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Observations taken at the : came moment of
time ci. all eiatioLs.
Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather.
St. Paul.'.' : 30.18 33 NW Clear.
Bt.Louis .......30.16 49 NW . Clear.
La Crosse 80.13 ; . 36 NW Clear.
Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather.
Bismarck 30.54 26 NW Clear.
Fort Garry ..80.47 10 N Clear.
Minnedossa......Se.47 8 NW Clear.
Moorhead 30.42 17 N Clear.
Quappelle 80.36 13 SW Clear.
8:. Vincent 80.45 1 N Clear.
NOBTHEBH BOCKY MOUNTAIN SLOP*.
B-if. Tber. Wind. Weather.
Ft. Assicaboine.. 28 . E . Clear.
Ft. 8uf0rd...... 89.54 19 W Clear.
Ft. Custer 30.45 vB4 SE Fair.
Helena, M. T.... 80.30 89 SW Clear.
Huron, Dak 30.51 26 W Clear.
Medicine Hat.... 88 8 Clear.
Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather.
Duluth 80.08 23 NW Clear.
Chicag0..........30.05 41 NW Clear.
HIJUDLE EASTERN BOCKT MOUNTAIN SLOPE.
Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather.
Denver ........ 80.56 87 8 Cle'r.
Dodge City:..... 80.55 40 SE Clear.
Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather.
Leavenworth 80.89 44 N Clear.
0maha.........30. 36 NW Clear.
DAILY LOCAL MBAN3.
Bar. Thar. Dew Point. Wind. Weather.
29.624 27.2 25.8 NW Clear.
Amount of melted snow, .00, maximum thei
momster, 44.5; minimum thermometer, 32.5;
daily range, 12.0.
Noteßarometer corrected for temperature
P. F. Lyons,
Sers3snt Oignal Corps, D. S. A,
Washington, Dae. 2. 1 a. m.lndica
tions tor the upper Mississippi and
Missouri valleys, colder, fair weather;
northerly winds, becoming variable; rising
bp.iometer, followed in re northern por
tions by falling barometer and winds
Thtrft were 373 lodgers in the hotel de
tramp in November.
Sheriff O'Gormr.n landed Fred. Rowley
and James Shea at Stillwater yesterday.
Fire alarm pales are being put up on
Fifth street from Wabashaw to Jackson
A decree of dismissal was entered by
Judge Nelson yesterday in the case of
Su:xh I, Jones against Matilda Van Do
Billiard rooms are being opened on
Wabashaw street in what were formerly
used as dining rooms, next door to St.
Max Eibert filed a suit for judgment for
$250 in the district court yesterday against
the St. Paul Academy of Natural science
for rent of a room in Elbert's block.
Sheriff Geo. Davis, of Wright county,
passed through the oity yesterday with
Michael Garr, nnder sentence of two and
one-half years in the Stillwater prison for
The city employes were paid their No
vember salaries yesterday, the amount re
ceived being $14,000. The school inarms
were also paid their November, stipends,
amounting in all to $12,000.
All the total abstinence societies of
Ramsey county will meet this (Sunday)
afternoon at 3 o'clock p. m. at Crusaders'
hall, Wabashaw and Sixth streets. The
public are cordially invited to attend.
An immense steam tubular boiler in
oourse of transportation on wagon wheels
was left on Wabashaw street near the oor
ner of Fifth last evening, it not being
considered safe to move it further aft*r
night set in.
The condition of J. Irwin, the unfortu
nate man who fell into a pit at elevator B
Friday night and had his limbs mangled,
is very critical. Dr. Auoker, who has the
case in charge, expresses the fear that
both legs will have to be amputated.
During advent Rt. Rev. Bishop Ireland
will deliver at the cathedral at 7:30 p. m.
Sunday evenings, a series of fonr]sermons
on the "Religious Revolution of the 16th
Century." The first of the course this
evening will be on "Martin Luther."
" The condition of Ellen Kelly, the young
girl who destroyed her infant, was not im
proved yesterday and the poor creature is
greatly distressed in both mind and body.
