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THE CITY.
CITY GLOBULES.
Yesterday afternoon was a delight to the
members of the lawn tennis clubs.
The eight day clock in the lobby of tho
postoflke doesn't goon tick.
The restaurants have opened the oyster
aeason, although there is no "R" in August.
The streets along the line of the new
water mains are not being left in good con
dition.
The committee on streets, of the council,
will hold a meeting at 10 o'clock this morn
ing.
The Central Blame and Logan club had a
well attended meeting at Arion hall last
evening.
The Rt. Rev. Bishop Whipple preaches in
Jie Episcopal chapel in the Sixth ward on
Saturday evening.
The committee on streets will make a final
settlement of the matter of preparing an or
der for stone sidewalks to-day at 10 o'clock.
A special meeting of the city council will
be held at 3 o'clock this afternoon to take ac
tion on tbe report of the committee on
etreets.
The bids will be opened at the state au
ditor's office at 10 o'clock this morning for
supplying the several state institutions with
fuel lor the ensuing year.
The proprietors of the new evening paper
"Tfie Day" have leased the new three story
brick block just erected by Geo. P. Jacob's
on Jackson street, between Fifth and Sixth
streets.
The court cases of the May term of the dis
trict court were cleared from the calander
yesterday and Judge Simons adjourned court
to Monday September 1, when it will be pro
rogued.
An action was begun in the United States
circuit court yesterday, by Thomas H. Stork
against Uunder Johnson and others to re
cover possession of certain real estate and
53, 000 damages.
The Art lecture by Miss Star will be de
livered this afternoon at St. Joseph's Acad
emy, on Nelson uvenue. The occasion will
be one of important interest, profiting all
who liear this accomplished lady.
Joseph Bergstrom, a fourteen-year-old in
mate uf the Btate reform school, made his
jscape from that institution during Tuesday
night. His parents reside at Marine, and it
Is thought that he may have gone home.
The local committee of the civil service
commission met yesterday, and examined
forty-eight applicants for the position of
letter carriers. The reports will be passed
upou by the board of examiners at Washing
ton.
A law partnership has been formed be
tween Judge Win. S. Moore and Mr. James
J. McCafferty, with office at No. 144 East
Third street. Both gentlemen are able law
yers, and the combination makes a powerful
team.
Bcnnie Ames, the grandson of ex-Secre
tary Delnno, now visiting in St. Paul, caught
a German carp at White Bear laki: last Tues
day. It weighed six and one-half pounds,
and is supposed to have been the first one
caught.
The tearing dorn and patching up process
was in full blast at the state capitol yester
day, the public being completely fenced out
of tho upper storios. The report of that in-
Veßtigatmg committee is awaited with a good
dial of interest,
The following volumes were received at
the state library yesterday: Smithsonian
Report 1832, proceedings and transactions
of the Royal society of Canada, 1883 and
1883, report of the international exhibition
of electricity at Paris in 1881.
ltapid dnviug on Third street has become
such a nuisance since that street wa^ re
paved aud the city railway track removed
therefrom that the business men thereon
have complained to the police and the officers
Will at ouce commence arresting such parties.
Adjutant General MacCarthy mustered
iWto the state service on Monday the Dulutli
Guards, comprising fifty men rank and file,
with Ed, S. Barnet as captain, O. C. Hart
man, lirsi lieutenant, aud 11. K. Armstrong,
second lii-uU'inuit. They are pronounced to
be a flue boily of men.
The Day publishing company on yesterday
leased the. new Jacobs building, the tine new
three story and basement block, No. 380
Jackson street, for three years. The work of
fitting Up the new building has already been
begun, and will be pushed rapidly to com
pletion. Mr. Jacobs came down from Fargo
to execute the lease. i
The able and distinguished editor of the
Oil Inspectorship came down town yesterday
afternoon looking as gay and exuberant as a
grave digger. The cause of this festive and
hilarious appearance was the effect produced
by hearing his talented private secretary read
from the morning papers their mention of
the establishment of The Day, the new after
uoou two cent paper.
The editor and publisher of The Spirit of
the TimU, N. V., Mr. E. A. Buck, has used
3 . Jacobs Oil repeatedly with satisfactory re
suit
PERSONALS.
W. H. Flagg, Chicago, is at the Merchants.
R. C. Libby, Hastings, was in the city yes
terday.
U. 8. Reid, of Hudson, was in the city yes
terday
H. G. Stone, Grand Forks, is at the Mer
chant*. '■' ;'
Clinton Markell, of Duluth, was in the city
yesterday.
E. M. Hitchcock, ofNorthfield, is at the
"Windsor.
Mrs. M. L. Washington, St. Louis, is at
the Windsor.
John A. Williams, of Chicago, is at the
Metropolitan. V-
Hon. 1). M. Sabin, of Stillwater, was in the
city yesterday.'
