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DAILY WKA'aHKR BULLETIN.
Office Chief Signal Officee,
Wasftnotoh, i). C, Aug. 13, 9:56 p. m.
Observations taken at the Game moment of
i ma at all stations.
UPPER MISSISSIPPI VAIXEY.
Par. Ther. Wind. Weather.
St. Pan! 30.17 59 E Clear.
Bt. Louis 30.10 72 NE Cld'y.
It Crosse 30-18 63 E Cl'dy.
Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather.
Bismarck 80.02 66 . SE Cld'y
Fort Garrv...... 30.12 56 SW Fair.
Minnedosa 30.00 55 S Fair.
Moorhead 80.18 55 SE Clear.
Bt.; "Vincent 30 12 54 SE Clear.
NOBTHEBN BOCK* MOUNTAIN SLOPE.
Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather.
Fort Buford 29.97 65 SE Thr St'm.
Huron 80.06 60 SE Cloudy.
Quapella... 29.83 66 8 Thr St'm.
Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather.
Chicago 80.20 59 NE Clear.
Dulutn 30.23 54 N Clear.
B«r. Thar. Wind. Weather.
Leaven worth 30.09 72 E Clerr.
Omaha 30.10 68 SE Cl'dy.
MIDDLE EASTERN EOCKY MOUNTAIN SLOPE.
Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather.
Denver 75 8 Clear.
DAILY LOCAL MXAltf.
Bar. Ther. Dew Point, WinJ. Weather.
30.183 60.0 49. SE Fair.
Amount of rainfall, . . ; maximum thermom
eter, 70; minimum thermometer, 53; daily
range, 17. .
Blver, observed height, 2 feet 11 inches; rise in
tho last 24 hours, 2 inches.
Barometer corrected for temperature
P. F. Lyons,
Sergeant Signal Corps, U. S. A.
An adjourned meeting of the board of
education will be held this evening at
8 p. m.
Justice ffm. Mitchell, of the supreme
court, is spending a few weeks at Lenox
cottage Asbury Park, N, J.
Two back pension allowances were re
ceived by the adjutant general yesterday,
amounting in total to $1,600.
The annual meet of the Minnesota
State Turn Fest will take place at New
Ulm, commencing next Thursday.
Chief Black, of the fire department, sent
a steamer to the \Ve3tern avenue cistern
yesterday, which was pumped out.
Judge Simons on yesterday discharged
the ordor to show cause in the case of
Andrew Ran against George Schuckling.
Henry S. Gage and wife have adopted
Maud Pleas, a one year old child, and its
name has been changed to Maud Gage by
order of Judge Brill.
The Grant county bank, at Herman, was
organized under the state law yesterday,
with a capital of $25,000, of which E. W.
Snjder is cashier.
A decision was rendered by Judge Brill
yesterday in the case of John Warm against
Geo.jL. Farwell et al. in which judgement
is ordered for $3GO in favor of the plain
The oldest inhabitant buttons his spring
overcoat close under his chin and remarks
that this is the coldest August that he re
members since he stuck stakes in Minne
A special meeting of the city council
will be held to-night, the object being to
consider the petition of citizens residing
on Dayton bluff for the grading of Fourth
Hon. W. F. Sargeant, Albert Lea, state
penator from Freeborn county, is in the
city with headquarters at the Clarendon,
headed for a trip over the Northern
Oa and after the first proximo, postal
cars on the Chicago, Milwaukee and St ..
Paul railway will run through from Chi
cago to St. Paul without change of car
or agents at La Crosse, as has been done
A St. Paul builder took the cake for
building the viaduct over the Duluth rail
road t.t Seventh street, in the contract
bidding before the bosird of public weeks
yesterday. The work is of a nmgiiitude
which attracted the alteution of master
masons from other cities.
The matinee performance at Hall's cir
cus and museum, Eighth and Jackson
streets, yesterday afternoon, was attended
by a large and delighted audience. The
net proceeds amounting to $4">,contributed
to the House of the Good Shepherd. Man
ager Hall is giving the public a first class
entertainment, and it is deserving of good
Secretary of the Treasury Folger is the
owner of landed property in the town of
Worthington, in the southern portion of
this state, and ran up from lowa to pay
that locality a visit last week. While there
he elevated the spines of the southern Min
nesotians by purchasing $2,000 of Worth
ington local school bonds, at 5 per cent,
premium, which will add a nice little 7 per
cent, to his private accounts.
