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THE COURTS.
Supreme Court.
Hobart 0. Hatnlin, appellant, vs. Barthol-
omew Wistar, respondent.
Syllabus—To make oat an agreement
for the sale and conveyance of real estate
sufficient to entitle to (specific perman&ace
it must appear that there was a ''clear »*
--cession on both f-idea to one end, the same
get of term*."
Order £ustaiuing demurrer affirmed.
BEEIiY, J.
Samuel S. Sloan, appellant, V 3. George L.
Becker and Stssnnah J. Beeker, re
spondents.
Syllabus—i Mr was an action triable by
the court, some of the issues in which were
submitted to a jnry in the form of specific
-questions. An affirmative answer to the
first of thoss questions was essential to
plaintiff's right of recovery. The parties
vent to trial before the jury upon the
■question* submitted. Held, that if at tho
■close of plaintiff',) c*»e there was bo evi
dence in the oa»a sufficient to warrant the
jury in finding en affirmative aaswer to the
first questioa submitted, the court might
then hare properly di«snis»ed the action
ander section 262, chapter GO, general stat
utes of 1878. Held, also, that in this in
stance the ection was improperly dis
missed at the close of the plaintiff's ca«e,
because a certain deed which tho trial
court deemed conclusive against an affirm
ative answer to such question wan net con
clusive, 1 it notwithstanding such deed tke
question . -'named fairly open for the jury
upon all l • evidence of the case.
The orde .lenjing the motion to vacate
the dismissal and fora new trial is re
vere Bbbby, J.
Mary Savag?, respondent, vs. The Chicago,
Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway company,
appellant.
Syllr.bus—Where a railroad corporation
had inclosed its lice of road with a barbed
wire fence except a gateway into plaintiff's
field, which it bud negligently left open
and through which plaintiff's horses escap
ed within its right of way, where they were
suddenly frightened by an approaching
oar and were thereby caused to run vio
lently against the adjoining railroad fence
and wers seriously injured thereby. Held,
that the question of defendant's liability
was proporly left to the jury upon the evi
dence, and that ih^ negligence of the com
pany in leaving open the fence, might
tinder the oironmttanees in connection with
the acts of its servants in operating the
road be deemed the proximate cause of
the injury.
Order affirmed. Vandeebubgh, J.
JNels Larson, respondent, vs. Henry
Schmaus, appellant.
Syllabus—Where the plaintiff in an ac
tion has fully performed an express con
tract on his part he may state his causa
of action for a balance due him sub
stantially in* form of the indebilatus as
sumpsit court under the old practice. Or
der affirmed. Vandeebubgii, J.
:
W. H. Guio'i, of tiro Famous Steamship
Line, -S'alkisuu A«BJ«rntu«rKt— Caught in
the Whirlpool of Wall Street— JLiabil
tiee Ovur 3 wo ?Ailhma.
New Ycrk, Jan. 19. —Win. H. GnioD, of
the late firm of Williams & Guioti, has
made an asaJgiuaeaii for the benefit of his
individual crcdi'ors- The firm of William*
& Guiou wfts dissolved iv coneeqaence of
the embarrassment of Wm. H. Gnion.
Guioij'rt liabilities ere rumored to be
$2,000,000. The K^ignment was made to
A very T. Bb.coj? . The failure results sole
ly from ou<si3« op9r>ih"on3. The credit of |
the firm of VVil!i;-.ius & Gaion will not b» !
impaired, hk it hus been known for some j
time that bis interest in the steamships j
and other assets were largely withdrawn. ;
Guioi's trouble* concern only himself, ]
The firm of Williams & Guion are not at
all affected by the assignment. A. T.
Bacon, aewgm:e, said: Guion has made a
clean assignment, without preferences. l
I can form no idea of the liabilities, but I
do not believe thftt they will reach 2,000,
--•000. or half of i!,. As to the assets, no
body can eve approximate them. Ido
not know tba: Goion is insolvent. He thinks
he is, and asked me to be his assignee, so
which I agreed I Joa't know the cause of j
the trouble. I hays heard that Guion has ;
been too goi d hearted in lending money to
his friends. ; I know him \o be an extra
ordinarily larg* h arted man and unable to
say "no" to some people, and bo it is pos
sible he has made" some bad debts
in that w j The company
cannot possibly be hurt, as Williams &
Gnion are only agents. I think that i
Guion had n-> inter iv any of the seven I
ships of the Line He may h*ye had some !
stock in the company. I don't believo he
has been Bpeculai ..: I shall begin Mon
day to prepare a schedule, when it is com
pleted we can tell exactly. The firra of ;
Williams & Guion was dissolved by ma^n»l j
consent on Friday. The new firm is under :
the name of Gaion & Co., comprisiajr ]
Stephen P. Gaion, his younger brother,
Wm. H. Guion, whose residence is in Eng
land, and Win. H. Gnion, Jr. who will
represent the company in this city here
after. Several judgments have been re
corded recently in the office of the county i
clerk against Guion. A suit is now
pending in the supreme court brought by
Duncan Sniffen, as a stockholder in
the Stiingfellow Gold Mining company,
on behalf of hinjself and others who may
join him in an action against Wm. H.
Guion and others, as trustees of the com
pany for an accounting. The company
was organized in thia city in October,
1879, with a capital of $2,500,000. It is
alleged that Guion, in connection with the
other trustees of the company, gave the
whole capital stook in exchange for min
ing property, and subsequently got it back
and placed it on the market as full paid
capital stock, and 'hat afterwards they di
vided it among themselves as individuals.
This action is drought to compel the de
fendants to account for the capital stook.
MRS. ASI'UB'S PARTY.
One of the Most Brilliant Sociai Events of
the Season to be Given on Wednesday
Evening—Princely Preparations.
