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Two mod dogs wcro let loose on the street*
Associate Judge Hall presided at the police
Geo. E. Wallick, fancy groceries, assigned to
Wm. G. Strickland yesterday.
. Complaint is made of the insufficient illumina
tion of the platforms of the union depot at night.
T. J, Gray is the new president of the St.
Cloud Normal school, vice Jerome' Allen re
Thomas Grace filed bonds of administration of
the estate of his brother, John Grace, in the
probate court yesterday.
There was great inquiry for the report of the
state capitol investigating committee yesterday.
Its silence seems to be ominous.
Shall we have to wait for a legislative joint in- ,
vestigating committee to get at the true inward
ness of that "natural settling?" •;•*;.:. -X'
Wm. Friend was arrested on a warrant yester
day charging him with fast driving on Dayton
bluff. The hearing will take place to-day. .-..
West's hotel in Minneapolis (Bufflngton aachi-,
teet) is said to have gone on a "bulge" before
the state capitol bowed out in the abdomen as it
Fire proofing in small particles fell from the
ceiling of the state library yesterday, and Buf
flngtonwasnot there to administer language,
anodynes to the lawyers.
The alarm of fire from box 85 at 8:20 clock
yesterday morning was caused by the burning
out of a chimney at No. 110 Sumner street.
There was no damage to speak of.
Mr. George Walters and Miss Fannie Seng
were married last night at the lady's home, near
the Seven Corners. The joint sereuaders turned
out in full force and gave them an ovation,
Prof. T. H. Kirk lectured before the Ramsey
Bounty teachers' institute in session at White
Bear last evening, and Prof. J. H Downey will
deliver the lecture this evening on the subject or
A permit was issued to Lauer Bros., contract
ors, yesterday for the excavation of the lot, cor
ncr of Fourth and Cedar, to be occupied by the
new club house, and the ground was broken yes
During yesterday men with teams, engaged on
street work on the West Side, made a demand
for an advance of wages to $4.50 a day, the in
crease asked being fifty cents. The demand not
being acceded to, they quit work.
The annual meeting of the Woman's Christian
Temperance union will be at the parlor of the
Y. M. C. A. at 4 o'clock this afternoon. As the
election of officers will take place, every member
is earnestly requested to be present.
The Minnesota, St. Croix & Wisconsin Rail
road company has notified the city attorney that
It does not deem it expedient to become a party
to the action with reference to bridging Third
street. This leaves but three parties interested
in the litigation.
A lad named Fred Schroedcr. employed as a
district messenger boy, was arrested yesterday
for kicking a match peddlar named Skie Levl.
A witness to the affair states that Skic and
another boy pursued Schroeder and that he
whipped them in self defense.
Active work has been commenced on the new
railroad to enter St. Paul on the west bank of the
river, and each day a long line of supply wagons
may be seen wending their way across the bridge
■while supply stations and shanties are springing
up all along the line of the route.
Considerable of a racket was made on East
.Seventh near Olive street yesterday morning by
the unties of a mad dog which turned itself loose
on that thoroughfare. The cry of "mad dog" was
started, and in five minutes the canine was
pursued by a policeman and a large multldude of
small boys, men, women and children. The ani
mal sought refuge in a hallway where it was shot
Albert M. Lawton, ct al., creditors, petitioned
the district court yesterday to udludgc Robert
Hopkins, a dealer in hardware, stoves, etc., on
Dakota avenue, Insolvent. Hopkins had bor
rowed money of the petitioners and afterwards
had delivered up his stock of goods 10 Strong,
Hackett <& Co., as preferred creditors in the sum
os $L',r)OO, who had removed the same and were
threatening to sell it.
About six o'clock yesterday evening, while
driving down Went Seventh street, Dr. Snyder's
rig was run into by a horse and buggy driven by
a drunken man, who was so beastly Intoxicated
that he could not manage his horse. The doc
tor wan thrown out and had a very narrow escape
from serious Injury, while hi* l buggy was badly
damaged. it is understood that the man was put
under arrest, and afterwards released. Persons
of this kind should be summarily dealt with.
On exhibition at Lasher's sample room on
Watiashaw street is a handsome and symbolic
gold medal to be awarded to the most popular
member of the ba»e ball club at the close of the
season. The medal is a magnificent alTair the
ground work of the dial being of gold and sur
rounded with a wreath of filigree work. In the
center of the dial is a miniature base bull of
silver. The design was gotten up by Mr. Henry
Smith and it is very unique and beautiful. it Is
understood that chances will be sold at a mod
The executive committee of the State Teach
er's association held a meeting at the state
superintendent's office yesterday. After a gen
eral discussion by the committee and state
Hupertutondsnt, a programme was selected in
cluding topics which will Insure the interest of
every toucher In the state. The committee think
the outlook most promising for a grand educa
tional rally during the Christmas holidays. The
meeting is to be held In St. Paul. T. J. Gray,
the newly elected president of the St. Cloud nor
mal school, is president of the association.
The Only Thing.
The Nashua, New Hampshire, Tdtgraf/t,
nays: Ex-Alderman John Cross, found that in
hit) very painful rheumatic difficulty, the only
remedy which did him any good, was St. Ja
cobs Oil, the magical paln-rellcver.
DA. L. Irwln, Wadcna, is at the Merchants'.
