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-1,-Ii-tB- '_*-ufctftti. "i-Jj tfO. IFB'S RETURN. The Work of Building Fort Assinniboine CompletedArrival Home of th Work* rueii Written in bold, perpendicular oharaoters, the Metropolitan hotel register, last night, bore the signature of Assistant Quartermas ter Col. J. G. C. Lee, fresh from the new military post known as Port Assinniboine, last evening. The repotorial optic rested on the signature and straightway inquired for the writer. "Toe colonel is at supper, and will be out in a few uiinntrs," was the response of the affable clm% whereupon the GLOBE lit a fresh Havana and proceeded to wait until the ga*taton perforiuanoa was over. Ho appeared directly, tall, broad-ohested and tawny as a chestnut. The GLOBK extended its right dulse, which was grasped with a hearty welcome. The fact ia, said the colonel, I am glad to meet you. Have read the GLOBE regularly since my departure, BO you see, I am posted. The compliment was duly acknowledged, and as Col. Lee was fatigued with travel and sur rounded by a host of friends, all of whom claimed his attention, the twain got down to business. A five minutes conversation fol lowed, during which Col. Lee briefly out lined the summer's work at Fort Assinni boine, which is herewith presented to the readers of the GIAJBK. "In the first place," said the colonel, "wo lock with us two hundred and ten mechan ics, all of whom arrived home satoly, and during the summer we have not lost a single man, and iho fort has been singularly free from 8ickooss." As to tho character and progress of the work, Col. Len spoke in woids of the high tst coniruei.dation. Upon arriving ut Milk river Inst *nmmor, the work on Fort Assin niboine had been scarcely more that started. Great difficulty was encountered procuring brick iu sufficient quantities to carry for ward the work, and in this particular the completion of the fort was very materially retarded. Notwithstanding the seriousdiawbacks en countered, the work was brought to comple tion on the loth insi., and as a perfect mili tary p' t, iu point ot equipment, and perfect adaptability fur which it was designed, As sinniboine is not excelled by any military post on the continent. As ori^tnaby designed, the post was in tended to accomodate six companies of troops, but owing to the comprehensive manner in whioh the work was executed, the fort is at present calculated to furnish quar ters for eight companies of soldiers. The foit is constructed of brick and pre sents a thoroughly substantial and handsome appearance. As present constituted the post affords complete protection for the inhabi tants of a large tract of arable and fine grazing country. Directly under the shadow, so to speak, of the forty-ninth parallel, the fort will be come one of the most permanent and fore most border posts on the western frontier. As a military rendezvous ou the border of Montana tho value of Fort Assinniboine cannot easily be overestimated, protecting with perfect security all the passes between Bear Point and the Little Rocky mountains. Durinsr the ensuing winter it is proposed to have eight companies at thn post, consist ing of six companies of the Eighteenth in fantry and two companies of the Second cavalry. Some idea of the perfect security afforded by tho past may be learned from the sapient remark passed by that most incomparable of modern warriors, Sitting Ball, who, on view ing the station from a distance, exclaimed that it was "a great city" and that ho didn't want to me any nearer. In alluding to the trip home, Col. Lee said that it was accomplished with ease in seven and one-half days, the first of the journey being a march of sixty-five miles from the post to the Missouri river. He was accom panied by 130 mechanics, tho remainder having arrived Ipst week, and the ability, in dustry and sobriety of the men were alluded to in the most complimentary language. Their earnings average about $300 per man. In Bpeaking of the trip home, Col. Lee ad verted to the splendid condition of the Mis souri river, which has been almost wholly cleared of the obstructions under the active supervision of the United States engineer. In conclusion, too much cannot be said iu the way of commendation concerning the admirable manner in which Col. Lee has ex ecuted his difficult and important trust. Ar riving at the post last June, he and his men have not slept under cover, save the shelter afforded by the overhanging firmament of heaven. Over four months have elapsed siuce his arrival at the contemplated fort, since when he has succeeded in constructing the most substantial and thoroughly ap pointed military fort in America. ANOTHER RAILROAD LINK. Important Purchase by the St. Paul & Sionx City CompanyThe Covington & Bluck 111.Is R-i'ioad Secured as an Ex tension. The St. Paul & Sioux City Railroad com pany has acquired an important extension to lis already important line. Hon. E. F. Drake returned yesterday from Omaha, where he has been to consummate the pur chase of what is known as the Covington & Black Hills railroad. The