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The recent showers have clothed Rice park
In greenest verdure.
. 11 of the Bibcrnia I—lea takes place
hall this evening.
:. ' club will hold a special
D. McDonald's office to-night.
There is trouble brewing between the
In the beverage which cheers while it
street railway force yesterday began
. double track from Seven corners
rmory fair people are issuing a very
died the "Armory Fair."
Jt is a spicy little sheet.
In tbe United States circuit court yester
■ ro pleaded guilty to selling
y to Indians, and was lined $30.
The fire department was'to have held
■>. meeting last evening at the Court house,
one went there and so no meeting
Col. Taylor field; .1 to the State library yes
rd's Wisconsin Digest volumes
one and two, and tiie Jaws of Washington
Territory for IS83.
Thn alarm of fire ut 9:-J0 last evening,
Bent in on box 51, was cuused by the burning
dlbarn on Nash street between Mis
i and De Low streets.
ir O'Brien was questioned yesterday
.is to the probable successor of Assessor
Beaumont, and he said for the present he
would have tr) give thr; question up.
J. G. Worth, a tea dealer, swore out a war
rant yesterday for the arrest of Wm. 1*.
. ker, on the charge of as-
The hearing will take place to-day.
Braddock was before United
States Commissioner Cardozo yesterday on
rgeof tresspassing on government
lands. lie was held to the grand jury iu
J. F. Braddock, of Crow AVinrr, was landed
in the Ramsey county jail yesterday after
7 aUnitcd States marshal, for trialln
thr Uni'l tor unlawfully cut
iber on government lands in that
Biackman, colored, was d ilivcred to
O'Gorman terday by Detective
ad pul under key at— e county jail
for being a partner of Pratt in the late rob-
M .j. Poise's billiard rooms. Tho de
arr< str '1 the culprit at La Crosse.
An injunction was served on Mayor
-1 si rday to the Buit rd' Wescott Wil
kin, Hugh -1. McAfee and others against the
■:. Paul and others, tr. prevent the
over the Third street
crossing, particulars rd' the .-nit hav
i in yesterday's issue of the
A meeting of the Incorporators of the new
i ia I.auk was held in the office of
ir Bickel last night, at which the
board of directors appointed at, the previous
confirmed. Articles of incor
a .r ire also adopted, und thr: feas
ability of pun:!,using a lot on Wabashaw
street was discussed.
The funeral obseques of the late Gilbert
er will take place at 3 o'clock this
aft moon. The cortege will form at thr- fami
:.'iicc ou Wabashaw street, from
whence the remains will be escorted to
Christ church w here appropriate religious ser
vices will he held, after which the remains
will be taken to Oakland cemetery.
It was mentioned in Tuesday's Globe
licit thr' council committee on police did not
mer t owing to the mayor being out of the city
rs relative to the business being lock
ed up in his private desk. It transpired that
the reporter was misinformed as neither
■ any other public papers are kept by
or in his private desk.
Dirls will be opened at the office of the city
r to-day, for the $600,000, live per
cent, interest bearing bonds, for the exten
sion of the St.Paul water works. Of Die
amount named $500,000 mature in twenty
five years from April 1st 1884, and $100,000
in thirty years from the same date. The bonds
will l>e issued in denominations of §1,000
Li t week two boys ahout ten or twelve
'tn away from their homes in
S.. Paul, aud a few das s _.•<.: they wee
. ruud to be in the news boys' home in Chi
cago. Their parents made arrangements
with the Omaha road to bring them back,
but before this could be douc the buys escap
ed -ind one of litem got away to Toledo, Ohio,
and the police are after the other.
Fie was a hornny handed son of toil, ami
n of clover seed was in his Oscar
W'ilrie head of hair, as he entered the office
trke at city hall yesterday fore
lie related a horrowing tale which
li • easy it is for a man to
■ Lhe hands of the Philistines, and be
Like most cranks hr' has a patent,
n :. ii-ay of i life preserver, and
1 a farm near Hastings. < >n ar
r ity on Wednesday night, he
i.man. and in doingthe rounds
eabby 'touched" him for
DC wanted to know how to
y back. Truly experience is :i
The busiest place in the city, no doubt, is the
imi nl of Gustave lieinemann,
limit. New at
all the time ;:iid according to the popu
lar verdict, the place to bey goods cheap.
lida at the G-rand Last Nlt/hl — Pat
The play "Esmeralda" was presented at
the Grand by the Madison Square company
nt, to a fair audience, considering
that previous presentations of the drama in
S). Paul have familiarized the amusement
patrons of the city with the story. For the
same reason a detailed description of the
plot at this time is unnecessary. "Esmer
llda" has been justly lauded for its strength
nplicity of plot and the beautiful senti
cu nts of love and devotion it so admirably il
lustrates. Scarcely any drama of modern
limes has been the recipient of so much en
comium, but while this is true it is never
theless a fact that to bring
out the qualities named to the satisfaction
ami delight of an audience, nearly everything
depends upon the acting. The play is pre
eminent in pathos, and no quality of the
heart is more difficult to stimulate.
The opening of the drama is subdued, and
the interest at first flags, but when enlisted
it grows with the unfolding rrf tho plot and
es more and more intense, according
to the force or power of the acting. The
present company give a very smooth and
harmonious representation of the play,
but there is room for improvement
es of Mrs. Rogers, by Miss Duroy:
. the North Carolina lover, by Mr.
