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Htso Special Telegrams November 18, to the St
i ' ThnuliMf/irinff. ,
Executive Office. )
BisxAiirK, Dakota, Nov. 8. 1881. )
In accordance v. ith 'he proclamation of the pres
ident, Ido hereby iiei«ignaie. Thursday, the 27th
day of November a- a -p -cial day of Tbanlcsgir
intriii.' fJod fir ib<; blessing* and mercies of the
pa#t year, uud do recommend that the people of
Dakota observe that day. For health, at)un<li.n:
crops, tbo pteserretloa of life, freedom from
prcat ca:auiiti«e; for progress in material tbinirs,
tor Intellectual advancements, for a peaceful
land ami >\ prosperous nation, let the people meet
at tic niter and fireside and revcr^utiy give
thanks onto in- power that has blessed and pr<;
And let us pray that war ana pestilence, fam
ine end Hood may still pass this people by;
tbat righteous )lll|jnaif| and prudent counsels
may prevail in ail oar border*, to the end that
law and order may reign, and public' tranqnility
throughout the iaad. Gilbert A. Pif.hce,
The Devils Lake Democrat is expected to
appear about Dec. 1.
Hon. John Sobieski, a noted temperance
lecturer, is making a tour through southern
Brooking* lias a roller mill, and is erecting
a tow mill and wants a creamery. It is an
Col. Parker is trying to secure a telephone
from Devils Lake to Condo In Towner, in ad
vance of a railroad.
The Montana papers make the council
Democratic and house Republican, with a
majority for the latter on joint ballot.
The following will show the vote of some
the principal towns in south Dakota: Yank
ton 819, Aberdeen 506, Huron Cs6, Redlielu
(88, Brookings 200, Mitchell 003, Watertown
383, Sioux Falls 1,113.
The friends of Mr. Twomey, the sole rep
resentative of Case county, are suggesting
his name for president of tbe council. He
lias had experience to tit him for the position,
having been superintendent of a Sunday
Since the result of the election there are a
great number of men in Dakota who are
pleased at being termed Democratic war
horses. If President Cleveland has Bead of
their services, then: will be no neigh(iug)
Wherever the feed is good.
The jubilee meeting of the Democrats at
Huron was greatly annoyed by the bad man
ners of a Jot of Republicans in yelling for
the late candidates, and kept it up until
Koine, of the more sensible ones interfered
and persuaded them to allow the meeting to
The town fclte company baa offered a prize
of a town lot and $300 in cash for the first
boy baby born in Dunseith. Two .or three
families there will compete for tbe prize.
This is not limited to present residents and
should cause quite a little rush to tbe Turtle
A party of eight recently left La Moure to
return to England, homesick, especially two
young women who have spent two seasons
In that county and allowed to remain single.
The fiict is not creditable to the young men
of La Moore unless the maidens were espe
It is assumed that President Cleveland will
feel bound by the platform and select Da
kota officers from the territory. Among the
most prominent names suggested for gov
ernor is J. R. Wilson, the candidate for con
gress. He would give great satisfaction if
he should be the choice.
Among the dispatches scut after the elec
tion was tliis to Sanborn by a prominent cit
izen of Cooperstown : "Little Miss Plck»tt
sends greeting to her Sauborn friends.
Mother «nd daughter doing well, and 1 think
1 will pull through all right."
11. G. PICKETT.
In his notice to the governor, Hon. Alex.
Hughes says that the building contemplated
in the legislative act has been erected and
completed. It has been supposed that the
present edifice was only a wing or part of tin
btructurc. If the contract with the territory
is complete some will inquire what is to be
done with. the residue of the land donated.
Milnor, in Sargent county, is the cham
pion on voting, casting nearly as many bal
lots as it has population, and now comes to
the front with a skating riuk, 40x100 feet,
which is handsomely equipped, and the lo
cal paper says at the dedication the young
ladies all wore gold bands and little bells on
the ankles. The young fellows were all
Iv Walwortb county Bangor secured the
county s^at by 232 votes to 88 for Scran ton
and 101 for Le Beau, and yet three weeks
before the election it was unbroken prairie,
not even a shack on it. Even the newspa
per was printed in a tent, but the townsitc
owners are happy. They have a way of se
curing votes that would be invaluable to a
Tbe La Moure Chronicle finds comfort in
this fact, which is certainly a credit to the
counly: "While LaMoure county cannot
feel satisfied with the price of wheat she has
a good reason for being proud of the record
made by the train raised on her soil. This
county leads the, world, as regards tbe qual
ity of her wheat, according to the report of
the bureau of chemistry of the department
Although the Continental was the best
hotel in Fargo, and admirably kept, it was
inferior to either of the first-class hotels at
Moorhead, and not up to the demands of so
enterprising a city as Fargo. Now that it is
gone, there Is no doubt that a new structure
will soon be put up tbat will meet tbe re
quirements. Big fires are often blessings in
disguise to a town. In this case the disguise
seem s perfect to those who lost all their
clothing and valuables In the fire Monday.
Aft or a til< bf i'orrrgpondent.
To the Editor of the Globe:
Bismarck, Dak., Nov. 16, 1884. — A few
days ngo an article appeared in the Sunday
columns of the Bismarck, Journal entitled
"Psychical Research." It was from the pen
of a well known Episcopal clergyman whose
name was appended to the article. Toe sub
ject was discussed from a Christian stand
point. I notice your Fargo department of
November 15 alludes to the article as fol
lows : "r-;-
Since the results of the election* have dimin
ished bis Interest la polit e.i. mutters Col. Locus
berry, of the BieaMKk Joainil, nn 1 postmaster,
is di voting his time largely to M.i.-ituuliMit. or
psychical research, us be terms it. It is claimed
that be is developing into a firxt-cluss medium.
and will give t>ean<es daring the session of the
legislature, lie says that hi'herio thi.-* move
meat bus been associated in the public mind
with the army of cranks and frauds claiming to
be Its exponents, and has consequently met with
disfavor. He expected to give it character a. id
dignity, and demonstrate tbat the phenomena
are really the work of those who have left their
earthly' tenements. Surprising results may be
lam too old a Journalist to chafe under
misrepresentation done maliciously or in
sport, but would thank you to give the above
explanation in connection with his original
parapraph. -; '
. Ido not pretend to judge as to the motive
of your Fargo man. He certain It does some
bright arid interesting work in his Dakota
and. Montana, columns, but it would be
equally honorable in him to comment in the
same vein upon duly credited "plate" or
"patent Inside" matter. , Honor is as cred
itable among journalists as it is among men
of another class. - Respectfully,
C. A v LouxsßEitßT.
y Incidents of thr Continental Fire.
