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St. Patrick's day in the morning.
The anniversary day of Ireland's patron
Col Allen reuncd home from a ten days
visit east yesterday morning.
Sitting Bull retired to the privacy of his
wigwam at the Merchants at an early hour
last evening. '
The theft of a silver and two gold watches
by Dan Green on Thursday, was from the
jewelry store of George Rochat, 100 West
John Brown, a drunk and disorderly run
»nto the city hall yesterday afternoon, was
given his freedom on putting up $20 bail for
his appearance this morning before Judge
Major H. A. Varnum, U. S. A., is stopping
in this city awaiting the breaking up of the
winter so that he can march a company of
newly enlisted troops across the plains to
E. A. Lindsley, formerly of the Metropol
itan hotel in this city, having sold out a ho
tel he has lately been running at Mondan, is
about to leave for Colorado Springs where he
will run the Antler house.
Sheriff Thomas McTague and Deputy
Sheriff E. S. Creel, of Deer Lodge, Dakota,
spent Sunday at the Merchants, having in
charge M. Gamble, a criminal sentenced to
the territorial penitentiary at Yankton.
Wm. Carlson after breaking several panes
of glass in Mrs. Johnson's house, 580 East
Seventh street, yesterday afternoon, entered
the same and further continued his glass
breaking until grabbed by an officer. The
lady will appear against him in court this
John Hoop caused the arrest of J. Ervine
last evening for knocking him down on Sev
enth street as also for carrying concealed
weapons. Hoop put up ?10 bail for his own
appearance against the prisoner before Judge
Burr this morning, who will administer on
this attempt at human cooperage.
All the Irish societies will unite in accord
ance with their custom, and call on Bishop
Grace this morning. Services will be held in
the cathedral and other churches in the city
in the forenoon, and there will be evening
amusements at Armory and Pfeifer halls,and
at St. Michael's church, at West St. Paul.
It has been discovered that Minneapolis is
oadlng off all its tramps and poverty-stricken
parties just out of its hospitals upon St. Paul.
One of those latter, lately laid up with frozen
feet in a Minueapolis hospital, and hardly
able to walk, gave this " shove along game "
away to the police yesterday.
The fire alarm at the Minneapolis city hall,
was sounded at noon yesterday, and, obedi
ent to instructions, at this signal the whole
department turned out. It proved to be a
give-away, a policeman having seen an ex
cited crowd gathered about a couple of fight
ing dogs, and taking it for granted it must
be a Are, having pulled the box.
A very interesting meeting was held at the
V. M. C. A. rooms yesterday afternoon. Mr.
E. W. Watkins, traveling secretary of the
international committee gave an impressive
address upon the interest in the welfare of
young men throughout the country in the
establishing of associations for that purpose.
2 Sam'1 18:29, was taken as the basis of his
remarks. A temperance meeting is to be
held to-morrow evening.
Officer Gibbons arrested J. Miller near
Oakland cemetery yesterday for furious driv
ing. He had two ladies with him and the
horse was white with prespiration and be
longed to the Peter Berkey stables. The
mad driver seemed intent on running over
women and children on the street crossings
and several bad narrow escapes before he
was arrested. He put up $24.00 for bail and
will answer to the municipal court this morn
Wm. Irvine and Robert Burns, two tramps
who have been lodging at the city hall for
several weeks, were scooped into the cells on
a charge of larceny early yesterday morning.
On Saturday evening one of them knocked
at the door of a Mrs. Johnson on Rosabel
street, and as she answered the call, gave her
Borne taffy conversation, while his mate
hoisted a window of the house and stole and
made off with a dolman cloak and a lady's
hat. They are thought to have sold the arti
cles before their arrest to obtain beer
Fred K. Bathooen, of Berlin, is at the Mer
E. G. Vemple, of Rushmere, is at the Met
Judge Hugh Campbell, of Yankton, is at
Maj. B. B. Keeler, U. S. A., is stopping at
Thomas Wi Hart, a prominent citizen of
Fargo, is at the Merchants.
W. W. Randall, advance agent for "Hazel
Kirke," is a guest at the Windsor.
Allen R. McDonald, a prominent citizen of
Port Arthur, is at the Merchants.
R. L. McCulloek, wife and child, of Mon
tana, are at the Merchants, being en route
G. Ehlert, of Milwaukee, and John Arm
itrong, of Adrian, Mich., are guests at the
F. V. Doty and wife, of Duluth, spent Sun
day at the Windsor. Mr. Doty is the station
agent of the Duluth road in that city.