O. F. Ilolbrook, Kasota, is nt the Merchants.
L. W. Cullin, St. Cloud, is at the Merchants.
11. F. Buck, Jr., of Wailena, is at the Wiud
("has. L. Koos, New Ulm. is at the Metropol
L. H. McKn»lck, of Pino City, is at the Mer
Simon Hartman, of Milwaukee, is at the Clar
T. Carroll, of Liverpool, Eng., is registered at
Mrs. Theophll* Paplu and family, of St. Loots,
tro at the Metropolitan.
I. lent. T. G. Traxel, U. S. army, and family,
are at the Merchant*.
Mis* Bom Jaslln, of Greencastlc, liul., is visit
ing Mends in the city.
1. 11. Bishop, of St. James, is among the
guests at the Clarendon.
J. A. McKoii.-io and T. McKenley, of Duluth,
wore in the city yesterday.
Win. and Mrs. Gauntry, of Stillwater, were at
the Merchant* yesterday.
Mm. L. West, of New York, is visiting rela
tives and friends iii the city.
Mr. and Mrs. ,1. F. Watson, of Portland. Ore
gon, were at the Merchants yesterday.
It. K. Pike and James 11. Jones, New York,
were at the Metropolitan yesterday.
11. 11. Gregg and 11. H. Gregg, Jr., of New
Lisbon, were at the Windsor yesterday.
llev. M. I). Fletcher, of England, arrived in
the city yesterday, mid is at the Merchant*.
V, D. Matt and family and tiro. M. Moulton
we wife, Chicago, are at the Metropolitan.
Mr. David P. Ruse leaves the city to-day for a
visit to Keokuk, la., his old home where ho will
ipend a short vacation.
Mr. KarlSkadcn, of the business department
of the Chicago Time*, arrived In the city yester
day on business connected with that paper.
Robert 1). Miller. Esq., of Pennsylvania, and a
•on of the late cx-Gov, Stephen Miller, of Min
nesota, called on friends at the state capitol yes
Hon. A. M. Ilnhm and family, of Indianapo
ll*, who hare been the guests of Col. Wet.-, of
the Clarendon, for the past ten days, returned to
their home yesterday.
P. Brockman, of the firm of Brockman A Co..
commission merchants, St. Louis, was looking
over the city yesterday. He was introduced on
'chance by H. P. Grant.
Hon. J. W. McDitl, ex T. S. senator, and
chairman of the board of railway commissioners,
3f tn<« state of lowa, called on state Rail rod Com
missioner Jt*. 11. Baker, at the capital ye *ter
lay. He will go to Pine City where his wife Is
dotting her sister, and then to l>uluth, and re
turn to St. Paul Saturday.
Dakota Murderers Arrested
Sheriff Larson of Devils Lake. Dak., passer"
through the city yesterday on his way west, hav
ing In custody the man and woman who mar
dtt«d a man named HackeU in North Dakota, a
few weeks ago. Hacket and the man and
woman were travelling over th* praine country,
moving to some new point In the northern part
of the territory. Tho ootUt of the party all be
lodged to Market, who also, as U believed had
considerable oouVy with htm. Be wae found
murdered at one of ihelr camping places and his
companions had disappeared with the whole out
fit. Rewards wore offered for their arrest, and
last week word was received from lowa that a
pair answering the description of the freighters
had been seen" in that state and would be kept
eight of until an officer could come and arrest
them. Sheriff Larson went west with his pris
oners yesterday forenoon. He thinks there can
be no doubt of their guilt.
THE FIRE YESTERDAY MORNING.
Chemical No. 1 Saves Martin & Co.'s
Lumber Yard and Other
The alarm sent in from box 85 at 3:10 yester
day morning was caused by the taking fire from
unknown cause of the two-story frame dwelling
of the Jlartin Lumber Co., 771 Rice street, occu
pied by Ed tsnodergrast, which was burned to the
ground, at a los* of $800 on the building, on
which there was sonae insurance, and $500 on the
eonteuts, which were insured for $700. This
building was the first (after crossing the Mani
toba track) of a row of six dwellings owned by
the lumber company, and adjacent to their large
lumber yard, stables and planing mill. When
the department arrived the building in which the
fire originated was burned to the ground, and the
adjacent dwelling was so thoroughly in flames as
to be doomed. This second dwelling had
for Its occupant Fred Heller, who
removed all of his furniture therefrom, but who
loses S2OO on the building, for which he was pay
ing the Lumber company in monthly install
ments, it being insured in the company's name.
The third buildins in the row was vacant, at
which point the fire was stopped with a damage
of about $20, the point being slightly scorched
on the others in the row. The only engine avail
able for use, on account of lack of water supply
at this point, was Chemical No. 1, which was
charged four times and which saved the balance
of the row of dwellings and the lumber yard
also, as a high wind was blowing from the fire
towards the same. If ever the importance and
value of a uhoniical engine to a city fire depart
ment was shown, it was forcibly done
on this occasion, as no water
could not have beeu altered without laying 3,000
feet cf hose to a small creek running from the
flat beds, which ought to be utilized by the
buildins: of adani, at a very trifling expense,
which would be of immense value in the case of
fire in the Manitoba shops, as well as in the
thickly built two story nests of dwellings in that
vicinity, which are now totally unprotected by
water cupply in that regard.
