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The river was at a stand yesterday, at one
foot eleven inchei of water by the board.
The old transfer depot at the bend in the
river in the lower portion of the city, is being
The monthly meeting of the Woman's Chris
tian Home will be held at the Home, No. 11
Nash street, at 2.30 Friday afternoon next.
The St. Paul, Minneapolis & Manitoba aro in
rcooipt of a largo number of new fioight
oars. Th new cars arc lettered "St. P. M.
Big Tom McMahon of the Seven Corners beat,
made tbo only capture of the day. Hi cap
ture weighed a ton before he got him to the
station 150 pounds an and the rest whisky.
Peter Darling made an unmitigated nuisance
of himself.night before last, and was arraigned
yesterday on the charge of drunkenness.
will wax lean on county jail diet for three
Joseph Duauo has a weakness for egg
nips, and he luxuriated enough yesterday to
hatch a first-class drunk was walUed be
fore Judge Flint and hncd $ 3 for the amuse
As the garnishee matter only withdraws
$200 there is no reason why the State fair
Bociety should not pay their billb and premi
ums at onue. No one connected with the society
conld be found in the city yesterday.
Many of the squatters lately ouhtcd from
the ground condemned lor the shops of the
Northern Pacific railroad company are locating
along the track of the Chicago, Milwaukee
S t. Paul comimin, in the lowei portion of the
Ofhcer William Dowlan, of the municipal
court, is luxuriating in a handsome lace baby
cap. says it does not belong to him, bn
that he tound it on Wabashaw street and will
be glad to return it to the pretty owner, who
ever it may be.
Articles of incorporation of "Th Forest
Mills compane," forth transaction of a 'gen
eral milling business, buying and selling of
wheat and Hour, etc., with the principal piace
of business at Forest Mills, Goodhue county,
have been filed with the secretary of State.
The anuaal fair of the Dakota Uounty Agri.
cultural society is to be held at Farmmgton,
Sept. 24th, 25th and 26th. The society is mak
i ng arrangements for a full and creditable ex
hibition, with races and other attractions, so
that visitors may bo assured of a good time.
George Scott filled himself with tanglefoot
night before lost, and then got on the rampage.
tackled a man named Williams, and the
matinee was mtcirupted by a policeman, who
dragged both men to the station. Williams
was acquitted, and Duane paid $8.45 for his
A lumber wagon propelled by the usual horse
power discarded its motor yesterday on St. An
thony hill, Third street, and run it alone. Th
horses were knocked down, the driver became
useless and abandoned his charge, and the bot
tom of the hill was reached pell-mell, but no
body or nothing was hurt.
The Rico "Evangeline" troupe concluded
their engagement in this city last evening with
the performance of "Conrad, the Corsair."
The entertainment was excellent in all of its
features, tl ugh somewhat deficient in dotail.
i succeeded, however, in pleasing those who
were present, and all tho solo parts were well
The Minneapolis Ti ibunc remarked the other
day that Chief Munger and the so-called De
tective oy were in St. Panl the niaht before
masquerading. That very night two burg
larie- ocourred Minneapolis. Th chief
had better keep his eye on home, and leave off
his midnight processions, St Paul can do
Notification was filed in the office of the sec
retary of State yesterday, of the acceptance by
the Chicapo & Dakota railway company, of the
aot of the legislature of Minnesota, entitled
"an act providing for tho collection of taxes
from the St Paul, Stillwater & Taylors Falls
railroad company, and other railroad compan-
ies," approved March 10th. 1873.
A party by the name of V. Jackson, a
resident of Minneapolis, was at police
headquarters ycsteiday. Ho is one of the in
numerable sufferers by burglary whose names
have not been j, lven to th Minneapolis Tri
bune and Pioneer Pros. reported that the
police up there hadn'tcouldn'tdo anything
for him, and he begged succor from the police
Capt. Jerry Wood, who has been assisting
Capt. Law in the office of the Keokuk Northern
packet company, this city, for two weeks past,
took command of the Alex. Kendall yesterday
npon her arrival here, starting out for down
river points at 3 v. M. with all tho passengers
and freight the boat could accomodate. Tb
Anna is expected here to leave for down river
The following decree of divorce was yester
day rendered by Judge Simons in tho case of
Emilo Milke vs. Christian Milke: I is ordered
that the marriage between said plaintiff, Emile
Milke, and the defendant, Christian Milke, be
dissolved, and tho same is hereby dissolved ac
cordingly, and tho said parties are, and each of
them is freed and absolutely released from the
bonds of matrimony and all obligations thereof.
Mr. Randall Blown, tho mind reader, who
has created so wide a sensation throughout the
country, intends to give an entertainment at
the Opera House, on Sunday evening next.
will be assisted by Mr. Everett, tho gentleman
who has made a specialty of exposing the hum
bug of spiritualism students of psycology
and all people interested in mental phe
nomena the cntertaintaent will no doubt provo
exceedingly attractive. Fighting for a Cur
"When Greek meets Greek, then cornea the
tug of war, but this time the aforesaid tug is
applicable to the triangularfightof three He
brews, and the battle 13 being waged with a
pertenaoity that bids fair to result most dis
astrously to the degenerate sons of Moses.
The incipient war grew out of a wrangle
over a shiftless mongrel. In oolor, the cur
was siokled o'er with a native hue of yaller.
