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RAIL AND RIVER Hail yotea. All the roads will ran trains over the roads to-day for about half fare. Mr. Teasdale thinks the name Royal »— ls is such a good one that he has had it righted. A special Sunday train is now ran from St. Aral to Forest Lake, leaving St. Paul at 10 a. m. Returning it will leave the Ink* at p. in. A sew train has been pat on the Chica go Milwaukee & St. Paul road for Prior lake and Shakopee. It will leave St. Fnl daily except Sunday, at 3p. m. The Aberdeen express train that leaves at »ijjht will leave at 7 p. m. instead of 6. The River. The Sidney will arrive to-morrow morn hag, and will leave at 12 m. for St. Louis. •33» Minneapolis, of the St. Paul and St. Xmis packet line, will arrive this morning sad leave at 10 o'clock. The Pittsburgh, of the Diamond Jo line, scnrived at 7 a. m. yesterday and left at 12. isJi» had a good trip each way, both of freight and passengers. C O UXT F COM3TISSIOXERS. .Fall and Interesting Reports Showing Receipts and Expenditures of Different Officers, Condition of County .Funds, Xtc # TTLe board of commissioners were in iragvlar session yesterday morning, with all the members present. The minutes of iho last meeting were read and approved "Hi© auditor presented a statement show ing expenses of 1882, and estimated ex panses for 1883, as follows: 1882. 1883. TOsfrict court expenses... £14,189 $15,000 insane expenses 1,502 1,500 itaform school 5,455 5,000 Constable and justice 354 500 Stationery 711 700 Interest on bonded certf . . . 14,332 14,00J loieraeton certf. indebt.. 350 1,275 &tUriss 26,350 33,900 Your fund 14,600 15,000 Koml and bridge 5.000 5,000 Incidental expenses 9,960 10,000 Connor's inquests 1,749 1 ,700 3a3 expenses 6,607 6,600 Printing 6,904 6,9' 0 PdUic buildings 11,876 5,100 C«tf. of indebtedness 5,000 5,000 Totals $124,939 $127,075 On motion the estimate for the poor laid was fixed at $18,000, and the road aad bridge fund $8,000. The board of audit reported that they sad examined the books of the county jamsarer and find as follows: Cm& on hand December 1, 1882 $ 4,511 84 £Mb received to June 1, 1888 859.618 89 32Mb received June Ito June 25 .... 28,769 53 Total $892,908 26 CREDIT. % <*ih paid Dec. 1, 1882, to June 25, 2183 $804,524 06 fiance on hand $83,376 20 Whioh was deposited as follows: Is *inrt National bank $ 8,624 56 Sowed National bank 41,086 57 3flsrehants' National bank 11,190 74 Canaan American bank 676 10 Ask of Minnesota 15,855 21 2msngß 10,026 30 ■Gmbin safe 1,416 72 Ike usual monthly reports were sub mitted and in detail are as follows: C*aoty Auditor: lUemved $500 00 ftad out, clerk hire 210 00 AlwSnict Clerk: Kacaipts 221 30 liagiiiter of Deeds : Kweived 1,128 76 Strident 410 05 balance 6718 71 Clerk of Court: B»ily cash $227 70 •Charges uncollected ; 341 45 Back charges uncollected 212 80 $781 95 TtuioMt, clerk hire 115 00 Balance $666 95 Abstract Clerk, June, 1883: F:-jss collected £723 SJ J&ra uncollected 104 60 earnings 830 10 ««*, Juno, 1883 725 80 "Beok collections 43 15 $768 95 IJiibursed R'.-O 83 3lut balance with county S36i> '62 The committee on roads and bridges re ported the amount of money they had ap 3»ropriated at (5,175. Balance of 1882 facd on hand was $1,726.39, and old ap propriations transferred $75, making a total on hand of $1,801.39. The committee of ways and means was Authorized to negotiate a loan of $50,000 to meet deficiencies. Com'rs Schurmeier, Quinn and Kirch were appointed on the board of equaliza tion. The bond of H. A. Castle, county printer, with Albert Scheffer and R. A' Smith bondsmen was approve. A large number of bills were audited. A communication was received from the treasurer, showing the ammount of fund?. ©a hand July 2, 1883, and the places of deposit, the county revenue and poor funds being overdrawn: Amount of funds on hand July 2, 18 3 ¥iwt National bank $8,624 56 Second National bank 41,368 51 TuiTiiiTitrT National bank 11.190 74 Gorman American 2,129 #4 Bank of Minnesota 15,355 21 The Savings bank 3,725 15 Orders on State treasurer 2,000 00 tftuh in vault 163 32 Total $81,757 33 CONDITION OF SEVERAL FUNDS. Dr. Cr. State of Minnesota .... $22,839 85 County road and bridge fond 4,544 93 C«nty revenue $3,278 58 Owontypoor 4,664 47 County interest funds.. 235 67 County school 80,481 84 St P. &B. E. Road Im provement fund 3,750 00 Conrt house and jail... 15,04062 Refunding orders 149 35 interest on deposits .... 642 34 Kodemption funds 866 0 1 School text book 500 00 West St. Paul 2,772 42 Tax collections 82,000 39 Com. Ac 83,845 21 School districts 1,992 34 $91,937 61 $91,937 61 An order for $100 was ordered drawn in favor of Chas. Passavant for work done on the abstract books, he agreeing to com piste the work for $1,600 and to be paid monthly pro rate for work done. The delinquent tax roll for 1882 was presented and referred to a special com inmtte jf Schurmeier, Ames and Pottgie aor. The abstract clerk's bond for $5,000 was prns.