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THE CITY. I
The county jail is being whitewashed.
The board of public works met and ad
journed last evening without transacting any
A prosperous teachers institute was held
at Hutebinson last week, in which eighty
teachers were in attendance.
Tl^e sale of seats for the Callender min
etrels opens at the box office at the Grand
thin morning at nine o'clock.
It was an unhappy day for drunks yester
day, and nearly a dozen were run into the
city hall in all stages of intoxication.
Tbe Kl'V. Father Cornelius, of M.-mlot;i,
will have a grand picnic cm the 4th of -Tilly.
The reverend father will deliver an oration.
Adjutant General MacCartby bus appoint
ed S. A. Pierce first and 8. C. Pond second
lieutenant of company &., 2d regiment, at
Quite a number of St. Paul citizens will
be in attendance upon the National Educa
tional association which will convene at
Madison, Wis., July 15, for a three days'
J. Geiselman is about to erect a four story
orick block, to be used for stores and dwell
ings, on the north side of Seventh street,
between Cedar anil Minnesota, at an esti
mated cost of $18,500. •
Sheriff H. M. Richardson of Olmstead
county, delivered Frederick Grover to War
ded Reed of the state penitentiary, yesterday,
under sentence of nine: months thereto for
luiassjuilt with intent to do great bodily
E. F. Walsh resigned his position as city
detective yesterday, simi deputy slieriff J.
O'Connor was appointed by .Mayor O'B«ien
to iiil the vacancy. The many friends of
"!•;•_: D:in"' will be pleased to learn of his
\\ . VY. Prendtrgast, assistant superintend
ent of public Instruction, who returned from
HeCloud county jesterday, says that all the
crops arc looking finely, wheat and outs be
ing headed out. the Btraw being large and
tender, while corn is knee high the stalks be
ing of a deep dark green color.
A driver of one ofMicbaud's grocery de
livery wagons was found on a wild drunk
drivinj: from saloon lo saloon in the north
part of the city yesterday afternoon byOffi
eer Fitzgerald, and on attempting his arrest
he fought so like a tiger that be was knocked
t£mvn by the officer with his club, when he
fastened his teeth Into Sullivan's loir, biting
through his pants and underwear, inflicting
an ugly wound. It took Hires oiliccis to get
him into the patrol wagon and four or live to
coll him up at the city ball.
Mr. James 11. Banner, grocer, Jefferson
and Wolf streets, Baltimore, Md., says: My
wife's arm was severely scalded, aud she re
ceived instantaneous relief, by two applica
tions of St. Jacobs oil. Fifty cents per
E. L. Brooke, Win oua, was in town Tues
J. J. R. Dodes, of Hastings, was in the city
J. F. Bropy, Eau Claire, was at the Wind
Hon. E. W. ;Durant, of 11 water, was in
the city yesterday.
J. H. Parsons came down from Devil's
Hon. J. A. Bowman of Detroit, Minn,
was In the city yesterday.
D. W. Bergstrom of Neenah, Wis., was at
the Windsor lust evening.
E. Butler, Jr., Ft. Keogh, M. T., was at
the Merchants yesterday.
George M. Sargant, Chicago, W. J. Nellis,
Albany were at the Metropolitan yesterday.
H. P. Hubbell, Winona, and D. McCor
mick, Rush City, visited St. Paul yesterday.
J. 11. Wing, Bayfield, and W. D. Scott,
Seattle, W. T., were at the Metropolitan last
C. K. Wing, of Fargo, and G. IT. Atkin
son, of Portland, Oregon, passed July Ist in
The familiar stride of Hon. C. A. Gilman,
of St. Cloud, was seen on Third street yes
The Windsor hotel entertained H. M.
Clark, Duluth, W. E. Fitch, Syracuse, N. V.,
F. G. Holton. Chicago, Tuesday.
C. R. Bacon, St. James; W. J. Ives, Hutch-
IniKm; Ed. Allen, Winnipeg; F. W. Bell,
Baruesville, registered at the Merctiauts yes
Smifonl Walkcrson, a prominent business
Dan of Pierre, D. T., was in the city yester
day, making pleasant calls araoug the St.
