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I>AilA r ttUl'HriK BULLETIN.
Office Chief Signal Officer, )
Washikotox, D. C, Sept. 26.-9:56 r. K. \
Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather.
Duluth 80.21 55 N Fair.
Moorhead 29.91) 60 BE Fair.
Bismarck 29.79 64 S Cloudy.
gt. Pa«l 80.16 55 SE Clear.
IHH.V LOCAL MEANS.
Bar. Ther. Bew Point. Wind. Weather,
3U.253 57.7 48.7 . SE. Fair.
Amount rainfall, .... Maximum thermometer,
67.0. Minimum thermometer, 53.0. Daily
range. 14.0. 5
Stage of river, observed -height 3 feet 3 inch.
Fall in 24 hours, 1 inch.
? P. F. Lyons, ;
Sergeant Signal Corps, U. S. A. ;
Washington, Sept. 27. 1 a. m.— lndications
for the upper Mississippi and lower Missouri
valleys : Fair weather, followed by local rains
in the latter districi. easterly winds in the for
mer and southeasterly winds in the latter dis
trict, lower barometer, stationary or higher tem
Hon. E. W. Durant of Stillwater. was in
the city yesterday. ...
Warden Reed, who keeps a sort of hotel
for uninvited guests at Stillwater, was in
the city yesterday.
Hon. Robert Miller, mayor of the live
and progressive city of Fergus Falls, is
paying St. Paul a visit.
Among the arrivals at the Metropolitan
are R. Graham Hill, of Scotland, and J. G.
Duncan and wife, of Lisbon.
W. C. Van Home, general manager of
the Canadian Pacific road, was among the
arrivals at the Merchants yesterday.
John A. McLean, of Bismarck, arrived
in the city yesterday, but could not stay
long enough to shake hands with one in
ten of his friends here. He is bound . for
Hon. lgnatus Donnelly . was in the city
yesterday on his way home from his farm
in Steams county. He was loaded down
with elevator checks for wheat, all labeled
No. 1 hard.
T. T. Thayer, of London. |Engl;md. with
six artists, are in St. Paul, on their way
to the National park, for tke purpose of
taking views. They go out in the inter
est of a New York art publishing house.
Hon. M. Dohahue. of Bird Island. Ren
ville county, is in the city, with headquar
ters at the Clarendon. Mr. Donahue will
remain in the city for a few days, and it is
needless to say thai his numerous friends
of "auld lang syne"' are glad to see him.
Hon. James B. Beck and wife, of Lex
ington, Ky., are enjoying the hospitalities
Of the Metropolitan hotel. Senator Beck
has been a visitor to St. Paul long enough
to learn that its most enjoyable season i?
during the months of September aud Oc
tober, just the time when regular tourist?
Dennis Hannaford. Esq.. of Bismarck,
passed through the city yesterday on his
way to attend the Democratic territorial
convention which meets at Mitchell, in
Dakota Territory, to-day, to nominate a
candidate for delegate in congress. Mr.
Hannaford is the embodiment of the Dem
ocracy of all northern Dakota, and will
represent it either in person or by proxy.
4 'lf any man kin he kin."
National Greenback Convention, fourth
A mahH convention of the National Greenback
Labor party, will be held at Workingmene" Hall.
Minneapolis, on Saturday, October 14, 1882, at
12 o'clock m., for the purpose of nominating a
candidate for Congress.
BBENEZER AYEKS, Washington.
JONAS H. HAW, Hennepin.
JAMES DILLON. Ramsey.
NATHANIEL SMALL, Anoka,
Lots in Billings, M. T., for sale by Van
Cleve and Wadsworth, at room 2, Northern Pa
cific land office, or Billings, M. T.
Air your cellars early and purify and renovate
the system with Allen's "Iron Tonic Bitters.'"
For Hide by J. P. Allen, druggist and manufac
turing pharmacist, St. Paul, Minn.
Kavanagh's great auction sale of $40,000 worth
of clothing begins about Oct. lbt. Wait and se
cure the great bargains.
Hat Them ami Cap Them.
The n*M)rtinent of hats and caps at the B. O.
P. C. 11., for little children or big children,
young men or old men, is not equaled in St.
Paul. Low prices, the watchword at the Boston
One-Price Clothing House, corner of Third and
Black and Colors.
