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V. B. Hlggias has commenced suit against
H. 8. Dale to collect $198 on promissory notes.
The adjutant general yesterday received no
tice of the restoration of an invalid pensioner
to the rolls, with a baok allowance of 9207.33.
The Liederkrans singing society have arran
ged for a private picnic to be given to-morrow
at White Bear lake. A huge timo is antioi
The fine of Edward Wright, who was com
mitted last Monday in default of $50 for as
saulting Ike Evans, was paid yesterday and
(he prisoner released from the county jail.
A giddy youth named Michael Euhn was be
fore hizzoner yesterday charged with tackling
too much of the festive bug juice. He con
. leased to having been budged and paid three
poms for the bender.
Chief Weber, who is attending the Druid
convention in New York, has been elected
grand arch of the grand grove of the United
States TJ. A. O. D., that being next to the
highest office in the order.
William Johnson, the gem' men deck band
who was sent up for twenty-five days on the
charge of holding up a passenger, was released
yesterday for exemplary behavior, having serv
ed twenty days of the sentence.
. While at play on Rosabel street yesterday
morning, a lad named Charles Lapp fell into
an excavation and sustained a painful wound
en the left leg, caused by a fragment of broken
glass. The wound is not considered serious.
The city council undertook to bold its regu
lar semi-monthly meeting yesterday afternoon,
but only six aldermen answered to their names.
No quorum being present, the council . ad
in rued until Tuesday, the 24th inst., at 3r . m.
The absence of over one hundred and fifty of
the leading business men of St. Paul, who are
at Chicago attending the grand conclave of the
Knights Templar, leaves quite a void in busi
ness circles, but business goes on just the
Prairie chickens are becoming quite plenty
the market. Our St. Paul sports men are
having excellent luck— so they say. The
Qlobb reports the latter item on hearsay Mid
does not wish to be held responsible for its
A granger from lowa, named Adolph Knauf t,
was picked up on Minnesota street by Officer
CPKeefe last night helplessly drunk. He was
surrounded by several supicious looking char
acters and would have been "held up" by
. Last night Constable John Linstead en
deavored to eject a female tenant who occupies
» part of his house on Seventh street. He used
considerable force to get her out and she com
plained to Officer McMahon, who put Linstead
Major A. B. Brackett, deputy United States
marshal, returned to the oity, yesterday, with
a prisoner named Trifty Abare, of Brainerd,
charged with Belling liquor to the Indians.
Abare will have a hearing before Commissioner
Cardoso to-day. BBHMI
. Yankee Sullivan came to the front at the
police court yesterday on a charge of drunken
ness. He was yanked from the slums and pre
sented a very delipidated appearance. " When
brought before the court he was just as plaus
ible in his promises to reform as ever, but he
was given fifteen days in the dry dock to soak
the whisky out of him.
An interesting decision was rendered in the
municipal court yesterday by special judge Me
Groty. The decision was that where the amount
claimed in the complaint was under $100 the
. defendant was entitled under the statute to at
. (east six days' notice and that in order to give
- snob, notice both the day of service and the re
i turn day must be excluded in the compenßa
. tion, .
> ' James Kennedy was at the police tribunal
' yesterday, charged with obstructing the side
: walk. James is the proprietor of a /ed, white
. and blue barber pole, upon the apex of which
| is a lamp intended to indicate the spot where
the hirsute customer may be accommodated
' with a scrape. The police got their eye on
the sign and he web given till to-day to yank
A domestic named Josephine Franks called
it the police court yesterday and swore out a
warrant for the arrest of Mrs. Hatfield, resid
ing on Minnesota street. Complainant states
that she was in the employ of the latter and
tfcat a dispute occurred yesterd ay, during which
she was attacked by Mrs. Hatfield. who gave
her the grand bonne. The hearing will take
An express driver uamed Frank Eenney was
at the polioe court yesterday charged with
sending to grass another expressman named
Henry Goodson. The knock down took place
on the levee last Monday and arose from a dis
pute aa to their relative efficiency in manipu
lating trunks. Hard names passed between
the parties and Eenney slapped Good son in the
face to settle a fancied insult. The defendant
whs fined $10 and costs for taking the law into
his own hands.
A smooth tongucd tramp, named Thomas
Fitzgerald, was up yesterday, charged with the
larceny of a coat from Emmcrt's brewery. He
stated that in passing the brewery yesterday
be picked up the coat, under the impression
that it had been left, and he advanced the
theory that discarded property belonged to
anyone that bad a mind to gobble it. The
owner stated that he had worn the coat two
rears, and that it originally cost four dollars.
The evidence was shaky and the defendant
There paved through this city, yesterday, a
notorious burglar, highwayman and thief
named J. Pierce, in the custody of Sheriff A.