Mr. F. G. Connelly, the special rcpresen
tatlve of Forcpaugb's collossal show, was in
the city to sec that no one escapes who wishes
to take in the greatest entertainment on the
Theodore Roosevelt, of New York, came
In from Dakota yesterday, looking fresh and
brown from his Dakota farm. He took room
85 at the Merchants, and left for the east on
the evening train.
hit.- itfiir Luke.
Grand Moonlight Excursion this evening, on
•teamer Dispatch and barge. Music and dane-
Ing. Trains leave Union depot at 6:05 and 7:15
p. in., returning at 11 p. m. Steamer connects
with trains at Cottage Park.
Trie Minstrel Festival.
The sale of seats for the three nights, com
mencing Thursday, of Calender's Colossal
Congress of Ce'cbrities begins at the Grand
Opera house box office at nine o'clock this
morning. Public expectation is on tip oe
for the coming of the greatest minstrel com
bination now upon the stage. Each feature
of the entertainment is a specially, and the
music is of the most pleasing order. All
communities evince a great interest in this
line of entertainments, mid as Calender's
' is the best there is no doubt but that St. Paul
•will bestow upon it such audience* as its ex
cellence merits. The entertain are
only for Thursday, Friday and Saturday
evenings, with a Saturday afternoon enter
tainment for the pleasure of ladies and
children. As the engagement is a brief one
all too brief in fact, there is the more reason
for securing seats early. Such a minstrel
• opportunity is rare, and should be cuioved
to its full measure.
J. A. Hanley general freight agent of I .c
Minneapolis & St. Louis road, is In St. Paul,
A. O. Canfield, recently agent of the
Northern Pacific at Helena, will take charge
of the Northern Pacific freight office at
The Crops. ~~~
There is a fine prospect of crops in the south
ern part Of the state. A patch of about
i four miles square, of which Blue Earth City
irthe center, is suffering for want of rain
none having fallen before the shower of last
Momhv for six weeks, and even if rain
came now it would be late to benefit genet*]
irops. But other than that patch, southern
_ Minnesota makes grand promise for the
White llfar Lake.
Grand Moonlight Excursion this evening on
•tvamer Dispatch and huge. Music and danc
ing Trains leave Union depot at tS:OS and 7 T>
Horse and Boon Stolen.
[Special Telesram to the Globe |
• Jauestowx, Dak., July I.— La^ Saturday
«r stranger about twenty-rive years old"
dressed hi the garb of a farmer, applied at
Haflßt«d'i livery rtable, of this city, for a
hone nd rig to drive i at afew miles in the
country where he was having some breaking
done. He was given a good sorrel horse and
•;vn buggy, to ho cone two hours, an ,i has
not been heard of -■.„.., . It is now believed
uvwas a Vrook an.! played the farmer to gd
. iwaj .'with the Uam:.' fr
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LOCAL MENTION. /
White Boar lake, July 4,. trains ! leave union
depot «very. hour. ';■ • ■ .
i->» Attention Fireman. ' s
All the old firemen in the city are requested to
meet with the present . fire department associa
tion nt engine house. .: No. 1.: to-day at ■ 2 p. m ;
sharp to attend the funeral of our late brother
fireman, Bftrtlett Presley, by request of the mem
bers of the present fire department association.
. ■":' '"' ' R. C. Wiley, President. :
Louis A.' llisrtl; Secretary. - ■
White Bear lake, July 4, trains leave union
depot every hour.
Removal Sale. •
For the next 30 days goods will be sold at
great sacrifice.' , Refrigerators and ice cream
\Voi.Ti:i:sTonrF & .\loi:itz,
183 East Seventh.
■ The most important public sale of the sea.-on
will lie the action sale to-morrow, at 8 o'clock,
corner of Fourth! and Minnesota streets. It is
very desirable property and is to be sold on very
easy terms, with 5 per cent, interest on deferred
Don't forget to attend the auction sale of the
two lots on Fourth street to-morrow afternoon.
See our Want columns for full particulars.