B. F. ZAHai & CO.
Kavanagh's great auction Bale of $40,000 worth
of clothing begins about Oct. Ist. Wait and se
cure the great bargains.
QtTEBJLEY & HkINEMANX,
Corner 7th and Jackson streets.
Don't forget that next week Kavanagh will sell
$40,000 worth of clothing, at 145 East Third
Two cases drees flannels, in the prevailing
colors, 36 inches, 46c: 44 inches, 60c; regular
price 60c and 75c. They are very desirable and
■will sell fast. Buy them while you can, at
B. F. Zahm & Co.'s,
157 and 161 W. Seventh street, Seven Corners.
Are j'ou aware of the fact
that Friday and Saturday
of this week the sale of
remnants of all kinds takes
place at the store of Ester
ley & Heinemann, Jackson
and Seventh. •
Stolen, September 10, from W L. Nicholas
livery barn, a light bay horse, four white legs,
white face, and an end spring Piano box buggy.
The man that took him gave the name of Charles
Boss, about five feet eight inches* high, dressed
in grey clothes. Was slightly pock marked in
face, and claimed to be from Princeton, Minn.
New Scotch Clan Shawls,
New Beaver Shawls,
New Velvet Shawls,
New Paisley Shawls,
Few India Shawls. . B. F. Zakx & Co.
Read the announeennoit
on last page of this paper, 1 .:
. of E«terley & Heinemann.
I Don ! forget that next week Kavanagh will
sell $40,000 worth of clothing, at 145 East Third
Ladies' Merino and til wool Underwear.
Gents' '-*«>: *'-'.: : " '
Children's M " "
Full lines. Lowest prices.
B. F. Zahm & Co.
Lowest prices, at B. F. Zahm & Co ? s.
Great sale of clothing at auction will begin by
Kavanagh about Oct. Ist. Bare opportunity.
Attention, Knights St. Paml. ;':■ '
Special meeting Knights St. Paul, Wednesday
evening, Sept. 27,' at Armory hall, Seventh and
Jackson streets, at Bp. m. sharp. By order of
president, " . M. J. O'Brien, Recorder.
Two policemen have been detailed to
watch the Wabashaw street bridge, and to
see that too many men and teams do not
get together in one spot. ..„. .
A deed was recorded yesterday from Dr.
Hagan to James H. Davidson con
veying lot 4, block 5. Whitney & Smith's
addition, for $11,500. The deed was ac
knowledged at Honolulu.
The supreme court, all the judges in
attendance, met for the first time yester
day after a vacation of a month, to com
plete the business remaining over from
♦he last term of the court.
P. T. Kavanagh yesterday sold H. H.
Timme's place on Rice street, for $8,000,
to C. F. Clark, of the firm of Clark &
Frost, corner of Third and Robert streets.
The sale is regarded as a good one.
Last night about half-past 7 o'clock No.
2 received an alarm of fire, but no other
engine house in the city got it. The
steamer came out and drove up Third to
Wabashaw as fast as possible, only to find
that it was a false alarm.
Dr. Schiffman advertised a house for
rent on Dayton Bluff, in the Globe of yes
terday morning, and before noon he had
ove r forty applicants and still they were
coming. If you wish to say any
thing to the great public do so through
the columns of the Globe.
The committee on streets of the city
council and on ways and means held a
meeting last night and authorized the en
gineer to go ahead and put the Wabashaw
street bridge in good condition so that it
will be safe for travel. It is estimate that
the cost will be from $1,500 $2,000.
Frederick Krieger keeps a meat market
in West St. Paul, and it is said he occa
sionally comes across the bridge and ped
dles meat in violation of ordinance No.
30. Frederick denies the soft impeach
ment, and the meaty matter will be dis
posed of before his honor in the munici
pal court this morning.
Special policeman Gibbons, the watch
man in the Manitoba railroad yard, had a
little difficulty with two of the boys on
Sunday night, and on Monday morning
they were fined ten dollars each. The boys
retaliated by having Gibbons arrested, and
yesterday he paid ten dollars. Honors are
easy and the city is ahead.
He said his name was Ed. Berkle, and
that he was a cook at the St. James hotel.
