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AS WISE AS THE ATHENIAN.
Solon Humphreys Closes a Profita
ble Real Estate Deal.
Ei> Paso, Tex., June 11.— Solon Hum
phreys, of New York, for himself and
his associates, has about closed here an
important deal for the sale of 400,000
acres of land in the state of Chihuahua,
Hex.; to Andrew J. Stewart and George
A. Brown, of Salt Lake City, agents of
the Mormon church of Latter Day
Saints, for colonization purposes. This
Bale is a portion of the Dorralitos grant,
and will leave the syndicate 800,000
acres, with valuable silver mines and
large herds of cattle, sheep and gouts.
The purchase money aggregates $500.
--000. Mr. Humphreys leavos here to-day
for New York. The grant of which the
tract disposed of is apportion was pur
chased by Mr. Humphreys and others
several years ago for $300,000.
■*»
LOCAL IUE"*-TIO-V'.
Vose's Millinery Parlors,
19 Manheimer Block, St. • Paul. The
most elegant, tasteful and becoming
summer milliner
Grote's Tivoll.
Concert to-night. Seibert's band.
- See the Jewel
Gasoline Stove— only perfect—be
fore buying. Robert Seeger, sole agent,
200 East Seventh street-
They Have Come.
Our second car of the Leonard Dry
Air Refrigerators arrived to-day. Many
are being delivered on back orders. Call
early or you may not find the size you
want. Guaranteed the best Refrig
erator made and costs no more than the
old styles. St. Paul Hardware Co.,
Seventh and Minnesota streets, sole
figents.
Delightful Office for Rent.
A splendid office on ground floor of
Globe building is for rent from May 1.
An excellent location for any impor
tant financial institution, it having a
large fire and burglar-proof vault in it.
Inquire at Globe counting room.
Lawn Mowers.
The old reliable Philadelphia is al
ways the best we have. Car load to sell
to everybody at lowest wholesale prices.
St. Paul Hardware Co., Seventh and
Minnesota streets.
Read the Following.
From St. Paul, Minneapolis and Still
water §14 will be the rate to Cincinnati
and return, June 8 to 11, good to return
June 15 to 25.
Fifteen dollars and eighty-five cents
will also be the rate to St. Louis and re
turn, June 11 to 14 inclusive.
Ten dollars will take you to Chicago
and return, June 16 to 19 inclusive, good
to return June 20 to 25 inclusive.
The above rates are open to the pub
lic, and tickets will be good on the
Famous Vestibuled Trains of "The
Northwestern Line," Chicago, St. Paul,
Minneapolis & Omaha Railway.
For further details apply at No. 159
East Third street, or Union Depot, St.
Paul; No. 13 Nicollet House block, or
Union Depot, Miuneopolis; or address
T. W. Teasdale, General Passenger
Agent, St. Paul.
Send Your Umbrellas,
Parasols and Canes to Robert Seeger,
JOO East Seventh street, for repairs.
' DIED.
ri-ACSr— St. Paul, Sunday, June 10, at
11:45 a. m., at residence of Mrs. Shanni
hau, corner Carroll and Miller streets, Mag
gie, beloved daughter of Thomas and Mary
Tracy, aged eight years. Funeral from res
idence Tuesday, June 12, at 8:30 a.m.;
service at St. Joseph's church at 9 o'clock.
Friends invited.
BROWN— At St. Paul, June 11, Elmer A.,
infant son of Dr. Le Roy and Nina Brown.
Funeral to-day at 2:30 from the residence,
886 Payne avenue. Detroit and Eastern
papers please copy.
FOR FUNERALS— Carnages for %2 and
hearse $3. E. W. Shirk's livery stable, 284
East Ninth street, corner Rosabel street.
KG*E_«E_%TS.
N OTICE IS S__K£BX given to
the public that the law firm of Thomp
ton & .McDonald, of St. Paul, Minnesota, has
*>een dissolved by mutual consent. Dated
lune 11, 1888. E. S. Thompson, W. H. Mc-
Donald.
B .^ru w Eie.?**-*"*^
~^ -KUTALpowd.S
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies. A marvel
of purity, strength and wholesomeness.
More economical than the ordinary,
kinds, and can not be sold in competition
with the multitude of low test, short
weight, alum or phosphate, powders.
Sold only in cans. Royal Baking
Powdeu Co., 100 Wall street. New York
STORAGE
Household Goods.
STORAGE
Buggies, Carriages and Sleighs.
STORAGE
Car Lots a specialty. Track into build
ing.
C. B. THURSTON,
201, 203, 205 Eagle Street,
Telephone Call 544-3. ST. PAUL.
Notice of Application for Liquor
License.
City Clerk's Office, )
St. Paul, June 11, 1888. J
To "Whom It May Concern:
Notice, is hereby given that the fol
lowing named person has applied for a
license to sell intoxicating liquors for
the year 1888, at the place or location
hereinafter stated:
Roessler, A., 152 Concord street.
