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Michigan officers called upon the governor
yesterday L for a requisition for a criminal
hiding in this state, y"
The dog catchers start out to-day in quest
of unlicensed canines j slid the slaughter of
the Innocents at once. .
The old council will meet at 7 o'clock this,
evening, and after winding up its business,
the new council will be organized.
The city treasurer disbursed nearly $IS,OOO
yesterday in payment of the May salaries of
the police force, lire department and city
State Auditor Braden sold 9,000 acres of
lands in the northern counties last week and
last evening left to attend sales in Yellow
G. W. Klwell of New York was admitted to
practice at yesterday's session of the su
preme court at Die Minnesota bar and will
locate in St. Paul..
Sweet Dora Smith was doing the city on
the Minneapolis plan last evening by a too
loose promenade, and was run into the city
hall for street walking.
The 6tate house is represented at Chicago
as lookers on by S. 11. Nichols, A. K. McGUI
and Charles Kittleson. Mrs. Kittleson ac
companied the latter as far as Milwaukee. ;
Geo. Bowers filed an application in Judge
Brill's session of the district court yesterday
for the $200 state statute horse thief reward
for the capture and conviction of 'Win.
The total cost of the new Park Congrega
tional church on St. Anthony hill was $10,
--£51.37, complete with its site and furnish
ings, and its chapel will comfortably seat
The appeal of the St. Paul & Sioux City
Railroad company in regard to taxation of
certain lands owned in this city was sub
mitted on stipulations and briefs in the Dis
trict court yesterday.
To-morrow is pension day and Clerk Bell
of the district court, will have his office open
at 7:80 a. -.n., to execute pension papers, and
desires that the pensioners will be on hand
early for that purpose.
The jury in the ease of Wm. Erickson
asking heavy damages of Chas. 11. Haas for
being delivered to the city hall after having
ran into the wagon of the latter on the high
way with a mule team, gave the sufferer* a
$1 sealed verdict yesterday.
The initial concert at Grote's Tivoli by the
Great Western band will be given this even
ing. To the many who have enjoyed the
programme given by this splendid musical |
organization in times past, no words of com- j
mendation arc unnecessary.
John Perrico, a Minneapolis dude with his
nose encased in black court-plaster, insulted
the wife of a prominent citizen on the streets
yesterday upon which a. warrant was got out
for his arrest and jailor O'Keefe bedded him
down on a pine bench for the night.
Twenty-two suits were commenced in the
United States circuit court yesterday by
Drennea^Btarr & Everett, of Minneapolis,
against the London Assurance company and
other; insurance compeuies. The actions
are to recover on fire ins trance policies.
B. A. Buford <& Co., at Illinois, yesterday
filed un action in the . strict court against
Vincent & Older, Jemariiing judgment in
the sum of $436.20; witj- interest, on an un
satisfied judgment obtained iv the circuit
court in Fayette county, lowa, on the 24th
day of October, 1576.
John Shceby was arrested by Officer Mor
ton last evening, on complaint of C. J. Ilam
erton, who affirmed that the suit of clothes
on the fellow's back had been stolen from him
at a boarding house. Sheeby says he bought
the clothes, but bis statement as to when,
where and by whom is not clear.
The western granite dealers or journeymen
have put up the price of that stone so high
that it pays those who must have it to import
the same from Maine. On this account the
curbing for the Fifth street paving is to be of
blue stone, the contract being let by the
board of public works yesterday to Wm. For
Whoever would get a view of St. Paul
which will itself in his or her mind for the
rest of their natural lives should visit Carpen
ter's lookout on St. Anthony hill. We ven
ture to say that in all the broad land there
can nowhere be found sach a charming pan
orama ot natural beauty clothed with the
evidences of the handiwork and industry of
At half-past twelve this morning a a man
named Tom Carl, who lives on Lewis street,
near Randolph, was taken into custody and
placed in jail. During the day he had de
veloped a good many indications of insanity,
and during the evening became so uncon
trolable that he drove his family out of the
the house and threatened everybody with
violence. He was placed in the county jail
for safe keeping.
The case of Charles Gann asking damages
of $15,000 against the St. Paul & Manitoba
railroad for having his leg crushed in their
employ as a brakeman in attempting to
jump from a platform upon a moving freight
at Elk river some months since, was partial
ly read before a jury in the district court
yesterday and dismissed for want of proper
cause for the action. It is understood that
the road had once offered to make some rep
aration to the plaintiff.
All persons arc reminded that they can
procure a few copies of the annual report of
the St. Paul chamber of commerce free, by
applying to the secretary, corner of Third
and Robert streets. The report is in the
shape of a most attractive little book, con
taining statistics of the business and growth
of St. Paul, also many interesting facts con
nected with the city, together with forty en
gravings of different buildings and views.
