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NEW YEAR^ CALLS.
A List of Those TVho Will Kecelve To-Day.
The names of the ladies receiving to-day,
so far as furnished tho Globb, are Riven
herewith:
Cpper Town.
SUMMIT AVESTDE.
Mrs. Edward H. Cutler, No. 209 Summit ave
ane, assisted by Medames Henry Halo, Geo.
L. Becker, Edward Corning, Fred E. Bird;
Misses I'eckham, Carrinnton, Dunbar.
Mrs. Charles Mcllrath. SSI Summit avenue,
assisted by Mrs. Cornwell, Mrs. T. T. Mann,
ami Mrs. X B. Galusha.
Mrs. William Carson, 210 Summit avenue,
assisted by the Misses Carson, Mrs. Jas. Mcln
tire nnd Mrs. Ranßom.
Mrs. Geo. L. Otis and the Misses Otis, No. 133
Summit avenue, assisted by Mesdames George
W Armstrong. Walter B. Banborn, Charles E.
Otis, and the Misses Morris, Porter, Belote and
Sue Mealey, of Monticello.
The Misses Terry. No. 130 Summit avenue,
Bssisted by Mrs. R. P. Hughes.
IQLEIIABT STKEKT.
Mrs. L. H. Masneld, No, 18 Islchart street,
resisted by Mrs. Joseph Leighton, Mrs. J. M.
Archibald. Mrs. G. S. Acker, Mrs. E. B. Kirk,
U. B. Army, and Mi«s Carrie Beales.
TORT STBEET.
Mrs. D. A. Robertson and Miss Robertson,
No 194 Fort street, assisted by Mrs. H. M.
Rice, Miss Rice, Mrs. Major Freeman, Mrs.
Major Benham and tho Misses Gibbon of Fort
Bnelling.
PLEASAJiT AVENUE.
Mrs. Charles E. Flaudrau and Miss Flandrau,
No. 212 Pleasant avenue.
DATTO.S AVENUE.
Mrs. David Day, 31 Dayton avenue, assisted
by Mr«. Edward Rogers, Mrs. Charles Moore,
Mrs. Charles Morris, Mrs. James Beales.
NELSON AVESUE.
Mrs. D. W. Ingersoll and Miss Ingersoll, 18
Nelson avenue, assisted by Meßdames T. O.
Field R. N. McLaren and Frederick Allis; Miss
Banning, Mips May A. Banning, Miss Neill of
Minneapolis, and Miss Lizzie Taylor.
AEUNDEL STKEET.
Mrs. O. W. Griiigs. 42 Arundel street, assisted
by Mrs. M. Me. G. Dana, Mrs. G. G. Sanborn,
Mr*. A. G. Foster, Mrs. Woodard, Mrs. D. M.
S^bin of Stillwater, and Misses May and Nellie
Thurston.
WASHINGTON STREET.
Mrs. J. H. Stewart, corner Washington and
Wnlnut street, assisted by Mrs. Thomas Smith
and Mrs. Dr. C. A. Whcaton.
WEST lnißD STEEET
Mrs. R. R. Nelson and Miss Nelson, 2G3 West
Third Btreet. apsistod by Mrs. Col. Barr, Mrs.
Cupt. Michaelis. Mrs. G. V.Bacon, Miss Brown
ins, Mi»R Kate Mackubin. Miss Laura Mann.
Mrs. J. M. Gilman, assisted by Mrs Emily
Bpaldmg, Mrs. J. R. Jenks, of St. Paul, and
Miss Hattie Doughton, of Ohio.
MARSHALL AVENUE.
Mrs. Lyman D. Hodge, No. 23 Marshall ave
nue, assisted hy Mrs. 3. Lee Davis and Miss
Anna Granger.
Lower Town.
JACKSON SXBEET.
Mrs. J. H. Murphy and the Misses Murphy,
corner of Jackson and Tenth streets, assisted
by Miss M. M. Miller, Misses Murphy and
Wampler, of Minneapolis.
SEVENTH STREBT.
Mrs. Henry C. James, No. 260 East Seventh
btreet, assisted by Mrs. Soheffer, Mrs. Alexan
der, Mrs. Eastman, Miss Tinkaam, Miss Deal*,
Miss Ilsynes.
BOBEUT STKKET.
Mrs. Job. Oppenheim, No. 181 Robert street,
will receive, assisted by Mirb Tillie Rnscnfield,
of Rock Island, 111. ; Miss Fannie Goodkind.
NINTH STBEET.
The Rpv. E. 8. Tbomaa and Mrs. Thomas,
No. 237 Ea.t Ninth street.
WOODWARD AVENUE.
Mrs. Hcrace Thompson and Miss Miller, No.
33 Woodward avenue, assisted by Mrs. A. N.
Angus, the Misses Angus, Miss Barry, Mrs. C.
W. LeValley, Mrs. Judge Palmer.
OIIOVE STREET.
Mrs. Chas. P. Nnyes, 67 Grove street, assisted
by Mrs. Chaa. T. Corning, Mrs. George Parwell,
Miss Wyer.
Mrs. C. C. DeCoster, No. 59 Grove street,
assisted by Mm. J. H. Horton, Mrs. Jerome
Platt, Mrs. E. F. Powers.
EIOHTII BTBEET.
Mrs. John 8. Prinoo and daughters. No. 227
East Eighth'steet, assisted by Mrs. H. G. O.
Morrison. Mrs. Major Cuas. J. Allen, Mrs. P.