An alarm was also sent in from box 85 at 8:30
yesterday morning, the case being a lire in a
cheap chimney in the dwelling 110 Somers
street, owned and occupied by C. Cominski,
which did no farther damage than giving the
occupants and neighborhood a big scare.
Tall Oaks from Little Acorns Grow,
and PaulTlioiijjht Small Steal
ings Would Grow to a
The reception room at the city hall yesterday
afternoon presented the appearance of a hand
me-down Cheap Johu btore in the Bowery. Scat
tered at random wore new socks, snspenders,
neckties, scarrs, blankets, window shades, cur
tains, cotton goods, quilts, cheviots, thread and
an endless variety of cheap kincle) knacks. The
goods were brought from the residence of Paul
Kohn, No. 313 Goodhue street, in an express
wagon, by Detective John O'Connor. Kohn has
been shipping clerk in the wholesale establish
ment of Lindeke, Warner &Schurmeier, and the
goods were stolen by him within the past six
His scheme wan to cabbage something during
the day, secret it, and when night come he would
take the article home. In this manner he suc
ceeded in getting together quite a stock, and if
his operations had not been nipped he would
have soon accumulated enough goods to equip a
store. The singular part of his transactions is
that so far as learned he did not carry away arti
cles of much value, the goods taken being of the
cheaper grade of notions, while silks and other
articles of equal access were let severely alone.
So far as ascertained the value of the goods
stolen will not exceed much over $100, and Mr.
Theo. Schurinier, one of the firm, stated to a re
porter that he did not believe the value was
much over $50.
When arrested and locked up, Kohn confessed
to having taken the goods which were found in
hi* house, but he could give no reason for having
played the role of s petty thief. lie has been in
the employ of the firm about two years, is a man
of family, and about forty year* of age. His af
fairs are being still further examined, and addi
tional developments may be expected.
I wax troubled with Chronic Catarrh and
gathering in my head, was very deaf at times,
had discharges from my cars, and was unable
to breathe through ray nose. Before the second
bottle of Ely's Cream Malm was exhausted I was
cured, and to-day enjoy sound health. — C. J.
ConBIK, 9SB Chestnut street, Field Manager,
Philadelphia Pub. House, Pa. (See adv't.)
MINNEAPOLIS™, ST. PAUL,
A special communication of Ancient Landmark
Lodge No. 5, A.-. K.\ & A.-. M.-. will be held at
Masonic Hall, to-day, at 1 :30 p. m., for the pur
pose of attending the funeral of our late Brother
Jacob 11. Stewart.
Visiting brethren are invited to attend.
By order of the \V.\ M.\
William Daxfieii, Secretary.
MINNEAPOLIS vs. ST. PAUL, .
A special meeting will be held by North Star
Grove No 4, U. A. (>. D. at Unity Central hall,
corner of Seventh and St. Peter streets, to-day at
2 p. m. xharp, for the purpose of attending the
funeral of our lato Brother J. H.Stewart. All
members of the order are cordially invited to
By order of the N. A.
A. W. Martenskn, Scc'y.
lime Thill !
MINNEAPOLIS vs. ST. PAUL,
>'AEGELE— STIVERS— On Sunday, Aug. 17th,
18S4. at Calvary Episcopal church, Stonin^'ton,
Conn., by the Rot. Steven* Parker, S. T. D-,
CbM. F. Nueselu of New York city, to Lisette
1.. Silver*, daughter of Capt. and Mrs. K. A.
Stivers, U. S. A.
PETEHSUX—In this city, August 20, 1884, O. P.
Peterson, member of Excelsior Lodge No. CO,
1. 0. 0. V.
Funeral aervices will be held at the Odd Fel
lows' hall at «p. m. Friday, the 29th inst. All
member!) of Kxceletor Lodge No. CO I. O. O. F.
are requested to attend, and member* of all
sUter loii^en ant invited to attend.
t;i..\JH— S. Joseph's hospital. August 27,
John Baptist Uluda, late of little Canada,
aged 0' ears.
Funeral from St. Loait Church at 9 o'clock
this (Thursday) morning. Friends invited to
attend. • '
STEWART — Jacob 11. Stewart, M. D., born Jan.
15, IS-.'9, died August 25, 1884. -
Funeral service* will be held at the House of
Hope church, to-day, at 3 p. m. The remains
«ill be interred in Oakland cemetery.
All friends are earnestly requested to attend.
KENT— In this city, August 26, 1884, at 226
Duncdin Terrace, Henry Arthur, infant child
of Samuel U. and Sarah J. Kent.
i I i 1 i ■ I i 1 1 i I
H EstablijhoUin 1 872 for the cai
Cancer, 1 umur». I'Uer
■scrofula, and Skin Disease
WBWWHWfWWtuifo or loss o( bltxjd and litti
n\i*i. For iafona&tiou. circulars and reference
■..!...-?«« i>r. I*. 1> I'OXU, Aurora, Kau« Co., it
thrive* on Horiick's Food." write hnadrais of
rr»»ful mother*. Mother** milk contaiu* no
•tarcb. HORUCKS* FOOD FOR INFANTS
from »t»rch) require* bo ooofcx*. The be*t food In
health or cickaaH for INFANTS. The best diet for
DYSPEPTICS and INTALID& B:«rhly beneficial
to name* mothers at* drink. Prl.-ciouidnc. All
dravriMa. trmtxxMntof children.fre*.
