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The assessments for improving Seventh
street are beinir paid up with a great rush.
The mercury grew ambitious yesterday
and soared into the attic roof of the ther
James P. Holmes was admitted to practice
in the courts in Minnesota in Judge Simons
session of the district court yesterday.
A tine crayon portrait of Gen. S. P. Jenni
son, private secretary of Gov. Hubbard, was
- delivered at the executive rooms at the state
Dyer & Howard paid custom house duties
yesterday amounting to $894.20 on twenty
one cases of musical instruments imported
from France and Germany.
The sum of $55,000 was disbursed by the
city treasurer yesterday, in payment of bills
for work on the water extension, street con
tractors and miscellaneous accounts.
Inspector of steamboats, Gen. Flower, on
yesterday examined the steamer Gen. Bar
nard now lying at this port. He pronounces
the craft iv tirst-class condition.
A warrant was issued yesterday for the ar
rest of Bernard Sehuler, who is charged with
keeping a fierce, and vicious dog. The com
plaint was sworn out by John Egan, who
charges that he was attacked by the animal
and badly bitten.
Geo. Bewn was placed in the Ramsey
county jail yesterday to serve out a sentence
of fifteen days for breaking out the windows
of a saloon at Rush City, Chisago county. As
Chisago county has no jail the authorities
hire Bcwu boarded out in Castle O'Gor
The Seven Corners Building association
neld their first regular meeting last evening
in Forepaugh's new block at the Seven Cor
ners, 150 members subscribing and taking
the collections amounting to $2,100,
which were all loaned at a bonus of 71. The
association begins under most favorable
L. Ludwig & Co. is a new firm that has
opened up a new livery, sale and boarding
.table at So. 143 Twelfth street, near Jack
on. The lirrn makes a specialty of board-
Ing private horses and selling horses on
commission. Mr. Ludwig is a well known
citizen in St. Paul, having been here for a
mi in ber of years, and any business en
trusted to him will be promptly attended to.
A very line crame of tennis will be played
this afternoon on the grounds of the St. Paul
club on Dayton avenue. Ten gentlemen
from the English colony in Sibley, lowa,
have challenged the St. Paul club. They
Will leave Hotel Lafayette at 12 m. and play
will begin about 3p. m. In the evening the
gentlemen are guests of the Minnesota Boat
club and will be present at their social on
Mr. Chug. Warburton, Melbourne, Austra
lia, says he hu Herod from a sprained kuee
and tried many preparations without relief.
Finally be tried Bt. Jacobs Oil, the magic
pain-conqueror, and was cured.
Frank E. Graher, Chicago, Is at the Wind
James K. Depue, Washington, is at the
A. Sternberg, Valley City, D. T., is at the
A. D. McDougall, Stillwater, was in the
Hon. 11. B. Strait, Shokopec, waa In the
Coroner Quinn left last night for a brief
trip to New York.
W. L. Beard and party.of Memphis, Term.,
arc at the Merchants.
1-. W. Ball and family, Ft. Wotrh, Texas,
an- at the Merchants.
Geo. Lee, and J. 11. Harper, of Philadel
phia, are at the Metropolitan.
.1. M. Burrell and V. _,_ Denham, San
born, D. T„ are at tbe Metropolitan.
Mi:-.- Maggie Powers, ol Wabashaw street,
In \isiting friends in Dubuque.
Mr. J. W. Archander, of Wilimar, is
among the guests at the Clarendon.
Geo. W. Benedict, deputy revenue collec
tor at Sauk Center, is at tbe Clarendon.
F. Cad— ell, LeSeuer, and B. F. Forbes,
rVasecs, were at the Wiudsor yesterday.
Mrs. P. Pickett and Mrs. Sa'llie Pickett, of
Sbeveport, La., are at the Windsor hotel.
Dr. \V. J. Hoffman and wife and Key. J.
