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FARM DEPARTMENT.
Henry Dykstra, a well-to-do Hol
lander farmer living eight miles west of
Springfield, says the Times of that
place, is the originator of a variety of
.■winter apple. It is of a larger size than
the famous Wealthy apple, and a more
hardy tree. JMr. Dykstra planted some
apple seed thirteen years ago. It pro
duced a lot of seedlings, most of which
were too tender and have winter-killed.
Two of his seedlings produced a crop of
tipples last season. One of them is a
large ami very handsome sweet apple
of good quality, hut the tree is not per
fectly hardy. The other one is a
very large and showy apple, as
large as the Spy apple, of a rus-.
Betty-green color, round, stalk long,
Bet in a deep cavity, calyx closed in a
large basin, flesh white, very firm, sub
acid with a brisk pleasant flavor, tree
perfectly hardy, healthy, free and of an
Upright habit of growth, nark smooth
find of a light gray color. In tree, bark,
leaves and frnit.it is a full-blood variety
of the apple, there is no trace of crab
blood in it; that is a great point in its
Favor, as hybrids/like the Wealthy, are
known to lie short-lived; another great
point in its favor is its keeping quality.
The apples are perfectly sound now,
April 15, and by the looks of them they
Will keep two months yet, and perhaps
longer. That point alone will make it
the most profitable variety for market,
as neither the Wealthy nor any of the
Russian hybrids will "keep longer than
Into January. But the greatest point
in its favor "is its nativity; here in Bon
Homme county it will succeed and
flourish to a much greater perfection
than further east or south. The name
of Henry Dykstra will be remembered
for generations to come as the success
ful i originator of the first real hardy
winter apple in the whole Northwest,
and if planted largely it can be made of
much more value for farmers in Bon
Homme county than a rich gold mine.
Peler <'. be Liude, the veteran nursery
man of Running Water, Bon Homme
county. Dakota, has bought the undi
vided right of Henry Dykstra to propa
gate and disseminate this local winter
apple. He will graft it only on whole
•Siberian crab roots, that will induce
early bearing and a more dwarfish habit
of growth. This valuable winter apple
has been named the Bon Homme Coun
ty Winter apple, in honorof Bou Homme
county, where it originated.
A DAIRY SCHOOL
Kept by a "Woman "Who Has Made
a Ureal Success of the Science.
The Dairy World gives a sketch of
Mrs. Hannah Nielsen, who success
fully manages a dairy school in Den
mark. Her husband was a dairyman,
and during the early part of her mar
ried life she did not attempt to take any
part in its management. When, how
ever, she began to take part in the
work, her aid was found to be most ad
vantageous to the business. Her first
attempt was to increase returns by mak
ing different kinds of cheese. Her first,
trial was with "whey cheese," which
she failed with at first, but
continued to experiment, until
within a few years she made
it as good as the imported Nor
wegian. Nevertheless, she visited Nor
way in 1867. and learned there that she
was on the right road. In 1864 she com
menced making Cheddar cheese, as
sisted by Prof. Segeleke, but not satis
fied, she went to England in 1869; from
there she went to Holland, where she
learned to make "Edam" and "Gouda."
This lady's energy may better be under
stood when we learn she knew no for
eign language but a very little German.
In 1872 she visited Switzerland, and
went from there viaNeufchatel to Paris;
later on she revisited France, and spent
some tune in Koquefort.
On all these trips she learned to make
the different kinds of cheese which she
is now leaching her hundreds of pupils
(including counts and barons) from all
Oyer Europe, who are spending more or
less time in her dairy, to get, if you
please, the finishing touches in the no
ble art of dairying. In 1855 she took
one premium in Paris for cheddar
cheese.
At her silver wedding she was pre
sented with a large silver cup by the
Royal Danish Agricultural society as an
acknowledgement of her share in the
progress of Danish dairying.
Mrs. Nielsen looks upon herself as a
milk contractor, buying the milk from
her husband and one neighboring
farmer.
THK RUSSIAN APPLES
believed to Be the Only Kinds
Hardy Enough for Wisconsin.
A. G. Tuttle, a prominent horticultur
ist of Wisconsin, gives this statement
for tiie Farmers' Review: "It is about
twenty years since 1 began experiment
ing with new Russian apples. I have
fruited nearly luo varieties,and have giv
en them as thorough a test to determine
their hardiness as I know how to give.
With very few exceptions they
have proved fully as hardy as
the Duchess of Oldenburgh, and very
many of them much hardier. Among
them are apples of the best quality, cov
ering all the season from very early to
very late apples that will fill the place
of the American apples that have
failed, either for home use or for
market. The last few years have
proven that we have nothing except
the Russians for this latitude that
are sufficiently hardy. There has been
much said and written against them,
evidently by those who know very little
about them, or by those who have large
stocks of the old varieties in nursery or
some pet seedlings they wish to put
upon the market. Of the 100 varieties
fruited here we have at least fifteen
varieties that can lie classed as winter
fruit for this latitude, giving us
apples of good quality from early
winter through the spring and summer l
months until late in July, or the time !
for the opening of our fust early appls. j
-OS*
Baptists, Presbyterians and
Others, Attention!
'•The Royal Route," Chicago, St.
Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha railway,
will, on May 14, sell special round-trip
tickets from ."St. Paul and Minneapolis
to Washington, 1). C, and return, good
to return sixty days from date of sale, at
837.85; which includes one double berth
in sleeping car to Washington. Call at
159 East Third, St. Paul, 13 Nicollet
House block, Minneapolis, or write for
particulars to T. W. Teasdale, general
passenger agent, St. Paul.
Choking Catarrh.
Have you awakened from a disturbed sleep
with nil the horrible sensations of an assassin
Clutching your throat and pressing the life
breath from your tightened chest? Have
you noticed 1 hi- languor and debility that suc
ceed the effort to clear your throat and head
of this catarrhal matter! What a depress
ing influence it exerts upon the mind, cloud
ing the memory und filling the head with
pains and strange noises! How difficult to
rid the nasal passages, throat and lungs of
this poisonous mucus all can testify who
are afflicted with catarrh. How difficult to
protect the system against its further prog
ress wards 'the lungs, liver and kidneys,
all physicians will admit. It is a terrible dis
ease, and cries out for relief and cure.
'! lie remarkable curative powers, when all
other remedies utterly fail, of Sanfobd's
Radical Cure, rre attested ny thousands
who "fully recommend it to fellow-suf
ferers. No statement is made regarding it
that can not be substantiated by the most re
spectable and reliable references.
Bach packet contains one bottle of the
Radical <. i-re, one box of Catarrhal Sol
vent, and an Improved Inhaler, with treat
ise and directions, and Is sold by all drug
gists for SI.
POTTEE PUPA & Chemical Co., Boston.
KIDNEY PAINS!
*T flfi With their weary, dull, aching,
\^L lifeless, all-gone sensation, re
-^ lieved iv one minute by the
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first and on!-,- pain-subduing Master. Abso
lutely unrivaled as an instantaneous and
infallible antidote to pain, inflammation and
weakness. At all druggists. 25 cents; live
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Chemical >,).. Boston. Mass.
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WHEREAS, for some time past certain reports
have been in circulation, and whereas said reports
(which we did not deem worthy of notice) culmi
nated yesterday in an anonymous libel in several
papers, we, for the assurance of our customers and
the benefit of the public, say:
FIRST — That the Scotch Oats Essence as manu
factured by us for the general public, does not
gPJrt^JJ 1 a" single particle of any opiate, niorphmeT
chloral, Indian Hemp, or any narcotic or poisonous
i^redientofany kind.
SECOND— That from the first moment we heard
these reports we began to place upon each bottle
ol Scotch Oatsjssence, a $10,000 forfeit guarantee
that there was not a particle of any opiate or other
narcotic in it, sworn to under oath.
THIRD— owing to the marvelous and un
precedented sale of ST 0. E., and the many thou
sands of hopeless and helpless invalids it has cured,
we have aroused the envy, hatred, malice and ill
will of certain persons, who are taking every means
in their power to injure the REPUTATION of the
remedy.
FOURTH— would invite any person or per
sons, chemists, physicians, or the public, to call at
our factory and witness the manufacture of the great
remedy from the crude grain to the bottles and
labeled essence.
FIFTH — We shall take every legal step neces
sary to punish malicious and libelous parties
who, under the guise of anonymity, attack us from
behind in a cowardly mannerT
SIXTH— regret that the failure of three of
the best chemists in the city to complete an elabor
ate analysis of Scotch Oats Essence, owing to the
length of time it takes, will not as yet permit us to
publish their sworn statement as to the entire free
dom of our remedy from any narcotic. ~*~' "
SCOTCH OATS ESSENCE is Nature's tonic and
nervine. It is purely vegetable, prompt and last
ing in its effects.
1. It is Nature's own remedy, and, being of vegetable origin, is absolutely
harmless; it will not injure the most exhausted invalid or the weakest stomach,
but will, on the contrary, strengthen, build up, fortify and lejuvenate not onh;
the weakened and unstrung nerves, palsied limbs and exhausted vitality, but win
increase the appetite and digestive powers, enrich and purify the blood* and regu
late the bowels. ,-•••
3. While, like opium, it will quiet pain and produce sleep, it does so not by
Steeping the brain in lethargy and deadening the nerves, but by giving strength,
equilibrium and vigor to them. Not only will it not enslave those who use it—
do opium, morphine, alcohol and chloral— but it will promptly destroy the craving
for these, strengthen and invigorate the shattered nerves, and free the victim from
his terrible bondage.
8. I>r. miCitJIJiAJfIVS ESSENCE is in no sense a patent medicine. It is
simply Nature's own Tonic and Vitalizer, presented in its most active and pal
atable form. The infant and the octogenarian may alike use it without any harm
and with much benefit.
4. It does away with loading the stomach with nauseous and powerful drugs
and decoctions, and simply feeds life and vigor to the weakened and hungry
nerves and tissues.
5. It is not a temporary expedient for stimulating a tired brain or exhausted
nervous system for a time, to leave as badly off or worse than before, but an
actual nerve food as well as tonic, that enters directly into the composition of the
nerves, giving a strength that is lasting and a power that will not fail when called
upon.
«. Its claims are based not upon the myths or fables of ignorant and imagin
ative people, but upon the unassailable evidence of some of our best physicians,
not only as regards its action upon their patients, but also upon themselves.
7. It is not a popular nostrum for which every curative virtue under the sun
is claimed, but a natural vegetable specific for nervous and mental diseases, irri
tative, exhaustive, painful or paralytic.
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THE SAINT : PAUL DAILY GLOBE: MONDAY MORNING, MAY '7, 1888.