•• fc*llm it I* tw imthr I* •■ • tklsc at tk«
kla4 *et e»J*r»m.-— ». .*««■. «./>.. \« IV*.
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"O«rf kaM nMiitn «*r «ott«r » milk.*
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Will b« t«nt by mail 00 ncaipt of rrlc* la ttampa,
lIOUUCK'N FOOD OK. Kartcc. Wia.
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THE ST. PAUL DAUT GWM. f HtTSSDAY SKEWING, AUGUST 28, 1884.
This powder never varies. A marvel of pnrity
strength and wholesomeness. More economical
than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be Bold in
competition with the multitudes of low test, short
weight, alum or phosphate powders. Sold only
in cane. Royal. Baking Powder Co.. ISO Wall
Street, New Yort.
COn.T HOUSE BIDS.
County Auditor's Office, 1
'Ram set County, Minn., >•
' . St. Paul, August 22d, 1884. ) .
Notice is . hereby ■, given and advertisement
pereby made, for proposals, or bids for all that
hart of the work and of the material for the
Building and Construction
Located on Court House Square, (the same being
block twenty (30) of Saint Paul Proper,) in the
city of Saint Paul, Ramsey county, Minnesota,
hereinafter stated, that is to say : all the work
and all the materials for the excavation, masonry
and iron work, in the building, erection and con
struction of said City Hall and Court House,
Up To and Including the Wa
According to the plans and specifications on file
in the office of K. P, Bass-ford, Architect, at
Room 28, in Gilfillan I lock, at the corner of
Fourth and Jackson streets, in said city of Saint
Paul, and all of said work to be
FULLY.COMPLETED ASD FMSUED
On, or before the
Ist clay of September A.D. 1885.
Such proposals or bids will bo received at the
Office of the County Auditor, for. said Ramsey
county, in said city of Saint Paul, until
4 O'Olock, P.M.,
Sfißte* 22, 1 8. 1884.
All bids to be addressed to the Chairman of the
Court House and City Hall Special Commission
The right is hereby reserved to reject all bids
of incompetent or irresponsible persons, and all
such bids as may be unreasonable.
No bid will be received or considered unless
accompanied by the bond of the bidder, or bid
ders with satisfactory sureties in the penal sum
often ■ thousand ($10,000) dollar.-, conditioned,
that if the bid shall be accepted and the contract
awarded to the bidder or bidders, he, or they,
will enter into and execute Rich contract; or by
a deposit with the commissioners of a check for
the sum of five thousand ($5,000) dollars on some
bank in the city of Saint Paul, duly certilled as
security in lieu of such bond. . . •'
X>> bid will be accepted unless the bidder or
bidden will enter into such bond, and give such
security, for the performance of his or their con
tract, as may be required by the Commissioners,
and approved by a three-fourths vote of the
County Commissioners and Common Council of
the city of Saint Paul, of the member* elect in
joint session. ''•■ "•.■■■■ V. ."
By order of the Court House and City Hull
J. J. MoCAKDT,
235td County Auditor.
HepjJl & TBIRSTON,
HE .TIM & YESTILATMG I SPECIALTY
Jobbing Promptly Attended To.
Agents fort&eßucKeye Stores & Ranges
The Best in the World.
1 16 West Third St. . op. Metropolitan Hotel,
ST. PAUL, MINX. 180
THeatrical aid law*
10 West Third street, St. Paul.
Inspect fully 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, tableau!, &c.
Musks at wholesale.
Country parties, send for llstand prices.
P. J- .GIESEN.
SALEiOE; STATE IAJS~~
State or Minnesota Land Office, I •
■ St. Pail. August 24. 1834. 1
Notice Is hereby riven thai the auditors of the
counties of Anok.i. Becker. Blue Earth. Brown. Car-
Mr. ChUtfTO, Crow Winy. Dakota. Dodge, F'llmorc,
Freeborn. Goodliue. Htanepln, Houston. Is.inti. Lo
Sucur, McLeod. Mower? Niooi>!. Olmsted, Rice,
Scott. Shertmrne. Slbley, ■ Steele. Wabasha, Waseca,
: Washington, Wiaona and Wright, will offer at public
■ale the school, agricultural college, university and
: internal improvement lands appraised and unsold, or
| that may have been sold and become forfeited by
| reason of failure to pay interest for two or irore
years, In their respective counties, on Friday, Octo-
I ber 31, ISSJ, at 10 o'clock a. in.
sale* In the. counties named below will be held by
tt.e Commissioner if the State Land Office, a* follows:
Counties. Places of Sale. Date of Sale.
Yellow Medicine, Granite Falls, Tuesday, Oct. 7. ISS4
Chlppewa. ....... Montevideo.. Tuesday. Oct. ;. 1384
Big Stone .•..Ortonville..:.'Vredn'dy, Oct.S, 1554
Traverse Brown's VaTy. Thursday; " 9, 4954
War on wan St. James.' Monday," " 13, ISS4
Cotton w00d..... WMM Tuesday, " 14, 1554
Murray Currie WednMy. " 15. ISS4
I Pip*stonc Plpestone City. Thursday," 16. ISS4
Nobles W.irthSnpon. ..Friday. .** IT, ISS4
1 Rock Lux erne Saturday, ".IS, IS&4
\ .Jackson Jackson ......Tuesday, " 21. 1334.
