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DIED.
MEBBITT —In Ardmore. Montgomery county.
Perm , Sept. 27th, 1880, Dan , aged 21 years, eld
est son of Dan. S. and Mary A. Marrltt. of St.
Paul.
HDTCHIN6—Of typhoid fever, Sept 29. Willie W.
only son of H. and M. H. Hutching.
Funeral at Sherman House to-day at 10 a. si.
Friends are invited to attend.
HARRIS—At 3 o'clock a.m.. Oct. let. Mrs A. F.
Harris, wife of Thomas Harris.
Due notice will be given of the funeral.
AMUSEMENTB.
QFEBA HOUSE"!
RETURN" OF THK
NATHAL ENGLISH OPERA CO.
Friday, Ootober Ist,
GIROFLE-GIBOFLA.
Saturday, Ootober 2d,
Chimes of Normandy.
SATURDAY MATINEE,
FATINITZA.
EMISSION—Evening, 75 and 60 cents. Reserved
SeatiSi.™. Matinee. 250, 50c and 76c.
DISSOLUTION NOTICE.
Dissolution of Co-PartnersMp.
The 00' partnership heretofore existing bett?«*n
George Mneller and (3«orga 11. StaUlmsa und«r the
fins name of
MOELLER & STAHLMAN,
has, on this day, been dissolved by mutual consent.
The business will be continued by Qeorgs H. Stahl
man, at the old stand, la Sherman Block, No. 64
Wabstbaw street, who Is authorized to collect and
receipt for all outstanding claims and will pay all
-lalme against the firm.
'-• v-u:!. October 1,1880.
QEO. MOFLLEB,
GEO. E. BIAHLMAN.
Inritiog ""attention to the above and returning
thanks for the liberal patronage of the past, the un»
*lersi*[ned trusts to meet old sod now customers and
to merit their trade by fair dealing. All Roods will
be as represented. OEO. H. BTAHLMAN.
275
Sale of State Lands,
EIATE Or II NHESOTA, )
Land Oirrcß, .
Bt. Paul, Sept. 16, 1880. >
Notice Is hereby given, that the auditors of the
counties of Anoka, Becker, Benton, Blue Earth,
Brown, Carver, Chisago, Cottonwood, Crow Wing.
Dakota, fDodge, Fanbault, Flllmore, Freeborr,
QoodhtMi Honuepin, Honnton, Isantl, La Bueur,
McLeod, Meeker, Mower, Nicoliet, Nobles, Olmsted,
t:irc, Rock, St. Louis, Hcott, Sherburne, Slblpy,
Stfsrni", St'-e'o, Todd, V/abat WsdeDa, Waseca,
\Vrt>h!nvtuii, W»tonwaD, Winona aDd Wright, will
offer at pnblic «a!«, on the terms prescribed by law,
all tbo School, Agricultural College, University and
iLternal Improvement Lsuds, appra'eed and unsold
In their respective couuti««, cv Saturday, October
-;•■ »h. at 10 o'clock a. if.
Bales in the count'es namod below will bo held by
th« ocmmiseloner, as follow?:
Counties. Place of tale Date.
Martin Fairmont... Tuesday, Oct. B, 1890.
Jacison ... Jattgon....Wednesday, " 6, "
Lyon. Marshall Thursday, " 7, "
liedwo'ii — l'.edwood Falis Friday, " 8, "
H<"uvillo Beaver Falls.Saturday, " 0, "
Morrison .. J-ltllo Falls .. Tuesday, •• 12, "
I'olk ... Orookaton. Weiinesday, " IS, "
Douglaa ...Alexandria . Thursday, " it, "
Pope Olenwood Friday, '• 18, "
Chippews . ..Montevideo ..Tuesday, " 19, "
Swift.. Benson .. Wediiesday, " 30, "
KMidi(Ohi...Willuiar Thursday, " '21, "
All lauds heretofore told upon which the Interest
m dfilin<iupLt for moro than one year will be re
■aMi.
Limn of the lands to bo offered may be seen at the
auditor's cilice in each of said counties for two weeks
(■nor to theiu!«.
O. P. WHITCOMB,
-'75-278 Commissioner of the Stale Land Ofiico.
.1 < TAIL 01' ■' 1 '> REB( it A, COUNTY OF RAMSEY
> l -ph. In I'r'-lipte Court, Special Term, Heptein
' rr 20th, 1880.
!u the matter of the citato of Ellen aibbeus, de
reaHed:
On reading and flliiiK tilion of Robert and
.John El.Glbbens, executors of the estate of Ellen
Oibbrns, deoeaßrd, pouting among other things,
♦ hnt they have fully administered said estate, and
I raying thi-.t a tiioo ami ]i'aoe ho fixed for examin
ing and allowing their account of administration,
and for tbo KMigomeot of Uip residue of said estate
to heir.-;
It Is ordered, that haM accouutbe examined, and
> ■♦« ltion ho»rd, by tho Juclgo of this court on
Monday, tho 26th nay of October, A. D. 1880, at ten
o'clock a. m , at the- I'robato offlco in said county.
