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CITY iiLOlii i^ES.
The br:> ;: work on the high school building is
going along quite rapidly.
And the iron ore boom around the har
ester works is increasing.
To-morrow Yon Arnim will try conclusions at
Minneapolis with Monroe Chief.
Richard Brown was arrested yeterday and
locks up on a charged of adultery.
Thou Dngan, an ius-ane man who escaped
from St. Peter, was recaptured yesterday by^thi"
police and sent back.
A runaway horse attached to a milk wagon
made the milk, fly on Jackson street yesterday.
No great damage' was done.
The drummer boy of the Bappahmaack will
give an exhibition of his skill to-night at the
Grand Army hall on Jackson street.
The public schools of St. Paul will dose to
night for •' •• w. -'c to give everybody a chance to
go to the fair. The Jefferson school will open
The coroner's jury in the ruse of William
Kujjliin, who v;a.* killed at Post Siding, retained
a verdict of accidental death and exculpated the
railroad frt-in blame.
The beard of equalization held two sessions
yesterday and made progress on the personal
property list.-. It will be several days, how
ever, before efficient results will be reached to
warrant their publication.
The Oakland Cemetery association held a regu
lar monthly meeting yesterday morning, at
which it was decided to let the contract to Wil
kin Kou for finishing the mortuary chapel,
aliowirg ilieni tUljepnag to do th« work.
On Sunday night thieves visited the farm of
Andrew O. Laiale, twelvQ iiii;,-.- from Granite
Falls, and stole his team of horses and harness.
They proceeded to Granite Falls, and there stole a
boggy brfonging to a local preacher, and made
good their escape. No trace of the thieves has
Thi> membsrs of the fanners* board of trade
desin- to have the attention of the press in the
interior calif uto the proceedings of the board
yesterdaj-. vj be found in another column. They
are desiriDUS of übtaioicg the sissistance of the
press throughout the state in bohalf of cheap
tran.-^»>rtr.i-or.. and also in behalf of keeping the
Blicsiisoiiipi river open to navigation.
'"■' • v ■ s. Lltiloiisid, .formerly of Florida,
but now .. resident of New York, is enjoying a
pleasure trip is this vicinity.
> It. li. Kezaexsiiotif ''the drummer boy of th»
ljappaliantoek,*! is spending a fsw diiys in • this
Judge .Hubbard, a prominent citizen of Cen
tntliii, Hi., is ungia the fair and gammer re
}\- A - ■'. jnenret, of Henderson, auditor of
bibley c-(.;u::y, is in the city.
<';:)•:. L. M. Potter, of Filing ore county, was a
visitor ;:t thu Capitol yesterday.
,. J. ''• Lawrence, of Wabashaw, and 11. S.
Sjoberg. members of the board of equalization,
arrived yesterday. There is now but one ab
sentee, Sir. Ttnvser.
Gov. Ilubbard and several oilier of the state
officers went to Rochester yesterday to attend
the state ■■.'. -. They will return to-morrow.
Mr. O. K;di, -'' Granite Falls, was in the city
Elia* Friend, Milwaukee, •'. E. Tripp, New
York. ('. V,. Holconib; Washington} D. C, John
H. Brown, Wiilmtir, are at ti e Metropolitan.
A. C. Hickman, ; •••• tom a, is at the Metropol
E. M. Cooper and wife and W. 11. Mead, are
at the Metropolitan.
x T. D. IN-gcr.-, Liverpool, England, is at the
Engineer Tubesirg, of fire engine No. 1, has
gone on a three weeks' visit to his borne in Bed
. Dr. Murphy has gone to Fargo on a profes
sional call, iJttcfc to-night or tomorrow mom
1 M M i » I . SALES <> / • REAL ESTATE.
Block After ISlock and Block Alter Block
on Dayton's BlalTAddition Sold sit Auc
tion arid lhe Demand Still Unsatisfied.
Nothing has occurred this season that illus
trates better tl;e desire and ability of the people
to purchase homes for themselves than the ra
pidity with which they have taken the hundreds
of lots on Dayton's Bluff recently sold by 11. B.
