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WHERE TO WORSHIP.
Th- Calendar of Church Services To-day
"Wiiat our Preachers Will Talk About
Miscellaneous Religious News.
Give ear to u. words. O Lord, consider 1115 medi
Hearkcnunto the voice of my cry, my King and
my God for unto thee will I pray.
My voice shalt thou hear in the morning, O Lord
in the morning will I direot my prayer unto thee, and
will look up.
Bethel Chapel at the foot of Jackson street.
Services at 4. o'clock p. M. by Chaplain Smith.
Central Presbyterian church, corner of Cedar
and Exchange streets. Services morning and
evening by the Rev. Win. McKebhen, partor.
Unity Church, corner of Exchange and Waba
shaw streetsService at 10:40 A SI. Sermon
by Kev. W. C. Gannett. Sunday school at
New Jerusalem (or Swedenborgian) Chureh,
Market street between Fourth and Fifth streets,
Kev. Edward C. Mitchell, pastor. Services at
10:30 A.M. Subject of sermon: "Self Examina-
St. Panl's, Episcopal church, corner of Ninth
and Olive street, Kev. E S. Thomas, rector
Services at 11 o'clock A. Ji. and 8 o'clock p. ar.
Sunday school at 2:30 o'clock p. M. Chapel ser
vices at 3 o'clock p. M.
First Presbyterian Church, corner Lafayette
and Woodward streets. Rev. Dr. Conn, pastor.
In the absence of the pastor, Rev. R. Breed
wiJl preach this morning at the usual hour. N
services in the evening.
Dayton avenue church, Presbyterian. Ser
vices at 10:30 o'clock, A. ar., preaching by the
Hcv. A. Boardnian, P., of Philadelphia.
In the evening, the pastor, Rev M. Ed
wards will conduct the services.
House of Hope (Presbyterian"), corner of
Exchange and West Fifth streets 10:30 o'clock
A. M. Preaching by Rev Prol. Thompson of
the State University, at 8 o'clock p. M. Sermon
in conrse by Rev. David R. Breed, pastor.
Jackson Street Methodist Episcopal Church
Rev. Chaffee, pastor. Children's day
services at 10:30 A. M. At 8 p. M. the subject of
the discourse will be "Robert Ingersoll's Eulo
gy at th8 Funeral of His Brother or, Consola
tions of Infidelity in the Presence of Death.''
Plymouth Churoh, corner Wabashaw street
and Summ it avenue, usual services at 10:30
o'clock A. M. and 7:45 o'clock p. M. Preaching
by the pastor, Rev. Dr Dana. Strangers and
others cordially invited. Sabbath school at 12:15
o'clock P. Young people's meeting 7:15
o'clock p. M.
Grace M. E church, Hopkins street, Brun-
scVs addition, Rev. Crist, pastdr.Ser
vices at 10:30 o'clock A. and o'clock
Both services will be appropriate to "Chil
drens' Day." Dr. Vincent's choral service will
be used in the evesiing. Sunday School at 12
o'clock M. Young people's meeting at 7 o'clock
First Methodist Episcopal church, corner of
Summit avenue and Third street, Merritt Hul
burd, minister."Children's Da y" will be ob
served to-day with appropriate services at 10:30
o'clock A. M. Subject of the address, "Th
Story of a Wonderful Life." A 8 o'clock p. M.
"Oar ChurchesThe Episcopal Church." Seats
free at all services.
A special service for the children will be
held at the First M. E church to-day.
The monthly meeting of the Young People's
society of Grace M. E church, will be held to
A dramatic entertainment will be given by
the young people of Christ, Episcopal church,
to-night in the Guild house.
The ladies of Grace M. E church will give a
lawn festival on grounds next to the church,
next I'riday evening. Refreshments will be
served, and the evening will be made pleasur
able with music and other entertaining fea
Next' Wednesday evening, June 11th, the
Young Folks'Society will give a grand enter
tainment at the Rosabel Street M. E church.
The programme has been admirably arranged,
and will consist of recitations by the members,
interspersed with instrumental and vocal mu
sic. Miss Gilbertie Davidson will contribute
several new songs. A pleasant evening to all
who attend is promised.
Roman Catholic Churches..
Church of St Louis, corner of Tenth and
Cedar streets. Rev. A. Payette, pastor. Mass
at 7:30 o'clock A.M. Hi gh mass and sermon
at 10 o'clock A. M. Vespers at 3 o'clock p. M.
Cathedral of St. Paul, corner of St Peter
and Sixth streetMass at 6 o'clock A. M. Hi gh
Mass and sermon at 10:30 o'clock A. M. Sun
day school at '2:30 o'clock P. M. Vespers at
7 o'clock M.
St. Michael's Church, Sixth wardRev.
J. Gallagher, pastor. First communion ser
vice at 10:30 o'clock A.M. Mass at 7 o'clock
A.M. High Mass and sermon at 10:30 o'clock
A.M. Vespers.at 3:30 o'clock A. M.
St. Mary's chureh, corner of Ninth and Lo
cust streetsRev. Caillet, pastor. Mass at
6:30 o'clock A. M. Hi gh mass and sermon at
10:30 o'clock A. Sunday school at 2:30
o'clock p. M. Vespers at 3:30 o'clock p. M.
Assumption church (German), corner of
Ninth and Franklin streetsMass at 7 o'clock
A. M. for children at 8 o'clock A. M. Hi gh
mass and sermon at 10 o'clock A. M. Sunday
school, 2 o'clock p. M. Vespers, 3 o'clock p. M.