The fight took place in West St. Paul, where
Charles Geisler sallied forth with his little
pop to exterminate the canine. The "dorg"
was duly encountered, so was its owner, Na
than Blomenthal, and a fellow named ltosen
holz, who aided with the owner of the "porp,"
but whether he owned a proprietary
right in the animal is not known.
Geisler reconnoitered, and finally banged
away at the dog. Tho shiftless animal sneak
ed away with his tail down to giggle, while
the bullet meandered about and finally lodg
ed in Bfomenthal'fl arm, creating a flesh
wound. The nimrod was arrested, on being
apprised of which ho swore out a warrant for
the arrest of Blomenthal and Rosenholz on
the charge of abstracting $21 from his
trowsers pockets. Both cases were called
yesterday morning, but owing to the non-at
tendanceof witnesses the examinations were
postponed until the 15th inst.
Go to Hicks' restaurant for your excellent 25
St. Paul Business College
Complete catalogue. Endorsements direct
from leading business houses. Also, along list
of former students in business will be sent, by
addressing W. A Faddia, principal, corner
Thud and Jackson streets, St Panl, Minn.
Don't fail to send promptly to the "old relia-
ble." Custom Department of Devlin & Co., New
We have received samples of fall and winter
saltings and overcoatings from Devlin & Co.,
New York, from which we take orders for cus
tom clothing. First-class work, first-olass
trimmings nd first-olass fits. Suits to order,
from $15 to $85. Overcoats to order, from $15
to W5. Boston "One-Price" clothing house. 43
Km Third street, St. Paul.
A regular oommnnioation of Ancient Land
mark lodge, No 5, A & A. will be hold
in Masonic hrtl, this Thursday evening, Sept.
Utb, 1879, at iiSO o'clock, sharp. Work in the
entered apprentice degree.
A BUBNINOHAM, Seo'y.
Forftfine raw or fry, go to Hicks' restaurant,
91 Jackson street. Best in St. Panl.
Mstftt ifHurf l.ill j^jjmrtjfl&MJiai Mwaiitia'
City Treasurer's Sale.
OFFICE or TBS CITY TREASURES,
ST. PAUL, MINN., Septembe 11th, 1879.
Notice is hereby given, that under and by
virtue of a judgment entered on the 9th day of
September, 1879, in the District Court, second
judicial district, Ramsey county, State of Min
nesota, against the hereinafter described real
estate, situate, lying and being in said city and
county, on an assessment warrant for
THE OPENDXG OF AN ALLEY IN BLOCK
81, ST. PAUL PROPER, FROM JACKSON
TO ROBERT STREET,
in said city of St. Paul, the undersigned will,
on Tuesday, the 23d day of September, 1879,
at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, at the front door
of the City Treasurer's office, in the city of St
Paul, county of Ramsey, offer for sale at public
auction, as provided by law, to the best bidder
for cash, the following described real estate,
St. Paul Proper.
Supposed owner and Am' of
W Dawson, commencing at cor
ner of land deeded by E S Goodrich
to Sibley, Nov. 25,1857 thence
n'ly parallel with so-called St Charles
street, 54 ft then w'ly parallel with
Third street 65 ft thence se'ly in a
direct line to place of beginning, (ex-
cept part taken for alley,) being in
lot 1, block 31. St. Pa ul proper, in the
city of St Paul, Minn $ 559 40
A. Clover, commencing where the
line of lot 1, block 31, St. Pa nl pro
per, intersects the line of Third
street thenceo'ly along Third street
30 ft thence s'ly parallel with said
line of said lot 1, 106 ft thence
w'ly parallel with Third street 30
to line said lot 1 thence n'ly along
said line to place of beginning,
(except nart taken for alley), being
part of lot 1, block 31, St Pa ul pro
per, in the city of S Paul, Minn $259 65
All in the city of St. Paul, county of Ramsey
and State of Minnesota. A RENZ,
240-43 City Treasurer.
OFFICE OF TH E TREASURER,
Sr. PAUL, MINN., Septembe 11th, 1879.
AH persona interested in the assessments for
the construction of a sewer on Sixth street,
from Minnesota Btreet to Robert street,
or for the
construction of a sewer on Fif th street, from
Fort street to a point at or near the west line
of Oak street,
or for the
construction of a sewer on Third street, from
Wabashaw street to Minnesota street,
WILL TAKE NOTICE,
that on the 10th day of September, 1879,1 did
receive different warrants from City Com p
troller of the city of St Panl, for the col
lection of the above named assessments.
The nature of these warrants is, that if yon
fail to pay the assessment with in
after the first publication of this notice, I shall
report you and your real estate so assessed as
delinquent, and apply to the District Court of
the county of Ramsey, Minnesota, for judg
ment against your lands, lots, blocks or parcels
thereof so assessed, including interest, cost and
expenses, and for an order of the Court to sell
the same forth payment thereof.
F. A RENZ,
240-350 City Treasurer.
Notica for Judgment.
OFFICE O TH E CITY TREASURER, 1
ST. PAUL, MINN., Septembe 11th, 1879.
I will make application to the District.Court
in and for the county Of Ramsey and State of
Minnesota, at the special term held Saturday,
October 4th, 1879, at the Court House in St. Paul,
Minnesota, for judgments against the several
lots and real estate embraced in a warrant in
my hands for the collection of unpaid assess
ments, with interest and costs thereon for the
hereinafter named special assessments.
All in the city of St. Paul, county of Ramsey
and State of Minnesota, when and where all
persons interested may attend and be heard.
