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Democratic County Convention.
The Democrats of Ramsey county will meet in
convention on Saturday, the 17th hist., at 10 a.
m. at Turner hall, Cor the purpose of selecting
sixteen delegates for the State convention to be
held on the :■ tli inst. The primaries for select
ing delegates to the county convention will be i
held on Friday, May IGth, between the hours of
6 anil 7p. in. at the following places:
First, Second; Third and Fifth wards and First
and Fourth precincts or the Fourth ward .-it the I
usual voting places in the First precinct of each '
Second, Third and Fifth precincts of Fourth
ward at tho usual voting place in Third precinct.
Mxlh ward, at engine bouse on Clinton aye-
Kose Keservc, Mounds View, New Canada and
McLean, at usual voting places,
t White Bear, ::t usual voting places in village,
The appointment delegates will be one dele
pate for each 10U votes, or major fraction thero
ut. cast for the Democratic state ticket in -Nov
ember, ISS3. Dii this basis the following will be
First ward, six delegates.
Second ward, sis delegates.
Third wardj six delegates.
Fourth v ...':, First and Fourth precincts, four I
Fourth ward. Second, Third and Fifth pro
cincts, five delegates.
I Fifth ward, six delegates.
Sixth ward, five delegates.
ltosc, one delegate.
Keservc. one delegate;
>'c\v Canada, one I, rate.
White Bear, one delegate.
The following gentlemen are hereby authorized
to act us juuges of the primaries at the various
i'irst Ward—Chas. S. (.'timings, Edward Schur-
Second Ward-Win. Delaney, P. O. Regan.
Third Ward—Frank Hollidge, .1. W. Frost.
Fourth Ward. Ist and 4th precincts—James
Myler. Barney Ryan.
Fourth Ward; ..:. 3d and sth precincts—Thos.
CanUicld: Sic Wagner.
Fifth Ward—F. Kelson, P. 11. Kellcy. Jr.
>ixth Ward—Paul Si rtin, K. EL Bryant.
. A. II ndricksoa.
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By oriicr of the committee.
Robert A. Smith, Chairman.
The internal revenue collections yesterday"
amounted to ei,ISS.
Strawberries arc selling at twenty-five
cents the basket.
There wnl be a meeting of the council fire
committee on Monday evening next.
Wait Broderick was arrested for stealing a
£•'(> bill at a city hash house last evening.
Ex-E<lilor Drake, of the Albert Lea Staml
anl iiud now in government service, is taking
a siiort vacation in the city.
During Thursday night four military con
viols broke from the guard bouse at Fort
Suclling aud made their escape.
The committee on claims of the council
mot yesterday afternoon and transacted a
large grist of routine business.
Capt. Burgers, of Co. F, second regiment
of Mankato,'has sent in his resignation on
account of a press oi! other business.
The Dakota Avenue Preseott injunction
suit will be taken up for trial in the general
Una of the district court about June '■}.
A still alarm took the lire department out
at 9:31 yesterday morning to the corner of
Thirteenth and Minnesota streets, to quench
a burning brush heap.
Daniel Leith was before the United States
commissioner yesterday on the charge of
idling bug juice to Indians. The case was
continued to the June term of court.
It WE.S the biggest day yet at the county
treasury yesterday— sl9,ooo being taken in
for real estate taxes. Only twelve days more
grace for the discount to pay in $450,000.
The council committee on streets voted
last evening to make the street car company
keep the paving inside its tracks and two feet j
each side the same iv repair to prevent ac- j
cidents to vehicles. . i
Citi'/cns of Hamlinc township, Rose town- I
chip, tiled a petition in the district court yes- j
tcrday, king that the village of Hamline be
incorporated. The matter will be considered j
in special term, June 7.
Dr. Anker, county physician, removed his '
office yesterday from the corner of Fourth
and Market streets, to more com
modious quarters over Karl Simmon's drug
store, corner of Third and Market streets.
Special policeman Gladden brought in a I
crank to the city ball last evening, who took
oil his boots in front of a dwelling on the
corner of Sixth aud Wil'.ius street and, en
i 'ring the same, commenced to wander aim
Christ tlocll, of St. Louis, Hie celebrated
inventor of the Pompier ladder, and an ex
pert in its use, will arrive in the city to-day.
A public exhibition of the working of these
ladders will be given by him in connection
wiili lUc lire department early next week.
The .jury in the case of E. 11. Judsou
against Henry Smith, in which action was
brougljt in the municipal court to obtain pos
session of a store on Wabashaw street, re
turned a verdict yesterday in favor of the
The agent of the Omaha road in East St.
l'aul, had a fuss yesterday with one of the
night hands named Feeney, in the course of
which the latter got thumped. The patrol
wagon went out, but ere it reached the
station Feeney had skipped.
Thomas McGuire was arrested for shooting
at a woman with whom he was having an
altercation in the Sixth ward last night He
was drunk, and his bullet did no damage, as
far as could be ascertained. He was sharp
enough to throw away his revolver before the
ollicer took him under his wing.
