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Rev. Dr. Dana preached a powerful and
Interesting discourse at Unity church yes
There was a good tide of travel to White
Bear and Elmo on yesterday's trains.
A lost child picked up by the police on the
corner of Fourth and Sibley streets yesterday
afternoon was found by its parents at the
city hall last evening.
Jacob Weiner was arrested at 7 o'clock
yesterday morning by Officer Stotz for steal
ing a gold watch from a room mate at Julius
&ross' hotel at the Seven corners.
After the country has been flooded with a
multitude of cigars under all kinds of names,
the St. Paul cigar has been invented with a
bird's-eye view of the city pasted on the in
ner lid of the box.
Rev. Dr. Baldwin, a famous Baptist divine
of Troy, N. V., and the pastor of the First
3aptist church of that city for a continuous
term of forty years, filled the desk of the
First Baptist church in this city yesterday
The Rev. Father Stariha's church on West
Seventh street is taking shape and a steeple,
»nd it will be dedicated the last Sunday of
this month. Tlie neighborhood of the church
shows unusual stir and activity.
Chief Clark notified the force yesterday, so
say the saloon keepers, to have saloons on
their beats curtain their windows and doors
on Sunday, day and evening, and to show
no "glims" in their windows, either.
The General Barnard, the government
snag steamer, which arrived from below at
St. Paul .on Friday, goes down the river again
this afternoon on the lookout for these dan
gerous implements to navigation, of which it
has pulled a good crop this summer.
Margaret Bradley, who got out of jail yes
terday, where she had served a sentence for
drunkenness, (being refused admission to
the House of the Good Shepard), immedi
ately commencing to celebrate on spirits
form en ti, and was picked up near the Seventh
street tunnel at 10 o'clock the same evening
and lauded in a City hall cell.
.Deputy United States Marshall Richoff
landed one Wm. Young in the Ramsey
county jail yesterday morning, he being
ordered thus committed by United States
Commissioner Ira B. _ i!Ls,in default of $500
bonds, for illegally cutting 300 Norway pine
trees on section 10, township 135, range 34,
scaling 75,000, and of the aggregate value of
The executive committee of tbe several
German Roman Catholic benevolent socie
tiea of the city will bold a meeting at tbe
ball of Assumption church this evening, to
bear reports of committees appointed to pre
pare for tbe convention of tbe German Cath
olic societies of the United States, to be held
in St. Paul in September next, at which sev
eral thousand guests are expected to be pres
A verdant chap put in appearance at the
City ball yesterday to complain of Big Tom
who ordered bim with bis chair, off tbe side
walk to make way for people crowding the
same on their return' from a funeral. He
was furious when be found that certain side
walk rights of bis American citizenship were
somewhat abridged from bis understanding
Jerry Robeson, tbe supposed negro, ar
rested on Fourth and Minnesota streets by
Ollicer Pat Collins on Saturday evening, for
using indecent language, and who set the
town wild with ids cries of murder while
being conducted through court bouse square
to the city hail, turns out to be a Frenchman
and was released from durance yesterday by
putting up $20 ball.
A New Nationality.
The Evening Xncs, Sydney, N. S. W., Aus
iraliu, says editorially: "It lias mystified doc
tors, delighted sufferers and dispelled the
doubts of the most incredulous. Its virtues
are praised by thousands who have been res
cued froni years of torture. The world-famed
St. Jacobs Oil lias come to be justly and uni
versally recognized as the National Remedy."
Hiram Sniro, U. S. A., was a truest nt the
Harrison Alli-ii, F. K. Paxton and S. S.
B' inchsrd, al b'argo, were al the Merchants
(. Bhx-mer, Covington, Ky., Henry
I and --.ik ''■ .i •> ■•■. Mich., and Adatn
<..•■:... .'.■.... '. SVis., were guests at the
CI. rend' n ■■■■■■■ nluy.
Evan llai : ■ , ' sinarek; I. P. Been, Ft.
BuiorU; ('. \V. . .. . •. it. Keogh, and Thomas
11 . .:!: •.. ol . :.-, ivcre guests at the Mer
Charles T. Roi , U. S. A., and family, A.
