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THAT BRUTAL ASSAULT
Gettllfg Down to the Actual Aggressor— His
Probable Arrest To-Day.
There is no stacking of cards or thimble
ring combination that can beat the twin
athletes, Time and Truth given every other
known force in the contest nnd they will
beat the field every time. They work donble
and in harmony, which aooounts for the
team never being left. When an idea, fact
or occurrence is promulgated, the index
finger of the one, for they are both the Bame
age and synonymous, is pointed on the ob
ject and the judgment is unerring.
Thereon hangs a narrative. About
two weeks ago a man named Neilson was
brutally slagged in s Seventh street saloon.
For good motives the murderous affray was
kept dark, not even the police having an
idea that such an affair had taken plaoe.
The injured man was removed to his home
ou Waahingtc n street, and he waxed fearfully
worse. At length he was fain to die, and
when the crisis came the physician thought
it about time to reveal the secret and the
affair was related to the public.
Neilson was delirious and the only thing
that babbled of tho fight was an ugly and
bleeding hole in the head, which told won
ders. The police, in the person of Chief
Weber, hied itself to the ecen6 of the fight,
being a saloon kept by one Joseph Metz, on
Seventh near Cedar street. Upon being
questioned Metz said he knew of the fight
and he also knew who did the hitting.
A description of the supposed sluggers
was given as they were duly locked up to
await the result of Neilson's injuries.
Meantime old Time had looked at his hour
glas9 and found that the sands in Neilson's
life had not yet run out, bo the latter com
menced to recover. Bo it happened that
Truth came along accompanied by her right
bower, the Globe, and a reporter of the lat
ter fixed the business with his little pencil.
In making his daily rounds the Globs re
porter was wont to call at the residence of
Mrs. Neilson and inquire as to the health of
the sick man. Last Saturday the scribe was
informed that Mr. Neilson was able to talk,
and that if the reporter would come around
Sunday he would be accorded an interview.
Yesterday afternoon the reporter called at
the' residence and a quiet ohat ensued
with Mr. and Mrs. Neilson.
The conversation was desultory, but was
directed with tho view of getting a true
statement of the facts relating to the fight.
While very weak and not able to converse
much, the reporter made a startling dis
covery. Mr. Neilson wanted to know if
Metz's saloon had been closed, and was an
swered in the negative. It was then inti
mated that Metz, the keeper of 'he saloon,
was the aggressor, and took the leading part
in the fight.
Mr. Neilson expressed surprise when he
heard that the latter had not been put under
arrest, as the other men were regarded as
only stool pigeons in the fracas. He was
first attacked by Metz. It is understood
that the police will take charge of the mat
ter, and that the real culprit will receive his
All discuses arising from a disored stomach
yield at once to Heed's €Klt Edge Tonic.
Change of time. On and after July 7th the.
St. Paul & St. Croix Packet company will run
one of their boats up and back same day.
Full and complete sets in boxes for 99 cents,
at the 'J9-Cent Store.
TUKNER-In this city, 10th of July, 1880, at her late
residence, No. 91 Stillwater street, Margaret, wife
of Thorn s Turner; aged 62 years.
Funeral at 10 A', m., Tuesday, 13th last., from
First Presbyterian church. Friends are invited to
attend. Philadelphia papers please copy.
PAPINEAU— At No. ?4 Genesee street, St. Paul,
Jane 11, 1883, Oeo. W Papineaa, aged 11 months
and 28 days, child of Romanc Bonne Papineau.
BSneral to-day (Monday) at 2p. m ., from the house.
Friends of the family invited. Montreal papers please
I R. P. HALL'S
I A Galvanic Battery
■i Imbedded in a medicated
■■■■■^■^^■^^^jlaster, and, when applied to
la* body, produce* a constant currtKi of electricity.
(•rating the most powerful remedial agent for the our*
U. Rheumatum ro^°. Sciatica, Beadach,. Sprain;
Spinal Difficulty, AVrrou. Dv«u M or Female Weaknut
GRAIN AND PROVISION EXCHANGE,
133 and 134 Clark Street.
Incorporated under laws of State of Illinois.
OH AH. T. DOXEY, Pres. andTreas.
N. 0. MURKAY, Secretary.
Execute orders for the purchase or sale of Wheat,
Corn, Oats, Pork and Lard for future delivery ; also,
all active stocks dealt in at the New York Stock Ex
change. Special attention given to country orders.
We are appointing representatives in every town of
importance, and offer an excellent paying and per
manent agency, which may be worked without inter
fering with your regular business. Send at once for
copy of circular and fall particulars . 164-225
fl *# CELEBRATED 1 1 A
)^ to STOMACH ..^
Serve an I nj unction on Disease
By invigorating a feeble constitution, renovating a
debilitated physique, and enriching a thin and in
nutritious circulation with Hostetter's Stomach Bit
ters, the finest, tbe most highly sanctioned, and the
most popular tonic and preventive in existence.
For Bale by all Druggists and Dealers generally.
KEOKDK NORTHERN LINE
Side-Wheel Passeupr Packets
LEAVE ST. PAUL DAILY,
.AT IS O'CLOCK, NOOIST,
Tor St. Louis and all intermediate landings, making
close connections with all railroads
FOR EAST AND SOUTH.
