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THE CITY.
CITY GLOBULES.
Chief Black is on a flying trip to his old
home at Milwaukee. "
Patrick Egan and Amelia Oleson will be
examined on charge of insanity at the pro-
bate court this afternoon.
. The police have their eye out, for persons
swimming in Rice pond, complaint having
been made of unseemly bathing in its
waters.
T. Greely was given a verdict in the dis
trict court yesterday of $275 against. the St.
Paul, Minneapolis & Manitoba railroad for
mulling over and killing his horse.
A chap named Maynard was arrested on
Sibley street yesterday afternoon with a gray-
overcoat which he had stolen. - It had on it
the name of the maker, "McGrath, tailor."
. A tine crayon portrait of. Hon. George P.
Wilson,, attorney general of this state for
six years, was placed in the attorney gen-
eral's department at the capitol yesterday, i
The city treasurer disbursed $65,000 yester-
day to the contractors on the several grading
and sewering improvements. Of this sura
$6,800 was for the Seventh street improve-
ment. ■ .
.Michael Roche was elected president of
the Father Mathew Temperance society of
Ramsey county, at the meeting of the Total
Abstinence convention in Minneapolis. By"
some error his name was omitted from the
list of count}- presidents.
John Grady, the owner of lot 7, block 1.
Burs subdivision of Collins' outlots, located
on Western avenue, was the first property
owner to pay his assessment for the Seventh
street improvement, he having stepped into
the city treasurer's office yesterday and taken'
his receipt iv full.
The suit oj Electa L. Nichols against the
city for $2,000 damages to her person by
falling through a scuttle hole on the corner
of l-'ouith and St."Peter streets, came to a
sudden halt in mid-trial yesterday in the dis
trict court, by the granting of the motion of
the city attorney to dismiss the case.
The suits of Charles A. Prescott against W.
]'. Murray, and of the same against Officer
Thomas C. Kncally and others, resulting
from entering upon the former's land in the
Sixth ward for street improvements, were
continued in the district court yesterday by
mutual consent of both parties.
The wife of Frank Kranz, living on the
eornerof Seventh and Jackson, ran away
on Wednesday in company with a young
man about twenty years of age, but it was
not until yesterday that her husband discov
ered that she bad taken $800 of his money
with her in her flight.
Daniel O'Keefe, of Rockford, 111., brother
of Officer O'Keefe, of the St. Paul police
force, returned home from a prospecting
visit to this state on Thursday. Having
found 160 acres of laud at St. Johns, Minn.,
all but twenty-live acres ol which is finely
timbered, he purchased the same for $2,500,
ami will return and become a Minncsotian
next fall. ■■..\T;.-.."
A serious accident occurred yes-
terday at a building being erected by Napo
leon Gaunthier on Susan street, Sixth ward. A
scaffolding fell carrying down two workmen,
named John Ganntheir and Frank Hart.
Gaunthier had an arm broken and was other-
wise injure 1. and Hart was seriously injured
in the back and internally.
H. P. Ernst and Lena Krentt, held ovor to
the grand jury for the crime of adultery, at
the municipal court yesterday and placed in
tin- county jail, secured bail in the sum of
$1,000 each last evening. The prosecution
is thought to have been instigated by the re- ,
latives of Ernst instead of being the result ol
the injured feelings ofthe woman's husbaud,
whom she affirms deserted her after a few'
weeks of married life. ':' '■.■■■ »'X-
n the court column of the second page of
the Globe to-day will be found an abstract
of a complaint filed in the district court yes-
terdas by property owners on Pleasant avenue
asking judgment and injunction against the
St. I .ml Street Railway company. The com-
plaint is worded in language which conveys
the impression that the suit is to be a test
one, in which the entire frontage of the
street takes a hand, and is at the back.
The lost girl, Mattie Hayes, was found by
her uncle yesterday in the boarding house of
on c McManus, 420 East Seventh street, where ]
she had hired out to do house work. She :
gives as a reason of her mysterious departure '
from her uncle's house that she didn't want '
to go back to Bloomington. Ind., again, and
wanted 'to support herself here. She will,
however, be sent back home to-day.
Madisox, Wisconsin— Democrat of
this place says: A young man getting mad
over his raging tooth, last night, rushed off
tor a drug store, applied St. Jacobs Oil, and
in ten minutes the toothache was gone.
PERSONALS.
Col. Dexter Curtiss-, of "Bass Collar," re-
siding at Madison, Wis., is visiting St. Paul.
R. C. Judson, secretary.of the State Agri-
cultural society, was in the city yesterday."
Mrs. Geo. L. Nichols, of Fergus Falls, is
visiting Samuel 11. Nichols and family, of
this city. :.."•';, "
Justice Samuel F. Miller, wife, daughter
and grand daughter, are at Hotel Lafayette,
Minnetonka beach.
Joseph Oppenheim, Esq., left for New
York last evening. It is a - flying business
trip of one week preparatory to his final de-
parture from St. Paul.
The question of the constitutionality of
the insolvency law will be heard . before the
full bench to-day, viz: Justice-Miller and
Judges Brewtef Nelson. -. "7.-7
A. 11. ' Lord, of Fergus Falls, passed the
day, on Thursday, in this city with friends
on his return trip from a visit to New Eng-
land, and left for home that night. 3
Liberty Hall, of the Glencoe Register,passed
through St. Paul yestcrdav, en route home
from the Chicago convention, ne almost
concluded to remain and attend the next |
convention which will nominate the presi-
dent.
