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It was overcoat weather again last evening.
The Seven corners is to have an electric
A New York detective is looking up a case
in St. Paul.
Two little boys who were lost were being
iu quired for by* telephone at the city hall at
11:30 last evening.
Rev. Dr. Vincent speaks on Chatauqua at
the First Baptist church this evening,aud all
John Goodman was found lurking in an
alley way ' early yesterday morning by Officer
Zirklebach and was caged over Sunday in the
James Morris and James Monaban were
arrested by Officer Dorm late yesterday after
noon while indulging in adrucken scrap in
front of the Union depot.
The M. E. ministers in this part of the
Btate will leave to-morrow to attend to an
nual M. E. conference which opens at
Duluth on Wednesday morning.
The Gospel Temperance union did not
hold a meeting yesterday afternoon but ad
journed to some date during the week of
which due notice will be given in the papers.
A span of horses ran away and fetched up
in a lumber pile on the corner of Fourth
and Fifth streets, yesterday afternoon at
about 5 o'clock, but no great damage re
Some more of the letter carriers started
off on their precious fifteen days' vacation on
the; train for St. Louis yesterday afternoon,
and their pay goes on all the same while
they are absent.
"The Corner Goocery" company will ar
rive at noon to-day, coming from Detroit by
way of Chicago. The company used a
special train in its trip from Detroit to Chi
The trial of juiy cases for the September
term of the district court open before Judge
Brill at 10 o'clock this morning before whom
tin- venire of petit jurors drawn for tbe lirst
two weeks of the term are returnable.
Matt Ceck the well known traveling sales
man of C. Gotz.ian <fe Co., brought in a fine
Uriui: of brant on Saturday night. It te un
derstood that Ylatt cauirht them in a dead
fall near a farmer's strawstack at Mountain
Robert Btehanherm stole $10 from the
(•'■<t!ies of a room mate at Oswald's boarding
bouse, near the state capital, on Friday
iiiiriit and languished in a city hall cell over
Sunday. He admits the larceny, but Bays he
w.is drun k.
Thorn* g Qreeleyand John Casey tried rap
ping u ;> ■ j oliceman by pounding a lamp
postOD Friday morning and succeeded. Of
flcer u.tll wasn't asleep worth a cent, and
dropfAug upon them, proceeded with them
in a 'procession three abreast to the city ball.
A Martyr's I'utieiice.
For twenty-five years Mr. Henry J. Noble,
)f (iouvenieiir, N. V., suffered with very
painful rheumatism of the hip and says he
was cured by a few applications of St. Jac-
V)bs Oil, tbe great pain cure.
L. W. Crompton, U. S. army, is at the
J. Shortbridge, of New Orleans, is at the
Ex-Lieut. Gov. Win. Yale, of Winona, is
at the Metro|K»litan.
Lieutenant Rowan, U. 8. A., of Fort Pem
bina is at the Clarendon.
E. S. Stevens and 11. O. Watch, of Buffalo,
are at the Clarendon.
W. T. Lewis and C. N. Mann, of Calarad,
Texan, are at the Merchants.
J. W. Phillips and K. M. Miles,- of Chip
pewu Fall*, are at the Merchants.
J. P. Ramsey and Mrs Jennie Pitts, of
Ogilcusbnrr, N. V., are at the. Clarendon.
UUIIU JYUil|l}H;, Ml. ijIIIUKMUII, .1. I\. lIIIUI-
Jan, of White Earth, are at the Merchants.
11. L. Palmer, of Milwaukee, and W. IT.
Elliott, of Cincinnati, are at the Metropol
W. J. Power, 11. .T. Newman and John
O'Brien, of New York, are guests at the
Cliiis. 11. Coon, A. V. Gardner and John
.1. Bckringcr, of New York, arc guests at the
J. ('. Tolman and Crit Tolman, of Port
land, Oregon, ami their wives, are guests at
C. J. Eddy, of Fargo, general freight and
passenger agent of the Dakota Southern
railroad, is a guest at the Merchants.
T. A. Dan bower, of st. Peter, S. W. Rob
inson, of Mankato, John Hudson, of Lon
don, Eng., W. L. Baker, of Barton, and G.