Next Thursday is Corpus Cbriati day. Th
commemorative solemnities of the day will,
however, be postponed until the following Sun
Last Sunday, Bishop Grace adminis
tered the sacrament of confirmation
to seventy-six in the church of St
Louis. An address by the bishop followed the
ceremony. A reply was afterward made by
Miss Oliver when the assembly of children had
congregated about the pastor at his res idence.
Father Payette will address his charge at
Little Canada next Thursday, and at Center
ville next Sunday. Th occasion is the cele
bration of a week's jubilee in honor of
the Holy Father's, Pope Leo XIII., reign for over
a year- The jubibe will be preceded by the
sacrament of penitence, following which a for
giveness of sins is extended the sons and
daughters of the church.
Additional Mail Facilities.
The following changes, or additional
mail facilities, are offered the St Paul pub-
Hereafter mails will be dispatched from
the St Paul postoffice, on Saturday night
for Hastings, Red Wing, Lake City, ""Waba-
shaw, Winona, a Crosse and points east.
Mails will arive on Sundays at 1:25 o'clock,
p. M., from the above offices and the east.
The above are sent and received via River
division of Chicago, Milwaukee & St Panl
Mails will also be sent on the Chicago,
St. Paul & Minneapolis railroad, Satur
day nights to Menomonie, Eau Claire,
Chippewa Palls and Black Riv er Falls, and
received on Sundays at 1:30 o'clock, M*
Lake Como To-Day.
The first grand musical festival of the sea
son will be given to-day at Lake Como House.
Col. Knauffhas spared no pains to make this
the occasion of grand festivities. The Great
Union band will appear in full uniform and
the lawn concert will commence at 2 o'clock p.
M. I the evening the beantiful grounds will
be illuminated with 2,000 Chinese lanterns. A
superb display of fireworks will commence at
9 P. M., and baloon ascensions will occur at in
tervals during the evening. N
Such an opportunity to lay aside the cares
and troubles of business and invigorate the
syBtem with fresh air and innocent amnsement
will, no doubt, be embraced by hundreds of
onr fellow citizens. Col. Knauff will make all
Omnibuses leave corner Jackson and Sev
enth streets and Bridge Square every hour and
and a half after 2 p. M. until midnight. Fare
lor round trip, 50 cents.
Builders and. Contractors
Are particularly invited to inspect the complete
and extensive stock of builders' hardware of
fered by Wolterstorff & Moritz, No 125 East
Seventh street, near Jackson Btreet. They keep
a choice stock of selected general hardware, and
make a specialty of builders' hardware of the
latest designs and finish. They will furnish
estimates by mail for builders' hardware when
desired. Peddlers and country merchants'can
purchase their tinware of this house very
cheap as they are large manufacturers. Thev
also make a specially of mechanics' tools.
Sqnare dealing is their motto.
Schliek & Co. offer, this week, one hundred
pairs men's light summer bootH at $1.50 and
$2.00 per pair.
mmasmm 111111 Hfiwljiiii in nuBim
"Counsel will uncover their heada in
presence of the court.''
The city treasurer disbursed $4,000 yesterday,
payment to contractors for work done.
Bricklaying has been commenced upon the
Sohutte block, corner of Wacouta and Fourth
The new street car stables corner of Fourth
and St Peter streets, are rapidly approaching
The city treasurer paid off the street force,,
yesterday, for* May. The low.er distriot re
ceived $873.90 and the upper distriot force
The Putnam-Clifford combination go from
St. Paul to Duluth, leaving this morning at 9
o'clock by special train, on the St Paul &
Alderman Grace has the foundation for the
new Davidson block, Jackson and Sixth streets,
nearly completed. is making a handsome
and substantial piece of stone work.
There are 552 dogs entitled to a legal exist
ence in this city, according to the license rec
ord. An the number entitled to summary
extinction under the law can't be reckoned.
A contract has been made between Owen Sul
livan and Joe Rittmaster for a walking match
at Red-Cap Park, on Saturday, June 14th, at 3
o'clock p. M., for $5 0 a side. Distance 25 miles,
go as ou please.
The Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul road had
an extra train on with Manitoba emigrants
yesterday afternoon. The party went forward
to their destination over the St, Paul, Minne
apolis & Manitoba road in the evening.
The directors of the Southern Minnesota
extension railroad company have filed with the
secretary of state their acceptance of the pro
visions of the act the legislature of 1879,
granting to the company certain lands in aid
of the construction of the line of road of said
The amount of young blood being imported
into the Northwestern country this season, as
compared to the heads of families, is something
wonderful to contemplate. A day or two since
an emigrant party of 76 adults passed through
this city, in which there were 47 children un
der 6 years of age.
Gen. J. W.-Bishop, general manager of the
St. Paul & Sioux City railroad, who returned
from the front yesterday, reports work on all
the three branches of the roadThe Winnebago
City, Luverne and Heron Lakeprogressing
vigorously and satisfactorily. also says
crops were never looking better.
The annual convention of the Catholic Tem
perance societies meet in Minneapolis on the
18th inst. The. Kosemount. Temperance
society, as also the Father Matthew Temperance
society of this city and the Knights of St. Paul,
have been invited to attend, have accepted and
will be present in a body in uniform.
