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TAPS OFF THE EDGE
ANOTHER PROCLAMATION BY WEY-
LEIt, DECLARING STILL MORE
LENIENCY.
PRISONERS TO BE RELEASED
JCPON TAKING OATH THAT THEY
BELONG TO NO INSURGENT 77 -y
BELONG TO NO INSURGENT
BAND.
BAXD* ,7. J 111
HAVE NO HEART FOR FIGHTING.
DAVE NO HEART FOR FIGHTING.
Troops Making No Effort to Prevail
Against Cubans— Rebels in High
; Spirits.
' HAVANA, March 12.— Gen. Weyler
has Issued another proclamation, the
terms of which indicate a purpose to
still further soften the severity of the
proclamations he issued soon after his
arrival. This latest edict provides that
all persons captured up to date in the
provinces of Havana and Pinar del
Rio, who are suspected of having been
members of a rebel band, snould they,
of their own free will, deny that they
belonged to such band, will be liberat-
ed in every instance, provided they give
their promises before witnesses to be
loyal to the Spanish cause, and pro-
vided also that no one appears against
them to offer charges of any other
crimes.
To thio end, instructions are given to
judges that they shall record ln the files
a personal description of those against
(whom proceedings shall have been tak-
en and shall then ask for the release of
those coming within the above-men-
tioned provisions as being discharged of
the crime of rebellion, but they shall
remain subject to the vigilant surveil-
lance of the authorities. The same
proceedings will be adopted with regard
to those who are arrested, and who are
not accused of common crimes. The
above proclamation Is signed Weyler.
}[ NO HEART FOR THE WORK.
Spaniards .Apparently Careless of
Simula ids Apparently Careless of
the Result of Battles.
f NEW YORK, March 12.— Frederico O.
Perez, chief of staff of Gen. Maceo, of Cuba,
is in this city on a secret mission. He will
"return to Cuba in a few days. In an Inter
view last night he said:
"When I left Cuba, Gen. Gomez and Gen.
Slaceo were very well satisfied with the con-
ditions existing and hoped to be able to do
•something more decisive in the near future.
The raid through the central provinces has
brought good results. The Cubans gained
arms, ammunition and men. Many Spanish
volunteers have taken the field with them.
In the eastern part of the island over 1,000
Spanish regulars have deserted to the Cubans.
Since I left the army there has been a reor
ganization and some changes. Maceo and
Gomez were about to unite their forces again.
hey now have an army of about 25,000 men
|n the central provinces. The Cubans have
throughout the island about 60,000 armed men
and about 40,000 partially armed. Of the
drmed men about one-third are cavalrymen,
Who have plenty of good horses. The Spanish
tnounted infantrymen are no match for them.
"Since Gen. Weyler took control the Span
lards have done nothing. They have a great
many flying columns in the field, but they
Jire always with the rear guard, following
along, and never by any chance coming in
contact with the vanguard. I was in the
ten years' war, and saw the Spanish fight
like demons. There is a change now. They
seem to have no heart for their work now.
They fight weakly and do not seem to care
how the battle may go. The Spaniards ap-
pear to be very much demoralized, both on
account of the movements of the Cubans and
the action of the American congress. The
resolutions passed by the house and senate
have given much joy, to the Cuban leaders.
J had no trouble in getting away from Cuba.
In fact there were many facilities. I left
the island at a point not far from Havana.
The whole Interior of the island and the coast,
with the exceptions of the few harbors held
by the Spaniards, are practically under the
control of the Insurgents."
"■*•*•*•"-■■•- .
I WEEKS' CROOKED WORK.
IWeset Superior Company Compelled
to Foot the Bill.
NEW YORK, March 12.— One of the many
cases which grew out of the operations of
Francis H. Weeks was argued today before
the appellate division of the supreme court.
This was the case of James Roosevelt, as ex-
ecutor of the will of the late William Edgar
Howland, against the Land and River Improve-
ment company, of Superior, Wis., James B.
Williams and others. Weeks was president of
the company mentioned, and he was a co-
trustee with Mr. Roosevelt of the Howland
estate. In the latter capacity he held four
mortgages for $15,000 each, given by Max
Danziger. On one of the occasions when he
needed money Weeks assigned three of these i
mortgages to Mr. Williams, receiving in re-
turn some railroad bonds. He conducted
this operation as the president of the im
provement company. Mr. Danziger afterwards
paid Weeks $7,500 on the mortgages. At the
trial, before Justice Ingraham, judgment was
rendered against the company for $37,500. A.
Jaretski, counsel for the Improvement com-
pany, said that the company should not be
held liable, because it had already repaid the
loan once. Weeks, himself, as president, made
a payment of $40,000 to himself on one oc- !
casion, and recorded the transaction in the i
books of the company as the repayment of the I
loan. James R. Solcy, for the plaintiff, said \
that the money alleged to have been repaid I
had never actually been repaid. The com- j
pany had received the original loan, however, I
and it must be considered responsible. Charles
E. Miller appeared for Mr. Williams. He
said that his client had not appealed from
Justice Ingraham's decision, but if the im
provement company should not be held lia
ble, he asked that the funds derived from the
mortgages, and now in the hands of the court,
should be paid to Williams. Decision was re-
served.
-o» —
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fro
. Hot Springs,
j Florida,
I Mexico,
I California,
I The Bahamas,
Italy,
France,
France,
Spain,
England or
Germany?
Tickets sold for all ocean steamers
to any point ln Europe. Call upon or
adress F. H. Thorn, City Ticket Agent
C, M. & St. P. Ry.. 365 Robert St., St.'
■Paul, Minn. '*. ';,'**
>*.
I MARTIAL LAW DECLARED
By the President of Honduras as a
Measure of Safety. \
TROUCICALBA, Honduras. March 12 via
Galveston, Tex., March 12.— whole of the
republic of Honduras has been placed under
martial law, pending the settlement of the
civil revolt in Nicaragua, in which the presi-
dent of Honduras has espoused, the cause of
the Zelaya government against the rebels.
The near approach of the contending forces in
Nicaragua to the Honduras frontier and the
disposition of the president of Guatemala to
Interpose for the settlement of the war, are
the considerations that made the step seem
advisable of placing the country under mar-
tial law. ,:V •••
a —
Maple Leaf Route Much the Quickest
The Chicago Great Western Railway (Maple
l*«f Route) makes by far the quickest time to
and from Kansas City and points between
Elegantly equipped evening train leaves at
3:30 daily. You going?
m
Booth Will Not Go to England.
Booth "Will Not Go to England.
NEW YORK, March 12. — Ex-Commander
Booth has not yet answered the cablegram
he received from his father asking him to
go to England and see the general. When
asked if he would go to the other side, the
commander said: "I will not go. In a few
days I will make a statement, ln which I
•will make known the. name of the new or-
ganization which I have started." A prom-
inent Salvationist said last night the refusal
ef Mr. Booth to go to England by Invitation
of his father might cause the general to come
to this country in a very short tlmo. *
THE ALPHABET OF HEALTH.
A void drafts and chills,
B eware of catching- colds,
C oughs, grip and pneumonia.
D o not take any risks,
D o not take any risks ~y
E ven if you are quite well,
F or danger is always near.
G rip is in the air,
H iddeu diseases hover about and
I nfluenza threatens us
J ust at this season.
X nowing this should lead us to
L 00k after our health, aud 1 &.-
M eet these trying conditions. ;
N ature must be assisted,
O ur systems need regulating and
P ure, rich blood must flow
Q uickly through our veins.
R enowned physicians say that a pure
S timulant is the best thing
T o take for promoting health;
U niting, also, in praising the
V irtues of Duffy's pure malt whiskey,
Which is medicinally pure, and
X cellent in effect.
V oung and old experience renewed
Z est and benefit after using it.
CITY NOTICE. mm
•* ''-"raS
CITY TREASURER'S SALE. ?
CITY TREASURER'S SALE.