sain was made on court decree by Judge DiLon, to foreclose a mortgage for $64,000 by Mr. Drake individually. Mr. Drake was the buyer at the fovecloure sale, and the road acquired is to be turned over to th St. Paul & Sioux City road, thus giving an extension of importance to the last named road, and whioh gives to St. Paul business men new fields to conquer. The new road acquired extends from Sioux City or Covington in a northwesterly direotion, the ultimate intention being to extend it to the Black Hills, surveys and routes having been made and selected. At present sixty miles of the road towards the Niobrara river have been graded, and forty miles of it ironed. Besides this acquisition, the purchase car ries with it the right and control of a line from Covington to Columbus, on the Union Pac fio railroad, of which thirty miles have been graded. The road is of the narrow gauge order, but it will be immediately changed, so much as is fiiis'^d, and be completed as a broad gauge road. The importanoe of gaining this road is twofold It will ultima'ely give |a more direct route to |the Pacific coast than at present via Omaha, and the line leading towards the Black Hills opens a vast agricultural, mineral and cattle range country, whose natural outlet will be by and through St. Paul. As is kriown the Niobrara country is one vast pasturage for immense cattle herds, and which now are shipped by the longer route over the Union Paoifio. Tbo line extends to this region already. Mr. Drake feels the importance of the purchase and with matured plans for exten sion of the route reckons that a great conn try will be made tributary to St. Paul. Evening Classes nt the St. Paul Business College. Commencing at 7 o'clock at the St. Paul Business college, corner Third and Jaokson. Remember this college bas the confidence of the business community, and shows a complete record by endorsements from the most numer ous and highest sources. Has received fifteen highest prises for superiority in everything that is valuable to a business college. Young men should enter now and get the fall benefit of the evening course. Charges moderate in comparison to advantages and benefits re ceived. Watches, Watches, Etc. A fine eeleotion of watches, gold and sil ver, of the best wake and at the lowest prices, will always be found at Max Wittel shofer's, 71 East Third street. His stock of jewelry cannot be surpassed either in style, quality os price. Give him a call. t-f-rs.'^pv. TO CITY GLOBULUS, _Yeaterday, 0 8ohraidt paid^$l8 on imports received The exoavatingtfor the'new'markei house, is nearly completed. The Astronomical society will meet at the capitol this evening. The convention of State charities meet to day at 10 o'olook A. M., at the Y. M. O. A. rooms. Heavy overcoats were very generally resur rected yesterday, and found decidedly com fortable. A force of 200 men are working on the exca vation and approaches to the Sioux City rail road, shops. Five car loads of Canadian colonists passed through the city on their way to Manitoba yes terday afternoon. The marriage of Mr. Joseph Mannheimer, of the firm of Mannheimer Bros., and Miss Eliza Grnber will be solemnized to-day. Officer Willimovsky shot a dog on Bridge street yesterday afternoon. The animal had attacked a young son of Ex-Alderman McCar. thy. Mr. George Benz celebrated the twenty-fifth anniversary of his arrival in this country and the twenty-third year of his residenoe in St. Paul yesterday. The morning train on the Northern Pacific from Bismarok was two hours late yesterday, having been delayed by the burning of a small piece of track. There was a slight flurry of snow at Bis marck yesterday. A like visitation would, in the minds of many, have improved the weath er in this locality. Maggie Moffat, convicted of abduction and sentenced to two years in the penitentiary, having served her imprisonment, returned to St. Paul yesterday. A suit was commenced in the distriot court yesterday by George Benz against the board of county commissioners of Pine county, to re cover $315 with interest and costs. One of the prisoners at the stone pile named McLaughlin, who was serving out a ten day's sentence, left the sacred precincts yesterday without asking permission of the guard. Carpenters are at work in No. 3 engine house. Among the improvements to be made is the ereotiou of a post whioh will enable the men to slide from the second floor instead of descend ing by the stairs. Mrs. Mintzer complained to the police yes terday that her barn on Fifth, near Robert street, had been broken into and numerous ar ticles carried awaj by a gang of boys who live in the neighborhood. What's in a name A man named Cask im bibed a half cask of bad booze night before last and became very noisy. He was before Judge O'Brien yesterday morning and received an eight days' stretch on the rock pile for his indiscretion. John McGrath was ambling along Wabashaw Btreet yesterday afternoon two seas over with bad tanglefoot. He was run in by Officer O'Keefe, whom he promised to "fix," upon being released from the cooler. He was Bent