Now, therefore, notice is further given
that said application will be heard and
considered by the undersigned at the
City Clerk's office in the City Hall, on
Saturday, the 23d day of June. A. D.
1888, at 10 o'clock a. m., where all per
sons interested may appear and will be
heard.
THOS. A. PRENDERGAST,
June 12-2t-tues City Clerk.
i
BRA \t | **■ The famous Moxie Nerve
[iff 1I V IL Food Beverage slakes the
ill . I if. I 8 thirst from summer heat,
111 I*l -I -a docs belter and prevents
the after effects of Liquors and Tobacco, re
moving their odor from the brer.th at once,
gives the weakly and nervous double power
of endurance and takes away the tired
felling like magic, without reaction or harm.
For sale everywhere.
AIfHJSEifIEI%TB.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE
Closing Event of the Season !
Wednesday Evening, June 13. Compli
mentary Benefit tendered to Mrs. L.
N. Scott by the favorite
St. Paul Ideal Minstrels !
St. Paul Banjo Club!
Garrick Club I
Minneapolis Mandolin Club I
And a host of Local Dramatic and Vocal
Favorites. Music by Seibert' Grchestra.
Sale now open. Curtain rises promptly
at 8. Secure seats early.
PEOPLE'S THEATER.
' Corner Sixth and Franklin Sts.
C. J. WILSON, -" Manager
L. W. WALKER, - - - Business Manager
Grand | MONDAY, I Grand
Opening! j Rese^dlaUwmbe Opening!
Pni*c:aVo on sale at Butt & Farn- Pnv.alro
rOIbd&B ham's, 155 East Third rUrbdlHJ
Ma street, from Saturday Wn
JUG at 10 a. m. until Moil- ra *.
Not. g* **?•".* 6*. Not.
DIME MUSEUM,
KOHL, MIDDLETON & CO., Proprietors.
Week beginning June 14.
Star Museum Opera Company in
-THE MASCOT.-
PROF. ABTS "FATA MORGANA,"
And other marvels. Admission to all is still
ONE DIME. ONE DIME.
First Annual Concert of
THE AMPHiON CLUB!
Assisted by i-V.v.y
MISS ELLA MORRIS, Pianist,
And the
St. Paul Philharmonic Orchestra
Tuesday Evening, June 12.
Market Hall. Admission, 50 Cents.
Base Ball This Afternoon,
JUNE 12, AT ATHLETIC PARK,
ST. PAUL vs. DES MONES.
Game Called At 3:80 P. SE,
Motor leaves foot of Jackson street at 3p.
m. Returning right from the park imme
diately after the game.
- THE
GETTYSBURG
WAR PANORAMA
Cor. Sixth and St. Peter Sts.. St. Paul.
INMAN TRANSPORTATION LINE
The Fast and Staunch Steamer
OSSIFRAGE,
Will leave the Northern Pacific Dock at DU
LUTH for PORT ARTHUR and Interme
diate Nortli Shore Ports every Monday and
Thursday Evenings at S o'clock.
Returning, will leave PORT ARTHUR for
DULUTH every Tuesday and Friday Even
ings at 5 o'clock, touching at intermediate
points. For fieisht or passage apply to the
INMAN TRANSPORTATION LINE, Duluth,
in person or by letter.^.
Furs outage.
Now is the time to . repair
and put your furs away for
the summer, and have them
all ready for fall. Bring* them
to
M.J.O'BRIEN
424 Jackson St., Cor. Seventh,
HATTER, GENTS' FURNISHER
AND SHIRTMAKER.
ST. PAULBOffuNG"WORKS
128 Dakota Avenue.
(Telephone 919-2.)
Agents for Jansen & Craid's
ORANGE CIDER,
And manufacturers of
LEMON SODE.
These delicious drinks, besides their
thirst-quenching and other agreeable
qualities, are potent aids to good diges
tion, tonics, and food to the nervous ap
paratus, form the best remedies for de
rangements of the mucous membranes,
and while powerful for good are abso
lutely without harmful ingredients or
qualities.
Send for catalogue, and beware of
| worthless imitations. Our line of bot
tled goods is the most extended and
complete of any similar house on earth
$14.85 CASH B^ ne a & od _&
room suite at the
S. N. ABLER FURNITURE CO.,
264-266 E. 7th St., St. Paul, Minn.
HO CI IIQ DENTIST — Parlors 450
Dili LLLIOi . Wabasha, corner Eighth
street. Guaranteed dental •work : low Price."
artistic gold filling, 82 gold and plat.a-.__.
alloy fillings, 1 ; gold gold crowns, $10,
THE SAINT PAUL DAILY GLOBE: TUESDAY ; MORNING; JUNE -12, 1883.