Among the personal losses at the burning
of the Continental hotel at Fargo Monday,
Col. Donan bad burned the files of his old
Caucasian newspaper, for which he would
not have taken $100 a copy: He . needed
them to prove to the next administration
tbat bis record was not with the Republican
party, and that his early impressions could
be easily revived. His little pleasure Joint
with Logran was a freak not designed to
count unless Logan got there. Gen. Clark
, lost all but the scanty cloth'ng be bad on,
but specially regretted the loss of tbe medals
of honor be hail received for meritorious
service in the army. He rould easily have
I saved all bis own effects but be denoted all
. bis eflfurtß to arousing and taking out the
j ladles, including a number of the employes
of tbehousp, eorue of whom were s<> bewil
dered 'that they had to be carried out. CoL
i Don an arrived from the east as the fire was
burning, but just too late to save anything.
The Wocnsocket Nan shows in this bow
one man saved money by shipping his own
wrbent: Some weeks ago Mr. Gcorze Law
rencu shipped a car of wheat to Minneapolis
I and we have beeu unable until no* to Cat s.t
: the exact facts in regard to it. Mr. Law
' mm was offered here 47 ceuts for biswLeat
1 and i dockage of three lbs. per bushel for
dirt. Tiie amount shipped, 415 bushels,
would thus have been >(;!:••<! over 1,900 lbs.
He cleaned th«. wheat and it only shrunk one
pound to the bushel, wh:-h was mostly in
Mirunken wheat that w:is good for bosr feed.
His lr<-tL r .it was 47 cents via Minneapolis to
Chicago with 153^ cento rebate. He sold his
wheat a i . . i ti- net receipts was 53 cts. per
but.net, making gain of $'24.50 *on tbe car
load, besides saving 900 pounds dockage
which would amount to 17.95. bo thai his
total gala w;i- $32.85 on tbe car, übich he
saved by snipping the grain himself instead
of selling here.
L*mm Win at 4cr-a<i*.
The Fall River Journal, in the extreme
north, nays: There t will not be nenrh the
acreage sown to wheat in this vicinity next
6pring M th^ris was last M-ason. Tiie ex
tremely low price of wb*rat Bat caused a
"don't-care-a-suap'" feeling to si-ttle down
in the breasts of a good naaaial our farmer*,
and though undoubtedly the eariy fn-eze-up
was the chiff cause, they don't seem to Lake
it sadly at heart that • large tmnunt of stub
ble is not goiug to hi: turned over and in
readiness for the '"• next spring. There
is hardly a farmer but that is convinced that
the time is here when he must make a stren
uous effort to diversify lii;. fanning and
next year will see far more attention iid to
the raising of *tuck tuun ever bcj'circiu tin
valley. The mill, ring hasn't trot a corner
on bogs. The Journal <-.... can be
profitably raised in Walsh county.
PtatrinQ in Xarc.tnlu-r.
Tills statement by the La MeajM yv.-j/rvw
in regard to plowing was tnu up to Novem
tier 17. and may be still longer a% there is
but little frost in thi ground and the weather
in still very pleasant: Plowing is still ix-ing
carried on in the faatel valley, The only
draw-back is the exceeding dryness of th«
soil, no other inconvenience being experi
enced. This will be bard to understand by
eastern people, who regard this country us
BOW in the chill embrace of an Arctic win
ter. The 6un is shining as bright tad warm
thin Thursday morning as on a June day.
Not a particle of snow has yet whllenueii ti.e
landscape, ami to those not familiar with
Dakota seasons the beautiful fall weather is a
In discussing the question of some substi
tutes for wheat in central Dakota the Ilunntte
(•ays: Of course there is stock nsjai - but
this requires both time and capital. Tbe
production of pork is more rapid, end it is
possible that two profits instead of one can be
made by raising corn and feeding to bugs.
Flax, Ik ini> and even tobacco culture furnish
in his for investigation; and mi gar frt.rn am
ber cane or beets may be easily within our
reach. Agitation and discussion wil bring
out the merits of each, and it si:lli( ient inter
est is taken our farmers will la the spring be
able t<> act int< llil'< tit ; y. and tb) whole coun
try as well as themselves will be able to profit
Alexandria is a thrifty town in Hanson
county, and the Ilcraid says of it: Alexan
dria will begin to boom again in the spring.
During the season just closed over $75,000
worth of improvements were made. Next
season there will be more. This town keeps
quietly along in the even tenor of her way
and don't bluster or blow much; but all the
same there is no town other opportunities in
the territory with as good a system of drain
age, as good streets, as many good substan
tial business' men, as much general pros
perity and happiness as may bo found in
The Southern Vi-tr.
The Mitchell Capital expresses this opinion,
which is very prevalent in the south: '"V Re
publican administration mrans division and
admission, while Democratic success means
either a continuance of the territorial gov
ernment or admiokion of the territory as one
state. Division and udmission i* that which
every loyal Dakotaiau must desire, and how
ever undesirable a protracted territorial gov
ernment may In', i! will bo greatly preferred
to the administration of the whole territory
with tin- capitol at Bismarck, and with politi
cal control iv the hands of the Bismarck
A fall jo:- lAt%el«r.
Mitchell Capital: '-John I). Lawler is the
one Democrat eminently fitted to be gov
ernor of Dakota. He is a western man,
thoroughly identified with south Dakota, rep
resents the best ideas of iii party and would
be acceptable to ail classes of people in the
territory. Uwe must take Cleveland let Us
have Lawcr aUo.l" ,
| Special Correspondence of the Globe.l
Waseca, Nov. 18.— Yesterday was a cold,
raw day. In the morning it looked like mm,
then cleared oil for suow, but we were favor
ed with a no »' day, although cold.
The funeral obsequies of H. Mother' of this
city, late register of tleu-ils, took place yester
day. He was buried with masonic honors,
Chixan lodge .No 77, C. A. Wright,
W. M., having charge, assist.-d by
Wilton lodge No. 24, H.« C. WooU
bury, W. M., Janesville lodge No. 127, C. A.
Telt, W. M. There weie more than 1 one
hundred members of the fraturnUy in line.
Tlie services took place in the M. K. cliurcl.,
Rev. Frank, pastor, who preached the ablest
6ermon ever delivered in this city. Tbe G.
A. K. turned out in force, aud u>a<lc as usual
a splendid appearance.
The Democrats of this city will celebrate to
morrow night the election of Cleveland, and
there will be a rousing turn out. Able
speakers are Bxoecfed to t>e present to ad
dress the meeting. Toreiiliirut, boufircs, etc.
Our city Is at present In considerable .of a
quandary over who will be appointed reister of
deeds in place of the one deceased The board
stood Saturday night, 3 and 3 — for Crane,
3 for Jacoby. The appointment of either
will not be satisfactory to the county after
throwing overboard such men as James B.
Hayden. , W. O. Armstrong and many others,
their superiors in every particular Mating to
the office. At tbe present time no one can
tell who will get the position. .
We learn from the clothes line teleirraph
that there are more than twenty persons who
are applicants for the postoflko in this city.
