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DAILY WEATHER SHU-BUB.
« Office Chief Signal Offices,
Washington, D. C, Aug. 3!, 9:56 p. m.
Observations taken at the same moment of
time at all stations.
CPPEB MISSISSIPPI VALLEY.
Rar. Th«r. Wind. Weather.
St. Paul 29:82 73 S Fair.
Crosse 20.93 .4 S Cloudy.
Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather.
Bismarck 23.94 6. N Pair.
FortG»rrv 20.84 58 v N • C ear.
Micnedosa 20.90 49 NW Clear.
Moorhead 29.73 CG N Cloudy.
St. "Vincent 29.85 61 NW C ear.
FortBuford 30.04 58 N Clear.
NOBTHEEN BOCK? MOUNTAIN SLOPE.
Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather.
Huron --..8 77 NW Threat.
Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather. I
Daluth 20.81 57 .. Ltllrdu.
DAILY LOCAL MEASf.
Bar. The-. Dew Point. Wind. Weather.
2)..69 74.5 62.8 • S Cloudy.
Amount of rainfrl!, ...; maximum thermoTi
etsr, 84.0; minimum thermometer, 67.0 daily
River, observed height, 2 fee: 1 inch. Fall
in 24 hours, 1 inch.
MoteBarometer corrected for temperature
P. F. Lyons,
Seme-Et b.trnal » oroe, U. 8. A.
Washington. Sept. 1,1 a. m.—Indications
for the Mississippi valley, partly cloudy
weather and local rains, southerly, shifting
to westerly winds; falling, followed by
rising barometer; stationary or slightly
fall in temperature. For the Missouri
valley, partly cloudy weather and local
rains; winds generally shifting and north
erly; rising barometer, stationary or
slight fall in temperature.
CI IV GLOBULE-..
During August there were five box and
two still alarms of fire.
Chief Black, of the fire department, re
turned to the city yesterday.
The committee on schools of the board
of education will meet at 7:30 o'clock this
There will not be a meeting of the
St. Paul chamber of commerce on Mon
The funeral services over the remains of
the late Mrs. S.' Lee Davis, will take
place at 3 p. m. to-day, at Christ church.
Pat Curran, committed to the workhouse
for sixty days, for insulting ladies, eluded
the guards yesterday and made his escape.
L.The postoffice will remain closed on
Monday until 3 o'clock p. m., after which
there will be one delivery and one collec
In the case of Smith & Lewis vs. Fred
Erickson, Judge Simons filed an order
yesterday admitting the olaimants as par
ties to the suit.
A de-ision was rendered by Judge Wil
kin yesterday, denying the motion of
plaintiff for judgment in the case of P.
L. Enappen against Lane K. Stone.
The ornamentation over the front en
trance to the state capitol on Wabashaw
street is to be centered with a mammoth
gold leaf inscription "welcome," and
surrounded with a shower of golden stars.
B. F. Hartley, mayor of Brainerd, for
warded a draft of $500 yesterday to Gov
Hubbard, as the contribution of the peo
ple of that city to the Rochester sufferers,
raised by giving a supper and by private
State Immigration Commissioner Young
has received a magnifient sample of wheat
and oats in the stalk grown on a hillside
near Tongue river, Montana, and is
promised a mammoth sheaf of wheat from
Hayden, Lac qui Parle county, one o'f the
richest agricultural sections of the state.
Lena Burns, an intelligent appearing
young lady of twenty-three, was before
the probate court yesterday on the charge
of insanity. Her insanity is due to relig
ious excitement, and among other odd
fancies she thinks she is the bride of Mar
tin Luther. She was adjudged insane.
We have been shown a crisp new "fiver"
of the First National bank of Livingston,
Montana, which is the 3,006 National bank
of the United States, commenced business
last month. It is elegantly designed and
engraved and bears the signature of C.
Livingston, president, and Fred Wood,
The case of the city against Otta Lin!
dahl and J. Hansen, charged with com
mitting a brutal assault on Frank Ander
son, was to have been tried in the muni
cipal court yesterday afternoon, but when
the case was called the complainant did*
not put in an appearance. The supposi
tion is that he was bribed to leave the
Y. M. C.A.,3C6 Wabashaw street: Young
men's meeting this evening at 8 o'clock.
Services Sunday as follows: Devotional
meeting at 9:30 a. m.; Bible study at 3 p.
m.; gospel meeting and song service at 4
p. m., addiessed by Mr. J. P. Balabanoff.
of Hamilton college. Good singing. All
are cordially invited.
