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■ Omoß Chief Signal Offkji;b
•' WtWIWTOH, D. C, Dec., 30 1882.-9:56 v.M.
METEOBOLOGJCAIi B£COBI>.
Bar.' Ther. Wind. Weather.
Ft. Garry 3(L55 — NW Clear.
Bt. Yiitcei: 80.52 — 9 NW Clear.
Dolntb 90.45 , 6 SW Clear.
Moorhead ........ SO. Go — 5 NW Clear/
Bismarck 30.69 — C .NW Clear.
Bt.Pf»d 30.48 11 NW Clear.
Deadwood 50.66 4 N Lt.Smv.
CAILV LOCAL MEANS. .
Bsr. .l.vr. Dew Point. Wind. Weather.
£0.414 30.7 7.7 HW Fair.
Aiiiou::t of melted snow, 01; Maximum ther
mometer, 23.0; minimum thermometer, 5.5:
• daily range, 17.5,
liiver —
P. F. Lyons,
Sergeant Signal Corps, U. S. A.
CITY GLOBUUSB.
During December the police made 194
arrests.
City hall accommodated 762 lodgers dur
ing the month of December.
The postomce will remain open to-mor
row morning from 9 to 10 o'clock.
Mr. Hobbard is down for a clarinet solo
atjthe concert at Turner hall to-night.
The criminal collections from fines in
the police court last month amounted to
$678.
There is to be a grand New Year's ball
at Turner hall to-morrow night with Sei
bert's orchestra.
Watch-meeting services will be held af
ter the close of the evening service in the
Methodist churches to-night.
Rev. S. B. Warner will deliver the New
Year's address at the Y. M. C. A. service
this afternoon at 4 o'clock. All are wel
come.
City Treasurer Eeis, on yesterday, paid
the sum of £11,988.15 interest on city bonds,
and ¥^47.r<<> interest on bonds of the board
of education. ■, _:-._.-. • £
Yesterday afternoon five small boys were
arrested for coasting' at the head of Jack
son and Robert streets. They were con
fined in durance a few hours and released
on promise of future good behaviour.
J. SI. Littel, formerly assistant superin
tendendent of the Louisville, Ky., street
railway, has arrived in St. Paul, and yes
terday resumed the duties of the St. Paul
street railway superintendency.'^^g|.
Next Sunday evening, the 7th inst., the
Maennerchor and Seibert's orchestra -will
give a concert at the Athenasum. The pro
gramme promises some select and enter
taining music, including choice vocal se
lections.
Articles of incorporation of the Rochester
Seminary and Normal school were filed
■with the secretary of state yesterday. The
corporation is to have no capital stock,and
is prohibited • contracting a debt of more
than $.5000.
There was a little New Year's at the store
of J. M. Warner, 39 East Third street, last
evening, occasioned by the clerks present
ing Warner with an elegant olive wood
chess, checker and domino box, valued at
$28. and to Thomas Jebb, head clerk, a
fine pair of gold rimmed spectacles, each
accompanied with many good wishes and
all that.
The crack burnt cork performance of
the ensuing year will be given at the Opera
house, on Monday, the 15th proximo, by
the St. Paul Ideals, who will appear on this
occasion only in clouded tints. The enter
tainment is for the benefit of the Protest
ant orphan asylum, and a fine programme
will be elucidated by some of the best
amateur talent in St. Paul.
The Rev. Dr. S. G. Smith will deliver a
lecture at the Opera house on Thursday
Evening next, his subject being a "Visit to
Venice." The well known ability of Dr.
Smith should be sufficient guarantee for a
large audience, and the splendid subject
will no doubt be treated in a charming
manner. The proceeds of the- lecture will
be given to the Women's Christian home.
The plat commission met yesterday af
ternoon and approved four plats as fol
low?: Plat of Drake's rearrangement of
lots 4, .->. 9 and 10, of block 30, St. Paul
proper.; Yollmers rearrangement of block
£:'. West St. Paul proper; Henley's subdi
vision of westerly 141 feet of block 25,
Brown & Jackson's addition to West St.
