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ODR SOMWESTERH M6EB0SS
News Gleanings and Toinis Fpeoall
Collected and Forwarded by Tele
graph to the l>aily Globe.
\ Fargo Special Telegrams, Jan. I 7, to the St.
Paul Globe.]
Dakota and Montana Notes.
Huron aspires to a $20,(00 opera house.
Finer el&ighing was tever seen and it is
well improved.
A leap year proposal at Helena will
soon furnish a marriage notise.
The Fargo Evening Journal is announc
ed to come to life the first of February.
Rejeiver Chandler of the land office, was
married in Rhode Island on Thursday, the
17th.
It i* estimated that 50,000 people have
settled in the Huron land district tho past
year.
A new paper is to be started at Glen
dive, al.h'.ugh the Times, fids all the voids
visible there.
Frank Hill, {foreman of the Northern
Pacific yards, loft eeveral fingers today
while cutti g < ff cars.
The sh riff O' GiHa in cointy, Montana,
was lately 6 train on the Utah
Northern, ror : on-payment of fare.
Thegicv. «f the fine county of Spin
is seen in the ; rease of assessment from
$23,000 in 1880 . $2,041,000 in 1883.
It is said tiiar tne ouflfaioes have oome
north of t- ■ *.i and the Indians
killed l,T0O in on lot far from the
mouth of lha aelahell.
Edward Warne, w-.o died in St. Paul
yesterday, was a brother of the wife of
Peler Czizek, iate t.ea^nrerof Moorhead,
and his death is much regretted.
There i3 au Indian m;?sion not far from
Pierre, where'hi it,} man is converted in
his own toujju••, and even Sitting Bull
sometimes l«i.ds ms dignified,stoical pres
ence too the ine<;i '.gs.
Geo. Gray, at Jamti»town, has received
a box of thre* >Lizen live quails from
Litchfield, lit. Gray will keep them ia his
barn till spring and then turn them out to
multiply and Btock ha prairies.
Amann-'ii d I ■ lost his life in at
tempting to *!«:-! i ihe Cceur d' Alene
mines recei iyed from the
party and uid was so nearly
starved and ; n<) soon died.
Two or three townships in Dickey ooun
ty were oj ■ yesterday, and
the land office b oeen jammed
with claiiv, t h« desirable claims
in this land .1 soon all be taken.
Will H. Bd rood looking frac
tion of t'- epartment of the
Jamestown ;u_e east to visit
and rep'o. spring businees.
His paper is a . :• to and r.eat
ness.
Someinteies Ihe expected
appearance of Prof. Jas. Irving
Crabbe as t -.& t ''or of the Min
nesota Far anticipated that he
will writ-.- a\ t tii* most gor
geous style.
Nnmero.i- oak ng for one
Tim Loiif/. Hta'ill hotel on
Trout strei t ro und house.
His wife ha He is
said to bav uttpai#to the
amount or .
Tom Htdui' i umorist, enjoys
a good joki\ ike it if the dis
patch publ -' g him as hav
ing been left t oeceased uncle
in New Ze i ia, was not so
much of th- j
Donald id i committed to
jail in defau. ■ nd* to await the
action of tu-j jury on a oharge of
rape, made bj ;ii.ider, at Living
ston. It is th a irgeof seduo
tion would he lot.
ThsEpisoop a Knrgo will have
the addition a p •■» ments to their
edifice com.>; ay. It will
have the ban interior of any
' noose in Dak >t > I shop Walker ib ex
peoted to artivt- mere shortly.
There was <t good ileal of pressure
brought to bar at the convocation of
newspaper men in I o'her day to
secure the seiec. \u Henderson as
assistant to Blaochard Smith in providing
Associated Pre- St. Paol.
A man named Coak, at Mitchell, again
illustrated the i bout too many
sooks spoiling the viands. Ha married a
Miss Pool, and v> rsoon .^covered to lave
a wife and family >u Brookings oounty.
Criminal piocefeC.ing- were instituted
against him.
Jamestown misses Jos. W Fogarty, the
genial and promising young merchant
who died unexpectedly «'u Sunday. His
remains were taken iu Rochester, Minn.,
which place b-3 left about two years ago.
He was but twenty three years of age and
had made many friend?.
In 1883 there 7,747 en-ries of land claims
at the Grand F-rks land office, and the re
ceipts were $1,249,190. Only 128 of the
number were final proofs. As there are
eighty townships -o oome iuto market in
the winter aud spriug. thare wll no douot
be a still greater rush there this year.
Father Stephau left this week for New
York on his colonizition mission, and af
terwards will spbisd soaie time at Hot
Springs, 4rk., for the benefit of rheu
matio troubles. Colonel Donan will strike
his pathway at several poiuts, and con
tribute his efforts to the colonization
scheme.
Colonel Donan rushed up from the
states Tuesday to fill his lungs with Da
kota ozone and started eastward again the
next night. He reports that the portraits
of the type3 of American betuty soon to
be commenced in the St. Louis Sp ctator
are artistically uusnrp isstd by anything
ever devised by human skill.
A. W. Fairbank's, of the Appomatox
Herald, one day last week had an appoint
ment *o marry Miss Minnie Gilchrist at
Blunt, but failed to make the connection
at Huron to reach theie. The lady should
throw a fellow who woald fail to
keep an appointment of that sort. A man
of grit would walk rather than disappoint
the lady.
The first fashionable, high-toned wed
ding ever held in Blunt, filled the M. E.
church to overflowing last week. Mr.
