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THE CITY. I
That was a high old plumb full - harvest moon
Volumes 90, 91 and 92, of the Indiana Supreme
Court Reports, were added to the state law library
An elegant metal cornice is being placed above
the Cedar and Fourth street store fronts of the
new Union block.
The Weekly Toledo Blade was being thrown
about the State house yesterday very promiscu
ously as a Republican campaign paper.
The new Sherman block on the corner of Wa
bashaw and Ninth streets was topped off yester
lay as to its live story front with a very showy
metal cornice, in the center of which rises a tab
let on which are the raised figures, "1884."
The roof trusses over the Representative hall
in the State house have settled three inches in
the centre, and have hod to be shaved off to
make the ceiling level. It seems to be only a
question of ttme as to the dome's making a
Mrs. Mary Ann Presley and John S. Robinson
filed $120,000 bonds in the Probate court yester
day as administrators of the estate of the late
Bartlett Presley, which were approved and letters
were issued to "them. It is thought the estate
will foot up to the figure of $223,000.
The stalls in the Market house are filling up
with some first class dealers, a wholesale and .0
tail oyster and fish house having moved into its
stalls this week, a man mimed Ryder having
taken a stall for the sale of poultry and game,
mil Mi. bund Bros, having hired three stalls
therein for the sale of groceries.
Prof. D. 1.. Kiehle has engaged Miss Sarah E
Sprague, formerly principal of the Teachers'
Training school at Manchester, N. 11., a graduate
of Lawrence university and of the Oswego State
Normal school, as an instructress in the Minne
sota Teachers' institutes the coming year.
Miss Fannie Cundall, of Tripoli, Syria, is at
present in the city, and will address a union
meeting of the Ladies' foreign missionary socie
ties if the Presbyterian churches of the city this
afternoon nt 4 o'clock, at the Central Presby
terian church. Mrs. Gen. Van Cleve, of Minne
apolis, will also be present and make a short ad
Mr. Henry Zwick, Postmaster, Bingen,
Ind., writes: "'.Mr. J. F. Hone ami Mr. Lewis
Purdy, were cured of severe sprains to the
ankle an.l back respectively, by the use of
St. Jacobs Oil, the great pain-reliever.
.Tno. W. McOuirc, Duluth, is at the Windsor.
Thos. E. Heenan, Morris, is at the Merchants.
.1. 1). Marl-ham, Itush City, is at the Merch
!•:. J. Archibald, ljundas, was in the city yes
3. E. Wisner, Lisbon, I). T., is at the Mer
L. S. Ha7.cn, Huron, 1). T., was in the cityyes
.1. A. Willard, Mankato, was in the city yes
A. T. Lawrence, Bloomington, 111., is at the
Horace Briggs and wife, liuffalo, are at the
L. V. Tabor, of Independence, la., is at the
E. 1). Buffington; Stillwater, was in the city (
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Ogle, of Alexandria, are at
Miss Emma Graham, of Red Wing, is visiting
relatives hi St. Paul.
R. C. Jebb and G. 11. Darwin, England, were
at the Metropolitan yesterday.
Bon. W. li. Hazleton, of Madison, Wis., was
at the Merchants last night.
George W. Baswell, Esq., of Bine Earth City,
called at the state capitol yesterday.
.Mr.", 11. and Miss A. Vidler, London, England,
were ut the Merchants yesterday.
Win. 11. McKeeven, of the Northern .Pacific
Railroad company, is at the Metropolitan.
F. D. Barnes, or the Northern Pacific Railroad
company, was at the Merchants yesterday.
Janett Wilcox, manager of Hotel Lafayette,
Lake Minnetonka, was in the city yesterday.
Win. 3. Whipple and 3. 11. Johnson, of
Winona, wire at the Merchants yesterday.
A. E. Eastman^ Ft. Custer: .Ino. D. Kelly and |
S. <!. Mawson, Montana, are at the .Metropolitan i
Mr. R, Klurap, agent of the evening Herald,
of Seattle, W. T., made a pleasant call ou the
Globe office yesterday.
T. B. Clement, Faribault; M. 8. Tyler and
family. Kansas City, and W. L. Hollister. Austin,
Minn., were among the guests at the Merchants
yesterday. ; IV H n li!V f _' i '\
A Span Stolen.
Two mares hitched to a platform spring wagon
Were stolen from Wllliai.i Walterstorf at B o'clock
yesterday afternoon on the Afton road, about
two miles from this city. by two young men who
Were thought to have driven in the direction of
the same. One of the animals was black and the
other a bay, and they weighed about 1,000 pounds
each. The hay had a star on the left hind quar
The following is the invitation very neatly en
graved on a large enrd and issued to guests to
attend the coming gathering of the Grand Army
of the Tennessee :
St. Paul, Minn., July 30, 1881.
You are cordially invited to attend the Seven- |
teenth Annual Re-union of the Society of tho
Army of tho Tennessee, to be held at Hotel
Lafayette. Lake Minnetonka, Aug. 11, proximo, j
Ladies are expected to participate ill all the fes
<;. ... 11. 11. Sibley, Gov. L. V. Hubbard,
(ion. 11. p. Van Clove, Hon. Eugene M. Wilson,
lion. W. D. Washburn, Hon. C. K. Davis,
Hon. Alexander Ramsey,
Gen. W. T. chirk,
Col. C. .V. Morton.
Committee on invitations.
Contest of the Riflemen.