A whisper came over the wire the other
day to the effect that Bosworth, the masher,
aid . superintendent of the mailing depart
ment of the postollice, bad been seen in the
classic city of Boston. His " baby " was not
with him, and no doubt the erratic young
man with the gazelle eyes is trying to 'mash '
the Goddess of Liberty on Bunker Hill.
Harry Richards, of Fargo, is at the Metro
R. L. Frazee, of Frazee City, was in St. !
1). M. Emery, wife aud son, of Lake City, i
arc at the Merchants. " !
Geo. C. Reis, the big farmer of Edna, and j
daughter, are at the Windsor.
Col. Thompson and P. R. Smith, of Grand j
Forks, were in the city yesterday.
Mr.'John' Grace returned yesterday from
several months' absence in tlie south.
Mr. and Mrs. "Win. Nathaniel, of I'oultney,
Vt., were at the Metropolitan yesterday.
E. '.:. Holmes, Detroit, John C. Robinson,
Fargo, and W. H. Dike, Faribault, were at
the i hants yesterday.
C. F. Yon::-. E. Alexander, E. McCord
and ,T. A. Mably, prominent men of Lake
City, were at the Windsor yesterday.
At the Merchants yesterday were Capt. D.
■W. Maratta, of Dakota, Geo. E. Reed, Bis
man Dr. John McLean and Edwin Adams
Among the arrivals at the Merchants yes
tcruay were James Frazcr, Oliver Harriman,
\Vm. T. Booth, D. Willis, James and John 8.
Kennedy, all prominent railroad men of
New York. Mr. Kennedy was one of the
original six who purchased the Manitoba
railroad, and the party returned yesterday
with 1. J. Hill, having made a trip "over the
AT CHICAGO VESTEKDAT
| Special Telegram to the Globe. 1
H. McKinney, Winona, is at the Tre
A. C. Smith, St. Paul, is registered at the
Wm. G. Hodgson. J. E. Stevens, Jr., Miss
Kate Laughlin, Minneapolis, are at the
Dr. Daniel Leasure, St. Paul, is a guest
at the Grand Pacific.
E. D. Comings; St Paul; D. H. Darman.
Minneapolis, and D. M. Canfield, La Crossed '
are at the Grand Pacific. ]
Display or Muscle by Thomas Jefferson
and Other Distinguished Fel
The Olympic theater contained a large au
dience last night to witness the athletic en
tertainment gotten up by Thomas Jefferson,
the leader of the Republican party in the
Second ward, and several other exponents
of the manly art of this city and Minneapo
lis, the fun being fast ami furious.
Dave Brown, a medium-sized coon from
St. Paul, took charge as master of ceremo
'I'll.' entertainment opened with a sparring
bout between Frank Robinson, (coon) of
Minneapolis, and Young Mullenbonk, (coon)
of this city. Alter a few spins with the
gloves the match was decided a draw. This
was tame in comparison Ito the sport that fol
lowed. It consisted of a sparring match be
tween Master Frank, (coon) of
Chicago, and V. P. Butts, (coon)
known as the Boston whirlwind.
The hitter showed much nerve and proved
himself a dandy, winning the match amid
the hoots audbravos of the crowd.
Alter a very good' acrobatic exhibition by
J. O'Brien, (Republican), followed one of
the richest treats ever given in St. Paul or
any other city. It was a bout with gloves be
tween Barry Gray (coon), otherwise known
as the Omaha Chicken, am! Miss Hawkins,
(coon), known among the employes of a
certain high-toned grub foundry of St. Paul
.- the dude. The latter appeared iv short
skirts of red, white ajd blue. i: gaudy Jersey
jacket and pink stockings. The contest
was very exciting and after a few spins she
knocked the Omaha Chicken out.
Next came a contest with gloves between
Patsey Mullen (Rep) and Thomas Jefferson
(Coon), announced as the St. Panl favorite.
This was very exciting; at the start Jefferson
received a smart tap on the potato trap, and
they both bit the dust The fight was renewed
and some spirited work followed; the referee
called it a draw, and this was all that saved at
least one of the contestants from being knock
ed out. '...
A bout followed between Frank Robinson
(coon) and Louis Liverpool (coon). This
engagement was very animated; Liverpool
ioi! Gil with a swipe ala Sullivan and there
was lots of fun for the boys in the gallery.
After they had mopped the floor with each
other for a few rounds, in which consider
able skill was shown, the match was declared
A glove contest between Bauer (Hep.) and
Fay (Rep.) was also declared a draw, after
which Miss Hawkins (coon), bobbed up se
renely In a contest with Jim Tyler (coon).
The little lady started oil' in good shape this
trip, but she went wild as the mill progress
ed, ami the seconds called it a draw, the
girl in tiie jersey showing game to the last.
The match that followed between Tom Jef
ferson (coon) and Butts (coon) was a dais;..
