Newspaper Page Text
Yesterday was what may be mildly termed
Now's your time to eat your alloted peck
of dirt by taking a drive or walk in the
The Great Western band will give its usual
Saturday evening concert at Rice park to
New straw ticks freshly filled were furn
ished to the Ramsey county jail occupants
The streets are in a terrible dusty condi
tion. Where, oh, where are the street
The committee on streets of the council
met yesterday and tranfacted a large grist of
The. pavement on Broadway from Seventh
street to Third is completed from Seventh
street nearly to Fifth.
Bailiff Clouse held down the clerk's chair
in the police court yesterday, awd performed
the duties in great shape.
Alexanderia has elected C. L. Green ough
of St Paul, a graduate of Dartmouth college,
as its high school principal.
The state library was reinforced yesterday
by the addition of the acts, resolutions and
reports of the legislature of Rhode Island for
ISS3 and 1884.
Sarah Johnson yesterday commenced an
action In the district court against
lier husband, Robert Johnson, for adultery.
They were married in 1871.
The St. Paul lacrosse club will leave for
Chicago next Friday where they will play the
club of that city a week from to-day for the
championship of the United States.
If Henry B. Wolcott or Eugene Perkins,
supposed to be in the city, will call at the
Qdobe office, or send their address, they
will receive information to their advantage.
The State Fair association ha 3 made a
match between the champion bicy
cler of Minnesota and a half brother of Jay
Eye See — Dictator. Jr. The distance is five
A Bpecial train will leave for White Bear
lake on the St. Paul A: Duluth railroad after
the performance of the Carleton Operacom
p;uiv to accommodate the patrons from that
Detective Bresset is absent in Pittsburgh
Pa., where he went to taku in charge the
mding agent of the Northern Pacific
Express company, who skipped out a few
It. has leaked out that certain influences
have bc<:ii ut work in the interest of Minne
apolis us the future location for the head
quarters of the department of Dakota, but so
X.ir un successfully.
The suit of John Wagner against the city,
for an injunction t<r prevent the laying out
Of thu levee in the Sixth ward, was heard by
Judge Simons in the district court yesterday,
and submitted for decision.
Wm. Thomas yesterday tiled an action in
the district court against, S. Hcrnshimer for
$5,000. Plaintiff alleges that said Hernshimer
r-11 .t him at White Bear lake with a rille
through chareless hanrlliug.
Mr. Louis Marion, a member of the police
force was yesterday granted a vacation for a
week, and it is reported that he went out to
Onterville yesterday, and was married to a
French lady, and they will goon a trip for a
week or so to Winnipeg.
A grangei named M. C. Heath went into
»n F.ust Seventh street saloon yesterday while
Intoxicated, and while there he claims to
have been robbed of $M. (ius Sauherg and
Frank Newell were arrested on suspicion,
ami the}' will have a hearing to-day.
A bay marc, with top, side spring buggy,
and harness, was stolen from A. 11. Truax
at Hastings, early yesterday morning, for
which a liberal reward is offered. Truax Is
but, ;i« he had everything ready for a chicken
excursion and found his transportation lack
ing when he irot ready to move.
Daniel I). Merrill yesterday tiled an action
in the district court against the Northwestern
Muiual Life Insurance company for $1,500.
Thomas (J. Merrill, brother of plaintiff, took
mi iiisuineee of the company in $5,000, as
signing the policy to plaintiff. Only $3,500
baa been paid, and the remainder is sued
A man who refused to give his name w«h
arrested by Officer Boener, of the Merchants
hotel beat,yesterday afternoon on suspicion of
liHviut: stolen :i costly barometer, similar to
the one used iii the signal service office,
found in his posssssion. He refused to state
lmw it. came to be in bis possession and he
w:is locked up.
Those who have never seen the Dalles of St.
Crolx will have a very pleasant opportunity
to-morrow when the Qreat Western band
goes on Its annual excttrsiOJl. These excur-
Blons to the Dulles are not, only pleasant to
those who participate in the excursion pro
per but uls.i to the people all along the line
and at Taylor Fulls, where oue of the prin
cipal stops are made.
I ><>>tth in I.lfV.
For ten long yours Mr. Francis Mant*
Iloiiiiie street and Simpson's road, Mel
bourne, Australia, says, he suffered with
rheumatic gout until be tried St. Jacobs Oil,
♦Jie Wonderful pain-reliever, which cured him.
E. K. Butler, New -York, is at the Windsor
James Abbott, Albany, la at the Mer
L. C. So.llan, of St. Cloud, is at the Clar
Dan. A. Dodge, Duluth was in the city I
A. 11. Lambert, of Pine City, is at the
I. F. Conrad ami wife, of St. Louis, arc at
11. ('. mill P. N. Moore, St. Louis, are at
J. W. Davidson, Jamestown, was in the* I
Dr. A. B. Walter, of Jordan, Minn., is at '
Mr. A. E. Walker ami wife, Chicago, arc
at tin' Metropolitan.
Alex. Chambers, U. S. army, was the
J. F. McAuley, wife ami friend, Chicago,
are at the Merchants.
