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The Hutchinson high school is about to
•stablish a new library.
Tbe state library is again open on reg
llar hours at tbe state capital.
The district court adjourned yesterday over
to Friday morning at 10 a. m.
Ou Sunday next the <Jreat Western band
will make its annual excursion to Taylors
The St. Paul Hook & Ladder Relief asso
ciation held a business meeting in the court
house last evening.
Emmet Lytic is erecting an elegant and
eubstantiil six tenement brick residence
block on the corner of Tenth and Cedar
Last night was a pleasant one for Grote,
and the concert at his place by the Great
Western band was attended by an unusually
The Northwestern Trust, limited, with
$1,000,000 capital stock, filed incorporation
papers with the secretary of state yesterday.
Its principal place of business will be at St.
Juilgo Brill granted a divorce yesterday to
Kate Fitzgerald from Thomas Fitzgerald, aud
Louisa Story from Louis Story, both com
plaints being for cruel and inhuman treat
The Miunesota Historical society received,
yesterday, a beautiful copper spear bead, dug
np in McLeod county. It is evidently very
ancient, and has probably pierced the heart
of more than one red warrior.
The suit of Wm. Athey vs. the Ramsey
county commissioners, was tried and sub
mitted before Judge Simons yesterday. It is
for several hundred dollars land damage for
opening a highway at Mounds View.
P. T. Kavanagh, auctioneer, sold, yester
day, at the southwest corner of Virginia and
University avenues, lot 1, block 2, Elfelt,
Bernheimer & Arnold's addition. soxll9feet,
together with store thereon, for the sum of
$3,950, to Mclchior Funk, Esq., the well
known brewer, of upper town.
Joseph Murphy, the hostler who undertook
to cat his throat, on Fort street on Monday
night, aud was placed in St. Joseph's hospi
tal, was examined for insanity before the
probate court yesterday and ordered commit
ted to St. Peter. Mary Johnson was also or
dered committed by the court to the asylum,
and Pauline Lcemenn will be examined on
the same charge this afternoon.
In an Ohnstead county case decided by
tlii- supreme court yesterday, and published
in to-day'fl court column, in the matter of
the obligation of parents to support minor
children, having a seperate income, the de
cision reads: "The father is bound to sup
port his minor children if he be of ability,
even though they have property of their
own, but this obligation in such a case does
not extend to the mother."
Jacob Ehrmantraut filed an action in the
district court, yesterday, to recover $5,000
da:n aires from the Chicago, Milwaukee <to St,
Paul Railway company, for personal in
juries received at the hands of a brakeman
named Smith, who, on the claim that plain
tiff was smoking on a passenger train en
nmtc for Minneapolis, July 4, struck him in
the face with a bar of iron. The charge of
■smoking in the car is denied by the plaintiff
in the complaint.
Mr.? John H. Duvall, Sr., of Baltimore,
Md., wreuched his knee and was cured by
3t. Jacobs Oil, the great pain-reliever.
Hon. P. 11. Kelly left yesterday for Chi
Mrs. Geo. Spencer, Duluth, is at the Wind
Oliver Gibbs, Jr., Lake City, ls at the Mer
Fred Close, Pipestone, is at the Metro
11. L. Graves, Northfield, is at the Mer
C. E. Woodward, Devils Lake, is at the
I). W. G. Murphy, St. Cloud, wa» in the
D. J. Dow ling, of London, England, is at
P. Pennington, London, was at the Metro
Miss Fannie Bailey, of Waseca, was at the
Mrs. 0. Breed and party, Brooklyn, N. V.,
ire at the Merchants.
Win. J. Evans, of Winona, was at the
W. C. Bredenbagen, of Carver, was at the
Robert T. Ladd, New York, was at the
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Towne, of New York,
an- at tin- Metropolitan.
11. 11. Hunger and Wm. Whitney, Chica
go, are at tlie Metropolitan.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Drew, of Northfield,
were at the Merchants yesterday.
Theodore Lander, assistant state treasurer
is on a few days visit to Shakopee.