A. Morrison, of Ued Lake Falls, are guests at
J. C. Blair, of DennUon, Texas; E. T.
Ton nal, of Walla Walla; C. I), Griffin, of
Atlanta, Georgia; Alex. McKcnzie, of Bis
marck; M. N. Oneene, of Fargo: J. J.
Browne, Of Spokane Falls; J. C. Jurben, of
Brain ard; .1. Russell Parsons, of Hoosick
Fulls, New York; C. T. Young, of Lake City:
Mrs. E. A. Stone, of Rochester; K. S.
Adams, of Lisbon, Dakota; J. S. Fargou, of
Halifax, Nova Scotia, are guests at the Mer
[Special Telegram to the Globe.]
Chicago, Oct. 5. — 11. i:. McNalr and wife
and Mrs. Harvey, of St. Paul, are stopping
at the Trcmont.
Hon. John 11. Drake, of Aberdeen, is at
Northwfsterntfre at the Palmer: W. W.
Thomas and E. Day, of St. Paul; A. J. Beals
and lien. W. Farrier and wife. Minneapolis;
K. E. Shepherd and wife, La Crosse; Chas.
L. Beckwith, Helena, and A. W. Smith and
wife, Sauk (enter.
Among the St. Paul in. at the Sherman
are Geo/llunsacker, J. T. oiin and Nick
M. G. Morton and family, of Winona, are
guest* at the Grand Pacific.
Geo. C. Ripley, E. M. Wilson and Gco. 11.
Rust, of Minneapolis, are registered at the
Returned from Yellowstone Park.
Mr. tin. Magee, the popular caterer, re
turned yesterday from the Yellowstone Na
tional park whore he has conducted the Park
note] during the past season.
He wa* accompanied by his wife and son,
and Mr. Gco. S. Heron. who
has been associated with Mr. Ma
te* in the hotel enterprise at the park.
They brought back With them a car load of
saddle horses, which have been used by tour
lati making the circuit of the park, and the
animals will be put Into wiutcr quarters in
Mr. Uafee and party left Livingston on
the 3d inst.. in the midst of a driving snow
storm. In speakinc of business at the park
Mr. Heron said that during the season
the hotel had entertained 500 more guests
than last year and next season the business
Is expected to be doable. Mr. Heron also
rvferred in a pathetic manner to the sad
death of Miss Carrie Welton. the Connecticut
lady who was frozen to death a week ago in
the mountains of Colorado. The lady, he
said, had stopped at the Park hotel for three
weeks during the summer, and during her
stay she ascended to the summit of ML
Washington, 10,000 feet above the sea level.
She was the most accomplished and daring
lady thai ever visit the park, undertaking
' the most hazardous feats of strength, cour
age and endurance, and her untimely and
unfortunate death was the occasion of great
sorrow to all who had knownher.
The Park hotel die?* paying business last
season and it is bow closed.
I F««l Better.
How cheerful a man looks when he is say-
Ing these words! And what a delightful
thine it is to help to make him feel better!
An I what a privilege to know that ten thous
uid people all over the United States are to
iay saying, "I feel better," because they
have been taking Brown's Iron Bitters! Mrs.
J. A. Edson of 3$ Medfonl St.. Chelsea,
Ma**., writes that she suffered with kidney
lue«a« and blood troablcs.aod that the used
3 bottles of Brown's Iron Bitters. As the re- •
suit of this treatment she says, '-I feel better
than I have for a long time, and I believe I
The Hyer's Sacred Concert— The "Cor
ner Grocery" To-siiirht—
. The Ilye'r'B Comedy company appeared at
the Grand last night to a lighter audience
than the high and artistic character of the
entertainment should have called out.
In point of merit the performance was one
of the most enjoyable of the season, and it
deserved a far more liberal recogni
tion. However those present were
richly entertained, and .the ap
plause was sincere ' and generous.
The programme was composed of both
sacred and vocal selections, the dnets by
the Misses Hyers being most artistically ren
dered. The same may be said of the quar
tet, the solos by Mr." Gilbert and Mr. Small
and the Soprano selection by Miss Freeman.
In short, the company is composed of artists
of exceptionally fine musical ability and the
performance was all that could have been
"The Corner Grocery."
The prediction is made that the funniest
performance ever seen in this city will be
given to-night at the Grand opera house by
the Daniel Suily "Corner Grocery" company.
Whatever of expectation has been raised by
noun cements will be even exceeded by
the" performance itself. ■ As to the genuine
success of the comedy there can be no doubt.