To-day commences, at Port Snelttng, the
Fourth annual competition Of the selected rifle
men of the department of Dakota for practice
matches and competition. The officer In charge
will bo (.'apt. Si. K. Blunt, ordnance department,
Tin- practice will commence this morning and
continue ten days. The Bring will commence
at 0 o'clock in the morning each day and con
clude at 11:80. In the afternoon it will com
mence at i :30 ami conclude at 3:30.
The prizes for the short range match are as ]
follows: Ist price, $16; Sd 810; 3d 95; 4th and
t>th prizes, $8 ; lit!.. Vlh and Sth, ?'.'; 8 prizes of
Tho prizes for tho first skirmishers match arc
ts follows: Ist prise, 980.00; Sd prize, $15.00;
3d prise, $10.00; 4th prize, 15.00 Sth and L'th
prizes $3 1 7th, 3th, »lh and 10th prizes $2.00;
ten prizes of $1.00 each.
REOrXKNTAJ. TEAM MATCH.
Open to teams of ten from each regiment in
tho department of Dakota— 2oo, 300 and 800
yards, ten shots per man at each range. No en
Prise — gold badgo.
SECOND Bxmosrats' match.
All regimental and company representatives '
required to participate. Conditions as for the
preceding skirmishers' match, except that the
.lumber and duration of the halts will bo deter
mined by the officer in command and not an
nounced to the competitors; no competitor will
be allowed more than twenty cartridges ; at least
one shot must be fired at each halt; and the fol
lowing penalties In addition to those of the first
skirmishers' match will be exacted. Five points
for each failure to fire one shot at each signal
•'commence tiring" (unless his twenty shots have
been already expended by the competitor), and
for each shot in excess of twenty found to have
kit anj target. No entrance foe.
Prize — The department medal for skirmishers.
REGIMENTAL TEAK sMKUIsHKKs' MATCH.
Open to teams of ten from each regiment in
the department of Dakota. No entrance fee.
Conditions as for the first skirmishers' match.
Frize — The department commander's gold
badge, which becomes the property of that mem
ber of the winning team who in a second compe
tition as individual skirmishers makes the best
In addition to the above matches and prizes
the adjutant general of the department offers a
gold badge for the best aggregate score of the
five days preliminary practice.
Another Old Fend Settled.
PKnooxtA, Tex.. Aug. 7.— A desperate figb
occurred three miles north of this place Monday
ivening, In which one man was killed and three
mortally wounded. Faulkner and Henry Allen
tact two Woodal) brothers on tho road and at
tacked them with Winchester rifles. The party
iistnounted and fought from behind their horses.
Nearly twenty shots were exchanged. Allen waa
•hot through the heart about the fifth round and
killed. One of the Woodaßl was shot through
the shoulder and neck anil disabled. The other
Woodall and Faulkner closed with bowie knives
and a fearful combat ensued, in which Woodall
eras stabbed just below the heart. Faulkner then
then turned to look after his dead companion
Allen, and as he did so received a bullet in the
breast from the pistol of the . hie* Woodall. who
was lying on the ground with his nock* and shoul
dei spilt open with a Winchester. Faulkner may
possibly recover. Both Woodalls ; will die. The
fight was the result ot an old feud which origi
nated in Kansas, where they lived, and were
friends. Both parties were going to camp meet
ing when they met. [•'.;.
* Accidentally Killed.
■i I Special Telegram to the Globe.]
St. Vincent, Minn., Aug. 7.— Robert Cook,
of Pembina, received injuries yesterday from
the discharging of his shot gun which caused
his death this morning.
A German professor, graduate of the Paris and
Munich Universities, gives German, French and
Latin lessons. Apply to Mr. August Geist, Con
servatory of Music, 127 West Third street.
'" "White Beaver 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
the2daud4th weeks of every month. Due
notice of his arrival will be given in the Globe,
Why buffer longer from Catarrh, Hay-Fever,
and cold in the head? A sure cure is Ely's Cream
Balm. It is not a liquid or snuff, and is easily
applied. Fifty cents.
1 recommend to those suffering with Hay-Fe
ver, Ely's Cream Balm. I have tried nearly all
the remedies and give this a decided preference.
It gave me immediate relief. — T. Stephens,
Hardware Merchant, Ithaca, N. Y.
On and after August 9, 1881, the banks of the
city of St. Paul, will close at (2) two o'clock p.
m. on Saturdays, instead of (3) three p, in., as
heretofore: ' '
. ■'.; . . President First National Bank.
Wm. R. Meriiiaai,
President Merchants National Bank.
Pros. The Nat. German American Bank.
. - . , Cashier Bank of Minnesota.
F. W. Anderson,
Cashier St. Paul National Bank.
L. E. Reed, :". ■.:' .-.;
President Capital Bank of St. Paul.
. C. E. RITTENKOUSE,
Cashier Peoples' Bank.
_ John 3. Prince,
President Savings Bank of St. Paul.
. Wsi. Bickel,
Cashier Germania Bank of St. PauL
D. A. Monfobt, <;"•..'
Cashier Second National Bank.
St.Paul, August 1, 1884.
Endorsement of "Pen Pictures" by Key. E,
St. Paul, Minn., July 24, 1834.
My Dear Sir: The "Pen Pictures of St.Paul"
I have read with great interest, and while I have
noticed a few typographical errors, they are his
torically very correct. Should they be issued in
book form, it is my intention to purchase copy
for each of my children, all of whom were born
iv St. Paul. Sincerely,
Edw. D. Neill.
Major T. M. Newson, St. Paul, Minn.
These scries of Pen Pictures are now being
published in the Sunday Globe.