Paul: Drake's subdivision of a part of
block 16, Whitney & Smith's addition to
St. Paul.
City Clerk Prendergast issued 957
licenses during ISS2, as follows: Liquor
384, beer 3, butchers 50, one horse vehicles
132, two horse vehicles 13A, peddlers 93,
miscellaneous 161. The income to the
city from this source amounted to
$5(M>77. Eleven persons were licensed to
carry concealed weapons and 2,040 dog
license were issued. The total income of
the city from taxes, license, etc., was
$710,000. The city council held 140 com
mittee meetings and 34 council meetings
during the year.
It was the last day of the old yea-,
practically, and the police court whose
white and unfeeling walls had so often
echoed the tales of crime, sorrow and mis
fortune, looked quite vacant and empty.
As hizzoner clambered to his seat on the
bench he looked into the bull pen, which
contained but one solitary old battered
and used up hulk ,of humanity, who had
been yanked in for vagrancy. The old man
looked at the clerk and bailiff and then at
the prisoner, when he addressed the latter.
This being the last day of the year, he
said, it is meet that the exponent of jus
tice in this temple tincture his rulings with
the gentle dew of mercy. It would be
well if injustice and crime and human
cussedness could be wrapped up in the
shroud of the old year and put on ice to
keep, but as this cannot be, I will let the
prisoner off on good behavior. Bat yer
honor, said the prisoner, I don't want to
be let off; I want to go up for a while.
That alters the case, replied hizzoner. and
you may take thirty days.
A Till It DAY TOWS.
A Newspaper at Livingston, Montana,
which is Phenomena].
Tee new town of Livingston, on the
Northern Pacific road, is scarcely a month
old, yet we have before us the first number
of the Livingston Gazette, bear
ing all the evidences of
a thrifty city. The advertisements
are an absolute wonder when the age of
the town is considered. There are stores,
hotels, lumber yards, livery stables, Ac.,
advertised showing that for a thirty day
start it is a good one. If it keeps on it will
be the . leading town on the N. P. in a
year.
Special Notice,
To his friends and the public generally, the
undersigned begs respectfully to announce that
he will offer from Tuesday, Jan. 2, on Special
Bargains in every line of goods of which a sur
plus stock has been transferred to him by the
firm of Esterley & Heinemann, such as Cloaks,
Dolmans, Underwear, Flannels, Hosiery, some
special lots of good, seasonable Dress goods.etc.,
etc. • ■
An inspection will repay yen. A large lot of
white Laces, just up in bunches from 2 to 10
yards in length will be offered at 10 cents per
bunch.
E^Do not fail to inspect our Cloak D?j»art
ment.«^3 Gcstav Heinot.ann,
. Corner Seventh and Jacl.
Successor to Estehley & Hei>-e3ia;::>\
PERSONAL.
W. 0. Hollister, Livingston, Mont., is at
the Metropolitan.
Bon. John Frank, Le Roy, has apart
ments at the Metropolitan.
At the Metropolitan: Geo. W. Van Bu
sen, Rochester; E. T. Rodolph, La Crosse:
Robt. Da vie. Monti eal; It. D. Pike, Baj"
iield.
Col. A. Allen, the popular mine host of
the Merchants, arrived home yesterday
from a visit of several weeks in the South,
in good time to oversee the organization
of the new legislature, in which, as a mem
ber of the third house, he has borne a
prominent part for 10, these
many years. Tho Globe is
pleased to record the fact that Col. Allen
returns in excellent health, and ready to
meet any and all responsibilities devolving
upop him.
XOTICE.
The firm of Natelsky & Kauffman have th; 6
day dissolved partnership by mutual consent.
Mr. Natel^kr will carry on the business at the
old stand at 124 Fort street, and will aseume all
liabilities.
The First Annual Ball of the Galvanized Iron
Cornice makers, will be held Tuesday evening,
Jan. 9, 1883, at Ffeifer's Hall. A pleasant even
ing in expected.
