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THE CITY.
CITY GLOBULES.
Geo. T. Barr filed his bond with the secre
ary of state yesterday as treasurer of the
itate normal school at Mankatp.
A fleshy lady was blown from the Bidewalk
on lower Seventh street in yesterday noon's
tmateur cyclone and deposited in the middle
af the street on her back.
A $720 back pension for a veteran at
Brownton was received at the adjutant gen
eral's office yesterday and two small back
pensions for St. Paul parties.
The St. Paul & St. Croix railway company
yesterday filed papers in the district court
praying for the condemnation of the right of
way through sections 14 and 15, township
20, range 22.
The committee of arbitration on th.c dam
age to the saloon corner Cedar and Seventh,
in the recent disastrous conflagration, as
sessed the amount at less than fifty per cent.
The bnilding inspector assessed the amount
at more than fifty per cent., and the action
of the committee reverses his decision.
Assistant Secretary of State A. F, Nordine
will deliver the oration at the Fourth of July
celebratiou at Benson, where besides the in
tellectual festivities there will be a big day
with a fine company parade, base ball, rag
muffins, etc., the Willmar band furnishing
music for the occasion.
A Montana sheriff having obtained posses
sion of A. A. DeLean on a requisition of the
governor of that territory on the governor of
Wisconsin lodged him at the county jail last
aight. DeLean is being taken back for
having committed embezzlement at Jones
burg, Montana.
The St. Paul Street Railway company have
discarded the yellow card board ticket in use
so long and commenced selling in place
thereof yesterday a coin-shaped pale blue
celluloid about the size of a nlctde, on one
side of which is lettered "St. Paul Street Car
Co," and on the other "One Fare."
The center of the acutcst agony is found
by St. Jacobs Oil, which cures.
PERSONALS.
J. G. Ilackett, of the Canadian Pacific, was
in St. Paul yesterday.
. 1). A. Btacey, a surveyor of Dulutn, was
visiting friends at the state capital yester
day. ,
State Auditor Vr'. W. Braden returned from
his two week pleasure trip northward on
Saturday evening.
W. C. Van Home, general manager, and
J. M. Eganj general superintendent of the
Canadian Pacific road, were in St. Paul yes
terday. They were accompanied by Colling
irood Schreiber, chief engineer of Canadian
railways in Canada. Mr. Van Home is on bis
nay to Montreal.
AT CHICAGO.
I Special Telegram to the Globe.l
Chicago, June 30. — E. M. Coughran,
Sioux Falls, is at the Sherman.
H. L. Daniels, Minneapolis, is at the Tre
mont.
George E. Avery, Detroit, Minn.; George
W. Mason, Eau Claire, and W. E. Cullen,
Montana, are at the Tremont. \-£ f
. Hon. W. L. Hallister, Austin, is at the
Grand Pacific.
Northwestern ers at the Grand Pacific:
M. L. Sanders, J. 11. Bacon, R. W. Matthews,
Mrs. G. W. Cross, St. Paul; J. T. Noyes and
wife, Faribault; John H. Knight and wife,
Ashland; T. J. Syns, Winnipeg.
Mrs. J. P. Larkin, St. Paul, is a guest at
the Palmer.
Geo. C. Stone aud wife, St. Paul, are
•topping at the Palmer.
Among the northwesterners quartered at
the Palmer are John D. Howe, St. Paul ; B.
C. Jenkins, Aberdeen; T. M. Barry, Minne
apolis; C. H. Wagner, D. 1). Morse and C.
M. Morse, Win on
THE COURTS^
United States Circuit Court.
[Before Miller, Justice.]
Peter Valley vs. Saulspaugh and others for
$16,500 damages for injuries caused by de
fective machinery; jury out.
E. J. A. Drennan vs. The London Insur
ance company; on trial.
[Before Nelson, Justice.
Lucy G. Hall, executrix, vs. N. P. Rood,,
brought to recover $5,000 for the death of i
her husband, on trial.
District Court.
COURT CASES.
| fort! Judge Simons. I
William Davis vs. Samuel 1). Lord; con
tinued to next general term.
.1. \V. Davis vs. Samuel 1). Lord; contin
ued to next general term.
Edward Wulther vs. S. 1). Lord; rein
xtnteil in the calendar and continued to next
general term!
• Smith »£ Wymaii vs. J. J. Headley and
W. W. Cantwell; continued to July 10.
Adjourned to 10 a. m. to-day.
CRIMINAL CASKS.
[Bofure Judge Brill. |
Stiitc of Minnesota, vs. Herman Smith,
forgery; verdict of guilty as indicted.