HEENAN— Sarah Heenan, aged 7 years, daughter
of Thomas and Mary Heenan, corner Kittson
and Fourth street. '.--.'-
Funeral from St. Mary's church, at 9 a. m.,
Friday, August 8.
M< MA XL'S— ln this city, August 7, 1884, Thomas
S. McManus, aged 54 years.
Notice of funeral hereafter..-
Tho funeral of Sebastian Winker, who died at
Stuttgart, Germany, July 13, will take place from
the late residence, 304 East Sixth, corner of
Olive, Friday, August 8, at 2 p.m.
, Friends of the family are respectfully invited
to attend. •
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116 West Third St., op. Metropolitan Hotel,
ST. PAUL, MINN. 180
One Mare and Colt,
Brown collar, white stripe in the forehead, im
pounded on the Cth,
WILL DI. SOLD ON
Eleventh day of August, 1884,
In front of the Public Pound, on Fifth street, St.
Paul, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day,
if not sooner released.
221-23 Police officer, Acting Pound Master.
STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF RAMSEY,
District Court. Second Judicial District.
In the matter of the assignment of William Y. Hid
dell and Charles E. Clarke to George 11. Smith, as
On reading the petition of George 11. Smith, as
signee, that It would be for the Interest of the said
estate to sell the uncollected 1 o k account! thereof
and personal property unsold a: public auction.
It Is ordered that all persons interested in tho said
estate, show cause. If any they have, at the court
house, in the city of Saint Paul, In Ihe county. of
Ramsey, state of Minnesota, at a special term of this
court, to be holdcn at ten o'clock in the forenoon of
Saturday, the 16th day of August, 1884. why the said
hook accounts and personal property should not be
sold at public auction, at the store No. 10- East
Seventh street, In the city of Saint Paul aforesaid,
on Wednesday, the -Tth day of August, 1881, at ten
o'clock, In the forenoon; and that a copy of tills or
der he mailed to each of the creditors and the assign
ors herein, directed to them at their places of resi
dence respectively, as far as the same are known to
said assignee within five days from this date, and
publishing the same in the Saint Paul Daily GLOBE
for three times, tho last publication to be at least
throe days before said hearing.
Dated St. Paul, August 6, 1884. i ' 0
221-223 District Judge.
STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF RAMSEY
— ss. In Probate Court, special term July 29,
In the matter of the estate of David D. Mitchell,
On reading and filing the petition of David Tire, of
Minneapolis, Minnesota, representing among other
things, that he is the administrator of said estate and
was duly appointed as such, on the '.'sth day of July,
A, D. 1884; that said deceased left him sui vivlug as
Ids sole helrs-at-law the following nan ed children,
viz: Mary S. Hutchinson, Susan P. Cabanne, Fannie
Clark. David D. Mitchell and Charles G. Mitchell;
that said deceased died Intestate at the time and
place mentioned In the petition of Mary S. Hutchin
son, heretofore tiled in this court, and possessed of
the following real estate In said county, viz: The
south one-half of the northeast quarter, and the south
east quarter of the northwest quarter, and the north
east quarter of the southwest quarter, and lots four
and three, all In section 13, township 83, of range ...
that said petitioner has acquired by deed the title to
all of said lend by deed from the heirs of said de
ceased or their grantees, and is now the owner of the
same subject to the administration of said estate, and
praying that a citation Issue out of this court requir
ing all persons Interested In said estate to a; p ar in
this court, on a certain day to be herein specified, to
attend the distribution o' said estate upon the giving
by said petitioner a good and sufficient bond fur the
payment of all legal claims duly proved and allowed
against said estate:
It is ordered, that said petition be hoard before the
judge of this court, on Wednesday, the 27ih day of
August. A. D. 1384, at ten o'clock a. m., at the Pro
bate office In Saint Paul, In said county.
And it is fu:t,ier ordered, that notice thereof be
given to all sons interested by publishing a copy
of this order for thre • successive weeks prior to said
day of hearing in the Daily Globe, a newspaper
printed and published at St. Paul, in said county.
By the Court, Wm. B. M< GROBTT,
[1.5.1 Judge of Probate.
Attest: Fravk Ron_RT. Jr.. 'Cleric.
F. Hooker, Attorney for petitioner. aul-iw-fri
OTATE OF MINNESOTA. COUNTY OF RAMSEY.
O —ss. In Probate Court, special term, July 24,
In the matter of the estate of John Hartlg, de
(in reading and filing the. petition of Maria Hartlg.
Of said county, represent ing. anion; other things.
that John Hart ing. late of said county, on the
15th day of July. A. !'. '..--;. at Saint Paul. In
said county, died i_W.s:_te, srfa being an Inhabitant
of this county at the time of his death, leaving goods,
chattels and estate within this county, and that the
said petitioner Is the mother of said deceased, and
praying that administration of said estate be to
Anna King or some other suitable person granted:
It Is ordered, that said petition be heard before the
[ Judge of this court, on Saturday, the 16th day of
August, A. D. IFS4. at ten o'clock a. in., at the Probate
! office, In said county. /\' j .'; ■
Ordered further, that notice thereof bo given to
the heirs of said deceased, and to all persons interest
! Ed, by publishing a copy of this order for three sue
! cessive weeks prior, to said- day of hearing, in. the
i Dai Globs, a newspaper printed and published at
; Saint Paul, In said county,^"
By the Court, . - Wm. B. McGRORTT.
j [L.s.] y ■ ' : \'& Judge of Probate-
Attest: FBAns Robert, Jr.. Clerk. july2s-4w-fri
Notice to Creditors.