J. . i - Office of the City Treasurer,
■Ir, St Paul, Minnesota, March 13, 1896.
NOTICE
Is hereby given that under and by virtue of
judgments entered and dated as hereinafter
mentioned, in the District Court, Second Ju
dicial District, Ramsey County, State of Mm
nesota, against the hereinafter described real
estate, situate, lying and being ln said city
and county, on assessment warrants for the
Improvements herein described in said city of
St. Paul, the undersigned will, on the 23d day
of March, 1596, 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 pub-
lie auction, as provided by law, to the best
bidder for cash, the following-described real
estate, to wit:
Assessment for Opening:, Widening?
and Extending State Street, Be-
nnd Extending; State Street, Be-
tween Congress Street nnd Con-
tween Congress Street and Con-
cord Judgment Entered In
the District Court Sept. 11, 1805.
Marshall's Addition to West St. Paul.
Supposed Owner and Am't of
Description. Lot. Block. Judgm't
Samuel Clark and Chas. L.
Mcintosh 10 6 $5.50
Joseph Minea, undivided
2-3 *i*-w,--7 7 7 Bal. 4.37
Est. of E. Langevin, east-
erly 60 feet of 5 12 7 18
same, easterly 60 feet 0f... 6 12 7*33
same 7 12 7.39
same 8 12 7.64
Same (except westerly 50
feet) 9 12 7.79
same (except westerly 50
feet) ••• 10 12 7.95
Pierre Prlmeau 4 13 8.25
John F. Gutsche 9 13 9 02
Emma Turner 2 19 932
A. li. Wilgus 7 19 9.78
Wm. Dawson Jr ll 19 10 09
R. P. Thomas and R. C.
Hine ..2 20 20.19
Alberta McClung 4 20 10.54
Reid's Rearrangement of Lots 3, 4, 5 and 6,
Block 27, Marshall's Addition to West St.
Paul. . ' „
Supposed Owner and Am't of
Description. Lot. Judgm't
Henry L. Magee 7 --5.19
Wm. H. Wanamaker et al 11 5.40
Martin B. Bruggeman 12 5.45
same 13 il<67
Brooklynd Addition to West St. Paul.
Supposed Owner and Am't of
Description. , . Lot. Block. Judgmt
Carrie H. Lamberton,
north 1-3 of 1 20 $5.09
Est. of E. Langevin 6 11 6.50
Jos. Minea and .H. . D
Brown, undivided 2-3 of.. 5 11 Bal. 3.57
Est. of E. Langevin 2 11 6.11
John J. Schiller 1 v c.26
Joseph Guortin, westerly
100 feet of 3 10 7.03
[ Dud well and Spencer's Addition to West St.
Paul.
Supposed Owner and Am't of
; Description. Lot. Block. Judgm't
Lewis V. Reed 6 1 $7.64
same 5 1 7.79
Homestead Company 4 1 7.95
John M. Warner 2 1 8.25
Kittering and Constan's Addition to West St.
Paul.
Supposed Owner and Am't of
Description. Lot. Block. Judgm't
Edward P. and George H.
Partridge 8.9&10 '71— $24.17
Wm. Flaherty, north *-•• of
south 1-3 of rh-.1l 1 4.33
The New York Loan and
Debenture Co., south to ' —
of south 1-3 of 11 1 '4 33
J. C. Bardell .......... 8.9&10 2 25.80
S. L. Merrltt's Rearrangement of Lots 10, 11,
12 and 13, Block 3, Kittering and Constans'
Addition to West St. Paul.
Supposed Owner and -"*;■ Am't of
Description. Lot. Judgm't
R. H. and H. S. Patterson 1 $11.31
j same and same 2 11.47 '
Louis N. and J. W. Burgeon 3 ~)!3S j
Kittering and Constan's Addition to West St. |
Paul.
Supposed Owner and Am't of
Description. Lot. Block. Judgm't
Wm. E. Howard 9.10&11 - 4 $19.32
Morrison's Addition to West St. Paul.
Supposed Owner and Am't of
Description. * Lot. Block. Judgm't
Henry C. Hawkins 4 5 $12.54
John M. Warner 3 5 12.69
I Henry C. Hawkins ...2 5 12.84
j H. L. Dornberg (except
State street) 4 . 4 13.46
! Edward Walters et al. (ex- •
cept State street) ........ 3 4 ' 13.61 i
j same et al. (except State ~„,.
- 2 4 13.76
Wm. B. Brewster (except '•"- 7.7.
north 22 feet and State
street) 1 *... 7 .8.46
The Minn. Land Syndicate
(except State street) 6 8 14.07
Henry M. Huntington (ex-
cept State street) 5 8-.- 14.22 '
Albert I. Seiter (except
State street) 4 8 14.37
Wm. F. Seiter, north >_ of
(except State street) 6 2 7.95 '
West Side Real Estate Co. • . .
(except State street) 7 9 15.14 |
same (except State street) 6 9 15.29
West St. Paul Proper.
Supposed Owner and Am't of i
Description. Lot. Block. Judgm't !
Thos. F. Fauntleroy 10 39 $16.77'
same 9 \39 16.97 i
same, north % of 8 39 7.74
Self's Subdivision of Block 48, West St. Paul
Proper. • />
Supposed Owner and yi-' •-* Am't of
Description. ----- Lot. Block. Judgm't
Pat M. Self 1.2&3 ; 48 $41.25
West. St. Paul Proper.
Supposed Owner and „ . . . .. .„..,, Am't of
Description. . . rr. v Lot. Block. Judgm't
John Iten , 1,.. 69 , $72.77
same 2 69 63.98
same 3 ...69 53.29
Supposed Owner and Am't of
Description. - Judgm't
Jens Peter Hanson— Lot 6, block 68,
West St. Paul Proper, and that
part of block 3, Bell's Second ad~
dition to West St. Paul, lying
within the northerly and south-
erly lines of said lot 6, if produced
to westerly line of State street, "
as said State street is now used
and traveled .....". $238.72
West St. Paul Proper...,
Supposed Owner and Am'tof
Description. Block. Judgm't
E. M. Ha110we11.... '...*..."...:;:..'.:91 $14.32
Lineau, Peters and Minea's Rearrangement of
Block 12, Bell's Addition to West St. Paul.
Supposed Owner and Am't of
Description. Lot. Block. Judgm't
Catherine Powers 3 . 12 $44.92
. Bell's Addition to West St. Paul.
Supposed Owner and Am't of
Description. Lot. Block. Judgm't
Edward R. Bryant .5 15 $77.05
Phillippina L. Kochendorf-
er ...*........... 6&7 .15 74.35
Martin and : Lineau's Rearrangement of Lots
1 to 5, in Block 16, Bell's Addition to West
St. Paul.
Supposed Owner and . Am't of
Description. - Lot Judgm't
Chas. H. Llneau...... 1.2&3 $195.73
Bell's Addition to West St Paul.
Supposed Owner and Am't of
Description. Block. * Judgm't .
Wm. Berlandi, north 170 feet
of west 150 feet 0f.......... "B" $51.45
West St. Paul Proper.
Supposed Owner and • •<■ -.-. -■■< .■■•■ •■ Am't of
Description. Lot Block. Judgm't.
Rev. Wm. D."' Roberts.... ■!•- 110 $14.32
Est. of Wm. L. Mintzer... 2 110 14.12
same.... '.*". ..3 110. 13.92
same ...................... 4 110 13.71
same .."..... .....>........; B— 110 v 13.50
THE SAINT PAUL DAILY GLOBE: FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 13, 1890,;
Woodbury and Case's Addition to West St.
Paul.
Supposed Owner and Am't of
Description. Lot. Block. Judgm't.
M. P. Moriarty and E. H.
Deal, north 110 feet 0f... 1 10 $26.36
Supposed Owner and Am't of
Description. Judgm't.
G. W. Bell— That strip of land lying
between the north and south lines '
of block 111, West St. Paul Prop- ;
er, produced to State street " $61.60
same— That strip of land lying be-
tween the north and south lines
of block 126. West St. Paul Prop-
er, produced to State street....... 23.09
Woodbury and Case's Addition to West St.
