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DAILY WEATHER BULLETIN.
Office Chief Sighai£Offioeb,
Washington, D. C.i Aug. 14, 9:56 p. m.
' .Observations taken at the same momrnt of
i me at all stations.
Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather.
Paul 30.12 64 B*s Clear.
Bt. Louis 30.14 68 NE Cld'y.
La Crosse 80-17 62 Clear.
Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather.
Bismarck 29.97 70 8E Clear.
Fort Garry 29.98 63 8 Fair.
Minnedosa 29.84 64 BE Cl'dy.
Moorhead 30.05 63 S Cl'dy.
St. "Vincent 30. 00 62 SE Cl'dy .
NOBTHEBN KOOKY MOUNTAIN SLOPE. >
Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather.
Fort: Assinaboin.. 29.87 68 SE Cl'dy.
Fortßuford 29.95 68 E< Clear.
Helena 29.92 68 NE Clear.
Huron 80.04 67 SE Cloudy.
Quapella 29.82 64] Smoky.
Bar.' Ther. Wind. Weather.
Chicago 30.18 64 NE Cl'dy.
Dulnth 30.16 55 NE Clear.
MISSOURI VALLEY. ;
Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather.
w0rth.... 80.05 77 SE L'th Rain.
Omaha 80.06 69 E Smoky.
MIDDLE EASTEBN BOCKY* MOUNTAIN SLOPE.
Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather.
Dearer 29.97 73 NE Clear.
Dodge City 29.96 77 SE ThrSt'm.
DAILY LOCAL JOANS.
Bar. Ther. Dew Point. Wind. Weather.
80.140 62.3 51.3 SE Fair.
Amount of rainfall, . . ; maximum thermom
eter, 73; minimum thermometer, 52.5; daily
River, observed height, 2 feet 9 inches; fall in
the last 24 horns, 2 inches.
Note — Barometer corrected for
P. F. Lyons,
Sergeant Signal Corps, U. S. A.
Washington, Aug. 15, 1 a. — Indica
tions for the upper Mississippi and
Missouri valleys: Partly cloudy weather
and local rains, followed in the western
portion by clearing weather, with mostly
south to east, lower barometer, stationary
or rising temperature.
An notion was commenced in the district
court yesterday by Peter Ducrat against
A. Yeorg, to collect an indebtedness of
Some time during Monday night thieves
entered the saloon of L. Sepp, on Seventh
street and got away with several boxes
of cigars. The robbery is supposed to
have been committed by boys. A portion
of the goods were recovered by Detective
The Red Cap base ball club will play a
return match with the Minnesota Chiefs
of Stillwater, on the home grounds Satur
day afternoon next. The Reds were vio
torious in their first game with the Chiefs
Decisions were rendered by Judge Brill
yesterday in the cases of George J. Hanley
against William J. Woolsey and others .
In all there were three suits in whioh
judgment is rendered for plaintiff for the
respective sums of $83, $127 and $115.
Yesterday the prohibitory limit against
shooting prairie chickens expired, and, as
a very natural sequence, many of the noted
shots of the city had very pressing business
engagements in the country, both the
morning and afternoon trains to the south
west carrying away several parties, armed
and equipped, as in such cases made and
Mr. E. A. Hjldridge,of Murdock,former
ly this city, was discharged from arrest
yesterday by Judge Barr. Holdridge was
charged with issuing a .fraudulent grain
receipt and was prosecuted therefor at the
instance of Mr. Chas. Mcllrath of Mcllrath
«fc Gilbert. After a full examination, oo
cupying two days Judge Burr decided^that
the evidence did not sustain the charge
and discharged Mr. Holdridge. His
friends will receive this decision with un
The board of fire commissioners held a
secret meeting last night lv take into con
sideration the bids submitted atf the regular
meeting Monday night, for a new steamer,
hose carriage and other apparatus needed
by the department. A number of agents
from eastern manufacturing firms were
present, and they were called in separately
and questioned as to the merits of the par
ticular machinery represented. The board
will meet again to-night, when the con
tracts will be awarded.