French, a leadin:; merchant, married Miss
Ada Eaken. Mr. F was a prominent
officer of the baoneiors' club, and was
preec ted by the ciub with an easy chair
and cradle. Both families were formerly
of Danville, III.
The girls at Keystone in Diokey county
gave a leap year party last week, and the
gallant, bnt bashful joung editor of the
Commercial, L. H. Wileon, was fairly lifted
off his feet with the soft wooing attentions
paid him. He is evidently regarded as a
great catch by the ladies, and if he escapes
the perils of the year it will be due to the
rivalry of the fair proposers.
It is claimed ti.at there is less drunken-
nees in Bozeman than in any other town
of 3,000 population in the country. Bat
this related in the Livingston Tribune does
not seem to confirm that view
A drunken ranchman the other night
lost his way and strayed into the Bozeman
graveyard and fell asleep. In the morn
ing he was suddenly aroused by the sound of
a locomotive whistle, which he took for tbe
arcnangel's trumpet on the resurrection
morn, and said: "What! ne'r one risen
here but me? It speaks bad for Boze
man."
TUB COURTS.
District Court,
CBIMINAL CASES.
[Before Judge Wilkin. 1
State of Minnesota vs. Lewis Young,
larceny; verdict of guilty.
State of Minnesota vs. F. X. Jeneatte,
larceny; dismissed.
State of Minnesota vs. John Baxter, lar
ceny ; verdict of guilty, but recommended
to meroy.
Adjourned to 10 a. m., to-day.
OOUBT CASES .
[Before Judge Brill. 1
J. T. Elwell vs. J. J. Hudley, et al; six
oases re-set for hearing January 30.
D. B. Vermilye vs. Mary C. Vermilye;
motion argued to strike out certain por
tions of answer to suit of plaintiff for di
vorce; taken under advisement.
Adjourned to 10a. in. to-day.
Probate Court.
[Before Judge McGrorty.J
Insanity of Charles Schuman; examined
Aid ordered committed.
Municipal Court.
[Before Judge Burr.]
George Valentine, larceny; committed
for thirty days.
C. B. Martin, drunk and disorderly; fine
of $20 paid.
Wm. S. Medick, vagrancy; committed
for twenty days.
Daniel Goodman, disorderly, continued
to the 18th.
x Jhiiip Milner, assault, same.
THE HAN LEY MURDER TRIAL
To Commence this Morninff— Geneatte,
the Deaf Mute, Discharged—Two Ver
dicts of Guilty Rendered Yesterday for
Larceny.
F. X. Geneatte, the deaf mute, who was
indicted by the grand jury and who, after
having been found guilty by a jury of en
tering the room of two other mutes and
taking money from their clothes, had nis
case continued from time to time on a
motion for a new trial when arraigned,
was discharged yesterday on account of
having received sufficient punishment,
having been in jail since last August, the
fact of bis release being communicated to
him by the finger alphabet. He smiled a
very gushing smile.
The trial of Lewis Young yes-erday for
the larceny of a watch worth $25 from
Charles Swanson, resulted in a verdict of
guilty, and that of John Baxter for the
larceny of $150 worth of goods, resulted
in the same verdict, except that the jury
in his Oise recommended him to the mercy
of the court, there being some extenuating
circumstances in his case.
The trial of Thomas Hanley for the
murder of Thomas Byan, will be taken up
at 10 o'clock this morning, when the de
fense, which will be conducted by C. D.
O'Brien, Esq., will try to prove emotional
insanity on the part of the prisoner when
committing the crime, as a result of
wounds received in the head during the
late war. There is some surmise that
the impaneling of Jthe jury to try the
case will consume a considerable portion
of to-day, and that the full right of chal
lenge will be taken by the prisoner's coun
sel. It is further thought that the trial
will oooupy at least several days.
St. Paul - Iu iss and Checker Club.
The first tournament of the second series
was played Wednesday evening with the
following results:
Green. White.
WC Sargent 0 C 3 Bohrer 1
MGetinan 2 W8Hav 0
LD Giiswoid 1 E E Barker 1
TMMetcalf 2 D DeLong 0
J F Hanley 0 HH Griswold 2
5 4
There was one draw game played be
tween Messrs. Sargent and Bohrer.
The next tournament will take plaoe as
usual on Wednesday evening, Jan. 23. A
business meeting for the election of offi
cers will be held to-night at 8;30 at the
club rooms, 190 East Seventh street, be
tween Sibley and Jackson.
The members of this club are furnished
with a key whioh enables them to gain ac
cess to the rooms at any hour, day or
night, and they are always sure of finding
a warm and comfortable plaoe and plenty
of amusement for the evening. Strangers
and visitors are cordially welcomed and
shown every attention. Wednesday even
ing of each week is set apart for speoial
games. Gentlemen wishing to join the
club can do so and gain all information in
regard to the association by addressing or
calliug upon the secretary, B. Zimmer
mann, 307 Jackson street, opposite Mer
chants hotel. The membership fee is $3
and monthly dues $1.
Uncnuritabte Winnipeg.
The Winnipeg Times in reporting the
proceedings of tbe council of that oity
mentions a move made to ship a number
of Italians to St. Paul. The Italians it ap
pears were in hat region and being out of
work and destitute of means had suffered
from the cold season to whioh they were
not acclimated and needed assistance. The
idea that was urged in tbe oounoil was
to raise a fund and send the poor fellows
out of cold, uncharitable Winnipeg, to
more genial aid generous St.