Well, gentlemen, you can't all have it. (Take
Miss Emma Mosher reached home from
Dakota on Saturday, so as to be present at
the burial of her lath' r on Sunday. She
came home on telegram.
| Special Correspondence of the Globe. l
Rochi:sti:h, Nov. 18.— George W. I'enni
man, the prohibition advocate, lectured at
the M. E. church Sunday eveuin g. The ad
dress was able and quite eloquent, and was
well attended. Mr. Penniman has been
traveling through the east and south during
The Canington Opera company Wednes
C. C. Wilson is In Faribault on legal busi
Owen Bartlett, the comedian, arrived here
yesterday and will play the role of Skid In
"Rank and File."
Grain receipts are very light.
Francis Murphy is expected to lecture here
some time next mouth.
THE ST. PAUL GLOBE WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 1« 18S4.
W ( (P^^r 9^^ I
|P| Ifj 111 C^- THE I
W y BEST TOH'It % \
■71: is mod! combining Iron with par* I
reliable toni't quickly and oorr.j..- tely
C'u.ts D.icr.r-.i , lr.t!l«r«fl«ii, WraLaeea.
r.t&narp J:i..*>l , ..ihJariu.tblJl.aßa 1 c tent
and Nrnrr Itfia. -
Ills tn uee "v rr-medj for Disease! of tv«
KirlncT. nod urer.
it is in#a'.'ial!o for I)iseaM»s i<-f«*!*r to
- Worurn, ar.-j all who we r If rr !ir«a.
It doe* not Inj ur» the i • rib, cause headache/*
produce const*]*' lon— olfc/r .'ran medicine* do.
It enriches and v.irffles the blood. stimulates
the irtTwfe. aid* th» enlinllaUon of food, re-
Kersa Heartburn and IMehlng, m:d ctitugtii
e:if the cuif'.c> «nd r.errea.
; For Ictermittcnt Fever*. Lavitudtt, Lark of
uU'.r^r. ic. it Mno equal.
49* The prnuincbas above trademark and
Crowed red lin«*o!i wrapper. Take co nthcr.
m IMI t-'T *"T l>Wl»Hlir»luL «O_ BALTIBOBt. ■&.
Exploring: Lake Mesta««siuL .
Qcebec, Nov IS.— F. 11. B.gndl, of this
city, who left .tune last in command of the
transport expedition to Lake MesUs*lnl, hat
returned. He gives a few particular* taken
en rout*. The party with great difficulty
reached th^ provinces of the northern boun- I
dary on height of land. They then cru*s#d
into Rupert's laud and at a distance of 360 !
roi!cs from Lake St. John they reached the
eo'jthwi'ftcrn extremity of the (Treat lake,
Mestimsiui. lie states the general course
of the lake as far a* known is from south
ireYt to nortbeast.strctchine away from Foam ]
be? "''.'! height of land ID the southwest to an
known distance toward Ea*t Maine and
Labrador. T.i ■ waters swarm with fish of all
kinds,nnd fur iltef animals are abundant.
Tuc climate Is hgKekbJs and suitable for -.g
--rieuiturai pi;-; .- It fa) said that the Hud
eon Buy company Lave had their agency
there for upward of 100 years, !>ul have held
it m-i-n-t that a lake of -11. dimensions ever
existed. . It is supposed to be as large as Lak *
Thid BUM Las become so familiar with the
mn»t of people throughout the United State!
th;.t it is hard y necessary to state that be is
the origiusttor of tl» treat Dr. Bosanko
Cough und Lung Syrup, the people's favorite
remedy, wherever known, for coughs, colds,
ciiUHUinpUon and all affections of tbe throat
and lung*. Price, 50 rents and $1. Sold
by A. P.Wllken, S»;vcn corner*, John Boydrn,
•_'!.':( Seventh street; F. 11. Hlnuert. 374
Dayton avenue, and P. C. Lulz, 363 Waba
The Plenary Council.
Baltimore, Nov. 18. — Several additional
reports were presented at the meeting of the
plenary council to-day, which were at once
taken in hand by the bishops. Moat of tbe
committees have reported, but there Is still
much work to be done. A conference was
beld this afternoon in the cathedral, bat
upon what subject was not made known.
To-night Bishop O'Farrel preached in the
cathedral on "Christian marriage."
"So far, so good," said the boy, after eat
ing the stolen tart After reviewing the
thousand? and tens of thousands of colds
and coughs that have been conquered by Dr.
Bull's Cough Syrup we can readily say, so
far, bo trood.
And Every Species of Itch'
ing and Burning Diseases
Ei'7. KM A. or Salt Rheum, with Its agonizing
-Hi itching and burning. Instantly relieved by a
wtrra bath wilh CUTICUBA SOAP, and a single
application ■■' CUTICURA, the great Skin Care.
Thin repeated dally, with two or three doses of
CUTICUKA RESOLVE.NT, the new Blood Puri
fier, to keep the blood cool, the perspiration pure
and unirrilating, the bowels open, tbo livar and
kidneys active, will speedily cure Eczema, Tetter.
Ringworm, Peoriail*, Lichen Prnritns, Scalled
Head, Dandruff, and every aaaaMM) of Itching,
Scaly, and l'iciply Humor* of the Scalp and Skin,
Lea the best physicians and all known reme
Will McDonald, 254' i Dearborn street, Chicago,
gratefully acknowledges a care of Eczema, or
bait Khccni, on head, neck, fare, arms, and legs
I for seventeen year* : not able to walk, except on
; bands and knees, for one year; able to help
h'niM !f fur eight years : tried hundred* of reme
dies; doctors pronounced his case hopeless ; pur- ;
, :u»neiitly cured by ( utktka Resolveist (blood
purifier) internally, and ('UTicua* and CCTtccax
Soap i the great skin cares) externally.
Chas. Houghton, F.eq., lawyer, 28 State street,
Boston, reports a case of Sail Rheum under his
observation for ten years, which covered the pa
tieut's body and limbo, and to which all known
methods of treatment had been applied without >
benefit, which was completely cured solely by th«
Ccticcra KuMKiiit-, lea. in; a clean and healthy
F. 11. Drake, Esq., Detroit, Mich., suffered un
told tortures from Salt Rheum, which appeared
on hi* hands, head and face, and nearly destroyed
his M. After the most careful doctoring and
a consultation of physician* failed to relieve him,
ueuxi'd tbd C'i;TK.un\ Remedies, and waa cured,
and lias remained so to date,
- Mr. John Thlet, Wilkesbarre, Pa., writ*. I
have suffered from Salt Rheum for over e:,-ut
years, at times to bad that 1 conld not attend iv
niy business for weeks at a time. Three boxes
i of CimcußA and four bottles Resolvent hate
entirely cured me of this dreadful disease.
Sold by all druggists. Price: Cltu-uih. 50c.;
ItesoLVBXT. Si: Soap, 25 ru. Potteb Dbco
axd is> o l Co., Boston, Mass.