It is ever3 where accorded the distinction of
having made the most signal hit of the sea
son. An interesting and at times enthral
ling story runs through the three acts and
upon this plot and in its development the
fun and frolic comes fast and furious. "The
Corner Grocery" is in nowise a rough
and farcical performance. Mr. Sully's
performance of the part of Daddy Nolan is ar
tistic thorougbout and has given him proud
distinction as a comedian. Upon his first
appearance in New York city in the part, he
received the compliments and favor of many
prominent actors and authors. Mr. Bartley
Campbell voluntarily sought Mr. Sully and
complimented him on developing a new
phase in Irish comedy acting. Master Mal
vey, the boy comedian, will have his name
well known in St. Paul Tuesday morning.
He is sure to make a hit. The company in
cludes Miss Louise Fox. a charming actress
and vocalist. Miss Edith Sinclair, Mr. George
A. Beane, Messrs. Ed. and Alf. Favor, Mr.
C. J. Burbcck and others.
The White Slave.
Bartley Campbell's White Slave, with a
! strongeast opens at the Grand next Thursday
evening for three nights, with a Saturday
matinee, and will draw lull houses.
Engagement of Mitijqtv Mitchell at the
11. E. Sanford, the enterprising advance
agent of Higgle Milcbell, arrived in St.
Paul yesterday and secured the
Grand for the whole of next
week for the appearance of this talented and
popular actress. She will open on Monday
evening, Octoaer 13, with "Fan ebon the
Cricket," playing hex full reportoire in suc
cession, as follows. Tuesday, "Barefoot,"
Wednesday, "Pearl of Savoy," Thursday,
"Mignon," Friday, "Vorle," Saturday, "Lit
tle Savage," and "Pearl of Savoy" for Sat
This theatre continues to enjoy a paying
patronage. "Dale's Darlings combination,"
with an exceptionally pretty picnic scene
ami a line olio and afterpiece, the past week
drew finely. For the coming week is an
nounced the firtt appearance of "The Adams
Bros.' combination," headed by Frank and
Harry Adams, celebrated wire walkers and
gymnasts: Clifford and Nealey, said to be
excellent acrobatic, song and dance men;
Rose Kellogg, operatic vocalist, and twelve
other artists. The closing concert is called
"Kitty Folley's Party."
| The following beautiful poem was composed
by Mr. Con T. Murphy, author of the "Ivy Leaf,"
a new play to be brought out this winter. It was
inspired itpon the occasion of his recent visit to
the old country after an absence of thirty years
on the plains of Texas, and for its production
now for the first time, the Globk is indebted to
the kindness of Mr. F. C. Karton, one of the
leading support in the Frederick Warde Dramatic
company. — Diiamatii* Ed. Globe.J
"TOP O' THE MllltXlNG,"
Thamandheu! But there it is.
Dawn — on the hills of Ireland.
God's angels lifting the night' a black veil from
Sweet face of my land.
Och, Ireland ! and isn't it good you 1001..
Like a bird in a rich adorning;
And with all the pent-up love of my heart
I bid you the "Top o the Morning."
This OH short hour pay- lavishly back
For many a year of mourning.
I'd almost venture another flight.
There* M much joy in retain
Watching out for this hallow'd shore.
All other attractions scorning;
Oh, Ireland! don't you hear me shout —
I bid you the "Top o' the Morning."
See there on Clccnu's shclvcn strand
The surges are grandly beating.
And Kerry is pushing her head-land out
To eivc us the friendly greeting.
Into the shore the wild birds fly
On pinions that know no drooping.
And out from the cliff on surges charge
A million of waves come trooping.
Oh kindly, generous land.
So leal, M fair and loving,
No wonder the wandering Celt should think,
And dream of you in bis soaring.
The alien land may have gems and gold.
No shadow may ever have gloomed it;
But the heart will sigh for the abtent land.
Where the love light first illumed it.
And doesn't old Cove look charming there,
Watching the wild waves' motion.
Leaning her back against the hills
And the tips of her toes In the ocean.
It's a wonder 1 don't hear Shandons bells:
Oh, may be their cbiming's over,
For it's many a year since I began
The life of a western rover.
For thirty summers, anthore machrtf.