Fairchild for Col. :• : .,,> M . of Chicago. ,
Yesterday the i ale of block hi) was attended as
the precedirg sales by great crowds of men a.nd
women, who eagerly bought all offered, and in
nearly every ca3o announced their intention to
pay ail .-.. instead of availing themselves of
the liber terms offered.
A: i!::- last wile Dr. Bryant and Qeo. S.
Heron went, in and took quite a number of lots
At the first sale P. IF. Kelly took a number,
and went to the two sales to buy, but' thought
the people ought to have a fair show to get
cheap horr.es and went away— a thoughtful and
kind act— though auction Bales are free to all.
Nexl Wednesday nil of block S)(j, adjoining
the new Catholic church, will Jk? sold. Bale at '2
p. m., h£d no by-bidding. Everything offered
bom in good faith and on easy terms, and we
cheerfully advise all wanting homes or to make
good investments to attend the series of great
Bales Mr. Fairchildis making.
For bargains a notions attend the sale at Mo.
101 East Third street at 10 o'clock.
Call to-night at No. 12 East Third street and
Itear the fairest, squarest watch and jewelry auc
tioneer in the United States, Col. A.T.Bruce.
Stop at Montgomery's Oyster Bay Restaurant.
opposite the Merchants Hotel, St. Paul, and get
your fresh oysters or anything else in the way of
good living. Meals at all hour.*, and a fine, dinner
from 12 to 3 o'clock for 35 cents. Ladies' din
ing room attached.
Seventh regular Fall Term of Prof. Leib's
classes in vcico culture and music reading, will
begin Friday evening Sept. Bth, for young men,
■nd at C Saturday, Sept. 9th for ladies and
misses. Call or send for circular giving par
ticulars. Rooms in Odd Fellows' Block, oppo
site PoMoffice. 'if
Lots in Billinga, M. T., for sale by Van
Cleve and Wadsworth, at room 2, Northern Pa
cific land office, or Billings, M. T.
At Lake Miniietbnka To-Nijrlit
There will be the most extensive display of fire
■works ever witnessed west of Chicago. "Fare for
the round trip via the Manitoba road 50 cents.
Leave St. Paul 7 p. m.. Minneapolis 7:;)o p. m.
Commissioner Marble believes the patent
office receipts this year will exceed the ex
penditures by $1,000,000
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"We take pleasure in calling the attention of
the public generally to the magnificent fall
stock of Dry Goods that is being opened by D.
W. Ingersoll£Co., Bridge Square, St. Paul.
The splendid quality and enormous Variety of
the goods they are placing before our citizens,
call for careful inspection by every person
searching the- markets for first-class materials at
prices that are astonislucgly low. Their adver
tisement on the fifth page of to-day's paper
gives a more thorough idea of the different
kind of goods they carry, and also the great
bargains offered in the various departments.
Give them a call.
STATE OF MINNESOTA? COUNTY OF RAMSEY,
— ss. In Probate Court, Special Term Sept. 2,
In the matter of the estate of Hoary L. Tilden, de
1 Oil reading and filing the petition of Helen Davis,
the daughter and only surviving heir of said de
ceased, praying; that a final decree may be entered
and perfected in the matter of said estate, dis
charging the earns from administration and dis
tributing said estate agreeable to law, and for such
further and other relief In the premises as to the
court shall seem proper.
It is ordered, that .-aid petition be heard before
the judge of this court on Monday, the second day
of October. A. D. 18*2, at 10 o'clock a. m. at the
probate office in said county.
It is further ordered, that notice thereof be given
to all persons interested by publishing a copy of
this order for three successive week, once in each
week. prior to said day of hearing in the Daily
Globe, .i newspaper printed and published at St.
Paul hi said county.
By the court, HENRY O'GORMAN.
l. p. I Judge of Probate.
Attest: Frank Robert, Jr., ClerK •• • :.•-■
O'Brien, FiTJ.KR S: O'Ueien, Attorneys for Peti
tioner, sept 7 thu-4w
And all house furnishing goods.