A l 1
r#s»Sß *Vl__n_? •- TUESDAY, JUNE 12. -| /
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PLYMOUTH
CLOTHING H°USK«
m: ____ i^^.^_WfS Jl^^T^^m_^^^^^^
The Fourth of our Series of Six Promenade Con
certs will be given at our New St. Paul Store,
Wednesday Evening, June 13th, by the Great West
ern Band, George Seibert leader, commencing
promptly at 7:30 and closing at 9:30. The follow- I
ing is the Programme, and it is a good one: I
i.
1 March •'Magellan" Casey
2 Waltz "Flowers of the Forest" Reed
3. Overture ". "Comedy" Keler Bela
4 Idvlle "Pure as Snow Lange
5.' Selection "Nanon" Genu
11.
6 Overture "Pretty as a Picture" Catlin
7 Piccolo Solo "Palaceade Concert" Thien
8 Selections "Robert Le.Diable" Meyerbeer
9*. Patrol Comique ™.;v.***,v;,'** 'U'V ..Hendley
10. Medley "TidßUs" Operatic" Beyer
I Certainly there is a thousands of nice peo- i
first-class programme, pie that we depend for
performed by afirst-class the success of this great
band and conducted by enterprise. Any one *
a first-class leader. who has once been inside .
Mr. Seibert says that of the Plymouth Cloth
the music sounds finely ing House and seen the
in our spacious store, the character and size of the
extensive light opening stocks in all departments
in the center of the sec- will not hesitate to call
ond floor adding to the and examine quality and
good acoustic proper- price when they get
ties. Never mind how ready to buy, and then
we can afford to make they will become perma- a
such a concert entirely nent customers. We have J
free to whoever comes. ] already secured half the ;
r\^i~ *...-. »,nAnlo o-r»__ of people in St. Paul as permanent ens-.
Ulliy nice people dlt. ell- tomers, and now we are after the other
I tracted by nice mUSiC, hSo gentlemen, and ladies too, if yon I "
I a *j • ___ 4/1, _ c*-i-i-rv»-k#-v*-*i- have any 'music in your soul" come v '•".
f and. It IS On lUe SUppOn, ann - make us a pleasant call on Wednes- 1 j
I __."-_ ~,-.«~.,,...™,-v .-«,... 4 /-.-F day evening next and we will not talk £
1 and encouragement oi Bbop until you get ready, f
*> M^*_*M*-*i****M*'M*a«^^ .ni ii ■ in i ~-^_~3| ;■
DICKINSON'S!
FOURTH, FIFTH AND ST. PETER STREETS, ST. PAUL.
THIS CARRIAGE $7.50.
Full Square Reed Body / Upholstered in best of figured Ramie. Parasol or Canopy
Top, Wood or Wire Wheels. Sent anywhere on receipt of price. We a/so show ove
300 different styles of Carriages and guarantee to undersell any merchant in Minne
ota. Send for Catalogue. 7". • '-^
TiUANPHERiCO7
ill Ai LrHil lillli QLuUip
MEN'S FURNISHERS
AND
sillies !
Shirts To Order. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
153 East Third Street, four doors above Merchants Hotel,
ST. PAUL. j
Henry E. Wedelstaedt & Co.,
STJ^TIO3ST_E3_FI,
Engraves Wedding Invitations, Announcements, Visiting Cards, Monograms,
Crests, Seals, Dies, etc. Stationery Stamped and Illuminated. Call aud see the
novelties in Staple and Fancy Stationery. Seaside Libraries.
REMOVED TO 95 EAST THIRD STREET ST. PAUL, MINN:
THE CONSTANTINOPLE, SS
373 Jackson Street, St PauL EST.
Turkish Rugs, Carpets, Curtains, Tidies, Scarfs and Embroideries. Not ii
Auction, but a Permanent institution. E. J. OLIVIER, Proprietor.
EYE and EARSiPSlfnVI^^^
___, T t_L AIMU fc_A*\Pv - HfßstisSls 1 or 8 *- for a Box oi
*"■ ■ *—* *—**,***■ ■ I. hShiH ! MACKS tine Horae-
Dr. J. G. Walker, 104 East Third Street, SL 11 «H?S| . j 6 vnc.ie CASEY. 100
Paul, attend, exclusively to the eye and ear. i I I pjl 4§" \ ' r | l.a-t £ev..*_U_ Street
ARTIFICIAL EYES. • I«^M § v I 3 *•***>
piL.ii .. . '■■—■! "■"■ i ■■■■in i iii mm mm
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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL JEWELER.
WE ASK YOUR ATTENTION,
Until we give you adescription of the Bargains iv Diamonds and Watches
offered by us this week.
% "-J/i— WORTH $55— OPEN FACE
«jP*-J--±l gent's filled case watch; very ■ fine
Hampden nickel movement; stem winder
and setter; Louis XIV. box case. No. 17,
page 53. . ■■:*'" ■ >.
