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The Globe this morning is six pages to ac
commodate the demands of business. The
public will always find the Globe sufficiently
elastic in size to contain the news.
Steamer No. 4is out of service, owing to
some repairing that is being done upon her.
George Mecz has sold two lots in Woodland
park addition to Elizabeth Wright for $1,150.
Btcamer No. 1 was occupied a portion of the
day yesterday in filling a cistern in the sixth
This is the last day of grace. Pay your
water rent and save 5 per cent. The office will
be open until 7 p. m.
The clerk of the court is engaged in prepar
ing the calendar for the next term of the dis
trict court, commencing next Tuesday.
An action was begun in the district court
yesterday, by R. McDonald against the Mer
chants National bank of St. Paul, to enforce
the payment of $1,026.00, alleged to have been
placed with the bank on deposit.
The directors of the alms house and hospital
met yesterday and issued flf ty-two orders for
wood and provisions. Two paupers were sent
down the river to friends and twenty applica
tions were made, for releif which will be in
Albrecht, Lamphere & Finch are engaged
in moving from the temporary quarters they
have been occupying for several weeks past,
into the splendid five story building built for
them by H. P. Upham on Fourth street, be
tween Jackson and Sibley streets.
Frank Kollin was before hizzoner yesterday,
charged with having cabbaged a shawl from
Nick Klinger. It turned out that defendant
is one of those amusing fellows known as
practical jokers, and that he merely took the
article in jest. Ho was discharged.
J. C. Geary was before Judge Burr on two
warrants yesterday, charging him with selling
liquor to minors. The defendant is the pro
prietor of the saloon where the light origin
ated that resulted in the beating of officer
Morarity. The case was continued to the 13th
Frank A very got full of tanglefoot ruin
night before last, and swore that he could
whip any two coppers in Ramsey county. He
was seized by an officer and jerked to the tower,
on the way to which he showed feeble resist
ance. Yesterday he went to the quay for 30
Mr. W. B. Castle, will throw open his new
skating rink to the public on Wednesday even
ing next. The rink is bounded by Cedar, Min
nesota, Thirteenth and Fourteenth streets and
a good time may be expected on the opening
night. Music will be in attendance and it is
the intention of the proprietor to give weekly
Secretary Young, of the state board of im
migration, has in the past four and a half
months sent off some 31,000 of the new edition
of 80,000 (in all languages) of the immigration
pamphlet, all but about 2,500 of which were
sent through the postoilice to actual address
es furnished by correspondents in other states
and in foreign countries.
An alarm of fire was sounded about .) o'clock
last evening from box 31, lower town, but
when the steamer reached the place where the
fire was supposed to be, on the corner of
Eighth and John streets, it was found there
was no work for them to do, as the inmates
of the house had extinguished the flames that
were found in some of .he bedclothes. How
the fire got there is a mystery.
And now that the arrangements are fully
completed for the policemen's ball'to be given
at Market hall to-night, the gallant coppers
should be accorded a rousing turnout. The
sale of tickets has been large and the prospects
indicate, a royal good time in all particulars.
The zealous guardians of the peace will dem
onstrate their capacity for doing a social oc
casion of this magnitude full justice as they
shake the light fantastic to as lively fiddle
music as ever discoursed linked sweetness in
The case of M. J. Cosgrave against C. C.
Berkman for $200 damages alleged to have re
sulted from an assault, came up for trial by
jury, in the municipal court yesterday after
noon. Thfl plaintiff claimed that defendant
entered his hou.-e on the night of December
10 and wrongfully and without warrant pro
ceeded to beat him" The answer of defendant
denied the as-ault and set forth that on the
evening named he w:i a summoned to plaintifi's
house by cries of help, and that he found the
latter beating his wife. The testimony show
ed no ground for complaint, and a verdict was
returned for defendant without the jury lea -
ing their seats.
The case of tlie city against J. Graham, Ed.