- i ted and ordered plaoed on record in r. prutr?r'a office. Tiia <:»anty attorney was instructed to j 11(J — m,< -gainst the bondsmen of the Mar ii,.-•. in and collect the sum now due, *!;. •:; id $3,500. T; ; <j county atto-ney was allowed a con [■ v -m' fund of £7.». a titjo'nto'o^en Lake Phalen road fjyjglji; r- ferret to committee on roads and : :,.- '«<vird of control made a report, and j • . ,'i'ia of (1,230.29 was appropriated !»>»• the oeueiit of the board for poor farm and hospital purposes. The new board of control were instruct- Ed to be present at a special meeting Thursday at 9 o'clock, with their bonds . Adjourned. JVDGK BURR'S CALLERS. Few in Number and Leniently Dealt With on Account of the Near Approach of the Fourth. Charles Le Claire and William Reilly were the only drunks before his honor yesterday morning, and they were quickly disposed of by a $5 fine eaoh. Geo. W. Resse for obstructing Waba shaw and St.Peter streets with lumber, was dismissed without costs. Wm. Jerrewich was owing Kaspar Gsehblscht one dollar for a pair of boots, but didn't like to be dunned too frequent ly. In order to stop this amusement, he vigorously assaulted Kaspar, and was re quired to come down with $ 25 or take thirty days over at the workhouse. John Minea, a saloon keeper, was charg ed with selling liquor to a minor, the son of John Bishop. The evidence disclosed considerable spite work, but a case was proven and his honor imposed the lowest penalty, $25. T. Fitzpatrick for obstructing Ninth street was continued till July 7th. K. Rubenstein for obstructing the side walk in front of his place of business, 81 East Seventh street, was dismissed on pay ment of costs. M. Fitzgibbon, for excavating on Sev enth street without first having ob tained a permit, was again in court. He was an employe of the water works company, and wa3 acting under orders. Mr. Gilnllan appeared in defense of the company, and argued that one department of the city government had no right to interfere with another de partment and stop important work. Whenever the water works were out of order it was necessary to repair them at once, and it would be impossible to procure permits to do the work. The case was continued and will be further argued. Yesterday at Red Kock. The day at Red Rock was quiet, though there were numbers in from the surround ing country and the meetings well at tended. The heat was very oppressive a good share of the day, but in the afternoon the wind came up and made it more pleasant. Most of the camp staid for the celebra tion to-day, which, it is expected, will be a big affair. Last night practically closed the camp meeting, and to-day's exercises belong properly to tne grand temperance rally of the state. Yesterday's exercises began with a good morning prayer meeting led by Mr. A. W. Russell, of Minneapolis. The love feast at 8 o'clock was largely attended and a g ood meeting held, at the close of which the rite of baptism was administered by Bishop Foss and several taken into the church. The administra tion of the sacrament of the Lord's supper was In charge of the bishop and was given to a large con gregation, keeping np the exercises until dinner time. In the afternoon there was a very pleasant and interesting young people's meeting held in the pavilion in charge of the Misses Williams and Jennie Leter, at which Dr. Marshall and others took part. Har rison held his farewell service in the after noon, saying that in place of the usnal hand shaking, which he thought almost a useless w^-ste of time, he would have a farewell prayer meeting and after service. At the close of this meeting there was a large subscription made toward paying Mr. Harrison, who left the grounds last night and goes immediately to Ciear lake, lowa, to attend the meeting there . The gospel meeting of the Women's Christian Temperance Union was a very interesting meeting and largely attended. In the eve ning Dr. S. G. Smith preached a rousing sermon from the text: "Henceforth let no man trouble me, for I bear about in my body the marks of the Lord Jesus." Gaia i tians, 6, 7. BED BOCK PARK ASSOCIATION. The Red Rock Park association met yes terday and elected officers. The associa tion consists of the following named gen tlemen: Elias Mosee, H. J. Cobb, A. H. Rose, C. C. Hurd. D. S. B. Johnson, in the class holding three years; C. D. Strong, J. C. Quimby, H. P. Lillibridge, Geo. Crouch, Geo. H. Hazzard. holding two years: J. F. Tostevin, G. M. Miller, R. H. Hasty. K. W. Wing, Albert Armstrong, holding for one year. The officers were a? follows: President, C. D. Strong: vice president, H. J. Cobb: secretary, A! rt Armstrong; treasurer. J. C. Quimby . C. C. Hurd was appointed