRINGTON, President.
Official: E. L. Gorman,
Clerk Board of Public Works. 178-33.
CONTRACT WOKE.
Paving Fill Street
Office of the Board of Public Works, )
City ok St. Paul, Minn., June 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 9th day of July, A.
D. 1883, for the paving of Fifth (sth) street,
from Jackson street to Sibley street in said
city with cedar blocks and granite curbs
according to plane and specifications on
file is the office of said B jaid.
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 FARRINGTON, President.
Official: R. L. Gouman,
Clerk Board of Public Works. 178-83
CONTRACT WORK.
. Sprinkling East Ninth Street.
Office of the Board of Public Wobks, )
City of Bt. Paul, Minn. , June 25, 1883. S
Sealed bids will be received by the Board of
Public Works in and for the corporation of the
City of St. Paul, Minn., at their office in
said city, until 12 m., on the 6th day of July, A.
D. 1888, for sprinkling East Ninth street, be
tween Broadway and Neill streets, in said city
until the lsr day of November, A. D. 1883, said
East Ninth street to be sprinkled at least three
(8) times each and every day (except Bur days)
when nec:ssary aud to the satisfaction of said
Board.
Estimates for the payment for said sprink
ling will be allowed monthly.
A bond with at least two (2) sureties, in a
sum of at least twenty ( 20 ) per cent . of tha
gross amount bid must accompany each bid.
The said Board reserves the right to reject
any or all bids .
JOHN FARRIXGTOX, President.
Official: R. L. Gorman.
Clerk Board of Public Works . 177-I^l
CONTRACT WORK.
Sewer oa College Avenue
Office of the Boakd of Public Works, )
City of St. Paul, Minn., June 26, 1883. $
Sealed bids will be received by the Board of
Public Works in and for the corporation of tha
city of St. Paul. Minn., Xt their office in said city
until 12 m., on the 9th day of July, A. D. 1883,
for the construction of a sewer on College avenue,
from Third (3d) street to Rice street, in said
city, together with the necessary catch basins
and manholes, according to plans and speciii
cations on file in the office ef 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 thj right to reject
any or all bids.
JOHN FARRINGTON, President.
Official: R. L. Gorman,
Clerk Board of Public Works. 178-88
Toward the_Rising Son.
THE
"Albert lea Route,"
Which is composed of the
Minneapolis & St. Louis Railway.
Burlington, Ced ir Rapids & Northern
Chicago, New York, Boston, Philadel
phia, Baltimore. Washington, To
ronto, Montreal, Quekxc,
And in fact to all Eastern points in the United
States and Canada. The 6:30 p. m. train from
Minneapolis run 3 through to Chicago, arriving
in the latter city at 8:15 p. as., in ample time to
connect with the Limited and Fast Express
Trains to the East.
TRAVELERS FROM
Northern Minnesota. Dakota & Manitoba
Will find this the best and most convenient route
to the East, as connections are made in the Un
ion Depot at Minneapolis, guarding against losa
of time
Remember, St. Paul passengers leare theUuion
Depot at 7:25 a. m. and 5:30 p. in., and learetti
Union Depot at Minneapolis at 8:10 a. m. and
6:30 p. m.
Fare always as low as by any other route, and
baggage checked through. Ask for your ticketi
riathia route, and be sure they read Tia Albert
<ea and West Liberty.
" B. F. Mills, General Freight and Paarr sger
gent, 8., K.iS. Railway.
A. H. Bode, General raffia II aaager, S7 . ± St.
pm Railway.
£. Bt. John, General Ticket and Paesengar
Agent C, R. I. &. P. Railway.
Tha,city office of the Albert Lea Route li
Minneapolis is at No. 8 Wellington aretme, op
it? the Nicollet house, and in Lit. Paul at cornet
Tiird and Sibley strep's.
IMII II lIMII III 1 ,
Monroe St , CHICAGO,
Will sendprepaid to any a<lilre*s their Illustrated Price
L.istof Latest Style Banjos.
■lust the instrument for Pit-nir-s, Camping Parties. Sum
tit Evenintr serenart es.otc. Now tht- ratro in best ;>oeie
y. Prices 9 3 and UDwards.
NOTICE.
The Annual Meeting of the Stockholders of
the St. Paul Sulphuret Consolidated Mining
Company, will be held at the Secretary's office,
in St. Paul, Toaoday, July 3rd. 1833. at 2 p. m.
W. L. WILSON, President.
Chas. Shakdiew, Secretary. 175-I
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