Hn-dfur "ll'iw to V.H -f •/»• n />;*•«»»«•'
/SjTrri TCUHA SOAP. An exqaMt* Toilet
\J \J X. X. Bath, acd Nursery Sanative.
eTATE OF MIKXESOTA. OWIIH OF POLK
1 — <&. District Court. Eleventh Judicial Ul.-tnct
Carl Kretzscbniar, plalmlß. aealnct The Red Lake
Fall* Mining and Lumber company, a corporation,
The state of Minnesota to the above named defend
You are hereby summoned and required to answer
the complaint of lie plaintiff In the above entitled
act ■hi, which Is filed in (be office of the Clerk of
the UUtrlct urt of the Eleventh Judicial district,
; In nnd for the county of Polk and stale of Minaaanta,
' and to serve a copy of your answer to said complaint
o.i tbe subscriber, at bin office, In tbe city of Crook-
M<m, In said county wuhln twenty days after the
service of this sum:so:u J,>oa you. exclusive of the
day of . such service: ucd. If you fall toautwrrthe
■aid complaint within the time aforesaid, tbe plain
' tiff Id this action will apply to ibe conn for the relief
I demanded tv the comiiialnt.
. Dated October 11th, A. I). ISBJ.
p. A. IMTOfB.
FlaintifTt Attorney. Crooluton, Mian.
' . Omci or the Citt Tbkasuric, I
St. Paul. Minn., November 13, 1834. |
All persons interested in the assessment for
Construction of a Sewer on
Seventh Street, From Jefferson
Avenue to View Street.
WILL TAKE NOTICE.
that on the 19th day of August, 1894.1 did re
ceive a warrant from the City Comptroller
of the City of St. Part, for the collection of the
above named assessments.
i Ihe nature of this warrant Is. that if yon fall
I to pay the assessments within
i .. THIRTY DAYS
after the first publication of this notice, I shall
! report yon and your real estate so assessed as
; delinquent, and apply to the District Court of the
County of Ramsey, Minnesota, for judgment
! against yonr lands lots, blocks, or parcels thereof
to' assessed. Including Interest, costs and ex
penses,' and for an order of tbe Court to sell the
tame for the payment thereof. costs and ex
penses, and for an order of the Court to aell the
line for the payment thereof.
380-338 GSO. REIS, City Treasurer. '
Notice of Mortgage Sale.;
Whereas WOltaai Murphy aad Garetta M. Marpby. I
his wife. niorrsrcrt. dM sidy execute ud deliver j
to tank Jane 810. mortgagee, • cerula Indenture
of mortgage, bearing date tbe *4ta day of Jane,
I*7«. whereby tald asarrgagon did put . bargain,
sell aa4 convey to MM mcrtgacre her heirs aad as
signa. the foUawiac described las* and s apart c-
HMM, lying and being la the city of St. l'*cL county
of Ramsey aad state of Mlaaesota, to- wit: tie east
eriy fifty (SO) feet of lot six (ft. block eighteen (»>
Robert * Randalls addition to St. Paul, according to
the plat thereof oa record la the office of the Uegliter
of Deeds la aad for said county of Ramsey, to secure
tbe payment of the iaa of «StML and Interest tbrreea
at tbe rate of eight per cent, per incuts, cord in.:
to the coodltloßs of a certain promissory cote tberela I
•escribed, which said Indenture of mortgage was oa :
the Stth day of Jane. 1878. at 13 o'elork M. duly re
corded la the o9ee of the Register of Deed* in aid '
for ud c-jnaty of Rasuey. la book 5< of Mortgag* ,
Deed*. pa*» M.
And whereas said mortgagor* did covesast ia4 ■
agree In said muttgage. la case of a foreclosure '
thereof, to ? v said mortgage, her heirs or assigns. !
the »crn of twenty-five d-ilisrs. attorney's fee* : aad '
wberr&s default La* beca made la me conditions of
said mortgage. by which the power to sell 2uu be
come operative; and there Is cow due en said mart
gage, at the date of this notice. the sum of t753.*i,
m.-.a US attorney* for »♦ aforesaid, aod do action or I
proceeding at law v . * i»-ea Instituted to recover the
debt secured hr aaW mortice or any pan thereof. !
And wi ereaa Sarah Jane lllti. the mortgagee ancve '
named. afterwards, or. th« — day of . ig£- % ■
died intestate, at Cornwall. Orange eounry. New I
York, aad oa (he 13th day of Jane. l-I - 1. letters of ad- '
ni.ntitrarlon ••$ the goods, chattels, credits sau estate. I
which were of Ikfl ssl<] fiarsh Jaae Hill were 4aty I
Isiaed to 1» in!ri T. il ■. Jr.. who I- bow the adnita- i
Utrator thereof, and a- authenticated copy of his '
'•""":• nt as such adminUtrator. was on the inn .
dsy of Octobrr. ISM, «say filed for record in tbe '
office of the lie. later of Deeds la sad for said county
Now. thrre'ore. notice Is hereby given, that pur
suac: to th« swwer of s tie In stid tnortga*ecoatafned
and the statute la soch case made and pruvtdrd,
said mortgage w.ll be foreclosed by ■ sale of the
mortgaged premises afar**** d. together with ;he ap- '
purtenances thtrrcsnto brl miring or la anywise ap
prrtatn'.ox, which »ale will ■* t.i ■•■.;,- at public v<>ndne,
to the highest bidder for cash, by the«aeriff of said
K»n;»cy county, a*, the front door uf the oXce uf the
Regtstrrof !•-.-!». lathe city of St. Paul, in the
county of Rain»rT aforesaid, oa tb* ElcirrarxTH
DiT or D( i liick. ISSJ. at 10 o'clock in the f.ire
nuon, to »a: ..;> ■ hr »m . mt thea doe upon said murt-
Itar- snd all 1-cxi «-x;kt.-p».
Dated October 2>lb. IK-JI.
DASIELT. HILL. Jr.
Adrnla'.stratoruf the Estate of Sarah Jane Pill. de
Sivr-KZ> & S»xro«:', Aitomeyt for Adminittrator.
M I aul. Minn. oct2»-;w-wed
STATE OF MINNESOTA. COITNTY Or RAMSEY
— «s. Dlftrict Court. Second Judicial District.
i William J. Godfrey, plain-?, r*. JalUa Ila;:aon.
Olive I: Harmon. Cum 51. llamns. Jullaa i>.
iNrmou. Hdw&rd Welch. UJchard !: -.«e. V«;:.ry
A wood. Petrr U;D>icaM anJ tbe _i.»r. »mt> le:r»
vf G«urc« Trctt, cf cr: ■ -J. Crfeadjtnis.
The State of Mtnaesota to the above earned drfrad-
You. and each of you. are hereby •amicoaeJ sad
I rrqolred toaniwer the eoaiplamt la :Vi action. which
ba« beea Clcd wtih tbe ark of said coart. aad iv
serve I copy of yourastwer to the said cvmpUlat
on the aabacrtber. at bis oSce la the conn biucic. >t
Pan!. Minn . within twenty days after the service of
thU summons n;«a yon. exclusire of the day of *>.c:i
service; aad. if yon fall la aanvrer the said coaipis!at
wlthla the time afcresald, the plalatlff la this action
w,,: apply to the court for the relief demanded In the
- Dated September 37th. IBM.