Tickets sold and information given by
JNO. H. RE ANEY, Agent,
193 Levee, Foot of Jackson street.
FIVE CENTS A USE
The GLOBE Want & Employment Bra
Advertisements in this column art published at
live cent* a lint each insertion, but in order to
prove the efficiency of the OLOBS as an adver*
Using medium, and also to aid the unemployed,
tee will publish twenty-five cents, a three-line
advertisement, of Situations Wanted and Situa
tions Offered, and continue the advertisement un-
til th* object sought for it accomplished. For
twenty-five cents, the man out of work can adver
tise for a situation until he finds on*. '.' ■
'Bach, tint over the three, to cost five tints per
liriv each insertion.' \■" '\v"-" " '
."~~~~~ WANTED- - C
WANTED— front and back room,' communicat
ing, on first floor, nicely furnished. Most be
in good locality ; or small furnished bouse. Address
Doctor, Globe office. >■■:'■ - ;; 194-95
WANTED— Men and teams at Union Stock Yards
Apply en the work. WINSTON BROS. & SI
MAI^ ' ■:■.:•■■' '•"---.•' 103-95
WANTED -Carpenters for Duluth, *2.soper day;
half fare. Employment Bureau, 122 East Third
WANTED— Horse and buggy for keeping until
Sept. Ist. Best of references given. Address
FRED BUBNAND, 16C East Seventh street, St. Paul.
WANTED — A furnished house of six or seven
rooms, on St. Anthony Hill, for two or three
months, from July Ist. Apply 7, Irvine Park. 172*
mwo good girls wanted at 109 Bobert street— one
X. for dining room and one for kitchen. 191*
WANTED— Immediately— A good woman to do
general housework. One whe has experience
with children. Call at 220 Bobert street any hour af
ter 6 o'clock to the evening. 193
WANTED —Girls for general housework. Please
call between 8 and 5 o'clock. 180 Broadway.
WANTED — A girl to do second work, 91 Waba
shaw Btreet. 190'
k COMPETENT NUBSE wanted to take charge of
il. an infant. Apply to W. L. ANDEESON, 86 E.
Third street. 186'
SITUATION WANTED by a young lady as copy
ist or some respectable employment. Address
B. S., this office. 183-
W ANTED— Girl at^lberUom's C. O. D. Laundry
88 East Third M&et. 177*
WANTED— A German girl for general housework.
Apply 211 East Seventh street. 177*
WANTED— At 238 St. Peter street, a competent
girl to do general housework. 176*
( i IBL wanted for general housework, in small
VT family, 23 East Eleventh Btreet. 167*
WJ ANTED— Girl for general housework, 124 Rob-
TT crt street. 136-
W ANTED— Girls to wait on table for their board.
21 Vi West Third street, 132'
TiIXPERIENOED dining room girls, chambermaids
1U and all other hotel help can always secure good
situations by calling at Hotel Reporter Employment
Bureau, 68 East Third street. 27
WANTED— A carpenter at Nicollet house, 305 East
Fourth street, St. Paul. 192-
A GENTS WANTED— Agents aro making big pay
JX selling our campaign charts. Send $1 for out
fit Northwestern Map company, Sherman' block,
St. Paul. 192-96
BOY wanted to learn the painter's trade at Judson
& Brack's, 9 West Fourth street. 191-
BOY wanted to take care of horses and do chores
around the house, at No. 9 West Fourth street.
TKT ANTED— Twenty good able men for river work
" at Bismarck— $36 a month and board. Apply
on Saturday at Employment Bureau, 122 East Third
street, for rates and particulars. Go Monday at 6
P. M. 191-
WANTED— A first-class butcher, one who thor
oughly understands, the business- none other
need apply. W. A. STEBBINB & 00., Glyndon,
Minn. • " 190-96
WANTED-rWaiter at Fulton Market, 16 East
Third street. Good wages and steady employ
ment to a man -who understands the business. None
other need apply. isxv
"T7OUNG MAN wanted who understands the care
X of a horse, and willing to make himself useful
about house. W. L. ANDERSON, 86 East Third
WANTED— A situation by a well educated young
man from the east ; is a good penman, and can
furnish best of references. Address W. F. W., 91
Robert street. i«j-
fiOOT) BOY WANTED at 48 College avenue.
VXMuBt understand taking care of horses. 182*
SITUATIONS WAHTBD— MaIes.
WANTED— Situation as book-keeper or writer.
Can furnish the very best of recommendations
Hours short. Salary nominal. Address W., 23, this
WANTED— A situation by a German, middle aged,
as coachman in private family. Ho under
stands the care of gardens and has the best of rec
ommendations. Address H. G., this office. 190-
WANTED— By a young man of good habits, at
any light work; is quite handy. Wages not
much of an object. Address S. H., this office.
WANTED — By a young man, a position in a store
or at a desk. A permanent position preferred.
Addeess A.M. L., this office. 190-
W ANTED— By a young man, a position in any
kind of a store. Board and small wages pre
ferred. For particulars address O. 51, X., Globe of
A S MILLED— WeII experienced in New Process.
A. Would like to take charge of custom mill or as
second in merchant. First-class references. Ad
dress 0. D., Globe office. 186'
A YOUNG GERMAN is desirous of employment.
A Speaks some English. Address G.. this office.
A GOOD TINSMITH wants a job ; good work
man of 20 years experience. Address Joseph
Harmon, 59 Robert street, St. Paul. 183'
A BOY 16 years old -wishes to learn a trade ; would
J\ prefer blacksmith. Address JOHN MACKIN,
15 East Third street, St. Paul. 182*
WANTED— A situation in private family to take
care of team and work around house. Can
furnish first-class references. Address P. F. E., this
WANTED— By a young man, a place to work in a
wholesale house. Address S. S., this office.
WANTED— Situation as assistant book-keeper by
a young man who is a good penman and hag
had experience. Good references given. Address
M. W., Globe office. 175-
W ANTED— By a man who is folly competent,
place as coachman and to take care of horses.