And II in further ordered, that notice thereof be
given t .ill pcraoni Interested, by publishing a copy
of thi < order for throo nucceimire weeks, ocoe in
ird week, prior to said day of bearing, in the Daii,t
Glodi, a newspaper, printed and published at B&iot
I'flui, in laid county.
Uy tho court, HENRY CCGORMAN,
11- 1 Judge of Probate.
Attest: Frank KußF.iiT, Jr., Clerk.
Oct 1-tw-Fr
FURNITURE.
AmA . .'*w« Iloom.Hcnl and Dirr
Burr's Patent Parlor Folding-Bed,
-3r '"1c moft Compact, Elegant and Sub
«p-*?N?*-yi stantial. Best Steel Spring Mattrst*;
«. A BcUdinpfolds out of sight in Bureaus,
rflMffilteGSttßs to^^ loolt'Cases» Desks, &c.
*t^Z-fi^'""r^ K' "• ARdreiTS i Co.,
-~^aSfflr3&Sl9S Wabash Are., CHICAGO.
. f^"**** Also Manufacturers of
Artistic Household Furniture, Wood ManUlt
RHEUMATISM
ABSQ UTELY: CURED.,:]
y v\ the tsic ov I
I OR, b<s ANKOS
RHEUMATIC CURE,
THE GRBT ALKALINE REMEDY. !
■\Tilit you 1< iv»» nh»ureati«ml r,.-,. . ro»:r
• T«>m i« '•••>• - I <- i:- ■, f^^noui l>l«. Arl<l.
Ylilio.ui I>i*<l':ii-i-iI b) n«n::ra!!iii)Kih!«;»clJ
it» rr.n, Ur. Hovonltu** nh<»ttutnllr>('nrt>,
a cti»jn:.-4!IT | %re<J Alfe»Un«, i< .•';■■•■' for
I Rbeaa«tirin, V»'!U -.«•;;«' it i>o«t pnlJ.
PRICE. 7S CENTS. Ask Yoon Dsusg.st For It. '
Address TIE DR. BOSANKO MEDICINE CO., |
3 lTrc«t!«c *«ot Free.) PI QUA, O.
EDWARD 11. di«3«*hj
I \*4 :«i. -... .\«. nt.H:. P.»nl, niiin
■ ■ • , — l - I -, T - | - |n - ||| - r|| r| M |W ,, |Ll '
i^TATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF RAMSEY
0 — « la I*rob»t« Court, Bp*ciil Term, Septem
te.r«th, 1880.
In the •> sttor of the estate of John C. B«cht, de
<Vt« <1:
On r«^.lin«: and filing the petition of John J.
reniiwand Harmhß. i>-cht. executors of the estate
of John C. H.cht, drc*»*pd, filed in this Court
AnunM 2* th. 1880, r»prr»«ntlcg aznoag other things,
that they h»To fully »duiUU«t*r<d sad esut«, except
»* thcru ti rt»:t\l, and rrsytng that a tlm« and plae«
1 » Died for oiamir.ltiß asd allowing their account
r>r aJmiriiatratlon, and for the. atclgnment of the '
rasldits of p\i>l <>«tati» to heir*;
It Is or.ler*tl. that *ald account be eTatrineJ, *n-J
•vtiUon heard by tho Jadgfj of this court, en Mon
'lay, the 11th day of October, A. D. 1880, at 10
o'cJoci a. it., at the Probate o!Bc* in said county.
And it is further ordered, that notice thereof b«
clv-en to all persona lr.tcrt«st*J. by publishing a copy
of th.» cnJer for three successive weeks prior to said
day cf hearing, In the Daiit Globe, a news
paj-er j-riiiteil and published at Saint Paul, In said
county. Uytte court, HENRY O'OOBMAN,
''i- ••] Jcdgecf Probate.
Attest: Frxnk ■:■« ■'.. Jr.. Cork.
IIXMtY J. lior.>, Attorney for Executcrs«
be? lu-iw-Frt
Nutloeof ti;uia:ouo( KeUrtupiiou.
OFFICE OF COUNTY AUDITOR, >
ILviiStY CcOTt, iIISSESOTA. |
ro A. Gale—
Boppoatd owner oS lot 4. block 9; lot 2,
block It; lots Ito 5. block IS; lots 1 to 6,
look 10, Baxille 4 Robert's addition to West
St. l\i»a!, beinj; in the county of B*ms«v, State
uf Uionnotk, ou which taxes and penalty for
»»lo of IST? have accrued to the amount of
I9LM
Yoa »rf hereby notified, that pursuant to the
i\ jadement entered in the District Ccart in
•he ■r.;y of liamjey. State of Slinnc»ota. on
the llth day of August, IS7T, the land herin
» p.- v<» described, a«e««ed in your r.»me, wm
told for tax of 1571 on the 3d day o f
Scp'.eaibcr, >77, and that the time redemp
* ion from Mid «aie, allowed by law, will expire 60
days after service of this notice. In addition
a the amount above stated, as necessary to re
lasjajj from said sale, tha ooat of service of this
notic* mast be paid, together with such inter
nt m may accrue from and after this date.
