DAiLY WEATHER KILEETIH.
Office Chief Signal Officer,
Washitoivk, D. C.,!Aog. 2?, 9:54 p. m.
Observations taken at the same momont of
time at all stations.
TPPiU MISSISSIPPI VALLEY.
Bar. Ther. W-'nl. Weather.
BtPaul 30.02 57 W Clear.
La Crosse 30.01 62 W Clear.
bar. .T;ier. Wind. Weather.
Bismarck 30.03 53 W Clear.
FirtGarrv "..29.88 NW Clear.
Miunedosa . 20 89 43 NW Clear.
M-iorh-vH ao.OO 53 W Clear.
northebn KOOKT mountain SLOTT.
Ear. The-. Wind. Weather.
Huron 30.07 £0 SW Clear.
Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather.
Daluth 29.92 65 SW Char.
DAILY LOCAL MEANS.
Bar. Ther. Dew Point. Wind. Weather.
29.885 61.0 43.7 NW 'Fair.
Amount of rainfall, .0; maximum thermom
eter, 78.0; minimum thermometer, 57.0; daily
Biver, observed height, 2 test 6 inches, Rise
in 21 hi urs, 2 inches.
• Note — Bari mater corrected for temperature
• :d elevation.
P. F. Lyons,
Serjeant Sicnal Corps, U. 8. A.
The condition of Chief Black, of the fire
department, is reported as very much im
An order was filed by Judge Brill yester
day denying the motion for a new trial in
the case of A. Fritz against Fennock
G. S. Lundegrcff was arrested yesterday
afternoon on a warrant sworn out by his
daughter, charging him with assault and
On motion of Mr. Goforth, the attorney,
the bail of Andrew O'Connell, charged with
robbery, was on yesterday reduced to $250
and the accused was released.
Hon. J. B. Grinnell, of lowa, telegraphed
to Ex-Gov. Marshall from Lake Crystal: "I
am on my way home. Draw on me for the
cyclone sufferers at Rochester for $200 at
The steamer Sibley of the Diamond Jo
line arrived between 1 and 2 o'clock this
morning, with a full eabia of passengers
and 200 tons of freight. She came through
without detention by low water.
JohnFermer and M. Hanley were ar
rested by Officer O'Brien last night for
raising a disturbance at tho Seventh street
bridge. When put under arrest one of the
men tried to hit the officer with a stone.
Eight laborers were arrested yesterday
afternoon on the charge of quarrying
stone on a street. They were in the em
ploy of Kelly, the contractor, and the
offense was committed on Dayton's bluff.
The St. Paul Academy of Natural
Sciences will be open for visitors this
(Thursday) afternoon. The ladies com
mittee will be in charge of the rooms from
3to 8 o'clock p. m. Hall 554 Wabashaw
The Swede boarding-house on Third
street below Sibley was the scene of a
lively scrapping match, the contestants
being two men named Collins and Venrip.
They were waltzed to the tower by Captain
In tho prize shooting tournament for a
$20 gold piece, now in progress at the
Wabashaw street gallery, the lead is main
tained by Mr. C. H. Slocam, a local on the
St. Paul end of the Tribune. He is several
wads ahead, 60 to speak.
The S» Paul _• Minneapolis Messenger
and Telephone company have moved into
„heir new quarters on Robert street, be
tween Fourth and Fifth streets. The com
pany now respond to police and fire calls,
and the very useful enterprise is being
About 10 o'clock last night the atten
tion of Officer Dufour was called to the
mysterious movements of a man who
seemed in the act of crawling over the
railing of the bridge Ho was taken in
charge and it proved to be one Mat
Shanley, a resident of the Sixth Ward, and
he was somewhat intoxicated.
Abcut 8 o'clock last evening Capt.Breset*
and Detective Walsh happened along by
Pius Reed's saloon just in time to stop a
blpody row. Two fellows named Thomas
'Collins and Mat Van Rip had just started
in for a general fight. The latter had
succeeded in knocking Collins down twice,
and the latter had just got up and was
raising a chair with which to smash his
opponent when the above officers entered
the saloon and arrested both parlies.