It is now clearly established that the young
man who caused her downfall is Michael
Connors, the son of a farmer living near
Parties broke into a side window of
John Lilly's house in the rear of his sa
loon, near the Mississippi. street brdge, at
7:30 last evening, and abstracted $250 from
a bureau drawer. He was at the city hall
at 10 o'clock last night, making known his
loss nnd endeavoring to give the officers
some clue to the rascals.
QDr. Hoyt, the oonnty physician, has re
cently made a personal inspection of the
power system of St. Paul and his report is
most favorable. He states that the sewer
age of the city is in first class condition
and that the trumped up accounts of bad
drainage, foul air, etc., of an unreliable
St. Paul daily, are mere humbug.
Yesterday City Clerk Prendergast re
ceived a photograph from Hon. Edmund
Rice, who is on a visit to Las Vegas, New
Mexico. It represents a party of tourists
astride of Mexican mustang ponies, prom
inent among which looms the stalwart fig
ure of our ex-mayor, Mr. Rice, the photo
being a faithful likeness of the original.
There were a number of men engaged
in a drunken street affray in front of
Montgomery's saloon on Jackson street
between 9J and 10 o'clock last night, in
flicting wounds with fists and beer mugs.
Of these the officers captured Paul Webbey
and George Wilder, the latter having a
newly-raised Indian mound as large as a
pomegranite uuder his right eye.
Postmaster Day received a communica
tion yesterday from the first assistant
postmaster of the department at Wash
ington, in which a rale is formulated to
the effect that all blank books passing
• through the mails shall be rated as mer
chandise or fourth class matter.' This
merely sustains the deoision of Dr. Day in
the controversy with the St. Paul Book and
Stationery oompaay, in which the latter
appealed from his decision to the author
ities at Washington.
The danger of making love through the
telephone ■-* illustrated one night last
week when an employe of the oity engin
eer's office called up a down town concern
and asked his girl to meet him at 8 o'clock,
ha young lady being an employ* of
the store. It happened that the only
man on deck was the watohman, who an
swered the call, and answered in a falsetto
"all right." He gave the snap . away and
the yoang man with the burnsides ' is now
setting 'em up.
Tne only case before hizzoner at ; the
police court yesterday was that of Dora
Brown, who was arrested on Friday night
in a beastly state of intoxication. When
arraigned before the oonrt yesterday ike
pitseiitert v sad and pitiful spectacle. The :
trp.ces of a protracted debauch were visible ■
if; her countenance and her eight's impris
onment at the city hall made her appear,
mora miserable. She explained '■_ that she
had been employed in Hudson and that
upon corning to St. Paul she became reek
leas and got ' off the track. She was com
mitted for thirty days.
A twenty-five foot front of asphalt blocks
which were manufactured in West: St.
Paul were laid in front of the cathedral
school on Wabashaw street yesterday, Ito
give a practical-test of their non slipping
and frost upheaving qualities and the per
manency and durability of the material
as compared with granite or wooden walks.
lit a recent meeting of the chamber of
commerce a Mr. Conger showed one of
these blocks whioh bad been laid in front
ot the treasury buildings in Washington
for seven years and which had been worn
down by almost constant travel at that
point during that time but one-sixth of an
inch. s . ,
G. B. Cosly, adjutant general of Cali
fornia, is corresponding with the adjutant
generals of the several states in reference
to nsing their influence ;. to memorialize
congress to pass a bill to enable the secre
tary of war to withdraw the twelve pound
howitzers now in use by the National
guard and replace the same with machine
guns of the Lowell or Gatling make. He
claims that the Parrots are . too heavy to
be handled with untrained horses and that
the machine guns, .which are .of light
weight, could be drawn by hand and in
case of service could be handled much
more efectually. The Minnesota delega
tion will be asked to give the measure
their support. ---y''..y'y:yi.
Silverware and Jewelry.
In the latest novelties that the eastern markets
present for the holiday trade, can be found at
John Pfisters, No. 215 East Seventh street.
Geist, the jeweler, has the stock to suit .holi
Card cases! .
IjaJies' dressing cases!
Gentlemen*' dressing cases!
All in the handsomest leather designs and
manufactured expressly for holiday presents at
W. 11. Garland's trunk stores, No. 59 East Third
street, and 338 Jackson street.
Merry Christmas !