Witness my hand and *ral at St. Paul, in
«ai<i county of Ramsey, this 3d day of Se*>
retnbeT. IS3OL
8- LEE DAVIS. C, untv Auditor.
HEW GOODS. ______
P«RS BEOIH
91 E. 3d street,
Invite Atte/ntifm to
Hbw Fall Goods!
Woolen Dress Goods in new
est shades, ''NOVELTY"
Dress Fabrics* Colored
Cashmeres, Black Cash
meres, Silks, Satins, Vel
vets, Velveteens, Plaid Vel
vets, Plaid Satteens 9 Wool
Plaids, Cloaks, Shawls,
Hosiery, Idnen*, Fancy
Goods, Woolens, Etc.* Etc,
ALL AT
Lowest Eastern Prices,
-A.<^B]]SrTS FOB
Biillerict's Patterns.
LECTUBEB. *_
FOWLER
AT^^fi^f THE VETERAN
\jrf Phrenologist,
OF NEW YORK, WILL GIVE
Three Free "Lectures
SHERMAN HALL!
Sherman Block, Waba3haw street, near post office,
MO ft DAY, WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY,
October 4th, Cth and Bth, at 8 P. M., on Life, Health,
Self-Culture, Memory, Success, Marriage, Rearing
Children, Ac. Each lecture closing with Publio Test
EXAMINATIONS.
Consultation as to your own and children's talon
best business, health, management, etc., at the In
ternational Hotel Rooms till Saturday, 10 p. M., only,
[insisted by his son-in-law, E. Wanstin. 273-78
PACKETS.
KEOKUK NORTHERN LINE
PACKET COMPANY.
Side-Wheel hssenpr Packets
LEAVE ST. PAUL DAILY,
(Fridays Excepted,)
A.T la O'CLOCK, NOON,
For St. Louis and all lnUrmedlate landings, miHn B
close connections with all railroads
FOR EAST AND SOUTH.
Tickets sold and information given by
JNO. H. REANE7, Agent,
193 Lev«e. Foot of Jackson street.
CONFECTIONERY.
Cm HT^IV Ml Send one, two, three, or five
111 C 11 ■■ ' (10ll*or a sampie retail
9 H 5 I HI! box, by express, of the beet
In F' n 9 ■' Candlea In America, put up
I . ■ H ID elegantly and ntriotly pure
'1 rW lion Refers to all Chicago. Ad
' m 8a s n dreaa c'F" OUISTUER«
T8 MADISON STREET, CHICAGO.
,^*^_r i^>x^ ji^ *p^ HAIkI« f8
PLASTER.
V^^^ffi?aß^/ A Otlvtnli Batt»rjr
>O<ißfißPii^X {a lmb*ld»d to » m«dlo*UJ
-^^ plMter. and. wtMO •pptl«d to
JB» body, prodnaa* • «O«Uta«l nrrm *f *Ue*ricUy,
f»n»tn« U» ft uumvt ul ramttdUJ Mtast (or tit* «ait>
M MnwMUiMk. Dnral^t, BriatUm, Btadmmk*. »■■»<■>«,
Spinal Dv^«.U». ftnow {Hmuni m Aml< ir«k«
■war known It* aSaota w* ta««toal Sold tat Pi uiWi
•r Mai by m*fl oa raoalpt of 50 aaotk,
W»dJr«. liKLL !»IAN» i COh ft-wrtaasmfc 10
■hash «ta^.ohloM».
Farms lor {Sale !
1M mm tji Jades— wvaty, Ifiiawti
IN aorta t» UMkar oanaty, ¥tn»sati>
U0 scTM U luaU usssty, Wwisssia
•C »jr«s tn T044 oonaty, Miuiuta
40 uns l» D««cUa sovaty, Mtimrti.
SO ao<*M fcß.a*utasi mmmtj, tftiianfs
Tk*> ab«va is aS skosoa fans Oaf lasts, wkick w%
TTii mil %t law trim tar mk, m p4rt «as* %m* fcai
uos m Urn* wMk affjrrr«4 •acortti-. Tor dsaactß-
Mmm «f laa£s asid fsortkeor Mrtles^n, adiraea S§
?AVL litviiTll fOUI, M. t**X. Kism
«■ A+~*
OHAVb *PKCIFIC HKDICIiIE.