The book can be scut by mail to any part of
the United States, Canada or Europe for two
Headache, toothache, earache, are cured by
St. Jacobs Oil. It conquers pain.
Mr. and Mrs. George S. Knight are at the
Citizen Julius Durage returned to the city
A. Denny, of Graceville, was at the Wind
C. B. Stuart and . wife, Texas, are at the
C. A Broadwatcr, £ Montana, was in the i
Col. E. B. Emerson., incinnati, was at the
Metropolitan yesterday 1 '.'.-,'- Y~=
A. Jacquevont and 1 . Port, Paris, France,
were at the Jlefropolita!• yesterday.
T. J. Jones. peadw«id, and J. L. Wells,
Northtield, werei at ,th< Merchants yesterday, j
F. 11. Dam, St.-Clou J. and Charles Rich- }
ardson. Valley City, D. T., were at the Mer
At the Merchants' yesterday were John
Cooper. St. Cloud; Geo. H. T. Attnall and
wife, and A. C. Rutherford, Denver.
Mrs. Harrington and Miss Harrington, of
Whitingville, Mass., arc the guests of Mr.
Albert Charbonneau, of No. 357 Washington
street. ' °
Senator Morrison, of Rochester, arrived in
the city yesterday and is stopping at the
Mr. Sam Moss, of Chicago, is at the Clar
A. J. Mair, of Bradford, ' Pa., is amon°
the guests at the Clarendon.
Chas. F. H. Hendricks, of Sauk Center, is
at the Clarendon. . ■
Land Damage Commission Appointed
The water commissioners filed a. petition
In the district court clerk's office yesterday
of the board of water commissioners, with a
map of the property entered upon in the ex
tention of the water works, asking the ap
pointment of commissioners to appraise dam
ages. The matter came up in Judge Simons'
court a few hours after the filing, who ap
pointed as these commissioners, Wm. > Lin
dake, Geo. L. Becker and D. W. Ingersoll,
and- dissolved . a temporary injunction
'Well bad .been niaced on.the wort* .
Minnesota at the World's Industrial
The State Board Already Organizing Their
The state board of collective exhibits for
the World's Industrial and Uotton Centen
nial Exposition met yesterday afternoon at
the capital and appointed the following su
pe'riutendeuts of departments:
Prof. Edward 1). Porter, college of agricul
ture, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis,
superintendent of agricultural exhibits.
Prof. N. H. Wlnchell, state geologist, Min
neapolis, exhibits of the geology, mineralogy,
iiora and fauna of Minnesota.
R. C. Judsou, Farmington, secretary state
board of agriculture, superintendent of live
C. E. Marvin, Rochester, superintendent
of dairy exhibits.
Dr. C. N. Hewitt, Ked Wing, secretary
state board of health, sanitary exhibits.
F. G. Gould, Excelsior, superintendent of
Dr. R. O. Sweeny, St. Paul, president state
fish commission, superintendent of lish and
I). L. Kiehle, St. Paul, state superintend
ent of public instruction, educational ex
(ien. J. 11. Baker, St. Paul, railroad cctn
missiouer, exhibits of railroad system of the
state, maps, statistics, etc.
J. Fletcher'Williams, St. Paul, secretary of
State Historical society, historical collections,
relics and curiosities.
M. S. Chandler, St. Paul, United States
surveyor general, Minnesota land system,
maps, surveys, etc.
H. 11. Young, St. Paul, secretary state
board of immigration, immigration pamph
11. D. West, of West Publishing company,
St. Paul, Minnesota publications, law re
ports, state documents, reports of state soci
eties and books by Minnesota authors.
The organization of Other departments will
be announced hereafter. Among those in
contemplation are the following:
Flour manufacturing, lumber manufacto
ry, general manufactures, Minnesota lakes
and summer resorts, department of woman's
work, mechanical department and art de
The appointment of Prof. Porter and Prof.
Winchell was made iv pursuance of the fol
lowing resolutions adopted by the board of
regents of the state university at their meet
ing Thursday morning last.
Jiesalvcd. That for the purpose of a proper
representation of the University of Minneso
ta at the World's Industrial and Cotton
Centennial exposition at Xew Orleans, com
mencing in December 18S4, Prof. N. 11.
Winchejl, state geologist, be authorized to
make suitable collections illustrating the
geologte mineralogy, flora and fauna of
Miune ■ and display the same in
.such v- manner as may be in
harmony with the general plan of
the exposition, provided that estimates of
the expense of such collections shall be first
made and presented to the executive com
mittee of the board of regents, and be ap
proved by them before the work shall be
Besolved, That in accordance with the re
quest of the state board of collective exhibits
for the World's Industrial and Cotton Cen
tennial exposition,communicated to the board
of regents under the date of May, ISB4, Prof.