Q. Doney, of Washington, are at the Wind
C. B. Pratt, Grand Forks, and J. W.
Mason, Fergus Falls, were in the city yester
L. Reed and wife, Bozcman, and Geo.
Danlson, Billings, were at the Windsor yes
W. 11. Keuvon, Butte, M. T., and Ben E.
Maris, Helena, were at the Merchants yes
Mrs. R. R. Johnson, wife of Senator John
sou, of Blue Earth City, is visiting friends
In the city.
James C. Livingston, wife and daughter,
:>f Rice Lake, Wis., arc among the guests at
T. 11. and D. 1). Bogart, Missoula, M. T.,
md P. I>. O'Brien aud wife, Deadwood, are
st tin Merchants.
Profi C. W. I.arned, U. S. A., with head
quarters at tbe West Point Academy, is stop
ping at tbe Metropolitan.
Dr. Car! Wirth with family, from Plymouth,
Wisconsin, is on a visit at his brother-in-law,
Mr. A. lii'liland, in Ik-serve Town.
D. 11. Smith, tho popular host of the Head
quarters hotel, Wahpeton, passed the Sab
bath in the city, returning home last even
James Austin, of Winnipeg; F. B. KeHogg,
Rochester, and Stephen C. Swiss and wife,
Salt Lake City, were at the Metropolitan yes
Geo. H. Johnston, clerk of court of Waton
wan county, has been called to this city from
St. Janus by the illness of his sister who re
John McKinley, Duluth; F. S. Parlln, Cas
aelton; F. V. Barnes, Bismarck; B. S. Lewis,
Was.-ca, andE. D. Soule, Philadelphia, were
at the Merchants yesterday.
Mr. Frank Law, of Edinburgh, Scotland,
put grand jeweler of the order of masons,
arrived la the city yesterday and called on
Mr. A. T. C. Pierson, the veteran member
of the masonic order iv SL Paul.
W.X- FuUcrton, Esq.. a nourishing at
torney at Ceutral City, Gilpin county, Col
orado, cailed at the state capitol yesterday.
Mr. FuUcrton is a St. Taul native, his father
at present residing on his farm, at present,
it Grey Cloud about two mile, from this
S. 8. Mead, for many years the chief book
leeper iv the city treasurer's office of Chi
cago, arrived in the city yesterday accom
panied by Ma wife. Me is oue of the veteran
lad faithful employes of the city govern
nent of Chicago, and be is goiug north on
t well earned vacatiou.
Mr. John Grous, of East Third street,
las purchased the White Elephant sam
j'e room. of Nicollet avenue fame,
Minneapolis, and has formed a partnership
*itli Mr. Harvey RoMmmm, formerly of
Memphis. Term. The latter will have the
lirect management of the White Elephant
ttd under tiio new deal tbe reputation of
■his tine resort will be more than sustained.
The proof or the pudding is not in chewing the
•trine, but in having an opportunity to test the
article direct. A. P. Wilkes, B. & E. Zimmcr
man snd C. B. Stierle. druggists, has a free bot
Ik >>f Dr. Bosunko's Cough and I.nns; for
t-srh. and evttj ore who i« afflicted withCousrhs,
I old?. Asthma, Consumption or any Lung Aflec
M i les City Prospering.
v ,-t ciai Telegram to the Globe. |
Ml «-„ City. M->n;.. Aug. 11.— Frederick
Billings, of the Northern Pacific road, was
about Hm city this afternoon. To a reporter
of the Yellowstone Jounuu he expressed him
n. if us agreeably surprised at the improve
ments in progress at Miles Ctty, and at the
prosju-cis of tbe business in stock of tbe
Northern Pacific in this season. He found
•he cattle that are going east in good condi
tion and very healthy.
Do not forge; the grand concert by :?«- _:a'.
ft>*"ra Band al Grote's Tivuli, to-ai gfeu
A WICKED ADULRIATM.
Eleven Per Cent of Tartrate of Lime Discovered
in Price's Baking Powder.