Paul.
Supposed Owner and Am't of
Description. Lot. Block. Judgm't.
Woodbury and Robbins,
south 68 1-3 feet 0f....... 2 ' 11 $15 24
West St. Paul Heal Estate and Improvement
Company's Addition No. 1 to West St. Paul.
Supposed Owner and Am't of
• Description. Lot. Block. Judgm't.
Celia A. Morgan 4 *• 2 $6 42
same 6 2 626
Minnie J. Buckmaster 3 1 8 51
A. M. Lawton 6 l 8 36
same .......... ..7 1 8;20 !
Laura A. Stewart 11 1 7 90
■am« •••; 14 1 7|74
A. M. Lawton (east of -; 7y-y± ■■'.,
State street), south 9 feet
.°f,V'n"". ..........11 * 2 08
Christ Castner 8 9 596
W. Grelffendorfer 10 9 5*05
Carl A. Carlson (except
east 50 feet) 13 10 412
same (except east 50 feet). l4 10 3 97
Paul Martin's Rearrangement of Block 144
West St. Paul Proper.
Supposed Owner and Am't of
_ Description. Lot. Block. Judgm't.
Edward R. Bryant .4 144 $433
Gottfried Schmidt 5 144 490
sam« .-. 6 144 4i12
Bcra« 7 144 4.02
same 8 144 3.92
sam*» 9 144 3 82
same 10 - 144 871
Supposed Owner and Am't of
Description. * - V ' Judgm't.
E. Strassburger— That part of lot 13,
Bldwell's addition to West St.
Paul, which lies between the
north and south lines of lot 1,
block 153, West St. Paul Proper * •■-•
produced east to South Robert
street (except South Robert
street), and lot 1, block 153, West
, St. Paul Proper $575
Auditor's Subdivision of Lot 6,' Bldwell's Ad-
dition to West St. Paul.
Supposed Owner and Am't of
Description. Lot. Judgm't.
Sarah McDonald 1 $4X4
same ..*. *2 463
Edwin J. Farnum..!! .....'.'.'.'.'.'.'' 3 4*42
Abraham Lafschlltz !.'. *10 300
X. St. Pierre ,!!ll 280
Alphonslne St. Pierre *.!l2 2 59
Christ F. Meyer ,'.'l3 2 29
Julia A. Pinkham ...14 2 08
B I. Brayton ..22 2 49
Xavier St. Pierre (except Wyom-
ing street) 25 2 34
Anna S. Guild 26 290
B I. Brayton 27 sioo
Cornelius Quirk (except Lucy . **-
street) 31 j 73
Mathew R. Slack '.'.'.'.. 35 463
same 35 g'g-r
West St. Paul Real Estate 'and improvement
Company's Addition No. 1 to West St. Paul.
Supposed Owner and Am't of
_ Description. Lot. Block. Judgm't.
Ernest Otte 1 1 $6 67
George H. Hurd 12 1 810
-i**™" 3 -. -.13 1 7:95
J. T. Loroque 16 1 779
Alex. Lamoreaux 17 "1 595
Bryant and Minea's Rearrangement of Block
13, Woodbury and Case's Addition to West
St. Paul.
Supposed Owner and Am't of
rs.. Description. - . Lot. Judgm't.
Otto Hill 7 $7 90
Bertha Wiliinger ."..'9 7*59
Henrietta Lampe, south 6.52 feet
°« 121 '----y
same 13] 9 12
Chas. F. Meyer's Subdivision of Block 14
Woodbury and Case's Addition to West St.
Paul.
Supposed Owner and " " • Am't of
Description. Lot. Judgm't.
kugene McGuire *?f *ȣ
West St. Paul Real Estate and Improvement
Company's Addition No. 1 to West St. Paul.
Supposed Owner and Am't of
„ .Description. Lot. Block. Judgm't.
Capital City R.E. and Imp.
Co 5 5 $6.27
same 4 5 V6>lJ
same 3 5 5.96
same 2 5 5.81
same 1 5 4 28
Christian F. Meyer 5 6 6 27
same ; 6 6 6.11
Capital City Real Estate
and Imp. Co ..2 7 4 28
same 3 7 5;55
same 4 7 5.40
Christ F. Meyer 5 7 5 24
Bertha A. F. Martin 7 7 4*94
Leopold Guertln 8 '7"'- 3 82
Xavier St. Pierre 8 8 - 5 24
same 9 8 5.09
same 12 8 4.94
same 13 8 3.82
Capital City R. E. and
Imp. Co 7 11 3.71
same 6 11 4.79
Hugo Cornelius 5 11 4 63
Capital City R. E. and
Imp. Co 4 11 4.48
same 3 11 4.33
same 2 11 4.17
srwne 1 ll 3.26
some 16 12 4.63
same 17 12 4.48
same 18 12 4.33
Belvidere Park Subdivision of Lot 2, Bid-
well's Addition to West St. Paul.
Supposed Owner and Am't of
Description. • :"_* Lot. Block. Judgm't
Sarah A. Lyon 3 VI - $3.71
Mary A. McClung, south
to of 6&7 1 4.38
J. R. McMurran, north %
of 6&7 1 4.38
Nicholas Krey .....9 1 . 371
same 10 1 3^7
Mary A. McClung l 2 9.89
Jehiel W. Jagger .2 2 9.63
Mary A. McClung 4 2 4.38
Frank Barteau 6 2 300
same 7 2 2!90
St. Paul Mutual Building
Association 8 2 2.80
Second National Bank 2 3 2.59
Bldwell's Addition to West St. Paul.
Supposed Owner and Am't of
Description. ■./'".'.: Lot. Judgm't
Jehiel W. Jagger, north 148 ft of v «
south 238 ft of 1 $6.57
Martin Camitsch, north 50 feet - -
of south 90 feet of west 125
feet of 1 2.59
West St. Paul Proper.
Supposed Owner and Am't ot
Description. , Lot. Block. Judgm't
John Iten 6 70 $29.01
same 7 70 27.99
same, south to of 8 70 13.71
Joseph Wilson, east 1-3 of
north to of 8 70 13.71
same, east 1-3 of 9&10 70 60.43
Westminster Presbyterian
Church, east 2-3 0f...6&7 67 44.30
Henrietta D. Brayer 8 67 20.85
Elizabeth Peters, south 30
feet of east 50 feet of.. 9 67 12.08
S. C. Biggs, north 20 feet
of east 50 *eet of ....... 9 67 8.20
same, east 1-3 0f..... 10 67 18.81
Hippollte Wicker 4 68 21.87
Mary A. Barnard 3 68 20.85
Ella B. Lawton, west 1-3 : y .--'? •*."■■•
of 1&2 68 38.19
T. A. Lienau ; 6 49 18.30
same ....7 49 17.28
J. H. Reimers. north to of 3 39 7.59
same 2 39 14.22
Thomas F. Fauntleroy 1 39 . 13.96
Brandt's Rearrangement of Block 38, West
St. Paul Proper.
Supposed Owner and Am't of
Description. Lot. Block. Judgm't
John Shilliger. 10.11&12 38 $36.15
Fred Brandt 4,5&6 38 34.11
West St. Paul Proper. -:
Supposed Owner and ... Am't of
Description. * Lot. Block. Judgm't
S. D. Lord, south 4-10 of ■..-_.
north 7-10 of 8 20 $5.35
Christ Kastner. east 2-3 of
north 3-10 of 8 20 4.13
same, east 2-3 of 9 20 12.18
same, east 2-3 of ...10 20 11.67
•'•*'•■' _______
*-, ■'.* ' ,-
Assessment for Planting: and Pro-
Assessment for Planting: and Pro-
tecting* Shade and Ornamental
Trees About 40 Feet Apart (Ex-
cept Where Good and Sufficient
Trees Now Exist) on Both Sides of
Ashland Avenue,. Between Dale
Street nnd Lexington Avenue —
Street and Lexington Avenue —
Judgment Entered in the District,
Court January 25th, 1890.