E. .1. Taft, Fargo, and Oeo. Martin, Hud
son, were in the city yesterday.
W. G. Duff aud B. C. Jervis, of Lallan,
were at the Merchants yesterday. |
(Jco. 11. Kelly, wife and party of tourists j
from Dubuque, lowa, are at the Widsor. !
J. S. Burns and party of tourists, from
Nashville, Tent)., arc at the Metropolitan. .
(.apt. .1. 1). W.KHl.of the Fergus Falls Jkrn
cx-w!\vus in town yesterday on business.
Dr. Ira C. Winaus returned to the city la*t
evening from a mouth's vacation in the east.
Win. Roberts and wife, and K. Foster ami
wife, St. Louis, were at the Windsor yester
W. H. Strong and wife, and B. F. Farmer
and wife, Spring Valley, are at the Her
W. S. Sellcck, priucipal of the High school
at F.lk Hirer, called upon Prof. Kiehle at the
atata house, yesterday.
Matthew Walsh, the first Democratic treas
urer of llenncpin county, called on County
treasurer Ihirtou yesterday.
Mr. .John McDormott. the popular mine
boat of Falrrlew lodge, Lake Osakis, arrived
In the city yesterday aud is at the Clarendon.
Cap*. James 1). Wood, of the Fergus Falls
Ikmocntt, and formerly a St. Paul journalist,
arrived in the city yesterday and U at the
George Kudio, of Buffalo, is araone the ar
rivals at the Clarendon yesterday. : By the '
way, Mr. R. is a warm personal friend of Mr. I
Grover Cleveland, our next president.
Rev. William KcKibuin, of Pittsburg. Pa.,
arrived in the city yesterday and is visiting
his brother Joseph McKibbin. He was, for
a number of years, pastor of the Central
Presbyterian church of this city, and made
many warm friends while Lure, lie went
from here to Pittsburg, and was called to the
Second Presbyterian church of that city, of
which he is still the pastor. He will preach
to-morrow morning in his old church, which
will be gratifying news to his friends.
W. AY. Scott, Esq., of Emporia, Kansas,
formerly of Lake City, where he was a law
partner of Attorney General Halm, is visit
ing his friends in this state and yesterday
called upon the governor and Gen. Halm at
the 6tate capitol. I tv>
Among the arrivals at the Metropolitotr
yesterday, were Col. Frank Lynch and wife,
Capt. F. VV. Pelton, wife and daughter,
Major C. H. Smith and wife. Lieut. Madigon,
Major A. L. Howe and wife, and Capt. Bar
ber, wife and daughter, all of Cleveland.
| Special Telepram to the Globe. 1
Chicago, Aug. 15.— W. Becker and L. F.
Beckhardt, of St. Paul, are among the ar
rivals at the Grand Pacific.
M. W. Glenn, of Minneapolis, is stopping
at the Palmer.
Northwesterners at the Palmer: C. H.
Wagner and J. C. Smith, Winona; George
D. Wood, Winnipeg; J. B. Thompson, Mon
B. W. Cavanaueh, of St. Paul, is regis
tered at the Sherman.
James McMillan, of Minneapolis, is a
guest at the Sherman.
At the Trcmont: N. H. McKinney, Wi
nona; C. C. Beckwith, Fargo: Mrs. John S.
Ten of the many who had studied French
grammars in the vain attempt of trying to
learn French conversation, are aware that it
can be acquired almost instantaneously
without the drudging of a grammar by an
cay, rapid and pleasant system, in an iutin
itisimal small time. Enclose stamp for ex
planatory circular, addressed to Prof.
Etienne Lambert, St. Paul P. O.
Tlie Carleton's Merry War.
The mercury in the little glass tubes was
rusticating in the upper story last night but
this did not deter another large audience
from sitting through the rendition of Strauss'
bright and pretty opera of the "Merry War"
as given by Jhe Carleton Opera company.
The fact of so large an audience upon a re
turn engagement after so short an interim
is proof conclusive that the
company possesses what may be termed
good staying qualities, and besides the
favorable impression made on their first
visit has been emphasized in the more than
cordial reception accorded. As compared
with their former presentation of this opera
a decided improvement is noticeable, both
as to the vocal interpretations of the score,
the stage business and acting, the latter be
ing much smoother. The cast last night
was essentially the same as before, and as
intimated the performance was received in
a most heurty and enthusiastic manner.
Miss Post was vivaeiuus and sprightly, as
the Countess, and she sang exceedingly well,
receiving a number of encores. The role of
Artemisia as enacted and suntr by Miss
Beaadet is very enjoyable indeed; she has
toned the acting considerably and there is a
: cheerful absence of the boisterous rant at
first noticeable. Mr. Carleton looked, sang
uiul acted the role of the General, and Miss
Jessie Uurtlett Davis sang as suberblyas ever
Both of these artists received lavish recogni
tion. Mr. Taylor pleased the audience as
usual, and Herr Adolphi makes the best of
his part. The chorus is lacking in male
voices, but what there is of it is good.