TRADB MARXTIj'Or«.i»tEii.TRADB MARK
(ltftUlt« <me<lx
AQt^^L "i-1 promptl;&atl t^flSS^.
tnd mr; mm o! _a9aß«9Bral
spit of l»d!»cra- !»».
..».ir!?Tk of th»
Jamll^k r»ln*n<:'n'rToQ*aa»H^SkjPj^sP^
BEFOBE TAIIMB.!f«^!?it tIdAHEt TACIII.
hat ba«a ext«t»lT»lT nsed for erei ttilrtr ?*»».-?. with
pMiRMM. KaT"Fu!l p*rtlctil»r» la oar p«us>b!at,
which w« de«lra ta mm free by mail to iirj'W.
nr-Th« *paciflc M•dirlaa U »old bj all <!rnjrsi*t« at
Cl par parka«a. or itz p»ck*;?» for S3. or »11 ►>• aaat
fraa by dill on ratwtpt of the money, by ftddremlnt
TUB OKAY HEDItrXn CO..
No, 10 MMhuic*' Block. Drnorr. Mica.
l^r^old in St. Paul by Edward H. Bi« and Stu
art it Lots, and by all Dru exist everyxhtce.
nooma.
WOOD CAM*XT AMD 13TLAJD floors I \
For HaC*. Parlor*, Dtnin* Boasa, *<*-*—>- B*t*»
Booses, O«oaa, ata.
flsuspias csa be MSB sad fan p»rtJe»jlsw cbu^s4l
*y eaOtat —tr aiirensirf 9 DUKTXX, 180 Wscs
, «Tart« lum, CWfl»f». H-U9-C*-Q>Q-fxi
t3m SAINT PAUL DAILY GLOBE, FRIDAY MORNTNG, OCTOBER U 1880
FIVE CENTS A LINE
I I 111 Bin | - .. ■ . ... ... ---jF—g
IHe GLOBE Want Employment Brat
Advertisements in this column publithtd ax
*c« and a line each insertion, but in order to
prove the efficiency of the GLOBE at an advtr*
thing medium, and elco to aid the unemployed,
we will publish for twenty-five cent*, a three-lin*
advertisement, of Situations Wanted and Situa
tions Offered, and continue the advertisement un
til the object nought for is accomplished. For
tu«r.ii,'-Ave cent*, the man out of work can adver
tise for a situation until he finds on*.
Each line over th« three, to cott Jive cent* per
(few each insertion.
_ . WANTED
WANTED— horse and bu?sy for the winter to
use for their keeping. Address T. E. 0., thii
office- V 276-77
OULDEEB wanted at the City Iron Works.
Bhop on Washington street. 375-77
WANTED— Six quarrymen for Kasota, six quar
rymen for granite at St. Cloud, and six granite
cutters. Steady work for the falL Wages, £1.75 for
guarrymen and $2.50t0 $8 for cutters. Apply to
BREEN& YOUNG, corner Ninth and Minnesota
streets, St. Paul. 274-76
7 FARM HANDS for the Bptritwood Farm: $30
per month, two months work. Also 60 men
to surface track at Orookston; $1.75 per day, board
83.50. Go to-night, free fare both ways. Call at
Employment Bureau, 12] East Third street, for pass.
273*
TTTANTED—lmmediately, two or three unfurnish
T V ed rooms. Address, Q. W. P., Globe office,
stating price and location. 274-75
TXT ANTED a nicely furnished room, by two gentle
? V men in a private family, where they oan make
themselves at home Address A. EL, this office. 278
QA good bricklayers for Dulutb, $3.60 per day
_«U and board. Employment Bureau, la. Bast
-bird street, Immediately, for frea transportation.
272*
WANTED— A school teacher for dletrlot No. Four
?V teen, New Canada Town. Apply at Frank
Siefer's, Btillwater road. . 272-278
A WIDOW LAC? and daughter would like to take
J\. charge of a famished honse far the rent, this
winter. References given. Address HOME. Globs
office. 208*
TTIALL PLOWING to let by the acre, in large or
r small contracts. Farnsworth & Newoomb,
Morel&nd farm, Hancock, Minn. 264*
A CHEESE MAKER would like situation in a fac
.___ tory to finish learning the business. One
year's experience In Illinois. Address
263' CHEESE MAKER, this office.
WAN TED-Light employment, by young man
who baa good horse and buggy. Address BEU
BAB, this offioe. 280*
SITUATIONS OrcEBED-Fbrntles.
WANTED— A girl competent to do the general
housework for a family of four persons. No
email children in the family. Must be a good cook.
Apply at No. 199 East Ninth street. 275-77
WAN TED A girl to do second work, good wages.
