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CITY GLOBULES. "•
Mrs. Reinhart, the insane woman, will be
taken to St. Peter to-day by Deputy Joe Spiel.
Spring is coming. The festive bicycle has
appeared nud now goes whirling through the
Judge Bimons was engaged yesterday in
hearing objections to the Mackubin street
The Michael Davitt land league meets this
evening at the usual place. Hon. John B.
Brisbin will address the meeting.
Patrick Gibbons was fined $15 yesterday for
erecting a mansard roof on the pericranium of
a festive fellow named Mansfield.
In the matter of the assignment of J. H.
Breidert Judge Wilkin issued an order yester
day confirming the assignee's sale.
Mrs. Van Cleve of Minneapolis at the Jack
son 6treet M. E. church next Sunday evening.
Subject, "The Sandwich Islands."
The work of tearing down the old buildings
aud excavating for the Gilfillan block, corner
of Jackson and Fourth streets, has com
The Piub IX. society will meet to-night at
their hall, Seventh and Jackson Btreeta, to
take action relating to the death of their late
brother, James Mulllns.
Judge Wilkin filed an order yesterday
overruling the demurrer to fhe complaint,
with leave for defendant to answer, In the case
of Patrick vs. Julia N. New.
The collector of delinquent personal prop
erty will start out to-day, commencing in the
First ward. There is blood in his eye, and he
will seize upon all available assets.
The Terpsichoreans gave their usual weekly
party jit College hall last night. The attend*
ance was large, and the festivities were accom*
[■anied by immense Jollity and pleasure.
Judge Burr took possession of the new court
room in the new market house building yes
terday forenoon, and St. Paul can now boast
of as fine and thoroughly appointed court
» oom as there is in the country.
County Auditor McCardy made out two
healthy checks yesterday—one in favor of the
t ity for $70,958.49 and one in favor of the
board of education for $1,677-25, being the
balances due on the February settlement.
Judge Nelson rendered "a decision yesterday
in the case of W. H. Wilcox, et al., against
the steamer Ben Hcrsey. The decision is in
favor of libellants. Plaintiff Wilcox receives
iude:ment for $360, and plaintiff Cratt for
Michuel Carney uud Jame3 Foley, tho Con
uemara bruisers, were before hizzoner yester
day, charged with raising perdition in the
house of an acquaintance on Cedar street, and
resisting Officer Cunniff. They were sent to
the bastiJo for five days each.
Nellie Otis, with the ripe-red, but dusky
glow of the creole in her cheek, and with
mischief in it, was before hizzoner yesterday
charged with raising a disturbance at Hutch's
place, Eagle and Washington streets. She
was fined $10 and paid the dust like a soldier.
Deputy Sheriff Hobart, of Winona, was in
the city yesterday with the view of ascertain
ing, if possible, some clue to the whereabouts
of George Dalley, tho man who killed young
Richards in a quarrel abont ten days ago.
Death resulted from a blow with a poker in
the hands of Dailey.
Frank Illingsworth, an old offender, was ar
rested by Officer Hanft last night, on the
charge of robbery. The crookedness took
place on the 24th of last December, when the
•miv of $m was stolen from the residence of
L. J. Lyle, on Bixth street. Illlngsworth kept
himself scarce until yesterday. He will have
« hearing to-day.
Mondny afternoon a tramp aud sneak thief
named Edward Holmes cabbaged a coat from
Emmert's brewery, on Eagle 6treet. He hid
the benjamin under a sidewalk and was de
tected by Officer Galvin, who collared him
nfter a long chase. Yesterday he was before
the court and ho will absent himself from so
ciety for thirty days.
The reverberation was so great that it has
been found necessary to carpet the big open
space in front of the supreme court room in
the market house. Two hundred and sixty
odd yards of carpeting were required. John
Matbeis furnished it and when the court re
moves into the rebuilt capitol he 1 a to take It
ttack, the State paying the wear and tear.
The engrossed copy of the joint resolution
<>f the Wisconsin legislature, extending the
sympathy of the State to the State of Minne
sota for the destruction of the State capitol,
and instructing the librarian of that Btate to
forward copies of laws, etc., to Governor
Pillsbury, was received by tho secretary of
State yesterday and has been placed on record.
The evening express on the Wisconsin Cen
tral roailroad, which arrived at 9:15 o'clock
last night, had among its passengers a woman
from Chippewa Falls who was so badly intoxi
cated as to be unablo to navigate. She was
taken in charge at the depot by Officer DeCor
?ey and Jeesraug gave her the parlor bedstead.