A General Stampede,
Never was such a rush made for any drug store
as is now at Lambie & Bethune's for a Trial
Bottle of Dr. King's Now Discovery for Con
sumption, Coughs and Colds. All persons af
fected with Asthma, Bronchitis, Hoarseness,
Severe Coughs, or any affection of the Throat
and Lungs, can get a Trial Bottle of this great
remedy free by calling at above drug store.
A Gentle Voice.
Our enterprising druggist has secured the
agency for the sale of Dr. Bigelow's Positive
Cure, wliich has no superior for coughs, colds,
consumption, whooping cough, ar.d nil throat
and lung diseases. To prove to you it has no
e'jxial call at P. J. Dreis' drug store and got a
bottle free.
Real Kstate.
The new firm of Fairchild & Davidson seems
to be looming up prominently among the lead
ing houses in their line in the city.
Col. J. H. Davidson is well known as one of
our b?st business men. He is full of energy, ar.d
his honesty is unquestioned.
His partner, Mr. J. Fairchild, has perhaps
withiu the past year m;:de more sales than any
other one man in the city. Both are thoroughly
posted as to values of property all over the city.
\\V are glad to know they are meeting with the
success they so richly peserve.
.^^^fl^ H^ri^H vJHfv Bff~Tr'ij Sr? *
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
This powdec naror varies. A iiiarvel of pur
ity, 6trsngth aud w]u>iea<Suier.ess. More econom
ical than, the ordinary kxcde, and cannot bo
test in competition with tho multitude of low
and short weight, alnrnor phosphate powders.
Sold only n cans, lio'iju. Baking Powder Co.,
106, Wallet. N. Y.
FOBS.
GARMENTS,
As well as PLUSH, Fur
lined and quilted satin
lined garments of all
kinds, can be bought of
us to better advantage
than elsewhere in St.
Paul, and we GUAR
ANTEE the QUALITY
Don't forget the place.
11l East Third St., St. Paul.
TAIICEINO.
Bh ■^9 EH fl Cob II flr^H I fif
leTailflii,
146 EAST THIBB STREET
WE, the undersigned, have this day bought
th* interest of G.W. Ardenon & Co., in
thegrorpry business, at corner of St. Peter and
Niaih r <'ti=. All bills and claims against the
iirrn of G. W. Anderson & Co. we will pay, and
at!«nu to all collections.
' lIAMOK A. libOK.
THE ST. PAUL SUNDAY GLOBE, SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 31,1882.
CITY PBOPEBTY.
We would respect
fully call the attention
of merchants and capi
talists to the fact as
shown by carefully com
piled figures, that to
day St. Paul is the me
tropolis of the great
Northwest. Taking into
consideration the won
derful activity and en
terprise of our citizens
during the past year in
the improvements made
in St. Paul, we feel that
we can safely say that
her growth in the year
1883 will far surpass the
expectation of her most
sanguine residents.
Parties who desire to
buy or sell real estate in
or about St. Paul, will
do well by calling on us
before purchasing or
listing their property
elsewhere.
We have a large list
of business and resi
dence property which
we will be pleased to
show purchasers at any
time.
Below is a list of a few
pieces of improved and
unimproved property,
to which we would call
special attention.
Fair*
336 Jackson St.,
DAVIDSON BLOCK.
LJ OUSE of 12 rooms, on the corner of Grand
JL-*- and Avon Sts., at price of house alone
Furnace, bath room with hot and cold water,
good barn, &c. Fuirchild & Davidson.
A LARGE SIONE HOUSE on lit. Airy St., '
at less than two-thirds value. Six room"
and biisement, good barn, lot 50x172.
_____^__ Fairchild & Davidson.
(^J-OOD BRICK HOUSE of 7 rooms, on Waba-
V* shaw street. Fairchild & Davidson.
TJ OUSE of 14 rooms in West St. Paul at a
-*-1- bargain. Fairchild & Davidson.