Secretary of State Immigration, Young,
will have ready for delivery on Thursday,
the new pamphlet of that department, de
scriptive of the climate, lands, resources,
crops and general agricultural data of the
southwestern counties of this state. A
glance at the proof sheets, comprising six
teen closely printed pages in brevier,
shows that the work has been performed in
an able and thorough manner, and that
even those to the manor born may obtain
some new and very valuable information
The residence of Mr. J. G. Donnelly,
secretary of the board of education, was
the scene last evening of a happy gather
ing, the occasion being a party given in
honor of the sixteenth birthday of Master
John Joseph Donnelly, and right royally
was it celebrated . A large number of the
school chums and playmates of the young
gentleman were present, and they were
entertained in a very sumptuous and hos
pitable manner indeed. To say that a
good time was enjoyed would be drawing
it mild. A fine supper was spread, and
the musjc was furnished by Prof. Priem .
At the hearing of the L. Brinn pardon
case before Gov. Hnbbard on Monday
afternoon, Messrs. C. D. O'Brien, R. B.
Golusha, of this city, and I. W. Mason, of
Fergus Falls, appeared as counsel for the
St. Paul, Minneapolis & Manitoba railway,
and Messrs. Jackson and Rhea, of Minne
apolis, for Brinn. Among the witnesses
who were sworn and testified were the
father of the prisoner, A. Manvel, general
manager of the road, and Mr. Burton, L.
Brinn's late partner in business at Fergus
Falls. Each of the counsel made pleas,
and that of Mr. Rhea for the prisoner is
said to have been of more than usual inter
est and power.
R. J. C. Irvine, U. S. A., is at the Mer
Charles Hughes, England, at the Metro
W. H. Edelbrook, St. Cloud, at the
Senator S. D. Peterson, New Ulm. is at
J. D. Weed, Sioux Falls; E. H. Woods,
St. Cloud, at the Merchants.
Messrs. W. Lee and W. J. Murphy, Wash
ington, D. C, are at the Merchants .
H. Spencer, St. James, and George
Spencer, Duluth, are at the Merchants.
Hon. Loren Fletcher, of Minneapolis,
i paid a visit to the governor yesterday.
Hon. C. H. Berry, Winona, is in the
city, with headquarters at the Metropoli
C. B. Holmes, Esq , of the Hotel Gazette,
and wife, New York city, registered at the
Geo. B. Winehip, editor of the Herald,
Grani Forks, D. T., is in the city, with
headquarters at the Merchants.
R. O. Strong, Esq., left last evening for
Chicago, to be absent a week, his visit
combining business and pleasure.
Hon. N. P. Clark, St. Cloud, the great
blooded cattle dealer of northwestern Min
nesota, is in the city with headquarters at
Hon. C. H. Graves, R. C. Mitchell, of the
Tribune, W. G . Peok, A. E. Rood and
H. 0. Sproat represented Duluth at the
Senator A. M. Crosby, Nobles county, is
at the Merchants. Senator Crosby reports
the crops in his section as first-class in all
respects, and real estate improving in
price in consequence.
Gen. Sibley went out to Hotel Lafayette
at Minnetonka, yesterday afternoon in a
special car kindly furnished by Mr. Hill,
president of the road. The general will
probably spend a week at the lake.
Gov. Hubbard will .be in attendance to
day upon the session, at Minneapolis, of
the association for the advancement of
science, and from thence go up to Minne
tonka to attend the Grand Army state en
Lieutenant Clyde, of Little Falls, visited
the city yesterday, and has nearly recov
ered from his wounds in the "late battle"
at New Ulm. One of his eyes, however, is
slightly injured, while he will always bear
a few scars t« remind him of what came
uncomfortably near being more serious .
Hon. Chas. J. Folger, secretary of theU.S.
treasury, who has been spending several
days in Worthington, Nobles county, near
which he owns quite an extensive tract of
land, arrived in St. Paul yesterday. Shortly
after his arrival, accompanied by R. N.
McLaren, Esq., he called on Gov. Hubbard
at the capitol, and in the afternoon he was
driven to Fort Snelling, and paid his re
spects to Gen. Terry. To-day he will
probably take a trip out to White Bear,
and leave in the evening for Washington.
John A. Doore, Esq., one of the oldest
business men of North Adams, Mass., in
company with his nephew W. H. Adams, of
Minneapolis, were visiting old friends and
looking over St. Paul yesterday. Mr.
