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The echoolmams were paid their February
stipends yesterday, amounting to $7,000.
Articles of incorporation of th; Great Union
band were riled with the secretary of state
The church choir of Assumption church arc
rehearsing Seyler's festival mass, in C, with
orchestra, to be produced or. Easter Sunday.
The jury in the case of the State against
Loub A. Robarge, indicted tor bastardy, re
turned a verdict yesterday morning of "not
Judge George B. Young will deliver the next
lecture in the library course on Tuesduy,
March 15th, at the Opera house. Subject:
'•Old English Laws and Customs.
The journyiuen bricklayers :.f St. Paul will
hold a meeting at Armory hall on next Tues
ciav at 8 o'clock r. m., for the purpose of or
ganizing a union. A large attendance la ex
A aizzy muldoon, primed to the neck with
the roseate, entered Conner's t-aloon on Min
lesota street last night and attempted to clean
out the ranch. He was waltzed to the tower
by Officer O'Kccfe.
F!:iily yesterday morning a |drusken soldier
: .:i returning to Fort Snelling missed his foot
z a ascending the grade, and fell over the
uff. !!■ was pretty severely bruised, but it
la thought that the injuries will not prove se-
The committee on streets, of the city council,
met last night and accepted a revised plat of
the addition recently donated to the city by
Edmund Rice. Consideration of the opening
of Thirteenth .street was postponed until the
Intelligence was received in this city yester
day announcing the death of First Lieut.
Wright of Company G, Seventh infantry, at
Fort Stevenson, D. T. His death was very un
expected and is supposed to have resulted
from Bright's disease of the kidneys.
A mail and passenger train will probably
arrive from Chicago over the Milwaukee <k St.
Paul road this morning or during the fore
noon, and the St. Paul & Omaha Line's Chi
cago line is also believed to be opened, so that
on both roads trains will start for Chicago
A chronic vag and 01.l timer named John
Wilson celebrated his release from the bastile
last Friday L>y getting Ingloriouely drunk. As
usual he gravitated to the bullpen, and his
slitter vissage was the first to loom up yes
terday morning. He wa-s sentenced to sixty
day?, but begged permission to leave- town.
Sentence was suspended and he was given an
hour to make himself 6car:o.
A typographical error played sad havoc with
u\\ advertisement of the Boston Clothing
House in the Globe, a day or two since. That
enterprising firm endeave»red to advertise that
they had "odd" business coats from suits that
had been broken, but the typo with a persist
ence worthy of a better cause persisted in mak
ing them "old" business coat*. Th? Boston
■snot in the oid c!o' trade.
Thos. Larkin, one of the principal witnesses
at the Burton trial, manifested his disgust at
the verdict by indulging in a terrible spree. He
was arrested on lower Seventh street night
bofore last, and his courage wa? renewed to the
fighting pitch on bad benzine. He resisted the
otricer and made himself greatly disliked.
Yesterday he was before Judge- Burr, who sent
him to the roost for ten days.
Ella French and George Wilson were before
liizzoner yesterday charged with the larceny
of a gold watch from a companion named
Jennie Rich. Wilson stated that he had taken
the watch as a joke, and that he had trans
ferred it to Mrs. French, the jigger having
been found in her possession. The court
thought that the joke racket was too diapha
nous to wash and Wilson was held to -the
grand jury in the sum of $500. Mrs. French
wanted time to produce witnesses and the
hearing, as to her, was continued until Mon
Announcements of Service- in the St. I'unl
. St Michael's church, Sixth ward — Rev. P.
J. Gallagher, pastor. Mass at 7 o'clock a. m.
High mass and sermon at 10:30 o'clock A. m.
Vespers at 3 - 30 o'clock p. m.
St. Joseph's church, Carroll street, between
Western and Virginia avenues— Rev. Joseph
Keefe, pastor. Low mass at S o'clock a. m.
High mass at 10 o'clock a. m." Vespers at 4
o'clock r. m.
St. Mary's church, corner Ninth and Locust
streets— L. E. Calliett, pastor. Mass at
10:30 o'clock a. if. Sunday school at 2:30
o'clock p. m. Vespers at 3:30 o'clock p. m.
Assumption church (German) corner Ninth
and Franklin streets — Mass at 7 o'clock a. m ;
for children at 8 o'clock a. m. High mass and
sermon at 10:30 o'clock a. m. Sunday school
jit 2 o'clock p. m. Vesper^' at 3* o'clock
Church of St Louis, corner Tenth and Cedar
streets — Rev. A. Payctt, pastor. Mass at 7:30
o'clock a. m. High mass and sermon at
10 a. M.