He was raising a muss on Fifth street be
tween Jackson and Robert, about two
o'clock yesterday morning, when officer
dimming? swooped down upon him and
gave him a very taking invitation to in
spect the inside accommodations of the
city lock-up. Berkle accepted the invita
tion, and he paid Frank Fairchild $18 yes
terday morning for the kind attention
Maggie Artley has a husband and they
live on Bedford street. They are in the
habit of raising or in other words more
or less disturbance in the neighborhood.
They rather enjoy the fun, but their
neighbors do not look upon the matter in
the same light. Mrs. Artley was before
Judge Burr yesterday morning and the
case was continued until this morning, in
order that whom "God had joined together
no municipal court should pat assunder,"
or words to that effect.
This world is one of sorrow, and we all
have our trials. It was William Camp
bell's turn yesterday morning and Judge
Burr sat in judgment. William's offense
was for obstructing Sergeant Galvin in
the discharge of his duty. A row took
place in Woods' theater on Monday night
and Campbell, who is one of the ushers,
thought he knew more about it than Gal
vin. He many be mistaken. We are all
liable to mistakes. The facts will
be looked into tfiis morning.
Hon. F. S. Christensen, assistant secre
tary of state and commissioner of statis-
tics, wa? yesterday introducing Hon. Oscar
Malmros to the duties of the office, prepar
atory to turning the same over to him to
morrow, pursuant to his resignation made
several months since. Mr. Christensen has
been a pleasant and obliging gentleman
in his intercourse with the representatives
of the press, (as well as a most capable of
ficial ) and their best wishes follow him in
to his new business enterprise at Pine
A called meeting of the members of the
Society for the Improvement of the Poor .
was held at their present room, on Robert
steed, yesterday afternoon, with President
H. M. Rice iv the chair. The meeting was
called for consultation in regard to the
finances for the erection of their new build
ing, now in process of construction. No
formal action was taken, but it is under
stood that matters are progressing in a
very satisfactory manner, and they expect
to occupy their new building about the
lpt of November.
While a lady by the lame of Mrs. Anna
Skinner was in the act of putting a letter
in the box on the corner of Seventh and
Jackson streets yesterday forenoon, a fel
low by the name of John Ryan grabbed
her pocketbook which she held in her
hand, and which contained §45, and started
off on a run. A number of passers-by
started in pursuit, and succeeded in over
hauling the thief and handing him over to
the police. The lady recovered her money
and Ryan will answer to the grand jury
which will be in session to-day.
It is a fact well known that our old
and respected citizen. Mr. John Kerwin.
is one of the best shots in the state, and
it will not surprise those who know him
well to learn that he lately astonished
the people of Stevens county by an ex
traordinary specimen .of his skill as a
marksman. He returned home yesterday
with any amount of ducks, but it re
quired a special car to bring in the
other game which he bagged. He is very
modest about the matter, but just ask
Jerry McCarty. and he will tell ycu all
Articles of incorporation of the Trans
continental Commercial company were
filed with the secretary of state yesterday.
The headquarters or the company is to be
at St. Paul, and the general routine of its
business shall be the storage, buying and
selling of general merchandise, and the
chartering and freighting ooff f vessels for
transportation purposes. The amount of
capital stock is to be 100,000. The in
corporator? are Herman Haupt, St. Paul;
Thomas Richardson. • St. Paul; C. Edgar
Haupt. Mandan, D. T.: E. T. Williams, St.
Paul, and. J. H. Heh'sei. St.' Paul, who con
stitute the first. board. of managing direct
ors. ' -I ■ ■
Yld. J. C. McCarthy arrived home yea
terday morning from his farm near Mor
ris, in Stevens county. Jerry has just fin
ished up his farming operations for the
year, and from a remark he made, the
Globe is inclined to the opinion that he
has been reading up in Bible literature, for
he said, "the harvest is over, the summer is
ended, and my wheat is all safe in the ele
vator, and if you don't believe it. here are
the checks." p.nd he produced the docu
ments calling for 0.812 bushels of No. 1
hard. He said further that he would com
plete his contract for grading on the Little
Falls & Dakota road on Saturday night.