The German Roman Catholic St. John's
Benevolent society, of South Minneapolis,
fiiod articles of incorporation with the
secretary of state yesterday. The mem
bership fee is S3, w.th a fifty cent annual
assessment. One of its principal objects
is to bury the dead of its membership and
to assist their widows and orphans. The
incorporators are Joseph Holscher, Peter
Wenoidy, Peter Hartogh and S. Geo.
A desperate encounter took place about
10 o'clock last night between Oiiicer Sulli
van and a drunken S.Tfciie named
Ole Johnson, whom the officer uuoertook
to arrest. The prisoner resisted and
fought the officer, kicking him in the limbs
so as to inflict painful injuries. During
the melee Johnson received a blow with a
club which laid hi* head open. He was
brought to the city hall and the wound
was dressed by Dr. Wheaton, after which
he was conveyed home.
Mr. S. S. Watkins, superintendent of
the Minnesota state fish hatchery, returned
from a visit at Farmington on Saturday.
While there he saw caught from the Ver
rnellon river a trout weighing two and a
half pounds, and of the age of three years.
He was told that during the week sixty fish
of that species had been caught at that
point weighing from one-fourth to two
and a half pounds each. Trout had never
been seen in the Vermilion river until
planted there three years ago by the Min
nesota Fioh commission.
There was a hearing before Gov. Hub
&*r.i yesterday in the matter of a petition
-for pardon of L. Brinn, serving sentence
at Stillwater for fraudulent transactions in
.railroad tickets of the St, Paul, Minneap
olis & Manitoba Railway company. At
torneys R. B. Galusha and C. D. O'Brien
represented the load at this hearing, and |
J. W. Mason, Esq., of Fergus Falls,}
appeared for Brinn. The meeticg was not j
■open to the press, but it is understood the j
.governor took the matter under considera
tion s.ud reserved his decision.
The Chicago Ideal Opera company ob
ji.;a.ed daring their stay here two valuable
• acquisitions to their company, and while
they reflf ct credit upon the musical talent
of our city, they cannot fail to relied cred
it upon the admirable organization they
have joined. Allusion is made to the bril
liant young soprano, Miss May Dougherty,
who id btudymg for tome of the leading
roles in a few of the most popular operas,
and Mr. *. C. Connors, a baritone singer
of fine promise, and who has already won
for himself an enviable reputation. In
the professional career on which they have
entered they have the best wishes for suc
cess of 'a host of true and warm hearted
T. M. Grant. Ortonville, is at the Wind
E. H. Morse, St. Cloud, is at the Wind
F. B. Pratt, Gratd Forks, D. T., is at the
A. L. Mills, First U. S. cavalry, is at the
Lt. Gov. C. A. Gilman, St. Cloud, i 3 at
Bishop Whipple, Faribault, was in the
C. W. Mason, a leading lawyer of Fergus
Falls, is at the Merchants.
Representative Marcus? Johnson, At
water, is at the Merchants.
Col. W. M. Crooks is home from a busi
ness trip to New York city .
Messrs. James B. Close and S. H. Graves,
Sibley, la., are at the Metropolitan. " ■ .
C. C. Smith, La Crosse, Wis., the well
known railroad conductor, is at the Mer
C. A. Stevens, editor of the Shakopee
Courier, was in the city yesterday purchas
Hon. A . A. Brown, Alexandria, is at the
Merchant? on his return from a trip up the
B. H. Langley, agent of the Chicago,
Milwaukee & St. Paul railway at Winona,
is at the Merchants.
E, B. Welch, Henderson ; John H. Frank,
Aberdeen, D. T.; A. H. Cranweil, Fargo,
are at the Merchants.
Mrs. L. Bauman, of Rochester, N. V., is
on a visit to her brother, John Matheis,
the extensive carpet dealer, East Third
E. J. Palmer, Ashland, Wis., W. H. Cor
son, Sioux Falls, C. J. C. Ball, Le Mars,and
L. E. Elder, Grand Forks, are at the Met
C. E. Rollins, general western agent of
the Monarch line of ocean steamers, head
quarters Chicago, is in the city on a
Hon. J. B. Wakefield, Blue Earth City,
and Major H. B . Strait, Shakopee, mem
bers of congress from the second and third
districts, respectively, were among the ar
rivals at the Merchants yesterday.
