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As tbe cockneyite would say, yesterday
was chilly, hot and muggy.
Sheriff Mertz, of Crow Wing county, called
upon Sheriff O'Gorman yesterday.
A lot of additional seats nave been pro -
cured to accommodate Rice park visitors.
The American house had its formal open
ing under its new lessee. Wilson, last even
The street force were paid $4, 894 yesterday
and the sewer department $551, being July
The probate court room, in Union block,
is fitted up with a rail to keep the frequenters
off tbe tables of the clerks and out of the
Deputy Sheriff Cluett had his new Smith &
Wesson revolver handed him by County Au
ditor McCardy, he having picked it up near
the court house.
Detective Ahem was the recipient of a
present from a friend yesterday of a $25
Colt revolver of forty-one calibre, and an
elegantly finished weapon.
The divorce case of Catherine P. Burns
against Jeremiah Burns, alias Jeremiah Bur
gen, was heard and taken under considera
•on by Judge Brill yesterday.
A loan of $10,000 was negotiated by the
--e*.nty authorities yesterday. The funds
•rere borrowed from the German National
American bank for a period of sixty days.
Sheriff O'Gorman appointed John O'Don
»err deputy cfcerif! yesterday to fill the va
cancy occasioned by the resignation of Dan
J O'Conncr to take a position on the city de
Sheriff H. L. Richardson, of Oltnstead
county, lodged Webster Rosier in the peni- j
tentiary at Stillwater yesterday to serve out a I
scnteiice of two years for assault with a dan- j
gerous weapon with Intent to do great bodily
Mrs. Fogg, a colored lady with a long and j
ready tongue, came into court yesterday and |
swore a warrant for the arrest of a gentle- I
man named Ed Allen. She charged him
witb stealing a couple of razors and a pair
Tho following plats were approved yester
terday bj the plat commissioners: Dawson'a
re-arrangement <>f block OS, Banning &
Oliver's addition to St. Paul; Munro's sub
division of lot 17, Moss' out lots; Brooksidc,
being a part of what is commonly known aa
Hoyt's out lots.
While riding on his pony down Maria
avenue yesterday afternoon a lad named
Wm. Bnnhof ran into a lady, Mrs. Brown,
knocking her down aud 6he bad a very nar
row escape from serious injury. Luckily,
she was only stunned. Officer Mahoney
arrested the lad and the case will be heard
Mr. R. S. Munger received a telegram yes
terday from the manager of his Dakota farm,
saying that the recent hail storm had resulted
most disasterously to the wheat crops of
Bouthern Dakota. Luckily the wheat farm
owned by Mr. Munger escaped with but
Tbe Iron Moulders' union will give a
mooulight river excursion on the G. B.
Knapp and bargee, on Tuesday, Aug. l'J.
Boat leaveg the levee from the foot of Jack
son stroet at Bp. m. Good music and danc
ing will b« » portion of the entertainment.
TlcknU 00 cenU.
Officer George L. Simons tendered his
resignation to Ohlef Clark, lust eveniue on
account of lameness. He was injured in tbe
]eg while on the force once before, and
thought be hfed permanently recovered, until
crying the work again. As thero are about
100 applications for position on the fo re
there will be no trouble- to flll the vacancy.
Considerable excitement was occasioned
nt city hall yesterday afternoon by a tele
phone messago saying that two men hud
been drowned while swimming in the .vicin
ity of tin; railroad bridge." Coroner Quiuu
drove out to the locution, but an investiga
tion did not result in the discovery of any
thing and the report is regarded as a canard.
Messrs. Ware & Malcolm, tho grocers on
the corner of Dayton and Western avenues,
met with a serious uccident yesterday. While
their man was delivering goods he left the
horse, attached to a wagon loaded with
poods, standing in the street. The horse
started to move off though not very fast, but
a few boys who were near frightened him
and lie run away, smashing the vehicle and
Scattering the goods all along the avenue.
Youk, Pa. — Mr. E. W. Spangler, publisher,
York, Ph., Daily, states that in a severe attack
of neuralgia, by rubbing the parts affected
and saturating a piece of llanncl with St.
Jacobs Oil, the great pain-cure, once only,
be wa« permanently cured.
T. J. Cray, St. Cloud, is at the Windsor.
Miller Christy, London, is at the Metro
W. 11. Grcenleaf, Lltchflold, is at the
Thot. W. Emorsou and wife, Boston, are
at the Merchants.
.1. S. Whitcomb, Taylors Falls, was at the
J. F. Williamson, Washington, was at the
Stephen P. Tmlss and wife, Salt Lake City,
arc at the Metropolitan.
Gco. ('. Dempster, Scotland, was at the
Hon. Martin Ifaglnnis, the M. C. from !
Montana, is at the Metropolitan. ♦
K. V. Pierco and wife, St. Vincent, are
registered at the Merchants.
Mrs. J. 11. Bmeatt, Miss 11. Smyscr and
Miss 11. Hazlett, Glyudou, are at tho Merch
T. J. Gray, St. Cloud, C. 11. Sproat. Grand
Forks; Win. C. Sulltvan, Mandan, and A.
11. Reed, Gloncoe, were at the Merchants
Chief John Clarke, of the St Paul police,
with the approval of Mayor O'Brieu, issued
an order yesterday, making the following
Serjeant Thomas Walsh is relieved from
duty in the lower town district and will take
charge Of the entire city at night with head
quarters at the city hall.