to take care of the grounds and property cf the asso ciation. FLIES AND HUGS. Flies, roaches, ants, bed-1 . mice, gophers, chipmunks^cleared out by '"Rough on Rats." 15c. Meeting of the Couus-il. The city council held a meeting yester day noon. The award of the contract for a sewer on Stillwater to F. S. Biodget for (30,525 was coufirined; several sewers on St. Anthony hill to John and Patrick Doherty for $59,873; to John H. Hinkle, sprinkling Lafayette avenue; to John Gehrke, sprinkling Monro Place, for $55; to F. Byer and Michael Lux, for grading George street, in the Sixth ward, for $13,612. The board of public works was ordered to construct a viaduct over the right of way of the St. Paul & Daluth Railroad company, to grade east Fourth street from Broadway to Commercial street, pay ing that part within the right of way of railroad with granite blocks. The board of public works is to inves tigate and report as to paving Fifth street from Jackson to Sibley with cedar blocks, also as to grading Goodhue street. Pine street is to be graded from Fourth to Grove. Adjourned to Thursday evening. How to Get Sick. — Expose yourself day and night, eat too much without exercise, work too hard without rest, doctor all the time, take all the vile nostrums advertised, and then you will want to know How to Get Well. - Which is answered in three words — Take Hop Bitters! Momiment to Gen. Custer. Montello, July 3. — The granite shaft which is to mark the spot where Gen. Coster and seven companies of the Seventh United States cavalry laid down their lives was shipped to Montana yester day. The monument consists of a cube of Monello granite, four and a half by five and one half feet, resting on a bate of the same material . It is inscribed with fourteen hundred letters, the names of the slain. %*"Thesame measure will not suit all circum stances." But Kidney-Wort suits all cases of lirer, bowels and kidney diseases and their con comitante, piles, constipation, diabetes, ague, etc. Try it and you will say so too. A disastrous fire wa3 raging at Astoria, Oregon, last night. Nine buildings, in- ] eluding the Oregon railroad navigation dock, had been burned, and the fire was pushing for the lower town at last ac counts. C ITARKH OF Tilt JSLADDER. Stinging irritation, inflammation, all Kidney j and Urinary Complaints cured by "Buchu- ■ paiba," *l". I THE ST. PAUL DAILY GLOBE, WEDNESDAY CORNING, JULY 4. 188*5. PISTOLS FOR TWO. A Southern M. C. Disputes Henry| Watfer son upon the Question of S. J. Tllden'a Health. | Special Telegram to the Globe. 1 Washington, July 3. — distinguished southern member of the house of congress, said that on last Wednesday he was traveling from West Point, where his son is a cadet, to New York, and at Yonkers there came on board the train the Hon. S. J. Tilden, who occupied the chair next to the south ern man until they arrived in the city. As very much has been said lately con cerning Mr. Tilden's condition the testi mony of this impartial witness may be interesting. "I had sever met Mr. Tilden," said this gentleman, "bat I recognized him at once. But to be certain I inquired of the servant who was with him, and he verified my im pression. Mr. Tilden looks to me like a man in the last stages of decay. He had to be helped into the cars and carefully put into his seat by his servant who never left him. He seemed to be utterly unable to help himself. He spoke with asoitof sputter which made it almost impossible for anyone to understand what he was trying to say. He was constantly falling into cat naps and falling down into his chair and had to be helped up and put straight again. He wanted water about every five minutes and altogether he seemed like a very old man who is unable to perform the most ordinary offices for himself. One eye seemed entirely closed, and the other seemed drooping and with out brilliancy or strength. When we arrived at the Forty-second street depot another servant with a carriage was waiting for him. I was interested and curious to see all of him I could, so I watched him go to the carriage. The servants each took an arm and elowly and carefully helped him into the low coupe which had come for him, and he was driven away. I was very much surprised at his condition. His mind may be all right, but his body is in every condition but good. I cannot see what Mr. Watter son meant by giving to the country that story of Mr. Tilden's health. It was novel and wicked in the extreme, and if it was true then Mr. Tilden has awfully changed in the past ten days . Of course I did not speak to him. I should have done so if he had shown the ordinary signs of con sciousness of .things about him . Unless all signs fail, he is a very weak old man. *ilrs. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound is a most valuable medicine for ladies of all ages who may be afflicted with any form o f disease peculiar to the sex. Her Remedies are not only put up in liquid forms but in pills and lozenges in which forms they are securely sent through the mails. HENDRICKS AND M'DONALD. 'Gath' Tries His Hand to Stir Up Bad Blood. [Special Telegram to the Globe.] New Yobk, July 3. — An Indianapolis mischief helper says : '"It was determined at Logansport to have one of the brashest of the McDonaldites see Mr. Hendricks and obtain from him a definite statement whether he would accept the gubernatorial candidacy. Before the man presents that topic to the consideration of the lawn mower statesman, *he had better take out a tornado policy. Mr. Hendricks has done a good deal for his party, but to expect him to make the race for goverpor simply to assure the state for McDonald, who was against him in 1868, and who had been pushed to the front in the most unaccept able way to the elder if not better party soldier, is asking too much of human nat ure. Besides, the mere suggestion reveals the fear that alone Mr. McDonald could not carry the state, a fear that is well founded, for in 1864 he was defeated for governor himself by over 20,000 majority. Mr. Hendricks' day in Indiana may have passed away, but he is still too much of a power in his party to be treated as he has been by the McDonald movement.*' Gath. The Pern Chilian Settlement. Panama, June 23. — The Chilians are making preparations to evacuate the north of Peru and hand it over to Iglesias, who is rapidly rising in pnblic esteem. The principal provisions of the treaty are a.« follows: Absolute cession of Tarapaca and part of Arnica and Taena to be deeded by the plebisiscite after ten years of military occupation by Chili, the losing naiion se curing .$10,000,000 from the country ac quiring the property, Chili to pay over to the Peruvian bondholders one-half of the net proceeds of the guano taken from de deposits known to exist in the territory there, and that which may be hereafter brought to light, to be exclusive property of ChiJi. Private interests held ia nitrate deposits will be respected by Chili under the nitrate expreparation transaction some years since, and carried into effect by the govern ment of Peru. Indemnity to be paid to the Chilians who suffered losses through expulsion from Peru will be discussed at some future time. Chili will give to Peru one-half of the net proceeds obtained from guano at the Labo islands. The municipal and other Peruvian authorities in the dif ferent towns throughout the north have been notified by the Chilians that they are prepared to withdraw from all points where Iglesias is recognized. ZST" In the Diamond Dyes more coloring is given for 10 cents than in any 15 or 25-cent dyes, and they give faster and more brilliant colors. m The Chicago Street Railways. Chicago, July 3. — Th« charters of five Chi cago street railways expire by || limitation the present year and under the original grart the city has the right to purchase tbe roads at their appraised value. The proposed removal of the char ters has provoked wide discussion, and a proposition has been made by ten «apitalilists to advance the money for the purchase of the roads and pay into the city treasury annually ten per cent, of the gross revenue. Street railway officials deny such a proposition can be or has been made. Their supposed willingness to ac cept the right of the city to the revenues from them is shown in the ordinance sub mitted to the council last night to pay a yearly license of $50 on each car operated on condition the charters are renewed for twenty years. The ordinance was referred. WELL'S "ROUGH OX CORNS." Ask for Well's "Rougk on Corns." 15c. Quick, complete, permanent cure. Corns, warts, bunions^ _^ Restoring; a Captured Flag. New Yobk, July 3. — The Lexington, Va., cadets arrived here this noon and were re ceived by the 23d regiment Brooklyn *nd escorted to quarters. They bring the nag of the 151 th New York regiment which was captured during the rebellion and will informally present it to the mayor and city government to-morrow. No city military took part in the reception or escort to-day. Tuke, of London, defends the class of emigrants he has been sending to Amer ica. He says he has many applications from American employers for foreign laborers. CLOTHING 8.0.P.CH. ST. PAUL. Men's Seersucker and White Flannel Suits. Reversible Linen Dusters. A Tip- Top All- Linen Duster for $1.00. Clergymen's Black Alpaca Coats, Extra Length, and Buttoning close to the Chin. Men's Slater's Full Indigo Blue Flan nel Suits, $12.00. EN&LISH SERGE AND WORSTED SUITS. $15.00, $16,00 and $18.00. Alpaca, Mohair andLiueu Dusters, and Sack Coats. STRAW AND PITH HATS ! LOW PRICES RULE AT THE BOSTON "ONE-PRICE" CLOTH HOUSE! Cor. TMrfl and Robert streets, S f . Pail. STILLWATER GLOBULES. The prisoners in