Senator Acherman, of Young America,
isot the Clarendon.
John. N. Simpson, Montana, was at the
Metropolitan yesterday.
E. W. Cook and family, of Ashby, Minn.,
were at the Metropolitan yesterday.
K. Lutz and wife, of Mantorville, arc
among the arrival* at the Clarendon.
Mr. M. Simon, the well known wholesale
liquor dealer of Cincinuati, is at the Clar
cudon.
State Treasurer Charles Kittelson is on a
few days' pleasure trip to the Lake Superior
region.
A. A. Crandall, Rochester, and D. F.
Kemp and wife, Buffalo, are at the Metro
politan.
Alfonzo Gonzales, city of Mexico, Mexico,
arrived in the city yesterday, and is at the
Merchant:*.
G. K. Fisk, New York: W. P. Scott, St.
Louis, and J. L. Driskill, Austin, Texas,
were at the Merchants yesterday. -
P. O.'Carr, Dututh; James Slocnm, Nor
v.<»hl. Minn.: E. E. Came and lady, Owa
'.on it, were at the Windsor yesterday.
Mr. S. H. Jennings, northern passenger
Jireni of. the St. Louis A San Francisco rail
road company, with headquarters in Chicago,
arrived in the city yesterday.
"Assistant manager of the Grand Oper.a
house. Mrs. Chas. Rains, leaves this eveuing
for Chicago and her old home *in Indiana,
where she will enjoy a needed and wel
Mraed vacation.
~ Mr. Willis Hawkins, the well known jour
nalist, aud at present an attache of the Chi
?.il>> Daily .V«m, is on a visit to friends in
Su Paul. Mr. Hawkins is an uncle of the
tali -u tod young lady, Miss Etta Hawkins, of
this city, and to his efforts may be attributed
her success on the stage.
Among the guests: at the Windsor hotel
yesterday were Mr. Geo. Turner and family
of Alabama; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Strobach of
the same state. Mr. Turner: was recently
appointed associate justice of the supreme
rourt of Washinctou territory and . he is en
route to the territory to assume " the respon
ib;!itios of the high position. He is : accom
panied by Mr. Strobich, formerly a United
, States marshal In Alabama.
■ Mr. John L. Whelan. the western ascent of
the Monon route, arrived in -] St. Paufyester
; day, and it Li under* toed ; Hue he •; La* : acs
cepted the position of eastern agent of the
St. Paul & Manitoba railroad company, with
headquarters in Pittsburg, the change to
take effect on the first of September.
Mrs. E. H. Wood, wife of Justice Wood,
and her daughters,' Misses Josle and Lizzie,
left the city yesterday for a visit to the tsister
of Mrs. Wood, Mrs. George Robeson, of Big
Stono City. They will be absent a couple of
weeks.
Mr. Harry Laselle, manager of the cloak
and suit department in Mannheimer 8r03.'
store, returned yesterday from a visit to San
Francisco, Cal., his former home. He will
leave for New York in a day or two to select
a stock of fall goods.
Mr. Hugh Donnelly and a party of friends
returned yesterday from a hunting excur
sion to Lake Lillian, adjacent to Bird Island,
of on the line the Hastings&Dakota railroad.
They bagged a great quantity of game and
speak in high terms of the reception accorded
them by mine host Marshall, of Lake Lillian.
Richard Smith, Jr., who has been a resi
dent of St. Paul for about two yeais, and for
that time agent of the associated press for
the northwest, left here last evening to take
up his residence in New York city, where he
is to be manager of the division of the asso
ciated press which includes the western and
southern press. His friends here, while re
gretting his departure, are pleased to learn
of his promotion. He is succeeded in the St.
Paul olflee by3lr. C. H. Dickson. !
Horrible Accident.
East Sagixaw, Mich., Aug. 20. — A man
named John Gerlnger, employed in the Sag
inaw Salt and LumDer company's mill, fell
against the edging saw this morning. The
saw cut through every rib on one side of his
body, making a terrible and probably fatal
wound. He is about forty-five years of age,
and is the father of nine children.
LOCAL, MtNTIOJf.
Fashionable Socioty Dancing.
Prof K. 11. 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 ball.
liase Ball!
MILWAUKEE vs. ST. PAUL,
At the Seventh Street Park, this Afternoon.
The Third National Bank will open for busi
ness Thursday morning, August 21st.
\Vai/tki'. Mann, President.
K. E. Stowek, Cashier.
Base Ball!
MILWAUKEE vs. ST. PAUL,
At the Seventh Street Park, this Afternoon.
HIJCD.
BURKE — At the residence of his parents, 111
Sibley street, Wednesday, August 2U, at 1 :30
a. m., Johnny, youugcst son of David P. and
Hannah Burke, aged 10 years, 2 months and 10
days.