•■ Martin ■. Fatnnon: Wedr/dy, " 22, 1534
Bcnton. Saak Rapids . . . Friday. "54, ISS4
Morrison ...Little Fa 115.... Saturday. 53, 1884
Renvllle ."..Beaver Fall*. -..Tuesday; "S3, 1884
Redwood Kcdwood Fan*, "Wedn'dy, "59, ISS4
Lists of the lands to be offered in each county will
j be forwarded to the county auditor at least tea days
prior to the date of sale. . .
TUXS or SAIX. '..
Fifteen per cent, of the purchase money and inter
est at the rate of 7 per cent per annum on the bal
ance, from the day of sale to the* Ist day of June.
1 - 3, will be required on the day of sale. On Umber
lands an amount equal to the ralue of the timber will
be required In addition to the 15 per cent. Interest
on the unpaid purchase money at the rate of 7 per
cent, per annum In advance becomes due on the Ist
day of June, or witf.in six days thereafter in each
Vpon a failure to pay iaterot ween doe, the lands
j wvert to the State without further notice or proees*.
i and win again be offered at public sale unless double
! the amount of Interest due Is previously paid. So
land* can bo sold at lea* than the appraisal,' which
cannot 1* less than IS per acre. v
, . W. W. BRADEX.
a=i;-th-8«r ConnnUaiooer of tae But<Laad Offle«;
Dissolution of Copartnership Notice.
Tin- copartnership heretofore existing undo
i in- linn nuine of Hurnhani & Jones is tills day
dissolved und terminated by mutual consent.
All persona having claims or demands agalnßt
said linn are requested to present them to Mr.
W. O. Jones for payment, and any and all per
sons Indebted to said firm arc respectfully re-
" quested to call upon and make immediate pay
ment to Mr. Jones who will adjust and settle the
business of the late firm of iiurnham & Jones.
W. G. JONU9
St. Paul, Minn., August 13, 1884.
The undersigned have this day formed a co
partnership under the firm name and style of
the St. Paul Cement Pipe Works, and have suc
ceeded to and will continue the business of the
late firm of Burnham & Jones, at the old stand
on Nnsh street, between Mississippi and Deßow
street's, St. Paul, Minn., where they will con
stantly keep in stock a full and complete assort
ment and supply of cement well, sewer and drain
pipes. William G. Jones.
WILLARD G. JONBS.
St. Paul, Minn., August 13, 1884.
(Aug. 13— 4 w — Thursday.)
Office of the Board of Education, )
St. Paul, Minn., August 20, 1884, J
Willbe received by the Board of Education until
Sept. Ist, at 6 o'clock p. m., for the construc
tion of a
For the High School Building, accordins^to plan
and s-pecittcations in the office of MillardPtlrici &
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 such sureties and in such amount as it may
All bids must be accompanied by a copy of
this advertisement aud must be addressed to R.
SchiSmann, President of the Board of Education
of the city of St. Paul, Minnesota.
240-45 Secretary Board of Education.
DIAMdfiTjT LINE OF STEMffiRS.
For Winona, La Crosse, Dubuque, Rock Island,
Burlington, Keokuk, Quincy, and
All Intermediate Points to
Steamers of this Line, and this Line only, run
Through from St. Paul Dock. This is not a
part rail line, with midnight transfer
from car to boat.
JOHN KILLEEN, Master. ,V.v,; • ■
LAKEY CUBBERLY, Clerk.
Saturday, August 3Gili, ai 10 A, M.
Most enjayable route South, Bast 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 Office, 10 Washington avenue South.
ST. LOUIS AND ST, PAUL PACKEf CO.
For St. Louis & Way Landings,
STEAMER ' "'- ~
D. It. ASBLT.Y, X. G. Rhodes,
' Master, . , . ..Clerk
THURSDAY, AUG. r 2B,
At 4 P. M.
For information and rate?, apply to -. . •, , v *
A.DELANY, Agent; ii':
334 Jackson street, or Levee, foot of Jackson.
AuoCdT 25, 1884.
Scaled bids will be received by the Board of
Control, at the office of J. J. O'Lcary, No. 60
West Tenth street, up to September 4, 1884, at
12 o'clock, noon, for the construction of an
ADDITION TO THE BARN
Ramsey County Poor Farm,
According to plans and specifications now on file
at the office of J. J. O'Lcary, No. 60 West Tenth
The Board reserves the right to reject any, or
dl bids. '■ ■ ■
I. P. WRIGHT, ;.
239-47 Chairman Board Control.
COAL AND WOOD.
US & FOSTER
Offer the best grades 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.
Assignee's Sale. ... J-^.
The undersigned assignee of M. A. Schultz &
Co., will, until noon of Saturday, August 30, re
ceive proposals for the purchase of the whole or
any part of the stock, which consists of canned
meats, fruits, pickles and fancy groceries. The
- goods can be inspected and bids Sled at the store.
No. 132 East Third street, St. Paul. The right
is reserved by the assignee to reject any or all
THE ST. PAUL TRUST COMPANY.