Doore and his estimable wife are stopping
at Minneapolis for several weeks on their
first visit to the great northwest, having
been absent from home visiting in Michi
gan and lowa during the paßt month. Mr.
Doore is one of those bright, genial and
social gentlemen, whose presence would
remind any New England born westerner
of things as they "used to was" when he
JtEQISTER OF DEEDS.
To the Voters of Ramsey County.
I announce myself as a candidate at our en
duing election for the office of Register of Deeds
for this county.
John J. Williams.
St. Paul, August 14, 1883.
The sale of fine Florentine Art Goods, at 24
East Third street, will continue at 10 a. m., to
day . As there will be no sale in the afternoon,
the goods will be on exhibition from 1 to 9 p. m.
After to-day sales will be made daily at 10 a. m.
and 2p. m . until Saturday .
FARRIERING AS A FINE ART.
A Revolution in Horse Bhoeing Introduc
ed by Simmons & Co.
The Globe yesterday morning announc
ed the presence in the city of Mr. William
Russell, of Cincinnati, without a question
question the most celebrated and
successful horse shoer in this country.
Mr. Russel has devoted nearly half a
century to the study of horse shoe
ing, and has reduced the operation to a
science. Every horseman knows that the
proper care of the horses foot is the most
important in connection with his care, and
yet it is a fact that not one pretended
horse shoeer in ten has any further idea of
his business than to fit a certain sized and
shaped shoe to the foot of
every horse brought to them,
paying no attention to the pe
culiar formation of the foot or limbs of
the horse, or to whether he throws his feet
in or out when traveling, is knee-sprung,
interferes, overreaches, or has any of the
many bad habits that interfere with the
easy and rapid movement of the horse,
many of which, in fact, are produced by
improper shoeing. But it is not so much
to speak of Mr. Russell personally that we
desire to speak, but the far more impor
tant fact to the horsemen of St. Paul, that
during his stay here he is located with the
firm of Simmons «fc Co., Sixth street, be
tween St. Peter and Market streets. These
gentlemen have already ac
quired the reputation of
being the most experienced and successful
horse shoer, in the city, but they were only
too glad to receive the benefit of Mr. Rus
sell's greater experience, and hence it is
that their shop is constantly crowded with
horses with diseased feet and weakened
limbs, upon which Mr. Russell operates,
explaining and illustrating his principle
as he goes along, as also pointing out the
way to avoid such injuries in future shoe
ing. During his stay Mr. Russell has
operated upon some very severe cases —
horses brought up to him so lame they
moved with great difficulty and sent away
stepping squarely and easily, just from
having their feet properly prepared and
fitted with a properly shaped shoe. Among
those who have had horses treated are K.
P. Cullen and J. B. Moorhead, livery pro
prietors and other horsemen, who are en
thusiastic in praise of Mr. Russell's sys
tem . When Mr. Russell leaves thi6 city
Simons & Co. will be the successor in the
practice of his system, and local horsemen
appreciating the importance of proper
shoeing, will avail themselves of their ser
Take a buss at the Merchants hotel, at 1 p.m.,
to-day, for the 6ale of 62 lots in Eieenmenger's
Dr. Talmage to-night. Get seats to-day at
Dyer & Howard's and avoid the rush.
Saturday Afternoon at Midway.
The committee in charge of the prepa
ration of attractions for the afternoon of
turf sports at Midway park, Saturday
afternoon next, are meeting with the best
of success. In addition to the great pac
ing races in which five starters are assured,
the management have the satisfaction of
announcing that the class for three minute
horses will have six starters, with outside
precincts still to hear from. At least two
other races will be given, details of whioh,
with the full programme, will be given to
morrow morning. For further informa
tion apply or call on J. D. Wood, secretary,
Take a buss at the Merchants hotel, at 1 p.m.,
to,day, for the sale of 62 lots in Eisenmenger's
There' 6 only one Talmage in America, and
this is his first visit to St. Paul. Don't fail to
Programme of the Great Union Band at
Rice Park To-night.
1. Calico Quickstep Wiegand.
2. Overture, Ungarische Lutepiel. . .Keler Bela.
3 . Grand Selection, Boccaccio Suppe.
