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Gov. Hubbard was at the state house for t
few hours on Tuesday.
A wooden watch sign was stolen a feu
nights ago from No. 406 Wabashaw street.
Police Sargeant Morgan has recovered from
his illness and resumed bis duties on thu
Maggie Bradly was again graduated from
jail yesterday on the expiration of a twenty
The Astoria, formerly the Hotel Living
ston, was reopened yesterday under the
management of Mr. John Baugh.
There was a bloody light between union
and non-union bricklayers on Cedar street,
near the state capitol, early Sunday morning.
Patrick Mclntyre was cagtd at the city
hall last evening for whipping his wife, of
course being under the influence of liquor.
Detective Keually arrested Alexander Mc-
Dowell yesterday on the charge of stealing v
watch in Minneapolis, lie was taken to that
Oliver R. Clark was admitted to ball in the
sum ot $1,500 by Judge Brill yesterday, Ole
Peterson aud R. O. Donnelly becoming his
AekerPost, G. A. R. holds its regular
monthly meeting this evening, at which
some very important business is to be
The citizens on Isabel street, sixth ward.
do not take kindly to the style of a row of
cheap houses being erected thereon by v
east side capitalist.
Two hundred feet of a brick shed in East
St. Paul was blown down iv the storm of
Tuesday afternoon, and 000,000 brick iv
process of burning destroyed.
Tle C-ntral Blame and Logan club meet
ing at Pfeifer hall this evening will be ad
dressed by Adjutant (teu. McCarthy and Ex
(icv. C. K. Davis, aud a glee ciub will be iv
Yesterday afternoon Mr. George Clark, a
blacksmith doing business in the sixth ward,
while engaged In Bhoeing a horse, was kicked
in the leg and badly injured. He was cou
veyed to the residence on Concord street in
the patrol wagon.
Tiie electric lights in Rice park last night
underwent a total eclipse. The First \l%i^
ment band attempted to tfive tlieir usual
Wednesday evening concert, but after the
rsl numbers, which were playad without
they gave up in disgust
Tiie. following volumes were added to the
Btat'j library yesterday : Sixty-first lowa Ke
portS,Ninety-flfth New York Reports, volume
thirty-two 1 1 :m 's Supreme Court* of New
York, for 1884, Bonndries of New York, vol
ume 2, and Journal of the Canadiau Senate.
Adjutant <i tneral MaeCarthy mustc:rcd the
St. Cloud Guards, sixty-live rank and file,
into the statii militia service on Monday with
Andrew Lason as captain, John Chafer as
first lieutenant On Monday he mustered
Co. X, M. N. G., of Little Falls, out of
In a map issued by the United States
weather signal bureau, the locality in which
St. Paul is situated is marked down as ex
empt from cyclones and hurricanes. The
Mnniis of this week, however, have come
F<;u:iri' uji to ti;<; threshold of the city and
threatened to i?:.'t in.
The bids for /lie state supply of paper, sta-
Uonery, etc, fjr the ensuing year were
opened at the office of the secretary of state
yesterday, that of paper bein<£ awarded to
AviTill, Russell A: Carpenter of this city, the
bidding l» inir very close. The award of the
contract for stationery will not be made
under several days.
L. P. C. Godfrey has reproduced the old
lithograph of St. Paul taken 1853, when it
had bat 3,400 inhabitants and t!" ; territory
of Minnesota but 2,845 votes. The original
was made In Philadelphia, and the vi w :;
compared with the one taken of the city last
jfear gives the showing up of thirty-one years
growtU vi-ry handsomely.
About two weeks atro, in going to I firo on
Wfst Seventh btre.et, some of the apparatus
of Che department collided with n baggy in
front of Hill iV: Keatiiiirs' livery stable, at
Seven corners, an account of tne Incident
appearing in the next day's issue of iho
Globs. Yesterday (be enterprising stuff of
the St. Paul end of the double ender dished
the item up as a piece of news.
Tho condition of Ashlnud avenue, at the
juncture of Aiuudcl stroet, is almost impass
able. In the early part of Tuesday evening
a team belong to Hill «& Keating became
mired in the soft mud, with which the street
is tilled up at the point named, aud great
difficulty was had In extricating the horses.
The carriage was stuck so fast that it re
mained in the mud all night, and it was yes
terday removed with the aid of two teams
aud four men.