Rcppard aud family, Savannah, Ga. : Dr.
and Mrs. Kamsey, Si. Cloud, passed the Sab
bath at the Merchants.
Gus M. Bar, Grafton, Dakota; L. L. Bax
ter, Fergus Falls: S. C. Clark, Austin; Fred
11. Adams, Cooperstown, Dakota, were guests
at the Merchant! yesterday.
Justice Wm. Mitchell, Judge Thomas Wil
son and Hon. Gordon E. Cole returned from
it month's vlflit to Yellowstone park and the
Pacific coast ou a Sioux City train yester
The following were guests at the Windsor
yesterday: Oscar Tbomway and Olney
Nichols, Webster, Mass.; T. B. Turncelt,
Walla Walla, W. T. ; R. B. Harris, Roches
ter, and United States Fort Surveyor D. T.
Stueev and A. B. Harris, of Duluth.
S. W. Hcivin and wife, San Francisco;
Geo. Miller nnd wife, Milwaukee; Mrs. J. T.
Smith, rod and daughter, Philadelphia; Geo.
PuterbOOgb, wile, sou nnd daughter. I'eoria.
1!'.; Walter K. Hope und wife. New York
city; J. .1. McDonald and John liietz. Chi
cago, were guests at the Metropolitan yester
. [Special Telegram to the Ulobe.}
CHICAGO, Aug. 10. — Wm. A. Allen and
F. 1.. Cotter, or Winona, are at the Palmer.
Hon. J. 1,. Merriam, of St Paul, is a guest
at the Brand Pacific
atthe Grand Pacific: V. G. Curtis, St.
Paul; J. K. R. Foss, Minneapolis; W. C.
Sl.erman. St. Pan).
_<a ong the gneeta at the Palmer are: W.
B. Palmer aad (J. W. Kerr, Minneapolis: A.
N. Mcßridc, Mitchell; Mrs. W. 11. Tavlor.
Northwesterners at the Sherman: Chas.
W. Kussell, Minneapolis; L. S. Thorpe,
Wilimar; C. W. Dresser aud John Wilson,
F. D. Sullivan and wife and OraG. Austin,
La Crosse, are registered at the Tremont
A Smoke House Fire.
At 5:02 yesterday afteruoou an alarm was
was sent lv from bos 01. takiug the depart
ment and a big crowd ol people to the corner
oi Eighth ami Jackson streets, where a stove
sittintr la! on the floor amid a sea of grease
In a small smoke house in the rear of a two
story fr.'ine building occupied by John Wye]
as a b«tcha shop, it being known as the Old
Lamb shop, had become overheated and lired
:he premises. The blaze area put out by
L'hemieal No. 1 after it had damaged the
premises about $15 and inaugurated a first
■eflim "f the Carleton Ojtera Company
The favorable impression made by the
Carleton Open company upon the music
bring p >pu':ace of St. Paul, on the occasion
of t-ictr recent visit to this city, makes it
almost certain that the brief return engage
_< at to be played this week, will meet with
the Battering reception the admirable com
pany f s entitled to. The engagement opens
ou Thursday evening and will consist of
I— ree performances and a matinee. On
v evening and at the Saturday mat
ime l *Fra D.nvlo" will be presented,
aad ou Friday and Saturday nights the
"Merry War." The company has been
heard in the latter opera and the immense
amount of pleasure afforded is still a frag
rant memory with opera goera of this city.
The company liave but recently added 'Tr»
to their list and they are said to
sine the beastlft— opera in a most charming
and artistic inaaucr. I'twt couiyauv retains
Mr. Carleton, Jessie Bartlett Davis, Lily Post
and in fact all the old favorites. The sale
of reserved seats commences to-morrow
His Closing Lecture, at the Cathedral
Last night Father Shauley announced that
the collection to be taken up before the lec
ture was to be handed to Monslgnor Capel in
grateful acknowledgment for his good works
among us iv the last week.