Edward D. Porter be permitted to accept the
general superintency of the department of
agriculture in th" collective exhibits of the
state at said exposition, and that he be au
thorized to place therein collections repre
senting the college of agriculture and the
experimental farm uuder his charge; it being
understood that no part of the expense
of his department be chargeable to
the university funds except that
belonging to the college of agriculture and
the experimental farm, estimates of which
shall be first presented to the executive com
mittee and be approved by them as in the
case of exhibits assigned to Prof. Winchell.
The state board of collective exhibits con
sists of Governor Hubburd as president;
Oliver (iilil)s, Jr., U. S. commissioner, Lake
City, secretary; aud Col. Samuel E.
Adams, 254 First avenue S. Minneapolis,
All citizens of the state are invited to
communicate freely with the secretary or
members of the board and offer suggestions
for the success of the proposed exhibits of
Minnesota attractions and resources.
An adjourned meeting of the board is to
be held at the capitol on Friday afternoon,
June 18, at 2 o'clock, at which the superin
tendents of departments will be invited to be
present and present plans for their collec
tions and displays for consultation with the
Cause ot Failure.
Wnnt of confidence accounts for hulf of the
business failures of to-day. A. 15. Wilkes, B.
and E. Ziininormimn and E. Stierle,the druggists,
are not liable to fail tor want of confidence in Dr.
Bosanko'fl Cough and Lung Syrup. He gives
away a bottle free to all who
are suffering with coughs, colds,
asthma, consumption, and all affections oj
the throat anil lungs.
Hold Fast to the Fire Limits.
At the last meeting of the city council Mr.
Samoa] Mayall asked to be allowed to re
build two small, cheap, frame buildings, ou
Jackson street, near Seventh, that have been
partially destroyed by tire. Aid. Johnson on
that occasion spoke generally against the
policy of allowing such requests, aud stated
that Mr. Mayall had applied to him as build
ing inspector, to be allowed to rebuild them,
and he had refused to allow him to do so.
These buildings are located upon one of the
the most frequented thoroughfares of the city
where there is a large amount of valuable
property. To allow the rebuilding of these
frame structures is to endanger
the safety of thousands of dollars' worth of
of property. Besides this, if these two frame
buildings ou Jackson street are to be rebuilt
there can be no reason urged why any one
else iv the lire limits having similar build
ings should not be allowed to rebuild them.
Then what becomes of the fire ordinance
about which there has been so much sai d,
and iv regard to which there has been such a
demand that it should be maintained! No
good reason can be urged why such struc
tures should be allowed to be restored, while
every consideration demands that such re
quests should be refused with fixed and set
tied determination. It is understood
that an effort will be made
In the conneil to-night to authorize Mr. May
all to reconstruct these frame buildings. It
would be very unwise indeed toallowthis to
be done. The public has interests in this
matter that an- far more important than the
income from the renting of these buildings
can be to Mr. Mayall, and the members of
the council have duties to perform in this
matter that ought not to be made to surren
der to private interests or personal appeals.
Stand by the ordinance. Xo surrender.
Care* of Life.
As we come to them they are received, borne
with and passed over with no more than a
thought, if we are in the enjoyment of health,
but if Bufiering with piles or skin diseases ot
any kind they maynify a hundred fold. A. R.
Wiitcs, C. & E. Zimmerman, and E. Stierle, the
duggists. Lave Dr. Bosanko's Pile Remedy, an
absolute cure. Sold at 50 cents.
The Messiah Last Evening 1.
The repetition of the oratorio of the Mes
siah by the St. Paul Choral society under the
unequaled directorship of Signor A. Jan
natta at Market hall, though but sparsely at
tended, was nevertheless a grand musical
triumph of our own city's musical talent.
The solos were given with even more clear
ness, sweetness, pathos and power than at
the first rendering.
The orchestra was just simply Orpheus
like, while that immense chorus of 250 male
andfemale voices as they murmured as soft
ly as the passing summer wind and rose into
the mighty heights of song praise as obedi
ent to the little baton of Janotta as a swift
gliding ship to a master hand at the helm,
were sixnplv grand. Throughout, both lime
THE ST." PAUL DAILY GLOBE. TUESDAY MORMKHGr,JTOET3, 1884.
and execution were as ■ near human per
fectness 'as human perfeetuess generally
attains, and all who were present while thor- I
oughly tilled with the rich musical report
themselves were thoroughly out of patience,
that while such rare musical attainments
were lavishly displayed that the correspond
ing appreciative music-loving audience were
not there which should have filled every
inch of space in the spacious edifice.
Postal Card Correspondence.
■To the Editor of the Globe :
St. Paul, June 2. ■
Replying to the challenge of Messrs. Tyler
and LaDow, I desire to say that I will meet
either or both of these gentlemen at No. 374
Minnesota street, at '3 o'clock this afternoon
(Jnne third), to sign articles of agreement
and fix the place of meeting. Tim stakes
will also be ready uud I mean business.