W. H. Swan, of Ft. Bennett; J. S. Butter
field, of Sioux City, and Alfred Dickie, of
Jamestown, are guests at the Merchants.
Geo. N. Simmsand Geo. B. Holme, of New
York, connected with the Northern Pacific
road, stopped over Sabbath at the Merchants.
G. B. Lowry, of Fergus Falls; T. J. Lilly,
Owatonna, and A. Christiani, of Turtle
River, G. J. Fullerton, of Plankinton, and
T. Fullerton, of Mitchell, Dakota, are guests
at the Windsor.
The RolandReed company open an engage
ment at the Grand to-night in the amusing
comedy of "Cheek." In referring to the
play a New Orleans exchange 6ays:
Mr. Roland Reed met with a hearty recep
tion at the Academy last night, in his new
play, "Cheek." Long before the doors
opened the crowd extended across the side
walk into the street. When the time arrived
the rush was great and Treasurer Mauberret
had hi9 hands full. The house was soon
packed from the uttermost corner of the
gallery to the rearmost seat of the parquette.
When Mr. Reed made his first appearance in
the first act, a spontaneous cheer went up
that made the house vibrate. It was a tribute
to that gentleman, of which he ought to be
proud. Throughout the play, which affords
many opportunities for Mr. Reed's rare
comedy powers, he fully carried out all that
was expected of him and more. ' His 6ongs,
of which he was compelled to sing a number,
were vociferously applauded, and he sent his
audience away captivated.— Times Democrat,
The sale of seates for the engagement of
the Barry & Fay combination opens at the
Grand on Wednesday morning.
Sitting Bull has accepted an invitation to
visit the Opera house to-morrow evening.
An attractive programme is announced at
the Olympic this week, the attraction being
Arlington & Fields combination, the per
formance of which is announced as one of
the most entertaining 6hows on the road.
His Supreme Highness-
Sitting Bull sat through the morning ser
vice at the Church of the Assumption yester
day, being accompanied by his nephew and
Maj. McLaughlin and his son. The church
was densely filled and big crowds gathered
in the street both at the opening of the ex
ercises to get a view of this noted Sioux.
In the afternoon Fire Commissioners De
lano, Slyk, Parker and Prendergast with
Maj. McLaughlin, conducted Sitting Bull and
nephew to the Central fire house, and No. 1
and 2 engine houses, to exhibit to him the
workings of the department. At No. 2 the
new engine was run out and fired up and
threw three 1J6 inch streams of water for
half an hour. At Central hall he was shown
the fire district telegraph and he pulled »
box alarm connected with a gong which
brought out the horses to their
places and the men down
the sliding post to his evident
astonishment and gratification. Here the
hook andladderwasrun out of the house,and
the city extension ladder was hoisted against
McMillan's packing house, and other work
ings of the department exhibited.
The high school and other points of interest
are to be visited by the party to-day.
A TOUGH OLD TIME.
Street Car Blockade—A Double Fiffht
Against Arrest—Probably the
Result of Carelessness.
At half-past ten o'clock last evening a
street car blockade of large dimensions oc
curred on the corner of Wabashaw and
Fourth streets, evidently caused by a misun
derstanding of a dozen or more Germans,
who it i6 thought mistook some ohter car for
a University street car, and loading into it
dropped their nickels into the till, and on
discovering their error proposed to have the
driver refund their money, and refused to
let him budge on with his car until he did.
Captain Bresette and Officer Nugent tried
to break the blockade, but the irate travelers
refused to be interfered with, making the
wildest demonstrations and proposing to
fight it right out there if it took all summer.
The captain, blowing his whistle for aid,
with Nugent charged into the car and
brought out his man, whom he delivered to
Officers Bahe and Bruso, who had arrived,
hut as Officer Nugent was getting out with
his man he was pitched upon by the
others in the car and knocked down. The
other three officers came to bis relief, when
the liveliest knock down fight in the city for
a long spell of weather occurred in that car,
out of which the officers secured four prison
ers, the balance of the party having taken
fright and to their heels and escaped. A
large crowd of spectators had assembled and
with the blockade the 6cene was for a few
minutes one of the liveliest excitement, all
the windows of the injuncted car having been
broken in the melee.
On the arrival of the prisoners at the city
hall they refused to be locked up or to listen
to any reason, talking to each other in the
wildest manner in their language, and on
the attempt of the officers to run them into
cells fought them like tigers. Although Offi
cer O'Keefe also took a hand in there were
numerous knock downs on both sides, bloody
noses and torn garments and many big
blotches of blood on the office floor testify to
a very hard fought battle before they were
subdued and locked up by the force.