Jerry is happy, and he don't care who
John Hine* made a little mistake last
night. He had an idea that it was the
Fourth of Jult : and he was celebrating in
THE ST. PAUL DAILY GLOBE, WEDNESDAY MOKNING, SEPTEMBER 27, 1882.
the old fashioned style by burning powder
from his revolver in an innocent way. His
hilarity was somewhat disturbed by officer
O'Gorman, who invited him to visit the
city hall. He accepted the invitation and
so well was he pleased with the attention
shown him that he left fifteen dollars, in
coin of the realm, as a guarantee that he
would call and see how business was car
ried on in the municipal- court this morm
~ : ~ 'DIED. v
ADAMS— On Monday night, at the residence of
his daughter, Mrs. P. R. L. Hardenbergh,
.William King Adams, aged 70 years. :.: : O, :
Funeral Wednesday, 27th, at 8 p. m., at St."
Mary's church. The remains will be interred in
Cleveland. ; -'i:i....
KITTSON— Sept. 25, 1882, at No. 254 Jackson
street, this city, Robert, son of N. W. Kittson.
Notice of funeral hereafter. ■
'"■■ f \(i INBTBDMKNTB* ~~~*
rk A SECOND HAND
Ranging in price from
$25.00 to $75.00.
MUST BE SOLD
■ ;"' ... .
Send for descriptive circular.
148 and 150 East Third Street.
INCORPORATED 1881. .
Model Factory, Eagle street and Seven Corners
Office, Eighth and Jackson streets.
I 1! |o| |z| |iikp
E. ALBRECHT & BED.,
46 East Third Street, - - St. Paul.
And Fur Lined Garments a Specialty
146 EAST THIRD STREET.
AND TINWARE. "
309 Fort St., Cor, Ramsey, St. Paul.
St. L. & St. P. Packet Coiapany.
ELECTRIC LIGHT LINE"
The New and Elegant Steamer,
■y, '.-- -.■ •'•-.• .\-. ■■ - ■
D. R. ASBURY, Master. A. HAVLIN, Clerk.
Will leave for St. Louis and way landings,
Ttinrsuay. September 28, at 10 a. c
For through tickets" to Memphis, Vickeburg,
New Orleans, Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland,
and all principal cities East or Bouth, apply to
L. N. SCOTT,
W. F. DAVIDSON. Prest. Agent, Levee.
DIAMOND JO LINE OF STEaMEES
Line of Steamers Leaving St. Paul for
St. Louis Without Change.
The Popular Passenger Packet,
B. A. CONGER Master.
Departs for St . Louis and way landings
Wednesday, Sept. 27, at 10 a. m.
HO! FOR IST. LOUIS!
Diamond Jo Line Steamers,
For Passage apply to I. D. BUSCH, Agent. ■
Joseph Reynolds. Geu'l Manager. - - 269-70
y^TATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF RAMSEY
O — es- '■ In Probate Court, special term, Septem
ber 26, 1882.
In the matter of the estate of George H. Norton,
deceased. ■ . ....'' , . ■-->••>
On reading and filing the petition of Edward S.
Norton, executor of the estate of George H. Nor
ton, deceased, representing among other things
that he has fully administered said estate,- and
praying that a time and place be fixed for examin
ing and allowing his account of his administration,
and for the assignment of the residue of said estate
. It is ordered, that Paid account be examined and
petition heard by the Judge of this Court, on Mon
day, the 23d day of October, A. D. 1882, at 10 o'clock
a. m., at the Probate office in said county. / • -.
And it is 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 Saint Paul, ■in said
county. By the Court,
[L.P.] HENRY O -GORMAN. Judge of Probate.
Attest: Frank Robert, Jr.. Clerk.
McGrorty & Hall, Attorneys for Executor.
REMN^JNT SALE !
Friday & Saturday of this Week.
Remnants of Dress Goods of all kinds.
Remnants of Cashmeres, Black and Colored.
Remnants of Black and Colored Silks. ''*'
Remnants of Flannels. —
Remnants of Canton Flannels. ... . . : .,
Remnants of Cassimeres. ;
Remnants of Muslins.
Remnants of Calicoes. • . ■
Remnants of Cloakings. Remnants of Ladies' Cloth.
Remnants of Table Linens,- Crashes, etc., etc.
FRIDAY— -Hours of sale from 8 a. m. to 6 p. m.
- SATURDAY— Hours of sale from 8 a. m. to 9 p. m. '.':'.'.'