4. Artistic Galop Rollinsoa.
5. A Day in Boston, Grand Medley Claus.
6. Washing Guard Polka, Cornet Solo. . .Miller.
7. Gems of Germany, Grand Potpourri. Neibig.
8. Gobling, a Fantasy Bollinson.
9. Kutschke Polka Heinike
Duluth Notes. ~
L Special Telegram to the Globe.]
Dcluth, Minn., Aug. 14.— While blast
ing on the new grade at Agate bay, yester
THE ST. PAUL DAILY GLOBE, WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 15, 1883.
day, several men and a boy were seriously
injured by flying rocks from the blast.
Aid was sent there immediately from here.
Superior is rejoicing with the hopes of
having a large elevator and new saw mill
soon. Eastern capitalists are the boomers.
Twelve new cars for the Dulnth & Iron
Range road were received to-day. This is
the first installment of a »large order
which came from the Stillwater Car Man
Take a buss at the Merchants hotel, at 1 p.m.,
to-day, for the sale of 62 lots in Eiseniaenger's
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., A.gent 6.
Eavanagh sells 62 lots at auction this after
noon, at 2 o'clock, near Kitteondale.
J. P. Gribben has removed his lumber office
from corner Ninth and Jackson streets to 194
East Seventh street, two doors west of the Peo
Take a buss at the Merchants hotel, at 1 p.m.,
to-day, for the sale of 62 lots in Eisenmenger's
GREEN — At residence of her brother-in-law,
John King, corner of Arundel and Lafont
streets, Hannah Green, aged 26 years.
Funeral Thursday at 9a. m . Friends invited
to attend .
This powder never varies . A marvel of puri
ty, strength and wholesomeness . More economi
cal than tke 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 Baking Powdeb Co., 106
Wall street, New York.
SASH. BLINDS. *0.
(Incorporated), Manufacturers of
Doors, Sash, Bills, &c,
Hard Wood Finish a Specialty,
Offices at corner Eighth and Jackson anda
Seven Corners and Eagle street.
DIAMOND JO LINE STEAMERS.
For Winona, La Crosse, Dubuque, Rock Island,
Burlington, Keokuk, Quincy, St. Louis
and all Intermediate Point*).
The elegant, popular and fast electric light pas
JAMES CORBETT, Master.
A. HA VLIN, Clerk.
THnrsdaLAnpstl6, at 12 o'clock, 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 ino6quito
proof. A. G. LONG, Agent.
Office and dock foot of Sibley st.
Minneapolis office — "Kiniball's," 16 Washing
Str. Pittsburgh follows Sunday, 19th inst.
ST. LODIS & STjm PACKET CO.
Side- Wheel Steamers, Equipped with Elec
For Winona, La Crosse, Dubuque, Clinton
Rock Island, Davenport, Muscatine, Bur
lington, Keokuk, Quincy, Hannibal, St.
Louip- and all intermediate points.
T. L. DAVIDSON, Master,
8. GRINNELL, Clerk.
Leaves St. Paul,
Wednesday, August 15. 10 o'clock, A. ML
Through tickets by river and rail for sale to
all points East and South .
A. DELANY, Agent,
Leyee and Jackson Street.
City Ticket office. 334 Jackson street.
lhe afternoon trip having proven to be the
acceptable trip, Monday the Steamer
will discontinue the morning run and lea to at
2p. m. Returning, leave the Falls at 4:45 p.m.,
arriving at St. Paul at 6:30 p. m. Evening ex
cursions every night, weather permitting . For
apecial excursions or private parties, call on or
address GEO. H. HAZZARD,
179 East Third Street.
Boat lands at Fort Snelling going up and corn
Notice is hereby given, that the co-partnership
existing between Frank E. and Lew W. Irvine,
under the firm name of Irvine Bros., was dis
solved by mutual comment, on theßd day of July.
Frank E. Irvine will continue the business un
der the old firm name, and will assume all in
debtedness and collect all outstanding accounts .
FRANK E. IRVINE,
227-29 LEW. W. IRVINE.
105 Acres in Northwestern part of the city,
known as Hyde Park additirn. Street cars
within three quarters of a mile of the tract and
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 Nelson 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 fine 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^ business 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 improved city property.