Later in the evening the Globe reporter
aided by an interpreter subsidized from the
tramp room, learned of them that they were
four brothers named Fred, Gottlieb, Adam
and Will Hag, that they had been in St. Paul
two years; that they werecarpenters by trade,
and lived at the end of the University car
line, but it was impossible to get any further
intelligence from them, they not seeming to
be able to converse any more intelligibly in
their own language than in English.
Officer O'Keefe said he had seen nothing
like this to remind him of an old-time honest
fight in many a year—"It was the tallest kind
of business for us for ten minutes, you can
bet your bottom dollar, uncle."
A Jail Burned.
The jail of Pine City, Pine county, Minn.,
was bnrned yestesday morning between 12
and 4 o'clock. Two men, supposed to have
come from Murray's camp, had just been ar
rested and placed in the jail and are sup
posed to . have been burned, as they are
missing and were in the building
at the time of the fire. It is supposed that
the men being drunk one of them struck a
match and accidently set the building on
Sneak thieves are reported to be putting in
their work at Mankato.
Nicolas Galles, a former resident of New
Ulm, is now one of the principal members
of the New Mexico legislature and receives
his mail as "Hon. N. Galles" with becoming
dignity. Such is life.
William Thompson, a horse thief who es
caped through the roof of the jail in St. Peter
some time ago, was lately arrested at Fort
Ripley, in the Crow Wing country, and is
back again at his old quarters in jail.
St Peter Tribune: GustaveP. Hall, of Ber
nadotte, informs us that he raised 160 bush
els of flax last year on 8 acres of land and
sold it at $1.30 per bushel. He says raising
flax will pay the farmers much better than
The house of John Rose, of Chatfield, Fill
more county, and all its contents were de
stroyed by fire last week. Mrs. Rose was
sick in bed at the time and narrowly escaped
St. Charles Union: We regret to learn that
H. N. Gage, Esq., one of our oldest and best
known citizens, has determined to leave St.
Charles and make St. Paul his future home.
He has been one of our city justices for
many years, he was re-elected to the office,
at the late charter election, by an almost
unanimous vote, showing the confidence his
fellow-citizens had in him. Well, peace and
prosperity go with him.
At the roller rink in St. Peter the other
night, Charles Woods slipped and fell, hav
ing an ahkle badly sprained. He was carried
out fainting. The same evening Jennie
Kennedy fell and a skater coming along at
the instant one of his skates struck her in
the mouth breaking two of her front teeth.
The Faribault Republican says: The busi
ness men of Faribault have arranged to have
two thousand extra copies of the local papers
sent out monthly to non-subscribers in Rice
county and adjoining portions of other
counties. The Republican sends out a large
number this week, and persons receiving
sample copies will consider them as a com
plimentary from the business men of this
The St. Peter Tribune says: About one
year ago Mrs. Marie L. Bronson, of Hender
sorOn-as arrested charged with setting fire to
anaburning the hotel in that place for the
purpose of obtaining the insurance money.
She was duly arraigned last week for trial,
but her attorney made a motion for a change
of venue and the judge allowed the motion
and fixed on Nicollet county as the place.
The trial will come off in St. Peter during
the" April term of court.
Fergus Falls Telegram: Mrs. Marie Kretzs
chmar, wife of Carl Kretzschmar of Red
Lake Falls, died at 9:30 Thursday evening of
dropsy. Mr. and Mrs. Kretzschmar came
from Berlin to this country in 1866, and
were the first settlers in Fergus Falls. From
here they moved to Crookston, and each was
identified with the building up and develop
ing of that city. Two years ago they settled
in Red Lake Falls and have in that time
amassed a fortune.
Fergus Falls Telegram: Mr. and Mrs. John
Sencerbox yesterday were bereaved by the
death of an infant son, aged eight months.
The babe was apparently in good health, al
though not a robust child, and*about ten
o'clock in the morning the mother left it to
go into another room. She returned in fif
teen minutes and found the baby dead. The
cause of death can only be conjectured.
Glencoe Enterprise: A pack of prairie
wolves are making their home in Sumter in
the neighborhood of Wm. Johnson's, and
have committed many depredations during
the "winter. Jacob Johnson, son of Wm.
Johnson, shot and wounded one of them
last Friday. John Youngclaus was waiting
for the pack with his gun to kill the whole
lot, but they scented a big load of buckshot
before they got to John, and turned in
another direction. The whole neighborhood
enjoys fine 6port hunting the pesky animals..