(Special i'eiegram to the Globe. |
New York, Jan- 20. —The invitatioua for
Mrs. Wm. Astor's ball, which comes off on Mon
day evening, have ba^n nost eagerly s<'ught
after, and, while many ladios in the city have
been remembered, not aft w are vory much dis
appointed. One thousand invitations have
been sent out. The preparations aro complete.
A wide awnir.g will lend from the curbstone to
ths door, from which the gu.ets will pass
along the marble hail caiching glimps«e
of brilliaLtlj lighted drawing rooms on either
side; thence up the stairway, also of white mar
ble trimmed with darß green leaves, to the ele
gant dressing rooms. The picture gallery is to
be ornamented wit li great pnlm and India rub
ber trees, a scieMi of which will hide the musi
cians, isupper will begin at 12 o'clock, and will
be 6erved in the long dining room, the table be
ing placed leigthwise at one end of
the room. It will, it is believed,
be one of the handsomest supptrs
ever served in New York. In the center
will be an oval plateau of glass and silver, on
which will stand a great silver bowl filled with
flowers. On either 6ide of this will be a high
silver cand^lal-'ra filled with lighted candles,
with daintily colored sh*des. Tha plates and
the dishes used will be of the celebrated 9olid
silver awvice. The german will begin immed
iately after supper, previous to which
round dance? will hold fall
fiway. Mr. Lispena-d Stewart will the
dancing with Miss Carrie As tor. The favors
have been arranged by Tiffany, and are extreme--
PY/EMIA
Is the most virulent form of blood-poison
ing. Le«» speedily fatal, but not less ccr
famlv so, is the vitiation of the ]>',;'■ I of
which Hie first symptoms arc Pimples,
■Sties, Boils, sod Cutaneous Erup
tions. When tisetuint of Scrofula pives
warninjof its presence by such indications*,
no time should be lost in using Axf.u'h
SarsaparjliLA, the only perfect and reli
able medicine for the purification of the
blood.
SCROFULA
Is a foul corruption in Ihe blood that rots
out -ill the machinery of life. Kothing
will eradicate it from the system ami pre
vent if» transmission to ofispring but
A run 1 SAnsXVAIIIJ.hA. This repara
tion is also the only one that will cleans
the blood of Mercurial poison ami the
taint of Contagious Diseases. Impover
ish d blood is productive of
AN/EHIA,
J
A wretched condition indicated by Pallid
Skin, Flaccid Muscles, Shattered
ie res, and Melancholy. Its first
symptoms are Weakness, Languor,
Loss of Nerrc Force, and Mental De
jection. Its course, unchecked, leads
inevitably to insanity or death. Women
frequently sutler from it. The only medi
cine that, while purifying the blood, en
richos it with new vitality, and invigorates
the whole system, is
Ayer's Sarsaparifia,
PHEPARBD BY Ti
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, 7f?aas.
Sold by all druggists: Trice • i;
six bottles for 55.
ly pretty. Those for the ladips include brace
lets of silver in a variety of designs, some in
antique style with pendant medallions, some
representing chains of bright silver beads and
plain bands. For the gentlemen, among other
thiugs, are ecarf pins of oxidized silver repre
senting a claw and holding black p«wla.
All of tli»se are tied with large patir.
ribbon bows of gay colors, on the end of which
appear in 6ilver letters to match the favor the
date, January, 21, 1684.
Among the guests expected are Secretary and
Mrs. Frelinghuysen, Attorney General and B*rn.
Benjamin Harris Brewetor, Baron Fava, th#
Italian minister, Mr. We»t, the minister from
England, Mr. Comw »llis West, Prince Piasey,
of Germany, Count Haiieaoourt, of Vienna, Mr.
and Mrs. Bradley Martin, Mr. and Mrs. Cole
man Drayton, Secretary and Mrs. tflaine, Mr.
and Mrs. Geo. Jones, Mr. Ward McAllister,
Miss McAllister, Mr. and Mr 3. W. K. Vander
bilt.
iMtieshoro, Rochetter & St. Paul Railromd
Articles of incorporation w«re filed with
the secretary of state jesterdsy by the
Lanesboro, Rochester & St. Paul Railroad
company, for snrveying, locating, owning,
constructing, maintaining and operating a
railroad and telegraph line or lines, with
necessary depots, stations, warohou36B,
construction and repair shops, side tracks,
Bwitches, arid other necessary appurte
nances, from a point on the lowa state
line, in the county of Fiilmore, running in
a northerly directisn by the way of Lanes
boro and Rochester, and terminating in
the ciiy of St. Pan].
The principal place of basmess is to be
the village of Lanesboro and the time of
its commencement Feb. 2,, 1884, for a
continuance of fifty years. The capital
stock is placed at $1,000,000 divided inio
10,000 shares of $100 »ach. Fire per cent,
of the whole of this stock is to be paid
down when the shares are enbscribed for,
and the balance in assessments as called
for by the directors. The high«sfc
amount of indebtedness U limited to $1,
--000,000. The inoorporators are: 0. G.
Wail, M. Soanlon,S. A. NelsoD,E. R. Green,
James Thompson, H. Christopherson, M.
V. Bean, E. S. Nelson, C.
G. Krogstadt, Louis Miller, H. J. Cook,
Ole Iverson, Edward Johnson, Thomas
Thompson, Daniel O'Brien, Wm. B. And
erson, E. W. Rath, Dennis Galligan, and
B. A. Man, ail of L*nesboro.
The first board or directors are O. J.
Wail, M. ScanJon, S. A. Nelson, R. R.
Green, James Thompson, H. Christopher
boh, M. V. Bean, C. O. Grogstadt aad Ole
Iverson.
POPE TO CARDINAL.
Tfci' Greetings of Pop* Leo t* Cardinal Mc-
Clottky on the Occasion of Hit Golden Ju
bilee.
