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• DAILY WEATHER BULL,ETI>.
Office Chief Signal Officer,
Washington, D. C.» A.ng. £0, 9:56 p. m.
Observations taken at the same moment of
tlms at all stations.
UPPER MISSISSIPPI VALLEY.
Bar. Thar. Wind. Weather.
St. Paul 29:95 72 '8 Fair.
La Crosse 30.01 74 8E Clear.
NORTHWEST.
Bar. , Ther. Wind. Weathers
Bismtrc:;. 29.77 77 8E Cluudy.
Fort'iTH?ry 29.88 63 SE Hazy.
■oorhimd' 29.79 72 BE Hazy.
St. cent 2e.90 64 E Cloudy
HOnHBS EOCEY MOUNTAIN' SLOPF.
Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather.
Hi- 2j.06 l£ bE Threat.
LAKE BEGION.
Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather.
Dalit. 'i'JA-J 67 KE Fair.
DAILY LOCAL MEAN!.
Bar. Ther. Daw Point. Wind. Weather.
2j.!«i2 7U.S 62.2 H Fair.
Amount of rainfall, . . . ; maximum thermom
eter, 81.0; minimum thermometer, GO.O daily
range, 23.0
nßiTai. observed height, 2 feet 2 inche3. Fall
in 24 hours, 2 inch.
Koto — Barometer correciel for temperature
aid elevation.
P. F. Lyons,
Servant Biesßl Corpe, U. 8. A.
to-day's weathee.
Washington, Aag. 30, 1 a. in. — Indica
tnns for the upper Mississippi valley,
fair, followed by partly cloudy weather and
local rains, winds mostly southerly, falling
barometer and stationary or rising tem
perature. For the Missouri valley, partly
cloudy weather and local rains, southerly
wind?, stationary or lower barometer,
rising, followed by falling temperature.
<J1 t 1 tiLO HULKS.
John Campbell, a patient at St. Joseph's
hospital, died yesterday from typhoid
fever.
Two back pension allowances were re
ceived by Adjutant General Hawley yester
day, aggregating 2,000.
Oi: Ivlonday next the postoffice will be
closed until 'd o'clock, p. m., after which
one delivery and one collection will be
made.
Guv. liubbard received a'letter yesterday
from A. M. Radclifi, architect, of St. Paul,
inclosing a &£0 check for the Rochester
sufferers.
'■Parson" Davis and Jim Mace are ex
pected to arrive in St. Panl to-morrow.
They give an exhibition at Market hall
on Monday night.
Albrecht, Lanpher & Finch have brought
suit against the American Express com
pany to replevin forty-five large and nine
small bear skins.
An incorrogible boy named Achilles was
before the municipal court yesterday after
noon a3 a candidate for the reform school.
Hi was committed.
The flues in the chimneys of the new
market house having proved very faulty,
extensive remodeling and rebuilding of
the game is in progress.
Mr. Chas. McGee, principal of the Van
Bure:i school, has returned from a visit to
Milwaukee and other cities, where he has
been spending his vacation.
The Dr. Bosanko Medicine company
have sent fifty gross of Dr. Bosanko ? 6
standard remedies to J. R. Haflin, Minne
apolis, to be given away free at the fair.
A special meeting of the Irish national
league will be held in the old court house
at 3 o'clock on Sunday afternoon, to ar
r,°.'.'_-•> for the reception of Thomas Bren
nnu, i he ex-home secretary.
A match game of biise ball has been ar
rau^-d between a nine from the' Minn
eapolis police force and a picked nine from
the coppers of St. PauL It will be played
in the former city next Wednesday.
John Paul, a patient at the county hos
pital, died yesterday from consumption
He "has been ill for three weeks and is sup
posed to have no relatives in St. Paul. The
remains were taken in charge by McCarthy
&■ Donnelly.
An engine on the short linn railroad
collided with a cow near the Fort street
crossing yesterday morning, and the latter
it i- safe to say. never knew what struck
it. A spectator of the affair Btatea that
the slaughter of the . animal was due to
carelessness.
Mr. Edward McKinney on yesterday
rented the first store in his Wabashaw
street block, now in process of completion
The lucky man to secure the handsome
store was Clarence McLain, the Third
street merchant, whom it is understood is
to conduct a wholesale and retail cigar and
tobacco trade in the new place.
