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D_i. . w «__--__-« lflb_U«.WE_-fc. Ornci Chuot Bio. al Officxe, W4-nrnc<JTO-r. D. C, Jan. 11, 9»6 p. m. Observation, taken at the same moment of time at ai! stations. rj .i r a. Kiasi.sTPPi vallky. Bar. Ther. Wind. Weath<»r. «t ._r .. 29.79 15 0 Cloudy. I :_■__:::::: ... w.m «>_____ s cioudy. I* Crosse 29.8G 15 ,8 C.oudy. No.'.rvwi-.ST. Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather. }•; ,-.-), „tj il 29 I.W Cloudy. Ft. Garry.'.*"...80.08 -» N _ „, F»ir> Minnedota 30.03 -4 NW_^CiOudy. Moorhead 30.02 4 N Clear. 8t. Viocent 80.08 -6 N | % Clear. HOBT-tEHH UOOKl. MOUHTAI- SLOPI. H»r. Ther. Wind. Wer.ther. Ft A-sinabnine..80.12 89 SW Clear. Vt. Kuford 80 09 21. NW Clear. Ft Custer 80.25 40 W Cloudy. Helena, M. T...30.86 .. SW Cloudy. Huron, Dak 80.11 27 NW Fair. UFPEU LAKES. Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather. Duluth 29.86 27 E Chicago 30.06 15 S Cloudy. MIDDLE EASTERN BOOIT KO.OT-J-. SLOPE. Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather. Denver 80.41 45 SW Fair. Dodge City 3_38 80 W Clear. MISSODBI VALLET. Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather. Leavenworth.... 80.15 32 W Fair. Omaha 30.09 89 W Clear. CAIL- LOOAL HBA-tB. I-.- v- . D3«,-P.>i"t. Wind. W_.tiwr. 23 093 0 7 0.7 SE Cloudy. A mould of melted snow .C8. mazimnm ther mom.-er, 19.0: -ninimum ttiermometor, 19.j; daily range, 88.5. River, frozen. -Below zero. Sote-Baromete- cori-ected for temporaturs an elevation. P. F. Ltohb, g_T«e_._1 Slznal Con :-: 3. A. to-day's weatheb. Wa .iimgtO-, .Inn. 12.—1 a. m.— Indications f or , • issippi: Ganerally clearing warmer weather, westerly winds and rising barometer pr.cnded in southern portion by ', ii-souri: Generally w&rme- and fairer; terry winds backing southwesterly; rising barometer followed in north srn E '• -«>n bv fal1" ing barometer. CXX1 «_.OJJC_.K._. The oommittee on police, of the council, will meet at 3 o'clock this afternoon. Tno proceeds of tho policemen's ball netted, each member of the police force $20, F.fter paying expenses. John Morty filed a suit in the district court yesterday against John F. Hanley for judgment for $158.50 on a promissory uoto. Chief Black says that it was the hand ■!k in als on hook and ladder No. 1, which oxtingriished the fire in Foley & Scott's An evening's readings and recitations wiil be given at the Y. M. C. A. rooms next Thursday, Jan. 17, by Arthur M. Dtarborn the elocutionist. Yesterday largo forces of men and teams were busily employed in removing the "beautiful snow" from the streets of our metropolis. The Minnesota state firemen's conven tion holds its session at Henderson next Taesd -.j atd Wednesday. Adjutant General MacCarthy was gel ting the hang of his offioe at the state house ysterday preparatory to taking foil command Feb. 1. i Ttking advantage of good sleighing there was an unusually large number of farmers wagons in the oity yesterday with gram, dressed hogs and hay. B. Presley & Co. filed a suit and attach ment against L.I. Cail, in the district court ' esterday, for a judgment of $180 on account for goods sold defendant. Officer Palmer arrested a sneak thief named C. E. Burton yesterday afternoon on the charge of stealing a robe from the cutler of Mr. Hope, on Robert street. The eupreme court brought its October term to a close on Thursday afternoon after a forenoon and afternoon session, it being the longest term held since its or ganization. Chester Hitohoook filed a suit against Austin, Charles A. and Alice P. Lind in the district court yesterday, to clear his title to blook 4 of Brown _ J tckson's addi tion to St. Paul. The by-laws of the Riohmoud Mining comwany of St. Paul, were filed with the secretary of state yesterday, and also those of the Crested Butte,Mining and smelting company of this oity. S. D. MoNul & Co., wholesale fish deal ers of Chioago, fited a suit in the district court yesterday, against the Easiern Fish co iinany, of this city, for a ju(?