, White Bear lake, July 4, trains leave union
depot every hour. ■';•.■;.■-..■. .. •-• ■
Reduced Rates to Democratic Convention.
j The Chicago, Milwaukee. & .St.: Paul railway
will sell round trip Excursion tickets to Chicago
and return, for $10:80, rom St. Paul and Minne
apolis. Sale begins July 5, closes July 8, and
i tickets are good to return until July 14.
The advantages of the use of Dr. Price's
Special Flavoring Extracts are decided, as they
are put up in bottles of lull measure : they are
made from the true fruit.- and aromatics, without
poisonous oils or ethers; they are three times
i the strength of the ordinary kinds, and impart a
delicious, flavor, .while others soon have a turpen
tiuy taste and odor. \
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 5H.25 per ton, for July
sales only. Orders can be left at corner Twelfth
aivd Robert streets, and corner Kittson and Sev
| enth streets. All kinds of wood at lowest prices.
' Send in your orders. '" . • ';_?
J. WAGENER & CO.
SMITH— Fargo, 1). T.. July I, 1884, Fuller
Smith, M. 1)., of St. Paul, aged sixty-two
Notice of funeral hereafter.
PRESLEY— At 3:3O o'clock p. m., June 30, 1884,
Bartlett Presley, aged (53 years.
Funeral from his residence, Dayton and Sum
mit avenue, Wednesday, July 2, at 3 o'clock p.m.
~" ~ — — . .
Tbis powder never varies. A irnirval of purit
strength and wholesoraeneas. More economical
than the ordinary kindit, and cannot be sold in
competition with the multitude* of low U-st, short
weight, alum or phosphate powders. Sold only
in cans. Botal Baklnu Po>vi)tu Co., 190 Wull
street. New YoxK.
For Winonn, La ('rosse. Dubuque, Hock Island,
Uurllngtoii, Ki'okwk, Qatecy, St. Louis
and all Intermediate PoinU.
The elegant, popular and fast electric light pas
WM. RONAND, . CHARLES MATHER.
Leaves St. Paul, Friday July 4, 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
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
Chicago, Montreal & Boston
THE WHITE MOUNTAIN ROUTE,
Commencing July Ist, trains leaving Chicago
at 3:21 p. m. daily for Boston and New England,
make through connections, arriving at Montreal
next day at 7:00 p. m., boston 8:00 a. m.
Trains leaving Chicago daily at 8 :30 p. m.
arrive at Montreal on the second morning and
Boston at 8:00 p. in.
Trains for White Mountains and Portland leave
Montreal at 9:00 a. m. and arrive at I'abyan
House at 3:45 p. m,, Portland, 8:00 p. m. and
old Orchard beach at 8 :30.
Observation cars on day train?. . Day Pullman
are and through tickets can be obtained at 103
South Clark street, Chicago, Union station, cor
ner Polk street and Fourth avenue , and at all
coupon ticket offices in the west and northwest.
W. C. ANDUUS.
General Western Agent,
ISI-Gin 05 Washington St., Chicago.
GEORGE W. GETTY,
BOW BOATS AND OARS FOR SALE.
WHITE BEAR. .... MINN
I N \,UN'S I Ro N I
1 TONIC BITTERS :1
The most Elegant Blood Purifier, Liver Invigora
tor. Tonic, and App«iizer ever known. The first
Hitters containing Iron ever advertised in Ameri
ca. Unprincipled persons are imitating tbe name;
look out for f«wdg. See >O /JT)/-*-.
that the following sittnn- jr flJjO>*fj t / *■
tnr^ is on every bottle and A'jtjf /rt l ///
lal nor.- other: /V 7 »<-'T\
ST. PACT, JIIXX. \Jr Druggist 4 Chemist
More than 20 years' use of strictly
Reliable Fabrics, made in the most
Artistic and Durable manner possible
has made for the '
MADE OHlit 1 O
the mast enviable reputation of any
Goods produced. They are sold by
first-class \ retailers throughout . the
country. Ask your, dealer for them.
THE ST. PAUL DAILY GLOBE. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 2, 1884.
