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THE CITY.
CITY GLOBtJLES..
- A double passenger elevator is being put
in at the Merchants hotel.
■ • A br.m new matting has - been placed on
1 the stairs at the city hall leading to the coun
cil rooms
■ The alarm of fire put in on box 421 at 9:45
yesterday morning, was caused by the burn
in'gont of a chimney of the house of D. W. In
gersoll, 197 Nelson avenue.
The semi-monthly meeting of the Wom
en's Christian Temperance Union, will •be
held at the rooms of the Y. M. C. A., on
Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
. Patrick Carick, brought into the city hall
last evening as a drunk and disorderly was
found to have an even $100 in $5 bills in a
leather pouch, attached around his neck."
Gov. Hubbard made a requisition lon the
jovernor of "Wisconsin yesterday for*Sarauel
t'ripp, the horse thief, for the murder of the
;lty marshall at Zumbrota, the same having'
Been caught and now being held at Ellsworth'
Wis.
A little eight-year-old boy wandered up
itaire at Engine House No. 1 at 8 o'clock last
evening, and fell through a trap door to .the
arst floor. In the descent his fall was broken'
by his striking upon and sliding off the
shoulder of a man standing directly beneath,
tin; trap and neither man or boy received
any serious injury.
. A telephone message was received in this
city at 5:30 yesterday afternoon that a color
ed boy had been found drowned in the river
this side of Ft. Snelling. It was learned that
Coroner Quinn was summoned to hold an
inquest on the body, but as usual, that was
all the intelligence which could be gleaned
in relation to the matter.
The boiler makers and machinists two
picked niues bad a game of base ball near
Oakland cemetery yesterday afternoon, at
which a crowd of 500 of their friends were
present, work having been stopped at the
Manitoba shops during the progress of the
game. The score stood, in nine innings,
nine to three in favor of the machinists.
James Keauting was admitted to practice
law in the courts of Minnesota, in Judge
Simon's session of the district court yester
day, on presentation of certificates from the
supreme court of Wisconsin and on motion
of C. 1). Kerr. Esq., as was also Cornelius
Palmer on presentation of certificates from
the supreme court of New York and on mo
tion of W. 11. Mead, Esq.
Yesterday afternoon Ux drunken man
smashed into a buggy being driven by a
.vomaii on East Seventh street, taking off a
rear wheel and throwing her upon a pile of
rocks. A gentleman who was driving rapid
ly by at the time observed that the road fiend
did not stop to learn the result of the wom
an's injuries and was making inquiries at
the city hall last evening desiring to appear.
as a witness if a complaint had been or
should be made. ■ ",
On the night of June 30 the saloon of
Richard Erdenberger, on Bates avenue, Day
ton's Bluff, was broken into and about 815
in goods and money taken. Mr. Erdenber
per is very sorry that Officer Patterson had
been removed trom that beat, as he might
have looked through the keyhole in the door,
as he did the time he reported Mr. Erdcn
bergor for keeping a disorderly house, and
discovered the thieves. He is also glad that
he was lined $35 in the municipal cou^t, as
the thieves might have gotten that also.
Little Herman Knauff, who lost his leg by
a street railway car some three months ago,
■nd who has been confined to his father's
house ever since, was on the street again
yesterday and enjoyed the fresh air and the
sunshine, as only a little crippled boy could,
after so much suffering. lie has had pre
sented to him a correct picture of the acci
dent and proposes to sell it to raise a fund
to put iv the bank for his future use. He is
a bright little fellow, and we feel sure the
public will appreciate his misfortune.
Thomas Ramotb, who works at S2hur
meier's wagon factory, went fishing yesterday
afternoon, and was preparing to cast his line
into the river near the Milwaukee freight:
house when he was taken for a tramp by
John Schmidt, the special officer of the rait
way company, who after having kicked and
pounded him with his billy in a terrible, man
ner, called for the patrol wagon and. deliv
ered him to the patrol officer on a ciiajrge of
drunkenness. His wounds were b«fti<r eared
for at the City hall last night, and it looks
oe though John will find he use caught a
Tartar at the hearing of the nrjmicipaf court
this morning.
Mr. Thomas Murray, ■ Alderman, Queen
st?*et, Toronto, Canada, says: After all other
remedies hud failed to relieve me of a severe
Drfrn on my hand, St. Jacobs Oil' cured me.
PERSONALS.
Billings was represented in St. Paul yes
;enlay by F. L. Greene. '
Hon. M. J. Daniels, of Rochester, visited '
;he state capitol yesterday. - . i
C. H. Smith and David Shell, of Wortbing
ton, are at the Merchants. ':.-.;.. .
Judge Thomas "Wilson, and wife, of "Wi
nona, was in the city yesterday.
'Judge Collins, of St. Cloud, called aMhe
»t.ite capitol yesterday. •"■:• .. v ---. "
Hon. Frank Kelley, attorney of Olmsteadf
county, was in the city, yesterday.
Col. II D. Stocker,, of Lake City, visited
the state house yesterday. •
J. C. Wise, editor of the Maatato Review,
was in the city Wednesday. : -1" ■
F. S. Waters and Geo. E. Brett, of Man
kato, were in town yesterday;
„ m B- f mith ' Of Austin, and B. M. Kev
nolds, ofFanbault, ar^atthe Windsor. "
C. 11. Abbott, of M^-aukee} A. D. Robin
son, of Rochester,. S-. V.; A. P. Watson, of
Chicago; • Tuaaon, of Philadelphia and
H. Trebble, of Boston, are. at the -Windsor. '
.. M.Rvan^Jy of Leay^nirorth, Kas.; Les
"eWltoon^af EauCU&* ; H . C. Morton, of
New York; FF. Ecfc>y,' of Worcester, and
charts D> °f Ci" Vcago, are at the Mer-
Jriit Jani^s*NewYork; J. M. Brown
of Chicago; RM : Me yeri of Milwaukee; O.