E. i: nOLCOMBE,
ocß-7w-wcd I>Ulntl!rs Attorney, s»i. Paul. J|!nn.
STATE OF MIXKESOTA. COCXTY OF IIAMSEY
O — «. DUtrict .art. Second Judicial District.
Theodore B Myers, plaintiff, against Marloa M.
atma uai roa uuir.
The State of Minnesota to the a^Te named defendant:
You are hereby sammonr 1 sad required to answer
the cum plat. • thrflalntUf In the above eatiUed
action, which Is on flic In the off' of the clerk of the
said court, at his odce at Salat Panl, Minnesota, and
to serve a copy of your answer to said complaint on
the subscribers, at their office In tbe city of m. PaaU
In the county of Rsmtey, within twenty days after
the service of this summons upon you. exclusive of
the day of such service, and. If you fail to answer
the said complaint w'.tb'.n the time aforesaid, the
plaintiff In this action will apply to tbe court for the
relief demanded la the complaint.
BUI EX * WIL-
Lovs Twwed Plaintiff's Attorneys. St. rani. Minn.
STATE OF MIXXESOTA. COUNTY OF RAMSEY
— as. In Probate Court, special term, November
In the matter of the estate of James R. McKsllr, de
Wlirrras. an Instrument la writing, purporting to
the be last will and testament of James K. McN'ally,
deceased, late of said county, baa been delivered to
And whf reas, Mary A. McNally has filed her pe
tition, representing among other things that said
James R. McN'ally died in said county, on the 4th
day of October, 18*1. testate, and that said petitioner
Is the widow of ksld deceased, that no person Is
named In said last will and testament, aa the executor
thereof, and praying that the said Instrument may
be admitted to probate, and that letters of adminis
tration with the will annexed be to her Issued there
It Is ordered, that the proofs of said Instrument,
and the said petition, be heard before this Court, a;
tbe Probate office la said county, on the Eth day of
December, A.D. ISS4, at tea '/clock In the forenoon,
when all concerned may appear and contest the pro
bate of said instrument; ,
And it Is further ordered, that publl* notice of the
time and place of said hearing be given to all persons
Interested, by publication of these orders for three
weeks successively previous to said day of hearing.
In the Daily Olobk, a newspaper printed and pub
lished at Saint Paul in said county.
By the Court, WM. B. McCRORTY.
[l.«. 1 Judge of Probate.
Attest: Fkaxk RonntT. Jr.. Clerk. novl2-4w-wed
STATE OF MINNESOTA. COTJXTT OF RAMSEY
*3 — ss. In Probate Court, special term, November
In the matter of the estate of William Morrey, de
on reading and filing the petition of Harrison I.
Wslrath of said county, representing among other
fiinsm, that William Murrey, late of said county, oa
the 14th day of October. A. D. IS3I. at 6alnt Paul,
In said county, died Intestate, and being an Inhabit
ant of this county at the time of his death, leaving
goods, >- lattels and estate within this county, and
that the said petit) Mr Is a creditor of (he estate of
said deceased, and praying that administration of
said estate be to 11. 8. Trcberne granted;
I: I* ordered, that said petition be heard before the
Judge of this court, on Muaday, the IS:h day of De
crmt>rr. A. I). IKS*, at ten o'clock a. m.. at the Pro
late onVe In saM cocnty.
« ir.lrn-.l fun her. that notice thereof be given to the
helm of Mild deceased and i-> all persons Interested by
publishing a copy of this order for three successive
weeks, prior to ».il.'>tlay of bearing, in the Daily
Globs, a newspaper printed and published at Saint
Paul, In said ciuaty.
By the Curt.
[t-s-J \ni. B. McORORTY,
Judge of Probate.
Attest: Faajnc Robbxt. Jr.. Clark. aovl»-4w-wed
Graft and Guttering Penusylyania
Orncß or the Board op Pcbuc Woajca, I
City or St. PaCL, Minn., Nor. 11. 1344. (
Sealed bids will be received by the Board of
Public Work* in and for the corporation of the
City of St. Paul. Minnesota, at their office in tail
city, until 13 m.. on the --ith day of November. A.
D. 1"M, for the grading and guttering of Penn
sylvania avenue from Mississippi street to L'-
Orient street to said city, according to plan* and
specifications on file in the office of said Board.
A bond with at leant two (?) sureties In ■
sum of at least tweaty (SO) per cent, of the gross
amount bid must accompany each bid.
The said Board reserve* the right to reject any
or ail bids.
JOHN FARRIXGTOX, President.
R. L. Gor.M an. Clerk Board of Public Works.
l Official Publication.]
Vacation of Part of Alley in Block: 72,
of Dayton & Iryine's Addition to
OrriCß or th* C itt CxrßK, I
St. Paul. Minn., October 21. A.D. 1834. (
WniniAJi. A petition has been Hied in this office
by order of the Common Council of the City of
St. Paul, as provided by law, asking for the
vacation of that part of " tbe alley running
Northeasterly from Western svenne to Selby av
enue, in the City of St. Paul, through blocks 71,
Tie, 73 and 74 of Dayton A Irvine addition to St.
Paul, according to the plat thereof on file and of
record in the office of tbe Register of Deed* of
Karosey county. Minnesota, and known as Maiden
Lane, which lies in »aid blocs 72 North-easterly
of the Westerly line of lot one in block 72, a*
designated on raid origioal plat, extended South
erly across said alley. which petition was daly ac
companied by a plat of the alley proposed to be
vacated and :
Whereas, The petitioners represent that they
arc all owners of and that (hey constitute a ma
jority of the property on the line of said alley,
resident within the said City of St. Paul, and that
the object of said petition and tbe reason for
raid vacation is that the portion cf said block
! through which that portion .of »aid
alley which i* asked to be vacated rnns has been
platted showing a new alley, and that the said
alley asked to be vacated is of no further con
venience or use to the public, etc.
Now, therefore, notice is hereby given, . that
said petition and the subject - rattier . thereof
: will be heard and considered by the
j Common Councilof the City of St. PauL Minn.,
, on Tuesday, the -nd day of December. A. D. 1334
st 7:30 o'clock p. m., at the Council Chamber in
the City Ball, in said city.
-By order of Common Council.
.' Tbos. A. PunnsiiT,
Oct. ; 22-fiw-Wed
LEW f SpOl;
ST. FA Ob, - - MINN
iiTOR.TEis i*» ronsFLF.onsiT law
£-. A*rn*D Niwn. Attorney *: Law. Tint SV! ji
lituktliiUifcNncrof FoorUiaal Jaci*.
Tnnn O. Katok. Kocxa 50. Gl2£llaa block, i:. •
mnnf cis. • *
• E. P. B*s*rosn, Room -»&, Giiniise -lots.
H. S.TExnrmnt. C. E.. 19 GUillaa block.
A. D. Hiksualc. Presley block.
A. M hAi>cLirr, Mannheuuer block.
. — a
Sum-wood Hocbh corner Third inOWi <a*baw
Stxtcs* * Uobcktv 71 East Third Mreet. Si.