The State Sportingmen's association
had James H. Brown, a store keeper on
Robert street, arrested Tuesday for sell
ing ducks out of season. Mr. Brown plead
guilty to the charge in the municipal court
yesterday morning and was fined $20. For
some years past the game laws have been
openly violated, and game sold in this
market out of season . It is the purpose
of the State Association of Sportsmen to
enforce the laws and suppress all illegal
traffic, and this the first instance of prose
cution will be followed by others as fast
as brought to their notice.
L. D. Hurman, of Yankton, is in St.
Attorney General Hahn leaves to-day for
the great National park.
R. O. Whipple, receiver of the land office
at Devil's Lake, is in the city.
J. A. Williams and J. C. Hitchcock, of
hicago, are at the Metropolitan .
A. Radcliffe and V. K. Armitage, of
England, are at the Metropolitan.
Among the arrivals at the Merchants
.yesterday, was George L. Ordway, of Pierre,
D. T. • "■ ■ .
Mr. O. P. Whitman, superintendent of
the public schools in Red Wing, is in St.
Mr. Kittelson, the state -treasurer, has j
returned with his family from a visit to
their home in Alexandria.
Mr. Wm. Welch, secretary of the board
of control, leaves this evening for a visit
to relatives at Milwaukee. He will be
accompanied by his daughter. :'/
General Malmros, commissioner of sta
tistics of Minnesota, has just recovered
from an illness that confined him at home
for several days, and is again attending to
his public duties.
Mr. P. T. Kavanagh, the great auction
eer, who has been out through Montana,
has returned, and is again at his post of
duty. He was in the great city of Helena
for some lime, and regards Montana as
unapproachable as a mineral country.
Mr. Charles Stow, the editor-agent of
Barnum's gieat show, including Jumbo
and a thousand and one other attractions,
dropped down upon St. Paul yesterday,
and will remain with us for several days.
Charley's strawberry-blonde moustache is
familiar wheiever Barnum's name is
known, and he is always a we lcome visitor
to editorial sanctums. ; ;■?
I.:»rse ."-ale of Ileal Kstate.
Messrs. Fairchild & Damels©n have
completed the sale, which has teen some
time pending, of the Manufacturing com
pany property on the corner of Sixth and
Cedar streets, James D. Fry, of Illinois
Corner Seventh and. Jackson tree ts
(Successor to Esterley & Heinemaun.,)
Just Opened, a New and Elegant Line of
Inspection of which is respectfully invited.
]NJ~e"w Hamburg JSnil)roid.epies 5
JERSEYS, in Black and Colors, - - - for $2.50.
In Black, Cream, Olive, Seal, Maroon, Wine, Myrtle, Bronze, Navy. Etc., Etc., at the Ridienlonsly Low Price of 25cts per Yard.
An Early Call will be advantageous.
GUSTAVE HEIMAM, Corner 7th and Jackson sts.
being the purchaser. The property com
prises the easterly 30 feet of lot 11, and all
of lots 3, 12, 13, 14. 15 and 16 of block 6,
St. Paul proper. The price paid is $60,
For dyspepsia, liver complaint and general de
bility, Allen's "Iron Tonic Bitters" are without
a rival. They are a powerful tonic and act upon
the system like magic. We can say nothing
that will equal the universal favor with which
they are received. Every bottle of the genuine
bears the signature of J. P. Allen, druggist, St .
To day Miss Florence Elfelt, only daugh
ter of A. S. Elfelt, Esq., will be married
to Mr. Robert F. Pyfroru, of Nassau, West
Indies. The ceremony will be quite
private, owing to the recent death of the
brother of the groom. None but the rela
tions and a few very intimate friends of
the family will be present. They will leave
in the evening soon after the ceremony,
and will take the steamer for Nassau in a
few days, where they will reside. Mr.
Pyfrom is largely engaged in sponge fish
eries and is one of the prominent men of
the West Indies. While the Globe extends
cordial congratulations it regrets that St.
Paul loses one of her fair daughters.
The Hatch Party.