The owners and descriptions of lots and real
estate are as follows:
ASSESSMENT FO THE CONSTRUCTION
OF SIDEWALKS UNDER CONTRACT O
Dated December 16th, 1878, in front of the
following described property, to-wit:
Mackubin & Marshall's Addition.
Supposed owner and Am' to
description. Lot. Block. Assessm't
Cornelius Williams 23 17 $ 5 90
Same 24 17 6 38
SWFay 2 5 17 6 38
Same 26 17 6 38
Same 27 17 6 38
Bernard Michel 28 17 6 38
John Kelly 5 19 9 60
St. Joseph's church, that
block of land bounded
by Carroll on the n,
by Iglehart ton the s,
by Virginia avenue on
the o, and by Western
avenue on the w, in tho
city of St. Paul 113 52
Cleopatra A Gorman, that
part lying of Carroll
street 7 2
Same, that part lying of
Carroll street 8 2
Ann Gellatly 1 3
W Markoe 3 3
Maria Markoe 4 4
Same 5 5
Mary MoArdle, east 15 3
Same 16 3
Mary Melton, Samuel
Melton, Virginia Clark
and Preston Melton.. 20 6
Same 21 6
Eiaren Kelly 22 6
John A Miller 27 6
Same 28 6
James Mullins 4 4
Sarah Graham 8 4
CarlGManke 1 5
Same 2 5
Patrick Reilly 3 6
Richard Hassard.......... 6 5
Same 7 5
Same 8 5
Eugene Finch 9 5
ThosJ Kelly 10 5
Carl lloddatz 12 5
JEAtherton 14 5
Albert Lmdeke 15 5
Same jfi 5
HilMi^ .l 'li w, TIMI I il IFi'H'i'llililF'iliii'nti i IffiHIl^ "I J~x~ qgBnpmaMppMB
i' JP^,*tiwt "'-few.*?
St, Panl Proper.
Supposed owner and Am' of
description. Lot Bl'k ABsessm't
Ohas Colter, 45t of. 6 16 5 17
Bazille & Ouerin's Addition.
Jacob Stolti, 22 to
Sarah Wakefield, a 28
of 75 ft of 7 2 11
Nicholas Wagner, 2 5
of 100 ft of 8 11
Henry Sohaub, 25" of
100 of 3 11
Snsannah Bork, 25 of
W 100 Of 0 11 8 76
A Smith 8
John Foley 13
Mary Francis McKay 14
Jens Hansen 1
Peter N Madien 2
A Smith 6
1 0 0
Rondo's Addition to St Paul.
Paul Hurter 12 9
DWIngersoll 6 10
Same 7 10
W Chambers 6 11
Same 7 11
Bailey's Addition to Rondo's Addition.
Herman Weinke 10 2
W Weinke 11 2
Same 1 2 2
John Amnndson 1 3
John Stanton 6 3
7 0 2
faackubin & Marshall's Addition.
Dennis Maddigan 2 5 19
Same 26 19
Jeremiah McCarthy 1 2 2
Same 2 2 2
Same 3 2 2
W A Trnesdale 7 2 2
Ohas Colter, 22 of
John Cook, 80 of
22 of 86J \&
Pomeroy, 111 of
Luoretla McLean, 60
of 168 ft of a MX ft, 18
Whitney & Smith's Addition.
V* Sf^ww J"
11 10 54
John O'Donnell, n'ly .12 14
Richard Slater, of
s'ly^ 12 14
Universalist Church of St.
Paul, 100 4 7
Same, same 5 7
Same, same 6 7
John Rachatz, that portion
of lot 4 of Leech's Ou
Lots, beg on Fort
137.10 ftwof.w line of
Douglass st par
allel with said Douglass
st 160 ft, thence 40 ft,
thence and parallel
with Douglass st" 123
to Fort st thence 55
s'ly of 5J 7 16
Rice & Irvine's Addition.
Bazille & Guerin's Addition.
Magoffin & Breckenridge's Addition.
John O Breckenridge, Be
riah Magoffin 17 2
Same, same. 18 2
Same, same. 19 2
Same, same 2 0 2
Same, same 21 2
Margaret Moore 25 2
John Breckenridge, Be
riafi Magoffin... 26 2
Robertson & Van Etten's Addition.
Mary S Mayall 3
Peter Gins 5
James Carr 6 11
Mary S Maysll 5 12
Quart Hewi tt 3
John A Withal 4
Same Some 2
9 9 9 9 9
9 9 9
M. Ranney's Subdivision of Block 11, Stm
W Johnson, assignee of
Same 2 0
Ole Brnnsberg 21
W Johnson, assignee of
(Beware of Counterfeits.)
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Henry's Carbolic Salve cures the worst sores.
Henry's Carbolic Salve allays the pain of burns.
Henry's Carbolie Salve cures all eruptions.
Henry's Carbolic Salve heals pimples and blotches.
Henry's Carbolic Salve wiU cure cuts and bruises.
Physicians give it the highest recommendatione.
Henry's Carbolic Salve
Is used extensively in hospitals, and is found to be
npt only a thorough partner and disinfectant, but
also the most wonderful and speedy healing remedy
ever known. Ask for HENBY'B, and tak?no other.
Towoslej's Toothache Anodyne,
CUBES I N ONE MINUTE.
|VBeware of Counterfeits.