Messrs. Butler and Hyndman, banner sculls
men of the Minnesota Boat Club, will partici
pate in the amateur national regetta to take
place at Saratoga on the eight and ninth of
next month. Both gentlemen are in good
trim, and their well-knrwn ability as oarsmen
make the club hopeful of carrying off the first
might have been a Prussian, an Italian
or a Pole, but when committed for three days,
for being drunk, yesterday, John Nichols dis
closed his identity by muttering something
about the way justice was dispensed in the
blawsted Northwest as compared, with the
article as given in her majesty's parlimentary
Lewis Demo, a lad of 13 or 19, was detected
in Warner's aution store, yesterday, by one the
clerks, in the act of stealing a jack-knife.
Domo was detained until officer Bane could be
called in when he was taken to the station.
The young man claims to come from Ogdens
burg, and has been doing work in this city
"off and on" for a month.
Peter Kelly, of Rush City, charged with
selling whisky' to the La Court Oreilles
Indians of Wisconsin, was examined before
U. S. Commissioner Cardozo, yesterday, and on
default of $200 bail was committed to jail.
The business isn't new to Kelly, he having
been arraigned and find $3U0 for a similar
offense about three years ago.
The Ancient Order of United Workmen, is
the title of a monthly publication just issued
by John L'emon, St. Paul. I is devoted to
the interests of the order whose name it bears
and will be found of great interest to members
of the organization. I contains eight pages-, is
beautifully printed and literaixy crammed with
"Ancient Order" information and literature.
The telephone'at police headquarters was
agitated at 11 o'clock last, night by a message
from Kingsbury & Draper's store to the effect
that Mr. Kingsbury had been inadvertently
locked in the store at the closing hour last
evening, and requesting that a policeman be
sent to No. 40 Exchange s|reet forth key to
.the store. Officer Lowell was summoned, but
before the key had ceeri procured Mr. Draper
appeared and released imprisoned partner.
The matter of the appointment of three
commissioners to condemn land for depot,
and traffic grounds for the Northern Pacific
railroad company, came before Judge Simons
yesterday, who appointed Mr. R. W. Smith,
John Steele and M. O'Connor, to officiate as
such a commission. The land to be condemned
lies in the vicinity of the lower part of Fourth,
Prince and Brook street, and is a part of Kitt
son's and Branson's addition to* St. Paul.
The demoralizing, even disastrous effects of
cutting down the wages of the fire depart
ment, has thus early received a most startling
exposition in the- birth to one of the married
men of the force of a child weighing but three
pounds. The child, though small, is full of
vitality, but the loss of weight shown, if con
tinued, must in time operate to the serious'
detriment of the department. Th council
should consider this question of salaries in the.
new light furnished by this three pound inci
Messrs. Sargent & Sullivan, of Concord, N
have just placed upon the lot of Major W.
J. Cullen, in Oakland cemetery, a family mon
ument which will be one the most conspi
uous in that city of the dead. I is composed
of Concord granite, twenty-four feet high acd
weighing sixteen tons, and will mark the rest
ing place of the deceased members of the
much honored family whose name it is designed
to perpetuate. I is hoped by every one that
its scroll will not be recruited by new names
for many years to come.
Last Thursday, John a Fonde, of Belle
Prairie, met with a painful accident, which, has
deprived him of the use of one of his eyes.
was hammering a piece of steel, when a
particle flew off. and found a lodgment in his
eye. Severe pain and aggravated inflamma
tion set in, and no relief could be given him
He came-to this city yesterday to consult Dr
Atwood. A examination showed that a
Fonde would have to lose his eye, and yester
day Dr. Atwood performed the delicate oper
ation of removing the entire eye.
Elice Paulsen filed a complaint in the district
court, yesterday, asking for a divorce from
Hana Paulsen, which is a model, and indulges
in none of the usual self laudations of being
a superlativeood woman, wife, etc. Sh con
fna cisely states fnatt she has been a resident of
Minnesota for four years. that she's forty
six and he's forty-five years old that on the
6th day of September! 1867, they were married
in Chicago that on the 1st day of September,
1869, Hans deserted her without cause, and
has remained'absent. Whereupon she asks for
Some half-a-dozen attorneys met in the ante
room of the co art room in the old court house
yesterday, to agree upon a commission to con
demn certain land for the Northern Pacific
railroad. City Attorney Murray and A
Capehart were among the number, and Mr.
Capehart objecting to some of the proposed
selections, grew personal and applied an op
probrious epithet to Mr. Murray. Mr. Murray
resented the insult in a manner which demon
strates his ability to protect himself as well as
the city, but the interference of mutual friends
^prevented the continuance of hostilities. Bar
ring Mr. Capehart's tenjp.orary 'headache, no
damage was done. 70ii,7*"
About 12 o'clock last night a couple of young
men repaired to the livery stable at Seven Cor
ners for their horse and boggy, which had been
left there early in the evening. Upon secur
ing their rig one of the individuals remarked
that an attachment to the harness had been
stolen by an employe of the stable. Th im
putation was repelled by an employe of the
table named Dennis CalHhan, who inyited the
fresh young man to settle the difference by a
fight.' The invitation was accepted'and'a live
ly round was fought, further proceedings' be
ing nipped in the bud by the appearance of a
policeman. The.young man was urged to have
the fight out on the prairie, which was respect
fully declined, both men leaving for their home
The selection of his subordinates is one of
the generally recognized strong points of S. S.
Merrill, general manager of the Chicago, Mil-I
waukee St Paul railroad. Some way Mr.
Merrill always, or nearly always, is successful
in finding just the right man for the pla#e,
hence it is a household word that no road in the
country is so faithf uHy'&id zealously served
as the Chicago, Milwaukee & St Paul. Mr.
Merrill has just given another, exhibition of
his superior judgment, intuition or whatever
ou may call it, in the appointment of Capt.