[Special Telegram to the Globe. 1
Billings, M. T., Aug. — The journey
of the Hatch party from Mandan was
most delightful to the tourists. Lord
Hendley ran the locomotive nearly all of
yesterday. An event of the day was the
taking on of a party of Indians at Dick
inson and giving them a ride to Little
Missouri. The big chief Crow Breast offered
Mr. Hatch $1 to take seven Indians on to
Livingston. The ladies were greatly de
lighted with the red men . A favorite
pastime with the ladies is riding on the
We have evening lectures by Hon. M.
Wyman, of Rhode Island. The country
looks splendidly. Its development is mar- 1
velons. We shall reach Livingston to- 1
morrow. All are in high spirits and well. I
Memphis Not Infected.
Memphis, Aug. 22. — Large numbers of
telegrams have been received from differ
ent points asking whether the yellow fever
has appeared in this city. It is supposed
here that a rumor was started abroad for
speculative purposes, as no apprehension
is felt regarding the fever. Memphis was
never healthier and every preparation has
been made to guard against the diffusion
of the disease even if it should find a lodg
ing at points below.
New Yoek, Aug. 22. — Arrived: The
steamships Labrador from Havre: State of
Alabama from Liverpool, and State of
Nebraska from Glasgow.
Glasgow, Aug. 22. — Arrived: The steam
er Devonia from Now York.
Queenstown, An;*. 22. — The Helvetia
from New York.
A Very Much Desired Office. *«*
Louisville, Ky.,Aug.2_. — Col. Charles A.
Gill, prosecuting attorney of the city court
died yesterday, and was buried this after
noon. Already there are 1,000 applicants
for the appointment to succeed him.
The mayor will make an appointment to
Saint Paul aud Duluth, Railroad Company.
Sunday, Aug. 26th: Leave St. Paul 9a. m.
for Taylors Falls, thence via. steamer through
the Dalles of St. ' Croix to Stillwater, arriving
in St. Paul at 8:20 p. m. $1.50 round trip;
51.25 round trip all rai'. Tickets and further
information of C. G. Franklin, 801 Jackson st.
Kavanagh sells a house and lot at 768 Carrol
street, at 2p. m . to-day.
Concerning Imported Cigar*,
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. Beaupro, Keoh A Co., .gents,
BEOISTEB OF DEE OS.
To the Voters of Ramsey "County.
1 announce myself is a candidate at our en
6uing election for the office of Register of Deeds
for this county.
John J. Williams.
St. Paul, August 14. 1883.
Want No More Chinese.
Sas Fbaxcisco, Aug. 22. — Judge Kel
son's Boston Chinese decision creates a
profound sensation. The judgment is not j
considered binding here, and hopes are
expressed that the question will be carried
to the supreme court ot the United States
and that under no circumstances will the
yellow flood again be permitted to stream
i into this port.
Statue to Simon Boiiver.
New Yoke, Aug. 22. — The promoters of
tho statue of £1 Gran Liberador Simon
Boliver will unveil his statue Feb. 22 next,
in compliment to the United States.
Kir-land Fitch, the defaulting cashier
of the Warren, Ohio, National bank, start
ed from Boston for the latter place yester
day in the custody of a sheriff. .'. ."■
MINOR— LITTLE— Aug. 22,* at the residence of
the bride's brother, No. 175 Fourteenth street,
by Rev. Dr. Dana, Mr. Henry E. Minor to
Miss Susie Little, both of St.- Paul.
I. the undersigned, administrator of the estate
of James W. Turnbull, deceased, will, under
and pursuant of the order of license tome issued
by the Probate Court of Ramsey county, August
22, 1883, sell at No. 233 Norris street, in St.
Paul, August 28, 1883, at public auction, all the
household goods and furniture, all other chat
tels aud personal effects in and about the late
residence of the said James W. Turnbull, de
ceased, to the highest bidder for cash.
August 22, 1883. '■?.■:
DOUGLAS B. TURNBULL,
S.'-'l ■■'■■-. ■ Administrator.
P. T. Kavanagh, Auct'.oi eer. 235-40
THE ST. PAUL DAILY GLOBE, THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 23, 1883.