These MMM I now feast my eyes on
Ne'er met my vision, save when they rose
In memory's dim horizon;
E'en then 'twas grand and fair to sec
As the landscape spread before me.
But dreams arc dreams, and my eyes would ope'
To see Texas' skys above me.
And many a night on the Texas plain.
When the day and the chase were over.
My thoughts would fly o'er the weary wave
And o'er this coast line hover:
And the prayer would rise that some future day.
All dangers and doubting? scorning,
I'd live to win from ray native land
The light of young liberty's morning.
Now, nearer and fairer, the coast line shows —
Was ever a scene to splendid —
I feel the breath of the Munster breeze.
Thank God. my exile's ended.
Old scene*, old songs, old friends again.
The vale and the cot I was born in.
Oh, Ireland .' from my heart of hearts.
1 bid you the -Top o* the Morning."
Murphy at Plymouth Church,
Plymouth church was crowded last night
to hoar Francis Murphy. Mr. Murphy was
in one of his happiest moods, and the ' few
| words he spoke were listened to with close
I attention. The meeting was a kind of tem
perance love feast, and not a lecture. Mr.
Murphy* son. Judge Brisbin and a Mr. •
Miller, of Minneapolis, also made short ad
j dresses. It bad been reported that this was
Ito be Mr. Murphy's farewell address to St.
Paul, and many, going with the expectation
of bearing a lengthy address from Mr.
Murphy, wen; somewhat disappointed m that
he did not say more than he did. Everybody
likes to hear him speak, for be is always
jolly, always just in his remarks, never say
ing anything to wound the feciiccs of any
one, and it is always a pleasure to the most
skeptical to hear him. Mr. Murphy returns
to Minneapolis again, and has promised to
revisit St. Paul before be leaves this part of
All members of Division No. 3. A. O. 11.. are
requested to assemble at their haiL this morn
ing, at $ o'clock sharp, to attend the funeral of
i their laic Brother, Janet JUNaliej.
M. J. Laxch,
THE ST. PAUL DAILY GLOBE. MONDAY, MOUSING, OCTOBER 6, 1884.'
LOCAL MKNTIOK '
lam selling the best C 4 plaid sacqulngs at 31
per yard, regular price 5i. 35. J. McLaiu, 384
To the Public.
The Independent voters of tho First ; and
Fourth precincts of the . Fourth ward, desire to j
call upon lion. John B. Brisbin to bo a candidate
for the legislature at ;!>,• ensuing election. ; '<
St. Paul lliixiin -.-. College. .
AH departments of the St. Paul College, corner
Seventh and Jack ton, open day and evening, and
a rare opportunity to ■ study telegraphy, short
hand and typewriting. Now is the time to cuter
Everything in the way of silks, satins and dress
goods, at cost atMcLain's, 384 Wmbashnw street.
There Is No Mistake About This!
Minneapolis white blankets with the regular
ticket on them, at $3.4-.' per pair. Yon cannot
buy them for less than $•"> per pair elsewhere.
J. McLain's, SB4 Wabashaw street.
Scarlet Blankets at $3.00 per pair at JlcLain's ,
364 Wabashaw street, worth ss.oo.
Fernald & Wheeler,
At 341 Jackson arc offering rare bargains in far-,
niture, previous to removal to 232 and 230 Seventh
street, where they will be pleased to meet cheir.
friends after October Ist, with a large stock ami
And colored silks and dress goods of every des
cription at actual cost at McLain's, 354 Waba
Large size colored blankets, worth $4, for $3.37.
at McLain's, 374 Wabashaw street. j '.
Saves money, time and trouble. . Non-explo
sive... The genuine "Acme" FuelKindlcr. Ask
your grocer. . .
I \in Closing; Out
My real laces ; now is a chance for a bargain.
ilcLain's, 384 Wabashaw street. •/
This paper is printed with Geo. 11. Morrill &
Co.'c improved perfecting press news ink. It is
also used by all the principal newspapers in the
U. S. and Canada. Western office,. 54 and 50
Franklin street, Chicago, 111.
MED. ~ '■ '"
ROGERS — At her residence, No. 575 Jefferson
avenue, Annie, beloved wife of E. Rogers.
Funeral Tuesday morning, October 7, from
Cathedral, at 9 o'clock.