H. E. Sergcnt. of railroad fame, arrived
in the city yesterday and Is at the Merchants.
Mrs. H. Tyler Wilcox, M. D.. and Joseph
ine Husbands, of St, Louis, are at the Wind
11. Q. Dampier, Northfield, and P. P.
Kinsey, Faribault, were in the city yester
Wm. 11. Pinkcrton, of detective fame,
Chicago, arrived in the city yesterday and is
at tlie Merchants.
11. Brownlee and wife, Philadelphia; EL
K. Bailey and Wm. 11. Collin, U. S. army.
are at the Metropolitan.
A. B. Black. of Milwaukee, is visiting his
brother. Chief Black, of the St. Paul fire de
partment. Mr. Black is a llour inspector by
Samuel 11. Nichols, Will A. Nichols, Au
rustus Nichols, George Kent and Fred Riley
Icft the city last evening on a two days' fish
ing trip at Center City, Chisago county.
Secretary H. H. Hart, of the stale board of
charities aud corrections, left the city yes
terday for a fortnight's vacation in Ohio.
He has a brother very ill with typhoid fever
AT LAKE MINXETOXKA.
At the Hotel St. Louis, conducted by Capt.
Scudder. an old Mississippi river captain,
we fiud John T. Moore and family, of New
Orleans, in whose honor one of the largest
and fastest steamers on that river was
In comparing the different summer resorts
of the east, Mr. Moore states that for purity
of air and restoration of health, he never
law the equal of Lake Minnetonka.
His daughters, who accompany him, are
full of life aud merriment, and have become
[Treat favorites with the guests. We hope
with the influence of Mr. Moore that our
Miunesota watering place will be liberally
represeuted by the New Orleans people next
season. The family will remain until the
first of September.
rSptcial Telegram to the Globe.]
CniCAGO, Aug. 12.— Assistant President
Winter, of the Omaha road, is in this city.
J. H. Vanzile, of Winnipeg,ls at the Grand
At the Sherman — J. W. Nealis, St. Paul;
C. F. Dawson, Stillwater; Miss Ruth Stock,
Helena; Adelbert Porter, Winona.
E. C. Hospes, of Stillwater, is stopping at
EL 11. Campbell, St. Paul: A. L. Tracv
and wife, Eau Claire; C. F. Wbaley. Winona",
and F. M. Barrett, Winona, are among the
arrivals at the Tremont.
Col. Pat. Donan, of Fargo, is in the
Ben E. Harris, Helena, is a guest at the
Northwesterners at the Palmer — S. C.
White. Winona; R. WictrJ_r_, Ortonville;
S. F. Campbell, Dakota; J. L. Strauss, Fargo:
John C. More ar>d wife, Winnipeg, and A.
Sternberg, Valley City.
St. Paul's Next Sunday.
The Rev. E. S. Thomas, of St. Paul's
church, will preach next Sunday morning on
,*_e Holy Catholic Church."
Buried Lone Ago.
Yesterday while the men were at work ex
cavating for a sewer to St. Joseph's academy,
they found tho body of a lady that had been
buried there probably a good many years
ago. The body was encased in an old
fashioned east iron casket. When the men
first struck the casket they faucied they had
found the money chest of Capt. Kidd and
were disposed to keep the discovery quiet,
but that was impossible and the casket was
unearthed. After removing the earth about
it the iron covering over the glass plate
was removed and the face of the occupant of
the casket was plainly visible. The body ap
peared to bu that of a young lady and was in
was in a state of perfect preservation. It
was buried in a silk dress, and the veil and
dress were apparently in the same condition
as when the remains were first placed in the
ground. It is supposed that the body must
have been deposited there not less than
twenty-five or thirty years ago. The fact of
its havinsr been found was communicated to
Messrs. McCarthy and Donnelly, and they
had the remains removed to Calvary cerae*
tery, where it will be buried to-day.
Preparations for a Great Gathering.
