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in his case be postponed till after the holi
days. Mr. Donne lly, the contestant, is in
The case of Di&bee vs. Hall, of the second
Florida district, will taken up on Thurs
day next and oral arguments be heard.
THK GLOBE HOROSCOPE.
As It Cast's its Ll^ht Upon the CUlctigo Hur
1 Special IVlcgram to.the Globe.
CHICVOO, Dec. The stercotype'phrase, un
changed, tits aptly to our market on wheat and
corn, aj both of these cereals are undoubtedly
governed by clique manipulations. On the
curb wheat for January sold at $ 1.271-4.
Corn was 4SJsC fur May.
rroviiionsThe market was not BO rampant
as the past two days, although the trading has
been very heavy but more lamb-like, as the'
dear creatures were pretty well sheared yester
day, and there was heavy bujiuj by our large
local speculators. As the unreasoning public
referred to had all the load they cared for ao
they did uot cut much of a figure in the rally.
On the i inb February pork Bold at $14.00.
Febrnarj lard at *7 95.
CHICAUO, Dec. 0The sales sf provisions
this week wire ud.ueoedented, beiug 806,000
barrels ot mess poik 435,000 tierces of lard
35,000,000 pounds of meat, equal to 355,000,000
pounds ot produce valued at $28,000,000.
PRIMES AND CASUALTIES.
A BROKEN RAIL.
Caicu.o, Dee. G.A dispatch from Glas
gow, Missouri, says the Chicago & Alton
and Denver passenger and express west
boniul.due here at f:1 this morning, jump
ed tLe track while running at a rapid rate,
making a frightful wreck. Tho engine turn
ed completely over, rolling down a five foot
embankment, and is Ividly damaged. The
baggage ear rnn on down the track. The
express car was clashed against the engine,
and five other cars were thrown off the
track none, however, being overturned.
Thrte coaches, including the sleeper, kept
the took, and the express and baggage oars
and engine are almost totally demolished.
Tho engineer, Pick Mead, was bruised, but
not seriously. The fireman, Harry Lam
martha, was terribly scalded and his recov
ery ia doubtful. The express messenger,
Harry Brosui, was seriously bruised aud
scalded. Nono of the passengers were in
jured. The cause of the accident was a
broken rail at tho switch.
feT. LOUIS SPORTS.
S T. LOUIS, Dec. G.At about six o'clock
this evening a colored waiter at Lindell ho
tel, named Frank Morton, and Ebeu Hicks
quarreled i bout a woman in the waiter's
dining room of tho hotel. Hicks plunged
a large knife into Morton's l&ft lung, and
slashed his left shoulder and arm open, in
flicting mortal wounds. Hicks was arrested.
This afternoon Jno, Brnmo, Jas. Sullivan
and Pat liuwen, roustabouts, got into a row
on the steamer Mollio. Bell and Brunro
knocked Sulliv.m into the river, but the lat
ter was rescued. Bowen then struck Sullivan
a terrific blow on the head, knocking him
overboard, evidently stunning him, for he
immediately sank and wasfdrowned. Bowen
was arrtated, and will bo charged with mur
UNKNOWN 10EC1EB CONVICTED.
BALLSTON, N. Y. Dec. G.Patrick
Lynch, alias Win. A. Calmer, on charge of for
gery has been sentenced to state prison for
four years and six months. refused to
give his real name, place of b'rth or name of
residence or of parents, on the grounds it
would disclose his whereabouts to his family.
Ho is believed to be Montague Flagg, who
resided this county twenty years ago.
The Illinois officer in waiting here with a
requsition for Lynch has now returned.
OIL Cm, Pa.. Dec. 6.Tho Buffalo express
leaving Pittsburgh las evening at o'clock,
on the Alleghaney Valley railway ran into a
land slide two miles below here, and the en
gine was turned into the river and eight coal
cars crushed. The passengers in the rear cars
escaped without injury. Tho fireman, Arthur
Siuinson of Pittsburgh, was crushed in the
wreck, aud at this writing the body has not
been extricated. The track will be cleaned in
time to prevent any detention of coming
YANKTON, Dec. G.Silas Frankbeebe, on
trial for murder of Geo. Landpher at Crow
Wing on the 1th of last July, was to-night
found guilty, after two weeks trial. will
receive death seutenoe next Saturday.
BALTIMORE, Dec. G.During a dense fog
on the Puthisco river, the steamers Planter
and Pope came in collision. Th Planter
was run ashore to prevent sinking. There
was great excitement among the passengers.
A JUST SENTENCE.
CINCINNATI, Dec. G.In the common pleas
court to-day Henry Hulse wai convicted of rape
upon a little school girl named Hattie LToburg,
last winter, and sentenced to the penitentiary
An Accident which Fortunately Terminated
"Without Loss of Life.
Owing to a collision at Elk Mound at a
quarter befoio two o'clock yesterday morn
ing, tho passenger express on the Chicago,
St. Paul & Minneapolis railroad, due in this
city at G:10 o'clock A. M., did not arrive until
2:15 o'clock yesterday afternoon.
The collision took place batween the No.
3 passenger train in charge of Condaotor
Billy Mead and an east bound freight train,
and, with tho exception of the material
damage to tho onginoa and an accident to
the engineer of the freight train, no injury
is reported, the escape of all tho passengers
being almost miraculous.
The latter were shaken up, however, and
while no particular blame 13 attached to the
persons in charge* thns far, the oiroam
stances of the collision are given as follows:
The passenger train left Oklone at 1:20
o'clock yesterday morning, receiving infor
mation at tho above point that she would be
preceded by a Hag train as far as Hudson,
consisting of an engine and caboose, and
that tho regular freight train would bo
switched at Elk Mound until after the pas
senger had passed that point.
According to the best information the
conductor of tho freight had not been ap
prised of the flag train, and after the latter
had passed Elk Mound the freight pulled out
for the east. A few minutes afterwards the
passenger and freight trains collided, and the
escapo of the passengers from fearful and
instantaneous death was simply wonderful.
Tho actual damago was comparatively
light. The engines wore badly shattered,
and John Purdy, the engineer of the freight
train, had one of his feet so badly smashed
between the engiuo and tender that it will
have to be amputated.
Tho company has ordered an investiga
tion, whioh will result in ascertaining the
true reasons for tho collision.
The *u rU Reception to Grant.
NfiwYoitK, Deo. G.-The legislative com
mittoe, ia connection with the reooption of
Gen. Grant, have written tho general that
they Fuppose his visit to this city is deferred
owing to the following letter:
GALENA, 111.Dear Hon. Hamilton Fish,
Jr.Dear Sir: I have your letter of the
28th suggesting that tho 26th or 29th of
December, probably the latter, would be
convenient dajs to have go to New York.