Friends of the family are invited to attend,
.Brantford and Paris, Canada, papers please
This powder never varies. A marvel of purity
strength and wholcsomeness. More economical
than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be Bold in
competition with the multitudes of low test, short
weight, alum or phosphate powder*. Sold only
in cans.' Hotal Uaki.no PowdebCo., IOC Wall
street. New Yort
DIAMOND JO LINE OF STEAMERS
For Wir.ona, La Crosse, Diibuqus, Rock Inland,
Burlington, Keoknk, Quincy, and
All Intermediate Points to
Steamers of this Line, and this Line only, ran
Through from St. Paul Dock. ' This is not a
part rail line, with midnight transfer
from car to boat.* y;
The elegant, popular and fast electric ■ li^ht pas
secgcrstcamcr ■ i& '■
l.tw , -
Wednesday, October Btli. a! 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, A sent.
Dock, opposite Union Depot.
City Office, St. Paul, cor. Third and Jackson.
Minneapolis Office, 16 Washington avicue South.
ST.LOUIS AI(D Sf. PAUL PACKET CO.
ELECTRIC LIGHT LINE.
The Elegant and Favorite Steamer
Win . Thompson, Master, S. Grinnell, Clerk,
Departs for St. Louis and way landings
Monday. Get lier 6 at 10 q : cl:c![. a ip.,
For Passage or Freight, apply to
A. DELANY, A treat, - ' . .
334 Jackson street, or Levee, foot oX Jackson.
*~~^~ ~~~~"~" **
The partnership heretofore existing between
William R. Cook us and John W. Chafer, under
the arts name cf Cookus •£ Shafer, is this day
disscl.-ed by snuturl consent. All indebtedness
to the above firm will be paid to John W. Sbsfer,
ar.d all bills owod by the firm will be paid by
the said John W. Shaler.
October 4, 1884.
W. R. COOKTS.
octS-4w-mon JOHN W. BUAFER
mtsc r 1 / . i v rors.
STOVES, STOVES. sTOVES— AII kinds of
stove repairing, corner Eighth and Cedar.
WANTED to txrhange, vacant lots for mason
>\ work. Slahlan D. Hil'.er. S7WB
EICS STREET PROPERTY AT AUCTION—
■ I will sell on the premises on Saturday,
i October 11, at 2 o'clock p. m.. ten valuable busi
ness and residence low. having a frontage on
j Rice street and Aurora avenne. This fine prop
i erty is in the renter of a portion of the city that
is growing rapidly, and where a man can engage
with proS t m dry goods, boots and shoes, groc
eries, hardware, etc. The great bridge crossing
the -Manitoba tracks will soon be completed.
When done Rice street will soon become as meat
a thoroughfare as Waba«haw and St. Peter
streets, that lead directly into it. Intending per
chasers can well aSord to await this import* - .-.
•ale. Terms will be giTen hereafter.
2T3-cO P. T. Katxsacs, Auctioneer.
Pit TIB! Reft!
The now houses fronting on Ileniiepin avenue
and Yale streets, two blocks from the Laurel
cvenue street cars, which we have been building
are now about 'ready for occupancy. We have
delayed deciding tho color of . the last coat of
paint, bo that we can gratify the purchasers by
PAINTING THEM RED, or any other hue they
Four of the nine 'houses are sold and already
occupied; the others will soon be disposed of. '
Those who contemplate buying a home would
do ( well to examine these houses without delay.
They have seven rooms each, good cellar, large
cistern; they are " well and warmly built, snug
and convenient, nnJ are offered on , terms which
render it easily practicable for rent-payers to se
cure a home. '■'.. •
WOODLAND PARK— We have a large lot on
Western avenue, 72x172 feet at a bargain.
New house on Marshall avenue, seven rooms,
cellar, cistern, well, barn, etc. 700.
Corner lot suitable for tenement houses, cen
tral. ._. ' .
Cheap lot on' Carroll street. 51,100.
Fifty feet on East Seventh street, near Cedar.
We have ten acres i inside the city limits, near
University avenue, at $700 per acre.
□ Lots on Summit avenue, for $800 each.
Lots for $250, on monthly payments.
DESK ROOM for rent, in one of the best lo
cated offices in the city.
Money to Loan !
. . In large or small amounts on improved city
property at current rates. ' ' '' •*;. (.■
COCHRAN & NEWPORT,
3C3 Jackson street, cor. Fifth street.