Paul. It was stated that $200
was required to famish the men with
transportation to St. Paul, and from there
they could be t-ent on lo Chioago, where
an Italian aid society exists. Some pri
vate parties had raised, it was reported,
$127 for transportation, and the balance
of the $200 was required. A motion that
the oonucii appropriate $40 was pnt to
vote and lost. Why the Winnipeg folks
should want to send Uiese people away, in
stead of encouraging them, devoting the
same means for their relief that they were
willing to apply ;o "fire them" out of the
country, is perhaps susceptible of expla
nation, but at this distance has not the ap
pearance of bfcing charitable or humane.
Annual Meetiac o! the State Firemen's
Association.
The State Firemen's association assem
bled in annu-.1 meeting at Henderson, on
Tuedsday and Wednesday of this week,
were welcomed by an address from the
mayor, banquatcd by the citizens, and
eleoted the following officers for the ensu
ing year : President, H. J. Jtosenberger,
St. Cloud ; first vice president, George W.
Freeman, St. Paul ; second vice president,
JuliaB A. Colior, [Shakopee ; treasurer, W.
M. Braokett, Minneapolis; statistician,
O.-L. Cutter, Anoka. The annual meeting
of the State Fiz anion's Life association
was also held. The next annual meeting
will be field at St. Cloud, at the oall of the
president.
Turner Hall.
Grand Masquerade of the St. PaulTurnvertin,
Thursday, January 24, 1884. Admission to hall,
one s<erson, $1; to gallery, $1. Reserved seats
I in th • hall, $2. Only masques wiU be admitted
' to the floor.
THE ST. PAUL DAILY GLOBE. FRIDAY MORtflNG, JANUARY 18, 1884.
CITY NOTICE.
Office of the Citt Tbeasubeb, )
St. Paul, Minn., Jan. 17, 1884. J
All persons interested in the assessments fer
The construction, relaying and
repairing of Sidewalks, in the
city of St. Paul, Minnesota, un
der contract of Peter Berkey,
(estimate No. 6,) for term be
ginning April 1, 1883, and
ending November 1, A. D., 1883,
WILL TAKE NOTICE,
that on the 15th day of January, 1884,1 did re
ceive a warrant from the City Comp
troller ef the City ef St. Paul, for the oelloe—
ef the above named assessment.
The nature of this warrant is, that if you
fail to pay the assessment within
THIRTY DATS,
after the first publication of this notice, I shall
report yea and yonr real estate so assessed as
delinquent, and apply to the District Court of
the county of Bamsey, Minnesota, for judgment
against yvur lands, lots, blocks, or parcels there
of so assessed, including interest, costs and ex
penses, and for an order of the Court to sell the
same for the payment thereof.
The following is a list of the supposed owners'
names, a description of the property in front of
which walks have been built, relaid or repaired,
and the amounts assessed against the same,
to-wit:
Aurora AveDue, Nortb siie.
Mackubin & Marshall's Addition to St. Paul.
Suppose^ owner and Am't of
description. Lot. Block. Assm't.
Jeheil Jaggar 16 2 $6 93
B Landroches 17 2 6 46
Frank LeDoux 18 2 6 46
PatDonahue 19 2 6 46
Same 20 2 6 45
MBreen 21 2 6 44
Same 22 2 6 44
Delina Germain 23 2 6 44
JasMackubin 24 2 6 42
Thomas MBreen 25 2 6 42
MBreen 26 2* 6 4T
R P Lewis 27 2 6 42
A H Wirabish 28 2 6 42
Same 29 2 6 42
HLLindsley 80 2 6 42
Herman Debbert 16 1 14 84
HenryBartels 17 1 I4 86
PatDoyle 18 1 14 51
Jewett Norris 19 1 1451
ChasTYanger 20 1 34 29
Louis A Houghton 21 1 14 55
CarlBoldt 22 1 14 29
AGehrke 28 1 14 49
CarlBehr 24 1 14 50
AGerber 25 1 14 80
JohnGehrke 26 1 14 31
Fred Ziemer, (Except W
22% ft) 27 1 8 59
John Zimmer, W 29% ft
of 27 1 10 78
Same.WKof 28 1 7 15
Ellen Shields, E >£ of....28 1 7 16
Same 29 1 14 31
Peter Bastian 80 1 14 81
Valentine's Subdivision "A" St. Paul.
Supposed owner and Am't of
description. Lot. Assm't.
DHValemine 6 $69 96
Same 7 80 11
Lambert & Go's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and Am't of
description. Lot. Block. Assm't.
Laura E Merriam 4 2 $20 50
Same 5 2 20 27
Aurora ayenne Soatli siie.
Mackubin & Marshall's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and Lot. Block. Am't of
description. Assm't
MOrt 1 6 $14 29
B Michel 2 6 14 29
Same 3 6 14 29
Same. 4 6 14 29
Same 5 6 14 29
MCWorkmau 6 6 14 80
Frederick Schupp. 7 6 14 80
Wescott Wilkin 8 6 14 80
HenryGerber 9 6 14 80
FKnauft 10 6 14 80
CarlGehrke 11 6 14 81
Frank Tschauke 12 6 14 81
M Stiegelbauer 18 6 14 82
GeoHeinl 14 6 14 32
JBrand,E>iof 15 6 7 41
Jos Phillips, W X of 15 6 7 48
JNorris 1 5 6 42
Same 2 5 6 42
Same 8 5 6 42
Same 4 5 6 42
FKnauft 5 5 6 42
A G Desparois 6 5 6 42
Joseph lissier 7 5 6 48
Same 8 5 6 48
John Berschen 8 5 6 43
Same 10 5 6 48
Same 11 5 6 45
Same 12 5 6 46
Same 18 5 6 46
Same 14 5 6 46
Same 15 5 6 93
Beanmont street Nortli siie.
