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There is a Black Forest clock at Oswald's
saloon on Wabashaw street.
A special meeting of the board of educa
tion will be held at 7:30o'clock this evening.
The fun earl of Harry Turner, the lad who
accidentally shot himself last Tuesday, took
place yesterday afternoon.
An application for a requisition for the re
turn of an Iowa criminal was made upon
Gov. Hubbard yesterday.
Judge Burr, of the Municipal Court, left
yesterday for Mankato where he will attend
the meeting of the Knights of Honor.
It makes all the difference in the world
what the gender is about St. Paul's welcom
ing anything that is fast from the east.
The stock in trade of an itinerant clock
pedlar was confiscated at the city hall yester
day until he 6hould procure a pedlar's li
Judge Mitchell of Winona and Judge Van
derburgh of MinneapoUs of the Minnesota
supreme bench are on a pleasure trip to New
The county treasurer has received §330,
402.35 for taxes on the assessment for the
quarter commencing October 1 and ending
Officer Casey, first attacked with pleurisy
from which he bad almost recovered, and was
again taken down with a relapse, is very ill
at St. Joseph's hospital.
It is rumored that Sitting Bull will ride
Into the city to-day on the Northern Pacific,
accompanying Major McLaughlin, whocomes
hither ou department business.
The St. Paul Pleasure club give a St. Pat
rick's calico ball next Monday evening, for
the benefit of W. P. Wilson. A gold medal
will be given to the best lady dancer.
Mayor O'Brien on yesterday revoked the
saloon license of Frank Krauz, doing busi
ness at Seventh and Jackson streets, on the
ground that he kept a disorderly house.
For the first twelve nights in Narch 757
tramps were housed at the hotel de tramp, an
average if sixty-three per night. This style
of emigration is certainly on the increase.
The Young People's society of the Christ
lan church will give a musical and literary
social to-night (Friday) at the residence of
A. L. Winship, 491 Collins street corner of
By a slight mistake yesterday, the Farmers
hotel in West St. Paul was reported to have
been sold by Caroline Frei to H. B. Mont
gomery. The reverse is the fact. It was
sold by Mr. Montgomery to Mrs. Frei.
The man who was arrested in the Sixth
ward Wednesday night was named James
Brady. He gave the name of a neighbor,
John Smith, when first arrested, but his true
name was developed in the municipal court
The man who was arraigned in the mu
nicipal court Wednesday charged with de
frauding the relief society and who gave his
name as Jo. Welsh, was not the well known
■well-digger by that name, who is above such
The friends of Oscar B. Hillis, clerk of the
United States circuit court, will regret to
learn of the death of his mother, who died at
Keokuk, Iowa. Mr. Hillis was summoned
home by telegraph but his mother died two
hours before his arrival.
Frank Brown, for drunkenness and disor
derly conduct, was run into the bastile last
evening from the corner of Seventh and
Jackson streets, and Mrs. Pete Reynolds, a
■well-known white blackbird, was conveyed to
the same quarters for an out-door drunk at
the seven corners.
A still alarm of fire was sent into Central
fire hall at 9:15 yesterday morning, caused
Lj alively chimney fire in the two story brick
dwelling No. 445 East Seventh street, owned
by Wm. Petsch and occupied by Mrs. Stim
son. No. 1 Chemical was the only engine
sent out, but did not unlimber hose.
About noon yesterday, a pair of colts at
tached to a sled and driven by a farmer named
Palmer, while proceeding down West Seventh
street, became frightened and run away.
Mr. Palmer was thrown from the sled and
dragged to Seven corners, where the nags
were stopped. He was only slightly hurt.
The danger of coasting on the highways
Was pretty thoroughly illustrated last even
ing at the corner of Jackson and Acker
streets, at the foot of the long hill, at which
point the son of a Mrs. John Smith dashed
into a granger's sleigh and cut a hole in hia
Bcalp which it took seventeen of Dr.Nelson's
most skillful stitches to mend.
United States Marshal Denny returned
yesterday from a trip to Sleepy Eye. On the
return trip last Wednesday his train became
snowed in about three miles from Sleepy
Eye and the passengers were delayed
eighteen hours. Those on board the train
speak in high terms of the conduct of Con
thictor Wiley, who exerted himself to con
tribute to the comfort of the passengers.
Maurice Lyons has returned frem the
M_ Euth, Grand Forks, is at the Mer
L. R. Dunn, of Boston, is at the Metro
F. W. Buchanan, of Fergus Falls, is at the
F. Church, of Mason City, was at the Wind
sor last night.
S. R. Smith, of Drayton, D. T., was in the
Chas. S. Wheaton, of Elk [River, was in
the city yesterday.
Hon. C. F. Buck, Winona, was at the Mer
Fred S. Hall, wife and son, Halifax, N. S.,
ftre at the Merchants. •
C. B. Hanson, of New Tork, was at the
Col. A. E. Coe, of Washington, was among
the guests at the Merchants yesterday.