C Breckenridge, a well known official of
south western Ohio. Pierce is wanted for num
erous depredations committed in that section
tf the State, but wanted particularly for an ex
tensive burglary, committed a few months
rince at Norway, Ohio, about fifty mileß east of
bayton. He was arrested about ten days ago,
it Jordan in this State, by the sheriff of Scott
cnonty, and has been confined in the Shakopee
jail. [Sheriff Breckenridge and his prisoner,
who is heavily chained, left on the noon train
yesterday for the east.
THE GIBSON BOBBERY.
Tracing Down tho Job to John Coyne,
Principal among those who were men
tioned in connection with the robbery of
Mrs. Gibson, who was assaulted and robbed
of $500 a few weeks since at her residence
on Robert street, was a man named John
Coyne, supposed to have been, the ringleader
m the robbery. It will be remembered that
a description of Coyne was given at the
time, and according to the best information
if was stated that he left this part of the
country the day after the robbery.
The polios have been active in their ef
forts to ferrit out the hiding placo of
Coyne, and Capi. Clark has been diligent in
seeking information that might lead to his
A few days since it was ascertained that a
man answering to the description of Coyne
had been arrested at Morrison, Illinois, on
the charge of house breaking.
Capt. Clark addressed a letter to the au
thorities at Morrison, in response to which
he received a letter yesterday from Sheriff
Worrell, of Whiteside county, confirming
the report of Coyne's arrest.
The letter states that John Coyne
fa; confined at Morrison for house breaking
and that ,he has cofessed to
baring committed the Gibson robbery.
Ob being arrested he staled that he was
wanted in St. Fanl for highway robbery and
that the charge is for taking a roll of money
out of a woman's stocking. Coyne is de
scribed as being dressed in bluish coat and
rest, black pants and hat, brown curly hair,
dark eyes and heavy brown moustache, five
feet, ten inches high and about twenty-five
years of age. • :r -, : . . ,:.-.;'.
.(The description, together with his own
confession, leaves no doubt but that he is
, the man who committed the Gibson robbery.
- Sheriff Worrell states that he will be tried at
the next term of court, which convenes Mon
day, and : intimates that he will be turned
over to the police otSt^Paol,-' providing the
regard targe enough-
Hon. E. 1. Wilder, of Bed Wing, spent a
few hours in St. Paul yesterday.
W. L. Anderson will leave to-morrow for
New York to seleot bis fall stook of goods.
Judge Nelson leaves in a day or two for New
York, to enjoy a brief respite from judicial la
Dr. Whitney and party, of Quinoy, llinois,
arrived in the city yesterday and have rooms at
H. T. Johnson, the fair dealing olotbing man,
has returned home from his eastern trip, and
of course a fine lot of clothing will follow
E. B. Holliushead, Esq., reft last evening for
a few days' sojourn along tho line of the North
ern Pacific road. He took his dog and gun
Dr. Bthuh , foi. sears past a leading poli
tician of the Province of Manitoba, arrived iv
the oity yesterday and has rooms at the
Mrs. Judge t landrau and her three sons, who
left for Europe a short time ago, have arrived
safely on the other side of the Atlantic, after a
Mr. Charles Spenoer arrived in the city yes
terday direct from his sheep ranche in Mon
tana. Mr. Henry Johnson is in charge of
the sheep fold during his absence, j
J. Boss Nicols, Esq., and wife, celebrate
the tenth anniversary of their wedding at
their summer home on Pleasant Lake, in White
Bear township. It will be simply a. family
Col. Wm. A. Buoker, of the pay department,
U. 8. A., arrived in this city yesterday. Col.
Bucker has been appointed chief paymaster of
the department of Dskata, vice Col. Febiger,
who has been ordered for duty at Wash
ington, D. C.
Hon. A. E Bice, of Willmar, is in the city.
Mr. Ilice is one of the leading Republican
workers of the Becond Congressional district,
but be is not altogether certain about Strait's
election. He says it will be a close contest
and work alone will decide it.
Hon. T. O. Mealey, of Monticello, is at the
Merchants. Mr. Mealey has finished bis wheat
harvest, compri«ing 300 acres, and his entire
crop of some 6,000 bushels is not only threshed
out but has been sold and delivered and is
already on the way to the seaboard.
Alderman Thomas Grace, who has an im
mense wheat farm in one of the frontier coun
ties of the State, left bis wheat fields iv the
midst of the harvest and traveled 200 miles
to attend the meeting of the council yesterday,
and after all there was no quorum. Such de
votion to official duty is worthy of mention and
will surely bring ita reward.