[Special Telegram to the Globe.J
NewYokk, Jan. 20.—Leo XIII sent an auto
graph letter of congratulation to Cardinal M»-
Clopky, intending to have it reach the cardinal
on hia golden jubilee, the fiftieth anniversary of
his ordination as a priest. It was also hoped
that au accompanying gift from the pope, a
golden ckalioe, would be received at the same
time. Both testimonials were intrusted to a
bishop who tooK part in the council of the
American bishops recently held in Rome. The
bishop mailed the letter retaining the chalice to
b-i delivered in person to the cardinal. The let
ter was received by the cardinal to-day. It is in
L»tin, and is ornamented with the impression of
the signet of the pope and the arms of the papal
see. A translation of the letter ie as follows:
To our beloved son, John McClosky, cardinal
priest of the holy iioman Catholic church of
the title of Sanota Maria, supra Minervam,
archbishop of New York:
Celuvod bon: Health and apostolic benedic
tion . We have heard with great pleasure that
you r.re soon to celebrate in your metropolitan
city the golden jubilee o£ the aay whrn you as
sumed the holy order of the priesthood, and for
the firet time offered to Gcd the holy sacrifice
fifty years ago. We therefore tender you, be
loved pon, our heartfelt congratulations on
liaving been blessed with such lergth of years in
the service of the altar, and we
re 4 oicc exceedingly that this rare privilege re
ceives additional lustre from a life of priestly
virtue ar d of merit acquired in the discharge of
the duties of the Episcopal office. Wherefore,
follovriDg the promptings of our affection for
you, we bi<t this letter bear to you tin your
golden anniversary our best wishes and felicita
tions, and we pray that our Lord, who is wont
t» reward generous y his faithful servants, may
long preserve you and pour out upon
you the fullness of his heavenly
graces and blessings. We gladly
avail ourselves of this opportunity to
expreas to you, beloved son, and to your clerey
and faithful people, our deep sense of gratitude
lor your liberal offerings recently made in aid
of this apostolic see, and we beg of God to be
stow on you and all the pious donors in return
tht> gifts of his bounty, and that he may merci
fully grant i.o all who sow in blessings to ra^p
b- nediction. 3Say our apostolic benediction,
w inn we most affectionately in the
L>rd impart to you, beloved son,
"and the clergy and faithful over whom your are
placpd ba a pledge of divine grace, as it is a
mark or your especial favor.
Given at St. Peter's, Rome, the 28th day of
1 i*>c«mber, 188';, in the sixth year of our pon
tifical. [Signed.l .leoXiu.
A cow boy at Big Springs, Texas, getting
worsted in a saloon by one of the proprietors in
a rough and tumble fight, went outside, and
began firiug promiscuously at the front of the
saioxm, wounding Charles Little, who was stand
ing near the dour. The sheriff was present, but
trie murderer escaped.
The necessity for
prompt and efficient
household remedies
is daily growing
more imperative,
and of these Hos
tetter's Stomach
Bitters is the chief
in merit and the
most popular. Ir
regularity of the
biomach and bew
els, malarial fevers,
liver complaint, de
bility, rheumatism
an d minor ailments,
are thoroughly con
quered by this in
comparable family
restorative and me-
If ** CELEBRATED ■_ M^
&i-.^ STOMACH^ '
d ciual safeguard, and it is justly regarded as
the j/ureet and most comprehensive remedy of
its clftFs. For sale bj all druggists and dealers
generally.
THE ST. PAUL DAILY ttLOBB, MONDAY itOBJCiaG, JANUARY 21.1884.
CITY NOTICE.
>' Of7icj or ma Cm Tbeasubteb, )
St. Paul, Minn., Jan. 17,1884. )
All persons interested in the assessments for
The construction, relaying and
repairing of Sidewalks, in the
city of St. Paul, Minnesota, un
der contract of Peter Eerkey,
(estimate No. 6,) for term be
ginning April 1, ISS3, and
ending November 1, A. D. t 1883,
WILL TAKE NOTICE,
that on the loth day of January, 1854,1 did re
ceive a warrant from the City Comp
troller «f the City of St. Paul, for the oollMbfc&s
•£ the abova named aesessment.
The nature of 'ins warrant is, that if yon
; fail to pay the assessment within
THIRTY DAYS,
eSter the first publication of this notice, I shall
report yea and your real estate so assessed as
deliaquent, and apply to the District Court at
the county »f Ramsey, Minnesota, for judgment
against your land*, lota, blocks, or parcels there
of bo a«ies«e4, 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 •wners'
uflwes, 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 Ayenue, Kortl side.
Mackubin & Marshall's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and Ain't of
description. Lot. Block. Assm't.
Jeheil Jaggar ....16 2 $6 9.9
B Landroches. 17 2 6 46
Frank LeDoux 18 2 6 46
Pat Donahue 19 2 6 46
Same. 20 2 6 45
MBreen ....21 2 6 44
game 22 2 6 44
Delina Germain.. ...23 2 - 644
JasMackubin ....24 2 m 642
ThomasMßreen 25 2 6 42
M Breen. 36 2 6 42
RPLewis. 27 2 6 43
A H Wimbish 28 2 6 42
Same.... 29 2 6 42
HLLindsley ...80 2 6 42
Herman Debbert 16 1 14 84
Henryßartels ...17 1 I 436
Pat Doyle .18 1 14 51
JewettNorris 19 1 14 51
ChasTYanger 20 1 14 29
Louis A Houghton 21 1 14 55
Carlßoldt 22 1 14 29
AGehrke 23 1 14 49
Carlßehr 24 1 14 50
AGerber 25 1 14 SO
JohnGehrke.. 26 1 14 31
Fred Ziemer, (Except W
29% ft) 27 1 ' 859
John Zimmer, W 29% ft
©f 27 1 10 78
Same, W of -28 1 715
Ellen Shields, E >£ 0f....28 1 7 16
5ame....................29 1 14 81
Peter Bastian .30 1 14 31
Valentine's Subdivision "A" St.- Paul.
Supposed owner and Am't of
description. . Lot. Assm't.