Wells; Estabrook, bj Mr. Curren; Nora and
Kate Desmond, by Miss Weaver anrl Miss
Dunlap, were acceptably given. Mr. Comp
tr n t>" k the role of the North Carolina farm
er, a strong part, anrl he gave it fairly. The
part oi' . the strong minded, self
willed termagent, was forcibly portrayed by
Dcanes, who takes the
part of Esmeralda, is young and pretty, and
she gives il with refinement and grace Mr.
n, as the Mayruls, was- enjoyable, but
pped his French r. couple of times.
Mr. Pope plays a minor part, and the cliar
of Jack was fairly given by Mr. Pres
The same play to-night
The sah of seats for the cngagementof
Pat Rooncy opens at 9 o'clock to-morrow
A Real Estate Muddle Settled.
The beclouding title case of J. H. Scbur
meier and E. Good, pl_ntiffs, vs. J. C. Bet
tcnger and wife defendants, an abstract of
the complaint which was published in yes
terday morning's Globe, was settled between
the contending parties yesterday. J. R. Ca
bannc, the real estate dealer—mentioned in
—plaint, says the statements iu regard
tr. his appearance in the sale is false in toto.
The contract _udc by him as agent for the
sale of property in question, was he says bv
authority of the owners thereof, for which lie
produces a document, proving his
statement made out to Cabanne
& Crooks. An intimation is given for the
reason of all the flurry thatsomebody was be
hind the fence who wanted the property
themselves, and was trying not only to get
hold rrf it. but to save the real estate dealer's
commission for its sale. He don't care
however as he got his commission alle
B. Peterson, of Brainerd, is at the Mer
II. F. John=, Lake City, is at the Mer
Hon. P. H. Kelly returned yesterday from
P. J. Kniss, of Luverne, was in the city
B. B. She—eld, of Faribault, was in the
II. van Tassel, of Yankton, was at the
Louis I- VVheeloek, of Owatonna, was at
the Metropolitan yesterday.
Howard Morris, a prominent attorney of
Milwaukee, is at the Metropolitan.
G. II. Keller, a leading railroad man of
Sauk Centre, is at the Merchants.
F. I). Larraoee, of Moorhead, and Frank
Murray, of Oil City, Pa., were at the Mer
Capt J. D. Wood, the rock-rooted and
dandy editor of the Fergus Falls Democrat, is
on a visit io his St. Faul frieuds.
Roswel Miller, of the Chicago, Milwaukee
and St. Paul Railroad company, with head,
quarters in Milwaukee,—at the Metropolitan,
Mr --rs. Ansei Oppenheim and E. G-
Rogers returned yesterday from Chicago.
Mr. Oppenheim was in attendance at the
Iroquois banquet and he enjoyed the featt
of reas( n and How of soul immensely.
Chief Justice Strong, of the United States
supreme court, and daughter, of Washing
ton, arrived in the eity last night and are at
the Metropolitan hotel. They arc on a visit
to the son of Chief Justice Strong, who is
practicing law in this city.
Mayor C. D. O'Brien returned from Chi
cago yesterday, where he attended the ban
quet of the Iroquois club Tuesday night. He
expresses himself as delighted at the digni-
Redpersonriel ami the exaitcd and patriotic
tone of the meeting.
Among the arrivals at the Metropolitan
yesterday afternoon, was Mr. George M.
Bogpe, of Chicago,the arbitrator of the North
western railroad pool. The object of Mr.
Bogue's visit is to inspect the terminal facili
ties of the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. I'aul
Railroad company before making the award.
Gen. Terry will leave Washington to-day to
return to Fort Snelling. He has for several
days been in consultation with Gen. Sheri
dan regarding the proposed contraction of
the military department of Dakota, iI.- Is to
prepare estimates for the extension of Fort
Snelling, to br: submitted to the houac com
mittee at Washington.
[SpecialTelegram to The Globe.]
Chicago, April 17.—Wm. Todd aud wife,
St. Paul, are. at the Sherman.
John VV. Harrison, St. Paul, and J. T.
Barnum, of Minneapolis, are stopping at
Fayette Marsh and wife, Stillwater, are
guests at the Palmer.
Northwesterners at the Palmer: Frank
Gage, St Paul; J. A. Armstrong, Winne
bago City; S. L. Beau, White Lake, L). T.;
Dr. Stockton and A. A. Keith, Minneapolis;
I'. !!. Smith and wife, Duluth; E. B. Squires,
Mason (Jiiy: Richard Long, Fargo.
Atthe Grand Pacific: T. O'Gorman, St.
Paul; J. K. Mooney and wife, and A. W.
Bailey, Minneapolis; S. Sanborn, Winona;
G. VV. Haven, Chattield; Isaac II. Wing,
Bayfield; Howard Hills, Minnesota.
Large Attendance—Increased Interest
—Voting 1, &c.
Thr' attendance upon the fair that is being
held at Armory hall, under tbe auspices of
companies 0, D and E, of the Emmet Light
artillery, was very much larger last evening
than it was thr- evening before, aud every
thing was therefore on more attractive basis,
and much more satisfactory to all interested.
An unusually large stock of articles are be
iug offered for sale, and most of them are
Ir. autiful and attractive.
One of the most noticeable things on en
tering the ball is the number, arrangement
and unique style of the booths. The elegant
bazaar of Company C was designed by Geo.
Wiith, mid decorated by Walter ev Archer.
The firsl booth on the right is that of Corn
pan \ 1). which is very tastefully covered
with red, white ane blue, and decorated
with flags of all nations. The next is the
Moorish bazaar of Company C,which consists
of a colonade of arches enclosing live booths,
very nicely arranged and well filled with
useful anrl ornamental articles. Under the
arches is thi lish pond and the lemonade
well. Directly opposite is the booth of the ar
tillery company. It is intended as a minia
ture fort. Cannon are all iu place and look
threateningly out upon the people, while a
lonely sentinel keeps guard on the walls.