•5,1 , 7 p r~ WORTH $30— WE OFFER
•# ±*J» i *J this lady's hunting filled case
watch, stem wind, Elgin movement, fancy
engraved cases, warranted " to wear for ten
years. No. 19, page 60. .
C?*_>Q— WORTH $55— A GENT'S HUNT
*SOA ing Boss filled case watch, with a
very fine %-plate nickel Rockford stem wind
movement, top and bottom engraved, cases
warranted for twenty . - years. No. 13,
page 48. - - . =■■■ - ..'.
(J|?OA— WORTH $45— A HUNTING
*4P/*wt_* Crown filled case lady's watch,
stem winder and setter, Elgin jeweled move
ment, neatly engraved cases; will wear for
twenty years. No. 3, page 51.
<?19/1 WORTH 543-A GENT'S
•4P/-Jy*_b.f^U hunting filled case watch,
stem winder and setter, and a reliable Elgin
movement, fancy engraved cases. No. 1,
page 62.
C A O— WORTH $70— A LADY'S HUNT
vT-*i ing case, 14-carat gold watch; fine
Elgin movement; stem winder and setter;
fancy engraved cases ; No. 7, page 60.
•gOO — WORTH $50 — A SOLID
vdAsiTj. I*J gold lady's hunting case
watch; Elgin stem wind movement; richly
engraved cases; nearly new; No. 8, page 61.
ffl?/_?n— WORTH $90— A LADY'S HUNT
«4PvJv_» ing case, 14-carat gold watch; stem
winder and setter; Elgin movement; en
graved cases containing a genuine diamond;
"No. 7, page 53.
- WORTH $80— A 14-CARAT GOLD
vpU\J lady's hunting case watch; it has a
very fine nickel, full-jeweled Elgin move
ment; stem winder and setter; elegantly en
graved cases; No. 14, page 59.
(jJ;OA- WORTH $60— A LADY'S SOLID
*4?Oty gold hunting case watch; Elgin
stem wind movement; very nicely engraved
cases; "So. 17, page 64.
Come in and look these goods over; it won't
of Gold and Silver Watches in the Northwest,
and guarantee perfect work. Our mail ordei
where in the West, C. O. D., with privilege of
$20,000 TO I.OA***. AT J_OW RATES.
SIMON The Pawnbroker, Wholesale and Retail Jeweler, 314 Jackson Street,
ST.PAUL, MINN., MERCHANTS HOTEL BLOCK.
RETIREMENT
FROM BUSINESS.
Notice is hereby given that we
have this clay sold our entire inter
est in the Washington Meat Market,
No. 381 Robert street, St. Paul, to
William Ford and Brother.
In retiring from business "we sin
cerely thank our friends and the
public generally for the liberal pat
ronage which has been extended to
us, and ask that it be continued to
our successors, feeling assured that
the Messrs. Ford are both willing
and able to give entire satisfaction
to all who call on them at the old
stand. , *. _.*_' -./ -:'zi .-J:_ ;; , : . '■: ■„
G. W. WENT WORTH & CO.
v- June 11, £888. , U*w£ _**■*•.-..,
" ■■'■ ' t -£„■--
NEW CONCERN.
To the Public : In succeeding to
the business of G. W. Wentworth &
Co. we are aware we have a good
reputation to sustain, and hope by
a careful and intelligent application
to business to merit a continuance
of their large and high-grade pat
ronage. We have had an experi
ence in butchering for over twenty
years, and feel assured that we can
give the very best satisfaction to
the most critical. We shall con
tinue business at No. 381 Robert St.
WILLIAM FORD & BRO.
June 11, 1888. ~
OFFICES FOR RENT.
6DE__IGHTFXJI_ OFFICE ROOMS
newly finished and ready for occu
pancv; three or four double offices on dif
erent floors, and a large office with vault on
ground floor of new Globe building, are for
rent. Unequaled in the city. Inquire at
Globe counting room of
LEWIS BAKER, Jr.
__m ' SCHLIEK&CO.
Wp^l! 85 and 89 East Third St., St.Pa ill.
. Novelties in Ladies' and Gents'
Mff&llk FINE SHOES !
JPHnfe tint anUto I
; e*fi '^_e_l^^^>* f "'<*-'"^^. Also Ladies' Patent Leather Tip Shoes,
5 ■' :< - ga«ir jP--*l-'L'ffi«i^lak. *-'-- s ' received a large stock of our
*' ''^^S^h Great $3.50 Shoes for gentlemen. De
* 9gs^livered free to any address upon receipt
f -gsJH^fSy *-s^_if*^^^^i_W^ Write for our new illustrated catalgu o
f
Confirmation of Assessment for Paving Selby Avenue.