Funeral from his home, at 9 o'clock, Friday
morning.
Absolutely-; Pure.
This powder never varies. A marvel of purity
strength and wholesomeness. More economical
than the ordinary kinds, end cannot he - sold in
competition with the multitudes of low te6t, short
weight, alum or phosphate powders. Sold only
in cans. Uovat. i!.\M.\ii PowdekCo.. 1% Wall
street. New York.
INSTRUCTION.
Fall Examination & Institute
' . WILL BE HELD AT
WHITE BEAR LAKE,
RAMSEY COUNTY, MINX.
On Tuesday, August 86, at the Village School
house, the full examination of teachers will begin.
On Wednesday,' August 27, at same place,
the session* of a State Teachers' Institute com
mence, and continue until Friday evening. V Prof.
.1. T. McCleary and Miss L. J. Sprague will be
instructors.
The object of the Institute Is to give "the best
instruction in the grading and discipline of tile
school, and in methods of teaching the branches
of the common school course. " This opportuni
ty I certainly expect will be embraced by all
teachers, and we cordially invite the attendance
of school officers, those intending to teach, and
the public. Ou Thursday evening, at the Presby
terian Church, Hon. D. L. Richie, State Superin
tendent of Instruction, will deliver an address.
Reduced rates of board • have been offered by
hotels and private families.
-;{,. HENRY G. BLAKE,
230-244 , County Superintendent.
££?*£;; GAS FITTERS.
Mcquillan & tburstoj,
PLUMBERS,
TINNERS, and
GAS FITTERS,
BEATEN & VEniLATLtG a specialty.
Jobbing Promptly Attended To.
Agents for the Buckeye Stores & Ranges
The Best in the World.
116 West Third op. Metropolitan Hotel,
ST. PAUL, MINN. 180
lALLENSIRONII
ifONICBITTERSI
Them* elegant Blood Purifier, Liver Invigora
tor. Tonic, and Appetizer ever known. - The first
Bitters containing iron evpr advertised in America.
Unprincipled person? are imitating- the name;
look out for rands. See that the following signa
ture is on every bottle, and take none other:
__, 'S^L ■ Drcggist & Chemist.
Takes no other
' ..'<?.■■ +" M '^S '.' m " " conri»hmt>r.t.
. " K -**'Sf, ■* A TK^Jrit urcewj with
f^-e^ST A JLJ\f '- himperf«£y."
.: *? <? ? »■■.'■■ fm'-r^.' ¥ ■writes » moth
,, ™ J*^ m*T* fi ■■■■■:■■ similartestimo
nials, as wen as those rrom rerciafcie physicians
throughout the trboic C.S.. testify the worth cf
. Eoiua's rooD FOB nr jstt3 ass ikvalids. .
R*iiu;rej no cooklnt . Best food In health or rick
-llSft»fi? n .d :i cv> - B ?" *** drusnraj*. Book sent free.
HORLICH'* FOOD CO.. Racint-. Wis.
*#-bent by ci^l en receipt of trice in stamps.-^
CAN C E R 1
M i I i i i i
H EstablishsdialSTS'orthsc^ra
BX Cancer, Tumors, Ulcers,
EstabUshedinlSTSfartheccre I
of Cancer, Tumors, liven, ;
i J **T'iViW~”- f^ Mf -M Scrofula, and Skia Disease*. )
•without the use ct knife or loss of bleed and liUie j
F&is. ■ For iriarai*t:ca. cinealara and ref eraocea,' I
UfiiWiUr.i'. JL» ■XiiSD. Aurora, IU. (
ST. PAUL DAILY GLOBE. THURSDAY MORNING AUGUST , 21, 1884.
STEAMERS.
DIAMOND JO LINE OF STEAMERS.
ForWinona, La Crosse, Dubnqne, Rock Island,
Burlington, Kcokuk, Quincy, and
All Intermediate Points to
ST. LOUIS.
Steamers of this Line, and this Line only, run
Through from St. Paul Dock. This ia not a
part rail line, with midnight transfer
from car to boat.
The elegant, popular and fast electric light pas
-•v'-'*. "'-, , senger steamer . ; ; ■:'■:'■■■':■ "
LIBBIE CONGER.
JAMES CORBETT, ; ALEX. HARLIN,
. /:."..■ Master. . Clerk
. Leave St. Paul Dock. No transfer via rail "
Thursday, iunst 21111,-at 8 A, H
. ■ Most enjayable ' route - South, : East or West.
View the famed Mississippi scenery.- T . 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 Office, 10 Washington avenue South.
ST,LOUiSAi\DST,PMrMErro:
.Electric Light ! : S Departs
Rapid Transit! T ; cr. for -
Reduced Kates IE ' LaCrosse,
Cuisine t A '•'. Dnbuqne,
' -Unexcelled! M Davenport
Luxurious 10 '. and .