We have Just platted and now odor 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
toad, those at Brainerd alone excepted. The lota
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
It is the headquarters of three divisions of the
R. R. . .;
It is the geographical center of the R. R.
It has immense machine shops, with capacity
for 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
It is the youngest town in America with a
Rational 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 (170 ° temperature) within twelve miles of
town, which excell those of Arkansaw. The Union
Pacific R. It. 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, ere putting in a, plant of
seventy-five coking furnaces. Lots for sale by
C. LIVINGSTON & CO.,
63 £. Third street. St. Paul.
, WM. G. ROBERTSON.
I REAL ESTATE
(Successor to D. A. Robertson & Co.. the oldest
reel estate agency In Minnesota.)
Kb. 7 McQuillan Bioct cor. TUnl & WaDasiaw.
1 HEZEKIAH HALL,
(Established in 1372.)
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
Corner Third & Robert streets, fin Savings Bank,)
ST. PAUL, MINX.
Buys, Sells, Collects, Pays Taxes, Negotiates
f REAL ESTATE AGENT,
MANNHELMER BLOCK. - • ROOM 11.
St. Paul. ... Minn.
GRIS WOLD & TEEPLE,
Real Estate & Loan Brokers,
NO. C 3 EAST THIRD STREET
St. Paul. -I; - Minn
Change of Streets Grade.
Glencoe and L'Orient Streets.
Cnr CLBUK'sOrncr, ) -
St. Pail, Mis*., October 4, 1884. \ .
Notice is hereby given that the Common Coun
cil of the City of saint Paul will, at their meeting
to be he!d on Tuesday, the ISth day of Novem
ber, A. D., 1681, a: 7:80 o'clock, p. m.. at the
Council Chamber, in the city ball, consider and
may order a change of grade on the followiog
streets between the points named, viz:
Glcncoc Street, from Mississippi
to Columbia streets. ; :
JJ Orient Street, between Mount
Airy and Minnehaha streets.
In accordance with and as indicated by the
red lice on the profiles of said streets, and as re- I
ported upon as being, necessary and proper by :
the Board of Public Works of said city, under ;
date of September Bth, \~H, which said report*
were adopted by the said Common Council, at
their meeting he.d Bept»mb«r 1«, 1884.
The proxies indicating the proposed changes
are on file and can be seen at this offlcs). - -
By order of Common Council,
THO3. A. FRK>T)BBGA?T.
oe:S-4w-n<on*ttu City Clerk.
I SCKLLAXEOVS ItKAI. ESTATE.
$1,500. will buy one of the best farms in Great
%5 coucty. with boos* of ; rooms, house alone
co* t 1,-00, only one mile from the county seat, '■
10 acres of the handsomest grove of trees in the j
i rtate, this property must be sold in the next 10 ;
, day*. Fabwxll & Co.. Third and Jackson.
FOB SALE^The desirable lot* : lou i
X 1 comer of r>asaat sreaae and Sixth street, •
2 lots on Rice street, between Iglebert and TUtoa I
street, 10 lou in Irrine's.tecoad addition, front- j
ing on Sereath street, (end of bridge,: IS lot* i
in IrTiae's addition to West St. Paul: alsoaweU ]
established paying business. . Apply to George !
W.Tumhull. US Exchange street. city. 223* ;
T7H>R SALE OB EXCHANGE — A choice tann.
J. fnliy isprored and located one mile from a
Eood town, and win sell chesa. arwefl * Co- I
Third tsdJacbcn streets. I-* I
FIVE CENTS ALINE
~~StTUATIOys IVASTED. ..
T^rr ANTED— Job as night watchman in bank
\.V. ' '■ or wholesale house. Can give good rec
ommendation. Ladd Burin aster, corner. Eaton
avenue and Plato street, West St. Paul. 279-85.
"ITfANTED— By a lady in middle life, a poei-
V T tion in a. private family. Will like any
work but cooking.' Could take charge of invalid .
mother with family of children, I*1 '*' Correspondence
solicited. Address Mrs. L. £. . Hall, Rcdfield,
Spink county, Dakota. ' •'.'■ V.'; \!"~." V '!'. 270 82
Tmtvattoss OFFEIUSIi. ~"
WANTED— Bunch - breakers - and rollers.