ESTERLEY & EEEIM :
Corner Seventh and J~ac7cson Streets, St. Paul, Minn.
FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING.
THERE NEVER WAS A TIME WHEN IT WAS MORE TO
YOUR INTEREST TO BUY
rNT ATnTTTTVT/^l ■>•
Hats; Caps and Furnishing Goods,
At our store than now. We have an Immense Stock of
Elegant and Serviceable Fall and Winter Goods for
MEN'S, YOUTHS', BOYS' ,A 1 CHILDREN'S WEAR,
Which we offer at prices which are simply
Don't Take Our Word for it. Come and See.
ST. PAUL 01-PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE,
91 East Third Street, St. Paul, Minn.
SATTLER BROS. .
AND TELEGRAPHIC INSTITUTE,-
Has long s-ince established its claims to public favor and has now entered upon its 18th year under
the most favorable auspices. Send for catalogue giving full particulars. Cor. 3d and Jackson.
W. A. FADDIS. I'riiicipal.
Does Your Cora Pain Yon ?
Twenty-five cents invested in Thwing's Corn,
Wart and Bunion Cure is guaranteed to cure
you. No pain or inconvenience caused. Try a
bottle. For sale by Druggists.
Wholesale Druggistf, General Wholesale Agente,
The sale of 300 Lots in Regents'
Addition to Minneapolis, adver
tised for the 21st inst., has been
postponed until October 10th, at
2 o'clock p. m., at the Nicollet
This sale offers extraordinary
inducements to all who desire to
secure fine residence lots in one
of the best portions of the city,
near the University, and easy of
access by street ears.
Plats can be seen £fct the office
of McMillan & Hastings, Chute's
building, Central avenue; at
Prof. Pike's No. 329 Hennepin
avenue, and at the University.
TERMS— One-third cash, bal
ance in one and two years at 7
per cent, interest.
Per order of the Board of Re
gents, H. H. SIBLEY, Pres.
Minneapolis, Sept. 25, 1882.
it G'J AND bhOJt
LEAST 3? ST.
Shoe takee the cake
and walks away
from anything in the
IF YOU WANT A SUIT MADE
Of the . finest imported ' goods,
at from $5 to $10 cheaper than any
where else, call on C. F. Schweigel, Merchant
Tailor, in Fitzers block, We*t.St. Paul.' Satis- i
faction guaranteed. • . 270-275
SPIRIT DEPOT— This' is to inform the pub-
O lie that there is a spirit depot open at 198
West Third street, St. PauL Cars run straight
through to health. We take all manner of dis
eases that can't be moved with the train of sci
ence. The ticket agent will be James " Henery,
who has been traveling on this train for some
time for blindness, and he is getting So he can
see enough to attend to this branch of the busi ;
ness. When you come to the j depot \ just in
quire of him aboxit this road, arid lie can give all
necessary information. . Everything ; will be in
readiness St pt. 27." We will givu a free excur
sion to gents from 9 toll ladies from 2 to 4.50 that
yon can afie what you .think of jour plan of treat
ing the tick. Dr. Downing, /engineer; Spirit
Doctrese, superintendent. All are cordially in
vited. .:-■■:;■-- ■v ' :-. ;..-. ':- i?£ZZ'Zj£rll;. 27o ,
FOR SALE — driving . mare, five years
old; also harness and buggy; at Hope's
livery stable, Fifth etreet. near Robert. „ 269-271
WANTED — respectable and steady young
man desires to sleep in a bank office or
store. "Would prefer to act as janitor; will fur
nish both references' and bonds if desired. Ad
dress M 42, Globe office. 263e0d272
FOR SALE— Saloon and pool table. OwnJe
starts for the old country after selling, on
account of ill health. . . Address B, this office.
OFFICE RAILING— Second-hand, 60 feet,
wanted at Hotel Reporter office. 259*
BANKRUPT STOCK o any. class of goods
wanted. Address ck box 1862, . Fargo
D. N 19*
FIVE CENTS A LLM
j SITUATIONS OFFERED.
WANTED— Help at Minnesota Transfer
Elevator, half way between St. Paul and
Minneapolis, twenty-five carpenters, ten laborers-,
ten stone masons, ten bricklayers.
266-71 D. M. Robbins.