176 East Third street
S. LEE DAVIS,
Real Estate ani Mortpp Loans.
860 Jackson Street, St. Paul, Minn.
Investments made and taxes paid 'or non
F>R SALE — Jackson street property, special
bargain, 100x150 feet, at the corner of Jack
son and Twelfth streets, for sale by S . Lee Davis,
60 Jacksoa street. 160*
354 Jackson Street, St. Paul.
Houses, Lots, Blocks, Acres & Business Property
MEAL ESTATE, and
So. 18 West Third street, (Bridge Square.)
Houses and vacant lots for sale. Money to loan.
Titles examined. 199
HEZEKIAH HAT.T. t B. F. HALL.
Corner Third and Bober Streets, in the Saving
ST. PAUL, - - MINN.
R. W. JOHNSON,
Beal Estate Aeent.
Mannheimer Block, Room 11.
ST. PAUL, - - - MINN.
TEEPLE & HOSKEN,
Real Estate and Loan Brokers
No. 63 East Third Street.
ST, PAUL, - - - MINN.
FU V\KLI\ fl \rill\K WORKS
ROBERT SIGEL, Proprietor,
Manufacturer of Pulleys and Mill Machinery.
Special attention given to Repairing Steam
Engines, Pumps, etc.
Corner Sixth and Cedar streets,
ST. PAUL, MINN. 811«
School of the Good Shepherd,
Corner of Twelfth and Cedar streets.
Rey. William C, Pop, M, A., 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 00
Orders may be left at my studio, over R . C.
Munger'6 music et.re, 107 E. Third street. 206
TO COHTRAGTOiiS !
Proposals for Patrol Stable.
City Clerk's Office, )
Saint Paul, August 16, 18b3. J
Sealed proposals marked "Proposals for Sta
ble," will be received at this office, until Tuesday,
the 21st day of August, A. D. 1888, at 3 o'clock
p. m . , for furnishing the necessary materials for
and the construction of a 6table for the police
patrol service, in the rear of the city hall build
ing, in accordance with plans raid 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 all bids.
By order of Common Council,
THOS. A. PRENDERGAST,
228-233 City Clerk.
FIVE CENTS A LINE
WANTED — Situation in some store or office
by a young man who is»a good penman.
Good reference. Address Joseph Hahan, 563
Bt. Peter street 222-28
WANTED— A situation to take care of horse
and do general work. Address C. E.,
Globe office. 221-227
WANTED— Tinner, No. 868 Dayton avenue.
WANTED — A young man for dining room
work. St. Paul Exchange restaurant,
355 Jackson street. 226-82
A YOUNG man to take care of horses and do
chores around the house. Apply at No.
14 West Fourth street. 220*
WANTED— Experienced Feed boy for cylin
der press. Apply to-day at Globe count
WANTED— Two first-class plumbers, at
Kenny & Hudner's, 118 and 120. West
Third street, St. Pau_. 122*
WANTED— Experienced sales ladies; none
other need apply. References required;
99 Cent Store. 227-230
\\T ANTED — Two girls for dining room work,
ii 355 Jackson street, St. Paul Exchange
restaurant. 226 282
"%IT ANTED — Experienced girl 6, cook and 6ec-
T» ondgirlto work in first class families,
good wages. German Intelligence office, 129
Eighth street. 228-29
ANTED— A girl for light work in small
family. Apply at 345 Rice street, corner
of Rondo. 222
TO LET— A basement, 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!
\J M. Lynch, Presley block. 223-227
FOR RENT— Brick store in West St. Paul,
suitable for any kind of business. Can be
used for boarding house if desired. Corner
Sixth street and Dakota avenue. 212*
FOR RENT— A store on corner Rice street
and Como avenue. Also, a house of seven
rooms. Inquire of J. Cunniff, on premises.
OR RENT— Pleasant front rooms, 133 West
Fifth street, near Rice Park. 227-28
URNISHEDROOM for rent, at^HTwest
Third street. 227-29
A NICELY furnished front room on first floor,
with porch and 6hade trees on Sixth, be
tween Minnesota and Robert. Inquire at No.