Both men were in pood shape, and they dis
played considerable science. The contest
was very lively and it was made more ani
mated by cries from the gallery of '"give him
a gopher, Tom," "kiss him for me," '"knock
him out," and other expressions. The refer
ee stopped the tun at its height.
A good deal of tun followed in the contest
between O'Brien (Rep) and a man described
as the- Niagara Falls wonder (Coon.) This
match was nip and tuck for a while and both
:!!-. :\ were game. It was a collar and elbow
racket and they rolled around on the stage
in great shape, two fails being decided in
favor of O'Brien (Rep.)
Alter this came a contest between Patsev
Miller (Rep.) and Mr. Slowed (Rep.), the
champion light weight of Minnesota. The
sport was very warm fora few minutes, and
it was greatly enjoyed by the gallery. It was
called a draw.
The Omaha chicken (coon), and Louis
Liverpool (coon), had a set-to with gloves, in
which the latter easily won.
The entertainment closed with a tug-of
v.ar between a coon team from Minneapolis
■■;;■'. another from St. Paul. It was. a scrub
racket, and was not productive of any great
:; mount of amusement.
Dave Brown, (coon,) the master of cere
monies, concluded the entertainment with
t!)c following speech:
"£..■• -Hot and Gentlemen—The entertain
ment will continue until to-morrow night."
Thy Spanish Students.
AiiJ interested and enthusiastic audience
greeted the second entertainment of the
Spanish Students at Market hall last evening,
emphasising the fact that the enterprise of
the ladies of the Jackson Street Methodist
church in securing the presence of this com
pany of musical performers have furnished
the public with a rare and very enjoyable
scries of entertainments.
Loon the programme last evening were
eight numbers, four of them designated for
the Spanish Students, but the four were in
creased to seven, owing to the responses
accorded and the rapturous encores bestowed
upon the performers. Several of the pieces
given were the ecstacy of musical execution,
especially Verdi's Miserere from Trovatore,
in which the blending of the exquisite notes
of the lute-like mandolins with the softly
touched strings of tha sweet guitars were a
rapture. The medley of national airs stirred
the audience to the utmost, and the Spanish
Fandango was the happiest finale possible to
the charming evening.
The interludes between the numbers ren
dered by the Spanish Students were enter
tainingly filled by amusing and well rend
ered dialect recitations by Mr. Hayes, the
principal one of which was Bob Burdette's
interview with a church going railroad brake
man, and songs and ballads by Mr. Skiff.
Mr. Hayes' recitations were given in good
form and cordially received. Mr. Skiff, after
rendering the descriptive song, '-The. King
and the Miller," was greeted with a generous
encore to which he responded with a well
This afternoon the Spanish Students ap
pear at the matinee, given especially for the
entertainment of ladies and schoolchildren.
Parents ennnot afford their children a greater
pleasure than to permit their attendance at
the matinee, and the hall should he crowded
witli tiie lads and lassies of the city, to whom
the occasion would be a novelty and delight.
The final entertainment takes place this
evening with an entire change of programme.
Tickets may be secured during the day at the
stores of Myers & Finch and Dyer & Howard.
Tiie splendid scenery, startling situations
ami fine acting incidental to the presentation*
of flic entertaining drama -'Monte Crist'."
continues to draw large audiences at the
Grand and the performance last night was
well attended and cordially received.
A matinee i- announced for this afternoon
and the engagement closes to night.
Tiie sale of scats for the engagement of
Scene, the tragedian, has been largo, and a
seas in of successful drama is looked forward
to next week.
. THE CLOTHES DIDN'T FIT.
But They "Fit" on the Sidewalk All
A lively sensation was occasioned in front
of the cafe Livington, on 'Wabashaw street,
about 7 o'clock last evening, the trouble
arising from an encounter between a young
man named Kirk, employed in the office of
the Northwestern Fuel company, and
a Mr. Boals, a salesman for
NicoU, the tailor of East Third street.
About the hour named Mr. Kirk and a
friend were conversing at the entrance to
the cafe, when they were accosted by Mr.
Beals, who addressed his remarks to Mr.
Kink, taking him to task about a suit of
clothing, which the latter had ordered made,
but which were not satisfactory owing to the
misfit of the vest.
.Mr. Beals, who by the way is a very tall
man. became suddenly excited and he struck
Mr. Kirk a blow in the month, whereupon
the friend of the latter whose size enabled
him to better cope wit the prowess of Beals,
took up the challenge and let Beals have a
couple of sturdy blows.
The roil' fcecamg somewhat general at this
.THE ST. PAUL DAILY GLOBE. SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 17, 1884.
juncture, and a brief but very animated en
gagement took place on the sidewalk, the
contest being witnessed by a large crowd of
The men were finally separated when
Beals skipped off, Baying that he was going
to procure, a warrant ami Mr. Kirk made a
similar declaration. "
i; In conversation with Mr. Kirk after the
engagement the hitter said that lie had or
dered a suit of clothing from the house rep
resented by Heals but that as he had not
succeeded in getting a tit tie refused to take
them. This is what led to the row which
after all did not result in bloodshed.