GILLIS — Ravenna, 0., on the morning of
August 22, after a painful illness, Mrs . Lucia
A. Gillis, relict of the late sheriff John Gillis,
aged 68 years. She was the mother of Mrs. R.
O. Strong of this city, and sister of Mrs. Mary
M. Came, widow of the late Dr. Wm. Came,
also, a resident of St. Paul.
This powder never varies . A marvel of puri
ty, strength and wholesomeness . More economi
cal than the 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.
BASH. BLTRDP, »c.
(Incorporated), Manufacturers of
Doors, M, Blinds, St,
Hard Wood Finish a Specialty,
Offices at corner Eighth at)d Jackson anda
B oven Corners ar-.d Eagle street.
DUION JB USE STEAMERS. |
For Winona, La Crosse, Dubuque, Rock Island,
Burlington, Keokuk; Quincy, St. Louis ■
and all Intermediate Points.
The Only Line Sow Running Tirongh from
St. Paul to St. Louis Without Tranfer. .
The elegant, popular and fast electric light j>« -
■eager steamer s
M AKY jvtoßTonsr,
Wm. Boland, Master, Chas. Mather, Clerk.
Friday, August _*J___EV9A 12 o'clock, M.
Friday, Aupst 24t_. 12 o'clock. M,
Through tickets by river and rail to all points.
Most comfortable and chearest route, avoiding
heat and dust. Boats completely provided with
wire screens, fly and mosquito-proof. Through
to Chicago $12.50, St; Lords $16, including
meals and berth on boat. A. G. LONG, Agent.
Office and dock foot of Sibley St.
Minneapolis office — "Kimball's," 16 Washing
ST. LOUIS & _LMDL PACKET CO.
Side- Wheel Steamers, Equipped with Elec
REFITTED AND REFTOSHED,
For Winona, La Crosse, Dubuque, Clinton
Rock Island, Davenport, Muscatine, Bur
lington, Keokuk, Qninoy, Hannibal. St.
Louis- and all intermediate points.
STR. WAR EAGLE,
D. R. ASBURY, Master,
Leaves St. Paul every Monday at 10 o'clock a. m.
STR. SAINT PAUL,
T. L. DAVIDSON, Master,
Leaves St. Paul every Wednesday, 10 o'clock a.m
WM. THOMPSON, Master,
Leaves St. Paul every Saturday at 10 o'clock a. m.
Through tickets by river and rail for sale to
all points East and South.
A. DELANY, Agent,
Levee and Jackson Street.
City Ticket office. 334 Jackson street.
j The afternoon trip having proven to be the
| acceptable trip, Monday the Steamer
will discontinue the morning run and lea re at
2p. m. Returning, lea-»e 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,
' - 170 East Third Street:
i . Boat lands at Fort Snelling going up and corn
105 Acres in Northwestern part of the city,
known as Hyde Park addition. Street cars
within three quarters of a mile of the tract and
likely 6oon 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 comer 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.
Improved 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 Tliird street.
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Ufa! Estate aid Mortgage Loans.
360 Jackson Street, St. Paul, Minn.
Investments made and taxes paid for non
F)R SALE — Jackson street property, special
Jj bargain, 100x150 feet, at the corner of Jack
son and Twelfth streets, for by S. Lee Davis,
60 Jackson 6tvect. lt'o*
i B WIT PIN 9 DDfl
354 Jackson Street, St. Paul.
Houses, Lots. Blocks. Acres & Easiness Property
. TEEPLE & HOSKEnT"
Real Estate and Loan Brokers
No. 63 East Third Street.
ST, PAUL., - - - MINN.
R. W. JOHNSON,
Seal Estate Agent,
; Maiiuheimor Block, Room 11.
ST. PAUL, - - . MINN.
~ ESWARD SIMOSTOS,
REAL ESTATE, and
So. 18 West Third stmt, (Bridge Square.)
Houses and vacant lots for sale. Money to loan.
Titles examined. 199
HEZEKI A K HALL. B. F. HAL!!