M. S. Chandler, Esq., surveyor general of
Minnesota, left for Washington Thursday '
having been called there by the serious ill-
ness of his brother, John Chandler, formerly
of Goodhue county. 7 .:._.;_„ . -_■•';
AT CniCAGO.
[Special Telegram to the Globe.]
S A. B. Stickuey and. A. B. Sample" of St
Paul, arc stopping at the Grand Pacific.
A. D. Ellsworth, Minneapolis, and Mrs
Eugene Shaw and E. C. French, Eau Claire'
are at the Tremont. '
Rev. Geo. S. Garrett, of St. Paul, is at the I
Sherman. . ;"^'?. .._'■.-
"A in. C. -Reutschler, Fargo, and A. P.
Rcsseer and wife, Winona, are guests at the 1
Sherman. . 1
W. A. Armstrong, St. Paul, is at the '
Palmer.
Xorthwe.teriurs at the Palmer: Alex.
Steinberg, W. A. Hardenberg. St. Paul- Dr
A. A. Camp and J. AY. Johnson and wife' c
Minneapolis: S. D. lluste.l, Chippewa Falls: <
Mrs. \\ A. Ingham, Eyota, R. S. Ford and .
family, Montana.
' • a
Amusements. ' .
Amusements. *
Mattie Vickers played to a very fair house
.ast evening, which, appearance filled her 1
present engagement at the Grand. , ' '•
Haverly's Comedy comedy will open at the
Grand next Thursday for the balance of .the "
week in the splitting comedy "Our "
Strategists, *.'_ which the Philadelphia Times -
■says is the purest and most enjoyable per-
formance of the character ever produced. I
Manager ■ Scott, of the - Grand, returns J
home for his New York trip the last of next
week. * . I :;;*-.. ■«.-'
- to Gen. Gordon Killed.
Loxdox, June 20.— the Commons to- ,
day the under foreign secretary stated that
the last news from General Gordon was of the ]
date of April 12. He said that twenty mes
sengers had been sent to General Gordon by
diflerent routes. One messenger who' went
lip .. the _ Nile .by boat, succeeded in entering J \
Khartoum. .On his return, bearing Genera) |
Gordon's answer to the government messer,.
jer, he was pursued by the rebels and kj^ed. ■
* I.OCAI_ MENTION. ;7
The Ohio Central Barge and Coal Co. have re-
moved their offlce from ,32? Jackson street to 167
East Fourth- street, first door from corner of
Jackson, in the. Davidson building, where . they
will be pleased to I see | their • old . customers, and
such new ones as _ may favor • them with their
trade. A lull stock of hard and soft coal,' and all
kinds of wood constantly on, hand at lowest
prices. Special attention given to prompt delive
ry of all orders. ..... - ... ....
White Bear Lake—Sunday trains leave Union
Depot 10:05 a. in., 12:40, 2:15, 6:05, 7:15, 9:00
p m. Returning, lqave the lake 7:10, 8:25 a. m.,
12:15,6:10,7:50, 10:00 p.m. . Tickets round
trip 50 cents. - . ■ . . , ■ _-,_ :*"
. It is ah indisputable fact that there are many
articles now in the market . having an extensive
sale, which are used for culinary purposes, that
contain substances which are injurious to health.
Baking powders, containing j terra alba, marble
dust, . alum, ammonia, etc. Dr. Price's Cream
Baking Powder is. known to be pure and whole-
some. -.- ■•;-•';'"->;.•,■'-.
Grand concert and hop by the ..full First Regi
ment bund at Bauholzer's park every Saturday
evening,' weather permitting. "'
Altoona, .Vis., June 5, 1884— S. Blackford,
Proprietor of Dr. Hall-day's Blood Purifier and
other remedies: ' Sir 1 Received'your letter and
the Blood Purifier, which 1 was in need of very
much. It is the best medicine iv the world. I
am feeling better than I ever did in my life, and
am getting so fat I don't know myself. I will
be in St. Paul next week, and if you want to
refer any one to me, tell them to call on or write;
me at the Omaha Railroad shops. My business
is painter. Yours Respt., 7 J. LeClaiue.
A Strawberry ..' festival, giveii by • the Ladies'
Hebrew Benevolent society, j will be held at the
vestry rooms of the temple, corner Tenth and
Minnesota streets, Sunday evening, June 22, for
the benefit of the poor. • All aro cordially invited
to attend. „..,:•" ._> ,; ;'-...; , .: '£*_■ '•■;.■',
.-'■- '"'•' ■"• '}} DIED. '
WIEMANN— this city, Friday, June 20th, at
8 a. m.; Theodore Wiemann, aged 52 years.
Funeral Monday' at 8:30 a. m. from the
Assumption church. ': '.'•'■ • ■ /' : '_'. ,'*!*■
»—»—»——■——■—«^—
■ ■■■■'•.'■ -U._>»\\H'.-..T'A _„„ ..,
Absolutely Pure.
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies. A marval of purity
strength and wholesomeness. More economical
than the ordinary kinds, and - cannot be sold in
competition with the,multitudes of low test, short
weight, alum or phosphate powders. Sold only
in cans. Royal '■ Baking Powdeb Co., 106 Wall
street. New York. '•■.. • =.'
A i\,': STEAMERS. . *
"STEMBOiT EX-HSIOi.