Mousignor Capel treated as announced on
"Out the church no salvation." a much at
tacked teaching of the Catholic church. He
gave as tlie points to be regarded that the
teachings of the church on this matter are
strictly charitable, that he has to teach a
large number of Catholics the standing of
the church on this point, as to the precept of
charity.' He quoted from scripture several
passages, and summed them up in the fol
Man, he says, always has the means of
salvation put into his way, and that this
means is not to be treated idly but profited
of, and that tor no reason of loss of posi
tion or of loss of fortune should man resis
the impulse foriresearch. That the church
is divided into. ?parts, a body and soul, and
those baptized, iv the church and in the
practice of its teachings are of the body:
and that those to whom the teachings of
Christ have not been made known through
this source are of the soul. That knowing
that there is but one way of salvation, it
becomes not only a matter of choice but a
matter of duty to investigate these truths
and find the true ways of salvation.
The monsiguor stated that in these days it
is almost impossible to seize the only outiet
to not being saved in this fold namely:
'Invincible ignorance,' a3 the teachings of
the Ca*holics are always open to investiga
tion and that should man devote half the
energy aud one-eight of the time to the
search for truth ac he does to the acquire
ment of wealth and worldly distinction, he
cannot fail to find these truths.
Thanking his hearers for the attention
given him in the past week and reminding
them that by listening to his teachings they
were bound to investigate, Monsignor Capel
closed his course by entreating them to fol
low the impulses of there conscience and to
The Work of the WeeJc.
To the Editor of the Globe :
Rt. Rev. Monsignor Capel has closed a
week's work iv this city, remarkable for the
zeal and industry of the prelate, and for the
wouderful stock of church knowledge, or
knowledge pertaining to the Catholic faith,
which that week's work has shown. He has
touched upon his creed, and of what he con
siders the shortcomings of the denomina
tions, and he was heard with a firmness that
came apparently of honest conviction and
with, at the same time, a courtesy that did
not leave a peg for unbelievers to carp at
tbe presentment of the learned gentleman's
He takes with him in his journeying the
respect of all in this city, and the affection of
many who had the pleasure of meeting him
Tbe cathedral was crowded every evening
during the week, yet there seemed room and
a welcome for all, particularly, for those who
do not beloug to what tbe Catholics call "the
household of faith." The pnblic are greatly
indebted to Monslgnor Capel for acquainting
them with the dogmas of "the church Cath
olic," as the prelate speaks the title, aud we
may say also that the public ou this occasion,
as indeed on all other occasions at tbe cath
edral, are greatly indebted to the courtesy
and hospitality extended to 6trangers by
Messrs. McCarthy aud Donnelly, who have
the care of the temporalities of the church.
They are to a certainty the right gentlemen
iv the right place.
The collection at the high mass yesterday
wits presented to Monsignor Capel, who goes
from here to Winnipeg, and who returns to
New York at an early day to attend to the
publication of some of bis books.
T. S. McMaims-
The funeral or the late T. S. McManus
occurred afternoon from his late residence
on Kamsey street, and was conducted by
Ancient Landmark Lodge; A. F. and A. M.,
of which, as before stated by the Globe, the
deceased was at the time of his death a mem
ber. The members of the above named
organisation met at their hall, corner of
Wubsbaw and Third, at 3 p.m., to the num
ber of ov-r ninety, and headed by the
twenty-fifth regiment band marched to the
family residence, where the family and the
Immediate friends of Mr. McManus were
alnydy assembled, and where they were
joined by Franklin Lodge, A. O. U. W.,
The casket, which was covered with black
velvet and which hud a half glass top, wes
placed beneath the shade of the dooryard
trees and around it the mourning frieuda
assembled. Upon the head was iaid a mag
nificent wreath of tuber roses, while upon the
foot was a large floral square una compass,
also of tuber roses,supported by a pedestal.