Sergeant 11. D. Morgan la relieved from
duty at the upper town district and will re
port at the City Hall on Monday morning
for day duty,
Acting Roundsman Lowell is relieved'
from day duty and will report for duty with
the nine o'clock relief this evening as night
Acting Roundsman Han ft will report for
duty with the with the 0 o'clock relief this
evening, as night roundsman in the upper
Acting Roundsraau Murphy will report for
• duty with the 6 o'clock relief "this evening as
night roundsman in the lower town dis
Patrolman Michael Daly is relieved from
prcscut duty, aud will report for duty with
the 9 o'clock relief this evening, and Is de
tailed as night roundsman in the lower town
The above detail is to be on duty until
further notice, aud there will be no Sunday
Conventiou of Higher Education.
A convention of higher education will be
called to order by Got. L. F. Ilubbard, pres
ident of the High school board, at Kepre
•cnUtives hall, at the capitol, Tuesday, Aug
ust 26, at 10 a. m., to continue through the
27th. The call is made by the lligh school
board, not in o£ocial capacity, but at the
suggestion of the meeting of superinten
dents and principals of high schools held in
December last, and an invitation is cordially
extended to all superintendents of educa
tion, whether of state v city or county, and to
all instructor* to higher education* whether
of high school, academy, normal school, col
lege or university, including private,denom
inational and state institutions, as also
member* oX Uwnls ol ctiuca
tion. The design of this meet
ing is the free discission of questions j per
taining to the organization and methods of
work in this general department of education
and the following will be recommended for
Its consideration : . V
The province of the high school in its re
lation to the university and to business life.
How shall its course of study be; constructed?
How shall preparatory latin be taught? In
what time, and after what syllabus* . • ; •
. How shall higher.- English, in technical
grammar and literature be taught? . '
. After what syllabus \ shall high s school
arithmetic be taught? v _,-,
How shall natural science be taught in
high schools? .;, . ■
Report of committee of state high school
superintendents. ' ■
The call is made by Prof. D. L. Kiehlc, as
secretary of the high school board by their
order who states that reduced rates may be
had for those attending at the Windsor and
Clarendon hotels at $2 and $2.50 per day.
July Report of the State of the
Weather in the Northwest.
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1. 23.919 07.8 74.7 00
2 29.842 73.4 75.3 00
3.............. 29.863 09.3 76.0 00
4 29.725 67.0 81.0 .34
5....... 29.852 61.0 69.3 00
0.'..... ...". 30.035 63.5 73.7 00
7.. 20.975 -' 60.0 80.3 02
8 29.804 60.7 88.0 .04
9..... 29.917 70.1 71.7 00
10...... 20.847 73.4 71.7 00
11 25.830 72.5 70-0 00
12 29.920 64.0 ; 74.3 00
13 29.979 63.0 68.7 00
14.... 29.982 03.0 81.0 .02
15...... 29.991 65.6 74.3 .10
16 29.991 60.8 77.7 00
jl7 29.889 60.9 90.3 .38
18... 29.904 60.5 73.0 00
19 ....' : 30.078 06.4 69.7 00
20 30.113 67.6 75.5 00
21 29.894 73.2 77.7 00
22 29.090 72.8 86.3 .33
1 23 29.803 75.4 78.3 ■00
124 29.827 73.8 80.3 .07
125 29.842 74.2 79.0 00
20 29.810 74.8 62.7 00
27 29.870 73.4 07.3 00
28 29.864 73.2 69.7 00
89 29.782 . 72.7 73.0 1.03
80 29.750 70.0 72.0 00
31 29.851 08.4 09.0 00
Sums... 920.510 2145.1 2831.8 2.93
Means 29.887 09.2 75.2 0.095
nighest barometer 30.174, 20th.
Lowest barometer 29,014, 22d.
Monthly range of barometer, 0.500.
Highest temperature, 88., 2nd.
Lowest temperature, 61.5, Oth and 13th.
Greatest daily range of tomperature, 29, 17th.
Loaat daily range of temperature, 6., Bth.
Mean of maximum temperatures, 80.5.
Mean of minimum temperatures, 00.2.
Mean daily range of temperature, 20.3.
Prevailing direction of wind, W.
Total movement of wind, 4,032 miles,
lllKU'-bt velocity of wind and direction, 29 miles,
"V W, 24 1 ■ *
No. ot foggy (iuye, 0.
No. of clear daya, 5.
No. of fair days, 22.
No. ot oloudy days on which do rain or snow
No. of cloudy days on which rain or snow
Total number of days on which rain or snow
Depth of unmoltod snow on ground at end of
Dates of auroras, 19th.
Dates of solar halos, 0.
Dates of lunar halos, Ist.
Dates of frosts, 0.
I 1873 71.2 1878 73.7
i 1873 71.0 1879 73.6
1874 74.7 1880 72.6
1875 73.8 1881.... 72.5
1870 .73.4 1882 66 . 6
1377 78.6 1888 70.2
»8" • C 9.2. 2
1772 4.28 Inches. 1878 4.77 inches.
1773 3.83 '," 1879 9.82 "
1771 194 "'.. 1880 2.75 "
1775 0.82 " 1881 2.60 ••
1770..:"... .2.73 " 1882 BJB4 "
1777 0.58 " 1883 4.33 "
J-J- ,; 1884 2.03 "
■ I. F. Lyons, Observer Signal Corps, U. 3. A.
Public Debt Statement.
Tho decrease of the public debt daring July
Cash in Treasury 8405,910,004
Gold certificates 118,017,320
Silver certMcates 120,404,341
Certificates of deposit 13,230,000
Refunding certificates 274,350
Legal tenders 346,081,010
Fractional currency.. 697,849
Four and halfs 250,000,000
Ilof undlng certificates. 271,350
Navy pension ruud 14,000,000
Total Interest bearing d0bt....... 1,225,407,950
Matured debt. 12,600,305
Legal tenders 810,739,431
Curtlftcato* of deposit 13,230,000
Gold ami silver certificates 238,432,661
Fractional currency 0,978,491
Total without interest 005,369,593
Total debt .• 1,843,383,898
Total intere5t. ......;............ 8,583,052
Cash in treasury. 405,910,008
Honda issued to Pacific railways
Interest payable by United States
principal ou*tandlng '. 64,623,572
Interest accrued not yet paid 323,117
Interest paid by United States 03,099,504
Interest repaid by companies by
transportation service... 18,148,023
By ca»li payments 5 per cent, net
Balance of interest paid. by the
United States ' 44,295,381
A Prosperous Building Society.