Bancroft, Mrs. Gen. M. K. Morgan, Mrs. G.
A. B. Shawe.
Mrs. G. A. 13. Shawe, No. 227 East Eichth
strset, with Mrs. J. 8. I'rinco and daughter.
DE SOTO STREET.
Mrs. H. M. Smyth aud daughters, No. 56
Ue Boto street, assisted by Mrs. Gen.
B. W. Johnson, Miss Steele, Miss Smyth,
of West Point, Miss Susie Thompson, Mrs.
A. B. Johnson, Fort Snelhng.
Mrs. Gen. R. W. Johnson with Mrs. H. M.
Bmytb, No. 66 Do Soto street.
■ ST. PAUL STREET.
Mrs. H. A. Cattle, No. 62 Bt. Paul street, as
sisted by Mrs. 8. 8. Conn, wife of the pastor
of the First Presbyterian, church.
TROUT BBOOE.
Mrs. Edmund Rice, Trout Brook, assisted by
Mm. A. K. Barnum, Mm. J. B. Itice, Miss
Thompson, Miss Elmer, Miss Banborn and the
Misses Bice.
Mrs. A. K. Barnum and Miss Thompson,
nith Mrs. Edmund Uice, Truot Brook.
CITY GLOBULES.
The Fire * MariDO Insurance company, of
this city, loßt $3,156 by tho big fire in Boston,
on Sunday last.
The board ot education failed to get a quo
rum together last ni^ht, and adjourned until
Saturday, at 7:80 o'clock p. m.
The postofficc will be clcsed to-day from 9
A. M. to 6 r. M., and the money order and regis
tered letter departments closed all day.
Articles of incorporation of the "Herman
8 >ciety of the State University of Minnesota,"
were filed with the secretary of State yester
day.
A young miin giving his name as R. H. Stone,
and hailing from New York, was before Judge
Flint yesterday morning, charged with stealing
a watch valued at $35 from Arthur Hackett
Strne plead guilty, and in default of $30 fine
went to jail for thirty days.
A ijrand ball was given by Lincoln Grove,
N >>. 11, U. A. O. D., at Preifer's hall last night.
The affair was managed by members of the so
ciety in a fir»t-clahs manner, and seventy five
couple danced the new year in to the music of
the Great Union band orchestra.
Among the specimens of penmanship ex
hibited at the Teachers' convention none at
tracted more attention than that of Patrick
Vozard, of the Rice school. In September he
entered the school and was not able to write a
letter, his display showed that he had very
cleverly attained a fine degree of proficiency.
A delightful Furprisa party was given last
nisjht by the young friends of Misa Dougher,
residing at No. 04 Pearl street, the occasion
being the celebration of the anniversary of that
young lady's birthday. Miss Rose O'Hara did
the duties of hostess in a charming manner.
and the occasion was highly enjoyed by all
present.
The exhibit of the penmanship by pupils of
the public schools attracted much attention
during the Teachers' convention at the capitol.
Prof. J. D. Bond came in deservingly for much
commendation at the proficiency and nicety
displayed by his pupils. Northfield had a very
creditable display also, and Mr. B. M. Rey
nolds, instructor, was complimented on his
HKKHi
'•Our Boys" was repeated by tho Lingard
Cumedy company, last uight, it being found
impossible to produce "The Banker's Son" as
announced, owing to the illneos of a member
of the company. This afternoon and evening
it is announced that "La Cigale'' will posi
tively be presented with the fall strength of
tho company. The audiences ought to be
larpe.
Mr. Patrick Conley, proprietor Conlev's Va
rieties, was agreeably suirruovi last evening by
receiving from his employes a handsome New
Year's present, in the chape of an elegant jew
el casket. The article is of solid silver, and
bears on the lid the following inscription:
"Piesented to Mr. and Mrs. Conley by his em
ployes. New Year*. 1870 " The gift was a com
plete surprise to tho recipient, and shows in a
mnrked manner the good feeling and esteem
which ii felt for Mr. Conley by those in his
employ.
Nothing can compare with Reed's Gilt Edge
Tonic for bilious and malarial feven.
MONTHLY REPORTS.
The December Statements of the Various
Public Officials.
' The monthly exhibits for December, 1879
having been finished with the usual com
mendable promptness by thepmblio'a ser
vants, are given herewith :
The Siaie 'iieaaury.
Balance in treasury at the close of busi
ness, December 31st:
Dr. Or.
Revenue fund (over
drawn) 934,807 83
State institutions fund.. $ 43,883 64
Interest fund 39,828 50
Sinking fund 21,487 62
Seed grain sinking fund,
1878 2,836 26
Permanent school fund. 13,270 22
General school fund 1 C.652 23
Permanent university
fund 7.653 44
General university fund. 2,354 56
Internal improvement
fund 2,136 IS
Internal improvement
land fund 1,127 49
Inebriate asylum fund.. 76 41
School text book fund.. 1,536 35
Totals 34.807 83 $151,872 90
Deduct revenue fund overdrawn.. 54,807 83
Actual amount in treasury $117,065 07
Deposited as follows, viz:
In First National bank..? 45,303 12
In Second National
bank 15,526 85
In Merchants National
bank 27,803 63 .
In German American
bank 28,432 47
Total 9117,065 07
The City Treasurer.
The following is City Treasurer Benz's ex -
hibit of the city funds for the fiscal year
ending December 31st, 1879 :
Receipts 8497,296 75
Disbursements 8421,279 29
Balance on hand Dec.