TTPLSE of 20 rooms on Deßow street for
■"• -*5.200. Will rent for $810 per year.
__^ Fairchild & Davidson.
rpWO TEN-ROOM HOUSES on Jackson St.
-i- Fairchild & Davidson.
GOOD EOUSE on 14th street, 7 rooms.
__ Fairchild & Davidson.
1 LARGE HOUSE and two lots on Sherburne
avenue. Fairchild & Davidson.
SMALL, CHEAP HOUSE, on valley street.
Fairchild & Davidson.
LARGE, DOUBLE HOUSE on Stillwater
street. Fairchild & Davidson.
TIOUSE of 7 rooms en 4th St., »n Dayton's
■"■ Bluff -$2,850. Fairchild & Davidson.
ALL of block 29, Lyman Dayton's Addition!
XX on easy terms. Fairchild & Davidson.
LOT on 7th street running through to 6th, on
Dayton's bluff. Fairchild & Davidson.
TTOUSE and two lots ob Robert St.
H^E Fairchild & Davidson.
G\ GOOD BUSINESS LOTS on Broadway.
£i Fairchild & Davidson.
2 NO. 1 BUSINESS LOTS on 4th St., near
Rosabel, which will bring within two or
three years double the price now asked.
Fairchild & Davidson.
USINESS BLOCKS that will rent for 12 per
cent, on price asked.
Fairchild & Davidson.
O A ACRES near the city, at $225 per acre.
O"rb Fairchild & Davidson.
"I f? ACRES with large, elegant house and good
X*J barn, adjoining the city, at a bargain.
Fairchild & Davidson.
Qf\ ACRES near the late purchase made by
O\J the North Pacific Railroad Co.
Fairchild & Davidson.
riIHE most beautiful building site on Dayton's
JL Bluff at a bargain, 160x200.
Fairchild & Davidson.
LOTS in Nininger & Donnelly's Addition.
Lots in Holcombe's Addition.
Lots in Bryant's Addition.
Lots in Woodland Park Addition.
Lots in Edwin Dean's Addition.
Lots in Manson & Simon ton's Addition. '
FUJI & DAVIDSON.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
Manufacturer and Wholesale Dealer in
Fine Cigars
And
TOBACCOS
Headquarters for his Famous Specialties, the
Paul Morphy
And
G-olden Bell
O IGARS I
NO. 157 EAST THIRD STREET,
' ' - j L __Minn.
— STATIONERY. _~~~
T. S. WHITE STATIONERY CO.
i-he Leading House m St. Paul by way of largest stock and greatest variety, invito the Trade to
call and examine our stock >f
Paper, EM 800 l Stationery anfl Fancy Goods for t&e Holiday Traae.
Wholesale Only. 7i East Third Street, St. Paul
FIVE CENTS A ME
FAIRCHILITS REAL ESTATE— will
JL shortly have the most effective force I have
ever had in my real estate office, and will be pre
pared better to attend to wants of buyers or sel
lers than ever before.
If you want to buy or sell real estate of any
kind in or near St. Paul call at Ist floor corner
•ffice, corner Fourth and Jackson. Established
1857» H. S. Fairchild.
SITUATIONS WASTED.
"DOY WASTED— Cedar street.
BOY wanted with some knowledge of print
ing. Good wages. J. W. Cunningham, 325
Wabashaw street. 365-2.
WANTED— A situation as butcher by an
Englishman; will work for low wages. Ad
dress J. Kenney. Cedar street, between Seventh
and Eighth. 361-367
WANTED— situation as nurse for chil
dren by a reliable young girl. Can give in
truction in music and help in studies. Ad
dress 413 North Fort street, St. Paul, Minn.
361-36?
A DRESSMAKER wishes engagements to sew
£%. in families. Can give city references. Call
459 St. Peter street. 361-267
SITUATIONS OFFERED.
Wewum.