D H Valenane ■. 6 $69 96
Same 7 30 11
Lambert & Co's Addition to St. Paul
Supposed owner and Am't of
description. Lot. Blook. Assm't.
Laura E Merriam 4 2 120 50
Same ; .. 5 2 20 27
Aurora avenue Bon.Hi side.
Mackubin & Marshall's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and Lot, Block. Am't of
description. Aesui' t
MOrt.... 1 6 $14 29
B Michel.... 2 6 14 29
Same..... ....3 6 14 29
5ame.......... ..." 4 6 14 29
Same 5 6 14 29
MC Workman „'.6 6 14 80
Frederick Schupp. 7 6 14 30
Wescott Wilkin .'.'.., 8 '_ 6 14 80
Henry Gerber... 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 81
J Brand, of 15 6 7 41
Jos Phillips, W>s of 15 6 7 48
JNorris 1 5 6 48
Same ..2 5 6 42
Same 8 -5 6 42
Same 4 5 6 42
FKnauft... 5 5 6 42
AGDeeparois ..6 5 6 42
Joseph 'lissier .7 5 6 48
Same 8 5 6 48
Johnßerechen... ....9 5 6 48
Same.. 10 5 6 41
Same U 5 6 45
Same 12 5 6 46
Same ...13 5 6 46
Same .....14 5 6 46
Same 15 5 6 93
Beaumont street Nortli side.
Subdivision and Addition to Irvine's Addition
of Out Lots to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and Am't of
description. Lot. Block. Assm't.
Patßrice.... 10 1 $47 80
ECBirminghim 11 1 14 47
Wilhilmene Weyer 12 1 14 48
Rh0de5......." 13 1 14 49
ER 1rm5cher.......... 14 1 16 29
Burr street, East side.
Collin'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, 0f..... 2 7 24
Wm A Miller, S3* 0f.......... 2 , 724
5ame................... 3 14 49
Bridget Quinn 4 40 19
Subdivision of, and Addition to Irvine's Addi
tion of Out Lots to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and Am't of
description. Lot. Block. Assm't.
A Tumbull, 15 ft of.. 5 5 $5 43
JKilroy, 25 ft 0f.... 5 5 9 05
Same 4 5 14 49
Same, Sly 15 ft of 8 5 5 43
M Mullane, N'ly S5 ft of.. 8 5 906
Sams ................... 2 5 14 49
MMullane, 815 ft of I 5 5 48
Martin Pfaff, N 56 ft 0f... 1 5 20 27
Charles Weyl .....11 2 26 07
FJ Johnson ....12 2 14 47
Jasßogan ....... .......13 2 14 47
8r0wn.... 14 2 14 47
JJHochhaus 15 2 14 48
MAEFuUer .......16 2 14 49
5ame............. 17 8 14 49
Same. ....18 2 1449
5ame......... 19 2 14 50
5ame...... ...... .... ....20 2 , 14 50
Sticson's Addition to St. Paul.
Suppposed owner and Am't of
_■ description. Lot. Block. Assm't.
CE Mathews - 80 14 $1186
5ame....................27 14 14 47
John King...:...........26 14 : 14 47
Rhodes.:..... ...23 14 14 47
5ame....................22 14 14 48
D M Finlayson ...... ....19 14 14 49
5ame....... .........18 14 14 49
H Greve.......!..........15 14 14 49
Tiieo Sander ............14 14 14 49
A N.rdin .........11 14 14 49
5ame...... ...........10 14 14 5
Benj Swanson ............7 ' 14 14 50
James Stineon .....': 6 14 14 75
Same ....8 14 8 00
Carroll street,/ South siie.
Mackubin & Marshall's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and ; Am't of
• . description. ". Lot. Block. Assm't.
Annie R 5chenk......... 15 20 : $14 60
J R Finkhard ..........14 20 14 62
5ame:.;.....;...........18 20 14 62
J: D Bond .;........;...12 ' : 20 :v 14 64
College ayenns, Sonthsiie.
Irvine's EnUrfement to Rice & Irvime's Addi
tion to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and Am't of
description. Lot. Block. Assm't
8 L Pierce .............. 4 tl $28 07
Mary A E Fuller ........ 3 61 ■-■ 80 31
Same, Wly «4 ft of ..... 2 61 12 82
J Symoads (except W'iy
24 ft)................. 2 61 17 67
GeoEeia.. 1 61 30 26
Theo Wieman, (S'iy of
College avenue). ..5 53 S5 08
Same (Except Eleventh
.....-......'.... 4 58 46 84
E B Tenney > (Except Elev
enta^treetj 3 53 29 02
Bazille & Guerin's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner arc* Am't of
description Lot. Block. Assm't.
John Warner, W % 0f...8 3 $8 45
JFVitt,E# 0f......... 8 8 8 47
JE Mue11er..............7 3 25 54
Jan Welsh 6 3 26 39
Peterß«nder,E i^0f.....5 3 13 58
JohnPannam, W}^0f....5 3 13 54
Geo Schraum, WK0f....l 3 13 55
M Schmitß, EK©f.. 4 3 18 57
H Brsea, N 5-6 of.". ..3 3 . 13 75
R A Donahue, lot 6, block 2, Bazille &
Guerin's addition to St. Paul, and
f strip of land bounded by said lot 6,
Collegeavenuo and St. Peter street... $40 41
Supposed owner and Am't *<
description. Lot. Block. Assm't.
Trustees •£ the Congrega
tion of the Sons of Jacob 3 2 $25 88
Nininger * Whiting 2 2 25 33
Same and same ...... 1 2 - 2, 89
Conway Street, North Side.
Lyman Dayton's Addition to St. Paul.
Srrpjxwed jvnxt -nd Am't of
descrUxi-rc. Lot. Block Assoi't.