Barton Atkins to the responsible position of.
contracting agent for this company,'with head
quarters in St Paul. With Judge A. Chand
ler general agent, and Capt. Atkins. as his as-.
sistant, it is safe to say the interests of the
company in this section will never suffer.*'
Capt. Frank Baldwin, Fifth United States
infantry* is in the city en route to join his reg
iment at Fort Keogh, after being absent several
months on sick leave. Capt. Baldwin returns
entirely restored to health, which he-bad im
paired by a zealous and continuous discharge
of hiB duties on the frontier, and exposure
arising therefrom. I is no flattery, and unjust
discrimination .as against any other officer,
to say that no officer of the army, within
the last eight years, has seen as arduous and
constant service as Capt. Baldwin.. enjoys
the reputation of having performed every duty
with notable success, in all his ma ny campaigns
against Indians, in every one of which he was
a marked figure. Capt. Baldwin has taken part
in all of Gen. Miles' various campaigns, north
and south, and has been at all times his right
bower, and a trump eard, in battle or on the
Chief Weber received a letter from City Mar
shal G. Ogden, of Sioux City, yesterday,.in
which he claims to have captured Fred Goltz,
the Green island wife murderer. ...It will be
remembered that several weeks ago'Fred Goltz
shot his divorced wifei at Green island, Siblejr
county, because she would not abandon her
husband and return to him.. After the deedihe
took to flight and was followed by Sheriff'Pat
Bray to this city, where all trace of the mur
derer fugitive was lost MarshalOgden feels'
confident that he-has the right man The
party goes by the name of Fritz, ^as captured
on a boat at Sioux City. I all respects, as to
disfigurement by the loss some of his fingers
on one of his hands. Ogden's man answers to
the descriptian of Goltz. Chief Weber has
communicated with Sheriff Bray and has also
telegraphed to Sioux City. Last night Chief
Weber got word from Sioux City that the Goltz
Marshal Ogdop had was an Irishman, not a
Tax payers are respectfully requested to re
turn their lists of personal property for taxa
tion for the current year without delay, and
thereby obviate the necessity of making arbi
trary assessments, which the assessor desires to
avoid. Th IiBts should, be returned to the
assessor's office by the tax payer in person and
not through the mail orb messenger.
J. I BEAUMONT, County Assessor,
Office, old court house, first floor.
St. Paul, Jnne 8th, 1879.
And well made sailor suits for boys from 2
to 10 years of age, at $2.00 a suit at "The
Boston" 43 East Third street, St. Paul.
How to Save Money.
Go to Max Wittleshofer's, No..71 East Third
stree't, and buy one of his new Elgin, stem,
winder, silver cased, open faced watches for
fourteen dollars and upward. I is the best
watch forth money in this city. keeps a
fine stock of fashionable jewelry and silverware'
which he is selling at very low prices. I is
the place to buy really first-class goods.
Don't Forget. '''Ui-v
If you want to buy your summer boots or
shoes go to Schliek & Co.'s, there you will find
the largest stock in the West and' goods that
A Happy Woman
Was she as she turned up tne tea caddy and in
haled the-fragrance of that bright, new-crop
tea she had just bought at Hall's tea store, 94
Jackson street. 'It's spiefedid," she said, ''aho!
so cheap, too," then she pUt a tablespoonful
into the pot, rocked cosily in her little rocking
chair and read Hall's list of prides for his choice
teas, coftees and spices.
Our Celebrated Strawberries
I full measure boxes.
I full standard quarts. 7
I full measure boxes.
I full standard quarts.
On and after to-day, June 6.'
You must follow suit, Mr. Grocers, "fAe
Mayor says so!"
If ou want full measure and the finest be i
ries in the city go to Smith's Tropical.
Hurrah for a Steamboat Excursion.
The steamboat Aunt Betsey will make hourly
trips between St Paul and Banholzer's picnic
grounds, Sunday, Jun" 8, commencing at 1 p.
M., with the Great Western band on board.
Will find the handsomest line of choice patterns
in light color cheviot suits at The Boston,'1''
East Third srreet, St. Paul.
Try Vienna Bread.
Made only at the Palace Bakery.
Go to the old reliable house, Schliek & Co.'s,
the only strictly one price shoe house in the
city. Cheapest place in the Nor.hwest to buy
good solid leather boots and shoes.
Bead the advertisement of Esterley & Heine
mann on the, last page.
See want column for important auction sales
KANTEMANIn thiB city, June 7th, Emma, infant
daughter of Levi and Annie Eanteman,- aged 4
months and 2 days.
Funeral will take place from residence, 55 West
Tenth street, Monday, June 9th, at 3 it. Friends
are invited to attend.
77 EAST THIBD STBEET.
Yon will tind oar Sto ck the Largest and
Befit Assorted'in the City.
37 EAST THIRD STREET.
COE & FRANCIS
9 0 EJast
TUn ST. PAUL SUNDAY GLUftW SU^JUA,T MORNING, JUJffi *,'lm
i ii ,i i
ANTEDSewing machine, operators' and sewers
workout to make, APERBACH, FINCH
OULBERTSON & CO., cor. Jackson and Fourth ste.
experienced' girl for general
Lppl at Mrs! Bockenneld*s, cor
aesot a streets 7 141*
ner Fourth and Minnesota streets.
TJITANTEDIn small family,'*' competent house
ff. keeper. Need not apply unless willing to
leave the State. Address, M. W", this office. 133-
girl, wanted at 30 West Third
at 0.0. D. Laundry, 88 East 3d
street, up stairs.'