* Wm. 11. Butt.
Sir. and Mrs. Oeorue 8. Knight. ■
■ The St. Paul stage has seldom been graced
by as bright and versatile specialty stars as
those which shone in the theatrical firma
ment last night in. the persons of Mr. and
Mrs. Geo. S. Knight. . The engagement of
these clever people opened at the Grand last
night, the attraction being Fred. Marsden's
comedy of "Otto," a play which gives full
scope to the peculiar talent of Mr. Knight,
who appears in the title role,and his sprightly
wife. The audience was quite large, and
the constant ripple of laughter at
tested the fact that the enter
tainment was fully appreciated.
Mr. Knight is a rare comedian in his way
and his eccentricities as a specia lity artist in
illustrating certain phases of German life are
unexcelled. His quaint dialect, odd witti
ciems and funny sayings are simply unap
proachable and he is the life and essence of
the play. Mrs. Knight appeared as Lizette,
and she captivated the audience by her ' arch
manners and thoroughly artistic and finished
style, The "support is very good indeed;
it embraces , the best impersonation
of . a . . dude that has ever
been given in this city, and in this respect
Mr. Long is entitled to walk oil with the tidy.
There is something like a plot and a vein
of genuine romance in the play, to say noth
ing of its vocal musical attractions.
This evening Baron Rudolph, Mr. Knight's
strongest character, will be given.
•.. The Doctor of Alcantara.
Among the musical attractions of the
week, if not the event of the season in ama
teur circles per is the appearance of the
Criterion Opera company at the High School
hall, commencing next Thursday evening,
in "The Doctor of Alcantara," a comic op
era famous for its melodious score and ludi
crous situations. The opera is replete with
harmony and comic situations, and it will
be presented by the best musical talent in
St. Paul. The mounting will be superb and
the indications point to a successful rendi
tion. The price of admission has been placed
at fifty cents, and the popular'rates, together
with the high order of entertainment,
should insure large audiences. -
Orpheus anil Eurydice.
The cast of "Orpheus and Eurydice," as
produced by the Bijou Opera Bouffe com
pany, embraces thirty-four persons, many of
them well-known comic opera favorites and
recognized beauties. These are backed by a
cloud of nymphs, goddesses, satyrs, muses,
graces, etc., making altogether an ensemble
of nearly seventy persons. The company
open at the. Grand Monday night, and the
sale of reserved seats begins on Saturday
Manager Scott, of the Grand Opera house,
left on Sunday for New York, to be absent
several weeks. During his absence the
Opera house.will be conducted by Assistant
Manager Mrs. Haines, under whose accom
plished supervision, good entertainments,
large audiences and complete satisfaction
Death of Justice Worden.
Fort Wayne, Ind., June 2.—Hon. James
L. Worden; judge of the superior court at
Fort Wayne, died to-night after an illness of
three weeks. His age was sixty-five years.
Hs was judge of the supreme court for nine
teen years and was regarded as the ablest
lawyer that had ever graced the bench. His
mind was eminently judicial, and terse, com
pact and energetic style gave to his opinions
value rarely equalled.
DOCTOR OF ALCANTARA,
HIGH SCHOOL HALL,
Thursday and Friday Evenings and Saturday
Matinee by the Criterion Concert company.
Tickets 50c.' Matinee 25 cents.
Dr. Stamm has removed his office to Nob. 75
and 77 West Third street, up stairs, one door
above Carl Simon's Metropolitan Drug store,
Ftrst Grand Concert
By the full Great Western Band, at Grote's Tivo
DOCTOR OF ALCANTARA,
HIGH SCHOOL HALL,
Thursday and Friday Evenings, and Saturday
Matinee by the Criterion Concert company.
Tickets 50c. Matinee 25c.
Souerwein's Sample Room. ■■"■'■'
The many railroad, political and social friends
of Mr. John Souerwein, for several years an hon
ored and efficient employe of the Manitoba Rail
way company, will be pleased to learn that he has
become established in business for himself, bar
ing opened a neat sample room in the building,
corner of Courtlaud and Jenks streets, in that
agreeable portion of the delightful valley of
Trout Brook, known as "Cecilia," and now
rapidly filling up with improvements. The build
ing together with the lots immediately adjacent
to it are the property of Mr. Sonerweln, and en
joy the aucet-tral honor of having been selected
as the first homestead on the north of Miunehaha
street by the lion. Edmund Bice, senior, as a
neighbor to his own baronial residence, on the
east side of the valley, and which will constitute
the site of the new Union depot about to be erect
ed by a syndicate of roads, at the head of which
is the Northern Pacific. Mr, Souerwein conducts
his popular resort in a first-class manner; his ge
nial temper and that of his assistants is winning
him and them hosts of friends; mid the public
may rest assured that they will dispense nothing
but the pnrest beer, wines and liquors, while his
stock of cigars is of choice brands. I A free lunch
is let daily, to which all his friends have a co
Besley's Waukegan ale and porter,at 106 West
Third street, 11. Orlemann, agent.