Pat Lynch, Jr.... 7 89 $16 12
E.ien Gille 6 89 6 58
Same..... 5 S3 6 58
Dennis O'Halloran 4 39 6 58
Mario Connelly 3 39 6 59
John Mehegan 2 89 6 59
Margaret Leahly ..... 1 "89 9G9
Dayton Place Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and Am't of
description Lot. Assm't.
D D Merrill ........14 $85 85
Dame... 13 6 51
Same .......12 6 51
feme. 11 6 61
Same. 10 6 52
JohnK«rby .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 5r..... 8 38 6 53
Board of Eduoa.ion 7 88 6 53
Same 6 38 6 55
James Toohey.. 5 88 6 55
li M, Joe. and Geo 8e11... 4 88 656
Same, same and same, .... 8 88 6 56
me, same and same..... 2 38 6 57
Same, same and same..... 1 88 6 57
GBohn... 11 37 19 94
CCBergh 10 37 6 51
FredHankey..... 9 87 6 51
Ernst Boeder 8 37 ; 6 51
JGBauer .7 37 6 51
Same ..6 37 6 51
51ater........ 6 37 52
Caroline Horack .....4 37 6 52
Henry Horack 8 37 652
AJacobson...... 2 87 ;, 652
JamesStinßon 1 37 5 83
Dayton avenue, -HorUi Side.
Holcombe's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed ownar and Am't of
description. Lot. Block. Assm't.
JohnKolliher 17 1 $6 75
Same 16 1 6 91
5ame....... 15 1 6 91
Same ...14 1 6 93
MA Colter 13 1 6 62
Same 12 1 6 53
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
Seme 7 1 7 89
5ame...... 6 1 7 49
feme 5 1' 7 46
MeryO.Brown 4 1 6 58
Same 3 1 6 53
A R Searle .....2 1 6 55
leabel.aO. Searle 1 1 6 55
Woodland Park Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and Am't of
description. Lot, Block. Assm't.
Darton avenue church....22 1 $27 52
Same ...................21 1 22 44
Same ...L..20 1 2244
Gasper Saner ............19 1 22 44
AlioeL.Ford 18 1. 22 44
R. 5.Kennedy...........17 1 22 45
flame 16 1 22 45
Chas. B. Gilbert 15 1 24 66
H. Gutsche 14 1 24 66
JamesW.Luek.. 13 .1 22 46
Same 12 1 27 07
Selby, McClung and Van Meter's Addition to
St. Paul.
Supposed owner and Am't of
description. Lot. Block. Assm't.
SBMahan 83 1 $28 35
Same, %of 82 1 898
SBWebb.W ......32 1 8 99
Same ...31 1 17 96
Same .............30 1 17 96
MEComing 1......29 1 17 94
Same ".../........'....... 28 2 17 94
Elda JSherbrook. 27 1 18 38
LJRumohr. 26 1 . 18 38
Carrie W Russell. 23 1 18 60
HC James. 22 1 18 60
5ame............... 21 1 18 59
Same..... 20 1 18 58
8ame............ 19 1 16 47
- .EM street, Kortl side.
Hoyt's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and - Am't of
description. Lot. Block. Assm't.
AHCavender ........... 4, 6 $26 94
Robert & Randall's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and Am't of
description. Lot. Block. Assm't.
Constantino Robarge 3 18 $28 50
R Hive 5...;............ 4 13 80 50
Same ................... 5 IS 30 55
CRGoddard 6 18 30 58.
Same .7 13 8059
Merriam..... 8 13 25 40
EMU street, Santli side,
Robert & Randall's Addition to St. Paul.
•'••:. ■ % "■■
Supposed owner and Am't of
i; description Lot. Block. Assm't.
Mary Mulligan. [ N of
Guerin's line and W of |
ij Randall's 1ine)...... 6 20 $18 81
W. F. Davidson. (E of :■•
Randall's 1ine)..... 6 20 $8 84
5ame........;;......-.5 20 $27 79
C.Woolworth ........4 .20 $27 79
Fananier street Soatl side. |
Terry's Addition to St. , Paul.
I Supposed owner and - , .-'■■■ Am't of
S description Lot. Block . Assm't;
Wm.Btarkey ...... 4 12 , $v2O
D. F. Getchell '..;"....5: 12 $8 20
Wm. Dawsonandß. A.
Smith. E}£of... 6 V 12 $4 04
Fifleentn street, South side.
|.j Tinker's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and - .' Am't of
description. .Lot. ' Block. Assm't
Henry Bourchier (Except - r .^
; street)....:.;. V.. 28 :;~'l-: $14 58
M. B. Hazenwinkle (except
5treet);........... ......29 1 14 58
Same except ■ street) ......80 1 14 58
Same (except street) W 17 ft
;,of;;.^!. 81 1 , 619
Tinker's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and Am't of
description. , Lot. Block. Assm't.
Mary W Ke«:p, (except
street) E it to* of 81 1 8 88
Same (except street) .. ..32 1 14 58
5ame......... ...88 I 14 58
RHuxtable.... ....8 1 14 58
5ame.......... ........ 9 i 14 59
Ely's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and - Am't of
description Lot. Block. Assai't
HE Deathe..... 15 I $13 10
D 0 Merrill W #0f.... 14 1 8 76
J C Morrison %of E%
0f........— ...... ....14 1 1128
Same H X of .........: 13 1 15 06
Same (except Canada straetl -
N^of ..................12 1 1145
Louisa Hi 11.."...... ....10 1 14 66
5ame....... .....9 1 14 66
Same.... 8 1 14 65
5ame...... .............. 7 1 16 71
William Troy 1 1 50 99
I Fonrtii strett, Fortli
. Lyman Dayton's Addition to St. Pan!.
Supposed owner and * Am't if
description. Lot. Block. As m't.