Analysis of Price's Baking Powder, of Chicago, shows :
LIME 3.53 per cent.
AMMONIA 1.05 per cent.
• Starch 19.00 per cent.
Prof Habirshaw, of New York, found the following in Price's
TARTRATE OF LIME 11.85 per cent.
Aside from the inferiortiy of a powder containing a useless sub
stance equaling about one-eighth of its entire weight, (and which is
the cause of the great lack of strength of Price's Baking Powder, as
shown by the tests of the Government Chemists,) there is to be con
sidered the serious consequences that may arise from taking this
large amount of lime into the system.
Lime cannot be decomposed by heat, and is not eliminated in
mixing or baking, and therefore all of this enormous proportion, as
found in Price's Baking Powder, remains in the bread, buiscuit, or cake
with which it is mixed, and is taken into the stomach.
By the application of heat to lime carbonic acid gas is driven off,
and there is left quick lime, a caustic so powerful that it is used by
tanners to eat the hair from hides of animals, and in dissecting rooms
to quickly rot the flesh from the bones of dead subjects.
Lime mixed with starch, (and both are found in Price's powder)
will produce a ferment. The process is not quick, and does not take
place until the food in which the baking powder is used has been some
time in the stomach. Indigestion, dyspepsia, and more serious disor
The cause of this large amount of Lime in Price's Baking Powder
is the use of cheap and impure materials.
Prof. C. B. Gibson, Chemist of the College of Physicians and
Surgeons, Chicago, had in view these impure powders containingdime,
like Price's, when, after having made an examination of many of
them, he volunteered the following testimony, that Royal Baking
Powder is the best and purest in the market :
THE ROYAL ABSOLUTELY PURE.
"Royal Baking Powdee Co. :— I recently procured a sample of
your (Royal) Baking Powder from the kitchen of a private family in this!
city, and subjected it to an examination. I found it so different from
many of the baking powders advertised as 'strictly' and 'absolutely
pure,' and so far superior, that I thought you would be pleased to
know it, and might find use for the certificate.
"In view of the vast difference and stupendous frauds that are
offered to the most 'gullible' people on the face of the earth, it pleases
me occasionally to strike an ' honest article. '
Respectfully, C. B. Gibson."
Why suffer longer from Catarrh, Hay- Fever,
and cold in the head? A sure cure is Ely's Cream
Palm. 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 huve tried nearly all
the remedies and give this a decided preference.
It gave me immediate relief. — C. T. Stephens,
Hardware Merchant, Ithaca, X. Y.
Lovers of true art should not fail to see "Cus
ter's Last Rally," on exhibition at the Hotel
To a party of moderate means, in search of a
a good business location do not fail to attend Ka
vanagh's auction sale on the corner of University
and Virginia avenues, a> 10 o'clock, this morn
"Custer's Lust Kally."
The greatest picture without a comparison
which has ever portrayed ah American episode,
SSO square feot of canvas. Hotel Livingston, on
Wabashaw street, opposite the postoffice.
To a psrty of moderate means, in search of a
good business, location do not fail to attend
Kavanagh's auction sale on the corner of Uni
versity and Virginia avenues, at 10 o'clock, this
Grand Concert to night at Grote's Tivoll, by
the Great Western Band.
Go and see the painting "Caster's Last Rally
at the Hotel Livingston.
To a party of moderate mean?, in search of a
good business location do not fail to attend
Kavanagh's auction sale, on the corner of Uni
versity and Virginia avenues, at 10 o'clock, this
Members of Union Lodgo No. IS, and Minne
sota Knc\mpment No. 1. I. O. O. ¥.. please re
port at Odd fellows Hall, at S p. m., Tuesday,
August IS, 1*34, to attend the funeral of our late
Bro. I. Christofson.
By order, V. S. PRATT, N. G.
,I'UIN UORXAX, R. S.
SMITH — At residence in Keserve town. Mary,
infant daughter ot John Smith, aged 3 months.