% ' Office of the Board of Pubeic Works, 1
1 City of St. PAUE.Minn., June 8, 1888. J
I The assessment of benefits, costs and expenses arising from paving Selby
■Venue, from St. Albans street to Summit avenue, with cedar blocks and curbing
fwith granite, together with the necessary sewer connections, in the city
* s of St. Paul, Minnesota, having been completed by the Board of Public Works
fin and for said city, said Board will meet at their office in said city, at 2 p.m.
on the 25th day of June, 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, and the amounts assessed against the same, to-wit:
Supposed owner and "" Vv. - Paving and Sewer con- Total
description. _ - _**".."■ ..-•.. curbing, nections. benefits
Mary A Kittson. Easterly 292^ feet of Selby block, „_ _ n M„, ian ow
in Dayton & Irvine's addition to St. Paul. $1,120 25 $0 00 $1,120 2o
Minnie De Graff. Westerly 60 feet of Ely 352^ ft of
i^^.?.?^.t^JL^^:»^ $230 00 $30 00 $260 00
M L Griswold. Westerly 60 feet of Ely 412K ft of
' Paul 7 . b .?? k .\..^ *230 0° 10 00 $230 00
Robert S Rantoul, Trustee. Westerly 60 feet of Ely
472)^ ft of Selby block, in Dayton & Irvine's addi- .* .
tion to St. Paul .....!........ _.....".. $230 00 $0 00 $230 00
A X Fahnestock. Westerly 55 feet of Ely 527K ft of
Selby block, in Dayton & Irvine's addition to St. - „ _«_,',«
Paul.. ....7... , $21100 $3000 $24100
Cath V Knight. Westerly 55 feet of Ely SESKftof
Selby - block in Dayton's & Irvine's addition to _*_„««
St. Raul ... .."-...............v...*. .-.• $21100 $0 00 $21100
Martha M Bunker. Westerly 50 ft of Sly 83 ft of
* Ely 632K ft of Selby block, in Dayton & Irvine's _ ■ . .
, addition to St. Pau1.. "... .V..:»..... $19150 $0 00 $19150
'♦Kf-.V ) - WORTH $100— A VERY
'M'V&.tJVJ fine hunting case gent's 14
carat gold watch, Elgin stem wind move
ment, with a full-engraved shell case; No.
19, page .47.
****-.£. AH— WORTH $65— A SOLID GOLD
w:J\J»»J\J gents hunting case watch; it
has an excellent Elgin stem wind movement,
but very little worn and a reliable timepiece;
No. 8, page 62. . -•
(jjjl WORTH $200— OFFER A
*%mJ*J lady's diamond ring, five very
white stones, very brilliant and no flaws of
any kind; plain hoop gold mounting. The
number is 1030. . ■ .
•"EMf)— WORTH 565-WE WILL SELL
•*JP**v/_ you a diamond ring, -one stone,
good size, finely cut, entirely .perfect and
brilliant; plain gold mounting. No. 2382.
©If-! An— WORTH $30— A DIAMOND
*4j"*XvJ.t/l_/ scarf pin, composed of one
diamond and a fine opal mounted in the
form of a butterfly. No. 2146. '
©OK— WORTH $140— CAN SELL
VPW you a pair of diamond eardrops,
finely matched, extra good color, very per
fect and brilliant; skeleton gold mountings.
No. 2001. ■_ * °
©I WORTH $225— ONE VERY FINE
*S>.LfJ\J diamond lace pin; the stone
weigbs about 1% carat; good depth and sur
face; absolutely perfect and brilliant; plain
gold mounting. No. 2254.
ffl?o*7 An— WORTH $60— A DIAMOND
*4?* > -' i •« 9\J cross, six white and perfect
stones; engraved gold mounting. No. 2118.
$00- WORTH $55 — A SOLID GOLD
*J»J hunting case gent's watch, stem
winder and setter, Elgin movement, hand
somely engraved cases; No. 11, page 64.
(};97 An— WORTH $46.50— AN OPEN
»ip<*v # »O\J face gent's filled case watch,
stem wind, Elgin movement; No. 7, page 57.
<i*0"l An— WORTH $50 — A HUNTING
iip.Jl.UKj case, 14-carat lady's gold watch,
Illinois stem wind movement; No. 13, page
50.
ffi*ry WORTH DIAMOND COL
*P / .U\J lar button, white stone and Ro
man gold mounting; No. 1938;
cost you anything. We have the largest stock
We make a specialty of fine Watch Repairing
r system is perfect, and we send goods any
examination.
APPEAL NOTICE.
Assessment for Opening, Widen
ing and Extension of an Alley
in Evans' Addition.