The costumes are beautiful and
the perfect evolutions of the
drill in the third act called for the great
est enthusiasm. Indeed, for a warm night,
it was the most enthusiastic audience seen
hen: for a long time aud the honors were
This afternoon "Fra Dlavolo" will be
given and to-night the engagement closes
with the "Merry War." After the perform
ance to-night Manager Scott has arranged
with the St. Paul .v Duluth road for a special
train to White Bear lake.
The sale of seats for the engagement of the
M. H. Curtis company in the new play,
"Spot Cash," opens at the box officce of the
Grand this morning. The play is said to be
one of the most amusing of the kind ever
Mrs. Elizabeth Kovitz, Sixty-five
At the residence of Mrs. Kelly, No. 02
East Fourth street, yesterday afternoon at
4:30 o'clock, Mrs. Elizabeth Kovitz was
found sitting in a rocking chair dead. She
was about sixty-five years of age and had
the honor of being one of the pioneer set
tlers in St. Paul, her life having been
marked by unceasing attention to duty and
The cause of her death is a matter of
doubt, although it is supposed to have re
sulted from a complication of sufferings to
which she has been a victim for some time
past. For many years she was housekeeper
at the Merchants hotel, but during the past
four years she has occupied the same
position at the American house.
About a month ago she left the latter place
mi account of ill health and went to the res
idence of Mrs. Kelly with the view of pro
curing needed rest, since when she has
scarcely left the house. On her person was
found two *100 bills, live $50 bills, three 620
bills, three $5 bills, and in gold, three $90,
three $10 and three $6 pieces. Besides these
she had ■ bank book which showed a balance
Deputy Coroner Horst viewed the remains
and a post mortem will be held to-day at Mc-
Curtlir & Donnelly's at 10 o'clock to-day by
D;-. Donnelly. The deceased leaves a sou in
t .ii > city, Mr. Nicholas Kovitz, better known
us "Little Nick."
A suspicion existed in certain quarters
last night that her death may have resulted
from polsou and this will be ascertained at
the examination to-day.
Ho -Was Captured.
Last evening a compositor in the ■ Pioneer
Pnm >>tll ••, named William Morrissy, was
arrested on a warrant sworn out by. Mary
Martin. In this warrant Mary states that she
Is iii an interesting condition and that Wil
liam W the ctinse of all her trouble, which is
M.iilieient. under the. laws and' constitution
of this c wealth, to cause his appre
hension. It was on this state of the case
that he was taken into custody. '
[Fish Celebration m Chicago.
Chicago, Aug. 15. — The Irish national
s >ci ti s ... t'.ie city held their annual dcin
■•. (tratioD at Ogdeu's grove to-day. About I
12,0 J0 people wire present. Among the
Hji aijors with State Senator Grady, of New
York, Ho dwelt at some length on the
'• rungs oJ the Irish people. V resolution was
p.-s.-d reaaanrting the determination to con
■imie laboring .or the freedom of Ireland till
it was achieved. Y?^'
A Texas Fire.
Lamp.vsos, Tex., 'Aug. — Another de-'
structive fire visited this city at midnight
las*, night. Two entire blocks, embracing
fifteen places of business, including several j
saloons, with all their conteuts. wire burned. J
The loss is estimated at $200,000. Insurance I
estimated at $100,000. The origin of the lire
i? believed to be incendiary.
UlriTta on Horack"» Food." write hundreds of
n»teful metier*. Motbert milk contains no
starch. An »macial rood for Infante should
» -stain » •» »tarch- Toe beat sad aoet nutnsour
tood in twaith ■ ■ ■ 0 1 |
cr s:oViw* tor n H kj *i H j£% |j^ JO%
th* heitdiet for KH I§ I fl HI Pa 1^
auJLsTiUDSO» ALBK»PT Diokstkd. from
IH _ M March aaArtuuirc* no cookie*.
|_ 0\ sl% #B B.<oDimended by PhvniciaM.
PI i I i i B Hirtly bruef.cuJ to JSurKM
8 R I E P I I Mother* as a drink. Pnc* 40
■ UW &U 75 o?nt«. By ml dniKKitia.
Send [for Book on the Treatment of Children. f rcfc
"S»«il« it!;««:ri u4 c»lrill<ra«.-— C.W. £■».'«».
«• />.. s i>« » > A __
-mi tt t.l tku emM ««.It*J.-— IT w. JEtU,
" -No iinliiift Im prtanxiac it «»p*rtor le »»»
tain* Utuu'-I. 5. CUn. jr. D.. rw». .v. V.
VTUI t « «tT.* h 7 mail on rr«rirt of trie* in rtarur^-
Hm:nri<'o FIM»I» CO., H«ri U wu.
Jl*-i H(uluck*s i?»I £xtbact or lLu.x~t? j
-' Hat Fever :l have been a great sufferer from
Hay-Fever f0r. 15 years and have tried various
things without dsing any good. I read of the
many wondrous cures of Ely's ' Cream Balm and
thought I would try once more. In 15 minuteß
after one application I was ".wonderfully helped. •
Two weeks ago I commenced using it and now I
feel entirely cured', jj It is the greatest discove
ry ever known or heard of. — Duhamel Clark,
i'anuer, Lee, Mass. Price 50 cents. ■' .'..;;
>. Knvanagh sells 00 lots in blocks 2, 7, 10 and 15 j
Eastville Heights addition at auction on the
premises, at 3 o'clock this afternoon. . '
Sank Center Academy of Individual In
.struct ion. ' . .