Her name is supposed to be Caroline Cabott,
aud she carried a bottle filled with booze.
There was a nosegay of mangled bugles,
chawed ears and bunged up eyes at the police
'•ourt yesterday consequent upon the row* at
Brown's saloon last Bunday night. Five of
the alleged participants were on hand answer
ing to the names of W. A. Porter, M. McMil
lan. Frank Mitchell, W. Me Vein and Noah
Farrington. The testimony showed that it
was a free fight with Mitchell and Farrlngton
as the king bees. They paid $10 eaci and the
others were discharged.
The rogues' gallery at the city hall was en
larged yesterday by the receipt of a photo
graph of a defaulting railroad agent named
David Howell, . formerly station agent at
Colchester, 111., for the Chicago, Burlington
ife Qnlncy railroad company. Howell skipped
a few days ago, having a shortage in his ac
counts of $9,500. A reward of $1,000 Is of
fered for his arrest. Ho is described as 28
years old, weighs 150 pounds, five feet eight
inches high, light hair, blue eyes and smooth
face. He wore dark blue clothing at the time
of skipping out.
A blue trip ticket for a six cent fare, a
pink trip ticket for a five cent fare, a buff
trip ticket fora three cent fare, punch brother,
punch with care, punch In the presence of the
passengair. And this is what Drought John
Haather to grief. Last Sunday he boarded a
bob-tailed chariot on the Fort street line,
shortly after which a passenger named
Mike Klein got on the car and perched
himself on the platform. Haather reminded
him he had forgotten to put in his fare.
Klein gave him some back talk and Haather
Unockod his nobs off the car. Haather was
up yesterday and paid ten bills for the fun.
Lack a'day, lack a' day, William Gray s over
the bills and far away, he came to the city, a
festive gossoon, this William Gray with heart
as gay a? a lunch fiend's at noon. Rue the
day, O me, the time, when he gazed on the
ruby glare of the wine. For he guzzled at
night and he guzzled at morn, till his senses
swooned and he fell forlorn, and the peeler
came and poor William Gray was shorn.
'Twas ever thus, he wept him loud, as he
faced the music and saw the crowd that ap.
peared before hizzoner. For men will guzzle
aud topers will snooze when touched by the
magic of bad old booze; and courts will sit
down on devious ways, sang William Gray as
he took five days.
A sad case of neglect or desertion was de
veloped yesterday, the circumstances of which
.ire as follows: Yesterday morning there
called on Health Inspector Meyerding a wo
man on the eve of maternity named Mrs.
Emma Holland, who asked to be admitted to
the hospital. She stated that she and her hus
band arrived in St. Paul a little over a week
ago from Augusta, Wisconsin. They put up
at the Minnesota house and a day or two after
their arrival the husband, Fred. Holland, left
for Minneapolis, stating that he was going In
quest of work A week has elapsed and mean
time nothing has been learned of his where
abouts. The woman is out of resources and
very dtlicate health. Aid. Grace issued an
order admitting h«r to the hospital.
For a fine dish of oysters, in the shell or
out of the shell, go to Montgomery's Bay.
Special Meeting: of Board of Public Work*.
Office of Boabd of Public Works,')
&r. Patjl, Minn., March 15, 1881. J
The Board met at 10 a. m., pursuant to
the call of Messrs. Farrington and Koch.
Present — Messrs. Farrington and Koch.
Absent — Mr. President.
On motion Mr. Koch took tke chair.
The City Engineer notified the Board
in writing that ne had appointed W. A.
Somera, H H. Fuller and A. R. Btarkey
as his assistants, and requested that their
salaries be fixed, whereupon the follow
ing was adopted, to wit:
The City Engineer having appointed
W. A. Somers first assistant engineer; H.
H. Fuller second assistant engineer; A. R.
Btarkey third assistant engineer; and
having requested that the salaries of said
assistants be fixed for the ensuing rear, it
is hereby ordered by the Board or "Public
Works that said salaries be fixed as fol
lows, to wit:
First Assistant, $1,800 per annum; Sec
ond Assistant, $1,500 per annum; Third
Assistant, $1,200 per annum; and that the
Common Council be requested to approve
Plans and specifications for the con
struction of a sewer on Oak street, from
Walnut to Third streets, were submitted
by the Engineer, which were approved,
and the Clerk directed to advertise for
M. Koch, Chairman.
B L. Gorman,
Clerk of Board of Public Works
The Ladle*' Land League.