P.rotestnnt Cli v re/t .
St. Paul's church (Episcopal) corner of
Ninth and Olive— Rev. E. S. Thomas, rector.
First Sunday in Lent, Holy Communion 8 A.
m. Services, 11 a. m. and 7:30 :•. m. Subject
of evening lecture, "Ignatius, Bishop of An
tioch." Sunday school and bible class at 2:30
p. m. White Bear service, 3P. m. Lenten ser
vices in Guild room at 5 P. M.
First Baptist church, corner Wacouta and
Ninth streets ßev. C. Barnes pastor. vice
at 10:3:) a. m. and 7:30 P. m. Communion af
ter morning sermon. Sabbath school at 12:15
■. K. Young people's meeting at 6:15 p. m.
First Presbyterian Church, corner of La
fayette avenue and Woodward street— Services
at 16:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Preaching by the
pastor, Rev. Dr. S. Conn. Sunday school at
House of Hope (Presbyterian) Church, corner
of Sixth and Exchange streets — Services at
10.30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Preaching on both
occasions by the pastor. Rev. David R. Breed.
Plymouth Congregational church, corner
Wabashaw street and Summit avenue Co
mmunion service at 10:30 a. M., with reception
of new members. Evening services at 7:30.
Preaching by the pastor, Rev. Dr. Dana.
Sabbath school at 12 m. Young people's
meeting at 0:45 p. m.
Unity Church, for the next few months at
Sherman Hall,Wabasha street — at 10:30
a. m. Sermon by W. C. Gannett. Sunday
school at 12:15. :
Central Presbyterian church, Rev. R. F.
Maclarcn pastor, on Cedar street between
Ninth and Tenth streets (near the Capitol) —
Preaching at 10:30 A. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sab
bath school and Bible classes at 12 m.
Sunday evenings, during Lent, Bishop Ire
land preaphes in the Cathedral. First sermon
this evening, at 7 p. m.
Y. M. C. A.— Gospel meeting and song ser
vice to-day at 4 o'clock. Speaker, Rev. D.
Morgan. Leaders, Messrs. C. B. Newcombe
and E. C. Smith. Everybody is invited.
New Jerusalem (or Sweden borgian) Church,
Market street between Fourth and Fifth
streets-Rev. Edward C. Mitchell, pastor.
Services at 10:30 a. m. and 7:3o^p. v. Subject
of sermon: "Jephthah's Vow", Literally and
Spiritually Considered. Evening lecture: '"The
Heavens and the Earth, as Symbols:" beisg
the fourth lecttire on "The Symbolisms of the
Bible, and the True Key to their Interpre
Bethel Chapel, foot of Jackson street—
Preaching at 3 P. tl by Chaplain Smith. Gospel
I 'mperaace meeting at 7:30 p. m.
A New Firm.
Mr. B. Lee Davia, our very tiiicient
county auditor, who is about to retire
from that position, has formed a partner
ship with County Commissioner John
Wagner, Esq.. for the purpose of dealing
in wood. The style of the firm is Wag
ner & Davis, and their office is in the Pure
..v .Marine block, corner of Third and
Jackson sheets. Both of these gentle
men are tco well known to ueed any intro
duction at cur ha ds to the people" of the
city. They have perfected arrangements
which enable them to keep constantly on
uand an abundant supply of wood, 'and
their prices will always be as low as the
XEtr RET AIT. DRY GOODS HOISE.
Liindeke, Ladd & Co., Successors to A. H.
Lindeke & Bro.
The old, well-known and popular firm of A.
11. Lindeke & Bro. have retired from an active
and honorable commercial prominence of
thirteen years standing in the retail dry goods
trade. Through their energy, prompt busi
ness capacity and carefully guarded integrity,
they have built up the reputation and estab
lished upon a firm and lasting basis, the house
of A. H. Lindeke & Bro. On the first of March
their entire interest in the stock contained in
their old stand, IS East Third street, was by
them transferred to the new firm bearing the
firm title of Lindeke, Ladd Sc Co., and com
prising the following members: Mr. Wm. A,
Lindeke, nephew of Wm. and A. H. Liudeke,
for eleven years in the employ of the old firm,
and not only thoroughly conversant with and
fully identified with the" business, but exceed
ingly popular with the trade, because of his
genial and gentlemanly qualities, traits emi
nently agreeable in the retail trade of a first
class house. Mr. Wir. R. Ladd has had an ex
tensive experience iv the dry goods line. For
merly in business in Hartford, Conn., for
many years traveling for the prominent house
of Wellington Bros. & Co., Boston, Mass.,
and moie recently connected with large Phila
delphia and New York houses, embracing in
all more than eighteen years' experience,
which is a sufficient guarantee that Mr. Ladd's
connection with the new house is a happy ac
quisition, and in welcoming Mr. Ladd to our
business and social world, we trust it may
prove mutually profitable and agreeable. Mr.