The above school : will resume' business on
Monday, Sept. Ist, 1884. No classes. Young
men recite alone in private rooms. Pupils back
ward in their education will find . many advant
ages in this school. ; We have' special and
seperate accommodation for small boys. We
have erected this summer an ample recreation
hall. For circulars, giving rules and particulars,
address ; • Rev. D. J. Cooas, ; :
.' •' Principal. •
P. S. We' refer to the professional and busi
ness men of Sauk Center. ■ ' -
Central Presbyterian church, Cedar street,
(near Capitol) R. F. Maclaren, pastor. Services
to-morrow: Preaching at 10:30 a. m. by Rev.
W T illiam McKibbin, formerly pastor of tho
church; at 8 p. m. by Rev. Thomas A. McCurdy
of Wooster, Ohio; Sabbath school at 12 m. ;
Young People's meeting at 7:15 p. m. .
By the combination of different articles by ig
norant persons for baking powders, they render
the food very indigestible, as the chemical action
when they cuter the stomach, prevents their be
ing digested".' : Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder I
is a perfect powder. No baking powder in the :
market that produces such good results in the I
oven. -' ■ ;■ . V-/.'.<
To a poor man in search of a home site in one j
of our most thriving neighborhoods, the sale of |
60 lots in Eastville Heights addition, at 3 o'clock !
this afternoon, affords an elegant opportunity.
Fashionable Society. Dancing. ■
Prof R. H. Evans' Select School for Dancing
deportment and calisthenics, will reopen Sep
tember 13th, at Sherman hall. Send for circular,
For further particulars address Lock Box, Sher
man hall. "/.-'v • 'fc
The Catholic Church ; Confession and Ab
By Monsignor Capel, to be had at the Catholic
booksellers, Wabasnaw street. St. Paul' _ ■
To a poor man in search of a home site in one
of our most thriving neighborhoods, the sale of
60 lots in Eastville Heights addition, at 3 o'clock
this afternoon, affords an elegant opportunity.
Monsignor Cupel's books and photographs can
be had at McCarthy & Donnelly's, opposite post
This powder never varies. A marvel of purity
strength and wholesomeness. More economical
than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold in
competition with the multitudes of low test, short
weight, alum or phosphate powders. Sold only
in cans: Kotal- Baking PowdekCo.! 196 Wall
street. New York.
Business for Sale.
In consequence of the death of Mr. T. S.
McManus, the stock, fixture* and good-will of
the wholesale' confectionery business of
T. S. McMANUS & CO.,
located at St. Paul, Minn., Is offered for sale.
To a party with from fifteen to twenty thousand
dollars capital, j desirous of engaging in a well
established wholesale manufacturing business,
this is an opportunity which docs not often occur.
For further particulars cull upon, or address
1). A. MONFORT,
Second National Bank, St Paul, Minn.
St. Paul Aug. 15, 1884. • 22Stf
,-, sunn's. .; _^
*• • ' ' .'
More than 20 years' use of strictly
Reliable Fabrics, made In the most
Artistic and Durable manner possible
has made for the \V;
MADE OJuLllil O
the moat enviable reputation of any j
Goods produced. They are sold by j
first-class retailers throughout the
country. Ask your dealer for them. i
.; '. EXCURSION.
First Regiment Band,
(Formerly Great Union,)
to TnE ,
CO\EY ISLAND OF THE WEST, !
In C'.earwaier Lake, Waconia, Minn.,
SUNDAY, AUGUST 17, 1884
i GRAND CONCERT AND HOP,
On the Island in the Afternoon ;
___ __^^ _
Train leave* Union Depot. St. Panl. at 9 o'clock 1
and Minneapolis at 9:45 o'clock a. in. Return- j
.ing leave the lake at 6 p. in., arriving at St.
Paul at 7:30.
Round-trip tickets, including steamboat fare.
$1. •-'.!. The public cordially invited. Tickets
can be secured at R. C. Manger's music store
and Jarshii'ht-k"?. 410 Wabsshaw street.
IPPUCATIOAS_F«R space i
All persons desiring space for ex
hibition in approaching Fair and
Exposition will please make form- I
al application for the same,
blanks for which will be furnished
on app'ication to the undersigned
! Room 6, No. 13 Washington Aye
VllA tiLES II CLARKE, ~ ' %
ST. PAUL DAILY GLOBE. SATURDAY MORNING AUGUST , 16, 1884.
nnurs li i
ST. Pißl'A FARGO
Commencing MONDAY, August 18, the
Fargo k Southehi E'j
Will run regular daily passenger trains between
j ST. PAUL and GRACEVILLE, "WAHPETON
' and FARGO.
TWO trains Daily, morning and evening, will
! leave St. Paul 8:00 A. M. and 7:30 P. M., via
I Chicago. Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway, run
| ning THROUGH To FARGO without change,
| Superb in all its appointments, elegant; coaches.
i Pullman sleepers on night trains. Everything
I Fm&T Class. Rates of fare as low and lime as
j quick as by other lines. Buy your ticket , at C.