The 20th will suit me quite well, but since I
wrote yon last an invitation has been sent
me to accept a special oar to Key West, Fla.,
and passago from there to Havana to leave
New York, Philadelphia or Washington
about the 20th or 27th of December. If I
accept this I will not go to Ne York before
my return next spring. O the whole I
think it is better to defer going until that
time. If any thing should detain me 90 as
to make it necessary to go to Ne York, I
will inform you as soon as I am made aware
of it. Very trnly yours, TJ. 8. GRANT.
Grant Plants a Tree.
CHICAGO, Dec. CGen. Grant Ibis after
noon took a hand in the tree planting at
South Park, by invitation of the park com
missioners. An Americaen weepin elm 7
To Be Sold At a
AT 9 O'CLOCK A. M.
ComerTIM and Was te Streets.
marked to a friend he would go out and take
a walk, since when he has not been seen nor
are his whereabouts known. Financial em
barrassment is the supposed cause of the
Important Cha: ges Adopted bv the Nation
BUFFALO, Dec. 5.The final session of the
league base ball convention was held to day
and the ection of umpires for 1880 was made,
but will not be made publio until the persons
selected accept. Further changes were made
in the constitution an follows: Giving a club
the right to suspend a player for drunkenness
or insubordination for part of a Beason and all
following seasons, during which time he shall
not be allowed to play in or against the league
giving the home club the power to enforce its
ground rules against visiting clubs and
compelling a club to remain over and
play off or postponed games, provided
it does uot detain them from fulfilling the
series at other places and allowing a league
club to play non-league clubs which are more
than four miles beyond the corporate limits of
said league city. This limit was formerly five
mile The rule was made to accommodate
Albany aud Troy, and changing playing rules
by compelling a catcher to catch the third
strike on the fly, the bound being abolished.
The meeting adjourned to meet at the call of
the president previous to April next, when the
schedule will be presented.
MewTiork Bank Statement.
NEW YORK, Dec. 6.The following is the
woekly statement of New York associated
banks: Loans, dcrease, $ 338,860
Specie, increase 2,450,330
Legal tenders, decrease: 2,098,500
Deposits, decrease 105,400
Circulation, increase 239,300
Reserve, increase 403,150
The hanks now hold $7,674,675 in excess of
MONEY AND TIJADE.
Money and Stocks.
Nw YOBK, Dec. 6.Governments strong on light
business. Railroad bonds firm and higher St. Paul
& Sioux City firsts no sales Cleveland, Columbus &
Indiana Central firsts nosales do seconds no sales.
State securities neglected and unchanged.
StocksSpeculation to-day was somewhat weak in
early dealings, but as the day advanced a strong and
buoyant tone characterized the dealings, and imder
steady purchases a material advance iu prices was
established. The most conspicuous in the improve
ment were the coal shares, Missouri, Kansas & Texas,
Erio, Western Union, St. Louis & San Francisco aud
the granger stocks. At the opening the market fell
off li3)iy per cent but lecovered sharply and ad
vanced Va@4!4 per cent., the latter In New Jersey
Central. The upward movement was assisted by re
ports, whioh were generally accepted, that the bear
clique had been dissolved and that prominent mem
bers thereof were large buyers in late dealings.
Final dealings were at or nearly tho best figures of
the day, except Western Union, which fell off 1&@
2 per cent, from the highest point. Hannibal St.
Joe was strong throughout and closed at the best
prices of the day, with an improvement of 5i@lH
per cent. The St. Joe Topeka railway, running
between St. Joe and Atchison, has just been pur
chased for Jay Gould and will be used as a connec
tion of the Missouri Pacific.
At tho close transactions aggregated 290,000 shares,
of which 67,000 wore Erie 7,000 Lake Shore &
Michigan Southern 15,000 Chicago & Northwestern
15,500 Milwaukee St. Paul 14,000 Delaware, Lacka
wanna Western 13,000 New Jersey Central 3,200
Delaware & Hudson 1,200 Michigan Central 2,700
Cleveland, Columbus & Indiana Central 2,5.0 Han
nibal & St. Joe 6,500 Ohio Mississippi 6,000 West
ern Union: 7,000 Pacific Mail 11,100 Wabash, St,
Louis Pacific 3,500 Missouri, Kansas & Texas
6,300 Indianapolis, Cincinnati & Lafayette 1,300 St.
Louis San Francisco 1,200 Nashville, Chattanooga
& St. Louis, and 1,300 Atlantic & Pacific Telegraph.
Money easy at 5@6, closing at 6 per cent. Prime
mercantile paper 5!4@7 per oent. Sterling exchange,
bankers' bills quiet at 8254 sight exchange on New
The following were the dosing quotations:
Coupons,'81 108? New* per cents.... 10354
New 6s 102% Currency 6a
New4V4e* 105% Pacific 6s,'95 120
Chi. & Rook Island 118 Terre Haute 17
Panama 161 Terre.Hautepfd..... 39 For Wayne l] 2
Clevel'd & Pittsburg.lOC
Illinois Central 99
0. B. & 120H
Chicago Alton 98
Chicago & Alton pfd.117
New York Central. 13854
Lake Shore 10454
Canada Southern... 7254
Michigan Central... 94%
Erie preferred 69
Northwestern 9 9
do preferred 105
MU. & St. Paul 73^
Mil. & St. Paid pfd 99
Chi.St P. & Minn... 46
St. P. &S. 36
St.P. *S. C. pfd.. 71
Del. Lack. West'n 84%
Morris & E*sex 103
Delaware & Hudson. 76%
New Jersey Central. 78%
Ohio & Mississippi.. 2954
do preferred 5754
Chesapeake & Ohio. 18
Max Maretiek iu a Strait.
S T. LOUIS, Dec. Max Maretzek, man
ager and director of the Maretzek English
Opera company, now performing at the
Grand Opera house in this city, has been
missing since Thursday morning. When
last seen he was pacing the rotunda of the
Lindell hotel in a nervous manner and ro-
C.O.C. &I 75}j O. P.Bonds HI
O C.&I.C 20& U.P.Boud3 110J
Ind., Cin. & Laf.. 4 UP. land grant ll.y2
B.,C. R. &N. 69 Sinking fund 113J
Tennessee 6s, old.. 31 Deferred 8
Tennessee CB, new.. 29 Missouri Gs 107
Virginia 6s, old '28 Louisiana consols 40K
Virginia 6s, new 2d St. Joe li iyt
foreign Money Market.
LOHDON, Dec 65 M.
Money 97 1-16 Account 92l/2
UNITED STATES SECURITIES.