The People's Building society, which was
started in October, 1576, with 5,000 shares of
stock, has just had its first series mature after
a period of seven years and ten months.
The actual amount of capiUl paid in within
this period was $23.50 per share. The re
deeming amount is $50 per share, showing
a net profit of $26.50 per share during the
time of ninety-four months." Considering
the fact that the monthly installment repre
sents only twenty-five cents per share, it is
certainly a remarkable good showing of this
society to liavu its tirst series of stock ma
tured lv the exceedingly short time of ninety
four mouths, . with an interest of $26.50 to
■ paid in capital of only $23.50 per share.
St. Pan! Driving Park Association.
The St. Paul Driving Park association has
completed its organization by the election of
the following officers: »
President — Beaupro. if
Vice President— Geo. R. Finch.
Scerotary and treasurer — A. Seymour.
The association has especial charge of the
driving park on University avenue. The
fence has been fluishod and the road is
nearly ready for use. The road will furnish
an excellent drive and under the manage
ment >>:' them experienced officers will un
doubtedly prove a very attractive resort.
Konnion of Army Chaplains.
OcSJA Grove, X. J., Aug. 1. — reunion
of army chaplains," federal and eou federate,
together with the members of sanitary and
Christian commissions, begun here to-day.
George 11. Stuart, president of the Christian
commission, was present at the morning
session^ In the afternoon, led by a band of
music, the veterans 300 strong, marched to
the Auditorium, where 6,000 persons greeted
them with waving hats and cheers. The
vast assemblage then joined in singing
"America." His. W. S. Watrous, of Chi
cago, sang "A Thousand Years." After
prayer Major General John C. Patterson was
chosen chairman. Army reminiscences
were the chief part of the exercises. Georsre
H. Stuart exhibited several curiosities,
among them a bone Bible • made from :. the
bone of a dead soldier by a dying soldier.
On it was the inscription, "God Bless the
Christian commission." The exercises end
ed by singing the "Star Spangled Banner."
A dispatch from Gen. Grant stated ) that be
would be present to-morrow if possible.
Gen. Logan is also expected.;
In the Ninth North Carolina district the
Democrats nominated . F. D. Johnson* : for
congress on the 67th ballot. In the ' Fourth
Mississippi F. G. Barry was nominated on
the 130 th ballot, and in the Thirteenth Mis- I
souri A. L. Thomas was . nominated on the '
L Sbta ballot I
THE ST. PAUL SUNDAY GLOBE, SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST <*, 1884.
OLD WORLD NEWS.
The French \, Yellow Book— Cholera
Miscellaneous News. '.-. ,
THE FRENCH YELLOW BOOK. ;'
Paris, Aug. 2. — The Fronch yellow book
published to-day, gives the following • infor
mation of the recent negotiations of France
and China: France 1 at first jj demanded ;of
China an indemnity of 250,000 francs for
the affair.at Longaon, ; but after . China - or
dered her troops to withdraw from Tduquin.
France only asked that China should com
pensate the families of the soldiers killed at
Longson - and' pay 'extra , expenses which
the Chinese ', '■ attack made necessary, for
France .to : incur. China objected' to
the indemnity, but /on July '■' 19th,
consented to appoint a viceroy of Yanktou to
enter into negotiations with Patenotre, the
French minister.. 1 ' ; China then announced
she had submitted the indemnity question
to the powers. Between the 27th and 2l)th
of July Poteuotre telegraphed the home gov
ernment it was impossible to arrive ; at an
understanding : with' * the "delegates from
China, who refused to pay indemnity and
asked that the time granted China to accept
the French ultimutum be extended. Minister
Ferry thereupon telegraphed Patenotre July
30tb to extend the respite, if necessary. Pa
tenotre replied that China offered to pay an
indemnity 0f .1,000,000. francs and he re
fused it. July 13th France informed Ad
miral Courbet of.her, intention to occupy Foo
Chow and Kelung in cass China refused the
Freucb ultimatum. ; Admiral' Courbet was
ordered to use force only if attacked.
"'. ' MISCELLANEOUS.
Loxdox, Aug^E. — A dispatch of this date
to the < Times from Foo Chow ' say : I have
inspected the heights above and .flnd^ no
changes made. . . : '
Makseilles, Aug. 2. — Up to noon no
deaths here from cholera.
' Rome, Aug. 2.— Herr Yon Schlaesser,
Prussian representative at the Vatican, left
Rome on a furlough. He bad a conference
with Cardinal Jacobin the papal secretary
of state, before leaving. ; -
London, Aug. 2. — After the adjournment
of the Egyptian conference a meeting of the
cabinet will be held' to discuss the result.
Aden, Aug. 2.— Orders are given for a
British expedition of 300 troops to be ; in
readiness to reinforce the Egyptian garrison
at Zcilah. " ,' .
Turin, Aug. 2. — Six cases 'of cholera at
Garfagzana, four fatal, and twenty-seven
cases at Pancolieri, eitrht fatal.
MAHSEiLLEd,WUig. 2.— Eight deaths from
cholera here last night, and two at Toulon.
The residents continue to return.