Subdivision and Addition to Irvine's Addition
of Out Lo'.s to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and Am't of
description. Lot. Block. Assm't.
PatBrice 10 1 $47 80
EC Birmingham 11 1 14 47
Wilhilmene Weyer 12 1 14 48
NG Rhodes 13 1 14 49
ERIrmacher 14 1 16 29
Barr street, East side,
CoUin's Subdivision of Lots 8 and 9 of Irvine's
Addition of Out Lots to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and Am't of
description. Lot. Assm't
GWDieter 1 $14 47
Same.N^of 2 7 24
Wm AMiUer, SK of...» 2 7 24
Same 3 14 49
BridgetQuinn 4 40 19
Subdivision of, and Addition to Irvine's Addi
tion of Oat Lots to St. Paul.
Supposei owner and Am't of
description. Lot. Block. Assm't.
A Turnbull, S'ly 15 ft of.. 5 5 $5 48
JKilroy,N'ly25ftof.... 5 5 9 05
Same 4 5 14 49
Same, S'ly 15 ft of 3 5 5 48
M Mullane, N'ly 25 ft of.. 3 5 9 06
Sams 2 5 14 49
M Mullane, 8 15 ft of I 5 5 48
Martin Pfaff, N 56 ft of... 1 5 20 27
Charles Weyl 11 2 26 07
F J Johnson 12 2 14 47
JasRogan 13 2 14 47
JasFBrown 14 2 14 47
JJHochhaus 15 2 14 48
M AEFuder 16 2 14 49
Same 17 2 14 49
Same 18 2 14 49
Same 19 2 14 50
Same 20 2 14 50
Stinson's Addition to St. Paul.
Sappposed owner and Am't of
description. Lot. Block. Assm't.
CE Mathews 80 14 $1186
Same 27 14 14 47
JohnKing 26 14 14 47
NG Rhodes 23 14 14 47
Same 22 14 14 48
DMFinlayson 19 14 14 49
Same 18 14 14 49
HGreve 15 14 14 49
Theo Sander 14 14 14 49
A Nordin ..11 14 14 49
Same 10 14 14 5>
BenjSwanson 7 14 14 50
James Stinson 6 14 14 75
came 8 14 8 00
CuiTell street, Sontl xiie.
Mackubin & Marshall's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and Am't of
description. Lot. Block. Assm't.
Annie R Schenk 15 20 $14 60
JBFinkhard 14 20 14 62
Same *. 18 20 14 62
J D Bond 12 20 14 64
College mm% South site.
Irvine's Enlargement to Bice & Irvine's Addi
tion to St. PauL
Supposed owner and Am't of
description. Lot. Block. Assm't
8 L Pierce 4 61 $28 07
Mary A E FuRer 3 61 30 31
Same, W'ly 24 ft of 2 61 12 82
J Symonds (except W'ly
24 ft) 2 61 17 67
Geo Reis 1 61 £0 26
Theo Wieman, (S'ly of
College avenu?) 5 58 85 08
Same (Except Eleventh
street) 4 58 46 84
EBTenney (Except Elev- §
enta street) 3 58 29 02
Bazille & Guerin's Addition to St. Paul.
Sapposed owner arc* Am't of
description Lot. Block. Assm't.
John Wauner, W X of...8 8 $8 45
JFVitt,E}£of 8 S 8 47
J E Mueller 7 8 25 54
jas Welsh 6 8 26 89
Peter Bender, E \{ of 5 8 18 53
John Pannam, W X of 5 8 13 54
GeoSchraum, W>£of....4 8 18 55
M Schmitz, E }£ of 4 3 18 57
MBreen, N5-6of 8 8 13 75
R A Donahue, lot 6, block 2, Bazille &
Guerin's addition to 8t. Paul, and
strip of land bounded by said lot 6,
College avenue and 8t. Peter street... $40 41
Supposed owner and Am't of
description. Lot. Block. Assm't.
Trustees of tho Congrega
tion of the Sons of JacobS 2 $25 88
Nininger & Whiting 2 2 25 88
Same and same 1 2 2 > 39
Canway Street, H oifh StOe.
Lyman Dayton's Addition to St. Paul.
SaptMsed jwcer -nd Am't of
descrrMij'. Lot. Block Assm't.
Pat Lynch, Jr 7 89 $16 12
Eden Gille 6 89 6 68
Same 5 39 6 58
Dennis O'Halloran 4 89 6 58
Marie Connedy 8 39 6 59
John Mehegan 2 89 6 59
Margaret Leahly 1 89 9 69
Dayton Place Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and Am't of
description Lot. Assm't.
DD Merrill 14 $85 85
bame 18 6 51
Same 12 6 51
Same 11 6 61
Same 10 6 52
JohnKerby 9 6 52
MESanford 8 6 52
Same 7 18 51
Lyman Dayton's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and Am't of
description. Lot. Block. Assm't.
WmZollmann 9 88 $19 70
John MoDermott Sr 8 38 6 58
Board of Educa.ion 7 38 6 53
Same 6 38 6 55
James Toohey 5 88 6 55
RM, Jos. and Geo Bell... 4 88 6 56
Same, same and same, 3 88 6 56
S .me, same and same 2 38 6 57
Same, same and same 1 88 6 57
GBohn 11 87 19 94
CCBergh 10 87 6 51
FredHankey 9 87 6 51
Ernst Boeder 8 37 6 5l
JGBauer 7 87 6 51
Same 6 87 6 51
BF Slater 6 87 0 52
Caroline Horack 4 87 6 52
Henry Horack 8 87 6 52
AJacobson 2 37 6 52
James Stinson 1 87 5 86
Dayton ayenne, Hortii Siie.