Mr. Hugh C. Donnelly left yesterday for a
Visit to New York and other eastern cities.
H. Tripp, representing an extensive jew
elry house of New Tork, is ot the Merchants.
M. R. Tyler, of Fergus Falls, and E. W.
Stout, of Lake City, are at the Clarendon
Hon. W. P. Wilkin and S. Solner, of Aus
tin, visited friends at the state capital yes
J. J. Heatherington, formerly of Magee's
restaurant, has returned from a trip east and
he will take charge of the liquid refresment
branch of Livingston's cafe.
Pietro Ramocciotte, the Italian caterer of
Wabashaw street, has returned to St. Paul
from the east having passed several weeks
in looking np matters connected with his
business in New Tork.
Secretary J. G. Donnelly, of the board of
education, returned yesterday from an ab
sence of several weeks in the south. Judg
ing from his fresh and healthly appearance,
he enjoyed a splendid time.
A Rotten Embankment.
A sad accident occurred at the junction of
Rice and Arch streets, about 1 o'clock yes
terday afternoon, which it is feared may re
sult fatally to a laborer named A. P. Mc-
Dermott. McDermott was engaged in dig
ging away an embankment, when a couple
of yards of earth and gravel fell in and bur
ied him. He was taken out by Contractor
Palmer, in charge of the work, and
found to be badly injured about the hips,
besides which it is feared that he sustained
internal injuries. Tha patrol wagon was
called, and he was removed to the city hos
pital where he was attended by Dr. Aucker.
A New Church Bell.
A Cincinnati bell founding company placed
in the tower of the new German United
Evangelical Protestant church yesterday, situ
ate on the corner of Eleventh and Minnesota
streets, a fine toned bell, keyed in E, and
weighing 1875 pounds. This church cost
with lot, structure, furnishing, organ and
bell, $18,000, of which all is paid for except
$6,500. It was dedicated the first Sunday in
the year, and Rev. Charles Rumpf,
of Cincinnati, called to preside
over it as pastor. Its membership
was about 100 at the time of its dedication,
whicli lias iacxewea ty rising of SW) aUbe (
present time. Services are held every Sab
bath at 10:30 a. m., and every Friday even
ing at 7:30 o'clock, during the Lenten sea
son. Appropriate services irj regard to the
new bell will be held next Sabbath morning.
Secretary Hart, of the state board of cor
rections and charities, returned yesterday
from an extended visit to several of the jails
in the state. The St. Cloud jail, of which
Sheriff Matthias Mickley has been
in charge for thirty years, dur
ing which time he has not lost a
single prisoner, though the structure is quite
insecure, he thinks to be the best adminis
tered jail in the state. The attaches here
are very vigilant, but despite their precau
tions a criminal once made a saw out of a
pin, which he tempered so finely that he cut
off his handcuff. The jail at Alexandria Mr.
Hart considers very badly constructed and
unsafe. Several dungeons here are built
underground and- are bricked up
like coal vaults. The Wabashaw
jail has been much improved by the county
commissioners within the past three months,
but the poorly constructed building prevents
any great headway in that direction. The
jail at Fergus Falls, consists of one of Pauly
<fc Bros.' iron cages which is located in the
basement of the court house.
Letters have been received by the board
from Marshall county, whose commissioners
have purchased a poor farm near Warner,
and ask advice in reference to building a
Concordia Society Concert.
The Concordia society, comprising about
thirty picked and -well trained male .voioes,
will sing at the coming concert, for the bene
fit of the House of the Good Shepherd. This
announcement will doubtless meet the
plaudits of our music loving people, for the
society has an enviable established status in
musical circles, and as, in addition to other
numbers by the society, the programme will
be closed by a grand vocal chorus, with
baritone solo, the patrons of this most
worthy charitable entertainment will be
richly rewarded for their attendance thereat.
Pittsburg, March 13.—A syndicate of
western manufacturers is said to have been
formed to control the brass market. Three
of the leading producers of the country—Joel
Hayden company, Cleveland; Peck Bros.
& Co., New Haven, and J. Hayden & Co.,
Haydenville, Mass., have already beee ab
sorbed by the syndicate.
For the Defendant.
In the suit of Joseph Hadalla vs. Wm.
Banholzer, for $5,000 damages, for alleged
injuries received by the bursting of a steam
boiler on the premises of defendant, before
Judge Wilkin, the case was given to the jury
late yesterday afternoon, and, after a brief
consultation, they returned a verdict for the
An amendment to the articles of incorpo
ration of the Lake Superior Elevator compa
ny of Duluth, was filed with the secretary of
state yesterday, increasing the capital stock
$248,000, making the total capital stock
$600,000, in 12,000 shares of $50 each.
The Kepler Case Aga n.
To the Editor of the Globe.