SCHLIEK & CO.,
85 and 89 East Third Street, St. Paul.
New Novelties in Spring Styles of
Fine Footwear!
LADIES' AND GENTS' WALKING SHOES,
Suitable for Street "Wear.
New Spring Goods Being Received Daily.
Confirmdtion of Aseessmment for Opening, Widening and Extend
ing Summit Avenue South.
Office of the Board of Public Works, )
•;-■.:'.; -• City of St. Paul, Minn., May 3, 1888. J
The assessment of benefits, damages, 1 costs and expenses arising from opening,
widening and extension of Summit avenue south, between Otto avenue "and St.
Clair street, in the city of St. Paul, . Minnesota, having been completed by the
Board of Public Works in and for said city, said Board will meet at their office in
said city, at 2p.m. on the 21st day , of May, A. D. 1888, to hear objections (if
any") to said assessment, at which time and place, unless sufficient cause is shown
to the contrary, said assessment will be confirmed by said Board.
.The following is a list of the supposed owners' names, a description of the
property benefited or damaged, and the amounts assessed against the same, to
wit:
Supposed owner and • Balance Balance
description. Benefits. Damages, to owner, to city
J C Breckenridge et al. All that part of south
M of S H of S X of SE X of section 10,
town 28, range 23 (except Otto avenue),
in the city of St. Paul, Minnesota, lying ;
within the lines of a street eighty feet
wide, between the intersection of Sum
mit avenue south, in West End addition •
to St. Paul, with Otto avenue and Sum- ;
mit avenue south, in Lexington Park. «■
Plat No. 5, between blocks 1 and 2, said
Plat No. 5. Taken for Summit avenue
south $1,500 001
Sameetal. South y 2 of SMof S Hot SE >, j . ..
Xof section 10, town 28, range 23. except I —nn *™ n
Otto avenue and part taken for Summit f *" w * 51U uu
avenue south; in the city of St. Paul, |
Minnesota $1,510 00 J •
R. B. Rankins et al. AIII that part of NJ£
of S X of S U of SE X of section 10, town
23, range 23, in the city' of St. Paul, Min
nesota, lying within the lines of a street :
eighty feet wide, between the intersection
of Summit avenue south, in West End ad
dition to St. Paul, with Otto avenue and '
Summit avenue south, in Lexington
Park. Plat No. 5, between blocks 1 and 2,
- said Plat N0.5. Taken for Summit avenue
south # $1,500 001
Same et North M of S V, of SK of SE X \
of section 10, town 28, range 23, except J- $0 00 $10 00
part taken for Summit avenue south, iv ' (
the city of St. Paul, Minnesota $1,510 00 J
H M Rice. All that part of the southerly
77.84 acres of the N 100 acres of SE X of
section 10, town 28. range 23, except
Lexington Part plats and Nettleton's
part, lying: within the lines of Summit
avenue south in Lexington Plat No. 3. if
produced N'ly to St. Clair street, the
center line of which opening shall be dis
tant from the N and % % section line of -
section 10, town 22, range 23. being the •
center line of Griggs street, in Lexington
Park Plats as follows, to-wit: Four hun
dred and six-tenths feet at the center
of Randolph street and the same
distance at Palace street, and at Jef
ferson avenue, and distant 351 feet
from said X X section line on the south ■
line of St. Clair street, in the city of St.
Paul. Minnesota. Taken for Summit
avenue south •. $2,500 001
Same. Southerly 77.84 acres of the JN"
100 acres of SE Xof section 10, town 28, j
range 23, except Lexington Park : plats .■• i- $0 00 $15 00
and Nettleton's part and part taken
for Summit avenue south, in the city of
St. Paul, Minnesota I : . $2,515 00 j
Wm Nettleton. All that part of the north
erly 20 acres of SE X of section 10, town
28. range 23.except Randolph street, lying
within the lines of Summit avenue south .
in Lexington Plat No. 8, if produced
N'ly to St. Clair street, the center
line of which opening shall be dis
tant from the N and S X V sec
tion line of section 10, town 22, range 23,
being the center line of Griggs street in
Lexington Park plats, as follows, to wit: •■■
Four hundred and six-tenths feet at the
center of Randolph street and the same I
distance at Palace street and at Jefferson
avenue, and distant 351 feet from said X,
X section line on the S line of St.
flair street, in the city of St. Paul,
Minnesota. Taken for Summit avenue
south $1,700 00 "I
Same. Northerly 20 acres of SE X of I
section 10, town 28, range 23, except Ran- ! - n M « Ift
dolph street and part taken for Summit 1 .Vr 3 w - 51 " °°
avenue south, in the city of St Paul, !
Minnesota $1,710 00 J
All objections to said assessment must be made in writing and filed with the
Clerk of said Board at least one day prior to said meeting. .
Official: R. L. GORMAN, President.
W. F. Eitwix, Clerk Board of Public Works. 128-129
Confirmation of Assessment for Opening, Widening and Extending
Edgerton Street.
Office of TnE Board of Public Works, )
City of St. Paul , Minn., May 3, 1888. J
The assessment of benefits, damages, costs and expenses arising from open
ing, widening and extending Edgerton street, from Brainard avenue to
north city limits in the city of St. Paul, Minnesota, having been
completed by the Hoard of Public Works in and for said city, said
Board will meet at their office in said city at 2 p. m. on the 21st day of May,
A.D. 1888, to hear objections (if any) to said assessment, at which time and
place, unless sufficient cause is shown to the contrary, said assessment will be
confirmed by said Board.