Buckley, and John, Michael and T. O'Brien,
charged with being concerned in the villainous
assault on Officer Moriarity on Christmas
night, was called for tearing in the police
court yesterday morning. The testimony
showed that the officer had visited a saloon
kept by one Geary, having been attracted by a
series of shots iired by a drunken hoodlum
named Mcguire. The latter was put under
arrest, when the rest of the gang interfered
and beat the officer. Owing to the general
character of the melee it was difficult for the
officer to s.wear positively from whom he re
ceived the blow. The boys, M. and T. O'Brien,
proved an alibi and were discharged. Buckley
was fined $10, and Jack O'Brien went to the
cooler for thirty days.
Return of the Mastodons
Chas. H. Keishin, advance agent of Haver
ly's Original Mastodon Ministrls arrived in
St. Paul yesterday, and arranged for the ap
pearance of the company at the Opera house
on Wednesday and Thursday evenings of next
week. Since their appearance in this city the
company has added a number of special at
tractions to the entertainment and while the
old favorites have been retained the personel
has been materially strengthened by the addi
tion of specialty performers. Among the well
known names are those of Leon, formerly of
Kelly <fe Leon's company, Billy Rice, Ben Gil
foil and Frank Cushman. Besides these are
the Zanfretta family of French pantominists
in black, and Prof. Pankerand ami his trained
A charter has been granted to the American
Combined Iron and Steel company, Philadel
phia, capital $1,000,000. The company was
formerly chartered under the laws of New
Remember, it is remnant week at Lindeke,
Ladd & Co's, this week.
Notice to Water Consumers.
This is the last day of grace. Pay your water
rent and save 5 per cent. The office will be
kept open until 7 p. m.
Grand bargains in remnants at Lindeke, Ladd
& Co's this week.
An adjourned meeting of the St. Paul Anti-
Coercion committee will be held at the old
court house Saturday evening, January 7,
18S2, at 7:30 o'clock. A full attendance is re
quested, as business of importance will come
before the meeting.
Lawkexce Fahet, Secretary.
Services to-day (Epiphany) at the Church of
St. John, the Evangelist. Morning prayer and
holy commuion 10:30 a. m. Choral Ev«nsong
7:30 p. m. Rev. Henry Kittson, Pastor.
For a nice dish of oysters, go to head
quarters, Montgomery's Oyster Bay.
Grand Business Opening for Sale.
Ladies' and gents' furnishing goods and no
tion business— lease, fixtures and stock. Bales
about $25,000 yearly, store in the best loca
tion in Minneapolis, about $5,000 stock now
on hand. For terms, etc., apply by letter to
Big bargains in remnants at Lindeke, Ladd
& Ce's, this week.
One thousand cords of dry slabs, retail price
$4 per cord, delivered. John Dowlan,
Corner Fifth and Wabashaw streets.
TERRIBLE CHURCH PANIC
WHILE A FUNERAL WAS IX rjiOGRESS
AT QUINCT, ILL.
The Breaking of a Seat Causes a Terrible
Scare— A Mad Kaih fur the Door Which
Soon Becomes Blocked- Women Knocked
Down by the Men and Trampled Under
Foot— Less or More Seriously Injured,
Several of Whom jProbably Fatally-
Fearful Powder Explosion at Oshkaloosa,
lowa— Three Boys Using a Powder Maga
zine fora Target, Exploding 500 Kegs ml
Powder— The Boys Killed and Horribly
Quincy, 111., Jan. s.— During the fun
eral of Rev. Simon Kuhlehenhoelter, at
the Salem Evangelical church this after
noon a frightful panic occurred. In the
rush for the street some forty persons
were injured, six ladies seriously. The
church is one of the largest in the city,
and was filled with friends of the deceas
ed. All the seats were filled, and stand
ing room in aisles and abeut the doors
was occupied. Soon after the services
commenced a panic occurred. It is said
that a seat in the gallery broke down;
people in the vicinity thought the gallery
was giving way, and a rush commenced.