. - DAILY TO THE
Stale Camp Meeting,
State^ Camp Meeting,
" AT : '■
RED ROOK PARK.
The LONGFELLOW and' the new steamer
LUELLA, will leave their lauding at the foot of
Jackson street, at 8 and 10 o'clock a. m., and at
2 and 4 o'clock p.m., commencing. Thursday,
June 19th.. . ';__" 7 ST. P. N. CO.
DIAMOND Ji LINE: STEAMERS"
For Winona, La Crosse,' Dubuque, Rock Island,
Burlington, Keokuk, - Quincy, St. Louis
and all Intermediate Points.
The elegant, popular and fast electric li_,;ht pas-
r senger steamer 7-,' r--
MARY" MORTON,
WM. RON AND,' " ''""' CHARLES MATHIIR,.
;__.'" Master. '. • ■■; '-XXV' Clerk.
Leaves, St. Paul/Sunday, June 22, at neon.
This is the. most . pleasant route South, East
and West from St. Paul. View the famed scenery
of the Upper Mississippi. No heat or dust.
Through tickets to all river and - interior points
via river and rail. Low. rates, including meals
and berth. — -
„/ A. G.LONG, Agent.
Offlce and Dock opposite ' Union Depot. City
Office in St. Paul, corner Third and Jack. ion.
Office in Minneapolis," 16 Washington avenue
South. ;' '-. './. ■ ' - -
EXCURSION.,
: FOR ~
FOR 7
(MP MEETIIVG!
SUNDAY, JUNE 1.2 !
PLEASMTSTMBOATRIM
PmSMTSmfBOATRLOE.
. • No dust. ;.Fine fresh breeze! i_ . ...
''„;. STEAMERS ,
G.B.Xnap&CityofStPan.
Will leave the. dock, foot of Jackson street, every
hour and a. half during $Jrc day, and returning
every hour and a half. - "7
FARE ONLY 50 CENTS ROIID TRIP!
Steamer City;of- Saint Paul leaves St. Paul !
9:30 a. m., 12:30, : 3:30 and 6:30 p. m. Leaves
Camp grounds g 11:00 -a. m., : 2:00, 5:00 and
9:00 p. m. . •:".,..- .-..- ;_ ■--■.• ;--... .
Steamer G. B. Knapp 'leaves St. Paul 11:00
a. m., 2:00, 5:00,* and 8:00 p.' m. *• Leaves ■ Camp
grounds • 12:30, 3:30, j 0:30, • and 10:00 p.m.
' __<?~Tickets good on cither boat. For sale by
A. Delany, foot of Jackson street. '_■ 173-74
:'AMUSEMENTS.'-
BASE BALL!
MMIAPOIIS paul I
"! Seventh Street Grounds,
l Seventh Street Grounds,
■ TO-DAY-
- . 172-76 -. • ■ '
PEORIA vs. ST. PAUL,
.".,'.-' •, - . AT • ■'■''-'-.
BARNES' GEOUNDS,
White Bear, • . Sunday,
7 JUNE,22.
i . ... 7 AAX-TA-A- ■-"-■-.'; „ .172-74 I
THE ST. PAUL DAILY GLOBE. SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 21. 1884:
7YY 'YY . A. fuel DEALERS. A-A'X'.'TT
BrefßMirilE.
GRIGGS & FOSTER,
41 East Third Street. ".-'_ "
41 East Third Street.
EstabUshed in_Bß_. . jj ' .',
Coal &Wood
Egg, Grate . $8.50 per ton.'
Stove, Nut. ' 8.75 per ton.
Other kinds in proportion. j Dry Pine Slabs $3.50
{■"-"""Orders can be left with Jellett & Co., cor-
ncr Seventh aud Wacouta. AAi..--
-1--"^"■~——a^ —■^—■^~~
NOTICE.
NOTICE. . • .'."..;'-.
OFFICE OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION
of the City of St, Paul, :
June 12, 1884.
AN EXAMINATION
For applicants for positions in the corps of teach-
ers of the . '
PUBLIO SOHOOLS
, of ■ the city will be held at the
HIGH SCHOOL,
man sohooiv
■ .ON '" ■■ ':x " 7
Wednesday, June 25,
Commencing at 9 a. m. TYT
. B. F. WRIGHT,
.*'*»•.- Superintendent of Schools.
jnnel4-18-21-22
MUSICAL. '
LAURA W. hall,
MUSIC ROOMS 103 WESTERN AVENUE,
. Head of Ashland Avenue, St. Anthony Hill,'
A'AAYYA ST. PAUL,
TEACHER OP
PIANO, ORGAN AID HAH
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 tcacn.ng will be given.
Also, Agent for "Brainard's Musical World,' •
the oldest and best musical journal published.
Subscription $1.50 per annum. 7
EDUCATIONAL. :
Mount Sit Joseph's
rA.O___^_D_B_Mnsr
For tte Edncation of Young Ladies.
_ DUBUQUE, IOWA.
Parents desirous of placing their daughters in
a first class school, will do well to investigate
the claims of tnis 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 oonrsa for
graduation in Theory and Practice. I 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 SIBTEB SUPERIOR. 8544 ;i
PIANO INSTRUCTION.
DUKE F. SMITH
INSTRUCTOR OP
PIANO-FORTE.
Pupil of the eminent pianist, and teacher, S.
Pupil of the eminent pianist, and teacher, S.