Fred. Fleckensteiu is the son of G. Flecken
stein, of Faribault, Minn., for the past eight
years the worthy and trusted bookkeeper and
cashier of the late firm of A. H. Lindeke &
Bro., a young man well-known in all business
circles for his prompt business energy, famili
arity with all the intricacies of his department,
and a thorough knowledge of the business in
general. The new tirm are particularly fortu
nate in their entrance upon the business world.
They succeed an old established business; they
possess abundant capital; they are all young
and active men, thoroughly posted in their re
spective department.-; they propose to carry a
stock of dry goods, fancy goods and notions,
second to "none iv the State. Their resident
buyer iv New York City will secure the latest
novelties at the first possible moment, and no
efforts will be spared to present to their trade
the finest and newest goods in their line as soon
as they appear in the eastern markets. We
welcome the new firm of Liudeke, Ladd & Co.,
and trust that their future may be full of
good promise, and to our readers, we respect
fully ask of them their kind seconding of our
good wishes, by their continued favors to
the successors of the old firm of A. 11. Linde
ke & Bro.
State Treasurer Kittleson had a short visit
with John Mathcis, the carpet man, and as a
consequence visitors to the treasurer's office,
on the second floor of the market house after
Monday next, will find a very cozy and com
fortable looking apartment.
Frank Carlton, chief clerk in the governor's
office, is out an overcoat and dress coat by the
capitol fire. He knows the garments were
safely removed, and he has a very positive
knowledge of their present whereabouts.
Trouble may, perhaps, be saved by returning
the garments to their owner.
It turns out that two of the crayon portraits
of the governors of Minnesota, which have
graced the governor's office for several years
past, were stolen the night of the capitol fire.
All were safely removed and temporarily
deposited on the sidewalk opposite the Waba
shaw street entrance of the building.
The portraits are those of Ex-
Governor.s Miller and Ramsey. The
fact of their loss was kept
quiet until yesterday, only the police being in
formed, who it is stated have information cer
tain to result in the recovery of the portraits,
and probably also, the detection of the thieves,
two persons being engaged in the theft.
J.Fletcher Williams, secretary of the State
historical society, was in a happy frame of
mind yesterday. Immediately following the
capitol fire, he "was much purturbed in spirit,
as to how and where he should establish him
self with the valuable records, books, news
paper files, etc., saved from the capitol confla
gration. Finally, his attention was called to
the Wabashaw' street front basement of
the market house, and here he found a
room with equal, if not more floor dimensions
than his old quarters, higher ceiling and bet
ter light and ventilation than in the Capitol.
It is needless to say he accepted the situation
gratefully, and yesterday carpenters were
briskly at work preparing the room for his
occupancy, and in a few days the venerable
secretary "will bo "at home'" to visitors and
ready to extend all courtesies incident to his
Received by Julius Zahooyi, No. 58 West
Sprite of the Spray waltz, by Sherwood.
Naiad of the Rapids galop, by Sherwood.
Thistledown waltz, by Mills.
Mio Amor, (Yes, my love) a splendid song
Sweet Little Letter from Over the Sea,(song)
Three beautiful songs by Hcimendahl.
The best one dollar Corset in the city. Ask
for N0. 250. Esterley & Heixemann.
Geo. W. Lamson— Catholic Block.
A Valuable Device.
£t. Paul, March 4th, 1881.
To whom it may concern:
Mr. Johu Lee has invented and patented a
new device in the way of door handles, to take
the phice'of knobs. He put them on all the
large doors in the Davidson Block, corner
Fourth and Jackson streets, and they work
admirably and are giving entire satisfaction.
I would commend them to anyone who is
building, and if those who are interested will
take the trouble to examine the handles on
Davidson Block store and hall doors, they can
see lor themselves how handsome and useful
they are. Yours truly, Jas. H. Davidsox.
Geo. W. Lamson — Imperial & Northern.
Buy your gold and silver watches, gold, sil
ver and plated chains, diamonds, gfuns, revol
vers, field glasses, opera glasses, clocks and
silver ware, plain gold rings, band and set
rings, ear-rings, gold and plated sets, gold and
plated sleeve buttons, gold and plated crosses,
lockets and charms, neck chains in gold and
plate, bracelets of new designs and beautiful
patterns, violins, banjos and other musical in
struments. All the above goods are as good
as new, and will be sold for one-half their
original value, at E. Lytle's, Pawnbroker, 41
Jackson street, opposite the Merchants hotel.