Good wages and steady em-
fi IEI.S WANTED^-Those having soire experience
I in book-binding. J?. J. OIESEN, No. 10 West
Third street. 196-
of some kind by a young
man who is not afraid to work and can give ex
cellent references. ODELL, GLOBE office. 141'
TyANTEDSituation by an experienced German
tinner, in either city or country. Address
PETER HEEG, Austin, Minn. 143*
by a young man, as clerk,
assistant book-keeper or copyist. Has had
some experience. Can furnish best of references.
Address G. F., this office. 142'
young man (Swede) something
to do hav a thorough knowledge of book
keeping -willing to work hard. Address A.,
GLOBE office. 13V
a.young man, situation as assist
ant bookkeeper tn store or office. Good refer
Salary no object. Address, JOSEPH, this
TT^ANTEDEmployment as watchman or porter
VV in a store by a man of steady habits and can
furnish good reference. Address, P. K., GLOBE
a man who can furnish good refer
ences, a place to take care of horse, attend to
garden or make himself generally useful. Address,
L., GLOBE office. 121-
by a well educated young
man. Is a good'penman and can furnish satis
factory references. A., GLOBE office. 119
in a store, to work in any
capacity, by: a young man speaking German
and English. Address O, K., this office^ 141*
WANT A PLlOE as shipping or receiving clerk.
Have experience and best of St. Paul references
I am'not afraid of Work. Address "I GLOBE Office.
situation in town or country,, by a
young man of fair education, who has had
experience ill general merchandise-and lumber
.business. Address, G.K.O.L GLOBE office. 126*.
WANTEDBy a competent book
keeper salesmanj who speaks English,
Danish, Swedish, Norwegian and German, Address
A. K., GLOBE office.1
man not afraid of work,
somethin do. had college education
can give good references., Address C. JONES, 227
Aurora avenue. 123#
by a young man who is
willing to work prefers situation as porter in a
store. Address J. L., this office. 120*
WANTEDBy a young man of good
education as copyist or clerk. I a good ac
countant. Best oi recommendations. Address,
WM. WQRMAN, 193 East Seventh street. 112-
by a young man to work
about house and do chores, etc. Address,
DAVID REAUX, corner Hoffman and Conway sts.
E NORTHWESTERN AGENCY WANTS PO
A young man, American, who also speaks and
writes German, a place in a dry goods, grocery,
or hardware store salary no object.
A man who has had 25 years experience, as a clerk
or traveling salesman..
A lady to do sewing in a private family.
A German girl, is a good cook and capable of taking
charge of house for private family.
Coachmen, laborers and mechanics.
Corner Sixth and Robert. 142*
LADY wishes a situation with a gentleman with
small family. Address or call, A. B., 63 West
Sixth street. J42-
A girl to cook and wash, at No. 1 East
Exchang street. 142'
YOUNG LADY wants to travel as usefureom
panion to an invalid or attendant upon a lady
and gentleman. MAY, GLOBK office, Minneapolis.
youn lady, a position as assist
ant iu a dr fancy stores Address,
S. G., GLOBE office. 112'
WANTEDSituationyby goods or stationer store, as clerk. Has
ample experience. Best references-given. Address
E.J S.', this office. 105*^
partner, who called at North
western Agency, an Robert, yesterday,
to call'this afternoon at 3. 145-46
who want to borrow or loan
money, buy real estate, bonds or inorfc-'
gages, cheap and pleasant homes on easy payments
1,080 acres within 16 miles.of St. Paul, iu Washing
ton county', 400 a'cfes improved- 500 acres of choice
wheat lands in Minnesota, on line of N P.. R. R.--
house and lots in West St. Paul and on Dayton's
Bluffnice house, lOiooms and 5 acres, near Ham
line University, half-way between St. Paul and .Min
neapolis. Apply to O. E TERRY, over Savings
NORTHWESTERN AGENCY wants a part
ne in an established business, with $500 or $1,000
capital. A first-class male cook. Girls for general
housework in private families.. Corner.. Sixth and
WANTEDAdpartneranndsale, stable, goo stand paying well, with capital
of one or two thousand dollars. Address A. L., this
WANTED$3,00land acres of fine within sixteen miles of St.
Paul, 400 acres under cultivation and buildings worth
$2,000. Good meadow and timber. Apply to O. E
TERRY. Secretary, over Savings Bank. 137*
TjlOR "RENTMay 1, house, nine rooms, pantry
_C 'coalhouse,woodshed, six closets, Phalen water
on line of street cars. M. D.'CLARK, 208 Fort St
RENTGood house with 10 rooms, hot and
water, bath room, water-closet, sewerage, in
lower town, bloek from street cars. A. GOTZIAN.
THIOR RENTUp, stairs rooms, corner Ninth aud
JO Wabashaw streets. Inquire at store below. 134-
TTIOR RENTThe hall now occupied by Acad. Nat.
JT 8., Wabashaw st. Inquire Judson & Brack, 4th st.
.""jj\OR RENTSeveral very nice rooms in the Mc-
JO Quillan Block, corner of Wabashaw and Third
streets. Suitable for offices or sleeping rooms. In
quire of MEAD & THOMPSON, in the building.
RENTSeven rooms and Offices, two base
ments and one store, Bridge Square, low to
prompt tenants. Inquire at No. 5, Bridge Square.
OR RENTA nice furnished front room on firs
floor at 42 East Fourth street. 143*
FOaB 87 East Eighth street, before 7 o'clock A.
j^fe *&** tti 4?V i^^tl&^vi^iuJkaa^^i^X^it
i 145 i Commission Auctioneer.'