Men, women and children poured out of
tlie door leading from the main floor and
gallery into the hall leading to the
street. All efforts to stop them were
fruitless; the people were frantic, and
would listen to nothing. In less than
two minutes the door was blocked up,
and the scene that followed was inde
scribable. Women who were caught in the
crowd were thrown down and trampled
on. Their shrieks and the shouting of
men who seemed to be frightened out of
their senses, were fearful. For fully ten
minutes the doorway was blocked up,
and during the greater part of this time
a half dozen women lay on the steps under
the feet of the frightened crowd. A few
men who had not lost their head, went to
work heroically to rescue the women, and
succeeded in getting them out after they
had been " walked over by a
large number of men. As fast as
taken out the victims were taken to ad
joining houses and cared for. It was
found that several were
SERIOUSLY, PROBABLY FATALLY HURT.
Mrs. Shelker, a married woman, aged
about 45, received internal injuries and
it is supposed will die.
Maggie Meyer, a young woman, was
bruised in the face by boot heels and was
Mary Keys, Mary Ann Hitter, Minnie
Bundy and Miss Dick Hut, young women,
all received serious injuries and their re
covery is doubtful.
Mrs. Doliman, an old lady, Mrs. and
Miss Lohman, and Miss Wiseman, were
llev. Hollenbrack, who was caught in
the crowd, had a rib broken.
Many who were knocked down and but
slightly injured, were taken home as soon
as they escaped, and their names were
not ascertained. There was no occasion
for the scare and no cause for the panic.
After the excitement, which lasted for
half an hour, the funeral ceremonies were
resumed. Up to 8 o'clock this evening
the victims were all alive, but there is but
little hope for Mrs. Schliker, Miss Meyers
and Miss Bundy.
FEARFUL TOWDER EXPLOSION.
Oskaloosa, la., Jan. 5. — An explosion
occurred at 4 p. in. to-day whereby 500
kegs of powder, the property of a man
ufacturing powder company, went up
with a terrific noise. It was caused by
some boys using the waoden magazine as
a target for a breech loading rifle. Three
boys, John Phillips, son of the mayor,
whose father drew the rifle as a prize on
New Year's day, Gerald Joyce and John
Stedman, were the boys engaged in the
target exercise and were all instantly
killed, being fearfully mangled
and burned. They were cai ried
from 50 to 100 yards away Irom
the magazine, and mutilated almost be
yond recognition. The explosion caused
great damage to windows, nearly all plain
glass fronts in the business quarter of the
city being wrecked, while many houses
in the north part of the city suffered se
verely, the damage aggregating not less
than $20,000. Many other persons were
injured by falling glass and debris.
The body of young Phillips, was found
fifty yards down tne hill, his clothing nearly
all gone, and the back portion of his head car
ried away and body otherwise horribly
mangled. John Stebman was blown through
a wire fence 100 yards away. Gerald .Toyce
was found in a creek 150 yards away with his
head almost completely gone. The boys had
been warned to quit. The damage to the city
is very great. Most of the houses in the north
half are badly wrecked, both the windows
and woodwork broken, barns completely
wrecked, chimneys toppled and flues cracked
from top to bottom. The wreck of plate
glass on the principal streets of the city are
nearly complete and cannot be covered by
Keokuk, la., Jan. 5. — The shock of the
explosion at Oskaloosa to-day, was felt at
Menroe, on the Keokuk & Dcs Moinesdi
vision of the Chicago, Rock Island & Pa
cific railroad, a distance of nearly thirty
miles from the scene of the explosion.
The Gibbons Family Murderers Spirited
Away to Maysville Jail by Boat— A Large
Mob Give Chase in Another Boat, but are
Out Speeded— Tlie Murderers Safe in Jail
at Maysville .
Ironton, O. Jan. s.— The trial
at Cattlesburg of the Ashland
murderers was set for trial at 1
©'clock. Judge Brown fearing the action
of the mob (about 200 strong, j had the
prisoners placed on a ferry which trans
ferred them to the Mountain Boy at
Sheridan's coal works, three miles below
Cattlesburg. The excited mob hearing
this, captured the steamer Mountain Girl
and are in hot pursuit. The Mountain
Boy passed here ten miles from Cattles
burg with the prisoners at 2p. m. The
Mountain Girl is not here yet at 3:00 this
afternoon. It is not supposed that the
Mountain Boy will be overtaken before
she reaches Maysville as the Mountain
Girl has stopped at Ashland and the mob
are now making efforts to secure a train
to head off the Mountain Boy at Ports
mouth or the nearest point below.