And the most extensive lot of Merry Christmas
presents you ever saw at John Plister's jewelry
store, No, 215 East Seventh street.- The hand
somest display of holiday goods in the city.
Allen's Iron Tonic Bitters stirs up the torpid
Liver to action, and knocks Dyspepsia higher
than a kite. All genuine bear the signature of
J. P. Allen, Druggist, St. Paul, Minn. '
Christmas goods in pitches, fine jewelry and
rings at Emil Geist's store.
Sau Paulo Colony, Florida.
We are now enabled and authorized on receipt
of a telegram from Florida under date of 3:15
p. m. December Ist inst., seat to G. L. DeLong,
Presley block, room 6, general agent of tho San
Pt.ulj Co'.ony company, to state that* the most
favorable location in every respect, in a central,
high and healthy position, near railroad and
water communications, has been found and se
cured by the general manager of the company,
L. V. DeLong, now in Florida. Full particu
lars will be furnished the public very soon.
The Ifampltia watch in a fine gold or silve
case will make a nice Christmas present; Emil
Geist is the man who sells them, 85 east Third.
The celebrated Sohmer grand piano will be
used at the concert in Market hall to-morrow
evening. It wiil be furnished from Mrs. M. C.
Thayer's music store, 418 Wabashaw street.
No. 215 East Seventh street, has now in stock
the handsomest line of Jewelry, Silverware, etc.,
for the holiday trade, ever shown in this city.
Call and see the display whether you want to
purchase or not. " ■,""• '■■:•.[ ;..•;•;■::,'-"
Look around now for Christmast. Emil Geist
it glad to show you his fine jewelry, watches,
cases, jewel cases, etc.
Ruga—all sizes, new designs, handsome goods,
now bindings goods St. Paul ever saw, at
John Matheis', 17 East Third street.
Solid silver and fine Rogers & Wilcox plated
goods in greatest variety at Geist's.
FLANAGAN— At her residence, corner el Sixth
and Minnesota streets, Thursday, Not. 29, at
11 p. m., Mrs. Julia Flanagan, wife of the
late James Flanagan. '
Funeral Monday at 9a. m. Friends invited
■ La Salle, 111., papers please copy.
i n ■
This powder never varies. A marvel ofjpuri
ty, strength and wholeeomenees. 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 can*. BovAii Baking Powdeb Co., 106
Wall street, New York. .
jO--* r r ' *~\3~ ~*"^ i:^^— 3^ BEST
Tee-Li' extracted without pain. All work gnai^
antee.l. Dr.Cullum, 41 East 3d St., Cor. Cedar.
3ABK. J!I,I3IJg. At. ■ ' '■
3e CD I *^ i II ~" S7
Storm Sad, in Stock.
WOOD MANTLES," BOOK CASES, &c., made
ggHgAgBBS^ to order.
Salesroom— and Jackson streets. * Fact • -
J^ry—Eagle street and Seven corners. .' I —l
THE ST. PAUL SINDAT GLOBS, SUKDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 2, 188?,
BLANKET DEPARTMENT I
'N. W. Cor. Seventh and Jackson streets.
104, 114,124,144,164 Blankets, at Auction Prices!
(^flLj^S^yv fcfrv' %**_& _§_s
We sell 104,114,124, 144, 164 White & Colored Blankets,
In Plain and Embroidered, at such low prices, that will surprise you, the fact that everybody is
selling cheap notwithstanding. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. . v ri-f-,
GUSTAYE HBJbNTJEMIA.NN", .'
lN":"W"- Corner Seventh, and Jackson streets.
tad ' Concert!
Sunday Evening, Dee. 2d.
Admission, - - 25 Cents.
To the Ladies!
I am retiring from tho Fancy Goods business,,
and offer my entire stock of Embroideries,
commenced and finished, and Material for all
kinds of Embroideries, Zephyrs, Yarns, Hand
Knit Goods, etc., with my entire stock of line
Holiday Goods, at and below cost. I will give
you good bargains. Call and see me.
MRS. O. HERWEGEN,
No. 37 West Third street, gt. Paul.
JOHN J. O'LEARY, Jr., and
SAMUEL F. O'LEARY,
Have this day beea admitted as partners ia onr
STYLE OF FIRM TO BE *
JOHN J. O'LEARY & SONS.