B. Mills, of New York, and for several years 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. :
Headquarters at
NATHAN FORDS. .V
No. 96 East Third St.
... - ASTROLOGY. _ -'
MADAME GANDERSON,
T MADAME GANDEESON,':
European Astrologist, Magnetic Physician and
Business Medium—Can tell both the past, present
and future of your whole life, and ask ho ques
tions but your age; can tell of absent friends,
and if you can succeed in . any undertaking, and
at what time the Planet of Fortune will benefit
you, either in business or matrimony; also, all
mediuai examinations, diseases described, treat-
ments given and cures made in a most remarka
ble manner. All are invited to call and test her
power to foretell. Room 1,424 Wabashaw street,
eornerof Seventh.
MRS. WALLIS,
MRS. WALLIS,
The Great Medium of Spiritualism,
Can tell you the present and future and even
can show . you the one you will marry, and
give you the full name of the'same. Office
hours from 9 a. m. to 8 p. m., at No. 276 Good-
rich avenue, corner Seventh street, the Union de-
pot and Fort street cars pass the house. Only
ladies received. ~ .163-93
RAILROADS. ..... ->(..
The MINNEAPOLIS
SHORT LINE trains of
the CHICAGO, MIL-
WAUKEE & ST. PAUL
RY., will, until further
notice, stop for passen
gers to and from Mm
neapolis, at the foot of
Jackson and Sibley
streets.
Trains will start from and arriveoat temporary
Union Depot, foot of Rosabel street. •
IW. H. DIXON, .
164* General Northwestern Pass. Agent.
DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS.
m ''} SC J Bl B?
I-TCOBPORAT^D.
j§j_HH__«_si_?7 IfCOnPOKATJED. •';
The Leading ST. PAUL Manufactory of -
MSH, DOORS, BLINKS, fc,
7". .-:. i ;'•."... -". Have in Stock . ,
100,000 feetof DRY WHITE OAK FLOORD.G.
1 --"■• .... i'- "-'."-- -•■"'.' -.".■.'ALSO,';- v -"-;.-.''.. . v..'-.'' -
i Mow Pine Flooring and Hardwood Limber.*
._____.G_.__. BTS____T SEVEN CO-SNICKS
I |^^7 ". REAL ESTATE.-•-•'-.'-
Cocbran & Newport,
'RE ESTATE . .
AND
'• ' '.'''..'''-'AND' 7. A" X.' _ , ■'"
;. , 7.; LOAN AGENTS,
? S.W. Cor. Jackson* Fifih St,
Are offering Lots on Summit avenue in
Wright's addition at the same prices as
' before the 200 foot boulevard was as
- red. j These lots will advance 50 per
, cent, within six mouths. : 7
c We have several choice pieces of busi
. ness property, on Robert St., Fourth
St., Seventh St. and Third St., improv
,ed and unimproved. ; 7 • „
If you are looking for a home, come
in and we will show jou our list. ; We
. can suit you. .\x ■'■ ■ 'iT T'aYa'*'* **':
We offer Lots in Lockwood's addition
near the Forest street improvement at
prices which will advance 100 percent.
within a year, on '■ monthly payments.
_ Cheap Lots on the West Side.
_: Cheap Lots on the West Side.
Choice Residence Lots near the new
Summit Park. " .r
: We have a cheap Lot on Carroll street
for $1,000. :' --.;;.:,;-;
' Two large Lots on Pleasant, facing
.' south. 7:-7-.V ; **. '* ' ' .'.',.
Homes on monthly payments.
' House and Lot on Conway street only
1750.77 ;>...'.v. •_.-. ' 77..;7'.-:
•■ - : •'."■'.' ;'. 7.7 'y'X '. ;t ' ' ;.. ' ' ' - '-.-.'
7 "MONEY *TO LOAN."
"MONEY TO LOAN."
We have on hand money in 1 large and
small amounts to loan on improved
Y'x .: Real Estate. :■•-•*.' -'."'
lisfi
MONTANA.
We have just platted and vow offer for sale
We have-just, platted and now offer for sale
lots .in the Minnesota Addition. . This addition
lies adjoining the great machine shops of the
Northern Pacific Railroad Company, which are
. the largest and most extensive on the line of the
road, those at Brainerd alone excepted. The lots
are started at very low prices $25 to $75 a pieces
and will show a very handsome advance by fall,
Livingston is less than (two years old, . with a
population of over 3,000 people, is the brightes
town on the Northern Pacific Railroad, has many
brick and stone buildings, is growing very rapid-
ly and bases her claims for making a large city on
the following grounds:" ,
It is the gateway -to the National Park.
It is the terminal point of the National Park
R. R. :■- _ ' "■'■- A*.:-'- ... ..' x
It is the headquarters of three divisions of the
R. R. :■- '_ ■_■ . '■'.■ .:■■ ■ - A-X- '
It is the geographical center of the R. R.
It has immense machine shops, with capacity
for several hundred."-_•-.
It is in the center of a very rich agricultural
country. .... ..-:
It is the headquarters for an immense grazing
interest. ■ - •■-.'■',•"
■ It is surrounded by coal, iron, copper, silver
and gold mines. --.-•-
It is the supply depot for the mines of Cooke,
Bear Gulch, etc.,etc. -? - '...,.
'„ It has a splendid water power.
: It has plenty of pine and fir timber.