Money to loan on all goods of value.
Geo. W. Lamson— Williamsburgh City.
Sixth Ward Land League.
The Sixth Ward Land League will hold its
regular weekly meeting to-morrow afternoon,
at 4:30 o'clock. Good speakers will address
the meeting; there is also a splendid musical
programme. It is hoped that the people of
West St. Paul will manifest their good will to
wards the league by a large attendance on this
occasion. The meeting wi 11 be held in St.
Michael's Temperance Hall.
We Printers Protest.
We have no objections to a person adver
tising, that shows business; but we do object
to running a whole volume in two lines like
the following: Every corruption and infec
tion is removed by the use of Dr. Halliday's
Gco. W. Lamson — American Fire.
D. W. Ingcisoll <S: Co. open this week a
large lot of new embroideries, new makes of
lace?, such as Point de Vermicelli, Point Cor
aliue, Torchon, Spanish, Ac, &c. Also Lace
Fichus, Spanish Lace Scarfs, Dutchess Lace
Handkerchiefs in great variety. A job lot of
Linen Handkerchiefs, among which are 50
dozen Colored Border Hemstitched Handker
chiefs, at 20 and 25c, worth a great deal more,
also a large lot of plain Hemstitched at great
- Geo. W. Lamson— Fire Association.
Where do the ladies of St. Paul go to pur.
chase Laces and Embroideries low? To the
New York Novelty Store, 22 West Third street.
Geo. W. Lamson— Fire Insurance.
THE SAINT PAUL SUNDAY GLOBE, SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 6, 1881.
Engaging in the Furniture Business.
Hezekiah Hall has removed liis rea.
estate office to No. 57 Jackson street.
He has purchased a very considerable
portion of the stock of furniture of
Frank Bass at the above number, with
the design of engaging in the furniture
business. Mr. Bass will close out the
remainder of his stock, after which Mr.
Hall will continue the entire business.
Mr. Hall will also continue the real es
tate business as heretofore.
Sale of the Daily Hotel Keporter.
Mr. F. H. Ertel, who has for nearly
three years been publishing the daily
Hotel Reporter in this city, has sold that
paper to W. M. Tileston, Esq. The pa
per fills a decided want in the city and
Mr. Tileston is just the man to conduct it
satisfactorily and successfully. He brings
both experience and ability to the bus
iness and is making an excellent paper.
His office is in the Globe building, No.
17 Wabashaw street.
Music at Dyer & Howard's.
Messrs. Dyer & Howard have received
the following choice pieces of music:
When the Dew Drops Brightly Giistcu.
Words by Mrs. A. Elmore. Music by Joseph
Little Beauty Waltz, by J. G. Allstrom.
Visions of Paradise, by J. G. Allstrom.
Devil's March, by J. J. Freeman.
Ideal Waltz, by Frank E. Green.
For a fine dish of oysters, in the shell or out
of the shell, go to Montgomery's Oyster Bay
Stees Bros., sole agents for the Moore Com
bination Desk company. A full line of Office
Queen, Counting House King, General Busi
ness and Flat Top Combination desks kept in
stock. - . '
KENNEDY— In this city, at 2:15 A. m., March
Gth, 1881, at 143 Robert street, Maria P.,
wife of William Kennedy; aged 46 years.
KELLY— On Friday, March 4, 1681, William
Deschon Kelly, adopted sou of Francis and
Elizabeth Kelly; aged 3 years and 10 days.
Funeral from the cathedral on Sunday,
March 6th, 1881, at 2 o'clock p. at Friends
of the family invited.
FISHER— On March 4th. 1881, Cora Fisher,
aged 3 years and 1 month, daughter of Josh
ua and Mary Fisher.
Funeral at 3:30 p. m., to-day, from the Pil
grim Baptist church, Sibley street, near Sev
enth street. Friends are invited to attend.
OPERA I IS I HOUSE
MONDAY, Mcli. 7,
Engagement of the famous tragedian,
THOS. W. KEENE,
Supported by the charmingyoungtragic actress
Miss Henrietta Voders,
Frazer Coulter, Octavia Allen, Frank Roche,
and a specially selected company under the
management of W. R. Hayden.
T " esdljrF fe 9 , HAMLET.