Holcombe's Addition to St. Paul,
Supposed owner and Am't of
description. Lot. Block. Assm't.
John Kelliher 17 1 $6 75
Same 16 1 6 91
Same • 15 1 6 91
Same 14 1 6 98
M A Colter 18 1 6 62
Same 12 1 6 58
Same 11 1 6 53
Same 10 1 8 27
Thompson's Subdivision of Blocks 18 and 19,
Moss' Addition of Outlots to St, Paul.
Supposed owner and Am't of
description. Lot, Block. Assm't.
Harvey Officer, et al exrs. 8 1 $ 2 94
Same 7 1 7 89
Same 6 1 7 49
Same 5 1 7 46
MarrO.Brown 4 1 6 58
Same 8 1 6 58
A R Searle 2 1 6 55
Isabel.aC.Searle 1 1 6 65
Woodland Park Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and Am't of
description. Lot, Block. Assm't.
DaTton avenue church....22 1 $27 52
Same 21 1 22 44
Same 201 1 22 44
Ca8perSauer 19 1 22 44
AliceL. Ford 18 1 22 44
R. S.Kennedy 17 1 22 45
Same 16 1 22 45
Chas. B. Gilbert 15 1 24 66
H. Gutsche 14 1 24 66
JamesW.Luek 18 1 22 46
Same 12 1 27 07
Selby, McClung and Van Meter's Addition to
St. Paul.
Supposed owner «cd Am't of
description. Lot. Block. Assm't.
SBMahan ...83 1 $28 35
8ame,E^of 82 1 8 98
SBWebb,W3*°f 32 1 8 99
Same 81 1 17 96
Same 80 1 17 96
MECorning 29 1 17 94
Same 28 1 17 94
Elda J Sherbrook 27 1 18 38
LJRamohr 26 1 18 38
Carrie W Russell 28 1 18 fc'O
HC James 22 1 18 60
Same 21 1 18 59
Same 20 % I 18 58
Bame 18 1 16 47
Eigntli street, Nortli side.
Hoyt's Addition to St. Paul.
Sapposed owner and Am't of
description. Lot. Block. Assm't.
A H Cavender 4 6 $26 91
Robert & RandaU's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and Am't of
description. Lot. Block. Assm't.
Constantine Robarge 3 18 $ 28 50
R Hives 4 13 30 50
Same 5 13 30 55
CRGoddard 6 18 80 58
Same 1 13 80 59
WmRMerriam 8 18 25 40
Eutbtb street, Santb siie.
Robert & RandaU's Addition to 8t. Paul.
Supposed owner and Am't of
description Lot. Block. Assm't.
MaryMuUigan. (N of
Guerin's fine and W of
Randall's line) 6 20 $18 81
W. F. Davidson. (E of
Randall's line) 6 20 $8 84
Same 5 20 $27 79
C.Woolworth 4 20 $27 79
Fauauier street, Sontl siie,
Terry's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner aud Am't of
description Lot. Block Assm't
Wm.Starkey 4 12 $^ 20
D. F. GetcheU 5 12 $8 20
Wm. Dawson and R. A.
Smith. E3*of...6 12 $4 04
Fitteentli street, Soti. siie.
Tinker's Addition to St. PauL
Supposed owner and Am't of
description. Lot. Block. Assm't
Henry Bourohier (Except
street) 28 1 $14 58
M. B. Hazenwinkle (except
street) 29 1 14 58
Same (except street) 80 1 14 58
Same (except street) W 17 ft
of,. 81 1 6 19
Tinker's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and Am't r>f
description. Lot. Block. Assm't.
Mary W Kemp, (except
street) E 23 feet of 81 1 8 88
Same (except street) .. ..82 1 14 58
Same 88 I 14 68
BHuxtable 8 1 14 58
Same 9 1 14 59
Ely's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and Am't of
description Lot. Elock. Assm't
HE Deathe 15 I $ 13 10
D D MerrillW #of.... .14 1 8 78
J C Morrison N % of E %
of ••" 14 1 11 28
Same N X ot 13 1 15 06
Same (except Canada street|
N^of 12 1 1145
LouisaHill 10 1 14 66
Same.... 9 1 14 66
Same 8 1 14 66
Same 7 1 16 71
William Tror 1 1 50 99
Fonrtli street, Nortli side.
Lyman Dayton's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and Am't it
description. Lot. Block. Asm't. ,
James Dillon 1 28 124 87 ,
Alex Adams, et al 2 28 25 SI
Same 8 28 25 89
flame 4 28 27 _5
John Wagener 5 28 28 89 |
JM.Keller 6 28 20 64 |
John Wagener 7 28 16 95 |
Same. That miec^llaseons piece f land j
in St. Haul, Minnesota, bounded as fol- |
lows: N'ly by the south lino of lots 9,
10 and 14, of block 28, Lyman Day
ton's addi ion to St. Paul, produced
W'ly; E'ly by eaid block 28; S'ly by
the south line of said block 28, pro- <
duced W'ly; and on the W by land of |
the St. Paul & Duluth Bailroad Co.... $29 20 ,
Kittson's Addition to St. Paul.
Sapposed owner and Am't of
description. Lot. Block. Asam't.