London, Aug. — The Manchester ship
canal-bill was rejected becauseithe committee
having it in charge thought it would greatly
injure the interests of Liverpool. The ex
penses of the promoters and opponents of
the scheme aggregated £209,000. . ' •■
London, Angust — Minister Lowell takes
a furlough duriutr August. . .
The Egyptian conference to-day, after a
brief session, adjourned wie die without ar
riving at any agreement. This is regarded
as a tantamount to a dissolution.
London, August — The ports of Brazil
have been closed to vessels from Marseilles,
Toulon, Spezzia and all ports where cholera
prevails. The authorities of Madeira refused
to allow passengers and mail on a steamer
from England to land. ■:'"• '.'■"[
' • ■ Silencing a Scandal.
The Now York Star (Kelly's organ) prints
the following with a Buffalo date: A sensa
tion was occasioned here yesterday by a ru
mor, which obtained currency later in the
day, that warrants bad been issued for the
arrest of the author and publisher of the ar
ticle entitled "A Terrible Tale," which ap
peared in the Evening Telegraph on Monday
last, The story, which has now been spread
• broadcast throughout the country,, charged
the Governor with the betrayal and desertion
of Maria Halpln and her infant son. It pro
fessed to give, iv detail, the the circum
stances of a painful scandal relating to the
Governor's early career, and furnished the
names and dates in connection with the al
leged ocsurencc. .
Since the publication of this story, it has
boon the principal topic in political circles
hero So much capital hf.3 been made. out of
it by the Republican press that the Gover
nor's friends finally urged him to take the
necessary course to punish criminally the as
sailanta of bis private character. . He was
loth to do this, believing that right-minded
people would set it down as a campaign in
vention, designed to injure his prospects iv
the election. The wide currency given to
the story, however, and the fact that several
Democratic and many Republican journals
demanded that it should be met and refuted
changed his resolution of silence, and bis law
partners are reported to have taken the neces
sary steps to vindicate his character by a crimi
It is claimed by the friends of the Gover
nor that the story, when thoroughly sifted,
will be disposed of in a way* that cannot re
flect upon his reputation in any degree, and
that long before the active work of the cam
paign begins the scandal will have been laid
at rest and its author properly punished.
He I'ref erred it,
"I see you've got this "confounded rye
bread again," hissed Plunkctt at the break
fast table. ■' ■'.'.
./'Yes dearie," smoothly replied the lady I
got It because you love it." (
: "Me love it, madam? Ugh'f the very smell
of it makes me sick. Who was so wise as to
1 know that I loved rye bread!"
"Nobody," stammered Mrs. Plunkett, "ex
cept I heard you tell Fitzgoobera few days
ago . that you preferred rye to. corn, and I
didn't know what you referred to, unless it
wan bread." v-'o'v":'? 1
Wheh he went to work Plunkett kicked
himself out of the door. \ kV.
W. B. A. Carpenter was arrested in Troy,
New York, charged with pretending to repre
sent a secret service agency, and offering for
$2 to send badges and outfits to persons de
sirous" of becoming officers. It is estimated
that his receipts were $50 per day. j
• ; -'^ i" LOCAL MENTION. . .
On and after August 0, 1334, the banks of the
, city of St. Paul, will close at (2) two o'clock p.
m. on Saturdays, instead of (3) three p, m., as
,H. P. Upiiam, '.."-.^v-,
President First National Hank.
Wm. R. Merriam, -
President Merchants National Bank.
\ Gcstave WILMC*.
Pres. The Nat. German American Bank.
"Albert Scheffer, .
Cashier Bank of Minnesota.
- ;:.«■;.-•, F. WVAxdeusox,
Cashier St. Paul National Bank.
L. E. Reed,
Pmiideut Capital Bank of St. Paul.
C. £. Kitten house.
l'v..-: V-i Cashier Peopl— ' Bank.
. • . ... . John S. Pkince,
President Savings Bank of St.' Paul.
-.-. -.'. , .Wji. Bickbl, ".
. Cannier Ocnmnia Bank of St. Paul.
D. A. Moxfobt,
Cashier Second National Bank.
St. Paul, August 1. 13»t. ' X
Excursion to. Minuehaha Sunday, August 3.
Leave foot of Jackson street at I :s<i p. m., on
the steamer City of St. Paul.
White Bear Lake Sanday trains leave Union
Depot 10:05 a. m., 2:15, '6:03, 7:15, 9:00 p. m.
Returning, leave the Lake 7:10, 8:25 alia., 12:15,
6:10, 10:00 p. m. - : "' '
••White BeaTer Again Crushed.**
[St. Paul Pioneer Press, July 22nd, 1884.]
- Dr. Frank Powell, of La Crosse.Wis., will open
an office in this city on or before the 10th of next
September, where he will practice his ' profession
the Sdaad 4th weeks of erery month. Dae.
notice of his arrival will be given in the Globe.
Moonligbt excursion and dancing, steamer
Dispatch, White Bear; to-night.
ll at-Fsveb. - After trying in vain for eleven
year* to sure toy, Hay-Fever, v I po.rch.i3ed a bot- .
tle of Ely's Cream Balm, which entirely, relieved
me.— R. W. Harris,' Letter Carrier, Newark,' N.
J. Price 50 cents. o : *-Y
For twenty years ! I was a sufferer daring the
gammer months • with Hay-Fever. ; I procured a
bottle of Ely's Cream Balm, and was cored by its
use. — Charlotte Parker, Waverly, X.* T. , '
If Jlrs. Sophia Erchersoo, i from - : Rice Lake, !
j Wig., wishes to see her ' son .S. • August Geisert," j
she will 1 find same si Market Hotel, opposite ■
I Market house. j
This powder never varies. A marvel of purity
strength and wholesomeness. More economical
than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold in
competition with the multitudes of low test, short
weight, alum or phosphate powders. Sold only
in cans. Kotal Baking Powder Co., 190 Wall
street. New York.