Cannon Falls Beacon: The Red Wing
Argus raises the names of Senator Bayard of
Deleware and ex-Senator McDonald of Indi
ana as its candidates for president and vice
president. No purer nor abler statesmen
live to-day in this country than the ones
Duluth News: Air Drakes are heing fitted
on the big engines of the St. Paul & Duluth
road, and it is stated that in the spring pas
senger trains will make the trip between the
termini in five hours and a half. Breakfast
in- Duluth, dinner in St. Paul. Railroad
men say that there will be no difficulty in
making the trip in that time.
Hokah Chief: A party of young people
were playing games and having a good time
generally at Clequet, this state, when ayoung
man proposed that they should have a wed
ding. One of the young couples agreed to
go through the ceremony, which they did,
the man who proposed the farce officiating.
When the ceremony >ua completed be in-
THE ST. PAUL DAILY GLOBE, MONDAY MORNING,, MARCH 17, iro*;
formed them that they were legally married.
They did not wish to be married, bat are said
to be living together,'under the impression
that they are man and wife. This is not the
first time the fellow has put up a job of this
Faribault Republican: Wednesday night
an attempt was made to steal a horse belong
ingtoM. H. Keeley, Esq. A saddle, three
bridles, a pair of martingales and a pair of
lines were stolen, and the horse unfastened,
but the sliding door jumped the track and be
came Listened so that it could not be
opened wide enough to allow the horse to pass
Marshall Messenger: A few days ago An
drew and Peter Peterson went on a drun kat
Cokato and Peter laid down on the track and
went to sleep, a train came along and killed
him. Andrew went back to Cokato and felt
so bad over the affairthat he took something;
later in the evening he went back to the
scene of the accident and being drowsy lay
down for a sleep and the evening train came
along and killed him.
The Le Sueur Sentenel is informed that the
Cannon Valley or Minnesota Central Railroad
company are cutting out the right of way
through the timber between Waterville and
Elysian, which affords rather conclusive evi
dence that the road is to be built to Elysian
and beyond the present year.
Northfield Journal: Wednesday night
Ross Anderson, a Norweigan living near St.
Olaf's school shot himself with a 22 caliber
revolver, the shot taking effect below the right
ear producing only a flesh wound. Mr. An
derson has conducted himself strangely for
some time, the last queer piece of business
he did was to sell a piece of land and buy it
back again the next day for $300 more than
he sold it for.
Willmar Republican Gazette: The three
men who were indicted by the grand jury
last week and plead guilty, were Hendrick
son, indicted for stealing wheat, $100 fine
or thirty days' in jail. Mellen Abbott, in
dicted for maliciously shooting a cow, $50
fine or forty days in jail. John A.Ander
son, indicted for obtaining property under
false pretenses, $150 fine or sixty days in
jail. They all declared their inability to pay
the fines, and were hence taken back to jail.
Hendrickson and Anderson had previously
been confined between three and four
Months, and Abbott about thirty days.
Anheuser Bnsch Export Beer, at 106 W. Third
street. H. Orlemann, agent,
Cause and Effect.
At times symptous of indigestion are present,
uneasiness of the stomach, etc., a moisture like
perspiration, producing an itching at night, or
when one is warm, cause the piles. The effect
is immediate relief upon the applicatiin of Dr.
Bosanko's Pile Remedy. Price 50 cents. For
sale by A. It. Wilkes, B. & E. Zimmerman and
F. Stierle, druggists.
After March 17
The stores of Sattler Brothers, 91 and 153
East Third street, will be open until 9 p. m.
The lady friends of "C" company are earnestly
requested to attend a meeting at the Armory in
"C" company's room on Tuesday, March 18, at
3 p. m., to organize for the fair.
After March 17
The stores of Sattler Brothers, 91 and 153 East
Third street, will be open until 9 p. m.
Besley's Wankcgan Ale and Porter, at 106 W.
Third street. H. Orlemann, agent.
Everybody Knows It.
When yon have Itch, Salt Rheum, Galls, or
Skin eruptions of any kind, and the Piles, th
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 fifty
cents, which affords immediate relief. A sure
SCHMIDT—Saturday morning, March 15, 1884.
at 5 o'clock a.m., at his residence, No. 40 West
Third street, after a long illness, Conrad
Schmidt, aged 59 years.
Funeral Monday, March 17, at 2 o'clock p. m.
from his late residence. Friends respectfully
tnvited to attend.
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 powders. Sold only
in cans. Royal Baking Powder Co., 19G Wall
street, New York.