Address W. J. Orr, this office. 172-
WANTED— By a young man, a situation as book
keeper, assistant book-keeper, or clerk in any
kind of business; best of references. Address 0.
8., Globe office. 136'
CI ITUATION— In planing mill or to file saws. Had
O many years experience in wood working. Coun
try preferred. Apply at Clark House, Minneapolis.
WANTED — By a married man, place In a whole
sale or commission home, or any steady em
ployment; not afraid of hard work. Best of refer
ence. Address LATHFOP, this office. 156-
SITUATION WANTED— As a clerk inagrocei
store, or drive a team, or as a coachman in a pr
vate family. Good references. Address W. H., th
SITUATION— By a young man to drive team and
to do general work. Address T. , Globe office.
WANTED— By a gentleman lately from Ireland, a
situation in a store, or management of a farm :
understands all about sheep, cattle and horses
Highest references in St. Paul. Address F. B. X.
this office. 142-
A TTENTION, Banks, Agricultural and Lightning
ilßod companies— The undersigned wants a job as
collecting agent. Understands thoroughly the law
relating to notes and bills. W. H. DOYLE, Cenler
WANTED— A place by a boy, to do chores or
writing for board while going to school. Ad
dress ROBERT, Globe office. 118-
WANTED — A position in small general More to
keep books after business hours', with salary
cf $10 to $15 per month. Best of references fur
nished. Address W.P., this office. 116-
LOST AND FOUHD.
LOST— Saturday evening, «» Lady's Ornamented
Roman Gold Bracelet. A liberal reward will be
paid for its return to MXERS & PINCH, Jewelers,
167* Bridge Square.
FOUND— A small bay horse, black points, about
6 years old. Came to omnibus stable Sunday,
Jane 27th, 1880. Owner requested to call and pay
charges and take him away . JNO. B. COOK.
July 2d, 1880. 186
7>AKTNER WANTED— With a cash capital of $700
JL to take a half Interest in a first-class restaurant,
with one of the largest and best paying trades in St.
Paul. Must have experience and good references.
This is a chance to the right one to make money sel
dom offered. Only those meaning business need ap
ply. Inquire at So. 80 Robert street. 193-94
SAINT PAUL DAILY fILOEB, tfONDAY MORNIN& JULY 12,1880
FIVE CENTS A LINE
A DMINISTRATOE'S BALE OF MILLINERY
it AND FANGY GOODS, HOUSEHOLD FURNI
TURE, ETC., BY AUCTION— I Will sell at auction,
on Wednesday, Jnly 11th, at 10 o'clock a. m., at No.
11l Bt . Peter Btreet, the entire stock of Millinery and
Fancy Goodß, Household Furniture, Charter Oak
Cook Stove, Gold Watch and Chain, etc., belonging
to the estate of Grace A. Ritchie, deoeased.
Parties desirous of buying the Millinery Stock can"
negotiate for the same by applying to
P. T. KAVANAGU,
Special Administrator, 83 East Third Street.
193-196 . >
VALUABLE KEAL ESTATE AT AUCTION-^m
be sold July 20th, 10 o'clock, forenoon, proper
ty corner Wabashaw street and College avenue, 10x80
feet; and on West Third street, next above Robin
eon's drug store. 20x98 deep. Termß accommodating.
D. A. ROBERTSON, agent
189 P. T. KAVANAGH, Auctioneer.
TO BENT— Kooms
fllO KENT— House, good repair, Fhalen water and
X cistern, No. 17 Fort street, between Fifth and
Sixth. Inquire next door. 193-99
FOB BENT— A tenement house of live rooms, No.
110 *S el by avenue, across Western avenue. En
quire on premises. 193-99
mO BENT-BOOMS— Three furnished rooms at 177
J East Seventh street. 191-95
mo BENT— Two nicely furnished front rooms, 67
X East Eighth street, three doors east of Jackson
street. - 191-95
A stable, three stalls and hay loft, on an alley, No.
J\. 20 Fort street. 79"
FOB BENT— Two elegant stores, Nob. 06 and 108
Jackson Btreet, each three floors and cellar.
WILLIAMS & DAVIDSON,
Boom 6, McQuillan Block, Cor. Sd and Wabashaw.
FOR BENT— Brick house, No. 175 Fort street.
Barn and all modern improvements.
109- JOHN QBAOE.
THAT new and elegant house, twelve rooms and
stable, 11 Summit avenue. Bent low.
148' THOS. COCHEAN, Jb.
TTOTELB FOB BENT- Two hotels for rent in very
XX promising towns in Southwestern Minnesota,
on the St. Paul & Sioux City railroad.. Tenants
must be enterprising men, prepared to furnish re
spectably the houses, and to keep, in all respects,
first-ciass hotels. To snch men highly favorable
terms will be made. Apply to J. H. DRAKE, Land
Commissioner, St. Paul. 147'
HOTEL FOR SALE— A first-class hotel, within
two blocks of railroad center, moat excellent
location, and doing a first-class business . Apply at
or address 66' Jackson street, St. Paul. 193-99
HOUSE, BARN AND LOT FOR SALE— A neat
cottage, good barn, well, cistern, etc., with good
lot 60x160, on the corner of Hall avenue and Eliza
beth street, on tbe west side. Reason of selling, the
owner has removed to Colorado. For terms and par
ticulars apply to. P. T. KAVANAGH,
176* Commission Auctioneer, 33 East Third Btreet.
FOR SALE— House and lot No. 37 Prairie street
T)EAL estate sold and mortgages negotiated. D.