Editor Globe: Your report of the action
of the Central land league on the letter of Wm.
Markoe, Esq., is not as complete as circum
stances require, and therefore misleading in
some respect 6. On January 27th the league
adopted a resolution directing its officers to
take steps for the organization of a ladies'
league, which they did. At ite last meeting,
therefore, as in duty bound, it assumed all re
sponsibility for bringing the ladles' league into
existence, and freely ana unanimously endorsed
Mr. Markoe's defense of the ladles' league in
the same respectful spirit as the defense is
written. C. M. MaoCaktht, Pr«s. C. L. L.
St. Paul, March 21, 1881.
Another grand galaxy of beauty and talent
at Conley's Varieties this week. Entire change
in programme, new specialties in song, dance
and drolleries. Everything fre6h and new.
Roars of laughter and lots of fun. Go by all
means and enjoy the sport. Best of order pre
served at all times.
Hosiery. Hosiery. Hosie ry.
Big drive in hosiery. Something elegant.
Finest stock ever brought to this city nt Lln
deke, Ladd ACo's.
Hals. Hnts. Hats.
The latest 6tyles for ladies, children and gen_
tlemen, just received and now being opened at
Pannell's, 111 East Seventh street.
" DIED. '
MULLINS.— In this city, on the 22d irst,
James Mullins; aged SI years.
Funeral from his late residence on Iglehart
street on Thursday. Services at St. Joseph's
church at 9 a. m.
,-.,>. ,v T A, n Dental Parlors, Sher-
I\ 1 1 1 1 I I 1 1 } mftn block ' Wabashaw
111/ L/ I j L Street, near postofflce
in nl l ill The ° ui y fl . rst - ciass ° f -
Uill lllUU* flee in the city charging
W?-.SfE,;frcl;.St.. ST-.P AU'L ■
March 11, 1881.
The enow blockade having at last been
broken, we are again in daily receipt of fresh
goods of various kinds, particularly table
delicacies. Yesterday we received another
consignment of those beautiful and delicious
German Fruits, put up In glass at Mayence
on the Rhine. Call quick if you desire some,
as they will last but a few days. We also re
ceived Last evening a shipment of select
oysters, very nice and fresh.
91 EAST THIBD STBEET,
Will offer on Monday, March 14th, the latest
and most desirable productions in French and
English Dress Fabrics, iucluding
"Drap Dcs Indes,"
New French Plaids,
New French Stripes,
Frtneh Wool Crepe Cloths,
French Wool '* Novelties',"
Wool De Beges.
"Crepe Fleur De The,"
Etc., Etc., Et^
Now Opening 600 Cases Netv
Spring Dry (Ms,
At Lowest EASTEBN PBICES.
Agents for Butterick's Patterns. Spring
Catalogues now ready.
I A B S Q LU T E LY C,U'R£D .
BY THE CSE Or
rr £•■ THE GREAT
TRY IT AND BE CURED.
PRICE, 75 Cents.
ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOR IT.
Address THE Di BOS ANKO MEDICINE CO., .
, 4 ; PIQUA, O. •
FPBVSD H. OIGOS. . j - (
-XS h alesal* Ay t. *>. PaiO. Inn ■ j
(pap i nnn Appetite cured. NO FEE till curt a
1 U QflbUU Send stamp. Q.S.M.Co.,Cleveland O.
Mr All Geld, Ghromo and lithograph Cards,
no two alike, name oa, 10& CL DePay.
Syracuse, N. X, - -
THE SAINT PAUL DAILY GLOBE. WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 23, 188 L
FIVE CENTS A LINE
TT7"ANTED— Six first-class coat makers.
The highest prices paid. coat makers.
The highest prices paid. Fergus Fahey,
68 W. Third. ;- 7T\
ANTED IMMEDIATELY-A No. 1
WANTED IMMEDIATELY-A No. 1
meat and pastry cook, one who under
stands the bußines in all branches, either man or
woman. Good wages. L. A. Hathaway, Far
ibault, Minn. (Sfca- 77- .
Wanted school, county, town and railroad bonds and
county warrant*. O . LmHGUTOir & Co., 8t Paul.
BITDATIOHB WABTfSD— Hftlei.
"D AILROAD laborers, farm hands and farm
XV . cooks wanted at Moore's Employment
Bureau, St. Paul. Branch office, 208 Wash
ington avenue south, Minneapolis. ' .•. 81*
WANTED— By an experienced miller, a
situation; satisfactory references given.
Call at M. D. Clark's, No. 208 Fort street. 82-
WANTED— Situation as baker. Three
ty . - :. years' experience . under Instruction.