BVn Sra'? > Ear-i Claire; E. .A. Tedford, of
fand IrTnt^? and J- C' Williams, of Cleve
land are at tb c Metropolitan. - -
AT CHICAGO.
,ecial Telegram to the Globe.|
CincV go, June 25.—Hon. E. F. Drake, of
St. PaVj ; is at the Grand Pacific.
E. F. Fott and wife, Minneapolis, are at
the .;heirinan.
C, S. Bartram, city editor of the Minneap
olis Jovariuil, accompanied by his wife, is at
the Pafcuier. V; •; '
A. MeGuillon, of St. Paul, is at the Pal
, mer. ■ .y. .-."•■/i^.y% .
At the Palmer—H; V. Meloy, A. Douglas,
St. Paul; E. E. Arnold, Minne
apolis; A. G. McCord, St. * Cloud E. A.
Moore and wife, Huron.
Northwesterners at the Tremont: E. A.
Arnold, St. Paul; B. B. Brown, Minneapolis;
'D. A. McDonald, LaCrosse; S. H. Jumper,
T. Skillman, F. W. Hagerty, A. W. Camp
bell, Aberdeen; C. J. Senna and Thomas
Kokendall, Helena.
The German Society.
At its semi-annually meeting last evening,
in the Athenaeum, the German society elect
ed the following named gentlemen as of-
Seers:'
■ President, S. V. naff.
Vice president, Gus. Limberg.
General manager, Otto Dreher.
Financial manager, Wm. Bickel.
Manager of privileges, Frand Werner.
. . Treasurer, J. J. Pcnncr.
. Secretary, F. Schneider.
Standard bearer. A. Kemmerer.
Elaine's Knabe Piano.
f American Art Journal.] ".
- Hon. James G. Blame, the republican can
, didate for the presidency, is one of the many
•celebrities of national fame who have chosen
Kuab'e pianos. The Plumed Knight selected
a cabinet grand . rosewood upright. j '. Presi
. dent Arthur purchased a Enabe Grand for
the White bouse, not long since. ■ The Knabe
I pianos should thus play an. important part in
. ■ restoring harmony among the factions of the
graad old party.
ypfir AMUSEMENTS. \]
1 • The i unit lit/ Season ■ '.•-
Manager Scott, of the Grand Opera bouse,
returned from New York yesterday, where he
has been to arrange for'attractions for the
coming season. ~ lie reports prospects excel
lent - for supplying St. Paul with a
series of entertainments the com
ing year,. superior;. to .'i any ' heretofore
furnished. ; During .'the summer season the
house will have a good many closed; nights,'
though there are three full weeks In July en-,
gaged. From the opening of the fall season
on August 18th to the Ist of ''January there
will not be a vacant date, every night being
already taken. ; Among the attractions of the
coming season will be Lawrence Barrett,
John McCu!lough,May Blossoms, Janauschek,
Bouccicault, Clara Morris, Joe Jefferson, etc.
A complete list of the ; attractions will; ap
pear at an early day. Manager Scott and the
St. Paul public are to be congratulated upon
the amusement outlook.
The Strategists.'. »,
The sale of tickets for Haverly V "Strate
gists" at the Grand, during yesterday, indi
cated that the public know a good thing
when they see it, and the promise is of full
houses during the engagement for Thursday,
Friday and Saturday evenings, and Saturday
matinee. The ' amount of ■ fun afforded by
this funny play has made the organization fa
mous and St. Paul people always appreciate a
first class supply of that article. The company
is an excellent one, as . are all of llaverly's
amusement organizations.
:';.' The Olympic.
The entertainment at the Olympic last
evening merited a larger audience than was
present. The various features of the pro
gramme were intensely funny, and the sing
ing and dancing quite creditable. : Miss Jen
nie Bordon, the queen of fire, performed sev
eral remarkable feats, and John Van Brunt's
cannon clog was a novelty. .> The Irish char
acter sketches 'were good, and as a whole the
performance was meritorious. Next Sunday
evening will be given the third annual ben
efit to Manager Hilton, on which occasion
will be given a new programme in which fifty
star volunteers will appear.'.' ■ ;</-; y
A new theater is to be erected in Chicago
at a cost of $225,000,_with-a seating capacity
of 2,200. It has already been leased to John
W. Norton, of St. Louis,' and is to be ready
for business September 1, 1885.
'i LOCAL MENTION. £ £ -
* -
Removal Sale.
For the next 30 days goods . will be • sold at
great sacrifice. Refrigerators and ice cream
freezers specialties. .