91 Wabashaw Street, up stairs. 273*
ANTED A nurse girl or two children. Apply
TT at9Uj, East Seventh street. 273-
A COMPETENT DBEBBMAKER would like en
ix gasteraentby the day in families. Call or ad
dress 67 St. Peter street. 270*
TXT AN TED—A girl for general housework. A com-
T V petent girl can secure a permanent place and
good wages. Apply at 221 JacKson street, corner of
Twelfth. ' 289
WANTED-Two dressmakers at No. 123 St. Peter
street. 265-
WANTED-Girl for general housework.* Call at
69 and 70, Lower Levee. 265•
WANTED— Good girl for general housework.
T V Apply at 133 Wab&shaw street. 265*
WANTED— A good girl for general housework.
Good wages paid. Apply at 15 De Bow street.
260*
TiIXPE 3IENCKD dining room girls, chambermaids
J_J aiK all other hotel help can always secure good
situations by calling at Hotel Reporter Employment
Bureau, 68 Kaat Third street. 27 ■
Males.
T\~ANTED—A boy at a machine shop. Apply 87
I T Codar street. 274
WANTED Stono •utters, at N. Wia. Junction.
\\ East St. Paul and at Anoka. Apply to Daniel
Mullen. 273 •
WANTED— A colored boy about 14 years old to
make himself useful in a dentist's office.
Cal! on Dr. Patterson, 1164 Jackson street. 272
TX7ANTED—Experienced salesman. ZAHSI &
W MANN. 262-
Y\r ANTED—Woodcaoppcrs for the _ all and Win-
V V ter. Inquire of H. H. Scott Ilinckicy or Geo.
11. Smith St. Jf. &D. railroad. 25««
BOY WANTED-Went Publishing Co., 11 Waba-
Bbawbtroot. 252*
WANTED -We vnnt two first-class salesmen.
T f None others need apply. The Howe Maohino
Co., 23 V/est Third street. 238-
TtTANTED— man experienced in making cheese
? V and butter, with or without family, to work on a
stock and dairy farm neat* St. Paul, by rail. A man
with a little money preferred. Address Dairy Farm,
Globe office. 219*
SITUATIOK3 WAUT3D—MaIes.
SITUATION WANTED—As coachman in a prl
-0 vate family by a young man who thoroughly un
derstand* his business. Is willing to work and can
oome well recommended. Address J.W. L.this
office. 375.
W ANTED—By a young man with good recom
t V mendations, position at any honorable employ
ment; office work preferred. Address H. T., this
office. 263*
WANTED— By a man who has had thorough ex-
T T perience In the business, a position to run a
grain elevator. References given. Address GRAIN,
this office. 269'
WASTED—By a m»n who is not afraid of wort,
'» employment of some kind. Address G. M.
MOG 9 J Rosabel street. 269*
ITTANTED— By a man of icng experience, a situa
f f tioa as salesman traveler or book-keeper, with a
substantial bouse. Best of references. Address 8.,
16, CtLOBa office, for three days. 267*
ANTED— By a ycuojr married man who has had
'' experience, a situation m bookkeeper and
salesman Ueat of references given. Moderate
*alary Address O. B P. Globe office. 264-
ITT ANTED— Employment as Grocery clerk. Three i
» I years experience. Address F. W. E., Glsbx I
office. 263
ANTED— By a young man 17 to 18 yewi age, :
TT who is thoroughly competent, a poalu. c an !
book-keeper, bill clerk, or employment at Sec
work; is an excellent penman. Reference) nr-
Dif>hed Will make himself generally useful. Ad
dress P. 8., this office. m;
?eaia.lßß.
\\J ANTED—Any person wanting an experienced
1 f nurse will pie we call at 111 Second street north,
East Division, Minneapolis. Mine. Bept3o-eod-2t
TV''ANTED—Good German girls with references
? T desire employment in officers' families at any of
the Forts. Apply at German Intelligence effice, 48
Franklin street. 265-
SITUATION WASTED—By a young lady, as
0 saleswoman or some light employment. Ad
aressE.C. 8 M Olob* office. 349'
SITUATION WANTED by a teacher of 7 years ex- I
O perience. Address "Teacher,"' 61 East Fourth |
street, B*, Paul. 217
--~~ TO BSBT—Soomi.
FOR RENT—Rooms. Two furnished rooms, suit
able for light housekeeping, with use of sitting '
room. 111 St. Peter street. ' 274
rPHREE pleasant rooms for rent at No. 26 Sher- j
JL borne avenue. 256
A stable, three stalls and hay loft, on an alley, No. '
A. 30 Fort street. 79-
Houses-
FOB BENT—House with seven rooms, Nc. 1*
Bluff street, west of Madison echocL J. W. ;
MABON. BUI
OR RENT—House with store, four roocss »nd
bMesest on Rosabel »tre«:t. No. 61. Inquire
Of CHAS - KEIL, 333 East Seventh street. 273-77
SEAL ESTATE.
FINE build lots for sale ob e*«y terms.
1 IPS* U. L. LAMPREY.
REAL e»t*te s«!d and mortgim negotiated. D.