A decision v» as rendered by Judge Brill
yesterday, denying tho application for
jndment, and declaring the assessment in
valid in the case of the City of St, Paul
against the north 100 feet of lot 8 biock 9
St. Paul pr_pcr, being in the matter of
the Wabashaw c*.eet assessment. In giv
ing his decision the court holds that in
making out the tax district the board of
public works proceeded upon a wrong
A party, consisting of the Minnesota
board of state charities and corrections
and the several officers of the penal and
charitable institutions of the state, accom
panied by several prominent citizens, will
leave St. Paul on Sunday night for Louis
ville, Ky., to be in attendance next week
upon the session of the tenth annual
national conference of the board of chari
ties and corrections of the United States,
to beholden in that city. The ninth an
nual conference was held last year at
Madison, Wis. .'"'-■_;- •._;'
Hon. J. F. Meagher, of Mankato, is in
. Thomas W. Ballet., of Louisville, Ky., is
at the Metropolitan.
Judge A. H. Young, of Minneapolis
visited St. Paul yesterday.
Hon. J. B. Weight and wife, of Mount
Vernon, are the guests of Judge Burr.
Dr. Wm. Lee and Dr. R. J. Murpny, of
Washington, D. C, are at the Metro
E. Williams, of the firm of Ingram,
Eitchin & Williams, of Chicago, is stop
ping in St. Paul for a few days.
Everybody Knows It. "~
When you have the Itch, Salt Rheum, Galls,
Skin Eruptions ofjjany kind, and the Piles,
that you know without being told of it, A. P.
Wilkes, B. & E. Zimmerman and E. Stierle, the
druggists, will Bell you Dr. Bosanko's Pile
Remedy for 50 cents, which affords immediate
relief. A sure cure.
Ladies' Merino Vests at 75 cents, a pair, at I
H.E. Mann's, 422Wa__shaw street. I
REGISTER OF DEEDS.
To the Voters of Ramsey County.
I announce myself as a candidate at ou ens
suing election for the office of Register Deed
for this county.
John J. Williams .
St. Paul, August 14,1883.
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., Agents.
The regulur preaching sei /ices at the Central
Presbyterian church will be omitted next Sab
bath. The Sunday school will meet as usual at
12:15 o'clock. ' ; ;
New goods opened daily, at
H. E. Mann's, 422 Wabashaw street.
DAVIS—In this city, at 3:30 a. m., August 29,
1883, of heart disease, Helen Frances, wife of
S. Lee Davis. ';'
Fuceral from Christ church at 3 p. m., Satur- j
div, September 1. Friends invited to attend.
Cleveland, Ohio, papers please copy. J
This powder never varies. A marvel of puri
ty, strength and wholesomenes3. 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 PowdebJCo., 106
Wall street, New York.
\\A Dwelling on Ramsey st.
A Dwelling on Sherman
street. A Dwelling on Otse
go street. $40, $60 and $30
per month respectively.
A choice selection of fur
nished houses in the best
A little store on Mississw
176 East Tliird street.
Do you want a pure, bloom
lug Complexion! If so, a
few applications of Hasan's
MAGNOLIA BALM will grat
ify you to your heart's con
tent. It does away with Sal
lowness, Redness, Pimples,
Blotches, and all diseases and
imperfections of the skin. It
orercomesthe flushed appear
ance of heat, fatigue and ex
citement. It makes a lady of
THIRTY appear but TWEN
TY and so natural, gradual,
and perfect are its effects,
that it is impossible to detect
A GREAT BARGAIN!
Printing Oflce Outfit
JOB AND NEWSPAPER,
AT BOTTOM PRICES.
;■; A full and complete Printer's outfit, compris
ing two job presses, one Prouty ' power press,
complete job department as well as newspaper
supply, long primer, bourgeois, nonpareil type,
full assortment of display type, etc., is offered
for sale very cheap. Will be sold as a whole, or
divided. The Prouty press is nearly new, and is
offered at a bargain. Apply to P. CLARE, Fer
gus Falls, Minn. a_80tf
THE ST. PAUL DAILY GLOBE, SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 1,1883.
FIVE CENTS A LINE
_>■*'._'' :>•,•■'• Males. ''.;.
A YOUNG man, well acquainted in general
merchandise, wishes a position. ' Address
Salesman, Globe office. 288-44
WANTED. Situation by a dry goods sales
man, who speaks Scandinavian and Eng
lish. Can furnish good city reference. Ad
dress O.-H., Globe office. 244-246
WANTED— A No. 1 plumber, and only such
a man. We will give steady employ
ment. Prendergast Bros., 62 E. Third street.
WANTED clerk taat understands
the business. Address C'.erk, Globe office.