_;ment of $160.77 balance of account. The "Emma Brad Fund" has been in creased si:u:e the last reoort by one dollar each from A. S.Elfelt and Wm. A. Van Sljck, wh'ch amounts were handed to James H. Davidson to be .orwarded. Building Inspector Gates A. Johnson, has taken posst ssion of his office. After becoming familiarized wih tho dcties cf the position it is his intention to suggest soma slight _i--di_t-.i-ion3 iu th. building ord i i_;i u«3. Plankington _. Armour, the extensive packers, of Milwaukee and Chicago, have tented two stalls in the Market hou^e, and they v,:ll Etart a branch wholesale house in thi* oity. The first oar load of meat arrived yesterd.iy. The public will be pleaB9d to learn that the m vrital difficulties of Mr. Samuel Pot ter, of this cuy, with whom they have be come more less familiar during the past six months, were happily settled yesterday by his marriage to Sarah A. Gouluhawke Au anr ndment of the articlee of incor poration of tne North Star Woolen M 11 .omptuy, of Minneapolis, wm filed with the s.orei'.ry of state y6aterd:.y. The amendment increases the capital stock to $200,01)0 and the share, to 4,000 at $50 each John Nelson, of Backer county, w-ts be foro Uaited States Commissioner Cnrdozo yesterday, on the charge of selling whisky to Indian?. This being tha seooad ctiirge of the kind against him, he was sentenced to pay a fine of £100 and stand cotm-inted for thirty days. There will be an adjourned meeting of the resident members of the old Second Minnc sora regiment to morrow, (Saturday) January 12th, at 3 o'olock p. in. ut the offioe of Col. A. R Kiefer, 190 East Seventh street, to arrange for the reunion -of that regiaient, January 22i, next. Tne stalls of the Market hon*e are rap idly filling up with a class of substnntial dealers. Among the new tenants of the building is the tirm of Van Camp „ Co , wholesale dealers in canned goods, of In dianapolis. The business will be conduct ed by Mr. Henry M. Tucker, formerly the head olerk of the Clarendon hotel. Intelligence was receiyed in St. Paul yesterday of the death and burial of Mr. John McDonald, who died at the Whit> Earth Indian agency. He was one of the most noted men iu the northwest, having immigrated to Minnesota nearly sixty years ago, when the oountry was a wilder ness and filled with Indians, by whom he waa greatly beloved. He was a brother of Sir James McDonald. The closing meeting of the week of prsyer will be held this afternoon from 3 to 4, in Plymouth chapel, on Wabashaw street. Several of the pastors have prom ised to attend, and those in the various congregations are herewith invited to at tend. The subject will b6: "Prayer for missions and the missionary spirit." The old land mark is gone, with its Hated pillars and dorie capitals aud hen coop roof. The admiration and pride of primitive St. Paul, even to its wide aud imposicg flight of wooded steps was de molished yesterday, and nothing remains now where once stood the "new court house" but the arched vault, which formed tne muniment room. PE_._ON"A_. S. S. Paige, of Anoka, is at the Mer chants hotel. Senator H. J. Peck, of Shakopee, is at the Clarendon. Mr. J. K. Miller,' of Casselton, was in the oity yesterday. P. B. Tyler, of Walla Walla, was at the Clarendon yesterday. A. Chandler,and J. O. Gregg, of Fargo, were in the oity yesterday. J. J. Dawson, of Prince Arthur's Land ing, is at the Metropolitan hotel. Capt. J. D. Rohn, of the Northern Pacific j ace tion. is at the Merchants hotel. T. W. Pogh, a prominent banker of Ellendaie, D. T., is at the Met chants. R. C. Mitchell, of Duluth Tribune, -nd M. Nichols, of that city, were at the Mer chants yesterday. Mr. E. Hanfon, of the firm of Haneon & Bros., the leading butchers of Moorhead, was in the city yesterday. He purchased a choioe lot of oattle from the yards of De laney & O'Connor. Mr. H. S. Harcourt, former editor of the Lisbon, Dakota, Clipper, arrived in St. Panl yesterday and is at tbe Merchants. Mr. Harcourt recently sold hia paper and he is en route south where he will pass a few weeks' vacation from the tedious and exacting duties of the sanctum. He speaks in glowing terms of the prospect, aud en terprise of Lisbon, and it is his intention to return before spring. Case Dismissed. Blunt, Dak. Jan. 11.—In the case of the Territory vs. James VV. Shaw, charged with bribing Governor Ordway, the prosecution, after being allowed a degree of latitude rarely extend ed to cases of this character, this forenoon, on its own motion, dismissed the complaint. The costs were taxed against Gilchase, the compain ing witness, the court finding the prosecution was without probable cause, aud malicious. Skating Rink, corner Thirteenth and Cedar. M sic and dancing on the ice to-night. Ice in ti: lendid condition. Tho $30,000 Promptly Paid. San Fbancisoo, Cal., Dec. 8, 1883.