XL A. ROBERTSON, McQuillan block. 160*
Q y GENTS pays for a first-class meal at the Mer-
chants Dining Room, No. 80 Robert street, be
tween sth and 6th streets. Call and you will be
pleased. Tables reserved for ladies. 193-91
"HURST-CLASS board in pr vate family at 109 Rob-
J» crt street. 160 '
mo BUILDERS-Proposals will be received on the
J_ 13th inst. for the construction of a Pump and
Boiler House for waterworks purposes; wails of
random rubble stone work. Plaus and specifications
can be examined at Waterworks' Offioo, Stillwater,
Minn., after the 10th inst. 188-195
ti!»1 A AAA TO LOAN— At 6 per cent., on
™IvjUUU monthly payments, to build houses
or lift mortgages or make investments. There is
time enough to build yet. ST. PAUL BUILDING
ASSOCIATION No. 1. Apply to B. W. Johnson,
president, or J. W. McClung, secretary. 193*eod
T IVERY stable and stock for sale. Good location.
\ i Well equipped. On liberal terms. Address
CHABLES DAMAREL, Hastings, Minn. 193-99
SEVEN PER CENT money on first-class city
property. GRAVES & VINTON, 60Vi E. 3d. 67-6
PAINTING— P. F. FITZGIBBON, house and sig
J pain tint.', No. 137 Jackson Jtreet. 43
CITATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF RAM
JOsey— 88. In Probate Court, Special Term, June
In the matter of the estate of Emily N. Gorman.
On reading and filing the petition of Thomas
W. Colaman and Francis McNamara, executors of
said estate, setting forth the amount of personal es
tate that has come to their hands, and the disposition
thereof ; the amount of debts outstanding against
said deceased, and a description of all the real estate
of which said deceased died seized, and the condi
tion and value of the respective portions thereof;
and praying that license be to them granted to sell all
the real estate set forth and described in said petition.
And it appearing, by said petition, that; there is not
sufficient personal estate in the hands of said execu
tors to pay said debts, and that it is necessary in
order to pay the same, to sell said real estate:
It is therefore ordered, that all persons interested
in said estate, appear before the judge of this court,
on Wednesday, the 28th day of July, A. D. 1880, at
10 o'clock a. m. , at the court house in Saint Paul in
said county, then and there to show cause (if any
there be) why license should not be granted to said
executors to sell said real estate according to the
prayer of said petition.
And it is further ordered, That a copy of this or
der shall be published for four successive weeks prior
to said day of hearing, the last of which publica
tions shall be at least fourteen days before said day
of hearing, in the Daily Globe, a newspaper printed
and published at St. Paul, in said county, and per
sonally served on all persons interested in said es
tate, residing in said county, at least fourteen days
before said day of hearing, and upon all other per-
Eons interested, according to law.
By the Court,
[l. p.] Judge of Probate of Ramsey Co., Minn.
Attest : Frank Robert, Jr., Clerk.
E. R. Holltnsqkad and W. D. Cobnish,
Attorneys for Executors.
BV^^^H SGHHbI 59v531 aEpr'^P^K r iflaHu
for disorders of the stomach, torpidity of the. liver,
-indigestion and disturbance! of the animal forces,
which debilitate. It has no equivalent, and can hare
ad substitute. it should not be confounded with the
triturated compounds of cheap spirits and essential
all*, often sold under the name of Bitters. .~ ;~: .
'. -.■.." cms Am vr >:~ "' - ' :t-' : ';
OKTTGGISTS, ' GKOCFKS AID Will
HKRfHASTS ■▼«r]r«rli«rs>. . -
I lI II N I IHBE. '- -'
I Save Boom-Rent and Buy I '
I Burr's Patent Park Folding-Bed,
I The most Compact, Elegant and Sub'
■ilantia!. - " Best Steel Spring Mattrass :
folds out of sight in Bureaus,
Desks, &c. • ...
■l. H. Andrews & Co.,
HHHV 96 TTabasb Are., CHICAGO.
—^^O^^—^ Also Manufacturers of-'-'-,
Artistic Household Fnrnltnre, Wood Mantel*
KDK A. L. CLUM'S '''■'■
~ Purely Vegetable. .': Cores all billons diseases act
ing on the Stomach, Liver and Blood. ■* Warranted
In all cases. Ask your Drueeist for thfs MedletoSL
•lap for circulars. CLOT COHPOUKDIHa CO«
«oldbyail^s»«at* - SfldJßSMjßfia,
Notico for Judgment.
Office of the City Tbeabubeb, )
St. Paul, Minnesota, July 10, 188 Q. |
I" will make application to the District Court
in and for the county of Ramsey and Stato of
Minnesota, at the special term held Saturday,
July 24th, 1880, at the Court House in St.
Paul, Minnesota, for judgments against tho
several lots and real estate embraced iv
a warrant in my hands for the collection of un
paid assessments, with interest and costs there
on for the hereinafter named special assess
All in the City of Bt. Paul, County of 11am
sey and State of Minnesota, when and where
all persons interested may attend and be beard.
The owners and descriptions of lots and real
estate aro as follows :
Assessment' for grading Como avenue, from
Bice street to the southeast corner of Lot 8,
Lake Como Villas, in the City of St. Paul,
Magoffin & Brockentidge's Addition to St. Paul-.
Supposed owner and Am't of
description. Lot. Block. Asscssm't.