The Xational Art Association of Philadelphia,
will open for exhibition a fine collection of oil
paintings, at IB East Third street, this afternoon
at 3 o'clock. The association was organized in
Philadelphia to assist artists in the disposal of
their works. This collection contains landscapes,
marine views, portraits and water colors, and will
be sold at auction commencing to-morrow, Wed
nesday, at 10 a. m.
DOCTOR OF ALCANTARA,
" HIGH SCHOOL HALL,
Thursday and Friday Evenings, and Saturday
Matinee by the Criterion Concert company.
. Tickets 50c. • Matinee 25c.
Great Reduction iv the Price of Fuel.
The Northwestern Fuel company have reduced
the price of coal, and are now offering best
quality of Scranton coal for present delivery and
cash as follows: - ■• c;~"; -
Grate and Egg at $8.50, delivered.
Store and Nut at 88.75, delivered.
And all grades of Bituminous Coal at propor
tionately low prices.
A stated convocation of Minnesota R.\ A.-.
C,-. No. 1, will be held at Masonic Hall, on this
Tuesday Evening, June 2, at ~y % o'clock. Elec
tion of officers and general business.
By order of the 11.-. P.-.,
- J. C. Te».t. Secretary.
First Grand Concert
By the full Great Western Bud, at Grote's Tivo
li, to-night. - -
COMIC OPERA. •
DOCTOR OF ALCANTARA,
" HIGH SCHOOL HALL,
Thursday and Friday Evenings, . and Saturday
Matinee by the Criterion Concert company.
Tickets 50c. Matinee 25c.
■ Anheuser Bosch; Export beer, at 106 West
Third street, H. Orlemum, sjeat. .
A SHOOTING SCRAP.
A Drunken Swede Refuses to Obey
Orders and is Shot iv the Foot.
There was a shooting scrap out on east
Seventh street near the viaduct, about 7:30
o'clock last evening, which fortunately re-
Bulted in but little bloodseed and it is hoped
but little Injury, although the upshot might
have proved very serious.
About the hoar named a drunken Swede
named John Schultce approached Patrick
Lynch, the watchman on the viaduct, and as
nearly as could be ascertained, without prov
ocation, he commenced to abuse him. Lynch
stood the tirade of abuse as long as ho could
when he ordered the man oil the works.
Schultze refused to go when a scuffle ensued,
during which Lynch drew his revolver and
iired, the charge taking effect iv the left foot
of Schultze near the ankle.
Lynch was put under arrest and the patrol
wagon was called aud he was taken into cus
tody and locked up. In the meantime the
wounded man hobbled home, his wound not
being considered dangerous. Lj'tich has
been in the employ of O'Brien, the con
tractor, and he has hitherto borne the best of
reputations. Bail was refused him last night
and the case will be investigated this morn
PREXDERGAST—Miss Ellen Prundersrast, at
the residence of James Troddun, No. ltfu Star
Funeral from St. Michael's churcb, West Saint
Paul, Wednesday, June 4, 1884, at 9 a. iv.
FAHEY—At bis residence corner of Whital and
Clark streets, June S, 18«4, Thojnas Fahcy,
aged 55 years. :
Notice of funeral Wednesday morning.
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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 Baiung Powjueii Co., 19ti Wall
street, Xew York.
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. LIBBIE CONGER S 1
Jas. Corbett, Master; Alex. llavlx, Clerk,
Leaves St. Paul, Wednesday June 4, at 9 a.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, 16 Washington avenue
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D. R. Asburt, Master. N. G. Rhodes, Clerk.
Leaves St. Paul, '
On Tuesday, June 3d, at 10 a. m.
Through tickets by river and rail for sale to all
points East and South.
A. DELANT, Agent.; '
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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 Ageni for St. Paul, Minn.
BOARD OF WATEI^ COMMISSIONERS, )
Engineer's Office. 23 East Finn St., - >
St. Paul, Mix*-., May 27th, 1884. J !
Proposals will be received at the office of the
Board of Water Commissioners; 23 East Fifth
street, until 12 m. Tuesday, June 3d, for building
Foundations for Engine House,
Engines, Boilers, and Stack.
The whole work will be let in one'eontract.
A bond of 20 per cent, of the amount bid mutt
accompany each proposal. ■
A form of bid will be furnished on application
at office of Engineer of Board.