In reference to "the boy Kepler or Gable" of
whom you speak in this morning's issue I would
say that I have had numerous opportunities to
investigate his and his family's case, having
come in contact with him in my official capacity
a number of times and unhesitatingly endorse
the Rev. Mr, Irmscher's and Mr. HaU's state
ments regarding them. That they are in their
present condition in need there is no doubt, but
they, to my knowledge, have had not a few oppor
tunities to better their condition and refused
them. Very respectfully,
Arthur R. Ancker,
City and County Physician.
A well known lady called at the Globe of
fice yesterday to say that she knew something
of the condition of this family, having per
sonally visited them, and to speak of their
condition as one of destitution,
was using very mild language. The
father or stepfather of the boy she describes
as a pretty worthless fellow, but the mother
and children are great sufferers. They
formerly lived on Wabashaw street, so that
the boy did not lie when he gave that
location. The boy is still in jail
for the crime of begging and
judging from the commumication sent the
Globe the city and relief authorities propose
to have the rest of the family freeze and
starve as the shortest way out. Perhaps
when a criminal trial in which the boy is
a material witness is over the crime he has
committed will b,e less heinous.
Rates Greatlti Reduced.
New York, March 13.—The meeting of
the trunk line presidents was held to-day at
Commissioner Fink's office, to investigate
the charges of irregularities against several
lines represented in the joint executive com
mittee. Among the^e present were President
Hugh J.Jewell, of the Erie, chairman, Presi
dent James H. Rutter, New York Central,
Vice President Robert Garrett, Baltimore &
Ohio; President George D. Roberts, of the
Pennsylvania; B. A. Higgman, ofthe Lack
awana, W. K. Vanderbilt, of the Nickel
Plate, Ledyard, of the Michigan Central, and
the managers of several western roads.
There was an all day session. At the close
it was announced that there had been a gen
eral reduction in the rates of east
bound freight, to meet the cut rates of some
of the roads. Commissioner Fink also stated,
a resolution had been adopted pledging the
roads represented in the meeting to strictly
maintain the tariff rates in future. It was
asserted that none of the Trunk lines were
responsible for the recently discovered irreg
ularities, and that the greatest harmony pre
vailed. The reports circulated to the effect
that the existence of the Trunk line assosia
tion was imperiled, were pronounced ut
terly without foundation, and no change in
the existing arrangements and no reorgani
zation was even thought of. The reductions
made in the rates were on a basis of 10 cents
in each class. New rates are as follows
from Chicago: Seventh class provisions 25
c. per 100; Eighth class, flour and grain, 20
cents; Ninth class, bulkmeats, 30 cents;
Live hogs 25 cents.
Fast Mail to Kansas City.
Kansas City, March 13.—The fast mai
service from Chicago and the east to this
city was inaugurated to-day by way of the
Burlington and Hannibal roads. The mail
leaving Chicago this morning arrived here at
9 o'clock to-night, coming to Burlington,
Iowa, on the fast train, Chicago to Omaha,
transferring there to Burlington & South
western, which connects at Laclede with the
Hannibal & St. Joseph. This mail, hereto
fore, was received the following morning.
The Patti Opera Excitement.
San Fbancisco, March 13.—The sale of
scalpers' tickets for the Patti opera this even
ing suddenly collapsed to-day on the an
nouncement that many of them were coun
terfeits. Much confusion exists. One scalp
er was arrested for selling tickets without a
license, and Mapleson says he will put Pat
ti's Tuesday tickets up at auction. It is ru
mored he has discharged Nathal, but refuses
to state positively. If true, the excitement
over Patti will be the greatest ever witnessed
in this city.
The Divorce Suit.
San Francisco, March 13.—In the Sharon
divorce to-day, the celebrated marriage con
tract was offered in evidence to prove the de
fendant and plaintiff to be man and wife. H.
L. Wells, of Santa Cruz, testified he heard
Sharon in August, 1881, introduce plaintiff
to a friend of the witness as Mrs. Sharon.
Woman Suffrage Carried In Iowa.
Des Moines, la., March 13.—In the senate
debate on Woman's suffrage, the constitu
tional amendment was continued until late
in the afternoon, when it was agreed to by a
vote of 26 to 24, barely a constitutional ma
Benningtox, Vt., March 13.—George
Tifflany, twenty years old, son of the ab
sconding postmaster, has beea arrested, and
confesses to stealing . government money.
[ Se is implicated ft bU I&Uw'g frauOa,
THE ST. PAUL DAILT GLOBE, FRIDAY MORNING,", MAROH 14, 1884.
The Cattle Disease Spreading.
