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DAILY WEATHER BULLETIN.
Otfioe CmE? Signal Officse,
Washington, D. C, April 7, 1883.-9:56 p.m.
Observations taken at the same moment of
tins? at all stations.
Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather.
Bt. Paul , 29.38 44 SW Clear.
Billings 29.74 49 ■ S Cloudy.
Bismarck 29.93 37 SE Clear.
Deadwood 39.84 40 0 Clear.
Daluth 29.96 53 W Clear.
Huron, Dak 29.99 44 SE Clear.
IttxmedoM 29.66 S3 SK Threat'g.
Moorhead 29.99 44 SE Cloudy.
St. Vincent .29.87 34 SE Clear.
FortBuford 30.15 46 8 Clear.
Fort Garry 29.S3 32 S Clear.
Dill- LOCAL MEANS.
Bar. Ther. Dew Point. Wind. Weather.
29.953 44.0 29.7 SW Fair.
Amount of melted snow, .00; Maxunam ther
mometer, 59.0; minimum thermometer, 36.6;
daily range, 23.0. ~;Y. ■■''■ ; •-'-.-*
B.Ter. observed height, 7 feet 5 inches; rise m
twedty-four hours, 11 inches.
P. F. Lyons,
83ra*ant Signal Corps, U. 8. A.
Washington, April 8.—1 a. Indica
tions for the upper Mississippi and Mis
souri valleys, warmer and fair weather in
Missouri and Iowa, with east to south winds
and lower barometer; warmer and partly
cloudy woather in Minnesota and the upper
Missouri valley, with southerly winds;
lower barometer and local rains during
Steamer No. 2 filled the Carroll street
The Great Western band has been en
gaged for the Tivoli evening concerts for
lha coming summer.
Prof. Daniels of the St. Paul Academy of
Science, has gone east to secure additions
to the library and museum.
City Treasurer Hois paid out about
$4,000 in liquidation of sundry items of in
debtedness against the city.
A fellow named James Kiegher, was ar
rested yesterday by Officer Kenneally on a
charge of robbery at Eau Claire.
The examination of candidates for
teachers certificates in Ramsey county
will be made Friday and Saturday next.
The stone masons have commenced up
on the rear walls for the Kittson block,
Wabashaw street, between Fifth and Sixth
It las been arranged between Sheriff
Richter and Judge O'Gorman that the ot
fico of sheriff shall be surrendered to the
The Riverside Mission Chapel Sunday
school is preparing to give an entertain
ing concert Wednesday evening April 25.
A'.: are cordially invited to attend.
Superintendent Jenkins yesterday
changed fire alarm box 47 from the old to
lha new shops of the St. Paul & Manitoba
Railroad company, near Rice street.
George Deal, the old German who stray
ed away from the city hospital Friday,
was recaptured yesterday by Officer Ni
cholson and returned to the hospital.
A certificate of increase of the capital
stock of the Knife Falls Lumber company,
from $200,000 to $300,000, and its shares
from 4,000 to 0,000, was filed with the sec
retary of state yesterday.
Joseph Cook's subject is tobe"The Sever.
Modern Wonders of the World," and his
date has been finally arranged for Satur
day. April 28. There is a growing curiosi
ty to know what this Bo anerges of the
platform will have to say.
An oil stove on exhibition on East Third
sireet, will bake six loaves of bread and
boil a wash boiler full of clothes at'the
same time. Will wonders never cease?
Prnden claims it beats the world.
The fines of .:. each of two of the frail
damsels sent to the Womans 1 reformatory
the past week, Ella Ellensworth and Annie
!Nei>or>, wero paid yesterday by their negrc
Lotharios, and they were discharged.
The work has commenced of removing
the .J rookeries upon the ground west of
lhe St. Paul house, Fort street, up on which
Judge James Gilfillaa and Chas. Faber
are about to erect a fine three story brick
A meeting will take place this afternoon
at the hall of the Crusader society, corner
Wabashaw and Sixth streets, at 'i o'clock
for the purpose of perfecting arrange
ments towards the erection of a u<-w Oath
Bishop Whipple makes a visitation to
Christ church, corner of Fourth and Frank
lin streets, to day, administering the rite
of confirmation at the morning service.
In the evening will be given a repetition
of the admirable children's service given
on Easter Sunday.
A deputy sheriff from Eau Claire was
in the city yesterday, and secured the ar
rest by the aid of Officer Kenealy, of a
man named James Keener, who was want
ed for stealing a gold watch, a few dollars
and some clothing from a boarding house
in that city.