Company C has a very attractive
booth filled with large assortment of tempt
ing L rmrrls. Next to this is the tent of a
Gypsy princess, who tells fortunes. Alto
gether, tho booths, tents fort, and general
appearance of the interior of thr' hall is more
attractive than it has ever been before on
The voting was going on quite briskly.
Thr- gold bace sword belt, that is to be voted
to one of the lieutenants, was calling out
quite a vote. Ltlst night il stood as follows
between the three leading candidates:
Mitch 51; Price-!."'); Dawson 42.
The tailor-dressed doll for the best little
girl in St. Paul, called out the following vote:
Edith Driscoll 15; Edith Forepaugh 10;
Mable Merriam 'JO: Miss Home 18; Rachel
rierky 25; Lienor Chapman 15; May Bend
For thr' organ for the most popular com-
I pany the vote stood as follows: Company C,
| 13; company I), 15; compauy E, 12; Etti
iiu '. Light artillery, 8.
For the umbrella stand for the most popu
lar dude, Sherman Finch is largely ahead.
At company C booth a No. 4 Remington
type writer is being sold by chance. The
principal articles at fort Emmet are a silver
water pitcher, a bed louuge, beautiful hand
painted articles and fancy work. The prin
cipal chances at eompany C booth are a
hammered silver lanipworth $50, ebony wall
cabinet $50, baud painted mirror $30, and a
Altogether the fair is a success. Capt.
Wright was the officer of the day yesterday,
and Capt. Blakely will be to-day. To-night
the governor and stall will be present
THE CHARITY CONCERT.
A Pine Programme Splendidly Ren
The audience that assembled at Sherman
hall last ■•veiling wen: treated to a programme
which, for artistic merit, has never qeen sur?
passed and perhaps never equalled in our
city. The hall was comfortably filled by a
most respectable and appreciative audience,
anrl it is a matter of regret that many pur
chasers of tickets failed to attend. Shortly
alter 8 o'clock tilt Rev. Father Danehy ap
peared upon lhe stage, aud with his well
known eloquence dilated at length upon the
object of the concert, and graphically por
trayed the noble work of the saintly sisters
of the house of the Good Shepherd. Want
of space forbids us pursuing our inclination
in giving a full account of the remarks made
by the reverend gentleman, suffice it to
say that the subject was ably treated of and
served to open the eyes of many who were
in ignorance of the great and noble work the
good sisters are performing.
Miss Maggie Brunton sang her number in
such way that the audience insisted on her
giving them another song, which she very
amiably did. This young lady's singiug last
evening warrants us iu prophesying a bril
liaut future for her as a vocalist. MissFrankie
Lyons' harp solo was finely played. She also
had to grant the audience another number.
Her efforts were very heartily anddescrvingly
The number by Prof. Leib and Miss
THE ST. PAUL DAILY GLOBE, FRIDAY "MORSING, AFKIL 15, 188 _-
Williams was a very meritorious perform
ance. The audience was so well pleased
with the duet that they had not only to bow
their acknowledgements, but also give an
other number. Miss Williams was particu
larly pleasing. Her fine voice showed the
great advantage especially in the staccato
and soft passages.
Miss Tingle Glidden sang very elegantly
"Angus MacDonaid." Her superb contralto
voice being shown to great advantage. Her
voice is of sterling quality, and shows signs
of careful study. The audience again in
sisted upon an encore, which the lady kindly
Mr. W. L. Anderson sang his number in
excellent style, anrl was loudly applauded.
lie seems to sing better every time we hear
him, aud he is always so happy in hi-? work.
The Concordia Society-Voc—^ of male
voieis, under the. baton of Prof, CbristopUel,
contributed largely to the success of the en
tertainment by their selections. All we have
to say in regard to them is, they did their
work admirably and are to be congratulated
on tiieir success.
The St. Paul Orchestra, under Prof. D.
Mnehlenbrnc—, gave their selections splen
didly, and by their playing showed how
studiously their leader works with them. All
the applause which was bestowed was justly
merited. It is needless to say all the ac
companiments were well played, Professors
Wood and Titcpmb, who presided al the
piano, being sufficiently known in that ca
pacity to prevent criticism.
The management are to be congratulated
on tiieir fine programme and general ar
rangements, everything passing off satisfac
torily and tr> the enjoyment aud delight of
A—ieuser Busch Export Beer, at 10G W. Third
street. II. Orlemann, agent,
Special sale of worsted goods, Prince Albert
coats aud vests, etc., at auction, at 141 West Third
street, this week.
Everybody Knows It.
When you have Itch, Salt Rheum, Galls, o
Skin eruption-- of any kind, and the Piles, the
you know without being told of it, A, P. Wilkes
B. <fc E. Zimmerman anrl E. Stierle,the druggists
will sell you Dr. Bosanko's Pile remedy foi ifty
cents, which aiTords immediate relief. A sure
Go to Warner's auction sale of line clothing
aud gents' furnishing goods at 141 West Third
street. Call early anri secure bargain 8.
Mr. Russell Freeman, formerly of Bristol,
Smith & Freeman, has connected himself with
the St. Paul Book and Stationery Co., and will Ire
happy to see his many fiieuds at his new quar
ters, 187 East Third street
Cause and Effeot.