' It has an abundance of pure water and a mild
climate. ■ ' „•.._*. ••-'.- "
: It is the youngest town in Ahierica with a
National Bank and a daily newspaper; it also, has
two weekly' newspapers and the best hotel in
Montana. ". It has the only deposit of limestone
on the line of road from Dulnth- west. Some six
or seven linu kilns are now. in operation, also
plenty, of brick and fine brick clay. Hot -springs
exist (176,° : temperature) within twelve miles of
town, which excell those of Arkansaw. The Uuion
' Pacific R.R. ' will *. soon be built to the town. •
This company, Union Pacific R. R. have pur-
chased a large amount of coal lands in the vicini
ty of Livingston, are. putting in a plant of
seventy-five coking furnaces, j Lots for sale by
C. LIVINGSTON & CO.,
63 E. Third street, St. Paul.
WM. G. BOBEBTSON,
"WM, Gv bobertsoim;
REAL ESTATE
;• '-A*':: :*.* . :. AND*-' - --
FINANCIAL AGENT
T 51NANOIAL AGEISTT
(Successor to D. A. Robertson & Co., the oldest
ri real estate agency in Minnesota.) •
No. 7 McQuillan 810ck,., cor. TM&WaDastiaw.
HEZEKIAH HALL,
.;.; tIEZEKIAH HALL,
'.;: (Established in 1872,)
BEAL ESTATE AGENT,
Corner Third & Robert streets, (in Savings Bank,)
/.r7;7, . ST. PAUL, MINN. '. , "* '
Buys, Sells, Collects, . Pays Taxes, Negotiates
--.';;." ; 'j% Loans, etc. - •- \ •
B. W. JOHNSON,
.YEL W.JOHNSON,
HEAL ESTATE AGENT,
fc ESTATE AGENT,
MANNHEIMER BLOCK, - - ROOM 11,
St. Paul."- k - _ _ Minn.
GRISWOLD & TEEPLE,
Real Estate & Loan Brokers,
, NO. 63 EAST THIR.") STREET.
St.Pg.-__1...".-."-. -: . / Minn.
: :'■ ;Y- '.*'■ ■.'-■ NOTICE.. '.. '
-TSrOTIO-Ei] ~~
The public - are hereby notified that I will not
be responsible for the debts contracted, in my
name,' by myl wife, Mary Rivord." '
172-74 : . : . ". F. X. F. RIVARD.
.7 A.- MISCELLANEOUS. A.
"■ TOVES .:.■ STORED ..- away _ for the season.
IO Called for and put Up again in the fall." Call
or address Joseph lloag, 309 West Seventh street.
'■'-. '- "" A --. . as*'", : . ;..A ■.'•■
. ■ A \ NICOL AY'S AUCTIONS.
QQ F.NE RESIDENCE LOTS ON DAYTON'S
OO : Bluff at auction. A. H. Nicolay will sell
at auction on Thursday, June 26th, 1884, at 2p.
m., on the ground, 33 desirable building lots in
blocks 1 and 4, Lockwood's addition to St. Paul.
, . These. blocks ore bounded by Forest, Mendota,
Cook and 'Magnolia' streets. A portion of this
' property is set. apart for a park and is I situated
in the immediate vicinity of the extensive lum
f ber mills and yards of I. P. : Gribbon and- C, N.
Nelson Lumber company, Terra Cotta works, St.
Paul '•' Plow ' works. Harvester works and Post
Siding, in •a ■ rapidly growing neighborhood.
. Workingmen" desiring • homes, and -. investors
> should attend this sale which offers a rare oppor
tunity for speculation and immediate improve-
ments.," Terms liberal and" title ... perfect.-
J__F"\Vorkingmen can pay $25 cash on day of sale
and $5 a month on each lot until, paid for.
s___7~Frce buss will leave the Merchants hotel at
, 1 :15 p. m. and my offlce. No. 70 East Third street
at 1:30 p, m., sharp, on day of sale. : _
.-A 7 . :. A. H. NICOLAY,
172-79 _:._ . . Auctioneer. -;
•'•.*■' - '-■ ■* '".. ■■■ FINANCIAL. ' ■':' .*
MONEY LOANED
. 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 dep0t.".;.:;...,."....,.:.: ' 300*
MACKEY'S. LOAN OFFICE—Notes bought,
ACKEIrs. LOAN OFFICE—Notes 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 Nicollet; Minneapolis. 26-207:
LOANS on Life • Ins. Policies. L. P. Van
Norman,' No. 245. lst Aye. S. Minneapolis.
-': ■'; .'* .\i~:- LOST AND FOUND.'
' tlifXß REWARD— Lost June Bth, brown pony,
; tp-___y.: two white ankles and - star; A. shod all
round. Will pay above: reward for his return to
■ 662 Yale street, or Foley's • stable back of 'P. O.
A. Bailey. ■■■-v-v--; ■*.■-.■ . ■ . .:■.- 173-74
/T\NE bay. mare mule, ringbone on the right
iltlf1!11 •bay-mare-mule,. ringbone [ on j the right
\AJ front foot. :; One ■ bay -. horse,: three L white :
feet, blind in one eye. .-Deliver to T. J. Swartz's
livery stable and be rewarded. West St. Paul.
' Y-YYTiTYTX.TAY.77473 xa ■'.'--...";-■:--".:..«;.