There were but throe cases before the
municipal court yesterday, one of whom,
M. Herman, was discharged. P. Peterson,
who paid $."> for a simple drunk, and Thos.
Kennedy, charged by his mother with be
ing intractable, whose case was postponed
The funeral of Policeman John Sheehan
took place from the cathedral at 9 o'clock
yesterday morning. A detachment of his
former associates on the force acted as
pall-bearers, and the obsequies were at
tended by a large number of mourning
friends and relatives.
A man named John Dode, who lives be
tween Sixth and Seventh streets, on Day
ton's Bluff, reported to the police last even
ing that his 5-year old son had been missing
since ten o'clock in the morning. He wore
a black hat, gray jacket, black pants and
white and black striped stockings.
Last eight about 11 o'clock Charles
Keb.nger, who was playing pool in the sa
loon of Jack Ryan, corner of Third and
Franklin Streets, grabbed a fine overcoat
belonging to the proprietor and ran off.
The alarm was given and Officer Hanft
Boon overtook the thief and landed him in
ihe lockup. The workhouse will probably
bd his destination Monady.
The billiard experts, Yignaux and Schaef
fer, who stand first and second in the re
cent balk line tournament at Chicago—
Schaeffer's defeat of Vignaux Friday de
ciding their respective positions—will
•visit St. Paul and Minneapolis the last of
the month, following the conclusion of the
tournament to be given in New York city,
commencing the last of this week.
Fire commissioner Delano, is beginning
to worry about the continued absence of
his partner and co-commissioner, Charley
Parker. When he left him in Chicago
Thursday last, he was a good deal enthused
over the city election, and ho is fearful
something may havo happened. When
Mr. Parker returns Mr. Delano says he will
tell all about who is to be chief of the fire
department —perhaps. ;
In the Globe of the Gth inst. the sad
demise of Mike Barrett, of Chicago, by a
railroad accident at Fergus Falls, was an
nounced, upon the authority of a letter
which bore the appearance of being
genuine. Mr. Barrett, however, called on
Saturday to say that he was still in the
flesh, and in the enjoyment of excellent
health, albeit he was not greatly enter
tained at reading his own obituary. The
letter it turns out was a shabby hoax.
lie forgot that Wabashaw street in spots
was clad in a macadamization of liquid
mud and started over, haphazard to over
haul his friend Perkins from Dnluth, to
ask him when he thought navigation would
open on the Superior. He struck the cen
ter,flbut stopped to re-consider, while Per
kins sped on out of hearing, and he sor
rowfully came to land with a bedraggled
rubber in each hand looking anxiously for
a boot black to make him again presenta
Clerk of the Supreme Court Samuel
Nichols, just returned from the funeral of
his father-in-law at Byron, in the southern
part of this state, says the Northwestern
railroad is so thoroughly employed in put
ting through its * emigration freight and
passenger trains loaded with multitudes of
people bound to Dakota with their houses
in frame, furniture, agricultural imple
ments, horses and cattle, that the running
of their regular passenger trains is badly
interfered with. He reports the season
very much earlier in St. Paul than in the
southern part of the state.
The ice in the river above the Wabashaw
street bridge moved a great deal yester
day, and during the afternoon drifted
against the staging built up from the river
bottom, upon which the frame work of the ,
bridge rests. For many hundred yards
above the bridge there is an open space,
but there is a good deal of ice still further
above that is liable to come down at any
time. If it should come with a rush it
wouid be likely to carry away either a por
tion or the whole of the staging. In case
the staging should be carried away the
bridge would be greatly weakened, and it
is the opinion of those competent to judge
that some of the spans have not sufficient
strength to hold themselves in their place.
Through the charitable efforts of Adjutant
General Hawley he has procured free
transportation to, and an entrance into the
Milwaukee Soldiers' home for Andrew St.
Jean, of New Canada, a poor, homeless,
broken down in health soldier of the old
Fifth Minnesota regiment, wbo was fa
miliarly known in the ranks as "Old St.