WANTED— 100 men for Red Wing. Shell
Lake, St, Cloud and city. Work all
winter. Free fare. Call 358 Jackson etreet, or
comer Rosabel and Third street. 270
WANTED— Two good line men for electric
light work. Apply to St. Paul Gas Light
company, 160 Third street. 270
WANTED— A teamster to haul wood and
lumber. Call at 12 m. or in the evening
at 182 East Fourteenth street . 270-271
WANTED— A farm hand. W. M. Stees, cor
ner Third and Minnesota etreet. 253*
"VXT" ANTED — Fifty men on sewer work, cor
▼ V ncr of Rice and Rondo, at $1.75 per
day. Jas. Waters, Contractor. 246*
WANTED— 500 railroad laborers to-day.
Free fare. Work all &eason. Moore, 137
East Third street. 106*
WANTED — Light work by a young man
who has a horse and buggy. Address G.
R., Globe Office. " 265-277
TT7 ANTED— A nrj-t-cincs Plumber. None
Vt other need apply. John H. Shea, torner
Sixth aad Jackson. 270-270
WANTED— Carpenters, by A. Gotzinn, cor
ncr Seventh and Locult street*. 269-271
VT7 ANTED— Carpenters. Corner of Macku-
V? bin and Ashland aye. H. Stillwell.
WANTED— Job printer. At Vanderhoof &
Co.'s, 190 East Fifth street. 269-275
WANTED— Carpenters, corner of Summit
and Selby avenues. W. Thomas, Jr.
BOOK PRINTERS WANTED— 36c per 1.000
ems — Ten or twelve competent book print-
era can find permanent employment at West
Publishing Co., St. Paul. 248*
WIDE-AWAKE boys wanted at once. Bos
ton One-Price, corner Third and Robert,
Hi. Paul. "' V-v; 1 : 270-271
WANTED— boy from fifteen to eighteen
years of age, that speaks German, at D.
W. Ingersoll & Co.'s , 269-271
WANTED — boy who speaks German, to
drive delivery wagon an.! take care of
horse. Apply to John C. McCarthy, Sixth ward.
WANTED— A boy 16 or 17 years old to learn
the upholstering trade. Stees Bros. 193*
WANTED— A good second girl at No. 11
East Seventh, up stairs. 270-272
WANTED— first rate girl, at 29 West
Fifth street. 270
WANTED — A girl for general housework, at
132 Nina avenue. References required.
WANTED — A cook: also a good washer and
ironer; good wages. Valley house, 228
West Third st. 269-275
W" — Twenty-five experienced girls for
• » dress and cloak making. Inquire at Na
than Lyons & Co.'s, No. 11 East Third street.
* 269-275 .
WANTED — for general housework, at
392 East Ninth et. 269-275
WANTED— -Girl for general hourework. Ap
ply at 481 East Fifth street. 269-275
TXT ANTED— One dining . room girl and one
.'• VV; dish washer. 'Dowe's Bellevue, 1 and " 3,
Bridge Square. -; : :*-: 266-72
\X7 ANTED — A girl for general housework, in
fY a small family, at 13U Iglehart street.
v r - r . v : . -;; 265-271. ■;•_.: v.. ■ '..■.■
KJLT ANTED — A girl for general housework, at
V ¥r. 458 Maria avenue, Dayton's bluff. | 264*
. .-s|> : ; -SITUATIONS WANTED.
WANTED — A situation in a drug store, by a
jT V young man who has had eighteen months'
experience. Speaks both English and Scandina
vian. Address Druggist. Globe office. Minne
apolis. « ' 269-274
7" ANTED—^ good, reliable woman desires
T V fttuation" as Janitor. German Intelli
gence offise,l6 St. Peter street. " 264-270
W~ ANTED— Situation as coachman, by a
good, competent man. Wm. Graham,
Onion Hotel, corner 4th and Rosabel streets.
SITUATION WANTED —By a young
lady as cashier or clerk in a store or
office. Can give beet of references, as to re
respectability and ability. Address J. X.. Globe
office. .--;.;.-: 267
E S. Fairchi
iteal Estate Agent and Auctioneer, corner of
Fourth and Jackson Streets, will Sell at
Anction, on the ground,
AT 2 p. m. 5 TO-DAY,
Wfitaftai. SBBtter 271,
ALL THE LOTS \l BLOCK 10:).