D-AMffl) J3 LIKE STEAMERS.
For Winona, La Crosse, Dubuqne, Bock Island,
Burlington, I;cokuk, Quincy, St. Louis
and ah Intermediate PolnK.
The elegant, popular and fast electric light pas
John Killeen, Master. Larky Cubbbly, Clerk
Leavei St. Paul, Sunday, August 3, at 4 p. m.
This is the most pleasant route South, East
aud 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 Jn Minneapolis, 16 Washington avenue
H. LOUIS AaD ST. PAUL PACKET LO
THE EL.ECTRIO LIGHT LINE.
Elegant Side Wheel Ste amers. Always on Time
THE JFAJST AND FAVORITE STBASIEB
Via. Thompson, Master, S. Grinnell, Clerk, de
parts for St. Louis and Way Landings,
Tuesday, Annnst sth, at 12, Noon.
: For rates aud Information, apply to
A. DEL ANY, Agent,
334 Jackson St., or Levee foot of Jackson.
Office Board op Fire Commissioners, )
St. Paul, August 1, 1884. f
Sealed bids will be received by the Pregident
of the Board of Fire Commissioners, up to Fri
day, August 8, at 12 iv, for
100 Tons (more or less) best quality wild
Fornsc of Fire Department of City of St. Pan),
for oue year from date of contract, to be deliv
ered at such times as called for by Chief Engi
neer. Proposals will be received for quantities
of 25 tons and upwards. Parties bidding will
state specifically Whether baled or loose hay.
The Board reserves the right to reject any and
Proposals to be endorsed "Proposals for Hay,"'
and addressed to F. It. Dulauo, President Board
of Fire Commissioners.
By order of the Board,
PBOPOSALS FOB COAL.
Stats or Min.st.sota, Auditor"* Office, )
St. Paul, July 12, 1884. j
Healed proposals for supplying coal to the va
rious state institutions for the year ending July
31, 1885, will be received at this omcc until 19
o'clock noon, on the 15th day of August, 1884.
Blanks, specifying kinds, quantities and places
of delivery, and, as near as possible, the amounts
required at specified dates, and giving terms of
payment ;and other information, will \>u fur
nished on application, The right to reject any
and all bids is reserved.
L. F. nUBBARD, Governor,
W. YV. BRADEN, Auditor,
CHARLES KITTELSON, Treasurer.
ati3ifclO Fuel Commissioners of Minnesota.
DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS.
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S as^*sssi ' * nj /• El mm I
wl f'^ i \jk j lvi ■■*• w&
HA- - IKCORFO RATED,
The Leading ST. PAUL Manufactory of • : '
SASH, DOORS, BLINDS,
Dave in Stock . - £\ -
100,000 feet of MY WHITE OAK FLOORHG.
ALSO, > ',V "■ '
Yellow Pine Flooring and Hardwood lumber.
EAi.LK M XXX r AMD SMTMM COBNKBS
IdpjJl & THIHSTON,
TINNERS, and ;:
HEiTri6>IISTIUTIi6 A SPECIAin.
".-^Jobbing Promptly Attended To. ':'■ ,'f
Agents for tlie Buckeye Stoves & Ranges
The Best in the World.
116 West Third St . op. Metropolitan Hotel,
. ST. PAUL, MINN.; '. ;"?180 !
IN NEW QUARTERS.
P, J. DRKIS,
Ii «e«lad la his elegant Hew Stow J
Comer Ml as. Saint Peter streets.
! Where can be found the finest sad best of Drag*
; Perfumery, Toile: Articles, Paient - Medicines,
1 etc Also, all kinds of Gardes and - Flower Seed! '
I in their season.
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i--:\-;y\',\'j. PROPOSALS. ; '. i . '- T" 1
Ojtiok Or THE Boabd 07 EDUCATION, ')..'•.•
< . ; St. Paul, Minn., July 29, 1884, [ .
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will bo received by the Board of Education until
Monday, August 4, 1884, at
; 6 o'clock P. M.,
■:' ■ i - ■■■..■'■./- .' ; ■ " .■■ ■.■■ , ' ■-.-.■
: ■ ' t -for ; , ■'■■"
li ii mm
on various School Buildings, as follows : For
I '•••• '■.■;.:.■■.■■•;.. ij'l -.'.'-'■-■■. '. . ;':■ '■"-•■:
all rooms in Franklin,: Jefferson, Monroe and
River and in old . part of Lincoln Schools, also
repairing plastering where needed. \ Bids will be
received for calcimlning or whitewashing where
above ! buildings I have heretofore been either
calcimined or whitewashed. •
: For repairing Blackboards in Franklin, Jeffer
| son, Jackson, Washington, ' Huinboldt aud Gar
! field Schools, bidders to state price per square
;■ Phalen later. .
ir;r^--- 'Aip ;.'.'■. ■'■'-: ■. '■■ '/?-■■■ :;'■ ■
ii For putting in Phalon Water ; to basement of
Jefferson School; extra strength % bore lead
|£>ipe. \\ -■" \ ■ _ '-. --j. -■
t For a 300 barrel Cistern in Van Buren School,
with 6 inch in flow and overflow of galvanized
iron ; cistern to be arched and made frost proof
with filter.- :
For enlarging or building additions to Water
Closets on Jefferson, " Jackson and Huinboldt
School grounds. .
Paintina anl Grainini
• For painting Jackson School roof and tower,
and graining interior j wood work in Garfield
i 1 nil uin v
For a two (2) rail Gas Pipe Fence on north
side of Gurfield and north and west sides of
Jackson schools. ■ '.