FIVE CENTS A LINE
' .-.;; SITUATIONS ■;. WANTED. ::.. _ ■.•_..';.;
WANTED— or ? gentlemen in ■ city or
. ._ country .to take ' nice," light and pleasant
work at their own homes $2 Ito $5 a day easily
and ] quietly made ; work sent by mail; no canvass
ing; no stamp for reply.' .Please address Reliabl
Man'f'g Co., Philadelphia, Pa." ; ■ tu,tb,eat_.suel
WANTED A place to 7 take .care of : horses
' and' such work about. the house as -, is
needed." Address A. this office. ,-. -. '•.." 172-78
'-..-: sixuAiming lit,■•_.■«_:___■_. ; :
WANTED— A girl ' for general housework,-
817 Chestnut street. '■■ ".....V,;*■,'■• 173*
WANTED good. starcher and,ironer and
■ washer to work in laundry. : Ham Mon
Hong, 98 West Sixth street, corner Market.
-. :' ,'*" '-.v. . 173-79 ..; *'■'•'' •.-•:•.:.'■•■■•'■' :-•;
WANTED— Two experienced, lady, agents to
solicit orders for an eutirely. new .article
in this ' city. Big . inducement' : {869' .Robert
street, second floor. ; . ....;•.!-173-78
WANTED— Two Scandinavian girls— for
cook and. one for' house girl. ■ Must jbe
competent in their respective duties." - Apply at
. 439 Laurel avenue, j Street cars. pass ih' 'front of
the house. Mrs. R. AY. Johnson. _.*.':..' '■*. 172-74.
■;'■'■■. -Males,'- . .-■'- ■■■A..; -: ':'•*-
WANTED— Male cook for Steamer City of St.
:• Paul. v Apply at Smith & i Co.'s ' wood
offlce, Seven corners. ./ 173
WANTED— barber at No. 185 East Seventh
street. - ' ' "■ , 173-78
WANTED— A young man . about 18 years of
age, to take care of horse and do chores.
German preferred. Lake Como Hotel; i- 172-78
PLUMBERS—A few good mechanics, steady
ones only need apply, wanted at Prendergast*
. Bros., 62 East Third street. . ■ , 170-173 •
ANTED—Agenta for "Gaskell's Compen
dium of Forms," the best selling book in
: the United States; Chicago Installment Book
Company, room 30, Mackey & Legg Block, Min
neapolis. 7 . :.* .....,, 159-18&
WANTED— Makers. Hand and form,
also bunch breakers. Good price for good;
work. Elwiu & Clough, 228 Washington avenue ,-
North, Minneapolis. . 169-75 •
WANTED— Two tinsmiths, at 506 St. Peter
_ street. . ;o ••.:•'■■'lo9-757 .'
• .''• 7 ..-.-. .Females. ■.:■■':'■■.'.■.'■: 'T,'
WANTED-^-A girl for general 'housework';.
WANTED —A girl for general houseworks-
Apply at 100 Summit avenue to Mrs. J. ■
Kelliher. . ..;•'■ . 174-77 „
WANTED— nurse girl between, 10 -.and 17.
years of age to take Care of one " child.'
Must be accustomed to children, 533 Dayton ave
nue. ' 170-76 ,-
WANTED— A woman and child who need a
VV home Light work and moderate I pay.
Address W, 15, Globe office. ; '.■'•*" 170-70
WANTED —A girl for general housework in
. . a small family. 349 Franklin Street.
-.:.-.;.'. ■ ;■ ■ 170-76 . ."..•,;.
WANTED— girl, apply St. Luke's
hospital, 105 East Eighth street. • ■• - .
. 170-72 . „_';'.
WANTED Girl to do washing, ironing and
scrubbing. Apply St. Luke's hospital,
105 East Eighth street. 170-72
ANTED—A girl to wash dishes at Grand
Central Hotel, corner Seventh and AVabu-
shaw streets. 169-75 . '■
WANTED— A girl for general housework;
must be a good cook. Inquire at 610
West Seventh street, St. Paul, Minn. ' 165-71
GIRL WANTED—fo~g_neraf housewo.k7at
VJT 49 West Fourth street. ' . -163*
FOR RENT.
FOR RENT—The second story of - the new
X? elegant Weed block (now iv course of
erection). Ready August lst. 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 & Morit-;. - - 150
OR RENT— store building 1048 and 1050
' West Seventh street. Inquire No. 307 Ro-
bert street." " 149* j
FOR RENT—Three 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 building
or stores separately, and rooms en suite. Middle-
ton & Dougan, East Third street, opposite Mer
chants hotel. 148*
Rooms. ■ •■■
TO RENT—A furniuhed front room.■ Inquire
of J. W. McGrath, of Bircher & McGrath,
Sixth ward. .....'. 172-74
"VT ICE, well furnished front room, with alcove,
J-N ■ for rent, at 234 Norris street, for one or
two gentlemen.. , 107. .
FOR RENT— furnished front room 45
West Tenth street. -„r. -.£•* ■■„ * 167* ; '
• ■." ' Mouses . .- -■-,-.- ■ ■ ■■: ■
FOR RENT—A nine-room dwelling at No. 115
Banfil street, old number 6. Apply to John
Grace, No. .76 Mcßoal street. * ... 165
OUSE FOR RENT—On Water street, West
St. Paul, Inquire at 49 West Fourth street.
. 'A-:- ■ 163* v .'. :.
FOR RENT—A cottage house with 9 rooms,
in thorough repair, at $35 per month. Ap
ply to J. A. Sabin, Davidson block. .159* A
FOR RENTHouse No. 132 Summit avenue.