\/T7 ANTED—A competent girl to cook, wash
¥ v and iron. Apply at No. 172 Summit
avenue. ;:',65-l
"\TT7"ANTED—An experienced girl for coo king
Tf wafehiiiK and ironing, (.'all soon at 415
East Tenth street. 3G5-G
WANTED— A girl for general housework, at
No. 8 Nash street. 365-6
K/"\ GIRLS wanted. Gins can obtain situa-
ZJ\s- tion free. Families and hot els supplied
with good reliable help. Office fees reduced
from £1 to 25 cents. German Intelligence Office,
516 St. Peter s'tt'et. 365.
WANTED— A female cook at 403 Wabasha*
street. 8153>
WANTED —First-class girl for general
IT housework can find a good place and good
wages. Address A. M., Globa office, giving
your address. ... Stil-367
WANTED— Two girls for kitchen and lann
dry .it the Commercial hotel. 361-367
TO RENT
J7IOR SALE—S3,OOO new house, 7 rooms,
good barn and full-size lot, on St. Anth
ony hill: convenient to street cars; easy terms.
Inquire 647 Portland aye. 365-1.
FOR RENT,A6maII cottage, in first-class con
dition, with well, cistern and cellar, also
three largo rooms. Inquire at 396 Carroll
street. 865-2
FOR RENT—One house at $15 per month.
Apply to J. A. Sabin, Davidson's block.
365-1
FOR BENT— frame store formerly occu
pied by me will be for rent after January
15th next. Also the two upper stories of the
new brick block adjoining. For further infor
mation call on A. WINTER,
364* Cor. 9th and Wabashaw sts.
Rooms.
FURNISHED ROOMS for r.nt, No. 451 St.
Peter stieet, opposite New Market 865-2
npWO GENTLEMEN can obtain furnished
A. room (first floor) with board,at 554 St.Peter
street. , 365
FURNISHED ROOM—To rent, 417 Wabashaw
street. 344*
FOR RENT— to our removal to new
and larger quarters, we will lease our
present rooms, two upper floors, with the fix-'
tures, if wanted, for a cigar manufactory. Grun
hagen & Frey, 1 8 East Third street. 284*
/CHOICE OFFICES for rent, upstairs, corner
\J Third and Robert eta., over Boston One-
Price Clothing Store. Inquire of Secretary
Chamber of Commerce. 265*
_______ Bouse*. .
FOR SALE—Corner on Fourth and Broad-
J. - way; corner on Fifth and Cedar streets;
corner on Third and Oak streets; corner on Fifth
and Oak streets; comer on Sixth and Minnesota
streets; another comer on Cedar and Fifth streets:
corner on Fort and Chestnut streets; comer on
Exchange and Chestnut street; corner of Wash
ington and Chestnut streets. Business and resi
dence lota in every part of the city. H. L
Carver, 28 E. Third street.
"JOB RENT—The building now known as
Arcade Hotel, No. 853 Robert street, be
tween Fourth and Fifth streets, is for rent after
first day of March next. Apply to Thomas J.
1 Barney, room No. 2, next to Chamber of Com
merce room. 355*
IpOR RENT—Dwelling house with seven
rooms. Inquire at Bircher & McGrath's
store, Sixtk ward. >" • 361*
II AIRCHILD'S HEAL ESTATE—I wUI short
ly have the most effective force I hare
ever had in my real estate office, and will be pre
pared better to attend to wants of buyers or sel
lers than ever before.
If yon want to bay or sell real estae of any
kind in or near St. Paul call at Ist floor comer
office, corner Fourth and Jackson. Established
1857. H. 8 Faircbild.
FIVB€ENTSALINE
— ~" ~t~i aCLvc ■laZT™
WILL loan upon or buy Life Ins. Policies.
L. P. Van Norman, 850 Jackson. 89
LOST AND WOVUJti. ——
rOST— Friday Morning, Dec. 29th, a right
■" hand beaver glove. Finder will leave with
Charles J.Borryhill, 104 E. Third street. 264-265
for SALE.
Real Estate.