Wages not so much an object as * steady em
ployment. Address Baker, Globe office. 81*
\KT ANTED— By a man who can give best of
T T references, a place to take care of horses
and attend to the garden, or make himself gen
erally useful. Address J. G., this office. 79*
WANTED--By a young man of experience,
a situation as shipper in a wholesale
house. Is honest and willing to work. Ad
dress J. X , this office. , 77- .
ANTED— A situation in a hotel or
saloon as barkeeper, or at any other
employment in a hotel. Will work for low
wages at first. . Address Barkeeper, this office.
ANTED— A situation in any respectable
TT business, packer or shipper in a whole
sale house preferred. J. F. W.. Globe office. 53'
WANTED— Situation by a young man
from the East— two years' experience in
banking house. No objections to traveling or
going West to some small town. W. A. 8.,
Globe office. • 72*
SITUATION WANTED— Man from the
.East; has twenty years' experience as fore
man of iron foundry and machine manufactur
ing. Any concern requiring such a party will
do well to address L. 8., Globe office. 71*
ANTED— AI situation in a wholesale
house. Has had experience as salesman
in a commission house. Best of references.
Address M. W., Globe. 67*
"IX7" ANTED— A Scandinavian young man of
V V good habits, who has had six months
experience in the grocery business, will take
any kind of work. Can furnish good recom
mendations. Address O. C, this office. 63*
-- ■ ■ Females.
A YOUNG Norwegian girl would like to
assist in general housework in a small,
elderly family. Address Good Home, this of
ANTED— A situation as a second girl
VV in a private family. Best of references
given. Address C, 105 Commercial St. 81*
WANTED— A position as first-class head
laundress; a patent and fancy ironer;
prefer going to the country; most satisfactory
references, if required, can be given. Apply
82 Robert street. . 79*
\\ J ANTED — A situation for housework or
VV second work, by a competent girl. Ap
ply at 147 W. Fifth street. 75.
WANTED— By a dressmaker, engagements
in families to do sewing. Address G.,
this office. . 70*
WANTED— A competent girl as nurse and
second girl in a small family. Apply at
32 Burr street, Branson's addition. ' . 67*
WANTED— A middle aged widow lady de
sires employment as saleswoman, cash
' ier or copyist. Best of references furnishod,
and bond if required. Address A. G. Long,
No. 27 Tilton street, city. 65*
WANTED— A lady desires a few more
places to do sewing in families. Work
by the day or week. Address Mrs. O. R., this
office. • 63*
/"^ IRL WANTED for general housework in
\X a small family. Call 18 Forbes St. 81*
ANTED— At once, girls at C. O. D.
laundry, 165 Fort street (above Seven
corners). Also boy wanted. 78*
/^IRL WANTED for general housework.
VX Must be experienced. Mrs. J. B. West, 43
E. Eleventh street. 77*
TX7" ANTED— A girl for general housework.
VV Good wages- paid for competent help;
14 Ashland avenue or 43 East Third St. 68*
ANTED— A good, steady, reliable, female
cook, for a first-class boarding house,
also two competent dining room girls, good
wages and permanent employment. Address
W. H , No. 23 Globe office. 65*
WANTED- A competent girl for general
housework. Apply at 193 Fort street
WANTED— A competent girl for general
housework at No. 1 Waverly street,
corner of Stillwater. 56
/CARRIER BOY WANTED— AppIy at Globe
\J counting room. v : . -.;, 83*
TTTANTED— Five good men to sell the gen-
V V vine Singer machine. Salary and com
mission. References required. Apply 19 East
Third street. 78*
ANTED— Young man to take care of
horse and cow. Apply at 123 E. Third
street. - 75-
ANTED— A young man who has had ex-
YV perience, to work on farm for the sea
son. German preferred. • Correspond with
Michael Nell, Neapolls, Minn. 60*
'ANTED— boy, to feed cylinder
press for book work. West Publishing
Company. • 70*
WANTED— A good, well improved farm
near Bt. Paul, for an all cash customer.
H. S. Fairchild, real estate and loan agent,
corner Fourth and Jackson streets. 82-4
DESIRABLE PROPERTY FOR BALE— The
old Emmett homestead property, 188
Fort street; double brick building, handsome
front, pleasant grounds, shade trees, good sta
ble; cars pass the house every five minutes.
The owner is going to California, and will sell
at a low price. 120 feet front by 180 feet deep.