-.V REAL ESTATE. ;
THE BEST ;
We will sell iiy^aod faith to the highest bidder
AT AUCTION,! jM
50x100 ft. 8, E. Cor, Fourth and Minnesota
an:! 30x100 ft. next, east, above,
On the Ground, at 3 p.m.,
i. 1111 l hiicij 9 J 111 j v,
On very easy terms — }& cash, balance 2 years at
5 percent.; or it purchaser builds, ,}\ cash, at
end of 2 years" time extended at current rates,
if desired. ; ■; -.-...
This is on onr main wholesale street, on which
more costly structures have been erected in last
5 years than on any other street iii the city, and
on which Globe office, the 3 six-story blocks of
the Davidsons, the German 'bank, -Wilder &
Drake's s^i-Btory blocks are now going up, and
on which Court house and Club .house, and
Arcade block will noon 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 j
..-■ H. S. FAIRCHILD & SON.
McMillan & mmm,
DEITOG & YEmiiTM a SPECIALTY.
Jobbing Promptly Attended To.
Agents for tie Buckeye Stoves & Ranges
The Best in the World.
116 West Third St. , op. Metropolitan Hotel,
ST. V PAUL, MINN. 180
NOTICE OF ELECTION.
St. (,'iiamhkh op Commerce, )
St. Paul, Minnesota, 21st June, 1884. )
Notice is hereby given that the Annual Meet
ing of the' St. Paul Chamber of Commerce for the
election of a Board of Director?, will be held on
Monday,' 3oth June, at the room of the chamber,
corner of Third and Robert streets. The polls
will be open from 9 a. m. to 12 noon.
174-188 C. A. McNEALE, Secretary.
Wnt tionjn Coal.
GRIGGS & FOSTER
Offer the best grades of , Anthracite Coal.
Egg and Grate $8.00 per ton.
Stove ' and M 8.25 " "
41 EAST THIRD, COH. CEDAR,
' M Beflilioi to §T
GRIGfIS. & FOSTER,
. 41 East Third Street.
Established in 1861
Egg, Grate $8.50 per ton.
Stove, Nut . . 8.75 per ton.
Other kinds in proportion. Dry Pine Slabs 53.50,
Orders can be left with Jellett <£ Co., cor
ner Seventh and Wacouta. • ..'.• ...
DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS.
The Leading ST. PAUL Manufactory of
SASH, DOORS, BUNDS, &c
Have in Stock
100,000 feet of DRY WHITE OAK FLOORIS6.
Yellow Pice Flooring and Hardwood Lumber.
EAGLE STKEEI' AND >t VKN CORNERS
FIX ASCI AX. ,
on furniture, pianos. in residence without re
moval. Al«o on life insurance policies, horses,
wagons, and all other collateral security, at low
est rates. E. &F. Peters, 2S3_ Sibley street, op
posite Union depot. - 300*
ACKEY'S LOAN OFFICE— Notes bought,
money loaned on furniture, pianos, horses,
wagons and personal property at low rates, with
out removal. Unices. Room 7, First National bank
building, corner Fourth and Jackson street, St.,
Paul, and Room 7, Mackey & Legg block, corner
of Fourth and Nicollct, Minneapolis. . 2&-207
OANS on Life Ins. Policies. L. P. Van
LOAN* on Life Ins. Policies. L. P. Van
Norman, No. 245. Ist Aye. S. Minneapolis.
" LAWTOX BROS.
CALL at 175 Dakota avenue when in want of a
' good bargain in West Side property, busi
ness residence, vacant acre, improved and unim
proved property in all localities, offered on terms
andfor cash. Houses and lots on monthly pay
menu, Lawton Bros. % ' lsl-87
"DOARD WANTED with unfurnished rorm for
Xj man. wife and girl *5 ; years old. locality
' mast be pleasant and terms moderate, in private
family. E, 9, Globe office. • 'l£t
Fl H>T-CLASS board. al#o handsome rooms for
1?.. rent." tarnished or naforaished. central | k>
i cality. R*f»«iacea exchanged. '47 Summit aTe- '
IN NEW YORK
Is on the Boom.