■ J. J. O'LEARY.
St. Paul, DsoemlMr 1,1883. 335-887
NEW TACOMA, W. T.
F. T. OLDS & vi.,
Made in city and farm property, timber and
coal lands. Buildings erected. Loans nego
tiated. Rents collected. Taxes paid, etc. The
building department will be in charge of a com
petent and reliable architect.
References: Banks of New Tacoma and Ro
chester, Minn. Correspondence cited.
Full Weight and Measure Guaranteed by
41 East Third street. Established in 1864.
At bottom prioee. Grate and egg $9.75, Steve
$10; Nut $10, Briar Hill, $8.50. All grades
of fresh mined bituminous coal at equally lew
prioee. Maple, $7; Birch and Oak, $6.
MISS LAURA W. HALL
PIAKO OS&AB AND HABMOE
So. 102 Western Avenue, St. Anthony Hill,
ST. PAUL, MINN.
BT Also Agent for BRAINABD'S MUSICAL
WORLD, published at Cleveland, Ohio. It hsa
been published over 20 years, at d is acknowl
edged to be the ablest and best, as I well' as the
oldest musical journal in the country. Every
teacher,. amateur and X pupil' should ■ have it
Price $1.50 a year. Address as above. Noticed
by postal card, Miss H. will call at any nridn cc
''"-'- " DRUGGIST.
IN NEW QUARTERS.
P, J. DREIS,
Is settled in his elegant New Store
Comer Mi and Saint Peter streets,
Where can he found the finest and best of Drugs,
Perfumery, Toilet Articles, Patent Medicines,
etc. Also, all kinds 'of Garden and Flower
Seeds in their season. - j
PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY |
L 1 f £J UJkB Io .ti LiH
A. M'."NICOL*T- AUCTIONS.
BY A. H. NICOLAY, auction sale of very val
uable St. Paul business and residence
property, improved and unimproved, to be. sold
at auction, Wednesday, December 5, at the Min
nesota Real Estate excharge, No, 70, east Third
street, at 10:80 a. m., as follows: The valuable
corner east Fifth and Cedar streets, (known as
the United States government stables). Part of
lots 5 and 0, block 19, St. Paul proper, 50xi00.
feet. This is a very . desirable corner lot for
business purposes, being opposite Court House
square, only one block from the postoffice, cus
tom house, United States courts and other prom
inent building?; also east, Fifth street adjoining
corner Robert street, let 14, block 11, Sit. Paul
proper, oOxLOO feat, within one block of new
Giond hotel, etc.; also corner east Fifth and
Willius streets,, lots 5 and 6 and part
of 7, blocK 39, Kittson's addition to
St. Pail. 125x100 feet with buildings on same,
present rentals about 5i,600 to $1,800 per an
num, ground very valuable in wholesale district
and suitable for any. extensive manufacturing
business or wholesale stores, also East Fourth
street between Locust and Willius streets, lot 7
block 49, Kittson's addition to St. Paut, adjoin
ing the warehouse of Messrs. Noyes, Bros. &
, Cutler, wholesale druggists; also corner of East
Third and Kittson streets, lots 6, 7 and 8,1 block
67, Kittsoi's addition to St. Paul, 150x100 feet
for manufacturing purposes; also East Third,
Fourth and Canal streets, three fronts lot 2,
Dawson's rearrangement of block 29, Lyman
Dayton's addition to St. Paul, containing about
89,000 square feet, suitable for largo manufact
uring business, with water for steam power and
close to the railroads; also house and lot on
Goodrich street opposite Douglas street; also
1 Selby avenue, J; lot 23 Hock 3,
Holcomb's addition to St. Paul; also valuable
business lots on University avenue; also desira
ble residence lots on Summit, Nelson and Grand
avenues, on line of street cars; also blocks 1 and
6; 56 lots,' Haldeman's addition to St. Paul, fine
location, within two blocks of new line Grand
avenue and Victoria street horse cars. Terms:
One-third cash, balance ene and two years; or,
$100 cash, balance in monthly installments of
$10 each. Also University avenne, five acres
, very choice land, suitable for platting into lots,
fronting on. University avenue, just west of
Syndicate addition to ft. Paul in the Fourth
ward. - Also lets in West St. Paul proper. All
to be sold as above on liberal terms. For full
particulars apply to A. if. Nicolay, Auctioneer
and Real Estate Agent, No. 70 East Third St.