Corner Third and Rober Streets, in the Saving
ST. PAUL. - - MINN.
I, the undersigned, administrator with the
will annexed, of the estate of Adolph Mueller,
deceased, will under a' d pursuant to an order of
license to me issued by the Probate Court of
Ramsey county, sell at public auction, to the
highest bidder for cash, at 843 University ave
nue, in St. Paul, Saturday, August 25, at ten
o'clock a. m the following described personal
estate, viz: Stock of groceries, store fixtures,
liquors, cigars, bar fixtures, one wagon, one sin
gle harness, one sleigh, one saddle, two dozen
Dated August IP, 1888.
AUGUST F. MANKE,
P. T. Kavanagh, Auctioneer. 231-37
School of the Good Shepherd,
Corner of Twelfth and Cedar streets.
Rey. William C, Pope. 11, Principal
SIX EXPERIENCED TEACHERS.
Send for circular. 219-3taw-4w
ST. JOB.. THE EYMGELIST SCHOOL.
COR. OF ASHLAND AYE. & MACKUBIN ST.
Select school for Boys. Will open Monday,
231-36 Rev, HENRY KITTSON, Principal
, - - ■■ '■•'■'■
FIVE CENTS A LINE
A/TAN WANTED to tend horses land work
XTX around a grocery store. Apply to Weare
& Malcomb, corner of Dayton and Western ave
nges. _^ : '- 284
WANTED— Two first-class barbers, " at 185
East Seventh street. Adam Schuster
BOY WANTED to feed presses at Cunning
ham's, 325 Wabashaw street. 233-35
VET ANTED— At the Sauk Center Academy, a
v V Professor of Penmanship and bock-keep
ing. To one thoroughly competent, a good sala
ry will bo given. Must be single and strictly
temperate. Submit specimens of penmanship
and reference as to qualification to D. J. Cogan.
Principal. ? 238*
WANTED— Immediately, first-class white
TT barber. Moran & Mills, Anoka, Minn.
A YOUNG man to take care of horses and do
chores around the house. Apply at No.
14 West Fourth street. 220*
ANTED— Two first-class plumbers, at
Kenny & Hudners, 118 and 120, West
Third street, St. Pan.. 122*
WANTED— Girl to do general housework.
Swede preferred. Apply 320 Goodrich
WANTED Cooks, laundresses, diningroom
girls, chambermaids, second girls, and
girls for general housework. St. Paul Employ
ment office, 317 Wabashaw street. 235
WANTED AT ONCE— girls wanted to
fold and stitch pamphlets, at Brown &
Treacy's, 142 East Third. • 234-235
A COMPETENT girl for general housework,
246 Dayton avenue. 231-237
TTrT ANTED— A good cook at once, 273 Day
» » ton avanue. 230-36
ANTED An experienced second girl at
V T (old number) 237 East Tenth. 229-235
TO BENT ~~ ~"
IjIINE S>uite of front offices to rent in Presley
block, cheap. John M. Lynch, Presley
block, 104 East Third street . 234-40
f^»OR RENT— Brick store in West St. Paul,
A. 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, lnquiro of J. Cunniff, on premises.
FOUR newly furnished rooms to rent, 120 W.
Fourth street. 233-87
FOR RENT— Front office, with adjoining
room, suitable for samples. A. L. Larpen
tenr, 288 Jackson street. 238-239
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*
O RENT— Three houses on St. Peter street,
6 rooms each, nice neighborhood, five min
utes walk from postoffice. F. Fahey; 58 East
Third street. 235-240
FOR RENT— New double house, 14 rooms,
each half. M. D. Clark, No. 849 Sherman
street. 2 29
FOR RENT — Two new houses or seven rooms,
cellar, cistern, and woodshed, on Fourth
street, near Maria avenue. Inquire of C . Casey,
next door, No. 698. 222
TO RENT— of six rooms on Ohio
street. Inquire of P. It. McDonnell, grocer,
comer George and Ohio streets, Sixth ward.
FQR"f7ENT— 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 Horse and buegv. Can be
bought cheap. Inquire at 559 Rice street.