Residence Property on Side Streets in
tbe Vicinity of Central Park is
Selling at $1,500 per
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
thiug 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.
S.W. €or. Jacksou & Fifth Sts.
We have just platted and now offer for gale
lots in the .Minnesota Addition. This addition
lie* adjoining the great -machine shops of the
Northern Pacific Railroad Company, which are
the largest and must extensive on the line of the
road, those at Brainerd alone excepted. The lots
are started at very low prices 825 to 875 a pieces
nnd will show a very handsome advance by fall,
Livingston ig leas than two years old, with a
population of over 3,000 people, is the brightes
town on the Northern Pacific Railroad, hag many
brick and stone buildings, is growing very rapid
ly and ba^ea her claims for making a large city on
the following grounds:
It is the gateway to the Rational Park.
It is the terminal point of the National Park
It is the headquarters of three divisions of the
It ie the geographical center of the R. R.
It has immense machine shops, with capacity
or several hundred.
It is in the center of a very rich agricultural
It ie the headquarters for an immense grazing
It is surrounded by coal, iron, copper, silver
and gold mines.
It is the supply depot for the mines of Cooke,
Bear Oulch, etc., etc.
It has a splendid water power.
It has plenty of pine and fir timber.
It hus an abundance of pure water and a mild
It is tbe youngest town in America with a
National Bank and a daily newnpaper; it also has
two weekly newspapers and the best hotel in
Montarfu. It has the only deposit of limestone
on the line of road from Duluth west. Some Fix
or seven lime kilns are now in operation, also
plenty of brick and fine brick clay. Hot springs
exist (178 ° temperature) within twelve miles of
town, which exccll those of Arkansaw. The l.'uion
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 tbe vicini
ty of Livingston, ore putting in a plant of
seventy -five coking furnaces. Lots for sale by
C. LIVINGSTON & CO.,
63 E. Third street, St. Paul.
\VM. B. CONANT,
Real Estate, Life and Fire Insurance
• and General Broker,
Formerly of the City of Albany, N. V., desires to
call the attention of the citizens of St. Paul
(wishing his services in the above kinds of busi
itiess,) that he ha« taken rooms in Presley Block,
first floor, and will be happy to serve 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 and the Netherlands, at
low rates. .■;fhv' 178-84
WM. O. ROBERTSON,
(Successor to D. A. Robertson & Co.. the oldest
: < real estate agency in Minnesota.)
No. : 7 McQuillan Block, cor, Third & Wabasliaw.
. : i , (Establishod in 1872.)
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
Corner Third & Robert streeU. (in Savings Bank,)
.^•:-; ; ST. PAUL, MINN.
Buys, Sells, Collects, Pays Taxes, Negotiates
■•••, • -;': Loans, etc. '.
~rTwT john sonT"
!! REAL ESTATE AGENT,
I MANNHEIMER BLOCK, '- - ROOM 11,
■ . ', ;■ •■ ■ f :'*■'■'* '*■-■■■■
St. Paul. ; ... Minn.
~ GRISWOLD & TEEPLE,
Real Estate & Loan Brokers,
NO. C 3 EAST TIUKJ) STREET.
St.Parjl. f/mj I [I-' Minn.
AVERIL [■ PAIWT COMPANY'S
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.V 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, " Rankin. Springfield,
Madison and Alton streets.- The land is 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
come in the "near iatare the 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
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, ita
quiet and its natural advantages make jit espe
cially desirable as homes for oar business men.
mechanics, tor everybody who can enjoy home
comfort*, • .<
■ : ' P. T. KAVANAGn,
177-83 ' . , Auctioneer.
- ' REMOVAL SALE. L ,
' FOB the next 30 : days goods will 'be sold at
; Jl '£. great » aerttce. •^Refrigerators and ice cream
I freezers specialties. JsS East Sefeath/ Welter- 1
[ etorff & aioriu. - . ' " '" '-:%':*!*}
FIVE CENTS A LINE
, ; : r'-V SITUATIONS i WANTED. '-'■'■'- jl\ ';
ANTED— By : a • young man, , place ;; to do
chores for board, morning and evening.