MR. A. 11. NICOLAY, auctioneer, will sell at
auction Wednesday next, December sth,
at the Minnesota Real Estate exchange, No. 70
East Third street commencing at 10:30 a. m.,
valuable bu mess and residence property im
proved and unimproved, in lower and upper
town, Bt. Anthony Hill, East Fifth 6treet, next
to corner Robert, corner East Fifth and Cedar
streets, corner East Fifth and Willius street,
Eaat Fourth street, corner East Third and Kitt
son streets, East Third, Fourth and Canal
streetsthree fronts; house and lot on Good
rich street, Selby avenue; fifty-six choice lots
within two blocks of Vict: ria street cars, Uni
versity avenue; also lots on* Summit, Nelson
and Grand avenues; also five acres fronting on
University avenue, close to Syndicate addition;
also lots in West St. Panl proper; all to be sold
on the most liberal terms. For iull particu
lar* we refer our readers and investors to the
advertisement of the auctioneer in another col
umn of to-day's paper.
CHOICE fur lined garments at auction, con
/ sisting of seal sacques, handsome circulars,
ne trimmed and trimmed with mink and mink
tails, Siberian and Russian squirrel, hamster,
fitch and ermine made up with Sicillience silk
' and satin delaines, also a fine stock of seal
muffs and boas, coachmen's collars, ladies' and
gents' seal and fur caps, gloves, wolf and bear
sleigh robes, etc., etc., to be sold at auction at
the Minnesota Real Estate exchange, No. 70,
East Third street, Saturday afternoon, Decem
ber 8, 18*3, commencing at 2 o'clock. Terms
cash. A. H. Nicolay, auctioneer. 836—342.
A YOUNG lady who can cut and fit desires
a few more engagements in private fam
ilies. Address 67 Tilton street. 886
SITUATION wanted by first class bookkeeper
and correspondentmoderate salary. Ad
drees H.. 14 Globe office. 836-841 ■
WANTED —A situation as clerk in a grocery
store or - commission house. - Speaks
German and English, understands bookkeeping.
Can give first-class references. Address A 10,
Globe office. .-■■ 885-841
WANTED— situation by a young Scotch
Canadian, aged 19. Has been a year at
the hardware business; ' Is strictly honest, will
ing and active. Any honest employment will
be taken. Address B, Globe office. . 832*
SITUATION WANTED by girl fifteen years of
age as nurse for children. Good references.
Inquire 138 Iglehart street. ,; _ 335-841
SITUATIONS OFFEBEIi. " ~
i Males. :. --.-
ANTED— An honest boy to do choree.
'V? :■■ Apply 20 fast Third street. 834-40
ANTED—A boy about 18 years of age for
■W porter at 156 East Third street. 332-38
ANTED—Two j first-class plumbers, a
¥? Kenny 4 Hudner's, 118 and 120, Wee
Third street, St. Pan-. 122*
■".""-:-~'. - : ":■".■ *____*. ■ " ■ _'■ '. ■.:
ANTED—Women to wash - and iron.
W * Oriental laundry, 24 west Third street.
338-337 - *___ ■■■■.-;-'.■
IX7 ANTEDExperienced German or Scandi
v T "" navian girl for small family; 129 Eighth
street.' ; ' .- . 836 ':
WANTED —A girl for general homework.
Apply at store 378 Dayton aye. 335*
ANTED—GirI for general housework, 405
v * Ashland avenue. • 334-36 ,
ANTED—Good girls to wash and iron.
VV . Apply at once at Hong Wah Laundry,
Sixth and Market streets. 333-339
WANTED— A middle-aged lady can.find a
good home in family of two by applying
at No. 485 Virginia avenne near corner Univer
sity. __\ 881-44 .