Hon. E. St. Julien Cox, St Peter, judge of
the Ninth Judicial district, is paying bis first
visit to St. Paul for a year. Judge Cox is
greatly surprised at the large number of busi
ness blocks and elegant residence structures
which have been erected and are going up iv
all parts of the citty, most strikingly evidenc
ing the business prosperity now being enjoyed
by the city.
Mr. A. H. Fowler, of the firm of Barker &
Fowler, was here yesterday, completing the
firm's arrangements for opening a lumber yard
at Bock Bapids, lowa. The firm have engaged
their supply of lumber on the North Wiscon
sin road and will open in a short time. Both
are lately from Illinois, and have purchased
farms near Bock Bapids and yard and building
lots in the village.
. A Midnight Yell.
It was midnight and out upon the still air
rang the piercing voice of a female, crying
"Police! Police! Murder! Murder' 1 ' The
startling cry reached the ears of Officer Bahe as
he was slowly pacing his beat in the vicinity of
the Metropolitan Hotel. The sound came from
the neighborhood of Long Kate's bagnio on
Hill street, and like a "swift flying meteor"
Officer Bahe flew to the rescue only to find that
Kate was on one of her periodical tantrums, and
imagined that her castle was being bom
barded. Thoroughly disgusted, and with
more than half a notion to arrest the delioate
damsel, Bahe was turning away when a suc
cession of Bchreeohes from a policeman's whis
tie attracted his attention and again he flew
to answer the call. This time it came from
the proprietor of the saloon on the oorner of
Third aud Washington streetß, just across
f roa the Metropolitan. Arriving there he found
that a party had got into a dispute over a game
of oards, and the proprietor became alarmed.
By the time Bahe got there the lads had skip
ped. Both the places referred to should be
closed, and, if the mayor will take Officer
Babe's advice he will see that they are sup
■ Mllea, Stick., Beard From.
Larimore & Dean, druggists (30 years in bus
iness) write U3-in that Day's Kidney Pad
gives, bettor satisfaction than any remedy they
Heed's Gilt Edge Tonio regulates the bowels).
Use Wm. Clarke & Son's Helix Needles
Factory at Bedditch, England. Office 157 La
salls street, Ghicatro. :■-■ ■ ■
It is to the interest of any person wishing to
purchase a Piano or Organ to consult Messrs
Pelton, Pomeroy & Gross, Nob. 150 and 152
State street, Chicago, who are wholesale a&rents
for Ohickering, Hazleton, Decker & Son, Ernst
Gabler and a variety of other makes of pianos,
and the Wilcox & White and Taylor & Farley
Reed's Gilt Edge Tonic cures dyspepsia.
- Saturday evening, a large setter dog, white
and liver. Had on a new leather collar with
owner's pame in full. Ten dollars reward will
be paid for his return at 33 Woodward avenue.
H. E. Thompson.
Grant at Denver.
. Denvee, Col., Aug. 17.— The reception to
Gen. Grant concluded with a banquet to-nigh,
at Glenornan hotel, at which about 200 guestg
were present. - Gen. Grant spoke for some
time and with great interest throughout. He
expressed the greatest surprise at the progress
of Denver and the magnitude of its future.
Speeches were also made by Gov. Pitkin, ex-
Goy. Boutt, Senator Hill and many others.
The general will remain here about a week,'
meeting a number of excursionists, and will
then to East. * .. '" ' . :', : .
DAILY WEATHER BULLETIN
Office of Observation, Signal Corps, U.S. A. }
J xgewoll Block, Thied Stbeet, >
St. Paul. Minn. )
Observations taken at the Bame moment of
time at all stations.
Meterologioal Record, Aug. 17, 1880, 9:56 p. m.
Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather.
Breokenridge ..29 66 7~ W Threat'ng.
Duluth 29 71 71 8W Cloudy.
St. Paul 29.74 74 8 Threat'ng.
DAILY LOCAL MEANS.
Bar. Ther. Bel. Hnm. Wind. Weather.
29.803 74.6 72.7 BE Fair.
Amount rainfall .00 inches j maximum ther
mometer, 86; minimum thermometer, 66.
O. 8. M. Cone,
Sergeant Signal Corps, U. S. A.
Wabbikgion, Aug. 18,— Indications for
upper lake region: Falling barometer, sta
tionary or higher temperature, southerly
winds, clear or partly cloudy weather. For
upper Mississippi and lower Missouri valleys :
Falling barometer, slightly 'warmer, southerly
winds, clear or partly cloudy weather.
Stbacube, N. V., Aug. 17.— The Greenback
State convention met here to-day, and after
temporary organization, adjourned until to
WKJKEK— At 3:« p. m.. Tuesday, August 7, 1880,
JohnH. Wicker; aged 36 years, 3 month b and 3
Funeral from the father's residence, corner of
Grove and Striker avenues, Sixth ward, Thursday,
August 19, at 2r. m. Friends of the family are in
vited to attend.