Jake." Since Gen. Hawley has come into
office he has procured the entrance of eight
Minnesota soldiers into tho home, where
but three had previously been thus pro
vided for, and in this has been doing a
work for which he is entitled to public
thanks. Application has also been made
to secure a retreat in this home for Selig
Philipson of St, Paul.
in Ottoman, Fatin and gros grain, and gros grain,
in all colors, from No. 2 up to No. 60. The very
fin', quality imported,in all colors, at Schultz's,
83 East Third streat.
Thos 3 two words hava a vast meaning when
fully comprehended. A perfect success can be
truthfully a] »pliod to Dr. Jones' Bed Clover
Tonic, which cures dyspepsia, biliousness, cos
tiveness, all diseases of the kidneys, liver and
bladder. It is a perfect tonic and blood purifier;
it keeps the skin clear and bright, drives away
pimples and makes the general health excellent.
Price 50 cents, of P. J. Dreis.
Bonnets and Hit.,
All colors and shapes; in basket, pgke and small
bonnets, English Milans, French chips, split
straws and Leghorns, now ready at Schultz's,
83 East Third street.
Novelties in gold and gilt laces, cords, pom
pons, balls, crowns and sprays for bonnets and
hats. Schultz's, S3 East Third street.
Capt. T. E. Pressnell, of Duluth, is in
Aid. .Van Slyke left last evening for
Hon. C. H. Graves, Duluth, is at tht
Geo.. H. Hollister and wife, Prescott,
Wis., are at the Windsor.
C. L. Hood and P. II. Erickson, La
Crosse, are at the Windsor.
G. N. Holloway, a business man from
the Black Hills, is in St. Paul.
Fay R. Smith, of Austin, is tarrying in
St. Paul over the Sabbath.
Mr. E. H. Bly, a leading business mar
of Bismarck, is at the Merchants.
Mr. A. Hendrick.-on, of Larimore, was in
St. Paul this week for a short visit.
Mr. Samuel Nichols, clerk of the su
preme court, returned to St. Panl yester
• Messrs. H. Brumhold, Henry Mohle and
Hank A. Flint, Brainerd, are at the Mer
George N. Holway, a prominent citizen
of the Black Hills, is visiting friends in
S. B. Walker and wife, Mitchell, D. T.,
were among the arrivals at the Windsor ,
At the Metropolitan: W. Whitehead,
Robert, Orr, New York; A. A. Bevin Con
necticut; H. Wolcott, Milwaukee.
John Eagan, the well known clothier, is
in the Eastern markets purchasing a new
stock of spring and summer clothing.
At the Merchants: E. C. Northrop, Kib
by, D. T; Charles J. Sawbridge, Fergus
Falls; Wm. Liddell, Jr., Belfast, Ireland.
Hon. Marcus Johnson, Willmar, "the
gentleman from Kandiyohi," will spend
his Sabbath in St. Paul, with headquarters
at the Merchants.
Capt. Charles Bird, U. S. A., post quar
termaster at department headquarters, in
charge of the ofiice of the chief quarter
master, is at the Metropolitan.
Capt. L. W. Collins, St. Cloud, one of the
most industrious and most influential
members of the late house of represent
atives, was among tho visitors to St. Paul
Conductor James Phelps, Minneapolis,
one of the best and most favorably known
conductors of the Chicago, Milwaukee &
St. Paul railroad, was visiting with his St.
Paul friends yesterday.
R. C. Judson, secretary of the State Agri
cultural society, was in the city yesterday.
The coming week Mr. Judson will spend in
Wisconsin in securing attractions for the
great fair to be held at Owatonna the first
week in September.
Hon. H. Anderson, Montevideo, Chip
pewa county, is at the Merchants. Mr.
Anderson says the snow has entirely dis
appeared in that section of the state, that
the ice has disappeared from the river,
and that seeding hat commenced.
Tips and Flames.
A fine Ostrich Tip at 35
A fine Ostrich Tip at 65
A fine Ost rich Tip at 75
Extra fine quality Tip at $1 00
Extrajfine quality Tip at $1 50
Ostrich Plumes at tl 00
Ostrich Plumes at $2 50
The finest quality $3 50
In all the leading colors, at Schultz's, 83 East
Third street. •
When after years of annoyance from tho sum
mer heat and discomfort of stoves, housekeepers
see such "Oil Stoves" as the new "No. 40
Crown," they exclaim in surprise, Why ,1 that
stove will do all our baking, washing and iron
ing." The acme of perfection in oil cooking is
attained in this stove, and it is capable of boil
ing a washboiler full of slothes and baking six
loaves bf bread at the same time. For sale by
A.K. Prnden, 100 East Third street.
If yoti want to bay a fine French flower cheap
go to Schultz, S3 East Third street.