Steamer ! li 3 Burlington
WM. THOMPSON, Q S. GRINELL,
Master. m clerk
- ' Departs for ' ' _ For Passenger or
. Freight rates apply
SAINT LOUIS and P -' to ':
_ , ■••:.■■' a 'a', DEL ANT,
Way Landings, ■ A ■'■:. • .
.°, ;, **, Agent.
FRIDAY, AUG. 22 U 334 Jackson street,
Lor Le\ee foot of
'.' 'Jackson. ',::'.
School of the Go Shepherd,
Cor. Tweiim (120 i) anil Cedar,
REV. WILLIAM C. POPE, M. A., PRINCIPAL.
SEVEN TEACHERS.
Circulars sent on application. angl2-tu-4t
DISSOLUTION OP CO-PARTNERSHIP—
Partnership heretofore existing between the
undersigned, under the name and firm of Win.
Lee & Co., wholesale Dry Goods Jobbers, is this
day dissolved by mutual consent. .. The business
of the firm will be settled at the old stand, No.
95 East Third street, St. Panl, by Win. Lee.
WILLIAM LEE,
■ '■■• \\-u- GEORGE LEE.
August lGth, 1884. 232-34
PFHTH F'fl T TUFF I
JjUI jjjj v iilliii !
.
-
THE NEW
ROUTE
BETWEEN
ST. PAUL & FARGQ
VIA MINNEAPOLIS.
Commencing MONDAY, August 18, th«
Fargo & Silb
Will run regular daily passenger trains between
ST. PAUL and GRACE VILLE, WAHPETON
and FARGO.
TWO trains Daily, morning and evening, will
leave St. Paul 8:00 A. M. and 7:30 P. >[„ via
CurcAoo. Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway, run .
nirg THROUGH TO FARGO without change,
Superb in all its appointments, elegant coaches.
Pullman sleepers on night trains. Everything
First Class. Rates of fare as low and time a»
quick as by other lines. Buy your ticket at C.
M. & St. P. Ry. Ticket office, and travel over the
new and popular road. - . '.
CHAS. THOMPSON,
X Ticket Agent
W. 11. DIXON,
General Agent, St. Paul.
C. J. EDDY, Genl. Frt. & Pass. Agt. Fargo. •'
FAIRS.
FAIR
AJSTt
EXPOSITION !
IPPIJCATIOii)R SPACE !
All persons desiring space for ex
hibition in approaching Fair and
Exposition will please make form
al application for the same,
blanks for which will be furnished
on application to the undersigned
Room 6, No. 13 Washington Aye
North, Minneapolis. /
CHARLES JET. CLARKE,
Secretary.
FUEL.
COAL AND WOOD.
BBS & FOSTER-
Offer the best grades of Anthracite and Bitnmi
noQS | Coal at j the very lowest market prices.
Their coal is fresh from the I mines : and well
screened. And their , Body Wood . cannot ;be
equaled in the state. HHfflffjC . :"'
- A share of tout patronage is solicited. _. -
41 East Third Street,
Corner of Cedar. .". .-
THeatrical ana Haswrale
EMPORIUM,
10 West Third street, St. PauL
-' ; Irerpectf ally invite the attention of ladle* and
gentlemen to my large. ' most ' complete and ele
gant stock of I new I Masquerade | Costumes, for
ball*, parties, theatrical perform anrea.' old foUu*
concerts,' tableau*. &c'" ;;
.'-'• Masks at wholesale. -^v ; ['-*■■':). '•-.'• \ '.
'I Coua' ry partie*, send for list and : prices. , ;
P. J .GIESJSN.
REAL ESTATE.
A.T j^UCTIOISr
FINE
Residence Property !
ON
St Anthony Hill & Dayton Aye.
We shall sell, on the Premises,
POSTPONED TO
Friday, August 22d,
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 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.
COCSIMN & NEWPORT, *
S. W. Cor. Jackson and Fifth streets
J. M. WARNER,
Auctioneer.
MONTANA.
We have just platted and now offor for sale
lots in the Minnesota Addition. This addition
lies adjoining the great machine shops of thu
Korthern Pacific Railroad Company, which are
the largest aud most extensive on the line of the
road, those at Brainerd alone exceptod. The lots
arc started at very low prices $25 to $75 a pieces
and will show a very handsome advance by fall,
Livingston is leas than two yeaia old, with a
population of over 3,000 people, is the brightes
town on the Northern Pacific Railrond, has many
brick and stono buildings, is growing very rapid
ly and bases her claims for making a large city on
the following grounds:
It istac gateway to the National Park.
It is tho terminal point of the National Park
R. R.
It U 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 severa; hundred.
It is in the center of a very rich agricultural
country.
It is the headquarters for an immense grazing
intercut.