The German Catholic committee met at
: Assumption hall, Monday evening, and re
ported concerning the great gathering of the
German Catholic Benevolent societies in this
city in September, which will be represented
by delegates from every state in the Union
and by delegates from a number of the prom
inent cities. It is understood that Mayor
O'Brien will make the speech of welcome
and Gov. Hubbard will also be invited to ad
dress the convention. There will be an im
mense procession, seven street arches, and
the gathering will be one of the largest ever
held in the state, excursion trains running
hither from all the principal western cities.
Sixty-seven societies have already notified
the local committees that they shall be pres
ent by delegates and members.
Sixth Ward Shooting Affray.
At about half past 11 last night Jack Slat
tery and a pal entered O'Connor's saloon on
Fairfield avenue, West St. Paul, and de
manding the beer, drank the same. Mike
O'Connor, a seventeen-year-old brother of
the proprietor, was tending bar. and the
couple starting to leave without paying their
bill, demanded the same of them
when they began giving him some
very ugly lip, he seized a club and hit Slat
tery a rap on the head and rushing into a
little room procured a revolver and sent a
shot after the Hying debtors. The shot took
no further effect than to summon Officer
Ringwald to the spot, who secured Slattery,
his pal escaping. The officer then proceeded
to the saloon and arrested young Mike, and
summoning the patrol wagon, both were
locked up in the city hall.
LATE STILLWATER NEWS.
SERIOUS ACCIDENT LAST. NIGHT.
C. I\ Gregory Radii/ Injured by a Jiuna-
Last evening at 8:45, a horse and buggy
occupied by William Saumprey and his wife
were coming down Central street, and while
passing a couple of young girls a dog they
had with them attempted to catch the horse
when he struck at the dog with the whip,
which started the horse. When coming
down the hill the horse got beyond his con
trol and dashed across Fourth street
in the direction of Third. C.
P. Gregory was standing with
his horse on the scales opposite O'Neils
grocery store talking to James Gillespie. He
saw the runaway coming and tried to drive
his horse and buggy out of the way but be
fore he could do so Saumprey's buggy struck
Gregory's buggy, throwing Gregory into the
air and he fell on the beam of the scales and
dropped from it to the ground. Gregory is
very seriously injured internally. Dr. Mer
rill cannot tell whether any ribs are broken
or not. He was taken home and is doing
better than was expected. Mrs. Saumprey
was thrown from the buggy head first into
the street but was uninjured and Mr. Saum
prey was thrown on top of Gregory's buggy
but was only hurt a little on one of his legs.
Gregory's buggy was badly damaged but
Saumprey's buggy came out all right. It is
a wonder all were not killed.
First lowa Regiment.
I Special Telcsram to tho Globe. 1
Burlington-, la., Aug. 12. — About 100
survivors of the First lowa regiment in at
tendance at the reunion here to-day, assem
bled at the city hall, where they were wel
comed by an address by ex-Gov. Gear. The
permanent officers were continued. An ex
ecutive committee of one from each com
pany was appoiuted to perfect permanent or
ganization. The next meeting will be held
at Cedar Rapids, Aug. 10, 1885. Gov. Sher
man, ex-Uov. Kirkwood, Col. Bates and
other distinguished persons are present. A
picnic will be held this afternoon at
Sehlamp's park, where addresses will be
made by Govs. Kirkwood and Sherman. A
poem will be read by W. P. Howe, of Mount
Pleasant, and the history of the regiment
will be given by Geo. H. Ballou, of the Da
venport Democrat. The weather Is de
Passenger Agents at Denver.
Denveh, Col., Aug. 12. — About two hun
dred members of the International associa
tion of traveling passenger agents, with
their ladies, were present at the openiug of
the annual convention this afternoon.
Nearly every state in the Union, and
all important trunk lines of tbe county were
represented. There were addresses of wel
come by D. L. Sturgis, of the local commit
tee, and several prominent citizens. The
responses were by J. D. Welch, of Cincin
nati, president of the association; Veteran
Agent Capt. F. I). May, of Philadelphia, and
others. James S. Reed, of Chicago, orator
of the association, in an address gave an
interesting history of the association from its
inception at Buffalo In 1872 to date. He
earnestly recommended that action be taken
at this meeting looking to a co-operation of
agents for the restoration and maiutainance
of tariff rates. Election of officers to-mor
rom. The ball at the American hotel this
evening was largely attended.