Mr. Frank Hoffman, father-in-law of
Frank Danz, Jr., and a well to do builder
of New York city, has removed with his
family to St. Paul, where he is to make
his home in the future.
Mr. H. B. Dorimer, of Springfield, 111.,
private secretary of Gov. J. M. Hamilton,
of that state, called on Mayor O'Brien
yesterday. In the afternoon he was taken
in oharge by Secretary Armstrong, who
extended the courtesies of the city in the
happy manner for which he is noted.
Col. W. S. Johnson, '"mine host" of the
C. AT. & St. Paul R. R. eating house at
Milwaukee, is visiting St. Paul, his former
home, with headquarters at the Merchants.
Yesterday afternoon he wa3 given a ride
about the city by Samuel Sloan, Esq., and
to say that he was surprised at its rapid
growth, evidences of which confronted
him in every direction, is putting it very
Judge J. G. Knapp, Florida; Judge
Warren Higley and Hon Adolph Lene,
Cincinnati; Hon. F. B. Hougb, Ljwville,
N. V.; Hon. M. H. Eggleston, Washington,
D. C, and J. Stewart Thane, Esq., Ottawa,
Canada, gentlemen of the American For
estry association recently in session in this
city, and who accepted the invitation of
the Northern Pacific railroad for a trip
over their line, returned to the city last
evening and have apartments at the Wind
sor. The gentlemen report a very enjoy
able trip, and return with greatly enlarged
ideas as to area and resources of the new
Now for Talma* e '.
"Big Blunders" at Market hull Wednesday
Want, of Frith.
A. P. Wilkes, B. & E. Zimmerman and E.
Stioile, the druggists, have such faith in Dr. Eo
sanko's Cough and Lung Syrup us a remedy for
coughs, colds, consumption and lung affections,
that he will give a bottle free to all .
The Great Western Band
Will give a grand concert at Grote's Tivoli to:
I say so here, I say so there,
I say so all around ;
Allen's Iron Tonic Bitters,
Is the best ever found.
Try it, and be convinced. All genune bear
the signature of J. P. Allen, druggist, Si. Paul,
Don't forget the auction sale of elegant marble
and alabaster art goods, at 24 East Third 6treet,
to-day, 2 p. m.
Concerning imported Clears.
Competent judges upon all sides declare the
Seal Skin Cigar to be equal if not superior to
the best imported cigars .
Warranted free from scent or flavor produced
by drugs. Beaupre, Keoh & Co.. igonts.
Mr. l>utcher's Birthday.
Monday, August 13, Mr. H. B. Dutcher,
agent of the local freight department of
the Chicago, Milwaukee k, St. Paul rail
road, reached his forty-third birthday.
The employes of the department of which
Mr. Dutcher is chief, did themselves the
pleasure cf presenting him with a hand
some silver water pitcher and gob
let to match in honor of that
event, as a tribute to his worth and a
token of their respect aud esteem. The
presentation was asuprise to this esteemed
gentleman, but nevertheless he had the
self-command to make appropriate re
sponse for the good will which his associ
ates and co-workers were pleased to mani
fest for him. The gift was a graceful act,
and the spirit which prompted it more
Rev. T. r»e Witt Taliuage,
The eccentric preacher and orator, will be heard
for the first time in St. Paul on Wednesday even
Don't forget the auction sale of elegant marble
and alabaster art goods, at 24 East Third stree ,
to-day, 2 p. m.
Orowds are Thronging to Hear Tnlmage,
The great Brooklyn lecturer, o.i his first tour
in the Northwest.
Concert at the Athenaeum.
Last evening the Germans gave an ex
ceedingly pleasant entertainment consist-
mg of a vocal and instrumental concert,
a comedy, and subsequently a ball. The
object in view in giving it was to raise a
fund for the purpose of aiding the active
members of the German society who go
over to Stillwater id the early part of Sep
tember. Seibert's orchestra fur
nished the instrumental music
for the occasion which included
the overture of Martha, by Fiotow, and La
Vestale by Mercadante. The Maenner
chor gave two selection?, both of which
were rendered in a very satis f.-ictory man
r.er, which showed that professor Kerker
is doing good work with this organization.