New4&B 109& Erie preferred
New Is 107
W 8t XJ & Pacific 43J 4
do preferred.. 68)4
Hannibal & St. Joe 33*4
do preferred 63
Iron Mountain 4654
St. L4S.F 44
do preferred. 53
do 1st preferred.. 71J4
Mo. Kansas Texas 32%
Union Pacific 86
Eausse Pacific 92
Northern Pacific.... 29'/i
do preferred.. 55
Louisville Nashv'l 8654
Houston ft Texas... 46
Western Union Tel. 10754
A. it P. Telegraph.. 4554
Pacific Mali 3154
Little Pittsburgh 315
Adams Express.... 104
United States 483
Quicksilver pfd 6154
Mobile & Ohio 2054 Lehigh & Wtlkesb'rellO
Illinois Central 102M
Pennsylvania Central 60
New Jersey Contra!.
-Three per centa., 82f 5Jc for account.
MARKETS IN DETAIL.
The following quotations giving the range of the
markets during the day were received by
MORTON, I)ORAN & Co.,
LrvEKPOOl., Dec. 6
Floating cargoes firm
Naw YOBK, Deo. 6, 11:00
opens Vic higher. Hatch buying.
Naw YOBK Dec. 6, 1:00 p. M.Wheat
closes strong fully .c up from yesterday.
10:00 A. M.Wheat strong.
Cargoes on passage moder-
MEW YOBK, Dec. 6, 2:
lc up since close strong.
125X 123% 121 124 124
9:45 A. at 13.6754
12:00 13 60
12:45 P. 13.65
125 125% 125V, 125?i
9:45 A. at 7.7254
12:45 p. 7 7254
1:00 p. 7.7754
MARKETS BT TELEGRAPH,
MnwAUMB, Deo. 6.Flour inactive and firmer.
Wheat opened firm and %o lower and closed firm
No. 1 hard $1.25!4 No. 1, 1 2554 No. 2, 1.2454
December 1.24H January 1.25i February 1.2714
No. 8, 1.1054 Mo. 4, 1.0354 rejected 1.G0. Corn
scarce and higher No. 2, 42o. Oats firmer No. 2,
34Vic. Bye quiet No. 1, 76c. Barley strong No. 2,
77%c. Provisions nominally lower mess pork e.sy
at $13.25 cash 13.66 January. Lard, prime steam,
$7.75 cash 7.90 January. Receipts, 11,979 barrels
Sour 94,410 bushels wheat 3,740 bushe barley.
Shipments, 13,602 barrels flour 7,240 bushels wheat
13,3^7 bushels barley.
CHICAGO, Dec. 5 Flour steady and unchanged,
Wheat unsettled, but generally lower No. 1 Chicago
spring $1.2714 No. 2 Chicago spring 1 25? bid
cash 1.27 January 1.2854 February No. 3 Chicago
spring l.Il4 rejected-95@9654c Corn irregular
40%@tlc cash 414@41? February 462@46%o
May rejected 38c. Oats strong and higher 34X@
35c cash 3554@35%c Jauuary 39c May rejected
31o. Bye steady 77o. Barley easier: 90&91c. porfc
unsettled and generally lower $13.60 cash 13 00
December email@example.com January firstname.lastname@example.org
March. Lard unsettled and generally lower $7.20
cash 7.80 asked January. Bulk meats, $4.75%@
6.68. Whisky steady at $1.11 Receipts, 18,000 bar
rels flour 110,000 bushels wheat 143,000 bushels
corn 22,000bushels oats 1,400 bushels rye 25,000
bushels barley. Shipments, 12,000 barrels flour
29,000 bushels wheat 46,000 bushels corn 9,000
bushels oats 2,500 bushels rye 21,000 bushels
CHICAGO, Deo. 6.The Drovers' Journal reports
hog receipts 39,000 shipments, 20,000 market
very much depressed 2025c lower mixSd packing
$4 50&4.76 choice heavy 4 email@example.com light 4.60fi^L80v
Cattle, receipts 1,600 shipments 2,5W0 generally
firmer and fairly active fair to good shipping $3.60
@4.80 fseders and ttockers steady, but choice firm
er not quotably higher 2.00(82.60. Sheep, receipts
and shipments none steady $2.504.75
Niw YOBK. Deo. 6.Cotton nominal at 135*1354c
futures unsettled. Flour strong receipts 16,000 bar
rels superfine state and western $firstname.lastname@example.org com
mon to good extra 7.75@7 90 good to choice 5.95
7.75 white wheat extra 5.50@ 25 extra Ohio 5.80
@7.B0 Bt. Louis 5.75@3 00 Minnesota patent pro
cess 7.00(33.65. Wheat strong receipts 350,000 bush
els ungraded spring $email@example.com No. 8 sprir.g 1.35
@1-S6 No. 2 Milwaukee 1.40 in store ungraded
winter red 1401.5054 No. 3 do 1.45 No. 2 do
1.5154 No. 1 do 1.63 mixed winter 1.40 steamer
do 1.4354^1.44: ungraded amber 1.48 No. 2 do
1.51Q1.S154 No. 1 do 1.52@l-5254 ungraded white
firstname.lastname@example.org No. email@example.com So. 1 do sales 34,000
bushels at 1.49Q1.50 No. 9 red December, sales 72,-
0)0 bushels at 1 61K@1.B3 January, sales 828,000
bushelB at 1.54H@1.56H Jaauary by sample, sales
48,000 bushels at firstname.lastname@example.orgW February, sales 112,-
000 bushels at 1.58541.60 February by sample, saleB
66,000bushels at 1.03H@l.3l/4-
western 9l@92o. Corn, good export demand re
ceipts 82,000 bushels ungraded 61K@63&o No. 3,
6lo No. 2Dece iber,i.3cbid 63tfo asked Janu
ary 6354c Oats heavy receipts 106 bushels mixed
western 49@504o white western 50@57o. Hay, good
demand at 60@65o. Hops dull yearlings 7@18c
eastern and western S3@87o Now York state 3348480.
Coffee quiet Bio cargoes 1454 17J4o job lots 1454
19540. Sugar dull and nominal fair to good re
fining 8%@954o. MolasBes nominally unchanged.
Rice steady. Petroleum dul united $1.2154 crude
l.O754@1.0854 refined 1. 8%. Tallow, fair demand
at 6%@7o. BoBin dull at $1.60. Turpentine firm at
$1.41 asked. Eggs dull western lt@22c. Pork firm
mesa $12.75. Beef quiet and steady. Cut meats dull
and unchanged western long clear middles $7.50
short clear 7.75. Lard steady: prime steam $8.00
8.10. Butter heavy western 143fio. Cheese
steady western 813c. Whisky nominal at $1.17.'
Leather aotive Hemlock sole, Buenos Ayresand Bio
Grande light middles and heavy weights 28@31o.
Wool firm domestlo fleece 42@6754o pulled 26
65o unwashed 18@36o. Manufactured copper steady
new sheathing 38o Ingot lake 2154c Pig iron quiet
Scotch pig 24(a28ci8l)o. BusBia sheeting 1354c Nails,
out $3.70 clinch 4 email@example.com.