OF LYW MYHMPS AIID!TIO.\.
No more attractive sale of lots has been made or will be made this
season. It lies well, is near Seventh street, is surrounded on all
sides by scores of new buildings just erected and scores of others
just going up, it is near to the business part of the city, is only four
blocks from the Van Buren School. There are long lines of facto
ries within a short walk of it. Next year it will be accessible by
street railroad. A wonderful improvement is going on in this part
of the city. The filling of Seventh street in place or the bridge, and
the street cars, will greatly stimulate this already rapid growth,
and prices will double in twelve months. If you fail to improve
these opportunities to buy at an absolutely free, fair sale, and on
easy terms, don't complain if next year you have to pay twice as
much. Free 'bus from my office at 1:30 p. m.
H. S. FAIBCED, Auctioneer.
COL. JAS. STINSON, Proprietor.
SAMUEL SLOAN, Agent.
FIVE CENTS A LINE.
KA VAN A GH'S A VCTIONS.
WAIT FOR OCT. Ist.— s4o,oßo worth of
Mens' and Boys' Clothing at greatly re
duced prices — I have just received notice of a
consignment of men and boy's clothing, amount
ing to upwards of $40,000, orders to Bell the
same at and below manufacturers' net cost, for
the next 60 days, in order to close a partnership
account of one of the largest clothing houses in
the east. Owing to the large stock of goods in
my own store, No. 49 East Third street, I have
been compelled to engage the entire building,
No. 145 East Tliird street, for tliis immense
6tock, which is by for the largest stock of cloth
ing ever received in one season at St. Paul. The
stock will be offered at private sale at prices far
below what other dealers have to pay for the
same goods, and a saving of from 30 to 50
per cent, ramie, ;is both wholesalers and retailers'
profits can be obviated.
P. T. KAVANAGH,
NICOL~AY 7 8~ AUCTIONS.
NEW AND COSTLY HOUSE-FURNISHING
Goods at auction. This sale was com
menced on Tuesday, September 19, sales having
been hold since that time, and will be continue I
from day to <k\y, until all the goods are sold,
commencing at 10 o'clock a. m., at the new
6tore, No. 108 East Third street, between Robert
and Minnesota streets, the contents of the entire
four-story building, being the extensive stock of
about $10,000 of Mr. E. F. Hamilton, retiring
from business, Qembracing a large lire
of all kinds of first-class house
furnishing goods of the very best descrip
tion, and endless variety manufactured by the
most celebrated firms in Europe and America.
Catalogues can }ye had at the place of sale.
Housekeepers, hotel proprietors, and dealers in
the different lines of goods are invited to attend
and supply themselves Owing to Mr. Hamilton
retiring from business I have been instructed to
continue these sales from day to day until the
entire 6tock is closed out at anction withont re
serve, at his store, No. 108 East Third street.
Terms cash. A. H. NICOLAY,
270* No. 84 East Third street.
AH. NICOLAY— ReaI Estate Auctioneer
• — Over 30 years' experience, and known
to possess greater ability and knowledge of the
Real Estate Auction bnsiness than any other auc
tioneer in the city, having been honored with
(and made) the most important and successful
real estate auction sales in many of the principal
cities of the United States. 264-270
EDAR STREET HOUSE AND LOT AT
AUCTION — The cozy one story frame cot
tage and lot, No. 572 Cedar street, between
Eleventh and Twelfth streets; lot 87 1-2 feet
front. House is very convenient, in a central
location, being only two blocks of the capitol
and a few minutes' walk of the business part of
the city. A comfortable and desirable home for
a man of moderate means, or suitable for profi
table investment, in this rapidly growing neigh
borhood. To be 6old at auction Thursday, Octo
ber 5, 1882, at 3 o'clock, on the premises. Terms
made known on day of sale. Sale positive. A.
K. Barnum, agent. A. H. Nicolay, auctioneer.
I~| LOTS in block 44 of Arlington Hill*. i*xt
%-*- Wednesdjiy. at 2p. m. Thirty beautiful
lots in block 103 of Lyman Dayton r H addition
near Seventh street, at 2 p. m., Wedn»?-Jay,
Sept. 27th. on easy terms. Here is anotli.-r rare
chance for a cheap home or good invev.im-.it.
Free 'bus from office at 1:30.