[Special Telegram to the Globe.]
Granite Falls. Aug. 12. — By a dynamite
explosion here to-day, one man was killed
and several others crippled for life.
Monslgnor Capel's books and photographs can
be had at McCarthy <fc Donnelly's, opposite post
By a new process Dr. Price is enabled to pro
duce flavorings of the finest quality, retaining
the freshuess of fruit, and so concentrated that
but a small quantity is required to produce the
characteristic __vor of each particular fruit.
Every housekeeper should purchase Dr. Price's
Flavoring Extracts, for they are the purest and
Hat Flvsn — I have been a great sufferer from
Hay-Fever for 15 years and have tried various
things without doing any good. I read of the
many wondrous cures of Ely's Cream Balm and
thought I would try once more. In 15 minutes
after one application I was wonderfully helped.
Two weeks ago I commenced using it and now I
feel ssTin.LY citrkd. It is the greatest discove
ry ever known or heard of. — Duhamel Clark,
Farmer, Lee, Mass. Price 50 cents.
Notice to Creditors.
State of Minnesota, County of Ramsey — __ la Pro
hate Court, special term. August 1 1. I**4.
In the matter ot tbe estate of Cornelius K. Sutton,
Xottco is hereby given that the Judge of Probate,
of the county of Kamsey. will upon the lirst Monday
of tbe month of October, A. D. -Mk a: ten
o'clock a. m.. receive, hear, examine and adjiut, all
cistms and demands cf »!'. persons against said de
ceasco.: and that six -jonta* from and after tbe date
hereof have iieen aiivwed aad limited for creditors
to prraent their claims against said estate, at the
expiration of which time all claims no: presented or
cot proven to tv satisfaction, shall be forever barred,
unless for good cause shown further time he allowed.
Br the c m__ tr*. B. McGKUBTT.
;-•*- J udge of Probate.
CLsrt.i B. StTTox. Gbcgost SrTTOX and AJt„_;-?_
C. Kisss-I—vd. Jr.. Executors.
Hostox A _o__sox. Attorney* for Executors.
ST. PAUL BAILY GLOBE. WEDNESDAY MORNING AUGUST , 13, 1884.
This powder never varies. A marvel of purity
strength and wholesomeness. More economical
than tho ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold in
competition with the multitudes of low test, short
weight, alum or phosphate powders. Sold only
means. Rotal Bakino Powder Co.. 106 Wall
street. Xew York.
,'■■■' -■'" T 1 3
More than 20 years' use of strictly
Reliable Fabrics, made in the most
Artistic and IHirable manner possible
has made for the
the most enviable reputation of any
Goods produced. They are sold by
first-class retailers throughout the
country. Auk your dealer for them.
P_KS Ll I
ALL BAIL ROUTE !
ST. PAUL & FARGO
Commencing MONDAY, August 18, the
Pargo I Southern fi'j
Will run regular daily passenger trains between
ST. PAUL and GRACE VILLE, WAHPETON
TWO trains Daily, morning and evening, will
leave St. Paul 8:00 A. M. and 7:MO P. M., via
C'hicauo. Milwaukee _ St. Paul Railway, run
ning THROUGH TO FARGO without change.
Superb in all its appointments, elegant couches,
Pullman sleepers on night trains. Everything
First Class. Rates of furc as low aud time as
quick as by other lines. Buy your ticket at C.
M. & St. P. Ry. Ticket office, and travel over the
new and popular road.
W. H. DIXON,
General Agent, St. Paul.
C. J. EDDY, Genl. Frt. & Pass. Agt. Fargo.
Yam Jl LINE STEAMERS.
For Winona, La Crosse, Dubuque, Rock Island
Burlington, Keokuk, Qnincy, St. Louis
and all Intermediate Points.