Hoicombe's Addition, St. Paul.
Supposed Owner and Am't of
Description. Lot. Block. Judgm't
August Edwards ....26 9 " $2.88
same 25 9 5.30
Nelson H. Good, west to
of *.. 17 9 2.88
same r. ........16 9 . 7.73
R. M. Jones ........ .".....26 10 5.30
Julian H. Sleeper ........ 8 12 ' 2.88
Ann Eliza Guy :...14 12 5.30
Henry Maltby et al.. 15 12 7.73
. Palace Addition, St. Paul.
Supposed Owner and Am't of
Description. Lot. Block. Judgm't
Nicholas Wagner .........29, 1 $5.30
Mary A. Brennan ::...... 22 1 5.30
Daniel Kelly 17 1 5.30
same ."..16 1 7.73
E. N. Armlt .......;....... 7 2 6.30
Hiram Walworth ......;.ll . 2 5.30
Anton Kasmirski .........15 2 5.30
Bryant's Addition, St. Paul.
Supposed . Owner and - ■--* Am't of
Description. Lot. Block. Judgm't
Millard T.Bagleyr;.. '..".*. 30 "1 57. 73
Lillie J. Bartlett ..........29 1 5.30
[Mary Vitt ..........1« 1 5.73
Summit Park Addition, St. Paul.
Supposed Owner and •--'■' •*-'- 'Am't of
Description. , Lot Block. Judgm't
Ernst B. Putnam, south '/>
of ........ 27&28 19 $7.73
Margaret Caulon ..* 24 19 6.30
James B. Halton ■ and
Catholic Ind. 5ch001.... 23 ID 5.30
The Church of the . Sacred
Heart of Waseca, Minn.. l7 19 5.30
Ruth A. Rice ..... ...it. 5 20 2.88
Edw. G. Maxwell 5, 6 -20 2.88
Antonnette Schier -. 8 20 2.88
Joel F. Pollard ..;-. ;. 9 20 6.30
Alvina Rank ....>.....;:. 3 29 5.30
Ida S. Ickler 4 29 6.30
Minnie J. Warner 9 29 2.88
Otto K. Saver ..:; .'.26 •>"-■■" 30 5.30
Henry and Wm.'. Thorn.". .25 SO " 6.30
Catherine Warner.**.. :..».. 24 * 30 5.30
- C. Stoddard .-...'' 18 30 6.30
Laura A. 5t0ddard. .... ..17" • 80 « • ,; 6.30
Harris Richardson ....:','. 16 30 5.30
same ;...-.. ...-..."* .';.15 30 .7.73
Sarah A. Fownes -?.....;•}. 26 31 6,30
Albert Barnes 22 31 5.30
Geo. O. Robertson: 4. 21 31 6.30
same • 20 31 ! 6.30
John Kessler ....*":. .....-'.. 17- 31 5.30
I Alonzo A. Whitingl ...... .15 * 31 7.73
1 Joseph Baker ............1 32 7.73
i same-.......- ■■y... ..;...;;. 2 32 6.30
Minnie B. Webber ;. 4 32 * ' 5.30
Pat J. Gleason 5 32 5.30
E. P. Bassford ..«......*. 7 32 ' 6.30
Martha K. Ingersoll 12 ; .41, y 6.30
Wm. Hay .- 21 '■**- 42 6.30
Geo. W. Lead ley .........18 42 5.30
Jas. E. Raymond 15 42 ' "" . 7.73
Assessment for Planting and Pro-
tecting Shade and Ornamental
tecting; Shade and Ornumental
Trees (Except Where Good and
Sufficient Trees Now Exist) on
Both Sides of Grand Avenue, Be-
tween Oakland Avenue and the
Right of Way of the Chicugo, Mil-
waukee and St.Paul Railway
Company (Short Line).— Judgment
Entered in the District Court
January 25th, 1800.
January 25th, 1800.
Terrace Park Addition, St. Paul.^.y:,y
Supposed Owner and Am't of
• Description. Lot. Block. Judgm't
Jas. McFariand 21 *-."".4-;* $7.00
same 20 4 2.63
Summit Park Addition, St Paul.
Suposed Owner and Am't of
Description. Lot Block. Judgm't
John W. Riddle 3... 6. $2.63
same .... 4 5 2.63
same 5 5 481
Wm. L. Johnson 6 6 2.63
A. O. U. W. Temple Syn- ■-..7-'.-
dicate 14 '■ 5 - "".' 4.81
Wm. Thompson 27 6 4.81
Jessie S. Horton 3 8 T 4.81
Luclnda R. Gott 6 17 2.63
J. W. Fairbanks 9 '17 " ' "4.81
Ann E. Baldy 28 18 4.81
John Ickler 20 18 * 4.81
J. W. Fairbanks 16 18 2.63
same 15 18 7.00
John Conkling ..." ....23 22 4.81
Gerald F. Ryan ...........20 22 " 4.81
Julia J. Jones 15. 22 7.00
Jos. P. Dysart's Rearrangement of Lots 1 and
2. Block 23, . Summit Park Addition, St.
Paul. **?
Suposed Owper and Am't of
Description. Lot. Judgm't
Jos. P. Dysart ; 2 $4. 51
same .- "...;. ;*3 '" 7.00
Summit Park Addition, St. Paul.
Supposed Owner and Am't of
Description. Lot. Block. Judgm't
Wm. Thompson ...........24 27 $4.
same 23 27 4.81
same ........ ............. 22 27 4.81
same ....21 27 4. 51
same ...*..*..;" ....*... 20 27 4.81
same ". 19 27 4.81
same 17 '27 4.81
Jno. Kittridge 16 27 4.81
same.... .....15 *■ 27 7.00
Wm. Hogan 21 34 4.81
same ...... .....;.. ...20 34 4.81
same, east to of 19 34 2.63
Henrietta Barnford, west ..',-*
to of 19 34 2.63
same 18 34 4.81
Adolph Kerbs 17 34 4.81
Bruno Beaupre 16 34 4.81
same, east 13.55 feet of 15 34 2.63
Frank A. Eldridge (except
east 13.55 feet) 15 34 4.81
Alvln R. Bushnell 8 35 4.81
Geo. H. Hurd ....9 35 4.91
Edwin Bucknell .....10 35 4. 51
Ellen Wyman 12 35 4.81
John H. Horeisch 14 35 7.00
Wm. Hogan 1 38 7.00
same 2 38 4.81
same 3 38 4.81
same 4 38 4.81
same 5- 38 4.81
same ..... ......;;... 6 38 . 4.81
same 7 ''38 " 4.81
same 8 38 4.81
same ......:. 9 38 4.81
same ..... ............ .....10 38 ' 4.81
same *.* 11 38 4.81
same ...12 38 4.81
same ....;.".... 13 38 4.81
same ;...;. 14 38 7.00
Lillian B. Houghton 28 39 7.00
Wm. Hogan .....27 39 . 4.81
6ame ....26 39 4.81
same 25 * 39 4.81
same .....24 39 4.81
same 20 39 . 4.81
same 19 39 4.81
same 18 39 4.81
- Guertin's Addition, St Paul.
Supposed Owner and r : :, -" Am't of
Description. - Lot. Judgm't
Kate Wilson 3 " $2.62
Michael J. O'Neil 2 7.00
Manson and Slmonton's Addition, St. Paul.
Supposed Owner and Am't of
Description. „ Lot. Block. Judgm't
J. H. Leary (except Lex-
ington avenue) 2S 1 $7.00
same ....v... .::.. 27 -'.'«1 .y- 4.81
same V5.'..".^?...26 . 1 4.81
M. J. Myers .....' .';.. 5" 4 4.81
Effie K. Van Reed ........ 6 rj. Af%" .4.81
same .'.. ....t 7 4 4.81
Fred M. Bolles .a....:.... 9 4 4.81
Michael J. Towery ..122 2 .4.81
Stella B. Irvine .t... ..*"... 21 2 4.81.