State of Minnesota. County of Ramsey, ss. In Pro-*
bate Court, special term. July IT. 1884. :
In the matter of the estate of George W. Wells, de
ceased.- T ■■■ ■_' - ; - '"" '_ '
Notice Is hereby Riven that the Juice of Probate,
of the county of Ramsey, will upon the first Monday
of the month of October. .V. D. ISS4, at ten o'clock a.
m., receive, bear, examine sad adjust, all claims and
i demands of all persons against said deceased: and that
six months from and after the date hereof have been
allowed and limited for creditors to present their
claims against said estate." at the expiration of which
tin M all claims not presented or not proven to Its sat
isfaction, shall be forever barred, unless for good
cause shown further time be allowed.
By the Court. . , , ■
£_. a.l WV. B. MrGRORTY. .: ..
• . ' Judge of Probate. i
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• . ,"■ A REAL ESTATE.' ' ;.■:■'■■.•,.,
We are now building, aud offer for sale FIVE
SNUG, WELL-ARRANGED . DWELLINGS In
Block 11, Uolcomb's addition, fronting on, .Hen
nepin and Yale streets, west of Dale. They will
be completed by August 15th, and are for sale
on terms, that put them within reach of people
of moderate means, who want homes. ;We have
already sold four houses in the same block to
good parties. We will show them to you, or you
can look for yourself. '-•" '". '■■'"' A/;;
We also offer a very well built and . attractive
HOUSE, just finished, on Farquler street; near
Earl, at a reasonable price and easy terms. .'! ' .',
$2,500 in hand TO LOAN on improved city
property; real estate alono must be ' worth
$5,000.' Other amounts on usual terms and con
EASTERN FUNDS are beginning to seek in
vestment again in more liberal amounts, and as
soon as they learn that we have a big crop as
urcd, the money will come more freely.
LOTS to build upon seem just now to be most
in demand. We have" them all around the city,
in Wright's Addition, and Summit Park on" the
vest; Lockwood's and other additions on the
east side. : '<
If you want to buy, or sell, or borrow, give us
a call. ■ ' fA
S.W. Cor. Jackson & Fifth Ste.
WM. G. ROBERTSON,
REAL ESTATE A
: AND ■ '■ ■
' FINANCIAL AGENT
(Successor to D. A. Robertson & Co.. the oldest
real estate agency in Minnesota.) A
No. 7 McQuillan ßloclr, cor. TOM.. Wabasha?.
/ (Established in 1872.) A
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
Corner Third & Robert streets, (in Savings Bank,)
ST. PAUL, MINN, v *i ': j "i
Buys, Sells, Collects, Pays Taxes, Negotiates
;-..... '*• Loans, etc. .;.• j '
~GRISWOLp & TEEPLE,
Real Estate & Loan Brokers,
NO. 63 EAST TIHR.T STREET. .
St.PanL - - Minn
R. W. JOHNSON; ™ '
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
MANNHEIMER BLOCK, » - - ROOM 11,
St. Paul, - ■ ■ Minn.
will he received at the office of the Board of Water
Commissioners, 23 East Fifth street, until 12 m.
Tuesday, August 12, 1884, for building .'
DWELLING HOUSE ATVADSAISLAKE, j
ALSO, ... " '' .
DWELLING HOUSE AT PIIPIM STATION,
In accordance with plans and specifications on
file in office of Engineer of said board. •
Each proposal must be accompanied by a
bond of 20 per cent, of the amount hid, with two
sureties, residents of the state.
A form of hid will be furnished on application. t
The Board re serves the right to reject any
and all bids. • '/.:.... . .... ■•■■
L. W. RVNDLETT,
Engineer Board of Water Commissioners.
218-225 -SO '_-'■
Office Board of Five Commissioners, )
ST. Paul, August 1, 1884. : " J
Sealed bids will be received by the President
of the Board of Fire Commissioners, up to Fri
day, August 8, at 12 m, for
100 Tons (more or less) best quality wild
For use of Fire Department of City of St. Paul,
fur one year from date of contract, to be deliv
ered at such times us 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 flay,"
and addressed to F. R. Delano, President Board
of Fire Commissioners.
By order of the Board, ; ••;■-»
WM. O- GORMAN, ■'.'
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GRIG&S & FOSTER
Offer the best grades of Anthracite and Bitumi
nous Coal at the very lowest market prices.'
Their coal 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. ; '"' -A
41 East Third Street,
Corner of Cedar.
K.I V AS. It; AUCTIONS. ~-
STORE DWELLING AND BARN at Auction-^;
I will .-ell at auc'.ijn, on the premises, corner
of Virginia and University avenues, lot 1, block 2,
of Elfelt, Hernhcimer & Arnold's addition .to ft.
Paul, size of lot, 50x119, together with the em
provements thereon, to-wit: One store and ea
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 presents a. splendid oppor
tunity. The sale will take place on Tuesday,
August 12, at 10 a. m. Terms lobe made known
P. T. KAVANAGn,
f»f\ LOTS IN EASTVILLE HEIGHTS AT
\)\J .Auction — I will sell on the premises, on
Satudray, August 16, at 3 o'clock p. m., sixty lota
in blocks two, seven, ten and fifteen, in above ad
dition. This beautiful ground overlooks the
greater portion of our city, from which the rich
o. poor man or poor man can select a fine home
site. It is now a well established fact that East
St. Paul is for all times to be a great manufac
turing center, and is represented to-day by such
j establishments as the Harvester Works, Plow
Works, C. N. Nelson Lumbering Co., 3. P.