THE ST. PAUL DAILY GLOBE, TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 14. 1883.
One of the charms of the evening though
was the vocalization of Miss Schonarth .
Her voice secnm to strengthen up all the
time and improve. Following the
concert part a three act t oi^ody
entitled "His Neighbor's Wife" was given.
This is a new comedy in three acts by
■Julias Rosen, and is a remarkably fine one,
neat, light and clean. After the comedy
was finished the floor was cleared off and
the grand march annonnced that dancing
wonld commence immediately. The occa
sion was a very pleasant one indeed, and it
is to be hoped that this pleasing comedy
will be again presented in St. Paul.
Everybody Knows It.
When you have the itch, salt rheum, gills, or
skin eruptions of any kind, and the piles, that
you know without being told of it, A. P. Wilkes,
B . & E. Zimmerman and £. Stierle, the drug
pist*, will 6ell you Dr. Bosanko's Pile Remedy
for 50 conts, which affords immediate relief, a
"For sparkling wit, plain common sense, deep
patho-, keen satire, and useful suggestion, the
lecture was unsurpassed." So says the Philadel
phia Inquirer of Dr. Talmage's lecture. Don't
fail to hear the great pulpit orator of the age on
Wednesday evening next .
J. P. Gribbon has removed hie lumber office
from corner Ninth and Jackson streets to 194
East Seventh street, two doors west of the Peo
ple's bank. __^
We have the beet bargains in unimproved
business property, between JacVson and Cedar,
and Fourth and Seventh streets.
A.E. CLABK& CO.,
315 Jackson street.
The Great fP»storn band will give a grand con
cert to-night at Grote's TivoUV
Reed what the Boston Traveller says of Tal
mage: "The listeners were kept in good humor
and perpetual laughter from beginning to the
peroration, which latter was a most sublime and
soul-stirring conception of the author, and de
livared in oratory of surpassing eloquence."
Secure your seat 6 to-day at Dyer & Howard's.
This powder never varies. A marvel of puri
ty, strength and wholesomeneee . More economi
cal than tWe ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold
in competition with the multitudes of low test,
short weight, alum or phosphate powders. Sold
only in cans. Royal Bakino Powdeb Co., 10P
Wall street, New York.
BASH. ELI'S *c.
(Incorporated), Manufacturers of
Doors, M t BUS, &c,
Hard Wood Finish a Specialty,
Offices at corner Eighth and Jackson snda
Seven Corners tvl Kastle street ,
DIAMOND JO MB STEAMERS.
For Winona, La Cross.;, Dubuque, Rock Island,
Burlington, Kauknk, Qnincy, St.- Louis
and all Intermediate Points.
J. he elegant, popular and fast electric light pas
■ • senger steamer
Wm, Boland, Master, Chas. Mather, Clerk
May, Attest 14,. at 6 o'clock, P.M.
Through tickets to Chicago and all points to
East, West and South, by river and rail. The
cheapest and best route. The only boats com
pletely fitted with wire screens, fly and mosquito
proof. ; A. G. LONG, Agent.
Office and dock foot of Sibley st.
Minneapolis office— "Kimball's," 16 Washing
Steamer Libbie Conger follows Thurs Jay, 16th
ST. LOUIS & ST. PAUL PACKET CO,
Side-Wheel Steamers, Equipped with Elec
• REFITTED AM REFIMISHED.
For Winoua, La Crosse, Dubuque, Clinton
Rock Island, Davenport, Muscatine, Bur
lington, Keokuk, Quincy, Haunibal, St.
Louis, and all intermediate points.
. .-; STEAMER -'^ •? •■-"•• j : :
T. L. DAVIDSON, Master, .-..-■ '
„ u'^";; ./;' ;:;; ' 8. GRINNELL, Clerk.
.\' "' Leaves St. Paul, ■*M ; <' \
Weteiay,inestls.lOo A, ft
' Through tickets by river and rail for sale to
all points East and South. s • ■.;
• . . A. DELANY, Agent, j ■'■_
Levee and Jackson Street.