Neosho Falls, Ks., March 13.—Several
new cases of foot and mouth disease are re
ported to-day, and but one new herd is af
fected. It appears to be spreading rapidly
in the Pribenon herd, on Owl creek, and as
he has sold several heads since the disease
appeared, it is feared we may soon hear of
other herds being affected. The herd report
ed yesterday was examined by Dr. Holcomb,
who reported it a false alarm, which may be
the case with that reported to-day. So far
the quarantine regulations established by the
committee are being acceded to by all
classes of citizens. The commissioner of
agriculture has dispatched an eminent veter
inary surgeon from Washington, who will
arrive here on Saturday. Dr. Holcomb has
gone to Lyon county to examine the infected
herds near Hartford. Lieut. Gov. Finney,
chairman of the quarantine committee, re
ceived to-day a dispatch from Gov. Glick,
asking that Dr. Trembowen be sent to Eldo
rado to examine suspected herds there. The
alarm has somewhat subsided, as it is be
lieved the quarantine committee can control
the matter until the governor can convene
Anheuser Busch Export Beer, at 106 W. Third
street. H. Orlemann, agent,
An Editor's Tribute.
Theron P. Keator, editor of Fort Wayne, Ind.,
Gazette writes: "For the past five years have
constantly used Dr. King's New Discovery, for
coughs of most sever character, as well as for
those of a milder type. It never fails to effect a
speedy cure. My friends to whom I have recom
mended it speak of it in the same high terms.
Having been cured by it of eyery cough I have
had for'five years, I consider it the only reliable
and sure cure foT Coughs, Colds, etc." Call at
Bethune & Lambie's Drug Store and get a. fret
trial bottle. Large size $1.00.
The Fast Mail
Train from Chicago over the great Chicago, Mil
waukee & St. Paul short line, which arrived eight
minutes ahead of time yesterday afternoon, Is
another proof of the desire of this corporation to
promptly meet all reasonable demands of the
public. With fast trains, Pullman sleepers and
the finest dining cars in the world, it is no won
der that the people patronize it so generously,
and insist that their tickets read via the "Fast
Mail Short Line." They can be purchased at 162
East Third street, and at the Uulon depot, St.
Paul, and at No. 7 Nicollet house, and Milwaukee
depot in Minneapolis,
Very Remarkable Recovery.
Mr. Geo. V. Willing, of Manchester, Mich.,
writes: "My wife has been almost helpless for five
years, so helpless that she could not turn over in
bed alone. She used two bottles of Electric Bit
ters, and is so much improved, that she is able
now to do her own work."
Electric Bitters will do all that is claimed for
them. Hundreds of testimonials attest their
great curative powers. Only fifty cents a bottle
at Bethune & Lambie's.
Allen's Cough Balsam cures Hoarseness. All
genuine bears the signature of J. P. Allen, Drug
gist, St. Paul, Minn.
Itucklin's Arnica Salve.
The greatest medical wonder of the world.
Warranted tc speedily cure Burns, Bruises, Cuts
Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Cancers, Piles,
Chilblains, Corns, Tetter, Chapped Hands and
all Skin Eruptions, guaranteed to cure in every
instance, or money refunded; 25 cents per box.
For sale by Lambic & E.thune.
The St. Paul Jobbers' union desire to employ
a competent man as secretary. He must be a
man of experience and first class commercial and
general ability. A liberal salary to the right
man. Apply by letter only to
C. W. Hackett,
Chairman of Committee.
Cause of Failure.
Want of confidence accounts for half of the
business failures of to-day. A. B. Wilkes, B.
and E. Zimmermann and E. Stierle, the drug
gists, are not liable to fail for want of confidence
in Dr. Bosanko's Cough and Lung Syrup. He
giveB away a bottle free to all who are suffering
with coughs, colds, asthma, consumption, and
all affections of the throat and lungs.
Besley's Waukegan Ale and Porter, at 106 W.
Third street. H. Orlemann, agent.
Cares ot Life.
As we come to them they are received, borne
with and passed over with no more than a thought,
if we are in the enjoyment of health, but if suf
fering with piles or skin diseases of any kind
they magnify a hundred fold. A. R. Wilkes,. B.
& E. Zimmerman, and E. Stierle, the druggists,
have Dr. Bosanko's Pile Remedy, an absolute
cure. Sold at 50 cents.
This powder never varies. A marval of purity,
strength and wholesomeness. More economical
than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold in
competition with the multitudes of low test, Short
weight, alum or phosphate powdcrB. Sold only
in cans. Royal Baking Powoeb Co., 196 Wall
street, New York.
Teeth extracted without pain. All work guaran
teed. Dr. Cullum, 41 East Third St., Cor. Cedar.
LAURA W. HALL,
MUSIC ROOMS 102 WESTERN AVENUE,
Head of Ashland Avenue, St. Anthony Hill,
PIANO, ORGAN AKD HARMONY
THOROUGH INSTRUCTION GUARANTEED.
References: Miss Marie Geist, Principal of
Musical Conservatory, No. 127 West Third street,
St. Paul; also on personal application, reference
to the numerous families whose daughters she
has taught and is now teaching will be given.
Also, Agent for "Brainard's Musical World,"
the oldest and best musical journal published.
Subscription S1.50 per annum. *
BANK COUNTER FOR SALE.