Mr. J. 11. Hunt, grocer, N. E. corner Fair
mount avenu- and Ann street, Baltimore,
Maryland, states, that he had a severe attack
of acute inflammatory rheumatism and bis
pains were such he could not walk. After
on ? application of St. Jacobs Oil, the con
queror of pain, he experienced immediate
relief and was able to walk as well as ever. "
J. Graham, London, is at the Merchants.
B. T. Ashelman, of Ada, is at the Wind
C. H. Graves, Duluth, was in the city yes
W. R. Barn ell and family are at the Mer
11. B. Moore, Duluth, was in the city yes
C. F. Grabman, of Chicago, is at the Clar
W. C. Sargent, Duluth, was in the city
Senator Peterson, of New Ulm, is at the
Dr. J. W. Crary, of Red Wing, is at the
J. Sampson, Storm Lake, lowa, is at the
Lieut A. Ogle, and wife, U. S. A., are at
11. A. Brans, Moorhead, was at the Mer
Lieut. E. W. Casey, U. S. Army, is at
E. If. Hitchcock, of Northfleld, was at the
Mrs. R. R. Knapp left on the 2 p. m. train
yesterday for Chicago.
Insurance Commissioner A. R. McGill is
on a visit to St. Peter.
Ed A. Pattison, of Indianapolis, is quar
tered at the Clarendon. . . ■t "
Judge Underwood, of Louisville, is regis
tered at the Clarendon.
Dr. F. V. Hayden and wife, Philadelphia,
are at the Metropolitan.
E. A. Whiteman, of Granite Falls, is among
the guests at the Clarendon.
R. L. Frazec, Frazee City, wife and
daughter, are at the Merchants.
J. J. Hughes, Lisbon, Dakota, and G. E.
Davis, Fargo, are at the Merchants.
"W. Jacobs, a capitalist of Madison, Wis.,
wife and son, are at the Metropolitan.
Mrs. Lizzie Bixbv. Star Prairie, and Nel
lie Wells, of Mautorville, are at the Wind
J. F. Gear, Boston, and A. N. Fitch, Roch
ester, N. V., were at the Metropolitan yester
day. » ;., v .;
Samuel H. Nichols, clerk of the supreme
court is in attendance up«n the state fair at
Justin Smith, Brainerd; Geo. B. Whipple,
Faribault; T. E. Searle, St. Cloud, were at
the Merchants yesterday.
Miss May aud Ida Rusk, daughters of Gov.
J. li. Rusk, of Wisconsin, are visiting the
Misses Greve, 445 Summit avenue.
A pood bargain in West St. Paul property at
auction this af teruoon.
In the account «»f the poli •• court proceed
ings, published yesterday, it was stated that
Mm. Sliainhaujjii informed the . court that i
f. EL Brady locked her in a room in the rear
at his saloon and kept her there till 3 o'clock
ti the morning, and that she did not know
'.vliat had taken place, for the reason that she
had been drugged. Mr. Brady denies this,
■mcl declares that there is no truth In auy of
these statements. She was not locked up or
Prof. It. H. Kvaiis'
Will be at Sherman Hall every afternoon of this
week from a to V o'clock to receive thoso who
are desirous of attending classes. Send for cir
cular . Clauses now forming.
Fire Department Exhibition.
Some of the members of the North Amer
ican German Benevolent Catholic conven
tion, in session in St. Paul.haviug expressed
.1 desire to witness the operations of our tire
department, it was determined by the flre
lommissioiicrs on Tuesday evening, to com
ply with the request. It was concluded that
all or nearly all the members bad seen a
otcam engine work and that consequently
there would be less interest in watching the
working of the steamers than there would be
iv witnessing a display of some of the other
apparatus. Accordingly hook and ladder
Nos. 1 and 2, No. 1, chemical, the Pompier
corps Nos. 1 and 2, aud the life escape, were
ordered out, and at half
:>ast 11 o'clock yesterday morning
they all made their appearance at the new
five story block that is being erected on the
corner of Wabashaw and Ninth streets by
Mr. Sherman, thih being considered the
most convenient place for operation.!, and
especially suited for displaying the Pompier
ladders, as there are no windows in the
■structure, and consequently no glass to
break. Quite a large crowd had assembled
iv the streets around the building, and all
were very curious to seethe firemen perform.
The first exhibition was made by the ex-
Lcnsion Udder which succeeded in placing a
line of hose on the top of tiiis five story
structure with full connection, in one min
ute and a quarter from the time it arrived on
the ground.. The ladder was turned in va-
riotts directions and raised and lowered at
will. Finally it was folded up and lowered
te its place on the truck.