Woi.teustoufp & Mqr.iTz,
183 East Seventh.
A Summit Avenue Home.,'
All who are in search of a hr«me on the great
avenue where property is sure to double in value,
and where your homes will never be encroached
upon by workshops or small business houses,
should attend the sale -at the comer of Dale
street, on Monday next, where three-very desira
ble lots will be sold on easy terms by'public auc
tion. ' ■ . j -. j •-..-,
Go to the auction sale of 33 good: residence
lots on Dayton's bluff. Sale at 2 o'clock, this
afternoon. Free bus. Only $25 cash required to
buy a lot, balance $5 a month. '■■;
i Palisade Addition,
This lovely piece of ground . on, "West Seventh
street and Stewart avenue, soon/to be traversed
•by the C. M. St. P. M. & railroad, is to be
placed upon the market on Tuesday next, and
sold out by lot and block. -">-', j
$25 cash will buy a good lot on Dayton's bluff,
to be sold at auction,.'this afternoon, on the
grounds. Free bus. ' Sale at 2 . o'clock. Xico
lay, auctioneer. , ■■■'.■'. ■
Lots, Blocks and -Acres.
Palisade Addition on. "West Seventh street, be
yond the present teuniuus of the street railroad,
will be sold in lots, to suit purchasers; be sure
and attend. ;/';'
Thirty-three f.ne Dayton's bluff lots at auction,
this Thursday afternoon. Free bus leaves at 1:30
sharp, sale a,'. 2p. m. sharp, See advertisement.
Nicolay, auctioneer.
■■ v , A Land Sale for Investors.
The stole of Palisade Addition on West Seventh
street v one mile west of street car terminus, on
Tuesday next, should attract a large attendance,
as it) is proposed to put this beautiful addition up
in blocks.- There are thirty-two lots in each
' block. . ■ »;,
The Ohio Central Barge and Coal Co. have re
j moved their office from 323 Jackson street to 167 j
East Fourth street,' first door from corner of
Jackson; in the Davidson building, where they
will be pleased to see their old customers, and
such nev.- ones as may favor them with their
trade. A full stock of hard and soft coal, and all
kinds of wood constantly on hand at lowest
prices, i Special attention given to prompt delive
ry of all*orders. . .
, .-, ... , HIED.
il'SO — the residence' of j his parents, No. 101
• •Edmund street, Thomas, son of Thomas and
Catherinelgo, aged 23. years. - " . •■.
. Funeral services at the Cathedral on Friday,
£27 th. at 9:80 a. m.
| Sangerties, N. V., and Corning, Ark,, papers
please copy. ■ ";•''. ' ■■ •
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies. A marval of pr nit
strength and wholesomen^s.. More econo nical
than the ordinary kinds, and/ cannot be sc id in
competition with the multitudes of low test, ishort
weight, alum or phosphate powders. bol< fonly
in cans. Royal Baking Powbbb Co., 19 fWWall
street, New York.
I J.ONI'g.BITTERf,, I
The most Elegant Blood Purifier, Live <r Invigora
tor, Tonic, and Appetizer ever known i.. The first
Bitters containing Iron ever advertise*! in Ameri
ca. Unprincipled persons are imitati /)<»• the name;
look out for frauds. See — ~/CL'/STlI*- '■*
that the following signa-' : fl)jp£ ff "^
tun is on every bottle and j d-^if/iTu f//r
tal". none other: ' ■ ./fV :c/*A-'*«'»**C-f>
ST. PAUL, MINN. ' C/ Brnjsgist & Chemist
- AMUSEMENTS.
BASE BAIJ^!
STILLWATER vs. ST. PAUI!
Seventh. Street Gr-oivnc.s, .
TO-DAY.
• 177-78 '■-.- : . £.
BRISBIN & FARWELL,
LAW OE'FICE.
ROOM 6v
Comer of Wakshaw and Fomtth streets.
■* Over Express Office. ' „
fS&Fs&Q&gft&J:- ■ „':.','■ •••':■'■■■- ■■ '£'•_-,_••. ' . ; "..'.'': ' /.'..' ..■■.'-,- '.-■■' '. _. -■; - ;'V.. ' '■•■....'■
REAL ESTATE.
SianTlwol
REAL ESTATE
AND
LOAN AGENTS,
S. W. Cor. Jackson & Fifth St.,
Are-offering Lots on Summit avenufi in
Wright's addition at the same prices as
before the 200 foot boulevard was as
sured. These lots will advance 50 per
cent, within six months.
We have several choice pieces of busi
ness property on Robert St., Fourth
St., Seventh St. and Third St., improv
ed suit! unimproved.
If you are looking for a home, come
in and we will show you our list. We
can suit you.
We offer Lots in £ockwood's addition
near the Forest street improvement at
prices which will advance 100 per cent,
within a year, on monthly payments
"Cheap Lots on the West Side.
Choice Residence Lots near the new
Summit Park.
We have a cheap Lofren Carroll street
for $1,000.
Two large Lots on Pleasant, facing
south.
Homes on monthly (payments.
House and Lot on (£onway street only
$750.
"MONEY TO LOAN."
We have on hand money in large and
small amounts to loan on improved
Real Estate.
ffllßl
MONTANA.
We have just platted and now offer for sale
lots in the Minnesota Addition. This addition
lies adjoining the gre;it machine shops of the
Northern Pacific Kailroad Company, which are
the largest and most extensive on the line of the
road, those at Brainerd 1 alone excepted. The lots
are started at very low prices SJ3 to $75 a pieces
and will chow 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 Kailroad, has many
brick and stone buildings, is growr.ig 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 Park
K. E.
It is the headquarters'of three divisions of the
R. K.
It is the geographical center of the R. R.
It had immense machine shops, with' capacity
for several hundred.
It is hi the center of a very rich agricultural
countrj.
It is ;"ihe headquarters for«an immense grazing
interest;.
It is surrounded by coal, iron, copper, silver
and goltl mines.
It is 12ie supply depot for'the mines of Cooke,
Bear G nlch, etc., etc.