The Citizens' National Bank of Mankato. Minn.,
has for sale, very cheap, 33 feet of bank coun
ter with ground glass in screen, surmounted by a
wire guard the entire length. It has three open
ings for cashier, teller and bookkeeper. The
counter is in first-class shape, thoroughly sea
soned, but will not answer in the remodeling of
our bank. Address W. G. HOERR, Cashier,
Mankato, Minn. 70eod
SEALED proposals will be received at the office
of George Wirth, architect, up to noon of
Saturday, the loth day of March, 1884, for all the
labor and material to be used in the construction
of the bnilding of the National German-American
bank, or the separate parts thereof. Plans and
specifications may be seen at the architect's office
in the Davidson block. The committee reserve
the right to reject any and all bids. Satisfactory
bonds will be required in case of acceptance of
any bids. William Lindeke, Chairman Building
committee. St. Paul, March 6, 1884. 68-75
State * Monro* Sts.,Chlcagr -
Will Mud pnsald to uy sitnm thatr
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for 1585, MO p««". 'I" CniriTiJp
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We are every day loaning money on improved
city property in sums ranging from 8500 to $25,000
and have notice to-day of
to be put out exclusively on business 'property.
Those who want to borrow large or small sums
can be supplied, on application, at current rates.
Interest in WRIGHT'S ADDITION seems to be
on the increase since the publication of Mr. Dela
no's timely letter, stating that he had advised his
boys and other young men and women to invest
there or thereabouts. Lots continue to go and
when the snow which now "lags superfluous"
disappears, many more who are waiting with ill
concealed impatience for the bare ground, will
LOCKWOOD'S ADDITION is now in the mar
ket, offering to those who wish to make a hand
some turn, a capital opportunity. It consists of
four blocks in the northeastern portion of the
city. Will sell as a whole, or in single blocks, or
a lot at a time.
BLOCK 11, SUMMIT PARK is the gem of that
Addition. Block 14 is nearly as fine, most of
which we have for sale.
We have acre property on L'niversity and St.
Anthony avenue, and plenty of lots on Marshall
and Summit avenues, ready to supply the demand
which the coming Motor Line—sure to be built
by some company this season—will create.
We have a list of eligible residences for sale.
An admirable home on Summit avenue, another
on College avenue, one facing on Merriam Park
in lower town. Others in different parts of the
Also, plenty of business property.
Onr office is on the SOUTHWEST CORNER
JACKSON AND FIFTH STREETS. We have a
very desirable front room to let.
Cochran & Newport.
DAVIS & BROWN,
Real Estate & Hortgago Loans
360 Jackson street, St Paul, Minn.
Investments made and taxes paid for non-resi
(Successor to D. A. Robertson & Co.. the oldest
real estate agency in Minnesota.)
No. 7 McQuillan Bloclc, cor. Third & Watasliaw.
(Twelve years established in Saint Paul as)
BEAL ESTATE AND MONEY BROKER,
Corner Third and Robert streets, in the Savings
Bank block, ST. PALL, MINN.
N. B.—Special attention given to property and
interests of non-resident clients. Investments
guaranteed to net 7 per cent. Capitalists will
do weil to correspond. 364
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
MANNHEIMER BLOCK, • - ROOM 11,
St. Paul, - • ■ - Minn.
Real Estate & Loan Broker,
NO. 63 EAST THIRD STREET,
St. Paul, - - Minn.
Attorney at Law.
To 155 East Fourth St.,
First Floor, New First Nat. Bank Building.
Notice is hereby given that the co-partnership
heretofore existing between I. L. Mahan, Frank
M. Cady and Joseph Hanggi, nnder the firm name
of the St. Paul Furniture Company, is, by mutual
consent, this day dissolved, the said I. L. Mahan
retiring from said firm. Frank M. Cady and Jo
seph Hanggi assume all liabilities of the old firm,
and are authorized to collect all accounts.
I. L. MAHAN,
FRANK M. CADY,
St. Paul, Feb. 16, 1884.
The undersigned have this day formed a coj
partnership, and have succeeded to the business
of The St. Panl Furniture Company at 162 and 104
West Fifth street. JOSEPH HANGGI,
. . FRANK M. CADY,
Feb. 16,1884. 72-74
WANTED —Lady's saddle and bridle, a light
double arness, two or three seated spring
wagon, and three horses. Inqnire of A. C.
Hawley, office of John B. Olivier, corner Fourth
and Wabashaw streets. 74
GI KEEN & SARGENT have removed their Real
T Estate office from 12 East Third street, to
Gilfillan Block, room 29&, where will be found a
large list of property on sale. 73-75
WANTED— A partner with $1,000 cash ina
light, pleasant and profitable business.
Address A 35. Daily Globe. 73-79
FIRST-CLASS day board at International hotel,
corner Seventh and Jackson streets. $4.50
per week. 354-84
CULLEN 7S LIVERY, Nos. 23 and 25 West
Fourth street.—The finest vehicles of all
kinds in the northwest. Coachmen with or with
out livery; a competent agent to attend carriages
at parties, operas, weddings, etc.; a first-class
colored man, Bruce Bryant, to attend door at par
ties and receptions. Invitations delivered with
promptness and dispatch. K. P. Cullen.