A large illustrated volume comprising
the geneology of the Goodrich family oi
Great Britain, the Canadas and the Unite*
States has been purchased and received by
the Minnesota State Historical society and
placed in their rooms at the capitol
Among the prominent, among the many
members of this family in this state ii
Judge Goodrich of St. Paul.
Fred Noot and John Carr, of Zumbrota
• were arraigned before Commissioner Car
dozo yesterday on the charge of counter
feitiu c . When arrested twenty-six spuri
ous h-ilf and dollar coins were found upon
Noot, and three dies were found in th<
possession of Carr. The coins were
wretchedly executed, but they may not
have been finished. The men were held in
in $3,000 each and committed.
Mr. Geo. W. H. Bell has commenced a
jnit in the district court and applied for
an injunction against the city, to gain
possession and restrain the city from ex
tending upon a tract of laud claimed by
the plaintiff and situated in West St. Paul.
The tract is a rectangular piece of land
thirty-three feet wide and 460 feet in
length, and is located in blocks No?. 03 and
110 in West St. Paul. The land has been
taken by the city in the widening of Ber
tha street.
A letter wa3 received by Governor Stod
dard yesterday from Hon. J. B. Grinnell,
of Grinnell, lowa, stating that he had just
honored the governor's draft for $200 for
the relief of the Minnesota cyclone suffer
ers, but that the contribution was from
the people of Grinnell collectively instead
of from himself personally, as had been
previously reported. He further writes
that $180 more was contributed at the
morning service in the Congregational
church in that city last Sabbath and that
they hope to add to it enough to make up
.the sum of $600.
PERSONALS.
Hon. Knute Nelson is at the Merchants.
Hou. EL L. Frazee is at the Merchants.
Chief Black will be back in a day or
two.
Senator Campbell, of Litchfield, is in
town.
J. Simmons, executor of Little Falls, is
at the Merchants.
County Superintendant Reynolds, of
Bice county, is in St. Paul.
H. L. Dousman, St. Louis, formerly of
St. Paul, is at the Metropolitan.
S. V. McDowell, of the Hes3 tobacco
house of Rochester, N. V., is in St. Paul.
John Killean, wife and daughter, Grand
FLANNELS.
Seventh Street !
CORNER OF JACKSON.
GU|ST AVB HBINEMANN,
Corner Seventh, and Jackson streets,
WILL CONTINUE FOR A FEW DAYS LONGER
The Sale of Scarlet, Blue, Grey and White
F" L. -A. IT 3ST El L. S,
7
A IPrices Lower than Ever Before.
Best Lite' Cli, 1 98 nt, ink $1.25.
New Dress Goods, . . New Lace Curtains, by they'd, New all-wool Flannel Suitin s,
New Dress Trimmings, New Lace '-Curtains, by the aU'colors/for 55c, worth 65c,
New Plush Trimmings, piece, "^^ • : ; = New all-wool Flannel Suitings,
New Velvet Ribbons, New Buttons,, V . ... 95c, cheap for $1.25,
New Brocaded Velvet Ribbons, New Cloaks and Dolmans, White, Cream, Pink, Blue Cash-
Novelties in Velvet Ribbons. New Shawls, mere, very cheap, .
New Brocaded Satins, New Neckwear, Crib Blankets, in white, pink,
New Black and Colored Silks, Saxony Yarns, blue, scarlet.
Black & Colored Cashmeres, No. 508, -No. 700, No. 800, 50.900.
The Best, the most Reliable and the Cheapest Cashmeres in the world.
GUSTAVE HEINEMANN. Comer Seventh and Jackson streets,
Rapids, and Mrs. Fairsley, Crooksion, are
at the Clarendon.
R. J. Kenney and 0. S. Ru^g, Glenwood,
are at the Clarendon.
The members of the Catholic Orphans'
association held a mefeiiag last evening
and determined to hold a fair on the 22d
of October at Market hall.
D. K. Hunt, mayor of Redfield, D. T.,
passed through this city yesterday on his
way to attend the Territorial Constitu
tional convention at Sioux Falls.
Mr. Theodore F. Bliss, of the First Na
tional bank, Chicago, who has been spend
ing his summer vacation in this city and
at the surrounding lake resorts, leaves for
home this evening.
Cainille.