"5gS2K r MERCHANT of VENICE.
a e^ ve RICHARD 111.
g^p" Admission, evening, 50c, 75c and $1.
Matinee, 50c and 75c. Reserved seats now on
sale without extra charge. . 61*
Mi-» T/m r* Dental Parlors, Sher
- 11 II 1 V man block Wabashaw
1/ I I Jj Street, near postoffice
fl 11, 1] The only first-class of
i llllJlJi- fice in the city charging
...... *-': * ■ " moderate prices.
ID.A.MONFORT . G.R.MONFORT
MOMFORT &C 0!
February 27, ISSI.
Dupee's celebrated Sugar Cured Hams,feliced
Dried Beef, Canned Roast Beef, Compressed
Cooked Coined Beef, Tripe, Cooked Ox
Tongues, Potted Game, Deviled Ham, Bone
less Chicken and Turkey, Curried Fowl, Im
ported Pate de foies Gras, Atmore's Mince
Meat, and Apple, Cuirant, Quince, Raspberry,
Blackberry, Crab-apple, Lemon and Guava Jel
lies. Also, Imported Orange Marmalade, very
The finest assortment of all Styles, Sizes-,
Qualities and Prices. The largest stock in
the city to select from, and the lowest prices.
Orders by mail promptly attended to and sent
C. O. D. Call and examine our goods at the
99 CENT STORE,
WOOD DEALERS. "
JOHN WAGENEB. S. LEE DAVIS.
WAGENER & DAVIS,
No. 158 East Third Street,
Fire & Marine Bnllfllng, - - -St. Paul.
65* - r ' - . '
Northwestern Employment Bureau !
Office No. 139 East Third Street.
(Over Capitol Bank.)
Employment furnished to all. Orders re
spectfully solicited. F. J. B. LAHR & CO.
- : . - /47 , .- • ■' -- .
Attention, Housetep's !
The North Star Mills, near » Seventh street
bridge, St. Paul,, is now making a superior
article of Fancy and Straight Flour. - House
keeepers, by ordering direct from the mill,
can save from 25 to 75 cents per sack. - Ali
orders, either verbal or by mail, promptly at
tended to. Flour delivered to any part of the
city, and each sack warranted, at the follow
ing prices: :
Fancy, per sack ..-....'...; $3 50
5traight. .:.....'..:..........'....:... ..2 75
Frost & Co., 44 Virginia avenne,' and W. F.
Pieper, 116 Jackson street, sell this Flour at
the same prices. • •
34-65 BARTON & JONES.
FIVE CENTS ALTO
Tie- GLOBE "Want" and Emslfly
■ lent Bureau.
Advertisements in this column are published
at five cents a line each Insertion, but is
order to prove the efficiency of the GLOBE as
an advertising medium, and also to aid the
unemployed, we will publish for twenty-five
cents, a three-line advertisement, of Situa
tions Wanted and Situations Offered, and con-
tinne the Advertisement until the object sought
for is accomplished. For twenty-five cents,
the man out of work can advertise for a situa
tion aotil he finds one. .
Each line over the three, to cost five oents
ocr line each insertion* -
AUCTION B ALB.
A DMINISTRATOR'S SALE BY AUCTION
xi.— I will sell at No. 91 St. Peter street, on
Thursday, March 10th, beginning at 10
o'clock, all the household goods and personal
effects of Anna M. Mitchell, deceased, viz:
Household goods in beds, tables, chairs, bu
reaus, washstands, feather pillows, beds, ice
chest, silver-plated ware, bar fixtures, ponies,
harness, wagons, sleighs, &c, &c.
: :- C% Administrator.
P. T. KAVANAGH, Auctioneer. 65-67-69
KAVANAGH will sell a fine lot of furni
ture on East Ninth street, this coming
AVANAGH will sell a large lot of good
household furniture on Ninth street, this
SMART, intelligent • boy, about 16 years of
age, wanted to learn the business and
make himself generally useful in a dry goods
store. Address Dry Goods, Globe office. 64*
AGENTS wanted to sell what everybody
needs. Ladies and gentlemen can make
big pay. Call at 448 Wabashaw street. 64-65
WANTED— A first-class Banjo Teacher.
Address, with terms, C. E. S., 11 Waba
shaw street, care West Pub. Co. 63-65
"VT7" ANTED — A situation in any respectable
Vt business, packer or shipper in a whole
sale house preferred. J. F. W., Globe office. 53'
TTPHOLSTER, in all its branches, would
U like work in hotel or private house, by
the day or job. R. Green, 88 Robert st. 44*
WANTED — A situation as cooper in
wholesale grocery. Will make himself
generally useful. References if required. Ad
dress M. 8., Globe office. 35*
JOB wanted to do chores around the house
Address C. H., this office. 30*
Wanted Bchoo 1 , county, town and railroad bonds and
county warrants. O . LiyinCuton & Co., St Paul.