to the quay for four days. Sheriff McKinzie, of Bismarck, passed through St. Paul yesterday, en route for the government penitentiary at Detroit, having in charge a man named James Mclntyre convicted of g.and larceny and sentenced to eight months' imprisonment. Two of the handsomest business jnsee erect ed during the past season are those of Commo dore Davidson on Jackson street and Mr. Sher man on Wabashaw street. Tkese buildings are very Btylish and add much to the general ap pearance of their respective localities. The St. Paul, Minneapolis & Manitoba Rail road company yesteraay shipped 5,000 descrip tive pamphlets of the country reached by their road, to John Ennis, agent for the Allen line of steamers at Liverpool, England. The pam phlets were all printed in the Sweedish lan guage. The annual meeting of the board of mana gers of the Women's Christian Home, post poned from last Friday, will be held on Friday afternoon, Oct. 24tb, at the parlor of the Y. M. C. A., at 2:80 o'clock. Mrs. Gen. Van Clave of Minneapolis, will be present and address the meeting. An action was bepun in the district court yesterday by John W. Sheehey against the City of St. Paul, for damages of $608.75 alleged to have been sustained by injury to his property on Hoffman avenue, caused by the alleged wrongful and imperfeot grading of that thoroughfare. The light-draught K. N. Bteamer Charlie Cheever arrived from below yesterday morn ing and left last evening to connect with the Red Cloud, on her way up from St. Louis, to return Friday. The water in tho river was at a stand yesterday at 25 inches, by the mark giv ing about 31 inches in the channel. The October settlements of the counties with the State, are commencincountycome State treasury. ThAen following reports were re- SVo ok a ye8terday The GLOBE had a cajl yesterday from Mr. E. H. Fulton of Drew county, Arki.t Mr. Fulto is a very light colore'd. man, a deputy U. S Sht a i8lo Rev. Father Oalliett officiating. A reception followed the ceremony at the residence of the bride, No. 37 Valley %treet, during which the newly wedded couple received the felicitations of a host of friends. The happy pair will re side at No. 37 Rondo street, where they will be at home to all friends. Levi Tate's wife secured a divorce from him about two weeks ago on the ground of cruel treatment. On Tuesday she was married to Lonis Liverpool and in the evening while the wedding festivities were in full blast on Eagle street Tate appeared and threatened to kill Liv erpool. The result wan a fight between a man named Tate and Blaokwell, and both were ar rested. Blaokwell was fined lightly yesterday and Tate bound over to keep the peace and not kill Liverpool. All of the parties are colored. DRY GOODS. E to into th AUEJ S (settlement)e $434.87 collection, 8673.69-$l,198.56. Benl ton county, 8224.91. Goodhue county. S4 414 80. Total thus far received, $5,748.27. The Hancock steam inspirator whioh has been attached to No. 1 engine was given a trial yes terday afternoon and worked splendidly. The use of the inspirator prevents the sudden cool ing of the boiler by letting in eold water and saves a large amount of fuel. The attachment will be left on the engine for a week or two for trial. Eight steamers are at present navigating the Fox river from Green Bay to Portage and the merchants of the latter city are transporting their heavy freight by water. QueryHow long will it be before St. Paul enterprise im proves the Wisconsin river so as to make navi gation practicable, and thus partially solve the question of cheap transportation to this city? Adam Sinclare, from Manitoba, formerly hoarded at Mrs. Butterfield's hoarding house on Third street. He went away for a few days and on returning yesterday paid his bill and asked for his clothes, whioh he left in his room A bundle was given him, which he claims was only apart of his wardrobe, and he called at the police station to have some one arrested Not being ablo to charge any one with the theft of the clotheB he departed threatening to sue the boarding house keeper. Minnesotn lity a an( 1 vi8 at this time to secure aid towards the removal of a colony of some two hundied colored men about to emigrate to Nebraska, where land for settlement has already been selected. Mr Fulton bears strong testimonials from leadina whites of his locality as a man everyway re liable, and as being engaged in a cause worthv the support of a generous public. Ground was broke yesterday for another fine improvement, to be completed as rapidly as possible. The improvement is to be made on the Catholic block, Wabashaw street, adjoining the grocery store building of Michaud Bros, who are to oooupy it for their wholesale de^ partment. The new building will be the same size and Btyle as their present structure, 25x 100, three Btories high, and of cream-colored brick. It is the intention to have it completed and ready for occupancy by January first next. Sweeney's drug store, yesterday, was the repository of a veritable curiosity. It consisted of a genuine California salmon, twenty.fonr inches in