Office Board of Public Works, I
City of St.Pave, Minn., June 11,1888. i
Notice is hereby given that the as- .
sessment of benefits, damages, costs
and expenses arising from the opening,
widening and extension of an alley
through blocks 1, 2, 3 and 4, Evans' ad
dition to St. Paul, from Payne avenue to
Greenbrier avenue, in the city of St. Paul,
Minnesota, has been completed and en
tered of record by the Board of Public
Works in and for said city, and that said
assessment was confirmed by said-Board
on the 7th day of June, A. D. 1888.
R. L. GORMAN, President.
Official: W. F. Erwjx,
164 Clerk Board of Public Works.
APPEAL NOTICE.
Assessment for Opening, Widen
ing and Extension of Milton
Street.
Office Board of Pubeic Works, »
City of St. Paul, Minn., June 1,1888. J
Notice is hereby given that the assess
ment of benefits, damages, costs and ex
penses arising from the opening, widen
ing and extension of Milton street, to a
width of sixty feet, from St. Clair street
to the right of way of the Chicago,
Milwaukee . & St. Paul Railway
company (Short Line), iv the city
of : St. Paul, Minnesota, has been
completed and entered of record by the
Board of Public Works in and for said
city, and that said assessment was con
firmed by said Board on the 7th day of
June, A.D. 1888.
R. L. GORMAN, President.
Official: . W. F. Ekwin,
164 Clerk Board of Public Works.
INTERNATIONAL
HOTEL.
Center of business. Electric bells
•nd all modern improvements. Dining
I room unsurpassed. $2 per day.
P. DOUGHER. Pronrhtor. St. Paul.
Supposed owner and Paving and Sewer con- Tot***
description. ' ': :-. ' curbing. nections. Benefits
C H Kooinson. -Westerly 50 ft of Ely 682K ft of
• Selby block, in Dayton & Irvine's addition to St.
Pau1..................... $19150 $30 $22150
CSDay. Westerly 150K feet of Ely 833 ft of Selby '-i~-..-V
--block, in Dayton & Irvine's addition to St. Paul . . . $574 50 $60 00 $634 50
DAMonfort. Westerly 59K feet of Ely 892^ ft of
Selby block, in Dayton & Irvine's addition to St. * >.-:.'*
.Paul... $228 00 $30 00 $258 00
G W.Moore. Westerly 127 V feet of Ely 1,020 ft of
Selby block, in Dayton & Irvine's addition to St.
Pau1.........'. $488 50 $60 00 $548 50
Hezekiah Hall. Westerly 80 feet of Ely 1,100 ft of
Selby block, in Dayton & Irvine's Addition to St.
Paul $-30650 $6000 $£6550
Charles Michaud. Easterly 94 feet of W'lv 140 ft of
Sly 110 ft of Selby block, in Dayton & Irvine's
addition to St. Paul $360 00 $60 00 $420 00
Hannah Burke. Westerly 46 feet of Sly 110 ft
of Selby block, in Dayton & Irvine's addition to St.
■Paul ; - $176 25 $30 00 $206 25
Dayton & Irvine's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and Paving and Sewer con- Total
t. ; description. Lot. Block, curbing, nections. benefits.
KM Newport 26, 27&2S 71 $81100 $0 00 $61100
MAKittson 1 7i 478 75 30 00 508 75
5ame...... .... ... 2 71 252 75 30 00 282 75
Henry Ritzke, Ely 52 ft of '. 3 71 199 25 30 00 229 25
Fred J Riley, W'ly 14 ft of 3 71 53 00 0 00 53 00
Same, Ely 20 ft of 4 71 99 50 0 00 99 50
M Houlihan, W'ly 40 ft of 4 71 153 00 30 00 183 00
5 l »f"S JReid....... 5 71 28000 000 230 00
E E Witt, Ely y 2 of (Except W'ly 20 ft) 6 71 291 75 000 291 75
FA Carle, W'ly 20 ft of Ely V of 6 71 76 50 0 00 76 50
Margaret Knebel, W'ly Hof 6 71 37150 000- 37150
G Dressel. 1 77 574 50 000 574 50
Annie L Hendnckson 12 77 574 50 000 574 50
CJTinimerman 1 76 543 75 60 00 603 75
Edward H Cutler 12 76 543 75 30 00 573 75
FA Shepard 8 79 272 00 000 272 00
Same (except W'ly 4 ft) 7 79 256 50 000 256 50
Eliz P Grant, W'ly 4 ft of 7 79 15 25 0 00 15 25
Same... 6 79 272 00 000 272 00
Sam'l McConnell 5 79 272 00 30 00 302 00