' JL XlllfJllliij^ji
For finishing off two (2) rooms In the High
School building. -
. jST"For further information and fall particu
lars and explanations bidders will please apply to
Inspector J. M. Minor, No, 25 East Sixth street,
two doors below Clarendon : Hotel,
J^~All bids, to entitle them to consideration,
mutt be addressed to and placed in charge of
lion. R. Schiffuiann, President of the Board of
Education (Odd Fellows' building), subject to
time aud condition (sealed) a. above stated.
12-17 Secretary Board of Education.
WS& & FOSTER
Offer the best grades of Anthracite and Bitumi
nous Coal at the very lowest market prices.
Their coul is fresh from the mines and well
screened. And their Body Wood cannot be
equaled in the state.
A share of your patronage is solicited.
41 East Third Street,
Comer of Cedar.
vlfT " j
Eetabliahodin 1872 for tho cuw
)f Cancer, Tumors, Ulcera
without tho nso of knife or loss of blood ana utuo
pain. For information, circulars and references,
address Dr. JP. JU I'OSli, Aurora, Kano Co., 111.
.. KAVAJfAOH'S AUCTIONS.
OTICE TO CONTRACTORS AND BUILD :
> — I will sell at auction, on Wednesday,"
August 6, | at 10 a. m., at the city hall yard, one
6-inch herald and cisco centrifugal pump with all
the attachments, two 254 inch steam ejectors,
with strand hose,' steel drills, " stone hammers,
picks, shovels,' and | a miscellaneous lot of tools,
and galvanized iron pumps. ' --' ■ '
P. T. KAVANAGH,
214-819 -: v ... i Auctioneer.
pi ROCERIES AT AUCTION— I will sell at
\JC auction, at the Market House, on Monday,
Auguiit 4, at 10 a. m., the Larsen bankrupt stock
of staple and fancy groceries.' ' ' ;
.5 K<i . ; ' P. T. KAVANAUGH;
814-817 ' .... ,'■ ■■[" Auctioneer.
TORE DWELLING AND BARN at Auction—
I will sell, at auction, on the premises, corner
- of Virginia and University avenue-, lot 1. block 2,
'of Elfelt, Berohtimer & Arnold's addition to St.-
Paul, size of lot, 50x119, together with the im
provements thereon, to- wit: One store and ; sa
loon with large basement and dwelling : of six
rooms, good : well " and ■ cistern ' and - barn. This
property is situated in the very center of a thriv
ing neighborhood, on the line of the street rail
way. To a party in search of a good business
location, this property prefects a splendid oppor
tunity. The sale will • take place on Tuesday,
August It, at 10 a. m. ' Terms to be made known
. P. T. KAVANAGH,
316-235 ■' . ,:: Auctioneer.
n(~\ LOTS IS EA9TVTLLE HEIGHTS ADDI
UU tion at Auction— will sell on the premises,
on Friday, August 13, at %p. m., sixty lots the
above addition (descriptions to be given hereaf- !
ter.) j I This addition is one of the most desirable - :
for residence purposes in the eastern section of
the city lying on high | grounds, overlooking the
entire city, and within a few minutes walk of the
great manufacturing center, to-wit : The St. Paul
Harvester works. Plow works, ' the vast lumber
ing interests of the C. N. Nelson Lumbering Co.,
and 3. P. Gribben, Esq., the Dulath shops, etc..
etc., etc. ; Terms ..Tery easy. > Small payments
and i extra '■ inducements 'to those ; who will . im- •
prove. ■'"- V ; ; ".■•■•....■■
.:■:'* , . P. T. KAVASAGH, . ,
210-217 ' . I '','." * '; " Auctioneer.
--■ .ILKMI'LBE AT AUCTION— IwffI seU at
, FrRNTTUttE AT AUCTION— I will sell at ;
auction, at 9S Bast Siith street, on Thurs
day, August 7, at 10 o'clock a. m,, a Urge lot of !
household furniture, bedroom ' salts, wardrobes, |
lounges, parlor, diaiceroom. bedroom and kite hen
! furniture, carpets,' coal tad wood heating stores,'
' one Cambria 6-hole cooking range, etc., etc.
:- - ' P. T. KAVANAGH,
216-230 .'•? : \ Auctioneer. . ,
FIVE CENTS A LISE
■.- ...-■ : .:. ■ SITUATIONS WANTED.*- ■ \ '
WANTED — A situation '• by a , young ■ man of
■ ,VV.\fiv6 years " experience, part 5 the time as
manager.- , Address D, 10, Globe office. .;,'- -. 215-21
■;■ y~l± Cations OfJB'ISBED. ■-■ ,
. ":- Female*. ■'■ .- .''"■ " r ; • :. "■■• ; .
WANTED — A good girl for general house
work, at 627 Minnesota etreet. . 216; '
ANTED— for general housework, 103
.; Nina avenue. ■ . . : ■ ; .] - :■• .••■•'. ; 816-883
OUR girls wanted, 382 Robert street. f
' Merchants Dining Room. ■ . 212-218 _
~X\T ANTED— Servant girl to work in family of
V.T three. Address Mrs. M. D. Miller, White
Bear Lake. ■•.■■'•■■;. / .' .215-821
WANTED— : competent girl : for , general
housework, at 132 Nina avenue. : . :. 215-221
WANTED— A good reliable colored woman of
■ middle age, for ' general housework 'in
email family, four miles from city. ■ .Good wages
to a competent person. Address P. O. box 204,
St. Paul. ■.: , 215-217
~\Af Si.NTED — good, reliable colored , woman
..V V ol middle age, for v general housework, 4
miles from city. . Address P. O. box 204,- St.
Paul, . .. ' ; •-.•;. ; , r . ■ : 214-10
_ ■"■■■■■ ■'' ' '■'•■ - : Males. ,. y . ; ; .v . ;; .. '.; ." ■;
riIINJNJSKS WANTED— We want a couple of
.-L tinners. Prendergastßros., (32 East. Third
street. - , . :,-•,..; 216-218 .