H. 8. FAIRCHILD,
Real Estate Agent and Auctioneer.
Col. James Stinson, proprietor. 8. G. Sloan,
FOR BALE— New Household furniture ;ind
lease. Apply at No. 11 East Seventh street.
"VTEWSPAPER FOR SALE— Now doing a
ll flourishing and profitable business. A first
clsss investment for a printer or newspaper man
with a small capital. Address "Newspaper,"
Globe office. 268*
FOB SALE — A good horse, harness and top
buggy, suitable for family use. Inquire
of Eagan, the clothier, 67 East Third street. 264*
FOR SALE.— An Austin C. Chase Piano Case
Melodeon, in good order, for sale cheap.
Inquire at 825 Wabashaw etreet. 190*
FIVE CENTS A LINE
RE AL ESTATE.
FOR HALE— CoaI, wood and raJ estate. S.
Let Davis, 360 Jackson street. 27 0*
FOR SALE— Several lots near Ohio street
(Sixth ward), on the bluff. Inquire of J
A. McConkey, at Globe Office, or at residence.
HOUSES and lots in various parts of the city
sold on monthly payments by C. M. Ditt
mann, Gilfillan block. 225-317
RARE BARGAIUS— Nine acres (also lot 12 ,
block 7, Summit park addition) on Sum
mit avenue, and lots in Como Park village.
James H. Davidson, Davidson block. 185*
FOR SALE— lots in Arlington Hills ad
dition. Terras liberal. B. F. Schur
meler, 171 East Fifth street, between Jackson
and Sibley. GO*
IF yon wish to bay property on St. Anthony
Hill cell and we us. We can Kuityou.
Lynch & Hendricks, 104 East Third nt., Presley
Block . 265-273
dill Cif\r\ T0 LOAN. Hiler B. Horton,
ypJL ,VJ Vj VJ 30 E. Third street. 255*
CJ< If\ f\ f\ f\ f\ — Hare yon large or~
►PlUVjUvy small turns to invest
or loan, long or short time, on gilt edge securi
ties. Write or call on us.
TEEPLE & HOSKEN, .
63 East Thirdstreet, St. Paul, Minn.
250 wed sat-4w
WILL loan upon or buy Life Inn. Policies
L. P. Van Norman. 360 Jackson. 189
LOST Saturday, on Dayton'n bluff. a red
cow with white spots; six yearn o Id; hail
worn off at butt of horns. A reward of $10 will
be paid on her return to Martin Dorech, cor
ner Kittson and Sixth sts. 270-273-
LOST — On Wednesday evening, a plush purse
containing a small sum of money and a
chatelaine watch. The finder will be rewarded
by leaving same at the St. Paul Book & Station
ery Co. ' * / ,
FOR RENT— New house; modem improve
ments. Inquire at 296 Pleasant avenue.
FOR RENT — New house; modem improve
ments; centrally located. David Sanford.
. " 269*
FOR RENT-Furnished rooms mutable tot two
gentlemen. Apply, 584 Stillwater street.
TO RENT— A two-story frame hanm of six
rooms, with cellar and well, at 680 Seventh
street, opposite the planing nulls nnsr Plow
works. Inquire at 64 Etna street, Dayton*
Bluff. Reference required. 267-270
FOR RENT— New store and cellar, No. 305
Fort street. • 31. D. Clark. . : " * 258**
■ ■ ■ ."
FOII KENT — Suite M .nicely. fc.ru »hti»j«J room*
417 Robert street.. . . 270"* '
FOR Eight-room boose, Oct. 1; $30
--887 East Eighth st. ;.B..Beigmaft, 869 Jack- ;
son street. " 269-271
1 HOICK OFFICES for rent, up-«taijr», corner
/ Third and Robert sts., over Boston One-
Price Clothing Store. Inquire of Secretary
Chamber of Commerce. 265*
FOR RENT — Furnished or unrurnit4ied room
suitable for light housekeeping. Apply 108;
East Twelfth street. 267
"IX7 ANTED— Two or three unfurnished room*
T f or would pay reasonable rent for .room*
furnished for light housekeeping. Address H,
Globe office. • 27C-271
TTT ANTED— Good suite of room», by two
»T gentlemen, within - six blocks of Glob*
office. Address M. C, Globe. 270