James Dillon 1 28 $24 87
Alex Adams, eta 1........ 2 28 25 81
Same..... .. 8 28 25 89
5ame....... .... .4 28 27 25
John Wagener.... ..5 28 28 39
J M. Keller. .6 28 2'J 64
John Wagener...... 7 28 16 95
Same. That miscellaseous pioce < f land
in St. Paul, Minnesota, bounded as fel
lows: N'ly by the south line of lots 9,
10 and 14, of block 28, Lyman Day
ton's addition to St. Paul, produced
W'ly; Ely by said block 23; Sly by ;
f the south line of said block 2S, pro
duced Wly; and on the Wby land of
the St. Paul & Duluth Railroad C 0.... $29 20
Kittson's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and ; Am't of
description. Lot. Block. Assm'c.
JuliaMofiitt 5 52 $44 92
WWilkinandSColeman. «; 52 40 24
WmLindeke 7 52 82 42
Same... 8 52 G '5
V, Dunn .8 51 35 41
Seme ...7 51 85 74
W WilkinandSColemaa. 6 51 40 82
JuliaMoiStt ........ 5 51 40 82
Same 8 50 88 24
Smith&Lewis .7 50 89 89
X O Wheels and C E
Dickerman... 6 50 39 89
apehart 5 50 39 89
RPLewis 8 49 58 63
CHSchnittger 7 41 35 19
D R JSoyes, et al ....6 49 84 82
Same.... ..5 49 34 82
DJHennesey 6 48- 84 61
P P*sey ...... 5 48 . 33 78
BtPaulGasCo 8 47 6130
Same 7 47 59 57
Same 6 47 59 57
Same 5 47 59 57
Tand J Kinsey..... 8 *6 8138
Same and same ..7 46 80 42
am -l and same 6 46 80 42
A Brown * 45 82 53
W C Thompson 7 45 45 19
EGood. G 45 86 12
Same .5 45 II 85
Granite street IMS side.
Edmund Rica's Second Addition to St Paul.
Supposed own or and Am't of
description. Lot. Block. Assm't.
Thoa Greeley, W^ of. ...13 8 *32 55
\Gerson, E % of 13 8 32 56
Jacob W Bowdera ....14 3 'II 44
PatKenrey 15 3 2.77
WmMcCabe 16 3 2o[s*
Same .; 17 8 26 54
Daniel McEvoy,E 95 ft of. 'II 3 49 21
li Moore, W5-4ft0f......21 3 25 28
Board of Education....... 13 2 68 23
8 Stewart.... li 2 21 98
Same..: ....15 2 22 42
A M liice 1C 2 122:29
Henry Meier... 17 2 25 40
JStapel.... 13 2 25 40
AMliice ..V.) 2 '24 89
5ame........ 11 1 ,2157
Wm Powers .......12 1 2199
HFortmeyer...... 13 1 2199
CSalvas 14 1 2199
A Mllioe.. ...15 1 23 38
Same.. 16 1 25 55
A Dahl«ren .....17 1 24 64
Quinlin ......20 1 67 35
Granite street. Somii sile
Edmund Bice's Second Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and ■ Ain't of
description. Lot. Block. Assm't.
Emily C Lambert 8 4 ; $22 44
Same 7 4. 22 48
rSßenaon... ....6 4 22 48
A Charbi nneau 5 4 22 48
A Deemamis 4 4 25 16
Ruthßenftstorff.. 8 4 25 25
Decker 2 4 22 51
Chas McDevitt ." 1 4 22 51
£8 Lightbourn ... 2 5 50 < 4
J I Benson (except Sly 12
ft). 1 5 41 16
ESBeck 12 6 108 10
HSchulke ...11 6 21 44
EFehr 10 6 22 44
JEHolger .9 6 23 27
HKraus.. 8 6 24 64
EGientlier .7 6 '24 65
Elias Fehr ........ 6 6 22 45
Paul A Lavallea ....5 6 22 46
E Rice, Jr..... ....4 6 2246
PALavallee, N>£oi..... 1 6 63 9*
Hoffman aYenne, West side.
Lyman Dayton's Addition to St. Paul. I
Supposed owner and A r.'t of
description. Lot. Block. cVtssru't.
Allie Hewitt, ESO ft 0f... 1 31 *6 17
MO'Langhlin...... 22 31 46 17
Allayer I 27 50 07
James Middleton... 25 27 50 08
Pennock Pueey.. 1" 17 63 87
Frances Corning 20 17 63 87
Munch's Subdivision of block 15, of Lyman
Dayton's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and , Ain't of
description. - Lot. Assm't.
JH Schurmeier.. ...9 $56 79
IMEssery. ........ 8 9 05
HA BienhofE 6 3 Si
J H Schurmeier. ..;;.'.-5 - 2; '24
game ... ...': 4V•-■'" 21 24
Wm O'Connor 3 21 25
Same..... ....:".... 2 21 25
Same.. ..1 2140
Kiitson street West side.
Kittson's .dditionto St. Paul.
Supposed owner and Ain't of
description. Lot. Block, /.s^m't.
AEBraden ..... '1- 35 -SJO 83
H H Fuller and Fred eh- :: >■ -:
ter.:................... 8 35 60 83
T and J Kinney. i......... 1 38 Ci 44
Urs 80rer.......... ..8 88 6144
Bohn Manufacturing C 0... 1 51 6i 06
E Dunn.. 8 51 67 89
Lafayette avenue- |
Bass' Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and Am't of
description. Lot. Block. Assm't :
LM F0gg... T............. 5 8 *i 534
, Martin Street North Side,
, A G Fuller's Addition to St Paul.
Supposed owner and .. Am't of
description." Lot. Block. Assm't.
JohaPigott ......"."... 4 C $17 51
RHazzard. 5 6 17 05
FPeloguim ....;....; 6 6 17 06
Lavinia N0rri5h........".. 7 6 17 06
EFGNeimann 8 6 17 07
HGrevev^ 9 6 17 07
Monks and Ghio. That miscellaneous
piece of land in St. Paul, Minn., de
scribed as fo.lows: Commencing at S
E corner of lot 19, block 5, ACr Ful
ler's addition to Bt, 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
Wly; thence Ely to beginning $82 71
Drake & Dewey's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and Am't of
description. Lot. Block. Assm't.