31, 1879 76,017 46
Total $497,296 75 «497,296 75
The balance on hand is deposited as iollows:iol
lows:
Kountze Bros., New York, to pay in
terest $16,302 62
Dawson & Co 4,492 65
Merchants' National Bank 38,204 68
First National Bank 4,441 67
German American Bank 4,419 C 5
Farmers 1 and Mechanics' Bank 4,507 89
Savings Bank 3,648 90
la vault
Total $76,017 46
Jloard of Education.
City Treasurer Renz, in charge of the
lands of the board of education, makes the
following statement for the fisoal yeac end
ing Deoember 31, 1879.
Receipts f 51,334 81
Disbursements 146,729 77
Balance Deo. 31, 1879. 4,665 04
Grand total $51,394 81 $51,391 81
The bulanoe on hand the 31st alt. is de
posited as follows :
Kountze Bros., New York it 388 51
Merchants National bank, bt. Paul. . 2,783 81
Dawson & Co.'s bank 1,492 73
Total $ 4,665 04
School Enrollment.
The following gives an exhibit of the total
enrollment in the public schools at the end of
the year, as wall as daily attendance, etc:
sl id iS
High School 172 155 120
Jefferson 729 646 75
Madison 491 412 34
Washington 316 268 35
Adams 236 811 37
Franklin 272 945 24
Lincoln 805 366 39
Neill 282 248 107
Humboldt 834 273 161
McLean 146 185 77
8ice..... 100 97 45
Total 3389 2940 754
Internal Revenue,
The United States collector of internal
revenue reports receipts from all sources
daring last month as follows:
Beer «6,570 74
Liquors and tobaoso 4,838 05
Spirit stamp* 170 20
Special tax 698 75
Miscellaneous 88 35
Total $12,466 09
Untied States Customs.
The total collections for the month on im
ports, etc., by the collector of customs
amounted to $771.27.
The Police Department.
Daring the month 216 arrests were made,
and 110 lodgers were hospitably entertained
at the lock-up.
Fire Department,
Last nnnth has been a fortunate one in
the lack of fires, only three happened and
two chimneys got ablaze; or, in other words,
the laddies were called out five times. The
loss amounts to $510, on which $15 insur
ance has been made, leaving $490 over in
surance. . :
We still have some choice bargains in Holi
day Goods. New York Bazar.
Montgomery's Oyster Bay restaurant is the
place to get a good square meal, and as for
oysters, Mont, lays over all of them on those
bivalves. He bnys the choicest brands out of
Baltimore and New York, and has them arrive
by express every day. You will not get froien
oysters at the Oyster Bay. Yon can have them
alive if you choose, for Mont, has a cellar full
of them, which he feeds as regular every day
as a mother would her children. Come in and
try some live oysters on the half shell.
32ISSS Haver) y's Georgia Minstrels.
The Philadelphia Inquirer, speaking of
the performance of this company in that
city, recently, says:
A simile attendance suffices to show that this
is negro minstrelsy on an unpercrdentedlj
large scale. There are a far greater variety
of attractions than in anything heretofore
known here in the minstrel line, while every
number of the programme is carried through
with a degree of excellence and an amount of
abandon which burnt-cork minstrelsy never
approached and cannot possibly reach. To
give anything approaching details of the pro
gramme is quite impossible. The keen sense
of enjoyment which was evident on every
black face, was contagions from parquet to
galleries, the immense audience of several
thousand was almost continually shouting
with applause and laughter. As a genuine
minstrel show it in not likely that last night's
peiformance has had its equal here.
Pins IX.
The members of the Pius IX. Benevolent so
ciety are requested to meet promptly in their
hall, corner Third and Cedar streets, this even
ins, January Ist, at 7:30, as the annual election
of oSicers will take place, and other basinets
of importance will be transacted.
P. H. MeUANKUS, Pres't.
Happy New Tear at Scott's.
Mr. P. W. Scott wishes his patrons and
friends "A Happy New Year," and will be
pleased to welcome them to a complimenttry
dinner, which he will serve to-day from 12 x.
until 2r. m. McCloud will be there to receive
you. Lunch in Sample room all day; 97 East
Third street
Return Presents.
Great variety for ladies and gents at the New
York Bazar. Southeast corner Seventh and
Jackton streets.
A free turkey lunch will be given at the Sen
ate billiard hall, 78 Robert street, Hew Tear's
day. P. O'Bxo_v.
THE ST. PAUL DAILY GLOBE, THUESDAY MOftNING. JANUARY 1, 1880.
WATCII MRETTSQ.
The Old Tear Retires aud the New Bearing
Fully 150 people assembled at the Jackson
street M. £. church, last night, "to watoh the
old year oat and the new year in." The ser
vices were conducted by the pastor, Ber. S.
M. Davis, and were solemnly impressive as
well as joyful in praise.
The dovotional exercises consisted of
prayer and song, and the congregation was
called upon to give in their individual ex
perience, the blessings, joys and sorrows of
the fast dying year.
fMany responded, thankful for having been
brought to God and a realization of their sin,
with a lively belief in Christ's promise of re
demption.
A young man gave in his experience. He
had been won from evil. A yonng woman
was seated beside him, who made a perfeot
picture of happiness as he told his story.
The old year had no regrets for her — the
new year had much in store for ber.
Mr. Davis announced that within fifteen
minutes the old year would die, and
the new year be born. He
invoked and appealed to his hearers to let
the last minute of the old year see sin die
within them, and the first second of the new
year see the glory of God illuminate their
hearts.