State of Minnesota, vs. F. M.Burlison and
Michael McDcrmott, larceny; both pleaded
guilty and wore sentenced to two years each
in the penitentiary.
SUite of Minnesota, vs. Goo. Brown and
Carl Fiukholner, assault with dangerous
weapons; verdict of not guilty.
■State of Minnesota, vs. Chat. Sehlclf, bas
tardy; dismissed.
Adjourudd to '.>::!() a. m.
NKW (USES AND I'AI'EUS FILED.
f Win. J. Godfrey vs. Frederick Kinsman,
ct al. ; suit, to quit title to lot 3, section 14,
town SO, range '23.
Denis G'llalloran vs. James Gannon; af-
Bdavit of attachment tiled.
<;. K. Sterling* Co. vs. Smith & Howard;
judgment demanded in the sum of $500;
alleged to be due on promissory notes.
In the matter of the petition of the St.
Paul A St. Croiz Railroad company to con
demn certain lands. The land across which
a right of way is asked, is as follows: NW ' 4
of section 15, township 89, ranee 23, west;
SW < 4 of NW Xof section 15, township 29,
range 39 west; SE > 4 of section 15, township
88 west; the 810 acres of the NE l 4 of sec
tion 15, township 89, range 83 west; S }4 of
NX ! 4 of section 15, township 29, north of
range 88 west; NW }{ of NE % of section
14, township 29, range 89 west.
In the matter of the petition for a receiver
of the property and estate of Mayo A: Clark ;
the petitioners, Messrs. Nichols & Dean, and
Averill, Russell A: Carpenter, pray that, the
defendants may be adjudged to be insolvent
and that a. receiver be appointed to take pos
session of their estate. The petition will be
heard ou Saturday at 10 o'clstck in special
term.
I'nttMitr Court.
[Before Judge McGrorty.J
Estate of Johu J. Nash, deceased; petition
lor administration filed; hearing July 23rd
at 10 a. m.
Estate of D. D. Mitchell, deceased; same:
heariug July 25th, at 10 a. m.
Estate of Mary Ann Russell, deceased; de
cree made assigning estate.
. Estate of Elmer Crawford, deceased; Rosa
C. Crawford appointed administratrix.
. Estate of John Connelly, deceased; peti
tion for license to seß reafestatc filed; hear
iug August IS, at 10 a. m.
Vtntiripil four!.
. [Before Judge Burr. |
J. Quill, disorderly conduct; committed
for tweuty days.
W. Wilson, assault with a dangerous
weapon : held to the grand jury. ~ *
Kate Filbert, disorderly conduct; forfeited
113 bail.
X. QBsHn, drunk: committed forfive days.
F. Johnson, drunk; dismissed.
Ed. Anderson, drunk and disorderly; paid
$10 tine. , '
H. M. I.itteil. obstructing streets; dis
missed.
Arthur Hoffman, larceny: continued, until
. vo-tlay .
Fire at Anjrusta, Wis.
." •.:. ISpecUl Corre!>pondeuce of the Globe. |
J»' 2s. -Joseph MoaticliTs barn and
coutcnt* Ten entirely destroyed by fire at
11 o'clock FrL'.-iv ;b.t • Loss $->QO. Par
; Uillj insured. Origin of the arc unknown. I
Mahtomedi Personals.
The past week at Mahtomedi has been
pleasant and lively, and fishing never was
better.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Cherrier, of Malone,
N. V., are here spending the summer with
their daughter, Mrs. C' C. H. Smith.
C. C. 11. Smith has just landed his newly
purchased' sailboat the "Only Son." It is a
dandy sailor, and Charlie well knows how to
manipulate the cauvas.
The ministerial institute begins here July
21. Bishops Foss and Niude are both ex
pected.
Rev. J. W. Hamilton, D. D., of Boston,
one of the greatest preachers of the "Hub,"
will preach and lecture here at the assembly.
July 25 is looked for as a great day at
Mahtomedi, when Signor Jannotta will con
duct a chorus of 1,000 children.
There are to be several large picnics at this
place next week from St. Paul.
LOCAL. MENTION.
To any one desiring a line suburban Villa site,
the sale of Palisade Addition presents unusual
inducements. The location is healthy, the view
magnificent, the drainage simply perfect. Con
veyances will leave the Merchants hotel at nine
o'clock sharp.
Removal Sale.
For the next 30 days goods will be sold at
great sacrifice. Refrigerators and ice cream
freezers specialties.
WOLTERSTORFF & MORITZ,
183 East Seventh.
For property that will rapidly enhance in value
no better chance has been offered than the
auction sale of 323 lots, blocks and .acres in
Palisade addition, which takes place on the
grounds to-day, Terras easy.