Gribben's Lumbering Co.. the Duluth shops,
possibly the shops of the Wisconsin Central R. R. ,
the Terra Cotta Lumber Co. works, etc.. etc.
Terms will be small payments to all who will Im
prove at once, '•'•"■-_■-"-
P. T. KAVANAGH,
221-223 Auctioneer. V
MISCELLANEOUS REAL ESTATE.
$1,500, will buy one of the best farms in Grant
county, with house of 8 rooms, house alone
cost $1,200, only one mile from the connty seat,' j
10 acres of the handsomest grove of trees in the"
state, this property must be sold in the next 10 I
! days. ' Fabweij. A Co., Third and Jackson. -5
FOR SALE— following desirable lots: lots j
corner of Pleasant avenue and Sixth street,
I 2 lots on Rice street, between Iglehart and Tilton j
j .street, 10 lots in Irvine's second addition, front
ing on Seventh street, (end of bridge 12 lots
■ in Irvine's addition to; West St. -Paul; also a well
; established paying.- business. Apply 7 to George
W. Turnbull. . 343 Exchange street, city. 223*
\ TT'OR SALE OR EXi 'HANGE-^A j choice . lann,
JL fully improved and located one mile from a
■ good town, and will sell cheap. Farwell A .Co.,
. Itisd and Jackson streets. . . --.
FIVE CENTS A LINE
r. SITUATIONS WANTED.
WANTED— Five good looking, intelligent
young ladies; $12 a week and expenses.
Call at 17 East Fifth street, room 20. 221-22
ANY PERSON desiring a child wet nurse,
can apply at 342 Market street. 221-23
ANTED— A situation by a young man, age
28, has had 10 years experience in mercan
tile business. .Address W, Globe office. 221-22
WANTED By a young man, a situation in
private family to drive carriage and to take
care of horses. Address F, 60, Globe office.
__ - 221-226 '..•■*■
A LADY desires a situation as nurse. .Will go
by the day or week, will take the pffcition in
a hospital ; is an experienced nurse. Can be seen
or heard from by applying to 100 East Sixth
street, city. 221-223
WANTED— To take charge of a set of books
evenings. Salary moderate. Address E,
47, Globe office. ' 220-221
WANTED— A situation as. engineer. Have
had ten years experience in the business.
Best of references can be given. Address C, 17,
Globe office. 218-224
WANTED— A situation by a young man of
five years : experience, part the time as
manager. Address D, 10, Globe office. 215-21
ANTED young man aged twenty,
wishes a position in a retail grocery store.
Has had three years experience in the business.
Address G, 70, Globe office. ' 220-226
.'-_ LA.TIONH OFFERED.
. Females.. .':■.'•:•,■.'
WANTED A good girl for general house
work, at 527 Minnesota street. 220 225
WANTED — Girl for general housework, 103
Nina avenue. 210-222
WANTED— A competent girl for gene
housework, at 132 Nina avenue. 215-221
WANTED Thirty men to work on water
. works; wuges $1.75 and $2 per day. Ap
ply at Engineer's office, 23 East Fifth street.
- _'.-■■ . 219-221
WANTED— A horseshoer, a first-class door
man. Apply at once, Conine I & Mcl'hail,
Scientific horseshoers, 187 W. Fourth street.
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
ANTED TO RENT abont September 1, a
small cottage or parlor floor, unfurnished.
State terms and location. Address C, 10, Globe.
FOR RENT— A residence flat of six nice
- 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. 216*
FOR RENT The second story of the new'
elegant Weed block, 50 by 85, on Sev
enth, near Sibley 'street, (now in course of
erection). Ready Angnst 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, 183 East
Seventh street. A';-;- . : 180*
FOR Two 4-room houses, Nos. 124 and
JD, 120 Western avenue, corner Goodrich, $12.50
each. Apply at 47 Summit avenue. 221
FOL RENT house containing eight rooms,
cellar, well and cistern. Inquire at 310 Oak
street. :C ► '; ■> 220-222
FOR RENT— A house of five rooms, water,
_0 cellar and wood shed, 378 North Fort street.
. . ' 218* ■■
FOR RENT — Large house, ten rooms, on
Franklin near Third street; also third
story of building of. building 155 West Third
street. J. Kelleher, 192 West Third street 214*
TO RENT— HaIf 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
avenues.' !;•-:". 214-21
FOR RENT houses on Cherry street, 8
rooms each, cellars, wells and cisterns.
Rent, 825 per month each. Also, 1 house- on
Deßow street, 9 rooms, cellar, well and cistern.
Apply at corner Seventh and Rosabel streets.
Andrew Schock. 202*
FOR RENT— Houses from $6 to $10. Jas.
Dillon, 235 Commercial street. 202*
FOR RENT— 545 Ashland avenue, 8
rooms, alcove and bath, cistern and well
water. Rent low. . E. Ingham, 503 Ashland
avenue. ' A A 202*
TWO new house-* for rent. C.Casey, o9B East
: Fourth street. . 200*
OUSES FOR RENT— Between Twelfth and
HOUSES FOR RENT— Between Twelfth and
.Thirteenth streets, on Robert, Uri L.