Farms lor Sale !
IN acres la Jaelsoa mmakj, atianeseta.
.. 180 aaMtßMMktreotmtr, Minnesota.
140 acres ialtt&ilMnutT.aCHMNWta. '.
■0 acres m Todd eontr, sttuMsota.
- 46 acres t* Dmglas Mbaessta.
- ■:■: sgacres la — Mtssi senary, ifTai as eta.
. Tks above isalloaolos farariag laais,wakaws
wfllstnatUw prioefn auk, or part east aai bs>
aaoeeatoaewfiaewove* smUty. Tor descris*
Uaa «f Ua4s «*d twrtk- partiemlars, adlnsait
SAINT PAUL DAILY GLOBE, WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 18, 1830
FARRELL'S COLISEUM THEATER
- Corner Third and Exchange Street*.
First-class Variety Entertainment
_—• Admission Free. 197*
GRAIN AND PROVISION EXCHANGE,
183 and 184 Clark Street
Incorporated under laws of State of Illinois.
OHAB. T. DOXET, Pres. and Tress.
N. O. MURRAY, Secretary.
Execute orders for the purchase or sale of Wheat,
Corn, Oats, Pork and Lard for future delivery ; also,
all active stocks dealt In at the New York Stook Ex
change. Special attention given to country oniert.
We are appointing representatives in every town of
Importance, and offer an excellent paying and per
manent agency, which may be wor\ed without inter
fering with your regular business. Bend at once for
•our of circular and full particular!. 164-226
D. d. GkAJRCELON <te 00.,
AND FEED COMMISSION MERCHANTS
. ' • Mill Feed a Specialty.
128* I* Salle Street, Chicago, Illinois.
Represented by E. P. ' Wilgus, No. M Jackson
street. %> Paul. Minn. 7-a
I. S. rAIIIMD,
Heal Estate A.gent
WILL SELL AT AUCTION
at 10 A. M., on the ground, 5 lots
on Summit avenue and 3 on Port
land avenue, all in block 23, of
Woodland Park: All but two are
on grade. They are near temninus
of Street Railway, in a rapidly
improving district, surrounded by
an exceptionally good class of peo
ple--5 of them on a graded avenue
100 feet wide. Sale positive and
: OFFICE OF COUNTY AUDITOR, '
Ramset Co., Minn., St. Paul, Aug. 12, 1880. }
' . ', , For Furnishing Ramsey County with
400 Cords ot Best Dry Maple, Body Wood
200 Cords of Best Dry Oak Wood,
Will be received at this office until 10 o'clock a. m. ,
Saturday, August 28th, 1880. Forty cords of said
wood to be delivered at county and city hospital,
balances delivered at and piled upon Court House
Square. The committee reserve the right to reject
any and all bids.
By order of the Board of County Commissioners
of Bamsey county. S. LEE DAVIS, ■ .-■ ~iv
220-41 County Auditor.
ACADEMY of the VISITATION,
80 Somerset Street,
fill Re-op on Monday, September 6,
Gold Frames Made to Order.
014 ttUM* N-gilt and repaired m goods* Btw, at
very loir price*.
U- WXST THIRD STREET, ST. PA HZ,
Mart— by— Cl proMptty ttttmdU to.
Don't boy a sewing machine until you liar* tries
the Light-Running . . ■■■
NEW N HOME
It will cost yon nothing to try it Send us your
•ddrcu , and we will mail you our prices and circular*
describing our plan of tending machines for trial.
We want activs agents in all unoccupied territory
Address, JOHNSON, CLARit &. CO.,
248 State St., Chicago, UK
0. J. MoOabxht. 3. G. Doitkxi.lt
McCAETHY & DONNELLY,
54 Wabashaw Street,
' [Opposite Postofflce.]
Agents for Powers & Walker's fine burial cases.
! Calls answered at all hours. Embalming a specialty.
Best hearse in the city and finest carriages at the
lowest ratee. Funerals conducted and action
! guaranteed. < 929'
ft I ITIV MJ Send one, two, three, or
I 1 1 All I I flva ' jollars for a sample
II I 1 1 If box, & express, of the best
I 1 I I 111 Candies in America, put up
|,|l| ■ elegantly and strictly pur*.
I\m 11 1 I Befers to all Chicago. Ad-
I I■ I ■ 11 1 I dress O.F.6UM?HEB,
Vi M 1 I B. : Confectioner,
II MADISON BTiUCKT. OHIOAOO.
~~ . EXCUEBIOHB . - .