JuliaMoffitt 5 52 $44 92
W Wilkin and 8 Coleman. 6 52 40 24
WmLindeke 7 52 82 42
Same 8 52 6 15
E Dunn 8 51 35 41
Same 7 51 85 74
W Wilkin and S Coleman. 6 51 40 82
JuliaMomtt 5 51 40 82
Same 8 50 88 24
Smith&Lewis 7 50 89 89
E O Wheeler and C E
Dickerman 6 50 39 89
AR'.apehart 5 50 89 Hi
RPLewis 8 49 36 63
CHSchnittger 7 49 85 19
DRNoyes, etal 6 49 84 82
Same 5 49 • 34 38
D J Hennessy 6 48 84 6!
P Pasey 5 48 83 78
StPaulGasCo 8 47 6l 3d
Same 7 47 59 57
Same 6 47 59 57
Same 5 47 59 57
Tand J Kinney 8 "6 3183
Same and same 7 46 SO 42
>'ame and same 6 46 SO 4'2
A Brown 8 45 fi'2 53
WC Thompson 7 45 45 19
EGood 6 45 S'i 12
Same 5 45 o4 85
Granite street Norm side,
Edmund Rice's Second Addition to 6* Paul.
Supposed owner and Am't of
description. Lot. Block. Assort.
Thos Greeley, W J£ of....13 8 *32 o5
V Cerson, E % of 13 8 82 66
Jacob W Sowdere 14 3 22 44
PatKenrey 15 3 22 77
Wm McCabe 16 8 26 6
Same 17 8 26 54
Daniel McEvoy, E 98 ft of .21 8 4'J a I
R Moore, W 5'2 ft of 21 3 lb 28
Board of Education 18 2 68 23
SStewart 14 2 ' 2198
Same 15 2 22 42
AMRice 16 2 J2 29
Henry Meier 17 2 25 40
JStapel 18 2 25 41)
AMRice 19 2 '24 89
Same 11 1 2i 57
Wm Powers 12 1 2199
H Fortmeyer 18 1 2199
CSalvas 14 1 21 9J
AMRice 15 1 23 38
Same 16 1 25 5>
ADahlgren 17 ,. '24 64
PQuinlin 20 1 67 8i>
Granite street. SontH siie
Edmund Rice's Second Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and Am't o'
description. Lot. Block. Assm't.
Emily C Lambert. 8 4 $22 4*
Same 7 4 22 48
r 8 Benson 6 4 22 48
A Charbtnneau 5 4 22 48
A Desmarais 4 4 .5 16
Ruth Rengstorff 3 4 25 25
Geo Decker 2 4 22 51
Chas McDevitt 1 4 22 51
E8 Lightbourn 2 5 60 Oi
J I Bensoi. (except S'ly 12
ft) 1 5 41 2rf
ESBeck 12 6 108 iO
H Schulke 11 6 22 44
E Fehr 10 6 22 44
JEHolger 9 6 28 27
HKraus 8 6 24 64
EGienther 7 6 24 65
Elias Fehr 6 6 22 45
PaulALavaUes 5 6 22 46
ERice, Jr 4 6 22 46
P A Lavallee, N X of 1 6 68 9 i
Hotim ayenne, West siie.
Lyman Dayton's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and A-r.'t of
description. Lot. Block. Assm't.
AllieHewitt, E 50 ft of... 1 81 $46 17
MO'Laughlin 22 81 46 17
A Meyer I 27 50 07
James Middleton 25 27 50 08
Pennock Pueey 1 17 68 87
Frances Corning 20 17 68 87
Munch's Subdivision of block 15, of Lyman
Dayton's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and Am't of
description. Lot. Assm't.
JH Schurmeier 9 $56 79
IMEssery 8 9 05
HABienhoff 6 2 5i
J H Schurmeier 5 21 24
Bame 4 21 21
Wm O'Connor 3 2125
Same 2 21 25
Same 1 21 40
Kittson street, West siie.
Kittson's addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and Am't of
description. Lot. Block. Asam't.
AEBraden 1 35 $60 ail
H H Fuller and Fred Rich
ter 8 35 60 83
Tand J Kinney 1 33 6144
Urs Borer 8 38 6144
Bohn Manufacturing Co... 1 51 64 0t>
E Dnnn 8 51 67 6'J
Lafayette ayenne,
Bass' Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and Am't of
description. Lot. Block. Assm't.
LMFogg 5 8 $15 34
Martin Street Nortli Siie.
A G Fuller's Addition to St Paul.
Sapposed owner and Am't of
description. Lot. Block. Assm't.
JohnPigott 4 6 $17 51
RHazzard 5 6 17 05
F Peloguini 6 6 17 06
Lavinia Norrish 7 6 17 C6
EFGNeimann 8 6 17 07
HGreve 9 6 17 07
Monks and Ghio. That miscellaneous
piece of land in St. Paul, Minn., de
scribed as follows: Commencing at 8
E corner of lot 19, block 5, A G Ful
ler's addition to St, Paul; thence E
25 feet, thence 8 to Martin street,
thence W along Martin street 209.22
feet; thence N to an intersection
with S line of said lot 19, if produced
W'ly; thence E'ly to beginning $82 71
Drake & Dewey's Addition to Bt. PauL
" Sapposed owner and Am't of
description. Lot. Block. Assm't.
C H Anderson 18 4 $15 71
( CM Anderson 17 4 16 62
Michael J O'Connor 16 4 16 62
jl-ttie Snow 15 4 18 40
1 Austin C Miller 14 4 18 4')
1 Same 13 4 16 62
Frank P Carrier. 12 4 16 60
Same 11 4 15 71
Dewer, Drake & Pence's Addition to St.
Paol.
Supposed owner and Am't of
description. Lot. Block. Assm't.