BOSTON, Deo. C.Flour steady and firm western
superfine $6 005.25 common extra5 firstname.lastname@example.org Wis
consin do 6.766 25 Minnesota do email@example.com
winter wheats, Ohio and Miohigan firstname.lastname@example.org Illi
nois and Indiana, 6 email@example.com St. Louis firstname.lastname@example.org
Wisconsin and Minnesota patent spring wheats,
email@example.com winter wheats 7.2M&8.25. Corn firm
old mixed and yellow 63@65o new6l@64o. Oats
firm white and No 2 mixed 44Ho. Bye, $1.00.
ANTWEBP, Dec 6Petroleum 'J&% f.
LONDON, Dec. 6.Befinedpetroleum 9s iyti. Spir
its turpentine 29s 6d.
LrvEBPooL, Deo. 6.Cotton, 7 1-167 3-lCd
saleB 10,000 bales for speculation and export 2,000
bales. Bacon, short clear, 40s.
NEW YOBK, Dec. 6.Cotton goods in steady de
mand and prices constantly advancing. Low grade
ticks are scarce and higher. Atlantic brown sheet
ings will be further advanced Monday. Prints are
firm and robes and solids scarce Men's wear wool
ens are in fair demand and firm. Flannels and
blankets are in good request, firm and in light sup
ply. Foreign goods are quiet, but shirtings and lin
ens are higher.
WILL OFPEB ON
Monday, December 8th,
Ladies' Heavy Merino Vests and Pants, 28
Ladies' Heavy Merino Vesta and Pants, 35
Ladies' Heavy Merino Vests and Pants, 45
Ladies' Fine Heavy Merino Vests and Pants,
50 cents each.
Ladies' Extra Fine Merino Vests and Pants,
75 cents each.
Ladies' Scarlet Wool Vests and Pants,
$ 1.25 each, worth $1.75.
Ladies' Fine Scarlet Wool Vests and Pants,
$1.50 each, worth $2.00.
Ladies' Extra Fine Scarlet Wool Vests and
Pants, $1.75, worth $2.50.
Ladies' Fine French Cashmere Vsts and
Pants in Cardinal, Light Blue, Pink.
Ladies' "Union Suits," (vests and pants knit
in one piece,) allsizes, 2G to 38, at $2.00
per suit, worth $2.75 to $3.00.
150 dozen Children's Merino Vests and
Pants, from 20c up.
Boys' Scarlet Wool Shirts and Drawers.
Boys' Shetland Mixed Shirts and Drawers.
Boys' White Shirts and Drawers.
100 dozen Gents' Shirts and Drawers
from 40 cents np, including the celebrated
"New Britain" and the "Medlicot." Extra
heavy six threaded Scotoh Wool Underwear
at much lower prices than same qualities can
be bought at elsewhere.
Our Gents' Unlaundried Shirts at 85c,
$1.00, $1.25 our Gents' Fine White Shirts
at $1.00, $1,25, $1.50, and our Gents' Cus
tom Made, Wamsutta Night Shirts, at $1.00,
all "BEAT THE WORLD."
126% 126% 125%
10:15 10:30 10:45 11:00 12154 125M
11:15 124 125S
11:30 12454 125 ft
11:45 1245% 126
12:00 M. 121 125%
12:15 p. M. 12454 125%
12:30 12:45 12154 125%
1:00 124 125Ji
Wheat, receipts in Chicago, 104,47 bushels
shipments 29,524 bushels.
Wheat receipts in Milwaukee 94,410 bushels, ship
ments 7,240 bushels.
9:30 A. 40V
9=45 41% 46X
11:15 4154 4654
12:45 P. 46%
1:00 P.M 40% 4634
Corn receipts In Chicago, 143,684 bushels ship
ments, 45,695 bushel 1.
126% 127 127*"
127}* 12754 126* 126J4 m%
125% 126* 127
ABE NOW RECEIVING IN THEIR
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THE SAINT PAUL DAILY GLOBE, MONDA MOBNING, DECEMBE 8, 1879.
By quiet No a
FI VE CENTS A LI NE
91 East Third Street,
A Large and Elegant Line of Car
pets, Turkish, Smyrna and Persian
Hugs. Raw Silk, Plush, Bammey,
Swiss, Etomine and Antique Cur
tains. Bed Sets in all the New
Styles. Housekeeping Linens in
Great Variety, which we Import
direct, and in which we offer Great
Minneapolis Fine Blankets and
Lap Robes, we have a Large Stock
and sell them at Mill Prices.
onres Golds, Pneumonia, Bronchitis, Asthma,
Croup, Whooping Congh, and all diseases of
the Breathing Organs. It soothes and henls
the membrane of the Lungs, inflamed and
poisoned by tho disease, and prevents the
night- sweats and tightness ncroseg the chest
whioh accompany it. CONSUMPTION ia
not an incurable malady. It is only neces
8ary_to have the right remedy, and HALL'S
BALSAM is that remedy. DON'T E
SPATE O RELIEF, for this benign specific
will core yon, even though professional aid
Tho Most Powerful Healing Agent
Henry's Carbolic Salve cares sores.
Henry's Carbolic Salve allays pain.
Henry's Carbolic Salve cores eruptions.
Henry's Carbolic Salve heals pimples.
Henry's Carboiio Salve heals braises.
A for Henry's, and Take N Other.
1^-BEWABE OF COUNTERFEITS ^J
Oil Paintings, Engravings,
Pictures and Frames, irt Books
aud Stndip?, Juvenile Boolts,
Toys and Gaines, Swis
Italian and Japanese Gocdet.
Panels, Pearl Shells, placquea, HoTse-shoes, Fans
and other Novelt es for Decorating
COS. XBIBD & WABA8HAir.
AdvertliemeatiIn this columnare published
at five eenti a Una each lnsertioa, but is
ordartoprovath* afflcioncyof the GLOBE aa
an advertising medium, and also ta aid the
unemployed, we will publish for twenty-live
eeata, a three-line advertisement, of Situa
tions Wanted and Situations Offered,and con
tinue the advertisementuntilthe objectsought
for is accomplished. For twenty-five cents,
the man out of work can advertise for a situa
tion antil hefindsone.
Each line over the three, to cost five oeats
oer line each insertion.
cei.trally located, containing
about si rooms. Address House," this
A good, competent teacher, to whom
a liberal will be paid. Apply to FB.