Besley'a Waukegan ale and porter.at 100 West
Third street, 11. Orlemann, agent,
AVhito Bear Sunday Trains ,
Leave Union Depot 10:05 a. in., 8:15, 6:05, 7:15
and 0:00 p.m. Returning, 11 leave the lake 7:10,
8:25, a. m., 18:15, 6:10 and 10:00 p.m. Only
30 minutes run. Fare 50 cents round trip.
The Busiest Place in Chicago.
Any person who visits the Advertising Agency
of Lord & Thomas, McCormlcb block, will not
doubt that they are transacting an immense busi
ness with the newspapers or the country. A
thorough knowledge of their business, coupled
with energy and a liberal use of their own medi
cine, has placed them in the front, rank of ad
vertising agencies in the United Males.
We will not state the exact amount, but we
will say that during the past few weeks they
have closed contracts which will aggregate hun
dreds of thousands of dollars, and this business
has been secured in competition with the eastern
agencies, thus demonstration their claim of pos
sessing uneqnaled "facilities."
Their business offices are veritable hives of in
dustry, every member of their efficient corps of
employes being furnished with work enough to
develop their working energies. We think this
firm mig)it well adopt as their motto ''Courtesy
and Energy." The Herald congratulates them
on their merited success. — Chicago Herald, May
For the finest landaus, coupes, victorias, su
revs, wagonetts, premiers, road carts, Kg
carriages and wagons; also, a full line of the
famous Concord harness, call on K. A. Elliott &
Co., 20 West Fourth street. St. Paul.
The North Wisconsin trains over the Chicago,
St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha railway connect
at Wnshburn with Lake Superior steamers for
Buffalo and all points East. For sailings of
steamers from Wasuburu, tickets, rates and all
information call on
C. 11. Petscii, Ticket Agent,
15!) Ist Third street, St. Paul.
J. Ciiabbonneau, Ticket Agent,
No. 13 Xicollct House block, Minneapolis.
You can save money by buyirg wall paper,
carpets. and furniture at No. Cil East Seventh.
A. 11. I.oulkei:.
Anhenser Busch Export beer, at 103 West
Third street. 11. Orlemann, agent.
MEXZIES— CRAIG—At the First Baptist church;
May 15, 1884, by the Rev. H. B. I'.iddcll, D.D.,
Eva. youngest daughter of Alexander Menzies,
to A. Lindsay Craig, both of this city.
MEXZIES—At the First Baptist church,
May 15, ISB.I, by the Rev. B. R. Riddell, D.1).,
Belle, eldest daughter or Alexander Menzies,
to Thos. li. Beck of St. Vincent, Minn.
.... O^SMIFM 7
wl\ ILT/;■■;"! i .
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. RoTAL BAKING PowbbbCo., 196 Wail
street, Xew York.
STEAMERS. . ,
DIAMOND JIB LIE STEAMERS.
For Winona, La CrOßse, Dnbnquo, Rock Island,
Burlington, Ke'oknk, Q.ulncy, St. Louis
and all Intermediate Points. ■
The elegant, popular and fast electric light pas-
JOHN* KILLF.r.N, LAItKY CCBBERLY,
Leaves st. Paul, Saturday, May 17, at 2P. M.
Through tickets to Chicago and all points to
East, West and South, by river and rail. The
cheapest and best route. A. G. Long, Agent
Office and dock foot of Sibley St. St. Paul.
city ticket office, St. Paul, Third and Jackson
Office in Minneapolis, 10 Washington avenue
White Bear Lake, Mian.
It is with pleasure I inform my old patrons and
the public in general, that (weather permitting)
on SUNDAY NEXT, will inaugurate the formal
opening of this favorite resort. Rooms and Cot
tages may be secured from St. Paul or Minneapo
lis by telephone, also by mail or telegraph from
Fish dinners including frogs a specialty.
;■ '■ Having purchased a large number of new
boats this spring, my fleet is now the largest on
the lake, anil in command of the popular Capt.
Victor, assisted by his crew of reliable sailors.
Free omnibus to and from Cottage Park depot
. "■ WM. LEIP, Proprietor.
Full Weight and Measure Guaranteed by
gmcgs & mm,
41 East Third Street.
Established in 1864 .
Dry body Maple, S<>.so per cord. An excellent
quality of White Oak, S3 per cord, equal to ma
ple. Dry Pine Slabs, $:!.
can be left with Jcllett & Co., cor
ner Seventh and Wacouta.
Teeth extracted without pain. All work guaran
eed. Dr. Cullum, 41 East Third St., Cor. Cedar.
STOVES STORED away for the season.