Address B, 14, Globe office. 178-84
situations ors'XJtiED.r ;;'.• -\
WANTED— Ladles or gentlemen in ; city; or
Vi country to take nice, i light : and 'pleasant
work at their own homes; $2 to $5 a day easily
and quietly made ; work sent by mail ; no canvass
ing: no stump for reply. Please address Keliabl
Man'f'g Co., Philadelphia, Pa. tu,th,sat&suel
ANTED A good live man to start an jnde
pehdantnewspaper at Henderson. A first
class town that,. wants a paper the people can
support. 184-190 ;
WANTED— Good size boy for night work at
the District Telegraph office, 'corner 4th
and Kobert streets. 164
TTT ANTED— A barber at No. 185 East Seventh
WANTED— A barber at No. IHS East .183*
WANTED — Man to do general work and drive
team. Apply S. Mayall, 10 East Third
street. ■ ' -,-. . . ' 183-184 !
WANTED— Young, man who writes well and
quickly, active, intelligent and of -good
habits; one who resides with his parents pre
ferred. Address, stating age in applicants hand
writing, 0. B. A., Globe office. 179 |
ANTED— Agents 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. - ' 150-188 ;
GOOD washer and ironer wanted. Hong "Wah
laundry, 98 West Sixth street, corner of
Sixth and Market streets. ,", - . "V . 183-9(5
WANTED — Two Scandinavian girls, cook and
house girl. Both must be competent, and
to ouch good wages will be paid. 'Inquire at 43!)
Laurel avenue. Street cars pass in front of
house. Mrs. K. W. Johnson. . 183-185
WANTED — A girl to do general housework.
Apply 335 Pleasant avenue. 182-188
WANTED — girl for general house work at
010 West Seventh street. . 181-87
"\T7" ANTED.— A girl for general house work at
- V> 012 Mississippi street. 181-83
WANTED — 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,
317 Chestnut street. 173*
WANTED— girls at 382 Robert street,
Merchants dining room. ' ' ' - 177-83
• FOR REST.
TO RENT— The second story of the new ele
gant "Weed Block" — now in course of erec
tion — 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. Wolterstorff & Moritz, 183 East Seventh
FOR RENT— Stock~f arm r in~Weß~t~St7 I Punl.
Apply to Mrs. Annie K. Mintzer. 177*
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 Wolterstorff & Moritz. 150
FINELY furnished front room with board, and
bath, also day board. 20 College avenue.
. . 184-185
TO — Four rooms suitable for house-
JL ■ keeping; man and wife preferred. 741 St.
Peter street. ,' ' 184
TjiOß RENT — rooms for two ladies, at
JD 100 East Sixth street, between Robert and
Minnesota streets. ■ • ■ 184*
NICELY furnished rooms for rent. Apply at
451 St. Peter street.. 181-83
mo RENT — to rent on Ohio street. In-
J- quire of P. R. McDonnell, grocer, corner
George and Ohio streets, Sixth ward. . 175*
FOR SALE OR RENT— To a small family, a
well built house with all modern improve
ments. No. 397 East Ninth street. -188
FOR RENT— A new house eight rooms, No.
612 Mississippi street. Apply second door
or to C. M. MacCarthy, Capitol. 181-186
TTOUSKS FOR RENT— Between Twelfth j and
XI Thirteenth streets, on Robert, Uri L.
Lamprey. ■ r v":. ? 181*
TWO houses to rent on St. Peter street, with
all modern improvements. Apply to 58
East Third street. 180-85
FOR RENT A new j 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— nine-room dwelling at No. 110
Banfll street, old number 6. Apply to John
Grace, No. 76 Mcßoal street. , 16.5
FOR RENT— A cottage house with 9 rooms,
in thorough repair, at $35 per month. i Ap
ply to J. A. Sabin, Davidson block. 159*
IJIOR RENT— A. cottage with four rooms,
. Pantry and closets, good water and every
convenience. Apply to J. C. McCarthy, Sixth
ward. 4 '.':v\V'. * 270*
FOR SALK, .'■.:.