BITUATXOHB WAXTTSD— MaIes.
"VITANTED — A Scandinavian young man of
TT good habits, who has had six months
experience in the grocery business, will take
any kind of work. Can furnish good recom
mendations. Address O. C. this office. G3*
TXT" ANTED— Situation in a private family
Vt as coaciman or as watchman, by a
man who is not afraid to work, and thorouerh-
ly understands the care of horses, harness and
carriages. Will do anything to make an hon
est living. Address Harry, this office. 53*
SITUATION WANTED— By a young man
O with a good recommendation, to learn the
clothing business. Wages no object. Address
B. 6, Globe office. ll*
A SOBER man out of employment would
like a situation as coachman on a gen
tlemen's place. Understands the care of horses
and cows. -. Good recommendations. Call or
address E. C, this office. , ' 6*
■ Females. V
WANTED— A middle-aged widow lady de
sires employment as saleswoman, cash
ier or copyist. Best of references furnished,
and bond if required. Address A. G. Long,
No. 27 Tilton street, city. _ ; 65*
WANTED— A lady desires a few more
places to do sewing in families. Work
by the dny or week. Address Mrs. O. R. , this
BY a lady, a position as copyist in a railroad
office, or where ever it is offering. Good
references. Wages no object. Address Ella
Green, 94 Ninth street. 37*
WANTED— by a competent gov-
T T erness. Gan furnish good recommen
dations. Address 8., this office. 37*
WANTED— a girl ot experience^ place
as cook or second girl; competent for
either; American family preferred. Address
A. 8., this office. 32*
SITUATIONS OFJfE iiETi-ft,tt»lef ,
"\X7" ANTED— A good, steady, reliable, female
M cook, for a first-class boarding house,
also two competent dining room girls, good
wages and permanent employment. Address
W. 11 , No. 23 Globe office. ' 65*
WANTED— A competent girl for house
work in a family of three; no children;
water and wood iv house. No. 208 Fort street.
"TTTANTED — A competent girl for general
Vt housework. Apply at 193 Fort street.
WANTED— Girl for general housework at
571 Jackson street. 58*
"VTTTANTED— A competent German or Swede
Vt girl for general housework. Apply at
21 Dayton avenue. 58*
"\T r A.NT E E>— A competent girl for general
IT housework at No. 1 Waverly street,
corner of Stillwater. 58
WANTED — A competent girl for general
housework, at 95 Grove street. 55*
"\TrANTED— Girl for general housework.
T V Enquire 114 E. Third St., up-stairs.s3*
WANTED— A competent girl for general
housework in small family. Charles
Dunne, No. 66 Wabashaw street. 51*
FOB RKKT— Booms.
FOR RENT— Six rooms in snite. Also, two
nice office rooms, at head of stairs, sec
ond story, Rogers Block. Inquire at chamber
of commerce. 64
OR RENT— HaII, 25x75 feet, recently oc
cupied by the Druids, No. 21 Wabashaw
street. Chas. H. Sherman, Sherman Block.
FOR RENT— Offices in Sherman block. Ap
ply to Chas. H. Sherman, in the build
/^VFFICES FOR RENT— In Davidson's block,
v_/ with steam heat, good ventilation,
Phalen water, electric-bell passenger elevator,
well lighted rooms and halls and all modern
conveniences. Apply at agents' office, iv
38* WILLIAMS & DAVIDSON, Agents
FOR SALE — At an astonishing bargain, a
new sewing machine of standard make.
Apply at Globe office, where machine can be
examined. - -64
LOANS .on city real j estate. Robertson & j
Co., McQuillan block. ■-, 60-66
/"i OOD , chance for man with small capital.
VX Grocery business for sale in good locali
ty; doing good business. Inquire of H. S.
Fairchild, corner Fourth and Jackson streets.
"IT7ILL buy pslicies in failed or solvent Life
}Vt V Co.'s; loans on same. . L. P. Van Nor- I
man, St. Paul. v "■ : 35 _
SEAL £bTAI£. ~~
FOR SALE— A farm, 2>i miles from city,
" with wood, water and meadow. P.De-
Rochebrune, 13 West Third street. 60*
CITY lots and suburban acres. Bargains.
. Easy payments. D. A. Robertson & Co., '
McQuillan block. - < 60-66
DRY GOOD •
i EMBROIDERIES, LACES; ETC.