COUNTRY Board for Horses cheap. Address
C. W. Cook, box 335, City. 50-77
on furniture, pianos, in residence without re
moval. E. & P. Peters, 283 Sibley street, oppo
site Union depot. 300*
ACKEVS LOAN OFFICE—Notes bought,
money loaned on furniture, pianos, horses,
wagons aud personal property at low rates, with
out removal. Offices, Room 7, Fire and Marine
building, corner Third and Jackson street, St.,
Paul, and Room 7, Mackey & Legg block, corner
of Fourth and Nicollet, Minneapolis. 26-207
LOANS on Life Ins. Policies. L. P. Van
Norman, No. 245, 1st Ave. S. Minneapolis.
Vacation of part of Warren
street and Sherburne
Citt Clerk's Office,
St. Paul, Minn., March 13,1684. f
Whereas, A petition has been filed in this
office as provided by law, by order of the Com
mon Council ofthe City of St, Paul, asking for
the vacation of that part of Sherburne avenue
from a point where Ashton street intersects with
said avenue to Jackson street, and Warren street
from a point one hundred and fifty feet south of
said Sherburne avenue on its west line to a point
about two hundred feet north of said Sherburne
Whebeas, The petitioners state that they own
amajority of the frontage on said streets and that
the object and reason for such proposed vacation
is, that that part of said streets as now laid out
are practicably impassable and to make them
passable would greatly damage the property on
the line of said streets, and destroy the fine pros
pect from that part of the city; that if such
vacation should be made as asked for, tbe peti
tioners will deed other property to change the
line of said streets and make them passible, etc.,
free ot all expense to the city.
Now, therefore, notice is hereby given that
said petition will be heard and considered by the
Common Council of the City of St. Paul, or a
committee to be appointed by them on Tuesday
the 6th day of May, A. D., 1884, at 7:30 o'clock
p. m. at the Council Chamber inthe City HalL
By order of Common Council.
Taoa. A. Fkbssbbsast, City Clerk.
MVE CENTS A LINE
WANTED— A zither teacher. Apply 345 Wa
bashaw street. 72-78
WANTED — An apprentice to learn hair
dresser's trade. Apply at 57 West Third
WANTED— At Hong Wah laundry, a compe
tent girl for washing and ironing. Apply
at once, No. 98 West Sixth street, corner Market.
Ham Mon Hong," Proprietor. 68-98
WANTED— Two girls at 382 Robert street.
WANTED— A competent cook. Apply in the
forenoon before 12 m. at 603 Jackson
WANTED — Sawyer—Situation as filer on
shingle or circular saws by a first-class
hand in a good mill, with steady work and good
wages. Address, G. H. Switzer, Orillia, Ont.
TO SB NT
FOR RENT—Second or third floor 369 Robert
street." Inquire at office, second floor.
FOR RENT—April 1st. Store No. 325 Robert
street, between Third and Fourth. R. W.
0 RENT—A store on We9t Third street,
Bridge square, No. 12. Apply to R. O. Swee
ney or Dr. Stewart. 71
STORE TO RENT, 85 Fourth street, between
Robert and Minnesota. Inquire of John Lar
FOR RENT—A cottage with four rooms.
Pantry and closets, good water and every
convenience. Apply to J. C. McCarthy, Sixth
TO RENT—House of six rooms on Ohio
street. Inquire of P. R. McDonnell, grocer,
corner George and Ohio streets, Sixth ward.
FURNISHED rooms to rent at 49 West Fourth
street. . 74-78
WELL furnished rooms. Furnace heat. Use
of bath, with first-class board, at 19 East
THREE unfurnished rooms for rent at 426
Rice street. 09*
FOR SALE—One top, side bar buggy for sale.
G. F. Kuhles, 129 East Fifth street. 72-74
FOR SALE CHEAP—Oue first-class No. 8
cooking stove with reservoir and coal and
wood fixtures. 196 Genesee street. 74-80
5 ACRES near Marshall avenue, inside the city
limits. I will sell for $4,000,00, five days, ad
dress B..45, Globe oflice. 74-78
ITIOR SALE—At a low price, by Charles Need
' ham, Ottawa, Minn., about two hundred
thousand common building brick, delivered on
the cars at Ottawa. Sample can be seen at the
store of Wm. Lee & Co., St. Paul. 71-84
NEW, seven room house on a nice south-fac
ing lot, good cellar, cistern and well,
$3,600,00. Easy terms. St. Anthony hill. Five
days. Address C, 20, Globe oflice. 74-78
FOR SALE—Houses and lots near the Harvest
er Works, from $1,200 to $1,GOO, with from
one to two acres of land. E. S. Norton, 322 Jack
son street. 60-75
I HAVE a block of thirty lots, near street
car barns, just north of University avenue,
cheap. Address D, 10, Globe oflice. Five days.