City Ticket office. 334 Jackson street.
will discontinue the morning rnn and lea re at
2p. m. Returning, le3"e the Falls at 4:45 p.m.,
arriving Rt St. Paul at 6:30 p. m. Evening ex
cursions every night, weather permitting. For
apecial excursions or private parties, call on or
address bEO. H. HAZZARD,
170 East Third Street.
Boat lands at Fort Snelling going up and corn
105 Acres in Northwestern part of the city,
known as Hyde Park additi'n. Street cars
within three quarters of a mile of the tract aud
likely soon to be extended through it. Worthy
the consideration of capitalists. Have recently
sold two blocks, will sell as a whole or in small
A block in Summit Park addition .
The Lockwood addition, consisting of four
blocks north of the Nehon Lumber Company,
between Arcade and Forest streets. The latter
will soon be graded to Seventh street. Will sell
An eligible corner on Marshall avenue.
A beautiful lot on Dayton avenue fronting
south and near street cars .
Lots in Asylum addition, Fort street.
A fire lot on Burr street.
The most elegant residence in the city, on the
Fifty feet on Sixth street.
One hundred feet on Third street.
One of the best corners on Fourth street.
Fifty feet on Robert, near Sixth street.
Improve^ businees property on Third street,
and on Seventh street.
Other properties too numerous to mention in
six inches of space.
FOR RENT— Store No. 566 Broadway,
Money to Loan on improvel city property.
176 East TliM street
S. LEE DAVIS,
nodi Estate dull Mortme Loans.
860 Jackson Street, St. Paul, Mian.
Investments made and taxes paid for nor
FOR SALE — Jackson street property, special
bargain, 100x150 feet, at the corner of Jack
son and Twelfth streets, for sale by 8. Lee Davis,
60 Jackso a street . ltO*
354 Jackson Street, St. Paul.
Houses, Lots. Blocks. Acres & Business Property
REAL ESTATE, and ,
So. .18 West Third street, (Bridge Square.)
Houses and vacant lots for sale. Money to loan.
Titles examined. 199
HEZEKIAH HALL. B. F. HALL.
Corner Third and Rober Streets, in the Saving
ST. PAUL. *- - MINN.
*^~ R. W. JOHNSON,
Seal Estate Agent,
Mannheimer Block, Room 11.
ST. PAUL, r - - - MINN.
TEEPLE & HOSKEN,
Real Estateand Loan Brokers
No. 63 East Third Street.
ST. PAUL, - - - MINN.
FMKLIN MACHINE WORKS
ROBERT SIGEL, Proprietor,
Manufacturer of Pulleys and Mill Machinery.
Special attention given to Repairing Steam
Engines, Pumps, etc.
Corner Socth and Cedar streets,
ST. PAUL, MINN. 8113
School of the Good Shepherd,
Corner of Twelfth and Cedar streets.
to William C. Pone, M. A M Principal
SIX EXPERIENCED TEACHERS.
Send for circular. 219-3taw-4w
DUKE F. SMITH
Pupil of the eminent pianist and teacher, S.
B. Mills, of New York, and for several years a
teacher in well known educational institutions,
and of private classes, most respectfully tenders
his services to those desiring a thoroughly com
petent, experienced and conscientious teacher.
Twenty lessons (one hour) $40 00
Twenty lessons, (half hour) 25 O'J
Orders may be left at my studio, over R . 0.
Munger'B music stire, 107 E, Third street. 206
TO COHTBACTOHS !
Proposals for Patrol Stable.
CityClebVs Office, )
Saist Paul, August 10, 18e3. J
Sealed proposals marked "Proposals for Sta
ble," will be received at this office, until Tuesday,
the 21st day of August. A. D. 1883, at 3 o'clock
p. m., for furnishing the necessary materials for
and the construction of a stable for the police
patrol service, in the rear of the city hall build
ing, in accordance with plans and specifications
therefor on file in this office.
A bond in 20 per cent, of the aggregate amount
of the proposal must accompany each proposal.
The Common Council reserves the right to re
ject any and cII bids .
By order of Common Council.
THOS. A. FRENDEBGAST,
223-233 City Clerk.
TTTT ANTED— Situation in some store or office
v » by a young man who is a good penman.
Good rjferenc s. Address Joseph Hahan, 563
St. Peter street. 222-28
ANTED — A situation to take care of horse
and do general work. Address C. E.,
Globe office. 5y, ; :; 221-227
ANTED — young man for dining room
" work. St. Pa 1 Exchange restaurant,
335 Jackson 6treet. 226-32
A YOUNG man to take care of horses and do
aX chores around the house. Apply at No
14 West Fourth street. ** 220*
rpiNNERS wanted at 506 St. Peter street.