NEAT COTTAGE AND LOT ON COLLEGE
AVENUE, AT ATJOTION-I will sell on the
premises, Monday, June 16th, at 11 o'clock A. M., the
new cottage, No. 13 College avenue, with lot 40x120.
This pleasant cottage has 7 rooms, 3 closets and
pantry, Phalen water and good cellar, is very con
venient to business, being situated on College avenue
between Wabashaw and Cedar streets. Please call
and see it between the'hours of 1 o'clock A. and
2 p. M., Sundays excepted. Terms easy, and will be
made known the day of sale.
P. T. KAVANAGH,
Commission Auctioneer, 33 East Third street.
TIME SALE OF BLOODED STOCK AT
AUCTION. Thefinelive stock of the Oakdale
farm to be sold on long time. I will Bell on the
premises Tuesday, June 17, commencing at 10
o'clock A. M., at the farm of fm. L.Ames, Esq.,
near the St. Paul Harvester works, on the Stillwater
road, fifty head of cattle, chiefly short-horn stock
ten colts and horses, and a large number of Berk
shire hogs. Catalogues with pedigrees will be fur
nished upon application to Wm. L. Ames, St. Paul.
Termsofsale: All sums under $100, cash will fee
required for all sums of $100 and upward approved
paper must be furnished. A lunch will be provided
the day of sale. Please cut this advertisement out,
as it will not appear- again for a few days.
P. T. KAVANAGH,
131 Commission Auctioneer.
HORSES CARRIAGES, &c.
fT^OR SALENo. 1 driving and draught horses, at
JC WRIGHT'S, 167 East Eighth street. 143-45
OKTGAG E SAIJS OF A BEAOTIFUL HOME
wil tell at public sale, on Tuesday, June
A. M., on the premises, the beautiful
house and lot, No. 77 Partridge street, adjoining the
residence of W. Bronaon, Esq The house is
neat story and a half cottage of nine rooms, amply
provided with closet* and' pantries, non-freezing cel
lar, Phalen water in. house and yard. The lot has a
frontage of 75 feet on Partridge street by 150 feet
deep to. alley. The grounds are well provided with
apple and plum' trees, currants and grapes, making
ft one of the prettiest homes in the city. This prop
erty is only three blocks frcm the corner of Seventh
and Bradley streets, or about ten minutes' walk
from Merchants!hotel. Terms hereafter.
for th celebrated Emerson,
Fisher & Go's Carriages, Phaetons
and Spring Wagons. Edward McKinney, Wabashaw
street, is sole agent, for St. Paul and surrounding
country. All correspondence promptly answered,
ahd work fully warranted. A. CBEIGH
TOR C. A. Stein, 84 West
Thir has two family, single horses, and
a light span of good drivers and sound horses for
sale at very moderate prices. 140-46
a young German, a place to take
oare of horses or do chores about the house.
Address WILLIAM MILLER, this office.. 135-
OAR LOADS of the best farm horses of. the sea
son, just received at Gruber's barn, Seven Car
ners, conisting of extra farm, mares and geldings and
Bingle drivers. A HILL 80-
REAL ESTATE-Ln the City.
XXTHO wants a good home, within 12 minutes walk
TT of Bridge Square, fruit trees, well, barn, and
on payments of $25 monthly? Apply to O. E
TERRY, over Savings Bank. 145
and eligible, in differ
parts of th city on to suit pur
chasers who buy to build.
D. A. ROBERTSON,
SALEThe former res dence of Jacob Hin
kel, this side of J. H. Brainerd's, with 5 or 15
acres of ground, on easy terms, by A. GOTZIAN.
YOU something to do, call at Northwestern
Sixth and Robert, and they will assist
yon in procuring it. 133*
HAVE desirable residence lots for sauf on easy
terms, and to those who will erect a house I will
give time on apart or the whole of the purchase
price. U. LAMPREY. 126-
THOS. situation by a practical printer who
can give good recommendations. Address, G.
A., GLOBE office. 107'
COCHRAN. JR., NO. 11 WABASHAW
S1REET,, REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE
My own house, 138 Summit avenue, 11 rooms, with
all the' modern improvements, furnace, gas, bath
The Selby Place, corner Dayton and Summit ave
No. 29 Dayton avenue, formerly occupied by W.T.
A house midway between Dayton 'and Summit ave
nues, four blocks west of Western avenue.
The buildings corner Seventh and Exchange streets
formerly Hunter & Graham's carriage shops.
The property on Seventh street near Exchange,
formeily known as theLuxumburg hotel.
A well furnished cottage at White Bear Lake to
rent for the season.
The shop formerly occupied by Bergenia, and the.
dwelling house adjoining',' both on leased ground,' on'
Wabashaw street, just above Eighth street. 114-
you wish bu or rent a first-clasB farm? Im
$8,000. Easy terms.
& JOHNSON, St. Paul, Minn.
young! lady, in a, dry
Three (3) Story Brick Building,
38 Sibley form- rly occupied by Miner
& McCarthy. Enquire of BEAUPRE ALLEN &
nno BENTAt 155!^ Wabashaw street, opposite
-L the capitol, furnished rooms, with or without
RENTTwo newly furnished rooms with
at No. 2 Cedar street. 145-47
RENTPleasant furnished front room with
large closet. Terms,reasonable. No. 84 West
Fifth street. 144-
pleasant and well furnished front
room, ground Boor, at 183 Robert street. 138-51
furnished, pleasant front rooms, for
gentlemen with or without board. MRS.