Teeth extracted without pain. All work guaran
teed. Dr. Cullum, 41 East Third St., Cor. Cedar.
Citt Clerk's Office, )
St. Paul, March 7, 1884. (
Sealed proposals will be received at this office
until Tuesday, the 18th day of March. A. D.
1884, at 8 o'clock p. m., for furnishing the city
of. Saint Paul with such lumber as may be re
quired for the year ending December 3ist, 1884,
and in accordance with specifications therefor on
file in the office of the City Engineer.
nThe right to reject any and all bids is reserved.
By order of the Common Council.
THOS. A. PRENDERGAST, City Clerk.
NOTICE —A mortgage made by Louis Wagner,
mortgagor, to John btnilord, mortgagee,
dated December 15th, 2o8'3. and recorded in the
office of the Register cf Deeds in Ramsey county.
Minnesota, February 3d, 1S83, at 4 o'clock and
30 minutes p. m., in Book Tl of mortgages, on
page 540, will be foreclosed by a sale of the
mortgaged premises, to-wit: Lots one and two
in block three in llolcomb's addition to St. Paul,
Minnesota, according to the plat thereof on file
and of record in the office of said register for
default in the payment of $32 claimed to be due
thereon at this date. The sale will be made
April 30th, 18S4, at ten o'clock a. m., at the
sheriff's office in said County, to satisfy suid
mortgage, interest, costs and $25 attorney's fee
as stipulated therein. .
March 17th, 1S84.
JOHN STAFFORD, Mortgagee,
Joxes & Gove, Mortgagee's Attorneys.
The moet. elegant Blood Purifier, Liver Invigora
tor, Tonic, and Appetizer ever known. The first
Bitters containing iron ever advertised in America.
Unprincipled persons are imitabng the name;
look out for frauds. See that the following signa
ture is on every bottle, and take none other:
\*r Dbusoist & Chskist,
ST. FA^TXt, • 3k£Z£TtT.
In the course of our business, we sometimes
receive curious and interesting letters, and below,
we append a few, which we have no doubt will
interest the public:
"MnrsEAFOLifl, Minn., March 6,1884.
"Deab Sirs ; Please send me a plat of Wright's
Addition with prices and terms. My boys saw
Mr. Delano's letter recommending people to buy
there, and nothing must do but the boys must
have a lot apiece there. They happen to know
Mr. D. and think he knows. I suppose I'll have
to salt down a conple, for the lads, till they«come
of age. I would rather buy here, but prices are
altogether too altitudinous. Yours truly, B."
"P. S. Don't let that last remark get back
here. It would ruin my business."
Here is another from Hastings, Minn., dated
the 10th inst:
"Deab Sirs: Some of our 6hrewd operators
have been investing in lots in your Wright's Ad
dition, and it is creating quite a stir here. Some
more of us are coming up to make a deal with
you. We want to get in and to get in Wright,
for we are not the kind to get left. Send me six
plats, with prices and terms. Yours truly,
A young lady favors us in this fashion:
St. Paul, Minn., March 13, 1884.
DeakSirs: Do you. intend changing your ad
vertisement for a few days. If you do, I'm going
out of town and want you to send it to me. I
read it every morning. It's most as interesitng as
the "Marriages and Deaths," especially that one
about "The young man" who bought a lot in
Wright's Addition. We girls all wonder if he
belongs to our set. I wonder if it is Will ; if it
aint, he will soon buy one, or he can't swing on
our front gate this summer. Yours r:spy.,
Here is another from some one who is a trifle
esthetic and fond of euphony:
St, Paul, March 12,1884.
Dear Sirs: Why don't you call Wright's addi
tion,"Wright Side." It's euphonious and taking,
and has its advantages. The fonetic orthographer
would spell it "Right Side," and there Would be
no end of playing on the word. When people in
quire about that property, (and from what I hear
lots of people do,) you can say:
Its Right side Summit avenue.
Its Right side the Milwaukee & St. Paul Short
Its Right side the coming Motor line.
Its Right side Delano's Center of population.
Its Right side up with care.
Its Wrong side of nothing.
Faithfully yours, M. R. W.
When you come in to buy a lot, we'll show you
MONEY TO LOAN on improved city property.
Cocbran & Newport.
Southwest corner Jackson and Fifth sts.
Real Estate aMoneaga Loans
360 Jackson street, St Paul, Minn.
Investments made and taxes paid for non-resi
M <3t* KOBERTSON,
(Successor to D. A. Robertson & Co., the oldest
real estate agency in Minnesota.)