239-245 ' ; Assignee..
KAVAJTAGIT'S AVCTIOXS. -
A ADMINISTRATORS SALE BY AUCTION
XV. of a Valuable Strip of Ground on the corner
of Rondo and R&toux streets— will sell on the
premises on Saturday, August 30, at 3 p. m.*, six
lots each, 35x100 feet on Rondo and Raroux
streets: the improvements on the premises are
two small houses that will rent for $15 per month.
To improve the grounds with cheap tenement
; houses will pay handsomely, itbemeonlya short
distance from the main business portion of the
city. one-third cash, balance in one and
tw» years, at 8 per cent, interest. :.
% P. T. KAVASAGH. -
• Auction Mr *
C. P. BA2T,>4at&ifttr*tor. . SS94S
We are now building and offer for sole TWO
SNUG WELL-AKRANGED DWELLINGS In
Block 11 Holcomb's addition, fronting on Hcnne
pin and Yale streets, west of Dale, two blocks
from the street cars ; they will be completed by
September Ist, and offer them on terms that put
them within reach of people of moderate means
who want homes.
We have a nice large house and barn on Mar
shall avenue, "cheap."
We will build you a house FROM YOUR OWN
PLAN, near the New Summit Park, within ten
minutes walk of business.
We have lots for sale in Lockwood's addition
for $250, on $5 cash, and monthly payments for
Lots on Summit avenue that are $400 cheaper
than anything within three blocks of them.
Money to Loan !
We have always on hand, money in largo or
small amounts at current rates.
COCHRIN & NEWPORT,
S. W. Cor. Jackson and Fifth streets.
We have . jnst 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 Braincrd alone excepted. The lots j
are started at very low prices $25 to $75 a pieces
and will show a very . handsome advance by fall,
Livingston is less than two years old, . with a
population of over 3,000 people, is the brightes
town on the Northern .Pacific Railroad, has 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
R. R. . , ..-...?..
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 is surrounded by coal, iron, copper, silver
and gold mines.
It is the supply depot for the mines of Cooke,
Bear Gulch, etc., etc. '. '
It has a splendid water power.
It has plenty of pine and fir timber. •
It has an abundance of pure water and a mild
climate. v :r«- A
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 8 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 in 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.
M. G. ROBERTSON,
AND • -:'.:--.
(Successor to D. A. Robertson I & Co., the oldest
real estate agency in Minnesota.)
No. 7 McQuillan Block, cor. & WaDasliaw.
(Established in 1872,)
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
Corner Third & Robert streets, (in Savings Bank,)
ST. PAUL, MINN.
Buys, Sells, Collects, Pays Taxes, Negotiates
■ .. Loans, etc.
GRISWOLD & TEEPLE,
Real Estate & Loan Brokers,
NO. 63 BAST THIIU) STREET.
St. Paul. - - Minn
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
MANNHEIMER BLOCK. - - ROOM 11,-
St. Paul. - - - Minn.
Business for Sale.
In consequence 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,
: -.V - Special Administrator,
. Second National Bank, St. Paul, Minn.
St. Paul Aug. 15, 1884. 228tf
Fall Examination & Institute
WILL BE HELD AT ,j'
WHITE BEAR LAKE,
RAMSEY COUNTY, MINN.
•.! On Tuesday. August 26, at the Village School
house, the fall examination of teachers will begin.
On Wednesday, August 27, at the same place,
the sessions of a State . Teachers 1 Institute com
mence, and continue until Friday evening. Prof.
3. T. McCleary and Miss L. i. Spragoe will be
The object of the Institute is to give "the best
instruction ip the grading and discipline of the
school, and in methods of teaching the branches
of the common school coarse." 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. On Thursday evening, at the Presby
terian Church, Hon. D. L. Kiehle, State Superin
tendent of Instruction, will deliver an address. '
Reduced rates of board have been offered by
hotels and private families.
HENRY G. BLAKE,
230-344 County Superintendent.
GEORGE W. GETTY,
EOWBOITSAHD OAES FOR SALE.
WHITE BEAR. - - - • MINN
. ' mn&tho«w
JOB OFFICE FOR BALE.
OB PRINTING OFFICE FOR SALE— A well
JOB PRTVrcXG OFFICE FOR SALE— A well
equipped St. Paul job office, with a large and
thoroughly established basiocM, is offered for
•ale at a great bargain. : Apply t» or address H.
P. Hall, St. Paul. Mtnn. ; : . ■ . .■ : .-.-■; . '£ -. -. ■ - »*• «P.
FIVE CENTS A LINE
SITUATIONS WASTED. . •* ■•[ :
WANTED — A position' by a competent sales
man, is well - acquainted In city and coun
try ; bunt of reference. 9 X, 29, Globe office.
240-40 ' '■, . ■-
WANTED— To get place to take charge of a
set of books evenings. ' ■ Salary moderate.'
Address H,,17, Globe office.' ' ; 240-41
■ • . VATIUNt, UFFUHKIi.