length, and weighing a trifle over four pounds. The magnificent prize was captnred by Gen. Flower and Capt. W. D. Hawkins in Lake Elmo, night before last, and is particu larly notable from the fact that it ia the first fruits of the experiment enforced by the letris lature of stocking- the lakes of Minnesota With California salmon. The specimen was viewed by a large number of citizens, yesterday, and is well worthy the attention of all interested in this most important branch of industry. A notable social event transpired yester day forenoon, being the nnptial ceremonies at tending the marriage of Mr. J. P. Christophel, a well known musician, and Miss Kate E. Mc Namee. daughter of F. P. McNamee, a well known journalist. The marriage was consum mated at St. Mary's church at 9 o'clock yester day morning in the presence of a large number I of friends of the high contracting parties, the :*5ak JSfg_Ja^ & tfegHfe SI AT POWERS BROS. 1,000 Gross Dress Buttons, in all the newest and best styles of Carved Pearls, Engraved. Pearls, Inlaid Pearls, Natural Pearls, Smoked Pearls, Colored Pearls, White Pearls, Engraved Metal Buttons, Painted Metal Buttons, Gilt Buttons, Silvered Buttons, Horn, Ivory, Com position, Silk, Satin, Cashmere, Velvet, Cro chet and other styles of Dress Buttons and Cloak Buttons, all at LOWEST PRICES. 200 Pieces Silk Fringes, in hand-tied Twist, Twist and Tape, Twist and Cheniile, Beaded Fringes, Colored Fringes. Large lines Beaded Gimps, Cloak and Dress Ornaments, etc., all made to order for us, and Guaranteed Lower ia Price Than same qualities oan be bought elsewhere. 1,000 Pieces Ribbons, including all desirable shades in Gros Grain, Satin, Satin and Gros Gram, Two-Toned Satin, Brocade Ribbops, Rich Velvet Ribbons, Sash Ribbons, Cord Edge Ribbons, Velvet Ribbons. Human Hair Nets, Invisible Silk Head Nets, Bas Head Nets. New Silk Scarf Lace. New 8ilk Lace Scarfs, all colors. New Belts. New Silk Laces. New Collars and Cuffs in EXTRA QUALI TIES. New Rouchings and Collarettes. New Lace Fichoes. Largest Stock of all Leading Staple Notions in the State. Our line of CORSETS Includes Warner's Health Corset, Madam Foy's Corset, Madam Foy's Improved Corset, Bor tree's Duplex Corset, Nursing Corsets, Abdom inal Corsets, Finest and Best French Woven, 300 Bone and 500 Bone Corsets, the Celebrated "P. D." French Hand-made Coutill Corsets, and our own popular brands of Corsets, a* follows: 4,Eva," POWERS" BROS. 01 East Third Street MEDICAL- COSSUMPXION CAS BE CUBED HALL'S "BALSA M! FOR THE LUNGS, CURES Coughs, Cold*, Pneumonia, Bronchitis Asthma, Croup, Whoop ng Cough, and all diseases of the breathing organs. BALSAM IS THE Leading Specific for Consumption. It soothes and heals the membrane of the lungs, Inflamed and poisoned by the disease, and prevent the night sweats and tightness across the chest which accompany It. CONSUMPTION Is not an inca- able malady. It is only necessary to have the right remedy, and HALL'S BALS1M is that remedy. DON'T DESPAIR OF RELIEF, for this benign specific will oure yon, even though professional aid fans. A. Mass of* Evidence Has been accumulating during a period of THIRTY YEAKS proving the efficacy of HA.L.Li'8 BALSAM In all diseases where the Throat, Chest and Lungs re affected: and showing the estimation in which the remedy is held by the public and the medical profession. Sold by all druggists. I (Beware of Counterfeits.) The lost Powerfol Healing Agent of the Age. Henry's Carbolic Salve cures the worst sores. Henry's Carbolic Salve allays the pain of burns. Henry's Carbolic Salve cures all eruptions. Henry's Carbolic Salve heals pim( les and blotches. Henry's Carbolic Salve will cure cuts and' bruises. Physicians give it the highest recommendations. Henry's Carbolic Salve Ts used extensively in hospitals, and is found to be not only a thorough purifier and dlsinfeotant, bni ilso the most wonderful and speedy healing remedj everknown. Ask for HENRY'S, and take no other. Tomsley's Mad e' Anodyne, CURES IN ONE MINUTE. J_f~Be-are of Counterfeits. JOHN F. HENRY, OTJRRAN & CO,, 94 College Place, New York. JToy^aBros. 4fc Cutler, Wholesale Agents, St Paul. Minn. 2t2-211-er STATE OF MINNESOTARAMSEY COUNTY Bisirict Court. Joseph L. Forepangh and Jasper B. Tarbox, part ners as Forepaugh & Tarbox, against William Joyce. Notice is hereby given that under and by virtue of an execution du issued out of said court and under the seal thereof, on the I7th day of Ootober. 1879, on a judgment duly entered, rendered and docketed In said court, in said above entitled cause, on the 18th day of June, 1879, in favor of said atatiffs and against said defendant for the sum off oar hundred, sixty-seven and 34-100 dollars damages and costs. I have, on this said October 17th, 1879, levied upon as the property of said William Joyce, the fol owuw piece and parcel of land eituat-, lying and being in the sain oouuty of Ramsey, and more particularly de scribed as follows, to-wit: Lot number three (3), in falook number twenty-three (2a). in Warren & Rice's addition to St. Paul, acco ding to ttie duly recorded plat thereof, and that I will on Saturday, thefithday of December, 1879, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of paid day, under andby virtue of said execution, and the levy thereof thereon, sell said above described property at pub io auction, to tho highest bidder, at the front door of the old court house in St. Paul, in said county, to satisfy the a i ount then found due upon said judgment, and cost of sale Dated October 17th, 1879. JAMES KING, Sheriff of Ramsey County, Minn. Rooms Rooms, Plaintiff's Attorney. Oct 2.7wThur SHOES to WHITEHOUSE XTENTE 87 BAST THIRD STREET. r?