TOUGHER, No. 18 Oak 'street. 138-68
at 6 Wes Third street, with
the modern bath, gas, etc. 126*
TO LOAN on improved city property, in
sums to suit.
Made to Order.
Tliird Street. St. Paul.
Appl to O E TERRY, over
of $1, 00 and $00, at 10 per cent, on city
property. D. A. ROBERTSON, McQuillan Block.
TO 0 AN ON REAL ESTATE SECURI-
TYThe Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance
Company of Milwaukee is prepared to take all
strictly first-class loans that may offer, upon real
estate security, in eastern and southeastern Minne
sota, on 3 to 5 years time, at lowest current rates of
in terest. Application may be made to C. BUELL,
10 East Third street, St. Paul, or Olum Drew,
In the Country.
-j ACRES of laud, three miles from Dunn's,
100 White Bear Lake. Fine view. Will sell
in 10-acre tracts. J. W. McCLUNG. 145-47
AAA ACRES choice farm lands, early selec-
)U"" tions, convenient to railroad stations,
wheat lands or natural
meadows, as yon:
prefer, in tracts of 160 to 640 acres, inEandiyphi,Chip
pewa, Pope and Stevens counties, for' sale by
LEONARD B.HODGES, St. Paul, Minn. 31-diw
CJTRANGERIf you want any good farming land
JO write to or inquire of LEONARD HODGES
St. Paul Minn. 31-d&w
personal attention given to collec
tions in all parts of the country, and prompt're
turns made, iby the Northwestern Agency, corner
Sixth and Robert streets.. 138'
trade for a -tock of merchandise
Two houses and two lots that now rent for
$22.00 per month. Apply to
P. T. KAVANAGH,
i boarding and livery
0 for five years, secured on 1,080
sign painting, No. 137 Jackson street.
for railroads, and others wanting
hands, can avoid the annoyance (to themselves)
and be supplied at short notice, by applying to the
Northwestern Agency, corner Sixth and Robert Sts.
and see the new Child's Swing and Cradle
Combined, at the Novelty Store, 25V East Third
street. Good, reliable agents wanted, for work in
d&9 AAA Harvester Works Stock for .sale or
u"uV exchange for down town improved
property. 0 E TERRY, over Savings Bank. 145
SALEA bran new Western Cottage Organ,
$240, can be bought cheap for cash or
negotiable notes, if applied for immediately, at office
Hotel Reporter, 68 East Third street. 105*
LOST AND FOUND.
red and black lecket, with two por
traits. Liberal reward will be paid for its return
to GLOBE office,' 141-46
ROOMSWith board, 183 Jackson
BOARDING, with or without rooms, at
144 Robert stjreet MRS. J. S. PECK. 143-56
or three first-class boarders,
references required also table boarders, at 164
at 63, corner of Washington
and Sixth Street, one block from City Hall.
138-51 Mrs. J. ALLIEN.
TTOOR SALETwo Novelty carom billiard tables as
Jj good as hew, at PERKINS, LYONS & CO., 96
East Third street.
makes a specialty of all diseases of
eye, ear throat,! lungs, liver and 'kidneys,
epileptic fits, catarrti, rheumatism and venereal'dis
eases. N charge in advance. 20 West Fifth
street, St. Paul. 145
L. A. ROY has opened a strictly private
where ladies can have the best accom
modations and medical attendance. For further in
formation address to his office. No. 70 West-Third
Btreet, St. Paul. 144-51
yon weak or-sore eyes, caused
by catarrh or some scrofulous disease If you
have, lose no time but cleanse your blood with Dr,
E.B.Halliday's Blood Purifier. Use in connection
the catarrh inhalant and your eyes will become all
right. Try it and you-will be surprised at the re
sult. For kidney, urinary diseases and female com
plaints it has no equal.' As this medicine has been
extensively counterfeited/see th "8. B. Blackford"
is blown in the back of every bottle and has a bronz
ed lithographed label. Aek your druggist for it
and if he does not keep it he will order it for you, or
I will send it to you, with testimonials of some of
the best citizens of St. Paul. AddressS. Blackford,
146 West Tliird street, St. Paul Mum. 131
160 acres in Jackson county, Minnesota.
160 acres in Meeker county, Minnesota.
It' 140 acres in1
Isanti county, Minnesota
ji 80 acres in Todd county, Minnesota'. 7, 4
40 acres in Douglas county, Minnesota,
80 acres in Houston county, Minnesota.
The above is all choice farming lands, which we
will sell at low price for cash, or part cash and bal
ance on time with approved security. For descrip
tion of lands and further particulars, address ST.
PAUL HARVESTER WORKS, St. Paul. Minn.
Great S JobsPIANOS
'iNiitjfXfi** i 'MJH ""WU'-i
the finest COOLEY'S CORK COBSET8, which
we offer at 50 cents on the dollar of the origin
al prico. 'Also 250 dozen pain of 3 and 4- but
ton PRINCESS OF WAL ES KID GLOVES, at
a large discount. Immense drives in Sliawle,
ltibbons, Hats, Hosiery, Linens, and lots of
other goods too numerous to mention. Give
us a call, or send in your orders, which will re
ceive prompt attention. WE BUY FOB CASH
AND SELL CHEAP.
103 IE. Third Street.
At retail, our Corsets and Gloves can be
found at Habighorst & Co., East 7th street.
Teas and Coffees.
Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co.,
311-2 East Third Street, St.PauL
METEE & GALL,
iStoStS Jaclszson Street
SAINT PAUL, MINN.