KLOEPPING, ltosemouut, Minn. 827-33
Wanted, by an American, in a
mercantile Best of references. Ad
dress, 293 E. Seventh street 322*
respeotable young ladies for
the ballet, at Theatre Comique, Miune
apolia. Apply at the theatre after 11 A.M. 820*
ANTEDEverybody to know that my Oyster
and Restaurant is now kept open till mid
night. W. B. BOOTH. 291j
WANTEDFor a most popular book,
which is a necessity for every business man
and in every family. Agents wanted in St. Paul aud
Minneapolis, and in every county in the State For
terms apply to W. L. BOSEJCBEBGEB, General
Agent for Minnesota, at St. Cloud, Minn. 289*
cook, washer and ironer for a
small family, at Fort Snelling. Apply at 84
Summit avenue in this city. 825'
ar Counte during the holidays Apply at 7 8
Wabaehaw street. 323*
or woman to cook. Only com
petent hel need apply. Corner of Ninth and
Canada streets. 313*
or two men to introduce anew
letter book. Address GEO N. OULVEB,
327* 13G West Third street.
A good boy to do chores about the
house. at 75 Von Mindeu street, corner
Western avenue. 326*
boy of good character to do chores,
&c. Permanent situation, and time to go to
school in winter. Address "GBEEN," this office.
riEBMAN BOY WANTED-In erocery store.
IX Beferences required. A boy tolearn the busi
ness Apply to 232 East Seventh street. 324-
YOUNG MAN (26) wishes to find employment of
any kind hard, manual labor excepted. Was
formerly manager of a paper mill. Address J., this
by a young man to work
for board two three mouths. Address H.
M., this office. 320-
young man who is willing and able
to work wishes some employment, or a place
where he can learn a trade. Address J. this of
XjyANTEDBy a capable young manany kind of
indoor employment, or light outdoor. Em
ployment more object than wages. Befereuces.
302" Address H.t this ofilce.
WANTEDA situation by a practical
engineer.. Can furnish good references. Address J. E
GLOBE office, St. Paul, Minn. 323*
situation, by a young mau in a
store Served 16 years to the pawn
brokering business in England. Can be well recom
mended by present employer. Good salesman. Ad
dress 38 East Sixth street, St. Paul. 319*
TTTANTEDSituation to take care of horses or
work about house. Address JOSEPH HAN
SON, this ofilce. 318*
in drug store by druggist of
5 years' experience. Understand the business
thoroughly. Address Druggist, care of GLOBB of
a man who thoroughly under
stands th business, a place to take care of
horses, or place as restaurant or private house cook
Address J. D. K., this office. sw
by an experienced and
reh ble book-keeper for part of each day.
Satisfactory references will be given. Address
"ACCOUNTANT," 116 E. Third St. 313*
a well qualified druggist, of good
moral character, speaking also the German
language, a position. Address Druggist, care of
Leitoer, Third street, St. Paul, Minn. 310*
at any honorable business
by a youn American willing to work. Ad
dress L. B. W., this office. 312*
TJfTANTEDOffice work, or at any general indoor
T* businessage 20 excellent references five
years expert ncc. Willing to work for smaU c*i
pensation. Address A. W. ECKHABT, Windsor
Hotel, Minneapolis. 311*
WANT TO WOBK IN A STOBE or office, or
elsewhere. Will take hold. My age. 16 years.
Address, TBUXTON, this office. 306*
man who thoroughly
understands the of horses, harness, &c.
Compensation not as much an object as employ
meut. Address HABBY, this office. 311
TEDBy a youDg man, work in store or
hotel or will take care of horses. Address W
BEED, No 800 First street, N. Minneapolis. 311*
by young man to work about
store in any capacity, or will .drive team and
work about house. Best of references. Address
O. B., this office. 309*
DESIRE a position as salesman in some good
house ample referencessmall compensation
expected at first. Address "THIEBS," this office
a young man who is willing to
work, and furnish references, a place to
take care of horses and do chores. Address A. J.,
this office. 308'
a good miller, who can furnish
references steady employment. Address J.
B., Arlington House, Faribault, Minn. 305*
TITANTEDSituation by a young man as clerk in
grocery or other business. Can furnish best
of references. Address O. L. D., GLOBE office.
situation as second girl, or to do
sewing. references furnished. Apply
at 294 Broadway. 313
competent girl for second
ca secur same immediately, by ap
plying at 46 Washington street. 313*
TXTANTEDBy a competent dressmaker, cutter and
fitter, a~few more engagements by the day in
private families. Apply over 94 West 3d St. 308*
RENTFlat of throe rooms, up stairs, fur
nished or unfurnished. Apply at 87 East
Eighth street. 827-33
TT\0 BENTFurnished front room, three minutes
JL walk from postoffice. Enquire at 29 Fort street.
References required. 390-
BENTSeveral very nice rooms in the Mc
Quillan Block, corner of Wabashaw and Third
streets. Suitable for offices or sloeping rooms. In
quire of MEAD & THOMPSON, in the building.
RENTHouse of four rooms and cellar, with
stable, in Sixth ward. Apyly to A. E. MELL-
GREN, 15 East Third street, up-stalrs. 319
VIOB BENTDwelling, corner of Maple and Se
enth streets. Enquire of Wm. Lee & Co. 316*
BfcNTStore and fixtures, No. 95 Jackson
street. Stock of boots aud shoes tobe sold at
and below cost. 322-28
OB BENTStore No 79 Jackson street. Inquire
of J. A. ELDBIDGE, on remises. 303*
REAL ESTATEin the City.
FOR SALEOne of the best paying
hotels in this State, well advertised and very
popular. Lease, furniture, and good will, for sale at
a bargain. Address box 566. P. O., St. Paul 196*
ESTATE BARGAINSCheapest in St.
Lot 3, block 5, Bice Irvinevery cheap.
Nineteen acresTen acres cultivated. North tt
SW. 8W. 4 Sec. 17,T. 29, B. 22 three miles from
bridge dwelling, barn and well One-half acre cur
rants, seventy-five apple trees, strawberry beds, etc,
etc. $2,200 cash. Cheapest property in the market.
Apply to OSCAB STEPHENSON, 33 Wabashaw
In the Country,
AAA ACRES choice farm lands, early seleo
tions, convenient to railroad stations,
prune wheat lands or natural meadows, at yon may
prefer. In tracts of 160to640acres, lnSandlyohLOlup
pewa, Pope and Stevens counties, for sale by
LEONARD B. HODGE8. St. PauL Minn. 31-d*w
COAL STOVE FOR SALE, No. 22 East
Third street. 327*
O. D. LAUNDRY, 88 B. Thlrt
street. Good called for and delivered. 239-38
It/KU'USU SVBIMJ brul wnttjiUlfttir
TT orders at St. Paul Rubber store, 42 E. 3rd st.
4 BARGAIN IN CLOTHING AND FINE UN-
J\_ DEBWEAB.I wttl close ont in the next 30
days a large line of Sue clothing and underwear at a
very low figure. I have recently made a purchase of
over $10,000 worth of ready made clothing, princi
pally men's wear in fine caesimere and worsted suite
that I will offer until closed out at very low figures'
COO overcoats at from $1-50 tog20. Also a full line
of underwear at from 25 cents each to 33.00. The
above 6tock was bought as a "job" and will bo closed
out at much less figures than the same goods can be
bought for elsewhere. P. T. KAVANAGH,
Commission Auctioneer, No. 33 East Third Street
FIVE CENT S A LINE
Cass Co,, D. T., Farming landsfor Sale.