FOR SALE— Good building stone at 75c per
A. load, at tho corner of Wacouta and Sixth
streets. They are good for repairing and ma
cadamizing streets. 230-36
I^OR SALE— Or rent, house and lot. Inquire
X of Thos. Preston, 405 Selby avenue
FOR SALE OR RENT— acres, one mile
from postoffiee; bast stone quarry in Rice
county. I furnish all stone for state institu
tions, Shattuck schools, St. Mary's Hall and all
public buildings, located hero, patent lime kilc,
four dwellings, one st ne, \>no frame barn, one
at ne barn connected w th blacksmith shop, etc.
Twenty-five acres, containing the quarry and im
prov ments, will be sold or rented separately, if
desired, I eason for selling— old age and poor
hedth. Apply t» Philip Cromer, Faribault,
"Jnn- ■ - 133* '
FOR SALE— Hotel. Inquire at 357 Robert
street, St. Paul, Minn. 220-235
SUMMIT PARK Property. We have a large
and choice list, A. E. Clark & Co., 315
Jackson street. 235-37
fpOR SALE— The desirable lots: 2
lots corner Pleasant avenue and Sixth street
-2 lots on Rice street, between Iglehart and Til
ton streets; 10 lots 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, 343 Exchange street, city:
___ 223* J
LOTS and money to build on monthly pay
ments. Pioneer Building Society, 856
Jackson street. 126*
LIST your property for sat* »cd orders for
purchases with Geo. H. Hanard, Real
-state and Loan Agent, 170 East Third 'street,
St. Paul. . BO-
WILL loan upon cr buy Life Ins. Policies
L. P. Van Ncim.-ui 8M Jackson. 89
MUSIC A £.
1 f\i *0 P iece * Sheer Music at 5 cents each
JLV/ V' \J for sale by M. C. Thayer, 418 Waba
shaw street, St. Paul and 12 Nicollet avenue
Minneapolis. Sand postage stamps for cat
' _ LOST AND FOUND.
LOST— A large white cow, slight brindle on
neck, with etrap on horns. A reward of
$10 will be paid if returned to 587 Grand ave
__ ' 235-241
FOUND— A liver-colored hunting dog, which
the owner can claim by paying expense?, at
378 Goodhue street, ■*•■-.- 233-35
Tke firm of Dreis & Mitsch ha vine been dissol red
P. J. DREIS
Has established himself in business
CORKER NINTH & ST. PETER STREETS
Where will bo found the finest and best of
Drugs, Perfumery, Toilet Articles, Patent Medi
cines, etc. Also, all kinds of Garden and Flower
Seeds. ■■>.■ .
PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY
~ JOHN WAGENEfiT
IP II (M.
Office on Seventh street bridge and comer* t
Twelfths- d Rcbert. Orders received byti-e
■■■■■' ' —' ■ ■' 'I II ■»
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.
"^*- .*»*"" — -v ■ — ' -
AND TELEGRAPHIC INSTITUTE,
Has long eince established its claims to public favor and has now entered upon its 18th year unit
the most favorable auspices. Send for catalogue giving full particulars. Cer. 3d and Jackson.
________________________ W. A. FADDIS Principal.
MUSICAL INTtBirMENT'B. '
KboNEii ij Mils to m ia it ijs.
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 full, that I shall always rank you as the greatest manufac
turer of the day.— Emma Thursby. »««*«v.
Weber Pianos excel all others in volume of tone and in oowep
of expression— S. Liebling. a power
There are no Pianos in the world that suscain the voice like the
Weber.— Emma Abbott.
se^c^ K. °- MONGER, Agent, St. Paul.
Send for Catalogues.
FAIRBANKS' . ECLIPSE
SCALES! .WIT^D MILLS*
FAIRBANKS, MORSE & CO., ■ 371 JH73 Sibley SW
_______ _ _ . _
WHOLESALE DRY GOODS.
AUEEBACH, FINCH & VAN SUCK.
The Oily L_ttu Dry Goods tee ii tie Nortest.
Competes wUh the Markets ot yew York and Chicago
BOOT AND SHOE DSAL_l<_. ~ ~
SPRING STYLES OF SHOES.