Highest prices paid. Apply, to Whiteman
Bros., cigar manufacturers, corner Fourth and
Pine streets. . , ,-,.,.■ 277-83
~ : Male*. . •- j.-j-' s. ' •
WANTED— at 226 Western avenue.
-I-' ; 280-88
WANTED— Tinner at McQuillan & Thurston's
V V No. 116 West Third street. 278-84
ANTED— Two horseshoers. • M.* Cram, 289
WANTED— Two horseshoers. M. Cram, 289
East Seventh street. ■ 277-83
BOY WANTED— to take care of office of Dr
Mcrritt, corner Seventh and Jackson. ] ■
': 277-83 .-..''
XTTANTED — White barber at 638 Farquier
V V street, near East St. Paul Depot, Jos. Glay.
270-82 " • ; ■:-..';
, ■ . !vj Ff>mal*M.
"V\/ ANTED — Good cook, washer and ironer.
V* Apply immediately. Mrs. J. B. Power,
137 Western avenue. 279-80
A GOOD girl for general housework at 349
■ Franklin street. '■>> 279-85
ANTED— A girl for general housework.
Mast be a good cook. Small' family.
Best of wages. Apply to- J. L. McAfee, Daily
Globe office, 321 Wabashaw street, at 10 o'clock
this morning. • • ;~i ? V "-^_" f ;r ' 278
WANTED— for general housework, at
281 like street, :*;■•;>.'=■•' 376-32
WANTED — Competent girl for general
work, in small family. : Good place, good
pay. 534 Summit avenue, between Mackubin
and Kent streets. • " ' " , 275-81
WANTED — Girl for . general - housework at
. No. 227, Iglehart street. ■ Apply at onoe.
..-.■■ :.;'.; 244*.
FQH UK ST. '• :'• ■' : - ■; i
TORE FOR DENT— West Tenth,' good
business point. Rent low. ! Inquire at 506
St. Peter street. , • •:. 278-81
STORE FOR RENT— 224" Western avenue,
between Nelson and ' Dayton. Splendid
opening for notion . and dry goods or boot and
shoe store. Rent low, 278-81
OR RENT— hotel in Fargo, D. T., just
completed with forty-two bedrooms fur
nished, large dining roam and office ; centrally lo
cated near Northern Pacific railroad depot. For
particulars, apply to W. A. Yerxa, Fargo, D. T.
■ >>;■■. Hmtmm
T7IORRENT — house of live rooms, 276 Igle-
X! hart street. \. . 279-280
FOR RENT — A complete furnished 9-room
elegant dwelling, 282 Rice street, next to
Summit avenue, 10 minutes walk from Postofflce,
on street car line; 555 per month. References
required. A. R. Kiefer. 190 East Seventh street.
TO RENT— Dwelling house No. 214 Arundel
street, near Dayton avenue. J. W. Bishop,
155 East Fourth street. 273-81
TTIOR RENT— The residence of~D"TA~Robert-
JJ son, on Sherman, near West Seventh street,
contains 15 rooms; recently rebuilt with modern
improvements. Stable and grounds attached.
Possession given Immediately, Apply to Wm.
G. Robertson, room 7, McQuillan block, corner
Third and Wabashaw street. 276-80
liiOß RENT— The late Bid well residence on
1 Ninth street. Well adapted for boarding
house. Inquire of Edward Langevin, 104 State
street, West St. Paul. 276*
FOR RENT— House, 11 rooms, No. 82 Leech
street, corner Mcitoal. Good water, cellar,
all first-class, ten minutes walk from Bridge
HOUSE for rent, 420 West Seventh street.
■ ■ , 264*
FOR RENT— First-class dwelling, 13 looms,
No. 114 Summit avenue, formerly occupied
by Reuben Warner. Enquire of owner, 11. D.
Gates, No. 132 Summit avenue. 251*
T7K)R REST— A house. Inquire 108 East
X) Fifth street, np stairs, next door to Tempe
rance House. Suitable for boarding house or
T7IOK KENT — A cottage house with 9 rooms in
A thorough repair, at $30 per month. Apply
to J. A. Sabln, Davidson block. 241*
FOR RENT — Large house, ten rooms, on
Franklin near Third street ; ah>o third
story of building of building 155 West Third
street. J. Kellcher, 193 West Third street 214*
FOR RENT— Houses from $8 to §10. Ja7.