JOHN HENRY, GUBBAN & CO
24 Cortege Place, New York.
Noyes Bros. Cutler, Wholesale Agents. Si
Paul, Minn. SlMU-eod
Fire Insurance Co., ofKew York,
H. M, HAET, Agent,
^t Thir itmt, stPftul.
THB ST. PAUL DAILY GLOBE, THURSDAY MORNING, SEPT. ll, 1879.
FI VE CEN TS A LI NE
The GLOBE "Want" and Employ
Advertisements in this columnare published
at five cents a line each insertion, but in
order to prove the efficiency of the GLOBE as
an advertising medium, and also to aid the
unemployed, we wiladvertisementtwenty-five publish for
10 10 10
9 9 9
three-lin of Situa
tions Wanted and Situations Offered, and con
tinue theadvertisement untiltheobjec
for is accomplished.t Fortwenty-fivetsough,t cents
the man out ofwork can advertise for a situa
tion until hefindsone.
6 line insertion.
12 3 2
10 10 10 10 10
Octavius Hanburg, all of 12 42 90
All in the city of St. Paul, county of Ramsey
H**e *f A RENZ an,Ad Stat Minnesota.
CONSUMPTION CANBE CUBED
HALL'S BALSAM I
FOR THE LUNGS,
Coughs, Colds, Pneumenla, Bronchitis.
Asthma, Croup, Whooping Cough.
and all diseases of the breathing organs
Leading Specific for Consumption.
It soothes and heals the membrane of the lunos.
inflamed and poisoned by the diuase, and prevents
the night sweats and tightness across the chest which
Is not an incurable malady. It is only necessary to
have the right remedy, and HALL'S BALSAM is
DON'T DESPAIR OF BELIEF, for this benign
peciflo will cure you, even though professional
-A. Mlatss ofEvidenee
Has been accumulating during a period of THIRTY
TEABS proving the efficacy of
In all diseases where the Throat, Chest and Lungs
are affected and showing the estimation in which
the remedy is held by the publio and the medical
profession. Sold by.all druggists
Rirlwanted at No 34 Sherburne avenue,
head Jackson street. MBS H. HALL. 340*
S t. Paul Proper.
W Davidson, of 1 12
Cfaas Milpg, mid 1 12
Mary S Mayall, 1 J2
Estate of Domiden,
north 14 12
Mary E Parker, of
middle^ 14 12
EBAAIhs, n^ofs^.,14 1 2
Mary Cou, of
souths 14 12
Pomeroy, 17% of
125ft 1 17
Harrison, O Har
rison, 3 1 17
A Nininger, Melvina
Hendrickson, 14 17
Geo Baxter, 20 of
20feet 8 13
Elsie A Whitney, sl-6... 7 13
George Hill, of mid3^ 7 13
John Donaldson, 2 6%
of 75 7 13
Chas Colter, n'l 45% 7 16
Jacob Botsford, 51^"
girl for general housework at 134
East Tenth street. 232-
WANTEDA Fma'l family Enquire at 20 Fort street. 380
WANTEDA Wages S16.00 a month Address Mrs. J. A.
Porter, Barron House Laundry, Faribault. 222
1TANTE/)A girl for general houswork at 144
Robert street MRS. J. S. PECK, 214*
TfjTANTEDA girl to do general heusework, at
Mrs Sewall's, Carroll street, between Arundel
and Mackubin. 213*
TJIfANTEDA good woman cook. Good wageB and
steady employment Apply at once at TivoU
restaurant, Stillwater 312
ANTEDA girl for general housework, at 78
Dayton avenue. 210*
fXT"ANTEDA rl for general housework, 29 Mis
sissippl street. 204*
German boys who must come
well recommended. CaU on Conrad Sohmidr.
No. 40 West Third street. 289*
5 08 WANTEDTailorbuand
358 3 58
Warren & Rice's Addition.
3 8 2
3 8 2
3 8 2
3 8 2
Smith's Subdivision of Stinson's Division.
._ a lucrative and permanent location and business,
can learn of same by addressing Charles Collins.
Brule City, D. T. 236'
tailoress at 124 Wabashaw
street. None first-class workmen need ap
ply. VITCOFSKEY. 232-
bell boy at the Clarendon.
hundred hands for machine
work Appl to Lmdekes, Warner &Schur
T^TANTED-A situation as foreman by a man ex-
T'' perienced in manufacturing clothing, shirts,
overalls, eto. Address J. B., GLOBE office. 234*
care of horseaan chorea about the house.
Address WM. MILLER, 42 West Sixth st. 233*
young an, a place to work
morning evening for his board. Best of
references given. Address G. A., this office. 206-
LADY wants, a situation as housekeeper a
small familyj la a first-class cook. Canghe
good references. MBS SIMONS, 97 Robert street.
SEAL ESTATEin the City.
ESTATE BARGAINSCheapest in St.
1. East half lot 2, block 8, WUIBIOW'S addition,
subject to worthless tax sale
2. Lot 3, block 5, Bice Si Irvinevery cheap.
3 Nineteen acresTen acres cultivated. N 14
SW. 14 SW. Sec. 17, 29, R. 22 three miles from
bridge dwelling, barn and well One-half acre cur
rants, seventy-five apple trees, strawberry beds, etc.,
etc. $2,200 cash. Cheapest property in the market
Apply to OSCAR STEPHENSON, 33 Wabashaw
HAVE desirable residence lots for sale on easy
terms, and to those who will erect a house I will
give time on apart or the whole of the purchase
price. U. LAMPEEY 126*
In the Country.