BOOR* IT D STATIONER \'. \
£» rl:v ' lloroH. corner Third and Waf'*»h-iw j
>*. rjkCi.BooK4»TATiON«niCo.,l*7 Ea»tTairJ
CACEIACES AlsTsLElcnji." I
A. Nittoit. East Sixth »trccu <.ci» Jack
*on and Sibley (treats.
«BPETS~A\D WALL PIPER. ~
Jchx Mathe:s. IT East Third ttreet.
W. L. A»iiks*os I2aEa»t Third street.
LUI tO*>l>r..-U Locale.
Atrr.i;*. ii. Fisni A Vax 6LYK.S, Sialor »:re«:
tciwcen Foarth and Fifth.
DX V fcOO.S— R tall.
LnmrKK Cad;< A Co.. 13 m Third Street.
r-ii.Egi-- * «.\».. U.» to is Ea»t TiiirJ --.-««.
>'• O. DKAr^it & co. S3 East Third street.
ji v. Li ariTp"\r.iTmji akTbs.~~
£»n. o»»r. HEm Tal.tl Ktreet.
BT«tKJi»«" iij»«ji»»^j. *.i4^«* ilura» treat. »
p7arttE> aid rriAgLS.
lßiai«tfHMMt tIMM lu.n ttreet. •'
[111 II HtH KH.
C*rrr«x a r>-..\. *4 East TTilni iliuot.
W. U.r.A3HM>. 41 F.a«t Third ttreet. - •
mm uu LHy'm-n>kMii,
C KruL*Co_ \V],o:e»»le dealers - u^a^rttt
«ta«s. 1M JU« Third itreet. St. Pal.
Abtwtts. ****** * A*jturn la* *a 4 tat fe\at:
Third »treet. . :
h holeulT: hardware.
Stboso, UACUrrt * Co.. Sl3 to 2!» £u( I'uurih
St. Paul Foundry Co.
CAST ASD WROUGHT 11.1)1
Fend for cat* of rolnmm. All kinds of caat
l&i;* made on short notice. Work* on St. P.. M.
A .M. R. It., near Como avenue. Office. Fonrth
■treet, corner Robert, St. Paul. H. W. TOPPING.
Manager. C. 11. Powxa,Sccretarr and Treuarer
IPUJI & TDUBSTOS,
he TUG& rcSTIUTUO A spe*ult».
Jobbing Promptly Attended Ta
A£6nts id lilt Buckle Stores & Ranges
The Best in the World.
116 West UirdSL.op. Metropolitan Hotel,
ST. PAUL, MINX. 180
146 EAST THIRD STREET.
-By s thorough knowledge of the natural la *•
which govern the operation* of dlgeatioa .n.a a i
trition, and by a careful application of the due
properties of well-selected Cocoa, Mr. Epps hut
provided oar breakfast tables with a delicately
Carored beverage which may fare u« many hear/
doctor's bills. It is by the judicious ane of such
articles of diet that a constitution may be gradu
ally built tip until strong enough to resist erery
tendency of disease. Hundreds of subtle mala
dies are floating around as ready to attack wherev
er there is a weak point. We may escape many a
fatal shaft by keeping onrtelvea well fortified
with pare blood and a properly nonrUhed frame."
— CiTil Service Gazette. !
Made simply with boiling water or milk. Sold
in tics only ( Vt ft and ft) by Grocers, labeled thus:
lik iuD ■ V, Pll b«o>«o|«Uile CnemUu
JAJIUI LA I i tt UU • Lonpojt. Evolax»
A snre care for Blind, Bleeding. Itching and
Ulcerated Piles, has been discovered by Dr. Wil
liam, (an Indian remedy) called Dc WILLIAM
IKMAI OINTMENT. A single box has cared
the worst chronic cues of 25 year*' standing. No
one need suiter live minute* after applying this
j wonderful soothing medicine. Lotions and in
strument* do more harm than good. William's
Ointment absorbs the tumors, allays the intense i
itching. (particularly at night after getting warm
in bed.) acts as a poultice, gives instant and pain
less relief, and is prepared only for Piles, itching
of the 4rirate parts, and for nothing else. For
sale by ail druggists, and mailed on receipt of
pi ice, fl. NO YES BROS. & CUTLER. Wholesale
agent. PauL Minn.
bT. PAUL* MINNEAPOLIS & MANITOBA RAILWAY.
FARGO SHORT X,rN-fli
CM.I ALL BAH. LIM. 1O ViINM^EU AM) IHJ£ BHITIBH NORTHWEST.
j Lw» Utt« Mia' Arrival TnriTai Mia
- I 8t - Pan*. I tenpolis. St. Paul. '• neapolia.
MorrU, Iliinar and brown* Valley. .... **<X» in B:osam •'SiOOpm 6.-25 pa»
I «u» rail*, MoorhMd. > «rgo, UB ookstoa, St. Yinoaa: ;
iad Wtunii** .. •*«)• aj t;lt»m *eaSpta l-.iOp*
tot. Uoad Aowwnmodatioa, via MuntloaUo and Clear- i
wat«r .*.:....".. ........■...:.... :... I »iai)p jx S:ospsn 'l-'^O m; HA)atn
Et. cloud Accoimr.CKlcU<>a,Tia Anoia acd Hi River 'ou^yoi 1113 pm *10£3 am; lb^Uaoi
nr*ck»ancg«, Vk»bp«iati, Outeltua, Uuimi, Portland, . ;
, - MajvUi«,Orov<A»wu, v torju, i^avu'a i^ui« atutdu t •
ViLcufl ...*....".... 1 JO pra S:ospm 7flt)an» Cs3a«
Ingai Falls, Moorb«od, I*arga, tiraad Forks, I»tU'« I
I^xe,l aninorcNi>ctt«aaa >yiaaipo^ i IS3OpmK »:lOpu. :7Joam 8 23» a
~lmiif. » Xxctpt Bumi»r». • ~ ■ _^
ST. PAUL & MINNE APOLIB SHORT LIN-K.
leave 1 1 1»cl— tir, ». am, *'.:u it,. tm,-,4A«m, *Bi)3a'in, 833 n, :»:!W»m, 1050 a-a
11* •<■-. list pin, l:lu v v-, litirc, Mi j>m ;-.:50i-rc. SdOpm, S:SO p m, 4*5 j. m, *Jo m *i-JO p m,
tups, iMp c, 1;iO Pn, »^*' I- "'. tiu m, 11;. pm, ; t>p m.
' Leave Klu**apoU*—'<::K>.a n:. 6:30 a m. li/u am. 710 a to, Ti■ am. 7:30 in. 0-80 aa. »30» n,
UiHiii 11 » ni, «11:45. 12sj0 a:. laai pm, ia-JJ pm, 1:13 ?m. 133 om, 3-Jupm, 3JJ i> m, «iiu 4
t.S«pm,*6:*4 m, •«. -J pit, t:U)pu. '"i:io pm. "7:53 pn. 8:1S p Hi, lo:W pm.