At .times symptOUS of Indigestion are present,
uneasiness of the stomach, etc., a moisture like
perspiration, producing an itching at niL'ht, or
when one is warm, cause the piles. The effect
is immediate relief upon the applicatiin of Dr.
liosunko's Pile Remedy. Price 50 cents. Fur
sale by A. JJ. Wilkes, B. & E. Zimmerman and
F. Stierle, druggists.
Y. If. C. A. Literary (.'lass.
The Literary class of the Y. M. C. A. gave
its closing entertainment at the rooms of the
association hr^-t evening. The piano duett
by Mr. J. Marshall und Miss L. Mar-hall
was heartily received. The selection, "The
New Church Organ," was amusingly given
by Mis- F. Arm8tr >ng. Mrs. F. G. Suits
sung "Abide With Me" und li])are I Tell"
very sweetly. ''Mimas Waters," recited by
Miss K. H. Cary and "The Sioux Chiefs
Daughter" by Miss May D'Ance, were given
with excellent expression. 'Spring's Jubi
lee" and '"Twilight is stealing," were
well sung by Misses Swift,
Harrison, Brass it Taylor. Two piano solos
—"Home, Sweet Home," by Mrs. Forbes,
and a selection from Beethoven's third Sona
ta were finely rendered. The humor of the
evening seemed to result mainly from "A
Modern Sermon," recited hy Mr. Ed. Seph
tou, aud a reading given by Mr. Jas. Swift
under the familiar title of "Courtship Under
Difficulties." both of these selections con
vulsed the audience, and the hoys were
heartily applauded. A public debate will be
given by the lyceum next Thursday evening.
I Special Telegram to the Globe. |
Eatj Clause, Wis., April 17.—The body of
an unknown man was found at tbe fair
ground to-day, supposed to be a suicide.
BRADBUBY—In New York city, on the 13th
inst., ut tbe residence of her sister Mrs. John
Heed, Bessie, wife of Dr. Samuel Bradbury.
Deceased was formerly u resident of St. Panl
and won many friends who will deeply regret the
announcement of her death.
SWEENEY—In this city, April 17th, 9 p.m.,
Catharine Sweeney, aged 24 years.
Funeral from the residence of Mr. Dennis
Ryan, 281 Iglehart street, to-morrow, Saturday,
at 9 o'clock a. m. Friends are invited to attend.
WALSH—On Thursday, April 17th, at his resi
dence in Stauflord, Conn., in the 75th year of
his age, Alexander Robertson Walsh, Esq,,
late rrf New York.
The deceased is the father of Mr. Jas. R.,
Silas B. and Harry B. Walsh, and Mrs. Thos.
Cochran, Jr., all of this city.
POTTGIEE li tt—Gilbert Pottgieser, aged2S years,
4 months and ~.'J days.
Funeral Friday afternoon, April 18th, at 2
o'clock, from Xo. S77 Wabashaw street.
Services at Christ church, corner of Fourth and
Franklin, Friends invited to attend.
This powder never varies. A m.irval of purify
strength and wholesomeness. More economical
than the ordinary kinds, and cannot he sold in
competition with the multitudes of low test, short
weight, alum or phosphate powders. Sold only
in r.-ius. RoyaIi Baking Powdeb Co., ISO Wall
street, Xew York.
Teeth extracted without pain. All work gunran
eed. Br. C'ullum,41 East Third St., G'or. Cedar.
AVERIL PAINT COMPANY'S
Thiriyllve most beautiful Tints; also, 'White,
for inside and outside use, suitable for painting
houses, fences, barns, bridges, roofs, walls, ceil
ings, etc. Beautiful Gloss. Best Paint in the
market. Every gallon warranted not to crack or
peel off. J. P. ALLEN, Druggist, and dealer in
Paints, Oils, Glue, Window Glass, Putty, Whiting,
Brushes, etc. Sole Agent for St. Paul, Minn.
I WILL SELL the entire stock of fine clothing
and gents' furnishing goods of Mr. Alexander
Sternberg, 141 West Third street, at auction, to
the highest bidder, regardless of cost. Auction
sale every day, from 2 to 5 p. ra., and 7 to 9 p.m-
Private sale from 7 a. in. to 2 p. in., until the en
tire stock is closed out.
103-111 J- il. W-kkeb, Auctioneer,
We see from the printed statement In the news
papers that 205 building permits were issued in
the month of March, and it wasn't a very good
month for permits, either. A much larger num
ber will, no doubt, be granted during the current
month. What the architects and real estate men
asserted early in the winter, is being demonstrat
ed, viz: That there will be more building in St.
Faul this year than iu 1883. This requires a
large sum of money. We have already made a
targe number of loans to those about to build, and
have on hand
PLENTY OF MONEY
To lend on improved city property, at current
rates in sums ranging from 3500 to $25,000.
That's what Real Estate is doing all around the
WRIGHT'S ADDITION LOTS are the talk of
the town still.
Dwelling houses are in demand and we have a
Business property is being inquired for and we
have for sale some of the most eligible pieces, on
Third, Fourth, Robert, Seventh street, etc.
If you want to buy or sell, or borrow, call on
Cocjiran _ Newport,
Jackson and Fifth streets.
SCO Jackson street, St. Paul, Minn.
Investments made and taxes piiid for non-resl
11 EZ E rOAHHALL,
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
Corner Third & Robert streets, On Savings Bank,)
ST. PAUL, MINN.
Buys, Sells, Collects, Pays Taxes, Negotiates
WE G. ROBERTSON,
(Successor to D. A. Robertson & Co., the oldest
real estate agency in Minnesota.)
No. 7 McQuillan Block, cor. Third & Wauasliaw.