Apply to Major A. B. Brackett on the prem
ises, or S. A. Sheffield, Faribault, Minn. 80-93
OR SALE— The South Shore hotel prop!
erty on White Bear lake, 26 acres in ex
tent, twelve miles from St. Paul, on Duluth
road, the best known hotel property in the
State, Is for sale on terms which will allow of
the platting of lake front lote, if desired, giv
ing hotel lot at small figure. Apply to our
attorney, James B. Beals, St. PauL 79*
FOR SALE— At an astonishing bargain, a
new sewing machine of standard make.
Apply at Globe office, where machine can be
THOR BALE— A I6O acre farm, 2# miles from
_T city, with wood, water and meadow. P.
De Rochebrune, 18 West Third street. 60*
OBERT6ON & CO., REAL ESTATE
AGENTS, room No. 7 McQuillan block,
invite businesss calls from parties desiring to
buy or sell city or county real estate .
O MESTE AD LOTS — Con venient— T wo
hundred to five hundred dollars each.
Accommodating payments. Robertson & Co.
-1 f\i a Lot! near Chicago, St. Paul, Minne-
JLv/v' a polls A Omaha shops. Robert
son & Co.
TOWELLING HOUSE LOTS-Desirably sit-
LJ uated for business men. Robertson ft
WHITE BEAR— One acre fronting lake.
Rare opportunity. Robertson &Co.
FIVE CENTS ALINE
THE CHAMPION'S REST-Corner Fifth
and Minnesota streats. The only sport
ing house in the State. Sparring, wrestling
and heavy lifting by local champions every
evening. Admiseion free. ,
FURNITURE AT AUCTION— I will sell at
auction at my salestand, corner Third
and Cedar streets, on Wednesday, March 28, at
10 x. m., parlor suite, cookstove, heating stove,
tables, chalr6, mattrasses, bedsteads, carpets,
etc., etc. P. T. KAVANAGH,
PIANO and furniture at auction. I will sell
on Friday next, March 25th, beginning
at 10 o'clock a. m., at the residence of Dr.
Hagan, corner Tenth and Waoouta streets, a
piano and all the household goods.
79-84 P. T. KAVANAGH, Auotioneer.
TOR BENT— Rooms
TO RENT— Good store room on Jackson
street. Williams A Davidson. 74-
PLEASANT ROQMS, with board, at rea
sonable rates. Private family. Address,
Comfort, this office. 71*
ROOM m the Benz Block, N0. 5, up stairs.
FOR RENT— Offices, second story of the
ntvr brick block, opposite the new mar
ket house, corner of 8t Peter and Seventh
streets. GEO. MITSCH. 69*
"17 OR RENT— Bis rooms in suite. Also, two
J? nice office rooms, at head of stairs, sec
ond story, Rogers Block. Inquire at chamber
of commerce. 64
/"VFFICES FOR RENT— In Davidson's block,
\J with steam heat, good ventilation,
Phalen water, electrio-bell passenger elevator,
well lighted rooms and halls and all modern
conveniences. Apply at agents' office, in
23* WILLIAMB & DAVIDSON, Agents.
FOR RENT Good house of nine rooms.
Apply 53 Ramsey street. 82-
OR RENT-A comfortable house with 3
rooms and barn, good well of water and
one acre of fine land for garden, on Kent Bt.,
can be had for $7 per month by the year. En
quire of H. B. Montgomery, corner Jackson
and Third streets, Bt. Paul. 82-
OR RENT— Several furnished rooms at 38
West Fourth street, or 49, new No. 82*
FOR RENT— Very desirable offices in Sher
man block. Apply C. H. Sherman, In
the building. 83-6
FOR RENT- Hall 25x75 feet, at 21 Waba.
Shaw street. Apply C. H. Sherman.
Sherman block. 83*6
FOR RENT— Basement store, Sherman
block, fronting Bixth 6treet; $15 per
month. Apply C. H. Sherman, in the build
FOR RENT— House, 68 Summit avenue
T. F. McCormick &Co., corner Rice streei
and Summit avenue. 79-81
ROOMS AUD HOUSES WASTED.
"17 OUR or five rooms wanted for light house
-T keeping by gentleman and wife; no chil
dren. Address Housekeeper, Globe office,
WANTED — A furnished room near corner
Third and Franklin, with or without
board. Address J., this office. 78*
LOST AND FOUND
LOST— On Mackubin street, between Sum
mit and University avenues, house plans.