Chas. A. Moore 20 2 ',- 4.81
same 19 2 4.81
same 18 ">2y 4.81
same ...".".. .17 2 4.81
same ....•*'... .;.... 16 2 4.81
Allmond and Gallagher . .11 3 4.81
Blackford Condit C.. -..*..... 12 y 3- : '-- • 4.81
David E. Hardy k..13 3 4.81
Constructing, Relaying and Repair-
.— -"t •• ii ■. - - . --.5
ing Cement, Sidewalk*, Estimate
ing- Cement Sidewulks, Estimate
No. 7, Under' Contract of U. B. Cur-
tis, for Term Beginning April Ist,
tis, for Term Beginning April Ist,
1804, and Ending November Ist,
1804.— Judgment Entered in the
District Court February 13th,
1800. .
Summit Park Addition, St. Paul. j : ;. .
Supposed Owner and Am't of
1 Description. Lot. Block. Judgm't
D. J. Hennessey 30 4 $205.13
same *... 1 4 .216.58
Assessment for Constructing;, Relay-
ing and Repairing Wooden** Side-
walks, Estimate No. 3, Under Con-
tract of George W. Reese, for the
Term Beginning April 1, ISOS,
Term Keginnlng April 1, 1805,
and Ending; November 1, 1505.—
and Ending November 1, 1805.—
Judgment Entered in the District
Court January 25th; 1806- * *» f* f
Subdivision of and Addition to Irvine's Addi
tion of Outlots, St Paul.
Supposed Owner and ~» « ■ .-:«. Am't of
Description. Lot Block. Judgm't
.S. Wilson ....... ;...., 8. 2 -.. .$13.76
Amelia H. Smith. ..;... 10 2 ' 13.76
E. C. Birmingham 11 1 12.28
N. G. Rhodes 13 1 12.28
.*-•--. Brunson's Addition to St. Paul.., -'.:,..
Supposed Owner and Am't of
... Description. .a. Lot. .Block. Judgm't
Frederick H. Meyer et al.,
north 45 feet of south 90 " '■■"-*_ ■■-"*-. y,
feet of 1&2 4 $13.05
Merriam. Park Addition, , St, Paul. .
Supposed Owner and Am't of
• Description. Lot. Block. Judgm't
Lilly Provost ...1.:.: 8 15 $15.11
Christopher C. Brown »f..10 15 15.11
same, west to of .........11 15 7.76
S. W. 5ear15.... "A*..... 51.. 13 22 16.06
same ......... M :i . .12 - '22 16.03
, Robert M. Bell (except
westerly 15 feet) ■.•.."/... 1 2 '' $32.73
, The Rector, Warden and ': y :- - " .
Vestrymen of EN. Mary's
. Church -. ..X ..:.... ,1 21 $15.96
same .....:...:.'... .A... 21 15.96
Crowley and Smith's Subdivision of Lots 17
and 24, Hoyt's Out Lots, St Paul.
. Supposed . Owner and >' '. - ~ . Am't •of
Description. ; •-'■>. Lot. Block. Judgm't
Ramsey County Land and .
LoaD Co. (except east 20 .*"- t:;-':
feet) ..;.. Jr.... ..1.. 18 .1 $12.04
John M. Warner .:..7...17* 1 " 17.90
same -. .....;.. , .j.... .1t.. 16 I*'. 17.90
Anna M. Petersdn ...1.. 15 1 17.90
Robert Patrick I. 14 1 17.90
same, east : 20.46 feet of. .13 . **> 1 ; 6.43
H. Husemann ....... J"... 11. ,lr. y 17.90
Stinson'si Addition, St. Paul.
Supposed Owner and . - Am't of
".-•:• Description, -yy - Lot. Block. Judgm't
H. E. Buck ....:...; 301 16 $10.26
same 27 16 12.38
A. Carlson ......23 16 12.38
James Stinson 16 "16"" 11.18
.same ................. .:.. 7 16 10.00
same .................... 6 16 10.00
- .....;..... 3 .. .16 10.00
same ......... .....;..... 2 16 7.56
same 7.. 1 15 ,10.46
same 4 35 10.46
same ......... ....'......." 5 . 15 10.46
same ......... .....;..... 8 * 15 10.46
Henry C. McCartney..... 25 15 12.
, same, east 82 feet of 28&29 15 21.92
1
• '.'■'■
Merriam Park Addition, St Paul.
Supposed Owner and • Am't of
Description. Lot. Block. Judgm't
Cornelius G. Kolff ......,, 7 20 $45,11
The Rector, Warden and
Vestrymen of St Mary's
Church.... ........ 7 21 44.86
Merriam's Rearrangement of Merriam Park
Addition, St Paul.
Supposed Owner and i Am't of
Description. Lot Block. Judgm't
Herbert M. Crosby ..;... 1 .7" $62.37
Murray and Fay's Subdivision of Lot 31, Mer-
riam's Out Lots, St. Paul.
Supposed Owner and - Am't of
Description. . Lot Judgm't
Anna Sims ..:;.... .14 $7.80
same 15 . 7.80
Eda A. Wood, east 12 feet 0f.... 19 3.98
same, west 16 feet 0f............. 20 5.15
Merriam's Rearrangement of Merriam Park
Addition, St. Paul.
Supposed Owner and Am't of
Description. • Lot. Block. Judgm't
Mary C. Houghtallng 3 8 .$15.11
Supposed Owner and Am't of
Description. Judgm't
Wm. Dawson Jr.— Commencing at
, the intersection of the south line
of Seventh street, with the north
; line in the alley in block 20, Ter
ry's addition to St. Paul; thence
northeast along Seventh street
66.85 feet; thence southeast to a
point on south line of lot 9, said
block, 21.38 feet east from south- .
west corner thereof; thence west
to beginning, being part of lots 9
and 10, said block 20........ $25.46
Terry's Addition, St. Paul.
Supposed Owner and Am't of
Description. Lot Block. Judgm't
Ross Clarke (except Daw-
son's part) 9 20 $19.19
same (except Hause's
part) 8 20 18.68
Supposed Owner and Am't of
Description. -- Judgm't
Ludwig D. Hause— Commencing at
northeast corner of lot 8, block
20, Terry's Addition to St. Paul;
thence southwest along southeast
line of Seventh street 12 feet; .
thence southeast towards a point
24 feet easterly from southwest
corner of lot 7, said block, to di-
" viding line between said lots- 7
and 8; thence north along said di-
viding line to beginning, being
part of said lot 8, block 20........ $4.93
y-y-., Terry's Addition, St. Paul.
Supposed Owner and * Am't of
Description. Lot Block. Judgm't
Ludwig D. Hause (except
Clarke's part) 7 20 $18.19
G. F. Gardner 5 18 10.72
same 4 18 23.15
Supposed Owner and Am't of
Description. Judgm't.
G. F. Gardner— All that part of lot
3, block 18, Terry's addition to St
Paul, lying west of a line drawn
through said lot 3, and described
as folic Commencing at a
point on south line of said lot 3,
45 feet east from dividing line be-
tween lots 3 and 4, said block; .J
thence north to Seventh street to
a point 45 feet west of the point
where the dividing line between
lots 2 and 3, said *• block. inter-
sects Seventh street $6.34
R. Rittmaster et al.— Commencing
at northeast corner lot 2, block
IS, Terry's addition to St. Paul; :--* ." y
thence south to the south line of
said lot 2; thence west along
south line of said lot 2, 27.5 feet;
thence north parallel with east
line of said lot 2, 45 feet; thense
northwesterly to a point on south- *--,■>-,". *-
easterly line of Seventh street
63.7 feet from place of beginning;
thence northeasterly 63.7 feet to
beginning, being part of lots 2
and 3, block 18, Terry's addition
to St. Paul ."... $24.28
Terry's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed Owner and Am't of
Description. Lot. Block. Judgm't.