Cincinnati, 0., Jan. s.— Portsmouth,
0,, special: The steamer Mountain Boy,
having on board Ellis Craft, Geo. Ellis
and Wm. Neal, the murderers, guarded
by a detachment of Maysville guards, a
military company seventy-five in number
provided with arms and ammunition,
touched at this port for coal at 5:30 p. m.
Geo. Ellis, when interviewed, reiterated
what he has already confessed which did
not differ from what has been reported by
the Associated Press, and he still claims
that his share in the murder was only
that of an unwilling witness. The steam
er Hudson with militia, met the Mountain
Boy at Riverton, ten miles above here,
and transferred the Maysville guards to
the Mountain Boy. The Mountain Girl a
mile or two behind at the time, abandoned
the pursuit on hearing the prisoners were
strongly guarded by military. No bois-
SAINT PJHUi DAtLT GIOBE, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 6, 1882.
terous demonstrations attended the land
ing of the Mountain Boy at this port, but
it required the utmost efforts of the civil
officers and military to keep the immense
crowd from rushing en the boat.
The prisoners were located in the rear cabin
under guard. Craft and Neal were shackled
together. They all brightened up when the
chase was abandoned. Ellis spent his time
reading the papers, and appeared greatly de
pressed. Craft and Neal were chatting and
lively, taking great interest in the joking and
coming singing which the soldiers engaged
in around them. Both solemnly protested
innocence. ; Craft is a rather good looking and
well dressed fellow. He exhibited great in
difference and claims he can prove an alibi]
Neal is an ill looking fellow and made a dcs ,
perate but vain attempt to imitate his partner,
and appear indifferent, but his smile was
ghastly as ever and said he was seized with a
terrible trembling. Ellis was moody and un
Maysville, Ky., Jan. s,— The Ashland
murderers arrived here at 10 o'clock, and were
safely lodged in jail.
A Total or 29 Roads of 2.G17 Miles in
Length Sold During 1881.
Chicaoo, Jan. s.— The Railway Age has a
recapitulation of the known foreclosure sale
of railroads the past year. Twenty-nine roads,
with an aggregate mileage of 2,617 miles and
an apparent investment of $51 ,278,000 in capi
tal stock and $76,645,000 in bonds and other
indebtedness, making a vast total of $128,000,
--000, have been sold during 1881 to wind up their
long outstanding obligations. These figures
will surprise and discourage many who be
lieved the era of railway foreclosures was past.
But the bankruptcy of these roads commenced
years ago, and they have been but dragging
along through the slow legal process ever
since. The settlements have, however, been
more advantageous than the creditors could
have obtained before.
The Gallowa Ready.
The gallows for the execution of Kenko
weskie for the murder of Mina Muller, was
erected in the jail yard, Jersey City, to-night
and deputy slier i lid appointed.
The Duke of Hamilton has decided to sell
his magnificent library, including the cele
brated B^ckford collection.
Monday Eve'a, Jan. 9, at 8 O'clock
With his Boy String Quartet, assisted by
MISS HAYNES, Soprano.
ME. BOCKELEW, Basso,
MR, BALDWIN, Accompanist,
Admission 75 cents. Season subscribers can
reserve seats Friday and Saturday; general
public, Monday, at Ford's Music Store, 96 East
Third street. No extra charge. 6-BA9
Lowest Eastern Prices Duplicated !
Call and examine our stock or
send for Catalogue.
DYER & HOWARD,
Bt. Paul and Minneapolis.
MONFORT & CO.,
FANCY GROCERS !
5 EL Third Street.
We now have in stock and offer for the Hol
iday Trade, the Finest line of Fancy Grocer
ies ever brought to the West.
All goods warranted fresh ,
PRINCESS ALMONDS, and all
kinds of NUTB, RAISINS,
IMPERIAL FIGS, DRIED
FRUITS, PREBERVES, JAMS,
JELLIEB, ENGLISH PLUM
MINCE MEAT, MALAGA GRAPES,
ORANGES and PEARS, all
kinds of CANNED FRUITS,
and VEGETABLES, CREBENT
OLIVES, SWEET PICKLES, Etc.