The Board reserves the right to reject any and
all bids. . ■ . :
L. W. RUNDLETT, :
Engineer Board of Water Commissioners. ;
A sure cure for Blind, Bleeding, Itching and
Ulcerated Piles, has been discovered by Dr. Wil
liam, (an Indian remedy) called Dr. WILLIAM"*
INDIAN OINTMENT. A single box lias cured
the worst chronic cases of 25 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 4rivate parts, and for nothing else. For
sale by all druggists, and mailed on receipt of
price, 81. - NOTES BROS. & CUTLEEiWholesale
. Agent, St. Paul, Minn. - - «■ . ■ ■ -
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that of A. D. llasl'.tt, southwest corner Western
and Holly avenue. A beautiful corner lot, 50
feet by 175 feet, with a commodious, well-built
house. Must be eo'.d this month.
The property on Dayton avenue occupied by
Mr. A. (}. Foster, 80 feet by 233 feet, running
through to Selby avenue. The Dayton avenue
front lias a good house upon' it, and will be sold
: Lots in Wright's addition Will be enhanced 25
percent, in value, by the widening of Summit
avenue to 200 feet. This boulevard is now an
assured fact. I-,.. '
The prettiest lots imaginable, in Lockwood's
Addition for sale on monthly payments. They
are low-priced, just the thing for men of mode
One or two Macnlestcr Park shares represent
ing 5 acres each, for sale at prices making them
the cheapest things between the cities.
- Homes in Holcombe's Addition for clerks and
salaried men, for small cash payment and month
ly installments thereafter.
Come in and cast your ballot for one of the
above, at our ■ real estate convention, southwest
corner Jackson aud Fifth streets. '
Cotton & Newport
GRISWOLD & TEEPLE,
Real Estate & Loan Brokers,
NO. £3 EAST THOU) STREET.
St. Paul. ■ • - -- Minn.
WM. G. ROBERTSON,
. ' AND. - '..'■. ;"
(Successor to D. A. Robertson & Co., the oldest
real estate agency in Minnesota.)
Ho. 7 McQuillan Bloc., cor. »& Waliasliaw.
- (Established In 1872,)
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
Corner Third _ Robert streets, (in Savings Bank,)
ST. PAUL, MINN.
Buys, Sells, Collects, Pays Taxes, Negotiates
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
MANNHEIMER BLOCK. • - ROOM 11,
St. Paul, • -■- - Minn.
MUSIC ROOMS 102 WESTERN AVENUE,
Head of Ashland Avenue, St. Anthony Hill,
PMO, ORGAN AND HARMONY
THOROUGH INSTRUCTION GUARANTEED.
References: Miss Marie Geist, Principal of
Musical Conservatory, No. 127 West Third street,
St. Paul: also on personal application, reference
to the numerous families whose daughters she
has taught and is now teacu.ng will be given.
Also, Agent for "Brainard's Musical World,'
the oldest and best musical journal published.
Subscription 51.50 per annum. ■;.. >'..
'■ BRISBIN & FARWELL,
:...;.... ROOM 6,
: Corner of Wabashaw and Fourth streets.
Over Express Office. ' 3
IN NEW QUARTERS.
: Is settled in his elegant New Store
Corner Nina M j Saint Peter streets.
Where can be found the finest and best of Drugs,
Perfumery, Toilet Articles, Patent Medicines,
etc. Also, all kinds of Garden and Flower Seeds
in their season. ■
DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS.
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The Leading ST. PAUL Manufactory of
SASH, DOORS, BLINDS, Ac,
Have in Stock
100,000 feet of DRY WHITE OAK FLOORING.
.-";.' ' ALSO,
Yellow Pine Flooring and Hardwood Lumber.
_ag_k street and seven CORNERS
~~~ ■. FUEL" DEALERS"
Great Belch ii §T
griggs & mm,
41 East Third Street.
Established in 1864
Egg, Grate 88.50 per ton.
Stove, Xut....................... 8.75 per ton.
• Other kinds in proportion. Dry Pine Slabs $3.50
■-■: gf~Orders can be left with Jellett _ Co., cor
ner Seventh and Wacouta.
Theatrical ana McicnTiDPQflp
liluallluoi uilu ilLduiiuol allu
1 10 West Third street, St. PauL
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, tableau &c. ' '
Masks at wholesale. .'; ■ ' - "';.'■".
' Country parties, send for list and prices.
}■ 7.; X P^J.GIESEN.
FIVE CENTS A LINE
. SITUATIONS WANTED.
WANTED— A situation by middle aged lady,
as housekeeper or cook. - Country-' pre
ferred. Address M, Globe office. . 155-181
WANTED — a lady of experience, a . posi
tion us lady's miri-e. Best of references.
Apply at No. 304 East Seventh street, room 4,
third floor.; • 153-150
WANTED by a young man, a situation in a
private family as coachman. Address A.
14, Globe office. ' 149-55
WANTED— as . book-keeper corre
spondent, by a young man. Five years.