—Cashier Bank of Kentucky, Louisrille, Ky.: Collect en closed prize ticket of Henry College Lottery, drawn November 29, 1883, No. 78,880, drawing $.10,000. H. Wads-.vouth, Treasurer, Wells, Fargo & Co. Office Hkney College Lottery Co., Louis ville, Ky., Deo. 17, lb_3.—Received of J. J. Douglas, of the Henry College Lottery Cosapany, Thirty Thousand DoUars cash, in fuU payment for prize ticket No. 78,3*10, bought by E. M. Raiiton, Master of Transportation, and George Crockar, Vice President, Contra! Pacific Rail road, San Francisco, Cal., drawn November 29, 1883. Bank of Kentuckt. Next grand drawing will take place in Louis ville, Ky., Thursday, Jan, 31-1, 1-84. $80,000 capital prize. Tickets only tS; Halves, $1.00. Address J. J. Douglas, LouisviUe, Ky. Turner 11 all, Grand Masquerade of tho St. PaulTurnverein, Thursday, January 24,1884. Admission to hall, one person, JI; to gallery, $1. Reserved eeats in the haU, $2. Only masques will be admitted to the floor. For Whooping Cough take Allen's Congh Bal sam. AU genuine bears the signature of J. P. Mien, Druggist, St. Paul Minn. St. Paul, Minn., Ja". 11, 1884. Assignee's sale of H. E, Mann's stock has been postponed till Monday next, Jan. 14th. Parties desiring to bid, have the privilege of looking the stock over Satarday and Monday, Jan. 12th and 14th, from the haurs of 10 to 13 a. m. aad 2 to 4 p. m. 8ealed bids will be re ceived and opened on Monday, 8 p. m., Jan uary 14th J. A. Owens, Assignee. died. HAYEg—At Beloxie, Miss., Michael J. Hayes, aged 22 years. Funeral to-day, at 2 o'clock, p. m., from the undertaking rooms of D. O. HaUoran, West Sixth street, St. Panl. KAVANAGH—At the residense of E. C. Star key, c.rner of Farquierand Reaney street's, at 8 o'olock p. m. January 11. Thomas Kava nagh, aged 44 years. Notice of funeral will be given hereafter. It* . -* Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. A marvel of puri :y, -t-rength and wholesomsiiess. More econo_ni cal than .fee ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold in oorp petition with the mnl-ctudes of low test, short weight, alum or phosphate powders. Sold ■j-nly in cans. Ro.al Baking Powdeb Co., 106 atreet. New York. Teeth extrac ted without pain. All work guar anteed. Dr.Cu_lum,41 East 3d St., Cor.Cedat MEDICAL. MeninHotWater. CURES AIDS COSTIVE. ESS. DIGESTION. RELIEVES REGULATES HEADACHE. THE BOWELS. THE ST. PAUL DAT! Y GLOBE, SATURDAY MOfttfLYGr, JANUARY 12, 1884. EEAL XSTATI. We shall have for rent in the new Rice Building, corner Fifth and Jackson street, about the First of January, A NOBBY OFFICE! having more space than we re quire. We expect to move into our new quarters there, the first ot the year, and shal be glad to see our friends. "We shall be able to offer them a chair, so that they can study our maps, extensive list of property, and prices comfortably and at their leisure. It is a trifle too gelid at this writing to look at property, ex cept on the map, but you can absorb the situation to your advantage. MONEY TO LOAN on im proved city property. .ochmHem!, Gilfilian Elo DAVIS & BROWN. I Male ai leri&ap km: 860 5 ackson Street, St. PauL, Minn, Inrastments made and taxeo paid for aon ■eeidents. WILLIAM G. ROBERTSON, REAL \EHTATE AND FINANCIAL AGENT, (Successor to D. A. Robertson A Co., the oldest real et>tate agancy in Minnesota.) So. 7 .IcQrulliffl Biock cor. 3d Wabashaw. W. H. H. JOHNSTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW, AND REAL ESTATE BROKER, 858 Jackson Street. A. V. TEEPLE, state and Loan Broker No. 68 East Third Street. ST. PAUL, - - - MINX?. HEZEKIAH HALL, years established in St. Paul as) EEAL ESTATE AND DIET BROKER, Corner Third and Bobert streets, in the Savings Bank block, ST. PAUL, MINN. N. B.—Special attention given to property and interests of non-resident clients. Investments guaranteed to net 7 per cent. Capitalists wUl do weU to cones pond. 864 R. W. JOHNSON, Seal Estate Agent, B-umhelmer Block, Boom 11. 