THE ST. PAUL SUNDAY GLOBE, SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 8, 1883.
HOSIERY SALE. , ■„ I
CORNER SEVENTH AND JACKSON STREETS.
(Successor to Esterley & Heinemann.)
To-Morrow! 50 Doz. Brilliant Lisle Hose, Black and all Colors,
At 50 Cents Per Pair, Each Pair Worth $1.25.
tiUSTAYE mom - ■ • | Corner 7tli and Jackson Street.
ALL AROUND THE GLOBE.
Columbus, 0., has sent 800 reichsmark
for the relief of the Rhine flood sufferers.
The Philadelphia painters have gone to
work on a compromise rate of $2.75 per
Herr Most arrived, met radical socialists
at Philadelphia last night. He speaks in
behalf of the workingmen's party.
The striking iron workers at Beading,
Penn., have accepted a reduction of wages,
and the mills start up on Tuesday.
Erastus Brooks was falsely reported in a
dying condition at his home in New York
yesterday. He is suffering* from a slight
The switchmen in the Erie freight yard
at Buffalo having struck against the new
rules and reduction of wages, have been
paid off and new men will be employed.
M. H. Cronin, the watch case manufac
turer, of Philadelphia, charged with f rand
ulentlycontracting §16,000 debts and se
creting goods to evade payment, was re
Elizabeth Reas, a maiden forty years of
age, of New Haven, Conn., is defendant in
a breach of promise suit for $225,000. John
Guth, of Derby, is the plaintiff. The plain
tiff was a farm hand for defendant.
A Custom's Collector Dead.
Petebsbubg, Va., April Col. [D. G.
Carr, a native of Otsego county, N. Y., and
for many years a resident of Petersburg,
died to-day, aged seventy-five. The
deceased was appointed by President
Grant in 1869, as collector of customs for
this district, and again by president Hayes
in 1879. Three children of Col. Carr
reside in Ohio.
Novelties in gold and gilt laces, colored Span
ish Guipure, black and crem laces in now de
signs for millinery at Schultz's, 83 East Third
Mr. A. H. Nicolay, Koal Estate Auctioneer,
has removed to the new and elegant office No. 70
East Third street, 2d door above the Pioneer
Press, ground floor (formerly occupied by Ken
nedy & Bros.) Bead his announcements in auc
tion want column.
This powder never varies. A marvel of pur
ity, strength and wholesomeness. More econom
ical than tho ordinary kinds, and cannot be
tost in competition with the multitude of low
and short weight, alumor phosphate powders, i
Sold only n cans. Royal Baking Powdeb Co.
The Novelty Clothing Store.
27 WEST THIRD STREET.
Thursday, April 12 th.
JOS. ROTHSCHILD, Proprietor.
Wanted To Bent, May 1st,
For gentleman and wifeone baby—a house of
6 or 7 rooms; would lease for a term of years.
Honse in oourse . of erection would find a good
tenant. F., Globe Office.
' Ka 10 West TM Street st Pan
I respectfully invite the attention of ladies
and gentlemen to my large, must complete and
elegant stock of new Masquerade Costumes, for
balls, parties, theatrical performances, old folks'
concerts, tableaus, &c.
Masks at wholesale.
Country partiee, send for list and prices.
P. J. GIESEN.
LADIES' MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S
FIE LACE GLOVES,
HOSIERY & UNDERWEAR.
We shall be prepared to Display
Novelties in every De
During the Entire Week we shall
In every Department, to which
we invite your personal
lata Lyons & Co.,
11 East Third Street.
For the Springtime
Spring Monro, Sums Hosiery,
1 Gloves, Sl ai Lisle Tlireafl Gloves
Lais' Maslia Men ear,
CMlWs Win Dresses,
• Mils' Oils Complete.
Materials for White Dresses,
Laces and Embroideries,
Newest Styles in Neckwear,
Corsets, Handkerchiefs, Ribbons.
O. A. Dibble's
75 East Third Street.
■ ■ ji -_ _ — m
The PafiMer aid Jeweler, 41 Jackson St. •
fold and Silver Wattles,. Rick Jewelry, fine stock of Diamoiis; a lot of Breech
Loadic* Shot finis. Riflis and Revolvers. A umber of .French Clocks, Office and Sank
Clocks. Field and Opera Glasses, Musical Instructs, all as. good as new, for one-half
their original value. Send for Catalogue and list of Prices.
MONEY TO LOAN 08 ALL GOODS OF TALI
41 JACKS!)* ST., OPPOSITE THE MERCHANTS HOTEL.
» ;y DRY GOODS.
New Toil Bazar,
S, E. Cor, 7a ad JacKson Sis.
TO TOE PUBLIC!
With the change in the Pro
prietor of this well-known es
tablishment, we beg to call at
tention to the fact that in ad
dition to the well assorted stock
of Notions, Fancy ; Goods,
Cloaks and Suits kept by our
predecessor, we have added a
general stock of
Consisting in a complete assort
ment of Table Linens and
Housekeeping Goods, Dress
Goods in all the latest fabrics
and colorings, Black and Col
ored Silks and Cashmeres,
White Goods, Hosiery, Gloves,
Muslin Underwear, etc., etc.,
in fact everything that may "be
found in a first-class Dry Goods
To the older patrons ofthe
IW YORK BAZAR,
We will say that the reputation for honest
anil reliable goods heretofore sold strictly
on their merits in this establishment mil
be fully maintained in the futnre-
We shall from time to time, during the
season, tier specialties, to which we invito
a critical inspection rf the public.
Oir Sii for lis M
Is a complete assortment of Hosiery, at
the uniform prices of 25 anil 50 cents per
pair, worth'felly half more.
iff YORK BiZAB
S. E. Cor. 7tli ami Jaekson Street,
JAS. II. SMITH, - • - PROPRIETOR.
NEW SPRING GOODS.
FIEE SALE 07 CLOTHING.
H@m Yd Fullow
wl wl ■ wTOa ■ wllw ■■ ■
With that Winter overcoat on, why don't you
drop it and get a Spring coat, that you will be
comfortable in ? Our splendid stock of Spring
Suits, Overcoats and Gents' Furnishing Goods
is almost all in, and we can outshow the whole
Northwest in the way of fine goods at low prices
91 East Third Street.
FIVE CENTS A LINE
SIXTH WARD WANTS.
ANTED—Man of enterprise to establish
W Livery^table, between Bridge and Bluff,
on Dakota avenue. The public want it and
there's money in it.
WANTED— city to establish an engine
house for the benefit of the ward in case of fire.
WANTED city to grade Dakota avenue
to the full width, filling the crossings and pro
viding approaches to the street.
WANTED— city to commence work on
tho Levee at once. They have our money and
the ward needs the improvement.
WANTED—The Board of Health to see-the
cess pools and small ponds of stagnant water
filled up. Health and life demand it. The
Board should compel property owners to do
this, or cause it be done at the cost of the city.
In behalf of the Sixth ward.
St. Paul, April 7,1883. 97*
A DRESSMAKER wishes sewing in families
by the day or piece. No. 378 Dayton ave
WANTED Situation by a young man to
in clothing store. Have had some
experience. Good reference given. Address
G. B. L., this office. 93-99
WANTED By a colored man who has had
IT experience, employment as coachman in
a private family. Address Thos. C. Dyson,
443 Robert street, St. Paul. 93-99
WANTED Situation by a young man will- ;
TV ing to do any kind of honorable work,"
and is a good penman. Good reference given.
Address G. B. L., this office. 93-99
YOUNG MAN wants a position as a clerk in
store. Age 20 years. Address G. H.,at
this office. 93-99
WANTED A competent girl for general
housework. Good wages. Apply at
No. 102 Western avenue, St. Anthony hill.
WANTED thorough energetic gardener,
who understands tree planting and good
hard work. A man and wife preferred, and at
once; apply by letter or at house, Grotto and Lin
coln streets. " Dr. J. IJ. Bryant. 98-104
WANTED— Girl for housework at No. 29
West Fifth street. 98-99
TTfTANTED^-Tailor— must be sober and
t\ steady—to repair clothing. 'li West
Third street. ' 97-98
WANTED— A girl t;> help at doing house
"" work in a small family. Apply 335
Pleasant avenue. " 96-103
WANTED 1 diningroom girl. Grand Cen
tral hotel. 96-102
%&/ ANTED—A good girl for general hotise
v v work in a family of three; German or
Swede preferred. 377 Washington street, op
posite City Hall. 96-98
ANTED—12 or 15 stone masons; only
at first-class men. Apply to John E.
O'Brien, Opera House, St. Paul. 96-156
WANTED —A good female cook to cook night
orders. Highest wages paid. Apply at tho
Boston Restaurant^ Minneapolis. 95*
WANTED A nun to take care of horses
and do the chores around the house.
Must be well recomim led. Inquire 14 West
Fourth street. 95-101
WANTED Two good sewing girls, at Miss
Boland's, 93 Summit avenue. 95-101
WANTED An experienced dress maker, to
sew in family, for 4 weeks. Inquire at
349 Franklin street. 94-100
WANTED— first rate girl for general
housework. 169 Western avenue, corner
Selby avenue. 93-99
"TT", "ANTED—Good girl for general housework,
I? good wages paid. 513 Stillwater street.
WANTED — good girl to do housework, at
183 Pleasant aTenue. 93-93
WANTED — and second girl. Apply
immediately. St. Luke's Hospital, 105
East Eighth street. 93-99
WANTED —An experienced press boy to
feed cylinder presses. Good wages and
steady employment. At Cunningham's, 325 Wa
bashaw street. . 93*
WANTED— 2 feed boys. Steenstra & Glenn,
iob printers. 317 Wabashaw street. 93*
SUCCESSFUL AND ESTABLISHED
dairy business in St. Paul for sale; a few
hundred only required. Address George B., this
TWELVE head young mules, cheap. Ad
dress K. N., Globe Office. 97-102
A MERICAN Arbor Vita:.
SIX SET nearly new double harness, cheap.
Address 24, Globe Office. 97-99
FOR SALE—Two First class stallions, three
quarter blood Normans, weight about
1,600 pounds, aged four and six years. Joseph
Fitzgerald, Horse Exchange, corner Fourth and
ITIREES, shrubs and Tines.
I/iBUIT, shade and ornamental trees.
FORTY THOUSAND XX shingles, cheap.
"Diamond Jo" Dock, foot Sibley street.
TDED CEDAR, clipped; finest in the state.
OR SALE—Bar fixtmres. 849 Robert street.
FOR SALEA heavy horse and a fresh milch
cow. Inquire at 200 West Third street.
FOR SALE— horee and wagon at 431
St. Peter street. 96-98
/ "1 OOSEBERRY, barDerry, raspberry; all va-
1 KC\ AAA NURSERY grown shade trees,
JLOv/ \J\J\J Evergreens and shrubbery,
at Summit Park Nursery. 'Dr. Bryant, 10,: East
Third street. -*
WILL loan upon or buy Life Ins. Policies
VV L. P. Yan Norman, 360 Jackson. 89
FIVE CENTS A LINE
AUCTION SALE—I will sell on Saturday,
April 14th, at 10 a. m., at tho corner of
Third and Cedar streets, 10 milch cows. Short
Horns and Jerseys. P. T. KAVANAGH,
SSIGNEE'S STOCK—^8,500 worth of dry
goods, men and boys' fir '.iothing, gents'
furnishing goods, hats, caps, boots, shoes, etc.,
etc., at auction! I will sell at auction, com
mencing on Wednesday, April 4th, at 10 o'clock
a. m., at the store, No. 145 East Third street,
the stock of L. W. Schmitz, proprietor of tho
C. O. D. Clothing House of Fergus Falls. As
this stock is composed of the finest grades of
boots and shoes, men's and boys' clothing, etc.,
etc., and the time of sale is limited to the 20th
day of April, it will be necessary for rapid
work to close the same in that time, as the
terms of assignee preclude the possibility ci
holding a trade 6ale.' The goods must be sold,
surely, by that time. Come early and secure
bargains. P. T. KAVANAGH, Auctioneer.
PARTIES having Real Estate or Personal
property to dispose of by auction, will do
well to list the same with one who, although not
having the requisite thirty Years' experience in
New York city to enable him, upon the glories
of a past reputation, to limit his efforts to only
lines of very elegant household furniture, first
class merchandise, fine art, jewelry, etc., is able
to bring such sales to a more successful issue
than more pretentious veterans in the business.
One who does not entrust his business to incom
petent help, but brings to bear upon all consign
ments the benefits of a practical experience of a
man whose business career has thus far been
' passed in St. Paul. For particulars see another
: column. P. T. KAVANAGH, Auctioneer.
THE GREATEST OPPORTUNITY YET OF-
ered. The only available large tract of
land, between the two cities, for stile at a bar
gain for 30 days only. The well-known Des
noyer estate, containing 310 acres of fine avail
able properly on the line of the Chicago, Mil
waukee, St. Paul & Minneapolis Short Line, im
mediately adjoining the city limits of Minne
apolis, and within three-quarters of a milo of
the C, M., St. P. & M. shops, in Minneapolis.
This property will show a more rapid advance in
value than any property in this section. The at
tention of capitalists is called to the fact that
this tract is offered for the next 30 days at a
great bargain. For particulars inquire of
P. T. KAVANAGH, Auctioneer.
98-99 -A3 East Third Street.
ATTENTION, CAPITALISTS!— valuable
piece of property in Lower Town at a bar
gain. The property ol the Catholic Orphan
Asylum to be sold within the next 30 days. The
above valuable piece of ground is in tho imme
diate rear of the residence of Bruno Beaupre,
Esq., and Ims a frontage of 255 feet on Olive
street, 285 feet on Grove street, and 115 feet
frontage on John street. TMis fine piece of prop
erty will be offered as a whole for the next 30
.lavs. Apply to P. T. KAVANAGH,
96-99 Auctioneer, 49 East Third street.
BOOTS AND SHOES at auction. I will sell
at public auction, beginning on- Monday,
April 9, at 10 o'clock a. m., at No. 213 West
Third street, near tho 7 corners, the entire stock
of boots and shoes belonging to &LFroelich,Eeq.j
who is retiring from business. Mr. Froelich's
stock is well known to our citizens, and consists
of the best class of Eastern made goods, to
gether with sewed and pegged work made in the
shop, all of which will be sold to the public by
single pairs. P. T. KAVANAGH, Auctioneer.
THIRD STREET STORE—Three floors, to
rent; five years from Mav 1st. J. W. Mc-
Clung . " 98-100
FOR RENT— largo store, from May 1st.
Apply 18 East Seventh street. '96-98
TO —Business lot at foot of Missis
sippi street, 567 Broadway. 61*
URNISHED ROOMS—453, corner WiUius
and Fifth streets. 98
FOR RENT1 large front room and closet,
with use of kitchen and dining room. Ad
dress X, this office. " 98 99
FOR RENT— pleasant furnished front
room; first floor. 22 East Ninth street.
FOR RENT— furnished room. No. 451 St.
Peter street. 98-100
IAOli RENT—Basement rooms. Inquire of
1 J. W. Mabern, 82 Bluff street, cor. Rice.
FOR —Nice furnished rooms, for re
spectable parties; ladies or gents. 260
Nash street, or. Mississippi. 98-100
Ii^OR RENT— front rooms, unfurnished,
457 Laurel avenue; street cars pass the
CHOICE OFFICES for rent, up-etaire, corner
Third and Robert sts., ovor Boston One-
Price Clothing Store. Inquire of Secretary
Chamber of Commerce. 265*
FOR RENT—A house »f 4 rooms and a barn,
Inquire 481 University avenue. 98-100
WANTED— TO RENT— House of nine or ten
rooms by good tenant, who wants to
keep boarders. West St. Paul preferred. Ad
dress Boarding, Globe office. 97-98
WANTED — for six small stores in
the Wigwam Roller Skating Rink,St. PauL
Ready March 1st, 1883. R. F. Glasgow, Manager,
128 East Third street. 54*
FIVE DOLLARS paid for a good torn cat,
must be an excellent mouser. Apply, with cat,
Monday morning at 9 o'clock. C. G. Franklin,
195 East Third street. 98
ABPET CLEANING and "upholstering, carl
pets lifted, cleaned, refitted, furniture re
stuffed, cleaned and polished, mattresses, feath
er beds renovated. House jobbing executed.
Charges moderate. Leave orders, 32 East Sev
enth street. I. D. Duril. 98-100
ANTED— tent, 10x12 or 12x14. J. WiL
liams, 29 West Fifth street. 98-99
BRINCKERHOFF.civil engineer and arch
• itect. Town sites and railroads laid out
and mapped; also plans and estimates for build
ing famished. Commercial hotel, 147 East
Seventh street. 93-98
DICTATOR, Jr., will be allowed to serve a
numberof well-bred mares at the low price of
$30. He is brother of Jay-Eye-See, record 2:19,
the fastest four-year-old in the world. He is
sired by Dictator, a full brother to Dexter, and \
out of a mare by Aimont. For particulars and
extended pedigree, address Dr. Charles E. Fel
ler, SG6 Jackson street. 91-105
E. F. CROCKER— and builder
• Sixth ward, St. Paul. 72-8