James E. Dore 10 7 $19.11
Jacob Albresch 11 4 16.94
Edwin C. Chittenden 6 14 24.33
Samuel Potter 7 14 24.33
C. Janke ". 4 14 24.33
same 3 14 24.33
E. Rice's First Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed Owner and Am't of
Description. Lot Block. Judgm't.
Lawrence Fahey 1 ;\T-3.?y $14.23
same 2 '8 14.23
same 3 3 V 14.23
Jacob P. Chrest .....4 3 14.23
same 5 3 14.23
Thomas Cochran Jr 1 4 14.24
same j 2 4 14.24
Assessment for Constructing, Re-
laying and Repairing Cement
Sidewalks, Estimate No. 3, Under!
Contract of U. B. Curtis, for the
Term Beginning April .1, 1805,
and Ending November 1, 1505.—
and Ending; November 1, 1505.—
Judgment Entered in the District
Court January 25th, 180*0.
Wilder and Dodge's Subdivision of Block 48,
Lyman Dayton's Addition, St. Paul.
Supposed Owner and "-<*'-* Am't of
Description. Lot. Block. Judgm't
Charles F. Arroll 11 *t 2.> $53.53
same 12 .2 46.23
Lyman Dayton's Addition, St Paul. """
Supposed Owner and Am't of
Description. Lot Block. Judgm't
James Middleton 11 34 $38.76
same 12 34 53. 49
same : *.. 13 34 45.52
same 14 34 48.32
same 15 31 4*** 32
same 16 34 53.85
Hoicombe's Addition, S:. Paul.
Supposed Owner and • Am't of
Description. Lot. Block. Judgm't
D. E. Young, west 13 feet
of 13 "v. 9 .•"?*,; $15.28
same (except south 54 feet). l4 9 31.25
Mary J. Riley... 11 10 2.01
Nininger and Donnelly's Addition, St. Paul.
Supposed Owner and Am't of
Description. Lot. Block. Judgm't
Annie L. Myers -. 16 12 J. 25
Charles Weide's Subdivision of Block 45, Ar
lington Hills Addition, St. Paul.
Supposed Owner and Am't of
Description. Lot Judgm't
George E. Farinus 9 $43.22
Abraham Schekmann 10 43.22
Charles Weide 12 43.85
same ....13 43.85
Jos. R. Weide's Subdivision of Block 27, Ar
lington Hills Addition, St. Paul.
Supposed Owner and '. Am't of
Description. ry Lot. Judgm't
Peter Hofstrand, north 50 feet
of 16&17 $56.35
Charles Weide's Subdivision of Block 37, Ar
lington Hills Addition, St Paul.
Supposed Owner and Am't cf
Description. Lot. Block. Judgm't
Betsy Ostman 25 37 $47.39
Assessment for Paving; With Asphalt
on Concrete Foundation St. Peter
Street, From the Northerly Line
of Third Street to the Street Car
Tracks on Tenth Street, nnd Put
Tracks on Tenth Street, nnd Put
In Granite Curbing (Where Neces-
in Granite Curbing; (Where Neces
sary), Including; the Necessary
sary), Including the Necessary
Gas, Water and Sewer Connec
tions to the Property Lines.—
tions to the Property Lines.—
Judgment Entered In the District
Court January 25th, 1800.
St Paul Proper.
Supposed Owner and Am't of
Description. .- y Lot. Block. Judgm't
H. K. Mann et al 9&8 22 $320.22
same et al 5&6 22 839.40
The Arcade Investment
Co 7&S 21 834.60
same .... 5&6 -21 834.60
The Diocese of St. Pau1..7&8 " 7 735.36
same .....5&6 7 845.01
Rearrangement of Block 9, Rice & Irvine's
Addition to St Paul. :-.">
Supposed Owner and Am't of
Description. ~*y Lot Judgm't
Albert Armstrong 4 $542.22
Baziile and Guerin's Addition, St. Paul.
Supposed Owner and Am't of
Description. Lot Block. Judgm't
Michael P. Ryan,- north-
erly to of ..2 10 $140.24
Math. Koch, southerly to
of easterly 100 feet 0f... 1 10 140.21
Wm. Cunningham, north-
erly % of southerly 2-3
of 4,5&6 8 280. 0S
H. Nachtshelm, . northerly
1-3 of .........7&S 5 315.78
Assessment for Paving With As-
phalt Third " Street, From the
Northwesterly Line of Seventh
Street to the Southeasterly Line
of Pleasant Avenue, ween the
Curbs and- Outer Ralls of the
Street Cur Compnry, and Put in
Granite Curbing; (Where Neces
sary), Together With the Neces
sary Gas, Water and Sewer Con-
sary Gas, Wa ter and Sewer Con-
nections to Property Lines—Judg
ment Entered in the District
. Court January 23th. 1800.
■ Rice and . Irvine's Addition, St. Paul.
Supposed Owner and - Am'tof
Description. Lot. Block. Judgm't
Alexander Ramsey, south- -•
easterly 60 feet of ...... 6 54 1
same ...:.... . — ........ 4 54 ( $260.55
Irvine's Enlargement of Rice and Irvine's Ad-
*,*. dition, St Paul.
Supposed Owner and Am't of
Description. - Lot. Block. Judgm't
Richard Shepard Jr.
""". (southerly of Fifth street) 6 62 "$243.21
same (southerly of Fifth
street) ........ .......... 8 . A3 188.97
Rice and Irvine's Addition, St. Paul.
Supposed Owner and "'* ■"' '■• . Am'tof
Description. - Lot. Block. Judgm't
Daniel Kelly (except north- -
westerly 22tt feet).. ..... 15 5» $297.27
Irvine's Enlargement of Rice and Irvine's Ad-
dition, St. Paul.
Supposed Owner and "*"••* Am't of
Description. Lot Block. Judgm't
Felicia Bruggemann, south-
easterly 37 10-12 feet of
northeasterly 70 feet 0f..l 63 $189.92
Assessment for Paving "With As-
phalt on Concrete Foundation
phalt on Concrete Foundntlon
Fifth Street, From AVahasha
Street to West Third Street, and
Put in Granite Curbing (Where
Necessary), Including the Neces
sary "Water, Sewer and Gas Con-
nections to the Property Lines.—
Judgment Entered In the District
Court January 25th, 1800.
■■-„.. -. •-. . . - , .; . . . - ' 7.7 ■ 7,:.. . . ..-
St. Paul Proper.
St. Paul Proper.
Supposed Owner and ,-' Am't of
Description. ''. Lot Block. Judgm't
W. J. Dyer & Bro. (ex-
cept southerly 105 feet of
ea3t 10 feet of) 9 8 $255.04
same . ... .•;. 8 8 318.69
The Arcade Inv Co 3 21 318.69
same 4 21 318.69
same .... 5 21 318.69
same ...1.... '. 6 21 318.69
Rearrangement of Block 9, Rice and Irvine's
Adition to St. Paul.
Supposed Owner and Am't of
Description. Lot Judgm't
Estate of A. Armstrong.... 4 $1,088.48
Rice and Irvine's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed Owner and Am't of
Description. Lot Block. Judgm't
James Boyd 12 7 $385.09
D. G. B. Johnston '.7.11* ">'7<":" 385.09
J. H. McCarthy 10 ■- 7 *V.:* 885.09
same, westerly tt of ..... 9 " !:7';' 192.77
Mary Ann Ireland, east-
erly tt of . ............ .;.*9 ; '->■ .7 y.- 192.77
Jno. Healey 8 7 385.09
A. Meier, westerly 37 feet
of ...... 12 y.^y 235.92
J. C. Bettingen ......'*.';. 1 13 383.05
same 2 13 383.05
Frances E. Cady, easterly
• 37 feet of. 3 13 236.68
Minnesota Land Syndicate,"
(except southerly 60 feet) 4 14 421.20
Aug. B. Wilgus, easterly
tt of (except southerly
19.70 feet) 5 14 192.98
John Ward, westerly tt of ' \
northerly 2-3 of ;. 2 54 191.40
Alex. Ramsey 4 64 382.34
Irvine's Enlargement of Rice and Irvine's Ad-
dition to St. Paul.