EIVE CERTS AXLKE-p
___ : : TO KENT'
;':■• ''■:. - ■"'■'..-•:■"■• fIWMWI-.- . •. . . ■;
TO RENT.— and a half story house, con- •
r taining seven rooms, kitchea, good cell!;.-, '
I cistern and well; also good barn on the premises,
175 Acker street. ■ Inquire at:Geo. Benz or M.
Conners, 176 Acker street. '„ ■' '.-" ■ '• 336-38
OUBEB AND LOTS on monthly payments.
A. B. Wilgus & Bro. ; v. 836
FOR BENT. V- A furnished house . cenveni- .
ently t located. Terms reasonable .to - a
good tenant. Address E., 7, Globe office.
■■■. :;■;.-.:■•• :...'.■•. ; , 386-337
ADBBIRABLE house on Fourteenth street.
. Inquire at Raom 1, Mannheimer Block.
■ , 336-337
FOB BENT—Goad seven-raom house, well,
cistern, cellar and barn. $22. John M.
Lynch, Preriey block. 885-886
FOB BENT—SII and $15 a month. Hauses
C :in North St. Paul. Frederick Allis, Gilil
lan block. . 335-86
i^OB RENT—A large house, 544 Cedar scree
I. Apply to old No. 119 Joiatte st. - 333-
FOR. BENT, the first of December. • A fine
dwelling house, 890 Dayton avenue,. two
doors from Frost & Co's, grocery. Inquire at
meat market, in the rear of Frost & Cos.
FOR RENT— A fine house of nine rooms, five
. gclosets, cellar, cistern and well, convenient
to street cars, corner Marshall and Western ave
nue. Enquire of M. C. Froelick. 332-38
ESIDENCE, 425 Martin street, seven rooms,
cellar, cistern, well, $22 per month. . Ap
ply A. G. Long, 48 Marshall a venue. 331-37
IT.OR RENT— partly or wholly furn-
JC ished. Well located. Rent $45 or $50 per
month. Address, Rent, Globe office. Bu7*
FOR RENT—A cottage with four rooms,
X. pantry and closets, good water and every
convenience. . Apply to J. C. McCarthy, Sixth
ward. , 270* *
FOR RENT—Three houses for rent. UriL.
TO RjiNT— of sis rooms on Ohio
street. Inquire of P. R. McDonnell, grocer,
corner George and Ohio streets, Sixth ward.
FOB RENT— Weber residence at White
1? Bear Lake, furnished or unfurnished. Ap
: Riy at Ramaley's Pavilion, Cottage Park station,
White Bear bike. ' 182*
. fT>O RENT.—Two suites of rooms in Geo.
X Benz's building, opposite Metropolitan ho
. Tel: Inquire of Geo. Benz. 886-38
, TT^Oll RENTFive rooms up stairs, corner
1 JL Jacks.m and Eighth streets, suitable for
. dwelling or business office; inquire at meat
| market. 836-338
! ]£"OR REST— floor furnished" rciom for
! Is gentlemen, 22 W. Ninth strret. 336-337
I Bj"NORRENTTwo rooms suitable for light
• -2. housekeeping. 608 Fort street. 330
' fcj^Oß RENT— A nicely furnished front room
• JD at 231 Spruce street. 386
■ II OR rent. A large front parlor nicely fur
. JO nished, rent low, Mississippi street, cars
■ pass near house, 222 Nash st. 836
A SUIT of two (2) rooms for rent, elegantly
furnished, suitable for two or three gen
-1 tlemen. Inquire Ductus' block Third, between
Franklin and Exchange streets, first floor.
EOOMS FOP. RENT—Two furnished rooms.
Address Lodging, Globe office. 307*
: MONEY LOANED
' on furniture, pianos, in residence without re
; moval. E. & Peters, 283 Sibley street. 300*
, r ►« lib. '
THE St. Paul Coffee house at a bargain—l
JL will offer for the next few days at private
■ sale the well known St. Paul Coffee house, fix
l tures, lease and good will. This popular din
ing hall was fitted up about one year ago at con
' siderable expense, and has done a flourishing
> buriness until very recently. The proper man
can tske hold of this little enterprise and do
■ well, lis it is yet doing a paying business, and
I from its central location (between Jackson
I and Robert streets) it ought to be made the
1 favorite lunch house that it was during the win-
I ter of 1882-88. For particulars inquire of P.
i T. Kavanagh, 49 East Third street. 336-341
FOB SALE CHEAP.— large Garland
coal stove, (double heater.) Also, one
1 email coal stove.. Inquire of Geo. Benz, or Jos.