To Publishers ami Newspapers.
I have for sale cheap, different kinds of elec
trotypes, including some comic ones, lake Bcenes,
trade cuts' railway and lake maps, also one of
Stillwater, Minn. All varying in fize from ten
inches plate surface to fifty inches. Price 10
cunts per inch, no cut for less than $1 . <-'all or
address Geo. B. Hall. Publisher, 222 Nicollet
avenue, Minneapolis, Minn.
For property that will rapidly enhance in value,
no better chance has been offered than the
auction sale of 323 lots, blocks and acres in
Palisade addition, which takes place on the
grounds to-day. Terms easy.
Reduced Kates to Democratic Convention.
The Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railway
will sell round trip Excursion tickets to .Chicago
and return, for $16:80, from St. Paul and Minne
apolis. Sale begins- July 5, closes July 8, and
tickets are good to return until July 14.
Palisade addition, one of the finest suburban
residence sites in the vicinity of St. Paul, will be
sold on the premises on West Seventh street at
10 o'clock this morning. Conveyances will leave
f Merchants hotel and my office, 49 East Third
street, at 9 o'clock a. in., sharp.
The ladies of the ' First Presbyterian church,
will hold a lawn festival, on the grounds adjoin
ing the church, corner Lafayette and Woodward
avenues, this evening, Jnly Ist. Strawberries
and ice cream will be served. - -..
Palisade addition, one of the finest suburban
residence sites in the vicinity of St. Paul, will '..i;
sold on the premises on West .Seventh street at
10 o'clock this morning, Conveyances will leave
Merchants hotel and my office, 49 East Tnird
street, at 9 o'clock a.m., sharp.
Notice.
Prices on all grades of Anthracite Coal reduced
50c per ton. We are now selling egg and grate
at $8, and stove and nut at $8.25 per ton, for July
sales only. Orders can be left at corner Twelfth
and Robert streets, and corner Kittson and Sev
enth streets. All kinds of wood at lowest prices.
Send in your orders.
J. WAGENER & CO.
.
To any one desiring a fine surburban Villa site,
the sale of Palisade Addition presents unusual
Inducements. The location in healthy, the view
magnificent, the drainage simply perfect. Con
veyances will leave the Merchants hotel at nine
o'clock a. in. sharp.
DIED.
LYONS— At residence of parents, 078 Mississippi
street, Willie, infant son of Michael and Mary
Lyons, aged '> months and IS days.
Funeral from residence today at 2 p. in,
Friends Invited to, attend..
PRESLEY— At3:SO o'clock p. m., June 30, 1884,
liartletl Presley, aged OS years.
Funeral from his residence, Dayton Sum
mit avenue, Wednesday! July 2, at 3 o'clock p.m.
Absolutely Pure-
This powder never varies. A marval of pnrit
etrenjih and wholesomenoss. More economical
than the ordinary kind?, and cannot be sold in
companion with the multitudes of low test, short
weight, alum or phosphate powders, Sold only
in vans. Rotai. lUiu.nu PowdekCo.. 196 Wail
street. New York. .V*
STEAMERS.
DIAMOND JO LINE STEAMERS.
ForWinona, La Crosse, Dubuque, Rock Island,
Burlington, Keokuk. Quincy, St. Louis
and all Intermediate Points.
'■ maim » im . ■■ —1 1 »»ihi iili» ■
The elegant, popular and fast electric light pas
senger steamer
PITTSBURGH
HON KILI.KEN-. LARRY CUBBERLY.
Master. Clerk
Leaves St. Paul, Tuesday July 1, 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 host or dust.
Through tickets to all river and- interior points
via river und rail. Low rates, including meals
and berth.
A. G. LONG, Acent.
Office and Dock opposite Union Depot. City
Office in St. .'Paul, corner Third and Jackson.
Office in Minneapolis, 15 Washington avenue
South. •/.'•'":
ST.LOUISAND STJPAOL PACKET CO.
ELECTRIC LIGHT LINE.
THE FAST AND RELIABLE STEAMER
WHITE EAGLE,
D. R. Atßi-KY. Master. N. G.". Rhodes, Clerk.
Departs Tuesday, July Ist. 6 p n.
FOR ST. LOOS AND WAY POINTS.
Financial crisis in Frright and Ticket Rate*,
lower than the lowest to all points East, south
and S>nt!iwe«t. v ,
Information readily granted by ! *
A. I>ELANY, A^-ent.
- - . , Lercc and 22 1 Jac&eos ttrect.