Funeral to-day, at 2p, m. Friends invit.d to
This powder never varies. A marvel of pnrity
I strength and whole>omeneas. More economic -i
than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be coM in
competition with the multitudes of low test, short
weight, alum or phosphate powders. Sold only
in cans. Rot at. B-kixs PowsijiCo- I*6 Wall
LaUveL Sew Yor_ |
ST. PAUL DAILY GLOBE. TtJESDAY MORNING AUGUST , 121884.
Denver, Col., Aug. 11.— The Denver
Republican and Denver Tribune, the leading
Republican newspapers of the state, consoli
dated to-day. The newspapers will be known
as the Denver Tribune-Republican, will remain
Republican in polities, and will suppor
Senator N". P. Hill for re-election. The edi
torial and business forces of the Republican
will conduct the new paper.
Tbe international association of traveling'
passenger agents of the United States antj^
Canada hold their annual convention ln this*?
city tomorrow. About 100 members have
already arrived and others are coming on
every train. J. B. Welch, president; W. B.
Tinney, secretary, arrived this afternoon.
Elaborate preparations are making for the
entertainment of the visitors, which include
a bunquet aud ball at the American hotel
Tuesday evening. Thursday morning, the
14th, they start on an excursion to the prin
cipal points of interest in the state, return
ing the 20th.
St. Jonxa, N. F., Aug. 11.— Ho further
Intelligence of the steamer Lydian Monarch.
She has not been seen from the telegraph
stations at Cape Brogle. Tha weather has
been fine and clear all day and she should
have passed close to the shore and been tele
graphed by the stations. She must have set
sail and cone to sea after being passed at
noon by the Belle apparently disabled.
B'AMOND Jl "LINE STEAMERS.
For Winona, La Crosse. Dubnqnc, Rock Islaal
Burlington, Keokuk. Qnincy, St. Louis
and ail Intermediate Points.
The elegant, popular and fast electric light pas
Jauts Best, Master. H. C. Less. Clerk
Leaves St. Panl Wednesday. Ang. 13. at 10 a. m.
This is the most pleasant ronte South, East
snd West from St. Paul. View the famed scenery
of" the Upper Mississippi. No heat or dust.
Throngh tickets to all river and interior points
via river and rail. Low rates, including meals
A. O. LONG, Agent.
Office and Dock opposite Union Depot. City
Office in St. Paul, corner Third and Jackson.
Office in Minneapolis, 16 Washington avenue
ST. LCUIS A^D ST. PAUL PACKET (0.
THE ONLY LINE OF
ST. P_4_ TJX,,
Wm. Thompson. Master. 9. Grinnell. Clerk, de
parts for St Louis and Way Landings,
te.ay, AQ£Qst 12. a! 10 a. c prims'.
For passage or freight, apply to
A. DELANY, Agent,
| 834 JtcJ-son St., or Lctcc foot of f aefcwi
St. Anthony Hill & Dayton Aye.
We shall sell, on the Premises, ,
Tuesday, August 19,
AT 10 A. _
80 ft x 233 ft
Running through from Dayton to Selby Avenues,
making 4 lots.
The residence is now occupied by Mr. A. G.
Foster, and is in the same block with Commo
dore Kittson's elegant mansion, and within a
block of the beautiful honses of the Shepard's,
pere et fils.
The real estate will be eff ored separately from
the improvements, and the sale will afford an op
portunity of purchasing property on a finished
street and in a thickly settled and choice neigh
borhood never before surpassed.
Terms and particulars on day of sale .
COCHRAS & NEWPORT,
S. W. Cor. Jackson and Fifth streets.
(Successor to D. A. Robertson & Co.. the oldest
real estate agency in Minnesota.)
No. 7 McQMMßloct cor. M& Wabasha?.