A. ROBERTSON. HcQtUIi»B block. 150*
■ LOST AH D FOITHD
LO3T— A Fmith & Wewon. 33 callcre revolver.
.1 j either en Jsckscc, Ei<tto. Mins«aota, Sevecth.
or Cedar street*. Reward will be p&id for its ream i
to 145 Jackson St. 272-275
BUSINESS CHAKCEB.
A THOROUGH Dry Goods man se*ks an opeoicg
A. *3 active partner or principal. Glvefaapaitic-i
Biars. Address "Dry Good*," Gi<obx. zst* 1
FIVE CENTS A LINE
AUCTION SALE.
PUBLIC AUCTION—On Saturday, the 2d of Oo
tober, 1880, at 10o'clock a. m., I will sell on the
premises, immediately In the rear of Hope church
to the highest bidder, the east and west halves of lot
8. block 5, Bice & Irvine's Addition, being 60 feet on
Sixth street by 180 f ««t deep, more or lesS
278-76 THOS. COOHRAN, Auctioneer.
S HOASES cheap at J. M. Warner's. 27 East
KJ Third street. ■' Country orders solicited. 273-277
TO LOAN- ZZZZZZ
$9! fidCi ""LSl.MO.at 8 per cent, improved
fDUm\J\J\J city property as security. ■
• WILLIAMS & DAVIDSON.
266 Boom 6, McQuillan's Block.
j^z_J2ffl£&fcrK 18__si
Saturday night, Oct. 2d. New stock for borrowers
J.)\V. MoCLONG, Secretary, Bridge Square. 275-7o
MIBCELLAHBOUB.
1108 SALE— box, suitable for saloon or board-
A _, tog _ house. Also, to exchange piano for pool
table, 166 East Seventh Btreet. 272-277
FOB BALE—Splendid double heater, good con
-1 ditlon, only 818.00. Address E., Globe offloe.
■MOTIOE- Parties wishing to have their chimneys
£»oleaned' will please leave orders at Mr. John
Dowlan's wood office, corner of Wabashaw and Fifth
streets, or Messrs. Smith & Lewis' wood offloe.
Seventh street. M. HOB AN. wwu 267 '
PAINTING— P.F. FlTZGlBBOK,.houseandsign
painting. Wo 137 Jackson ttroat 4?
CLOTHING.
BOSTON
" ONE-PRICE »
Clothing House,
43 East TtiM Street,
ST. _P_A.TJ3__.
We have received from the Popular cloth
ing House of
DEVLIN CO.,
New York,
An elegant line of Samples, for Fall and
Winter Wear, comprising all the latest
Novelties from the leading markets of
Europe and America. Prominent amorg
the latter are the following celebrated
mills: Globe, Sawyer, Auburn, Ameri
can, Dudley, Battenberg, Bock, Lennox,
Broad Brook, Hockanum, Jesse Eddy,
Allandale.
Among such well-known fabrics wo can
a?Bureour friends a satisfactory line of
goods to select from. All garments to
t order In latest New York styles, and a per
•3 feet fit guaranteed. An early call will se
cure choicest selection, and will much
oblige JOSEPH M'KEY & CO..
Agents for Devlin & Co., N. Y. :
B. O. P. C. H. .
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS
AHERiCANJXPRESS CO.
Foreign Shipments.
By act of Congress, June 10th, 1880, this Company
is prepared to receive and forward dutiable mer
chandise IN BOND, direct from steamers or vessels
arriving at New York, to the following ports of entry:
Buffalo, Cleveland, Memphis, Port Huron, St. Louis,
Chicago, Detroit, Milwaukee, Rochester, St. Paul,
Cincinnati, Louisville, Pittsburgh, San Francisco,
and Toledo, WITHOUT DELAY, saving expense at
NEW YORK CUSTOM HOUSE. Shipments destined
to other than established ports of entry can be made
through the port nearest to the ultimate destination
of the goods.
Information aa to cost End manner of making
shipments, furnished upon application to the Com
pany's ai-onts in the United States and Canada, or
to Messrs. Thoß. Meadows t Co , 35 Milk streot,
London; 1. to 1* The Albany, Liverpool; 140 West
George street, Glasgow, and 3, Avenue de L'Opern,
Paris, through whom consignments can be made.
-65-200
"~HACHI.f«T*.~
ST. PAUL FOUNDRY |
SfanufocturiMij Company
■CAJiai'AOTVBESB 09
Stafaarj figineg, Upright Eagines,
fertile Iwml MM Ips,
isd Fars Eegisei
H- Fars EBgisei
tkat win barn either ooal, wood or straw. Oar
Whaal*, Railroad Casting?, Iron work ftr b_H_.t_»s,
tad all ether klsdi of cat^nKs
P.O. Box _t7& Wart_— Ewton fan-mans Btra*
Ssirway. W. a MKRKIiIf. Fro_UUi_V
Vsaa<«i^-a H. VAK-LKB.