It is surrounded by coal, iron, coppor, silver
and gold mines.
It is the supply depot for the mines of Cooke,
Bear Gulch, etc., etc.
It has a splendid water power.
It has plenty of pine and flr timber.
It has an abundance of pure water and a mild
climate.
It is the youngest town in Amerira with a
National Bunk aud a daily newspaper : it also has
two weekly newspapers and the best hotel in
Montana. It lias the only deposit of limestone
on the line of road from Duluth west. Some six
or seven lime kilDs are now in operation, also
plenty of brick and fine brick clay. Uot springs
exist (170 ° temperature) within twelve miles of
town, which excell those of Arkansaw. The Uuiou
Pacific R. R. will soon be built to the town.
This company, Union. Pacific R. R. have pur
chased a large amount of coal lftnds in the vicini
ty of Livingston, nre putting in a plant of
seventy -five coking furnaces. Lots for sale by
C, LIVINGSTON & CO.,
63 E. Third street, St. Paul.
M. G. EOBERTSON,
REAL ESTATE
AND
: FINANCIAL AGENT
(Successor to D. A. Robertson ' & Co.. the oldest
... - ' real estate agency in Minnesota.)
Ro. : 7 McQuillan Block;, cor. Third & mm%
V HEZ^KIAH HALL,
, '■', . (Established in 1873.) :", : .;., -- : r ,
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
Corner Third & Robert streets, (in Savings Bank,)
- ST. PAUL, MINN.
Buys, Sells, Collects, Pays Taxes, Negotiates
; , -; ; ; • ■ Loans, etc.
/ GRISWOLD & TEBPLE,
Real Estate & Loan Brokers,
KO. 68 EAST " THIRJ) STREET
St. Paul. ;•■'"- - Mirm.
a. w; john soNr~
REAL ESTATE AGEST,
MANNHEOIER BLOCK, - • BOOM 11,
St. 'Paul, ■ , ... Minn.
~~~~ r ~- CONFECTIONERY.
Business for Sale.
Inconsequence of the death of Mr. T. S.
McManus, the stock, fixtures 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, desirous <of engaging in a well
established wholesale manufacturing business,
| this is an opportunity which does not often occur.
i -; For further particulars call upon, or address
, . D. A. MONFORT,
• . •■ ' Special Administrator,
Second National Bank, St. Paul, Minn.
St. Paul Aug. 15, 1884. . . '! , ' 228tf
KA VASAGII'S AVCTIOXS.
■POSTPONED : SALE OF SIXTY . LOTS IN
X. - Eastville Heights, at anction. Owing to the
severe wind and rain storm of Saturday last, the
auction sale advertised in Eastville Heights had
to be adjourned until Saturday next, August 23,
when it will take place on the premises, at 3
o'clock p. , m. This : property is rituate ' within
five or six blocks of Posts' Siding where there are
already hundreds of men permanently employed.
The terms of sale are made very easy, viz : Buy
your lot and build you a home, and no money is
asked down. ; Payments can ; be made monthly
or annually. Sale positive, on the ground*, Sat
urday next, at 3 o'clock p. m.
P. T. KAVAKAGH,
232-36 - • Auctioneer. \
A DMINISTRATOR'B : SALE— eitate of
J\. ' the late James O'Farrell, .deceased, to be
sold at auction — will sell at auction on ' Satur
day, August 23, at 11 o'clock a. m., on the prem
ises on Fifth street, between Maple avenue.Hope
and Arcade streets, .a * large tract .? of ground
about 165x629 feet, together with Urge dwelling
of . twelve room* belonging to to the estate . of
the above named gentlr man. - This property is
finely situated, having a commanding situation
overlooking a large portion of the city and river.
Can be advantageously converted into ?. building j
cites that will command immediate sale at '. good i
I figures. "■ Terms cash. : " .
jAXza H. O'Fabsmx, P. T. KxvxsAvan,
• Administrator, • ', Auctioneer.
■"- ; ' ■"<:''"'■■ r ;' -;': 230-30
NOTICE IS HEHIBY'GrVEK, that the part-
JIS I nership lately ■. subsisting between Will!»m
F. J. Horst and Wesley D. Horst, i of St.' Paul,
county of Ramsey, state of Minnesota, under the
firm of Horst Bros., was dissolved by mutual con
sent on the ninth day of August last. All debts
owing to the raid partnership are to ; be received
by the said Wesley D. Horse and all demands on
the said partnership i are to be presented to him
; for payment."' ".'. - ' ■"-:■ -■'"- ' : •" "i -'-'■' ■'■"-'■ ■-'■ -v
! - > WILLIAM F. J. HORST,
WESLEY D. HOBST. J
St PtnJ,'AugMtaj;i6S*.""" > 834-36 >
FIVE CENTS A LINE
Vv- r,;, SITUATIONS WANTED. V, '' ; J
WANTED— situation as cook, first-clans in
V VV' both meat and pastry cooking.: ' References
furnished if required. Address R, 6, Globe
office. -'- '.' .- - . r 233-88
MAN AND WIFE, (colored,) wants situation
in private family. 420 Franklin strcot.