~ 11. W. JOHNSON,"
KE1L ESTATE AGENT,
1—_TNH—__!B BLOCK, - - ROOM 11,
St. Paul, - - - Minn.
~A7 V. TEEPLE,
Real Estate & loan Broker,
NO. C3 EAST THIRD STREET,
St.Paul. - - Minn.
BIIISBIN & FARWELL,
Corner of Wabashaw and Fourth streets.
Over Express Oflice. 870
A CcTION every day of 1,000,000 sample hats,
—_. 1,000 tents. 2,000 pairs sample shoes, by
J. M. Warner, 39 East Third street, St. Paul.
/i(\(\ Acres between the two cities; 200 lots in
_'UU Auerbach & Hand's addition; 20 lots in
Finch's addition; Lots in various parts of the
city. H. M. Rice, Mannheimer block. 93-123
FOE 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.
MISCELL INEOUS SEAL ESTATE.
SMALL payment down and balance in small
monthly payments will secure you a home.
lt is your opportunity to stop paying rent., haw
ton Bros., lT. r) Dakota avenue. 101-110
f*r\ LOTS have lately been platted in Smith &
Ov/l.ott's out lots, at the coiner of Marshall
avenue and Dale street, and called Swift's addi
tion. The lots mid streets will be graded with
out expense to purchasers. This beautiful resi
dence property is now jllercd upon very reasona
ble terms to parties that will build. John J.
Buckhout, 301 Jackson street. 104*
T7U1R SALE—The followingdesirnble lots: lots
JJ corner of Pleasant avenue and Sixth street,
2 lots ou Rice street, between Iglehart and Til
ton streets; 10 lots in Irvine's Second addition,
fir)!.ting on Seventh street, (end of bridge); 12
lots in Irvine's addition to West St. Raul; also a
well established paying business. Apply to
George W. Turubull, 343 Exchange street, city.
Paul Martin fi Co.
TTlOR SALE on monthly payments, lots in all
JJ parts of West St. Paul; S25 cash, balance $5
per month. Paul Martin & Co., end of bridge,
West side. 107-111
IF YOU ARE PAYING RENT stop it, and call
on Paul Martin & Co., end of bridge, West
side, who will build you a home on small cash
payments down, balance monthly. 107-111
OR SALE—Three lots on Susan street, S050
each : street graded and sidewalk; easy terms.
Paul Martin & Co., West side. 107-111
FOR SALE—House and two lots on Robie
street, G rooms, cellar, cistern, fence and
barn, all uew*. Price S3,200, by Paul Martin & Co.,
end of bridge. West side. 107-111
LOTS IN WEST ST. PAUL, at prices ranging
from $200 upwards. Lots in Prospect pla
tean, Brown & Jackson and Woodbury & Case's
addition, at low prices and easy terms. $25 cash
and S5 per month. Paul Martin & Co., end of
bridge, West side. 107-111
MONEY —To loan on city real estate in large
aud small sums, also mortgages pur-
chased. Middleton & Dougan, 170 East Third
4 BUSINESS man with $10,000 to $20,000 can
ii learn of an opportunity of forming a con
nection with an established jobbing house. Ad
dress IC Anderson, P. O. box 2395, St. Paul.
ACKEY'S LOAN OFFICE—Note's bonght,
money loaned on furniture, pianos, horses,
wagons and personal property at low rates, with
out removal. Offices, Room 7, First National bank
building, corner Fourth and Jackson street, St.,
Paul, and Room 7, Mackey & Legg block, corner
of Fourth and Nicollet, Minneapolis. 26-207
on furniture, pianos, in residence without re
moval. E. & P. Peters, 283 Sibley street, oppo
site Union depot. 300*
LOANS on Life Ins. Policies. L. P. Van
Norman, No. 245, 1st Ave. S. Minneapolis.
ATENT STEAM CARPET BEATERS, the
best in the city. I can clean carpets of any
kind for3 cents per yard, without damage to car
pets. All orders promptly attended to. Satis
faction guaranteed. Conrad Statz, artistic ap
holsterer and decorator, corner Franklin and
Eagle street. Orders can be left at Chas. Ma
theis' carpet store, No. 127 West Third street, or
C. Statz, 216 East Seventh street. 107eodl34
STOVES STORED away for the season.
Called for and put up again in the fall. Call
or address Joseph Ilaag, 309 West Seventh street.
FOR SALE—Full interest in a good paying
hotel; also, the furniture and saloon fixtures.
Building within a few steps of Omaha depot.
Address Adam Lamm, Stillwater, Miun. 1U3-8
FIVE CENTS A LINE
WANTED —Situation in a wholesale grocery
house, by a man of experience. A No. 1
references. Address Grocer 322 Sibley street.
"TTTAXTED—Situation as hardware clerk, have
V T had three years experience, speak English
and German. Address W. B., Grand Central ho
tel, St. Paul, Minn. 107-113
A YOUNG MAN wants a situation, good writer.
T. T., Globe oflice. 107-113
vi/-ANTED—A situation in a retail grocery or
V T commission house, by a young Swede who
has experience in the busiuess. Address W 25,
Globe oflice. 100-112
AGOODPc-nman wants a situation as copyist.