(Established In 1872,)
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
Corner Third & Robert streets, (ln Savings Bank,)
ST. PAUL, MINN. "
Buys, Sells, Collects, Pays Taxes, Negotiates
~GRISWOLD & T__3PL_V
Real Estate & Loan Brokers,
HO. 63 EAST THIRD STREET.
St. Paul. - - Minn
ii. .' a
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
MANNHEIMER BLOCK, - - ROOM 11,
StiPaul, ... Minn.
T i i i ■
HOAL AND WOOD.
GEE & FOSTER
Offer the best grades of Anthracite and Bitumi
nous Coal at the' very lowest market prices.
Their coal is fresh trom the mines and well
screened. And their Body Wood cannot be
equaled in the state.
A share of your patronage ls solicited.
41 East Third Street,
Comer ol Cedar.
IdtDILIM & THURSTON,
he thg & minim a sfecialti.
Jobbing Promptly Attended To.
Aleuts for t_sMej6 Stoves & Earn
, The Best in the World.
116 West Third St., op. Metropolitan Hotel,
ST. PAUL, MINN. 180
School of tlie Woid Shepherd,
Cor. Twelfth (1211) am Cedar,
RBV. WILLIAM C. POPE, 11. A., PRINCIPAL.
Circulars sent on application. iiu<;l2-tti-4t
BEISBIN & FARWELL.
Comer of Wabashaw and Fourth streets.
< v« i Express Office.
__________________ __________ '•'••
-KA VA NA GIFS AUC TIONS.
STOHK DWELLING AND BARN at Auction^-
I will sell at auction, on the premises, comer
of Virginia and"University avennes, 'ot 1, block "J,
of Elfelt, Bernheinicr A Arnold's addition to St.
Paul, size of lot. 50x119. together with the er.i
provcrneuts thereou, to-wit: One store and sa
loon with large basement aud dwelling of six
rooms, good well and cistern and barn. This
property Is situated In the very center of a thriv
ing ncighliorhuod, 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,
Auen«t 12, at 10 a. m. Terms to be made known
f*(\ LOTS IN EASTVILL I -SIGHTS AT
OU Auction — I will sell on the premises, on
Satudray, Augnst lU. at 3 o'clock p. m., sixty lots
In blocks two. seven, ten snd fifteen, 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 j
site, lt is now a well established fa.-t that East '
Bt Paul is for all times to be a gieat manufac
turing center, and is represented to day by such
establishments ss the Harvester Works, Plow
Works, C. N. Nelson Lumbering Co., J. P.
Gribben's Lumbering Co.. the Dnluth shops,
possibly the shops of the Wisconsin Central It. R .
the Terra Cotta Lumber Co. *s works, etc.. etc.
Terms will be small payments to all who will im
prove at once,
P. T. KAVANAGH,
ACKEY9 LOAS OFFICE— Notes bought,
money loaned on furniture, pianos, horses,
wagons and persons! property at low rates, with
out removal. Ofticee_Room T, First National bank
building, corner Fourth snd Jackson street. St..
PauL and Room 7, Mackey _ Leg? block, corner |
of Fourth and Nicollet. Minneapolis. 207* j
LOANS on Life Ins. Policies. L P. Van I
Norman. No. 245. Ist Aye. S. Minneapolis.
LOST AND FOUND.
OST — In the vicinity of Cbesnut or Oak
street, on Sstnrday evening, a large leather
pocket book containing important papers, and a
rmsll sum of money. Any one returning the
papers ran have what money the pocket book
contained. J. W. Kline, 233 Oak street, or 223
Eagle street. 225 -26
STRAYED OR STOLEN ou Friday night last, •
b*y msre. weight about 800 pounds and
white spot on right hind foot. liberal reward
vrfll be paid if returned to T. H. Collins, comer
Y«Um m£ MeadoU atnau. — 6
FIVE CENTS A LINE
WANTED— A position by an experienced
hotel manager, one who is thoroughly
conversant with all details of the business: also,
a position wanted by a competent lady house
keeper. The best of references given. Ad.
dress J. M. X., Globe ofiice. 223-29
WANTED— By a young man, a situation in
private family to drive carriage and to take
care of horses. Address F, (30, Globe office.