/■--'■'• ."■■'-.'•' .''.■■',■:■■',; 232-88' .^.V-.r,' -r.\ -h ■ '- '. ■
POSITION wanted in a wholesale honso by a
JL young man who can make himself generally.
usefuL Address C.B. J., Globe office. 228-34
HI2VATIONS OFFHHEn. .
■. . '- Female*. ■.' : ., r t';-.V>- ! .'.'- '
WANTED — A girl to-day, for general house
work. Apply at 347 Walnut street. ■ 'f.
.-. ■■■"■•''.,- -.-^ --;-: -234-3».-;,:.:-'--:.':»'-;: . '-••
WANTED — Two competent girls for genera
V.V '. housework, at No. 408 Hoffmann avenue.,
j-'^-' ;.'■ ; : •■•■;'-" 233-38 '<-.-'-'::;■'■';■ ■ '
WANTED — female cook. Ap
ply at 430 Laurel avenue. Mrs. R. W.
Johnson. ■ , /!, 22 .3-84
WANTED— Pantry girl, Grand Central hotel.
.-.-. : - • ;; ■ -230-30 -
WANTED— A good competent dining room
girl, 27 West Fifth street. ' -' , 230-230
' - : „.- Male' '"" ■' . ;■,. ' :'[ : :'A
WANTED— at Ryan & Miller's, end
of Bridge, Sixth ward. - - . 234-35
ANTED— barber at 638 ■ Farquier
street, near East St. Paul depot. Jus.
Giay. :., -, " : ,'-'■•/. ::..--■. 234-2*o ','
WANTED — Three or four good large boys
'.V V for the District Telegraph office, c:>rner
Fourth and Robert street. , . 232-34
WANTED— Plumbers. D. J. Harrington, 19
. Fifth street. .-;.-,. 888-84 '
,- .. FOR RENT. .••;..",.;..-".-
OR 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. - v ; " ,216*.
fIWMM
IGHT-ROOM . house, 313 Goodrich avenue
near West Seventh street. . . •-. 232-33
FOR RENT— house with 10 rooms, in the
- rear of Christ church, 349' Franklin street. :
..■'"■'' ' .'■ 230* '■' ■;;■•;•■;':;- ; ■-. -
FOR RENT— A house of five • rooms, water,
- cellar and wood shed, 376 North Fort street.
. ■■- -o ■ " -'218* ■ ■■■■-:- -. ■■■" :■■;■ : ■-
.
FOR RENT — • 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— houses on Cherry street, 8
rooms ; each, cellars, wells and /cisterns.
Rent, per month each. ' Also, 1 house on
Deßow street, 9 rooms, cellar, well and cistern. I
Apply at corner Seventh and Rosabel ■ streets. •
Andrew Schock. " - -. 202* :
FOH KENT— Houses : from $5 to 810. Jns.
Dillon, 235 Commercial street. . 208*
FOR RENT— House 513 Ashland j avenue, 8
rooms, alcove aud bath, cistern' and well
water.- Rent low. E. Ingham, 503 -Ashland
avenue. ■ -' ~\ ' - 202*
fTUVO new houses for rent. C. Casey, 098 East
X Fourth street. 200*
HOUSES FOR KENT— Between Twelfth and
J~L Thirteenth streets, on Robert, . UriL.
Lamprey. - . 181*
FOR RENT— A cottage house with 9 rooms,
in thorough repair, at $35 per month. Ap
ply to J. A. Sabin, Davidson block. 150*
I^OR RENT A cottage with four rooms,
Pantry and closets, good water and every
convenience. Apply to J. C. McCarthy, Sixth
ward. 270*
Rooms. * .
ROOMS FOR RENT, 224 Western avenue.
Inquire at 500 St. Petcrstreet. ~''- 234-30
FURNISHED rooms for rent — Two very Ele-
X) gantly furniuhed rooms sitting and bed
rooms, suitable for two or more young . men.
Inquire at 100 West Third street, first floor.
lbO* '
1 Oil SALIC.
FOR — Saloon and fixtures, first-class
. pool tabl3 included. Corner of Jackson
and Acker, near Manitoba' shops . ; • '.. 288-89
EOR SALE— Furniture of a seven room house,
" ■ completely furnished and in good repair.
Lease on house will be transferred. Address B.
27, this office. ' £83-35
EOR SALE— H. P. engine, in good order.