FOR SALE—$350.—Good lots near the Uni
versity avenue car stables, and but a short
distance from the St. Paul foundry. . These lots
can be bought on easy terms and are very cheap.
E. S. Norton, 322 Jackson street. 66-75
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE—A choice farm,
fuiiy improved and located one mile from a
good town, and will sell cheap. Farwell & Co.,
Third and Jackson streets.
STORE and lot for sale. The undersigned pro
poses, on account of sickness, to sell his store,
store building and lot, corner of Dearborn and
Hall avenue, in the Sixth ward, cheap and on
reasonable terms. John M. Burch. 61*
FOR SALE—One Brunswick & Balke Acme
pool table, and one billiard table, with balls,
cues and cue racks complete; been in use only
six months. Apply at 398 JacksonatWtti—45-74
a 1 i. t "
MISCELLANEOUS REAL ESTATE.
CHOICE residence property in the Sixth ward
at low figures, good building lots for $25
down and $5 per month, also a choice $6,000 bar
gain, Lawton Bros. 69-75
FOR SALE—$6,500, large house and good lot
on St. Peter street near Iglehart. E. S.
Norton, 322 Jackson street. 74-78
r*rs FEET front by 120 feet deep, near Nash
OO street. This is very desirable property
and close to business, E. S. Norton, 322 Jack
son street. 74-78
LOTS on all parts of St. Anthony hill, also on
University avenne, Martin and Fuller
streets, Ed Dean's addition and Syndicate. E.
S. Norton, 322 Jackson street. 74-78
FOR SALE—Business lots on Fifth street at a
very low price if purchased within a short
time. E. S. Norton, 322 Jackson street. 74-78
LOTS on East Seventh, Reaney and Faucjncr
streets, at low figures. E. S. Norton. 322
Jackson street. 74-78
fo-t OCA will buy abont Wt acres and good
tpJa^^'Ov/ house near the Harvester works.
E. S. Norton, 322 Jackson street. 74-78
d»Q/?ri L°t9 on easy terms near Dale street,
?pOO\J and only short distance from the
Foundry. E. S. Norton, 322 Jackson street.
tpoUU Seventh street. «E. S. Norton, 823
Jackson street. 74-78
FOR SALE—A house, No. 300 Iglehart street.
rh~i Qf\f\ Good ten-room house, large cel-
JpJLrjOUU* lar. cistern, etc., on the bluff in
West St. Paul. This is a decided bargain. E.
S. Norton, -322 Jackson street. 66-75
NOW is the time to bny garden lots. Lawton
Bros, are offering sixteen, five acre lots in
West St. Paul at $200 per acre: secure one early,
175 Dakota avenue, Lawton Bros. 69-75
LIST your property for sale "and orders for
purchasers with Geo. H. Hazzard, Real
Estate and Loan Ageut, 170 East Third street, St.
FOR SALE—The following desirable lots: lots
corner of 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 stieet, city.
(UA £T (\ to $500 for lots on St. Anthony hill.
JpTlOv/ They lay nicely and are very desirably
located. E. S. Norton, 322 Jackson St. 66-75
d-ZLfvO w''* buy houae an(l 'ot Dear tne Har
»PT:OU vester Works. E. S. Norton, 322
Jackson street. 66-75
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST —Pocket memorandum. The finder will
be liberally rewarded by leaving same at
Smith & Co.'s wood office, Seven corners. J, C.
LOST —One dark bay mare, 7 years old, left
fore foot white to above the ankle and little
white spot on|forchead. Leave at 313 University
avenue, St. Paul, or 518 Adams street, east Min
neapolis, and receive a liberal reward. 72-76
BoQce of intGiitKm to Onanize
City of St. Paul, Minn
St. Paul, Minn., March 13, 1884.
Public notice is hereby given by the under
signed corporators, that they intend to 'Organize
a Savings Bank, in accordance with the provis
ions of the General Laws of the state of Minne
sota, unper the name of the
"FIDELITY SAVINGS BANK,"
to be located at No. 155 East Fourth street, in
the Second ward of the city of St. Paul, Ramsey
A. H. Wilder, J. W. Bishop,
Peter Berkey, Jas. J. Hill,
Wm. R. Merriam, John B. Sanborn,
Henry P. Upham, Frederick Driscoll,
William Dawson, Harvey Officer,
S. B, McConnell, Francis B. Clarke.
P, H. Kelly, T. F. Oakes,
Wm. Lindeke, A. G. Foster,
Conrad Gotzian, c. e. Bigelow.
WHETHEE YOU TM hlhll)
It will pay you to purchase it now and save it until you do need it
Considering that you can get it for
At the two stores of
91 East Tliird Street and 153 East Third Street.
SWEEPING REDUCTIONS! LOWEST PRICES EVER DOWN
Have again been made in both stores.
GOLD AND SILVER WATGHES, DIAMONDS
AND EICH JEWELEY OF EVEBY DESCRIPTION.