No. 7 McQuillan Block, cor. Third & WaDasliaw.
(Twelve years established in Saint Paul as)
HEAL ESTATE AM MOM BROKER,
Corner Third and Robert streets, in the Savings
Bank block, ST. PAUL, 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
R. W. JOHNSQN,
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
MANNHEIMER BLOCK, - • ROOM 11,
St. Paul, - - - Minn.
Real Estate & Loan Broker,
NO. 63 EAST THIRD STREET,
St. Paul, - - Minn.
SALES on the the West side are improving each
day, property raising steadily. We most
respectfully advise our patrons to secure the lot
for their homes immediately, before another ad
We offer property in any and all parts and ad
ditions of the Sixth ward at the lowest rates and
Look at our list of acre property just outside
the corporation. Secure for yourself one of
Lawton's garden lots at $200 per acre on long
Elegant business lots on Dakota avenue, $450
on monthly payments. 175 Dakota avenue.
House and two lots on Conard street, SI,000.
Bouse and lot on Robie, §1,400.
Houses for rent in different localities.
76-82 LAWTON BROS.
BUY one of Lawton's garden lots of 5 acres at
$200 per acre: only two miles from Post
oflice. LawtonBros. 76-82
BliifciiTER FOR sale"
The Citizens 1 National Bank of Mankato, Minn.,
has for sale, vert cheap, 33 feet of bank coun
ter with gronnd 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 lank. Address W. G. HOEliR, Cashier,
Mankato, .Minn. 70eod
NOTICE TO^CONTR ACTORS!
Sealed proposals will be received at the office
of George Wirth, architect, up to noon of
Saturday, the loth' day of March, 18S4, for all the
labor and material to be used in the construction
of the building of the National German-American
bank, or the separate parts thereof. Plans and
specifications inuy be seen at the architect's office
iu 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 Liudckc, Chairman liuildin;:
committee. St. Paul, Man.h 6, 1884. 08-73
The time for filing above proposals is extended
to the 22d.
PROPOSALS will be received at the office of
the Board of Water Commissioners, 2-i
East Fifth street, on or before the 2d flay of
April 1884, for constructing one and one-half
for water Supply. Work to be done in aceord
ance with plan* and specifications on file i:i the
office of the Engineer of Mid Board. •
A bond of twenty per cert, of the amount bid
with two sureties, resident of the state of Minne
sota, must accompany each proposal. A form of
bid will be furnished on application.
• The Board reserves the right to reject anv and
L. W. RUNDLETT,
Engineer Board of Water Commissioners.
Is settled in his elegant New Store
Corner HiiilH M fttt Peter m%
Where can be found the finest and best of Drugs,
Perfumery, Toilet Articles, Patent Medicine's,
etc. Also, all kinds of Garden and Flower Seeds
in their season.
PBE8CBTPTIOTTS A SPEGI> T.TY
on fnrnitnre, pianos, in residence without re
moval. E. & F. Peters, 283 Sibley street, oppo
site Union depot. 300*
MACKEY'S LOAN OFFICE—Notes bought,
money loaned on furniture, pianos, horses,
wagons and 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 las. Policies. L. P. Van
HoimtJB, 27«. 845,1st Ave. S. Minneapolis. j
FIVE CENTS A LINE
WANTED— Good cook. Glyndon house, 610
Seventh street, west. 76-77
WANTED— A good girl for general house
work in a small family. German or
Swede. 377 Washington street, near Rice park.
WANTED— A good girl for general house
work. Apply from 3 to 4 o'clock in the
afternoon at 227 Iglehart street. 76-82
"YT7" ANTED—Man and wife to work on farm,
YV Man must understand farm work, woman
to take charge of house. Inquire or write G. W.
Sherwood, St. Paul. To*
WANTED— Men to canvass for the Light Run
ning Domestic Sewing Machine, 18 West
Third street. T5-79
WANTED— A zither teacher. Apply 345 Wa
bashaw street. "2-78
~\\f ANTED—At Hong Wah laundry, a compe-
VV tent girl for washing and ironing. Apply
at once, No. 98 West Sixth street, corner Market.
Ham Mon Hong, Proprietor. 68-98
TT7 ANTED—Two girls at 382 Robert street.
WANTED— A competent cook. Apply in the
forenoon before 12 m. at 603 Jackson
WANTED — Sawyer—Situation as flier 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 RENT—A store on West Third street,
Bridge square, No. 12. Apply to R. O. Swee
ney or Dr. Stewart. " "1
FOR RENT—House of three rooms, 158 Pleas
ant avenue. 76-77
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.