FRESH IMPORTED CIGARS, CHAM
PAGNES and STILL WINEB of all kinds.
STATE OF MINNESOTA— COUNTY OF KAM
BEY-B8 In Probate Court, Special Term,
December 13, 1881.
In the matter of the estate of Oasper Koerper, de
On reading and filing the petition of V.'endelin
Weis, administrator of the estate of Casper
Koerper, deceased, representing, among other
things, that he has folly administered
said estate, and praying that a time and place be
fixed for examining and allowing his account of his
administration, and for the assignment of the resi
due of said estate to heirs,
It is ordered, that said account be examined and
petition heard, by the judge of this court, on Mon
day, the 9th day of January, A. D. 1883, at ten o'clock
a. m . , at the probate office in said county.
And It la further ordered, that notice thereof be
given to all persons Interested, by publishing a copy
of this order for three successive weeks prior to
said day of hearing, In the Daily Globe, a news
paper printed and published at St. Paul, in said
county. By the court, HENBY O'GOBMAN,
[i.s.] Judge of Probate.
Attest : Fbane Bobkrt. Jr., Clerk .
Re-Assessment for Grading Maria
)ffice of the Board of Public Works, )
Citt of St. Paul, Minn., Jan. 5, 1882 J
The Board of Public Works in and for the
corporation of the City of St. Paul, Minn.,
will meet at their office in said city, at 2 p. m.,
on the 13th day of Jannary, A. D. 1882, to
make a re-assessment of benefits, costs and ex
penses arising from the grading of Maria
avenue from North street to Cherry street,
in said city, on certain property on the line of
said grading, on which Judgment has been de
nied by the district court of Ramsey county,
Minnesota, amounting in the aggregate to
All persons interested are hereby notified to
be present at said time and place of making
said re assessment, and will be heard.
JOHN FARRINGTON, President.
Official: R. L. Gorman,
Clerk Board of Public Works. 6-7
PERSONAL— If Mr. Mason from Pennsyl
vania, who visited Dawson & Co. a few
days since, relative to investments, will send
his address M. W. Leston, box 2629, postoffice
St. Paul, he will much oblige one who is anx
ious to meet him. 6*
FIVE CENTS ALINE
W "ANTED— Three or four pleasant rooms
for light housekeeping. Address C,
Globe office. 5-7
WANTED— An experienced "make-up"
for book work. West Pub. Co. 859-
ITUATION— man and wife as cook and
assistant; fully competent; country pre
ferred. Address D.C., Globe office. 342*
WANTED— cook, a nurse, and a laun
dress. Good wages to competent help.
Corner Ninth and Canada streets, No. 259.
WANTED— A girl to cook, wash and iron,
113 East Third street. 342
WANTED— Second-hand coal stoves, at
839 Robert street, between Fourth andt
4 N experienced girl desires a situation as
ix cook or at general housework, in lower
town. Apply at German Intelligence Office,
516 St. Peter street. 6*
NEAT y Oun g German girl desires a situa
xjL tion a 3 nurße or to assist in light house
work. Appjy 510 St. Peter street, Intelligence
Office. •..'•.. 1*
WANTED— By an experienced dressmaker,
engagements in families. Best of city
references can be given. Address D., this of
TTTANTED— A steady place to wash or to
V? clean offices during the winter. Ad
dress Mrs. 8., Globe office. 351*
WANTED— Immediately, by a competent
lady, a place to do housework or work
by the day. Address G. M. . this office. 337*
S ITUATION WANTED— By a young com-
O petent woman as cook, ironer and washer
in a respectable family. Address, C, Globe
office. • 320*
A RELIABLE young man wants situation
in store or office. Is willing to take
anything with a view of promotion. A. R.
T., Globe office. 351*
WANTED— Situation as coachman in pri
vate family, by a young German. . Best
of city references. Address B. A., this office.
ait M LXiGiib GYIMBMD-luaud**.
WANTED— Girl for general housework for
small family, German or swede preferred,
at 477 Wabashaw street, new number. 6*
WANTED— Girl for general housework,
527 Dayton avenue. 5*
WANTED— A girl for general housework.