The presentation of "Camiile" by the
M'lle Rhea company, at the Opera house
last night, was in most respects the most
enjoyable and artistic performance of the
drama ever given in this city. M'lle Rhea
appeared, of course, in the title role, and
the impersonation was marked by a con
summate finish and repose which lifted
the character from the commonplace level
of the mere adventuress — a light in which
it is too often interpreted by the super
emotional school of aotresses — to the
standard of a distinct creation.
The character is one that has lost caste
by being intrusted too frequently to the
care of simpering mediocrity, which does
not distinguish the shallow and lambent
play of the affections from the deeper
emotions of the heart, which, when turned
aside, flash aud rend with the devastating
and resistless force of the storm cloud.
It in a charact'-r that requires qualities
of heart and soul that rise to heroism. It
is no partial sacrifice that is ctLDanded,no
temporii-ing nor gentle dalliance with fiite.
but all peace, happiness, love, hope, and
this by a woman for the man above
all others &he held dearest, and who if
blinded to the fearful cost by the tacriUce.
The scene between Camiile and Mons
Doval, Arinand's father, in the third act.
fir.-* disclosed the admirable conception
c* the part by M ? lle Rhea.
From the gay and petted darling of the
salon, she became the serious, doubting,
trembling woman, called upon to make
an unheard of sacrifice, anJ one which she
is led to suppose is an imperative condition
of her lover's happiness. To accomplish
this she is .compelled to resort to deceit.
The emotional display throughout this
trying scene was subdued yet fearfully in
tense. There was no passionate outcry,
no silly vaporings, the auditor saw only a
suffering woman, called upon to face one
of the greatest ordeals that can touch the
soul.
The scene in the fourth act where Ar
mand upbraids her for her supposed treach
ery and infidelity was in itself a perfect
picture, the ensemble being very fine. The
death scene was realistically intense
In the pale face, sunken cheeks,
and hollow eyes one did not see a deft
artifice in make-up, and at the last the
limbs were rigid, the eyes became glazed
and fixed, while the face seemed to put on
a marble pallor.
Mr. Win. Harris made an admirable
Armand; he raised the character above
mediocrity, and appeared as the lover
warm, sensitive, impulsive and indignant
at turns. |Mr. Wilson as
Mons Duval was excellent, and
as the count Mr. Cooper did some finished
acting. Mrs. Wren was especially enjoya
ble as Madame Prudence and Miss Maeder,
Miss Lindeman and Miss Hall were grace
ful, while the costumes were beautiful and
rich. The support was very even, and the
large audience seemed to enjoy the per
formance keenly.
This evening vAnu An Unequal Match" will
be given, and in order to accommodate
Minneapolis patrons a return train will
leave for that city after the performance.
The Great Western Hand
Will give a grand concert at Grote's Tivoli to
night. .^___
'"Life is too short for poor clothes, poor food
and poor coir panions," therefore, see to it that
your measure is left with "Ely, of Chicago,"
who enjoys such an enviable reputation of being
a thorough master of his profession. He will
beat the '"Merchants" Wednesday and Thursday
next, only.
Everybody Knows It.
When you have the Itch, Salt Rheum, Galls,
or Skin Eruptions of any kind, and the Piles,
that you know without being told of it, A. P.
Wilkes, B. &E . Zimmerman and E. Stierle, the
druggists, will sell you Dr. Bosanko's Pile
Remedy for 50 cents, which affords immediate
relief. ABurecure.
The regulur preaching services at the Or.tral
Presbyterian church will be omittkl next Sab
bath. The Sunday school will meet as usual at
12:15 o'clock.
A Ileavy Failure.
An assignment was made yesterday, for
the benefit of his creditors, by Mr. Samuel
M. Halliday, dealer and jobber in paper,
tinnies, etc., his place of business being
on Robert, near Third street. The place
was closed on an attachment sworn out by
Hamilton Bros. & Co:, to secure a debt of
nearly $44G. The business was assigned
to Mr. E. R. Otis, on recommendation of
Mr. J. N. Roger?, the attorney. Yesterday
evening several additional attachments
were issued against the firm, the affairs of
whicb, from what could be learned, are in
a very bad condition, the failure being dv 5
to depression cfj h i paper trade an! the
great redaction m price?.
As nearly as can be ascertained the lia
bilities will foot op $25,000. most if which
is owed to the Beloit Paper Mill Manufac
turing company. The other creditors sue
in Milwaukee and Chicago. The assets are
estimated at $15,000 to $20,000.
Grand Concert.
The Great Western band will give a grand con
cert to-night at Giote's Tivoli.