WANTED— A principal for the Independent
■ Graded school of Little Falls. Apply to
A. F, Storey, secretary, Little Falls,' Minn. „' ";
, :.: 214-16-18 ,■■ ; ' " '.'v-i
ANTED— A ; brass finisher at Saint ' Paul
Brass Works, on Cedar street, between
Sixth and Seventh. ;•' ; ■ 213-219
HARDWARE CLERK WANTED— Wanted~by
a hardware dealer in Dakota, a steady relia
liable German clerk, single man preferred; good
reference required. Inquire Farwell, Ozman &
Jackson's, St. Paul. 212-221 '.
PRINTER WANTED immediately, on good
.wacres. Also a canvasser to work up sub
scription and advertising lists of a new Illustrated
weekly. Address "Ariel," Prescott, Wis. .
- : FOB ItICNT. '
TT^OR RENT— A residence flat of six nice
Sj rooms at $15 per month ; water and all mod
ern conveniences; over drug store, corner Ohio
and George streets, West St. Paul. Inquire of
P. R. McDonnell. . 210*
T7IOR RENT — The second story of the new
-L ■ '. elegant Weed block, 50 by 85, on Sev
enth, | near Sibley street, (now in course of
erection). Peady 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 Wolterstorfl & Moritz, 183 East
Seventh street. ; :>;- . 180*
-' . Mo-usea ■.'.,.■'.:■ \
OUSE FOR RENT CHEAP— on East Sev
entn street, opposite Terra Cotta Works.'
Apply to J. H. Harris, St. Paul Plow Works. .
FOR RENT— house containing eight rooms,
cellar, well and cistern. Inquire at 310 Oak
street. . , 216-218
FOR — Large house, ten rooms, on
Franklin near Third street also third
Btory of building of building 155 West Third
street. J. Kelleher, 192 West Third street 214*
TO RENT— of dwelling house containing
four rooms, with closets, etc. Water in
the house, and very desirable location. Apply
at 149 Nina avenue, between Laurel and Selby
FOR RENT— A boarding house and a good
stand for a saloon. Apply .348 Rosabel
street; $10 per month ; three years lease.
FOR RENT— Two houses on Cherry street, 8
rooms each, cellars, wells and cisterns.
Rent, $25 per month each. Also, 1 house on
Deßow street, 9 rooms, cellar, well and cistern. '
Apply at comer Seventh . and Rosabel streets.
Andrew Schock. y 202*
FOR RENT— from ?6 to $10. Jas.
Dillon, 235 Commercial street. . 202*
FOR — House 545 Ashland avenue, 8
Jj rooms, alcove and bath, cistern and well
water. Rent low. E. Ingham, 563 Ashland
avenue. • ' ■ . ■ 202*
TWO new houses for rent. C. Casey, 098 East
JL I Fourth street. '; \ •;.'■■ . 200*
OUSES FOR Between Twelfth and
' Thirteenth streets, on Robert, . Uri L.
Lamprey. ' 181*
T7IOR RENT— cottage house with a rooms,
X\ in thorough repair, at $35 per mouth. Ap
ply to J. A. Sabln, Davidson block. 159*
FOR RENT— A cottage with four rooms,
Pantry and closets, good water and every
convenience. Apply to J. C. McCarthy, Sixth
ward. '. :' : '-' Vy ■ 270*
.. if. . Itooma.
FOR RENT— Four unfurnished rooms. Ap
ply 405 Marshall aueuue. ; '210
FOR RENT— Eligible front room, furnished
or not, fine location, 11 Summit aveuue,
near Wabashaw. : . - 210
FOR RENT— Three nice rooms with all modern
improvements, pantry, coal room, etc., cheap.
Inquire at this office. . 210-222
HO FURNISHED and unfurnished' rooms with
£ltJ good lease. 445 Jackson street. 215*
T7IURNISHED rooms for — Two very Ele
-L ' gatitly furnished rooms — sitting and bed
rooms, suitable for two or more young men.
Inquire at 100 West Third street, first floor.
' • 180*
T7IOR SALE— complcto oh printing office, at
JJ a bargain, good reason given for selling.
DeHaaß Bros., 18 Second street, St. Paul, Minn.
COMPLETE Mannfacturlii),' bus«ine»g for sale,
\J cheap. Inquire Cnpt. Barney,' Cbamboa of
FOIt SALE, CHEAP— Horse and buggy, 59
} ' Mount Airy street. .. 210-218
FOR SALE — flve-KlaasCunninghmn carriage
J. or hack, choap for ca*h. Inquire at 411
Uennepln avenue, Minneapolis. ' , . 21C*
FOR SALE— A first-class livery and hack
stock, situated in one of the beet localities
in St Paul. Inquire 34' West Fourth street. -
V. 216-235 -
FOR SALE or Exchange — Standard piano, new;
will sell at a bargain for cash or trade. C,
15, Globe ofßce. • ' '213*
FOR SALE— A well-bred blue Belton setter
dog, 18 months old; also,' a : retriever dog
pup. 0 months old. Address L, Globe office, j
' , . ■ ■ 213 210
FOR SALE, or.will trade for a horse, a good
Hallet & Davis piano. . Call at once if you
mean business. - S. ALLEN,
208* 142 East Third street. '
FOR SALE — A complete apparatus for the
manufacture of pop and soda- water, with
the privilege of a long lease of building now used
as factory- Apply to Mrs. Mary alter, corner
West Seventh and Walnut streeU. ':/■ 204-224
FOR sale cheap— Building,' 23x110 on leased
ground on Eighth etreet between Jack-on
and Sibley. Wolterstorff & Mortiz. . „ I&3*
FIR SALE — One four-horse engine and boiler
complete, good order. Inquire at Franklin
Machine shops, corner of Sixth and Cedaretreetss.