Supposed Owner and * " Am't of
Description. Lot. Block. Judgm't
Richard Shepard Jr.,
southerly of Fifth street 6 62 $205.98
same, southerly "of Fifth
street 8 62 318.08
Rice and Irvine's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed Owner and Am't of
Description. Lot. Block. Judgm't
Est. of M. Lamprey 7 6 $374.03
Alex. Ramsey ......*..-.... .10 5 385.75
Oswald Stlelen 7 ".S5"-': 457.16
A. R. Capehart 10 55 449.65
Wm. Brown Jr 9 65 382.34
Allie Hewitt ..:;-7 65 - 382.34
same 6 55 382.34
Rearrangement of Part of Block 62, Irvine's
Enlargement of Rice and Irvine's Addition
to St. Paul. ' ...-,.
Supposed Owner and Am't 0'
Description. Lot. Judgm't
L. E. Montgomery 2 $182.93
Assessment for Paving With Cedar
Blocks on Concrete Foundation
Blocks on Concrete Foundntlon
South Robert Street, From the
Southerly End of the Robert
Southerly End of the , Robert
Street Bridge (So-Called) Over the
Street Bridge (So-Called) Over the
Mississippi River, Southerly to
the Northerly End of the Bridge
Over the Right of Way of the CM*
cago Great Western Rttllwnj*,
cago Great AVestern Railway
Company (Except Between the
Rails of the Street Car Tracks, an^
for Two Feet on Each Side of
for Two Feet on Each Side of
the Ontside Rails of Said Tracks),
and Put in Granite Curbing Where
Necessary, Including the Neces
sary Gas, Water and Sewer Con-
nections to the Property Llnee.-
Judgment Entered in the District
Court January 25, 1800. .'•:?' *"-
Bazille and Roberts' Addition to West St.
Paul.
Supposed Owner and " Am't of
Description. .■■/*.-, Lot Block. Judgm't
Pauline Dieter ..4 15 $146.92
same ...... 5- 15 101.02
Richard Price 7 '9 167.32
Julia Hitchcock ..5 10 146! 92
same ...."..... 4 • 10 146.92
same 3 10 146.92.
Wm. ; Casey, easterly 40
feet. of ....4" ' 7 ■ 146.92
same, easterly 40 feet of. 5 ' 7."y 131.62
C. La Chance .3 '^7;V 146.92
Mathlas.lten „2 ; 7 146.92
same '1* v.7.:- 131.62
James Melady (except
northerly - 50 feet) :."... 10" 1 133.20
Wm. Fenton 9 -ll;- 116.32
Supposed Owner and •;* "■*.* Am't of
Description. Judgm't
Frank A. Seymour, lot 7, " block 2,
Eaton and Morrison's Addition to
West St. Paul (westerly of South
Robert street), and that part of .
Robert Court (vacated) lying in
front of said lot 7 and belonging
thereto by reason of said vaca
tion $133.40
Eaton and Morrison's Addition to West St.
Paul, y \
Supposed Owner and Am't of
Description. Lot. Block. Judgm't
J. V. I. Dodd, westerly of
South Robert street .... 9 s*"iß ,-•'•• $111.53
Albro L. Adams, westerly -
of South Robert street. 2 -r'B**;- 111.53
same, westerly of South
Robert street 3 8 15.09
Assessment for Paving With Grnnite
Blocks Sibley Street, From Fonrth
Street to the Granite Pavement
on .Said' Sibley Street In Front of
the "Union Depot Grounds, In-
eluding the Necessary Sewer, Wa
ter, Gas and Other Connections to
the Property Lines.— Judgment
Entered in the District Court Jan-
vary. 25th, 1800.
St. Paul Proper.
Supposed Owner and Am'tof
Description. Lot. Block. Judgm't
J. A. Ten Eyke, northerly
2-3 of 5&6 28 $640.42
Assessment for Paving AVith As-
phalt Fourth Street, From Broad-
way Street to Seven Corners (So-
way Street, to Seven Corners (So-
Called), at the Intersection AVith
Fort Street, Between the Cur Pis
Fort Street, Between the Curbs
and the Outer Rails of the Street
Car. Company, and Put in Granite
Curbing (AVhere Neccsssnry), To-
gether '> AVith ' the Necessary Gas,
Water and Sewer Connections to
AVater and Sewer -Connections to
the Property Judgment
Entered ln the District Court Jan-
nary 25th, 1800.
Whitney and Smith's Addition, St Paul.
Supposed Owner and Am't of
Description. Lot. Block. Judgm't
St. Paul, Minneapolis &
Omaha -R. R. Co. 4 14 $190.17
same 5 14 205.47
D. J. Hennessoy 6 14 227 91
same ..' 8 14 227^1
- Hopkins' Addition, St. Paul. -
Supposed Owner and Am't of
Description, y . Lot. Block. Judgm't
D. J. Hennessey, strip of v-
land lying next east of .
and .............. 1.2&3 1 $516.40
Wm. Knight, westerly tt
.of„--v;--'-: ••• 3 2 130.44
A. M. Carpenter 4 2 245.15
St. Paul Proper.
Supposed Owner and . Am't of
„. Description. ' Lot. Block. Judgm't
J. A. Ten Eyke, northerly
2-3 of *,*. :.-:. .y. :.:::....... 5 • 28 $190.12
same, northerly 2-3 0f.... 6 28 190.12
Henry Lamb .....4 26 245.25
same, easterly tt of north-
erly 2-3 of •""..../...••.'.:. 5" 26 95.31
John O'Connor, westerly
tt of 7..r.;*:'.r.*:..'..:v.*:.*:i3 •' is 95.62
Mark H. Maher ..........12 18 206.
C. A. Mann, westerly tt
of northerly 50 feet of. 3 .25 95.62
Estate Wm. F. David-" ' f-
son, westerly 3 feet 0f... 10 19 11.62
Charles Christian. easterly •
-to of '.....;.. 8 22 94.80
H. K. Mann et'-al *......-.'. 5 22 189.15
same et.al ...;.. — k.... 6 22 189.15
The Arcade Inv. Co 10»~, 21 189.40
same ...9. 21 189.40
same...;;. ..." B^> 21 - 189.40
same .7 21 189.40
Subdivision (.of. Lot 10. and East 48 Feet of
Lot 9. Block 10, Rice and Irvine's Addition,
St. Paul..,. ,L. •..-.;.* ./,/.,,..* .-..>_---... . '.-.
Supposed Owner and Am't of
Description. .. ... ...... Lot Judgm't
Lizzie E. Montgomery 2 $84.44
same .1 84.44
<!„™~CS and Irvine's Addition, St Paul.''/
Supposed Owner and Am'tof
lnhnDen?Crlption' v Lot- Bloct- Judgm't
Jo.hn T. Young, souther-
ly 83 feet of ............ a 10 jw'i) fa
same, southerly 83 feet of *
• westerly 12 feet 0f...... 9 10 46.36
E. Burnand, westerly 60 - .., ' , -
Florence cVwiVgis.'ww'tll .19 228-28
erly 40 feet of a 19 iki *(t
P. H. Lash, easterly 30 9 15135
feet of northerly 100 feet
O.Vculien'eVal.-.-un:2 " 114'3a
divided % of westerly 15
feet Of "... ! 17 * 3R .a
same et al., undivided % v
, of easterly 23 feet 0f... 2 17 52 -.1
Estate of M. Lamphrey 3
easterly 17% feet of
westerly 97 feet of 2 17 67 87
J. B. Tarbox. easterly io* '"* CT-87
feet of westerly 74tt feet
Estate " of ' D.' ' v., • ' Viand * " 80-2*
instate of D. W. Hand
, easterly 55 feet of west-
erly tt of ,2 17 108 97
Ramsey and Wilkin, undi- *
yided tt of westerly 5
feet of 2 17 9 93
same and same, undivided
to of easterly 5 feet of.. 3 17 9 93
Estate of D. W. Hand.
westerly 53% feet of
easterly 58% feet 0f.... 3 17 102.25
A. D. Nelson, westerly a
61tt feet of 3 17 %>* «.