Albert E Senkler 8 78 27100 000 27100
Same.... 7 78 27100 000 27100
AMRadchffe 6 78 27100 30 00 30100
MAStrahlein *. 5 78 27100 30 00 30100
FALarkin 1 75 540 00 60 00 600 00
PVDwyer 12 75 540 00 000 540 00
Kern's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and Paving and Sewer con- Total
description. Lot. Block, curbing, nections. benefits
Lovering and Backus (except N'ly 16 ft). . . .30 2 $153 00 $0 00 $153 00
Same aud same (except N'ly 16 ft) 29 2 153 00 000 153 00
Same and same (except N'ly 16 ft) 28 2 153 00 30 00 183 00
J L Lovering 27 2 153 00 30 00 183 00
RufusJßeed 26 2 153 00 000 153 00
Lucinda L Bigford 25 2 153 00 30 00 183 00
Mary Preston 24 2 153 00 000 153 00
W Weisenger... 23 2 153 00 000 153 00
Same 22 2 153 00 0 00 153 00
John E Haycock.. 21 2 153 00 30 00 183 00
James Linden 20 2 153 00 000 153 00
Hattie E Smith '.19 2 153 00 000 153 00
J WM Stees.... 18 2 153 00 30 00 183 00
Patrick H Ahem..- 17 2 153 00 000 153 00
Wm Mallory ;....' 16 2 153 00 30 00 183 00
Selby, McClung & Van Meter's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and Paving and Sewer con- Total
description. Lot. Block. Curbing, nections. benefits
Louis and Eliz Riggs 30 2 $153 00 $0 00 $153 00
MAHastie 29 2 153 00 0 00 153 00
Abbott 28 2 153 00 000 153 OO
John II Donahue. .....27 2 153 00 0 00 153 00
John McDonald. \.. ........ ~ v ...26 2 153 00 000 153 00
TC Vaughn ......25 2 153 00 SO 00 183 00
EWMcKey 24 2 153 00 30 00 183 00
Same 23 2 153 00 0 00 153 00
Louis DPetre 22 2 153 00 60 00 213 00
Same 21 2 153 00 30 00 183 00
John-Johnson 20 2 153 00 0 00 153 00
John A Tierney 19 2 153 00 30 00 183 00
ThosSlater 18 2 153 00 30 00 IS3 00
Bisbee& Fr05t...... 17 2 153 00 30 00 183 00
Same and same 16 2 182 50 30 00 212 50
Cochran's Subdivision of Block 11, Woodland Park Addition to St. Paul. .
Supposed owner and Paving and Sewer con- Total
description. Lot. curbing, nections. benefits
Frank Blair 1 $644 50 $0 00 $644 50
Sam'l T Bennett 20 19150 0 00 19150
KPCullen 19 19150 0 00 1915*
Jos D Simonton .18 19150 0 00 19150
Same 17 19150 0 00 19150
Charles Hoffman 16 19150 0 00 19150
JGDonnellv 15 19150 0 00 19150
Woodland Park Baptist Church 14 191 50 30 00 221 50
JWBishop. ... 13 .24950 30 00 279 50
;■_ .: ... Woodland Park Addition to St. Paul. / . t J
Supposed owner and Paving and Sewer con- Total
description. Lot. Block, curbing, nections. benefits
JJMcCardy 1 10 $208 25 $0 00 $208 25
SBSelby..*. 2 10 19150 30 00 22150
Same.. 3 10 19150 80 00 22150
Julia F Uodgkins, Ely % of 4 10 95 75 0 00 95 75
ER Bennett, W'ly X of 4 10 95 75 0 00 95 75
AElEvans..... „ 5 10 19150 30 00 22150
AEI Evans 6 10 19150 30 00 22150
D S Johnstone ..7 10 19150 ;30 00 22150
Same 8 10 19150 ' 30 00 22150
Thomas Slater 9 10 19150 SO 00 22150
John II Bryant 10 10 19150 0 00 19150
5ame...... 11 10 19150 30 00 221 50
City of St. Paul 12 10 208 25 0 00 208 25
JWBishop 1 5 234 75 30 00 264 75
Same 2 5 19150 30 00 22150
Same ...3 5 * 19150 60 00 25150
Henrietta Dryer ...." 4 5 19150 0 00 19150
Minnie D Berkey 5 5 19150 30 00 22150
Same... -. 6 5 19150 30 00 22150
Maria McCloud.. 7 5 19150 0 00 19150
Sam'l J Sloan 8 5 19150 30 00 22150
Florence Semple, N'ly 92 ft of ...'.' 9 5 191 50 000 19150
Same, N'ly 92 ft'of..... 10 5 19150 " 000 19150
Same, N'ly 92 ft 0f..... 11 5 234 75 30 00 264 75
JWBishop 1 4 61775 90 00 707 75
E J Hodgson 17 4 19150 30 00 22150
Same... 16 4 19150 30 00 22150
James Mitchell 15 4 19150 30 00 22150
RJandAFßeed 14 4 19150 0 00 19150
Jackson 13 4 19150 30 00 22150
AliceForbes 12 4 19150 0 00 19150
Jennie R McAfee 11. 4 19150 0 00 19150