Notice.
There will be a special meeting of the Pius
IX Benevolent society, this Friday evening, Aug.
31. Business of importance. .' ' -'. '•
• By order of the President. ■
Geo. W. Anderson, Secretary.
Concerning Imported Cigars.
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., lgents.
HEUISTKK OF DEKIJS.
To the Voters of Kamsey Couuty.
I announce myself as a candidate at on en
suing election for the office of Register ' Deeds
for this county. • - >
John J. Williams.
St. Paul, August 11, 1883.
Want of Faith.
A. P. Wilkes, R. & E. Zimmerman arid E
Stierle, the druggists, have such faith in Dr
Bosanko's Cough and Lun^ Syrup «s a remedy
for coughs, colds, consumption and lung nf£ec—
tions that they will give a bottle f roe to ii.l.
Step.
DAVIS— In this city, at H:% a. m., August 29,
ItBB, of heart disease, Helen Frances, wife of
S. Lee DaTis.«
Faf eral from Chris; church at 3 p. m.,Satnr
day, Septenibor 1 . Friends invited to attend.
Cleveland, Ohio, papers plea copy.
WALSIIE— In Chicago, Illinois, August HO,
1853,* Anne^Henrietta Walshe, formerly of this
city.
Funeral sei vices at Church of the Good Shep
herd, corner Twelfth and Cedar streets, at -.30
p. m., to-day, (Friday.) Friends are invited to
attend.
Absolutely Pure*
This powder never yarios. A marvel of puri
ty, strength and wholesomeness . More economi
cal than tko ordinary kinds, and cannot be Bold
in competition with the multitudes of low test,
short weight, alum or phosphate powders. Sold
only in cans. Royal Baking Powieb]Co., 106
Wall street, Naw York.
DISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERSHIP.
St. Paul, August 21, 1883.
The copartnership heretofore existing between
Frank E. Loomis, Timothy Keefe and Wm. J.
McGinnis, under the name and style St. Paul
Dry Plate company, has this day been dissolved
by mutual agreement, F. E. Loomis retiring'
from the concern.
All accounts payable to and all indebtedness
appearing upon the books of the concern are as
sumed by the new firm, consisting of J. A. Ilor
ton, Timothy Keefe and Wm. J. McGinnis, who
continue the business of the concern under the
name and style ST. PAUL DRY PLATE CO.
241-43
B ASH, BLIHDB. 40.
(lacorp irattd i, Manufacturers of
Doors, Sasli, Blinds, &c,
Hard Wood Finish a Specialty,
Offices at corner Eighth and Jackson anda
Seven Cnrnom and Eaela Rtrpet
a wo cxMMjrx.
AKCIEHTOBDEB HIBERNIANS, Division
J\. No. 3, will hold a special meeting Friday,
August 31, at St. Patrick's hall, corner Third
and Cedar streets, at 7:30 p. m., for bnsicess of
importance. P. Hogan, President. 242-3
REAL ESTATE.
FORSALE.
10 j Acres in Northwestern pa^t of the city,
knows as Hyde Park additi v.. Street care
within three qiWters of a mile of th tract and
likely soon to be extended through it. Worthy
the consideration of capital sts. Hava recently
6old two blocks, will Eell as a whole or in small
parcels.
A block in Summit Park addition .
The Lockwood addition, consisting of four
blocks north of the Nel-on Lumber Company,
between Arcade and Forest streets. The latter
will soon be graded to Seventh 6treet. Will sell
single block.
An eligible corner on Marshall avenue.
A beautiful lot on Dayton avenue fronting
south and near street cars .
Lots in Asylnm addition, Fort street.
A fixe lot on Burr street.
The most elegant residence in the city, on the
best street.
Fifty feet on Sixth street.
One hundred feet on Third street.
One of the best corners on Fourth etreet.
Fifty feet on Robert, near Sixth street.
Improve l business property on Third street,
and on Seventh street.
Other properties too numerous to mention in
cix inches of space.
FOR RENT— Store So. 56C Broadway,
Money to Loan on improved eit . "roperty.
COCHRAN &
NEWPORT,
176 East Third street.
S. LEE DAVIS,
R331 btdi bI intpp Lhb.
860 Jackson Street, St. Paul, Minn.
Investments made and taxes paid for non
residents.