-76 Farms tor Sale 160 acres to Jackson county, Minnesota. 160 acres in Meeker county, Minnesota. 140 acres in Isanti county, Minnesota. 80 sens in Toddcounty, Minnesota 40 acres in Douglas county, Minnesota. 80 acres in Houston county, Minnesota. The above is all choice farming lands, which we rSLfS ttSlfi?"* o?*. P~t cash and bal ance on ttme with approved security. For deserip- nonofJandsand further particulars, address ST PAUL HAimBSTEB WOBSSrsTpfal, JtST ST. PAUL DAILY GLOBE, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 23, 1879. FIVE CENTS A LI NE The GLOB E "Want" and rat Bran. Advertisements in this oolumnaro published at flvs cents a lino each insertion, bat in order to prove the efficiency of the GLOBS an advertising medium, and alio to aid the unemployed, we will publish for twenty-five cents, a three-line advertisement, of Situa tions Wanted and Situations Offered, and con tinue the advertisement until the object sought for is accomplished. For twenty-five cents, the man out of work can advertise for a situa tion until hefindsone. Each line over the three, to cost five eents oer line each insertion* WANTED. WANTEDHoreewinter.e 1ED-TO RENTTo or three furnished rooms for gentleman and wife.. Address, HENRY, GI.OBK office. 273* SITUATIONS OFFERED-Females. W ANTEDA girl for general housework at 37 Dayton avenue. 2R1- SERVANTAGIRL -TT, feferenoes, a positio.n as housekeeper orat tavaud A "Gilt Eige, "L'Amour." "Violet," "Florence," "Pride of the West," etc., etc. All the new shapes in Bustles and Hoop Skirts. We invite attention to a "Job Lot" of Fine Undressed Kids 2 buttons, 50c 3 buttons, 75c. In order to make them popular and to intro duce them at once, we have reduced the price of Harris Brothers' New Patent Lace Top Kids, in 8 buttons, to 82 per pair. New Goods received daily. *v W WA in T sore Uadei8tand M8 vv^ ir S r^ EmplDyHOUSEHOLID to us as saddle horse for his keeping this Address T. T., GLOBS office. Ti* WAN WANTEDFor general house work. good and permanent place for a oom pe'ent girl. Apply at No. 24 Sherburne ave., head of Robert street. 280* WANExchange TED_immediately, a httle nurse girl at 254 ttreet. 274* TJTfANTED-A girl for general housework. Good wages to a good girl. German or Norwegian preferred. Apply at GJ.B counting room. 274 VITANTEDA good girl for cooking, washing and oi "J00"1 8 W W A nly must be a first rate cook. Apply 37 Pearl street comPcteut girl for A A ?J person Appl to or address E a w. Chase, secretary Relief society, 68 Robert street. 256* Kales, goo W7ANTEDBA? Tnmtn gooda Norwegian clerk. A perma iS ta 5 Inquire at 12 M. to-day aot GLOBB, ortaddres,s E H. Cornelm, Edna,dPolk county, Minn. 232- chores aoffice, o'^?~~ Bo lam ??^PiK Beeond266* Nicolle house to W Tf!fc6 East Fourth street8tuybig 274* TTyORK WANTED-Byn a steady, reliable and wil a JSL WA *Sr SitnBt law evenings. 5*?' wll y0UD Best references. Address J. W. S., care of y. M.o 264* yQun maD German, SITUATIONSmWANTEDMales. to take care of a private team. References iut required. Address 78, GLOBE office. S IT h^^P N WANTED-As grocer Has ED experienceo,fandynoclerk. afraid of feren ce y!a car o.office. b68 0 tak W A ft .r PIac A^,1E, by young married man.. Good penman8.U at figures. citv references. AddressexNe'aj Warren, Sunn office! 277 tU oQuicke y a salesman enc I the clothing busi A 8 yei 8 nM S BC8 mce WhaUmr*yu g^en. M. J. T., GLOBE reference generally useful can277* milk au ANTED-Work in a priv.te family, as coach 1 en PenUu.g too:s. Good S euces. C. B., thia.yu office. 373. n t~ W A BefereiiC8 4 office. WA S^r preferred the business. Not afraid to work Address R. A. this offloe. 269. WANTEDhAl position by a young German man, generally useful. Ha had in a or other store, aasa clerk orH. 0m .grocerys ikeuel Ne ?e li8hedroomsan awl. tacIudinS xutn street. 070* eml busmeB8 GLOBE ffi A a gr0CM W^ JP 1 Situation as meat cutter in some first class market. Can keep the accounts ala/T Address, MEAT CUTTER, GLOB^ Office"Vnnel 26b* WANTED~Si!nationt by an experiencedibar- keeperA orras nigh clerkGLOBhotelf in first-class 2f vS P* rivat dd apOUa 6 tm and *s "B. O.," ofice.Tw 257* take car IllJf?. work about house. Address A. C, this office. 261* iYAMTED-Bmp^ojrmen.t by a young American mir8i8he A veryi"ce ^E Se Housess. F T-~H?H?e 7 room RE FOR RENTNew1 story and a-half house, seven FlaaJ001119' C18tern 2 3 DeS 8 F^^.h d^e"tog, BN ^T^ lrsfc ^^T Th Thre 8treeto forn JZZ' :S. 8lbIe Eu mr KEOGH!