Finder will be rewarded by returning 6ame to
Downing & Ely, West Fifth street. 62-3
LOST— A buffalo robe, last Monday even
ing. Finder please return to W. L. An
derson, 123 E. Third street, and be suitable re
T^OUND— A large Newfoundland dog, white
X stripe on breast. Owner can have him
by proving property and paying_ charges, by
applying to 119, old number, East Seventh
street, cigar store. 82-84
FOR SALE -Two car loads of horses.heavy
draft and single drivers, at Judd's sta
FOR SALE— Large butcher's ice chest, at
No. 145 Jackson street. - 82*
FOR SALE— A No. 1 billiard table for $175;
cost $275; but little used. Wish to use
the room for other purposes. Call at Win.
Bircher's at end of bridge, Bixth ward. 78*
SALOON LICENSE for sale. Apply 89
East Seventh street. 83
"VTOTlCE— Lumbermen and contractors who
i-l are in need of men as river drivers can
have them furnished upon short notice. Ap
ply at Lahr & Co. 's Employment Bureau, 137
East Third street. 74*
OR SALE— Cheap— Second-hand storm
sash for hot beds. E. Ingham, 219
Pearl street. 74-
OR SALE— A Brunswick pool table, at 92
Wabashaw, cor. Seventh street. 71-100
FOR SALE— Restaurant and bakery at a
bargain. W. R. Booth. 71*
QTRAWBERRY PLANTB by the million.
O Catalogue free. Address C. Hodsdon,
Minneapolis, Minn. 70-91
\*TILL buy policies In failed or solvent Life
f T Co.'s; loans on same. L. P. Van Nor
man, St. Paul. 35
It Mnst Not be Forgotten that
Closes the sale of those
43 E Third street, St. Paul.
Purely Vegetable Cant all biliotu AaeuM act.
tag on the Stomach, Ltrer and Blood. Warranted
•^f?^,?^^ clot w^uiMieooT*
LEADING BUSINESS IN
ST.PAUL, MIJN~ISr r
%" - ARCHITECTS- -.:. j^ ,
JOHN STEVENS & SON, 3d* East Third
street, St. Paul, Minn. , ■■»
iHERWOOD HOUGH, : corner Third and
Wabashaw. ; : ::--■:■ ■■•;■-.,;
WILLIAMS A DAVIDSON, Attorney*,
have removed to Davidson's block, corner of
Fourth and Jackson streets.
MoINTOSH & Co., Beef Packers and Preserv
ers of Meats, 20 and 23 Jackson street
BOOKS & ITATIONIBY. ~
BHEBWOOD HOUGH, corner Third and
ST. PAUL BOOK AND STATIONERY CO.,
8T East Third street.
CARRIAGES k BLEIOHB.
A. NIPPOLT, cor. Seventh A Sibley streets.
COMMISSION, FRUITB ft PRODUCE.
FINCK A McCAULEY, Wholesale Dealers
in Grain, Flour, Feed and Provisions, No. 44
Bibley street, St. Paul, Minn. .;
CROCKERY- WHOLEBALB ft RETAIL
J. SCHILLO A Co., 106 Wabashaw street.
CARP & WAIL PAPBBa.
JOHN MATHEIS, 11 East Third street
W. L. ANDERSON. 86 East Third street.
jpsy OOOPa-Wholesaie- ~
AUERBACH, FINCH, CULBERTSON A CO.,
corner Third and Wacouta streets.
A. H. UNDEKE & BRO., 9 E. Third street
"""" FUftS, FEATHEBS & GINSENG.
A. O. BAILEY, 10 Jackson street
yPBKITUBB, FEATHERS & MATTBESBKS
BTEES BROS., 51 East Third street Estab
lished 1850. ■ •■:■-}'
P. H. KELLY 4 CO., 142 to 148 East Third
street " Ml%
HARDWABE & TOOLS.
KINGSBURY & DRAPER, 35 E. Third Street
JEWELERS & WATCHMAKERS.
~EMIL GEIST, 57 East Third street
1 HARDWARE— Wholesale.
STRONG, HACKETT & CO., 182 E. Third St.
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER HAIR.
SANDERS A MATHEWS, 71 and 72 Levee.
TRUNK MAKERS. £
CRIPPEN A UPSON, 74 Erst Thirdstreet
W.H. GARLAND, 41 East Third street
WINES AND LlQUOßS— Wholesale .
' PERKINS, LYONS & CO., 31 Robert street
B. KUHL & CO., Wholesale Dealers in
Eiquors and Wines, 194 East Third street, St.