M; & St. P. Ry. Ticket office, and travel met the
new and popular road.
CIIAS. THOMPSON", '- f '
W. 11. DIXOX,
General Agent, St. Paul.
C. J. EDDY, Genl. Frt. & Pass. Agt. Fargo.
DIAMOND JO LINE OF STEAMERS.
For Winona, La Crosse, Dubuque, Rock Island,
Burlington, Keokuk, (Juincy, and
All Intermediate. Points to
Steamers of this Line, and this Line only, run
Through from St. Baal Dock. This is not a
part rail line, with midnight transfer
from car to boat
The elegant, popular and fast electric light pas
' : ' : senger steamer - .■ | : ,
JOHN- KILLEEN, Master. • *' '■
LARRY CI'EBERLY, Clerk.
Leave St. Paul Duck. No transfer via rail
Saturday, km\ Mil, at 10 A, M
Most enjayable route South, ..East or .West."
View the famed Mississippi scenery. No heat or
dust. Through tickets to all river and interior
points. •> ■. ■•.' '•'£■' :
A. G. LONG, Agent, ..-:',
Dock, opposite Union Depot.
City Office, St.. Paul, cor. Third and Jackson.
Minneapolis Offlcei It* Washington avenuo South.
OF THE V ' '
GREAT WESTERN DMD
■ TO Afl
TATLOES FALLS !
. Sunday, August 17tli, 1881.
FARE: $1.50; children, half rates; round trip.
Train leaves depot at 9:00 a. m. sharp; arrives
on the return, 8:U0 p. in.
Concert and picnic on the romantic heights of
Taylor's Falls in the afternoon. 'Families may
provide themselves with refreshments. j The
Fame are ulso furnished by • caterer*! on the
grounds. ; ■ : / £28-30
i ■ •
' Op/ice ok the Board op Education, I
bT. Paul, Minn., August 13, 1884, -'J • !
will bo received by the Board of Education until
Tuesday Evening, August 19,
ISB4, at 6 o'clock P. M., for the performance of
the following work :
Steam EeatiM and Gas Filling,
Necessary for two (2) rooms in High School
Bcilding according to specifications in the office
of Millard, Ulrici and Eltaner, '
For connecting with water mains'/and putting in
supply of Phalen Water (so-called, into Jefferson
and Neill -School Buildings, according to specifi
cations in hinds of J. M. Minor, Kastsixta»treet, *
rear of Clarendon Hotel, and for ..'
Privy Vaults & Closets
For Slbley School, according to specification in
hands of J. M. Minor, address as in last above.
The Board reserves the right to reject any or
all bids, and will : require a > bond on the part of
the contractor, to be duly conditioned for the
honest and faithful performance of his contract
with sach sureties and in such amount as it may
prescribe. - f
All bids must be accompanied by a copy of
this advertisement and MUST be addressed to R.
Schiffmann, President of the Board of Education
of the city of St. Paul, Minnesota.
27-32 Secretary Board of Education.
fOHIC BITTERS I
The raoßi « ie2r«nt Blood Pnriiier, Liver Invieora
lor. Tonic, and Appetizer ever known. . The first
B:iter» containing iron ever sdrertiKtl in Aajer.ca-
Unprincipled person* «re imitating . the nsme;
look out for rand". See that the following si^na- !
tare ie on every botue. and take none other:
(_/ Dbcccist & Chxxist.
ST. S»^"CTXi. - -K>-i-vr>^ . ■■
ia lS72fdr the crzr*
Hpf Cancer, Tnmors, Ulcers,
■Scrofula, and Skin DUeaaac,
RBBBR^RCTOFKniIe or loss of blood and Ibfl*
pain. I For iaicinnation. ciicalsrs and referextMa,
U<ires» l>r . r.JL. l'UMi, Aaron. Co., lU.
'I '':'' ■ ' ;; REAL ESTATE; '
Residence Property !
We shall sell,' on the Premises, • i
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 flls. '''.:■ "•'- ":' -' •" ■' , . :
■/■The real estate will be offered separately from
the improvement*, 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.
J. M. WARNER,
■•: . .' ■ / Auctioneer .
■ We have just platted' and now offer for sale
lots in the Minnesota Addition. This addition
1 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 exceptcd. The lota
are started at very low prices $"'5 to $75 a pieces
: and will show a very handsome advance . by fall,
Livingston is leas than two years old, with a
population of over. 3,000 . 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 f of 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
R. R. : -
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 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 hag plenty of pine and fir timber.
It has an abundance of pure water and a mild
climate. . •'■' \ :.'.*■■
It is the 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 and fine brick clay. Hot springs
exist (176 temperature) within twelve miles of
town, which exceil those of Arkanaaw. The Union
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 the vicini
ty of Livingston, - are - putting in a plant of
geventy-flve coking furnaces. Lots for sale by
C. LIVINGSTON & CO.,
63 E. Third street, St. Paul.
WM. G. ROBERTSON,
(Successor to D. A. Robert & Co.. the oldest
real estate agency in Minnesota.)