WANTED -Experienced Feed boy for cylin
der press. Apply to-day at Globe count
WANTED— Two first-class plumbers, at
*▼ Kenny & Hudner'e, 118 and 120, West
Third street, St. Pau.. 122*
W r ANTED — Two girls for dining room work,
»» 355 Jackson street, St. Paul >xchange
restaurant. _^ 226 232
TT7 ANTED— Experienced girls, cook and sec
y » ocd girl to work in first class fami ice,
good wages.- German Intelligence office, 129
Eighth street. . .., 228-29
TTTT ANTED— A girl for light work in small
'» . family. Apply at 345 Rice street, corner
of Rondo. \ > 222 f
~. ~_ TO BENT
TO LET— A bas ment, well ventilated and
lighted. Bridge square." Apply to P. De
Rochebrune, No. 6 West Third street. 223*
OFFICES to rent in Presley block, cheap. Jno. "
VJ M.' Lynch, Presley b ock. 223-227
L"OR RENT— The second story cf the build
" ing No. 155 West Third street; also a large
house on Franklin street, near Third street.
John Kelliher, 28 East Third street. 217*
t^OR RENT— store in West St. Paul,
M. suitable for any kind of business. Can be
used for boarding house if desired. Corner
Sixth street and Dakota avenue. 212*
FOR RENT — store on corner Rice street
and Como avenue. Also, a house of seven
rooms. Inquire of J. Cunniff, on premises.
FOR RENT— Pleasant furnished room, with
or without board. Inquire at 37 Union
street, Dayton's Bluff. 224 26
OR RENT— Pleasant furnished front room,
201 East Thirteer th street . 220-226
A NICELY furnished front room on first floor,
■with porch and shade trees on Sixth, be
tween Minnesota and Robert. Inquire at No.
100 East Sixth street. 209*
FOR RENT— Four rooms, kitchen, closet and
pantry, over store S7B Dayton avenue. In
quire at store. 195*
I^OR RENT — new houses or seven rooms,
JT cellar, cistern, and wo« dshed, on Fourth
street, near Maria avenue. Inquire of C . Casey,
nest door, No. 698 222
rpo RENT— House of six rooms on Ohio
JL street. Inquire of P. R. McDonnell, grocer,
corner George and Ohio streets, Sixth ward.
FOR RENT— Two new houses on Selby ave
nue, near Western, with all modern im
provements, plyto J. G. Donnelly, opposite
post-office. ' 203*
OR RENT- Houses from £(? to $12 per
month. James billon, 235 Commercial
street. __ 188*
T^OR RENT— The Weber residence at White
I Bear Lake, furnished or unfurnished. Ap
ply at Ramaley's Pavilion, Cottage Park station,
White Bear lak-». 18j«*
FOR RENT -A house. Inquire at 49 West
Fourth street. 179*
FOR SALE. ~~
FOR SALE — Horse and bug-y. Can be
bought cheap. Inquire at 559 Rico street.
FOR SALE — t-sory brick housa and cor-
JL ■ ncr lot, on Univeisity avenue; a go..d busi
ness location. Enquire 3iß University avenue.
FOR SALE— I4x24 stationary engine. Has
been us^d one year in my planning mill,
and ii as good as new. J. P. Gribbe 1 , 194 i ast
Seventh street. 222-28
FOR SALE— Best made Refrigerators, $10.
Best Ice Chests. $7. Stees Brothers. 105*
FOR SALE— I 2 lots. Wes^ St. Paul. P. De
Rochebrune, No. 6 West Third street. 223*
■jT^OR SALE— The following desirable lots: 2
J? lots corner Pleasant avenue and Sixth street;
2 lots on Rice street, between Iclehart and Til-
ton streets; 10 1 ts : n Irvine's Second addition,
fronting on Seventh street, (end of bridge); 12
lots in Irvine's addition to West St. Paul; also,
a well esta 1 lished paying business. Apply to
George W. Turnbull, 343 Exchange street, city:
FOR SALE OR RENT— IOS acres, one mile
from postoffice; best stone quarry in Rice
county. I furnish all stone for state institu
tions, Shattuck schools, St. Mary* Hall and all
public buildings, located hero patent lime kilo,
four dwellings, one st ne, one frame barn, one
st ne barn connected w th blacksmith shop, Ptc.