The elegant, popular and fast electric li_ht pas
James Best. Master. H. C. Lusk, Clerk
Leaves St. Paul Wednesday, Aug. 13. at 10 a. m.
This is the most pleasant ronte South, East
and West from St. Paul. View the famed scenery
of the Upper Mississippi. No heat or dust.
Through tickets to all river and interior points
via river and rail. Low rates, including meals
A. G. LQSA. Agent.
Office and Dock opposite Uniori Depot. City
Office in St. Paul, corner Third and Jackson.
Office in Minneapolis, IU Washington avenue
BY TUB >
First Regiment' Band,
(Formerly Great Union,) ' "•
CONEY ISLWD OF THE WEST,
In 'Clearwater Lake, Waconia. Minn.,
SUNDAY, AUGIST I7, IBB4.
GRAND CONCERT AND HOP,
On the Island in the Afternoon.
Tr.in leaves Union Depct, St. Paul, at 8 o'clock
and Minneapolis at 9:45 o'clock a. m. Return
ing, leave the lake at 6 p. ra., arriving at St.
Paul at 7:30.
Round-trip tickets, including steamboat fare,
$1.85. The public cordially invited. Tickets
can be secured at R. C. Munger's music store
and Jarshishek's, 410 Wabashaw street.
LAURA W. HALL,
MUSIC ROOMS 102 WESTERN AVENUE,
Head of Ashland Avenue, St. Anthony Hill,
PIANO, ORGAN AND _______
THOROUGH INSTRUCTION GUARANTEED.
References: Mtss Maris Gust. Principal of
Musical Conservatory, No. 12T West Third street,
St. Paul ; also on personal application, reference
to the numerous families whose daughters she
has taught and is now tescu.ng will be given.
Also. Agent for ••Brasuard's Musical World,'
the oldest and best musical journal published.
Subscription Si .50 per annum.
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TJIOR the next 30 days goods will be sold at
_V great sacrifice. Refrigerators and Ice cream
< freezers specialties. 183 East Seventh. _ Writer
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___^ REAL -STATS.
Resilience Property !
St. Anthony Hill & Dayton Aye.
We shall sell, on the Premises,
Tuesday, August 19,
AT 10 A. M.,
80 ft. x 233 ft,
Running through from Day
ton to Selby Avenues, mak
ing Four Lots, two
on Each Street.
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 houses of the Shepards,
pere et file. <
The real estate will be offered separately from
the improvements, and the sale will afford an op
portunity of purchasing property on a finished
stroet and in a thickly settled and choice neigh
borhood never before surpassed.
Terms and particulars on day of sale .
COC-BAI & NEWPORT,
8. W. Cor. Jackson and Fifth streets.
J. M. WARNER,
We have j.st 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 8,000 people, is the brightes
town on the Northern Pacific Railroad, has many
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 headquarters of three divisions of the
It 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 ls surrounded by coal, iron, copper, silver
It is the supply depot for the mines of Cooke,
Bear Gulch, etc., etc.
It has a splendld'water power.
It has plenty of pine and fir timber.
It has an abundance of pure water and a mild
It is tbe yonngest town ln America with a
National Bank aud a daily newspaper ; It also has
two weekly newspapers and the best hotel iv
Montana. It has the only deposit of limestone
on the Hue of road from Duluth west. Some six
or seven lime kilns are now In operation, also
plenty of brick and flue brick clay. Hqt springs
exist (176 ° temperature) within twelve miles of
town, which excell those of Arkansaw. The Uuion
Pacific 11. R. will soon be built to the town.
This company, Union Pacific R. R. have pur
chased a large amount of coal lands ln the vicini
ty of Livingston, are putting in a plant of
seventy-five coking furnaces. Lots for sale by
C. LIVINGSTON & CO.,
63 E. Third street, St. Paul.
(Successor to D. A. Robertson & Co.. the oldest
real estate agency in Minnesota.)
No. 7 McQuillan Block, cor.M.Wabas.af.
(Established in 1872.)