HO FOR THE DALLES
Up and bsck same day. On and after July 7th,
trains on the St. Paul & Duluth railroad will leave ai
7:46 a- m-, and on the St. Pan], Stillwater & Taylori
Falls road at 7 :00 a. m. , connecting with the steamei
<3. B. Knapp or Mary Barnes for the Dalles and
UP AND BACK THE SAME DAK.
Fare Only $2.50 for Round Trip,
From St. Paul or Minneapolis. Ticket* for sal
comer Jackson street and Levee, So. 123 Eas
Third street, St Paul, or No. 8 Washington avenue
MbffietpcUf- For farther pirtioulars taonire oX
CHILDREN'S CLOTHING. BOYS' CLOTHING.
Johnson's Fair Dealing Clothing House,
YOUTHS' CLOTHING. " *™ «""' *' ™* ™ CLOTHXNG
English and Classical School
lhe Fourth Year of this School will
Open Monday, September 13th, 1880, '
Close Friday, June 17th, 1881,
With a recess of two weeks at Christmas, and another
of one week at Easter. ,
The school embraces two departments, Primary
and Advanced, the former sitting from 0 a. m. to
li m., the latter from 1:30 * m. to 4:30 F. m.
Instruction given In English, elastics, French «nd
Drawing. The Advanced Department prepares boys
for college or business, and (rfils to meet the require
ments of the Harvard examinations for : women 1 fl
The undersigned has associated with himself for
the coming year, MISS E. 8. OALLIGAN of Elmira,
N. T. ; MB. F. 0. CABEL, and MISS KITTY
BABBY. : . .-v ; .
Terms — Advanced Department, $80 per annum;
Primary, $60 per annum.
Pupils received by the year only. '
No extra charges whatever.
The undersigned will ■be - found at the school
building, corner Fifth and Franklin streets, on and
after Monday, August 16th, from 10 a. m. to 12 m.,
daily. P.O. box 1667.
228-57 . FREDERIC A. FOGG.
W. L. PERKINS. KAUBIOB LYONS.
PERKINS, LYONS 1 CO.,
ESMOTEDTO 81 BOBEBT ST., HIAB TEIBP.
Wholesale Dealers in ran
Kentucky Bonrlmn & Rye WMsiies
California and Foreigi Wises and Brandies.
Griggs, Rhodes & Foster,
COAL & WOOD,
29 East Third Street, St. Paul, Minn.
jy*Qrett reductions In prices of Coal.
ST. PAUL FOUIDBY
Statioaarj Engines, llpriglit Ews,
Portable Engines, Hoisting Engines,
and Farm Engines^
nut will born either oo»l, wood or straw. Cm
Wheels, Baflroad Castings, Iran work for buildings,
tad an other kiadi of outlngi.
P. . Box 2676. Works— Batten tamintu Street
Railway. W.B MKKBIAM, Pnddast.
Vanaffer— H. PABKBB. .
B«BrwUrr nU Twy- a w toVrnw. m» m
■^■^^^H Save Boom-Bent and Buy
I Burr's Patent Parlor Folding-Bed,
I The most Compact, Elegant and Sub
■starttial. Best Steel Spring Mattrass :
1 olds out of sight in Bureaus,
■a. H. Andrews & Co.,
■195 Wabash Ire., CHICAGO.
m Also Manufacturers of
Artistic Household Furniture, Wood Mantels
Used by Emma Thursby
and other first class artists.
R. O. MUNGKER,
71 East TMrd Btreet.
HttNBY'S CABBOLIO SALVE.
The only Salts in the world for Outs, Bruises,
Sores, Ulcers, Salt Bhuem, Tetter, Chapped
Hands, Chilblains, Coma, and all kinds of Skin
Eruptions. This Salve is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction in every case or money re
funded. Be sure you get Henbi's Cabbolkj
Salts, as all others are imitations. Price, 23
aants. For tale by all druggist*.
WOOD OABPEX AND INLAID JFLOOBS!
For Hani, Parlors,' Dining Booms, Kitchens, Bath
Booms, Offices, et0...,.
Simples can be seen and foil particulars obtained
by calling on or addressing jr. DTJNFEE, 100 Wash
ington street. Ohtoago. K.US-te4fan-eat
ZBPHTB WORSTED BOODS.
Mrs. 0. Herwegen,
ZEPHYR & WORSTED GOODS,
*• WIS9 TfIURO STBIR, «T. FAR
HEALTH AND HAPPINESS.
It seems strange that anyone will Buffer from
the many derangements brought on by an im
pure state of the blood, when ScoviD's Blood
and liver Syrup will restore perfect health and
physical organization. It is indeed a strength
ening syrup, pleasant to take, and fits proven
itself to be the best blood purifier ever dis
covered, effectually caring Scrofula, Syphilitic
disorders, Weakness of the Kidneys, all Nervous
disorders and Debility. It corrects indigestion;
It makes:. the old feel young, the young feel
(ray, and will invariably drive out of the sys
tem the many ills that human flesh and blood
are heir to. Price of large bottle with full di
rections, tl. ■ A single bottle will prove to you
<ts merits as a health renewer, for it acts like a
charm, especially when the complaint is of an
exhaustive nature, having a tendency to lessen
the natural vigor of the brain and nervous
system. ...■_■ vi-n'-* .