THE ST. PAUL 13 AiLY GLOBE. TUESDAY MORNING, JULi „ ,o^.
:;>. ■" ' v REAL ESTATE:. }'X',-
THE BEST
itual tST3T6
'■'■'■ I EVEE OFFERED
IT AUCTION !
In St. Paul.
_l LX KD Lim J_ <X» L4JL*
We will sell in good faith to the highest bidder
AT AUCTION,
50x100 ft. S. E. Cor. Fourth and Minnesota
and 30x100 ft. next, east, above,
On the Ground, at 3 p.m.,
Tlnrs flay, July 5,
On very easy terms — }■£ cash, balance 2 years at
5 percent.; or if purchaser, builds, % \ cash, at
end of 2 years" time extended at current rates,
if desired.
i > "■ '■'■' ■
This is on oar main wholesale street, on which
more costly structures have been erected in last
5 year? than on any other street in the city, and
on which Globe office, the 3 six-story blocks of
the Davidsons, the German bank, Wilder &
Drake's D'/J-story blocks are now going up, and
on which Court house and Club house § and
Arcade block will soon be built. It is a rare
chance to make an idvestment in the very heart
of the city on easy terms, and we expect to see a
large company present and some lively bidding
H. S. FAIRCHiID & SON.
181-85 • Auctioneers.
GAS FITTERS. jj " ?'■ \ \
Mcquillan & thurstok,
PLUMBERS,
TINNERS, and
GAS FITTERS,
de;ting& pTlji™ a SPECLILTY.
Jobbing Promptly Attended To.
Agents for ills Buckeye Stoves & Ranges
The Best in the World.
116 West Third St.. op. metropolitan Hotel,
ST. PAUL, MINN. 180
MRS. WALLIS,
The Great Medium of Spiritualism,
Can tell you the present nnd future and even
enn show you the one jou will marry, And
give you the full name of the sanv Office
hours from i) a. m. to Bp. m., at No. : 7 > Good
rich avenue, corner Seventh street, the liition de
pot and Fort street cars pass the housu. Only
ladies received. IG3-03
BPaSBIN & FARWELL. .
LAW OFFICE.
ROOM 6,
Corner of Wabashaw and Fourth streets.
*■•>.: Over Express Office. . .
NOTICE OF ELECTION.
St. Paul Chamber of Commehce, I
St. Paul, Minnesota, SlSt June, 1884. (
Notice is hereby given that the Annual Meet
ing of the St. Paul Chamber of Commerce tor the
election of a Hoard of Directors, will be held on
Monday, 30th Jcne, at the room of the chamber,
corner of Third and Robert streets. The polls
will be open from 9a. m. to 18 noon. 4 ';J
174-18:! C. A. McNEALE, Secretary.
RediietioiMii Coal.
GEIK & FOSTER
Offer the best glides of Anthracite Coal.
Egg and (irate $8.00 per ton.
Urn and i\ut 8.25 " "
41 EAST THII4I>, C'OK. CKl>:\R,
GEORGE W. GETTY,
BOAT BUILDER.
BOATS AND OARS FOR SALE.
WHITE BEAR. - . - - MINN
Miinfclhiitw *
EXCURSION.
EXCURSION
TO
Yellowstone Park!
Leave St. Paul, July 10.1, 4:05 P. I.
" MinoeaiiQlls " " 4:50 "
ROUND TRIP RATE $75:00;
TICKETS GOOD UNTIL SEPT. 30.
For particulars call at Northern Pacific R. R.
ticket office, 3*23 Jackson street, St. Paul, and
No. 10 Nkollet block, Minneapolis.
Vj jn1y1,3,5,7,0&10 . ; *
iM^i^l
Thirty -five most beautiful Tints : »Uo. White,
for inside and outside use, suitable for painting
houses', fence*, barns, bridges, roofs, walls, ceil
ings', etc. Beautiful Gloss. 1 Best Paint in the
market. Every gallon warranted not to crack or
peel off. J. P. ALLEN, Druggist, and dealer in
Paints. Oils, Glae, Window Glass, Putty, Whiting,
Brushes, etc. Sole Asrsn; for St. Paul, Hutu.
"NBHWavsnw ■ T_ke« no ether
*&**rK A if IT Mm perfectly,"
* -<"# Mr% LM M er.H-twlreCfof
m MA. ___a_^_ ■» ■ R__Ur_s_mo
ni*!<>. an weH as tho«« from r«rt"— tie phjr___E»
throughout the whole U. S., twtifj- to the worth of
BOXUCXS FOOD POX ihfastb ajto _CV__IM.