the penitentiary will rest from their labors to-day . Fred Goodrich, who had the bad lock to dislocate his wrist on Monday morning, will not be able to perform any labor for three months, so say the doctors . Cases of diphtheria are nnmerons in the city at the present time, bat no deaths have been reported lately, the disease being of a much milder type that has heretofore prevailed. The crook arrested Monday, upon whose parson money to a considerable amount was fonnd, was sent out of town last even ing. It was found impossible to connect him with the theft at the show grounds. It is estimated ttiat Cole's circus took about five thousand dollars out of town as the result of two performances on Mon day. The patrons of the show are gener ally much dissatisfied with Monday night's exhibition. Some persons even going so far as to call it a snide affair, while a few people declare it to be the best circus that has visited the city in years. A rough audition — 40x70 — roofed with green oak boughs, has been added to the east side of the Wigwam. This structure, though hurriedty built, will admirably an swer the intended purpose, for here the hungry multitude will he fed. Dinner and supper will be served in the new building under the auspices of the ladies connected with the fair. Yesterday moraing Tim Fox and a col ored man, both residing in the Mowt: block, undertook to settle an old fead with their lists. Although much the lighter man of the two, Tim rather got the better of his antagonist. During the melee Mrs. Fox. mother of one of the combatants, was somewhat injured by an accidental blow received while tryiug to separate the pugi li.-t?. The case came up for a hearing in the police court on Tuesday morning. By the jail delivery at Hudson on Mon day night, Leach and Daily, arrested in this city some time ago, made their escape. These two men wore charged with robbing a couple of young Swedes on the Wisconsin side, and identified by their victims, were taken into custody by the police here, and held to await the arrival of the Wis consin officials. When rirst locked op at Hudson Leach and Daily both boasted openly that they would break jail long before court time, bat no attention was paid to the matter, their threat being con sidered only idle talk. Vital Questions! Ask the most eminent physician Of any school, what ia the best thing in the world for quieting and allaying all irritation of the nerves and curing all forms of nervous com plaints, giving natural, rhildlike refreshing sleep always ? And they will tell you unhesitatingly "Some form of Hops!" chapter r. Ask any or all of the most eminent physicians: "What "is the best and only remedy that can be relied oa to cure all diseases of the kidneys and urinary organs, such as Blight's disease, diabetes, retention or inability to retain urine, and all the diseases and ailments peculiar to women" — "And they will tell you explicitly and em phatically '"Buchu . " Ask the same physicians "'What is the most reliable and surest cure for all liver diseases or dyspepsia, constipation, in digestion, biliousness, malarial fever, ague, etc.," and they will tell you: Mandrake! or Dandelion!" Hence, when these remedies are combined with others equally valuable And compounded into Hop Bitters, sucli a IConcluded next week.J A Bark Quarantined. Galveston, Tex., Jubr 3. — The bark Salome from Vera Cruz Arrived here yes terday. It is reported that when at that port five of her men, including the captain were sick with yellow fever. One of the men died June 13, and the others recov ered. The vessol left Vera Cruz Jnne 26, since which time there has been no sick ness aboard . No communication what b^er is to be allowed with the Salome un til the expiration of quarantine. Given Up by Doctors. ••U it possible that Mr. Godfrey is up and at work, and cured by so simple a remedy?" "I assure you it is true that he is entirely cured, and with nothing but Hop Bitters: and only ten days ago his doctors gave him up and said he must die!" "Well-a-day! That's remarkable! I will go this day and get some for my poor George — I kiiuv; hops are good." A woman died from cholera at Alexan dria yesterday. i CITY NOTICE. City Treasurer's Sale. Officx of the City Tbeasttbeb, ) „ i^l^T. Paul, Minn., July 3, 1888. ) Notice is hereby given that under and by virtue of a judgment entered on June 26, 1888, in the District Court, second judicial district, Ramsey county, State of Minnesota against the herein after dee ribed real estate, situate lying and be ing in said city and county, on an assessment warrant for Consiruriing, Repairing and Relaying Side walks, Under Contract of Peter Berkey, for the Year Ending January 1, 1888. (Estimates c>, 7 and 8.) in said city 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 described real estate, to-wit: Ewing & Chute's