The following is a list of the supposed owners' names, a description of the
property benefited or damaged, and the amounts assessed against the same,
to-wit :
Supposed owner and Balance Balance
description. Benefits. Damages, to owner, to city
Charles Mandehr. The westerly 33 feet of
the Wly *4 of the following described
land, taken for Edgerton street, to-wit:
Commencing at a point in the center of
County Road from White Bear to St. Paul.
56 rods and 0.2 feet N of SW comer of
NWM of SE X of section 20, town 29.
range 22. thence Ely 80 rods, thence
Sly 25 rods, thence W'ly SO rods, thence
25 rods to beginning, in the City of
St. Paul. Minnesota ..'.-. $780 00 "J
Same. Westerly 14 of the following de
scribed land, except part taken for Edger
ton street, to-wit: Commencing at a
point in the center of County Road from
White Bear to St. Paul. 56 rods and 9.2 feet l $0 06 JK no
N of SW corner of NW Xot SE X of f *****
section 20, town 29, range 22. thence E'lv j
80 rods, thence Sly 25 rods, thence W'lv I
SO rods, thence N'ly 25 rods to beginning, I
in the City of St. Paul, Minnesota. : ... ... $785 00 J
Mary Bouchier. The westerly 33 feet of N'ly
12 acres of NW X of SE X of section 20,
town 29. range 23, in the city of St. Paul,
Minnesota. Taken for JEdgerton street.-.. $340 00")
Same. Northerly 12 acres of N W Xof SE |
Xof section 20. town 29, range 23, except "> $0 00 $6 00
part taken for Edgerton street, in the city I
of St. Paul, Minnesota .v $546 00 J
G. A. Danberg. The easterly 33 feet of the
E'lv 9 acres of N'ly 24 acres of SE X of
NW X of section 20, town 29, range 22. in
the city of St. Paul. Minnesota. Taken
for Edgerton street ...... $1,500 001
Same. Easterly 9 acres of N'lv 24 acres of *-- p" :
SE XofNW Mof section 20. town 39, . '. ':. Vso 00 $10 00
range 22. except part taken for Edgerton ' •■■".- ■■- I
street, in the city of St. Paul, Minnesota. . $1510 00 .J .
F B Miller et al. The easterly 83 feet of
SK of NE X of NW X of section 20, town
29. range 22. in the city of St. Paul, Mm- J" -
nesota. Taken for Edgerton street $1,260 00 1
Same et* al. South }.< of NE X of |
NW X of section 20, town 29, range 22, ' J- $0 00 $8 00
except part taken for Edgerton street, in I
the city of St. Paul Minnesota $1,263 00 J
Phoebe Wright. The easterly 33 feet of
Ely 6 acres of NE Xof NE Xof NW l i •
of section 20. town 29, range 22, in the
city of St. Paul, Minnesota. Taken for J * :" L .
Edgerton street $1,260 001
Same. ' Easterly 6 acres of northeast X of 1 JJ' ::
NEJ^of NW J^of section 20, town 29, I $0 00 $3 00
range 22, except part taken for JEdgerton - j
street, in the city of St. Paul, Minnesota. $1,263 00 . J J
",, A U, objections to said assessment must Do made in -writing and filed with
the Clerk of said Board at least one day prior to said meeting.
° ™w : v v ™-,„ -.'-.^ IL L. GORMAN, President.
W. F. E.'iwix.Clerk Board of Public Works. 123-129
Confirmation of Assessment for
Grading ana Sewering Rondo
Street.
Office Board of Public Works, )
City of St. Paul, Minn., May 3, 1888. J
The assessment of benefits, costs and
expenses arising . from the grading
Rondo street, from Mackubin street to
Lexington avenue, and constructing a
sewer on said Rondo street, from Mac
kubin street to Dale ostreet, in the
city of St. Paul, Minnesota, having
been completed by the Board of
Public Works in and for said city, said
Board will meet at their office in said
city, at 2 p. m. on the 21st day of
May, A. D. 1888, to hear objections (if
any) to said assessment, at which time
ami place, unless sufficient cause is
shown to the contrary, said assessment
will be confirmed by said Board.
The following is a list of the supposed
owners' names.a description of the prop
erty benefited, and the amounts as
sessed against the same, to-wit:
ASSESSMENT FOR GRADING
RONDO STREET, FROM MAC
KUBIN STREET TO LEXINGTON
AVENUE.