Rrqmm* no cookie*. Best food in health or tick
dw *J and 73 eta. By-Udn-nristn Book free. -,
« IIOKLICK> FOOD CO., Uacine, Win. --
: «*-Sec; by mail receipt ci race is fttujn.'^t
RKAL ESTATE.
KiLim
IN NRW YORK
Is en the Boom.
Residence Property on Side Streets in
the Vicinity or Central Park is
Selling at $1,500 per
Front Foot.

So must It be. Stocks will no longer be
the favorite investment. LAND IS KING.
ST. PAUL'S DIRT IS CHEAP TO-DAY, at
present prices. We can sell you beautiful
Suburban lots at the same figures as in 1872.
Then they had been "boomed." Now the
price is nominal. We prophesy higher values
with a good crop. Wright's Addition con
tinues the favorite, but not the only good
thing we have to offer by all odds. Macales
ter Park shares, Lockwood's addition on
monthly payments, Residences of all shapes,
sizes and prices.
MONEY TO LOAN as usual.
COCHRM&
NEWPORT,
S.W. Cor. Jackson & fifth Sts.
LMisn
MONTANA.
We have jnst platted and now offer for sale
lots in the Minnesota Addition. This addition
lie* adjoining the great machine shops of the
Northern Pacific Kailroad 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 Kailroad, has many
brick and stone buildings, is growing very rapid
ly and bases her claims for making alarge city on
the following grounds :
It is the gateway to the National Park.
It is the terminal point of the National Park
K. R.
It is the headquarters of three divisions of the
R. R.
It is the geographical center of the R. R.
It h;is iiiuni.-ii.-f machine shops, with capacity
or several hundred.
It is iv the center of a very rich agricultural
country.
It is the headquarters for an immense grazing
interest.
It Is surrounded by coal, iron, copper, Hilver
and gold mines.
It is the supply depot for the minea of Cooke,
Bear Gulch, etc., etc.
It has a splendid water power.
It has plenty of pine and fir timber.
It hag 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 newspaper* and the best hotel in
Montana. It hag the only deposit of limestone
on the Hue of road from Duluth went. Some six
or seven lime kiln* are now in operation, also
plenty of brirk and fine brick clay. Hot springs
t'Xist (170° temperature) within twelve miles of
town, which excell those of Arkansaw. The I'uion
Pacific R. 11. will soon be built to the town.
This company, I'nlon Pacific li. 11. have pur
chased v large amount of coal lands iv 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.
NOTICE.
WM. B. CONANT,
Real Estate, Life and Fire Insurance
and tieneral Broker,
Formerly of the City of Albany, N. V., de«ires to
call the attention of the citizens of St. Paul
(wishing his MrrjoeS in the above kinds of bnsl
iness,) that lie has taken mom* in Presley Block,
fir*t floor, mid will be happy to nerve them, in
whatever capacity they require. Property taken
charge of, rented, and collections made, on call,
at moderate rates.
N. B. — Drafts and Bills of Exchange sold for
use in Europe, France uud the Netherlands, at
low rates. 178-84
WM. G. ROBERTSON.
REAL ESTATE
; "v> AND
FINANCIAL AGENT
(Successor to I). A. Robertson & Co., the oldest
real estate agency in Minnesota.)
No. 7 McQuillan Block, cor. T&ira & Wabasiuw.-
HEZEKIAH HALL;
(Establishad in 1872.) ', ; '■'-
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
Corner Third & Robert streets, (in Savings Bank,)
v ST. PAUL, MINN.
Buys, Sells, -Collects; Pays Taxes, Negotiates
Loans, etc.- I
W. JOHNSON™
REAL IMAII AGENT,
MANNHEIMEK BLOCK. - - ROOM 11,
StPauL, . . - - - Minn.
QRISWOLD & TEEPLE, "~
Real Estate & Loan Brokers,
KO. 63 EAST THHO STREET.
St. Paul. - - Minn.
AVERIL PAINT COMPANY'S
KAVASAOU'S AUCTIONS.
TTERT IMPORTANT SALE OF SUBURBAN'
V VILLA PROPERTY AT AUCTION— The
beautiful Palitmde addition, consisting of 323 dif- !
ferent pieces' in lots!, blocks and acres, to be sold '
under the hammer.- j I will sell at auction on the
premises on Tuesday. July Ist, 1884, commenc
ing at 10 a. in., 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 aii>tance of nearly three-quar
! ters of a mile, alone the brow of which the Sum
j roit 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, Hock wood and Benson
avenues, -West -Seventh, Rankin. Springfield.