.Female*. .■,■';:• ; f l .. V
WANTED — first class cook, by September
7. Also, nurse girl wanted Immediately,
Apply mornings, 123 Summit avenue. . 240*
WANTED good girl for general house-
VV work, in a. small family. Apply at 549
Dayton avenue. . ': ' • • 240-40
WANTED— girl to learn dressmaking, at
448 St. Peter street: 240-41
WANTED— A competent girl for general
housework ; small family, at 394 East Tenth
street. "...-.- 240-40
ANTED— A girl to assist with light house
work. Apply at southeast corner of Day
ton avenue and Mackubin streets. 237-43
V " " • Male. v :.-::.,..;:.■
-WANTED— or three furniture finishers,
at Cardozo Bros., corner Fifth and Jackson
street. • , ■ ■ 241
W" ANTED— boy to deliver. 425 Jackson
street. . 240
WANTED — A man to drive carriage. S.
Mayall, 16 East Third street. ; 240-241
WANTED — commission, salesman ' for
Minnesota, with established trade, to carry
(with his other lines) a line of Ladies', Misses'
and Children's Slippers and Walking' Shoes. Ad
dress Shoe Manufacturer, Haverhill, Mass.
i .." 230-242
WANTEO— Fifty boys from 12 to 15 year
old ; also, twenty-five young men, good pay
From $4 to $15 per week can be made by calling
on J. M. Hussey, 380 Jackson street. 235-41
WANTED— White barber at 638 Farquier
street, near East St. Paul depot. Jus.
Glay. .v 234-240
FOlt rent. ;
FOR RENT — saloon and boarding house,
with a five or ten years lease, No. 150 Dakota
avenue, West St. Paul. '","•'. , 241-45
TO — Store, three . floors and basement
with elevator. ■ Inquire of •F. Knauft, 340
East Seventh street. - .:. . -'■ .'"'-. : 237-43
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— cottage house with 9 rooms in
X! thorough repair, at $35 per month. Apply;
to J. A. Sabin, Davidson block. , • 241*
FOR RENT — A house of -five 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 Schock. .. . 202*
FOR RENT — Houses from $0 to §10. Jas.
Dillon, 235 Commercial street. 202*
TWO new houses for rent. C. Casey, 098 East
Fourth street. 200*
HOUSES FOR RENT— Between Twelfth and
Thirteenth streets, on" Robert,' Uri L.
Lamprey. : • 181*
FOR RENT — A cottage with four rooms,
Pantry and closets, good water and every
convenience. Apply to J. C. McCarthy, Sixth
ward. ;: '! ; 270*
ROOMS AND OFFICES in the "new Forepaugh
block, Seven corners for \ rent, : Inquire 49-
East Third street. -239-42
FURNISHED or uufarnished, two large front
-D rooms, together or singly, 11 Summit avenue,
near Wabashaw. • 239*
T7IURNISHED rooms for — Two very Ele-
X? gantly furnished rooms — sitting and bed
rooms, suitable -for two or more young men.
Inquire at 100 West Third street, first floor.
.,. 180* ..-.-r r . :>'f
. FOlt SALIC.
FOR SALE Sample room doing good busi
. ness, corner Snelliog and University ave
nues. Good ' reason for selling. Nick Weiler.
: ■;»;■;•-::■ 240-10 -;■ •"•■;••
FOR SALE— Counters and. vault door (Hall's)
now in the Capital bank.'for sale at a bar
gain, before removal to new 1 offices in Drake
block. ; 241-50
BOARDING HOUSE for sale cheap. Rent
moderate. Good stand for a saloon. In
quire No. 50 West Tenth street, St. Paul, Minn.
>--r.--V.: : ~. 228-42 ■■■■■■■ -w ,--■
FOR SALE most desirable residence with
in 10 minutes' walk of Bridge square, a cor
ner lot, 50x150 feet deep, situated one 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 a barn 10x22 feet
with buildings, sidewalks, a fine garden,
shade trees, lawn and flowers . in abundance,
Come and see for yourself. Will sell cheap, part
cash and balance on time, 403 Winslow avenue,
corner Delos street, West St. Paul. 232*
FOR SALE — A five-glass Cunningham carriage
JD or hack, cheap for cash. Inquire at 411
llennepin avenue, Minneapolis. r>i 210*
FOR SALE or Exchange — Standard piano, new;
JD will sell at a bargain for cash or trade. C,
15, Globe office. . 213*
FOR SALE, or will trade for a horse, a good
Hallet & Davis piano. Call at once if you
mean business. • ALLEN,
208* 142 East Third street.
FOR SALE One four-horse engine and boiler
i complete, to good order. Inquire at Franklin
Machine shop*, corner of Sixth and Cedar street as.
. .. . ■ ■ 184* ■:..-'-.-~K-i
LOANS on Life Ins. Policies. Commercial
paper and New York Mutual Endowments
negotiated. L. P. Van Norman, No. 245, Ist
Aye. S. Minneapolis.
ACKEY'S LOAN OFFICE— Notes bought,
money loaned on furniture, pianos, horses,
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*
LOST AND FOUND.
SMALL dark (white underneath) Jersey cow,
kH rope on horns. Liberal reward paid for her
return to T. M. Pepper, corner Grand and Dale.
STRAYED~OR~St6IEN— A chesnut" sorrel
mare, 4 years old; weight about 700 pounds,
four white feet, star on forehead, scars on both
hind legs. A liberal reward will be given on her
retain to 364 Broadway. 240-41
FOUND — A horse and top baggy, which owner
JD may have by calling on Jos. Sherwood on
Page street. West St. Paul, proving property and
paying charges. ' '."..' .239-41
(J>K REWARD for return of a large 7-year old
tptJ horse, gray color, stiff In front; weighs
about 1,400; to C. Herrmeyer, 368 E. Seventh st.