WANTED — A yonng man aged twenty,
wishes a position in a retail grocery ntore.
Has had three years experience in the business.
Address G, 70, Globe office. 220-220
WANTED — A girl for general housework, 50
West Tenth street. S2&-29
"YXTANTKD— Two intelligent young ladies of
VV good address to go to Davenport, lowa.
Employment light and respectable, paying from
$4 to $6 perday. AU expenses advanced. Dost
of reference required. Address Y. Z., this office.
WANTED — A good girl for general house
work, at 52T Minnesota street. 220 xTCS
\S7 ANTED— Two good plumbers. Apply im-
W mediately to Geo. Denipsey, 44U Jsckson
WANTED— A young man about 18 years old,
to tend bar and take care of ahorse. Lake
Como Hotel. . 222-220
FOR RENT— Ready Ist September, four nice
new houses, in Watson's addition neur Fori
street cars and Adams school. Five rooms,
three good closets and cellar. Rent $11 per
month each. Apply to John Q. Adams, 120
East Third street. 223-30
TTIOR RENT— Two new stores on West Third
JO street. $60 and $40 per month. Davis &
Browu, 300 Jackson street. 223-220
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. 210*
FOR RENT— The second story of the new
elegant Weed block, 50 by 85, on Sev
enth, near Sibley street, (now iv course of
erection). Ready August Ist. Will rent with
or without power for manufacturing purposes,
or will have it fitted into offices or rooms to suit.
Apply at once to Wolterstorff & Moritz, 183 East
Seventh street. 180*
NINE-ROOM house on Lafayette avenue,
Phaleu water, bath grate, etc. Davis &
Brown, 300 Jackson. 223-225
FOR RENT — A house containing eight rooms,
cellar, well and cistern. Inquire at 310 Oak
TTIOR RENT — A house of five rooms, water,
X ! cellar and wood shed, 373 North Fort street.
NINE-ROOM house on Western avenue, tine
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, 9 rooms, cellar, well and cistern.
Apply at comer Seventh and Rosabel streets.
Andrew Schock. 202*
FOR RENT— Houses from 36 to §10. Jas.
Dillon, 235 Commercial street. 202-
TEN-ROOM house ou Selby avenue, §40 per
month. Davis and Brown. 223-25
TT'OR RENT— House 545 Ashlaud avenue, 8
.D rooms, alcove and bath, cistern and well
water. Rent low. E. Ingham, 503 Ashland
TWO new houses for rent. C. Casey, 698 East
Fourth street. 200*
OUSES FOR RENT— Between Twelfth and
Thirteenth streets, on Robert, Uri L.
IHOR RENT — A cottage house with 9 rooms,
in thorough repair, at $35 per month. Ap
ply to J. A. Sabin, Davidson block. 159*
]?OK RENT — A cottuge with four rooms,
- Pantry and closets, good water and every
convenience. Apply to J. C. McCarthy, Sixth
ry\ i > iTkn t^-a large comfortably furnished
JL front Mom, first floor. Private family. 558
Robert street, 225-27
ITIOR RENT— Two basement rooms, No. 82
. Bluff street, corner Jfice, J. W. Macon.
ITIOR RENT— Two nice roomg with lake water,
. for housekeeping Rent cheap. Old No.
29 Exchange, near corner St. Peter street.
r)OOMS in European House, by day, week or
li mouth, 149 and 158 East lhird, near corner
of Jackson. 225-20
FURNISHED ROOMS In Steele Block, 421
Wabashaw, corner Seventh. Also, nice
furnished rooms in Central Block, 18 West Third
TT'OR RENT— A front ro.irn, first floor, corner
X; Sibley and Seventh street*, suitable for an
office, or any other purpose. Call at 8 19 Franklin
1710R RENT— Furnished rooms. In the pleasant
? residence opposite of Carpenter's St. An
thony Hill Lookout, ou Summit avenue, inquire
at the Lookout. 222-25
I/U'ItNISIIED rooms for rent— Two very life"
Aj gantly furnished rooms — sitting and bed
rooms, suitable for two or more young mtu.