^ 7 EEAL ESTATE-In tho City. E _, E p^ul ESTAT E In thotoCountrylands, 7.000 AH^OS ad afraid of work Thoroughl conversant with office business. Good bookkeeper beTreferr oncea. Address X., this office. \!fe 8 i?l IK f 6 1.ad A SE N a ltuatiM V? Ja C2^o an Females.ementh eu*aSSeVeats by the day in YyANTED-By a competentrdressmaker, cutter and nrivatf ftSjiilL m,o oreTiCySk&ff8ewrne employment. Ca frnc GootdB satiffactlon. No. ch00 1 7 who 1 FOR fl.Atf vests,-de-n taUKh ha lb St. Paul street. M. J. HARRISONL- 281 s copyi,t,MM7 sales lady, teacher ma* SKKSSK& Addrcs 8uiteVof rooms and TO BENTBooms. 8 an FOUR ?th ele GENTLEMAN, (or two couple,) can be a hrttt^C0.mmK?at,e board, two blocka from potoffics. Price, 85 00 ner week. Inquire at GLOBE office 282-J RtNT-Two or thie furnishead rooms., suita- houeel*ecpiBg.e l0 Apply 111 St Pete 280- boa*. S8.Of per SINGLE "8hts and fires, at 69 West rooms in theMc era JL*r^ ot Wabashaw and Third come streets. Suitable for offices or sleeping rooms, jfe. quireof MEAD & THOMPSON, in the buJidtog. n. w. corner cla8 S Kt and John streets. APPly to Farmers' and Mechanics' Bank, or to T. T. MANN. Stores.S F 3 v tor Bric rfy occupied by Miner BEAUPR E ALLEN & FIVE CENTS A LINEELECTION AUCTION SAXES. FURNITURE, ETC, AT AUol TION will sell at my sale s*snd, on the northeast corner of Thlra .and Cedar streets, on Saturday. Oct. 25b, at 10 A U., a large lot of Household FurnitureBedsteads, Bureaus, Wash stands, Mattresses, Bedding, Stoves, etc.'. oa* c4i P* T" 282"8 0B KAVANAGH,Carpets', Commission Auctioneer. 22lJP* THOMAS COCHRAN, JR., REAL ESTATE AGENT AND AUOTIONEER-I will Bell on Tuesday, the 28th tost., (notice change of date), for the St. Paul Mutual Building and Loan Association, a house and lot, and a vaoau lot upon Mount aat 10 o'clock In the forenoon. S?,l dAiry, *y a which^hl K,!Lut?8 m^,? ?n HotinMaokut bui& Marshall's addition. These propertys will be sold upon long time, if desired,ethrough 7^onthIy ,_ though hey will a so of rmBi beto bbid '""Beet" price, at dl th longr time an*particulars,-payy&s 0 oommenoede Fo more SS.i* 11 1 wato1h this column between this date of sale. 28 THOMAand S COCHRAN, JR U5BEDEEHED FLEDGES. PA 8 WMSJ^^ work at 46 washingtou street. 263* ANTEDA woman cook, at 81 Jackson street. 260 a?t?dfor },RI'w ii ^W general'housework. Apply at ell maa'8. Arundel street, between Mar snaii asd Dayton avenues. Reference required. 257 GOOD German girl for general housework. In quire 90 Dayton avenue. 257* V%7ANTEDBy a lady who canyfurnish excellen.- ^REDEEMED PLEDGES- ^i*-^' 8 No. 41 Jackson street. |-OPPOBITEc MERCHANTS HOTElL^S mansard casTstem 8 ftrat winder, with nickel movement, set ruby Jewels rubv pallet, adjustedI to heat, coldand posS.dultproof! glass back, cost S250, for J125. One hunting engine turned case, Jules Jergensen. Jlost celebrated watch In the wcrld, warranted as fin* a time-piece as in the State. CoBt $300, for A solid gold stem winder, mansard case, fine Elgin movement, in splendid condition cost $100, for $40. One key winder, with fine Elgin movement and mansard case, $30. One seventy pwt. hunting case, engine turned, ad justed to at and oold, cost $U9, tor $80. A solid gold hunting casea,u steum1y winder,fineWal-t $U0^fOTC$).mOTement betifI engraved cos Open-faced gold watch, with Jergensen lever and escapement, cost $125, for $60 One bunting case,'18 carat, 60 pwt. case, stem S5P,efor$?^e uck *l movement, cost Se &i An open-face solid gold stem winder, fine Elgin movement, cost $110, for $80. One solid gold engine turned hunting case, with Howard movement that cost $90, warranted to be a very superior time-piece, cost $130, for $65. Solid gold hunting case stem winder, nickel move ment, ruby jewelB, adjusted, engine turned. A very handsome watch, cost $175. for $95. One Mansard hunting ca^e watch for lady, beauti fully engraved, with Lady Elgin movement/for $30. A very handsome lady's gold watch, cost $45,7or One beautiful huntiig sheU case stem winde and Sffi teSo.With 1 m2.8 Bjaary *V6/"* granteed. a man. position as assistant book-keeper in a store or office. Good neu Fta rtffl ^^e dt AddressyM. JAMES, rr^?I7 Si tt !o 2g9 S Elgi movement,r cost e*Hiisitefir8t*olaS8etyle new of gold watch for a mwward case elaborately engravetd with dainty chased band around, stemflgute*',obi winder with the hnest nickel movement, madewby the Elgin Watch company, cost $140, for $75. A dainty little gem ofb6ariDgwatch silver for lady or boy. beautifuUy engrav-d, very handsome black en' Whit6'with S for $10.Wit These are descriptions of only a few of our watches, as we have stock an immense number of all kinds of gold and silver watches of all grades and mat es, aucLal very low prices. The above described watches are all as repre sented, and are warranted to keep good time for one year. DIAMONDS-A ladies'goldd, pinf of beautiful de sign, with Birdn ofa ParadiBewith spread wings, and holdingeanc olive branch in centre, a beautiful dia- dudone e,l lton 2^ neierea$* Addre88 JjB- norses and work ntrom the bird cost $225, for $125. Cue beautiful pin for a lady, a graceful dart: in the centre, a