Addition. Supposed owner and Am't of description. Lot. Block. Judgm't JWWillis 8 1 $20 43 Collins Subdivision of Lots 8 and 9. Irvine's Out Lots. Supposed owner and Am't of description. Lot. Judgm't Isabella Law 7 $16 75 Subdivision of and Addition to Irvine's Addi tion of Out Lots. Supposed owner and Am't of description. Lot. Block. Judgm't Carrie B Wright 3 1 $16 75 Same 4 1 16 75 Stinson's Addition. Supposed owner and Am't of description. Lot. Block. Judgm't Jas. Stinson 1 4 $8 25 Same 4 4 8 25 Same 5 4 8 26 Same 8 4 8 26 Same 9 4 8 27 Same 12 4 8 27 Same 13 4 8 29 Same 16 4 8 29 Same 17 4 5 08 E Rice's Ist., Addition. Supposed owner and Am't of description Let. Block. Judgm't George Mehl 16 4 $9 99 Victor Miller 21 4 9 9'J Susannah J Becker 2 9 9 99 Same 3 9 9 99 Same 4 9 9 99 Same 5 9 9 99 Same 6 9 9 99 Same 7 9 9 99 Same 8 9 9 99 Same 9 9 10 00 Same 10 9 10 00 Alice E McCauley 11 9 10 00 Same 12 9 7 91 Robertson's Addition to Weet St . Paul. Supposed owner and Am't of description. Lot. Block. Judgm't E Langevin 1 166 $27 35 West St. Paul Proper. Supposed owner and Am't of description. Lot. Block. Judgm't Wm Dawson 6 120 $9 99 Same 7 120 9 99 Same 8 120 9 99 Same 9 120 9 99 Same 10 120 9 99 Franziska Keller 10 104 11 72 Wm Dawson 3 98 12 58 Same 4 98 15 18 Ssme 5 98 .9 09 Same 8 98 343 Same 9 98 10 68 Same 10 98 10 34 C B Gallagher 6 85 10 34 Same 7 85 10 84 Same 8 85 'J 99 Same 9 85 999 Same 10. 85 10 68 Woodland Park Addition. Supposed owner and Am't of. description. Lot. Block. Judgm't James S Burris 12 2 72 63 Minnie McC Flagg S % of 11 6 17 93 Eliza Daly, N % of 12 6 18 15 Subdivision of Blocks 17 and 23 Woodland Park Addition. Supposed owner and Am't < f. description. Lot. Block. Judgm't BF Marvin 11 17 $55 52 Woodland Park Addition. Supposed owner and Am't of. description. Lot. Block. Judgm't CbasC Chase 16 2 $25 16 Bobt Beade 17 2 25 16 Jas S Harris 12 2 43 44 tame 13 2 25 15 Leech's Addition. Supposed owner and Am't of. description. Lot. Block. Judgm't Estate of John RyanSW of 13 3 $2 22 Scheffer's Addition. Supposed owner and Am't of. description. Lot. Block. Judgm.t Wm Dickeson 18 1 13 75 Henry Haake 31 2 13 72 Same 32 2 13 72 Fuller's Addition. Supposed owner and Am't of description. Lot. Block. Judgm't Trustees of the Danish Evangelical Lutheran Immanuel Congegation St Paul 14 5 £29 41 Henry Athev 15 5 6o 04 Elfelt, Bernheimer & Arnold's Addition. Supposed owner and Am't of. description. Lot. Block. Judgm't JEAtherton 6 9 $25 55 Terrace Park. Supposed owner and Am't of. description. Lot. Block, Judgm't HWBuchanan 14 4 $20 56 Same 15 4 20 56 ASDoolittle 16 4 20 56 John J Pearson 20 4 20 58 Same 21 4 22 48 Summit Park Addition. Supposed owner and Am't of. description Lot. Block. Judgm't ChasßWright 20 1 $1« 72 Russell Freeman 23 1 16 74 FFMclver 24 1. 16 74 Laura E Moffitt 18 6 Bal. 2 18 John and Chas Liedman.. 25 6 16 68 WP Warner 29 6 16 68 Same 30 6 16 68 JG Donnelly 18 18 16 70 Isabella A Higbee 25 18 16 72 Same 26 18 16 72 Dayton's Addition. Supposed owner and Am't of description. Lot. Block. Judgm't JacobDanz, W 8 >^ftof .. 9 4 *2 55 OliveEUline 14 4 5169 Woodland Park Addition. Supposed owner and Am't of description. Lot. Block. Judgm't Lucy Eagan 12 15 ?5C 40 Supposed owner and Am't of description. Block. Judgm't J B McLean, W 159 ft of that part NofSlTSft cf 22 $50 S3 Schurmeier's Subdivision of Let 1. Baes' Out I Lots. Supposed owner and description. Lot. Judgm't Firet Presbyterian Church 1 $49 00 Woodland Park Addition. Supposed owner and Ain't of description. Lot. Block. Judgm't Edward Simonton 6 7 $20 56 Mackubin & Marshall's Addition. Supposed owner and Am't of description. Lot. Block. Judgm't John B Trudean 30 9 $24 26 ARCapehart L 12 27 03 St. Paul Proper. Supposed owner and Amttof description. Lot. Block Judgm't F E Clark 6 25 $28 99 Same 7 j 25 28 99 Warren <fc Winslow's Addition. Supposed owner and Am't of description. Lot. Blr.;k. Judgm't E Good 9 1J $luoo OBWergedahl 10 10 10 00 Kittson's Addition. Supposed owner and Am't of description. Lot. Block. Judgm't Isabella B Winter, W 44 ftof 5 12 $49 11 Brown's Subdivision of Stinson, Brown & Ramsey's Addition. Supposed owner and Am't of description. Lot. Block. Judgm't DJHeunessy 14 32 $9 48 WC Ashley 17 32 948 G Reese 21 32 9 49 Same 22 82 9 49 G Ries and H P Thompson 23 32 949 G Ries 24 32 950 HAStinson 33 100 89 Jas Stinson 34 99 28 HAStinson 35 28 71 Michel & Robertson's Addition. Supposed owner and Am't of description Lot. Block. Judgm't B Michel 20 11 $8 25 GHbtahlmann 28 12 829 Robert & Randall's Addition. Supposed owner and Amn't of description Lot. Block. Judgm't J M and A Armstrong, trustees, N'ly }ioi 8 10 $27 61 St. Paul Proper. Supposed owner and Am't of description Lot. Block. Judgm't Ada L Mayall, W'ly 22 ft of E)s 2 34 $12 06 Joseph Ashton, except W □16% ft of N6oft of 6 34 Bal. 12 75 Alex llamsey, except E 25 ft ofN73ftof 6 34 24 16 Kittson's Addition. Supposed owner and Am't of description. Lot. Block. Judgm' DWHand 3 91 $15 68 Same 4 91 15 68 Rice & Irvine's Addition. Supposed owner and Am't of description Lot. Block. Judgm't Bridget Stewart, W % of . 