It has; a splendid water power.
It has pleuty.of pine and fir timber.
It has: an abundance of pure water and a mild
climate. .
It is the youngest town in America 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 rond from Duluth west. Some six
or seven lime kilns are now in operation, also
plenty of brick and fine brick clay. Hot springs
exist (176° temperature) within twelve miles of
town, whica-excell those of Arkansaw. The Uuion
Pacific R. 11. 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. Lots for sale by
C. LIVINGSTON & CO.,
63 E. Third street, St. Paul.
WM. G. ROBERTSON,
REAL ESTATE
AND
FINANCIAL AGENT
(Successor to D. A. Robertson & Co.. the oldest
real estate agency in Minnesota.)
No. 7 McQuillan Block, cor. TMrfl & WaUaslaw.
HEZEKIAH HALL.
(Established in 1872,)
BEAL JEST ATE AGENT,
Corner Third & Robert streets, (in Savings Bank,)
ST. PAUL, MINN.
Buys, Sells, Collects, Pays Taxes, Negotiates
Loans, etc.
R. W. J OHNSON,
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
+MAXNHEIMEK BLOCK, - - ROOM 11,
St. Paul. - - - Minn.
GRISWOLD & TEEPLE,
Real Estate & Loan Brokers,
KO. C 3 EAST THIICT STREET.
St. Paul. - - Minn.
MRSTWALLIS,
The Great Medium of Spiritualism,
Can tell you the present and future and even
can show you the one jou 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-
Tich avenue, corner Seventh street, the Union de
pot and Fort street cars pass the house. Only
'ladies received. 103-93
STEAMERS.
DIAMOND JO LINE STEAMERS,
For Winona, La Croßse, Dubuque, Rock Island,
Burlington, Keokuk, Quincy, St. Louis
and all Intermediate Points.
The elegant, popular and fast electric light pas
senger steamer
SIDNEY,
James Best, Master. H. C. Lttst, Clerk.
Leaves St. Paul, Friday, June 2", at 12 m.
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.
Office and Dock opposite Union Depot. City
Office in St. Paul, corner Third and Jackson.
Office in Minneapolis, 16 Washington avenue
South.
ST, LOUIS AND SU>AUL PACKET CO.
ELECTRIC LIGHT LINE.
MISSISSIPPI VALLEY PRIDE!
THE MAGNIFICENT SIDE WHEEL STEAMER
ST. PAUL.
Wx. Thompson, Master. S. Gbejtnell, Clerk.
Departs ilinrsflay, June 26. 10 a. i.
FOR ST. LOUIS AND WAY POINTS.
Financial crisis in Freight and Ticket Rates,
lower than the lowest to all points East, South
and Southwest.
Information readily granted by
A. DELANY, Agent,
Levee and 334 Jackson street.
NOTICE.
WM. B. CONANT,
Real 1 listale, life and Fire Insurance
,V '').• and General Broker, ' ;
'■-'.'' r>'^': '■.'•"•vii'-i-r-.**•.■■. '" ;:"-: '■''■■■.>?•> -■-- - :
Formerly of. the City, of Albany, N. V., desires to .
call J the:'attention • of ;: the s citizens ■ of.- St. Paul .•
(wishing his services in the above kinds of biißi- :
incus, ) that he has taken rooms in Presley Block, I
first tloor, ' and will 'bo | happy to j serve j them, in I
whatever capacity they require. Property taken ;
charge of, rented, and collections made, on call, ;
at moderate rates. !"tK -T ':"',[ "■. "."• ■ v ';•.. ,
;. N. B.—Drafts and Bills of Exchange : old for i
use in Europe, France and - the' Netherlands, at '
low rates. -,■ .' ',".»1.:.V • .178-84 :
;••: / v." •; ■;■ 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 Min
neapolis, at the foot of
Jackson ; and Sibley
streets.'.'.: -• - ' *
■ ■ Trains will start from and arrive. at temporary
Union Depot, foot of Rosabel street.'. ' \- :
":. ;'■■..■• "-■";'>-,?.•">.'; JW. 11. DIXON, :
164* General Northwestern Pass. Agent.
■- . :.'. FUEL DEALERS. . ....
Great |i|ii iiilsl;
cms & mm,
41 East-Third Street.
,-, - Established in 1864. .. "
Coal & Wood
Egg, Grate .';.'. ''.. T.'.i $8.50 per ton.
Stove, Nut ..7. ......... i..:.'.... 8.75 per ton.
Other kinds in proportion. Dry Pine Slabs $3.50
{Sf Orders' can be left with Jellett & Co., cor
ner Seventh and Wacouta. '- , .
PROPOSALS FOR VKMRING.
. The contract to Veneer , School House in \ Dis
trict No. 27,' Ramsey county, will be .let. to the
lowest responsible bidder. . Dimensions 40x65,
24 ; foot studding. .; Schoplhouse situated ; near
Minnesota : Transfer. ,-- Address all communica
tions to the subscriber, St. Paul, box 467. ' "
178-81 ... v , D. A. J. BAKER, Director. :
.'". : :\s ASTROLOGY.
MADAME GANDEESON,
European Astrologist, Magnetic Physician and
Business Medium—Can tell both the past, present
and future of your whole life, and ask no ques
tions but your age; can tell of absent' friends,
and if you can succeed in I any undertaking, and
at what time the ; Planet of Fortune will benefit
you, either' in business: or matrimony also, all
medical 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,
corner of Seventh. •j. „.- :; ;•■< ' ■ ■
\ : LA. Wl ON BROTHERS. _
XTTEST SIDE PROPERTY is on the stir.