FOR RENT— A cottage house with 9 rooms,
in thorough repair, at $35 per month. Ap
ply to J. A. Sabin, Davidson block. 159*
IpOR RENT cottage with four rooms,
Pantry and closets, good water and every
convenience. Apply to J. C. McCarthy, Sixth
ward. .' ..; • ' 270*
A FINELY furnished front room, first floor,
nicely shaded porch, between Minnesota and
Robert, No. 100 Sixth street. 221-23
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, in the pleasant
residence opposite of Carpenter's St. An
thony Hill Lookout, on Summit avenue. Inquire
at the Lookout. 222-25
FOR RENT A pleasant room with all modern
Xj conveniences, with board. Address B, 14,
Globe office. .:.-../• 218-21
1~ 710R RENT— Three nice rooms with all modern
3 improvements, pantry, coal room, etc., cheap.
Inquire at this office. 210-222
FURNISHED rooms for rent— Two very Ele
■ gantly furnished rooms — sitting and bed
rooms, suitable for two or more young men.
Inquire at 100 West Third street, first floor.
" i r— «■___-_——_■__— _________! "' '
FOR SALE. _; :■ . A
OR SALE — Saloon, boarding house and Sum
-171 OK SALE — Saloon, boarding house and Snm
. mer garden, cheap. Address Globe office.
C~ OMPLETE Mandfacturing business for sale,
I cheap. • Inquire Capt. Barney, Chamber of
I7IOR SALE — A boarding house and a good
_D stand for a saloon. Apply 348. Rosabel
street; 510 per month ; three year, lease.
FOR SALE — five-glass Cunningham carriage
or hack, cheap for cash. Inquire at 411
Hennepin avenue, Minneapolis. 210*
FOR SALE — A first-class livery and hack !
stock, situated in one of the best localities
in St' Paul. Inquire 34 West Fourth street.
' 210-225 -
FOR SALE or Erchange — Standard piano.new;
will sell at a bargain for cash or trade. C,
15. Globe office. 213*
FOR .SALE, or will trade for a horse, a good
Hallct & Davis piano. Call at once if you
mean business. • E. S. ALLEN,
205* t^-.-'.v'; 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 Walter, corner
West Seventh and Walnnt streets. 204-234
FOR sale Building, 23x110 on leased
. . ground on Eighth street between Jackson
and Sibley. Wolterstorff A Mortis. 193*
FOR SALE One four-horse engine and boiler
complete, ia good order. Inquire at Franklin
Machine shops, cornerof Sixth and Cedar streets..
JOB OFFICE FOR SALE.
OB PRINTING OFFICE FOR SALE— A well
equipped St. Paul job office, with a large and
thoroughly established business, is offered for
sale at a great bargain. Apply to or address 11.
P. Hall, St. Paul, Minn. i 204*
ACKEY'S LOAN OFFICE— bought, \
money loaned on furniture, pianos, horses, ;
wagons and personal property at low rates, with- i
out removal. Offices, Room 7, First National bank j
building, corner Fonrth and Jackson street, St.,
Paul, and Room 7, Mackey A Legg block, corner I
of Fourth and Nicollet, Minneapolis. . 207*
LOANS on Life Ins. Policies. L. P. Van
Norman, No. 245, Ist Aye. S. Minneapolis.
..-"■■ "'miscellaneous.' A~~' i
•I>■ a SUITABLE REWARD will be paid for the j
| T ___L recovery of the tody of Willie Wilson, who
1 was supposed to have drowned in the river on
i Saturday last. T. Wilson. 308 Rosabel street. _
• -"- " - 220-221 .
I rrin""ANTEl>— Estimates for a system of water
j \V works for the village of Perham. Apply
to R. 3. Jung, Village Recorder. * 219-225.;'
REMOVAL SALE. . _ - A^TA
FOR the next SO - days goods will be sold at
\ great sacrifice. Refrigerators and ice cream
| freezers specialties. 183 East Seventh, cWolter
i ttorff & Mori--. * _ . ; .... 13
91 East Third Street,
Headquarters in St. Paul for Summer Clothing
Men's, Youth's, Boys' and Childrens'
WJ •mM^tM.ntW sJLm iA.i, I JU_J-L.._il_, \j A
In endless varieties, and at lowest prices. % If
you want to keep cool, visit
91 East Third street.
.. . A MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.
Acknowledged fey Mists the Best in the World.
. I know of none superior to the Weber and none that can compete with them
for durability. i eresa Carreno. • . Ar
The tone of the Weber Piano is so sweet, rich and sympathetic, yet so full,
ilia. J shall always rank you as the greatest manufacturer of the Emma
Weber Pianos excel all others in volume of tone and in power of expression.—
S. Liebling. '
There are no Pianos in the world that sustain the voice like the Weber.—Em
R. C. MTJISTG-ER; A^ent, St. Paul
SEND FOR CATALOGUES.
FERGUS F AHE ! Y,
MEEOHANT „ w TAILOR,
58 East Third Street.
latest styles of Imported Goods always on 'hand. 'Per feet tits guaranteed.
E. ii. mmi,
Boots aid Sloes,
New Styles Daily Received.
331 WatiasMw street Cor. 4t&.
~NOYEB, BROST&OUTLB.K. ~
IMPORTERS Ai WHOLESALE WSSm
08 and 70 Sibley street, corner Fifth, tit. Paul, Minn.
STANDARD SCALES. ■ '•
FAIRBANKS' STANDAED SCALES!
Eclipse Wind Mills. Tanks and Pumps,
Smith- Vaile Steam Pumps and Boilers.
, Hancock Inspirators, Lubricators, etc
FAIRBANKS, MORSE & CO., • 371 & 37. Sibley street
■ -.COT AND BHOI DEALIBB.
SCHLIEK & CO..
km. 89 EAST mm mm,
pits ii Ms & Sloes.