Following thia silent prayer was indulged
in, and the ceremony of watching the dying
year out and welcoming the New Year, was
closed with
''Praise God from whom all blessing flow."
Praise and prayer blended with the years,
and tbe benediction dismissing the as
semblage, many greetings of "Happy New
Year" were passed.
\TUE LAST FIRE OF 1870.
It Wind* Cfp the Record ot the Year With a
Blaze.
The year 1879 went out in a blaze last night
and 1880 came in with a deluge of water. At
any rate, that's the way it looked around No.
G3 Jackson street, between 11:30 o'clock p.
M. December 31st, 1879, and 12 o'clock a. m.
January Ist, 1880.
Between the slip out of the old and slip in
of the new year, Officer Oook discovered that
No. 63 Jackson street waa on fire. He sent
in an alarm from box 21, which brought oat
the fire department with their usual alacrity.
The house on fire, a two story frame belong
ing to Charles O. Miles, and occupied by
Henry Cooper as an upholstering shop, and
his sister, Miss Cooper, and Miss Wilcox, as
a millinery store, was found to be in fall
blaze. The fire seemed to have an origin in
the millinery store, near a stove, and had
made headway so as to envelop the Eecond
story, and jets of flame were licking a way
through the roof. Water was pat on prompt
ly, and very soon the fire was under control.
A lull in the excitement gave an
opportunity to assess damages, which
foot up to considerable. The building is a
wreck; the loss is estimated at $1,000, with
an insurance of $800 with George W. Lam
son.
Henry Cooper lost everything and so did
Misses Cooper & Wilcox. Their stock, esti
mated at $1,000, and household furniture —
they lived upstairs — valued at $1,000 more,
totally destroyed; no insurance.
At the time of the fire, Cooper,
Mies Cooper and Miss Wilcox were
absent attending a dance, and were not ap
prised of their serious loss until an hour or
more after it happened.
PERSON AT,.
B. R. Brink, Bed Wing, is at the Clarendon.
Hon. S. L. Campbell of Wabashaw waa in
the city yesterday.
Bam. Collins, Windom, is a guest of Col.
McNamara, at the Clarendon.
M. Monfort, Datroit, at the>Clarendon.
Dr. Franklin Staples, Winona, was among the
arrivals at the Merchants yesterday.
Right Rev. H. B. Wbipple, Faribault, wan at
the Merchants yesterday.
J. E. Goldsmith, Fargo, at tbe Merchants.
Col. L. L. Baxter, Chaska, was visiting
his St. Paul friends yesterday.
Hon. Geo. N. Baxter, Faribault, watched the
old year out and the new year in at the Mer
chants.
Prof. 8. B. Fort, Red Wing, waa at the Mer
chants yesterday.
As a safe and pleasant invigorant, Reed's
Gilt Edge Tonic saits ladies in delicate health
The Opera House box office will be open all
day for securing scats for the Lingard Comedy
company and Haverly's Minstrels.
AMOBEMEHTB.
OPERA HOUSE
Grand Holiday Matinee
-AND—
T O-N IGHT
La Cigale !
BY THE CELEBRATED
Lingard Comedy Company !
PRlCES— Evening, 35c, 60c amd 75c. Matinee, 28c
and 50c.
Box office cpen all da; for reserved seats. 352
OPERA HOUSE
2 NIGHTS ! A "&!fi',S?' J 'j 2 NIGHTS
Haverly's
GENNINE 1 Tho G-r«»at ( COLORED
GENUINE J. Troupe of X COLORED
GKNUI.NEJ NEGROKB ! I COLOBED
MINSTRELS !
J. H. HAVERLY Proprietor
GUBTAVE FROHMAN Manager
The Greatest Geonine Negro Minetrel Company
in the World.
10 End Men. 30 Artists.
"The Bogtown Quartet, "The Cauebrake Spec
ters," "Gilmore's Jubilee vb. Mulligan Guards," the
"Barn-yard Revels," ''The Six Baujo Frolic," etc.
Prices— 3s, 5J and 75c. Reserved, 75c.
351-54 HOWARD SPEAR, Agent.
«ao« mt.
WHITEHOUSE
SHOE & SLIPPER AGENCY I
87 EAST TnrKD MTMMMT.
7T-7«
cosTuma.
THEATRICAL
-AND
MASQUERADE EMPORIUM,
No. 10 W. TWrd_Sti^et 3 St. Paul.
I respectf ally invite the attention of ladles and
gentlemen to my large, most complete and elegant
stock of new Masquerade Costume*, for Balls.
Parties, Theatrical Performances, Old Folks Con
certs, Tableau*, *a t. J. GIZBES,
Masks at Wholesale.
Oounaj yertlee send for Hit and prices, 838-81
BANKEPPT BAL«.
HT SACRIFICE
OF THE BALANCE OF THE
STROUSE
Bankrupt
Stock.
CLOSING OUT
Great
Bargains.
Prices Martei Down.
Must Be Sold.
Come Early.
Jill k liii,
Corner Wabasbaw anil TMril Sis,
DISSOLUTION.
Dissolution of^Co-PartnersMp.
The co-partnership heretofore existing between the
undersigned, under the firm name of Strong, Hack
ett b Co . , Is this day dissolved by limitation .
O. D. STRONG,
O. W. HACKETT.
St. Paul, Jan. 1, 1880.
Co-PartnersMp Notice.
The undersigned have this day formed a co-part
nership under the firm name of Strong, Hackett k
Co., laud will continue the wholasale hardware and
store business of the late firm that existed under the
sama name, tnd at the oM stand.