Wilson's Rearrangement of Part of
Block 27. Mackubin & Marshall's
Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description. Lot. Block. Benefits
WLWilson 1 2 $6165
Same 3 3 36 85
Same 3 2 36 85
Same 4 2 36 85
Same 5 3 36 85
Same 6 2 36 85
Same 7 3 36 85
Same 8 3 36 S5
Same.... ....9 2 3685
Same 10 2 36 85
John F Holmes 11 3 36 85
John H Shea 12 3 36 85
A E Ferguson ,13 2 36 85
WLWilson 14 2 43 25
Same 20 1 6165
Same 19 1 36 85
Same IS 1 36 85
Same 17 1 36 85
Same 16 1 36 85
Same 15 1 36 85
Same. 14 1 36 85
Same 13 1 36 85
Thos P Wilson 12 1 36 85
Same 11 1 36 85
Marshall's Subdivision of Block 27,
Mackubin & Marshall's Addition
to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description. Lot. Block. Benefits
Jas II McDarmed,
E 40 ft of S 50 ft of
lot 5, and E 40 ft of
97 ft of i 7 27 $36 85
Carrie X Johnson, W
40 ft of E 80 ft of S
50 ft of lot 5 and W
40 ft of 80 ft of
N97ftof 7 27 36 85
Diedrich Holsher, W
20 ft of S 50 ft of
lot 5, and E 20 ft of
S 50 ft of lot 6, and
W 40 ft of E 120 ft
of N 97 ft of (ex
cept Rondo st) 7 37 36 So
St. Paul Building So
ciety No. 1, W 80
ft of N 97 ft of (ex
cept alley and
Kentst) "7 27 43 25
Mackubin & Marshall's Addition to St.
Paul.
Supposed owner and
description. Lot. Block. Benefits
W II Mead 30 23 $36 85
Dennis Short 29 23 36 85
Thomas Ryan 28 23 36 85
Alfred Fredlund.... 27 23 36 85
Orville E Mill's 26 23 36 85
Peter A Auderberg.2s 23 36 85
Same 24 23 36 85
Bridget W a 1 s h
O'Donnell 23 23 36 85
Robert Willich 22 23 36 85
Mary E Walker 21 23 36 85
Chas JEdmundsou..2o 23 36 85
Martha Tupper 19 23 36 85
Janet and Fred Ev
ans 18 23 36 85
Dennis Short 17 23 36 85
E A Hemenway 16 23 33 12
Aug F Hane 1 24 36 85
C Mcßride 2 24 36 85
HAnfang 3 24 36 85
Horace S Fuller 4 24 36 85
Geo W Knee 5 24 36 85
Geo F and Mary Pat
well 6 24 36 85
J D Moran 7 24 36 85
Same 8 24 36 85
Same 9 24 36 85
JBChariey 10 24 36 85
Same 11 24 36 85
Same 12 24 36 85
Silas B Foote : . .13 24 36 85
Same 14 24 36 85
Same 15 24 .33 12
Smith & Lott's Out Lots, St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description. Lot. Benefits
M L Larpenteur (except
Rondo street) 1 $905 25
William Bickel's Subdivision of Lot 2,
Smith & Lott's Out Lots, St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description. Lot. Block. Benefits
PMKerst.-. 6 1 $32 20
Same 5 1 32 20
Same ..4 1 33 20
John Chalupsky 1 4 32 20
Same 2 4 32 20
Same 3 4 32 20
C A Travis 1 3 36 85
Chas Friend 2 - 3 36 S5
11 C Jones 3 3 36 85
W II Hart 4 3 36 85
W T Alexander 5 3 36 85
I) F Goodrich 6 3 36 85
Same 7 3 36 85
Nora Tucker.. 8 3 36 85
J C Bruggemann.... 9 3 37 75
Chas Friend, Jr 18 "2 36 85
Same 17 2 36 85
Same 16 2 36 85
Same 15 2 36 85
11 Emma Pruden 14 2 36 85
Same 13- 3 36 85
Catherine C Conger. 12 2 36 85
Leonhart S Breher..ll 2 36 85
Then E Mathes 10 2 37 75
Edwin Dean's Second Addition to St.
Paul.
Supposed owner and
description. Lot. Block. Benefits
Anthony S Schamin
sky..... 10 1 $42 35
Wm W Holcombe... 9 1 42 35
National Investment
company.... 8 1 42 35
Same 7 1 42 35
Same 6 1 42 35
Daniel McGilyei-y... 20 2 46 00
Jas A Longinotti 19 2 36 85
Joseph Schwartz.. ..lS 2 36 85
Sylvester Hy man... 17 2 36 85
Same 16 2 .36 85
Jos Schwartz 15 2 36 85
Same 14 2 36 85
MargtKyle 13 3 36 85
Same 12 2 36 85
Same . 11 2 36 85
Win Jones...'. 18 3 36 85
Same ...17 3 36 85
Same 16 3 36 85
Same ; ....15 3 86 85
Mary Frank .14 3 36 85
F E Livingston 13 3 -36 85
J0hnC1arkin........12 3 36 85
Same 11 3 36 85
Henry RobeL. 10 3 36 85
John Haggenmiller.lB 4 - 36 85
Same 17 \ . 4 V -36 85
Otto A Spies 10 4 36 85
Samuel Brown 15 4 36 85
Same ••••14 4 36 85
Charlotta Johnson.. 13 4 36 85
Mary McNermcy and
Em i 1 L Pet re 12 4 36 85
Same and same. ....11 4 86 85
Same and same . 10 4 39 56
Patrick Sexton...... 1 8 42 35
Anton Aver .3 8 42 35
Same 3 S 42 35
Joseph Schwartz.... 4 8 42 35
Same... ,5 8 42 35
A II Wimbish et al.. 1 7 46 00
Same et al 3 7 36 85
WD Cornish . . ..... 3 7 36 85
Same.. .........'4- 7 30 So
Harriet B Todd : .... 5 7 36 85
Emil F Foerster..... 6 7 36 85
Conrad Hidden...... 7 7 30 85
Jacob Schnitzins 8 7 36 85
Peter Leonard...... 9 .7 36 85
Louis J Vokuiu...... 1 ■•".. 6 36 85
\ j
Edwin Dean's Second Addition to St. . ]
Paul. *>:?£?. (

Supposed owner and
description. Lot. Block. Benefits '
Jagnes and Nick .- v
Thomas 3 6 $36 85 :
Eli T Wilder 3 6 30 85
5ame....... .4 6 36 85
Same 5- 6 36 85
5ame......;. 6 6 36 85
Same 7 6 35 85
5ame....... ..8 6 36 85
Same 9 6 3085
S.B.Webb 1 5 36 85
Same ....3 5 30 85
5ame........ 3 5 36 85
Same 4 5 36 85
Same. 5 5 36 85
Same 0 5 36 85
Same 7 5 36 85
Same..... 8 : 5 -36 85
Same -....9 5 39 56
; ■:':■ '; y". • '.