Business, PROPERTY is on the prop-
Business, residence, vacant and acre prop
erty is moving rapidly. 1 At 175 Dakota | avenue
is offered the most complete list of west side
property in the city. Houses on monthly pay
ments. Call and examine our list before • pur
chasing elsewhere. - LaWtonßros. ■ 174-80
; :; X.A AUCTIONS.
ERY; CHOICE RESIDENCE PROPERTY
on Summit avenue" at auction—l will sell at
auction, on the premises, corner of Summit ave
nue and Dale street, on .Monday, June 30, at 10
o'clock, a. m., one hundred and seventy-one feet
frontage on Summit avenue, to-wit: Lots 12, 13
and 14 of Weed & Willius' re-arrangement of
block 20 of Woodland Park addition. These lots
are 143 feet in depth to a' 20-foot alley, and are
situated in the very center of the wealthy resi
dence. portion of the/city. ' In«the . immediate
vicinity of the elegant homes of Hon. Herman
Greve, George, R. Finch, Esq., W. A. Culbertson,
Esq., Hon. W. " D. Cornish, Hon. E. Simouton,
Hon. C. W. Griggs, A. O. Foster, Esq., and
others. The ground lies beautifully, being admi
rably adapted for residence purposes, while the
surroundings are all thai the most exacting mind
could desire. Summit-avenue, with the new
boulevard extension to the .river (a distance of
about six miles,) will make one of the finest resi
dence avenues in the country, rivalling in natural
beauty the far-famed Euclid avenue of Cleveland,
Ohio, and surpassing Fifth or Madison avenue of
New York. I Those, who ' are desirous of profiting
by the marked improvements to be made in the
immediate future will bear this in mind and be
on the grounds on the day of sale and compete
for the -possession of 'property, the value. of
which cannot bo computed in dollars and cents.
Terms one-third cash, balance in one and two
years at 8 per cent, interest. ■ "
,- ■. ;■;-:•• P, T. KAVANAUGH, Auctioneer.
.-' 174-182 :.■:■ ..... . . ••■ -.
VERY IMPORTANT SALE OF SUBURBAN
VILLA : PROPERTY AT , AUCTION—The
beautiful Palisade addition, consisting of 323 dif
ferent pieces in lots,; blocks and acres, to be sold
under the hammer. I will sell at auction on the
premises on • Tuesday, July Ist, 1884, commenc
ing at 10 a. m., and continue until all is sold, the
Palisade addition to St. Paul. This really beau
tiful addition commands the east bluff of the Mis
sissippi river for a distance of nearly three-quar
ters of a mile, along the brow of which the Sum
mit avenue of upper: St. Paul, Stewart avenue,
forms a magnificent drive. : Fronting this avenue
for over 3,000 feet lies some of the finest resi
dence sites in the northwest. Running back from
the river to west Seventh street (the great busi
ness thoioughfare of St. Paul) lies Palisade. addi
tion, traversed by Stewart, Rockwood and Benson
avenues, • West Seventh; Raukin, j Springfield, 1
Madison and Alton streets. The land is admira
bly adapted for business, purposes, the drainage
being natural and perfect. The situation of these
lots j is. at once commanded and destined to be
come in the near future the I very center of [ the
fine residence portion' of '". St. Paul. :To those de
siring property for immediate improvement, or
for speculative purposes, that will yield a hand
some profit in a short time, this property stands i
without an equal. : : Away from the .: bustle and
turmoil of traffic that form the great objection to
life in .a" "city like St. Paul, yet within twenty
minutes' drive of the very center of business, its
quiet and its natural advantages make it | espe
cially desirable as : homes for our business men,
mechanics, for -. everybody who can - enjoy home
comforts. j ;.- ■;: ' . > ■ ' -
-: :. i - .' P. T. HAVANA Gn, .
177-83 . "-.'.-"'-;■' ■ ,{: . -. 'Auctioneer.
FARM MACHINERY AT AUCTION.—
X? .- sell at auction at my salcstand , corner of
Third and Cedar streets, on Saturday, June 28th,
commencing at 10 a. m., a lot of farm machinery,
consisting- of . one harvester, one seeder, horse
rake, fanning mill, plows, harrows, etc., etc. "
: ' : : ■; .P. T. KAVANAGH, ;. . '
178-80 ;J'' \ .":",' , Auctioneer..-.
FOR SALE—A pair of fine "r Morgan driving
-C. '.i horses, full brother and sister, • five and six ■
years old, well matched, weighing eleven hun
dred pounds each, jet black, <,very, ~ stylish and
showing a good '• gait. For ■' future particulars
address W. R, Henderson, Northfield,"" Minn.'
-; ';v-0- J?.- -i :■'.■■: 178-83 : ; , V; ;;:-;■ \r::}.r-
FOR SALE—A most desirable residence with-
JL!.:;' in 10 minutes' walk ;of Bridge - square, a
corner lot, 50x150 feet deep, situated . one block -
from the | face of Prospect Terrace j bluff; has a
commanding view of the } country, a good house,
cellar, and cistern water, - also a barn 16x22 feet
with ! out i building?, v sidewalks, t a fine I garden,
shade y trees, % lawn and;' flowers lin -, abundance.