Apply to J. D. O'Brien, Gilflllan block. ■
153 ;.. *_' * *• .
FOR RENT—A- cottage with four* rooms,
Pantry and closets, good water and every
convenience. Apply -to J. C. McCarthy, .Sixth
ward. ... - ... x 270*
TO RENT—nouse of six rooms on Ohio
TO RENTHouse P. six rooms on Ohio
street. Inquire of P.' R. McDonnell, grocer,
corner George and Ohio streets, Sixth ward.
'■■ ■ .-■ '.-;•: ■.-'■ 175*
FOR SALE.
IUS! PIGS! ! PIGS ! ! Fine lot of choice
Pigs, six to eight weeks old, at Poor Farm. .
, - ■ ■ * 167-75
CHEAP FOR CASH—Ten second-hand thresh-
J ing engines; one 40-horse power boiler;
four portable boilers. Apply at Foundry offlce,
on Fourth street, corner Robert. 109-213
FOR SALE—Must be sold at once. Two coun
ters, twenty-four feet long, and a handsome
shelving with twenty-seven drawers, twenty-four
feet long; also, a handsome lamp chandelier.
Anderson's old carpet stand, corner of Robert
and Third streets. 170-72
MISCELLANEOUS REAL 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 grove of trees in the
state, this property must be sold in the next 10
days. .;* Farwell & Co., Third and Jackson. "7
FOR SALE—The 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, .43 Exchange street, city. 223*
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE— choice larin,:
I fully Improved and located one , mile j from a
good town, and will sell cheap.' S Farwell & j Co..
Third and Jackson streets. . ' . ..;
HORSES AND CARRIAGES—ST. PAUL.
ASTONISHING Bargains— top and
open buggies, ; extension top and single
phaetons, jump - seats, two-seated Surrey ' and
beach wagons ; express, delivery and platform
wagons ; harness, robes, dusters -• and - whips at
cost. For the next thirty days we offer our.- en
tire stock at prices that will force you to buy.
We mean business and will not be undersold.,
Call early and secure bargains. King's Carriage
repository, corner Fourth and Minnesota streets.
- St. Paul..;. - , V
TTENTION-I have for sale cheap a .side-bar
top buggy.made by Cortland wagon company
used twice; in perfect order. : Can be seen at
King's, corner Fourth and Minnesota streets.
Berry. 7" 7 .7". —- • ,■. -.
(JjjrA BUYS a light donble hand-stitched har
-P -iv/ ness, made by Dunscomb, "■ New York ;
cost $90. At Horse Exchange, corner Fourth and
Minnesota streets, -
FORSALE A handsome bay saddle horse.-
JO-- Warranted sound and kind. ' * Horse I Ex-
change, coruer Fourth and Minnesota streets.
160-173 . . . .->; -•
•-.■■:..-. LAWSON BROTHERS. X- ■ .
.: Choice residences, houses and lots, stores, va
cant lots and railroad property offered at a bar
gain. Lawton Bros.; 175 Dakota avenue. 167-173
$25 to $50 down, $5 per .month buys a choice
residence lot in good locality. Material,. furn
ished for building. j- Lawton Bros. „* '■■ 167-173
." VANAGH'S AUCTIONS.'."' ■ ~
HORSES AT AUCTION.—I will sell at auction
-': at my.; salestand - corner • Third and Cedar
streets, this morning at 11 o'clock, one flne driv
ing • horse, j one mare,". one"' top s. buggy and: set
single harness. '.-
P. T. KAVANAGH,
IT3 Auctioneer.
ARM MACHINERY AT AUCTION.—I f will
':' sell at auction }at my; salestand corner .of
Third and Cedar streets, at 10 o'clock. this morn-
ing, a large lot of ■: farm 'machinery, consisting of
one reaper, cultivator, one horse ; rake," plows,
harrows, etc., etc. -••^™KfflW_BWß__Fg_tffi^HHgr
:■-'•'-■" ••-"• .„ P. T. KAVANAGH,
173 '. Auctioneer. x
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SATTLER BROS,
: SA.T TttiEß BitOS,
One-Price Clothiers,
One3--_Price Glotliiers,
91 and 153 East Third Street,
:91a__a 153 East; Third Street, '
We will show this week the largest and finest line of
7 • •_ We will show this week the largest and finest line of
Bine _Klannel Suits!
Blue __71a_n__iel Suits!
'■■AAA' ■ '■■:.' ... "'A .;-'-.;..' ■
Ever seen in St. Paul. Come in and examine the stook and learn
Ever seen in St. Paul. Come in and examine the stook and learn
the prices which we guarantee to be the lowest in the .Northwest. '
, A complete and elegant stock of
Summer Snits!
,: Sioxriiiiei? Siiits!
Best Materials, Newest Styles, Guaranteed Pits
Best Materials, Newest Styles, Guaranteed Fits
and Lowest Prices!
and Lowest Prices!
SArITL__GR BROS.,
iSA.TT_L._E_R BROS.,
91 and 153 East Third street, St. Paul, Minn
JEWELRY.
'C<".■A'•;.,."' :*7. .'. , ■ JEWELRY.'. . _ -
""NOVELTIES
[ NOVELTIES
• IN
JEWELRY!
Discount of 25 per cent, off lowest prices continued,
||||countof 25 percent, off lowest prices continned,
AS ON
STFlilftS.,
Cor. Third and Franklin streets.
jGor. Tliird and Franklin streets.