VY Must be a good cook. Apply at the west
end of the basement row, corner Spruce and
Cooper streets. : £ 8*
ANTED IMMEDIATELY— At Grand
Central Hotel, four first-class lady
waiters. Corner Seventh and Wabashaw
A COMPETENT GIRL, cook, washer and
ironer, wanted at 20 Fort street. Family
of three. 360*
ANTED— Nurse girl. Apply immedi
ately at 46 Pleasant aye. E. H. Clarke.
WANTED— A good girl for general house
, work. Apply at No. 200 (old number),
Wabashaw street. 351*
Males. ~ ~
WANTED— A young man for office work
YY and collecting. Good references requir
ed. Address G. M. 8., Globe office. 3*
XXTANTED— A competent bookkeeper. Ad-
V T dress postoffice box N. 3
WANTED— Young man to take care of
horses and do chores around the house
and go t© school for his board. Apply No. 80
Dayton aveuue. 1*
WANTED— A No. 1 night cook at the
Three Golden Gates Restaurant. Ap
ply in person at restaurant. 351*
WANTED— A good stout boy at West
Publishing com t -ny, 113 Wabashaw
WANTED— A first-class wagon maker, at
Prescott, Wis. Address or apply to
John Neinstadt, Prescott, Wis. 340*
WANTED— A competent undertaker to
take charge of our undertaking busi
ness. One acquainted with the furniture busi
ness preferred. Btecs Bros., corner Third and
Minnesota streets. 330*
LOST AHD tOVWD.
LOST— About two months ago, on Dayton
Bluff, a large white cow, with large horns
and short tail. Finder will be rewarded by T.
Wilson, European House. 6
FOUND— A bull terrier. The owner can
have same by making inqr^ry at this of
FOUND — A large brass key which can be
had at the Globe office. 4*
FOR BALE— A number of new milch cows,
at Delaney & O'Connor's stock yards.
FOR SALE— A nearly new Bridgeport or
gan. Apply at 65 Deßow street. 3-7
FOR SALE — Several coal stoves — large and
small. Second-hand stoves repaired
and patterns made. No. 839 Robert street,
between Fourth and Fifth. 324*
FOR SALE— A Chicago Scale company
platform scale, entirely new, will be sold
cheap. Apply at Globe office. 325*
TWO gentlemen, or gentleman and wife, de
siring nice board and room, with comforts
of home, in desirable location, can learn of a
fine opportunity by addressing A. 8., Globe
FOR RENT— One very nicely furnished
front room. Apply 47 Lafayette avenue.
rpo RENT— Four rooms, corner Seventh and
JL Cedar streets, West St. Paul. C. Baver
FOR RENT— A suite of furnished rooms at
441 Jackson strest, between Seventh and
FOR RENT— Two pleasant, furnished
rooms, respectively $10 to $12 per month,
in private family, 57 East Tenth street, near
FOR RENT— One or two rooms furnished
or unfurnished, 177 Wabashaw street.
FOR RENT— Small house, five rooms, cis
tern, woodshed and barn, 1 12 per month.
H., this office. 4-6
FOR RENT— Four three story brick tene
ments, with modern improvements, on
Ramsey street. Apply to H. Sahlgaard, at the
Savings Bank, St. Paul. 355-12
O MALL but comfortable houses, on Jackson
kJ street near railroad crossing. F. Allis.
X IFE policies bought or loans on same. L.
_LJ P. Van Norman, Jackson and Fourth
"VTEW LAUNDRY— Mr. Sze Wan has opened
J-i a first-class laundry at No. 85 East
Seventh street, corner of Minnesota street, and
is prepared to do the best of work at the
very lowest prices, and guarantees satisfac
tion. Give him a call. Delivery to any part
of the city. 352-36
MR. WING LUNG has opened a new
laundry at No. 120 Fort street, where
the public can have washing and ironing done
in the best style known in this line. Ladies'
gentlemen's and children's clothing washed
in the best manner by this experienced laun
dryman. Orders received after January Ist.