AAA ACBES choice farm lands, early eelec
tions, cenvenient to railroad stations,
prime wheat lands or natural meadows, as you may
prefer, in tracts of 160 to 640 acres, inKandiyohLOhlp
pewa, Pope and Stevens counties, for sale by
LEONARD HODGES, St. Paul, Minn. Sl-dftw
yon want any good farming land
write to or inquire of LEONARD HODGES
St. Paul Minn. Sl-d&w
RENTTwo nicely furnished front rooms,
down stairs Steady gentlemen preferred. An
plj at No 18 Oak street 233-63
RENTSeveral very nice rooms in the Mc
Quillan Block, corner of Wabashaw and Third
streets. Suitable for offices or sleeping rooms. In
quire of MEAD & THOMPSON, in the building.
RENTHouse corner Broadway and Eleventh
House 51 Mississippi street.
House 40 Marshall avenue after October 1st.
House 84 Marshall avenue
Rooms in Alley block, opposite elevator.
2*0 THOMAS COCHRAN, JR.
RENTA good house, 221 Franklin street,
rooms, good well, cistern and barn, in good
Three (3) Story Brick Building,
38 Sibley formerly occupied by Miner
& McCarthy. Enquire of BEAUPBE ALLEN &
AND LOT FOB SALE^-On Goodrich
street. Seven rooms small cash payments
very cheap. GBIGGS, JOHNSON & BHODES.
adjustable cut-oft*, slide valve en
cylinder in good running order. Can
be seen running at elevator "A,1'
upper Third street
a** W. S. TIMERMAN, Manager.
FOB SALEOne of the best paying
hotels in this State, well advertised and very
popular. Lease, furniture, and good will, for sale at
a bargain Address box 666, P. O., St. Paul 196*
borrow $2,000 to $2,500 on first
class improved lower town property. Address
J. J., this office 226*
LOST AND FOUND.
STRAYEDd tips an inside of ears red will weigh 1,200 or
1.400 lbsnearly 10 years old. MBS GEO. TOW-
LEBTON, No. 11 Columbia street, near St. Paul it
Pacific Round House. 238-44
HOUSES CABBIAOES Ac.
with $1,000 in an already
establishe business. Object, to increase tho
same. No debts Address W. W through GLOBE.
ANTEDA team to haul rooks 44 Summit ave
O LAUNDRY, 88 E Third
street. Good for and delivered. 339-38
of the late war, their widows
andjbeira, and survivors of the wsr of 181/, to
enclose two osnta postage for circulars of .the new
Pension and Bounty Laws with late decisions.
J. B. BOTTINEAU,
Attorney and Solicitor of Claims, No. 313 Hennepin
Arenne, Minneapolis. Minn. 236-42
FIVE CENTS A LINE
S SALE OF REAL ESTATEThe
right and of redemption of Charles Col
ter in and to thirty-six lots in Summit Park addition,
and Holoombe's addition to S Paul, will be sold at
publio auction Tuesday, September 16, 1879. at 2
o'clock P. 11., at the front door of the old court
house, in the city of St. Paul, Ramsey county, Min
nesota. The property to be sold is as follows: Lots
3,4, 6 and 7, Summit Park addition lots 1,2,3.4
5,6,7,8,9,10, 11 and 12,13, 14, 15, 16, 17 and 18
block 1, Holcombe's addition to St. Lots i
(excepteasterly ten feet), 3, i, 5,6,7,8,Paul. 11,12,13,14,
15,16 and 17, except easterly ten feet, in block 4 of
Holoombe's addition. The above property,has been
foreclosed by mortgage sale, and the assignee of
Charles Colter, under an order of court, has been
authorised to sell the right of redemption therein of
Charles Colter from such foreclosure sale, and the
right, title and interest of said Colter in and to said
property, and each of said loWMll be sold as above.
P. KAVAHAQH, Auctioner.
good laundry and two first-class
dining roo girls, at Foster house. Hastings.
girl for general housework in a
good washer and ironer (woman).
FURNITURE, ETO AT AUCTION
I wil sell at the corner of Olive and Ninth
streets, on Thursday, Sept 11th, at 10 o'clock A. M.,
a few articles of furnit.Te, etc., consisting of two
coal stoves, one "Charter Oak" cook stove, one wood
stove, bath tub, bed room set, coal, wood, eto., etc.
These goods must be sold, as the owner, Mr Gus
tavo Hanauer, is breaking up housekeeping, his fami
ly being about to remove to the East.
339 Commission Auctioneer.
AUCTION SALE OF REAL ESTATE-
H. Fairchild, real estate agent, 42 Jackson
street, will sell at auction, at 11 A. M., Wednesday,
September 17th, the following large ist of valuable
property, without limit or reserve, to redeem from
mortgages and judgments. Terms cash within one
week on delivery of deed
A lot on St Peter street, between Ninth and Ex
change, 23x100, with shoe store and dwelling on it
A lot on St Peter street, between Ninth and Ex
change, 25x100, with tobacco store on it
A lot on St. Peter street, between Ninth and Ex
change, 35x100, with tin store on it, but in this case
do not sell the building.
A lot 25x150, on the corner of Eleventh and Minne
sota streets, two dwelling on itwill sell separately, if
Ten desirable lots lying between Western and Vir
ginia avenues, and between Thomas and La Fond
75x100 feet corner Rondo and Joaette streets.