horse shoe with diamond nails and large diamond ia centre oost $150, for $70. A flrst-class three-stone diamond ringlarge, white and beauttfnrl stones cost $260 for $U5 for MOO1"1101"1 rlll(' co* 4Cupid'.s $*5 eu an One ijair diamond ear-riDgs, with enamelled horse shoe setting. Stones whitaei and brilliant, wehrtb 1W carat, for $90. One very fine pair diamond ear-riDgs, weigh 2 for *iooe brMlt Whlt whoBeat has had 'Mbionabl se up an Several very fine nine-stone duster diamond rings for about one-half their value. One solitaire diamond ring, weighs IU carat, a Bra zilian stone, very fine, oost $220, for $110. Soil aire diamond, set up In the hea,d orf a jointed coiled serpent, with ruby eyes. Something new and exquisitely beautif-.l oost $i25, for 60 i^ handsome three-ston ring fo a miss or little girl, really pretty and ridiculonsry cheap at $15. Three-stone diamond ring, surrounded by tur quoise cost $90, for $30. Also a large number of solitaire and cluster rings at bargains. One three-carat diamond stud, cost $850, for $175. One diamond, stone, in rtud, cost $250, for $125 a wht and perfect stone. One-carat stone in stud, cost $125, for $65. Large number of smaller studs from $8 to $40. One of the oelebrated Bardou & Sous' rifle tele scopes. The moBt powerful glass of the kind made. Warranted to magnify a fly at a distance of a nlle to dimensions as large as if on your hand. Can recog nize a person eight miles away. Very compact when closed inches loug open, 40 inches. Cost !$1 0, for $35. Several very handsome Frenoh opera glasses, made by Lemaire and Bardou. One Abalona shell and gold, th beautiful velvet case, made by Bardou 8on, cost $40, for 820. One Lemaire pearl and gold, cost $ 5, for *12. One that cost $20 for $10. One that oost $18 for vme BardoWorldSonfield & glass, the largest size, cost $45, fo.rt French Lemaire field glass Tha most powerful field glass h$22.50. cost $30, for $14. One that cost $28 for $12. Silverware of all kinds ve' cheap. Ladies' solid gold neck chains with pendants and crosses. All kinds of ladies' bracelets, go!d and filled Two very handsome b'ack onyx and gold neck chains at one-half their value. Gold rings and sleeve buttons of every description, Ladies'gold and plated guard chains and gold and plated vests. Charms, Masenio emblems, compasses, etc. Clocks of all kinds and makes, French and Ameri- One engineer's level. Revolvers of all makes, vioto, cneS""' co6t 20 for 8 7 One guitar, one Breech and muzzle loading guns, a large number. The combined can-opener and ice-pick only 10c. Stem winding nutmeg graters 10c. Silver pouches. Those beautiiul kid pouches with magic clasp. 15oIn black, pink and red colors. It is getting cold see our overcoats. Opera glasses to let by the evening at 25c. Money to loan on all goods of value. E. LYTLE. 41 Jaokson street. ^OPPOSITE MERCHANTS HOTEL.^i 273 POINTING. PAINTINGP. F. FITZGIBBON, house and sign painting, No. 137 Jackson street. B4 BOARDING. gentlemen oan find first-class board and elegantly furnished rooms, at $4.60 per week with bathsrooms, hot and cold water, by applying at this office. 259* TAKEN UP. TAKEe water, good phaIe conoinon 22 Mississippi street. .82-84 RENiHouse of ten rooms, well and cistern: fine yard good location. Inquire w! Sheehey, coiner Third and Commercial streets. 281- FOR a N UPSmall brown-cow. Owner can Save sam by proving property and paying csrges to Jos. Wohletz, Little Canada, on Mississippi street, end of line. 280 TAKEN Street ApploftJ. Dr UPBy the subscriber, one brlndle cow with white spots, abont 7 or 8 years old. Owner will please pay charges and take, her away CHARLES BA8TIEU, West St Paul. 280-82 H0B8E8 CARRIAGES &c. FORe 2sl* -3l3 BARGAINS-Cheapest in St. Lot 3, block 5, Rice & Irvine-very cheap. SW^flw tfST?^ "J"" North J4 hSiltrSJIi i bridge dwelling, barn and well One-half aore eur- ero. s^AKjcasb. Cheapest property in the market atApply to OSCAR STEPflfNW^WsSw SALEThree mares, 1,000 and 1,100 weight on jump seat carriage, at 121 Pleasant ave. 280* T. BOWER, WANTEDBuyersBuggiese Building FOR .5 three from earlyselec- pr^ViieVtlalrorTaa^a^* pewa, Pope and 8tevens connH trZ. .'i LEONARD HODGES,St.^"^^ *&** VJTBANGBRIf you want any ood farmi I^ A' IOR SALE- Lease oFf honse and furniture con. tamed thereinL aO121 West Ponrth streetT^MW H- 0 8A 2SL A ALBERTSON'SsO. 31-dAW FOB SALE. LE-Ou Goodrich I street. Seven rooms small cash Da^menta. very cheap. GBIGGS, JOHNSON &JBODM. 285* H ?OR BALE-One of the best payina hoteto to this State, well advertised and verf popular. Lease, furniture, and good will, for sale a* a bargain. Address bo, sie, **o^stTpauT 196* for th oelebrated Emerson, Fisher & Go's Carriages, Phaetons and Spring Wagons. Edward McKinney, Wabashaw street, is sole agent for St. Paul and surrounding country. All correspondence promptly answered, and8work fully warranted. AGeneral J. OREIGH, Salesman MISCELLANEOUS. HICKS' RESTAURANT has been thoroughly ren ovated and put in order for the winter trade. Hicks Is now prepared to Berve those excel ent 25 cent meals to his large ai.d increasing patronage Call and try those meals. 