OR S~ALE — A most desirable residence with"
in 10 minutes' walk 'of Bridge square, a
corner lot, 50x150 feet deep, situated one block
from the face of Prospect Terrace bluff; has a
commanding view of the country, a good house,
cellar, and cistern water, also a barn 16x22 feet
with out buildings, sidewalks, - a fine garden,
shade trees, lawn and flowers in abundance.
Will sell for $2,500, part cash and balance on
time. 403 Winslow avenue, corner Delos street,
West St. Paul. 184-193*
FOR SALE— The undersigned desiring to quit
' business, will sell "his fish market, .located
at stall No. 3, Public Market. Is anxious to fell
this week, and will offer it at good figures. A.
Williams. . 184-185
FOR SALE — arrived, four fine single
driving horses, at N. Foley A Co.'s livery
stable, near post office. 184
FOR SALE — 80,000 roll*. Bankrupt stock of
wall paper. Han?in<:, 10 rents a roll, at 387
North Fort street. Work warranted. 184
FOR SALE One four-horse engine and boiler
complete, in good order. Inquire at Franklin
Machine shops, corner of Sixth and Cedar Streets*.
FOX SALE — A good, clean etock of builder*'
hardware, with lease of store in beet location
in city ; good reasons for selling. Wollerstorft* it
Moritz, St. Paul, Minn. 180*
FOX SALE — A pair of fine Morgan driving
horses, full brother and sinter,- five and nix
years old, well matched, weighing eleven hun
dred pounds each, jet black, very stylish and
showing a good gait. For future particulars
address W. It. Henderson, Northfield, Minn.
FOR SALE — Hum.' & Davis square
' grand, recently bought, cost $350. Will sell
for cash at a sacrifice, or trade for city lot. Ad
dress 11, 0, Globe. 177*
/^IHEAP FOli CASH— Ten second-hand tbresh
("fHKAF YOB CASH— Ten second-hand tbresh
\J ing engines; one 40-horse power boiler;
four portable boilers. Apply at Foundry office,
on Fourth street, corner Robert. 169-313 -
lost AND FOUXD.
OST— On June 19, a brown water spaniel
puppy, six months old. Wore collar marked
"Monte, 251 Rice street." Finder return to 251
Rice street and get reward. .180-82
STRAYED — A small bay mare with sore fore
leg. A reward will be given to anyone re
turning her to Shiek's livery stable on Fourth
etreet near Jackson. J. Fairchild. , 179-81*
STRAYED— horse, about 950 pound*,
with halter and short piece of rope, Bring
to 453 Selby avenue nd receive $5. 182
STOVES STORED away for the season.
Called for and put up again in the fall. Cull
or address Joseph liaag,3O9 West Seventh street.
... S9* ■ , " ■ •
3IISCELLAXEOUS REAL ESTATE.
$1,500, will buy one of the best farms in Grant
county, with house of 8 rooms, house alone
cost 51,200, only one mile from the county scat,
10 acres of the handsomest grove of trees in the
state, thU property mast be sold in the next 10
days.' Fiewill & Co., Third and JacksGii.
FOR SALS — The following desirable lots: lots
J? corner of Pleasant avenue and Sixth street,
2 lota on Rice street, between Iglebart and Til ton
street. 10 lota in Irvine's second addition, front
ing on Seventh street, (end of bridge) ; 12 lots
in Irvine's addition to Weft St. Paul; also a well
established paying business. Apply to George
W. Toxaball, 342 Exchange street, city. : 223*
TT'ORSALE OR EXCHANGE— A choice Jann,;
X 1 ; folly improved and located one . mil» from a
good town, and will sell < heap, Finrcll & Co*
| Third sad Jsckaos streets, - * ,
91 East Third Street,
Headquarters in St. Paul for Summer Clothing.
Men's, Youth's, Boys' and Childrens'
: - Light Weight
KjJLjU ± ±±± JN fur,
. v ■ . ' • ' ■ J v ?
In endless varieties, and at lowest prices. If
you want to keep cool, visit
. 91 East Third street.