Magoffin & Breckenridge,
except Como avenue. ... 3 1 $11 18
Same and same, except
Como avenue 4 1 7 09
Same and same, except
Como avenue 5 1 3 38
John Cnnniff, except Co
mo avenue 6 1 10 80
Catherine Pearo, commencing at se cor
of n% of ne% of sec 86, town 29,
range 23, thence n 56 ft, thence w
330 ft, thence s 5 ft, thence w 6 ft,
thence s 51 ft, thence c 336 ft to
place of beginning, except Como
avenue 22 68
Supposed owner and Am't of
description. Lot. Block. Assessm't.
Magofnn & Breckenridge,
except Oomo avenue... 7 1 $12 15
Same and same, except
Como avenue 8 1 17 72
Morin's Enlargement to Lafond's Addition to
John S McDonald, w5O ft I •-",.'•
"0£n150ft.....-..V..... ■■-_".■ 8 : 2 52
James X Humphrey, the nw3^ of sw^ ? rf-'
, of se)^ of sec 25, t 29, r 23, except .
.the88^......;.:...^.... ........ 135 00
Same, that part of sw}^ of Be% of sco
25, t 29, r 23, sof Como aye. ....... 243 00
Unknown, •*% of ne*^, sco 25, town 29, -
range 23. ...... ............ ........ 135 00
Wm S Davidson, the w>^ of sej^ of
"• sw^, sec 25, t 29, r 23— except Como
. aye... .:.........._............... 203 50
/ Lake Como Villas. "^
Supposed owner and " Am't of
.1 description. Lot. Block. Assessm't.
J 0 Ramsey, L £ Bennett, ~ ■.--■. '-." ;, f
. and G A Bennett, except i. *■ ~ • ■ ' . ■. • -
Como avenue.... ...... 15 16 88
Same,except Como avenue 16 \ : '» 82 02
Same, except Oomo avenue 11 82 02
Bame,except Como avenue 10 .": 23 63
Mary A Stedman, except :- -
Como avenue..;...... .- 12 . 16 88
E H Charteau and Fhelix '
ChapcliD, except Como . . ; ■
aye, the nj^ of e4oft of * .31 675
Unknown, nw^ of nw^ '•' ■-■".-
Bec2s,t 29, r 23....... 67 50
- — Coffin, nw^" of bw3^
pec 26, 1 29, r 23,:fn of
4 R), 35 acres .......: 118 13
Magoffin & Brcckenridge's Addition to St. Paul.
Heirs of J C Breckenridge
and Beriah Msgoffin ... 9 , 1 27 00
Same and same ...... 10 1 "■' 23 63
Same and same . . . .... ... 11 ■ 1 ■"-••- 20 25
Same and same.. .....12 1 16 88
Same and same ■ 13 l 13 50
Same and same ....... 14. 1 10 13
Same and same ....... 15 - ;• 1 : ,• 675
Same and 5ame....... 16 1 3 38
. Lafond's Addition to St. Paul.
Enoch Ganbois/wX-.... 4 18 675
8ame,w}£.:.... ....... .5 18 675
Same, w^ /.....:.......; 6 18 675
Luther E.Clark, ne^- of sw}^ of *
sej^, sec 25, town 29, range 23.. ;, "33 75
.' .-" Lake Como Villas.
J . C Ramsey, Lizzie E '.-.- >
'_• Bennett and George N : ■
Bennett ............... 1 675
Mary A Stedman...-. ....; 2 20 25
Same . . . .... ........ 3 ' : 16 88
J C Ramsey, Lizzie E .- - ',^ ; .j-:-
Bennett and ' George N . "
.8ennett.:...........^.. 4 ■ " 13 50
Same, same and same. ... 5 .6 75
Same, name and same.... 6 "6 75
Maiy A Stedman .... 7 '. - 16 88
Same.. .....V.. .......... 9 , 5063
J C ' Ramsey, Lizzie E ~V . ■!'•■ . • - :
Bennett and George :N, :,: ■ /*:
% 8ennett.'............... 13'" :;' 10 13
Same, same and same 14 • 10 13
Mary AStedman.-....-.'.;. 17 : 16 88
Wm N Passavant. . . . . . ... 18 ; I 67 50
5ame.................... 19 50 63
Same .'......;. 20 40 50
Bernard Wolf, Jr., .' and '
ThosHLane ....... 21 40 50
Same and 5ame....... ... 22 50 63
Same and same ........ 50 63
Same and 5ame.... ...... 2-1 . 33 75
Mary A Stedman ....... 25 33 75
5ame.... .....:.. :. ...... 26 .: . 27 00
5ame.................... 27 ",..: * 27 00
Wm A Passavant. : 28 : v .97 00
5ame....... ..:.. 29 27 00
5ame......... ....30 ' 33 75
German Evang'l Luth'n
Congregation of St Paul, -
s 295.16 ft of .;;. ..;.:. 31 16 83
J C Ramsey, Lizzie E Ben
-0 nett and Geo N Bennett 32 27 00
Same, same and same . . .33 27 00
Mary A Johnson .. 34 27 00
Elizabeth S Stedman .... 35 33 75
J C Ramsey, Lizzie E Ben- :
"* nett and. George N Ben
nett .."...........;. 86 16 20
Edmund N Stedman .... 37 16 20
J 0 Ramsey, Lizzie E Ben- *
nett and Geo N Bennett 38 16 20