8?. PAUL, - - - MIHlf ESTATE OF JOHN F. M'IKTOSH. ld_aini.tr a tor's 9_le> On Monday, January 14, 1884, at 10 a. m. and in front cf the butcher shop of Messrs. Davis A McAuley, on Robert street, between Eifth and Sixth streets, in ths city of St. Paul, in Ramsey county, State of Minnesota, being at No. 8.1 said Robert street, and pursuant to the order of the probate court of said Ramsey county, made in the matter of the estate of said John F. Mcintosh, deceased, I, the undersinged, as the administrator of said«estate, wiU seU at pmlic aution to the highest bidder for cash, the follow ing described personal property: That certain trotting horse known as "Butcher Jim"; 1 gray horse called "Charley"; 1 bay horse called "Frank"; 1 black horse called ''Dan," and 1 black horse called "Kitty"; 8 sets single harness; 2 sots double harness; 1 single buggy; 1 Bewing machine wagon; I lumber wagon; 1 hay rack; 1 heavy meat wagon; 1 6tngle sleigh;! bob sleigh; 1 cutter; I pair double bobs; 1 wholesale meat wagon; 1 h.nd truck; 1 coal stove; 1 pair scales; 1 safe; 1 office stove; 1 letter press. To any one witliing I will furnish an inspection of said property. URI L. LAMPREY, Administrator of estate of John F. Mcintosh, deceased. 6-14 BRIBES. 6. FARW^LL.' Ljzlvv Office. BOOM',6, C«r. ef Wabashaw and Fourth strict, Over Express Office 270 fl!R F_Y-.I_.I_ . a ra v *• !i' a /_ 1 11 HSiI'lL^ ../IA-- Jt JS.-L--.J_ _J J_LH)___iKJs KENNBY & HUDNER tOS asd _8. West Third Straet" ODixwlto _l«troo_llt*n Hotel llIIK ffl'TER ACADEMY, AND Commercial Institute, This instituticn ia tho "(.rove Lake Academj of Individual Instruction," which by a libera bonus of land and money by the people of Saul Center ia now located on the banks of Sauk lake, one and a half miles from thb village. The school will enter on its seventh ye and resume business on Monday, September 8 This school has been a complete success, an has given to ita patrons entire satisfaction. No claseea. Pupils recite alone in private room Befereno* to the business and professions men of Center. It wiU pay parents who have sons educate from home to send for cular aud rules of this institution. We have mple acco_a_no dation|foreighty (80) boarders THB PRINCIPAL. FOE SALE. FOR SALE—A very large "Radiant Home" stove, at WoltorstoTff & Moritz. 11-15 i/'OR SALE—Second-hand cigar moulds, at . Grunhagen & Frey's, corner Sixth and Ro bert streets. 8-21 fT^OR SALE—11 furnished rooms, centrally _ located, with extra low rent. Inquire 145 East Seventh street. 4* BEHT TEETH $8c FIVE! EOTS A ______ SITUATIONS WANTED. Femalee. WANTED— A German lady derires a posi tion as gOTemess in a private family. Address R. __.._(_ lobe office. 11-17 WANTED —A situation as nurse girl to go .South, can "be seen .rom two to four, at 235 West Fifth street. 8-U Stales. \AI AE__5U—A situation a6 coachman, by a VT man who thoroughly understands the business, has had long experience. Best of refer ences. Address __,. Dempsey, Globe office. 339* " * J/ANTED—A situation by a young 8oo; ch » ▼ Canadian, a^ed 19. BLas been a year at the hardware business. Is strictly honest, will ing and active. Any honest employment wiU be taken. Address B, Globe office. 33.* SITUATIONS OFFEEED. Males. WANTED —German cemoositors at Volk« aeiturgoffice, St. Paul! 11-12 "YXT ANTED—A respectable young man (Cana v v dian) age _K :, desiree employment of soma kind. Can turn s hand to most a rything. Can work in an office, store, laundry or restaurant, and can play in brass band. Considering the duU times, would be satisfied if board bdl was paid. Please address T. Clark, gtnoraldebvery, St. Paul. ■ 8-14 WANTED —Shoemaker wanted, 539 Bice street. 8-T4 Feinai «». iff/TANIED —A girl who can cook aud do 71 laundry work, at518 Stillwater. 9-15 WANTED —A «irl for general housework. Apply from 2 to 4 p. m., at No. 227 Iglehart street. 3* TO KENT STORE FOR RENT—_C8 Rice street. Drug business preforred. Apply to J. li. West, 813 Wabashaw stieet. 12-14 FOR BENT—H.i 3 of three rooms, fro. 15. Pleasar t avenr-. 11-14 "E^OR RENT—Residence of eight rooms on JP Ravine street, near school house. Fair child & Davidson 11-14 FOR RENT—Residence on Bamsey street, 9 or 10 rooms, modern conveniences. Fair child & Da'idson. 11-14 FOR BENT—Residence of I. rooms on Grant street. FairchUd & Davidson. 11-14 "C*OR RENT—Small houso on Prairie street. JC FairchUd A Davidson. 1114 FOR RENT— $'.2 a month, t_on.es in As! ton & Sherburne's addition, F AUi3, k9 GUfitlan block. 