The Pompier life-saving service was prob
ably the most interesting display. The men,
with their twenty-five foot ladders, by hook
ing them into the windows, climbed from
the ground to the fifth story in a very short
space of time. Alter they reached the fifth
story they M themselves down by means of
■ rope, sliding down the same readily and
easily. After having completed this part of
the display the safeiy tube was
displayed. This consists of a heavy
canvas sack long enough to
reach from the ground to the fifth story win
dow and persons that it is sought to save are
placed in the sack and slid down to the
ground. A great many came down in it
yesterday, and its usefulness was fully de
monstrated. Those who were present, es
pecially those from abroad were very much
gratified at the display and signified the same
by applauding the actors.
RUINED BY INDORSEMENTS.
Assignment of Lucas Kuehn, the Pio
neer Merchant of Wabashaw.
A Sequence of the Failure of the JMazeppa
[Special Telegram to the Globe.]
Wabashaw, Minn., Sep. 10. — The past
week has been oue of great excitement here
and one which has affected our business in
terests to a greater extent than was first ex
pected, caused by the failures of the Ma
zeppa Mill and the Minnesota Elevator
companies. The first of these failures ail-ct
the bank here which, however, stemmed the
tide and is in a well fortified condition for
the future. Bat it has seriously crippled
Senator Lawrence and caused the almost
financial ruin of Lucas Kuehn, the pioneer
merchant and most prominent business
man of our city, who made an assignment
to-day to Pi try Schnu zes, for the benefit of
hi- creditors. The assignment of Mr.
Kuahn was not caused by mercantile difficul
ties, but because he had be
nome the endorser of accommo
dation to n large amount, and it was to pro
tect his general creditors that the assign
ment was made.
Mr. Kuehn has been in business here for
twenty-five years past and for all that time
was identified with all enterprises that were
for the benefit of the city. His business oc
cupied three store rooms; and only through
accommodation to a friend has he lost the
mutation and result of his success dur
ing that period. Though compelled to close
his doors there is nothing in the transaction
to be placed to his discredit. His credit
within mercantile circles has not been im
paired by the assignment as it is as good as
it was before the assignment was made. He
has the entire confidence of everyone that
has been doing business with him and ail |
stand ready to sell him again. Though he
will lose his all it will not by any means
keep him down. As yet I cannot give an
estimate of his assets and liabilities, but out
side of the paper endorsed all his debts could
have been settled within twenty-four hours.
The Wabashaw mill, of which Senator
Lawreuce was president an.l manager, was !
yesterday leased to Frank O. Johnson, a !
gentleman of means and good business I
caoacity, of Wlnona, which insures the con- I
tinuance of the important factor of our busi- \
ness interests in the event that Mr. Lawr
ence goes to the wall.
Cleveland Sure to Secure the Electoral j
Vote of Both.
Washington, D. C, Sept. 9.— Unless all
the Democratic roports from West Virginia
are incorrect, it is difficult to see upon what
the Republicans base the their hopes of carry
ing that state. Mr. Sargent, the editor of a
Democratic paper in West Virginia, who is
in the city, says that the party enthusiasm
there on the Democratic side is greater than
he ever remembers to have seen it; that
Cleveland clubs have been organized in
every village; that unquestionably a full
party vote will be cast and that the only
question as to result, is how large the Demo
cratic majority will be. He claims that it
will be 15,000, and that even Goff, the ablest
and most popular of the Republican candi
dates for congress, will be defeated. The
Republicans claims to carry the state
unquestionably were based upon expecta
tions as to combinations which have not
been realized. It was supposed that the fusion
between the Greenbackers and the Republi
cans would be so complete and satisfactory
that, aided by a certain popularity forßlaine,
the state would be carried for the Republican
candidate, but the vision has not been suc
cessful, or, at all events, it is not a success.
Some of the Republicans claim that the
Greenbackers in the districts where the
fusion is complete have received the lion's
share and there is a great deal of dissatisfac
tion. There is some reason to believe that
Elkins, who apparently had set his heart
upon West Virginia in the early part of the
campaign, has abandoned hopes of carrying
the state, and that efforts which are now
being made in that direction are a diversion
to cover the mas ing of forces which is now
to be made in Ohio.
As for Old Virginia neither Republicans
nor readjusters any longer entertain any
thought of the feasibility of securing the
electoral vote of tba+ state for the Republican
ticket. The feud between Mahonj and his
readjuster allies has become too intense to
admit of reconciliation. Mahone, it can no
longer be doubted, would rather face a cer
tain defeat than to surrender one point in
the position he has assumed.
Greenbackers at Work.
Cixcixnati, 0., Sept. 10.— L. E. Craadall,
editor of tho Xation/tl View, a Greenback
organ printed at Washington, was in the
city to-day, in consultation with several rep
resentative workingmen, and others who
'avor the election of Gen. Butler, It is sup
posed the cor-siiitatinn was for the purpose
of ocmlS&tS the Green backers of this state, i
THE ST. PAUL DAILY GLOBE. THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 11, 1884.