Andress E. P., Globe oflice. 106-11*
YOUNG LADY, experienced stenographer and
type-writer, desires a permanent position in
some Western city. References given. Address
Stenographer, tare Elisha II. _laynew, Detroit,
Mich. 99-1 Qj
WANTED— By a young German girl, a situa
tion in a small family. Address Antonla,
Globe ofiice. 99*
\\] ANTJKD—A man to build chimney. Must
> V furnish brick and mortar. Apply 98 Ea=t
Ninth street. 109-111
TT7_NTRD-_ girl to do general housework,
VV at 14t» E. Third street. Apply between 9
aud 10 o'clock. 109-15
T A 7" AN TED— A girl to assist at general house
\ \ work. Inquire at 053 Carroll street, west
of Mackubin street. 108-114
WANTED— A wet nurse and a girl for general
housework. Apply at No. 001 Dayton
WANTED— A good girl for general house
work. Call at 249 Nelson avenue.
TWENTY more men wanted for water works.
Apply 23 East Fifth street. 107-8
WANTED— Lumber sorter to goto Cumber
land, Wis. Apply at No. 72 East Seventh
\ I'"ANTED—A good = at and pastry cook for
IT hotel, 50 miles from city, t.ood wages
and L'ood home for a neat and suitable middle
aged lady. Address L. A. IL, Globe office.
WANTED— Three good plumbers. Apply at
J. J. Dunnigau's, 220 East seventh street.
"\TTANTKD—A competeut girl; at 892 East
VV Ninth street. _104-110_
"AXTANTED—Three hoys to work iu Broom
T > Factory, Apply 290 Lewis street.
FOR RENT—Two houses on Filmore avenue,
eight rooms each. Houses new. rent low.
Inquire of II. B. Montgomery, 49 West Fourth
"TjiODR HOUSES FOR RENT—One on Ramsey
J- street, J.'i.">; one on Iglehart, furnished, $7.">:
one on East Fifth, at $70: one on Canada, for$50.
Falrchlld ,fc Davidson, 334 Jackson. 109-11
FUR RENT—Large frame house, twelve rooms,
corner of Eighth and Minnesota streets: rent
§'jr) per month. Apply until first of May, 98 East
Ninth street, Saint Paul. 109-11
"POR KENT—House centrally located with
JC nndern conveniences. David Sanford, 349
Wabashaw street. 108*
1710R "RENT—House. Appfy at 595 Canada
} street. 108-109
FOR KENT—Two cottages at White Bear
Lake. rrnr. r,f K r,,nms fnmUlind. with kiffll-
-—. j.ase. une oi y rooms, iurmsueti, wuu —iicu
en and cellar, the other is of 7 rooms and kitchen.
Will be ready for occupants by May 1st. They
are sixty feet from Chateauguy hotel, aud near
Williams' hotel. Apply to Peter Johnson, White
FOR RENT —House containing eight rooms,
cellar, well and cistern. Inquire 310 Oak
17\OU RENT—from May 1st., to September,
furnished house, 75 Iglehart street. 97*
FTlOK RENT—House, eight rooms and bath;
X? hot and cold water; corner Eighth street and
Maria avenue. Inquire ou premises, or at 318
Minnesota street. J. J. Lemon. 92*
FOR RENT—House, 10 rooms, cellar, cistern,
well and barn. House in excellent condi
tion, within two minutes of street cars. Apply
at Bank of Minnesota. Wm. Dawson. 87*
FOR RENT—A cottage with four rooms.
Pantry and cljsets, 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.
NH ELY furnished rooms for rent. Apply at
No. 451, St. Peter street. 108
FOR RENT—Three rooms first floor, 274 Igle
hart street. 108-109
FOR RENT —Flats and rooms, for one or more
years, in M. D. Clark's block. No. 305 Fort
street. Call or address No. 275 Banal street.
FOR RENT—Two large floors with power suit
able for any business party, corner Franklin
and Eagle streets. 107-109
AM VANAQH'S AUCTIONS.
KAVANAGH sells a large lot of household
furniture at auction, at the corner of Third
anrl Cedar streets, at 9:30 o'clock, a. m., on Sat
urday, April 19. Parties in search of a good line
of bedroom furniture will attend this sale.
P. T. KAVANAGH,
V' ALUABLE WEST THIRD STREET"BUSI
ness Property at Auction 1 will sell, on
the premises, on Monday, April 21, at 10 o'clock
a.m., one very valuable business site on West
Third street, 23 feet front hy 100 feet in depth,
being the west 23 feet of the south 100 feet of lot
8, block 16, Rice & Irvine's addition, and situated
on the north side of Third street near the corner
of Franklin. The business advantages here offer
ed are well known and do not require comment.
Terms onothlrd cash, balance in one and tivo
years at 8 per cent, interest.
P. T. KAVANAGH,
ALUABLE RESIDENCE PROPERTY AT
Auction—I will sell at auction ou the prem
ises, on Monday, April 21st, at 11 a. m., lot
5, block CO of Irvine's enlargement to Rice & Ir
vine's addition. This lot is 00x150 feet, with
froutage on Oak street near W. Sixth street and
in the immediate neighborhood of Messrs. E.
Geist, E. II. Schliek, J. B. Olivier, Mrs. Hewitt
and others, and immediately adjoining the new
Terra Cotta block being erected on Sixth street.
The Improvements consist of a very comfortably
arranged cottage of six rooms, snade trees, etc.,
etc, Terms one-third cash, balance in one and
two years at 8 per cent, interest.
P. T. KAVANAGH,
ALUABLE BUSINESS PROPERTY ATAUC
tion —I will sell at auction, on the premises,
on Monday, April 21, at 11:30 a. m., lot 8, block
9, Bazille & Guerin's addition; size of lot 50x150
fronting on Ninth street, fifty feet from the cor
ner of St. Peter and immediately adjoining prop
erty that sells rapidly at $200 per front foot.