100 East Sixth street. 209*
OR RENT— Four rooms, kitchen, closet and
pantry, over store 878 Dayton avenne. In
quire at store. 195*
FOR RENT— House four rooms, cor. Grove
and Pine street. 227
FOR RENT — Two new houses or seven rooms,
cellar, cistern, and woi>d6hed, on Fourth
street, near Maria avenue. Inquire of C . Casey,
next door, No. 698. 222
fTiO RENT— House of six rooms on Ohio
JL street. Inquire of P. R. McDonnell, grocer,
corner George and Ohio streets, Sixth ward.
FOR RENT— The Weber residence at White
Bear Lake, furnished or unfurnished . Ap
ply at Ramaley's Pavilion, Cottage Park station,
White Bear lake. 182*
FOR RENT— A house. Inquire at 49 West
Fourth street. 179*
FOR SALE— The undivided one-half of Roller
and Saw Mills; also one-half interest in gen
eral merchandise store, located at Gravelville,
Minnesota. Apply to or write Charles Gravel,
Gravelville, Morrison county, Minn. 227-233
FOR SALE — Four two-horse wagons and four
set ot double harness. Inquire at 195 Oak
I and Third street; for M. J. Doyle. 227-31
XpOR SALE — Two ssory brick house and cor-
JL ncr lot, on University avenue; a gojd busi
ness location. Enquire 348 University avenue.
FOR SALE— I4x24 stationary engine. Has
been used one year in my planning mill,
and is as good as new. J. P. Gribben, 194 rast
Seventh street. 222-28
OR SALE— I 2 lots. West St. Paul. P. De
Bochebrune, No. 6 West Third street. 223*
FOR SALE— The following desirable lots: 2
lots corner Pleasant avenue and Sixth street;
2 lots on Rice street, between Iglehart and Til
ton streets; 10 1 .ts in Irvine's Second addition,
fronting on Seventh street, (end of bridge); 12
lots in Irvine's addition to West St. Paul; also,
a well established paying business. Apply to
George W. Turnbull, 843 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 instilu
tions, Shattuck schools, St. Mary's) Hall and all
public buildings, located hero, patent lime kiln,
four dwellings, one st ne, one frame barn, one
st ne barn connected w th blacksmith shop, etc.
Twent -five acres, containing the quarry and im
proy ments, will be sold or rented separately, if
desired. Keason for Belling — old age and poor
heilth. Apply tj Philip Cromer, Faribault,
LOTS and money to build on monthly pay
ments. Pioneer Building Society. 356
Jackson street. 126*
LIST your property for sala and orders for
purchases with Geo. H. Hazzard, Real
Estate and Loan Agent, 170 East Third street,
St. Paul. 80
- AND FOUND.
OTRAYED — One sorrel aged mare mule, shod
kj all around and very gentle. A liberal re
ward for return of mule to A. Hill's sale barn,
Seven corners, St. Paul. 227-31
LOST— On Sunday, August 12th, on the Little
JLi Canada read, a yellow tan pup, stub tail.
Anyone returning the same to 145 East Seventh
stre?t, will be liberally awarded. 226-31
FINANCIAL. ~ ~~
WILL loan upon or bay Life Ins. Policies
v * L. P. Van Norman 860 Jackson. 89
/i PER CENT, money for first-class improved
0 business property. Loans also placed at
\f lowest rates on improved residence property.
Graves & Vinton, Drake block 205-34
"I f\ f\ f\ pieces Sheet Music at 5 cents each
I\J l> \J for sale by M. C. Thayer, 418 Waba
shaw street, St. Paul and 812 Nicollet avenue
Minneapolis. Send postage stamps for cat a
MIS CELL AN US.
WANTED — A broom maker's complete out
fit. Address Globe office, F. A A.
\\T ANTED— trade a Chamberlain top bug-
V v gy for a good buggy . horse. Buggy can
be seen in rear of postoffice. Inquire at Ben
Flour and Saw 111
OB BENT, ON EASY TEEMS,
In the finest location in the Red River Valley, is
a new mill with splendid reputation, and sur
rounded by an abundance of timber. Men in
inquiring, apply to •.'--
09satttu3w Turtle River, D. T
Cheaper Than Ever!
We are not giving Clothing away, but we 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.