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
Corner Third -Robert streets, fin Savings Bank,)
ST. PAUL, MINN.
Buys, Sells, Collects, Pays Taxes, Negotiates
Real Estate & Loan Brokers,
NO. 68 EAST THIKO BTREET.
St. Paul, - - Minn
REAL ESTATE AGE.W,
MANNHEIMER BLOCK, - - ROOM 11,
St. Paul, * - Minn.
GOAL ANIL WOOD.
MM & FOSTER
Offer the best grftdos 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.
41 East Third Street,
Corner of Cedar.
JcfILLAS & TBIRSTOS,
HEiTDIG*. TEiTIiiTMG I SPECIALTY.
Jobbing Promptly Attended To.
Agents for tlieMeje stoves & Ranees
The Best in the World.
llfi West Third St, op. Metropolitan Hotel,
ST. PAUL. MINN. 180
f*f\ LOTS IN EASTVTLLE HEIGHTS AT
O" Auction — I will sell on the premises, on
Satndray, August 16. at 3 o'clock p. m., sixty lota
in Mocks two, seven, ten snd fifteen, in above ad- j
di'.ioo. This beautiful ground overlooks the j
greater portion of oar city, from which the rich j
or poor men can select a fine home I
site. It is now _ weH established fact that East
St. Psal is for sR time.* to be i great mannfae- j
taring center, and i. represented to-day by such i
establishments ss the Harvester Works, Plow
Works. C. N. Nelson Lumbering Co., J. P. i
Gribben's Lumbering Co., the DuSnth shops, i
possibly the shops of the Wisconsin Central R. R ., ;
| the Terra Cotta Lumber Co.'s works, etc., etc.
i Terms will be small payments to sil who will im- j
: prove at once,
F, T. SAYANAGH,
; 233-888 Auctioneer, i
FIVE CENTS A LINE
HE CARE OF HORSES by steady competent
young man, careful driver. Best of refer
ences. G, 10, Globe office. 220
SITUATION In meat market, by steady young
man. Highest references. A, 7, Globe
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. Tho best of references given. Ad.
dress J. M. X., Globe office. 223-20
WANTED — By a young man, a situation in
private family to drive carriage aad to take
care of horses. Address F, CO, Globe office.
WANTED—A young man aged twenty,
wishes a position in a retail grocery store.
Has had three years experience in the business.
Address (>, 70, Globe office . 220-220
-__ LOTIONS «__*____.
WANTED— A girl for general housework, 50
West Tenth street. 823-29
WANTED— Two intelligent young ladies of
good address to go to Davenport, lowa.
Employment lLjht and respectable, paying from
$1 to $0 per day. All expenses advanced. Best
of reference required. Address Y. Z., thisofflce.
WANTED— A young man abont 18 years old,
to tend bur and take care of ahorse. Lake
Como Hotel. 222-220
FOR RENT— Ready Ist September, four nice
new houses, in Watson's addition near Fort
street cars and Adams school. Five rooms,
three good closets aud cellar. Rent §11 per
month each. Apply to John Q. Adams, 120
East Third street. 223-30
FOR'P.ENT— Two new stores on West Third
street. §60 and $40 per month. Davis _
Brown, 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 S5, 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 intp offices or rooms to suit.
Apply at once to Wolterstorff & Moritz, 183 East
Seventh street. 180*
FOR RENT — Large unfurnished room on first
floor, No. 23 Pearl street. 220
FOR RENT — A house of five rooms, water,
cellar and wood shed, 378 North Fort street.
FOR RENT — Large house, ten rooms, on
Franklin near Third street; also third
Btory of building of building 155 West Third
street. J. Kelleher, 192 West Third street 214*
FOR RENT — Two houses on Cherry street, 8
rooms each, cellars, wells and cisterns.
Rent, $25 per month each. Also, 1 hpuse on
Deßow street, 9 rooms, cellar, well and cistern.
Apply at corner Seventh and Rosabel streets.
Andrew Schock. 202*
FOR RENT— Houses from SS to $10. Jas.