All of section 28, hi town 140, range 61, 640 acres
This splendid property immediately adjoins the
celebrated "Dalrymple farm." Price 8,000. on easy
terms. MOBTON, DOBAN & CO., St. Paul. 313
All of section 8, all of seotion B, tnd south half
and north-east quarter of section 17, all In town
ship 137, range 53 west, containing 1,760
acres of choice wheat land. Price $5 per
acre, In not less than 160 sere tracts. Address or ap
ply to MOBTON, DOBAN & CO. 812
The south half of section 34, township 139, range
51, containing 820 acres of choice wheat land, and
distant from N. P. railroad only five miles. Price
low and terms easy. Apply to or address
312 MOBTON, DOBAN & CO.
The southwest quarter of section 6, in township
138, range 52, containing 160 acres. Distant from
Northern Paclfio railroad about seven miles. Choice
wheat land. Price low and terms easy. Address or
apply to MORTON, DOBAN & CO. 812
The southwest quarter of section 20, in township
141, range 50 west, containing 160 acres. Situated
eight miles immediately north of Mapleton. Supe
rior wheat land. Price low and terms easy. Address
or apply to MORTON, DORAN & CO. 312
Ramsey Coun^Laiifls for Sale.
That desirablo piece of pr perty formerly known
as the "Hopkins place," later as "Shield's addition
to Rosevllle," west of the Driving Park, on Melrose
avenue, containing 75V4 acres. This valuable proper
ty Is adjacent to the "Hamline University," lies
beautifully, aud will be sold at a great bargain, and
upon terms to suit the purchaser.
312 MORTON, DOBAN CO St. Paul.
That splendid piece of property upon which is lo
cated the Observatory, in Reserve township, between
the cities of St. Paul and Minneapolis. Price low
and terms easy. Address or apply to
312 MOBTON, DORAN &,CO.
To CapitaUstni Investors.
LAKE VADNAI8 PARK.This magnificent prop
erty is situated just 5H miles north of the Metro
politan hotel, on one of the most beautiful lakes in
the State. The property belongs to a partnership
recently dissolved by the death of one of the part
ners, and is offered by us at lass than fifty per cent
of its value. There are about 500 acres In the tractr
with three-quarters of a mile front upon the lake.
For picturesque scenery and beautiful surroundings,
this property is not fcurpjissed in the State. Its ac
cessibility to St. Paul (only half an hour's drive)
commeuds it as infinitely superior as a summer re
sort to any other in Ramsey county. For full par
ticulars, address or apply to
312^ MORTON, DOBAN & CO., St. Paul.
City Treasurer's Sale.
OFFICE OF THE CITY TBEASTJEEU,
ST. PADX, MINNESOTA, Dec. 6, 1879.
Notice is hereby given, that under and by
virtue of a judgment entered on the 5th day of
Dec, 1879, in the District Court, second
judicial district, Ramsey county, State of Min
neeota, against the hereinafter described real
estate, situate, lying and being in said city and
county, on an assessment warrant for
THE GRADING OF BATES AVENUE, FROM
FOURTH BTREET TO SEVENTH
in said city of St. Paul, the undersigned will,
on Friday, the 19th day of December, 1879,
at 10 o'clock in tho forenoon, at the front
door of the City Treasurer's office, in the city
of St. Paul, county of Ramsey, offer for sale
at public auction, as provided by law, to the
best bidder for cash, the following described
real estate, to-wit:
Lyman Dayton's Addition.
Supposed owner and Ain't of
description. Lot. Block. Judgm't.
Benjamin Wright 1 25 $123 86
Lucy Stittger and Ignatius
WiU 22 25 123 86
Anne Donovan, com'g 140 ft nw'ly
from the intersection of n'ly
line of Sixth st with e'ly line of
Bates ave, on e'ly line of said ave
th ne'ly on line of land owned by
Mary A Kinkel 120 ft th nw'ly par
allel with Bates ave 80 ft th sw'ly
120 ft to a point on e'ly line of said
ave 80 ft nw'ly from beg th se'ly 80
ft to beg, being part of blk 12, Ly
man Dayton's addition to St. Paul. 41 94
All in the city of St. Paul, county of Ramsey
and State of Minnesota.
326-30 F. A. RENZ, City Treasurer.
City Treasurer's Sale.
OFFICE OF THE CITY. TREASURES,
ST. PAUL, MINN., Dec. 6,1879.
Notice is hereby given that under and by vir
tue of a judgment entered on the 5th day of
Dec, 1879, in the District Court, second
judicial district, Ramsey county, State of Minne
sota,against the hereinafter described real estate,
situate, lying and being in said city and county,
on an assessment warrant for
THE CONSTRUCTION OF A SEWER ON
WABASHAW STREET, FROM SEVENTH
STREET TO COLLEGE AVENUE,
In said city of St. Paul, the undersigned will,
on Friday, the 19th day of December. 1879, at
10 o'clock in the forenoon, at the front door
of the City Treasurer's office in the city of St.
Paul, county of Ramsey, offer for sale at pub
lic auction as provided by law, to the best bid
der for cash, the following described real estate,
Bazille & Guerin's Addition.
Supposed owner and Am't of
description. Lot. Bl'k. Judgm't.
Peter Pfeifer 10 12 $107 18
Same 9 12 107 18
Same 8 12 107 18
Same 7 12 107 18
Andrew Gleasun, e'ly 5 11 107 18
Same, e'ly 8 11 107 18
George W Cunningham,
J^ofmiddlo^ 12 8 54 26
John W Cunningham, n)4.
of middle 12 8 54 26
Andreas Asher, of
B'ly^ofB^ 1 8 54 26
Daniel Valentine 7 7 210 01
Wm White, 1S% ft n'ly
ofs'ly37f 6 1 40 72
All in the city of St. Paul, county of Ramsey
and State of Minnesota,
326-30 F. A. RENZ, City Treasurer.
OFFICE OF THE CITY TBEASDBEB,
ST. PACT,, MINN., Dec. 4th, 1879.
All persons interested in the assessments for
the grading of Park avenue from Martin
street to Sycamore street,
WILL TAKE NOTICE
that on the 3d day of December, 1879, I did
receive a warrant from the City Comptroller
of the city of St. Paul, for the collection of the
above named assessments.
The nature of this warrant is, that if yon
fail to pay the assessment within
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, Mimnesota, for judg
ment against your lands, lots, blocks, or parcels
thereof 60 assessed, including interest, cost and
expenses, and for an order of the Court to sell
the same for the payment thereof.
F. A. RENZ,
324-34 City Treasurer.