Supposed owner and
description. Benefits.
E.G.Rogers and L. K. Stone.
Easterly yof Ely y of SE
X of SW X of section 35,
town 29, range 23 (except St.
Anthony avenue, Rondo, Car
roll and Iglehart streets and
Marshall avenue) being in
St. Paul, Minnesota $557 00
Rogers' Second Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and .
description. Lot. Block. Benefits
Jennie Maloney 9 1 $34 10
Same 10 1 34 10
Same 11 1 34 10
Same 12 1 34 10
Wm Thompson 13 1 34 10
Same 14 1 34 10
John J Bell 15 1 34 10
Same 10 1 34 10
J. W. Fallihee's Rearrangement of
Block 2, Rogers' Second Addition
to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description. Lot. Benefits
Jacob Mettler 1 $34 10
Same 2 34 10
Same 3 34 10
Chester Smith 4 34 10
Jacob J Frenzen 5 34 10
Ellen O'Connell 0 34 10
John Noonan 7 34 10
National Investment com
pany , 8 34 10
Supposed owner and
description. Benefits
Catholic Orphan asylum. North
east X of W y of SE X of SW
X of section 35, town 29, range
23 (except St. Anthony avenue.
Rondo, Carroll and Milton
streets), being in St. Paul,
Minnesota $557 00
Kate Donnelly. Northwest X
of W y of SE X of SW X of
section 35, town 29, range 23
(except St. Anthony avenue.
Rondo, Carroll and Chats
worth streets), being in St.
Paul, Minnesota $557 00
Varner's Subdivision, St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description. Lot. Block. Benefits
Wilgus &CaulfiehL. l2 1 $38 05
Same and same 11 1 38 65
Same and same 10 1 3S 65
Same and same 9 1 38 65
Same and same 8 1 38 05
Same and same 7 1 38 65
Same and same 1 2 87 40
Same and same 6 2 38 05
Same and same 7 2 38 05
Same and same 8 2 38 65
Cummin's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description. Lot. Block. Benefits
Wilgus ifeCaulfield.. lo 1 $37 75
Same and same 15 1 37 75
Same and same 14 1 -37 75
Same and same 13 1 37 75
Same and same 12 1 37 75
Same and same 11 1 37 75
Same and same 10 1 37 75
Same and same 9 1 37 75
Same and same 1 2 '37 75
Same and same 2 2 37 75
Same and same 3 2 87 75
Same and same 4 3 37 75
Same and same 5 3 37 75
Same and same 0 2 37 75
Same and same 7 2 37 75
Same and same 8 2 37 75
Buel & Mackubin's Out Lots, St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
desertion. Lot. Benefits
R A Cummins (except
Rondo street) 6 $184 00
Same (except Rondo
street) 7 245 00
Same (except Rondo
street) . .'■ 8 245 00
Same (except Rondo
street) 9 245 00
Same (except Rondo
street) 10 160 00
SEWER ON RONDO STREET, FROM
MACKUBIN STREET TO DALE
STREET.
Wilson's Rearrangement of Part of
Block 27. Mackubin & Marshall's
Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description. Lot. Block. Benefits
W L Wilson 4 2 $63 60
Same 5 2 63 60
Same 0 2 63 00
Same 7 2 63 60
Same 8 2 03 60
Same 9 2 63 00
Same 10 2 63 00
John F Holmes 11 2 (53 60
John II Shea 12 2 63 60
A E Ferguson 13 2 03 60
W L Wilson 14 2 74 73
Same...-. ...17 1 63 00
Same 16 1 03 00
Same 15 1 03 GO
Same 14 1 63 00
Same 13 1 03 00
Thos -P Wilson 12 1 63 00
Same 11 1 63 00
Marshall's Subdivision of Block 27,
Mackubin & Marshall's Addi
tion to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description. Lot. Block. Benefits
James II McDarmed,
E 40 ft of S 50 ft of
lot 5, and E 40 ft of
N 97 ft of 7 27 $63 00
Carrie X Johnson, W
40 ft of E 80 ft of S
50 ft of lot s,and W
40 ft of E 80 ft of N
97 ft 0f............ 7 87 63 60
Diedrich Holsher. W
20 ft of S 50 ft of lot
5, and E 20 ft of S
50ftoflot6,andW
40 ft of E 120 ft of
N 97 ft of (except
Rondo street) 7 87 63 60
St. Paul Building So
ciety No. 1, W 80 ft
of N 97 ft of (ex
cept alley and Kent
street) .". 7 27 6360
Mackubin & Marshall's Addition to St.
Paul.