10-14 jj^OR RENT—A house of 8 rooms and barn _t JL the corner of Sixth and Wacouta streoto. Inquire at 241 Pearl fatreet. 9-12 L^OB RENT—A boarding house of _u_eeo _t rooms. Will rent from now unt-1 the first of May for $3;?. No 2-2 Acker street. 346* Jl^OR RENT—A large houso, 542 Cedar street. k Affifly to <-_! No. 1.19 Josoaa st. S^C- Bi^OB RENT—House partly or wholly furn 0J ished. WoU located. Rent $45 or $50 per month. Address, Kent, Globe office. 8ir7* |JlOE RENT—A cottage with four rooms, - pantry and closets, good water and ever} convenience. Apply to J. (J. _lcC_.rthy, Sixth Wfl_: _ '27(t* r|vTj..ENT—House of six rooms on Ohio JL. Btreet. Inquire of P. R. Mc.DonneU, grocer, comer George and Ohio streets, Sixth ward. 175* Ti^OP. RENT—The Weber residence at White A. Bear Lake, furnished or unfurnished. Ap ply at Bamaley'e Pavilion, Cottage Park station, yhite Pear laka. 1 __• BtMWi KOOMS FOR RENT—Two furnished rooms. Address Lodging, Globe office. 807* REAL ESTATE. * WE are still holding a large list of West Side property at the old prices in any and all parts of the ward on easy terms. Come early. I_awton Bros. 6-12 SECURE your home now, while property is cheep: lots in the Sixth ward from $*_( up at (25 cash and $5 per month. Paul Martin A Co., end of bridge. G—12 FOR SALE—The following denrabi. loos: lots corner Pleasant avenue and Sixth street . lots on Rioe street, between Iglehart and Til torn streets; 10 lots in Irvine's Second addition fonting on Seventh street, (end of bridge); 11 los in Irvine's addition to Wast St. Paul; also, a well established paying business. Apply to George W. Turnbull, 848 Exchange street, city: S28* LOTS and money to build on monthly pay ments. Pioneer Building Society, 35. Jggkaon street. 1M* /IST your property for sale and orders for ._ purchases with Geo. H. Ha.eard, Best __tate and Loan Aaent, 170 East Third etroet it. Paul. _*• 1 IOTS $25 cash and .5 p?r month on the J West side, Paul Martin & Co., end of bridge. 6-12 WUfiANVXAJb. MONEY LOANED on furniture, pianos, in residence witnout re moval. E. & F. Peters, 288 Sibley street, oppo site Union depot. 3',-'.»* LOANS on Life Ins. Policies. L. P. Van Norman, No. 245, 1st Ave S. Minneapolis. HORSES. U3T ARUIVED—At Hill & Keating's new^ barn, Seven Corners, two car loads of first class heavy draft and driving horses. Please give us a call and see for yourselves. Hill & Keating. 9-i'i MISCELLANEO US. WANTED TO BUY—Second-hand cylinder desk. Address John, care Daily Globe. 10-12 CULLEN'S LIVERY, Nos. 23 and 25 West Fourth street —The finest vehicles of all kinds in the Northwest. Coachmen with or without livery; a competent agent to attend car riages at parties, opera, weddings, etc.; a first class colored man, Bruce Bryant, to attend d ;oi at parties and reoeptio-- s. Invitations delivered with promptness and dispatch. K. P. Calien. 8-98 I7_RST CLASS day board at International Jp Hotel, corner Seventh and Jackson streets. ti. 50 per week. 854-8 i 17_)B HALE OB RENT—195 acres, one milc- JC front postofnee; best stone quarry in liice county. I furnish all stone for state instru donB,"Shattuck schools, St. Mary 5- Hall and all public buildings, located hero, patent lime kil., four dwellings, one st ne,' one frame barn, one st ne bam connected w th blacksmith shop, etc. Twent* -five acres, sontaining the quarry and im prov menta, will be sold or rented separately, if desired. Keason for selling—old age and poor he.iith. Apply to Philip Cromer, Faribault, Minn. 1 J'» TAILORING. Fine Moil, 146 EAST THIRD STREET. KAVANAGB'S AUCTIONS. ASSIGNEE S STOCK OF ELEGANT FCR Garments at Auction—I wdl sell at auction at my salesroom No. 49 fcast Third street, com menc ng on Tuesday, Jannary 1. th, • 110 o'clock a. m., about $10,<a_> worth of ele ant fur gar ments, consisting of real Alaska seal .acque. and seal dol _ ans, otter .aequo- and dolmans, iberian squirrel, ermire. civet, Frerch beaver. Ha _.s er, Russian hare, wink and other lur-lined and trimmed garments; together with a largelot of fur _auffs, boas collars, satchele, etc. This line s by fa the finest of this class of goods ever brought to this section of the count-y and should cojjmand the attention of those who de sire to obtain really n_e gooes at their own