C. D. BTBOXO,
O. W. HA.CKETT,
y. P. STRONG.
Bt. Paul, Jan. 1, 1880. 352 sat&sun
MEDICAL.
SCOYILL'S
Blood Ht Liver Syrnp,
a peerless remedy for Scrofula, White
Swellings, Cancer, Erysipelas, Goat, Chronic
Sores, Syphilis, Tumors, Carbuncles, Salt
Rheum, Malaria, Bilious Complaints, and
all diseases indicating an Impure Condition
of the Blood, This grand remedy is a com
pound of vegetable extracts, the chief of
which are SABSAPABILLA and BTIL
LINQIA. The cures effected by SCOVILL'S
BLOOD AND LIVER SYRUP are absolute,
and their record is nndisfigvred by failure.
For sale by all Druggists.
MOTT'S
LIVER PILLS,
Tie Great Cafbartic Vegetable Regulator
They rectify torpidity of the Liver.
They give tone to the Stomach.
They prevent griping of the Bowel*.
They remove bile from the Blood.
They purify and invigorate the Body.
They core all bilious complaint*.
DrJoprT"
you Syrnp
instantly destroys WOBMS and is recom
mended by physicians as the best WOKM
MEDICINE.
CITY NOTICE,
Change of Street Grade.
Cm Clerk's Omci, I
St. Paul, Mum., Dec. 27, 1879. I
Notice is hereby given that the Common
Council of the city of St. Paul will, at their
regular meeting, to be held in the council
chamber of the City Hall, in laid city, on the
20th day of January, 1880, at 3 o'clock p. *„
order a change of grade on the following street,
in accordance with, and as indicated by the red
line on the profile dated by the City Engineer
August sth, A. D. 1879, viz:
L' Orient street, from Pennsylvania avenue to
Minnehaha street.
The profile Indicating the proposed change,
can bo seen at this office.
i Official.] By order of Common Council.
! Thob. A. Pbehddoabt,
Deo 39 monAthur 3w City Clerk.
FIVE CENTS A LINE
Tie GLOBE "fait" and Employ
lent Bireai.
Ad vertiiemmti In thli «olumn are pmbllikad
at tv» Mate a lint each insertion, but In
order to prove th« eficieney of the GLOBB as
as advertising medium, and also to aid the
unemployed, wo will publish for twenty-five
seats, a three-line advertisement, of Situa
tions Wanted and Situations Offered, and con
tinue the advertisement until the object sought
for Is accomplished. For twenty-five cents,
the man out of work can advertise for a situa
tion until ho finds one.
Bach lino over the three, to cost five oemti
oor line each insertion-
WASTED.
WANTED-A tinman with a small capital for a
partner in a good hardware business at Delano,
Minn. (This is business.) Address J. H. HOLABID
& CO., Delano, Wright county, Minnesota. 852*
WANTED— a small house or two or three
unfurnished rooms suitable for housekeep Dg.
Address £ „ this office. ■ 352-54
ANTED— Two gents for a good paying busl
ness. Advertising solicitors preferred. Ad
dress "Energy," this office. 351-66
WANTED— An expert book-keeper to examine a
set of books . Address A . B. 0., this office.
347*
WANTED— Three or four hours' work at any
light employment every afternoon. Refer
ences furnished. Address C. D,, this office. 343*
TXT ANTED— dressmaker who understands cut-
V V ting and fitting, at 67 East 12th street. 338*
171MPLOYMENT Wanted, by an American, in a
Hi mercantile business. Beet of references. Ad
c'ress, 293 E. Seventh street 322*
WANTED— to attend the social party
to be given at the Western house, corner
fourth and Minnesota streets, on New Year's night,
January 1, 1880. . 351-352
ANTED— Twenty respectable young ladies for
the ballet, at the Theatre Oomlque, Minne
apolis. Apply at the theatre after II a. m. 320*
A GENTS WANTED— For a most popular book,
11 which Is a necessity for every business man
and is every family. Agents wanted in St. Paul and
Minneapolis, and In every county in the State. For
terms apply to W. L. ROBEMBEKGER, General
Agent for Minnesota, at St. Cloud, Minn. 289*
SITUATIONS OFFEBED-Femalea.
WANTED— Girl for general housework in a small
family, at No. IS Westminster street. 352*
WANTED— in small family to work for her
board. Apply at 48! West Third street. 350*
WANTED— A competent girl for general house
woik, at 86 Mount Airy. 348*
WANTED— A Dining-room Girl at Upman's Hotel
corner Third and Cedar streets. 346*
WANTED— At the Oyster Bay Bestanrant, corner
Jackson and Third street, a girl who can
make good pies aud doughnuts. 341*
WANTED— A girl for general housework, at 37
Dayton avenue. Swede or German preferred.
338*
GIRL WANTED to do general housework. Apply
at No. 91, corner Seventh and Wabashaw Sta.,
np stairs. Good wages. 336'
TIT ANTED— A good, clean, middle-aged cook, for
TV a restaurant; must be well recommended.
Employment immediate and steady. Apply at
oncetoTHOS. WATEKBTON, Morris, Minn. 332*
WANTED— Girl for pantry wort, etc., at Booth's
Restaurant. References required. a2o*
f^ IRLS WANTED at 0. O. D. Laundry, 88 East
UThtrd Ftreet. WM. ALHEBTBON, Propr. 329"
WANTED — A girl or woman to cook. Only com
petent help need apply. Corner of Ninth and
Canada streets. 313*
Malea.