FOR RENT—Three rooms suitable for light
housekeeping at 305 Iglehart street. 75-87
FURNISHED rooms to rent at 49 West Fourth
THREE unfurnished rooms for rent at 426
Rice street. *>9*
FOR SALE—A house, No. 300 Iglehart street.
FOR SALE—82,600. Good house and lot on
Farrington avenue, St. Anthony hill. House
has cellar and cistern. This is a nice little cot
tage and a bargain. E. S. Norton, 322 Jackson
street. W-W ■
FOR SALE—The hotel property, stock, bowl
ing alley and fixtures, corner Van Buren and
Dale streets. Inquire at Globe office.
FOR SALE—$3,300. Seven room* house, cel
lar, cistern and large closets, also a barn.
St. Anthony Hill, half block from street cars.
E. S. Norton, 322 Jackson street. 76-78
FOR SALE CHEAP— One flrst-elass No. 8
cooking stove with reservoir and coal and
wood fixtures. 196 Genesee street. 74-80
FOR SALE—$500 cash down, balance in month,
ly installments, will buy a good seven room
house, good cellar and barn. Lot 40x142 on Ron
do street. E. S. Norton, 322 Jackson street.
FOR SALE—$800. Good house and lot on
Reaney street if bought within a few days.
This is very cheap. E. S. Norton, 322 Jackson
5 ACRES near Marshall avenue, inside the city
limits. I will sell for $4,000,00, five days, ad
dress B, 45, Globe office. 74-78
FOR 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 office. 74-78
I HAVE a block of thirty lots, near street
car barns, just north of University avenue,
cheap. Address D, 10, Globe office. Five days.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE—A choice farm,
fully 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*
MISCELLANEOUS REAL ESTATE.
MONEY in sums from $1,000 to $3,000 on
improved city property. Cremer & Co.,
323 Jackson street. 75-79
FOR SALE—$6,500, large* house and good lot
on St. Peter street near Iglehart. E. S.
Norton, 322 Jackson street. 74-78
nr* 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 avenue, 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 Fiiuqner
streets, at low figures. E. S. Norton. 822
'Jackson street. 74-78
H>-J Q£tA will buy about l'i acres and good
tpXjAdOv/ house near the Harvester works.
E. S. Norton, 322 Jackson street. 74-78
r[»Qr*rV Lots on easy terras near Dale street,
*]VjOvJ and only short distance from the
Foundry. E. S. Norton, 322 Jackson street.
CtQAA nH casLn w'" buy a good lot on East
•pOUU Seventh street. E. S. Norton, 322
Jackson street. 74-78
LIST your property for sale and orders for
purchasers with Geo. K. Hazzard, Real
Estate aud Loan Age at, 170 East Third street, St.
}710B 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, j
fronting on Seventh'street, (end of bridge); 12
iuis In Irvine's addition to West St. Paul: also a •
weil established paying business. Apply to
George W. Turuintll, 843 Exchange street, city.
•— *— . ".': .. .: rz?
LOST A.\It I'O UNI).
T~ OST—Pocket memorandum. The finder will
XJ be liberally rewarded by leaving same at i
Smith it Co.'s wood office. Seven corners. J, C.
MIHCE I. f.. » V 1-: O T 's.
"\\TANT"::)— A partner with $'..000 cash In a
\ » light, pleasant and profitable business.
Address A33, Dailt Globe. 78-79
IjlIBST-CLASS day boardjtt International hotel,
1 corner Seventh and Jackson streets. S4.5J
per week. _ 354-64
CU'LLEN'S LIVERY, Nos.~23~amI 25~ West
) Fourth street.—The finest vehicles of all
kinds in the northwest. Ceacuraen v.it'a or with
out livery; a competent agent to attend carriages
nt parties, operas, weddings, etc.; u first-class
colored man, Brace Bryant, to attend door at par
tics and receptions. Invitations delivered with
promptness and dispatch. K. P. Cuiien.
COUNTRY Board for Horses cheap. Address
C. W. Cook, box 335, City. 50-77
Mm of Intent ion to Org*niz< a Savings
Batik iu the City of St. Paul, Minn.
St. Pact,, 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, under 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. Panl, 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.
Monday, Hoj mil Wednesday
We shall offer the following remarkable inducements on
Star Shirt Waists!
A 50 cent Waist will be sold for 25 cents.