Ko. ; 7 McQuillan Block:, cor. Third & Waliasliaw,
(Established in 1872.)
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
Corner Third & Robert streets, (In Savings Bank,) '
ST. PAUL, MINN.
Buys, Sells, Collects, Pays Taxes, Negotiates
Loans, etc. ■ c*'. ■'-;;■
GRISWOLD & TEEPLE,
Real Estate & Loan Brokers,
NO. 63 EAST THIK) STREET.
St. Paul. - - Minn i
K. W . J SON,"
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
MANNHEIMER BLOCK. - • ROOM 11,
St. Paul. ... Minn.
Offer the best grades of Anthracite and Bitumi
nous Coal nt the very lowest market prices.
Their coal is fresh from the mines and well
ccreened. And their Body Wood cannot- be
equaled in the state.
A share of your patronage ii solicited.
41 East Third Street,
Comer of Cedar.
~ ~ . GAS FITTERS. '
McfILLAS & THIRSTOS,
HE.TWfi & mTILITHG A SPECIALTY.
< Jobbing Promptly Attended To.
Agents for tie Bncieye Stoves & Ranges
The Beit in the World.
1 16 West Third St . op. Metropolitan Hotel,
ST. PAUL, MINN. 180
',-' KAVAXAGH'S AVCTZOXS.
r*(\ LOTS IN EASTVILLE HEIGHTS AT \
Dv/ Auction — I will sell on the premises, on
Satcdray, Angnst 18, at 3 o'clock p.m., sixty lota
in blocks two, seven, ten and fifteen, in above ad- j
! dition. This beautiful ground overlooks • the I
; greater portion of oar city, from which the rich
or p00r. ,: man ... can . select . a fine ■'" home
site.' It is now m well established fact that East
St. Paul is for all times to be a great manufac
turing center, and is represented to-dasU>y soch
establishment* as' the Harvester Wonts, Plow •'
Work*, C. N. Nelson - Lumbering Co., J. P.
Gribben's Lumbering Co., the Da lath shops, j
possibly the shops of the Wisconsin Central R. X. ,
the Terra Cotta Lumber Co." works, I etc., 'etc.
Terms will be small payments to all who will im
prove at once, ■■ ■ --. • " '. • .'■
. . P. T. KAVANAGH,
235-229 ,". ... Auctioneer.
ThCRiOTrRE: AT AUCTION— I win Veil at
JP section, at my salestand corner of Third and j
Cedar streets, at 10 o'clock, this morning, a lot I
Of household furniture, consisting of parlor and j
bedroom furniture, stoves, carpets, Ac., &c.
P. T. KAVASAGH,
229 - . -Auctioneer. '-■;,
FIVE CENTS A LINE
POSITION wanted in a wholesale 'bouse by a
J- young man who can make himself generally
useful.' Address C. B. J., Globe office... 228-34
ANTED— A. position by an experienced
•W' hotel manager," one, who is thoroughly
conversant with all details of the business : also,
a position wanted by a competent., lady house
keeper. The beat of references . given. : Ad.
dress J. M. X., Globe office, I ';;. :;, t -,» 223-29
, t <. *aC ATI OSS VJfRtLBD. t \\\
.. •' Female*. .- -■,;'■•.'::■' '\ ;'
WANTED — Scandinavian- female cook. ■ Ap
. ply at 439 Laurel avenue. Mrs. R. W.
Johnson. - . : . . , .' 228-34
WANTED — a. woman . between .30 and 35
years of age as nurse, must be accustomed
to small children, references must be the: best.
Beet of pay and a good home to the , right person.
Apply to room 14 Steele block, corner Wabashuw
and Seventh streets. • 227*,
WANTED— A girl for general housework, 50
West Tenth street. > ; f- - 2:23-29
WANTED— Two intelligent young ladies of
good address to go to j Davenport, lowa.
Employment light and respectable, 'paying j from
$4 to £6 per day. All expenses advanced. , Best
of reference required. Address Y. Z., this office.
'[■I. • FOR JtENT.
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 and cellar. Rent $11 per
month each. Apply to John Q. Adams, 126
East Third street. . 223-30
FOR RENT— A residence flat of "six "nice
j rooms at SI S per month water and all mod
ern conveniences; over drug, store, corner Ohio
and George streets, West St. Paul. Inquire of
P. R. McDonnell. 213*
FOR RENT— The second story of the now
"JL 1 elegant Weed | block, 50 by 35, on Sev
enth, near Sibley street, (now in course of
erection). Feady 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 Wolterstoril & iloritz, 183 East
Seventh street. . 180*
lIOR RENT— East half of double house on
.Marshall avenue, No. 470, containing 7
rooms, cellar and cistern. Inquire at 482 same
avenue, or No, 4 Odd Fel ows' block. 228-32
FOR RENT — house of live rooms, water,
cellar and wood shed, 378 North Fort street.
FOR — 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 corner Seventh and Rosabel streets.