Called for and put up again in the fall. Call
or address Joseph Ilaag. 30a West Seventh street,
, CROCKERY, GLASSWARE. "
<flgjf*FoiPß CAUSE A! TSIEIR
Do not think the great rush made upon us during
this week for
$/ ' 7
Has cleaned us all out, for we still have a big
stock left, that
MUST BE SOLD!
As for prices come and see and if we do not
astonish you, then it is an impossibility to do so.
We have marked prices down so low that we
were compelled to use Red figures, else they
could not be seen at all. Our store will be open
for business from 8 o'clock a. m., until 9 o'clock
p. m., every day until our whole stock is dis
posed oil , ----^t ■
Remember this is the greatest opportunity
ever offered you to buy CROCKERY, GLASS
WARE, Etc., for we are absolutely retiring from
business and our stock must go.
Goods sold in lots to suit purchasers, and
cash must accompany every sale. In Wholesale
lots, purchases must be settled for with bankable
notes, payable in 30 days from date of sale.
NOW IS YOUR CHANCE! Come and see!
129 EAST HIED STREET,
Office of the Board op Education-, )
St. Paul, May 7, IBfc>4. j
■'?■■ Sealed bills will be received for ■
"""" " ~ . /
Up to MONDAY, May 19th, at 5 p. m., for Desks
for the following Schools .
All bids to be addressed to the Hon. Joseph
Oppenheiin, Preside!! I of the Board of Education.
The Board reserves the right to reject any and
By order of the Hoard.
.1. (i DONNELLY, Secretary.
P. S.—For particulars as to sizes, etc., apply
to J. G. Donnelly, Chairman of the Committee on
Purchases and Supplies. 129*
Mice to Bidders,!
Office of i me. T. Mould, Architect, )
St. Pail, Minx.; May 15, ISS-!. f
Proposals for the Excavation and removal of
Rock, etc., from the lot southeast corner Fourth
and Cedar streets, will lie received at this officer
Plans and specifications and detailed informa
tion may be had by application to
CUAS. T. MOULD, Architect,
180-139 20, Manuheimer Block.
iiluailiuai dilll Mdapuldiiu
10 West Third street, St. Faul
I respectfully invite the attention of ladies and
gentlemen to my large, most complete and ele
gant stock of new Masquerade Costumes, for
balls, parties, theatrical performances, old folks'
concerts, tableaux, Jbc. «
Masks at wholesale. . '
Country parties, send for list and prices.
P. J. GIESEN._
A sure cure for Blind, Bleeding, Itching and
Ulcerated Piles, has been discovered by Dr. Wil
liam, (an Indian remedy) called Dit, WILLIAM'S
INDIAN OINTMENT. A single bos has cured
the worst chronic cases of S3 years' standing. No
one need suffer five minutes after applying this
wonderful soothing medicine. Lotions and in
struments do more harm than good. William's
Ointment absorbs the tumors, allays the intense
itching, (particularly at night after getting warm
in bed.) acts as a poultice, gives instant and pain
less relief, and is prepared only for Piles, itching
of the Private part.-:, and for nothing else. For
sale by all druggists, and mailed on receipt of
pike, SI. NO YES BROS. X CUTLEK, Wholesale
Agent, St. Paul, Minn. . >-•■? - „
"By a thorough knowledge of the natural lawa
which govern the operations of digestion and nu
trition, and by a careful application of the fine
properties of well-selected Cocoa, Mr. Epps has
provided our breakfast tables with a delicately
flavored beverage which may save us many heavy
doctor's bills. : It is by the judicious use of such,
articles of diet that a constitution may be gradu
ally built up until strong enough to resist every
tendency of disease. Hundreds of subtle mala
dies are floating around us ready to attack wherev
|er there is a weak point, We may escape many a
i fatal shaft by keeping ourselves well fortified
with pure blood and a properly nourished frame."
—Civil Service Gazette.
Made simply with boiling water or milk. Sola
' in tins only (; 2ft and Ib) by Grocers, labeled thus;
, TAMP 9 PPPJ 9. Pit Hcmoeopattiic Chemists
; JililiijjJ if la fi; UU.j lOWOS, EXGIASO
YOU ARE IPiTED TO LOOK BELOW.
12beautiful lots near the new Summit Park;
flue trees, good neighborhood: Kittsou, Mann,
Presley, Ingersoll, Quinby.
Residence on Dayton avenue, near Farrington,
occupied by A. G. Foster, Esq., ; SO feet on
Dayton, same on Sell)}-.
Nice lot on Dayton avenue, only $*00.
On Concord street, West St. Paul, 5 large lots,
business property. Note this, ye speculators of
the West Side. $5,600.
A daisy lot on Wilkin street, near lion. W. L.
Canning's; fine view, central.
A gem of a cottage on Ashland avenue; 8
The prettiest block in Summit Park addition.
Cottage at Spring Park. Lake Minnetonka:
piazzas all around, wire screens, shade, near club
house: just what you are sighing for.
.2 business lotion Robert street, between Fifth
Residence lot, lying handsomely in block 14,
Summit Park addition. .