10 3 $18 04 Alex Ramsey 10 4 33 61 Helena Fink, E 38 ft N ofSeventhst 16 2175 Alex Ramsey 2 6 33 86 Martha E Clark, W % ... . 8 5 17 48 Jarvis, Subdivision of Lot 3, Bass' Out Lots . Supposed owner and Am't of description . Lot. Judgm't Chas G Peterson 6 $24 44 St. Paul Proper. Supposed owner and Am't of description Lot. Block. Judgm't C Harrison 6 8 $8134 West St Paul Proper. Supposed owner and Am't of description. Lot. Block. Judgm't HWhittmark 5 50 $27 27 DD Merrill 6 50 27 27 Elizabeth Lawtou 5 47 826 Prospect Plateau. Supposed owner and Am't of description Lot. Block. Judgm't W A Somers 2 4 $18 65 W A Sommers and II H Fuller, W* of 1 4 $10 86 Fuller's Subdivision of Block 87, Dayton & Ir vine's Addition. Supposed owner and Am't of. description Lot. Judgm't Jas Boyd 1 $20 41 Same. Commencing at a point on S Wly line of 3rd street formerly St Anthony street in the chy of St Paul distant 17 fi S L'ly from the intersection of the lino dividing lots 3 and 4, Fuller's Subdivision of block 87 Daytoa & Irvine's Addition with 8 W'ly line <>f Third street thence S Ely on said S W'ly lineof Tl^nl street 43 ft more or less to the intersection of said S W line of Third street with Ely line of lor 1 in said subdivision, thence S,ly on said Ely line of said lot 1 24 ft more or less to Selby aveuue, thence W on N line of Selby avenue to S E corner of a lot owned by s;ii<l Boyd. thence N Ely to place of beginning, except lot 1 in said Subdivision $2 73 Jas Boyd. Commencing at ;i point on IS W'ly line of Third street formerly St Anthony street distant £1 ft SE'ly from the intersection of line dividing lots 3 a;.d 4 of Fuller's Subdivision of block 87 Dayton and Irvine's Addition 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 in a line parallel with said division line between said lots 3 and 4 through lots 2 and 19 in said Subdivi vision to N line of Selby avenue thence W'ly on N line of said Selby avenue to land owned by H F Blodg ett, thence N Ely on line of said Blodgett's land to place of beginning being part of lots 2 and 1 9 in said Subdivision $13 72 H F Blodgett. Commencing at a point on 5 W'ly line of Third street formerly St Anthony street distant 2f t S Ely from intersectfon o"f the line dividin » lots 3 and 4 of Fuller's Subdivision of block 87 Dayton & Irvine's Addition with said 8 W'ly line of said Third street thence S Ely along S Wly line of said Third street 49 ft, thence S W'ly through lots 2 and 19 of said Subdivision on a line parallel with said division line between said lots 3 and 4 to N line of Salby ave nue, thence W'ly on N line of said elby avenue to a point on S line of lot 18 in said Subdivision intersected by the S Ely line of tne N W'ly 2 ft of said lot 8 and the prolongation of said last named line through to said Belb7 avenue, thence N Ely on said last named line to begin ning $25 67 Ramsey's Addition. Supposed owner and Am't of. description Lot. Block. Judgm't Alex Ramsey 5 3 $20 41 JohnGDuggan 6 3 2137 Irvine's Addition. « Supposed owner and Am't of. description Lot. Block. Judgm't CA Jones 1 1 $27 55 Watson's Addition. Supposed owner and Am't of. description Lot. Block. Judgm't John Lalley " 1 1 Bal. $20 12 Jos Hanggi 1 2 22 12 C Anna Bryant 30 2 22 12 Wateon&Cady 13 22 12 H. Thompson's Subdivision of Block 4. Hoyt's Addition. Supposed owner and Am't of description Lot. Block. Judgm't Trustees of First Baptist Church ar.d Congregation of St. Paul, E 108 ft of S UTU ft of 8 Bal. $26 60 Hoyt's Addition. Supposed owner and A'mt of description. Lot. Block. Judgm't Caroline Wilson, 842 ft of 1 14 $22 87 Bass's Addition. Supposed owner and Am't of. description Lot. Block Judgmtt ElizthAßorup 1 2 $25 41 Dennis Ryan 2 2 25 41 Same 3 2 25 41 Same 4 2 25 41 West St. Paul Proper. Supposed owner and Am't of. description Lot. Block. Judgm't John Mayher, N 45 ft of lots 1,2 and 3 54 $9 12 Subdivesion of Addition to Irvine's Out Lots. Supposed owner and Am't of. description Lot. Block. Judgm't WmMcLellan 2 4 Bal. $9 28 All in said city of St. Paul, county of Ramsey, and state of Minnesota. GEORGE REIS, City Treasurer. REAL ESTATE. Lllfi! IVtontana* The Denver of the Northwest is the terminal point of three divisions of the Northern Pacific Railroad. It is located as the geographical cen ter of that line . It has had a most marvelous growth . POPULATION IN DECEMBER, 1882 .... 50 " " FEBRUARY. 1883.... 1,000 " " MAY, 1883... 1,946 " " JUNE. 1883... 