■a-r-UF>a--l T_—a— M W. WfFUW. SO
LIQUOR DUT.fpi,
W. L. PBBKIHS. MAUBIOB LYOJTtL
[Katabllßh«d IGC9J
PERKINS, LYONS 4 -ft,
UUOTXDTO 81 BOBZK? ST., H3AB THIRD.
VlolessJ* DaaUn ia hn
HeninclT Bonrtioii & Rjb WMisiies
California and Foreip Vius tad Braiils.
Mine PIALHBsV
WEBER
PIANOS :
Used by Emma Thursby j
and othrr first class artists.
________
R. O. MUNG-ER,
71 East Third Street.
""HENRY'S CARBOLIC SALVE.
The only Bai.tb in the world for Cuts, Braise*.
Sorea, Ulcers, Salt Bhnem, Tetter, Chapped '
Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all kinds of Skin ;
Eruptions. This Salve is guaranteed to give
perfect faction in every ease or money re
funded. Be sure yon get Hcan's Carbolic :
Baits, aa ail others are imitations. Price, 25 i
cental. For «ale by all draggi»ta. '
j PRODUCE ACT COMMISSION.
II OX ST!? WHOLESALE
_ MICHIGAN APPLES and CIDER.
il A£_4__AD Mail Orders Promptly Attended to.
JAfrITAH. 14 JACKSON STREET, - ST. PAUL,
■ ■
CROCKERY ." * ~
CRAIG & LARKIN,
Importers and "Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
(' "R (~\ (~~1 \S "D ~\T French China, lass-rare. Lamps, Looking Glasses,
_T. oiCr; "^~^Xt -- , _-_.■ H«ueFi__!-__ig Goods, Etc.
64 SIBLEY STREET, - - - , **>*. - . - BTt p^Uli,
.. " ' " ~ - " " '■..-.■ ■■' ':"-.''
___ UHDEBTAgBBB.
0 J. MoOabtht. J. O. Domx&T.
MCCARTHY & DONNELLY,
UNDE ETAKEBS
54 Wabashaw Street,
[Opposite Postofloa.]
AgonU for owen 4 Walker's fin* burial cum
Call« answered at all hours. Embalming a imoUUt.
Best heam In the city and finest carriages at the
lowest rates. Funerals eondacted and action
guaranteed. 222'
__ CONFECTIONERS. _____
ORIGINAL
VIENNA CONFECTIONERY!
70 East Third Street.
DON'T JFVAJX. TO VISIT IT.
The freshest, finest and cheapest Confectionery,
made daily and hourly, on the premises. Cream
Fruit Candy, Caramels of all kinds, Parisian Bon-
Bons, eta, sold at ONLY 40 CENTS a pound. The
public are invited to visit our establishment, and
sample our fine eotlons.
Hi. HALBE&CO.
CONTRACT WORK.
Sewer on Minnesota, Twelfth and Ceflar
Streets.
U?nOK OF THE B<9AED OF POBLIO WOBKS, )
On* .of St. Paoi,, Mink., Sept. 2Sth, 1880. J
Sealed bids will bo received by the Board of
Public Works, in and for the corporation of the
city of Bt, Paul, Minn., at their office in said
city, until 12 m., on the 9th day of October,
A. D. 1880, for constructing a sewer on Minne
sota street, from Eleventh to Twelfth street,
thence on Twelfth street to Cedar street, thence
on Cedar street to Thirteenth street, and on
Twelfth street from Minnesota street half way
to Robert street, in said city, according to
plans and specifications on file in the oifico of
said Board.
A bond with at least two sureties, in a sum
of at least 20 per cent, of the grots* amount
bid, must accompany each bid.
The said Board reserves the rijjht to reject
any or all bids. GEO. L. BECKER,
Official: B. L. Gobman, President.
Clerk Board of Pnblio Works. 273-283
Notice to Contractors.
City Clebk's Office, )
Bt. Paul, Minn., Sept. 27,1850. j
Sealed proposals, marked "proposals for
building Bidewalkß," will be received at this
office until 12 o'clock m. on Tuesday, the sth
day of October, 1880, for tbe construction of
arts, Catch Basins and Gutters
around the New Market House.
All stone or brick required for the sidewalks
will be furnished by the city. Said work to be
in accordance with specifications on file at the
office of the City Engineer.
The right is reserved to reject any or all bids.
By order of the Committee on New Market.
THOB. A. PRENDERGAST,
272-79 City Clerk.
Proposals for Slate, Limestone,
Granite and Asphalt Pavioi
Blocks.
City Glebe's Office. i
Bt. Paul, Minn., Sept. 27, 1850. [
Sealed proposals, marked "proposals for
materials," will be received at this office until
12 o'clock M. on Tuesday, the sth day of Octo
ber, 1880, for the delivery of
GRANITE CURBING
fer the sidewalks around the new Market
House. Also, for furnishing
SLATE FLAGGING
and Stone City, lowa,
LIMESTONE FLAGGING
fur said sidewalks, and
ASPHALT PAVING BLOCKS
for the crossings at each side of said building.