Madison and Alton streets. The land ii admira
| bly adapted for business purposes, the drainage
'• being natural and perfect. The situation of these
' lots - is at once commanded and destined to be
j come in the near future the very center of the
j fine residence portion of St. Paul. .To those de
! siring property for immediate improvement, or
for speculative purposes, that will yield a band
some profit in a »hort time, this property s|ands
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. ■•- ' :.' V"V '■'}. '• i ' ■/•
> „ .-_«, :;: P. T. KAVANAGH, ,
177-83 " ; ;-.. ;. . . ,^ > . > Auctioneer. '*
: BE MO TAT. SALE.
XIOR the next M days ; goods will be cold . at
.JO great sacrifice,'; Refrigerators and ice cream )
freezers spe-ialiiea. v 183 Ea»t Seventh. Walter- ■■
•tozff & Jlotiu. ;•.■ 176 j
FIVE CENTS A LINE
. SITUATIONS' WANTED. ' :'■-'■.
WANTED— By |a ] young , man, place to -do
chorea ■ for ■ board, morning and evening.
Address. B, 14, Globe office. •• 178-84
•■ '. ■'■ ■■'■■ :-_■': ' '..-. .... "■ ■ . -
:-->■- situation* OimcttßD. . .
WANTED— Ladies or r gentlemen' in \ city or
. country .to : take nice, : light and' pleasant
work at their own homes ; $2 r to $5 a day easily
■f and qnietly made ; work sent by mail ; no canvass
ing; no stamp for reply. Please address Reliabl .
ManTg Co., Philadelphia, Pa. ' tu,th,sat*suel
-'...,■ Males. . -■■'•■:
W "ANTED — good compositors, non-union;
gj Apply room 110 Merchants hotel. j 183
ANTED— A barber at No. 185 East Seventh
street. ■ " 183*
WANTED to do general work and drive
team. Apply S. Mayall, 10 East Third
street. .183-184 r
WANTED — man who writes well and .'
quickly,' active, intelligent and of good
habits; one who resides with his parents pre
ferred. Address, stating age in applicant's hand
writing, C. B. A., Globe office. ' 179
ANTED— Agents fqr "Gaskell's Compen
dium of Forms," the best selling book j in
the United States; Chicago Installment Book
Company, room 30, Mackey & Legg Block, Min
neapolis. . . _■■; 159-188 ■
' ■ " ; Female*. ■
GOOD washer and ironer wanted.- Hong Wah
laundry, 98 West Sixth- street, corner of
Sixth and Market streets. ... 183-90
WANTED — Two Scandinavian girls, cook and
house girl. Both must be competent, and
to such good wages will be paid. .Inquire at 439
Laurel avenue. Street cars pass in front of
house. ' Mrs. R. W. Johnson. : % . 183-185
WANTED — A girl to do general housework .
' Apply 335 Pleasant avenue. . .182-188
ANTED— A girl • for general house work at
610 West Seventh street. . . 181-87
~V\f ANTED. — A girl for general house work at
V T 012 Mississippi street. 181-83
ANTED— First-class girl for general house
work. Must be good cook. , Apply to 128
Summit avenue. • C. J. A. Morris. 178-84
WANTED A girl for general housework,
VV 317 Chestnut street. • 173*
WANTED— Two girls at 382 Robert street,
Merchants dining room. j 177-83
F<rR~JtKNT.
TO RENT— second story of the new ele
gant "Weed Block" — now in course of erec
—ready August 1 ; will rent with or without
power for manufacturing purposes, or will have
it fitted into offices or rooms to suit. . Apply at
once. WolterstorfE & Moritz, 183 East Seventh
street. . . - 180*
FOR RENT— Stock farm "in" West" St. Paul.
Apply to Mrs. Annie K. Mintzer. 177*
FOR RENT— second story of the new
elegant Weed block (now in course of
erection). Ready. August 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. 150
Rooms,
NICELY furnished rooms for rent. Apply at
451 St. Peter street. - 181-83
■ HIHMM . • - :
TT\O RENT— Houses to rent on Ohio street. In-
JL quire of P. R. McDonnell, grocer, corner
George and Ohio streets, Sixth ward.' : 175*
I7IOR SALE OR RENT— To a small family, a
well built house with all modern improve
ments. No. 397 East Ninth street. 181-183
FOR RENT — A new house eight rooms, No.
012 Mississippi street. Apply second door
or to C. M. MacCarthy, Capitol. 181-186
HOUSES FOR RENT— Twelfth and
Thirteenth streets, on Robert. UriL.