Will sell for : $2,500, i part cash and balance: on
time. • 403 Winslow avenue, corner Delds street,
West St. Paul.- .;-:: ,-;\;. ■ :,-:.".■ -„ 178-80
UUj'-' \r : REMOVAL SALE. :■■;■ "/■ - ■ ■'■
FOR the next 30 days goods will be : Bold :at
"-*- '-'■■ great sacrifice. Refrigerators and ice cream
freezers specialties, J 188 East Seventh. Wolter- "
etorft & iloriu. - ■ ;'-.•:. •■ ■ .-. - '■'■ •■■ ■ 176
FIVE CENTS A LINE
SITUATIONS WANTED./ „'
WANTED —By * a young, man, \ place jto do
; chores ' for ; board, morning; and I evening.
Address B, 14, Globe office. -".■■ • '■".', 1: 178-84 -
WANTED — a lady of experience,! a posi
, tion , as lady's nurse.'Best of references.
Apply at No. 50 Debow street. ,;■':.. •• ;£ 174-180
WANTED-^- A place to ' take ,: care of horses
-'.. and such work • about - the house ":as •is
needed. ' Address A. this office."iy' ".:■;" ■> 172-78
:'. -'.• situjs.ti<jj*tt vfjntttteoi'v • ;<s£
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; np stamp for reply. Please address Reliabl!
Man'f'g Co., Philadelphia, Fa. '.V tu,th,sat&suel
WANTED— A Rood ■ starcher and ' irdner and
washer to work in laundry."." Ham Mod
Hong, 98 West Sixth street, corner Market.-• ""''
,'■'- ■■■.-. -■-.• , " 173-79 .. ■" :'"'.'■■:'.'l r; ■'-.'■
WANTED —Two experienced lady .agents to
V V :; solicit orders for an entirely .new, article
in this. city. :. .Big. inducement.. .309. Robert
street, second floor. V '. .....'.;. 173-78
•.-•'. -..- .■ ■ ~ . Males. - ..-.- '„ ,;,: ;,--.; y
WANTED —A man to work in . saloon* In
quire at 298 Rice street.' j Good references
required. '.'*.: :. „-.178
Wf ANTED. — about 17 years •. old »to work
-.VV in grocery... Address A. B. this office. •*_£.
XT/ANTED— Three good men to sell the Singer
VV : Machine in the city. : Apply 'at office, 27,
West Third street. - , .. •. . .., 178-80 .
WANTED — coachman and house
man, with references. Apply at 584- Sum
mit avenue, beyond Mackubin street. . •'..': > -' 178-84
ANTED— ; first-class barber, corner
Washington and Seventh streets. *-_! -~i >
-■ -'■ ' : 171-80 ■ „ I .■•
ANTED—A barber at No. 185 East Seventh
VV ■ street. • ■.'.-■;, V. ..■'■. :.- 178-78
WANTED —A young man about 18 years of
,'• age, to take care of horse and do chores.
German preferred: Luke Como Hotel, ''-'v 172-78 •
WANTED— Agents, for "Gaskell's Compen-
I dium of Forms," the best selling book in
the United States; Chicago Installment Book
Company, room 30, Mackey & Legg Block, Min
neapolis. ■ : - 159-188 &
"■'■ ' ■ -: . Females. ''■: • '"• .".'.". i ".fe"
W 'ANTED— girl for general houses
work. . Must be good cook. • Apply to 128
Summit avenue. .C. J. A. Morris.. ... . - 178-84
ANTED—A girl for general housework"
.VV ,817 Chestnut street. . "- 173*
ANTED—Two girls at 382 Robert ■ street,"
Merchants dining room. - ■ ■ 177-83
A COMPETENT girl for general • housework
can find a good place and good wages I at
534 Summit avenue, v. ' , 170-81
GIRL WANTED—for general"housework," at
49 West Fourth street. • ' ~ ■ '- 103*
~ ",. . . FOR RENT. . ■ -•■.'■•; ' ;-f
FOR RENT—Stock farm in West~St.~Paul. 1
X? Apply to Mrs. Annie 11. Mintzer. . .'. 177*
mo' RENT— «44 East Seventh street, cor-
JL ncr Wacouta. : Inquire on premises.
• . .-■•-. , ■ ■■ ' ■' 176-82 - -
FOR RENT—The second story of : the new
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 WolterstorfE & Moritz. . : 150
T7TOR RENT—The store building 1048 and 1050
X) West Seventh street. Inquire No. 307 Ro
bert street. . ; 149*
'."• .. .' Rooms.
ONE nicely furnished room with board, 552 St.
Peter street. Also, day board.. •- , 177 :
EOR Rent—Furnished rooms, with or without
board,"at Peter Godbout, 246 E. Fairfield
avenue, West St. Paul.- .'. 174-181
FOR RENT— unfurnished rooms, wood i
shed j and kitchen. Also two - furnished
rooms. One block from Metropolitan hotel, old
No. 120 West Fourth, new No. 163. ■: ■ 175-77
FOR RENT—House ; 573 Jefferson avenue
7 looms. Rent $18. Inquire H. B. Mont
gomery, 49 West Fourth street. 174-76
FOR RENT— furnished front room 45
Jj . West Tenth street. , . 167*
" . ■ •'.'-.■•'•: JUuumna .