105 East Thir Street
lip Merchant Tailor a i Draper,
COB. ST. PETER & NXNTH STS.
Real Estate Agents
and Mortgage Rroleers.
29 EastTIMStreet, St. Panl.
i^-Great Reduction i Prices of Coal.
Norltateri Fuel Company.
Shippers of and Dealers in
AND PIG IBOW.
Jan. 1st, 1879, we reduce prices of wood as follows:
Dry Maple, delivered 5 50 per cord.
Green Maple, delivered 5 25percerd.
Dry Oak, delivered..:. 4 60 per cord.
Fifty cents per cord less at the yard.
General Office. 119 East Third Street, St Paul.
MAPLtOAKMD PINE WOOD
Corner Fourth and Marke
j: ""CmtruUu Siftewalis.
OFFICE O THE BOARD O PCBUC WOSBB,
Cix O ST. PAUL, MINN., May 28th, 1879. S
Scaled bids will be received by the Board of
Public Works in and for the corporation of the
City of St. Paul, Minn., at their office in said
city, until 12 M., on the 10th day of June, A
D. 1879, for constructing sidewalks in front of
all lots and lands situated and described as fol
lows, and lying and being in said city, to-wit:
On both sides of Selby avenue, from. Sum
mit avenue to Western avenue.
On northeast side of Sherman street, in front
of lot 9, block 28, of Rice & Irvine's and Day
ton & Irvine's, additions.
On Fifth street, in front of lots 1, 2 and 3
block 17, St. Paul Proper.
On Fifth street, in front of lots 1, 2 and 3
block 18, St. Paul Proper.
On Fourth street, in front of lots 12, 13 and
14, block 17, in St. Paul P.oper.
On Seventh street, in front of lots 1 and 2,
block 3, St Paul Proper.
On Robert street, in front of lot 8, and north
half of lot 7, block 17, St. Paul Proper.
On Seventh street, in front of block 19,
Robert & Randall's addition.
On Fourteenth Btreet, (east side), from Jack
son street to Canada street.
On both sides of Sibley street, from Fourth
street to Seventh street, where walks are not
On east side of Temperance street, from
Norris street to Pearl street, where walks are
On south side of Nash street, from L'Orient
street to Mississippi street, where walks are
On east side of Mississippi street, from Nash
street to Williams street, where walks are not
Said sidewalks are to be built according to
specifications and plans on file in the office of
said Board of Public Works.
A bond with at least two sureties, in a sum
of at least 20 per cent, of the gross amount bid,
mnst accompany each bid.
The said Board reserves the right to reject
any or all bids. GE O. BECKER,
Official: R. GORMAN, President.
Clerk Board of Public Works.
And all BentApplied if Purchased.
1 Bargains in
Str ay &' ChicteriQc Pianos,(_.
MASON & HAMLIN ORGANS
Just teceived, and may be rented until rent*pays
6 9 EAST THIBD STREET-
At a Bargain. But Little Used.
One Chickering Piano
One JPiano Carved, Double
Reed Melodeon, $60.
7 1 Eas TI Street.
brink M\m Lie Packet Co.
SIDE WHEEL PASSENGER FACETS
For St. Louis and Intermediate Ppints.
Connecting with all railroads for the East and South,
will leave St. Paul
Tharsdays and Fridays.
-A_t 1 2 o'clock
JOSlf H. IiJSAA!T, Agent.
134- Levee, St. Paul.
St. Paul & SUroii Packet Go.
One of the Steamers of the above line will leave
daily, as follows:
Going up river. Going down river.
Le Hastings, 5:15 am Le Taylors Falls, 7:00 am
Stillwater, 11:10 a "Stillwater 2:00pm
Connecting daily with the St. Paul, Stillwater
Taylor* Falls, and St. Panl & Duluth B. R.
For further particulars, and Bpecial and excursion
rates, annly to J. H. BEANEY,
119-302 General Manager, St. PauL
NE W ENGLAND
Ice Cream Parlors.
BEST ICE CREAM
I N THE CITY.
IEvery-tJiing BM.r st Class.
i 7 7 -12 West TM Street,
St. Paxil, Minfu
C. I MOCABTHX. J. G. DONNKLLT.
McCarthy & Donnelly,
(Odd Fellow's Block, Opposite P. 0.)
And dealers in all kinds of
Habits, Kobes, 3Stc.
Bodies prepared for burial. Funerals taken charge
of, and satisfaction guaranteed. 103
BOOKS AMD STATIONERY.
Blank Books, Fine Engrav
ings and Fancy Goods.
Wedding Stationery, Card Engraving and Artists*
Materials a specialty.
Corner Third and Wabashaw streets,
Block, S PauL.
proposals for Lumber.
CITY. CI___'S OFFICE,
,r ST. PAUL, Minn., June 6, 1879.
Sealed proposals will be received at this of
fice until June, 17th inst., .at 3 o'clock 11.,
for furnishing the city of St. Paul with all the
lumber it may require of the following kinds
for one year from date of contract, viz
Pine2x4, 2x6. 2x8, 4x6. 6x6, 2x12, 3x6, 3x8.
2, 3 and 4-inch plank, 20 feet in length and
Paving blocks cut from 4-inch plank, 6
inches long, and 2 inch oak plank 20 feet long
order of the Common Council.
Best LiiieloP Hosiery in the City.
.AIT YEEY LOWEST FIGrTTH-ES.
THOS. A. PBBNDBGAST,
103 and 105
Corner of Jackson.