Elegant lot, bluff side Summit avenue superb
Lot 22 feet front on Martin street, corner of
Rice street . .
Dwelling house fronting on Merriam Park,
lower town; formerly the home of W. R. Mer
riuiu, Esq. .
New house on Hondo street, 7 rooms, cistern,
etc.: 8200 cash payment; balance monthly.'
Nicely arranged spacious house; east exposure,
shade trees, stable. Farrington avenue.
Col. Bend's 12-room modern residence, Summit
The cheapest lots in the most attractive locali
ty. Everybody talking about them, and children
trying for them. Overs22,ooo worth sold. They
are in Wright's addition.
Jackson and Fifth streets.
■ WOLD & TEEPLE,
Real Estate & loan Brokers,
, SO. 63 EAST THIPJ) STREET, -
St. Paul. ■ . Minn.
WE G. ROBERTSON,
(Successor to D. A. Robertson & Co., the oldest
real estate agency in Minnesota.)
No. 7 McQuillan Block, cor, TM&Waoasliaw.
(Established in 1872,)
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
Comer Third & Robert streets, (in Savings Bank,)
ST. PAUL, MINN.
Buys, Sells, Collects, Pays Taxes, Negotiates
R. W. JOHNSON,
REAL ESTATE AfiEST,
JTANXHEIIIEE BLOCK, - • ROOM 11,
St.Panl, - . - Minn.
BRISBIN & FAEWELL,
Comer ofWatiasliaw and Fourth streets.
' Over Express Office. 370
FIVE CENTS A LINE
SITUATIONS wa stud.
ANTED—Places to do washing and ironing
in private families by a competent person.
Inquire at 270 William's street. • •:■■■ 187 118
LADIES or young men in the city or country
to take nice, light and pleasant work at
their own homes. ig-J to $5 a day easily and
quietly made; work sent' by mail; no canvass
ing; no stamp tor reply. Please address F. Itidd
& Co., box 457, Dubuqoe, lowa. 138
WANTED— Gentlemen and ladies to learn
telegraphy. Situations when competent,
Globe Telegraph Co., Fourth and Jackson, St.
Paul. See our panorama every evening, corner
of Seventh and Jackson. .. ; 138
WASTED Ladies or gentlemen in city or
V> country to take nice, light and pleasant
work at their own homes; $2 to §5 a day easily
and quietly made; work sent by mail: no canvass
ing; no stamp for reply. Please address Reliable
ManTg Co., Philadelphia, Pa. tu,th,satisulm
_ _. Females. """""
WANTED— girl for general housework,
513 Stillwater street. 136-1 ;•:
WANTED— Laundry girl, at Grand Central
Hotel, corner Wabashaw and Seventh
WANTED— A girl for general housework in a
small family, at 055 Division ; street, St.
Anthony hill. 134*
ANTED—GirI to go to the lake for the
summer; one to do housework in family
of three; call at U7T Dayton avenue. 182-133
ANTED—A first-class sign painter, by L.
D. Lake, corner of West Seventh and Ex
change streets. 130-141
» IOK HUNT. ' ■.
FURNISHED HOUSE to rent for the summer.
X 1 377 Washington street near park. P. Si-
Finch. -^ 138-140
FOR KENT—A house on Webster street, No.
IX 1 338. Inquire at H. B. Montgomery, 4!)
West Fourth street. 138
HOUSES No. 57 and 59 East Tenth street for
-IX rent. Inquire James Cullen, No. 20 West
Third street. 138-10
T^OR KENT—New seven-room house, large
X grounds, all conveniences of a home, one
block from street cars. Kent moderate to good
family. Apply cor. St. Clairand Colborn streets.
FOR — New three-story brick house on
X Ashland near Western. Eleven rooms, bath,
hot air furnace, gas am', everything desired for
convenience. Ask at No. 40S same avenue.
T7IOKRENT—House containing eight rooms,
X I cellar, well and cistern. Inquire 310 Oak
street- [ 187-138
1 HORRENT — new house of 10 rooms, with
. all modem improvements. Apply to 101
Nina .-.venue. " 136*
T7IOR KENT—A good convenient house of eight
X looms, basement and cellar, at CB2 Jackson
T7IOR RENT new four-room house, on
X' Thomas street, with barn ana large lot,
cheap, to a good tenant. Inquire 39 East Third.
T^OR KENT—Large two-story house," corner of
X Acker and Buffalo streets, 13 rooms, cellar,
cistern and well, suitable for a boarding-house.
Inquire of Robert Bryan, Dispatch printing of
TjiOß RENT—House centrally located with
X modern conveniences. David Sanford, 349
Wabnshaw street. lUS*
T7IOK RENT—A cottage with four rooms,
X Pantry and closets, good water and every
convenience. Apply to J. C. McCarthy, Sixth
TO RENT—House of fix rooms on Ohio
X street. Inquire of P. R. McDonnell, grocer,
corner George and Ohio streets, Sixth ward.