Delivery to any part of the city. 365-29
XO LOAN. '
CUR A AAAto loan In sums $5,000
>pOl/-l>l/Uand upwards. Lowest
rates. A. K. Barnum, 34 East Third street
Feb. 2, 1882.
Being the Last Day for
COMPTROLLEB'g OFFICE, CITT HAM., )
Saint Paul, Minn., January 5, 1582. >
To the owners of real estate, holders of "City
Treasurer's Certificates of Sale," and to all
f other interested parties,
Deeds will be issued by the City of Saint
Panl, on the third day of February, 1883
in accordance with the city charter, upon the
presentation to the City Comptroller of the
following unredeemed "Certificates of Sale,"
issued by the City Treasurer for property sold
by him on the second day of February,
1880, to satisfy judgments against the same,
rendered by the District Court of the County
of Ramsey, State of Minnesota, for the fol
lowing improvements, unless redeemed on or
before the second day of February, 1882.
(with twenty-four per cent, penalty per an
num, from the date of sale, February 2nd,
Summit Avenue Sewer, from Bice
Street to St. Peter Street.
Farrington & Kinney's Addition.
No. of Supposed Am't of
Certificate, owner. Lot. Block. Sale.
2486 Daniel Mullen,west
erly 4 feet (except
n'ly4ofeet) 7 2 $6 57
2487 Daniel Mullen, (ex
cept n'ly 40 feet) ... 8 2 49 05
2488 Daniel Mullen, ely
6 feet (except n'ly 40
feet................ 9 2 893
2489 Abigail Mullen,
w'ly34feet 9 2 41 S2
2490 Abigail Mullen 10 2 40 05
2493 Charles Proal, w'ly
SO feet 12 3 37 25
2494 Charles Proal, w'ly
30 feet 13 2 49 05
JOHN W. ROCHE,
6-11 City Comptroller.
500 Pieces Half Wool Dress Goods, in all
newest Bhades, at 12)£c, 15c, 18c, 20c,
25c, worth fully double these prices!
100 Pieces wide, heavy side-band Mohair
Dress Goods, in newest shades, at 15c,
100 Pieces Fine French Dress Goods at 25
to 50 per cent, less than cost!
100 Pieces double width Black Alpacas at
15c, 20c, 25c, 30c, worth double!
100 Pieces finest and best Black Mohair
Brilliantcens at 37)£c, 45c, 50c!
100 Pieces "best make* and "best
weight," wide, double-fold French
Cashmeres, in newest colors, at 35c,
45c, 58c, 68c, 75c!
100 Pieces best Black French Cashmeres,
all wool, 30c, 45c, 50c, 55c, 60c, 65c,
25 Pieces fine French "Black Goods," in
25 Pieces 48-inch Twilled Flannel Suit
ings, in browns only, 40c, worth 80c!
25 Pieces Flannel Suitings in Navys, &c,
at 45c up!
Tlie celebrated Jamestown Mohair Goods
at less than manufacturers' prices!
Lot Figured "Tycoon Reps" for wrap
pers, &c, 12)£c, reduced from 25c!
Lot genuine English and French Per
cales, "widest and heaviest," 15c,
Lot Stripe Seersuckers and Stripe Skirt
ings at a sacrifice!
Lot Ladies' Scarlet Flannel (Skirts at
$1.25, worth $2.25!
Lot Ladies' Fine Scarlet Wool Vests and
Pants, $1.25, formerly $2!
Lot Ladies' Heavy, long-knit Wool Leg
gins, *50c, worth $1!
1000 "Remnants," Dress Goods, Silks,
Cloths. Flannels, &c, at barely "nomi
5 Cases of one of the best and most popu
lar brands, yard wide, Bleached Cot
tons at 10}£c!
It will pay you to come and see us very
% often during January.
New "Inducements" offered daily!
Wo. 131 Eaat Third Street.
You can buy Chicago A Northwestern rail'
way commercial rebate mileage tickets of T.