Lamprey. •'.•';■ " 181* r
rpwb houses to rent on St. Peter street, with
JL all modern improvements.' Apply to fig
Eaat Third street. ' . 180-85
FOR RENT A 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, 098 East
Fourth, near Maria avenue. ■ • 174*
FORRENT — A nine-room dwelling at No. 118
. Huiiiil street, old number 0. Apply to John
Grace, No. 76 Mcßoal street. v 105
FOR RENT — A cottage house with 9 room%
in thorough repair, at 835 per lrferith.' ' Ap
ply to J. A. Sabin, Davidson block. 159*
FOR RENT A cottage with four rooms,
Pantry and closets, good water aud. every
convenience. Apply to J. C. McCarthy, Sixth
,ward. : "•(.!', 270*
roil sajjs.
TTOUSEHOLiTFURXITURE, at private sale.
J.I. Parlor and dlnlitgroom furniture add cliam
lu-r mitt, cook stove, lumps and chandeliers,
book-CSM&i etc., etc; Two of the book-cafes
suitable for library of a professional man. Apply
to Ber. S. Conn, 74 Summit avenue; mornings,
from 9 to 12 o'clock. 183-85-87-89
FOR SALE— House ana lot No. 293 Western
avenue. -183
FOR SALK— A good, clean stock of builders'
hardware, with lease of store in best location
in city: good reasons for selling. WoUc rstnrff *
Moritz, St. Paul, Minn. --■ 180«
17\0li SALE— A pair of fine Morgan driving
. horses, full brother anil sister, live mid >-ix
years old, well matched, weighing eleven hun
dred pounds ■ each, jet black, very stylish and
allowing a good gait. For future particulars
address W. R. Henderson, Northtleld, Minn.
178-83 ■ :: , •-:*■■
171 OR SALE— Piano, Hullet & Davis square
. grand, recently bought, cost |6SO. -Will sell
for cash at a sacrifice, or trade for city Jot. , Ad
dress 11, 9, Globe. -. 177* . .
HEAP FOR CASH— Ten second-hand thresh-
J ing engines; one 40-hors'e power boiler;
four portable boilers. Apply at Foundry office,
on Fourth street, corner Robert. "* lU9-213
LOST AND FOUXI).
LOST — June 19, a brown water spaniel
J puppy, six months old. Wore collar marked
"Monte. 251 Rice street." Finder return to 251
Rice street and get reward. 180-82
STRAYED — small bay mare with sore fore
leg. A reward will be given to anyone re
turning her to Shiek's livery ■ stable on Fourth
strict near Jackson. J. Falrchild. -179-81
STRAYED— Black horse, about 050 pounds.
>; with halter and short piece of rope, Bring
to 453 Belby avenue • nd receive 85. 18-
M ISC EL I S.
STOVES STORED away for the season.'
JO Called for and put up again in the fall. g Cull
or address Joseph Ilaag, 309 West Seventh street.
83* . ■:■■::.■*'.
MISCELLANEOUS REAL ESTATE. ,
$1,500, will buy one of the best farms in Grant
county, with bouse of 8 rooms, bouse alone
cost $1,200, only one mile from the county scat,
10 acres of the handsomest giove of trees in the
state, this property must be ' sold in the next 10
days. Farwjell. & 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) ; Vi 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*
T7IOR SALE OR EXCHANGE— A choice larm,
X fuliy unproved and located one mile from ■
good town, and will sell cheap. Farwell & Co..
Third and Jackson streets. * .'
riSAXCIAL.
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— Notes bought,
money loaned on furniture, piano«, 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
OA2»S. on Life Ins. Policies. L. '- P. Van
Norman, No. 245. Ist Aye. S. Minneapolis.
V HOARD OFFERED. .
•THIRST-CLASS board, also handsome rooms for
X?. rent, furnished or unfurnished, central lo
cality. Reference* exchanged. 47 Summit are
nne. - ' \' - -181-189
. UIWTOS BBQS.
fi ALL at 175 Dakota avenue when in want of a
\J good bargain in West Side property,'-bnsi
ness residence, vacant acre, improved and unim
proved property in all localities, offered on terms
~ and for cash. ': Houses and lota on monthly pay :
menu, Lswion Bros. ; ' - 181-87 ;,
■'"■■■ -"T'\ v. T ; 'V; "/!■■ '".:..■ '. ' CLOTHIEBB. '■. .' '' ' _ '
Mil Uili Wm,
One-Price Clothiers,
91 East Third Street,
Headquarters in St. Paul for Summer Clothing.
Men's, Youth's, Boys' and Ohildrens'
Light Weight
■■QhKß^bS »^^m B«m^^B yft^M^Hi ■■SNUB MM^^M tB ft
• .•'...■...■' * ' ■ *
In endless varieties, and at lowest prices. If
you want to keep cool, visit
! : SATTLER BROS.,
' , 91 East Third street.
i . ■ MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.
webebTpianos.