Ist. Paul Agoncy for BURT'S, QUAY'S,
■ BE YjN OLD'S, and Many Others.
H \3tf~ Mail orders promptly filled.
A f ' BUSINESS COLLEGE. #_..
AND TELEGRAPHIC INSTITUTE
Bai long rises established its claims lo public favor and has now enteied upon Us 15th year unde
the most favdrai'lc a_-pit-_. bene for cat*' .gut-, giving full particulars. -Northwest tor. Severn.
and Jackson streets.' V.v"'" tA"t»-»A_- , ,
__m san sou W. A. FADDIS, rirlo ip a _.
GAS FIXTURE ■ :
SLENNEY & HUDNER
108 and 105 W*t Third Btra_.
Opposite Metropolitan HoteL ' -
PHTG3. ; ~~~Z_7
IN NEW QUARTERS.
P, J. DREIS,
It settled in his elegant New Store
Comer HI aid Saint Peter .'rue's.
Where can be fonnd the finest and beet of Drugs,
Perfumery, Toilet Articles, Patent Medicines,
etc. Also, all kinds of Garden and Flower Seeds
in their season.
PBEBCBIPTIOWS ABPECI_i V
Traffic., li. Ma-Pi...
10 West Third street, St. PauL
.respectfully Invite the attention of ladies and
gentlemen to my large, most complete and ele
gant stock of new Masquerade Costumes, for
balls, parties, theatrical performances, old folks'
concerts, tableau". Ac . /
Masks at wholesale.
Cow-'ry parties, send for list and prices.
J?. J .GIESEN. ,
BOOTS AND SHOES
____ fflil_M_MnLV_P _TT_* <rA9-'f*'.OT* l >. j ~VH\JM*t ,'.^9W M l#V ft .»*fXD'
The most Elegant Mood Purifier, Liver Invigoro
tor. Tonic, and Appetizer ever known. ■ The first
Bitter* containing Iron ever advertised in Ameri
ca. Unprincipled persona are imitating the nam.;
look out for f rands. Bee /3 /?))9 **
that the following Hi-ma- / DJh^Af] ff
tnr* is on every bottle and Ar7(J . /ril/// J -,
tall none other: A-y -rr:. ~-™<\ \
ST. I'AL'L. a___NN. L/ Druggist-: Chemist
DOORS. SASH AND BLINDS.
i > INCORPORATED.
The Leading ST. PAUL Manufactory of
SASH, DOORS, BUMS, fa
Have in Stock
1 100,000 Mof WHITE OAK FLOORIJG.
I Yellow Pine Flooring and Hardwood lumber.
I EAGLK BTBEKT AND SEVEN COBNEBS
j; - \ ; — •-
I GEORGE W. GETTY,
i, EOW BOATS AHDOABS FOR SALE.
I WHITE BEAK. ... - . - • MINX
" -' AT' Ma-ktteM
Proceeds of me "Common Council
St. Pail, Aug. 5, 1834.
President Smith In the chair.
Present: Aid. Cuinlnirs, Dnwlan, O'Con
nor, Robert, Cullen. Otis, Johnson, Starkcy,
St. Peter, Mr. President.— 10.
From J. D. Luddeu —
For permission to make connection with
the Westminster street sewer, etc.
Board of Public Works.
From J. B. Tarbox—
For permission to lay a sidewalk of Euclid
stone in front of lots 7 and 8, block 17, Rice
& Irvine's addition.
Granted, work to be done under direction
of the City Engineer.
From W. 11. Kurd & Co—
Relative to a nuisance existing near the
corner of Jackson and Pearl streets, caused
by the odorless excavating wagons, etc
President of Board of Health. .;. •",. : ■_■■
From Henry J. Strouse, on behalf of the
Odd Fellows of St. Paul—
For the free use of Market Hall for Tues
day afternoon and evening, Sept. 16, 18S4,
forthe purpose of entertaining tbe members
of the Sovereign Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows
of the United States.
' Committee on Public Buildings, with power
From the St. Paul Chamber of Commerce —
Calling attention to the advisability of plac
in a large map of Ramsey county or the
city of St. Paul, in the forthcoming exhibi
tion at New Orleans.
From Edwin Treasure and Others —
For the grading of Kent street, from Igle
bart to Carroll street.
Board of Public Works with order.
From Anna Simons—
For permission to erect a frame building
in lire limits.
Granted — See Ordinance No. 125.
From Thos. Looby and others
Asking that license be refused any and all
persons to sell liquor in Dawson's addition
to West St. Paul.
Committee on License.
From Edward Lofstat and Others —
Relative to the box drain that is being con
structed on Josette street, that the same is
being laid too low, etc.
Board of Public Works.
From Robert McMenemy and Edmund
Rice, Jr. —
For the vacation of Mississippi street in
block 11. Hoyt's out lots.
Committee on Streets.
From F. W. Peters—
For transfer of "Broker's License" No.
Committee on License.
From C. A. Rose, Frank Schimon, "W. J.
Glenn, F. Neura, O'Linde _. Bros., John
Arlt, D. Neary, Patrick Conley, Adam
Neid, F. Sorg, Thco. Burth, Crow-
Brothers, Chus. Dunger and Andrew
For transfer of liquor licenses.
Committee on License.
REPOKT9OF CITY OFFICEttS.
Of City Comptroller— Audited Claims, viz:—
James McDonald, estimate No. 4 final,
grading Walnut street, $400; James McDon
ald, estimate No. 3, grading Fourth street,
$687.50; Stockton & Lindquist, estimate No.
1, Exchange street sewer, $586.50; Geo. W.