X' Address (I, 0, Globe office. | S3:.' 34
FOR SALE most desirable residence with
in 10 minutes' walk of Bridge square, a cor
ner lot, 50x150 feet deep, situated block from
the face of Prospect Terrace bluff; has a com
manding view of the country, a good house, cel
lar, and cistern water, . also aTbarnTl6x23 feet
with out. buildings, sidewalks, a I line . garden,
shade trees, lawn and Cowers . in . abundance, |
Come and see for yourself. Will sell cheap, part
cash untl balance on time, 403 Winslow avenue,
corner Delos street, West St. Paul. 232*
BOARDING HOUSE for sale cheap. Rent
. moderate. Good staud for a saloon. In
quire No. 50 West Tenth street, St. Paul, lliun.
223-37 , ■ -
"I7IOR SALE — five-glass Cunningham carriage
Jj or back, . cheap for cash. Inquire at 411
Henncpin avenue, Minneapolis. ' .. 210* . .
FOIl SALE or Ecchango— Standard piano.new;
Jj will sell at a bargain . for cash or trade. 0,
15, Globe office. 213*
FOR SALE, or will Trade for a horse, a good ;
Hallet & Davis piano. Call at once if yon
mean business. '-.-•, ; M.S.ALLEN,
20b* 142 East Third street.
FOR SALE— "One foil r-horsc engine and boiler
complete, In good order. Inquire at Franklin
Machine shop corner of Sixth and Cedar streets.
r.V.v./- iwr-_;".i*i : ;.
JOB OFFICE FOR HALE.
JOB PRINTING OFFICE FOR SALE— A well
fj equipped St. Paul job office, with a large and
thoroughly established business, is offered for
sale at a great bargain. Apply to or address H.
P. Hall, St.* Paul, Minn. ; 204* \
' .... FIXAXVIAL.
ACKEY'S LOAN OFFICE— Notes bought,
money loaned on furniture, pianos, horses,
i wagons and personal property at low rates, with
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.
LOSTAXDFOVSD..
THE PARTY who found a shawl and gossa
mer cloak in a buggy on Wabashaw street,
on the Kith instant, will confer a favor on the
owner, by leaving them in Midland's grocery,
corner Seventh and Wabashaw streets.-. *232*
EWARD — A liberal reward will be paid for
XV the recovery of the body of Willie, one of
the sons of T. Wilson of the European ; House,
who was drowned on August 2d last. 230*
MISCELLANEOUS HEAL ESTATE.
$1,500, will buy one of the best farms in Grant
• ■ county, with bouse of d rooms, house j alone
cost $1,200, only one mile from . the county sea:,
10 acres of the handsomest grove of I trees in the
state, this property matt be sold in -the next 10
days. Faswku. & Co., Third and Jackson.
FOR SALE — following desirable lots : lots
JP ':■ "■'; 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,' (end of : bridge) ; 12 lots
in Irvine's addition to West St. Paul; also a well
established paying business. Apply to George
W. Tnrnbnll, 343 Exchange street, city. 5 223*
T7IOB SALE OR EXCHANGE— A choice larm,
X" l uliy improved and located one - mile : from a
good town, and will sell cheap. ■■ Farwell A Co.,
Third and Jackson streets.
MISCELLANEOUS. "
TTTANTED— Fifty good reliable canvassers;
WANTED — Fifty good reliable canvassers,
good pay and good future, must have good
address and be energetic. Apply at once to J.
M. Hussey, 330 Jackson street. ' * ;; 234-35
ARTNEB WANTED with , $500 ' in ' casd, to
JL take half interest in saloon, , 337 Wabashaw
street, on account of ill. health of present pro
prietor. : \- : :r..V.\ "-■•,.' , ":':''- *:/.'. 239-36 ""
A LADY wishes board and room where lessons
'and the use of piano will ; be taken as pan
payment. - Address M. A. C, Globe office. ' -
--. ;: ;•■ ;-;-;-;■: 232-34 -j .-;/■•'.. :-■-,. ■.:':?'.
WANTED — A physician, with a small capital.
7 V Can make money from the start. :f Address
C. W.. Weaver, Bathdrnm, Idaho. ~" 230-236
:; WABSJSB'S AUCTION. '
ART SALE — Fine ; Engravings \ and Genuine
* Oil Paintings, to be sold without reserve, at
I No. 70 East Third street, every afternoon : and
evening this week. " ; "■ ?■ tT:/.:.'■'."•'.
- - J. M. WARNER, ; '
;.'•.■■■,■-.' ■■-:■..■.' ■- -■'•■■'■:■ . 'Auctioneer. ;
w.-E. B. pATZsjt, Sulfiman. '.->- ':■ 2&t-34 >
- - : -. -7 -- - ■: - - :'
;■' ';"' : ' :? : -: ' •'.' .' ',"•"• ! CLOTHIERa. ':■■ . '„ " -■'..-- !