price. The goods op-n for Uispfction from Fri uay, . _: nary 11th, at 12 m., ant'1 day of sale. P. T. KAVANAGH, ll-l- Auctienoir. AT AUCTION—I wiU sell at a'ic _on, at my salestand, corner of Third, and C.dar street?, at It) o'clock, this morning, (weather permitting.) a lot of house hold fnrxutare, stores, >-tc.. also, several mules, condemaed by the U. S- government. P. T. KIVANAGH, Auctioneer. CTATB OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF RAMSEY U ss—In Probut. Court, apecial Term, January 10, 188.. In the matter of the estate of John F. Beard, deceased: On refding and filing the petition of Albert L. Cot, executor of the estate of John F. Beard, deceased, reprei-entinf? anions other thin^. thai he has fully administered said estate, and praying that a tlm. and pl-'ice be fixed for examining and allowing his account of administration, and for the assignment of the residue of said estate to the persomn nno.'d in the .Till of said deceased; It is ordered, That said account be exam ined and petition heard by the judge of this Court, •nMonday, the 4th day of Februury, A.D. 18"_, at tea o'clock a. !_■ , ;:: (he probate office, in said county. And it is further ordered thnt notice thereof b« given to ail persons interested, by publishing a copy of thi- order fer ti.ro s successive weeks, prior to said day of hearing, in the Daily Um>be, a newspaper printed and published at St. Paul is said county. bj the Court, [i-.s.J WM. B. -IcGKOP.TT. fudge of Probate. Attest: Fiuk-b: Eobeht, .ie., Clerk. jiinl2 --:it-4w V^TATU OF MtNrTESOT \, COUNTS OF KAMSEY _) -as. In Probate Court, special term, January 11, 1884. In tho mattt r of the estate of Jola Bock, de ceased. On reading and filing the petition of Wal ( Tf. I. Bock, of said count j, representing, among her things, that John Bock, late of Troy. Ohio . the month of May, 1863, at sun! Troy, Ohio, ,;;. in testate, and being an inhabitant of MI imJ ■ i \ nty. Ohio, rue th ie el I Is death, leaving goods, c_u tels and estftte'Tfithin this county, and that it.e sal pet tioaer is the elpast soa of .-;;:.! deceased, and j ra ing that adminibtratiou of said estate be ti. hi u g-anted; It i-i ordered, That said petition be heard before the jadve of this court, ou s edneiday, the 6th day of February, A. D. 1884, at ten o'clock a. m., at the probata office, in said county. Ordered farther, lh.it notice thereof be given to the heirs of said deceased, nnd to all persons in terested, by publishing a copy of this order for three successive weeks prior to said day of hearing.' in ths Unity QnoBK, a newspaper printed and pub tished at Saint Paul, in said coanly. By the Court, Wm B. M'GEORTY, ! ■•• - I Judge of Probate. Attest: Frank Kobebt, Jr.. Clerk. Jan-12-sat-4w OTATE OF MnSNESOTA, COUNTY OF RAM *J rey, District Court, Second Judicial Dip. -riot Gertrude A. M. Hanson, vs. Christian Hanson. SU-OtONS. The State of Minnesota to the above named de fendant: You are hereby summoned and reqaired to answer to the eon plaint in this action, which is on file in '.ho office of the clerk of the District court, in und for the county of Ramsey, and to serve a copy of your answer to said complaiut on the subscriber, at hi- office, iu the McCluughlock, No. 6 Wes i hird street, city of Saint Paul, within thirty day* a it- , u_g service of this summons upon you, exclusive of the day of _uch Bervice; and. if yon fail to answer the sold complaint within the time aforesaid, the plaintiff in this action will apply to th;> court for the relief therein demanded. Dated January 8, A. D. 1884. F. C. BURGESS. Plaintiff's Attorney, St. Panl, Minn. ....,_. _________ Chancery Foreclosure Sale. OIBnUTT OOUBT "F THE UNITED STATES— District of Minnesota. Lewis Q, Con . Complainant, , vs. • Wm. S. Comb--. Carrie Combs, Paul 0. Biersaeh, ! Abram Park- r Ross, II. Holaaee, Joseph Colt, i Daniel W. CngersoU; [__-deus 0. Field, Joseph 11. Backer. Jonathan K. Jenks. Assignee in Bastk ruptcr of WlUh-m -. Comb- and Minnie C. j George, defendants. Bu,. uaul io .i ueoree of the Circuit Court of the United States of -merles, within and for th* Dis trict of Minnesota, made in the above entitled cause at in* j eeeiuber -.e.m thereof, A. D. 188_, f_»d upon the 9th day of April, A. D. 1HB8, th. undersigned, s M_i«r in Chi-icsry of nald.onrt, will pell at pnhlic. vendue to the higke«t I id^e- for cask, on Monday, the 23th day of Jebmary^.D. 1884, st eleven .'cluck in tke iorenson, at :ks rront en trance to the ■: ui: v : Htiites Custom Hou.