W. Teasdale, general passenger agent C. St. P
M. & O. railway at St. Paml, and of J. C.
Charbonneau, ticket agent 0., St. P., M. A O
railway, at Minneapolis. 551-81
DUNCAN & BARRY,
30 East Tliird Street
Are taking advantage of the
RED FIGURE SALE
"One-Price" ClolMna House,
43, New No. 65, East Third Street, " ■ ■ ■ St. Paul.
B. Q. F. c. H.
CRAIG, LARKIN & SMITH,
- Importers and "Wholesale and tail Dealers in
/Yp/Y/T|7"l7«"nT7 French China, Glassware, Lamps, Looking Glasses,
vJY-LjrL I ) '"" ■' House Furnishing Goods, Etc, Etc
64 SIBLEY STREET, - - - - ... - ST. PAUL
jj; COMMISSION MEBOHAKTB.
HOXSIE ~~ WE sell
Fine Creamery and Dairy Butter
- CALIFORNIA HONEY, CHEESE,
, k na 4 D ORANGES, LEMONS, CLARIFIED cider
JA(j(jrAJi i9Q EAST THIRB STREET - - ST.PAnL
OUT I BILLOWELL °^E"
I FINK WORK ONLY. , avjxxo.
54, 56 and 58 ROBERT STREET, - -- - - ST.PAUL
Agent* for "The Concord BarneM."
- — WHOLESALE DBY GOODS.
AUEEBACH, PINCH & VAN SLICK.
The Oil? leailiii Dry Goods House in tie Northwest.
Competes with the Markets of New York and Chicago,
NOVES BROS. & CUTLER,
IMPORTERS & WHOLESALE j)RUGGIBTS,
di and 70 Sibioy Stieet. Cor Fifth, - - - - Bt. Paul
Th« I '.aeui brag Store iiii! Bu>-- « in tarn »Mt.
, BOOTH AND SHOES.
Boots, Shoes, Overshoes, Etc., Etc
SOHLIEK &CO , - - ST. PAUL.
Leading Shoe House of the city. The only large stock of Gent's and
Ladies' Fancy Slippers in the Northwest. Closing sale of Boots,
Shoes, Etc., this Month.
GRIGGS & FOSTER,
29 EasLTMril Street,
ST. PAUL, - - - MINK
The undersigned, would inform his patrons
and the public generally, .hat he is now pre
pared to furnish coal and wood in large or
email quantities, and would respectfully solic
it a share of their patronage.
JOBC1S" DO* WX, A IST,
Cor. Fifth am WaMaw streets/
JOHN WAGENER. 8. LEX DAVIS.
WAGENER & DAVIS,
COAL I WOOD !
No. 834 Jackson street, Eavideon Block, St,
c. J. McCarthy, j. G. DONNELLY.
McCarthy & Donnelly,
54 Wabashaw Street, op xjsite Postoffice.
Agents for Powers & Walker's fine buria
cases. Calls answered at all hours. Embalm
ing a specialty. Best he uin in the city and
finest carriages at the lowest rates. Funerals
conducted and satisfaction guaranteed. 823
ECLIPSE WIND MILLS,
&**>& ISt 111*, T«nka an* Fixture
FAIRBANKS, MOUSE <* CO*
40 Eaat Third Street.
g.j BOOKBINDERS. "f;,;.?'
Bleak Book Manufacturer
and Paper Box Hater.
126 East Third Street, - - - Up Stairs.
No. 10 West Third Street, St, Paul.
I respectfully invite the attention of ladies
and gentlemen to my large, most complete
and elegant stock of new Masquerade Cos
tumes for Balls, Parties, Theatrical Perform
ances, Old Folks Concerts, Tableaus, <&c.
-Masks at wholesale.
Country parties, send for list and prices.
P. J. GIEBEN.
They look at them, "They are dandies," they
say. They try them on, "That is old com
fort." They weir them six or eight months
and then Ray, "That is the best shoe on the
LAMBIE'S RAILROAD SHOE,
"VTOTICE-St. Paul, Dec. 15, 1881— The an
-1.1 nual stockholder's meeting of the St.
Paul City Railway company will be held on
Monday, January 9, 1882, at 10 o'clock a. m.,
at the office of the company, 33 West Fourth
street, in St. Paul, Minn. W. G. Dominick,