28w3 LESSONS IN GERMAN, FRENCH, BOOK KEEPING AND ARITHMETIC, at reasonable ates, apply to A. 8., 108 St. Peter street. 278-eod NOTICEIihave this day disposed of my one-half Interest the grocery business at 208 East Seventh street, heretofore conducted under firm name of Thos. Swanson & Go.j to Charles Young quist. All bills due the old firm will be collected by me, and all debts of same up to date will be paid by me. THOMAS SWANSON, St. PauL October 20. 1879. 280-82 O. Dl LAUNDRY, 88 E. Third street Good caned for and delivered, 239-38 8TATI0NEBT. BOOK S AN STATIONERY. Blank Books, Fine Enarav imtgs and Fancy Goods. Wedding Stationery, Card Engraving and Artists1 Materials a specialty. Bh.ef-wood Houglx, NOTICE. Crrr CUCRK'S OFNOE, ST. PAUL, J&na., Oct. 21, 1879,\ Notice is hereby given that an election will be held on teiay, HoyemDer 4tn, A. D. 1879, between the hours of 9 o'clock in the forenoon and 5 o'clock in the afternoon, at the usual place of holding elections in the different wards and precincts of the city of St. Paul, for the election of the following city officers, viz: Two special judges of the municipal court of the city of 8t. Paul. THOS. PRENDERGA8T, 28^-9* Citv Clerk. UNDERTAKERS. 0.1. MOCABTHT. J. G, DONKXI,X,Y. McCarthy & Donnelly, (Odd Fellow's Block, Opposite F. 0.) GBNERAL UNDERTAKERS! And dealers hi all kinds of Burial Cases, Casket*, Shrouds, Ha/bita, Robes, Etc. Bodies prepared for burial. Funerals taken charge Ofyand satisfaction guaranteed. 103 ZEPHYB WORSTED GOODS. Mrs. C. Herwegen, ZEPHYR & WORSTED GOODS. SS WEST THIRI STREET, ST. PAUL a83-Tue,Thur&Sat GILDING. GEO. B1AKEM0RE, THE ONLY Practical Gilder In Minnesota. AH kinds of Gold Frames Made to Order, Old frames re-gilt and repafred as good as new, a very low prices. 8S WK8T TUIRD STREET, 8T. PAUL All orders by mail promptly attended to. 925-310 PACKETS. 1870 1879. On and after Wednesday, August 20tb, one of the steamers of the St. Paul & St. Croix Packet Co., will leave Stillwateron the arrival of the 10:10 A. M. train on the St. Paul, Stillwater & Taylors Falls Koad. Beturning, will connect with the 2:25 P. M. train next day, making the trip dally from St. Paul to the Dalles. Purchase tickets at Union Depot, foot of Jaokson street. JOBN H. REAAEY, Manaqer. 184' Levee, St. Paul. INSURANCE. NIAGAEA Fire Insurance Co., of New York, H. M. HART, Agent, 89East Third Street, St-Paul. Teas and Coffees. Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co. UK East Third Street. St. Paul. MACHINERY. IF YOU WANT A Stationary Engine, Upright Portable Engine, Threshing Engine, Hoisting Engine, of any size, call on the ST. PAUL F0UNPKY AND Manufacturing Company, Who have on hand the only stock of first-class machinery In the State. We also dealin all kinds of second-hand machinery and building work. P.O. Box 2575. PresidentW. B. MERRIAM. General ManagerO. N. PARKER. 200-68 Sec, and 1reaa.H. W. TOPPING. J e= SCROLL SAWS. 7 .*s.-a*** 2 5 Cents. 2 5 Cents. THE WEEKLY GLOBE! AJS BIGHT-PAGE, 56 Column Paper, LAKGES PAPER IN THE STATE Sent Post-Paid, from Now Until January 1,1880, FOR TWENTY-FIVE CENTS This Special Offer is made to more tfwroughly introduce the GLOBE. We trust friends throuf/hout the State will make efforts to secure big lists at this low rate. Address, WEEKLY GLOBE, M. Paul, Minn. v*- ?^T^|^W **&&?*&? MUSICAL INSTBUMENT8. STEINWAY PIANOS. A large assortment of styles of these unrivalled in struments, including the Elegant New JParlor Grand, Now on exhibition at our ware-rooms. Owing to Extensive Strikes Among the workmen, all Piano Manufacturers sre advancing their prices, and paitieB intending to pur chase will do well to examiue our immense stock, whioh was purchased Before the Hise. DYE& & H0WAHD, 69E. TMra Street, St. Paul. SEWING MACHINES. THE CELEBBATBD iUt Is without a rival. LUCIE N fAEffiR, .SHWrS,-. 278-91 WEB, UBS EROS., AND Metropolitan Pianos. WESTERN COTTAGE OBGANS And a complete stock of Sheet Music and musics! merchandise. R. C. MUNGER 7 1 Eas Thir Street 207 DISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNESSHIP. Dissolution. The firm of Morton, Moore & Co. is this day dis solved by mutual consent.* Messrs. Morton, Doran & Go. succeed. CHAS. A. MORTON, G. 8. MOOEE, ALFBED WHAKTON. St. Paul, Oof. 3f, 1870. The undersigned have this day formed a co-part nership under the Arm name of Morton, Doran & Co., (succeed ng Morton,- Moore & Co.,) for the transaction o. a general commission and real estate business. Land scrip of, every description, and NorthernPacific railroad stock, specialties. CHA8. A. MORTON, MICHO DOB AN, ALFRED WHARTON, Et. Paul, October 18,1879. 280-82 C. F. PUSCH, Fine Merchant Tailor and Draper, COR. ST. JMCTKft A NTJTTH CX& l FUEL. Griggs, Johnson & Rhodes, Doalers in OOAL & WOOD. Meal Estate Agents and Mortgage Brokers, 29 East IHH Street, St, Paul, t.fGreat Kednction In Prices of Coal. WOOD I_WOOD!-119 MAPLE, OA I I PINE WOOD P. C, WEST Corner Fourth and Market Streets, 80 BOYS! ANOTHER LOT O THSE LS Have Just Arrived, FOR SALE BY No. 35 East Third St.