T> 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*
LAWTON BROTHERS. ,
DO yon want a choice borne, a basinets
chance, a lot on monthly payments, or a
home the tame way in a first-class locality. Call
at 175 Dakota avenue, and be cared. Lawton
Bros, hare the most complete list "in the city.
175 Dakota avenue. ..... 227-43
MISCELLANEOUS REAL ESTATE.
S. MONROE'S Real Estate bargain*,
• houses and lots. The largest list la the
City. 325 Jackson. ;. 235-241
$1,500, will buy one of the best farms in Grant
" county, with house of 8 rooms, bouse ; alone
co* t sl,2oo, only one mile from the county seat,'
10 acres of the handsomest grove of trees in the
state, this property mart be sold in the next 10
days. Pabweix & Co., Third and Jackson.
FOR SALE — The following desirable lots : lota
X' i corner of Pleasant avenue and Sixth street,
2 lota on Rice street, between Iglebart 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 toT George'
W. TornbnlL 343 Exchange, street, city. • ' 223*_
T^ORSALK OR EXCHANGE — A choice larm,
X? fnliy improved and located one mile, from a
good town, and will sell cheap, farweli £ Co.,
Third and Jackson streets.
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
r ITLER BROS.,
91 East Third street.
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. ,
Acknowledged by Artists the Best io the World.
fnJ£»M* Bonesnpcriorto th e Weber and none that can compete with them
for durability.— i eresa Carreno.
«WT»i? n H °f th< eber Piano is, so sweet, rich and sympathetic, yet so full,
Thursb ayS laok ° aS the greatest manufacturer of the day.— Emma
S.^Liebr ianos excel a " others in volume or tone and in power of expression.—
T * tC ?J e no Pian °8 in the world that sustain the voice like the Weber.— Em«
K. O. MTOTG-EE, Affent, St. Paul
SEND FOR CATALOGUES.
-L¥XJ_JJLI;\J±JL_Q._Li L ' .n . I 8 I\/_LIj«
58 East Third Street.
JSTThe latest styles of Imported Goods always on hand. Perfect fits guaranteed.
Boots li Sloes,
Hew Styles Daily Received.
331 fatty streer Cor. 1.
IMPORTERS ill nOLESUE DRUGGISTS
06 and 70 Sibley street, corner Fifth, tit. Paul, Minn.
EAIEBANKS' STMDAED SCALES!
Eclipse Wind Mills Tanks and Pumps,
Snfith- Vaile Steam Pumps and Boilers,
Hancock Inspirators, Lubricators, et
FAIRBANKS, MORSE & CO., - 371 & 373 SiWey street
BOOT AND BHOI DIALBBS.'
SCHLIEK & CO..
80. 89 EAST THIRD STREET,
Bit. Paul Agency for BUJRT'S, QUAY'S,
I REYNOLD'S, and Many Others.
I E2T Mail orders promptly filled.
AND TELEGRAPHIC INSTITUTE
En long ?ircc established it*, , claims to public favor and ban now enteied upon Un 15th yetrunl*
the most favorable auspice*, ' tend lor caU'ague, giving full particulars. -Northwest cor. .Suventt
and Jackson streets. If •-''*'
|i< ( ' W. A..FADDIS, Principal.
MUSICAL. >£»| /*'' DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS.
LAURA Wj, H ALL, g—^_^^_
music rooms 103 western AVENUE,
Head of Ashland Avenue, St. Anthony liilk
PIANO, ORGAN AND jURIQSY
THOROUGH INSTRUCTION GUARANTEED. I
References: Miss Maiue Gei.it, Principal of I
Muhical Conservatory, No. 127 West Third Htrcet, ■
St. Paul; alto on personal application, reference ■
to the numerous families whose daughters aha ■
has taught and is now teacu.ng will be given.
Also, Agent for "Kralnard's Musical World,' ■
the oldest and best musical jonrn&l pablished. ■
Subscription £1.50 per annum. '
mill iii^iiin iii
BJSNNEY & HUDNER I
m and I&5 West Third Street !
Opposite Metropolitan Hotel. -
BKISBIN & FAEWELTi, I
LAW OFFICE. I
Corner ofHYahashaw and Fanrth streets.
Out £zpr«M Office " j^t
W. A. KADDIS, Principal.
DOORS. SASn AND BLINDS.
The Leading ST. PAUL Manufactory of
SASH, DOORS, BLINDS,
Moldings and Stair Wort
Have in Stock
mx white OAK
YELLOW ?m FLooma
Make to Order
OFFICE AXli JiANK FUJINITUItTI.
EAGLK STREKT AND SEVEN CORNKM
IN NEW QUARTERS.
P, J. DRBIS,
Ii settled in his elegant Narw Stow
Corner Nina and Saint Peter slree'i
Where can be found the finest and beit of Drag*
Perfumery, Toilet Articles, Patent Medicines,
etc. ; A Ino, all kinds of Garden and Flower Seeds
in their season.
£ SCB IPTIOIf B A SPECIALTY