. Remember we keep- this excellent Blood and
Liver Syrup for sale at our drug store in St.
Paul, and do most cordially recommend it to
our customers and all good people. - Rons
n«#. 4 ecru*
FIVE CENTS A LINE
"Wf ANTED— BOAEDERB— Two or four gentlemen
" " oan be accommodated with pleasant rooms and
board at 33 East Tenth street . 230-81
WANTED- Light employment, by young man
who has good horse and buggy . Address BEU
BAB, this office. f> 230'
WANTED- Two flrst-olass waiters. Apply at
HcLeod's restaurant, No. 97 East Third Btreet
MASONS and mason tenders wanted for stone aud
brickwork. Apply at the Capitol MUIb ou Third
street. 221 •
T ABOBEBB WANTED— AppIy at the Capitol
Jj Mills on Third street. 221/
WANTED— Active canvassers for the "Social
World." Apply at 68 E. Third Btreet. 221*
■WfANTED— Two or three rooms, unfurnished,
T » cottage preferred, in desirable location. Ad
dress 8. E . , Bail* Globe. 230*
WAN-TED— Partner, a practical printer, with a
small capital, in a well established newspaper at
the beßt business point in Northern Minnesota. Ad
dress H , Globe office. 220 •
■WANTED— lmmediately, a first-class meat and
' » pastry cook, wages £30 per month, male or
female. Only responsible parties, that can give
good references need spply. Inquire at No. 80
Robert street. 2U*
SITUATION WANTED by a young lady as copy
ist or some respectable employment. Address
B. 8., this office. 183'
WANTED— A competent girl to do general home
work, No. 12 Bice street 206
-~J ANTED— A geod girl for general housework, Ap
"» ply MBS. W. J. KOUNTZ, 16 Iglehart st. 199.
WANTED— A girl to do second work, 91 Waba
shaw street. 190 •
WANTED— Girl at Albertson's 0. 0. D. Laundry
88 East Third street. 177*
WANTED— A German girl for general housework.
Apply 21* Bast Seventh street. 177*
WANTED— Girl for general housework, 124 Bob
ert street 186-
TT7 ANTED— GirIs to watt on table for their board.
YV 2m West Third street 132'
T7IXPEBIENOED dining room girls, chambermaids
Hi and an other hotel help oan always secure good
situations by caning at Hotel Reporter Employment
Bureau, 68 East Third street. 27-
TXT ANTED— Two or three good carpenters on Igle-
V V hart street, between St. Peter and Wabashaw.
LE DUO & LA BEBGE. 228-
T\J anted— Ten men to clear for saw mill at Fof
v V ter Oity, Wls. ; $26 per month and boar?.
Steady work the year round. Also, No. 1 blacksmith,
for same. First-class wages to suitable man and per
manent situation. Employment Bureau, 122 East
Third street, St. Paul. 231*
ANTED-A few good agents. Call or address
N. W., room 2, Sherman blook, St. Paul. 281-6
WANTED— Ten good carpenters. Apply 1 1 1 Mis
sissippi street, coiner Glencoe. 231-32
WANTED— Tailors— Two coat makers and one to
work by the week. Aoply at Fergus Fahey"s,
No. 68 West Third street. ' 231-37
WANTED— A boy 17 to 18 years old acquainted
with the grocery business. Apply 1 3 Mississippi
TT7ANTED— Au A Nu. 1 Irish salesman that un-
TV derstands the dry goods business perfectly, at
D. W. Ingervoll & Go's. 225 ■
BOY WANTED to take care of horses and do
chorea around house, at 9 W. Fourth Bt. 223'
WANTED— A man experienced in making cheese
and but 1 er, with or without family, to work on a
stock and dairy farm near St. Paul, by rail. A man
with a little money preferred. Address Dairy Farm,
Globi office. 219*
WANTED— An energetic, persevering n an, of
good address and appearance. Good recom
mendation. Address It. D. W.. Globe office. 207'
WANTED— Situation, by a young man, dermao,
to drive private team and make himself gener
ally useful. References, if required. Address F. A.,
this office. 231-
WANTED— A situation, by a German man, as
coachman He understands the care of horses
and carriages and garden work. The best city rec
ommendations can be given. Fleaso address H. G.,
this office. 228*
1 YOUNG MAN who thoroughly understands the
A care of horses withes a situation in a private
family. Beet of references given. Address I\,
Globe office. 219'
TXTANTED— Situation as meat or pastry cook, in
V V hotel or restaurant. Address H. H., this office.