-s on W-k-flhaw street, in ths City of St. Panl, in said District, (the place of kolding laid Court i to satisfy tke sua of elsvsn thousand six kundred and eighty seven 54 100 dollars ($ll,a«T B4-1M), fonnd dt:« the complainant by the sain decree, with in terest and costs, the fs_o wing described real estate to-wit: All thu following described tracts or par esis of lands lying nnd being In tbs County of Bamsey nnd State of Minueiota, to wit: Lo- six (6) in block sixty four (64) in Dayton _ Irvine's addition to St. Paul, and tkat part of eaid 1st six , [.J in fclock sixty-four [ 64] in Irvine's enlargement ; to Rice _ Irvine's addition to St. Paul; aluo lot , sevsn (7) In said block sixty-four (M) In Doycon k Irvine's addition to St Paul; except flfty-sevon \6 ] fe*t o_f northwesterly or back end of said let seven [TJ deeded to J. M. Gdman; all according to the recor» ed plats of paid additions on file in the office of the Regi?tnr oi Deeds in a.-d for said County of t amney, with the tenement or dwelling house and isaprovemei ts thereon erteted. Dated: St. Paul Minnesota, Jan. 11, 1KS4. WILLIAM A. SPi-NCER, Kxnkt J. Honif, Master iu Chancery. Solicitor of i omplair.ant. jan 12, 7 w sat CITT NOTICE. City Treasurer's Sale. Office of the City T___stn__, ) St. Paul, . \ Notice is hereby given that under and by rir tu.of a judgment entered on 3 . 88., in the Distrvrt court, second judicial district, Ramsey county, st.ite o r st ;h- hereii.after described real estate, situ te, lying and beii g in sail city and county, on an ...sse.-is ment warrant for Censtrueting a Se\. er on Canada street from Fourteenth street to Valley street. in said city of St. Paul, the u-dersigned wdl on January 2f>, 18"., at '.0 o'clock in the fore noon, at the City Treasurer's office in the cit. of S-. Paul, county of Ramsey, offer for sale at public auction ns provided by law, ro the best bidder for cash, the following described r_il es tate, to-wit: Ely's Addition. Supposed owr-er and Am't > f description. Lot. Block. Judgm't. Annie Wagner,(except Can- ~) ada street •. N X of . % of 27 l[ Same, N of 8 % of ....26 if Same, NKofSJ^ofK % ot 2d 1} $72 (5 Olsen & Bergley, N X of S % of lots 2SJ, 30 and 31 1 72 50 Ashton & Sherburne's Addition. upposed owner and Ain't of description. Lot. Block. Judgm't. L G Gelftt, (except Sweeney AFisher'sland) "• part W of Canada street lots 5 and 6 19 §64 98 E 8 Beck, (E of Canada street) 5 19 J Same, (except street and J- Warner's part of 4 and 3 19) 151 5S Arraie Wagner, commencing at N E .-rner of Canada street and Sher bnrne avenue, th-nce NW'ly along Canada street 66 ft, more or less, to a maple 6take, thence E at right angles with Canada street to the E line of lot 8, block 19, Ashton & Sherburne's addition, thence S'ly along said E line to fifteenth street, thence W'ly along Fifteenth street and Sherburne avenue to beginning, being part of lots 3 and 4, said block 19 1'8 00 All in the city of St. Paul, coun'y of Ram sey, state of Minnesota. 12-16 GEORGE REIS, City Treasurer. PAWNBROKER. eT_______^ Pawnbroker & Jeweler 41 Jackson S ...Opposite the Merchants Hotel. Anlinmente Stock of FORFEITED PLEDGR* for Half Their Value consisting m part, of the foUowing ?/_<><..« Gentlemen's Gold Watches, Ladies'Gold Watches, Silver Watch"- of all makes ar immense stock of Jewelry, Diamonds in Solitaire Eardrops, Rings. Veil Pins; Sleovi Buttons- -.1 Bn_ee__s Studs, CoUar Buttons and Scarf Pins, Crosses and Diamond Brooches, Go _ « Shear . Br______3 Bangle., Music Boies, Musical Instrument*, Gold-Headed Oa es, Sterling Sih^V ; v_ Forks and Spoons, Opera Glasses, Silverware, CK-cks Breech and Mu__l.*-I_oadin'_: Chins _ifl«ai___ \le volv«>, and Novelties. Goods sent C. O. D., with privilege of examination, tjeod tor Ca'alovue and Price List. v-.<•..i_u_ Watch Repairing, Diamond Suiting and Engraving. ______ MONEY TO LOAN ON ALL GOODS OF VALTTE. BOOT AJTD 8_TOH DJAUE* 6 8CHLIEK & CO.. SO, 89 EAST TfiSKf* S1EELT, BarcaiDs in Boots & Slioes. Agency for BURT'S. GRAY'S, lYJVOLD'-, and Many Others. Mail orders promptly fill, d. -VSiyKSS COLLLA-. AND TSi__iaRAPHiO rNSTirUTE. '. tog since estaDliehed its clalmo to pnbiic fnvor and fsr -..it *mcarad npon Its Itrth jm most otvorabie auspices. Send for catalogue gtvi-gfull . Bd sod J_. | " W. A. rABDia -*r:i;' F___^E^___II_XJI;^.