FIR SALE — Jackson street property, special
bargain, 100x150 feet, at the corner of Jack
on and Twelfth streets, for sale by S. Lee Davis,
60 Jackson street. IEO*
nnfs
Heal Estate.
354 Jackson Street, St. Paul.
Houses, Lots. Blocks. Acres &, Business Property
HEZEKIAH HALL. B. F. HAT.T..
HALL BROTHERS,
Real Estate
Corner Third and Eober Streetf , in the Saving
Bar.k.
3T. PAUL. - MINN.
TEEPLB & HOSKEN,
Real Estate and Loan Brokers
No. 63 East Third Street.
ST. PAUL, - - - MINN.
R. W. JOHNSON,
Real Estate Agent,
Mannheimer Block, Room 11.
ST. PAUL, - - - MINN.
C. J. KPCABTHY^ J. G. DONNELx.I
MCABTHY & DONNELLY.
UNDERTAKERS.
MWabartaw Street Opposite Post ofiici
Calls answered at all hoars. Embalmin
a specialty. Best hearse in the city, and fines
carriages at lowest rates. Funeral* conducted
and satisfaction sruarantead*
FRANKLIN MACHINE WORKS
BOBERT SIGEL, Proprietor,
Manufacturer of Pnlleys and Mill Machinery.
Special attention given to Repairing Bteam
Engines, Pumps, etc.
Corner S xth and Cedar ***'t».
ST. PAUL, MINN. \.%
FIVE TENTS A USE!
.SITUATIONS WANTED.
Males.
A YOUNG man, well acquainted in general
merchandise, wishes a position . Address
Salesman, Globe office. 238-44
SITUATIONS OFFERED.
Mules.
WNTED— Feed boys at S eenstta & Glenn's,
ww 317 Wahashaw street. .■'■■.■. ■'■': , 243
WANTED — A man to travel for a wholesale
house, $30 a week. P. M. Hanney, 241
Illinois street, Chicago, 111. ~ 243
WANTED— Grocery clerk that understands
the business. Addrpps Clerk, Globe office.
243*
\l 7 ANTED Immediately— Fifty men to work
»' on conduit near Vadnaia lake. Steady
work to good men through the winter. Apply at
Water Works office, No. S3 East Ftfth 1 reet^ or
of engineer on work. 242-44
V\T ANTED Tinners, at corner Western and
v T Nelson avenue. 241-47
WANTED— Actire boy, well recommended,
w v living with parents. Diamond Jo Line
Dock. 24 -243
n* ANTED — Two . lirst-class barber, at 185
1 V East Seventh street. Adam Schuster.
■ ... -..• • - 233* . . , ■
WANTED— At the Sauk Center Academy, a
Professor of Penmanship and bock-keep
ing. To one thoroughly competent, a good sala
ry will be given. Must be bincle and strictly
temperate. Submit, specimens of penmanship
and reference as to qualification to D. J. Cogan.
Principal. 233*
ANTED— first-class plumbers, at
*» Kenny & Hudner's, 113 and 120, West
Third street, St . Pan... 122*
J-'eimih-.s.
TXT ANTED For general housework, first
' v class German or Scandinavian girl. Ap
ply at ence, 52 Gilnllan bock. 243-19
WANTED— girls for making gaVlands.
Apply at Market hall. -2i3-45
/ "' OOD G11!L wante 3 for general h msewoi k.
VjT Apply at No 28 Forbes street, between
Ramsey and Pleasant avenue: 212-4.8
\\T ANTED— rood jjirl. G. W . Gray, corner
V* University and Virginia avenue. "212
\\7"'A-^TED — Gern:aa or Swede girl for gen-
M end housework; vane but a competent
eirl need apply; 6t3 East Fourth street, Day
ton's bluff. " 241-247
WANTED — An experienced ki chen girl.
Apply on or after Tuesday, at 252 Hice
street. * * 238-244
XXTANTED — A competent girl for general
V v housewoik, in sma 1 family, at 3t4 East
Tenth street. 237*
ANTED — Twenty good carpet sewers at
Vt once. Call at John Matheis' carpet store,
No. 17 East Third street. 237-43
WANTED — A good cook, washer and iroaer,
Big wages. Apply 29 Bluff st. 236*
TO BBlfX
nno RENT— office, two rooms, 443 Jack-
X s»n street. 238*
FINE SUITE of bant offices to rent, cheap.