Twent\ -five acres, sontaining the quarry and im
prov ments, will be sold or rentod separately, if
desired. I eason for Belling— old age and poor
he ilth. Apply t » Philip Cromor, Faribault,
LOTS and money to buiJd on monthly pay
ments. 'Pioneer Building Society, 356
jßckson street. 126*
I IST your property for salo and orders for
U purchases with Geo. H. Hazzard, Real
Estate and Loan Agent, 170 East Third street,
St. Paul. R'f
LOST A XI) lO USD.
LOST— On Sunday, August 12th, on the Litt'e
Canada re ad, a jellow tan pup, stub tail.
Anyone returning the same to 145 East Seventh
street, will i c liberally awarded. 226-31
f"l f\ REWARDTor~the return of a pointer
±\J dog, had collar on markod J. 8. Dilley,
. 2, to J. T. McMillan, corner Eighth ai;d
Minnesota treots. 226
WILL loan upon or buy Life Ins. Policies
» » T.. P. Van Norman «iiO JaHrgnr.. M
f$ PER CENT . money for first-class improved
■k business property. Loans alao placed at
II lowest rates on improved residence property.
. Graves. & Vinton, Drake block . 205-34
--. : ■-, MUSICAL.
1 f\ f\ f\ pieces Sheet Music at 5 cents «ach
JLU * ' U for sale by M. C . Thayer, 418 Waba
shaw street, St. Paul and 3i2 Nicollet avenue
Minneapolis. : Sand postage stamps for cat a
logue. ' ' - -IS? 1
V¥7 ANTED— To trade a Chamberlain top bng-
V? gy for a good buggy horse. Buggy can
be seen in rear of postoiE.ce. Inquire at Ben
Votel's. ' 226-232
Flour and Saw Hill
OB BENT, ON EASY TERMS,
In the finest location in the Red Rivor Valloy, i 9
a new mill with splendid reputation, and snr
rounded by an abundance of timber I>len in
inquiring, apply to
09satfctu3w Turtle Rivor, D. T
We are not giving Clothing away, but wo are giving away our
profits on Summer Goods, so as to close them out before the hot
weather is over. We want no old goods on hand when our
Fall Stock comes in, and have therefore marked goods at less
than cost. We mean what we say, and you will admit it your
self, if you call and examine the goods.
Ml I IM dKVo..
91 EAST THIRD BT.
AND TELEGRAPHIC INSTITUTE,
Has loog BiEce established its claims to public faror and has now entered upon Its 18th year an**
the most favorable auspices. Send for catalogue giving fall particulars. Cor. 8d and J&cksos.
W. A. FADDIS Principal.
itWiieS ir Mils lit Best ii lls lirli.
I know of none superior to the Weber and none that can com
pote 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 day.— 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. O. MUNG-ER, Agent, St. Paul.
Bend for Catalogues.
FAIRBANKS' j EOLIPcSE
STANDARD j SELF-REGULATING ,
SCALE6I WIND MILLS.
f Amu Musi CO., • 371 & 373 Sifcflfel
WHOLESALE DRY GOODS.
AOEIBAOJH, FINCH & VAN BIRK.
T»« Bilj Mm Dr? Goods Hssss ii IDs Narfiiisl
C*vmjHPt»« *rtth th*> Mii*k*ta of New Yo*k <t»<l Chtwr - •
BOW \SD QHOS D£A-L.£K» • ..
SPRING STYLES OF SHOES.
SCHLIEK & CO., ■ ~ 89 E. THIRD STREET.
THE LEADING SHOE HOUSE OP ST. PAUL.
The Only Complete Stock of Spring and Summer Styles of Boots,
Shoes and Slippers in the West.
Sole Agency for HURT'S, Gray's, Eayrtold'e, and many other leading makes. One price to all.
it* l l ill 1 IF 0 Sf 1f& 1117 30 m lWd utfee
pUiii.j^ll ft> Ifiillill, st Pal Mini.
NO YES BROS. & CUTLER,
IMPOUTERB & WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
6S and 70 Bibley Street, Corner Fifth, - - - St. JPaut, Minn
KA VA XAGH 'B A VCTIOX .