John Kerwin and F A Sey
mour , 1 3 $16 84
Same and same 2 8 18 39
Same and same 3 8 18 40
J W Pence 4 8 18 40
Same 5 8 18 41
Same 6 8 16 85
Elfelt, Bemkeuser & Arnold's Addition to St.
Paul.
Sapposed owner and Am't of
description. Lot. Block. Assm't.
L«uis Jordon 11 9 $22 44
NMWeido 12 9 22 44
J 8 Pomeroy 18 9 22 44
J W Reynolds 14 9 29 63
MPRyan 15 9 22 44
IBernheimer 16 9 22 44
'ame 17 9 22 44
Same 18 9 22 4
Same 19 9 22 44
Same 20 9 22 44
Same 7 8 22 45 I
Same 8 8 22 46
Jos Affalter 9 8 22 46 '
Aug Bnrkholz 10 8 22 46 I
AFManke 11 8 22 47 I
Same 12 8 22 47
Charlotte Richter 7 7 22 44
B B Plechner 8 7 22 44
J 8 P-meroy 9 7 22 44
JohnEagan 10 7 22 45
Jas McClure 11 7 22 46
Same 12 7 22 46 !
Martin street Son'h Siie,
A. G. Fuller's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and Am't of
description. Lot. Block. Assm't.
BMichel 10 2 $85 92
John Bryant 9 2 17 94
JNGobel 8 2 17 96
J R Dillon 7 2 17 97
EG Hamilton 8 4 29 68
Monks and Ghio. That piece of land in
St. Panl, Minn., des:rioed as follows,
to wit: commencing at NW corner of
block 2, A tr FuUer's addition to St.
Paul; thence W to NE comer of
block 4, said addition; thence 8 to SE
corner of said block 4; thence E to
BW corner of block 3, said addition;
thence N to beginning $93 94
Dewoy, Drake and Pence's Addition to St.
Paul.
£ apposed owner and Am't of
description. Lot. Block. Assm't.
Helen W Averill 1 1 $15 88
Chaa Schmidt 2 1 16 76
iidgiirC Bowen 8 1 16 78
Same 4 1 16 84
J W Pence 5 1 16 34
Same 6 1 16 78
Same 7 1 16 79
Same 8 1 15 88
CE Dewey 1 2 16 64
Same 2 2 18 20
-nme 8 2 18 21
John Mulvebill 4 2
Hame 5 2 18 28
Same - 6 2
Elfelt, Berjheimer &, Arnold's Addition t;> St.
Paul.
Sapposed owner and Am't of
description. Lot. Block. Ass.n't.
JohnCaapier 10 10 $22 44
GWFerttg 9 H> 22 44
8 I Eifelt 8 10 22 44
Same 7 10 29 03
Same 6 ,0 22 44
Nellie MWeide 5 10 22 44
Same 4 10 22 44
IBernheimer 8 10 22 46
Same 2 10 22 46
Same 1 10 2ld 46
Same 6 U 22 46
Same 5 11 22 46
Katherine Meier 4 11 22 45
H. nry Johnson 8 if 22 44
I Bernheimer 2 11 22 44
Englebert Bentle 1 11 22 44
8 C Elfelt 6 12 22 44
ame 5 U 22 44
Same 4 12 22 44
Hame 8 12 22 45
Same 2 12 22 46
Same 1 2 22 46
SeMto street. Situ siie.
Terry's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and Am't of
description Lot. Blook. A»sm't.
August Kempien 12 7 $H 91
Same 11 7 '5 64
Same 10 7 24 76
UBaasen 9 7 24 76
Wm Dawson and R A
Smith 8 7 24 77
John Dougan 7 7 24 77
CMichand 6 7 24 77
Edward Payette 5 7 2a 42
Ernst Heilenreich 4 7 25 74
Wm Dawson and R A
8mith 3 7 27 72
Geo Duchai.e 2 7 25 88
John Bittrich 12 4 14 77
Jacob Albresch 11 4 24 61
John Fla-ner 10 4 24 61
WmRink 9 4 24 62
Wm Dawson and R A
Smith 8 4 25 11
Walter McFarUnd 7 4 25 18
Samo 6 4 25 01
ECMcFarland 5 4 24 63
Chas U Stewart 4 4 24 64
Same 8 4 24 64
StenErikson 2 4 25 38
Wm Dawson and R A
Smith 1 4 23 88
West Seytnth street, West siie,
Clarke's Addition to St Paul.
Supposed owner and Am't of
descrmtion. Lot. Block. Assm't.
LDHanse" 10 5 $85 92
J H Thein and J W Jans
sen 11 5 17 94
Same and same It 5 17 J4
Jos Brown 13 5 17 96
Same 14 5 17 97
TMrd street. Nortli siie,
Rice & Irvine's Addition to St. Paul.
Sapposed owner and Am't of
description. Lot. Block. Assm't.
J Simpson 5 54 $37 78
Same. Part W'ly of line be
tween lots 4 and 5, pro- _
duced to Third *t, of.... 6 54 7 20
Alex Ramsey. Part E'ly
of line between lots 4
and 5, produced to Third
st,of 6 54 45 24
J W Bradshaw and Lucy W
Guild 7 54 44 68
JohnKohl 8 54 83 68
Irvine's Enlargement to Rice & Irvine's Addi
tion to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and Am't of
description. Lot. Block. Assm't.
N Hardy (except Fifth st). 6 62 $86 70
N Schrantz (except rifth
st) 7 62 86 92
J and N Hardy (S'ly of
Fifthst) 8 62 35 78
L E Montgomery (S'ly of
Fifthst) 9 62 1 29
Tilton street, Nortli siie.