_ John M. Lynch. Pp^W Klock. 240-244
FOR RENT— store in West St. Paul,
suitable or any kind of business . Can be
used for boarding house if desired. Corner
Sixth street and Dakota ax-on no. 2's*
FOR KENT — A store on comer liice street
and Como avenue. Also, a house of seven
rooms. Inquire of J. Ctmaiff, on premises.
206*
Room*.
FOR RENT — A pleasant front parlor, on first
floor, to two gentlemen, or gent'eroan and
wife, in a quiet private family; terms ?12 per
month; street cars pasa dour: 180 University
avenue. 243
FOR Rf.NT — furnished front room?,
np-stair.*, at 427 Oak street. 243-47
FOR RENT — Fifteen rooms over stores on
Broadway near Mississippi fatreet, suitable
for boarding house. Inquire on premi.=os. J.
51. Cooley. * 212-243
Tj*Oß RENT— Furnished rooms. Inquire at
J. No. 375 North Oak sires*. " 2SS*
A NICELY furnished front loom ou first floor,
I\. with porch and shade trees on Sixth, be
tween Minnesota and Robert. Inquire at No,
100 Kasr Sixth street, 9"Q*
llfiUMff,
FOR RENT— House, 137 Commercial street.
J; Good well and cistern. Pat. Kelly. 243-45
FOR RENT— A house on Bluff street. In
quire at 52 Aurora avenue, corner Grant.
2*l-44
FOR KENT— A house of three rooms, kitchen
and woodshed. Apply at 158 Pleasant ave
nue. 241-245
FOR RENT— Basement, with use of sand cel
lar and water, suitable for business or liv
ing purposes. Apply to N. Gross, West Third
street, Seven Corner.-. 237*
FOR RENT— New double house, 14 rooms,
each half. M. D. Clark, No. 349 Sherman
street. 229
FOR RENT — new houses or seven rooms,
cellar, cistern, and wo.'dshed, on Fourth
street, near Maria avenue. Inquire of C. Casey,
next 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.
175* .
FOR RENT— The Weber residence at White
Bear Lake, furnished or unfurnished. Ap
ply at Ramaley's Pavilion, Cottage Park station,
White Bear lak«. • 18;:*
FOR RENT- A house. Inquire at 49 West
Fourth street. . . / 179*
FOii sale. !
FOB SALE — Checkering grand piauo, at a low
price. Address H., this office. 242-215
l?OR SALE OR RENT— IOS acres, one mile
X. from postoffice; best 6tone quarry in Rice
county. I furnish all stone for state institu
tions, Shattnck schools, St. Mary'- Hall and all
public buildings, located hero; patent lime kil ,
four dwell ngs, one st ne. »ne frame barn, one
st ne bam connected w th blacksmith shop, etc.
Twent' -five acres, containing the quarry and im
prov men! will b a sold or rented separately, if
desired. > eason for selling — old age and poor
health. Apply tj Philip Cromer, Faribault,
Minn. 139*
REAL ESTATE.
NO cash down if you build; lots on Martin
±1 street. R. G. Mackay, Presley block. 243
OR SALE— Lots in all parts of the city,
cheap. John Kelliher, 28 East Third street.
238*
FOR SALE— Lot 19, block 6, in Woodland
Park; lot 8, block 6, in Fuller's addition,
with house, by C. Niemann, 165 Martin street.
- 287-43 .;"_ . c .. ■
FOR SALE— following desirable lots: 2
J. 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, 848 Exchange street, city:
223* /
LOTS and money to build on monthly pay-
I i ments. Pioneer Building Society, 356
Jackson street. 126*
IST your property tor sai^j ana orders for
.J purchases with Geo. E. Hazzard, Real
Estate and Loan Agent, 170 East Third street,
at. Paul. ■ SO'
MUSICAL.
■i [\ f\ f\ pieces Shaet Music at 5 cents each
XU I > \f for sale by M. C . Thayer, 418 Waba
6haw street, St. Paul and 3 1.2 Nicollet avenue
Minneapolis. S«^"i postals stamps for cat
loguo. . 150*
CLOTHIERS.
JUST IN!
Our first invoices of Elegant Pall Clothing,
the pick of the eastern markets. . We are daily
receiving goods which, in quality and style, have
never before been seen in this city.
Come and see for yourself.
Mill 1 lilill IlllvMt^
91 EAST THIRD ST.
BUSINESS COLLEGES.