■ Haag, corner Bamsey and West Seventh street.
• ; 336-88
FOR SALE.Two large safes. Inquire of
Geo. Benz & Co. - 886-88
Ij^Oß HALiE—Furniture in seven rooms, com-
I .L plate with sets and carpets also house with
; eleven rooms for rent, nine rooms of which are
rented to goad paying parties, reason for selling
; sickness. Address at once, B. 9 Globe office.
RARE chance. For sale cheap for cash; the
best paying retail business in St. Paul
■ now doing a fine trade. Good reasons for sell
' ing. Address H. G., Globe Office. 356-337
BOUT $600 cash, balance $7700 p*r~ month
for good fully finished house and lot near
Gribben's planing mill, Seventh strret, nice
' grounds, shade trees, etc. Total c st $1,000;
at this price if sold this week only. A. B. Wil
gus & Bro., 854 Jackson street. 336
A f»ood investment. To be sold choap;a
xjL small improved farm located within a
mile of one of the most thriving towns in the
state. Or will trade for city property. Ad
dress G. H., Globe Office. • ; : ; 336-337
17 OR SALE— tons of hay, 25 tons clover,
.. and 65 cords oak wood at lowest market
rates. Leave orders at A. K. Barnum's office,
34 east Third street. 856-338
FOR SALE— of dry goods. Good lo
cation on East Third street. Rent of room
for 5 years, at law figures. Address 103 East
FOR SALEA sleigh, suitable for either one
or two horses. As good as new. A. K.
Barnum. 34 East Third street. 834-36
FOR SALE—PooI table, bar fixtures, every
thing complete and now. Cheap for cash.
Inquire at 228 Acker, or C. C. Miles, 885 Jack
son street. 276*
FOR SALE. 11 furnished rooms. Central
ly located with extra low rent Liqnire
441K Jackson street. 280*
WILL loan upon or buy Life Ina. Po Icies
Xv P. Vim Norman 869 Jaofcnnn. «0
LOST AND FOUND,
Q1 "| f\ Reward wiU be paid for return of
(PJ." black horse, lost on the night of the
fixe, Oct. 21. Said horse is about 16 hands high,
weight about 1,050. W. L. Nichols, corner
Fourth and St. Peter streets, St. Paul. 304*
HORSE LOST—On Wednesday, Nov. 28, '83,
'__. near head of Ohio street, West St. Paul,
a black horse, weight about 950 pounds, had on
upper part of a halter. Leave at Hay's stable,
Fourth street, and get reward. 336
BROUGHT to my stable as a stray, ot. the
night of the 28th, one dark brown horse,
medium sized. Apply to Geo. W. Turnbull. 343
Exchange street.':■'■ 836'
LOST— Small Scotch terrier dog, "Nobby"
_. on collar. Return to 824 Jackson street
and receive reward. -' ' • ' 886-337.
~~f '.. MISCELLANEOUS.'
HOUSES AND L T8 near Manitoba shop*.
A. B. Wilgus & Bro. 886
ANTED—Horse for his keeping, at Rents'
** Package delivery. - 836-338
WANTED— Young men and' ladies to learn
W shorthand, writing, and telegraphy.
Address T. X. Jones, Minneapolis. =■„ 335-
T^OTICEis hereby given' that .W.. H. Mil-
XI , ler is no longer in my employment, and
consequently ■ is not j authorized to collect or re
ceipt bills for me. W. L. Anderson, carpet
store, 122 East Third street. . 296*
WASTED— suit of three furnished or un
.VV , furnished rooms." within five miuntee'
walk of Bridge square, for family of three adults,
and ruitable "for" light" bouse-k«wiri:-!7. j .Address j
"W H.,' Globe offiae, with tanns per worth I
V ' ■'-." . - JEWELRY. /J." * '."'