Ail train* dally eiccfi a* Jo.k-w- >Diil y except Suujajr. texcept Monday, z<""* pt Saturday.
U" Elegant ale«i>«r« oa ail thromb train*. ' ' . .
. BT.PAUL— W. A. Torn«r. Jty TickiK JLgnaX, oor Third and Bibley itrewu; brown Keaobel. Ajt*a:r
ml an depot. **T*T*T fc aliimWT | I^WM*'B***tlrf l " *IMHHt *"l IHfWjMlWCWilllWHiiMili ».'?
11l NKEAPOLIS— J. E. Smith, Genera! &g«nt, and O. I*. Hards, . Xlc*«s A«»u» Ualou depot, lirliUr
c a aitA. V. U Wuter, geot, KlooUat boo**. • •• »
Meal ml Masauerals
10 West Third street. St. Paul.
JrespectfnllT toTtte the attention of ladies an '
gentlemen to my large, most complete and ( ele- '
pint stock of new Masquerade Costumes, it
tails, parties, theatrical performances, old folk*'
concerts, tableau* <tc '
Masks as wholesale.
Coua'rj parties, send for list and prices.
JV P. J .GiESEN.
Ft. Pnni ■Rf»n-wn»r Tim- Tahl««.
SL Paul. Min]aßaDoli3'& Qmaiia
THE ROYAL ROUTE,
EAST. SO UTH AND WEST.
tiin.Kimu ™ MS. * I i«eave i Lean
Mlnnetpolli | ft. p»al.
X>e* Molnes fast Exp.-ess...- : uiffl 1 ff'O^a'a
ago txpr<M4 't:l3p» *9:00? a
>«•< Atlantic Ex. 1 M:l3p a *2:uO p a
BloaxC.SloaxP.ft pe*:ne I?:4Sain it:i3i a
Ehakopee sad Merriam Jet. I "t:SO*u •',-. Oa a
».•».» »nd KiiuaaCltr j •« *i p «l:50? it
CLleago U>c*l r.x|ir«:»* j *', to *:n 'MiJi a
( rmrm Wi>coa*inKxpreu.. j •«7:So»m 'f:u3i i
Si akor>*e »nd UerTiaa Job. I.iup n *4:oS>a
iLuke superior ..xpn-M. • I7i3.nn -j^:?oii
Still water aai ICTer Falls.. ' n 3-un. 1U:O3 » »
S'JV.WAtKT tnU I: ver Fail!., j sop m 13:03? a
Et. Paul * Pierre Ex I M2:o3night '11:80 -, n
Duiug Cars ihr •en In the world »r.J liMunu.ij
Emukiotf Loom Sleepers on ».l last (rains to « h'ca^x
«nvi injLixx Arrite Arriva
St. Paul. JMlnneapolti
fc:. I'ial i I'itrrre t.x .. .. *S:00 a m »2.«) * a
cicacuUay Ixr»*»j •1 : 7am -ens* a
VtrrUni Jet. and Sns!to;ea. •i: : so ml M:W a
CUicaco Night Kzpr«4a ■ «1 : pm '1:43? tj
b.ouxc Bloai F.. . .-». :ic IS:'<opai i;-55,» a
OmUuaad Kansas City... 12:43 pin '12:15 a
:La~r Superior t p-f«» ... 16.0: ipm 16:IO» a
lierrlsm Jet. and Shak.tp«« *S:.'opm '9:08 > a
CbhagoLuca. I-. .|iru«i . ts:33?rn *.' :5 pa
< ci. r»l v.|« gul.nk,ijri!M. IS:2l|im S3J?I
RlT«rFalU 1»::5*:n! 18:55* a
lilverFall* 15:23 ? m lSS^a
Do» UoIom F«ii KxnrfM. . . 16 20?m| ;55) i
4 b»ll>. 1 t*tei>4 bonoayi g utla* to VMM
; Laics fcup.fr.or h\pr>n connects at Wuhbara
wi:h steamer* at L*Vo superior Truuli Co. tor taj
; Tici*!*. ileeplnr car aecotnmodaUoai. *^i >»
islurmatloa csa be secured at
Ku. lSMcollet lloase block, Minneapolis,
. ». . Ticket tn^
V. L. MAP.TIX, Agent. Mlnaetpollt >i^^
Coreer TLinl and Jaekion streets. St. Paal.
Cll AS. 11. I-KTSCII. City Ticket Vjit
EKKBF.L * IJUOWS. A«eau. tit. Paul Union ))?J
mam PICIFHJ B. r..
Overland BoiLte !"
THE <m.T JAM" T->
P«HI «i>.l. Ore., and th* Pacific Torfhw»««»
Th« -ri*n*+r Line" lrt>r-*n St. Taut.
Hittf-mpoiia, Moorhfad and Fargo, nndt »i
O.\i<l' XtM« running Jjmt,.,j Cart <*>*■*
mi man Sleepers Mintn thorn* point*.
Dep»rUng Trains. Lasts Mlnn^p-
Kt. Paul. oils.
Padne express »4?'fSpm *4.:43 prr
Fanro day exprem. 17:58 « m 1»:33 * c
Farcu Fast Express Mas pin *4:>3pin
Fargo and Mandan night ex '*:<*) p m *8:40 ■ c
Inning car>.Puilmon «l»eri«r», » I>-K»iii 'lay
second class concise*, and emigrant ileepins ear*
between St. Paul, MinnoapolN, Fargo, TMk.;vil
Portland, Ore., without chants. Uorton reclining
chair cars on Fanro day express, without extra ctiar^r
for ladles, or gentlemen accompanied by ladles a ol J
lut flrat-cUM tickets. '
ArriTing Trains, | MiMeap. Arrive
.j<_ oils. St. Paul.
Atlantic express. *ll:50am *12:30pra
Fargo day express i6:'2Opm T0:53.»n
Fargo Fast Express *H:3oam *12:S0pm
Fargo and Macdsn night ex »7:1» a m "8:50 > a
•JUuuj. Ti-xtcp .->uu my.
City office, st Paul, «3 (old No.«> Jackson^r#*w
Cltj omoe, Miime«poUa, Ko. lOMoollst house.
- CHAR, 8. FEE,
eeneral Passenger Aicsnt
Milwaukee & St. Panl R'y.
THE FAST MAIL LI Mi,
PnDman Weepers with Smoking Rooms, and me
finest Dining Cart In the world arena on*ll
Main Lice trains to and from Chi
cago and Milwaukee.
caW«TiJio ikaij.*. Leare Leave
L. Crowe. Dubuqne and Minneapolis. St. **«-
La Crusse. Dnbuque and
St. Louis 85:23 a.m. B 8:00 a. m.
Prairie da Men. Mil..
and Chicago Ex 89:20».m. Hi:3oa.m.
Calmarand Davenport Ex B 8-20 a. m. B 8-30 a. id,
Mason City. Albla and
Kansas City Ex B8:2Ovm. 15 8:30 a.m.