Same 10 4 .234 75 000 234 75
RufusJßeid 22 3 272 00 0 00 272 00
John Ru5e....... 21 3 19150 0 00 19150
oKDavis 20 . 3 191.50 30 00 22150
A Baker 19 .3 19150 30 00 22150
ALLarpenteur 18 3 19150 000 19150
RJDavis. 17 " 3 19150 000 19150
NR Frost 16 3 19150 0 00 19150
Margaret Franklin 15 3 19150 000 19150
Joseph W Heninger 14 8 19150 30 00 22150
EmmaLßouleau 13 3 19150 30 00 22150
Mary E Wallich 12 3 272 00 000 272 00
J B Bressette, N'ly 92 %ft of 1 6 272 00 000 272 00
MaryMMcNamee 2 6 19150 000 19150
5ame........... ...3 6 19150 30 00 22150
Thos W Sheehy 4 6 19150 000 19150
Geo S Heron 5 6 19150 30 00 22150
John J Russell. 6 0 19150 0 00 19150
Sarah Hall.. 7 6 19150 0 00 19150
HN Jackson 8 6 19150 30 00 22150
St Paul City Railroad Co 9 6 19150 000 19150
5ame.....:............................. 10 6 19150 0 00 , 19150
Wm F Moritz, N'ly X of. .*. . ... ........... . 11 6 , 272 00 000 272 00
- •-->-;--. - - Holcombe's . Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and ' V- Paving and Sewer con- Total
description. - - _.-;::-:_- Lot. Block, curbing, nections. benefits
WmF M0ritz.. ...... ......... 18 4 $153 00 $0 00 $153 00
Same; E'lv 10 ft 0f........ 17 4 38 50 000 ' 38 50
Ryan & Haas, W'ly 30 ft 0f. .... .*.: ........ 17 4 115 25 30 00 145 25
Same and same 16 4 153 00 30 00 183 00
5ameand5ame.:............ 15 4 153 00 30 00 183 00
Same and 5ame:. ............ :......."... 14 4 153 00 30 00 183 00
5ameand5ame...;..................... 13 4 153 00 30 00 183 00
Sameandsame 12 .4 153 00 30 00. 183 00
5ameand5ame. .;......... ............ ......11 4 76 75 30 00 106 75
Kate M Bundy, N'lv 40.-ft of .1&2 5 306 00 30 00 336 00
Same, N'ly 40 ft of Ely 10 ft 0f...... 3 5 38 50 0 00 38 50
Gertrude E.Smith, W'ly 30 feet of.; 3 5 115 25 . 30 00 145 25
William R. Shankle. 4 5 153 00 30 00 183 00
William M. and A. R. Bushnell. 5 5 153 00 30 00 183 00
George H.Hurd:.... 6 5 153 00 30 00 183 00
Harriet J. Had1ey.. ...... ...... 7 5 15300 3000 18300
George 5.Wi5eman.................. 8 5 153 00 0 00 153 CO
Adeline Leith ....;..... ............ 9 5 153 00 60 00 213 00
W.D.Cornish 10 5 153 00 30 00 183 00
William R. 5hank1e............ '.....11 5 153 00 30 00 183 00
M. E. Wa11ich .................... .v ........ 12 5 153 00 30 00 183 00
Susan and Nancy McClung .....13 5 153 00 30 00 183 00
Clara Davidson ..........14 5 153 00 SO 00 183 00
Stephanie Michaud 15 5 153 00 000 153 00
Suppoled owner and Paving and Sewer con- Total
description. * curbing, nections benefits
A Yoerg. Lot 10. block 4, (except westerly 90 feet) : * '.
Holcomb's addition to St. Paul, and lot 20 (except
W'ly 240 ft), "Moss" addition of Out Lots to St.
Paul..-.......:............ $230 00 $90 CO $320 00
Margareth Grimshaw. Easterly 40 feet of W'ly 90 ft
of lot 10, block 4: Holcombe's addition to St. Paiil,and
Ely 40 ft of W'ly 240 ft of It 20, Moss' addition of : v
Out Lots to St. Paul $153 00 $30 00 , $183 00
A Yoerg. Westerly 50 feet of lot 10 and lot 9 (except . ' . .
W'ly. 80 ft), block 4,- Holcombe's addition to St. . ." -i "--":
Paul, and Ely 120 ft of W'ly -200 ft of lot 20, Moss'
addition of Out Lots to St. Paul $459 00 $90 00 $549 00
John Mitchell. Westerly ■80 feet of lot 9, block 4,
Holcombe's addition to St. Paul, and W'ly 80 ft of . . :.,
lot 20, Moss' addition of Out Lots to St. Pau1...... $306 00 $30 00 $336 00
All objections to said assessment must be made in writine, and filed with tho
Clerk : of said ' Board at least one day prior to said meeting. . -
Official:": - R. L. GORMAN, President. *
- * W. F. Erwin, Clerk Board of Public Works. 164-165

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