Paul. ■ ■ '
UPHOLSTERY AND FOBHITDRE
HEZEKIAH HALL, furniture nud upholstery
Choice stock; first-class work; No. 57 Jack
ARTHUR, WARREN & ABBOTT, 186 and
188 East Third street.
STATEMENT OF THE
Insurance Co., > - of Hartford, Ct.
Cash Capital, $1,000,000
Loans secured by mortgages and .
collaterals $ 267,577 55
Market value of all bonds and
stock 1,139,797 00
Cash on hand and other assets. .. ■ 229,008 27
Reinsurance reserve $ 293,822 10
Unpaid losses 54,837 78
Surplus ■with capital over liabili
ties 1,287,722 94
INCOME IN 1880.
From premiums received $ 507,876 98
From interest and dividends ...... 85,189 69
EXPENDITURES IN 1880.
Losses $ 261,134 03
Dividends 100,000 00
All other expenditures 147,924 30
BUSINESS IN MINNESOTA IN 1880.
FIRE. ■. - ■
Risks written. .-. . ... . * 1,071,100 00
Premiums received 11,902 82
Losses incurred 8,898 09
STATE OF MINNESOTA, 1
Department OF Insurance, >
St; Paul, March 15, 1881. )
I, A. R. McGill, Insurance Commissioner of
the State of Minnesota, do hereby certify that
the Connecticut Fire Insurance Com
pany above named, has complied with the
laws of this State relating to insurance, and is
now fully empowered through its authorized
agents to transact its appropriate business of
fire insurance in this State, for the year ending
January 31st, 1882.
A. R. M'GILL,
. . Insurance Commissioner.
.. . :
Agent. -. .
1 . 82-84
Grading Pleasant Avenue. *
Office of the Board of Public Works, i
Citt of St. Paul, Minn., March 21, 1881. $
Sealed bids will be received by the Board of
Public Works in and for the corporation of
the City of St. Paul, Minnesota, at their office
in said city .until 12 m . on the Ist day of April, A.
D. 1881 the grading of Pleasant avenue from
Ramsey street to Sixth (6th) street, in said city,
according to plans and specifications on file in
the office of said Board. ; \ - y. . j
▲ bond with at least two sureties, in a sum
of at least 20 per cent, of the gross amount
bid. must accompany each bid. -
The said board reserves the right to reject
any or all bids.
JOHN FARRINGTON, President.
Official: R. L. Gorman, -
. Clerk Board of Public Works.- r. - -81-81
. BPBINa POOPS. _■ _ .." ..__/„ 'C—
61 ~ SAINT PAUL (31
ONE-PRICK CLOTHING HOUSE,
? SATTLEB BROS., 61 EAST THIBD STREET.
A. FULL LINK OB 1 SPRING- GOODS JUST RECKIVBD
61 Boys', and Children's Clothing a Specialty.- Orders by mall promptly attended. 6 1
AETHUK, W-AREEN <fc ABBOTT
Wholesale Not i
Hosiery, and Fancy Goods.
186 AND 188 EAST THIRD STREET, -' - -__-__- - - ST. PAUL
SEND US A POSTAL CARD ~~
-^ __ __ _^ g^ With name and address, for Catalogue of *
VllL M V Field ' harden & Flower £eeds.
\ H H I I \ • Catalogues Sent Free, By Mail, to any address.
UlllllJlJ. FRANKLIN BTEELE, JR., & CO.,
: - 127 and 129 South First Street, Minneapolis.
> ' ' WHOLESALE DRY GOODS. :
AUJjpACH, FINCH & VAN SLICE !
tI. Only Leading Dry Goods House in tie Northwest,
Competes with the Markets of New York and Chicago,
WHOLESALE DKOQGIaTS .
NO YES BROS. & CUTLER,
IMPORTERS & WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
88 and 70 Sibloy Street. Cor. Fifth, - - - - - St. Paul.
' . ■ ' . Tlic F'nent Drag Store and Stock in the XV eat. . - ■■.■"^L.V
_____ : OBOCKERY, ~ ~ ~ _
CRAIG, LARKIN & SMITH,
Importers and Wholesale and Retail Dealers in -
O R Of^T^'FP "R~V rrcnch China Glassware, Lamps, Looking Glasses,
,JX\\J HIJA X , House Furnishing Goods, Etc., Etc.
.-■•■- 64 SIBLEY STBEET, ST. PAUL. __
: ... COMMISSION MERCHANTS. : .
ORANGES & LEMONS,
TA P 1 f-1 A U Timothy and Clover Seeds. .
fIAIJIjAJX. 14 JACKSON STREET, -'- - - ST. PAUL.