Ernest G Stedmaii ..'..... 89 . 16 20
J 0 Ramsey, Lizzie E Ben
nett and Geo N Bennett 40 . 16 20
Mary A 5tedman. ........ 41 16 20
JO Ramsey. Lizzie Ben- -
nett and Geo N Bennett 42 16 20
Mary A Stedman .;...... 43 -' 16 20
J C Ramsey, Lizzie E Ben- •
1 nett and Geo N Bennett 44 16 20
Mary A Stedman . V. ... . . . 45 16 20
J C Ramsey, Lizzie E Ben- ~ : ■--';■
nett and Geo N Bennett 46 - 27 00
Mary A Stedman..... ...-.47 * 20 25
J C Ramsey, Lizzie E Ben- ,'
• nett and Geo N Bennett 48 : " ?- 20 25
Same, same and same 49 ./- 20 25
Mary A Stedman ... ..... 50 - . " 27 00
John M Henry.....'.. 1 ... . 51 27 00
Mary A Stedman 52 23 63
J C Ramsey, Lizzie E Ben»
nett and Geo N Bennett 53 23 63
Mary A 5tedman. ........ 54 23 63
Bamei;..;.v..:;v-...:.. 55 - 27 00
J C Ramsey, Lizzie E Ben
nett and Geo N Bennett 56 - ' " 16 20
Mary A 5tedman......... 57 " 16 20
J 0 Ramsey, Lizzie E Ben- ' ~
«.: nett and Geo N Bennett 58 . • . 16 20
Same, same and same. . . . ' 69 ■ : ■ 16 20
Mary A Stedman .... :. .'.60 "_ 16 20
j ; Oomo Addition to St. Paul. ■ . -'■■■■
Busan B Ward.......;... 5 . 30 338
5ame^r... ..;..;.....;;. 6 30 :6 75
Martha G Richardson. . l-~ 31 676
£? me -:v : -»» :■..".■.... -2 ..;3l 6 75
Wm Richeson :.v. .v.i .... 4 31 -6 75
Martha N Q Richardson.. , 1 .32 338
Same.;V.:;-;-;;..V.;..-:.' : .v a 32- ~\6 75
WmßtcheEon..:..::r.V;. 5 32 : 338
Same v .ViV.w...:;V.Vv... 6 32 i; 675
;' Wilkin & Hey ward's Oat Lots to St. Paul.
Wm Smith 14 ' : .338
Sarah *P' Smith, ' Ella 8 ' / ■ ,
• I Herbert Oscar E, Alton v v 'l- ; ; " --
D, Alice A; Sherwood H ' •
and Ida B Smith. :..... 19 ""3 38
8ame.:...........:.v....;20 -J. -3 38
5ame...'....;........;... 21 3 38
Bame.v::/..v.V.. ..;.;... 22 :; 3 38
Emma Wagner, h 100 ft of 23 -" ; :.. 68
Anna X Schneider, except ": rr,'":"'. ': .: ■■ j
. :n'loo ft 0f...;.....;.. 23 " --' 2 70
Samuel H Ran50m..... .. 41 " 388
Same 42 : 338
Wilkin AHeyward'sOutLotstoSt. Paul.
Bapposed owner and Am't of
description. Lot. Block. Benefits.
El la S, Herbert, Sarah F,
Oscar E, Alton O.Alice A,
Sherwood H, and Ida B
Smith 46 «3 38
Same 47 3 38
Same 48 3 88
Same 49 3 38
Same 50 3 38
Samuel U Ransom 53 3 38
Same 64 3 38
Same 55 8 38
Tracy G Rich 56 3 38
Same 57 3 38
Same ; 58 . 3 38
Same 59 3 38
ParnelaGibcrton 60 3 38
Same 61- 3 38
Same 62 3 38
Same 63 3 38
Same 64 3 38
Same 65 3 38
ThoaC Hewitt 70 3 38
All in. the city of St. Paul, county of Ramsey
and State of Minnesota. F. A. KENZ,
193 97 City Treaßurer.
IB A CITY OF OVEB
5 1,000 Inhabitants,
Located at Head of Navigation, on the Mtarissippi
River, and the
Terminus of 15 Lines of Railroad,
Throughout Minnesota, lowa and Wisconsin, and
through Dakota Tenltory and into the
4.8 a Oommeroial and Manufacturing Center, Bt.
Paul offers Immense Advantage*, the Wholesale X
■ - : . . Trade already Beaching Over
30 MILLIONS ANNDALLY !
Below will be found a List of the
Leading Houses in tie City,
Which Business Men throughout the Northwest wil
do well to preserve for reference :
JOHN STEVENS ft SON., 29'/, East Third street,
St Paul, Minn.
SHERWOOD HOUGH, Oor. Third and Wabashaw.
" BT. PAUL HARVEST Eli WORKS, Robert ft 4th.
B. I). BUFORD ft CO., 149 East Third streak
- 80BXIEE ft CO., 59 E. Third and 33 Wabashaw.
Butt's Fine Shoes, Sole Agency 53 E . Third street.
BOOKS AND BTATIONEBY.
SHER WOOD HOUGH, Oor. Third and Wabasbaw.
BT. fACL BOOK AND STATIONERY 00., 87 K.
CARRIAGES AHD BLEIGHS
QUINBY ft HALLO WELL, 54 to 48 Bobert street.
A. NIPPOLT, corner Seventh ft Sibley rtreeta.
COMMISSION, FED ITS AMD PBODPCE.
FINOK ft MoOAULEY, Wholesale Dealers in
Grain, Flour, Feed and Provisions, No. 44 Sibley
itreet, St. Paul, Mian.
HOXIfi ft JAQGAR, 14 Jackson street
CBOCKERY-WHOLEB ALE & RETAIL.
J. SOHILLO ft CO.— Glassware and Crockery, 106
Wabaßhaw street, Plotter's Block.