CH'Asdenon.-... 13 4 $15 71
CH Anderson ..........17 4 16 62
Michael O'Connor 16 4 16 62
Mkttie5a0w.............15 4 18 40
Austin C Miller 14 4 13 43
feme 13 4 16 62
Frank P Carrier ........12 4 16 60
Same.. ..........11 4 15 71
Dewey, Drake & Pence's Addition to St.
Paul,
Supposed owner and Am't of
description. . Lot. Block. Assm't.
John Kerwin and F A Sey
mour... 1 3 $1684
Same and same .......... 2 3 1839
Sume and 5ame.......... 3 8 18 40
J Pence 4 3 18 40
Same.. .. 5 3 18 41
Same 6 3 18 85
Elfelt, Bernheiraer & Arnold's Addition to St.
Paul.
Supposed owner and Am't of
description. Lot. Block. Assai't.
L"vis J0rd0n..... ..11 9 $22 44
HMWeide ....12 9 22 44
JSPomerwy.. 13 9 .22 44
J V? Reynolds.. ...14 9 29 68
M P Ryan 15 9 22 44
I Bernheimer ..." 16 9 23 44
Same.. 17 9 22 44
Same..... ....18 9 22 4
Same.. :..19 9 22 44
Same 20 9 22 44
Same .7 8 22 45
Same .. 8 8 22 46
JosAffalter. 9 8 22 46
Augßurkholz 10 8 22 46
A Manke 11 8 22 47
Bame 12 8 22 47
Charlotte Richter 7 7 22 44
B Plechner... 8 7 22 44
JSPcmeroy 9 7 22 44
JohnEngan 10 7 22 45
JssMcClaro.... .11 7 22 46
Same..... 12 7 22 46
Martin Street Soul! Side,
A. G. Fuller's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner asd Am't of
description. Lot. Block. Asem't.
Michel .....10 2 $85 92
John Bryant 9 2 17 94
J Gobel 8 2 17 90
JRD.IIon 7 2 17 97
EG Hamilton 8 4 23 63
Monk* and Ghio. That * pioce of land in
St. Paul, Minn., desiri bed as follows,
to wit: commencing at NW corner of
block 2, A G Fuller's addition to St.
Paul; thence W to NE corner of
block 4, said addition; thence S to SE
corner of said block 4; thence X to
8W corner of block 8, said addition;
thence N to beginning $93 94
Dewey, Drake and Pence's Addition to St.
Paul.
Supposed owner and Am't of
description. Lot. Block. Aesm't.
Helen W Averill ........ 1 1 $15 88
ChasSchmidt 2 1 16 76
Edgar C Bowen 8 1 Vi 78
Same ...4 1 16 84
J W Pence 5 1 16 31
Same 6 1 16 78
Same ...7 1 16 79
Same 8 1 15 88
CE Dewey 1 2 16 02
Same..... 2 2 18 20
Same:*:'. 3 2 18 28
John Molvehill 4 2 18 23
Same 5 2 18 23
Same 6 2 16 69
Elfelt, Bernheimer & "Arnold's Addition to St.
Paul.
Supposed owner and Am't of
description. Lot. Block. A*-..n't.
John Caspier 10 10 $22 44
G-WFertig 9 10 22 44
8 Bifelt 8 10 22 44
Same 7 10 29.63
Same 6 10 22 44
Nellie M Weide 5 10 22 44
Same 4 10 22 44
IBemheimer 3 10 22 46
Sam* 2 10 22 46
Same 1 10 22 46
Same 6 11 22 46
Same 5 11 22 46
herine Meier 4 11 22 45
i-ry Johnson 3 11 22 44
i IBernneimer 2 11 22 44
Eiiiil«bert Beutle I vll 22 44
SC Elfelt 6 12 22 44
ame 5 12 22 44
Same 4 12 22 44
Hnme ....3 12 22 45
5ame......... 2 12 22 46
Same... 1 12 22 46
Seventh street. SuMis.
Terry's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and Am't of
description] Lot. Block. Afesm't.
Angust Kempien 12 .7 $25 27
Sum* 11 7 25 64
Same '.. 10 7 24 76
'I Haas■■•ii 9 7 24 76
Win D*wson and R A
Smith 8 7 24 77
Jol )>on«an 7 7 24 77
CMichaud.. 6 7 24 77
Edward Parette 5 7 25 42
Ernst Heiieureich 4 7 25 74
Wm D iwson and R A
>,miii 3 7 27 72
Geo Dacha'e 2 7 25 88
John ittrich 13 4 /14 77
Jacob Albresch ...11 4 24 61
John Fl»wner .- 10 4 24 61
Wmßink 9 4 24 62
Wm Dawton and It A
Smitn 8 4. 25 11
Walter McFarland 7 4 25 19
Bame 6. 4 25 0'»
:■:■ M tVI-ind 5 4 24 63
ChasD Stewart .....4 4 24 64
Same 3 4 24 64
StenErikson.. 2 4 25 33
Wm Dawoon and R A
Smith 14 23 88
, lest Ssytntli street. West side.
Clarke's Addition toSt Paul.
Suppfisetl owner and Am't of
duscriDtion. Lot. Block. Assm't.
LDHause* ....10 5 $35 92
J H Theinand J W Jans
sen ; 11 5 17 94
Same and name I'J 5 17 94
Jos 8r0wn..... ....13 5 17 P6
Same ....14 5 17 97
TMrd street. North siie.
Rice & Irvine's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and Am't of
description. Lot. Block. Assm't.
J Simpson. 5 54 $37 78
Same. Par! W'ly of liiu> be
tween lots 4 and 5, pro
duced to Third st, .... 6 54 720
Alex; Ramsey. Part Ely
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 63
John Kohl. ....8 54 83 68
Irvine's Enlargement to Rica & Irvine's Addi
tion to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and '-.'■■ :;.'»;:;'. j. ' Am't of
. descriDtion. Lot. Block. Assm't.