QITUATION WANTED as coachman or first-class
io groom, in a private family, by a young man who
thoroughly understands his business and is willing
to work. Address O. S., this office. 217*
WANTED— Situation by a young man as assistant
book-keeper or clerk in an office; is a good pen
man. Wages not much of an object. Qood refer
ences given. Addresß J. B , this office. ' 217-
k YOUNG MAN, just came to the city, aged 26,
A. would like employment as porter in a wholesale
house or some such employment, big wages not so
much of an object as steady work. Call or address
J. W. 8., No. 15 St. Peter street, comer 4th. 213*
A'FBIHTEB, qualified to take charge of a first
class country office, desires a situation either in
Wisconsin or Minnesota. Skilled in all departments.
Flrrt-class references. Address "H.," Globe office,
St. Paul. 212*
oiTDATION WANTED by a teaoher of 7 years ex
*J perience. Address "Teacher," 61 East Fourth
street, B^.. Paul. 217-
AN Experienced German Girl wants situation as
cook in boarding house, or second cook iv hotel.
Apply at German Intelligence office, 48 Franklin
CjITCATION WANTED— By a young lady as copy-
O Ist or saleswoman. Address M. L. G., 339 East
Seventh street 206'
TO BEHT— Booms.
TO BENT— Rooms— Furnished and unfurnished.
Three minutes' walk from poßtofßoe, 60 West
Fifth street. 230-82 34
A stable, three stalls and hay loft, on an alley, No.
30 Fort street 79-
FOB BENT— House of four rooms, large kitchen,
well and wood shed . Corner Oak and Sherman
OTELB FOB BENT- Two hotels for rent in very
promising towns in Southwestern Minnesota,
on the St. Paul & Sioux Oity railroad. Tenants
must be enterprising men, prepared to furnish re
spectably the houses, and to keep, In all respects,
first-class hotels. To such men highly favorable
terms will be made. Apply to J. H. DRAKE, Land
Commissioner, St. Paul. 147'
\TEW HOUSES FOB BENT— Enquire at No. 70
i\ TUdenstret. F. LUHBSEN. 220*
OB BENT— No. 30 Mississippi street, suitable
for either store or boarding \iouse. Enquire of
E.A. HENDBICESON, Ingersoll block. 310*
OB BENT— Two elegant stores, Nos. 96 and 108
Jackson street, each three floors and cellar.
WILLIAMS & DAVIDSON,
Boom 6, McQuillan Block, Cor. 3d and Wabashaw.
FOB BENT— house, No. 175 Fort strest.
.J? Barn and all modern improvements.
109- JOHN OKA
FOB SALE— weekly newspaper, published at a
JC county seat in one of the richest and most flour
ishing counties of Dakota. Only paper in county of
over 4,000 inhabitants. Land office advertising and
county . printing amounts to over $2,000 per year.
Beasoß for selling, ill-health of proprietor. This is
absolutely one of the very best openings in the north
west for a wide-awake journalist The newspaper
and job material is in good condition. Terms : $2,000,
$1,200 down, and the balance payable in one year.
Address, publisher Daily Globe, St. Paul, Minn.
FOB SALE— Pure Bred, Scotch Collie Pups, at
$10 each. Apply to n. T. Mltchel, Tumuli,
Otter Tail county, Minnesota. 234*
■VTEWSPAPER FOE SALE— The Herald, at
il Lanesboro, is foraale. Address, G. C. Harding.
PAINTING- P. F. FTTZGIBBON, house arid sign
raJatisg, No. 197 Jaokns fimU • 18
61 SAINT PAUL 61
ONE-PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE.
61 East Third Street, St. Paul, Minn.
. I^Orders by Mitt Promptly Attended to._«
61 BATTLER BEOS. 61
WIIOLEBALE DRY GOODS.
AUERBACH, FINCH, COLBERTSON & CO.,
The Only Leadii Dry (Ms House ii the Northwest,
Competes with the Market of New York and Chicago.
LIEIES, fHS & SCHORMEIEB !
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS IN
DKY GOODS AND NOTIONS.
137 and 139 East Third Street, St. Paul.
NOYES BROS. & CUTLER,
IMPORTERS & WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
68 and 70 Sibley Street, Cor. Fifth, St. Paul
The Finest Drug Store and Stock In the West.
«?;-; FINE WORK ONLY.
54, 56 &58 ROBERT STREET, - - - - - .ST. PAUL.
,_Aggnts for "The Concord Harness."
•-'■-■•'■'■■,'- ' BUSINESS COLLEGEB
AJSTD TJELEGHA.JPHLIO INSTITUTE.