MUM
One-Price Clothiers,
91 East Third Street,
Headquarters in St. Paul for Summer Clothing
Men's, Youth's, Boys' and Childrens'
'';/" Light Weight
In endless varieties, and at lowest prices. If
you want to keep cool, visit
BATTLER BROS.,
91 East Third street.
'' ; '.'.' ' ''■"■, - MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. '
WEBER PIANOS.
Acknowledged by Artists the Best in the World.
~ I know of none superior to tlie Weber and none that can compete with them
. f °r durability. — I eresa Carreno. ■
Toe tone of the Weber Piano is so sweet » rich and sympathetic, jet so full,
v at i hiiali always rank you as the greatest manufacturer of the daj.— Emma
ihursby.
c Weber Pianos excel all others in volume of tone and in power of expression.—
is Lie 1)1112 •;.
There are no Pianos in the world that sustain the yoke like the Weber.—Em
ma Abbott.
E. O. MTJISraE]R, A_£rent, St. Paul
SEND FOR CATALOGUES.
TAILORING.;
FINE T^ILORHsTG-.
V FERGUS FAHEY,
MERCHANT TAILOR,
58 East Third Street.
t^~The latest styles of Imported Goods always on hand. Perfect fits guaranteed.
: -.HI • BOOTS AND SHOES
E. 11. SCOLIER,
Boots 2il Shoes,
Sew Styles Daily Received.
331 WaMsiiaw 11,
■__. _■ WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS]
NOTES, BROS, & CUTLEJK,
IMPORTERS AND f fIOLESALE BBS
€8 and 70 Sibley street, corner Fifth, tit. Foul, Minn.
__-y.i .■ ' . ,'.-"'_:' STANDARD SCALES. »
~~ FAIEBANES' STAJJDAED SCALES! "
Eclipse Wind Mills Tanks and Pumps,
Smith- Vaile Steam Pumps and Boilers,
\' Hancock Inspirators, Lubricators, et
FIiKEMS, MORSE & CO., ■ ,371 & 373 Sibiey street
' '•■ BOOT AND SHOJ D« AUtEB.
©CTILIEK & CO..
INO. 89 EAST THIRD STEEET,
uiiU&te
|St. Paul Agency for BURT'S, GBAY'S,
I KEXNOLD'S, and Many Others.
I t3&" Mail orders promptly filled.
AND TELEGRAPHIC INSTITUTE
Fee long stare cttatliEbtdits clein.t to public favor and bat now entcied upon its 15th year and*
the most fsvorable auspices, fcti.u for catr^gue, giving full particulars. Northwest cor. Scvcutb
and Jackson streets.
- . W. A- FADDIS, Principal.
.' 'r ■.".,'., DRUGS.
IN NEW QUARTERS.
P, J. DREIS,
General Druggist
i It settled in his elegant New Store
Cow Mi U Saint Peter i ! reet '
Where can be found the finest and best of Drugs,
Perfumery, Toilet Articles, Patent ! Medicines,
etc. ' Also, all kinds of Garden and Flower Seeds
in their season.
PBEBCBIPTIONB ASPECI A
GAS FIXTURES.
GAS FIXTURES.
KENNEY & HUDNER
181 and IIS West Tkird Street 5
Opposite Metropolitan HoteL
BKISBIN & FARWELL,
LAW OFFICE.
■ : :L~'™ ":- ROOM 6,
Cenitr dWatashaw and Fourth streets.
r . v ., ' Over Express Office.
-v LAWTOIT BROS.
FOR bargains in West side real | estate call at
c: 175 Dakota ? avenue. :.: v The j most complete •
list la U»t city. L*wumiJi&*», 2SO-86
BUSINESS COLLEGE.
DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS.
io.j J^B-as'i II £ 9
ISCORPORATED.
; -The Leading T. PAULMannfactorfof
SASH, DOORS, BUNDS, fa
Have in Stock
100,000 feet of DRY .WHITE OAK FLOORIIG.
ALSO,
fellow Pine Flooring and Hardwood Lumber,
EAGLE STREET AND SEVEN CORNERS
• MUSICAL.
LAURA W. HALL,
MUSIC BOOMS 102 WESTERN AVENUK,
Head of Ashland Avenue, St. Anthony Hill,
ST. PAUL,
; TEACHER OF
; PIMO, ORGAN MD HARMONY
j THOROUGH INSTRUCTION GUARANTEED.
. "References: Miss Makik Geist, - Principal of
j Muhical Conservatory, No. 127 West Third street,
St. Paul ; -• also on personal application, reference
to' the numerous j families whose daughters she
has taught and is now teacu.ng will be given.
Also, Agent for "Brainards Musical World,'
' the oldest ■ and ', best ; musical ■' journal '■■ published,
2 Subscription $1.50 pec aunaiß.:

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