A 75 " " " " «• 3Q "
A $100 •' •• «« » 50 "
A 1.25 " M «• " e2 M
A 1.50 M M '• " 75 ««
These Goods are BARGAINS at their Original Mark, but to close
them out we make this
50 PER CENT REDUCTION!
It is a matter of interest to Mothers, and they should profit by
the offer during the next three days.
91 East Third Street and 153 East Third Street.
AND TELEGRAPHIC INSTITUTE
Has long since established its claims to public favor and has now entered upon its 15th year undei
the most favorable auspices. Send for catalogue, giving full particulars. Cor. Third and Jackson,
W. A. FADDIS, Principal.
GOLD AND SILVER WATGHES, DIAMONDS
AND RICH JEWELBY OP EVERY DESCRIPTION.
An Immense Stock of FORFEITED PLEDGES /or
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 very tine pairs
Diamond Cull Buttons, Diamond Collar Buttons; an unusual large assortment of Diamond
Eardrops, Solid Gold Rings, Plain and Set; Gold Chains, Gold Bracelets, Plated Chains of all
styles; Gold-Headed Canes. Sterling Silver Knives, Forks and Spoons, Music Boies, Mu
sical Instruments, Opera Glasses, Clocks and Silverware; Guns, Rifles, Revolvers, &c,
&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 tioodsjof Value.
Pawnbroker and Jeweler,
41 Jackson Street, - Opposite Merchants Hotel.
James McMillan & Co.,
Proprietors of the
MINNNEAPOLIS SHEEPSKIN TANNERY,
AND DEALERS IK
HIDES, SHEEP PELTS, WOOL AND PURS,
109 First AuenueSoath, MINNEAPOLIS, MINK,
ShiDments solicited. Write for circulars.
Acknowledged by Mists the Best in the World.
I know of none superior to the Weber and none that can compete with them
for durability.—1 eresa 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
J Weber Pianos excel all others in volume of toue and iu power of expression.—
There are no Pianos in the world that sustain the voice like the Weber.—Em
R. O. MTJISTGER, A.eent, St. Paul.
SEND FOR CATALOGUES.
BOOT AXD BHOfl DBAUHB.
SCHLIEK & CO..
NO. 89 EAST THIRD STREET,
Mis in Boots Uloiis.
St. Paul Agency for BURT'S, GRAY'S,
REYNOLD'S, and Many Others.
f£} Mail orders promptly filled.
FAIRBMS, MORSE & CO.,
IMPOBTEBS AND WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS.
08 and 70 Sibley street, corner Fifth, 8t. Paul, Minn.
ll'mmA & Mlllll, St. Panl, Minn.
THE ST- PAUL
New Offices in Ihfl First Rational Bank
Building, No. 155 E. Fourth Street, j
CAPITAL, - S25G,OOO.j
Guarantee Fund deposited with the
State auditor, $100,000;
Incorporated ludcr |thc Lavs of Rlinne-
Acts as execuior, administrator, gnaraian, 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.
f LOAN MONEY on commission, and If desired j
guarantee both principal and interest.
Special attention invited to our Debenture
Bonos, bearing semi-annual interest, payable in
New York. t
MONEY TO LOAN.
In sums to suit, at current rates. Real estate
S. B. McCox>-ell, J. W. Bishop,
Secretary. President j
- 371 & ffl Sibley street.
Vacation of part of Warren
street and Sherburne
Citt Clerk'8 Omci, I
St. Paul, Minn., March 13,1884. f
Whereas, A petition has been filed in thl»
office as provided by law, by order of the Com
mon Council of the City of St, Paul, asking for
j the vacation of that part of Sherburne avenue
' from a point where Ash ton street intersects with
' said avenue to Jackson street, and Warren street
i from a point one hundred and fifty feet south of
| said Sherburne avenue on its west line to a point
I about two hundred feet north of said Sherburne
! avenue, and
Whereas, The petitioners state that they own
a majority 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 ont
are practicably impassable and to make them
passable would greatly damage the property oa
the line of said streets, and destroy the fine proa
pect from that part of the city; that if suck
vacation should be made as asked for, the peti
tioners will deed other property to change the
line of said streets and make them passible, etc.,
free of all expense to the city.
Now, tnerefore, notice is hereby given thai
said petition will be heard and considered by tut
Common Council of the City of St. Paul, or •
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 in the City Hall.
By order of Common Council.
j Tuos. A. Prk.ndkbqast, City Clerk.
, HARVEY OFFICER,
I Attorney at Law.
To 155 East Fourth St.,
• Firat Floor, Mew First Nat. Bank Building