Andrew Sc'nock. . \ . '.'" 202* [
FOR RENT— from S3 to $10. Jas; *
Dillon, 235 Commercial street. •' , 202*
FOR RENT— 545 Ashland avenue, 8
rooms, alcove and bath, cistern and well
water. Rent low. E. Ingham, 503 Ashland
avenue. ,;. "."l.;-..l '.;'-.. 202*
TWO new houses for rent. C. Casey769B East
. JL . • Fourth street. . ;■. ■/.;-■ 200*
HOUSES FOR RENT— Twelfth and
XI- Thirteenth streets, on Robert. Uri L.
Lamprey. • 181*
FOR RENT— A cottage house with 9 rooms,
in thorough repair, at $35 per month, i Ap
ply to J. A. Sabin, Davidson block. 159*
FOR RENT— cottage with four rooms,
Pantry and closets, good water and every
convenience. Apply to J. C. . McCarthy, Sixth
ward. . - ; '870*'
TO RENT — Two nice rooms, with lake water
JL for housekeeping. Rent cheap. Old No.
29 Exchange street, near corner St. Peter street.
229-230 . .
FOR — Large front room, furnished;
ground floor; private entrance. 249 Mor
ris street. 228-30
FURNISHED rooms for rent— Two very Ele- |
JJ gantly furniHhed — sitting and bed
rooms, suitable for. two or more young men. ■
Inquire at 160 West Third street, first floor.
TBHEE Cloak Racks for l 'sale cheap. Inquire
JL of Field, Mahler & Co. • ■ 229-31
BOARDING HOUSE for sale cheap. Rent
moderate. Good stand for a saloon. In
quire No. 50 West Tenth street, St. Paul, Minn.
C)A BY 10 FEET, C foot wall, 10 ounce duck
U~x. tent, for sale by Win. Lee & Co. , 222*
T7IOR SALE — A live-glass Cunningham carriage
JD or hack, cheap for cash.' Inquire at 411
llcnncpiu avenue, Minneapolis. 216*
FOR SALE or Exchange— Standard pinno.new;
will sell at a bargain for cash or trade. C,
15, Globe office. , 213*
17\OR SALE, or will trade for a horse, a good
' ' Ballet & Davis . piano. Call at once if yon
mean business. E. S. ALLEN, i
20S* ; 142 East Third street.
FOR sale Building, 88x110 on leased
ground on Eighth street between Jackson
and Sibley. . Wolterstorff & Mortiz. 193*
FOR SALE One four-horse engine and boiler
'complete, ingoodurdrr. Inquiie tit Franklin.
Machine HUop-j, corner of Sixth and Cedar stroistss.
■ * ' ' 184*
JOB OFFICE FOR SALE.
JOB PRINTING OFFICE FOR SALE— A well
fj equipped St. Paul job office, with a large and
thoroughly established basinets, is offered for
sale at a great bargain. Apply to or addross H.
P. Hall, St. P&nl. Minn. 204*
MISCELLANEOUS REAL ESTATE.
d.1,500, will buy one of the best farms in Grant
county, with one of of 8 best faring in alone
county, with house of S rooms, house alone
cost £l,2oo, only one mile from the county seat,
10 acres of the handsomest grove of trees in the
plate, this property must be sold in the next 10
d*ys. Fab**ell Co., Third and Jackson.
FOR — The following desirable lots: loTs
corner of Pleasant avenue and Sixth street,
2 lets on Rice street, between Iglehart and Tilton
street, 10 lots in Irvine's second addition, front
ing on Seventh street, (end of bridge) ; la lots
in Irvine's addition to West St. Paul; also a well
established paying business. Apply to Ucorgo
W. Tnrntiull, 343 Exchange street, city. 223*
"I7IOK SALK OR EXCHANGE— A choice farm,
JO fully improved and located one mile from a
good town, and will sell cheap. Farwcll it Co.,
Third and Jackson street*.
CARDING— First-class board in private
J3 family. Bath room in house. 480 Cedar
ACKEY'S.LOAN OFFICE— Notes bought,
money loaned on furniture, pianos, horses,
wagons and personal property at low rate*, with- j
; out removal. Offices, Room 7, First National bank
building, corner Fourth and Jackson street, St.,
Paul, and Room 7, Mackey & Legg block, corner
of Fourth and Nicollet, Minneapolis. 207*
LOANS on Life Ins. Policies. L. P. Van
Norman, No. 245, Ist Aye. S. Minneapolis.
LOST AM* J-OIW/t.
OST— A pocket book on St. Peter utrcet, in
front of Engine bouse No. 1, Under will be
suitably rewarded by leaving at No. 455 St. Peter
LOST— R. Hans, constable of city of St. Paul,
hag lost a pocket diary which is valuable to
him atd is of no interest to anybody else. ( Find
er will be suitably rewarded by returning • same
to No. 410 Wabas haw street. :< ■ >. :'.229
OST— On Sunday last, a silver plated Mason
emblem— square and compass . with half j
moon, marked "Pacific Z2.". Finder will be !
suitably rewarded on leaving it at 82 West Third j
street. : ' f ' v 228-230 I
To Whom it May Concern.
The copartnership heretofore existing between
A, M. Kenyon and F. A. Eubank, copartners '. as j
Kenyon & Eubank*, Contractors and Builders, !
has this day been dissolved by mutual consent,
A. M. Kenyon continuing the bneinesi; s(W
All bills doe said firm and indebtedness of
paid firm .is to be paid to and by said A. M.