Wholesale and Retail.
& VAN SLYCK,
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105 EAST 'THIRD STRUT.
Largest M of Diamonds,
At Lowest Prices, at
113 East Third Street, St. Paul.
Stoves and House FiirnlsMiig &ooas ;
Bnilfler'sFme Hardwarea Specialty.
26 East Third Street,
ST. PAUL, MINN.
Brown's 1 Finest Jewelry
At Lowest Prices.
113 EasHMrfl Street, St. Fed, Minn,
of all kinds, Parlor and Bedroom Suits, kitchen
and ofiice outfits, Mirrors, Wool and
Hair Mattresses, Lounges,
Bedding, etc., go to
341 Jackson, near Fourth street, St. Paul, Minn.
■A^ASMCB BUHI Jf Jfc^ Jr a
33 E. Til Street,
That is the place to set a Stylish Suit
made for prices liiat dety compe
GIVE US A CALL.
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Tie lest Brilliant Display
Ever seen in the Mississippi Valley.
Leave St. Paul at 7 p. m.
Leave Minneapolis at .7:35 p. m!
Round trip 50c.
VIA MANITOBA LiE!
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In payments of $25 cash and $10 per month
will buy the celebrated.
Bier Burnt Piano.
Sams Action n lie SteiEway.
. Over EIGHTY instruments sold in the last
Sixty days. *
| DYER & HOWARD,
i ,;. , 148 and 150 East Third Street.
THE ST. PAUL DAILY GLOBE, THUKSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 7, 1882/
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The Big Clothier,
67 EAST THIRD STREET,
Has this week opened the Fall Season with the
finest line of
Men's, Ms 1 , Boys' anfl CMlflren's GMMi,
Fall Overcoats mi Gents' Fnrnlsiiiag 'Boris
St. Paul has ever seen. Not only is his stock a
mammoth one to select from, but every garment
it contains has been selected with the greatest
care, and warranted to be superior to most
Al ;t 67 East Third Street,
a, papl. - - ■ Mil.
THE MOST i F^SHLTO^ST^BLE
Neckwear, Gloves, Laces,
Hosiery, Underwear, Handkerchiefs,
Corsets, Infants' and Childrens' Clothing
and Gents' Furnishing Goods.
G. A. DIBBLE, - - - fEitttSlSt
Kid Gloves fitted to purchasers.
ST. CLAY WORKS
STILLMAN, PHILLEO & STILLMAN, Manufacturers of
ARCHITECTURAL & HORTICULTURAL TERRA GOTTA.
WINDOW AND DOOR CAPS, LAWN VASES,
CHIMNEY TOPS, PEDESTALS.
FLUE PIPE. STATUARY.
! 51 West Third Street, - - - St. Paul. Wnrm.
Mahler & Thomson,
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENT i
WAGONS. BUGGIES, HARNESS, PLOWS. SEWING MACHINES. &c.
Corner Fiftli aM Wacouta Streets, St. Paul. Minn,
RETAIL STORE, ------ - - NO. 26 WEST THIRD STREET.
GENERAL NORTHWESTERN AGENTS FOR
; Case Wagon Co Wonewoc, Wis. Eldredge Sewing Machine Co Chicago, 111.
i Olds Wagon Co Fort Wayne, Ind. Remington Sewing Machine Co Ilion. N. Y.
Cortland Wagon Co Cortland, N. Y. Williams "Singer" S. M. C 0 , . .. .Montreal, Can
Weir Plow Co Monmouth, 111. Ithaca Manufacturing Works Ithaca. is. Y.
I Chamberlain Plow Co Dubuque, lowa. '. Winahip Manufacturing Co., (Pumps) . ..Racine.
Hopkins Mower Co Chicago, 111. Northwestern Manf'g C. (Sleighs I Ft; Atkinson.
WILSON SEWING MACHINE CO. .Chicago,lU Chase, Taylor & Co ? s Spring Tooth Harrows.