B. 7, Globe office. 149-55
WANTED A position by a young man as
1 traveling salesman. Four years experi
ence. Address O. G., this office. 149-55
WANTED Canvassers to Bell a patented nov
elty on good commission; just out. Apply
281 Williams street. 155-158 |
WANTED— or gentlemen in city or
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
Mau'f'g Co., Philadelphia, Pa. . tu,th,sat*sulm
WANTED —A competent girl as laundress.
Sirs. F. B. Clarke, :>36 Summit avenue. ■ i
WANTED— girl for general housework, at
168 Summit avenue. , ,155-161
tZ(\ GIRLS wanted to make overalls and duck
*J\J clothing, immediately. Steady work and
good wages. Steam power machines and every
thing convenient. . Also 100 women to make
pants at home—experienced hands preferred.
Guitcrman Bros., 875 and 377 Sibley street.
: 153-155 • . ■
WANTED— A girl not less than 15 years old.
One in need of a good home, in a small
private family, 323 Grove street. 152-57
WANTED— Wet nurse, apply No. COl Day
ton avenue. 153-159
W 'ANTED— competent girl for general
T V housework. Apply at once, from 9to 11,
at 887 Iglehart street. . : 145*
WANTED— A girl for general housework in a
small family, at 655 Division street, St.
Anthony hill. . 134*
W ANTED— smart boys about 16,- to
work in mattress factory, northwest cor
ner Robert and Fifth, second floor. 152-58
WANTED —Ten practical bricklayers. Arjply
to D. Feeley, cor. Wabashaw and Ninth
FOR KENT. ~
FOR RENT— No. 489 West Seventh
street. Inquire at 255 West Seventh. -155-57
FOR RENT—The second story of the new
-I- elegant Weed block (now in course of
erection).. Ready Angust Ist. Will rent with
or without power for manufacturing purposes,
or will have it fitted into offices or rooms to suit.
Apply at once to Wolterstorff & Moritz. 160
T7IOR RENT— store building 1048 and 1050
JLJ West Seventh street. Inquire No. 307 Ro
bert street. ■;'.:- . ". 149*
Bournes . . .
FURNISHED house to rent for the summer.
Location central. Myers & Finch, jewelers,
Bridge square. • ■ . 153-159.
FOR RENT—House No. 182 Summit avenue.
Apply to J. D. O'Brien, Gilfillan block.
153 ; •;?;• .. .
FOR RENT— story brick building just
completed. West Seventh street, near
Short line crossing, containing stores on ground
floor, eighteen rooms above. Suitable for hotel
or boarding house. Owner will rent whole build
ing or stores separately, and rooms en suite,
Middieton & Dougau, East Third street, opposite
Merchants hotel. 148*
FURNISHED HOUSE to rent for the summer,
377 Washington street near park.' F. M.
Finch. - ' 143*
FOR RENT—A cottage with four rooms,
J- Pantry and closets, good water and every
convenience. Apply to J. C. ■ McCarthy, Sixth
ward. j, ' 270*
TO RENT—House of six rooms on Ohio
street. Inquire of P. R. McDonnell, grocer,
comer George and Ohio streets. Sixth ward. V 3
"' '■ ' .-'■ 'V .r ;- 175*
FOR SALE— fine young marc, seven years
JD old, with a pedigree and a record of 2:50;
also, one first-class driving horse suitable for la
dies or children; one gray horse, a nice family
driver; a set of double harness. The owner
leaves the city and the above will be sold .at a
bargain. S. B. Simon, red barn back of drag
store, Seventh and Broadway streets. 155*
MULES FOR SALE— arrived from Mon
tana, 20 head of Gallatin Valley bred
Mules, from 15 to 16 hands high,' young, strong,
sound, and as fine a lot as ever was offered at
these yards. For sale by Cunningham & Haas.
On view at the Transfer Stock Yards. 151*
ECOND-HAND BILLIARD AND POOL TA
bles—A large supply, some nearly new, at
big bargains. Call at 290 and 292 Jackson street.
The Brunswick Balke Collander Co. A. J. Bells,
Manager. i 145* '
TTIOR SALE OR EXCHANGE—A choice farm,
JJ fully improved and located one mile from a
good town, and will sell cheap. Farwell — Co..
Third and Jackson streets.
MISCELLANEOUS REAX, ESTATE.
$1,500, will buy one of the best farms in Grant
county, with house of 8 rooms, house alone
cost $1,200, only one mile from the county seat,
10 acres of the handsomest giove of trees in the
state, this property must be sold in the next 10
days. Fauwell & Co., Third and Jackson.
FOE SALE— following desirable lots: lots
corner of Pleasant avenue and Sixth street,
2 lots on Rice street, between Iglehart and 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, 343 Exchange street, city. 223*
on furniture, pianos, in residence without re
moval. Also on life insurance policies, horses,
wagons, and all other collateral security, at low
est rates. E. &F. Peters, 283 Sibley street, op
posite Union depot. " . 300*
ACKEY'S LOAN OFFICE— bought,
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
LOANS on Life Ins. Policies. L. P. Van
Norman, No. 245. Ist Aye. S. Minneapolis.