As soon as the civic societies present had
been properly stationed Rev. M. N. Gilbert,
rector of Christs church, proceeded to read
the beautiful and impressive ceremony of the
Episcopal ritual, after which, "Nearer My
God to Thee" was sung by a quartette of
male voices. The further ceremonies were
then taken charge of by the Masonic fra
The portion of the Masonic service, appro
proprtate for the place, was read by the
master and chaplain, after which as the band
stationed in front of the residence in the
street played a dirge, the societies and friends
passed around the casket viewing tlie re
mains through the glass from which the
outer lid had been removed. The pallbear
ers then took charge of the remains and con
veyed them to the hearse in waiting. They
were C. S. Bunker, Chas. Eaton, R. C.
Munger, Dr. H. K. Wedel, B. H. Pleehner
und C J. Thompson. Filing past the hearse
in open order the large Masonic
procession, headed by the band,
escorted the funeral cortege to
beautiful Oakland cemetery. The route was
down Ramsey street from the residence to
Seventh. Seventh to Wabashaw, Wabashaw
to the hill, where omnibusses and carriages
were provided for the use of, and which con
veyed the band and Masonic brethren to the
cemetery gate, where dismounting they
agaiu formed aud marched to the grave.
Here the impressive Masonic burial
service was rendered, the large assemblage
of brethren uniting in forming the broken
link and in giving the public grand honors.
At the conclusion of the ceremonies
the Masonic body were unloaded
at their point of embarkment on
Wabashaw street and reforming and
again headed by the band were marched to
their hali. The music rendered by the 96— i
band, especially the dirge rendered at the
cemetery, was of a very tine order, and re
flects great credit upon the performers. The
large number of Masons who turned out to
assist in paying the last sad rites to one who
was so lately v Member of their order was
certainly vcrv pr - fxninj.
The proof of the pndding is not in caching the
string, bet in having an opportunity to test the
article direct. A. P. Wilkes. B. & E. Zimmer
man and C. B. Stierle. draggfata, has a free bot
tie -if l>r. Aosanko's Cough and Lnni: Syrap for
each, and every one who isaffl icted with Coughs.
Colds, Asthma, Consumption or any Lang Affec
Panique is at Saratoga to fill his stake en
gagements. Green B. Morris hss the colt
in charge, and it is safe to predict that when
Panique starts he will be both tit and welL
Why snffcr longer from Catarrh. Hay- Fever,
anil cold in the bead? A snre care is Ely's Cream
Haiia. It is not a liquid or snuff, and* is easily
applied. Fifty cents.
1 recommend to those suffering with Hsy-Fe
ver. Ely's Cream Balm. I hnve tried nearly all
the remedies and give this s decided preference.
It gave rae immediate relief. — C. T. Stephens,
Hardware Merchant, Ithaca, N. Y.
Lovers of trne art should not fail to see "Cus
ter s Last Rally," on exhibition at the Hotel
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DIAMOND JO LINE STEAMERS.
For Winona, La Crosse, Dubuque, Rock Island
Burlington, Keokuk, Quiucy, St. Louis
and all Intermediate Points.
The elegant, popular and fast electric light pas
James Best, Master. H. C. Luse, Clerk
Leaves St. Paul Wednesday, Aug. 13, at 10 a. m.
This is the most pleasant route South, Kast
and West from St. Paul. View the famed scenery
of the Upper Mississippi. No heat or dust.
Through tickets to all river aud interior points
via river and rail. Low rates, including meals
A. O. LONG, Agent.
Oflicc and Dock opposite L'nion Depot. City
Office in St. Paul, corner Third and Jackson.
Office in Minneapolis, 10 Washington avenue
ST. LOUIS AND ST. PAUL PACKEf CO.
THE ONLY LINE OF
Win. Thompson, Master, S. Orinnell. Clerk, de
parts for St. Louie and Way Landings,
touay,An2nstl2.atloa,mjrc_if f ,
For passage or freight, apply to
A. DKLANY, Agent,
334 Jackson St., or Levee foot of Jackson.
GOAL AND WOOD,
GIB & FOSTER
Offer the best grades of Anthracite and Bitumi
nous Coal at the very lowest market prices.
Their roal is fresh from the mines and well
screened. And their Body Wood cannot he
equaled in the state.