Dillon, 235 Commercial street. 202*
OUSKS FOR RENT— Between Twelfth and
Thirteenth streets, pa Robert, L'ri 1..
FOR RENT— A cottage with four rooms,
Pantry end closets, good water and every
convenience. Apply to J. C. McCarthy, Sixth
I7IOR RENT— A Flat, C rooms, 4 closets, bath,
' all modern improvements. M. D. Clark,
No. 297 West Seventh street, 279
FOR RENT— room house on Water
street: five room house on Webster street;
four room cottage on Colbourne street. Enquire
of H. 1!. Montgomery, 49 West Fourth street.
URNISIIED Rooms, en suite, all front rooms,
at "The Mattern,' 387 St. Peter street, cen
tral location. References requited. Dining
rooms in connection October 20, 1884.
TUi.EE good rooms for rent, suitable for man
JL and wife or two respectable young ladies,
585 Broadway. . 277-83
FURNISHED rooms for rent— Two very Ele
gantly furnished — sitting and bed
rooms, suitable for two or more young men.
Inquire at 160 West Third street, first floor.
J >'i: SALE.
FOR SALE — New bouse and bam on Rondo
street, on terms to suit any purchaser. E.
Ingham, 563 Ashland avenue. - 261*
lAKRIAGES— Two extension top phaeton's
\J and a few top, end-springs, and
(debars, all the make of Studebaker and fine
work. They will be fold at cost. Call at John
Kellihers carriage works, 19* and 194 West Third
FOR SALE — A good piano, cheap. Can be
seen at 123 West Third street. 254*
"E^ORSALE — A five-glass Cunningham carriage
JD or hack, cheap for cash. Inquire at 411
Ilenncpin avenue, Minneapolis.-' ■■•>_ P° a 216*
17108 SALE, or will trade for a horse, a at><> 1
7 Halle & DavU piano. Call at once if you
mean business. K. S. ALLEN,
80S* . Eatt Third street.
FOR SALE— One four-horse engine and boiler
complete, ia good order. Inquire at Franklin
Machine shop), corner of Sixth and Cedar streeUs.
LOST— Red and white setter dog, collar, do
mark. Suitable reward for return to 439
Eighth street. 271*
T OST — A time-Dock, near the Omaha shops
JLj containing an order given by J. W. Smith
on P. R. McDonnell. Return to Geo. Warren at
R. C. Lobby £ Co.'s lumber office, Cascade
street. , 278-60
FIXAXCIAI* •■■"<■'■ .jj,^
FOR LOAN on improved city business TJToper-
JL ty, $3,000, for four years. U. L. Lampiey.
■' " ' . 270* : :.'•■■■•■' ■■•■•■ ■-_-_
LOANs on Life Ins. Policies, L. P. Van Nor-.
JIJ man, No. 245, Ist Are. S. Minneapolis. -.
MONEY TO LOAN in sums desired, on real
estate. Sanford A Sanford. 274-80
MACKLEY'S LOAN OFFICE— Notes bought. "
money loaned on fa mi tv re, pianos, horses,
wagons and persons! property at low rates, with
os removal. Offices, Room 7, First National bank
building, corner Fourth and Jackson street, St.,
Pent, and Room 7, Mickey & Leg? ' block, corner
of Fourth and Nicollet, Minneapolis. 207*
A UCTION— Of Dry Goods and Clothing. .If
j\- yon want goods at your own price out of the
dessert and best assorted stock of men's and
boys" clothing: also dry good*. dolmans, cloaks,
white and gray, all wool bed blanket*, spread*,
qailu, etc, attend the greatest closing on: sale
of the season, at the Novelty stores. No. 27 and
29 West Third street, near the corner of St.
Peter street. Auction sales every day at 9a. m.
and 2 and 7 p. m.. until the whole stock is sold
oat. Door* open from 7a. m. until 10 p. m.. to
give you an opportunity to select yonr purchase
for the auction rale. J. Rothschild, proprietor.
C. J. Meilkk*. eacUoteer. B3MI -
. CLOTHIEB3. ■ ;' ' . ;; "
91 'East Third Street!
Are offering the most complete and varied
stock of Fall and Winter Clothing ever
'■ shown In St. Paul. It will pay you to call
and see them if you want a Nobby Suit or
Overcoat. