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DAILY WEATHER BULLETIN.
tnmor. Chief BMWAIi Omcrn,
Washington, D. C, May 80, 9:56 p. m.
Observations taken at the name, moment of
u.ac at all stations.
VPFE^ MISSISSIPPI VALLEY.
Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather.
STPboL. 29.93 53 0 Clear.
Lalrosse 29.87 59 NW Fair.
Bar Thor. Wind. Weather.
Bismarck 29.85 69 SE Clear.
Fort Garry 29.83 46. SW Clear.
Minnadosa 29.7.; 4G M Cloudy.
Moornead 29.55 45 E Clear.
St.Vn^ut 89 89 4G SE Clear.
NORTHERN ROCKY MOUNTAIN SLOPE.
Bar. Tlipr. Wind. Weather.
It •^;nab0i:e.. 29.69 58 S Fair.
Fort Buford 29.80 52 SW Clear.
Billings 29.64 53 NW Clear.
Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather.
Da iath 29.96 48 NW Cloudy.
DAILY LOCAL JCEAHB.
Bar Ther. I>«w Point. Wind. Weather.
29.880 54.8 37.3 j NW Fair.
Amount of rainfall, .11; maximum thermometer
64.0; minimum thermometer, 48.5; daily range,
15 mrer, observed height, 7 feet 4 inchea;
uirer, observed height, 7 feet 4 inches;
fall in twenty-four hours, 3 inches.
P. F. Lyons,
Sorgeant Signal tiorpe, U. B. A.
Washington, May 31, 1 a. m.—lndica
tions for the Upper Mississippi and Mis
souri Valley, warmer fair weather, north
westerly wind, shifting to southeasterly,
stationary or lower pressure.
Frank Barron won the two-mile race at
the Wigwam roller skating rink last night
in ten minutes and forty-five seconds.
A sou of Morgan Morganstern, the well
known Jackson street jeweler, mysterious
ly disappeared from home. Tuesday morn
ing, causing intense augnish to his
parents. The lad is but twelve years old,
and any tidings of his whereabouts will be
gratefully received byhi3 afflicted family.
The police are making a diligent search
for tne ini^siug boy, but thus far without
The saie of tickots for the benefit of the
widow of the late Col. Charles Hums, man
ager of the Opera house, will commence
at the box office, Opera hone?, this morn
ing. The outside sale of Beats has more
than met expectations. All tickets are
good for reserved seats, which can be Be
pured at the box office. The entertainment
to be given is the opera of "Fanst," by the
full Hess Acme Opera company.
The Crusaders held a meeting last even
ing and a very livoly time was had. The
gold badge of honor which was presented
to the best temperance worker was award
ed to Joseph Casserly by a unanimous
vote from the members for the honor they
had conferred on him. The follow
ing members were appointed as
delegates to the state convention which
will be held in Faribanlt June 13 and 14:
J . F. McGuvee, J. F. Kernam, Jos. Cas
serly. Timothy McCarthy and the presi
dent, T. D. O'Brein.
Last Monday afternoon 3fter the re
hearsal of Thomas' orchestra, a number of
gentlemen here in the city obtained car
riages and took the whole orchestra and
solo singers out for a ride about the city.
Twenty -seven carriages were required to
take the party around. Among other
places visited was Mr. Kittson's Midway
stables, where the party was given the op
portunity of seeing some of tho best
horses in this country. After a drive of
several hours about the city the party
returned to the Metropolitan much
pleased with the trip. Last evening after
the concert all .the members of Mr.
Thomas' party wore invited over to Grote's
at the •h'oli and treated to a litlle social
entertainment for an hour or two during
which the grangers were introduced to
many of oar citizens.
The fortieth session of this term fit the
court was presided over by a full bench
and the following business was transacted:
The St.Paul Form dry and Manufacturing
company, respondent, v*. John M. Cash
ing, defendant, F. L. Patnam, irarniehee,
and John M. Cashing nn-.l Kecry W.
Jameson, partners, etc.. intervening claim
ants, appellants. Argued and submitted.
Clark W. Thompson, Henry C. Kingsley
and Lawrence Meyers, respondents, vs.
Jason C. Easton, appellant. Submitted
Adjourned to 9:30 a. m. Thursday.
A Meteorological Dispute.
There are some folks who cannot take a
joke, even though the subject be the weath
er. Thompson met Benson on Fourth
street yesterday and asked him "if he had
finished filling his ice house," when Benson
called him a pelican for running down his
own climate, and said he wasn't fit to live
in any place but Manitoba or Siberia,
where the nights were so long as not to give
him opportunity to manufacture climatic
daylight slander. Thompson looked ag
grieved, and finally told Benson that it was
a good deal colder than here down in Ohio
find Ingiana, that the peach blossoms were
frozen to the trees down there, and that
the squash vines had come up and turned
round and gone under ground again. Then
Benson grasped Thompson's hand and
shook it with the heartiness of a cyclone,
ordered up a suspicious sounding hack in
his throat, and the two went into a saloon
to find an old farmer's almanac to Pee
whether the signs of the zodiac for June
extended below the belt.
Free Excursion to White Bear.
It will be seen by an advertisement else
where, that there will be a free excursion to
White Bear to-morrow morning at 8
o'clock. The excursion will go to the Mah
tomedi assembly ground?, which is one of
the lovely spots at that beautiful resort.
White Bear is more attractive than ever
this spring, and the trip will be a pleasant
While the Chinese population of Califor
nia is not increasing, since the promulga
tion uf the new treaty, the Chinamen
already there are making the best of their
opportunities and energy. It is stated that
the Mongolians are prospering beyond all
other races on the Pacific cost. They are
in control of several manufactures and
trades, and show the Yankee tendency of
monopolizing whatever they take hold of.
The pork trade of San Francisco and other
important cities is said to be almost en
tirely in their hands. They are making
nearly all the cigars manufactured in the
state, and are gradually securing, control
of the manufacture of leather goods,
brooms and underwear. The unfortunate
feature of all this is that the Chinamen
do not develop in the graces of life any
where near as rapidly as in becoming
shrewd business men. Their capacity for
. good citizenship, liberality and cleanliness
does not show much improvement.
The high sheriff of Yorkshire, England,
this year is Mr. Walter Morrison, bod of
the greatest dry goods dealer England has
ever had, who left $20,000,000 personality
:md vast estates. He left most to the eldest
son, including a specific legacy of §5,000,
--000, but all had large fortunes. In hie old
age ho imagined himself almost a pauper,
and had a weekly wage doled out to him to
humor his fancy.
E. R. Smith, Le Sueur, is at the Mer
Dr. Otis Ayer, Le Sueur, is at the Metro
Col. C. A. Ruffee, Brainerd, is at the
Hon. C. H. Buun, La Crosse, is at the
Hon. A. C. Hickman, Owatonna, is at
Hon. G. W. Balehelder, Faribault, is at
Prof. A. C. Gntterson, Owatonna, took
iv the Thomas May Festival concert last
Hon. E. P. Barnum, Sank Center, the
Democratic standard bearer in the Fifth
district campaign last fall, is at the
Mr. L. B. Gillet, a resident of St. Paul
twenty-three years ago, but now of Phila
delphia, and a contractor and builder of
gas works on the Lowe principle, is at the
The Dakota Capital commission, still
at the Merchants, passed comparatively a
quiet day yesterday, and if appearances are
good for anything, a satisfactory conclu
sion has been reached as ta their decision
in reference to the capital location. As to
what that decision is to be, the members
of the commission are dumb,
but for some reason Bismarck
has tho call for choice at about 8 to 1, and
no takers at the large odds, while several
large real estate transactions at booming
prices were consummated yesterday npon
the supposition that Bismarck was to be
the place. This evening the commission
ers go to Fargo, where a meeting will be
held to-morrow, at which, it is understood,
the decision, as outlined above, will bo
Quick, complete cure, all annoying Kidney,
Bladder and Urinary Diseases. SI. Druggist
Auction Sale of Lots on the Peninsula at
White Bear Lake
Go out to White Bear lake and buy a lot on
High situation, consequent! v an especially
fresh, cool, brac'nc; air, a broa'l vista of variei
beauty; pleasant drives and walks; good sailing,
boating and fishing.
Sale in the afternoon, Juno 6, 1883.
Free train will leave Union depot, on St. Paul
& Duluth railroad, at 1 p. m.
Allen's "Irou Tonic Bitters" will supply the
blood with iron, and build up, strengthen, tone
and purify the whole system, create a healthy
appetite, aid digestion, and invigorate the liver.
A singly dose is sufficient to show its good effect.
Look for, counter Every bottle bears
the signature of J. P. Allen, druggist, St. Paul,
St. Paul, Minn., May 80, 1883.
Montgomery's Oyster Bay Restaurant still
continues to receive daily and serve to his cus
tomers th Celebrated New York Count Oysters,
and they are line.
Wood's Opera House.
St. Paul, Minn., May 19, 1883.
S. Blackford, 274 East Seventh Street, St.
Paul — Dear Sir: It gives me great pleasure to
recommend in the highest possible manner your
medicine, Dr. Halliday's Blood Purifier. It is
all you claim for it, and more. Yours grate
Concerning: Imported Clears.
Competent judges upon all sides declare the
Seal Skin Cigar to be equal if not superior to
th.9 best imported cigars.
Warranted freo from scent or flavor produced
by drugs. Beaupre, Keoh «V Co., 4croKts.
— Patrick Conlin, ago GO years, die I
Wednesday morning at & o'clock, at his home
on White Bear road.
Funeral will leave his late homo at a. m.
Services at St. Mary's church, Friday, Juno 1,
at 11 o'clock. All file: da of the family invited
to attend .
■-- - • -,/ >*• i^
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This powder noyer vanes. A taarrel of p ir
ty, strength and whoiiisomenees. Moreeconom
cal than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be
est in competition with the multitude of low
and short weight, ilumor phaapLate powders.
Sold or,\ly »i ci;is. Roym. B i ei^g I'c.wdeb Co.
60,\vail-Lt. N. V
DIAMOND JO LHEJDP STEAMERS.
For Winona, La Crosse, Dubuque, Ropk Island,
Davenport, Keokuk, St. Louis and
STEAMER LIBBIE CONGER,
Wm. Boland, Master, Chas. Mather, Clerk,
Leaves Thursday, May 31, 4 P. M,
From Dock, foot of Sibley street.
148 A. 6. LONG. Agent.
SI. LOUIS & ST.JAUL PACKET CO.
Side-Wheel Steamers, Equipped with Elec
REFITTED AID RffIKSISIIED.
For Winona, La Crosse, Dubuque, Clnton
Rock Island, Davenport, Muscatine, Bur
lington, Keokuk, Quincy, Hannibal, Bt.
Louis, and all intermediate points.
WM. THOSIISON, Master.
DANL. GAEIN, Clerk.
Leaves St. Paul,
PrinQV Trnip W flt 19 n'rlnrlr M
riiiidj] Jiiiiu i i- di iL v uiuuJLj JUi
Through tickets by r vor and rail for Eale to
all points East and South.
A. DELA.NY, Agent,
SC-51 Lotoo and Jackson Street.
THE SAINT PAUL DAILY GLOBE, THURSDAY MORNKVG, MAY SI, Ibß3
IS INVITED TO-DAY
To the Improved Property opposite the St. Paul
Roller Mill, on Upper Third street
known as the
And consisting of th« three stores, Noe. 43, 45
and 47 West Third street.
The Building is Sixty by Nine
ty, three stories high, and is in
The Lot is 60 by 140 feet, less a
piece 29 by 34 in the northeast
The entire block is leased at a
good rental, and will be sold at a
price which makes it worth the
consideration of Capitalists.
We will be glad to show you
the property and give you fig
ures upon it.
Coctaa & HewDort
176 E. 3d St., Opposite Merchants Hotel.
S. LEE DAVIST"
Real Estate and. loripp Urn.
860 Jackson Street, St, Paul, Minn.
Investments made and taxes paid for non
R. W. JOHNSON,
Heal Estate Agent,
Mannheimer Block, Boom 11 .
ST. PAUL, - - ■ MINN.
TEEPLE & HOSKEN,
Real Estate and Loan Brokers
No. 03 East Third Street.
ST. PAUL, - - - MINN.
FOR SALE— S3OO for lots on Dayton Bluff; 5
per cent, cash, balance $5 to $10 per month.
Teeple & Hosken . 133-162
354 Jackson Street, St. Paul.
Houses, Lots. Blocks. Acres it Business Property
HEZEKIAH HALL. B. F. IIALL.
Comer Third and Iloberfc Greets, in tlin Savings
ST. PAUL. . - - MINN.
A. S. CLARK fie CO.,
Real Estate & Urn Agents,
315 Jackson street,opposite Merchants hotel.
JOHN M. LYNCH,
104 East Third Street,
Presley Block, - - . St. Paul.
Business property, vacant lots and blocks,
■ r3tidencc3 and arm property cheap and on etsy
terms. Monov to loan.
Manufacturers of Furniture. Live Geese Feath
ers and Mattresses.
Funeral Directors. Sole Agents for Metallic
flurial Gaskets and Cases, Cloth and Wood
Corner Third aad Trlinnesota Sts
C. J. M'CAUTKr. J. G. DONNELLY
rCABTHT i DONNELLY,
54 WaDas&aw street. ODDosite Post office
Calls answered at all hoars. Embalming
a specialty. Best hearse in the city, and fines
carnßgaa at lowest ratee. Funerals conducted
and satisfaction tnmrKntaed
Oae Car Krai Texas Horses, ■
One Car Load Texas Hares,
USTow on Sale.
Can be seen daily at Hay Market, Minnesota
street, between Fourth awl Fifth. These are an
extra lot and can be had at bargains.
151-153 C. R. HEALEY, Proprietor.
Coal and Iron Co.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Goal, Wool GoE:e anflPiglroii
T. D. BABTON, AGENT,
354 Jackson Street, • • ■ St.Panl
FIVE CENTS A LINE
' ' — " — —^~— — •
WANTED — grocery clerk, 18 years old,
spoaks German and English, good pen
man, wants a place in a grocery or any light
work in on office. Address J. H. C, this
WANTED — by a reliable young
man as driver. Acquainted in the city .
A trial is all I ask. Address E. H., Globe.
SITUATION WANTED by an experienced dry
goods salesman, who speaks Scandinavian
and English . Can furnish best of city refer
ence. Address C, Globe office. 146-152
"VTT7 ASHING and Ironing, or going out by the
▼ V day, carefully attended to. Mrs. S.
Dempsey, West St. Paul, or Globe office.
QHIRTMAKERS WANTED— experienced
kD operators on fine custom work. Machines
run by power. John H. Schulze & Macdonald,
155 E. Third street. 150-152
WANTED — 50 girls to sot on steam power
machines. Steady work and good pay
to first-class hands. Apply in manufacturing
department Lindekes, Warner & Schurmeier,
corner Fourth and Sibley streets. 147-153 .
ANTED— at 513 Stillwater street for
general housework . 147-153
ANTED — Two girls foreecocd work in res
*V taurant 355 Jackson street, between
Fourth and Fifth streets. 147-158
"VTTT ANTED — A good girl to do general house-
T ? work. Apply at No. 16 East Third street.
WANTED— A good practical tinemi'h, who
W understands putting up pumps. Good
wages, sure piy, steady work. German preferred.
Inquire of Globe ottice or to Charles Damorel,
Wahpeton, D. T. 145-54
"VJT7 ANTED— Dining room girl. Also, kitchen
TT girl. Apply at 483 Wabashaw street.
\\ ' ANTED— SO stone masons, good workmen,
?V for the new Op?-ra house, 3. 50 per day.
\jt r ANTED — Two first-class piumberß, at
*'* Kenny & Hudner's, 118 and 120, West
Third street, Hr. I'au- 122*
\\J ANTED A good emalecook o cook night
V V orders. Highest wages paid. Apply at the
Boston Restaurant. Minneapolis. 95*
FOR SALE— Big bargain. House barn aid
four lots on lireenwoo.i avenue. App ! yto
J. W. Wait, at Capital bank. " 1 51-57
FOR ALE — One canopy top two seated bug-
y, one Studebakor leather top phaeton,
both but little used, will be cold cheap. Inquire
of C. F. Malilor ;»t Field, Mahler & Co.'s store.
FOR SALE Oil KENT— IOS acres, one mile
from poBtolIice; best stone quarry in lCice
county. 1 furnish all stone for state insti u
tions, Bhattnck schools, St. Mary' < Hall and all
public buildings, located here; patent lime kil. ,
fou- dwell. ngs, oao st lie, «no frame barn, one
st no barn connected w th blacksmith shop, ftp.
Twent -five acres, containing th'j quarry and i:n
prov ment b, will be sold or rented separately, if
desired. Reason for soiling — old age and poor
health. Apply 1 » Philip Cromer, Faribault,
Minn : 13^*
FOR SAIjE — A brick house desirably located
on St. Anthony Hill. Inquire on premi
ses, 117 Farringto'a avenue. 157-66
FOR SALE — Store fixtures and show cases.
B. F. Zahm, in cara of Conrad Schmidt, 49
West Third street. ICB*
"irpOli BALE— Hotel for sale, within a few
A. blocks from Union depot. For particu
lars inquire at Globe oSico. Address Hotel.
*?Oil SALE— Best made Refrigerators, $10.
_fi. lest Ice Chests. $7. Stees Brothers. 105*
PLATS of Foundry Addition, with prices and
Jl Uirrnsof lots. Apply to C. M. Power, at
St. Paul Foundry. 149-qq.l
"C^IKF. BUSINESS LOTS— From i-'AQO to $o<a)
_£? per front foot.
RICHARDSON & BUCKHOUT,
147-53 801 Jackson Street.
Improved business property, paying big inter
est. ~ RICHARDSON & BUCKHOUT,
147-r,:*. 801 Jackson Street.
70 acres near the Northern Pacific purchase at '
$200 per acre.
RICHARDSON & BUCKHOUT,
147-53 301 Jackson Street.
5 acres on St. Anthony hill.
RICHARDSON & BUCKHOUT,
147-53 SOt Jackson Street
iWILL Bell ray Bigel addition, line building
lots for only SO dj-y.* longer, at the same low i
established price, SIOO to £300. Terms 10 ;
cash arid $5 monthly. Hundreds of men and :
women have been taking this opportunity to get
homes, and others for speculation. This i.d.li
tion is rabidly improving; the lots lay high and
sightly and of easy aeeeea. j
1 am also building many houses, which I will
sell on monthly payments. Come early and in
spect plats and grounds. A. GOTZLAN,
l«7-iii4 423 East Seventh Street.
I^OR choice building lots and residence*, call
on A. M. Lawton, Real Estate Agent, 175
Dakota avenue, Sixth ward. I*6-155
CHOICE platabie acres adjoining lim-
V 7 its on West side for sale cheap. A. M.
Lawton, Real Estate Agent, Dakota avenue,
Sixth ward. 146-155
LlbT your property for eala and orders for
.v purchases with Geo. 11. Hazzard, Real
Estate and Loan Agent, 170 East Third street,
St. I'aul. ; SO
WILL offer for a few ciaj'c, some rare
vv bargins in building lots, houses and lots,
business aiM acre property. Do cot fail to sco
their large list before buying, they will sell you
lots as low as 1 150 each. Call and see thorn if
you want a bargain, 137 East Third street .
LOTS at &is'<) cavii, or will ee'i for #10 cash
J and >.'» pt>p month for 3 ears without in
terest. ii. F. Marvin. *8G
LOTS and money to build oft monthly pay-
J ments. Pioneer Building Society, 856
Jocksmi wrteet. 126*
FOUNDRY Addition lots Just en the marker.
Secure first choice now. Terms and prices
upon application to CM. Power, at St. Paul
FOil RENT— Store, No. 161 West fc'eventh
street, near Seven corners, with fixtures.
Best oration f d;-y goods Mid notion bu&inees.
Bft V Zahm, 49 West laird street. U=B
FOR RENT — nicely furnished rooms at
._ 451 St. Peter stroet. 150-152
FOR RENT— Four unfurnished rooms 383
Marshall are. near Western . 140*
QS)Q SOMERSET street nice room to rent.
O^O furnished. 124*
IjH)R~P»ENT— Houße~of three rooms, 475
Temi>erance street, near corner of Ninth.
VTEW HOUSE to rent for $10. Fr. F. Wilde,
li Rogers' block, near Wabashaw street.
T?TOR RENT— HaIf of double house on Park
X' arenue. Inquire from 7to p. m., at 285
avenu». Inquire from 7to 9 p. m., at 285
Josette street. :4'J-154
FOR RENT— Flouse with three room*., kitch
en and woodshed. (hod well. In rear of
158 Pleasant avenue. 151-153
FOR RENT— splendid house to rent for
residence or boarding house, on West side,
on the hill, Odell's place, containing ten rooms.
Splendid orchard, larse barn and spring water.
Inquire of E.Langerin. ■ IS3*
PAPER HANGING— If you want a good job
.IT of paper hanging, send card to John J. Wil
liams, 17b Main street. 530*
~\\ ANTEI' — l>y a gentl«ann and wife, with
t - out children, bnvd in. private family,
where them aro no her boarders. Address 11. ,
this office. 123
EF. CROCKER— Contractor and builder,
• Sixth ward, St. Paul. -; ;- 72 ; -
FIVE CENTS A LINE
ARGE AND IMPOBTANT SALE OF REAL
ESTATE— I will sell at auction on the
premises, on Tuesday, June 5, at 10 o'clock a.
m., one house and lot, 50x100 feet, fronting on
De Bow street. This property is situated imme
diately in tho rear of the residence of J. H.
Allen, Esq., and in one of the finest neighbor
hoods of the city, within one block of the Street
railway and but ten minutes from the business
center of the city.
On the same day at 11 o'clock a. m., I v.-ii!
sell at auction on the premises four lots on Jack
son street, between Eleventh and Twelfth streets,
in Prince & Desnoyer's rearrangement. These
lots are immediately south of the Prince block,
corner of Pearl and Jackson streets, and are ad
mirably adapted for business or tine tenement
Also, on the same day at 2 o'clock p. m . , two
lots in Rondo's addition, each 50x100 feet, and
situated on the northeast corner of Carroll and
Josette streets. These Lots are well adapted for
business purposes, in a fine neighborhood and
convenient to the wholesale center. All of the
above is a portion of the well-known Desnoyer
estate . Terms liberal and made known here
after. P. T. KAVANAGH, Auctioneer.
f*£i DESIRABLE RESIDENCE LOTS AT
\J\) AUCTION— I will sell at auction on tho
premisee, on Monday June 11, commencing at 2
o'clock, all of Riverside addition to St, Paul,
consisting of 66 Lots, and traversed by Stowart
avenue, Hewitt and Bay streets. This property
is located on the Bluff and commands one of the
finest views of the Mississippi river, to be ob
tained in the city, and is well adapted for fine
residence sites, within a short distance of the
Sioux City Shops, permanently employing a
large numDer of men, withia 8 tew Mocks of the
Fort street Railway and immediai iy adjoining
This is by far one of the bast ohsii ;■ - 1o ob
tain a beautiful homo in this portion ■ f !w city,
at your own price, that has yet been offi i ' nnd
will amply repay a close attention .
P. T. KAVANAGH,
-| A CHOICE SEVENTH ST. LOTS AT
14: AUCTION, also 14 lots on adjoining
streets on Dayton's blalt, suitable for business
ar.d residence purposes, to be sold on the ground
on Wednesday afternoon, June 20, 1888, at 2
o'clock sharp, on liberal terms, and sale posi
tive. Particulars hereafter. For further infor
mation apply to A. 11 . NICOLAY,
Heal Estate Auctioneer cad Agent, No. 70 East
Third street. 147-152
"I f\ f\ f\ pieces Sheet Music at 5 coats each, I
XVJ \> \J for sale by M. C. Thayer, 418 Waba
shaw street, St. Paul and 312 Nicollet avenue,
Minneapolis. Send postage stamps for cata
wwwnawi — — — «— ■ — — ——I——— — i
LOST AXJ) FOUNT).
STRAYED — Team of horses— bay with
white legs and face, one black- The finder
will be i aid for all trouble by notifying John
Hayes, near corner of Arch and Columbia
\jn" ANTED— borrow $3,0C0 on first clas
Vt improved city property. Address "Fi
cancial," Globe office. 147-15
'^ifriLlj loan upon or buy Life Ins. Policies
. * Lv P. Van Nora«ia 369 Jackson. 89
OEALED PROPOSALS for the mason, carpen-
I>J tor and plaster work on the school build
ing attached to the Church of the Sacred Heart,
on Dayton's . Bluff, will be received at the resi
dence of the undersigned, until noon on June 4.
The building to be 60x34, frame work, resting
on 6tone foundation, two stories high. Plans
and specifications can be seen at the store of
Ritt Bros., corner Minnehaha and Payne streets.
Contract will be let at 2 p. m on June 4, 1883.
The right to reject one or all I ids is reseived.
: CII. KOEBERL, Pastor Church of the Sacred
Pull weight and measure guaranteed by
li Oil iliil Fil Fin
&BIGG & FOSTER,
41 East Third Street. Established in 1884.
GOAL & WOOD
At bottom prioee. Grate and egg $9.25, etovo
$10.50, email nut $9.50, Briar Hill, $8.60. All
grade* of frosh mined bituminous coal st equally
Uiif prices. V/e are making a specialty^of dry body
oak and hirch wood mixod at ?6.otf ' per cord,
nearly equal ff > maple. Dry pin« elftbn $3.50,
basbwood $* mid maple $7. Bemosubar the
place iL East Third street.
WOOD AM) IM.
Office on Serenth street bridgo and corner jo
Tsrolftfc&ad Robert. Order* received by te.e
Found running at large within the city of St.
Paul, in violation of the ordinances of said city
in relation to impounding animals and taken up
by the Pound Master of said city, on the 18th
J day of May, 1 883, and not redeemed, the herein-
I aft describpd animals.
Now therefore, in accordance with law, I will
AT PUBLIC AUCTION,
In front of tlio Public Pound, on Fifth street, in
the Second ward of said city,
I On the Second day of June, '33,
, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, to the highest bid
der for cash
One light Red Color Cow,
White spots, horns turned up, nine (9) years old.
Policeman and Acting Pound Master.
Dated 20th day of May, 1883. 150-52
Assessment for tie Clause of Grafle on
Office of the Boahd of Public Wokks, )
City. or St . Paul, Minn., May 29, 1883. )
' The Board of Public Works in and for the cor
poration of the city of St. Paul, Minn., will meet
at their office in said city, at 2:30 p. m., en the
15th day of June, A. D. 1888, to make
an assessment of benefits, damages costs ' and
expenses arising from a change of grade on
Bice street, from Bianca street to Sycamore street
in said city, on the property on the line of said
nice street, between Bianea street and the north
city limits, and such other property on either
hide of said Rice street, north of the St. Paul
Minneapolis ami Manitoba Railroad company,
as may be deemed benefited or damaged thereby.
All persons interested are hereby notified to be
present at said time and place of making said
assessment, and will be heard.
JOHN FARRINGTON, President.
Official : It. L . Gobman,
Clerk Board of Public Works . 15 '-52
H. C. BOTT,
Wdtcliss, Glo ks ana Jewelry.
IIEPAIRINO A SPECIALTY.
CS4 Jatksoa Street, . -.-.;.. St. Paul, Minn.
Styles it will Please Yon, Prices it. will Attract Yon
garments that ffill Fit Ton!
The following Lots are unmistakably Bargains: Lot 4376 at 08.00:
Lot 4350 at |$6. 00; Lot 4361 at 86.00. These are the remainder of
the Six Dollar Suits that sold so rapidly a few weeks ago. They are
all-wool dark and light-mixed goods.
Lot 4326 at $9.00; Lot $3863 at $9.00. These are Scotch goods, in
checks and stripes and fine mixtures, and are worth $12 a suit.
Lot 4329 at $10.00. This is an elegant dark-mixed Cheviot, very
handsome and stylish looking,
Lot 1564 at $12.00; Lot 1963 at $12.00. The two lots above are
equal to the usual $20 suit. They are fine dark Cassimeres, in olive
and brown shades. They are of excellent quality and are decided
If Yon fli Not Get Tta Bargains it is Yonr Oi l Fault!
Send your measure and we will send any one of these suits to
any part of the country, C. O. D.
: 91 East Third Street.
AND TELBGRAPHIO INSTITUTE,
Has long since eetablishod its ciaimo to public favor and has now entered upon lea loth year une«
the most favorable auepices. Send for catalogue giving full particulars. Cor. 3d and Suekma
____ - _______^ W. A. FAI>PTS ■ Principal.
MiewlflW liy iistsjiiJest in i f oil
I know of none superior to tho Weber and none that can com
pete with them for durability.— Teresa Carreno.
The tone of the Weber Piano is so sweet, rich and sympathetic,
yet so full, that I shall always rank you as the greatest manufac
turer of the — Emma Thursby.
Weber Pianos excel all others in volume of tone and in power
of expression.— S. Liebling.
There are no Pianos in the world that sustain the voice like the
Weber. — Emma Abbott.
R. C. MUNG-SR, Agent, St. Paul.
Send for Catalogues.
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LIQUOKS AND WINES.
H W ITIII i) £\&% WHOLESALE
We have the control in this market of the unrivalled O. F. C, the Hume and Cryetal Spring
Whiskies, and are handling ttie W. H. Mcßrayer's and Nelson Whiskies and Gu:k nheimer Rye.
19& East Third Street, ------ St. Paul, Minn
WHOLESALE DRY GOODS.
AUERBACH, ■ f INCH & VAN SLICK.
Till Otjlj Hint if toils House in m fetiiwg.
Corm->('-U'f* with, t7s.f> lifwJteffi of Wp-w YV»«*t anrf, Chicago
IMPOKTERB & WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
68 and 70 Biblsy Street. Corner Fifth, - St. Paul, Minn
FAIRBANKS li ECLIPSE
S .A 1.. i£ S ! j,W 1 DM I X, S.
FAIBB&3KS, mm & GO., • 371 & 373 »y Street
iIUW 1 II & f (SST 3fl Mw sw
BOOT AND SHOD! DBAXKRe.
SPRING STYLES OF SHOES.
SCfILIEK & CO., - - 89 E. THIRD STREET.
THE LEADING SHOE HOUSE OF ST. PAUL.
The Only Complete Stock of Spring and Summer Styles of Boots,
Shoes and Slippers in the West.
Sola Agency for DUET'S, Gray's, Baynold'e, and many other leading makes. One price to all.
The firm of Dreis & Mitsch haring been dia.solT«l
P. J. DREIB
Has established himealf in business
ujinijiirllrlin U£>l, rhino, oiiiiihhi
Where will be found the finest and best of
Drugs, Perfumery, Toilet Articles, Patent Modi
din«G, etc. Ajeo all kinds of Garden end
Flower seed 3.
Notice is hereby given, that under and pursuant
to an order of license to sell the same, dated and
issued to mo, on the 27th day of April, A, D. 1883,
in the matter of the estate of Maria L. Pottgieser,
deceased, by the probate court of Ramsey county,
Minnesota, I will sell at public auction, to the high
est bidder therefor for cash, at |the'< front door of
the old Court House in St. Paul, in Ramsey county,
Minnesota, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, on the
20th day of June, A. D. 1883, the following described
real estate, situated in said Ramsey county, Minne
sota: The south half of the south two-thirds of lots
eleven (11) and twelve (12), in block twenty-one
(21) of St Paul Proper, being fifty (60) feet on
Wabashaw ssreet, by one hundred (100) feet on
Fourth street, according to the recorded plat there
of on record in the office of the Register of Deeds
of said county of Ramsey, and the buildings there
on. - ANDREW R. KIEFER,
Administrator of the estate of Maria L, Pottgieser,
HEALTH IS WEALTH
Dr. E. C. West's noire and brain treatment, a
specific for hysteria, dizziness, convulsions,
nervous headache, mental depression, loss of
memory, premature old age, caused by over
exertion or over-indulgence, which leads to mis
ery, decay and death. One box will cure reoen.'
cases. Each box contains one month's treat
i ment. One, dollar a box or six boxes for d 7
dollars, sent by mail prepaid on receipt of pries
We guarantee six boxes to cure any case. Will
each order received by us for six boxes, accom
panied with rive dollars, we will s■> id the pur
chaser our written guarantee to re*ur ■ the money
if the treatment does not effect r 'are. Guar
j antees issued only by Lambie & • Co., cornm
i Third and Wabashavr streets, ' dt. Paul, Minn.
1 Ord»"8 bj nuril promptly p.ttoadud to.
MRS. GOUGE ON,
Room 1, Presley BlocE:, St. Paul, Mian.
Mrs. Gougeon haa met with euoh wonderful
eucooes in St. Paul and Minneapolis, that her
treatment is the subject of general remark.
Dandruff cured by or.c application. Hair prol
duoed on bald heads of yoaw stan ling. Her
skill is remarkable. Best of references and cer
tificates produced. jgj
[Dobbins 1 Starch Polish.!
which ; every
give their lin
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tifol finish pe
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