AND TELEGRAPHIC INSTITUTE,
Hsu long since established its claims to public favor and has now entered upon its 18th year unit
the most favorable auspices. Bond for catalogue giving full particulars. Car. Sd and Jackeon.
W. A. FADI>IS Principal.
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.
Wh,Bjiß PIANOS.
MiwMpil If Artists i Best ii i 11.
I know of nono 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 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 suscain the voice like the
Weber. — Emma Abbott.
R. 0. MUNGKER, Agent, St. Paul.
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STANDARD SCALES.
FAIEBANKb' 1 ECLIPSE
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STANDARD \ SELF-REGULATING
SCALES! WIND MI L S.
FAIRBANKS, MORSE & CO., w 371 & 373 SiMey Street
WHOLESALE DRY GOODS.
AUERBACH, FINCH & VAN . SITCK.
Til Oil! Mm Bry vkh Hesse ii lie Ssrtkiat .
ComyptPA with th**. Jlffirkets of New York and Chiwirto
EOO 1 * AND BUOS PBAJJBKO
SPRING STYLES OF SHOES.
SiIIIEK & CO., ' ■ - 8!) E. THIRD STREET.
THE LEADING SHOE HOUSE OP ST. PAUL.
The Only Complete Stock of Spring and Summer Stylos of Boots,,
Shoes and Slippers in the West.
Bole Agency Tor HURT'S, Gray's, Reynold's, and many other leading mates. One price to all.
= FINE TAILORING.
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WHOLESALE DEALERS.
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NOYES BROS. & CUTLER,
| IMPORTERS & WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
68 and 70 Sib ley Street, Corner Fifth, - St. Paul, Minn
KAVANAGH'S AUCTION.
T ARGE LOT OF FURNITURE AT AUCTION
LARGE LOT OF auction my AT AUCTION
— I will sell at auction at my sale stand, on
the corner of Third and Cedar streets, at 10 a.m,,
a large lot of parlor, bedroom, dining room and
kitchen furniture, carpets, etc., etc.
P. T. KAVANAGH,
242-244 ■ Auctioneer.
LOST AND FOUND.
STRAYED OK STOLEN— At White Bear lake,
August 25, one bay mare; black mane and
tail, two white hind feet; weight 900 pounds and
ten years old. A reward will be gvaiforaay
information . Colter & Co., 643 Dayton avenue.
241-45
— Ladies' shopping bag, containinS
pocket book, small amount of money, hand
kerchief, ear rings, etc. A liberal reward will
be paid if returned to I. L. Maha-7, 164 West
Fifth street. 241-243
FINANCIAL.
WILL loan upon or buy Life Ins. Poli ies
L. P. Van Norman 860 Jackson. 8>
MISCELLANEOUS.
(jjlOK REWARD— I will pay the above re-
Vp+~ *~) ward for the arrest of the parties, who
on the night of the 27th August cut and other
wise defaced with a knife, Fort street car No.
50. Supposed to have been done by four men
who got off the car at the Short Line crossing
about 10:30 p. m. H. M. Littell, Superintend
ent. 242-43
WANTED— for milk. Dayton
avenue Dairy. On and after August £0
we will be prepared to furnish pure fresh milk,
delivered to any part of the city. Try us and
we will guarantee satisfaction . Colter & Co,,
643 Dayton avenue. 242-245
WANTED -An unfurnished room. Must be
within four blocks of Seven corners, refe
erence-given. Address H7, Globe office, - 240*
. ] gUDKRTAKKBS '
STEBS BROS..
[Established 1850.] : U ; -
Manufacturers of Furniture. Live Geese Feath
/^ era and Mattresses.
1 uneral Directors. Sole Agents for Metallic
Burial Caskets and C&eef, Cloth ard Wocd
Caskets .
Corner Third and Minnesota Sts.
TAILOSINQ.
146 SiST TRIED STREET
STEAM
Flour and Saw Mill
FOR 3 ALE,
OB BENT, ON EASY TEBMS,
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
M A. CHRISTIAN,
09satttu3w Turtle River, D. T
SUPERIOR
Coal and Iron Co.
> 3 Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Goal, Wood, CoMPiglri
T. D. BARTON, AGENT,
354 Jackson Street, • • • St Paal.
GAS FJXMeT
KENNEY & HUDNER,
103 anil 105 West Third Street
p oeire Metrurx>Htan Hotel

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