Six homes and six lots will be nold thii after
noon at 3 o'clock, corner of Wyandotte aud Texas
streets, West St. Paul.
A regular communication of Ancient Landmark
Lodge No. 5, A.-. IV. <fc A.-. M.\ will be held
in Masonic Hall, this (Thursday) evening at 7:80
o'clock. Work In the K.\ A.-, degree.
By order of the W.\ M. •.
A Splendid Investment.
The six bouses and six lots in Dunwell & Spen
cer's addition to West St. Paul, to be sold at auc
tion, this afternoon, at 3 o'clock.
Fen Pictures — Judge Goodrich— A Word
When yonr children's children shall ask their
sires "What manner of man laid the foundation
of our State! " say unto them — Consult "Pen
Pictures," by Major T. M. Newson, written A.D.
These, bo far as I may judge, are, with one
exception, faithfully written and worthyof all
St. Paul, August, 188*.
These series of Pen Pictures are now being
published in the Sunday Globe.
MARRIED. ' -
INGLES— STEBBINS— On Tuesday, Sept. 9th,
by the Rev. Maurice D. Edwards, Harry L.
Ingles and Edna M. Stcbbins, both of this city.
NASII — On Tuesday evening, v 11 p. m., Anto
nia, wife of Louis Kaah, aged 27 years.
Funeral from the residence, 333 Dakota avo
nue, at 2p. m., to-dry. Friends invited.
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. Royal liaumj Powder Co.. 1% Wall
street. New York.
DIAMOND JO LINE OF STEAMERS.
For Wir.ona, LaCrosse, Dubuque, Rock Island,
Burlington, Kcokuk, Quincy, and
All Intermediate Points to
Steamers of this Line, and this Lino only, run
Through from St. Paul Dock. This is not a
part rail line, with midnight transfer
from car to boat.
The elegant, popular and fast electric light pas
JOHN" KILLEEN, Master.
LARRY CUBBERLY, Clerk.
Saturday, September 13, at 10 A. M.
Most enjoyable route South, East or ' West.
View the famed Mississippi scenery. No heat or
dust. Through tickets to all river and interior
A. G. LONG. Agent, .
Dock, opposite Union Depot.
City Office, St. Paul, cor. Third and Jackson.
Minneapolis Office. 10 Washington avenue South.
More than 20 years' use of strictly
Reliable Fabrics, made in the most
Artistic and Durable manner possible
has made for the
the most enviable reputation of any
Good* produced. They are sold by
; first-class retailers throughout the
country. Auk your dealer for them.-
COAL AND WOOD.
IMS & FOSTER
Offer the best grades of Anthracite and Bitumi
nous Coal at the very lowest market price*.
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.'
Assessment for Change of Grade on
Oiticb or Tins Board or Public Works, )
City or St. Paul, Minn., Sept. 9, 1834. I
Notice is hereby given that the assessment of
benefits, damages, costs and expenses arising
from a change of grade on Concord street, from
Andrew street to Arthur avenue, in the Sixth
(6th) ward, of the city of St. Paul, Minnesota, has
been completed and entered of record by the
the Board of Public Works in and for said city,
and that said assessment was duly confirmed by
said Board on the Oth day of September, A. D.
JOHN FARRINGTON, President.
R. L. Gokxax, Clerk Board of Public Works.
*. j 4 **oo
Sewer 011 Valley ' Street.
Omcx or the "Board op Public Wobks, )
Citt or St. Paul, Minn., Sept. tf, 1884. f
Sealed bids will be received by the Board of
Public Works, in and for the corporation of the
city of St. Paul, Minnesota, at their office in said
city, until 13 m., on the 22d day of September.A.
D. 1884, for the construction of a sewer on Val
ley street, from Canada street to Falrview street,
in said city, together with the necessary catch
basins and manholes, according to plans and
specifications on file in the oClcc of said Board.
.A bond with at least two (2) sure tic*, in a
sum of at least twenty (20) per cent, of the »'ross
I amount bid must accompany each bid.
The said Board reserves the right to reject any
or all bids.
JOHN FARRINGTON, President,
Official:' . -
' li. L- GoRSLOi, Clerk Board of Public Works.
We are now building and offsr for sal* TWO
SNUG WELL-ARRANGED DWELLINGS in
Block 11 Holcomb's addition, fronting on llunne
pin and Yale streets, west of Dale, two blocks
from thu 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 homo*.
We have a nlca Urge housu and barn on Mar
■hull 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 avenne that are $400 cheaper
than anything within three blocks of them.