A share of your patronage is solicited.
41 East Third Street,
Corner of Cedar.
McQOLUS & TDIESTON,
RiflM & YEJTI! ATIfG I SPECIALTY.
Jobbing Promptly Attended To.
Agents for theMeie Stoyes & Rauzss
The Best in the World.
1 16 West Third St.. cp. Metropolitan Hotel,
ST. PAUL, MINN. 180
More than 20 years' use of strictly
Reliable Fabrics, made in the most
Artistic and Durable manner possible
has made for tlie
the most enviable reputation of any
Goods produced. They are sold by
first-class retailers throughout the
country. Ask your dealer for them.
BRISBIN & FAR WELL.
Corner bl Wafcashaw and Fwrtk strata.
» t»v_ _rcrt_ O— — .
We are now building, aud offer for sale FIVE
SNUG, WELL-ARRANGED DWELLINGS in
Block 11, Ilolcomb's addition, fronting on _en
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 yon, or you
can look for yourself.
We also offer a very well built and attractive
HOUSE, just finished, on Farquier 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
nred, the money will come more freely.
LOTS to build upon seem jnst now to be most
in demand. We have them all around the city,
in Wright's Addition, and Summit Park on the
west; Lockwood's and other additions on the
If you want to buy, or sell, or borrow, give ns
111 B B 8 1B I i I
g.W. Cor. Jackson & Fifth Sts!
We have just platted and now offer for sale
lots in the Minnesota Addition. This addition
lies adjoining the great machine shops of the
Northern Pacific Railroad Company, which are
the largest and most extensive on the line of the
road, those at Brainerd alone excepted. The lots
are started at very low prices $25 to $75 a pieces
and will show a very handsome advance by fall,
Livingston is less than two years old, with a
population of over 3,000 people, is the brightes
town on the Northern Pacific Railroad, has maiiy
brick and stone buildings, is growing very rapid
ly and bases her claims for making a large city on
the following grounds :
It is the gateway to the National Park.
It is the terminal point of the National Park
It is the hoadquarters of three divisions of the
lt is 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 is 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 Gulch, etc., etc.
It has a splendid water power.
It has plenty of pane and fir timber.
It has an abundance of pure water and a mild
It is tbe youngest town in America with a
National Bank and a daily newspaper; it also has
two weekly newspapers and the best hotel in
Montana. It has the only deposit of limestone
on the line of road from Duluth west. Some six
or seven lime kilns are now in operation, also
plenty of brick aud fine brick clay. Hot springs
exist (176 ° temperature) within twelve miles of
town, which excell those of Arkansaw. The Uuion
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, are putting in a plant of
seventy-five coking furnaces. Lots for sale by
C. LIVINGSTON & CO.,
63 £. Third street, Bt. Paul.
(Succeeeor to D. A. Robertson & Co.. the oldest
real estate agency in Minnesota.)
No. 7 EcQmilaa Bioclc cor. Thira & Watiasnaw.
(Established in 1873,)
JIEATj ESTATE AGENT,
Corner Third <fc Robert streets. (In Savings Bank,)
ST. PALL, MINN.
Buys, Sells, Collects, Pays Taxes, Negotiates
GEISWOLD & TEEPL_C~
Real Estate & Loan Brokers,
NO. C 3 EAST THI—O STREET.
St.PauL - - Minn
REAL ESTATE AGEXT,
MANNIIEI— ER BLOCK. - - ROOM 11,
St. Paul. ... Minn.
STORE DWELLING "AND BARNat Auction—
I will sell at anctlon, on the premises, corner
of Virginia and University avenues, lot 1, block 2,
of Elfelt, Bemheimer& Arnold's addition to St.