FOR RENT— new house, six rooms and
kitchen, three closets and - cistern. Also
three rooms up stairs, next house, to a family
without children. ' Inquire of C. Casey, 698 East
Fourth, near Maria avenue. .. ■ .'.'• 174*''"''
FOR~RENT— A nine-room dwelling at No. 115
-EJ \- Banfil street, old number 6. i Apply to John
Grace, No. 76 Mcßoal street. " ' 165
FORRENT —A cottage house with 9 rooms,
JO ■ in thorongh repair, at $35 per month. Ap
ply to J. A. Sabin, Davidson block. ', ''_.. 159*
FOR RENT— cottage with four rooms,'
Pantry and closets, good water and every
convenience. Apply to J. C. McCarthy, Sixth
ward. . . , 270*
TO ■ —House of six rooms on Ohio,
street. Inquire of P. R. McDonnell, grocer,
corner George and Ohio streets, Sixth ward. :"! •'
•■'■'■ '■ ■ _ '...Jj' '.... 175* '
'•' ' FOR SALE. ' .. ' . ■. .
FOR SALEAt a bargain—one pair of driving
JD horses, well matched and perfectly gentle,
also, single family horse, perfectly gentle. ' Call
at James King's barn, corner of Fourth and Ce
dar streets. -; ", : " " \ ' .178-79
FOR SALE—Piano, Hallet & Davis • square
grand, recently bought, cost $650. -Will sell
for cash at a sacrifice, or trade for city lot. i Ad
dress 11, 9, Globe. " ' , :: ■ '177*.
7^l HEAP FOR CASH— second-hand thresh
\J ing engines; one 40-horse power boiler;
four portable boilers. Apply at Foundry office,
on Fourth street, corner Robert. ■ - 169-213 ;
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 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
: MISCELLANEOUS. "':
"VTOTICE— wife, Mary Cooney, left me
-Li from bed and board without any reason. ■. I
will not be responsible for any debts she may run
in my name. '•- f.pJK:-.^ 1'; „ ..'... ...■-..
177-79 ■ PATRICK , COONEY. :
PARTNER wanted with $700 $1,000, sober,
X.', active and reliable, to help, extend, a light,
clean and profitable manfactnring business. Big
profit" and without competion,.' address ' H.
Bockovcn, St. Paul. ■' , • 177-78
WANTED— Lady room mate, 129 W. Fourth
street. '/ ■ 174*
STOVES STORED away for - the ' season.
x Called for and put up again in the fall. -Call
or address Joseph Haag, 309 West Seventh street.'
■" ■.■.-■; '•; .-■;. ■ . 89* ;;- m- ■ ."■ •:•■.- ?
: miscellaneous REAL estate. .''■
$1,500, will buy one of the best farms in Grant
county, with house of 8 rooms, house alone
cost 81,200, 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.. Fahwell & Co., Third and Jackson.
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 j George
W. Turnbull, 343 .Exchange street, city. ~" '.223*
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE— choice tarm,
X?;,' fully improved and located one - mile ' from a
good town, and will sell cheap. ; Farwell &'■ Co.,
Third and Jackson streets, r ? :. ■'-'.".'_ 'r<- T\?ivi
-..■..■- >yiCOLA~T>B~AUC~TiONS. ;. Kv . ,\
QQ FINE RESIDENCE LOTS ON DAYTON'S
€)£) '::■ Bluff at auction. I A. H. Nicolay. will sell
at auction on Thursday, June . SOth, 1884, at 2 p.
m., on the ground, 83 desirable : building lots in
blocks 1 and 4, Lockwood's addition, to St. Paul.
These blocks are : bounded by Forest,; Mendota,
Cook and 5 Magnolia streets. A portion lof this
property is set : apart for a park and is situated
in the immediate vicinity of the extensive | lum
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 1 liberal ~ and % title -\ perfect."
can pay $25 cash on day of sale
and . $5 . a month on ■ each ; lot :■. until paid for.
buss will leave the Merchants| hotel at
1:15 p." m. and my office No. 70 East Third street
at 1 -.30 p, m., sharp, on day of sale. . .
- -_ - A. H. NICOLAY,
172-79 : : .?:*■*■ Auctioneer.;.
\".: "~~ '.'■': '■ :'-'. : '■.■'■■ ',_'■' "."'.'''■"" CLOTHIERS. • ■ :':'*:•■,. -"■-'::,
SATTLER BROS,
One-Price Clothiers,
A \ 91 and 153 East Third Street,
:a; !. 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
; Siaiiimer ©nits!
Best Materials, Newest Styles, Guaranteed Pits
and Lowest Prices!
SA rITLER BROS.,
91 and 153 East Third street, St. Paul, Minn
;' M l__l_l_l_^______ '__ ' - ■ "' ' ' % ■:..-,.- ■-•/
- ' ' MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.:
weberT pianos.
Acknowledged by Jrtists the Best in the World.
ffi S, 1?, 01h^« 81iperi to the Weber and none that can compete with them
«>* ""lability.— Carreno. ■
< H.at T^Pn °i th 6 Web? r Piano £80 sweet ' rich and sympathetic, yet so fall,
Thiirsb - alTva rank yOU as the greatest manufacturer of the day.—Emma
sAiebfin^ 1103 6XCeI aU others •in volume of tone and in power of expression.—
ma Abbott 6 D Pianos in the worid that susta! n the voice like the Weber.—Em-
E. O. MXJ^(^R;^eiit,:St.:PaTil.
■■;'.;" ' SEND FOR CATALOGUES. .
;:V|': : :. . .; TAILORING.'I!!:.- . ' .
FI2STE TAILORING.
ftUWll if iIHW 3()EasiTMr<lstreet,
Iflilll/flll $ Mltßl, St. Paul, Minn.
" FERGUS FAHET,
MEEOHANT TAILOR
58 East Third Street. . •
; latest styles of Imported Goods always on hand.. Perfect fits guaranteed.