Keese, estimate No. 3, sidewalk contract of
year 1884, $5,079.07; St. Paul Book and Sta
tionery Co., $7.90; P. H. Pcteler, $321.84';
Wilson & Rogers, $54.69; Northwestern
Stamp Works, $12.25; St. Paul Foundry,
$24; Griggs & Foster, $25; E. F. Osborne,
$9.15; St.>aul Foundry Co., $116.00; Aver
ill, Russell & Co., $1.20; F. Knuft, $3.80;
Robinson & Cary, $3.10; Joseph Spiel, s2o 05;
Chas. Matheis, $13.50; Mrs. Cog-dan, $14;
Briggs it Holbrook, $150; Chas. Matheis,
$2,10; Sherwood Hough, $15; J. 11. Field
ing, $45; Quinby it "Abbott, $210; M. F.
Kenedy it Bro., $86; W. P.. Barkhard, $7;
John G. Hinkel, $32: Ausrnst Ohmann, $98;
Chas. 11. Parmelee, $11.52; Henry F. Hoyt,
$23.45; J. Schillo & Co., $1; T. S. White
Book and Stationery company, $18.97;
John Foos, $1.98; G. W. Merrill,
$10; People's Ice company, $9;
Hayes it Mollne, estimate No. 4, final, grad
ing Fifth street, $362; James Muruune, esti
mate No. 7, final, grading Pleasant avenue,
$2,150; Warne it Stockton, estimate No. 4,
supplementary to final, Cedar street reiver,
$50; Arthur Mullen, estimate No. 1, Wakota
and Sixth street sewers, $2,082.50; James
McDonald, estimate No. 3, final, grading
Han 111 street, $405; F. S. Blodgett, estimate
No. 5, supplementary to final, sewers on
Oakland and Dale streets, $477; Warne A
Stockton, estimate No. 4, supplementary to
final, Cedar ifcßluff street sewers, $200; Warne
it Stockton, estimate No. 3, supplementary
to final, Canada street sewer, $50;
J. D. Moran, estimate No. 1, grading Me*
Boal street, $545; Thornton A. Moran, es
timate No. 5. final grading Exchange street,
$1,839; Michael O'Brien, estimate No. 8
final, Seventh street viaduct, $3,590.40;
John C. McCarthy, estimate No. 3 final,
grading Ada street, $108.50; Michael O'Brien,
estimate No. 12, supplementary to final,
Pbalen creek culvert, $300; John Doherty,
estimate No. 2, supplementary to final, Ex
change street sewer, $47; Stockton <fc Lind
quist, estimate No. 2 final, Exchange street
Hewer, $87.75; Huebner & Zollman, esti
mate No. 2 final, grading Cherry street. $610;
Board (if Water Commissioners, $7,470.88;
Wilkin & Romer, $25.00; Green & Young,
$150.00; G. W. Merrill, $3.00; J. E. Norton
& Son., $10; C- E. Keller it Co., $6.45;
Pioneer Press Co., 83.50; Adam Rothwell A
C 0. ,2.88; Ward, Hill & McClellan, $10.05;
House of Good Shepherd, $159.08; Georgo
Mitsch & Co., $4.25; McMaster & Getty, $2;
John Martin Lumber Co., $1,376.09; Robert
Sceger, $1,119.92; St. Paul Gas Co., $9,890.
-18; Geo. Mitsch, $79.60.
Allowed and ordered paid by the following
— AM. Cuinings, Dowlan, O'Connor,
Robert, ( alien, Otis, Johnson, Starkey, St.
Peter, Mr. President — 10.
Of City Clerk-
Statement of licenses Issued by him slnco,
January 1, 1884, as follows:
Liquor licenses $52,400 "0
Deer licenses 140 00
Butcher licenses 3,150 00
Vehicle licenses 1.700 00
Peddlers licenses 1.165 00
Miscellaneous licenses 7,7.0 tO
Drivers licenses 108 00
Total $66,467 00
(if City Engineer— Cox and others' pe
The Engineer reports that some work will
be necessary to make the proposed road suit
able for travel, and before the old road Is va
cated that the petitioners be required to do
such work on the proposed road as will make
it as good as the old road for travel etc.
Committee on Streets —
Plats not Accepted —
The Engineer submit, plats of St..Alban»
street addition and K. U. Bryant's re-arrange
ment, etc., without bis approval as the al
leys are less than twenty feet wide etc.
Committee on streets.
Of Inspector of buildings —
Report for month of July, 1884, with
Treasurer's receiptaccompanying for $493.00
receipt* of his office for said month.
Of Market Master-
Report for month of July 1884, with
Treasurer's receipts accompanying for $50.00
collections for said month.
Of Clerk of Municipal Court-
Report for month of July, 1884, with
Treasurer's receipts accompanying for $1,
-665.25, collections for said month.
Of Chief of Police-
Report for month of July, 1884, showing
the amount of fines and eo-ts collected to be
$1 562.50. Total number of arrests 522.
Of Captain of Police-
Report showing the number of gas and oil
lamps not lighted during the month of June,
1884, as follows:
Total number of gas lamps not lit 1.
Total number of oil lamps not lit .1
Electric lamps not lit 13
Comptroller. - v
Of Pound Master through Chief of Police
Report for tbe month of July, 1884, with
Treasurer' receipts accompanying for $227,
poundage collections for said month.
Report or Board Of PI.Hi.IC Works.
Banff] Street Grading —
To the Common Council of the City of St.
The Board of Public "Works have had under
consideration the resolution or order of tho