Rooms. '. ':'.:'
T7IOK RENT— furnished rooms SB and gS
X per month, one block from Metropolitan ho
tel, 120 West Fourth, old number. 13S-39
~VTICELY furnished rooms for rent apply at
-L^l No. 431 st. Peter street, opposite now mar
ket. . 137-139
rnwo handsome furnished rooms for rent, suit-
X able for one or two persons. Bath and shady
yard. 300 Exceange street, two doors from Athe
FUKNISIIED rooms for rent. 301 Sherman
X' street. 135
FOR RENT.—Three rooms unfurnished at No.
7 East Ninth street. Inquire at premises or
rooms, Custom house. Louis Demeules. 135-89
TO RENT—Two large, nicely furnished front
X rooms in private family. 658 Robert street
T^OR SALE—A horse, pony and buggy, at i!4l
X I Pearl street. 137-143
TONE AND GRAVEL for sale on sixth street
between Jackson and Sibley streets. 137-43
CHEAP for cash or on long time if well secured,
one 23-horse power engine and 40-hors*
power steel tubular boiler with pumps, heater
and stack. Four 8 and three- 10-horse power
agricultural engines. . Two 8, two 10 and one 15
--horse power portable boilers. Apply to C. 21..;
Power, 301 Jackson street. 114-144
Ij^Oli SALE OR EXCHANGE—A clioiec~farrn,
- fully improved and located one mile from a
good town, and will sell cheap. Parwell & Co..
Third an! Jackson streets. :•■ ': ■ •..:■
BARGAIN OF A HOME—Second house south
of Fourteenth street, on Jackson street, lot
2;iKxßo feet, ten rooms, good basement. Price
$2,900; mortgage $1,660.67, one and two years.
This will be business property soon. Apply
quick. Fairchild & Davidson, 334 Jackson street
TWO large dwellings, also lots in Kitson's ad
dition, for sale by 11. M. Rice, Mannheitner
block. _ 131-40
T7K)K SALE—The following desirable lots: lots'
!X' corner of Pleasant avenue and Sixth street,
2 lots on Rice street, between Iglehart mid Tilton
street; 10 lots in Irvine's second addition, front
ing 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, 843 Exchange street, city. 223*
ACKEY'S LOAN OFFICE—Notes bought,
money loaned on furniture, pianos, horses,
wagons and personal property at low rates, with
out removal. OSices, Room 7, First National bank
building, corner Fourth and Jackson street, St.,
Paul, and Room 7, Mackey & Legs block, corner
of Fourth and Nicollet, Minneapolis. 26-207
on furniture, pianos, in residence without re
moval. E. &F. Piters, 283 Sibley street, oppo
site Union depot. 390*
LOANS on Life Ins. Policies. L.' P. Van
Norman, No. 245. Ist Aye. S. Minneapolis.
TjA wtox HIS OS.
ELEGANT RESIDENCE on Cherokee avenue,
i 3 lots, house and barn, with modern im
provements; most sightly place in St. Paul; easy
access; only $4,000; on terms. Law ton P.ros.
Vacant lots in every locality m the Sixth ward
on terms; special bargains for cash, also large
list on monthly payments, 175 Dakota avenue.
Houses on monthly payments in desirable lo
cality with small payment down. 132-38
FIVE VALUABLE UNIVERSITY AVENUE
LOTS at auction.—l will sell at auction on
the premises, Tuesday, May 20th at 10 a. m., the
following valuable lots on University avenue to
wit; 3 lots 40x119 each in block 3, of F.lfelt,
Bernheimer and Arnold addition to St.Paul, and
situated en the southeast corner of Farrington
and ■ University avenue, lot 18, block 15, of
Smith's subdivision of Stinson division 40x125,0n
the northerly side of University avenue, near the
corner of Arnnde! street; and.lot 12, of block
2, Mackubin & Marshall's addition to St. Panl,
and situated on the southerly side of University
avenue near the corner of ilackubin street, size
40x103, ail this property is situated wi the line
of the street railway and upon the great business
thoroughfare of the northwestern portion of the
city. Any one desirous of obtaining property that
is rapidly increasing in value will attend this
sale. Terms made known on day of sale.
---••.;-•.-. P. T. KAYANAGH,
The most Elegant Blood PoriSer, later Invigora
tor, Tonic, .Appetizer ever known. The first
Bitters containing Iron ever advertised in Ameri.
ca. Unprincipled perrons are iniit.itin^ the name;
look out for. frauds See / O /fTta
that the following si?na- /li fcUJIO '' '
1 yon ia on every bottle ami. A^Z/lr/f-i///
i»l- none other-. . /fW.<-y^^y •'•ICCL>T\
SX. PAUL. B£LX>*. tl^ Drosjirt S: Chemist
- . . .„■".:>,' CLOTHIEBa.