CABPETB, WAIL PAPERS, Eld
JOHN MATHEIB, 11 East Third street
W. L. ANDERSON, 86 East Third street.
ATJERBAOH, FINCH, OULBEBTBON ft CO., Oor.
Waeouta and Third.
A. H. LINUEKE & BKO , 9 East Third street.
ESTERLEr ft lIEINEMANN, Wholesale and Bo
tall, 108 and 105 Seventh street, corner of Jackson St.
NOTES BBOS. ft OUTLER.6B and 70 Sibley St.
TUBS, FEATHERS, GINSENG, ETC
A. O. BAILEY, 10 Jacksoa atreot .
fPBNITPBE, FEATHERS, MATTRESSES.
BTEES BROS., 51 E. Third St. Established 1850.
P. H. KELLY ft CO., 14a to 148 East Third street.
HARDWARE, TOOLS, ETC
KINQSBUBY ft BRAPER, 35 East Third street.
JEWELERS AND WATCHMLA&BBS.
EMIIi QEIST, 67 East Third street.
STRONG, H AOE.ETT & CO.. 132 E . Third St.
LOANS, IBSOBANCE, REAL ESTATE
THOS. COCHBAN, JR., 11 Wabashaw street
LIME, CEMENT. PLASTER HAIB
SANDERS & MATHEWS, 71 and 72 Levee.
WM. COMBTANS, 8 Jackson street.
NOTIONS, JOB LOT3-WHOLESALE,
a. W. BECHT 4 CO., 101 East Third street.
- -: ! :■;--■-■"-.,-- SCALES. ; \ ;: - :.;..; -v ■- .-
FAIRBANKS' STANDARD SCALES. ,
Grocers' Fixtures, Copying Presses, ... .■■ '
Oil Tanks, Alarm Money Drawers, ' ' _
Safety Step Ladders, &c, &c , .- •. , ' ' ' ;
FAIRBANKS, MORSE 4 CO , 46 East Third street.
TRUNK MAKERS. "'- y
S ORIPPEN & UPSON, 7* East Third street
W. H. e.iRLANO, 41 East Third street ; : . .
~WTNES AND LIQPORS-WHOLE3ALE
PERKINS, LYONS ft CO., 81 Robert St.. . ,
HAOaENMILLEB & KOHL, 173 W. Third St. 7 -
HISNBY'S CARBOLIC SALVE.
' The only Salve in the world for Outs, Braises,
Sores, Ulcers, : Salt Rhnem, Tetter, ■. Chapped
Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all kinds of Skin
Eruptions. This Salve is guaranteed to give
perfeot satisfaction in every case or money re
funded. C Be :■ sure you get Hekbi's" Caebolio
Salvs, as all others : are imitation!. I Price, 26
cents. ; For tale by all druggists. . • ■.'■••.'
ST. PAUL FOUNDBY
v MANUFACTURERS 07
Stationary Engines, Upright Engines,
; ■ :•'. Portable Engines, Hoisting Engines,
".-.,, '■■:.' -- - and Farm Engines,
Ikatwill burn * either coal, wood or ' straw. - ' Cat
Wheels, Railroad Castings, Iron work or [ building*,
»nd all other kinds of castings. ".. '"■----■ :.--, ,
P. O. Box 2676. Works— Eastern tenainns Street
Balhray. .." :W. B • HEBBIAM, Prealdmt - :
Wanager— O. H. PAEKEB. ->■ ■• ' -s'^-v..
' Bwaretarr ami Tims.- H W. TOFPIHa. mU ;
HO FOR THE DALLES
Up and back same day. On and after July 71 h,
trains on the St. Paul & Dnluth railroad will leave at
7:45 A. M., and on the St. Paul, Stillwater & Taylors
Falls road at 7 :00 a. m. , connecting with the steamer
G. B. Knapp or Mary Barnes for the Dalles and
UP AND BACK THE SAME DAY^
Fare Only $2.50 for Bound Trip,
From St. Paul or Minneapolis . Tickets for sal
corner Jackson street and Levee, No. 123 Eas
Third street, St. Paul, or No. 8 Washington avenue
Minneapolis . For further particulars inquire of
J. H, REANfiy, Manager, St. Paul.
61 SAINT FAXJX, 61
ONE-PEICE CLOTHING HOUSE
61 East Third Street, St. Minn.
IVOrden by Mall Promptly Attended to.^Ef
.61 SATTLtiR BEOS. ; 61
- - '■ THE GJ-RIGA.T APPETIZER -AJN"D . -
CJTTT) Til PTTT? 1? FOX COUGHS, colds, bronchitis, asthma consitmi'-
OLJXt-Ci \jVjXlj tion, and all diseases of the thkoat & longs.
Tho most acceptable preparation in the known world. : By adding to TOLU BOCK and EYE a little lemon
juice, you have an excellent appetizer and tonic, for general and family use. - The immense and increasing
sales ana the numerous testimonials received daily are the best evidences of its virtues and popularity.
■ Put up in quart size bottles, giving more for the money than any article in the market.
CAUTION— be deceived by unprincipled dealers who try to palm off upon you common Rock and Eye
in place of our TOLU, ROCK and RYE, which is the only medicated article made, the genuine having a
Government Btamp on each bottle. ■ . -"■;■".- ' ?