Also dealers in a complete lino of all qualities of Carriages, Buggie?, Phaetons, Harass,
Sieiglis, }'</!) Sleighs, Cutters, Harrows, Churns, Feed Cutters, Scrapers, and Needles, Oils,
Attachments, Parts, A-c. for all Sewing Machines.
A. H. NICOLA Y, - - - .AUCTIONEER.
FIEE! FIEE! FIEE !
Diamonds, Gold and Silver, Elgin, Springfield WaZtham
and Fine Imported Swiss Watches, Bronze Clocfcs .
Fine Chains, Etc.
COIN. SILVER PLATED WARE,
From the leading manufacturers of the United States, and the latest styles and patterns of Roger
Bros* Knives, Forks and Spoons, made for Mr. Jones, with his name on them; fine imported
French and Domestic Clocks, goods of all kihda such as are only , found in a first-class jewelry
store. Particular attention is called to this sale, for it is without exception the best opportunity
that has ever been offered to our citizens and strangers in the city, to buy first-class goods at then
own prices. It is not an auction stock, by any means, having been personally selected by Mr.
Jones only a short time ago, expressly for our home and city irade.
G. Jones, Jeweler, 424 Jackson street,
Adjoining the corner of Seventh, under the Internritional Hotel, begs leave to state that owing to
the FIRE at his store on the evening of August 10th, some " portion of his valuable stock wag
slightly damaged by smoke and water, and has decided to close out his entire large and valuable
stock at v
Ho takes pleasure in informing his many friends and the public that he has secured the valuable
services of MR. A. H. NTCOLAY, the eminent, well known and popular Auctioneer, to conduct
the sales. The announcement of this gentleman's name is a sufficient guarantee that the goods
will all be as represented and warranted, or the money will be refunded. A cordial invitation is
extended to all, especially the ladies, to call and examine the goods before the sale.
THE OPENING SALS TO COMMENCE
Mi! Irak Si 1,
At 7:30 o'clock sharp, at 424 Jackson Street, cor of Seyentli Street, and coatiiin- ;
ing eVery evening until tie entire stock is soil.
H. jSTICOL^Y, Auctioneer,
No. 34 East Third Street.
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Merchants and all those desiring to purchase larger
■ l] quantities are respectfully requested to
apply at the office.
Owing to the prolonged illness of Mr. C. A. Estsrley, we have decided to discontinue our
business. Our store will be CLOSED from this day, or Thursday, Aug. 31st, to Monday, Sept.
4th, 9 a. m., preparatory to the Closing out of our entire stock of Dry Goods and Notions "at
wholesale and retail. O. A. ESTERLEY
St. Paul, Aug. 31, 1882. G. HEINEMANN,'
Firm ESTERLEY & HEINEMANN.
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Successors to POWERS BROTHERS,
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No. 131 East TMri |i|
HaYG Just ReceiveflTheirNew
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Consisting gof the Latest Novelties
Dress (Ms, Sis,
: Velvets, Laces,
Largest and Finest Line of Cloaks and
Dolmans in the city.
Best Goods for the least money.
Sole Agents for Butteriek's Celebra
H. F. PLATO & CO,
, 131 E. Tkirt St. St. Fan], Minn*
We are now ready for the Fall Trade
with the Largest Stock of
Ever Displayed in St. Paul.
Hals, Qstri mi Fancy Fete, Flowers, Velvets
PLUSHES. RIBBONS, PLAIN AND BEADED LACES,
And all NOVELTIES of the Season.
We call Special Attention to our
Which is the largest and finest in the city, with a stock for
Ladies', Misses' and Children's wear, in Cloths, Silk and Satin,
from $2.00 to $75.00. Don't buy a Cloak or Dolman until you
We have received a new line of CORSETS, and can sell you
the best Jean Corset for 50c, sold elsewhere for $1.00. We
make specialties of
Lacns, fes, HaflttaMs, Buttons ant Hair Goob.
Milliners and E-ealers will M it advantageous to trais wiii us.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS
201, 203 nil 205 East Ml street
ALL STREET CARS PASS OUR STORE.