JOB office ron HALE. \
JOB PRINTING OFFICE FOR SALE— A well
t) - equipped St. Paul job office, with a large and
thoroughly established business, is offered ; for
sale at a great bargain. Apply to or address H.
P. Hall, St. Panl, Minn. ; 204* : '_ \
FIHASCIAIm r ;.',;
d» r(\ TO ANY ONE eecuring a gentleman an
tp?JU outdoor, steady position, paying no less
than $10 per week. Address "M," Globe office.
y-■ ■ . -- ; '■ "-■; 211-217 ■: . ■ ■ - ---,
ACKZY'S LOAN OFFICE— Notes bought,
money loaned on furniture, pianos, horses,
wagons and personal property at low rate?, with
out removal. Offices, Room 7, First National bank ,
building, corner Fourth and Jackson i street, St.,
Paul, and Room 7, Mackey & Legg block, corner
of Fourth and Nicollet, Minneapolis. . ... 207*
LOANS on Life' Ins. Policies. L. . P. . Van
Norman, No. 245, Ist Are. S. Minneapolis. 5
, - MISCELLANEOUS.
QTBAYED OR STOLEN from J. Irish's paeture,
>j Newport, a large, light bay mare, black mane
and tail, weight fourteen hundred: (1,400). A
suitable reward will be given for her return, or
any information to J. Irish, of Newport. ' '
' . ■-- ,' .'-'• ■-..-:-- .:■■.- 216-219 '•: ■:'■..■■•; '■ ■ #
A i FAMILY of three wants : a »mall honee or
A suit of rooms, not far from the capitoL Ad
dress E, 89, Globe office. , . - : 216 —
'ANTED— young men in nice - pleasant
: business, salary % 15. per week; and ex- ;
penses. $75 required. Apply 165 East Seventh
street,' Room 13. \'~y \ ; '.' 216 '\
REMOVAL SALE. .- .
TTtOR the next 30 "■ days 'goods will >be ; told at
J? ' -.; great sacrifice. Refrigerators and ice cream
freezers specialties. < 183 £ait Sereatlu : Welter
etorff & Moritt. •-'. •- ;,V. 11
91 East Third Street,
Headquarters in St. Paul for Summer Clothing
: Men's, Youth's, Boys' and Ohildrens'
In endless varieties, and at lowest prices. If
you want to keep cool, visit
91 East Third street.
: ''^ " *J l ~x ►•""' - OIL jBffcYES. .
. T '...-;. . . — ~~; —. L *^ w ' ; : ; 1 '
To Close Out remainder of our retail stock of "A. & W." Oil
Stoves, we offer them at large discount or on easy payments for
PRUDEN STOVE CO.,
% ■:; j ■ /- 100 East Third Street.
-■'••'■ " MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.
Acknowledged by Artists the Best in the World.
I know of none superior to the Weber and none that can compete with them
for durability.— Teresa Carreno.
l l l one of th€ Weber fiano is so sweet, rich and sympathetic, yet so full,
that i shall always rank you as the greatest manufacturer of the day.— Emma
Weber Pianos excel all others in volume or tone and in power of expression.— !
S. Liebliug. * \
There are no Pianos in the world that sustain the voice like the Weber.— 1
ma Abbott '< ,
E. O. MTJ]SraEE, Asent, St. Paul
SEND FOR CATALOGUES. j
FERGUS FAHET, ■
58 East Third Street.
t^"The latest styles of Imported Goods always on hand. Perfect fits guaranteed.
BOOTS AND SHOES
E. H. SCHLIEK,
Boots aid Sloes,
Kew Styles Daily Received.
331 WaDasMw streer Cor. 41
v NOYJSB, BJEtOS. & OTJTILEK,
IMPORTERS ID WHOLESALE DfiDGBISTS.
08 and 70 Sibley street, corner Fifth, tit. Paul, Minn.
W.yjr STANDARD SCALES.
FAIRBANKS' STANDAED SCALES!
Eclipse Wind Mills. Tanks and Pumps,
Smith- Vaile Steam Pumps and Boilers,
Hancock Inspirators, Lubricator^ eta
FAIRBANKS, MORSE & CO., ■ 371 & 373 Sibley street
'$''.'?■■' - . ~ V BOOT AHD BHO> DSALJEBa.'
SCHLIEK & CO..
■ HO, 89 EAST THIRD STREET,
■py in Boots & Sloes.
Et. Paul Agency for BUiIT'S, QUAY'S,
I EEYNOLD'S, and Many Others.
I 13^* Mail orders promptly filled.
AND TELEGRAPHIC INSTITUTE
Has long established its : claim* to public favor and now enteiedupon Jta 15th year ante
the Doit favorable . aoepic«a> teca for c*U' ague, giving fall particulars. Northwest cor. Seventk
•cd Jacksoa streets. W. A. FADDIS, PrinoipaU
W. A. FADI>IS, Principal.
KENNEY & HUDNER
Opposite Metropolitan Hotel. "^ '
1 TONIC. BITTERS !
The most Elegant Blood Purifier, Liver Invigora
tor, Tonic, and Appetizer ever known. The flrrt
Bitters containing iron ever advertised in Americ
a. Unprincipled persons are imitating the name;
look out for frauds. See '/3 /f\\ m- -v \J t
that the following riffna- y/nL^WJ^/ *A
tor* is on every bottle and i A^J///i/l/// \_Ji
talr? none other: - r /f7 c Ly -^- / lUMC^\
ST. PAUL, MJLN>. \jf DrnggUt & Chemlg