91 and 153 East Third Street,
We will show this week the largest and finest line of
Bine Flannel Suits!
Ever seen in St. Paul. Come in and examine the stock and learn
the prices which we guarantee to be the lowest in the Northwest.
A complete and elegant stock of
$ Summer Suits!
Best Materials, Newest Styles, Guaranteed Fits
and Lowest Prices!
91 and 153 East Tjiird street, St. Paul, Minn
• MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.
Acknowledged fey Artists (lie Best in the World.
fii^mu^^SZ^^^^ n°nethat «u»«Wtewlth them
tw'iOMi'l °f' the Weber Piano is so sweet, rich and sympathetic, yet so full,
1 Thiirsllv ways rauk you as the greatest manufacturer of the day.—Emma
S.*r>iebu£ CXCeI — OlllCrS in volume ° tone and I* Power of expression.—
ma Abbott™ D° Piaa°S iD thC W rld that SUstain the TOlce like the Weber.—Em-
K. O/MTJNG-Eaa, .A^ent, St. Paul.
SEND FOB CATALOGUES.
FERGUS FAHBY, V.
58 East Third Street.
SST'The latest styles of Imported Goods always on hand. Perfect fits guaranteed.
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■ • TAILORING. ■
IIWII I* tlfti¥ 3dEastTiiirdstreet
331 Wateta street Cor, lift. %mB^W
James McMillan & Co.,
Proprietors of ' the
MINNNSAPOLIS SHEEPSKIN TANNERY.
' AM) DBALEKS IN '.
~'r HIDES, SHEEP PELTS, WOOL AND FURS,
cv x" . ■■ „ . 109 First Anenue South, MINNEAPOLIS, MINIT.
l'hiDm«ritß solicited. Writ«> foroirpiilar?. • "'
J^ ~ \ — <
AND TELEGRAPHIC INSTITUTE
Has long since eelaTjiiFhea its claims to public favor and has now entered upon its 15th year under
and most favorable auspices. Sena for catalogue, giving full particulars, y orliwesl cor. Seventh
and Jackson streets.
| ■ - ___^ W. A. FADDIS, Principal.
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_^ , ZGOI KSD SROS D2AUCBS.
PI BCHLiEK &c CO..
; II). 89 EAST THIRD SIEEET,
St. Paul Agency for BUST'S, GRAY'S,
--T^ OLD'S, and Many Others.
aaj^ ***-=Sa4^ji«s»s» $3b Mail orders promptly filled.
FAIEBASES' STMDAKD SCALES!
Eclipse Wind Mills Tanks and Pumps,
Smith-Vaile Steam Pumps and Boilers,
Hancock Inspirators, Lubricators, etc
FAIRBMKS, MORSE & CO., ~^~~~37T & 373 Slleyltreet
~T ISTOYJES, BROS. & CUTJLTjGK,
IMPORTERS II WHOLESALE lIfJISTS.
GS and 70 Sibley street, corner Fifth, St. Paul, Minn.
DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS.
The leading .ST. PAUL Jlanufactory of ■
Sasl, Doors, BiMUg
And Dealers in HARDWOOD LUMBER, OAK
AND YELLOW FINE FLOORING.
BAfiLE STBEKT AND SEVEN OOIINER^
Sealed bids will be received at the office, of the
Board of Water Commissioner?, 23 Er 4 st Fifth
street, until 12 m, Tuesday, Hay 20th,, 1881, for
Waste Weir A.
Waste Weir B.
Pilingalong Law Service Pipe
In accordance with r^ians and specifications on file
in theoffice of Eng' _n. er o f id Board. Each bid
most he separat £ and be accompanied with a
bond of twenty per cent, of the amount bid with
two sureties, residents of the state, A form of
bid will be f- jrnished on application.
The Boa-.,! reserves the right to reject any and
' , • L. W. RUXDLETT,
Engineer Board of Water Commissioners.
I' ' EDUCATIONAL.
Mount Saint Joseph's
For me Eflncatio'j of Tonne Ladies
[ Parents desirop.B of placing thoir daughters in
. a first class sc'aool, will do well to iiiTestigata
■ the claims of tnis institution. To the present
building, wbioh is both spacious and beautiful
j a large addi'aon is being erected, which will con
tain music, exhibition and recreation halls. Tha
course of studies in the different departments is
thorough, nothing being omitted that is neces
sary to ?jnpart a finished education. The musi
cal dei jartment comprises a thorough course ox
graduation in Theory and Practice. Every ad«
Tant is afforded to those who wish to purea«
aBT/ecial course in painting; general instructions
in drawing are given in class-rooms. For par*
ti cnlar apply to BISTER BUPKBIOH. 8544
IN NEW QUARTERS.
Is settled in his elegant New Store
Comer Nina anil Saint Fetor streets.
Where can be found the finest anil best of Drugi,
Perfumery, Toilet Articles, Patent Medicines,
etc. Also, all kinds of Garden and Flower Seeds
in their season. . . .