; ' I LAW TON BROS.
ESIDENCES— Cherokee avenue, Concord
iV and George streets and elsewhere on terms.
Houses and lots in every locality. 175 Dakota
"\TACANT LOTS—In every and all localities on
V the West side for cash and on terms. Choice
lots on Monthly payments. 153-159
WANTED to buy a horse and delivery wagon
in * good condition. Must be cheap.
State price. Address H. P. 116, Globe office.
" . . 149
STOVES STORED away for the season.
Called for and put up again in the fall. Call
or address Joseph Hang, 309 West Seventh street.
Mount Saint Joseph's
For the Etation of YonnrLa_es
DUBUQUE, IOWA. .
Parents desirous of placing thoir daughters in
a first class school, will do well to investigate
the claims of tuis 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
van tags 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 toSISTEB SUP-8108..,.- 8544 -
-■ ■ J__ CLOTHIEB3.. ■
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 lean?
■ the prices which we guarantee to be the lowest in the Northwest
A complete and elegant stock of
Best Materials, Newest Styles, Guaranteed Pits
and Lowest Prices !
91 and 153 East Third street, St. Paul, Minn
" ..' ',':':":"-■ '-.'.'■.;.' '/jewelry.-' V.''
Fine Silver Ware & Clocts,
2S-pr cent, less than RettnlarPricßs,
I —-- : .
Cor. Third and Franklin streets.
; . /"';; BOOTS ANT) SHOES
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II SI VI '111 11/14 ' 4fHV
lie lit ftvllLlfill.
Soots ii M, JM
, Sew Stj'les Daily Received. J^^^^^
331 Waktar street coUl^^^T^
■::• . /..'-:/ MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. '. " ' : .-
Acknowledged by Artists the Best iii the World. .
tetiSZ&^SSSS^™'^"*-'™** can compete with them
that f Jh«n of tb* Weber Piano is so sweet, rich and sympathetic, yet so fall,
£% alWaySraD|£ uasthe greatest manufacturer of the day.-Emiua
S. VL eiebfin^. an eXCCI ■" °therS iD TOlUme Of tone and In Power of expression.
mJAbbott 6 n° PlanoS iD the °rld that SUStain tiie Toice like the Weber.-Em-
E. O. MUNaEE, Aeent, St. Paul.
;", ' ; SEND FOB CATALOGUES. [. ,',
I FINE TAXLORHsTG.
DUIf 1!! jfii ftAPDV 30EastTliirdstreet,
ifUllVflil Ci DMtlli, St. Pan!, Minn.
58 East Third Street.
tS^Tho latest styles of Imported Goods always on hand. Perfect fits guaranteed.
1 /-y ' ' TANNEBS. :" ':*
|| James McMillan <& Co.,
■:•■■•' \ Proprietors of the
MINNNEAPOLIS SHEEPSKIN TANNERY
:• ___ AND DKALEB3 IN - "*\W?.i i '
.. HIDES, SHEEP PELTS, WOOL AND PUKS
hipment. solicited. Write for drears. 10 Ft"t A™Ua° MDfHII^OUS- BlNir.
■ ■•■ I'- BOOT AHD BHOa DIALXBS. •
BCHLIEK & CO..
«H WO. 89 EAST THIRD STREET,
®yafiamsn Boots Sloes.
J3lW^^^^^. St. Paul Agency for BUST'S, GRAY'S,
is^P^fclM3i^ BEOLD'S, and Many Others.
y ~^*l^iS2Bs££%f/jgo 13?" Mail orders promptly filled. '■'.'•
BUSINESS COLLEGE. \
AND TELEGRAPHIb INSTITUTE
Hag long iisee establiebed its. claim to public favor and has now entered upon Its 15 th year under
the mo»t favorable auspices. Sena for catalogue, giving fnil particulars, -Northwest cor. Seventh
and Jackson streets. ;;•"*■ .. • • . .
: .: W. A. FADDIS. PrinoipaU
..;....; .... .. BTANDAKD SCALES. •
";: FAIBfiANKS' STANDAED SCALES!'
Eclipse Wind Mills. Tanks and Pumps,
; Smith-Vaile Steam Pumps and Boilers, ■ :} : :0 :
■■ ...■ Hancock Inspirators, Lubricatord, eto
FAffiBIMKS, MORSE & CO., - 371 & 373 Sil)ley"street
>. : ' ... . WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS.
YJSS, BEOS. & OUTIIEK,
IMPORTERS ID WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS.
68 and 70 Sibley street, corner Fifth, St. Paul, Minn.