Pickering and Council
» !a!r »E«- .... 88:205.m. B 8:30s. m.
Viaankft rarKoF.x B f:!3a. m. B 8:00*. in.
Milwaukee and Chicago
*"»»« A 1:15 p. m. A 1:00 p. m.
Muon City. Albla and
Kama* City Ex B 4:30 p. m. r 4:80 p. m.
Dcs la« and council
' -luff- Ex 84:30 p. m. B 4:30 p.m.
La Croi«ePauenirer.... B 4:30 p. -a. B t 05 p. m.
Aberdeen * Mitchell Ex. A 4:50 p.m. A 4:00 p. m.
Milwaukee and Chicago
_f •»* Ex ... ........ .A 8:15 p. m. .* J:00 p. m.
AkMifLkw Taxis Arrive Arrive
■ El. Paal. Minneapolis
Cli'r.isro and Milwaukee
Fa»iEx A 6:00 a.m. A 6:45 a.m.
Davenport * Calmar Ex U 10:33 a. m. U 10:43 a. m.
Kama* City. Albla and
Mason City Ex B 10:35 a. m. B 10:45 a. m.
Council Bluff* and Dcs
Molnes : B 10:S5 a. m. B 10:45 a. m.
Mitrhcll ft Aberdeen Ex A U-.ZH p. m. A 11:50 a. m.
Chicago and Milwaukee
Fs»tEx A l-.00p.m. A 1:45 p.m.
Fait Mall and La Crowe
Ex B 3:25 p.m. B 4:00 p. m.
Chicago, Milwaukee and
Prairie dn Chien Ex.. B 6:42 p.m. B 6:50 TO.
Kansas City. Albla and
Ma*onCity£x B 6:42 p.m. B 6:50 p.m.
Council Binffsand Pick
eiHnjt B 6:43 p.m. B 6:30 p.m.
Fsrsoft Mllbank Ex... B 8:4'» ■». m. B 7:45 p.m.
St. Louis. Dubnque and
La Croiie Ex B 10:20 p. m. B 10:55 p. m.
A nioam Dally. B Except Sunday.
Adiilt'onal trains between St. Pant and Minneapo
lis via "Short Line" leave both «-lt:e- hourly, for par
l!cn!*r« •.!• Short Ltn«« '»t'i-«.
ft. Pan!— Thompson. City Ticket Agent, Ml
Esit Third street. Brown ft Knebei. Ticket Agents.
Minneapolis— O. L. Scott, City Ticket Agent, Xo.f
Klcci:etUoose> A. B. Chamoerlaln, Ticket A^enc
MiIiKtAPOLIS * »T. LOUIS RAILWAY
ALBERT LEA ROUTE.
— — e _ at- paul|Ar.Bt.PatU
Chicago Express *7:ooam •8:08 an
I)eiMo!nes A Kansas City Ex. *7:O0»m "b:osam
fct. Lonls Through" Express 12:S0pm i12:20p n
I KansasClty Ex. ; i2:Sopm i12:20p m
Excelsior and Wlnthrop. . .. *S:COp in *12:20piu
Chicago "Fait" Express | ««:l"jm! T:4sam
i dally. • dally except Sundays, ♦ dally except ii>
nrday. : dally except Monday. Ticket office St. Paul
corner third and Elhley streets. E. A. Whluilccr, 01;/
llcxet aca Passestier Agent, and Union Depot.
t«tejs. Ticket and Passenger Age . i... A. nrspoi
The Minnesota Stone Comp'y,
. Wholesale and Ket»ll Dealers In
lorih River and Pennsylvania Ctu: stow,
SAWED OHIO FLAGGING.
Sidewalk Flagging a Special:?.
W3I.F.V.A V0K1..0 ■. Ag». * M«»M«wt
Office* — Room -ti Wood's Block S! inn nr-ous.
M — Room 6, Cham. Com. Build' g. St Paul
OrricK or th« Citt TiueAstntnt, i
it. Paul, Mian., Nov. 10, 1334. >"
All person- interested in the assessments for
Paving Fifth street from St. Peter
; street to Third street.
Grading alley through block 1,
Elfolt, Bernheimer & Arnold's
Grading Sherman street from
Pleasant avenue to Exchange
Grading Temperance street from
Tenth street to Thirteenth
For the -construction of a sewer
on Summit avenue from St.
Peter street to Wabashaw
For the construction of a sewer
on Sixth street between Broad
way and Robert street,
For the construction of a sewer
on Fourth street from at. Peter
street to Wabashaw street,
For the construction of a Sewer
on Temperance street from
Eighth street to Ninth street,
For grading Oakdale avenue
from State street to South
WILL TAKE NOTICE,
that on the 10th day of November, 1884, I did re
ceive different warrants from the City Comp
troller of the City ot St. 1 mil, tor the collection
of the above named u--.— Miieu'a.
The nature of these warrants is, that if you
fail to pay the UNMMII within
after the first publication or thU notice, I shall
report you and your real estate so assessed as
delinquent, and apply to the District Court of
the county of Itntnscy, Minnesota for judgement
a«ain*t your lands, lots, blocks, or parcel* there
of so assessed, including Interest, cost and ex
penses, aud for an order of the Court to sell tha
same for the payment thereof.
316-336 GEORGE REIS. City Treasurer.
Matt Mpulacturing Co.,
FOUNDRY &JIATIME SHOP.
Haw Aliiin un'd
Iron a Brass Casting*
ALL KINDS OF REPAIRS.
MANKATO, - - MINN
Manufacture and Wholesale Dealer la
Carpets, Matte, Oil (Mb and FeatHers,
BDRI&L CASKETS AND OF INS.
Orders for Bank and Office Furniture Prompt!/
104 SOUTH 1 K<>\ STREET,
MANKATO. - - - MINN.
S. X*. MORRISON & CO.,
BOILERS. SAW MILS IKIHmi,
Inspiraiors.Ki'lMnff, Parking, M«am Fitting
31ASK4TO, r Jf/JViV.
MOORE, PIPER & CO.,
WHOLESALE DGGISTS & JOBBERS
in Paints, Oils, etc
We ship Carbon oil and Gasoline from the
fallowing stations: Winnebago City, Tracy,
Pipestone, Minn.; Watertowr., Volica, D. T.
We solicit the trade of dealers only. . 245tf
W. B. CRAIG & CO.
EfflTjire StoneTeSge, ffian^ato.
We arc prepared to handle the largest amount
of stone in the shortest time of any firm in tho
j West, and have every facility for filling orders
I promptly, and are prepared to take all kinds of
CORBauT WORK IN THIS LINE,
Lite) Linseed Oil
| Unseed Oil and Cab by the Old Process.
CROWD CAKE FOIi FEEDWG,
Constantly on Hand.
Piafast Prices Paid for Flax Sflfcd.
i MANKATO, - • MINX.
, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
j Manufacturer of Hed and Cream Brick, and dealer
i nan kinds or .Uankatoatouo. quarry wulWorfci
j Kori Front street.
1 .. MANKATO, MIXN •