This property as an investment, or for immediate
improvement, offers unusual inducements and
will realize to the purchaser a large advance with
in the next ninety days-. Terms one-third cash,
balance in oue and two years at 8 per cent, in
P. T. KAVANAGH,
LEGANT HOULEHOLD WL „NITCRE AT
Auction—Iwillse!!:.. miction, at the resi
dence No. 304 E. Ninth, southeast comer of Olive
street, on Tuesday, April 22, at 10 o'clock, a.m.,
a very fine lot of household fnrniture, consisting
in part of one very elegant parlor suite, made to
order at a cost of 8250, one Darlor suite, uphol-
stered in Ottoman stripe reps, one very elegant
sideboard, very expensive, one bedroom suite in
solid French walnut cost $205 new, extension ta
ble, marble top and ebony center tables, elegantly
embroidered table spreads, fine gold-band china
table ware, fine cane chairs, elegant easy chairs,
one inlaid chess table, fine Brussels and ingrain
carpets, one very fine nickel plated coal stove,
heating and cooking stoves, parlor, bedroom,
diuingroom and kitchen furniture, etc., etc.
Those in search of a fine quality of household
goods will not fail to attend this sale.
P. T. KAVANAGH,
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AT AUCTION.
—I will sell at auction at 557 Pine street,
corner Twelfth street, on Wednesday April 19th
at 10 o'clock a. m„ one black hair cloth parlor
suite, bedroom suites, parlor, dining room, bed
room, and kitchen furniture, brussels aud ingrain
carpets, center tables, etc.
104-lor P. T. KAVANAGH, Auctioneer.
LIVERY OtTTPEP AT AUCTION—I will aell
at auction, on Thursday, April 17, at 10
o'clock a. n)., at the Gruber stables, on Seventh
street, near the Seven corners, 15 horses and
mares, 10 single top buggies, 1 Kurne & Lyons
carriage, cost new $1,200, 1 Cunningham & Son
carriage, cost new $1,250, both in use but a short
time, 2 two-seated extension top carriages, har
ness, robes, whips, etc., etc.; in fact, a complete
livery outfit. Sale imperative.
P. T. KAVANAGH.
Change of Street and Alley
Park ATmmc. Aurora ATenne, St. Peter
Street DDiyersity'Ayenoe, Brewster j
ATenne, Alley in Bloc_s 2,10 ai
13, _wiu ant Cimte's A-MUoa, an.
City Cv kiss's Office, )
St. Paul, Mm., April 8, 1884. J
'Notice I? hereby ijiven that the Common ('oun
cil of the City of Sulnt I'aul will at their regnfatr
meeting to be held on Tuesday the 0th day of
May, A. D. 18S-J, at 7:30 o'clock p, m., at the
Council Chamber in the City Hall, order a change
of grade on the following named streets aud al
ley, between the points named, viz:
Prom Martin Street to Sherburne
Prom Grant to Rice Streets.
SAINT PETER STREET
Prom University Avenue to a
Point 220 Feet South of Aurora
From Grant to Rice Streets.
From Sherburne Street to Uni
In Blocks Numbered 2, 10 and 13
Ewing and Chute's Addition.
From Andrew Street to Arthur
All — accordance with, and a? indicated by the
yellow line on the protiies thereof, aiu: as reported
upon as i'r:nu' ueeesc—y and proper iry the Hoard
of Public Works under date of April l", 1884. Ex
cept Concord street, the proposed L-rarlr- rrf which
is Indicated iry thr- red lin<- on the profile thereof,
and which was reported upon as ! riu_- necr --..r.
and proper by tbe Board of Public Works under
date of March 81, 1884. Both of said reports of
Aprii l, 1884, and March 81, l^.-t, were adopted
by the Common Council at its meeting held April
The profiles indicating thr- proposed changes
are on Die ami can be seen at this oflice.
lly order of Common Council.
Thos, a. Pb—(dbboast, City t'leik.
Apr. 9,-Wed. & Bat iw.
MTKT'KTir' A_r"»r to jp» om -oattt
ltj_ini^i__.jtv^ljio oo ox . raub
GRAVES & CO., Propr's,
Improved Patent Safety Freight and Pas
HASD, STEAM, V\l> HYDRAULIC
i I M r.
Office and Works, Lafayette Ave. and _, & M. RK.
St. 1'aii., Miv.n.
Minneapolis office, Koom 82, lloston block.
DUKE F. SMITH
Pupil of the eminent pianiot, and teacher, S.
I!. .Mills, of New York, and for several yr-ars a
teacher in well known educational institutions,
and of private classes, most respectfully tenders
his services to those desiring a thoroughly com
petent, experienced and conscientious teacher.
No. 96 East Third St.
MUSIC ROOMS 102 WESTERN AVENUE,
llead of Ashland Avenne, St. Anthony IlilL
PIANO, ORtilN AMI IIARMW
THOROUGH INSTRUCTION GUARANTEED.
References: Miss —ABIE (Just, Principal of
Musical Conservatory, No. 127 West Third street.
st. Paul; also on personal application, reference
to the numerous families whose daughters --hr
has taught anrl is now teaching will be given.
Also, Agent for "Bra—ard's Musical World,'
the oldest anrl best musical journal published.
Subscription Si.50 per annum. t
More than HO years' vse of strictly
Reliable Fabrics, made in the most
Artistic and Durable manner possible
has made for tiie
MADE OllIJlI O
the most enviable reputation of any
Goods produced. They are sold by
first-class retailers throughout the
country. Ask your dealer for them.
St. Paul Foundry Co.
CAST AJD MOOT IM
Send for cuts of columns. All kinds of cast
ings made on short notice. Works on St. P., M.