/'I OOD HOUSE AND THREE LOTS on the
\jr West Side, at auction. — I wi 1 sell at auc
tion Thursday, August 80th, on the premises,
corner Louisa street and Hall avenue, Lots 6, 7
and 8, of block 104, of West St. Paul Proper,
together with a good house cf 8 room=, good
cellar, and large cistern, location high and t-ight
ly, each lot 50x150 feet. Terms, very libera*,
and made known on day of sile.
P. T. KAYANAGH,
F^INE FURNITURE, ETC., AT AUCTION—
I Will sell fit auction, ou tne premises, all
the furniture in the residence of C. B Newcomb,
Esq., No. 148 Nina avenue, on Tuesday, August
21, at 10 o'clock a. in. The furniture is all of
the better cla.-s, ar>cl consists in part of one ele
gant parlor s-uite, fiv^ pieces upholstered in old
gold silk; one library suit, five pieces, uphol
stered in crimson ep: one very fine c-steus-ion
table, black walnut, Eastlake ; style; fine black
walnut dinir.g chairs, upholstered in leather;
black walnut sideboard, two fine book cases,
movable shelves, two fine bedroom suits made to
orrler, marble top; one very fine mantel clock,
manufactured by Caldweil & Co., of Philadel
phia; oce very tine reclining library chair, up
holstered in leather; porch chairs, bedroom
kitchen and diningroom furniture, fine hair mat
tresses, pillows, ebony tables, center tables,
marble top fine office desk, library tables, carpets,
etc., and in fact everything apper aining to the
furniture of a house of the better tirade. All
goodb must be removed on day o f sale.
P. T. KAVANAGH,
SPECIAL FINE AKT SALE—I will sell at
auction, at the store No, 24 East Third street,
commencing on Tuesday, August 14, at 2 o'clock
p. m., a very fine collection of Italian marble
and alabaster works of art, consisting of a great
variety of Roman, Grecian, Etruscan, Hebe,
Pompeiian and Venetian vases and urns, fruit
stands, card receivers, jewelry boxes, animals,
and paper weights of different sizes and patterns,
also verde antique marble animals and figures,
alabaster groups and statuettes, Florentine Mo
saic inlaid center tables with marble stand, and
many more ornaments suitable to adorn parlors,
churches, saloons, etc . Every article warranted
to be cut from a quarried stone acd executed by
the most prominent artists in Florence, Italy.
P. T. KAVANAGH,
f\ iy LOTS AT AUCTION— I will sell at auc
\j£ tion on the premises on Wednesday, Aug
ust 15. the whole of J . F . Eisenmenger's Second
addition to ht. Parti. Th's addition immediately
adj»ins Kittsondale and is distant but a few
blocks from the Union Park depot of the C. M.
t*t. P. & 11 railroad, giving hourly communica
tion with both St. Paul and Minneapolis, thus
makicg it the most desirable suburban property
to be four. 1 rear either city, being bur fifteen
minutes ride from the Union depots of each.
Tue property lies well and is adnrrably adapted
f')~ residences of people of moderate means.
Terms very liberal and made known on day of
P. T. KAVANAGH,
219-227 Auctioneer. *
China and Japan Tea Store.
19 E, Seventh st., beMWabas!iaw& Cedar.
I respectfully notify the citizens of St. Paul
that I have opened a new Tea Storn, which will
be stocked with the purest and f re.srnst brands
of China and Japan Teas, received direct from
my brother's establishment in China. I will
have also a fall line of Chinese Cu-ionties for
sale. Prices the lowest for pore teas. TAM.
d. FUNG, No. 19 East Seventh street.
THE CANTON TF.X CO.
The firm of Dreis & Hitsch having beer, dissol ye 1
P. J. DRSIS
Has established himself in business
oUKoliiulUiua SoLriilDa fcuih;lo
Where will be found the finest and best of
Drugs, Perfumery, Toilet Articles, Patent Medi
cines, etc. Also, all kinds of Garden and Flower
PBESCBIPTIONS A SPECIALTY
Goal and Iron Co.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Coal, Wool, Goßb aniPiglroa
T. D. BABTON, AGENT,
854 Jackson Street, • • • St. Paul.
WOOD Affl (ML
OfBe« on Seventh etraot bri<tg* and oomtr of
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