ANTED Immediately—Fifty men to work
W on conduit n«"..r V___ais lake. Steady
work to good men through the winter. Apply at
Water Works office, No. 23 East Ftfth street, or
of engineer on work. ; \ -'■_•: 242-44
WANTED —Tinners, at corner Western and
Nelson avenue. 241-47
"ANTED—Two first-class barber?, at 185
V East Seventh street. Adam Schuster.
233* ■ -
WANTED— At the Sauk Center Academy, a
Professor of Penmanship and bock-keen
ing. To one thoroughly competent, a good sala
ry will be given. Must be single and strictly
teirperate. Submit specimens of penmanship
and reference as to qualification to D. J. Cogan,
\»/"ANTEDTwo first-class plumbers, at
* t Kenny & Hudner's, 118 and 120, West
Third street. St. Pan.. 122*
£ 1 IBL WANTED for general housework at
\_T405 Ashland avenue. ,244-45
Q DINING room Girls wanted at 882 Robert
O street, Merchants Dining Hall. 244-250
WANTED For general housework, first
class German or Scandinavian girl. Ap
ply at encp, 52 Gilfillan block. 243-49
WANTED girls for me king garlands.
Apply at Market hall. 243-45
Gl OOD GIRL wanted for general housework.
T Apply at No. 28 ■ Forbes street, between
Ramsey and Pleasant avenue. ' 242-48
WANTED— girl. G; W. Gray, corner
University and Virginia avenue. 242
WANTED or Swede girl for gen
eral housework; none but a competent
girl need apply; 663 East Fourth street, Day
ton's bluff. 241-247
WANTED —An experienced kitchen girl.
Apply on or after Tuesday, at 252 Rice
\JkJ~ ANTEDA competent girl for general
■ If housework, in sma'l family, at 394 East
Tenth street. 237*
WANTED good cook, washer and iroaer.
Big wages. Apply 29 Bluff st. 236*
TO RENT—Fine office, two rooms, 448 Jack
sen street. 238*
FINE SUITE of front offices to rent, cheap.
John M. Lynch, Presley Block. 240-244
FOR RENT— 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 Csmo avenue. Also, a house of seven
rooms. Inquire of J. Cunniff, on premises.
FOR RENT, by the week or month, finely
furnished rooms, single or en suite, at 14
East Seventh street. 244-250
FOR BENTNicely furnished front rooms,
up-stairs, at 427 Oak street. 243-47
ij^OR RENT —Furnished rooms. Inquire at
' No. 375 North Oak street. 238*
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—House, 137 Commercial street.
Good well and cistern. . Pat. Kelly. 243-45
FOR RENT—A house on Bluff street. In
quire at 52 Aurora avenue, corner Grant.
211-44 ': j
FOR RENTA house of three rooms, kitchen,
and woodshed. Apply at 158 Pleasant ave
nue. . 241-245 jj
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 Corners. : = " - . " " 237*
FOR RENT—New double house, 14 rooms,
each half. M. D. Clark, No. 349 Sherman
street. ■-...-• ,---.- '-' .. 22.
TO RENT— of six rooms on . Ohio
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 lake. . 182*
FOR RENT—A house. Inquire at 49 West
Fourth street. 179*
FOR SALE —Chickering grand piano, at a low
price. Address H., this office. 242-245
FOR SALE OR RENT— acres, one mile
from postoffice; best 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 kiln,
four dwellings, one stone, one frame barn, one
st ne barn connected With blacksmith shop, etc.
Twentv-five acres, containing the quarry and im
prove ments, will be sold or rented separately, if
desired. Reason for selling—old age and poor
health. Apply to Philip Cromer, Faribault,
RE ESTATE. ~~~
C_."1 AH A will buy front lots 3 & 4 on
SpJLUUU bluff, block 28, West St. Paul.
2_.Qflf.f_ will buy block 4 of 16 lots on
W OUIJV/ Ohio St., West St. Paul. E. F.
FOR SALE—Lots in all parts of the city,
cheap. John Kelliher, 28 East Third street.
FOR SALE— foUowing 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,
f onting on Seventh street, (end of bridge); 12
lo s in Irvine's addition to West St. Paul; also,
a well established paying business. I Apply to
George W. TurnbuU, 848 Exchange street, city:
LOTS and money to build on monthly pay
ments. Pioneer Building Society, 356
Jackson street. ' 126*
LIST your property for sale and orders for
purchases with Geo. H. Haziard, Reel
Estate and Loan Agent, 170 East Third street,
St. Paul. ■ - 80-
LOST AND FOUND.