91 EAST THIRD ST.
BUSINESS COLLEGES. _
AND TELEGRAPHIC INSTITUTE,
Has long since established its claims to public favor and h&a now entered upon its 18th year ante
the most favorable auspices. Send for catalogue giving full particulars. Cor. 8d &xd Jackson,
W. A. FADDIS Principal.
AtMtliil ly Mils h Best Ii lit lorn
I know of none superior to the 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 run, tnai 1 snail 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. O. MUNGHER, Agent, St. Paul.
Send for Catalogues.
SCALES! WIND MILLS.
FAIRBANKS, MOUSE & CD,, • 371 & . 373 Sibley Street
WHOLESALE DRY GOODS.
AUERBACH, FINCH & VAN SUCK.
The. Only Leaflii!" Dry Goods House ii the Must,
Competes with the Markets of New York and Chicago
BOOT AND B HOB DEALEBB.
SPRING STYLES OF SHOES.
SCEIEK & 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.
Sole Agency for BURT'S, Gray's, Reynold's, and many other leading makes. One price to all.
»M & BARRY, 1 TX
WHOLESALE DEALERS. ~
NOYES BROS. & CUTLER,
IMPORTERS & WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
68 and 70 Bibley Street, Corner Fifth, - - - St. Paul, Minn
/"I OOD HOUSE AND THREE LOTS on the
vT West Side, at auction. — I will sell at auc
tion Thursday, August 30th, 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 of 8 rooms, good
cellar, and large cistern, location high and s-icfht
ly, each lot 50x150 feet. Terms, very liberal,
and made known on day of sale .
P. T. KAYANAGH,
IpiNE FURNITURE, ETC., AT AUCTION—
I will sell at auction, on the 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. m. The furniturens all of
the better claps, and consists in part of one ele
gant parlor suite, five pieces upholstered in old
gold silk; one library suit, five pieces, uphol
stered in crimson iep; one very fine extension
table, black walnut, Eastlake fstyle; fine black
walnut dining chairs, upholstered in leather;
black walnut sideboard, two fine book cases,
movable shelves, two fine bedroom suit 6 made to
order, marble top; one very fine mantel clock,
manufactured by Caldwell & Co . , of Philadel
phia; one 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 appertaining to the
furniture of a house of the better grade. All
goods must be removed on day of sale .
P. T. KAVANAGH,
SPECIAL FINE ART 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 6tatuettes, 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 and executed by
the most prominent artists in Florence, Italy.
P. T. KAVANAGH,
£*£) LOTS AT AUCTION— I will sell at auc
\Jjml tion on the premises on Wednesday, Aug
ust 15, the whole of J. F. Eisenmenger's Second
addition to St.; Paul. This addition immediately
adjoins Kitteondale and is distant but a few
blocks from the Union Park depot of the C. M.
St. P . & M railroad, giving hourly communica
tion with both St. Paul and Minneapolis, thus
making it the most desirable suburban property
to be found near either city, being but fifteen
minutes ride from the Union depots of each .
The property lies well and is admirably adapted
for residences of people of moderate means.
Terms very liberal and made known on day of
P. T. KAVANAGH,
China and Japan Tea Store.
19 E, Seventh st., bet.!Wabasliaw& Cedar.
I respectfully notify the citizens ef St. Paul
that I have opened a new Tea Store, which will
be stocked with the purest and freshest brands
of China and Japan Teas, received direct from
my brother's establishment in China. I will
have also a full line of Chinese Cunosities for
sale. Prices the lowest for pure teas. TAM.
G. FUNG, No. 19 East Seventh street.
THE CANTON TEA CO.
The firm of Dreis & Mitsch having been dissolved
P. J. DREIS
Has established himself in business
CORNER NINTH & ST. PETER STREETS
Where will be found the finest and best of
Drugs, Perfumery, Toilet Articles, Patent Medi
cines, etc. Al6o, all kinds of Garden and Flower
PBESCBIPTIONS A SPECIALTY
Coal and Iron Co.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Coal, Wood, anAPielron
T. D. BABTON, AGENT,
354 Jackson Street, • • • St Pad.
DEALER ; IN
WOOD AND (ML,
Office on Seventh street bridge Bed corner of
Twelfthaad Robert. Orders ißoeWed by teic ■
hone. • , /