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• ■■.-• w»- -. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. ■'...--
WEBER~PIANOS.
"V^lSßEir PIANOS.
Acknowledged by Artists the Best in the World.
Acknowledged by Artists the Best in the Worid.
I know of none superior to the Weber and none that can compete with tiiem
suPerior to tlie Weber and none that can compete ifith tbem.'
roruurabihty. —1 eresa Carreuo. -■..-..? . ,
♦„!?iloni.',tlie Weber Piano is so sweet, ricb and sympathetic, yet so full,
Tbursb l lwaysra°k you aS the greatest manufacturer of the day.—Emma
S *&H____ Piauos excel all otners in volume of tone and in power of expression.—
~ Weber Pianos excel all others in volume of tone and in power of expression.—
b. Liebling. ■■*.*. F
.i_.e ?_.re no pianos m the world that sustain the voice like the Weber.—Em
ma Abbott. '-. - ■■•■.'. ..(
R. G. MUGGER, St. .Paul.
R, G, MXJ]SraEIi, Asrent; St. Paul.
sriA-TA~% ,!"«.. " SEND FOR CATALOGUES. ."- ''.'A'
'
TAILORING.;
xAXYy ''. ■ '-■ ' TAILORING.-'' .- xA'"X
fine TA.iLo:Ri__sra.
FI3STE T_AJ__Lo__._nsrG.. '
mm & imi .rsrr.
FBEGUS FAHEY,
FERGUS FAHEY,
MEROHANT TAILOE.
IffiRCHAN T TAILOR
58 East Third Street.
- : : XT* 58 East T___i_rd Street.
/ IST'The latest sty les of Imported Goods always on hand. - Perfect fits guaranteed.*' T-*'
■!- .._.-.,---. -'-*.'-_*..:«■.-.*■: • .":■.."•' '-■■', ■ ■ i
" " ' ' ' ' --..-■ ■ V
■ . -■. -.. Si I ; : _ ~ * ; ; :
- -*"'. , BOOTS AND '''I*" ;
~ E. H. SCHLIEK, j^
E.I.SCfItIK, -: Tygbm
Bits ii Slices, Jm
New .(vies Daily Received. j^t^^^^^m
-331 WaSasliaw street Cor. iii^^^w?
BOOT ASD BH___ DIAL-OS.
'. ..... YY BOOT AND BHOa SBALBSS. •
wii SCHLIEK & CO..
IsaH_c_ra__K & co..
■■ HO. 89 EAST TBIRD STUEET,
no. 89 Mast thihd street,
Smtpm Boots k Sloes.
___te^^iE^__l______- st- Paul Agency for BURT'S, GEAY'S,
__tftsS^__ st- Paul Agency for BURT'S, GBAY'S,
Pl^mw REYNOLD'S, and Many Others.
"^^^^ _^^S**6*__U_-B-B» TOST Mail orders promptly filled. .
__________ ' * ' --■•-' '■•■'■_.-■■.: -...:.- -A'-X- r, -
I
.'"''..''' STANDARD SCALES. :.: ' T
" FAIBBANKS'STANDAED SCALES!
A i FAIBBANKS' STANDAED SCALES!
Eclipse Wind Mills. Tanks and Pumps,
Eclipse Wind Mills. Tanks and Pumps, v 7
_*' .— Smith-Vadle Steam Pumps and Boilers, •. •.•
7iy:T\y..- ..?. ■, _**j\,\- Hancock Inspirators, Lubricators, etc
FAffiBAMKS, MORSE & CO., - 371 & 373 Sibley street
FAIR.4M._S, MORSE & CO., '.. 371 & 373 SiMey streefc
TANNERS.
. ."if, f TANNERS, iv-
■' ' — ■—' ' ' 1
James McMillan & Co.,
'UJames McMillan & Co.,
7- ,-■■'.' 'f~' Proprietors of t_ae
MINNNEAPOLIS SHEEPSKIN TANNERY,
MINNNEAPOLIS SHEEPSKIN TANNERY,
" AND DEALERS IN ' "
HIDES, SHEEP PELTS, WOOL AND FURS,
109 First Aue_. ue Soath, MINNEAPOLIS, MINI*.
; hiomentß solicited. Write for circulars.
i =-=-****•
BUSINESS COLLEGE.
■;---Y'Y'' - •'•' BUSINESS COLLEGE. - • •;■'•".
' —.—'• ——■ 1— . - . . . . i
AND TELEGRAPHIC INSTITUTE
' C.7 AND TBLBaiiAPHIO INSTITUTE
Haa long since established Its claims to public favor and has now,' entered upon Its 15th year under
the moot favorable . auspices. Send for cat*l ague, giving full particulars. Northwest cor. Seventh
and Jacksou streets. '.'7 • .-.'*■'- - - . •
.. • . *'. W. A. FADDIS, PrinoipaU
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS'
■*'"'. ..WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,'; :. '. ..... ■*" ** ; ....
NOYES, BEOS, & CUTH-EK.
- NO YISS, BEOS, & OUTJL,E_K,
IMPORTERS 11 WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS.
_fflOII__ll_OII.iII;IIffiTS.
(iS and 70 Sibley atreet, owner Fifth, St. JPatd, Minn.
x .*. ■ 68 and 70 Sil/ley street, cornei' Fifth, St. FauU Minn.

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