Jane D. Joy 13 & 22995
Jane D. Joy 13 12 o"'* 95
Cynthia S. Fuller 12 12 229*9§
Christ Church 12 13 228
sral?,e • 11 13 228.61
J. C. Bettingen 10 13 228.61
James Stinson, westerly
40 feet of easterly 60 feet
.of ••'•;; 2 16 152.79
August Hammer, westerly
20 feet of easterly 80
feet of 2 16 76 38
Wm. Kasmirsky, westerly 2 15 76-S3
Wm. Kasmlrsky," westerly
wM*em,#"-- ••••••2 16 . 76.38
p2Vee<L°,f 2 18 76-38
E. T. bkidmore, easterly
24 feet of 3 1 a 91 m
Louisa C. Welsh, easterly
48 feet of westerly 96
feet of - 3 in* 109 «
J. H. Wilgus, westerly % BZ'4l
of (except Seventh
street) n 14 mM
same (southerly of Sev
enth street) 10" 14 229 23
same (southerly of Sev
enth street), easterly tt
foot of 9 14 2.31
M. R. and O. J. Minea,
westerly 26 feet of 2 15 55.53
Pauline Delter, westerly
32 feet of easterly 38 feet
o* • 3 15 121.93
H. Beuger, westerly 22
feet of 3 15 83.9?
Assessment for Paving: With As-
phalt Wabasha Street, Front
Third" Street to College Avenue,
Except in Front of the Court
House and City Hall Rlock on the
House and City Hall Block on the
Northeasterly Side of the Street
Car Tracks, Which Is Now Paved
AVith Brick, and Also Except Be-
With Brick, and Also Except Be-
tween the Ralls of the Street Car
Tracks and Between the Tracks,
and for Two Feet on Each Side oi
and for Two Feet on Each Side oi
the Outside Rails of Said Tracks,
and Put in Granite Curbing
(Where Necessary), Including the
Necessary Gas, "Water and Sewer.
Connections to the Properly'
Lines, and All Conduits Author-
ized by the City, and Put in Gran-
ite Toothing Where Necessary.—
Judgment Entered in the District
Court January 25th, 1800.
Davidson and Merriam's Subdivision of Lots
1 and 2, Block 22, St. Paul Proper.
Supposed Owner and Am't of
Description. Lot Judgm't
R. D. Sherman 2 $92.66
St. Paul Proper.
Supposed Owner and Am't of
Description. Lot Block. Judgm't
Albert Armstrong, south-
erly tt of northerly 1-3
of ••• 11&12 21 $91.49
The Arcade Investment
Co., southerly 75 feet of
northerly 125 feet 0f.1&2 21 275. 82
N. Pottgieser, southerly
22tt feet of northerly 45
„ feet of 10. 11&12 8 83.42
G. Pottgieser, northerly :~~ "■--
22tt feet of 10, 11&12 8 85.10
Pat Keigher, northerly 30
feet of southerly 50 feet l:y. ','
of l& 2 8 111.24
Bazille & Guerin's Addition, St. Paul.
Supposed Owner and Am't of
Description. Lot. Block. Judgm't
J. W. Cunningham, south-
erly % of northerly 2-3
of 11&12 8" $154.57
W. G. Taylor (except
northerly 100 feet). 4, 5& 6 ' 7 *" 184.87.
St. Louis Church, north- "- -. '
erly 100 feet of 4. 5& 6 7 463.63
Alexander Cathcart, south-
erly 23 feet of 1& 2 5 85.25
Pioneer Apartment House
Co., southerly 67 feet of
northerly 127 feet 0f.... 1 . 6 •' '.',
same, southerly 67 feet of
northerly 127 feet of
easterly 40 feet of 2 5 244.51
Kate E. Wanzer, south-
erly tt of 1& 2 ",2- 276.93
Pauline Ninlnger, north-
erly tt of 1& 2 2 ' 276.93
- All in the City of St. Paul, County of Ram-
sey and State of Minnesota.
v JOHN WAGENER,
City Treasurer.
March 13.
f
OFFICIAL
Proceedings of the Board of School
Proceedings of the Board of School
Inspectors.
Inspectors.
Published in the St. Paul Dally Globe of
March 13, 1896.
_ (Annual Meeting.)
St. Paul, Minn., March 10, 1896.
President Abbott in the chair.
Present— lnspectors May, McNair, McNa-
mcc, Scholle, Wilkes, Yoerg and Mr. President
—7. *
Absent o.
The reading of the minutes of the last meet-
ing was dispensed with and the same ap-
proved as published.
President Abbott announced that the meet-
ing had been called in accordance with the
Organic Act governing the board for the pur-
pose of electing a President, Vice President
and Secretary for the term of one year and
until their successors are elected.
On motion the. regular order of business was
dispensed with and consideration of accounts
against the board was taken up. "
CONSIDERATION .OF ACCOUNTS. '.:';,'
The following bills, in due form and ap-
proved by the proper committees, were pre-
sented :
No. In whose favor. Amount.
No. In whose favor. "'.»"• Amount.
1961, Black. Allan $125.00
1962, Board Water Commissioners...... - 2.00
1963, same ..." 300.81
1964, same , 67.75
1965, Brown. Treacy & Co 54.75
1966, Church of Our Father .'... 80.00
1967, Cunningham, J. W. & Co 37.50
1968, Dc Cou & Co .* ". 8.00
1969, Fehlen, Peter 25.00
1970, Globe Co ....:..... 15.56
1971, Gribben Lumber C 0.... 26.15
1972. Heck. Peter. 187.15
1973, Johnston, C.- H 25.00
1974, Johnson Electric Service Co 11.09
1975, Justus, < P. C "... 425.82
1976, Kees, Geo. A... t 34.59
1977, Maendler Bros 26.00
1978, John Martin Lumber Co 81.59
1979, Moshofsky Bros 25.85
1980 Minus & Meyer 2.99
1981. same 5.30
1 1982, same :."..: . 2.85
1983, Northwestern Hardware Co .80
1984, Noyes Bros. & Cutler • 91.30
1985, same... 2.50
I 1956, same 3.71
1957. Ohio Coal Co 1,255.51
1988, Pioneer Fuel C 0.... 2,249.25
1959, Prendergast Bros 16.01
1990, Quehl, Paul 30.01
1991, Robinson & Cary Co ; 8.35
1992, St Paul Gas Light C 0..... 51.75
1893, St. Paul Hardware Co 12.09
I 1994, same 4.35
1995, St. Paul Roofing, Cornice and Or-
nament Co „ 190.00
1996, Standard Oil Co. " 12.00
1997, Stevens & Robortson.. 2.50
1998, Valley. Iron Works 77.26
1999, Wagner & Wood Co ,9.00
2000, Wright, Barrett & Stilwell ...... 37. .
T0ta1........ $5,574.20
A motion was made for the passage of all
the abovo bllle, excepting therefrom the bill
I of P. C. Justus for $425.82,* which motion waa
! carried by - .••■"-•■•
Yeas— lnspectors May, McNair, McNamee,"
1 Scholle, Wilkes, Yoerg and Mr. President— 7.
- A roll call was now taken on the passage ot
the P. C. Justus bill, and it was passed by-
Yeas— lnspectors . May, McNamee, . Scholia,
Wilkes and Mr. President— 6. ,
Nays— lnspectors McNair and Yoerg— 2. *...
Inspector Yoerg here moved that the meet-
ing adjourn, Inspector McNameo seconding,
which motion prevailed. •
JAMES F. ANGELL, Secretary. . .

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