Said materials to be in accordance with
■specifications on file in the office of the City
Engineer.
The right is roserved to let each material
separately and in one or more contracts, or to
reject any or all bids.
By order of the Committee on New Market.
THO3. A. PKENDERGAST,
272-79 City Clerk.
FUEL.
GRIGGS & FOSTER
DEALERS IN
GOAL and I MB,
29 East TMr« Street,
ST. PAUL, - - - MINN.
ST"Ore»t Redactions in Prices of Coal.
Important to the Fair Sex!
THE GREAT ENOUGH UZMEDY. Care* Ulcer*
Uon, Ovarian DUum and all dlaeasaa known m I*
ca*l« WMkneu. They har» b«en naed la En*land for
»f»»r» ■• a periodic*) and regnUUag 111. Sold by all
DnunlstßeTerywhei*. Prie* 91.00 box or
fw ta.oo, Mat by mail free ofpostaza. Moonlr Maled.
Mechanic« Block, Detroit, Mica.
W^olttale ArtmUfor Uclted Btat«a. "vaw ' »««•
MT Paaphletatent frc«._jrl
Bold la St. Paul by K. H. Blcgs aodbtaart M Lot*.
MtMt Waba«h»w and Sixth RmU, la HlaneaDOUi
WOray A Hofflla. llt-Tl -
GILD DIG
GEO. BLAKEMOEE,
I'Hl. ONLY
Practical Gilder
UKlaMKtv ASkiadavf
Gold Frames Hade to Order.
GA toamm n-sfn cad ns*ind m «••« v mm, si
•wry lam yriinfl.
•m (TXJrr TMIBJD MTMMBT, ST. T/.Vt*
•«3 «wS—»lj —C mrvmmOv »f»i« fti«*av
CLOTHHt.
61 SAINT IP.A.TJX, g^
ONE-PKICE CLOTHING HOUSE
61 East Third Street, St. !Paul, Minn.
. Orders by Kail Promptly Atttftdtd to..JEt
61 SATTLER BEOS. 61
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SCOTS AND SHOES.
I|l| BOOTS and SHOES" !
jfh SOHLIEK & CO.,
y£ .§9 leading Shoe House of St. Paul
Have DOW their "PALL STOCK. The only
Assortment in the City. Agency *br
FINE SHOES of all kinds.
_____ BUSINESS COLLEGEB " ~
AND TELEGRAPHIC INSTITUTE
. WHOLESALE MILLIKERY.
. OrrmmMM k oil, Wholesale Dealers in
. Urrminfillil k uu., mtdliseky goods,
.Ajkl JMiuvnfh.otux'ers of
LADIES' TRIMMED HATS.
S^Fasbion Plate Gratis, upon application. '
101 EAST THIRD STREET, - - • - - ST. PAUL
. WHOLESALE FURNISHING GOO2B.
GEO. W. BECHT & CO.,
Wholesale Notions, and Ladies' ana Menu's Frollig Gosfls.
jVTarLTafaot\U'6srs of Overalls, Shirts, Men's Wear Kto
104 30AST THIRD STREET, NEAR JACKSON, - - - ST. PAUL
CARRIAGE HAKUFACTUKEES.
IMMiillUllSs
BINE WORK O2TL.Y.
54, 56 & 58 ROBERT STREEJ. 1, T. PAUL,
Agents for "The Concord Harness."
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SCALES.
i^(B^^^^^^ SCALES,
ECLIPSE WIND MILLS,
BJ^WlMfg^^ Sc'eerl Mills, Tanks uml L'ixturea
■'FAIRBA-iKS" MOBBJC cO CO.,
46 East Third Stroot.
MERCHANT TAILOES.
MATHES, GOOD & SCHURMEIEE !
TUE.LA.RGEST AND MOST FASHIONABLE
MERCHANT TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT
IN THE NORTHWEST.
Jobbers In Merchant Tailoring Goods, Cloths, Caßshnercs and Triinmln»
H2 JACKSOX STREET, ST. FAIL.
■ WHOLESALE DRY GOODS.
ADERBACH, FIICH, CULBERTSON & CO.,
The Only Mm Dry Goods' Hone in tie Northwest.
Competes with the Market of New York and Chicago.
LllKEr WARNER 1 SGHURMEIER!
nCPORTKRS AJST£> JOBBEBB IX
DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS.
J37 and l'.iU East Third Street, St. Paul.
' WHOLE3AL!: I;.-.;JC'Ji
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NOYES BROS. & CUTLER,
IMPORTERS & WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
88 and 70 Sibley Street, Cor. Fifth, St. Pau.
The Finest Drag; Store and Stock In the Went.
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