Money to Loan !
We have always on band, money in large or
small amounts at current rates.
COCDRIN & NEWPORT,
S. W. Cor, Jackson and Fifth streets.
We have Jo6t platted and now offer for sale
lots in the Minnesota Addition. This addition
lies adjoining the great muchino shops of the
Northern Pacific Kailrood Company, which are
the largest acd moHt extensive on the line of the
road, those at Brainerd alone excepted. The lota
are started at very low prices $\!5 to 873 a pieces
and will show a very handsome advance by fall,
Livingston ia less than two years old, with a
population of over 3,000 people, is the brighter
town on the Northern Pacific Railroad, hag many
brick and stone buildings, is growing very rapid
ly and bases her claims for making a large city on
the following grounds:
It is the gateway to the National Park.
It is the terminal point of the National Park
It in 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 sold minei.
It is the supply depot for the mines of Cooke,
Bear Gnlch, etc., etc.
It has ft splendid water power.
It ha* pk-nty of pine and flr timber.
It has an abundance of pure water and a mild
It is the yonntrest town In America with a
National Uank and a daily newspaper ; it also has
two weekly newspapers and the best hotel in
lioiitnna. It has the only deposit of limestone
on the line of road from Duluth west. Some six
or seven lime kilut are now in operation, also
plenty of brick and fine brick clay. Hot springs
oxibt (170 ° temperature) within twelve miles of
town, which exrell those of Arkansaw. Tho Uuiou
Pariilc R. K. will soon be built to the town.
This company, Union Paciflc R. R. have pur
chased a large amount of coul lands in the vicini
ty of Livingston, arc putting in a plant of
seventy -five coking furnaces. Lots for sole by
C. LIVINGSTON & CO.,
63 £. Third street, St. Paul.
WM. O. ROBEBTSON,
(Succet sor to D. A. Robertson & Co.. the oldest
real estate agency hi Minnesota.)
Fo. 7 McQuillan Block cor.TMni&Wabasliaw.
(Established in 1872.)
REAL JKSTATI3 AGENT,
Corner Third A Robert utreeU. fin Saving! Bank,)
ST. PAUL, MINX.
Buys, Sells, Collects. Pars Taxos. Negotiates
GRISWOLD & TEEPLE.
Real Estate & Loan Brokers,
SO. 63 EAST TIIIRJ) STREETi
St.PauL - - Minn
uLiL LMAlfi AIuLU,
MAN NIIEI3IER BLOCK. - • ROOM 11.
St. Paul. - - - Minn.
A UCTION SALB OF 115 LOTS on Seventh
AUCTION SALB OF 113 LOTS on Seventh
XJL stn-it and adjoining street*. Dayton's Bluff.
— A. 11. Nicolny will Hell at auction. Saturday af
ternoon, September . 20th, at 3 o'clock, on the
ground, 115 good business and residcilco lots as
above, in tho vicinity of the St. Paul Harvester
Works, St. Paul Plow Work*, St. Paul & Duluth,
St. Paul & (Jniuha, »nd the new Minnesota, St.
Croix & Wisconsin Central railroads. Now is the
time to buy. When the Seventh street fill is
completed, street cars will run within a short dis
tance of this property: then these lots will sell
for throe and four times more than at the pres
ent sale. Terms, one fourth cash only required.
For maps, handbills and full particulars, apply to
A. 11 . Nicola t, Auctioneer and Real .Estate
.'■K'tit; removed to 116 Ka*t Fourth street, next
to corner Robert, opposite the new German-'
American Bank. 253-61
T> EFORE purchasing elsewhere look over the
Xj list of west t>idc property at 175 Dakota av
enue, where is offered a complete list of property.
Lawton Bros. ~ - 251-257
Tost, ja-zTVo DA : .
TRAYED OR STOLEN*— red cow, short
tail. Return to K. O'Brien, 612 Rice street.
TRAYED OR STOLEN— A yellow and white
cow, 8 years old, with brass knobs on the
horns. . A liberal reward will be paid for her re
turn. Address William Hie key, Merrilt House,
Went St. Paul. 554-58
/CARROLL STREET PROPERTY at auction.
\J I will sell on the premised, oa Carroll street,
at the corner of Louis street, on Saturday next
at 3 o'clock p. m., a strip of land having a front
age on Carroll street of 112 feet, by 75 feet on
Louis street, together with a frame house of six
rooms. . A portion of this ground is leased for
tenement use and brings a fair revenue. * Terms
of sale : half cash, balance in one and two years
at 8 per cent, interest, P. T. Kavanagu,
251-50 v • ■ - Auctioneer.
IMPROVED WEST ST.' PAUL PROPERTY AT
AUCTION— I will sell on the premises on
Monday, September 8, at 3 o'clock p. m., con
ner Wyandotte and Texas " streets,
lots 9, 10, 11 and 12, the same be
ing part of block 25,' Spencer * Dun well's addi
tion to Brooklyn. There are six houses on the
premises, fire containing five rooms each, and
one seven rooms. This property lies r about ■ op
posite the great railroad and : commercial inter
ests of the city and in the part of what is to be
the real valuable property of the ■ Sixth ward.
Terms: One-half cash, balance in three years at
8 per cent, interest. . P. T. Katahaoh,
.' The above sals Is - postponed until Thursday,
September 11, at 3 p.' m. ■ - '; 203-65
JOB OFFICE FOR SALE.
TOB PRINTING OFFICE FOR SALE— A well
l) ; ' equipped St. Paul job office, with a large and
thoroughly established business, is offered for
sale at a great bargain. -~ Apply to or addresi U.
i l . a&ll, M. Paul, lilna, - 2X4*
FIVE CENTS A LINE
SITUATION WASTKn. " *:
WANTED — By a young woman, a place in a
good family to work for her. board. \; Let
ter* to M. K. not delivered. Address K. 3 Globe
office.- • '• '-'.' "■' : - ' 247-63 '
WANTED— Situation as bookkeeper or a.-si *-
tant; seven years' experience; or won Id
like position in wholesale house with a chance
for the road; three years' experience. Address
8., 10. Globe office. .-, : :.r~ : '■ 244-59
SITUATIONS OFFERED. "
WANTED— Good plain cook, St. Luke's Hos
pital, 105 East Eighth street. 254-50
TemaitiM, - . ■ •' . ■ ■
WANTED — flrst-clngs cook iinmedcdiately.
Mr*. F. B. Wright, I*3 Summit avenue.
2ii!i* --- ■ .-,"..-..;
--"\T7"ANTED — A neat, respectable girl to do
TT just kitchen work, good wages. "9 En it
Bluff street. ■ - ■ • . .",255-01;
1 HO GIKL3 WANTED thl* week, to sew on
lUU steam power machines, making pants,
shirts and overalls ; also, hands jto tnko work
home. steady work and good pay. Guiterman
Bros., 375 & 377 Sibley stiect. ■ • . 254-57
WANTED — A girl for general, housework.
T T Apply corner Western avenue and Martin
street. Mrs. McClure. 253-09
WANTED — A competent girl for general
housework. Apply at 549 Dayton avenue.
WANTED experienced girl for general
housework. Apply rear of 268 Kit c st.
' 249-55 ,■
IRKS WANTED— For kitchenwork, at 282
ltobert street. '"/ 250-50.
WANTED — girl for general housework.
■ References required.. Apply at 415 Holly
avenue. ■ 250-50
ANTED A German girl for general hous'e
»V work. Good wajres and steady work.
Apply at £30 Carroll street. ' ' V 249-53-
WANTED — for general housework at
No. 227, Iglchart street. Apply at onyre.
. • ■ 844*. ■•
WANTED — Newspaper carriers, some mount
ed. Apply to J. 11. liussey, 880 Jackson
street. " . ■ 231-258
"ITT ANTED — Ten first-class brick layers at
Vt once, corner of Sixth street and Pleasant
avenue. .;.'.'.;:.. 255
WANTED Four stone cutters. Wages 33.50
V » per day to good men ; free pass. Address
James AlcCiure, Black Hirer Falls, Wis.
253-59 - . ■•'■•
'ANTED— Boy 16 to 18 years old to work in
store. Myers & Finch, Bridge Square.
WANTED— Tinners at 506 St. Peter street.
253 59 '
WANTED — Two energetic, industrious gen- (
tV t'.enieu for light out-door employment.*
Room 8, 104 East Third street. 25:2-58
TWO HARNESS MAKERS at once. Address
JL W. A. Nolan, Grand Meadow, Minn. 250-55
FOR RENT— A residence flat of six nice
rooms $15 per month; water and all mod
urn conveniences: over drug store, cornet Ohio
and George streets, West St. Paul. Inquire of
P. R. McDonnell. 216*
JIOUMOM . ...
FOR KENT — House with nine rooms and good
JD barn, on Iglehart street, between Mackubin
and Kent street. Apply at 5 :30 Carroll street.
FOR RENT— From October Ist, the desirable
dwelling, No. 214 Aruudel street Apply to
J. W. Bishop, 155 East Fourth street. 255-57
HOUSE for rent. Inquire at 119 Fairfleld
avenue. West St. Paul. 255
FOR RENT— First-class dwelling, 13 looms,
No. 114 Summit avenue, formerly occupied
by Reuben Warner. Enquire of owner, 11. D.