IIAIRCHILD'S REAL ESTATE.— will short
ly have the most effective force I have ever
had in my real estate office and will bo prepared
better to attend to wants of buyers or sellers
than ever before.
If you want to buy or tell real estate of any
kind in or near St Paul call at Ist floor comer,
office,comer Fourth and Jackson.Establised 1857.
H. S. Fairchild.
fiOR SALE—House with six lots, near Ohio
street (Sixth ward). Inquire of J. A. Mc-
Conkey, either at Globe office or at residence.
351*
O^_/^ ACRES of No. 1 wheat land, one-half
£Jj£\J plowed, to exchange for eastern or
other property. 11. L. Carver, 28 East Third
street.
f^OR SALE— acres of land, adjoining city
limits, at $300 per aero. H. L. Carver,
No. 28 East Third stu>ot. 365
FOR —Twelve acre tract near Fair
grounds, 4 acre tract on Marshall avenue,
15 lots on St. Anthony avenue, 14 lots on Hondo
street, 9 lots on Carroll street, 12 lots on Mar
shall avenue, 16 lots on Dayton avenue, 5 lots on
Selby avenue, 6 lots on Hague avenue, 4 lots on
Laurel avenue, 81 lots on Division street, 27 lots
on Portland avenue, 30 lots on Summit avenue,
23 lots on raid avenue, 15 lots on Lincoln av
enue, 5 lots on Pleasant avenue, 9 lots on Uni
versity avenue, 12 good houses, 20 pieces of
choice business property, 18 acre tract on Spell
ing avenue, 17J.( acres pear Union park, 40 acre
tract on Swelling avenue, Dayton bluff property,
St. Anthony hill property, and good farm lands
for sale by S. Lee Davis* real estate agent. 300
Jackson street.
XT7E offer the public the largest and most
¥ f complete list of City and Suburban prop
erty of any agents in the city.
Over 100 Houses in all locations and all prices,
vacant lots, Business Property, acre tracts,
blocks and farms.
Wo offer the following bargains for a short
time only:
One block on Summit avenue, $SO,OCO.
One block on Lincoln avenue, 88,000.
Ten acres on St. Anthony hill, $8,500.
Five acres en University avenue, $6,000. -;
Ten acres near Mississippi street, *4,500.
Forty acres on Lake Coma, -*12,000.
Fifteen acres on Dayton's Bluff, 811,^03.
In St. Anthony Hill property we can offer
many good investments, among wUch are the
following:
Ten lots on Grand avenue, $5,200.
Seven lots on Summit avenue, $6,500.
Four lots on Summit avenue, $4,500.
Three lots corner Grotto and Dayton, $2,5C0.
Nice lot on Holly avenue. $1,500.
Also a large number of cheap lots in Nininger
4 Donnelly's Addition, offering an excellent in
vestment.
Choice property on University avenue, Rice
street and vicinity, Fort street and in West St.
Paul.
A very desirable lot corner Bates avenue and
Third street only $1,200. All of the abova and
many other good bargains for sale by
LYNCH & HENDRICKS,
104 East Third street, Presley Block.
IUaSCELLa XEO US.
A CARD, 63 East Third street, Jan. 1,; 1883,
Dear Sir: We are preparing for our spring
business a large list of property in St. Paul and
vincity. Would you kindly favor us with a list
of your lots that you may wish to dispose of,
with net prices and terms; we will give them our
special attention. Respectfully, Teeple &
Hosken.
FOR SALE or exchange for a new milch
cow, a half Jersey cow. Apply at No. 172
Summit avenue. . 365-1
MONEY TO $1,000,53,500,56,000 on
Ramsey county real estate. H. L. Carver
No. 28 East Third Street. 865
A GENTLE family horse to let for board for
XJI light driving. Address X, this office. 365
OR RENT OR SALE—Newly finished coY
tage, on Sixth street, between Bates avenue
and Maple street, Dayton's Bluff. Inquire M.