- - ~ • '■ " It A Vmi'M _C Ii hTANDAKD rtOALfc-d. I £ HBuxNl ~~ ' ~~ STANDARD S ri A. £, 2S 3 V "■ "" 1.3, <-m^.. ■ iv. WHOLESALE DB N< ; bros. & :r ? IMPORTERS & WHOLESALE V, 68 and 70 ___>l_y street-. Corner Fifth, - I Paul, Min* WHOLESALE STATIONERY. AVAHD, _E_tI2__T_^ & M cCLKLLA T IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OP Stationary, Dni^ists' Bundries and Toys, 407 SIBLEY STREET, ST. PAUL, MINN. We also have the sole control of the merchandise constituting the stock of the T. S. WIIITH STATIONERY COMPANY, which must be sold to close their business. We devote an entiro floor of our new store 407 Sibley street, to ita display and offer you some big bargains. Call and see ns. MUSICAL nTBTBUlTEH TB. WEBER PIANOS. Ufitfeii Ii7 Mils fe ia ii th« mi 1 know of none super.o-* to the Weber and none that can oom pete with them for d arability.—Teresa Carreno. The tone of the Weber Piano is bo sweet, rioh and sympathetio, yet so full, that I shall always rank you as tho greatest mauufau turer of the day.—Emma Thursby. Weber Pianos exoel all others in volume of tone and in power of expression.—3. Liebling. There are no Pianos in the world that sustain the voioe like th« Weber.—Emma Abbott. R. 0. MUNGER, A^ent, St. Paul. S-tnri f^y OntnJoi7nea. James McMillan & Co., .Proprietors oi i e MINNNEAPOLIS SHSEPSKIN TANNERY, AND IJE' LZBS IL. H D-S, SHEEP P. /OOL AjWD FUP.S, 109 Fii>t Au.-nu. Soutb, .1' N . POL! , ■!!..>>. HhinmpntM solicited. Write 'or "i'^l-.m. CO.iiRjCTJfORR. Proposa's will be received until 12 m , January 4, 1884, at the office of the Board of Water Com missioners, -3 Ef.st Fifth street, for construct ing Gate Clanilicr at Yateais Lake, in accordance with plans and specifications on file in th;* offioe of Engineer of said Board of Water / ommissioners. A bond of I per cent, of the amount bid must ac.oii.p_nv each proposal. The Board of Water ('ommissioners reserve the right to reject am and all b.ds. L. W. RUNDLETT, >• 14 Ei ir/neer of Board. COWILiCTWOEI. Proposals will be received until 12 m., Janu iry, • .. - -4. at the offioe of the Bor.rd of Wat?r i'om_.i_i:in;er-, 2i East Fifth street, for Grading and Ditching, along Line of Right of Way of Waterworks, i'nirii end of conduit to Mississippi street, in ac cotdsnee wirh plans and specifications on file in the office of tv gineer of said Board of Water Conimir-sioners. A bond of 0 per cent, of the amount bid must accompany each prop sal. The Board of Watt-r Commissioners reserve the right to reject any and all bids. L. W. RUNDLETT, 5-14 Engineer of Board. - — —•-.-• r- -n — -.-»..._--,;,,.._^.,,___, ,...„ MUSK "AL INSTRUCTION. DUKE F. SMITH INSTRUCTOR OF PIANO-FORTE. Pupil of t_9 eminent pianist, and teacher, 8. B. Mills, of N'ew York, and for several years a teacher in well known educational institutions, and of private classes, most respectfully tenders his services to those desiring a thoroughly com petent, experienced and conscientious teacher. TERMS: Twe. ty b9-_»ns (ose h .ir) $40 0.0 Twenty iea. ns (half hour) 25 Ooo Or>!ers m-uy be left at my studio, over R. C. M _n;-e-?_-sie _"re- XJl K. Third street. 206 TANNERS. STEES .OS.. [Established 186 .-s-infaoturera cf Furniture. Live 0._:_ Feath. I 1-FP& Fur oral Bueeton.' Sole A^nts for Mf-tnlllc Burial Caskets and Casee, Cloth and Wood Caskete. Corner Phi-1 aad Minnesota 8t3 9VSL Dl •-..•IIS. Full Weight and Measure Guaranteed by l_Fii.& Fitr 41 East Third street. _stftblishe<_ in 1864. i^hlh _i If WvV At bottom pric-s. Grate and egg $1175, stove $10; Ntt $10, Briar Hill, 18.50. __ grades of freeh mined bituminous coal at ujuallv low orice.. Maple, *6; Birch and Oak. f4 75, Mixed, $3.75; Basswood, f I; Dry Pin»Slabs, $■?. NOTICE. The annual meeting of the Stockholders of the Saint Paul Gas Light Company, wiRbe held at their office, No. 180 East Third streit, or. Wed nesday, the Kith day of January, at 10 o'clock, a. m., for the purpose of electing firee Direc tors for the ensuing year and to trttisact such other business as may come before tlera. A. J. GOr^RlCH, fcfecretary. December 25,1888. 2$-de.