A pleasant, commodious dwelling and five lots on
corner Rondo and Josette streets, together or singly,
as desired This house is surrounded with trees and
shrubbery, and with the five lots together, makes a
pleasant, quiet home. I shall sel one, two, three,
four or five lots with house as at the time seems best.
This is, indeed, an extraordinary opportunity for
cash customers to get a cheap home or place for busi
ness, or to make a good investment. Those seeing
this, and wanting to make an investment this
rapidly growing city, so full of promise for the fu
turethough they live a thousand ml es offmay
come with the full assurance that every piece wi 1 be
sold in good faith to the highest bidder. A hard ne
cessity compels it. I will commence the sale on St
Peter street precisely at 11.
H. S. FAIROHILD,
R. GROUTEvery description of Sign
Painting, cloth eigne, metal signs, glass signs,
wood signs standard, unapproachable. Prices to
suit. No 112 East Third street, near Jackson, St
young German to take
experienced dressmaker, who
can give sewing to do in pri
vate families Enquire at 257 Cedar street. 233*
TTC7"ANTEDSituation by a young man in some
TT merchandising establishment, wholesale pre
ferred. Address J. A. B., this office. 220*
as engineer Flouring mill
preferred. Address, 9. G. this office. 218
by a young mau as book
keeper, reference furniBhed. Address B.,
GLOBE office. 215.
situation by a young German from
the East, a grocery or a liquor store. Ad
dress Walterstorff & Morltz, 125 East Seventh street.
by drug clerk who thorough
ly understands th prescription business. Ad
dress, stating aoionnt expect to pay, Druggist, box
202, Waseca, Minn.
FITZGIBBON, house and
sign painting. No. 137 Jackson street 84
GEO. BLAXEM0 RE
In Minnesota. All kinds of
Gold Frames Made to Order,
Old frames re-gilt and repa red as good as new, at
very low prices
85 WJSST TUIJtD 8TREET, ST. PATTU.
All orders by mail promptly attended to. 225 316
C. I MOCABTHT.
(Odd Fellow's Block, Opposite P. 0.)
And dealers in all kinds of
Habits, Robes, Etc.
Bodies prepared for burial. Funerals taken charge
of, and satisfaction guaranteed. 103
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
Blank Books, Fine Engrav
ing 8 and Fancy Goods,
Wedding Stationery, Card Engming and Artists
Materials a specialty.
Comer Third ^Jjfifilg+t Jnm*+
SUMMER BESOBT S.
LAKE ELMO, MINN..
(Twelve miles from St. Paul, on St Paul & SbUwate
This well known favorite Summer Resort 1B now
open for the reception of guests Location high
and dry, water pure and free from lime One hun
dred and fifty acres of lawn and woodland. Fmest
sail and row boats in the State. A fine steam yacht
and pleasure barge. Billiards, bowling, croquet
shooting gallery, lawn terrace, gymnasium, and the
grounds beautifully lighted by
Hotel new, furniture new, everything first-olass.
The famous Great Western Band will give concerts
every Wednesday afternoon and evening. 166
And a complete stock of Sheet Mnsie and musical
R. O. MUNGER
7 1 Eas TMr Street
OR STOLENA large, white cow, with
for the celebrated Emerson
Fisher & Co's Carriages, Phaetons.
and Spring Wagons. Edward McKinney, Wabashaw
street, is sole agent for St. Paul and surrounding
country. All correspondence promptly answered,
and work fully warranted, A. OBEIGH,
188' General Salesman.
Teas and Coffees.
Atlantic & Facile Tea Co.
31tt East Third Btreet, St. Paul.
37 BA8T THIRD STREET.
Corner 7th ft Jackson Streets, St. Panl.
'Three minutes walk from the depot. Fire proof
PRICES TO SUIT THE TDE8,$1J50PEB DA?.
Z^ OivelttrisJ siidiseforyoaneIveB.^^|
H.T. 0._F Own, ^-,j Proprietor
The dealers in gent's furnishing goods and cloth
ing in other parts of the city having violated the
"Early Closing Agreement,"
whioh requires stores to be closed at 8 M., the un
dersigned dealers on
wJBh to give public notice that hereafter our etoies
will be open as late as business demands,,
MONTEN, PETBR~ON & CO
On and after Wednesday, August 20th, one of the
steamers of the St. Paul & St. Croix Packet Co wm
leave SUllwateron the arrival of the 10:10 A. M. train
on the St Paul, Still* ater & Taylors Falls Road
Beturning, will connect with the 2:25 p. train
next day, making the trip daily from St Paul to the
Dalles. Fare for round trip only
Purchase tickets at Union Depot, foot of Jackson
JOHK U. RKAhET, Manager.
134 Levee, St. Paid
Keokuk: Northernjjine Paeiet Co.
SIDE WHEEL PASSENGER PACKETS
For St. Louis and Intermediate Points.
Connecting with all railroads for the East and South,
will lea\e St. Paul
Sundays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays,
A I S o'clock
JOHK H. REANET, Agent,
Levee, St. Paul.
PLUMBING, &A S FITTING,
Pump and Supplies
Always on Hand.
All work Warianted to Give Satisfaction
No. 296 W. 7th St., St. Paul.
KENME & HUDNE E S sffft*
^^"Call and see them before purchasing.