Paul, size of lot, 50x119. together with the em
provcmeuts thereon, to-wit: One store and sa
loon with large basement and dwelling of six
rooms, good well and cistern and bam. 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 Tnesday,
August li, at 10 a. m. Terms to be made known
P. T. KAVANAGH,
Ofi LOTS IN EASTVILLE HEIGHTS AT
Ovy Auction — I will sell on the premises, on
Satudray, August 38. at 3 o'clock p. m., sixty lots
in blocks two, seven, ten aud Uleen, in above ad
dition. This beautiful ground overlooks the
greater portion of our city, from which the rich
or poor man can select a fine borne
.iite. lt is now a well established fact that Enst
St. Paul is for all times to be a great nianafac
tnring center, and is represented to-day by such
establishment* as the Harvester Works, Plow
Work*, C. N. Nelson Lumbering Co., J. P.
Gribr-en's Lumbering Co., the Duluth shops,
possibly the shops cf the Wisconsin Central R. R.,
the Terra Cotta Lumber Co. s works, etc., etc.
Terms will i>e small payments to all who will im
prove at once,
P. T. KAVANAGH,
TAKEN UP— There was brought to Wright's
Livery Stable, on East Ninth street, Satur
day night, a black mare, picked np in the street.
She was wilhont shoes and lame in right hind
weighs ten or eleven hundred. Owner can
obtain her by call! ng at stable and paying
AC— ET'S LOAN OFFICE— Notes bought,
money loaned on furniture, pianos, horses,
wagons and personal property st low rates, with
out removal. Offices, Koom 7. First National bank
building, corner Fourth and Jackson street, St.,
Paul, and Room 7, Mackey — Legg block, corner
of Fourth snd Nicollet, Minneapolis. 207*
LOANS on Life Ins. Policies. L. P. V«a
Norman, No. 245. Ist Aye. S. Minneapolis.
FOUND — Red snd white cow, owner can hare
it by paying charges. James Kavanagh.
East SL Paul . 222-224
WANTED — Estimates for a system of water
works for the viUage of Perl— m. Apply
to R. J. Jung, Village Recorder. 219-225 -
•HarSck'i Too* Mr I»t— u lv
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FIVE CENTS A LINE
WANTED — A position by an experienced
hotel manager, one who is thoroughly
conversunt with all details of the business: also,
a positiou wanted by a competent lady house
keeper. The best of references given. Ad.
dress J. M. X., Globe office. 233-30
THE Advertiser, a young man with several
years' business experience acquired in bank
ing and manufacturing bouse* in New York city,
and who is a competent and practical donble-en
try bookkeeper, desires to secure a position iv a
house where he can, by faithful services, secure
permanent employment. A. C. P., Ulobe office.
ANY PERSON desiring a chid wet~ nur:-e,
can apply at 342 M arket street. 221-23
WANTED — By a young man, a situation in
private family to d;ive carriage and to take
care of horses. Address F, CO, Globe office.
WANTED — A situation as engineer. Have
had ten years experience in the business.
Best of references cuu be given. Address 0, 17,
Globe office. 218-221
WANTED— A young man aged twenty,
wishes a position in a retail grocery store.
Has had throe years experience in the business.
Address G, 70, Globe office. 220-220
WANTED — A girl for general housework, 50
West Tenth street. 223-20
WANTED— Two intelligent young ladies of
good address to go to Davenport, lowa.
Employment light and respectable, paying from
$4 to $6 per day. All expenses advanced. Best
of reference required. Address Y. Z., this office.
WANTED — A good girl for general house
work, at 527 Minnesota street. 220 225
TTTANTED — Two good plumbers. Apply im-
VV mediately to Geo. Dempsey, 4-10 Jsckson
WANTED — A young man about IS years old,
to tend bar and take care of ahorse. Lake
Como Hotel. 222-226
TT7" ANTED — A horseshoer, a first-class fioor-
V V man. Apply at once, Comnel & McPhail,
Scientific horsesuoers, 187 W. Fourth street.