5 7 XAMT THIRD 8XJMEJCT.
City Treasurer's Office.
ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA, Dec. 3rd, 1879.
To the' owners of the property condemned for
opening an alley in block 3, Rice & Irvine's
You are hereby notified that the .money to
pay for the damages for the opening of an al
ley in Block 2, Rice & Irvine's addition, from
Seventh street to Ninth street, is now in the
City Treasury and is ready to bo paid to you.
Your title to the land condemned for the
above imsrovement will have to be examined
by the City Attorney, and approved by bim
before the money is paid.
IS A OTTT OS* OTXX
Looated at Head of Navlgattom, on the Mississippi
River, and the
Terminus of 15 Lines or Railroad,
Throughout Minnesota, Iowa and Wisconsin, and
through Dakota Territory and into the
As a Commercial and Manufacturing Center, St.
Paul offers Immense Advantages, the Wholesale
Trade already Beaching Over
30 MILLIONS ANNDALLY!
Below will be found a List of the
Which Business Men throughout the Northwest will
do well to preserve for reference:
A H.LINDEKE&BRO.,9E. Third St.
ESTEBLEY & HEINEMANN, Wholesale and
Retail, 103 and 105 Seventh, corner of Jackson St.
NOYES BROS, CUTLER, 68 and 70 Sibley S
FURS FEATHERS, GINSENG, ETC.
A. O. BAILEY, 10 Jackson S
FURNITURE, FEATHER8, MATTRESSES.
SHERWOOD HOUGH, Cor. Third and Wabashaw.
ST. PAUL HARVESTER WORKS Robert 4th.
D. BUPOBD & CO., 149 E Third St.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
SCHLIEK CO, 59 E. Third and 23 Wabashaw.
Burt's Fine Shoes, Sole Agency 69 E. Third street
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
SHEBWOOD HOUGH, Cor. Third and Wabashaw.
8T PAUL BOOK AND BTATIONEBY CO., 87 E.
CARRIAGES AND SLEIGHS.
QUINBT HALLOWELL, 54 to 68 Robert street.
A. NIPPOLT, Cor. Seventh and Sibley streets.
COMMISSION, FRUITS AND PRODUCE.
HOXSIE & JAGGAB, 14 Jackson S
CARPETS, WALL PAPER8, ETC.
JOHN MATHEIS, 11E. Third St.
W. L. ANDERSON, 86 E. Third S
AUEBBAOH, FINCH, OULBEBTSON & CO.,
50 to CO Jackson St.
STEB BEOS., 51 E. Third St. Established 1850.
P. H. KELLY CO., 142 to 148 E. Third street.
HARDWARE, TOOLS, ETC.
KINGSBURY & DRAPER, 35 E. Third ftreet.
JEWELERS AND WATCHMAKERS.
EMIL GEIST, 57 E. Third S
MAX W1TTELSHOPEB, 71 E. Third St.
LOANS, INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE-
THOS. COCHBAN, JR., 11 Wabashaw S
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER HAIR.
SANDERS MATHEWS, 71 and 72 Levee.
WM CONSTANS, 8 Jackson St.
NOTIONS, JOB LOTS-WHOLESALE.
BBECHEB, BECHT CO., 104 E. Third St
FAIRBANKS' STANDARD SCALES.
Grocers' Fixtures, Copying Presses,
Oil Tanks, Alarm MoueyDrawers,
Safety Step Ladders, &c, &c,
FAIRBANKS, MOBSE CO., 46 E. Third S
CBIPPEN & UPSON, 74 E. Third St.
W. H. GARLAND, 41 E. Third St.
WINES AND LIQUORS-WHOLESALE.
PERKINS, LYONS & CO., 96 E. Third St.
HAGGENMILLER KUHL. 173 W. Third S
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may call upon the agent or notify the agent by
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LAURA W. HALL, Teacher of Piano,
64 Douglas street St. Paul.
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IF YOU "WANT
A Stationary Engine,
Upright Portable Engine,
of any size, call on the
ST. PAUL F0UNDKY
Who have on hand the only stock of first-class
machinery in the State. We also deal in ell kinds of
second-hand machinery and building work. P. O.
PresidentW. R. MERRIAM.
General Manager0. N.PARKER.
26948 Sec. aud Trees.H. W. TOPPING.
COAL & WOOD.
Real Mstate Agents
and Mortgage Brokers*
29 EastTMrdStreet, St. Paul.
IVGreat Reduction to Prlcee of Goal.
HAFLE, OAK ABB FINEWOO
7:40am 8:00am 8:05am 8:30am 7:15pm
WP^ST Oorow Fourth and Market
MR, BillS BROS.
COTTAGE 0EGA NS 1
And a completertockof Sheet Msslo aafl nuke)
7 1 Eas Thir Stet
St. Paul Railroad Time Tables.
St Paul, Minneapolis and Manitoba K. K.
Brecltenridgo and St. Vincent DivisionsFor
Wayzati, Delano, Litchfield, Willmar, Benson,
Morris, Breckenridge, Gljndon. Crookston and St.
MAINLlNB-^rHBOUGH TEAINWEST AKD NOBTH,
Paul t7:40am Breckearidge. f7:45pm
Minneapolis.. t8:20am Glyndcl. tlo:16pm
Breckenridge. 18:10pm Crookston.... 11:20am
Giyndon tlO.lBpm .vim.tt *o
:40am :50am 40pm
8:1 5 am St Vincen
ZABT AXO SOUTH.
St Vincent.... 5:30 pmJGlyndon t3tf5am
Crookston.... +2:85 am 1 Breckenridge.. t6:15 am
Giyndon f3:55 a Minneapolis +6:36
Breckenridge. +6:45 am St Paul +7:10
Through to St. Vincent without change of cars.
Palace sleeping coaches attached.
OB&HD FOBKS MVIglONWEST.
Crookston.... +730am I Fisher's L'g... +8:30am
Fisher's L'g.. +8:30am Grand Forks.. +10:03am
Grand Forks.. +3:80 I Fisher's L'g +5:00
Fisher's L'g.. +5:00 Crookston.... +5:55
Fergus FaHs DivisionFor Anoka, EBiBIver, St
Cloud, Sauk Bapids, Sauk Center, Alexandria and
Fergus Falls Leave. NOBTH. Arrive.
8*-Pnl t7:00amiStClond.. +ll:20ama6 *6:20pm I East St^Clcnd +10:.
Uinneapois... +7:*0 am East StCloud *10:05
Minneapolis... *7:00pm Alexandria... +4:00pm
Alexandria.... +4:00 Fergus Falls.
Fergus Falls.. +6 30am
Alexandria.... +10:20 a a
East S Cloud $4:30 am
East St. Cloud +3:15p
Minneapolis. Minneapolis. St. Paul
St. Paul and Minneapolis Trains.