D. Miller, 16 West Third street. 855*
TO EXCHANGE— invoice of about $800 of
JL hoes, shovels,spades and forks for Ramsey
county real estate. H. L. Carver, 28 East Third
street.
SHOULD you desire to obtain information of
O any kind or about any person, strictly
confidential, write, enclosing stamp, to St. Paul
Private Inquiry, P. O. box 2317.
sun tues thur 887-367
mEEPLE & HOSKEN, real estate agents, 68
JL East Third street, conduct auction sales . of
real estate, stocks of merchandise and household
effects at tho residence.
843-sat-sun-tue-thurs-lmo
ANTED—A printer to take charge of an
office in a flourishing country town. Situ
tion permanent to a suitable man. ' Apply at
Globe counting room after 10 a. m. to-day.
' 363-865. .
OLD AND VELVET PICTURE FRAMES
VX in groat variety by C. Thomas, 826. Waba
shaw stredt. 861-365
\TEW POOL TABLES -At Dowe's, 1 and 8
Jl\ Bridge square. 85/-868
_^ FIEE SALE OF CLOTHING.
LAST PEW DATS.
All of the Clothing Damaged by Fire at
6n Bi J§fl3&i ~ Bh H Sh Hi Sfl Ipi ** eh HI 19 fifl ■ r« »■
BPal kb |D BH Efil BH UES KM MM ■■ KM |H m
Having been disposed of, until Jan. Ist a large
f, m.ouni °, f the regular stock will be marked at
"Fire Sale" prices- This will only last until
stock taking, so now is the time to purchase.
91 East Third Street.
' JEWELERS. ~ ~ '
..I. thAii cfcuii-
JEWELERS !
115 EAST THIRD STREET, - - ST. PAUL.
Superb Wamonds, Bronzes, Marbles, Silver and Presentation
Watches. Remember the Old Reliable House
Established in 1855.
P. F. EGAS A- CO., 115 E. Third Street.
, WATCHMAKERS, MAKDFACTURIK JEWELERS ASP ENGRAVERS.
WHOLESALE PRODUCE. '
u« BS _->. _ffn S
|_J_J T 1
WHOLESALE
Provisions and Produce,
FRUITS, NUTS, &O.
190 East Tliirfl street, - - - St. Pail, in.
PAWMBBOKEB.
(HUD WSTRIBUTM
OP
Christmas Prizes.
I LlTLE,¥j2iJii Street,
Dealer in Fine Jewelry and Forfeited Pledges of all descrintiono
Es£_£ s Eto_r tag annua! distrib4on <£ws£«
Biaionfl Ear Drops, valnefl a! $800, to No. 76.
Wai anfl Chain, yaluefl at $326, to No. 999.
GjOfl Bracelet, njnl at $163, to No. 2,704.
le Pieces of Silver, ydnfl at $100, to 1.807.
Doll wl Diaii Ear Drops, rained at $100, to No. 331
Pencil ana Jnfly, yaw at $50, to No. 524
Parties holding these numbers can obtain their prizes by
applying to * y
E. LYTLE, So, 41 Jackson Street
:HARDMATT KjAiJ^^^'RETA"-
Le3-»^^^"MUSICAL MERCHANDISE!
V ~ * A ■ General western agent for I
PAUL' WESTERN COTTAGE "ORGAN I
BUSINESS COLLEGES.
; AND TELEGRAPHIC INSTITUTE,
Has long since established its claims to public favor and has now entered upon its 18th Tear nude*
the most favorable auspices. Bend for catalogue giving full particulars. Cor. 8d and Jackson.
W. A. FADDIS, Principal.
BOOT AND SHOE DEALEBS. W?fi&~';\
HOLIDAY SLIPPERS]
v BOOTS, SHOES, ETC.
BCHLEEK& CO,
St. Pa. hnvo tho_. largest and finest display in the Northwest*
Agent,., mox xilSJ*j?B Fine Shoes. ■V'/^-^.-'---:-.-:;■-,,■ ;
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