WANTED— A strong man to work in feed store.
Reference required. CHARLES F. KNAUFT,
No. 226 East Seventh street. :-Ri-63
WANTED — A competent talesman In a furniture
store. State how long been engaged, and who
with. Reference required. Address "Furniture,"
care Globe office. 31s*
WANTED— Bell boy at Clarendon Hotel.
844*
WANTED-Oash boys. ZAHM & MANN,
829- Cor. Third and Wabashaw.
WANTED— A boy of good character to do chores
on a farm. Permanent situation, and time to
go to school in whiter. Address "GREEN," this
office.
WANTED— A good boy to do chores about the
house . Apply at 75 Yon Minden street, corner
Western avenue. 376*
f\ ERMAN BOY WANTED-In erocery store.
IT References required. A boy to learn the busi
ness. Apply to 232 East Seventh street 324-
SITUATIONS WANTED— HaIes.
WANTED— A xituatlon as reporter on a dally or
weekly newspaper in this or an adjoining
State, by an experienced hand. Address "Oren,"
107 Robert street, this city. 348*
"\T/"ANTED— By a young rrr.n who is willing to
T ' work and who can furnish good references, a
place at any honorable employment Address
L. P., this offico 340*
WANTED— Situation in wholesale house, with
view to traveling. Be6t of references. Salary
not much of an object. Willing to do anything
Address E., this office. 337.
SITUATION WANTED-Youngman, single, good
business experience, fluent Gerican and English
correspondent; not afraid of hard work. Address,
H. RICHARD, 289 East Fifth Etreet. 334*
WANTED-A situation as engineer. No objec
tion to going into the country. Address G.
E. W., this office. 330*
WANTED- A young man who understands the
business wants a place to work in a butcher
Ehop. Address 0. M., this office. 329-
WANTED-Bituation by a gentleman as clerk,
salesman or traveler, In St. Paul or any inland
town ; has had experience ; good references. Ad
dresß A. H.,this office. 329-
A YOUNG MAN (26) wishes to find employment of
any kind; hard, manual labor except Was
formerly manager of a paper mill. Address J., this
office.
ANTED— young man who is willing and able
to work wishes Borne employment, or a place
where ho can learn a trade. Address J. M , this of
fice. 324«
ANTED— a capable young man— any kind of
» » indoor employment, or light outdoor. Em
ployment more object than wages . References.
302' Address H., this office.
WANTED— By a well qualified druggist, of good
moral character, speaking also the German
language, a position. Address Druggist, care of P.
Leitner, Third street, St. Paul, Minn. 310
WANTED— Situation by a man who thoroughly
understands the care of horses, harness, &c.
Compensation not as much an object as employ
ment. Address HARRY, thl« office. 311
Females.
ANTED— situation as second girl, cr to do
sewing. Good references furnished. Apply
at 294 Broadway. 313 «
ANTED— By a competent dressmaker, cutter and
* ' fitter, a few more engagements by the day in
private families. Apply over 94 West 3d St. 308*
REAL ESTATJg-ln the City
It^Paul * BTAT * BAB <*AINS-Cheapest la 8k
Lot 8, block 6, Bice & Irvine— vary cheap.
Nineteen acres— acres cultivated. North %
&•' * *7- $ 8~- 17 ' T - 29, B. 22 ; three mfles from
bridge ; dwelling, bam and wen One-half acre car
t?nti>tT"fl J e ' pple ****•> «t™»berrv beds, etc.,
etc $2,200 cash. Cheapest property in the market.
Apply to OBOAB BTKPHENBON, 83 Wabashaw
«**—*• »Q.
TO REST— Booms.
FOR BENT— Unfurnished rooms at 136 WestThiid
street. 352-54
FOB RENT— Several very nice rooms in the Mc
jp Quillan Block, corner of Wabashaw and Third
streets. Suitable for offices or sleeping rooms. In
quire of MEAD & THOMPSON, in the building.
81'
Houses.
TO RENT— My late residence, 254 Exchange
street. Gas, Phalen and soft water, bath room,
etc Furnished or unfurnished. T. R. HUDDLES
TON, McQuillan block. 262*
FOB BENT— House, nine rooms, with stable, well
and cistern, on Edmond street, near Bice
twelve dollars per month. Enquire at Nicolett
House, East Fourth street. 338*
1108 BENT— Dwelling, corner of Maple and Sev-
J enth streets. Enquire of Win. Lee & Co. 316-
Store*.
"MOB BENT— No. 79 Jackson street. Inquire
J? of J. A. ELDBIDGE, on 1 remises. 303*
PAIHTIHQ.
■pAJHTIJia— P. F. FITZftIXBOH. *•*•• Ml
FIVE CENTS A LINE
CffiCo,,D.T,| Lands for Sale.
All of section 38, In town 140, range 61, 640 acres.
This splendid property Immediately adjoins the
celebrated "Dalrymple farm." Price $8,000, on easy
terms. MORTON, DORAN It CO., St. FauL 313
AH of section 8, all of section I, and south half
ana north-east quarter of section 17, all in town
ship 187, range S3 west, containing 1,780
acres of choice wheat land. Price $5 per
acre, in not leas than 160 sere tracts. Addnsa or ap
ply to MOBTON, DOBAN k CO. 812
The south half of section 34, township 139, range
61, containing 820 acres of choice wheat land, and
distant from N. P. railroad only live miles. Price
low and terms easy. Apply to or address
812 MORTON, DORAN & CO.
The southwest quarter of section 0, in township
138, range 63, containing 160 acres. Distant from
Northern Pacific railroad about seven miles. Choice
wheat land. Price low and terms easy. Address or
apply to MORTON, DOB AN CO. 812
The southwest quarter of section 20, in township
141, range 60 west, containing 160 acres. Situated
eight miles immediately north of Maple ton. Supe
rior wheat land. Price low and terms easy. Address
or apply to MORTON, DORAN k CO. 812
. Ramsey ConnlUaiiuS for Sale.