An Immense Stock of FORFEITED FLEDGES for
Half Their Original Cost, Consisting of
Gold Watches of all styles, Silver Watches of all makes. Diamonds in Solitaire and Cluster
Rings, Solitaire and Cluster Veil Pins and Brooches. Diamond Studs; several verv- fine pairs
Diamond Cuff Buttons, Diamond Collar Buttons; an unusual large assortment of Diamond
Eardrops, Solid Gold Rings, Plain aud Set; Gold Chains, Gold Bracelets, Plated Chains of all
styles; Gold-Headed Canes, Sterling Silver Knives, Forks and Spoons, Music Boxes, Mu
sical Instruments, Opera Glasses, Clocks and Silverware; Guns, Rifles, Revolvers, ite.
&c. Send for Catalogue and List of Prices. Goods sent C. O. D., with privilege of exam
ination. Watch Repairing, Diamond Setting and Engraving.
Money to Loan on All Goods of Value.
Pawnbroker and Jeweler,
41 Jackson Street, - Opposite Merchants Hotel.
AND TELEGRAPHIC INSTITUTE
Has long since established its claims to public favor and has now entered upon its 15th year under
the most favorable auspices. Send for catalogue, giving full particulars. Cor. Third aud Jackson.
W. A. F ADDIS. Principal.
James McMillan & Co.,
Proprietors of tlie
MINNNEAPOLIS SHEEPSKIN TANNERY,
AND DEALKUS IM
HIDES, SHEEP PELTS, WOOL AND FURS,
109 First Auenue South, MIN NK APOLIS, MINK,
Shinmenta soli ci ted. Wri te for oi renl are.
Acknowledged by Artists the Best in the World.
I know of none superior to the Weber and none that ean compete with them
for durability—Ieresn 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 manufacturer of the day.—Emma
\S tber Pianos excel all others in volume of tone and in power of expression.—
There are no Pianos in the world that sustain the voice like the Weber.—Em*
ma A bbott.
R. O. MXnSTG-ER, Asent, St. Paul.
SEND FOR CATALOGUES.
FAIRBANKS, MORSE & CO., ■ 371 & 373 Sibley street.
N< >YJES, BROS. Sd CUTLEK,
IMPORTERS MD WHOLESALE 1WISR
08 and 70 Sibley street, corner Fifth, St. Paul, Minn.
wm & UBLTSTT
BOOT AHD BHOl D1ALU8.
SCHLIEK & CO..
NO. 89 EAST THIRD STREET,
Bargains in Boots & Slioes.
3t Paul Agency for BURT'S, QEAY'fl,
REYNOLD'S, and Many Others.
|y Mail orders promptly filled.
THE ST- PAUL
Rew Offices in the First National Bank
Building, 5o. 155 E. Fourth Street.
CAPITAL, - SQ50,000.
Guarantee Fund deposited with thc
State auditor, $100,000;
Incorporated Under the Laws of IBInne-
Acts as executor, administrator, guardian, trus
tee, assignee, receiver, agent and attorney.
Takes charge of the property of non-residents,
absentees, etc., collects and remits income
promptly and discharges faithfully the duties of
all trusts committed to it.
' LOAN MONEY on commission, and if desired
guarantee both principal and interest.
Special attention invited to our Debekttre
Bonos, bearing semi-annual interest, payable in
MONEY TO LOAN.
In sums to suit, at current rates. Real estate
S. B. McConnell, -J. W. Bishop,
TO THE PUBLIC.
We, the undersigned liverymen of St. Paol,
having the finest carriages and hearses in tho
city, do herehy agree to furnish carriages and
hearses for funerals at the following prices, vis:
Morning's carriages, $2.00 eaoh.
•• hearses, 3.00 M
Afternoon's carriages, 3.00 "
" hearses, 4.00 "
KIMBLE P. CULLEN, 23 & 25 West Fohrth St.
W. L. NICHOLS, 34 West Fourth street,
J. P. ALEXANDER, Cor. Eighth aud Sibley SU,
E. W. SHIRK, Overpeck's old stand.
GEO. W. TURNBULL, 343 Exchange street.
HEWSON 0. SEMPLE, Cor. Tenth and Fine.
Citt Clerk's Oppice, )
St. Paul, March 7, 1984. J
Sealed proposal* will be received at this offlc*
nntil Tuesday, the 18th day of March. A. D.
1884, at 3 o'clock p. m., for furnishing the city
of Saint Paul with such lumber as may be re
quired for the year ending December 31st, 1884,
and in accordance with specifications therefor on
file in the office of the City Engineer,
a The right to reject any and all bids is reserved.
By order of the Common Council.
THOS. A. PRENDERGAST, City Clerk.
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I W. H. HESSE'S
Pearl & Temperance Streets, St, Panl, Minn.
Fresh and Salt Meats of all kinds constantly on
hand. Satisfaction guaranteed to all who trade
ty ith mt* *»-*•