V Extract front Eeport of the Commissioner of Internal Be venue:
TREASURY DEPARTMENT, OFFICE OF INTERNAL REVENUE )
Messrs. LAWRENCE 4MARTIN, 111 Madison street. Cnieago™! D " °' Janaa ' y *• «*»• '» . '
T,??2^ I J - : b rT S i compo ? nd i? the OP IIIIOII Ottilia office, would have a sufficient quantity of the
BALSAM OF TOLU to give it all the advantages ascribed to this article in pectoral complaints, while the
whisky and the syrup constitute an emulsion randering it an agreeable remedy to the patient. . Compounded
according to the formula it may properly be classed as a medicinal preparation under the provisions of V S
Revised Statutes, and when so stamped may be sold by Druggists, Apothecaries and Other Persons without ren
dering them liable to pay special tax as liquor dealers. . Yours Respectfully -
■ ,«: Lvr c ,r.^-r,v^ (Signed) GREEN B. RA DM, Commissioner.
LIWRISS CE & MAKTIN, Chicago, Sole Agents for the United States and Canadas.
Sold by Druggis'.s, Grocers and Dealers everywhere. ■ -,^}-~: '■:.-'■:;
Changeof Street Grade.
City Clerk'u Office, )
St. Paui-, Minn., June 19, 1880. )
Notice is hereby given that the Common
Council of tho City of St. Fanl, did, on the
15th day of Jane, 1880, order a change on Third
street, from Sibley street to Broadway street,
i a accordance with and as indicated by the red
line on the profile thereof, dated by the City
Engineer, Jane Ist, 18E0.
Now, therefore, the Common Council will,
on the 13th day of July, A. D. 1880, at 8
o'clock F. si., at the Council Chamber, in the
City Hall, bear and consider all objections to
said change of grade.
The profile representing said change of grade
can be seen in this office.
By order of Common Council.
THOS. A. PtiENDERGAST,
June 20-3wMon & Thn City Clerk.
Show the Marked Down Price at the Great
CLOW SALE !
East Thirl SU St. Paul.
LOOK OUT FOR THE
ON ALL SUMMER GARMENTS.
b. o. :p. o. h.
JOSEPH M'KEY & CO., Proprietors.
r LIQUOB DEALERS. \
W. L. PERKINS. MATJBIOE LYONS.
' . [Established 1869.]
PERKINS, LIONS & CO.,
REMOVED TO 31 BOBEBT ST., BIAS THIBD,
Wholeule DMlen In fan ;
Kentucky & Rye Whiskies
California and Foreign Wines and Brandies.' -
jarCottßtqr »od OHor Ordan BolidUd. '; SMI
VAMPIRE* SOUTJiSIDE //
\*&, BREWERIE& <&,}/■*
ALWAYS FRESH IN KEGS & BOTTLES
General Apt -y- St. Paul Minn.
•_ . "BEAL ESTATE. ..\ ■ :
Ttos. Gocbran, Jr.,
Heal -Estate .A.gent
11 WABASHAW STREET. ■
I call attention to the following
pieces of unimproved Heal Estate,
among which are some of the finest
andbest building sites in the city:
The ivesterly GO feet of the 120
feet fronted by the stone wall upon
Summit avenue, immediately west
of No. 138.
The 98 feet upon the name ave
nue, lying between the improved
properties of 3lrs. E. J. Mott and
The 60 feet immediately west of
the 150 feet upon the northwest
corner of Summit and Virginia
TJie 180 feet on the bluff' side of
this avenue, lying tvest of the resi
dence of Mr. E. It. Cutter.
The 120 feet upon the north side
of Pleasant avenue, on the north
east corner of Chestnut street.
Several of the finest lots on Igle
hart and Carroll streets, in Block
20, Mackubin & Marshall's addi
The SO feet on the southwest cor
ner of Summit avenue and W aba
In less costly properties, J have
building lots in Woodland Park,
Terrace Park and Summit Park,
Mackubin <C Marshall's, and all
the other suburban additions on
favorable terms and at reasonable
Thos. Cochran, Jr.,
11 WABASHAW STREET.
PILES! PILES! PILES!
A. Sur« Care Found a* Irfut. No One Need
A sure core for the Blind, Bleeding, Itching
and Ulcerated Piles baa been discovered by Dr.
Williams (nn Indian remedy), oalled Dr. Wil
liams' Indian Ointment. A single box bac oared
the worst ohronio oases of twenty-live and
thirty yeara standing. No one need suffer five
minutes after applying this wonderful soothing
medicine. Lotions, instruments and electuaries
do more harm than good. Williams' Ointment
absorbs the tumors, allays the intense itching
(particularly at night after getting warm in
bed), acts as a poultice, gives instant and pain
less relief, and is prepared only for Piles, itch
ing of the private parts and nothing else.
Thousands of cured patients attest its virtue,
and physicians of all schools pronounce it the
greatest contribution to medioine of the age.
It matters not how long or severely you have
been suffering, you con be cured. For sale hy
all druggists. Notes Bbos. & Cctlzb, whoi.>
Used by Emma Thursby
and other first class artist*.
R O. MUNGBR,
71 East Third Street.
i\ I BTTk Ml Bend oue - two > thre "' 0I
■ 1 ■ m I ■ ■ ■ Avo dollars for a sample
■ ft box, by express, of tbe beet
S B 2 HI W Candies In America, put up
S I 111 I elegantly and etrtcUy pure
Mi ■ ! I Befen to aU Chicago. Ad-
I dress C.F.OtNTUKU,
, vilil.lf A Confectioner,
78 MADISON STREET. CHICAGO.
■ :." -;■ INSECT POWDER^^^^^J
PROF. I A. TIOBPS^H
OKLEBUATKD - IMPROVED ' I
INSECT & VERM IX PO DE US.
Ko. 11l W. Third street, St. PauJ, Minn.
EVOrden from druggists tnd othera promptly