STRAYED OR STOLEN— White Bear lake,
August 25, one bay marc; black mane and
tail, two white hind feet; weight 900 pounds and
ten years old. A reward will be glT_iforany
information. Colter & Co., 643 Dayton avenue.
LOST— $75 will be paid for the return of a
ladies' shopping bag and contents, lost
last Tuesday afternoon, and no questions asked.
J. L. Mahan, 154 W. Fifth street. . 244-246
TRAYED OR STOLEN. A bay. horse, five
years old, with heavy black mane and tail. A
reward of $25 will be paid if returnod to Wm.
Thompson. Concord street, Sixth ward. 244-46
.... .- . :. FINANCIAL. ~\
WILL loan upon or bay Life Ins. Policies
W L. P. Van Norman 860 Jackson. 89
_^0H_^t9 MOEE_3Bfl___h__ __BB_HU_HUA ____%_ fiH___BWH____, I
s~* tz_> "cp a nr j
We announce to the public that we have on ex
! • hibition this year a
Which to accumulate
_____? tat- / 7
Have Been Searched.
Will not be on exhibition, but a dislay of all the
Elegant and Substantial Goods for Chil
dren, of all sizes and ages,
TO BE EXHIBITED
May be had at this Establishment, and the Men
and Youth and the Boys and Children
cannot fail to be pleased.
On the Flying Trapeze
Are foolish to wear so little when everything
can be had so cheap'..at this.establishment.
THE FOLLOWING ARE CONSTANTLY WITH THIS AGGRE-
T;v - ■ :-■:;;; . GATION : . -.-^
Master Suits, Master Duster,
Mr. Coat, Br. Pants,
Mr. Bat, Mr. Vest,
Mr. Cap, Mr. Shirt,
Mr. Suspenders, Mr. Underwear,
THE FOLlOWMi FAMILIES WILL ALSO BE HEPRESE5TED :
The Collars, The Umbrellas,
The Cuffs, " The Ties.
And all the people laugh at the Bargains at this
Dsors open from 6:30 a. m. to 9 p. m. Daily,
: Except Sunday.
'One Price' Cliii House, i
Cor. Third and Robert sts., St. Paul.
Our first invoices of Elegant Fall 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.
91 EAST THIRD ST.
Is the time to lay in your stock of
Dry Goods !
For Fall use as everything has been marked
down to the lowest possible notch. - Great
Bargains offered in the
Department, which is fully stocked with Bonnet,
Guinett, Royal Standards, and Belding Bros.'
Gros Grain Silks, black and colored.
Also, a full line of Black and Colored Velvets,
Velveteens, Cashmeres, at fully 20 per cent,
less than you can buy them elsewhere.
Ladies' and Children's Merino Underwear just
opened; Ladies' Muslin Underwear closing
out at less than wholesale prices.
Job Lots of Table Linens and Napkins.
Summer Dress Ginghams and Seersuckers re
duced to 6 l-2c.
Fifteen pair of very fine White Lace Curtains to
be closed out at half price,
Good White Blankets $2.89 per pair, former
103 East Third Street.
FAIRBANKS' ! | " ECLIPSE
STANDARD i SELF-REGULATING
SCALES! WIND MILLS.
FAIRBANKS, MORSE & CO., • 371 & 373 Sibley Street
WHOLESALE DRY GOODS.
AUMBACH, FINCH & VAN SIM,
Tic-Oil. Lea_n.Br. Sosfls House 11 _. Nirtki-t
Competes nijth the Markets of New York, and Chicago
NOYES BROS. & CUTLER,
IMPORTERS & WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
68 and 70 8ibley Street, Corner Fifth, - - - St. Paul, Minn
ARGE LOT OF FURNITURE AT AUCTION
—I will sell at auction at my sale stand, on
the corner of Third and Cedar streets, at 10 a.m,, i
a large lot of parlor, bedroom, dining room and !
kitchen furniture, carpets, etc., etc.
P. T. KAYANAGH,
WANTED— Customers for milk. Dayton
avenue Dairy. On and after August 20
•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 H 7, Globe office. 240*
~~~~ ~T MUSICAL.
-t f\f\f\ pieces Sheet Music at 5 cent- each
1\J U U f or sale by M. C. Thayer, 418 Waba
shaw street, St. Paul and 812 Nicollet avenue
Minneapolis. . Send postage stamps for cat
logue. •,". -.-: .-;;.'.■ .. 150^
[ >MtC tilt Wa-/1.
WANTED— Customers for milk. Dayton
avenue Dairy. On and after August 20
we will be prepared to furnish pure fresh milk,
delivered to any part of the city. Try us and
will guarantee satisfaction. Colter & Cos
Dayton avenue. su,wedu