2,460 The Branch Line to the Yellowstone National Park has its terminal point here, and all the im mense travel to that famous resort is compelled to stop here from a few hours' time to a number of days. The principal shops of the railroad company between Brainerdand the Pacific Ocean are now txnng built Lore. They will give em ployment to probably 1000 men." Pine limber is plenty in the surrounding country, ar.d various sawmills in the immediate vicinity of the town furnish work for hosts of employ s. The valleys of the Yellowstone, Shields and Smith rivers are vast and very rich in agricultural resources, and are well settled. 1 heir trade is entirely tribut ry to Livingston, while magnificent cattle ranches abound in every direction: vast mines of true bi tuminous coal, which can be coked for 1% cents per ton; also rich iron mines are within two to four miles from town, a d are being worked. The gold placer mines of Emigrant Gulch, Bear Crevice, Mill Creek, and Eight-Mile Creek, are all ia the Yellowstone Valley just south of Liv ingston, directly tributary to it, and are being actively worked. That wonderfully rich quartz countiv, silver and gold, known as the Clark's Fork District, is south of town, aud Livingston is the headquarters and outfitting point. Im mense deposits of limestone, sandstone, clay and tine brick clay, are but two miles distant, and the manufacture of lime is already an important in dustry, this being the first point after leaving Du luth on the east, 1,000 miles, where lime rock is found. There are some 200 buildings in course of construction. Tho Park Addition on which the new $17,000 school house is expected [to be built is the most desirable residence property in town, while the Palace Addi: ion contains the cheapest business property offered for sale — the tendency of business and business improvements being largely in that direction. There are two banks, the First National and a private bank; two newspapers, one daily and one weekly . A smelt ing and reduction c mpany is also in process of formation, to be located here. There ate many chances for business enterprises of various kinds. Like all new countries, the o portunifies for profitable employment are very good and work men as well as men of ( apital will fin>l plenty of chances in and around the town. Livingston is less than a year old, yet it is probably the second largest city in Montana. It is not surprising when one considers that agriculture alone has made Fargo; the Northern Pacific company's rail road Brainerd; summer visitors, Saratoga; lumber, Eau Claire; silver and gold mines, Den ver; cattle Kansas City; iron and coal, Pitts-burg; that a combination of all of theso factors as is found here should, within the next five ypare make this point a city of at least 50.000 people. The prediction may seem a wild ono, but we hare yet to see or know anyone who, a few years ago, was? accused of being wild then in their predic tions, who predicted one-half of what has actual ly occurred in the Northern Pacific country. We sold lot in Fargo a ft w years ago far ¥lUO each tha: would sell to-day for $10 000; acres at James tiwn for $15 per a'-rc (cost 48 cents) that to-day sell )o- $1,500, and are buili on. We have acres to-day in Fargo which cost i&;4 cents thai are now in town lota selling a 1 the rate of $1,2 acre. So lots at Living ton which wenow ffer a $25 to 1250 will, inside of 3 year . from $500 to 1 10,000 apiece. Thej have dones > at all good points on the road in the past, and thej \»:i; in the Futun —parti ularly.at an excep tionally good poii.t like tlii-. We advance price in July. C. LIVINGSTON & CO., C 3 East Third street, St. Paul. G. G. BEARDSLEY, Fargo, Dakota. W. A. SMITH, General Agent, Livingston, Montana, COSTUMES THEATRICAL AND MASQUERADE OIPORIH! Ho id west TO Sirs,"- Si. Paul I respectfully invite the attention of ladisa and gentlemen to my large, most complete and elegant stock of new Masquerade Costumes, foe balls, parties, theatrical performances, old folks' concerts, tableaus, &c. Masks at wholesale. Country parties, send for list and prices. p. j. oiiiESiEnsr. CONFECTIONES3 n flfl j nf Send $1. $2, 53, or $5 I fl TJ fl TJ for a retail box by Eipres, A I llf of the best Candies in |J Jill I! I America, put np # in elegant v J boxes, and strictly pure _____ Suitable for presents. Ex press charges light, Refer * to all Chicago, Tn lA\ lIIV1 lI V Address C, F. GUFTeHK, UmitlJ i'oalectipner, J Chieazs. MISS LAURA W. HALL, TEACHER OF PUIO, OEGAH AM MRMOBT. Residence, Jo. 102 WestemSAvenne,Kt/jAnthonylßill, ST. PAUL, Miyy. J^-Also Agent for BRAINARD'S MUSICAL WORLD, published at Cleveland, Ohio. It has been published over 20 years, and ie acknowl edged to be the ablest and beet, as well as the oldest musical journal in the country. Every tfarl-pr. amateur acd pupil ehcuid have it. Price $1.50 a year. Address as above. Notified by postal card, Miss H. will call at any residence in the city and receive subscriptions.