Gates, No. 122 Summit avenue.' 25*
FOR RENT — two-story house, corner of
Acker and Buffalo streets, 13 rooms, cellar.
cibtira and well, suitable for v boarding house.
Inquire of Mr. Brien, Dispatch office. 251-55
171 OR LEST— A house. Inquire 108 East
. -' Fifth street, tip stairs, next door to Tempe
rance House. Suitable for boarding house or
TT^on KENT — cottage house with 9 rooms in
JD thorough repair, at j-'Jj per mouth. Apply
to J. A. Sabiu, Davidson block. 241*
FOll KENT — Large house, ten rooms, on
JJ Franklin near Third street; also third
story or building of building 155 West Third
street. J. Kolleher, 192 West Third street 214*
FOR RENT — houses on Cherry street, 8
. rooms each, cellars, wells and cisterns.
Rent, $-5 per month each. Also, 1 house on
Deßow street, 0 rooms, cellar, well, and cistern.
Apply at corner Seventh and Rosabel streets.
Andrew Schock. 202*
T7IOR RENT^Houscs from Si to §10. Jas.
Jj Dillon, 235 Commercial street. 202*
1"\WO new house* for rent. C. Casey; 693 East
. Fourth street. 200*
TTOUSE& FOR RENT— Between Twelfth and
-11 Thirteenth streets, on Robert, Uri L.
b^OR RENT — cottage with four rooms.
Pantry and closets, good water and every
convenience. Apply to J. C, McCarthy, Sixth
ward. _,::, 270*
PIKNI^IIED front rooms, 532 Robert, coiner
JD Eleventh. .■ 253-58
T7U7RNISIIED ROOMS from $7 to $14. Krah-
JD mer block, corner Seventh and Sibley.
RENT — The most desirable office in the
JL city. Largo corner room under First Na
tional Isank, warmed by steam and hot air, with
open grate and mantel, all modern convenience.
Apply to St. Paul Trust Company. , . 254-5U
riYIIREE furnished or unfurnished rooms for
JL rent, at 420 Rice street. . 233*
[TtOR RENT Large front room, first floor,
/ suitable for one or two persons, ll Summit
avenue, near WalusUaw. 2.*>G*
FURNISHED rooms for rent — very Ele-
X) gantly furnished rooms — sitting and bed
1001ns, suitable for two or more yount; men.
Inquire at 100 West Third street, first floor.
, '• 160* . ■,- -■
OR SALE — and pool-room connected.
Good location. Call on Reese & Co., . 430
Wabashaw street, up stairs. • . 255
171 OR SALE — good piano, cheap. Can be
' teen at 122 West Third street. 254*
TT^OR SALE — A five-glass Cunningham carriage
JD or hack, cheap for cash. Inquire at 411
iiennepiri avenue, Minneapolis. : 216*
FOR SALE, or will trade for a horse, a goo.l
■ - Uallet & Davis piano. Call at once if you
mean business. E. S. ALLEN,
80S* ' 342 East Third 'street.
FOR SALE — One four-horse engine and boiler
complete, la good order. Inquiie at Franklin
Machine shop*, corner of sixth and Cedar
MISCELLASEOVS REAL ESTATE.
(!» 1,500, will buy one of the best farms in Grant
tp county, with house of 3 rooms, house alone
cb«t sl,2oo, only one mile from the county scat, ■
10 acres of the handsomest grove of trees in the
state, this property must be sold in the next 10
days. Fabwell & Co., Third and Jackson.
FOR SALE — The following desirable lots : lots
Xj 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. TnrnbnU, 343 - Exchange street, city. 223*
TpOR SALE OR EXCHANGE— A choice larm,
JD fully improved and located one mile from a
good town, and will sell cheap. . FarwelT Jt . Co.,
Third and Jackson streets.
JYXAXCIAL. ■■ ■
LOANS on Life Ins. Policies. ... Commercial
paper and New York Mutual Endowments
negotiated.. L. P. Van Norman. No. 245, lat
Aye. S. Minneapolis. '.'.' ,-
ACKEY'S LOAN OFFICE— bought,
money loaned on furniture, pianps, horses,
wagons and personal property at low rate?, 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*
"PLEASURE parties, desiring my four horse
JT ' twenty passenger English ■ break,'- should
leave word at office, Cullln's livery, --23 and 25
West Fourth street. ■■-'.. .251-07
SPECIAL attention given to the collection of
city bills. For further Information address
Collector, Globe office. • * ' 251-257. '
K." DAVIS' B OFFICE ' removed to David
\J» ' ion's i Court Block, on Fourth, ;. between
Vtikb&ttluw and Cedar ktreeU," >;\ ? 250-56
CLOTHIERB. • .