FOR RENT— Two new stores on West Third
street. $60 and $40 per month. Davis &
Brown, 360 Jackson street. 223-225
FOR RENT— A residence fiat 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. It. McDonnell. 210*
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 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, 183 East
Seventh street. 180*
NINE-ROOM house on Lafayette avenue,
Phalen water, bath grate, etc. Davis &
Brown, 360 Jackson. 223-225
FOR RENT— Ready Ist September, four nice
new houses, in Watson's addition near Fort
street cars and Webster school. Five rooms,
three good closets and cellar. Rent $11 per
month each. Apply to John Q. Adams, 126
East Third street. 223-30
FOR RENT — A house containing eight rooms,
cellar, well and cistern. Inquire at 310 Oak
FOR RENT— A house of five rooms, water,
cellar and wood shed, 378 North Fort street.
NOT— -ROOM hom-e on Western avenue, fine
condition. Davis & Brown. 223-25
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*
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, 0 rooms, cellar, well and cistern.
Apply at corner Seventh and Rosabel streets.
Andrew Schock. 202*
FOR RENT— Houses from 83 to $10. Jns.
Dillon, 235 Commercial street. 202*
TEN-ROOM house on Selby avenue, $40 per
month. Davis and Brown. 223-25
FOR RENT— House 545 Ashland avenue, 8
rooms, alcove and bath, cistern and well
water. Rent low. E. Ingham, 503 Ashland
TWO new houses for rent. C. Casey, 098 East
Fourth street. 800*
OUSES FOR RENT— Between Twelfth and
Thirteenth streets, on Robert, Uri L.
1?OR KENT— A cottage house with B rooms,
. in thorough repair, at £85 per month. Ap
ply to J. A. Sabin, Davidson block. 159*
ITIOB RENT — A cottage with tour rooms,
Pantry and closets, good water and every
convenience. Apply to J. 0. McCarthy, Sixth
1710R RENT — A front room, first floor, corner
Sibley and Seventh streets, (suitable for an
office, or any other purpose. Call at 349 Franklin
FOR RENT— A plcasantroom withall modern
conveniences, with board. Address B, 14,
Globe office. 223-284
FOR RENT — Furnished rooms, iv the pleasant
residence opposite of Carpenter's St. An
thony Hill Lookout, on Summit avenue. Inquire
at the Lookout. 222-25
FURNISHED rooms torrent — Two very Ele
gantly furnished rooms — sitting and bed
rooms, suitable for two or more yuung men.
Inquire at 100 West Third street, flret floor.
COMPLETE~Manufactn7ing business for sale,
cheap. Inquire of Capluin T. J. Barney,
(.number of Commerce. 223-27
i) 4 BY 16 FEET, 6 foot wall, 10 ounce duck
_ — tent, for sale by Win. Lee & Co. 922*
ITIOR SALE — Saloon, boarding house and Sum
: iner garden, cheap. Address Globe office.
OR SALE— A boarding house and a good
stand for a saloon. Apply 348 Rosabel
street; SlO per month ; three years lease.
FOR SALE — A flve-giassCuuningham carriage
or hack, cheap for ea*h. 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.
FOR SALE or Eschnnge — 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
Hallet & Davis piano. Call at once if you
mean business. E. S. ALLEN,
203* 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 Waller, corner
West Seventh and Walnut streets. 201-224
FOR sale ch?np — Building, 23x150 on leased
ground on Eighth street between Jack«on
and Sibley. Wolterstorff <fc Mortiz. 193*
FOR SALE — One four-horse engine and boiler
complete, la good order. Inquire at Franklin
Machine shops, comer of Sixth and Cedar strcetss.
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 H.
P. Hall, St. Panl, Minn. 204*
MISCELLANEOUS REAL ESTATE.
rf*l,soo, will bay one of the test farms in Grant
tj> county, with bouse of 8 rooms, hoase alone
tostsl ,2oo, only one mile from the county seat,
10 acres of the handsomest grove of trees in the
state, this property must be- sold in the next 10
days. Faetyell &. Co., Third and Jackson.
FOB SALE — The following desirable lots: lots
corner of Pleasant avenue and Sixth street,
2 lots on Rice street, between Iglehart and TUton
street, 10 lota in Irvine's second addition, front
ing on Seventh street, fend of bridge) ; 12 lots
in Irvine's addition to West St. Paul; also a well
established paying business. Apply to George
W. TnrnbnU. 343 Exchange street, city. 223*
OR SALE OR EXCHANGE— A choice farm,
folly improved and located one mile from a
good town, snd will sell cheap. Farweil & Co.,
Third sad Jackson streets.