Acknowledged by Artists the Best in the World.
■. I know of Hone superior to the Weber and none that can compete with them
for durability.— Teresa Carreno.
41 l li ;t , OII , e tlie Weber Piano is so sweet, rich and sympathetic, yet so full,
that I shall always rank you as the greatest manufacturer of the day.— Emma
Thursby.
f« Weber Pianos excel all others in volume of tone and in power of expression.—
S. Liebhng. F
There are no Pianos in the world that sustain the voice like the Weber.—
ma Abbott.
RCMUNGEE, Agent, St. Paul.
SEND FOR CATALOGUES.
• -.' ; .';\vV\ • tailoring.;'
~^ TA.ILORIIsrG-.
FERGUS, FAHEY,
MEKCHANT TAILOB,
58 East Third Street.
C3^"The latest styles of Imported Goods always on hand. Perfect fits guaranteed.
' . . ' BOOTS AND SHOES
_______U__UklNA. * - ...---.
: E. 1 SGHffIK, : ..
Boots and Sloes,
c .■•■. # ■■ • ■ j
Sew Styles Daily Received.
331 Wafiasliaw street Gor.i.
'„ '■■ ' • WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
NOYEB, BROS. & OUTLEK,
IMPORTERS WHOLESALE Mm.
08 and 70 Sibley street, corner Fifth, St. Paul, Minn,
TANNERS. ,
James McMillan & Co.,
Proprietors of the
MINNNEAPOLIS SHEEPSKIN TANNERY
AND DZALEHS IN '
HIDES, SHEEP PELTS, WOOL AND FURS
, „.•,„,. , 109 JTlrst Avenue South, MINNKAPOJUS,aaifir.
iDmor.tß Bnlicited. Write for circulars. ';* .'-..,. ««»»«*«««
• STANDARD SCALES." .%•.'-• '
~ PAIEBANKS' STANDAED SCALES!
Eclipse Wind Mills Tanks and Pumps,
Smith- Vaile Steam Pumps and Boilers,
. ■■ •■ • • Hancock Inspirators, Lubricators, eto
FAIRBIMS, MORSE & CO., • 371 & 373 Sibley street
BUSINESS COLLEGE.
AND TELEGRAPHIC INSTITUTE
Bm long »Inc.e established its cJaiir.n to public favor and has now enteied upon its Isth yearnnda
the most favorable auspices. Sena for caU'jgue, giving full particulars. -Northwest cor Seventh
and Jackson streets.
W. A. FADDIS, Principal.
— ~-' *
_VV; COOT ABO HHOI DSALZXB. -.s, 4
SCHX.IMkT&T CO..
■ NO. 89 EAST THIRD STREET,
ipias i tats & Slues,
I St. Paul Agency for HURT'S, QUAY'S,
HEYJS OLD'S, and Many Others.
H t?if~ Mail ordoni promptly filled.
■ DOORS, SASn AND BLINDS.
Ii) ll^ml
HfCOBPO RATED.
The. Leading ST. PAUL Manufactory of
SASH, DOO RS, BLINDS, &c
... .. - Have in Stock
100,000 feet of DRY WHITE OH FLOORS.
. ALSO,
Yellow Pine Flaring and Hardwood Lumber.
EAGLE BTKJCKT A>'D SEVEN COUNKUti
GAS FIXTURES.
Mil
CENNEY & HUDNER
iw v* m W«t Thiri ttntt
I Opposite Metropolitan Hotel.
FUEL DEALERS.
, Great Reiction i FiT
MS | FOSTER,
41 East Third Street. .
Established in 1664
Coal & Wood
F,.'?, Orate* '. ....'. .$3.50 per ton"
Stove, Nut • 8.75 per ton.
Other kinds in proportion.. Dry Pine Slab* $3.50
t2F"Order9 'an be left with' Jellett & Co., cor
ner Seventh and Wacouts.
TONIC BITTERS
The mint Elegant Blood Purifier, Liver Jnvigora
tor, Tonic, and Appetizer ever known. .Tho first
Bitters containing Iron ever advertized in Amen
ca. Unprincipled penwna are imitating the bum]
look out for fraud*. Sec £t /f)) a»* -■>
that the following Bi^na- /JhK^f/f/ ! '!%
tun ii On every bottle and VcyiT/ /ril^//y\.\
taV ' none other: -■--■■ A/. *^** v^» \
S'X. FACAi, Jttl>'>". L/^ Druggutk Chemist

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