StPaul +7:00 am
St Paul +7:10 am
fctPaul 9:10 am
Minneapolis.. 7 35 a
Minneapolis.. 8:20 am
Minneapolis.. 9:45 a
Minneapolis 12 30
Minneapolis.. 6:20 ru
Minneapolis.. +8:00 a I St Paul 8:32 a
Minneapolis.. 10:45 a StPaul 11:15 am
Minneapolis.. 1.45 StPaul 2:15pci
Minneapolis.. 4:40pm StPaul 5:10pm
Minneapolis.. +6:35 I StPaul 7:10pm
tExcept Sunday. 'Except Saturday. +Except
Monday. All other trains daily.
JAS. 3. HILL, Gen Manager.
W. S. AXEXAXPSB, Gen. Passenger Agent
Northern Pacific Kailroad.
Ticket and freight
Depot foot of Sibley street
office, No. 43 Jackson street.
Minneapolis... Sauk Bapids..
Fargo Fargo Bismarck....
Duluth N. P. Junction
6:15pm 5:50pm 7:00am
Daily, except Saturday. Daily, except Monday.
Palace sleeping coaches on all night trains between
S Paul and Fargo.
Passengers leaving St. Paul at 3:29 p. ,rea
Fargo for breakfast next morning, and Bisncarck on
the following evening.
Connection made at Bismarck with stages for Dead
wood and all points in the Black Hills, also for Fort
Buford, Standing Bock, Fort Keogh, Tongue River
and intermediate points, and at S Paul with trains
to and from all points East and South.
In effect Dec. 7th, 1879
H. E. SABGENT, Gen. Manager
Q. Q. SANBOEN, Gen. Passenger Agent.
Chicago, St. Paul Jk Minneapolis and Norfl
Depot foot of Sibley street. Freight and Uckei
office corner Third and Jackson.
Trains. Leave. Arrive.
Through Ohloago and I
1235 paj $6.-00 am
8:40pml *7a0 am
North Wisconsin Trains:
StPaul M135 am I Clayton fi:4tpm
Clayton *730 am I St Paul 130
St Paul 12:35 I Cumberland.. 7 30
Cumberland.. 6:45 am StPaul 130 pra
Sunday excepted, Daily. Monday excepted.
Hereafter, freight for all points on North Wiscon
sin B. B. must be delivered at Union Freight Depot
of the S Paul Pacific, and Chicago, Bt. Paul
Minneapolis railroads. F. B. CLARKE,
THOMPSON PaTsoH, Ticket Agents.
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway.
Passenger depot foot of Jackson street. Ticket
office northwest corner of Third end Jackson streets.
Thompson & Petsch, Ticket Agents, St. Paul.
Trains. Leave. Leave.
St. Paul. Minneapolis.
Through Chicago & East
Through Chicago East
Iowa & Minn. Div.
Prairie du Chien, Mil
waukee & Chicago Ex.
St. L. &Kan. City Ex..
12:35 11:35 am
St. Paul aud Minneapolis trains, via Fort Snelling
Leave St. Paul 6:10 am
Le Minneapolis *6:30 a ra
II II II II W
10 00 am
II II II
Sundays excepted. 1 Saturdays excepted. Mon
days excepted. Trains uot marked are daily.
J. A. Chandler, Gen. Agent, 118 E. Third S
Bt Paul, Stillwater & Taylors Falls K. Co.
Depot foot of Jackson street.
St. Paul 10:10 am
Stillwater .11:10 a ru
2 21 iu
StPaul 10:u0 am
River Falls train leaves St. Paul for River Falls
and Hudson at 4:00 m. Depot foot of Jackson St.
St. Paul & Duluth Kailroad.
Depot foot of Sibley street.
Stillwater, Hinckley and Duluth 8:00 am I 4:30 pm
Hinckley accommodation 11:15am] 3:50 pm
Third street depot.
St. Paul Slonx City Railroad.
Depot foot of Jackson street
Omaha, Ksnsss Otty and Texas
nueXarta Blue Xart Oity and Worthlngton
840pm 7:16 ami 6:55pm
Take the T:16 a. m. train for a 1 points on H. D.
R.B. wwtof Shakopee for all points on W. 8
P. R. R. west of Katota, Including Redwood Falls,
and for Winnebago Oity, Blue Earth Oity, Jackson,
WorUdngton and intermediate points. Take the 8:80
p. m. train for all point* on H. D. R. R. as far as
Olenooe for all points on W. St. P. B. R. west of
Katota, except Redwood Falls, and for all points on
Mala Line, Black Hills and Sioux Falls Divisions.
W. H. DIXON, Pen. Ticket Agent
Nouthern Minnesota Railroad.
Connects at Ramsey with 0 M. St. P. trains
North and South, at Wells with Central Railroad of
Minnesota, and at La Crosse with O. M. St. P.
Railway for all points East.
Going WestTrains leavo La Crosse 7:13am
Trains pass Ramsey 1:15
Going EastTrains pass Ramsey 11:25 a iu
Arrive at La Crosse 5:37
Minneapolis time W. H. BARRON. Gen. T'kt Ag't.
Minneapolis Railroad Time Table.
Minneapolis & S Louis RailwayMiort
Line, Io wa Route, via Burlington.
Hew line between Minneapolis, S Paul and Chi
cago. Short line via Burlington, running through
express trains with PULLMAN PALACE CAR
SLEEPERS TO ST. LOUIS WITHOUT CHANGE
28 miles shorter than any other route.
Le. dally. Ar. dally
St. Louis Express.....' 135pm
Passengers at S Paul leave by
the S Paul & Paciflo R. R.
at 12 m, connecting at Min
neapolis. On Saturday this
tram runs to Albert Lea only
Passenger train for Ohasks,
Carver and Merriam Junc
tion, connecting at Chaska
for points on Hastings
Mixed, Minneapolis and Mer
riam Junction, connecting to
and from all local stations on
S B. 8. O. R. B. as far as
S James. Connects st
Chaska to and from all points
on Hastings Dakota R.R
Omaha Ex., to and from all
points on S P. & S. C. B'y.,
Omaha and California also
to and from points on Has
tings Dakota By. west to
Mixed, Minneapolis' end White
Bear Lake and Duluth
Mixed, Minneapolis, White
Bear Lake aud Stillwater.
3:30 pra 11:10 a
Trains arrive and departfrom the BtPault Paciflo
Tickets and sleeping car bertha secured at city
ticket office, Ho. 8 Washington avenue, (opposite
Nicollet House) W.G. Teller, ticket agent, and at
S Paul Pacific depot Minneapolis, and at 116
East Third street S *aulGeo. H. Hazsard, ticket
agent. OHAS. F. HATCH, Gen. Manager.
A. H. Bona, Passenger Agent
Corner 7th A JacksonStroatt* St. FsnsL
three minutes walk fromtteiefot, fire pro**