& M. R. R., near Como avenue. Office, 301 Jack
son street. St. Paul. H. W. TOPPING, Manager.
C. M. Power, Secretary and Treasurer. 93
lit Sit Joseph's
For he Edncatlon ol Youm Ladles
Parents desirous of placing thsir daughters in
a first class school, will do well to inrestigate
the claims of —is institution. To the present
building, which is both spacious and beautiful,
a large addition is being erected, which will con
tain music, exhibition and recreation halls. The
course of studies in the different departments is
thorough, nothing being omitted that is neces
sary to impart a finished education. The musi
cal department comprises a thorough course for
graduation in Theory and Practice. Every ad
vantage is afforded to those who wish to pursue
a special course in painting; general instructions
in drawing are given in class-rooms. For par
ticular apply to SISTER SUPERIOR. 8544
The firm of NICOLAY & POND is this day dis
solved by mutual consent. All liabilities of the
firm are assumed by A. II. Nicolay, who continues
the business on his account, at the old stand, No.
70 Ea3t Third street.
St. Paul, April 15,1884.
A. H. NICOLAY,
109 J. P. POND,
'91 arid 153 East Third Street.
Our splendid and complete assortment of Boys' and
Children's Clothing is attracting deservedly popular
attention. There is no more perfect collection to
select from than ours, and we are not to be touched
on prices by anyone. Bring your boys in and we will
fit them out.
91 and 153 East Third street, St. Paul.
MR Ata tattles
"n~ i i _i t i
rawnDroKer ana jeweler,
41 Jackson street.
Any goods in the Store will he sold at a redactk n r.f SO per cent from now nr.t'l tho !<t of May
when we nnnove to our New store, No. 43 Jackson street, two doors above. Send for ou Ducrip
hreCatalogue l.i-; ot Qold anrl Silver Watches, Jewelry and Diamonds, Breech ami Siosale-Loadla
Gone, Rifles and Revolvers, docks, Silverware, Musical instruments, etc., etc. GoodasentC. O.D
with privilege of examination. Watch Repairing, Diamond Setting and Engraving.
MONEY TO LOAN ON ALL GOODS OF VALUE.
AND TELEGRAPHIO INSTITUTE
Has lone ?ince established its claims to public —vot anrl has now entered upon Its lath venrnmler
the most favorable auspices. Bc_I tor catalogue, giving full particulars, Cor. Third and Jackson
W. a. i'ADl)is. Principal.
r>H Easl Third Street
jSTThe latest styles of Imported Goods always on hand. Perfect BU guaranteed,
ma & i_-T t vay
__ SCALE8!__WINp MILLS!
FAIRBANKS, MORSE & CO., • 371 & 373 Sibley street.
LOOT ARO BHOl DBA—C3H.
SCHLZE-K & CO..
SO. 89 EAST THIRD STREET,
Mb in Boots _Sto_
Bt. Paul Agency for BURT'S, ORAY'S,
HEYKOLD'S, and Many Others.
Cff -tail ordure promptly filled.
James McMillan & Co.,
Proprietors of the
MINNNEAPOLIS SHEEPSKIN TANNERY,
AND DEALEK3 TN
HIDES. SHEEP PELTS, WOOL AND PURS,
' 109 First Auemie South, MlNNEAI'OLIS, MINX,
hiDments solicited. Write for oircn'ara.
IMPORTERS 110 WHOLESALE 1WSTS.
08 and 10 Sibley street, corner Fifth, St. Paul, Minn.
Acknowledged by Artists the Best in the World.
I know of none superior to the Weber and none that can compete with them
for durability.— 'leresa Carreno.
The toneofthfl Weber Piano is so sweet, rich and sympathetic, yet so mil,
that I shall always rank you as the greatest manufacturer of the day.—Emma
Weber Pianos excel all others in volume of to"(! and in power of expression.—
Tliere are no Pianos In the world that sustain the voice like the Weber.—Em
E. C. MU-SraER, -A-erent, St. .Paul.
SEND FOR CATALOGUES.
Full Weight and Measure Guaranteed by
GRIGGS & FOSTER,
41 East Third Street.
Established in 1864.
Dry body Marie, $0.50 per cord. An excellent
qnality of White Oak, =5 per cord, equal to ma
ple. Drv Pine Slabs, $3.
t5?-0rders can be left with Jellett & Co., cor
ner Seventh and Wacouta.
The most Eleeant Blood Puriner, Liver Invigora
tor. Tonic, and Appetizer ever known. The first
Bitters containing Iron ever advertised in Ameri
ca. Unprincipled persons are imitating the name;
look out for frauds. See XJ _5l)^> i # .
that the following iigna- sJLq£>W//
tur* is on every bottle aud Jx^y/y, /f-ll//f*~.
tait none other: f\7 "*-i^r\
ST. r_UX, MINN. C< Drujja'uti Chemist
IN NEW QUARTERS.
Is settled in his elegant New btore
Corner KM. and Saint Peter streets,
Where can be found the finest and best of Drugs,
Pert—aery, TdQet Articles, Patent Mi ••
etc. Also, all kinds of Garden and Flower aeedi
in their season.
PBE8CBTPTIQN8 A SPECIALTY
10 West Third street, St. PauL
I respectfully invite the attention of ladies and
gentlemen to ray large, most complete and elo
gai.t .-tock of new .Masquerade Costum«B, for
balls, parties, theatrical performance, old !oll_'
concerts, table.ius, <£c.
Masks at wholesale.
Country parties, send for list and prices.
p. j. gies_:n.