~~ | "~~~' ™ ' M>. r TAYLORS.
MAIZES, GOOD & SCHURMKTEI!
THE LiIiGEST AND MOST FASHIONABLE
MERCHANT TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT
IV THiS NORTHWEST.
Jobbers In Merchant Tailoring: floods, Clothe, Casslmeres and Trimmings
82 JACKSON STREET. ST. PAUL.
■ ■ CAJUUABX MAJTUI-AUTUJMtKB- y} : ..,-; r
FINK WORK ONLY.
K4. 56 A [sß ROBERT STREET. - - - - - ST. PAUL
Uwti for "The Coucor.l Harness." , '.■.._'
• WHOL«JAL E~MU.LIK '. ' "'
J. OPPENHEIH & CO., miLriK^SiDs,
- - . . - . : . ■-: ' And ManufaoturerH of
LAJDIES' TRrjVJLMED FIATS.
I Jfaablon Plate Gratis, upon application. ■ . .
101 EAST THIBD STBEET, - - v-r' \ V-^f ST. PAUL
BOOTS AND SHOES - _
New Spring Goods, New Styles,
\h||h\ scmltbk &co 3 5.,
■ ill I I I 111 Ami will iii a few days be the ouly
- UJJMI; Complete Stock and Largest Assortment of Boots & Shoes
wmmmmmmmmm — mmmmm^ __ IN ST. PAUL. Agency for the well-known BURTB SHOES.
- HASP WARE.
DDPITPD 9 DllflniPO WHOL.KBALE
DiiliUM a nnUUUiO, Iron, Nails, Steel,
Heavy Hardware, Wagon & Carriage Material,
Horseshoes and Horsenalls, Bellows, Anvils, Vices, Blacksmiths and Wagonmakers' Supplies.
221 and 223 East Fourth Street, St. Paul.
Notice to Creditors.
In the matter of the estate of William B. Weir,
Notice Is hereby given that the Judge of the Pro
bate court of Ramsey county has fixed upon the first
Monday of May, A. D. 1881, being the second day of
eald month, at the Probate office in said county, as
the lime and place when and where he will receive,
hear and adjust all claims of all persons against said
deceased, and that six months from the date hereof
have been limited as the time for creditors to present
their claims against said estate.
Dated the 7th day of March, 1831.
BIOHABD W. JOHNSON, Administrator.
(pajxxtxb jukx 13xa 1 1879. )
Having secured the 6ervice6 of an experi
enced glove fitter from New York, we shall
hereafter fit the Foster Kid Gloves to the
hands of Ladies and gentlemen purchasing.
In this way customers are sure of perfect
gloves and perfect fits. The tales of the Foster
Gloves are increasing every year, and are so
large that it is almost impossible to supply
the demand. Try a pair and have them fitted*.
O. A. DIBBLE,
75 EAST THIRD STREET.
BCALU- ■ -~ -
II ECLIPSE WIND MILLS,
Feed Mill*, Tanks and Fixtures
FAIRBANKS, MORSE & CO.,
. - 46 East Third Street.';
AND ,l~~ .--'^- ..
No 10 W. TWril street St. Pan).
I respectfully invite the .attention of ladies
and gentlemen to my large, most complete and
elegant stock of new Masquerade Costumes
for Balls, Parties, Theatrical Performances.
Old Folks Concerts, Tabfeaus, Ac
Masks at wholesale. P. J. GIEBEN.
Country parties send for list and prices.
-.... 854* • •;•.-■ " • y/ .
Attention, Jouseleep !
. The North Star Mills, near Seventh street
bridge, St. Paul,, is now making a superior
article of Fancy and Straight Flour. House- "
keeepers, by ordering direct from, the mill -
can save from 25 to 75 cent* per sack. All
orders, either verbal or by mail, promptly at
tended to. Flour delivered to any part of the
city, and each sack warranted, at the follow
ing prices: - - - .
Fancy, per sack .......$3 50
Straight 2 75.
Frost & Co., 44 Virginia avenne, and W. F
Pieper, 116 Jackson street, sell this Flour at"
the same prices. : .:.
84-65 BARTON & JONES. -
CnifllCDC udFaaaloMn i«nd joru address oo
dyLyltnO »POttal oard to J.F.BOOLE. Box
W.WMhlnfton, D,0.. and r*c«lT« FBEJB an •Uht-D&c •
B4JW dtlotad Id toil LVut MWy-Vg^Tthi.