Kefyon. ". -'_ ". _ f .
Dated St. Paul, Minn,, Augnit 13, 1884.
A. M. KENYON,
F. J. EUBANK.
JtEMOrAX. SALE. r .
TTIOK the next 30 days goods will be sold at i
Jl great sacrifice. Refrigerators Mid ice cream
freezers specialties. 1&3 East seventh. _ Welter
storfi & Jaoriu."^a^^^^3^?> -• . . 17 J
_ . - • CLOTHIEBa.
j ~ , — — —
91 East Third Street,
Headquarters in St. Paul for Summer Clothing
Men's, Youth's, Boys' and Childrens'
In endless varieties, and at lowest prices. If
you want to keep cool, visit
91 East Third street. '
■■ ' - ■ MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.
Acknowledged by irtists the Best in the World.
tJlnr7uut? One ? nvCrio t0 tbe Weber and noaethat can compete with them
«>r durability.— I eresn Carreno.
tWt'ls^M °f tb<l Web l r Piaao I , so sweet ' rich and sympathetic, yet so full,
Thursb}. ways rank you as the neatest mauuracturer of the day.— Emma
sAiebfiif iaDOS excel all others in volume of tone ami in Power of expression.^
ma Abbott^ D ° Pianos in the world that snstaia the voice like the Weber.— Em-
R. C. MTJTSTQ-ER, Asent, St. Paul
SEND FOR CATALOGUES.
'•'j :■■;'.'; . TAILORING.;
FINE TAILORING-. '
AfTlVaf 1 AIS &> IH I! IV 30EastTWstreet '
IFSJllliilil $ Mill I, ST. Paul, Minn.
% FERGUS FAHEY,
JJIiUIIAIN I I AILUJCI,
,___ 58 East Third Street.
t^The latest styles of Imported Goods always on hand. Perfect fits guaranteed.
' ~__ . I
' BOOTS AND SHOES
E. H. SCBLffi,
Bits ail Shies,
Hew Styles Daily Received.
331 MM SW Car.i.
'•'•■ ■ WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS?
NOTES, & otjtlekT
IPOETEBS AND WHOLESALE IWSR
<i 8 and 70 Sibley street, comer Fifth, at. Paul, Minn.
' STANDARD SCALES.
Eclipse Wind Mills Tanks and Pumps
Smith- Steam Pumps and Boilers
-v Hancock Inspirators, Lubricatord, eta
FiIBBMS, MORSE & ■ 371 373 Sibley street
COOT AED DBAL2SB.
SOHLIEK & CO..
— ..10. 89 EAST THIRD STREET,
HRaTirains id THIRD STREET,
St. Paul Agency for BTJRT'B, CiliAY'U,
REYNOLD'S, and Many Others.
Esf" sj*il orders promptly filled.
~^, ~ ' '
AND TELEGRAPHIC INSTITUTE
Has long »hice established its claims to public favor, and has now enteied upon its 13th rear nnl«
the mow favorable auspices. fcecu for caU'ogue, giving full particulars. Northwest cor. Seventh
and Jackson streets.
W. A. FADDI3. Prinolpal.
GAS FIXTURES - DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS.
GAS FKTCRES. |l"||l|ij
KENNEY & HUDNEB \%J $ 1 Jf^ ' |33
1 . . ' DfCORJ'OnATED.
Opposite Metropolitan HoteL
— — — ■ The Leading ST. PAUL Manufactory of
IN NEW QUARTERS. SASH, DOORS, BUMS, &C
_ Have in Stock
P, J. DREIS, mm fteUf m Mm m FIOORIK
: bHli u I. hi. e.e«ant Hewsto» Mow Pine ßooriDg and Ilardwood Lumber,
_ ... . 6 _. . _. . , EAGLE STREET AND SEVEN CORNKK3
Corner M and Saint Peter sWs. ,
Where can be found the finest and best of Drugs, , MUSICAL.
Perfumery, Toilet. Articles, Patent' Medicines,, -'•- *
etc. Al«o, all kinds of Garden and Flower Seeds' -w- . ttt« A "ITT" TT" *-¥--■-
**-— LAURA W . HALL,
PHEBCBIPTIONSABPBCIAI,TY MUSIC ROOMS 10 , WMBTBa avenub. '
_, i . , -i ■mm i Head of Ashland Avenue, St. Anthony UUL
Tlieatncal ni Masaueraae TE ™ op
10 West Third^treet, St. PauL raoROUGH instruction guaranteed.
gaat stock of new Masquerade Costumes, for i Conservatory, No 127 West Third »treet,
balls, parties, theatrical performances, old folks' - * f I^ Ul ; "° ° D p f "7" al o PP" c «Jon. reference
concerts, tableau-. Ac. " ': | to the numeroui. families whose daughters she
Masksatwholeenle: I - . ha. Uught and fa now teacu.ng wUI be given.
««, „ parties, .end for «-*£•« • *?& .« & "2WS2SSSK
i. . tJ .<jrliliS£iN. - bobscription $l.&0 per annum.