That desirable piece of property formerly known
as the "Hopkins place," later as "Shield's addition
to Roseville," west of the Driving Park, on Melrose
avenue, containing 16% acres. This valuable proper
ty is adjacent to the "Hamline University." lies
beautifully, and will be sold at a great bargain, and
upon terms to suit the purchaser.
313 MORTON, DORAN * CO., St. Paul.
That splendid piece of property upon which is lo
cated the Observatory, in Reserve township, between
the cities of St. Paul and Minneapolis. Price low
and terms easy. Address or apply to
312 MORTON, DOBAN k CO.
Te Capitalists_anl Irate
LAKE YADNAIB PARK.— This magnificent prop
erty is situated Just 6% miles north of the Metro
politan hotel, on one of the most beautiful lakes in
the State. The property belongs to a partnership
recently dissolved by the death of one of the part
ners, and is offered by us at less than fifty per cent .
of its value. There are about 600 acres in the tract,
with three-quarter* of a mile front upon the lake.
For picturesque scenery and beautiful surroundings,
this property is not surpassed in the State. Its ac
cessibility to Bt. Paul (only half an hour's drive)
commends it as infinitely superior as a summer re
sort to any other in Ramsey county. For full par
ticulars, address or apply to
312 MORTON. DORAN & CO., St. Paul.
LOST AND FOOKD.
LOST— On Third street, below Robert, a woolen
JU neck scarf. Return to this office. 852-81
— Between Minnesota and Exchange streets,
by a little girl, a $6 bill. Finder will please
leave at Globk office and be liberally rewarded. 353
MISCELLANEOUS.
BARGAINS FOR THE HOLIDAYS— I have on
hand to be closed out by January Ist, 1880, 500
pairs warm lined shoes for misses and children ; 600
pairs fine Felt slippers ; 1,000 pairs ladies' shoes; 800
sample coats, In dress and sack style; overcoats,
etc., etc. The above goods will be sold at a great
sacrifice In order to cloee consignment.
P. T. EAVANAGH,
348* Commission Auctioneer, 33 East Third street
MRS. HALL will receive a few more pupils into
her Family school, at her residence, 123 East
Sixth street. Terms: $2 and $3 ncr month, accord
ing to age. Special care and attention are given to
each pupil in the studies pursued. A class will com
mence German with the next term. Instruction also
in French and Latin if desired. 351-62
<&O& O Al\A TO LOAN on real estate.
€PO;UI'U HENRY O'GORMAN, 313*
<»-| 1 J/Wk returns in 80 days on SIOO Invested.
Vp±.£i\j\J Official Reports free. Like profit!
weekly on Stock option* of $10 to $50. Address X
Potter Wight A Co.. Bankers. 85 Wall Street. N. Y.
ALBERTSON'S 0. 0. D. LAUNDRY, 88 ■. Third
•treat Qaods called for and deliwd. 9M-<t»
DEYTrOODS. '""."
mum
HAVE TO-DAY OPENED
Black Silk and (Mile Fringes
Black Sill and Jet Fringes.
Colored Silk Fringes in the
New Shades.
Colored Silk and Chenille Fringes
in the New Shades.
Will open this week, another
lot of those Fine Cash
meres, all colors and black,
at 50c a yard.
Cloaks and Dolmans
Children's and
Infants' Cloaks.
SEVEN CORNERS.
Kahn's Fair.
We have just opened a branch of our Wholesale
Notion House, which will hereafter be known as
KAHN'S FAIR,
BRECHEB, BECHT & CO.,
104 E. Third street.
FOR THE NEXT TEN DAYS
We offer an Immense Line of
Cloaks, Cloaks, Cloaks,
at surprisingly low figures, lower than ever before
sold at retail.
Three-Button Ladies' Kid Gloves, all color*, every
pair warranted, at 75c per pair.
Another lot 3-button Ladies' Elds, all colors, at
35 cents per pair.
A full line of Knitted and Woven Woolen Goods
which we now offer at retail at the lowest and closest
wholesale price.
An Immense line of Hosiery, any size, any color,
any length, any qna'iiy, any price.
Fancy goods of all kinds. Full line of Holiday
Goods: anything and everything, CHEAP, CHEAP.
New lota every day. A surprise every maraing.
Retail sales at wholesale prices means SUCCESS.
Examine our stock and our prices. Send for
samples. Send in your orders.
KAHN'S FAIR!
25 I flirt Street. St. Paul.
_^ INSTRUCTION.
IPrivate Theatricals.
MR. JOHN 0. SHAW, late ef De Bar's and Leo
Hudson's troupes, will be pleased to assist ladies and
gentlemen In placing dramatic pieces on the stage or
in private circles. He will also receive pupils In
ELOCUTION AND STAGE BUSINESS at his resi
dence, No. 87 East Eighth street, St. Paul 330*
STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING.
notice!
The annual meeting of the stockholders of the
Saint Paul Gaslight Company will be held at their
office, No. 92 East Third street, on Monday, the 19th
day of January next, at 10 o'clock a. m.. to elect
three directors for the ensuing year, and transact
other business.