105 West Third Street, St. Paul
J. G. DONNELLY.
McCarthy & Donnelly,
STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF
SWIFT District Court, Twelfth Judicial Dis
In the matter of the apphca'ion of the Hastings &
Dakota Bailway Company for the appointment of
three competent, disinterested persons, as coxmis
oners, to ascertain and determine the compensation
to be made by said company to the owners of 1 nds
respectively, and to all tenants, incumbrancers, end
0 hers Interested there n, for the tak ug or injuriously
affecting the same, by reason of the laying out, co
struciimr, operating at maintaining he railway i
sa company over, across and through such lands.
To a 1 whom may concern: Take notice, that the
re-ort of the com an ssionersac pointed by the tbove
naxed court to ascertai i and determine the compen
sation to be made to the owner cr owners respective
ly, and to a 1 tenw ts, incumbrancers and thers in
the county of Swift, in the State of Mint esota,
appropriated by ths end Hastings & Dakota Biilway
Company in layu the track of said railway, and for
ether puri oses, awarding damages said owners
and claimants, has been nled by the Baid railway
compaDywith the clerk of said ab^ve-n-med court,
1 his office in Benso-i, ia the county of Swift, the
State aforesaid, before the date cf th not ce to-wit,
oa the 28th day of August, A. D. 1879
L. L. BAXTER.
Att rney for the Hastings & Dako a Railway Co.
mHE STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF
CHIPPEWA. strict Court, Twelfth Jud cial
In tho matter of the app catioa of the Hastings &
Dakota Bat way Company, forth i appoctm^nt of
three competent, disinterested persons, as cominis
oner to abcertain asd det i ne the compensation
to be made by sad any to the owners of lands
respective y, and to all nants, incumbrancers, and
others interested therein, for the taking or injurious
affecting the same, by ason of the aying out, con
structing, operating and intaining th-j railway of
said company over, acioss and through t^ch lands.
To all whom it may ncern: Take notice, that the
report of the commissi ners appoi by the above
named court to ascertain and determine the comcen
sation to be made to the owner or owners of lauds re
echvey, and to a touarte, incumbrancers and
others in the county of Chippewa, -the State of
Minnesota, appropriated by the said Hastings & Da
kota Railway Com any in laying the track of said
railway, and for other purposes, awarding damages
to said owner and claimants, has been ed by the
said railway company th the clerk of said above
named court, his office in Montevideo, in the
county of Chippewa, in the Etate aforesaid, before
the date of this notice, to-wit, on the 23d day of Au
gust, A. D. 1879.
T. L. BAXTER,
Attorney for the Hastings & Dakota Rai way Co
STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTIES OF
Stevens, Big Stone and Traverse District
Court, for tho Twelfth Judicial District.
In the matter of the application of the Hast ngs &
Dakota Railway Company, for the appointment of
tliree competent, disinterested persons, as Commis
sioners, to ascertain and determine the compensa
tion, to be made by said company, to the owners of
lands respectively, and to all tenants, incumbrancers,
and others interested therein for the taking oriujnr
iously affecting the same, by reason of the laying
out, constructing, operating and maintaining the
railway of said company over, across and through
such lands. To all whom it may concern. Take no
tice that the report of the commissioners appointed
by the above named court to ascertain and detenmno
the compensation to be made to the
owner or owners of lands respectively
and to all tenants, incumbrancers and
others in the county of Big Sonte, in the State oi
Minnesota, appropriated by the said Hastings it
Dakota Radway Company in laying the track of
said railway, and for other purposes, awarding
damages to said owners and claimants, has been
filed by the said railway company with the clerk of
said above named court in his office in Morris, in
the county of Stevens, in the State aforesaid, before
the date of this notice, to-wit, on the 28th day of
August, A. D. 1879.
I* L. BAXTER,
Attorney for the Hastings & Dakota Railway Co.
SALE OF STATE LANDS.
STATE OF MTKNESOTA,
Notice is hereby given that the Auditors of the
counties of Anoka, Becker, Benton, Blue Earth,
Brown, Carver, Chisago, Cottonwood, Dakota,
Dodge, Faribault, Fillmore, Goodhuo,
Hennepin, LeSueur, Jfclrfod, Mower,
Pino BiceFreeborn,Sherbu Scott, ne
Sibley, Steele, Todd, Wabashaw, Wadena, Waseca,
Washington, Watonwan, Winona and Wright, will
offer at publio sale, upon the terms prescribed by
law, all the School, Agricultural College, University
and Internal Improvement Lands, appraised and un
sold in their respective counties, on Saturday, Oct.
25th, 1879, at 10 o'clock A. M,
Sales In the counties named-below
the Commissioner follows:
will be held by
Mortison, LittleaFallB, Tuesday, Oct. 7,1879.
Stearns, St. Oloud, Wednesday, Oct. f, 1879
Pope, Olenwood, Thursday, Oct. 9, 1879.
Douglas, Alexandria, Friday, Oct. 10,1879. ~-,d
Otter Tail, Fergus Falls, Saturday, Oct. 11,1879.
Swift, Benson.'Monday, Oct. 13,1879.
Kandiyohi. Willmar, Tuesday, Oct. 14,1879.
Meeker, Litohneld, Wednesday, Oct. 15,1879.
Isanti, Cambridge, Friday, Oot 17,1879.
Ramsey, State Land Office, Saturday, Oct. 26,1879.