! N Hardy (except Fifth st). 6 62 $30 70
N Schrantz (except fifth
5t)...............-.. 7 62 36 92
J and N Hardy (Sly of
Fifth5t)............... 8 62 35 78
' L E Montgomery I Sly of*
Fifth 5t).:."............9 62 1 2£
Tiliou street, North siie.
Simpson's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and Am't oi
description.'^ Lot. Assm't.
M LBowen .;.............18 $41 6£
C Bryant. ....16 20 5
J WCramsie ...........17 20 «
Batman's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and Am't of
; .;description.". Lot. Block. Aasm't.
J W Cramtie 5 4 $IG 40
Base. " W 3 ft of ....A 4 91
Hrts Haoultcn (txctpt W
; 2 ft)........... 4 4 17 31
R ixhrotv.... 8 4 17 95
Wai l>u: lap ..2 4 17 98
Ldberu Distol i 4 17 73
,- Tilton street. Sonlli site.
Supposed owner and Am't of
description. Assm't.
G«rman Lutheran Trinity Church. Com
mencing at a point on 'V".y line of Wa
bsahaw str^ef, 150 ft N'ly from NW
corner «f W&boshaw and Iglcbart
6treete; t*e«ce SWly parallel with
Iglehatt Btree*, 149 85-100 ft; thenc«
N«V"ir alou< Bazille's W line 119 14
--100 ft to Tilton street; thenco Ely
nJong Tilton street 164 46-ICO ft to
Waba»h*w street? thence Sly to begin
ning........... $73 87
Iratmaa's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and Am't of
dtucrlptiam. Lot. Block. Assm't.
EPltitoa,. 10 3 *17 18
FLuhrson 9 3 17 C 6
S*sne. .8: 3 I*2l
M Bruss 7 8 16 88
Fred Maid 6 8 12 97
Simpson's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owrer and Am't of
description. Lot. Assm't.
J H Simpson 12 $-20 "J5
game 9 £0 21
Sajne 8 41 07
Viriiiiia avenue, East side.
Dayton & Irvine's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed ownerand Ain't of
d«!cription. Lot. Block. Assm't.
Kennedy ..5 81 $44 22
Western mm East side.
Dayton A Irvine's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and Am't of
description. Lot. Block. Asem't.
MAStrehline 5 78 $4193
J W Hicks & J Owens 12 75 16 94
FWBradon 11 75 £6 94
JJLawleea .10 75 26 94
CL Norton 9 75 26 94
Same... 8 78 26 94
J A Wood 7 75 KM
EB Alexander 26 74 '27 38
Same 25 74 27 33
Western avenue, West side.
. Kern's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owr.or and Am't of
description. Lot. Block. As3m't.
J B Mcllrath (except N 16
ft) 30 2 $45 88
Woodland Park Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and Am't of
description Lot. Block. Asam't.
II M and If S Hart, 8 X <ȣ 22 12 .'.) 29
CELee, N^of »'2 12 89 80
Williams '.street. Mi Siie.
Wliliullla ouuvli .T en 111 uitji
Do Bow, Smith, Bisque & Williams' Addition
to Hi. Paul.
Supposed owner and Ain't of
description. Lot. Bloclr. As^m't.
ThosShoedy 21 6 $04 08
1 "
' Williams street, South Side.
De Bow, Smith, Risque & Williams' Addition
to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and Am't «f
desoriptiou. Lot. Block. Assm't.
FAlthen....' 7 2 $60 95
J. P. Horrigan, N'ly 48>^
ft of 8 2 15 04
All in the city of St. Paul, county of Ramsey
and state of Minnesota.
17-23 GEORGE REIS, City Treasurer.
CITY NOTICE.
City Treasurer's Sale.
Offiok of Tins City Tkeasckeb, )
St. Paul, Minn., Jan. 19,1884. )
Notice is hereby given that under and by vir
tue of a judgment entered on Jan. 18,1884,' 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 county, on an assess
ment warrant for
Opening and Extension of Da
kota avenue Through Lot 4,
Block 54, West St. Paul Proper,
in the Sixth ward,
in said city of St. Paul, the undersigned will
on Febuury 4th, 1884, 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 beet bidder for cash, the following
described real estate, to-wit-
West St. Paul Proper.
Supposed owner and Lot. Block. Am't of
description* ' Judgm't,
Wm Thompson 2 34 $7 50
Same 8 84 9 55
Same ..4 34 1160
Same, (Except Dakota
avenue) 5 84 2097
Same, (Except Dakota
avenue). 6 84 2G 97
All in the City of St. Paul, County of Ramsey,
and State of Minnesota.
GEORGE REIB,
19-23 City Treasurer.
MISS LAURA W. HALL
TEACHES OP
PUBB OHM .UD I4HMOHTJ
Residence,
Is. !02 Western Avenue. St. Anthony 0111
81. pavij, alma,
S3T-M2O Aijer- for BRAINABD'S KUSIGMi
WOSid/, pa£li*hed at Cleveland, Ohio. It has
i>?<3:i publiafiei • over 20 years, and is acknowl
edged to be the ablest and best, as well as the
oldest musical journal in the country. £7377
teacher, amateur and pupil should faavo it.
Price .50 a year. Address as above. Noting
by postal card, Mies H. will call at any reiiulnne*
ii the city amlrneeiva Bubser'ntionß
FUEL DEALEBS.
Tall Weight and Me&iare Guaranteed by
41 East Third street. 'Established in 1864.
At bottom prices. Grate and egg $9.76, stove
$10; Nut $10, Briar Hill, $8.50. All grades
of fresh orined bituminous coal at equally low
prices. Maple, $6; Birch and Oak, 14 75
Mixed, $8.75; Basswood, $3; Dry Pine Slabs, $8

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