St. Paul, December 27th, 1879.
847-67 A. J. GOODRICH, Secretary.
The Annual Meeting
Of the stockholders of the St. Paul, water &
Taylors Falls Railroad company, will be held at the
office of - the company, la the city of St. Paul, on
Wednesday, January 38th, 1880, at 10 o'clock m.,
for the purpose of electing a board of directors for
the ensuing year. E. W. RUFF, Seo'y.
St. Paul, Dec. V, 1879. 3*9-1*
MPSIC DEALERS.
New Upidt Pianos
Sl9O_Cas
Imperial Pianos,
Warranted Fivo Years, and sold on payment of
$10.00 per month.
Mason & Hamlin Organs.
New style, In elegant cases. Rented until rent pays
for Organ.
Catalogues with full particulars tent free to any
address.
DYEE AfIfoWAED,
69 E. TMrfl street, SI. Paul,
HOLIDAY GOODS.
Auerbach, Finch, Culbertson
& Co.
ABE NOW RECEIVING IN THEIR
RETAIL DEPARTMENT
FOB THE
HOLIDAYS !
A Large and Elegant Line of Car
pets, TurKish, Smyrna and Persian
Bugs. Raw Silk, Flush, Rammey,
Swiss, Etomine and Antique Cur
tains. Bed Sets in all the New
Styles. Housekeeping Linens in
Great Variety, which we Import
direct, and in which we offer Great
Bargains.
Minneapolis Fine Blankets and
Lap Robes, we have a Large Stock
and sell them at Mill Prices.
HOLIDAY GIFTS.
GRAND ARTJMPORIUf!
OH Palatines Engraving.
Pictures and Frames, Vrt Books
. and Studies, Juvenile Book*,
Toys and Games, Swls •,
Italian and Jap :nese Gcod*.
ARTISTS' MATERIALS!
Panels, Pearl Shells, Placques, Horse-shoes, Fans
and other Novell e« for Decorating,
SHERWOOD HOUGH.
COR. THIRD X- WADABHAW.
JTUJEIi.
Griggs, Johnson k Rhodes,
Dealers in
COAL & WOOD.
Real Estate Agents
and Mortgage Brokers*
29 East Third Street, ■ - St. Paul.
KVGreat action In Prices s>f CwaL
119;
WOOD [_W00D !
MAPLE, OAK AND PINE WOOD
Ffl HTDQT Corner Fourth and Mark*
i hi WiJUI Streets, M
WASHINGTON STflUf IKGIKE WORKS'!
DEJPEW & BURNS,
XAinnrAOTUBKBs Or
STATIONARY, PORTABLE and MARINE
ENGINES,
Boilers, Flour and Saw Mill Machinery, Wrought
Iron Pipes and Fittings, Iron and Bras cast-
Ings, Engine Trimmings and Iron
Building Work of all descriptions.
No. ISO E. fifth Street, St. Paul, Minn
Special Attention Given to Repair Work.
sai-iy
An Elegant Assortment of
MUSIC BOXES,
Handsomely Bound Books,
E "W MUSIC.
Weber, Haines Bros.,
Metropolitan Pianos,
WESTERN COTTAGE ORGANS,
SUITABLE FOR HOLIDAY PRESENTS, AT
R. C. MUNGER'S
71 East Third Street.
FOBS.
MEEEILL EYDEE !
Dealer in and Manufacturer of
LADIES' FURS,
Gentlemen's Fur Goods, Buffalo and Fancy Robes.
No. 65 Jackson street, St. Paul, Minn. Cash paid
for furs. 840-83
6ILDIHQ.
GEO. BLAKEMOEE,
THE ONLY
Practical Gilder
In Minnesota. All kinds ef
Gold Frames Made to Order.
Old frames re-gut and repaired as good as new, a
very low prices.
MS WJCBT TBIRD STREET, ST. PAUL
AH 4*d«n by mall promotly attended to. W3-811
MACHINERY .
ST. PAUL FOUNDKY
AND
Manufacturing Compan
MANUFACTURERS OF
Stationary Engines, Upright Engines,
Portable Engines, Hoisting Engines,
and Farm Engines,
That will burn either coal, wood or straw. Car
Wheels, Railroad Castings, Iron work for building* ,
and all other kinds of castings.
P. O. Box 2575. . Works— Eastern terminus Street
Railway. W. R. MERRIAM, President.
Manager— C. N. PARKER.
ft.rrM.rw »n* Tfiw — H. W. TOPPINO. 369-68
STATE OF MINNESOTA- COUNTY
*J District Court, Second Judicial District.
Nichols Shepard and Company, plaintiff, against
Charles Gorton and Mary J. Gorton, defendants.
summons:
The State of Minnesota, to the above named de
fendant, Mary J. Gorton :
Yon are hereby summoned and required
to answer to the complaint in this action which is on
file in the office of the Clerk of said court at Saint
Paul, in said county, and to serve a copy of your
answer to the said complaint on the subscriber, at
his office in the City of Saint Paul, in said county
of Ramsey, within twenty days after the service of
this summons upon you, exclusive of the day of
such service, and if you foil to answer the said
complaint within the time aforesaid, the plaintiff In
this action will apply to said Court for the relief
demanded in the said complaint.
Dated December Bth, 1879.
JOHN W. WILLIS, ..
•e.ll-7w-tl«tr Plaintiff Attorney, Bt. Paul, Wan.

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