The prospects for this "OLD RELIABLE" Institution were never so encouraging aa at present, and its
claim to public favor and patronage hay* long been established facts. Call or send for Annual Catalogue,
and get full particulars why business men and the public general y consider this a superior place to secure
a thorough and comprehensive Business Education . Address, Business College, corner Third and Jackson
streets. Bt. Paul. 233-320 AY. A. FADDIB, Principal.
FIVE CENTS A LINE
LOST AND FODVD.
FOUND— A pocket-book, containing papers, ap
parently the property of Geo. Clough, an engi
neer. The owner can have same by proving property
and paying charges. Apply Snelling House, 249 Fort
LOST— A largo sorrel mare, white hind foot. Re
ward will bo given for her return to MINOR k
CO . , 9 East Sixth street. 230-31
LOST— Saturday evening, a large setter dog, white
and liver. Had on a new leather collar with
owner's name in full. Ten dollars reward will bo
, paid for his return at 33 Woodward avenue. '
329 H. E. THOMPSON-.
"TUNE building lots for sale on easy terms.
J} 196- P. I. LAMPREY.
REAL estate sold and mortgages negotiated. D. j
A. ROBERTSON, McQuillan block. 160*
WHITE BEAR LAKE LAND-lake front— s7.6o
VV per acre, one-third each. J. W. M'CLUNG,
2QB*' . Corner Third and Wabashaw.
T AONDBY— Galena Laundry, No. 217 East
JJ Seventh street, having changed bands, and now
being opemted by an experienced person, is prepared
to do first-class work In every respect, at moderate
prices. Gentlemen's garments neatly repaired free
of charge. Persons will do well to give this laundry
a call. ' 231-82
B. O. P. O. H.,
43 East Third Street.
Our TMn Goods. Including
WHITE VESTS, Etc.,
At Cost Prices.
B. O. P. C. H.,
East TMri St, St. Paul.
I R. P. HALL'S
I A Galvanic Battery
Imbedded Id a tovdlcAt4Kl
and, when applied to
TBrToayrprodaeesacoiufaTU current of tUctHcily,
forming the most powerful remedial agent forth* coxa
of BhtmatUm, t/mratgia, SeiaHea, Bcadath*. Sprain,
Spinal Difflwiiy, ITtnomt MHttot».or Fmal* Wtalmtu
known. lu effect* are magical. Sold by DrusgistM,
or Hoi by mall OH receipt of 60 cents. ~ ~ •
Addrje. BELL MANS * CO., PlOKtotoa. 10
; " AND COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ABTg.
Fall ' Xeiin commences t September 23d, IBSO. '
For prospects adctrers the President, '
BEY. D. O. JOHN. D.D., :
t«f« -/ £!. FMI, M&Uttttfe,
Tlos. Cocta, Jr.,
Real Estate A.gent
11 WABASHAW STBEET.
I call attention to the following
pieces of unimproved Real Estate,
among which are some of the finest
and best building sites in the city:
The westerly 60 feet of the 120
feet fronted by tlte stone wall upon
Summit avenue, immediately west
of No. 138.
T7ie 98 feet upon the same ave
nue, lying between the improved
properties of Mrs. E. J.Mottand
The 60 feet immediately west of
the 150 feet upon the northwest
corner of Summit and Virginia
The 180 feet on the bluff side of
this avenue, lying west of the resi
dence of Mr. E. H. Cutter.
The 120 feet upon the north side
of Pleasant avenue, on the north
east corner of Chestnut street.
Several of the finest lots on Igle
hart and Carroll streets, in Block
20, Mackubin & Marshall's addi
The 80 feet on the southwest cor
ner of Summit avenue and 71 aba
In less costly properties, I have
building lots in Woodland Park,
Terrace Park and Summit Park,
Mackubin & Marshall's, and all
the other suburban additions on
favorable terms and at reasonable
Thos. Oochran, Jr.,
11 WABASHAW STBEET.
| PACKETS. :
KIOKUK NORTHERN LINE
Siae-Wtol Passenpr Packets
LEAVE ST. PAUL DAILY,
A.T. IS O'CLOCK, NOON,
For St. Lculb and all intermediate landing*, making
close connection! with all railroads
FOR BAST AND SOUTH-
Tickets sold and information given by
JNO. H. KEANET, Agent, x
- 193 - '„_ . "'..':• Levee, Foot of Jackson street.
■ DR. A. L. CLUM'S
rowly YegbUlil*, Care* all fcUioni dleeaaw set.
tec on th« Stomach, Liver and Blood. Warrant**
In all cum. Ask /oar Drngsist for tKs KedfctM^
far eircnlsn. ■ CUTI COSFOUSDISS CO..