91 EAST THIRD STREET,
Invite attention to their very large
line of Hamburg Embroideries,
their own importation, matin on
fine Cambrics, in new designs, me
dium, fine, and extra fine qualities
AT LOWEST PKICES.
Hundreds of pieces to select
from, and fresh lots - added . each
day from our Wholesale Depart
Also new lines Cotton Trimming*
called "New Swiss Embroideries,"
"American Trimmings," &c, &c.
Also NEW LACES, as follows:
"Point de Vermicelli," in English
and French make.
"Point de Piedmont."
New Embroidered Ties, Lace
Scarfs, White Quod*, Fancy Hand
kerchiefs, <€c, <£*>••
KNICK ERBO CKER
Is the name of our suit for boys from
three to ten years of age. They have
a coat, vest and pants, and are a very
handsome suit. As this style of suit
is not 60 much worn as formerly, we
will sell what few we have left at
COST prices. The above cut repre
sents one of these suits wh?n on.
Boston One-Price Cioiium House,
4$ EAST THIRD STREET.
Having secured the services of an experi
enced glove fitter from New York, we shall
hereafter fit the .Foster Kid Gloves to the
hands 1 of Ladies and gentlemen purchasing.
In this way customers are sure of perfect
gloves and perfect fits. The sales of the Foster
: Gloves are increasing every year, and are so
large that it is almost impossible to supply
the demand. Try a pair and have them fitted.
C. A. DIBBLE,
- . Now Number
75 EAST THIRD STREET
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O. J. SloCabtht. J. O. DosiraxtT
M-eCABTHY & NELLY,
54 Wnbashaw Street,
[Opposite Pea' office ]
Agents for Power' k Wailter'H fine burial ottei .
Calls answered at all liwir-. Ei> :.nl-i ing a specialty,
Best hearse In the dry and finest carriages at th«
!o vest rates. Fuoeral* oocdact^l awl satisfaction
guaranteed. - /^V 3»
r*imj»7s3;sd GOODS. '■■J^'-l'i
HATB AJSTD CAPS
At Pannell's, 111 East Seventn Street.
~"o«JMMi-sio.'; MKiCOHA r-TS:
N. C. MURRAY. P. L. ELZAS
N. C. MURK AY & CO.,
Room 23, 116 Washington St., Chicago,
COMMISSION ME ft CUA X 1 S.
Execute orders for the purchase and sale of
Grain and Provisions on the Chicago Board of
Trade, and Stocks, Bonds, &c. on the New
York Stock Exchange. .*■:?:..;
v-. Advances made on consiirumehts. . 364*
W. L. PERKIH3. : ■ MAURICE IAONB.
PERKINS, LYONS & CO.,
REMOVED TO 31 ROBERT ST., NEAU THIRD.
Wholesale Dealers in Pure
-Kentnciy Bonrljon & Rye Whiskies
; California and Foreiga Wines and Brandies.
- tVCountry and City Orders Solicited 61-83
61 SAINT PAUL 61
ON E-PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE,
SATTLER BROS.. 61 EAST THIRD STREET.
A FULL LINE OF SPRING GOODS .JUST RECEIVED
61 ' Boyß' and Children's Clothing a Specialty. -. Orders by mail promptly attended. 61'
, WIIOLEbALB MILLIBEH?. . ~~ ~
JflHlll7]iTlll7lM 0 Ol) Wholesale Dealers in
J. UrrfiMiil oil, millinery GOODS,
•Ajrul Manufacturers or
INDIES' AIMED ATS.
Fsalilon Mate CtntttA, upon application.
101 EAST THIKD STREET. - _ - f--<. - ST. PAUL
ARTHUR^ ~~^W\A RREN & ABBOTT
Wholesale Not i ons,
Hosiery and Fancy Goods.
186 AND 188 EAST THIRD STREET, - -'-.'_ - > - ST. PAUL
SEND US A POSTAL CARD
Ml With name and address, for Catalogue of
Field, Garden & Flower Seeds.
i Catalogues Sent Free, By Mail, to any address. • *
. I FRANKLIN STEELE, JR., & CO.,
mmm^^ mmmmmmmmmm^ mmmmm • 127 and 129 South First Street, Minneapolis.
WHOLESALE DRY GOOD 3.
AUERBACH, FINCH & VAN SLICK!
Tie Only Leading: Dry Goods House ii tie Northwest.
Competes with the Markets of New York and Chicago.