Supposed owner and
description. Lot. Block. Benefits
W lI M cad 30 23 $63-60
Dennis Short 29 23 63 60
I horn as Ryan 28 23 03 60
Alfred Fredlnnd.... 27 23 63 00
Orviile E Millis 26 23 63 60
Peter A An berg 25 23 63 60
Same ' .....24 23 -63 GO
Bridget Walsh ~". - :
0'D0nne11 ........ .23 23 63 00
Robert Wallich 22 23 03 60
Mary E Walker 21 23 63 00
Chas JEdmnndson..2o 23 03 GO
Martha Tupper. ... .19 23 63 00
Janet and Fred
Evans 18 23 63 00
Dennis Short.,. 17 23 13 00
E A Hem men way... 16 23. 58 00
AugFHane. 1 24 63 00
C Hcßride .2 24 63 00
II Anfang 3 24 63 00
Horace S Fu11er..... 4 24 .63 go
Geo W Knee ...5 24 03 60
Geo F and Mary Pat
well.... ....6 ,24 63 60
JDMoran.... 7 24 £5 00
Same 8 24 63 60
5ame........... 9 24 63 60
JBChaney .10 24 63 00
Same ...... ......11 ?j 63 00
5ame......... 12 24 63 00
Silas BFoote 13 24 03 69
Same ............ 14 24 -63 60
Same ...........15 . 24 58 00
All objections to said assessment must
5
be made in writing and filed with the
Clerk of said Board at least one day
prior to said meeting.
R. L. GORMAN, President.
Official: • : W. F. Ebwin,
128-129 Clerk Board of Public Works
UNITED STATES MARSHAL SALE-
United States ol America, District of
Minnesota— ss. .
Under and by virtue of an execution issued
out of and under the seal of the district court,
of the United States for the district of Min
nesota, upon a judgment rendered and dock
eted on the third day of June. A. D. 1884. in
a suit wherein the United States of America
is plaintiff and the Duluth Iron Company la
defendant, in favor of said plaintiff and
against said defendant, for the sum of four
thousand two hundred thirty-seven and
43-100 (-1,237 43-100) dollars, with interest
from rendition, and the costs, and to me di
rected and delivered, I did on the 13th of
April, A. D. 1888, levy upon and seize as the
property ot the defendant, the Duluth Iron
Company, the following described real es
tate, situated in the city of Duluth, described
as follows: - .
Lot numbered two (2], in the first subdi
vision of Rice's Point, in the village of Du
luth, county of St. Louis and state of Minne
sota, according to the recorded plat thereof,
containing twenty-four (24) acres of land,
the same more or less ; also tbat certain lot
or parcel of land described as fol
lows: The west one-half (Vt) ''-*>; of :
the northwest one-quarter (W) of
(section numbered ten (10) of township
numbered forty-seven (-17) of range num
bered eighteen (18), containing eighty (80)
acres, be the same more or less ; also thai
certain lot or parcel of land described as fol
lows, that is to say : the south one-half (Vi) of
the northwest quarter (<A),and lot num
bered three (3) of section numbered two (2)
of township numbered forty-seven (47) of
range numbered eighteen (18), containing
one hundred sixteen and three oue-hun
dredths (116 3-100) acres, be the same more
or less ; also the following described lot or
parcel of laud, that is to say : so much of the
south one-half (<&) of the southwest one
quarter (14) of the northwest one-quarter
(14) of section numbered nine (9) of town
ship numbered forty-seven (47) of
range numbered eighteen (18) as lies cast of
a line parallel to and one hundred (100) feet
east of the center of the main line of the St.
Paul & Duluth railroad, as it is at present lo
cated, containing fifteen (15) acres, be the
same more or less also that certain lot or
parcel of laud described as follows, that is to
say: so much of the south one-half (Vt) of
the northwest one-quarter (Vt) of the north
east one-quarter of section numbered nine
teen (19) of township numbered forty-seven
(47) of range numbered eighteen (18) as
lies east of a line parallel to and
one hundred (100) feet east from the center
line of the main line of the said St. Paul & Du
luth railroad, containing eight (8) acres, be
the same more or less; also the following
described lot or parcel of land, that is to say:
The northeast one-quarter (Vt) of the south
west one-quarter of the northeast one-quarter
(Vi) of section numbered nineteen (19) ot
township numbered forty seven (47) of
range numbered eighteen (18), containing
ten (10) acres, be the same more or less;
also that certain lot or parcel of land de
scribed as follows, that is to say : the south
east one-quarter (Vj) of northeast one
quarter and the northeast one-quarter of the
southeast one-quaater (Vt) of section num
bered fourteen (14) of township numbered
forty-five (45), of range numbered twenty
(20), containing in the whole eighty (80)
acres, be the same more or less; also the fol
lowing described lot or parcel of land, that
is to say : all the right, title and interest of
the Duluth Iron company in and to all of
section numbered one (1) and the south
one-half (ft) of the southeast one-quarter
(Vi) of section numbered two (2) ; also all
of section numbered three (3), and the
southeast one-quarter (Vt) of the
southeast one-quarter (Vt) of sec
tion numbered four (4) ; also all
of section numbered nine (9) and the north
east one-quarter (Vt) of the southeast one
quarter and the south one-half (■.->) of the
southeast one-quarter of section numbered
ten (10); also, all of section numbered
eleven (11) and the northwest one-quarter
(Vt) of the northwest one-quarter (Vi) or sec
tion numbered twelve (121 : also, all of sec