■'■'"'■-; : '. , ' BOOTS AND SHOES '';'-//.
~e. ii. scbim; *_
Boots _i Sloes, Jm
New Styles Daily Received, -
331 WaDasliaw street C0r.41
\'A' : . .-''V^-; . STANDARD SCALES. : '/ ■■''^- <-. ■ ; ....A--r■'<■'•
" FAIBBANKS' STANDABD SCALES!
Eclipse Wind Mills. Tanks and Pumps,
Smith- Steam Pumps and Boilers, - ;
'.'.'.'. ■v. . Hancock Inspirators, Lubricators, etc
F4IRBMKS, MORSE & CO., ■ 371 & 373 SiMey street ;
' , '-"/.■ v - . ' BUSINESS COLLEGE. • ' •-.'r'."""'
AND TELEGRAPHIC INSTITUTE
Hm long established its claims to public favor and has now enteied upon its 15th vearnna«
the mom favorable auspices. Send for cat* ague, giving full particulars. -Northwest cor Seventh
. and. Jackson streets. ./ • — ,
; U '-\ 5 ...';■."■ • "W. A. FADDIS, Principal.
. WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS, ♦
ISTOTTJSS, BROS, & CUTLER, ,
IffIPORTERS II WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS.
" ■'■> 68 and 70 Sibley street, corner Fifth, St. Paul, Minn. .
[.''"'- SOOT A2TD BHOJi DBALBBaT
SO. 89 EAST THIRD STREET,
ISCJIHjEEKZ <fc CO.t
ilU* O¥ Mo 1 iUlili? DiaMl,
ynsji Soofs k Sloes,
'.^B^^is. •: st Paul Agency for BUET'S, QBAY'S,
OLD'S, and Many Others.
-.""•sggfr i_^" Mail orders promptly filled.
;; ,/J' _ , , •.* \, ' , .TANNEB3. .'; " .;
-A James McMillan & Co., S
"."'■; .. -: ';r ■:■ . . ' Proprietors of the ' ' ' N'-.."■cv'l l"-
MINNNEAPOLIS SHEEPSKIN TANNERY,
'"-A ■ •*" ' AND DEALERS IN : .
\ k: .:.. HIDES, SHEEP PBLTS, WOOL AND PUBS,
"^ ,1-2;-- ■ 109 First Aueuuo South, MINNBAirOIiIS,MUnr,
": foment* solicited. Write for oirc-ulare. ' 7-. .•.. .. . , -
'. :-|. .. DRUGS. • MUSICAL. .
iiTnew~quarters. LAURAW.HALL,
i :, ' Pi J. DREIS, '. MUSIC ROOMS 102 WESTERN AVENUE,
' •■;'.'. . -■ Head of Ashland Avenue, St. Anthony Hill,
GeneralDruggistl ™a e Lko P
" L^tUed inhisele^t *•*- pup, ORGAN AND HARMONY
Corner Mill anil Saint Peter s!ree!s. thorough instruction guaranteed.
Where can be found the finest and best of Drugs, References: ,Hiss Marie Geist, Principal of
Perfumery, Toilet Articles, Patent Medicines. Musical Conservatory, No. 127 West Third street,
' etc. '-■ Also, all kinds of Garden and Flower Seeds st- Paul ; also on Personal application, reference
in their season. ■ ■ to the numerous families whose daughters she
.-.-■.•- : - ____ - has taught and is now teacu.ng will be given.
P"B.TI!ftP"RTPTTn"WR A S'Pii'r'T AT.TT • Also, • Agent for "Brainard'a Musical World,* •
gB&BCBIPTIOirB ASPBCIAJiT^ the oldest and best mngica . journal published.
1 ->* — Subscription $1.50 per annum. -
'■; :- , DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS. ' '- ' ■■ ■ •'-'
-H :'^' NQTIC^ E OF ELECTION;
K3 \Jll\\ -.Ba -55^i ««'• ,X 9' *s> MS '•'."• ' ' ■••' ■'■• St.' Paul Ciiamber or Commerce, )
fl H ">SJ^^ H V NQT^ QF ELECTION^
| 83 *<. ,! H w^, _| St. Papi-CnAMBEB op Commerce, )
mm ■■_ J^\ {• « ~*" S St. Paul, Mikjtesota, 21st June, 1884. (
H-23|H' fa DiQ?S»\\ B.'^'M ■ Notice is hereby given that the Annual M«©t-
H °-' ' : I ■ 'J 3—- m ing °. the St. Paul Chamber of Commerce for the
W O'.l »-DCI 1 f~\ ff election of a Board of Directors, will be ' held on
'^(kCJrV/'iJJ \(jy .' • a Monday, 30th June,at the room of the chamber,
' -^^«»^'i ,*». >\ << '■ - •^■__—^ .; corner of Third and Robert.' streets. The poll*
„V :T. incorporated. "-. will be open from 9a.m.to 12 noon. ,
'■,The Leading ST. PAUL Manufactory of ; ->' 174-182 V C. A. McNEALE, Secretary.
SASH, DOORS, BUNDS, <k ■', gborge w. gettt,
■V- - I-Have in Stock ;:. ;■ ; "iS AA m "RTTTT T^TT'T?
lip! BO AI M BUILI)EE.
Yellow Pine Flooring and Hardwood Lumber, white beak, .... . • mink.;
BAGX.KHIBEEIAJXO SEVEN COKNJBtcaj • «un&Uld4w

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