^U lands no* owned by persona whose crops have
failed, npon which interest is delinquent for more
tcan one year, will be declared forfeited and reof
fered, unless previously redeemed. List of the lands
to be offered may be found at the Auditor's office,
in each of said counties, for two weeks prior to tho
sent 4 fit th., *P
sept 4-6t thu Commissioner
C. F. PUSCH,
MerttTaM aid Draper
A PUBLIC BENEFIT!
Only $175 Cash.
Our iles already made and orders coming in prove
that our great offer of a first-class Piano at the
astonishingly LOW PBICE of $175 exactly meets a
long-felt want This is
THE GEKATEST BARGAIN
in the country. Every Piano warranted.
Farms lor Sale I
160 acres in Jackson County, Minnesota.
160 acres in Meeker county, Minnesota.
140 acres in Isanti county, Minnesota.
80 acres in Todd county, Minnesota.
40 acres in Douglas county, Minnesota.
80 acres in Houston county, Minnesota.
The above is all choice farming lands, which we
will sell at low price for cash, or part cash and bal
ance on time with approved security. For descrip
tion of lands and further particulars, address ST.
PAUL HARVESTER WORKS, St Panl, Minn.
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
St. Panl aid Minnesota Eipsttiofl,
Signed and Adopted by the Undersigned
Incorporators in Manner Following, viz:
The name i the corporation hereby formed
shall be the "St. Panl and Minnesota Exposi-
tion." The general nature of its business is
the promotion and enconragement of agricul
tural industires and mechanical pursuits in all
their branches, including the raising and breed
ing of stock and the holding of fairs and
other public exhibitions in the State of Min
nesota for the promotion of such pursuits. It
principal place of business shall beat St. Panl,
Minn., and its first annual exposition shall be
held the fir-t week in September, A 1880.
The corporation hereby organized shall com
mence immediately and shall continue for a
period of fifty ears
The amount the capital stook of said cor
poration shall be one hundred thousand (100,-
000) dollars, shares of fifty dollars each, to
be paid in from time to time as the exigencies
of its business shall require, npon the call of
the board of directors.
The highest amount of indebtedness or lia
bilities to which said corporation shall at any
time be subject is hereby limited to fifty thou
The naircs and placcB of residence of the
persons forming this association for mcorpora
tion are as fallows.
HEN RY SIBLEY,
GEORGE E FINCH,
WM. R. MERRIAM,
All of St Paul, Minn.
CHARLES A. DEGRAFF,
Of Janesville, Minnesota
The government of said corporation hereby
formed, and the management of its affairs,
shall be vested in a board of directors consist
ing of nine members who shall be elected at
the unnnal meeting of Raid association, to be
held at such time and place as shall be pre
scribed by the by-laws of the asso
ciation, and such directors shall con
tinue as such until their successors
are elected and qualified. There shall be
elected annually by the said board from their
own members a President, Vice President,
Treasurer and Secretary, who shall hold their
office for one year and until their successors
are elected an qualified. Th persons herein
named and who are hereby associated for in
corporation as aforesaid, shall constitute the
first Board of Directors and shall continue in
office until the fiist annual meeting of stock
holders hereafter, and until their successors
are elected and qualified.
The capital stock of said corpoiaf ion shall be
divided into two thousand shares of fifty dol
In testimony whereof the persons aforesaid
so forming paid association or incorporation,
have hereunto set their hands and affixed their
seals this 4th day of September, A. 1879.
Signed, sealed and delivered in presence of
HENRY SIBLEY, Seal.J
CONRAD GOTZIAN, LSeal.l
P. H. KELLY, |Seal.
GE O. R. FINCH, [Seal.]
AMHERST H. WILDER, [Seal.1
MAURICE AUERBACH, |Seal.
WM. R. MERRIAM, |Seal.]
C. A. E GRAFF, |Seal.l
STATE O MINNESOTA,
COUNTY O RAMSEY, 88
On this 4t day of September, A.
1879, before mo, a notary public, in
and for said county, personally came Henry
Sibley, Conrad Gotzian, Patrick Kel
ley, George Finch, 'Amherst Wilder,
D. M. Robins, Maurice Anerbacb,
William It. Merriam and Charles A.
DeGraff, to well known to be the same per
sons described in and who srgned and adopted
the foregoing articles of incorporation, and
they severally acknowledged they executed the
same freely and voluntarily, for the uses and
purposes therein expressed.
N. MCAFE E, Notary Public,
[SEAL.] Ramsey County, Minnesota.
STATE O MINNESOTA,
County of Ramsey.
OFFICE O REGISTER O DEEDS.
This is to certify that tho within instrument
was filed for record in this office on the 4th day
of September, A. 1879, at 5:25 o'clock p. M.,
and was duly recorded in book "A" of incor-
poiationB, on page 527, eto.
REGISTER I Register of Deeds.
SEAL. J. T. EEBKER.
The centre of the finest chicken country in Minne
sota, is prepared to furnish teams and experienced
guides to hunting parties. Dogs furnished when
COAL & WOOD.
Real Estate Agents
anil Mortgage Brokers.
29 EastTHirdStreet, St. Panl.
EP-Great Redaction I Prices Coal.
Costain & Cleary,
92 West Third Street, st. Paul,
Have on hand a large quantity of the best Maple.
Oak and mixed wood. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Agents for steamer Aunt Betsy. Parties wisninn
excursions, please call at the office. 143
Corner Fonrth and Market