tion thirteen 1 (13) and lot numbered seven
(7) and lot numbered eight (8) of section
numbered fourteen (14) ; also, all of section
numbered fifteen (15), and all of section
numbered twenty-one (21); also, the south
west one-quarter PA) of the southwest one
quarter (Vi) of section numbered twenty-two
(22) ; also, all ot section numbered twenty
three (23), all of section numbered twenty
five (25). and all of section numbered twen
ty-seven (27). section numbered twenty-nine
(29), in township numbered forty-five (45),
of range numbered twenty (20) ; also, all of
ots numbered one (1), two (2), three (3), five
(5), six (6) and seven (7), and the southeast
one-quarter (Vi) of the southeast one-quarter
(Vi) of section numbered five (5), and the
southeast one-quarter (Vt) of the southeast
one-quarter (Vi) of section numbered eight
(8), and lots numbered four (4) and six (9) ;
also, the southwest one-quarter (Vi) of the
southwest one -quarter (Vi) of section num
bered nine (9) ; also.all of section numbered
nineteen (19), and lot numbered three (3)
of section numbered twenty (20) ; also all of
section numbered twenty-nine (29) of town
ship numbered forty-five (45) of range num
bered nineteen (19); also township num
bered forty-seven (47) of range numbered
eighteen (18) described as follows, that is to
ay: beginning at the north line of said
ownship number forty-seven >t7 )aud end
ing at the north line "of section numbered
twenty-five (25) ; also all of section numbered
one (1) and the northeast one-quarter (Vi) of
cction numbered three (3) ; also the northwest
one-quarter (Vi) of the southeast one-quarter
(Vi); also the northeast one-quarter (Vi) of
the southwest one-quarter (Vi) of section
numbered three (3) ; also the southeast one
quarter (Vi)and the northwest one-quarter(^)
of section numbered five (5) ; also the north
one-half (i->) and the northwest one-quarter
Vi) of section numbered seven (7) ; also the
north one-half (V») and the southeast one
quarter (Vi) of section ncmbered eight (8)
also the northeast one-quarter (Vi) of
the southeast one-quarter (Vi) of section
numbered ten (10); also the south one
half (Vi) of section numbered eleven
(11); also the south one-half (Vi)
of the northwest one-quarter (Vi); also the
northwest one-quarter (Vi) of the southwest
one.quarter (Vi) of section numbered twelve
(12) ; also section numbered thirteen*! 13) and
the north one-half (Vi) of the northwest one
quarter of section numbered fourteen (14)
also the south one-half (V' 2) of section num
bered fifteen (15) ; also the northeast one
quarter (Vi) and the southeast one-quarter
(Vi) of the northwest one-quarter (Vi) of sec
tion numbered fifteen (15) ; also the south
one-half (*/*) of the southeast one-quarter
(Vi) of section numbered seventeen (17);
also the south" one-half (Vi) and the north
west one-quarter (Vi) ! of section numbered
nineteen (19) ; also the east one-half (V 2) of
the southeast one-quarter (Vi); also the
: southwest one-quarter ( Vi) of the southeast
I one-quarter (Vi) of section numbered twenty
(20) ; also the west one-half (V 2) and west
one-half (Vt) of the southeast one-quarter
(Vi) of section numbered twenty-one (21);
also the whole of section numbered twenty
three (23) : also the west one-half (Vi) of the
southwest one-quarter (Vi) and the south
east one quarter (Vi) of the southwest one
quarter (Vi) of section numbered twenty
four (24) ; also the east one-half (V 2) of the
northwest one-quarter. (Vi), and the east one
half (V 2) of the southwest one-quarter (14) of
section numbered ten (10), township num
bered forty-seven (47), range numbered
eighteen (18), in Carlton county.
Notice is hereby given that I will sell all
the right, title and interest of the above
named defendant in ana to the above-de
scribed real estate at public aution, at the
front entrance to the custom bouse, in the
city of St. Paul, on Thursday, the 31st day
of May, A. D. 1888, at 10 o'clock of said day,
to the highest bidder for cash, to satisfy said
execution with interest and costs.
W. M. CAMPBELL,
United States Marshal.
George N. Baxter,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Dated at St. Paul, Minn., April 14th, 1888 v
Assessment for Grading Robie
Street and Bancroft Avenue.
Office Boaiid of Public Works, )
City of St. Paul, Minn., May 4, 1888. i
The Board of Public Works' in and
for the corporation of the city of St.
Paul, Minnesota, will meet at their office
in said city at 2 p. m. on the 17lh day of"
May, A. D. 1888, to make an assessment
of benefits, costs arid expenses arising
from grading Robie street, from Ban
croft avenue to the right of way of the
Minnesota & Northwestern Railway
company, and Bancroft avenue, from
Concord street to Congress street, in
said city, on the property on the line of
said improvement, and deemed bene
fited thereby amounting in the aggre
gate to $4,254.a5.
Ail persons interested are hereby no
tified to be present at said time" and
place of making said assessment, and
will be heard.
- It. L. GORMAN, President.
Official: W. F. Erwix,
123-129 Clerk Board of Public Works.
a ¥ jj I— ' ir— •»
Cullum* Painless Method of
Tooth Extraction.
iT-iISTGr,- tgil, T-7E».
COR. SEVENTHand WABASHA. ST. PAUL

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