We are now placing on our counters the firs |
arrivals of Fall Styles, and call special attention
to Clothing made of the best Imported fabrics,
especially selected and adapted for the fine trade.
Every conceivable style of fashionable goods
will be found on display in our stock. Particu
larly worthy of inspection is our new line of
r PTLER BROS.
91 East Third street.
• MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.
""fT"""!?— — "j — ii ■ ii»"i— ■mhiiui imi.^ ' :
Acknowledged by Mists the Best m the World.
I know of none superior the Weber and one that can compete with them
lor durability.— t eresai Carres*.
The tone of th Weber Piano is so sweet, rich and tympathettc, yet so full,
Tnursbv ways rank you as tho neatest manufacturer of the day.— Emma
S.^lSfiif"' 1 " 08 eXCeI ldl otbers iv Tolunie of tone and in power of expression.—
1 here are no Pianos in the world thai sustain the voice like the Weber.— Em«
E. C. MUNGEE. A.a-ent, St. Paul
SEND FOB CATALOGUES.
SIIIJUI S»RIBR¥ 30EastTliir<|strect '
Lilt All OiDalUlly Si. tal, lim.
58 East Third Street
HJ r 'The latest styles of Imported Goods always on hand. Perfect ats guaranteed.
BOOTS AND SHOES
._, h. 11. SCIILIEI, i^fe^
Sew Styles Daily Received.
331 Waßasiiaff sfreaf car, 4fi,c2P^ffr
■ ■ WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS}
, : \ " — —
NOYES, BROS, & CUTLTBJK,
IPOETEBS ii IfIfILESILE BIWISTS
66 ana 70 bibley street, corner Fifth, St. JPaul, Minn,
I FAIRBANKS' SMDAED SCALES!
Eclipse Wind Mills Tanks and Pumps,
Smith- Vaile Steam Pumps and Boilers,
Hancock Inspirators, Lubricators, efc
FAIRBi\P, MORSE & CO., ~-~l?f m Sibley street
SOOT AND BHOS DZATJESB.
fejjf BCHLIEK & CO..
JS§l SO. 89 EAST THIRD STREET,
.Xj^-"^^^V. St. Paul Ageuey for BURT'S, GBAY'a.
*-£^ v / - ;->v OLD'S, and ?!lany Others.
~'^*'SKS4sst&tSi*» 1^" Mail orders promptly tiiled.
AND TELEGRAPHIC INSTITUTE
Eu }c»?fiiife eeliMiffccdita daiire to public favor end hue low cntcicd upon Its 15th yen mis
me roost lavcralle anepicea. fcti-ti lor «.ttt»' jfcut. giving lull particulars, Northwest cor. Seventt
and Jackson streets. ,„, _L_ ~
W. A. F ADDIS. Principal.
DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS. y
\^-/ « Ji Q ir
IKCORPO RATED. ' ,
TRie Leading ST. PAUL Manufactory of
sash, doors, BLINDS,
Moldings and Stair Work.
Have in Stock
DO WfllTE OAK
YELLOW PISE FLOORO6
Make to Order
OFFICE AXD MASK 1-UliyiTVllE.
EAGLE BTKKET AND SEVEN CORNER*
IN NEW QUARTERS.
P, J. DBEIS,
It Battled In hi* elegant New Store
Corner . HinDi and Saint Peter srees.
Where can be found the finest and best of Drags,
Perfumery,' Toilet Articles, Patent Medicines,'
etc Also, all kinds of Garden and Flower Seeds
in their season. '
LAURA W. HALL,
MUSIC ROOMS 103 WESTERN AVENUE,
Head of Abhland Avenue, St. Anthony Ililh
PIANO, ORGAN AND lURfiOST
THOROUGH INSTRUCTION GUARANTEED.
References: Hiss Makie Geist, Principalof
Jlu.-ual Conservatory, No. 127 West Third street,
St. Paul ; also on personal application, reference
to the numerous families whose daughters aha
has taught and is now teacu.ng will be given. i
Also, i gent for "Urainard's Musical World,'
the oldest and best musical . journal published*
Subscription 51. 50 per annum.
BEISBIN & FAEWELL,
Corner clTVakshaw and Fourth streets.
* f.ur EsprtE* CfT.ee.
KJENNEY & HUDNER
m awl W Third Street
Opposite tropolitau Hotel*