OR the next 30 dsys goods wiU be sold at
grest sacrifice. Refrigerators and ice cresm
freezers specialties. 163 Last Seventh. _'.VoUer
stot- 6 _e«i*. *% i
:-'-,' CLOTHLE BB.
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.
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WEBER" PI ANOS.
Acknowledged by Mists the Best io the World.
I know of none superior to the Weber and none that can compete with them
for durability.— i eresa Carreno.
The tone of the Weber Piano is so sweet, rich and sympathetic, jet so full,
wan J snail always rank you as the greatest manufacturer of the day.— Emma
S*l i^hr P r lanos excel aIJ ot,,ers iv volume or tone and in power of expression.—
There are no Pianos in the world that sustain the voice like the Weber.— Ear
H. C. MUNGEE, Asrent, St. Paul
SEND FOB CATALOGUES.
58 East Third Street.
la *est styles of Imported Goods always on hand. Perfect fits guaranteed.
c. c. mmi,
Boots id les,
Sew Styles Daily Received.
332 Wduhnr i&vt cv. 4fli
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS i _j\ ..
IMPORTERS ill HBLESALE DRUGGISTS.
(M and 70 bibley street, corner Fifth, UL Faul, Minn.
FAIRBANKS' STANDARD SCALES!
Eclipse Wind Mills Tanks and Pumps,
Smith- Vaile Steam Pumps and Boilers,
Hancock Inspirators, Lubricators, eta
FMBMS, MORSE & CO., ~^mTm Sibley street
E033 AHD BEOJS DJIALBHS.
SCI_I_I_-I_ & CO.,
■ SO. 89 EAST THIRD STREET,
■ st. Paul Agency for BURT'S, QiiA-'S.
KEYW OLD'S, and Many Others.
I Of Mail orders promptly filled.
~AND TELEGRAPHIC INSTITUTE
Has long since eslsl iiFredits cltin.s to jiuUic favor and has now entcied upon Its 15th year unls
the most lavcrabie auspices, tecu lor cats' jfue, giving full particulars. Northwest cor. .Seventh
and Jackson streets.
W. A. FADDI3, I'rinoipa-
BLENNEY & HUDNEK
W wt 105 W«t Third Strut
Opposite Metropolitan Hotel.
IN NEW QUARTERS.
P, J. DREIS,
Is settled in his elegant New Store
Comer M M Saint Peter sWs.
Where can be found the finest and best of Drains,
Perfumery, Toilet Articles, Patent Medicines,
etc. Also, all kinds of Garden snd Flower Seeds
in their season.
PBEBCBIFTIONB ABPECXA T.TY
fcMcal ~i MBspraflB
10 West Third street, St. PauL ,
Jrespectfully invite the attention of ladles snd
gentlemen to my large, moat complete snd ele
gant stock of new Masquerade Costumes, for
balls, parties, theatrical performances, old folks'
concerts, übieacs, «fee.
Masks st wholesale.
Conn^ry parties, send for list snd prices.
L\ J .GLESJ-N. i
BOOTS AND SHOES
The most Elegant Blood Purifier, Liver Invigora
tor, Tonic, and Appetizer ever known. The Sn|
Bitters containing Iron ever advertised in Ameri.
ca. Unprincipled persons are imitating tbe nam e|
look out for frauds. Pee /£l/n)a«-- —
that the follow! ng slgna- /IUgW) 7/ *S
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ST. PAUL. MINN. <_/ Druggist & Chemist
DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS.
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The Leading ST. PAUL _ anafactorrof
SASH, DOORS, BUMS, &t
Have ln Stock
' 100,000 feetor Ml WBITE 01K FLOO&UT&
j Yellow Pine Flooring and Hardwood Lnraber.
EAGLK sIKKKI' AND BKVKN COKNEKs
GEORGE W. GETTY,
EOW BOATS AND OARS FOR SALE.
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