Inquire at 100 West Third street, first floor.
fToMPLE'fK Manufacturing bissiucsiTfor safe,
_) rheap. Inquire of captain 'i'. J. Barney,
( lumber or Commerce. 223-27
~Cy,\~'- BY IB FEET, 0 foot wall, 10 ounce duel:
_<~r tent, for nak- !>y W;:i. I,e» .'■; f ',-,.
ITIOR SALE— Saloon, boarding hoofC ami Sam
. mer garden, cheap. Address Globe ofiice.
I^liTlt SALE — A boarding house and a good
' stand for a saloon. Apply 8_ Rosabel
street; 810 per month : three years lease.
FOR SALE — A five-glass Cunningham carria'?
or hack, cheap for cash. Inquire at 411
Hennepin avenue, Minneapolis. 210*
Ti^Oß SALE— A flrst-clai's livery au.i hack
_lj stock, situated In one of the best localities
in St Paul. Inquire 34 West Fourth street.
FOR SALK or Exchange — Standard piano, new;
will sell at a bargain for cash or trade. C,
15, Globe office. 213*
"J TV) It SALE, or will trade for a horse, a good
X Ballet & Davis piuno. Call at once if yon
mean business. E. I, ALLEN,
208* 142 East Third street.
I [lo— sale ch?ap — Building, 23x110 on leased
ground 'it. Eighth tercet between Jack-on
and Sibley. Wolterstorff & Morliz. 193*
IPIOR SALE — One four-horse engine an i boiler
complete, is good order. Inquire at Franklin
Machine shops, comer ot ii ith and Cedar streets*,
JOB OIFICF. Fl > R SALE.
OB PRINTING OFFICE FOR SALE— A well
equipped St. Paul job office, with a large aud
thoroughly c«tuull»hcd ba.-iucss, is oilered for
sale at a great bargain. Apply lo or address U.
P. Hall, St. Piiil. Mum. 204*
MISCELLANEOUS REAL. ESTATE.
$1,500, will buy one of the best farms in Grant
county, with house of 8 rooms, house aione
cost sl,2oo, only one mile from the county seat,
10 acres of the handsomest giove of trees in the
state, this property must be sold In the next 10
<Uys. Faewell _ Co., Third and Jackson.
Ir'Oß SALE — The following desirable lota : lots
' corner of Pleasant avenue and Sixth street,
2 lots on Rice street, between Iglehart and Tilton
street, 10 lots in Irvine's second addition, front
ing on Seventh street, fend of bridge;; 12 lots
in Irvine's addition to West St. Paol; also a well
established paying business. Apply to George
W. TurnbulL 343 Exchange street, city. 223*
I7<OR SALE OR EXCHANGE — A choice larm,
fu'.iy improved and located one mile from a
good town, snd will sell cheap. Farwell — Co.,
Third and Jackson streets.
"TTTANTED — Estimates for a system of water
YY works for the village of Perham. Apply
to R. i. Jung. Village Recorder. 219-225 _
FOR thenext 80 days goods will be sold at
great sacrifice. Refrigerators snd ice cream
i freezers specialties. 183 __t Seventh. -Walter
l atezS * Moots. M
91 East Third Street,
Headquarters in St. Paul for Summer Clothing
Men's, Youth's, Boys' and Childrens'
I I lr 3&^ll ] «l "TP
«■■ *~» — «fl «,___ laJLsj ■__■ — r 'L» ■_■_ NS x^k**l •
In endless varieties, and at lowest prices. If
you want to keep cool, visit
91 East Third street.
WEBER ~ PI ANOa
Acknowledged by 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.