~ ~~ BOOTS AND SHOES
] BARGAINS! "BARGAINS!
flTTfipn Sohliek & Co., St. Paul,
\ H I I H \ i Are ci ° 3iDg out Their
ullUlllJ. Entire Stock of Boots and Shoes.
For the next few weeks at prices less than can be
- bought elsewhere. Full, complete stock Overshoes.
™ CROCKERY. ~
CRAIG, LARKIN & SMITH,
Importers and. "Wholesale -and Retail Dealers in
C] "R C\ C] ~R"Tr~R~Y~ French China, Glassware, Lamps, Looking Glasses,
vxivyvjjAJiiii X , House Furnishi Good Etc Etc
64 SIBLEY STREET, ST. PAUL.
j COMMISSION MERCHANTS. _
i Dressed Hogs, Beef, Poultry.
TAUttAR F^EBH EOLL BTJTTEH.
O£±\X\M±iai, 14 JACKSON STREET, - - - - - ST. PAUL
22. ■ F. H. AJNT^AILORsT ~
M AT H ES, GOO DTsofiUBMEIER- !
T3ii L\t:'ir.-. " «^l> .\IO3T FASHIONABLE
ME iWAI ANT TAI IJi ING ESTABLISHMENT
IN las; NORTH
W*« *" Merchant Tailoring Goods. Cloths, Cass'.merec and Trimmings
82 JACKSON STREET, ST. PA UL.
|Y\\tw.>AC\>\T\.c; llP^a^ it r Arc re
BBEDER I MODES, Iron, Nails, Steel,
Heavy Hardware, Wagon & Carriage Material,
Horseshoes and Horscnaile, Bellows, Auvils, Vices, Blacksmiths and Wagonmakers' Supplies.
221 and 223 East Fourth Street, St. Paul.
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS ~~~ ~~~
NO YES BROS, & CUTLER,
fMP oil TEES & WHOLESALE GISTS,
•C.fi and 70 Sibloy Street, Cor. Fifth, - - - - - St. Paul.
"* Thp F'i»e«t Drug Store anil Stock in the Went,
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-■■ . ■ CAKfilAfil MAVUFACTVSIBS.
A 111 MI) V 0 [11 TAUFIj'T T 'manufacture
ULiliM) V &tIALLU CARRIAGES & SLEIGHS
FINK WORK ONLY.
yf. 5K<& tot HO BF.ttT STREET, - - - ... - ST. PAUL.
iJaIUT IllL truss can be entirely dl*.
¥\ 1 1 r I IKr pensed with and life no
1 1 %M I I U 1 1 <U longer imperiled by the
rupture becoming strangulated . No knife or lig»* '
tare, no "rupture salve," do "rupture curative com
pound," no so-called "radical euro" or "common j
sense" trust, no patent or cruel mechanical appli
incs whatever are employed b7 Dm. Logan & Oady
in treating Mid curing rurtute. By a rational, nafe
tnd almost painless method of treatment Dra . Log*/
& Cady guarantee a positive curt. Persons me,j
receive treatment and return homeward the same
day, and continue employment while under treat-
Elect, if abdominal pressure be avoided. Treatment
applies to each sex and to all ages . A positive cure
guaranteed or no charge made. Why continue the
ti nea and suffer the mental and nervous . depression,
lrowsinesi, bark ache, frequent , disposition -to
Tinate, and Other renal difficulties that almost in
variably follow the unnatural trust pressure upon
the internal organs when an absolute cure la la lion
for you? ■ . '-V. :■'.'•* -\r '" : -
Drs Logan ft Oady are permanently loci In
Chicago. Office 202 State street, Oor. State and
idama. References given at the office. . Hours 9a,
k. to 4 v. m.
r Consultation and Examination Free,
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FRED BURNAND'S Coliseum Beer Hall,
105 West Third street. Concert every
night. ;*..-«■' 335 '
ECLIPSE WIND MILLS,
Feed Mills, Tanks and Fixtures
FAIRBANKS, MOUSE & CO.,
46 East Third Street.
' 008TUMEB. " - -
Ho, 10 W. Third Street St. Paul.
I respectfully invite the attention of ladies
and gentlemen to my large, most complete and
1 elegant stock of new Masquerade Costume*
for Balls, Parties, Theatrical Performances,
Old Folks Concerts, Tableaus, &c. . \ . :
Masks at wholesale. P. J. GIE3E>\ •
Country parties send for list and prices. -
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171 OR SALE— House and lot, on easy terms;
' 6table, good well, garden, &c, within two
blocks of Manitoba shops ■: and one block of .
Rice school. Apply to C. Arzt, '- No. 23
Buffalo street. 85