Dillon, 235 Commercial street. 202*
T7IOR RENT— House 5-15 Ashland avenue, 8
. 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.
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 — A cottage with four rooms,
Pantry and closets, good water and every
convenience. . Apply to J. C. McCarthy, Sixth
.. . _. . _ -^__^. ... ... — — - ... —g r ~-, tr ■ .
TO RKNT — A large comfortably furnished
front room, first iloor. Private family. 558
Robert street, 225-27
FOR RKNT — Two basement rooms, No. 82
Bluff street, corner Rice, J. W. Mabou.
FOR RENT— Two nice rooms with lake water,
for housekeeping. Rent cheap. Old No.
29 Exchange, near corner Sit. Peter street.
1")OOMSin European House, by day, week or
\ mouth, 149 and 168 East Third, near corner
of Jackson. 225-2U
FURNISHED ROOMS in Steele Block, 424
Wabashaw, corner Seventh. Also, nice
furnished rooms iv Central Block, 18 West Third
I7V>R RENT — A front room, first floor, corner
Sibley and Seventh streets, suituble for an
ofllce, or any other purpose. Call at 343 Franklin
IIURNISHED~rooniB~ 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.
OMPLETE Manufacturiiig business for sale,
cheap. Inquire of Captain T. J. Barney,
Chamber of Commerce. 228-27
Q A DV 10 FEET, 0 foot wall, 10 ounce duck
Li TT tent, for sale by Wm. Lee & Co. 222*
FOR SALE — Saloou, boarding house and Sum
mer garden, cheap. Address Globe office.
FOR SALE — A five-glass Cunningham carriage
or hack, cheap for cash. Inquire at 411
Hennepin avenue, Minneapolis. 216*
FORSALE or Exchange — Standard piano, now;
will sell at a bargain for cash or trade. C,
15, Globe office. 213*
ITIOR SALE, or will trade for a horse, a good
liiiliei «te Davis piuno. Call at once if you
mean business. E. S. ALLEN,
20S* 142 East Third street.
FOR sale chsap— Building, 28x1 J0 on leased
ground on Eighth street between Jackson
and Sibley. Wolterstorff & Mortlz. 193*
17! OR SALE — One four-horse engine and boiler
- complete, in good order. Inquire- at Franklin
Machine shops, corner of Six— and Ccdurstreetss.
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. Pr.nl. Minn. 204*
MISCELLA NEOVS REAL ESTATE.
$1,500, will buy one of the best farms in Grant
county, with house of 8 rooms, bouse alone
cost Bl,2oo, only one mile from the county scat,
10 acres of the handsomest grove of trees in the
state, this property inun be sold in the next 10
dtys. Faewell —Co., Third and Jackson.
ITIOR SALE— The following desirable lots :~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 additioa to West St. Paul; al?o a well
established paying business. Apply to George
W. Turnbuil. 343 Exchange street, city. 223*
OR SALE OR EXCHANGE— A choice tarm,
fuliy improved and located one mile from a
good town, aud will s^-li cheap. Farweil <fc Co.,
Third and Jackson streets.
M ISC EL LA NEO VS.
F.WARD— A liberal reward will be paid for
tbe recovery of the body of Willie, one of
the fons of T. Wilson of the Enropi aa House,
who was drowned on August 2d last. 226-28
BINDING TWINE— Pore hemp binding twine,
in large or small lot?, by addressing Wm.
_. Bush-ell. 381 East Third street, St. Paul,
ACKEY'3 LOAN OFFICE— Notes bought,
money loaned on furniture, pianos, hones,
wagons and personal property st low rate*, w.;h
ect removal. Offices, Room 7; First National bank
building, corner Fourth and Jackson street, St.,
PsuL and Boom 7, Mackey — Legg block, corner
of Fourth and Nicollet. Minneapolis. 207*
LOANS on Life Ins. Policies. L. P. Van
Norman, No. 845, Ist Aye. 8. Minneapolis.
LOUT AND FOUND.