SCHLIEK & CO., - ... 89 E. THIRD STREET.
THE LEADING SHOE HOUSE OP ST. PAUL.
Tho Only Complete Stock of Spring and Summer Styles of Boots.
Shoes and Slippers in the West.
Sola Agency for BURT'S, Gray's, Reynold's, and many other leading makes. One price to all.
trill IIT & Hilt 30 mM m
IJ II villi m lfilll.ll i 9 gt. Pail. Mia.
-. - WHOLESALE DEALERS.
NOTES BROS. & CUTLER,
IMPOItTEMS & WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
68 and 70 Sibley Street, Corner Fifth, - - - St. Fan 1 , Minn
146 EAST THIRD STREET
Flour and Saw Mi
FOR 3 __.____,
OB BENT, ON EASY TEBMS,
In the finest location in the Red River Valley^js
a new mill with splendid reputation, and sur
rounded by an abundance of timber. Men in- 1
inqruiring, apply to
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Coal and Iron Co.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
GMd, Wood, Geiß
T. D. BARTON, AGENT,
-£_ Jackson Street, ■ ■ ■ St, Paul.
KENNEY & HUDNER;
103 and 105 West Third Streets
Opposite Metropolitan Hotel
Amentum nfs of Articles of Ijcorporalwn
RXIFE FILLS LUMBER COMMIT.
This is to certify that at a meeting of the stock
holders of Knife Falls Lumber Company (a corpo
ration heretofore organized and acting under laws
of the state of Minnesota,) held at two o'clock in
the afternoon of August 21st, 1883, at its office, in
Saint Paul, Minnesota, at which all of the stock
holders were present in person or by proxy, and all
the stock of said company was represented each of
the following resolutions was voted on. seperately
and each was adopted. All the stock of said com
pany being voted therefor.
First— Resolved, that article 111 of articles of in
corporation of Knife Falls Lumber Company, be
amended so as to read as follows:
Tho amount of capital stock of ssid ameunt of
capital stock of said corporation shall be rive hun
dred thousand dollars, which shall be paid in in
such manner as the directors shall prescribe.
Second— Resolved, that article IV of the articles
of incorporation of this company be changed, so a*
to read-as follows:
The highest amount of indebtedness or liability
to which said corporation shall, at any time be sub
ject, is tho sum of two hundred and fifty thousand
Third— Resolved, that the incorporating articles
of this company be so changed, that article VM
snail read as follows:-- . __;. , _,__
The number of shares in the capital stock of said
corporation shall be five thousand, and the amount
thereof shall be fifty dollars each.
In testimony whereof, said corporation has caused
this certificate to be signed by its president and
secretary, and its corporate seal to be attached.
Dated August 21, 1883.
KNIFE FALLS LUMBER COMPANY,
i Corporate / By H. Brandenburg, President.
( Seal. J Chas. A. Moore, Secretary.
State of Minnesota, )
County of Ramsey. J ss
H. Brandenburg and Charles A. Moore, being
each first duly sworn, doth each for himself say,
that said H. Brandenburg is the president, and said'
Chas. A. Moore is the secretary of Knife Falls
Lumber Company, and that each has read the fore
going certificate, and knows the contents thereof,
and that the same is true; and each affiant further
deposes and says, that the amendments to the ar
ticles of incorporation of said Knife Falls Lumber
Company contained in said certificate, were adopted
at a meeting of the stockholder? of said corpora
tion by a unanimous vote of all the share, and
shareholders of said corporation as in said certifi
cate stated, and that said H Brandenburg has sub
scribed said certificate as such president, and said
Chas. a. Moore has subscribed the same as such
Subscribed and sworn to before me, on this
day of August, A. I). ISB3.
( Notarial seal i CHAS. N. BELL,
-! Ramsey C 0. ,- Notary Public, Ramsev Co.,
( Minn. l a_23__n_w Minnesota.
TAKE NOTICE—Two short born Durham bulls
kept at Dayton avenue dairy. Colter & Co.,
643 Dayton avenue. < 231-37
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