«i n t l on ®°fth«. Weber Piano is so sweet, rich and sympathetic, jet so full,
IBM l shall always rank you as the greatest manufacturer of the day.— Emma
Weber Pianos excel all others in volume of tone and in power of expression.-*
There are no Pianos in the world that sustain the voice like the Weber.—Em
R. O. MTJISraER. Asent, St. Paul
SEND FOR CATALOGUES.
58 East Third Street.
latest styles of Imported Goods always on hand. Perfect fits guaranteed.
E. B. SCIILIKS,
.sols mi _m,
Kew Styles My Received.
" isroYi^srßHOsrcfe OIJTI_E.K,
IMPORTERS Al WIESALE DRRGSISTS.
06 and 70 bibtey street, corner Fifth, St. Paul, Minn,
~ FAIBBAMS' STANDARD SCALES!
Eclipse Wind Mills Tanks and Pumps,
Smith- Vaile Steam Pumps and Boilers.
Hancock Inspirators, Lubricators, et_
FAIiiBMKS, MORSE & CO., ■ 371 & m SiWey street
SOOT AND BBOa DIALEBB.
SCHLIEK & CO..
■ SO. 89 Mi THIRD STRUT,
fciiis iio oiiis niis.
■ ot. Paul Agency for BUBT'S, QBAY'S,
REYNOLD'S, und Many Others.
__r Mail orders promptly tilled.
" AND TELEGRAPHIC INSTITUTE
Her lonp ?'rce rslibi^hedits clai—l io public favor and has now cntcied upon Its 15th year and*
the ti. on fMw-aLlc atibpiccs. bend loi tu:»'.>_uc, giving full particulars. Northwest cor. Seventh
and Jackson bireets. .., _ _____ _ .
W. A. FADDI3, Prinolpa—
KEHNEY 6e HUDNEB
|«S and 1«5 l*W T»lrd Sitwt
Orpcsite Metropolitan Dotal.
=i= r"' DBUG&
IN NEW QUARTERS.
P, J. DREIS,
\t settled is Ms elwrant New (Hers
Cow Itfitk a) Sunt Feter srees.
Where can be found the fines*, and beat of Drugs,
Perfumery, Toilet Articles. Patent Medicines,
etc. Also, all kinds of Garden aud i'lower seed*
in their .c— on.
PBESCBEPTIOy S ASPECII TVTT
Tkfflcal ant atejfflfl
10 West Third street, St. Paul.
IreepectfnHy Invite tbe attention of. ladies and
gentlemen to my large, most complete and ele
gant stock of new Masquerade Costumes, for
halls, parties, theatrical performances, old folk*'
concerts, tableau!, &c
Masks at wholesale.
Coac'ry parties, send for list and prices.
P. J .C_i_____N.
BOOTS AND SHOES
The moit Elegant Blood Purifier, Liver Invigora
»',r. Tonic, and Appetizer ever known. The first
Bitters containing Iron evat adverti"edin AmerL
en. Unprincipled persons are imitating the name;
look out for frauds. Sc; _ftli'M3 nt_
that tn> following slgna- /J/mSA'/// *t
• on every bottle and J_y/y'yti////jm_.
tal aoneottwA A y^*- y > »***vr\
ST. r_ LL. MINX. (_/ Druggist- Chemist
_ .. .-. - 5
LOOKS, SASH AND BLINDS.
I fi l_<^?si < I
|l -^ i 1 § 2 I
The Leading ST. PAUL Manufactory of
SASH, DOORS, BLIPS, &t
Have in Stock
' 100,000 feet of DRY V. HUE OAK FLOORING.
j Yellow Pine flflorinz and Uardwiwl Lnmber.
I -AG_- VtllKM- AJ.O SEVEN COKN-KH
GEORGE W. GETTY,
| l OW BOATS AND OARS FOR SALE.
i WHITE BEAK. .... ___>•«