Acknowledged by Artists the Best in the World.
f I know of none superior to the Weber and none that can compete with them
for durability.— 1 eresa Carreno. . .
♦w h ? V" 1 ™ 0 ? tb6 Weber Piano Is so sweet, rich and sympathetic, yet so full,
that l snail always rank you as the greatest manufacturer of the day.— Emma
. J. li in* soy •
c VVeber Pianos excel all others In volnme of tone anil in power of expression.—
a. Liebhng 1 . * *
There re no Pianos in the world that sustain the voice like the Weber.—Em
E.C.MUNGEE, A^ent, St. Paul.
SEND FOR CATALOGUES.
: • • TAILORING.; . ♦
.;;-/, FERGUS FAHEY,
' 58 East Third Street.
T .^ e latest styles of Imported Goods always on hand. ' Perfect Qtfl guaranteed.
BOOTS AND SHOES
Boots ail Shoes,
New Styles Daily Received.
-: ' ■ WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS," !
NOYES, BROS. & CUTLER.
IMPORTERS AID WHOLESALE EiliSß
68 and 70 Sibley street, corner Fifth, St. Paul, *inn.
TANNERS. " ~^
James McMillan & Co.
Proprietors of tHe
MINNNEAPOLIS SHEEPSKIN TANNERY
j£ AND DEALEHB IN *
HIDES, SHEEP PELTS, WOOL AND PITHS
inmertßßolidted. Writ, for circulars. *'"' Aae<me «*' " U " nulou * M "*•
STANDARD SCALES. " ' "
::FAIEBANKS' STANDAED SCALES!
Eclipse Wind Mills Tanks and Pumps,
. Smith-Vaile Steam Pumps and Boilers,
:-' Hancock Inspirators, Lubricators, eto
FAIRBANKS, MORSE & CO., ■ 371 & 373 Sibley street 1
AND TELEGRAPHIC INSTITUTE
Has long since eiUMiilicd its claims to public favor and has now enteied upon It., 15th yearuntl.
»d Jackso a n C^rS :J aUtI ' Iteß> '**' '*"'' glVlDg tU>l articular,. SorthwJcor "e "Jt
W. A. FADDIS, Principal.
_ BOOT ABO HHO3 DBAIJESB.
schdudek: & CO..
kSO. 89 EAST THIRD STREET,
nil Boots Ulis.
Ist. Paul Agency for BURT'S, GRAY'S.
REYNOLD'S, and Many Others.
H JCtT" Mail orders promptly filled.
LAKE MINNETONKA via. MANITOBA LINE.
Double Track ! S 1 1 o rt Hoi jte ! .<c> 1 1 i<;k Time !
St, Paul 9:30 a.m., 1:30 p.m., 4:30, 5:30, 6:15, 11:45 p.m.
Minneapolis 10:00 a.m., 1:58 p. m., 5:OO f 5:58, 6:43, 12:13 p.m.
Wayzata 10:20 a.m., 2:20 p.m., 5:20, 6:20, 7:0.1, 12:35 a.m.
Mißnetonkaßchlo:3oa.m r , 2:30 p.m., 5:30, 6:30, 7:L5, 12:45 a.m.
Minnetonkaßch*7:oo,'B:oo, 9:00 a.m., 12:00 m., 5:00 p.m., 10:30 pm.
Wayzata *7:1O,*8:1O, 9:10 a. m., 12:10 p.m., 5:10, 10:40 p.m.
Minneapolis *7:30,*8:30, 9:30 a.m., 12:30 p. m., 5:30, 11:00 p. m<
St. Paul *8:OO,*9:OO, 10:00 am., 1:00 p. m., 6:00, 11:30 p.m.
*Exrcpt Sunday. 11 :*5 p. m. train on Saturday only rims to Mjnneaprjlit.
BBISBIN & FAKWELL,
Corner of Wakshaw and Fonrth streets.
," -^ p,:' Over Express Office. (
tnjp». . I? lA. 1 U JKUdSfI ■
KENNEY & HUDNER
IMu«)«WMt TIM StcMti
Opposite Metropolitan iiotei.