II if HOT IIWIIIIM P f
The number of watches now pro
duced in the world is amazing. A recent report
puts the sum total at 3,000,000 per annum, of
which more than a third are produced in the
United States. They range in price from $46 a
dozen to $600 each. We have sold during the
last eleven months 2,750 Watches, and have
taken in pledge 5,609. So after all it don't
seem so wonderful when you take into account the number of
Jewelry Stores there are in the world. The Watch business is
only a part of our trade. We carry an immense stock of
DIAMOND 3 V
in Sleeve Buttons,
Studs, Lace Pins,
Cluster and Solitaire Rings, '•
Crosses and Broches, • "
Ladies' and Gentlemen's
Diamond Collar Buttons,
v ::.-.:"-' Diamond Bracelets, etc.
In the line of Jewelry our stock is complete and varied in gold
and plated Bracelets, gold and plated Neck Chains, Lockets, Pen
dants and Crosses, gold and plated Ladies' Sets, Sleeve Buttons
and Ear Rings, Ladies' gold and plated Guard and Week Chains,
Gold Thimbles, plain gold band and set Rings, Gold Spectacles and
Eye Glasses, Opera Glasses, Music Boxes, Musical Instruments,
Silverware and a thousand and one other beautiful things that will
ANSWER POR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS.
Remember our Grand Christmas
Distribution of One Thousand,
Two Hundred Dollars worth
ol Splendid Gifts Free!
Every one that makes a purchase is presented with a numbered
ticket that entitles them t« a chance in our Christmas Drawing.
He Wrong ! Wrung! All wiong, clear sister;
It's useless to question you more,
The waves do not s;ng of Buch tiifles,
But of E. Lytie's jewelry store.
She — Oh'they sing ef the beautiful diamonds,
\ That sparkle so brilliantly there,
' • • Whose rays quickly light the dark places,
And are sold at prices to fair.
He Oh, yes; I can now hear them sieging
, Of watches of silver and gold,
That are perfect in make and in beauty,
And at one-half their value are sold.
Goods guaranteed for quality a3 represented. A great many of
them are almost entirely new and sold for one-half
their original value at
Pawnbroker & Jeweler,
41 Jackson St.Opposite the Merchants Hotel.
AND TELEGRAPHIC INSTITUTE
Has long since established its claims to public favor and (me now entered upon ire IBtn , <.-: nsitz
tha most favorable auspices. Bend lor catalogue giving full particulars. Or. 8d and JaekEoc,
W. A. FADDIH Prlnoipc2.
MUSICAL IHBTBUKEN IS,
AcliiMieS ly Artists .1 Best ii i World,
I know of none superior to the Weber and none that oan com
pete with them for durability.—Teresa Carrenc.
The tons of the Weber Piano is so sweet, rich and sympathetic
yet so full, that I shall always rank you as the greatest manufac
turer of the day.—Emma Thursby.
Weber Pianos excel all others in volume of. tone and in poVe'r
of expression.—S. Liebling.
There are no Pianos in the world that Buscsin tho voice liko th-?
Weber.— Abbott. - ,:v '.•■:''
R. 0. HUNGER, Agent, St. PauL
Band for Catalognaa.
111 Wil & HBlY M M!W Ste:
yavM SL Mlllii; gt.Faßi.iM.
FAIRBANKS' j ECLIPSE
BTAHDABD ( SELF-BEQULATINQ
SCALESI , jWHSTD MILLS.
FAIRBANKS, MOBSK & CO., ■ 371 & 373 SHey Street
Manufacturers of Furniture. Live Geese Feath
' ' era and Mattresses.
Funeral Directors. .So Agents for Metallic
Burial Caskets and Cases, Cloth and Wood
Corner Third and Minnesota Sts.
C. J.M'CABTHY. J. G. DONNELLS
54 WaUalSaw ; Street, opposite Pcs? cffisf
\ Calls answered -at all home. Embalmls
a specialty. Beet hearse in the city, and fixes
oarriag»* at lowest rates. ■ Funerals conducts*
and satisfaction gnargntced ,' , ' "-"" ;
146 Mf mn stout
Heady Mixed Paints.
, SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
;, Orders Solicited. .
A. J. WAMPLER & 00.
Manufactory, Office and Salesroom—Nos. 189
and 141 Twelfth street, between Robert " and
Jackson, . •" • z:^^S^SM'^XmjSSSE