Simpson's Addition to St, Paul.
Supposed owner and Am't of
description. Lo-. Asuni't.
M LBowen 18 $41 69
C Bryant 1* *0 5j
JWCramsie 17 20 50
Bnt man's Addition to Bt. Paul.
Supposed owner and Am't of
description. Lot. Block. Assm't.
J W Cranwie 5 4 >lo 40
Same. W 2 ft of 4 4 94
Hays Hamilton (fcxeept W
*») 4 4 17 81
R Schcoor 8 4 17 95
Wm Dunlap 2 1 !7 98
Libere Dtutfl 1 4 17 78
Tilton street, Scnlli site
Sapposed owner and Am't of
description. Assm't.
German Lutheran Trinity Church. C >m
mencing at a point on W'ly line of Wa
bashaw str.et, 15» ft N'ly from NW
corner of Wabasha w at:d Ijjlehart
streets; thence SW'Jy parallel with
Iglehart strew; 149 e-5-lOO ft; thence
NW'ly alon>j Baaille's W line 119 14
100 ft to Tilton street; thence E'ly
a'ong Tilton street 164 46-100 ft to
Wabashaw street; thence 8'ly to begin
ain* $73 87
Batman's Addition to 8t. Paul.
Supposed owner and Am't of
description. Lot. Block. Assm't.
E P Herton 10 8 $17 18
F Luhrson 9 8 17 88
8ame 8 8 14 21
M Brass 7 8 16 86
Fred Maid 6 8 12 97
Simpson's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owrer and Am't of
description. Lot. Assm't.
JH Simpson 12 $20 25
8ame 9 20 21
Same 8 41 07
VirfiiBiaaYenne, East side.
Dayton & Irvine's Addition to St. Paul.
Sapposed ownerand Am't of
description. Lot. Block. Assm't.
JIF Kennedy 5 81 $44 22
Wistern ayenne, East side.
Dayton &, Irvine's Addition to St Paul.
Supposed owner and Am't of
description. Lot. Block. Assm't.
,HAStrehune 5 78 $4193
J W Hicks & J Owens 12 75 •/ 6 94
FWBraden )1 75 26 94
J J Lawless 10 75 26 94
CL Norton 9 75 28 94
Same 8 7i 26 94
J A Wood 7 75 2; 94
EBAlexandor 26 74 27 88
Same 25 74 27 89
Western ayenne, ¥est side.
Kern's Addition to St. Paul.
Sapposed owner and Am't of
description. Lot. Block. Assm't.
J BMcIlrath (except N 16
ft) 80 2 *45 36
Woodland Park Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and Am't of
description Lot. Block. Assm't.
II H and :i B Hart, S X of 22 12 $29 29
CELee, N of 22 12 M.N
Willitms street, Mb Side.
Do Bow, Snith, Bisque & Williams' Addition
to St. Paul.
«ed owner and Am't of
description. L >t. B'o
Tho* Sheody 21 6 fA vG
Williams stree 1, Soatli Side.
Do Bow, Smith, Bisque .1c Williams? Addition
to St. Paul.
Sapposed owner and Am't »t
description. Lot. Block. Assm't.
FAlthen 7 2 $60 95
J. P. Horrigan, N'ly 48>£
ft of 8 2 15 04
AU in the citv of St. Paul, county of Ramsey
and state of Minnesota.
17-22 GEOHGE KEIS, City Treasurer.
CITY NOTICE.
Office of the City Tbeascbeb, )
8t. Paul, Minn., Jan. 7,1884* J
AU persons interested in the assessments for
Grading View street, from Ran
dolph street to Seventh street.
Grading Cedar street, from
TweLfth street, to Bluff street.
Grading Exchange street, from
Sherman street to Eagle street.
Grading alley in block 30, Bice
and & Irvine's Addition, be**
tweon Elm and Sherman
streets.
Partialigrading of Pleasant ave
nue, from Bamsey street to
south city limits.
Grading Sherman street, from
Port street, (now Seventh) to
edge of bluff, at or near the
right of way of the Chicago,
Milwaukee & St. Paul Bailroad
company, and for
Planting and protecting shade
and ornamental trees on both
sides of Como avenue, from
Bice street, to|lot 8, Como Vil
las.
WILL TAKE NOTICE
that on the 5th day of January, 1884, I di3
receive different warrants from the City Comp
troller of the City of St. Paul, for the col
lection of the above named asserismerjts.
The nature of these warrants is, that if you fail
to pay the assessment within
THIETY DAYS
after the first publication of this notice, I shall
report you and your real estate so assessed as
deiinduent, and apply to the District Court '•*
the county of Ramsey, ML inp" ->ta, for judgment
aaairiHt your lands, lots, block or parcels there
of bo assessed, including inte ■«»6t, cost and ex
penses, and for an order of the kmrt to sell ths
same for the payment thoreof.
8-18 GEORGE REI8, City Treasurer
SAUK CENTER ACADEMY,
AND
Commercial Institute,
This institution is the "Grove Lake Academj
of Individual Instruction," which by a libera!
bonus of land and money by the people of Ssna
Center is now located on the banks of Sauk lake,
one and a half miles from the village. Ths
school will enter on its seventh ye and resume
business on Monday, September 8 Thie school
has been a complete success, an has .given to
its patrons entire satisfaction. Mo -'-nsoa.
Pupils recite alone in private room Befemoo*
to the business and professions men of
Center. ItwiU pay parents who have sons
' educate from horns to send for oular and rules
: ot this institution. We have mpie acooauno
dation^foreighty (80) coirder*
{ THE PRINCIPAL.
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