LOST — In tbe vicinity of- Cbssnut or Oak
street, on Saturday evening, a large leather
pocket book containing important papers, and a
small sum of money. Any one returning the
! papers can have what money tbe pocket book
' contained, i. W. Kline, 283 Oak street, or 223
i Xa_« street. fcU-28
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
8A r ITLER BROS.
91 East Third street.
Acknowledged by Artists the Best io the World.
I know of none superior to the Weber anil none that can compete with them
">£ durability.— f eresa Carreno.
lhe tone of the Weber Piano is so sweet, rich and sympathetic, yet so full,
mat l shall always rank you as the greatest manufacturer of the day.— £ in mi
Weber Pianos excel all others in volume of tone and in power of expression
s'. Liebhnir. y
There are no Pianos in the world that sustain the voice like the Weber.— £uu
R. C. MTJ_ST&_E_R, _A.__-ent, St. _?aul
SEND FOR CATALOGUES.
UliliJill $ iAI.il 1, St. Paul, Mi.n.
58 East Third Street
latest styles of Imported Goods always on hand. Perfect fits guaranteed.
E. li. SC.LIEK,
Sils nl Sloes,
Mew Styles Daily Recdved.
331 Wa&ashaw sfrasf Qr.il
IMPORTERS MD WHOLESALE IHBR
CS and 70 Sibley street, corner Fifth, St. Paid, Minn.
FAIEBAMS' STANDAED SCALES!
Eclipse Wind Mills Tanks and Pumps,
Smith- Vaile Steam Pumps and Boilers.
Hancock Inspirators, Lubricators, efc Q
FAIRBANKS, MORSE & M7~ r W& m gey street
BOOT AUD BHOJ. DJIALEUH.
Bci-iEK: & co..
. 89 EAST THIRD SW,
. Paul Agency for BUST'S, GBAY'Sf
IE YN OLD'S, and Many Others.
__T Mail orders promptly filled.
AND TELEGRAPHIC INSTITUTE
Has long pinre established its clsins to public favor ond has now enteied upon Its 15th year and*
the most favorable auspices, fcenu for cats' jgue, giving full particulars. .Northwest cor. Seventh
and Jackson streets. «
W. A. FADDIS, Principal.
KENNEY & HUDNEB
m ami m Wwt Third Ktrwt
Opposite Metropolitan Hotel.
IN NEW QUARTERS.
P, J. DREIS,
It settled in his eletpnt New Stora
Comer Ninth __i Saint Peter imt
Where can be found the finest and best of Drugs,
Perfumery, Toilet Articles, Patent Medicines,
etc. Also, ail kind* of Garden and Flower Seed
in their season.
PBEBCBIPTIQI-TB ASPECT* T.TY
MM al laswrafli
10 West Third street, St. Paul.
3 respectfully Invite the attention of ladles and
gentlemen to my large, most complete and ele
gant stock of new Masquerade Costumes, for
balls, parties, theatrical performances, old folks'
concerts, tab leans, _sc.
Masks at wholesale.
Cot—'ry parties, send for list and prises.
A>. J .GIES.EN.
BOOTS AND SHOES
Tha most Elegant Blood Purifier, Liver invigoraf
tor. Tonic, and Apjxetlzer over known. The flrtl
Bitters containing Iron ever advertised in Amorij
c.i. Unprincipled perfons are imitating the nimsj
look out for frauds. See j£l /j)) a *_, __
that the following signn- /]_.(L>w]P/ "A
Inri is on every bottle and _*____ J[__(//fs£
\_y. :\one other: /f *y *■
ST. PAUL. MINN. (_/Drus_ist_ Chemist
DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS.
The Leading ST. PAUL Manufactory of
SASH, DOORS, BUNDS, &c
Have In Stock
100,000 feet of DRY WHITE OAK FLOORING.
Mlow PipFtoorinzand Hardwood Inmber.
-AGJ.K STKKKI ANU SKVI.N CO—NEKS
GEORGE W. GETTY,
i £OW BOATS AND OARS FOR SALE.
WHITE BEAR. .... ____„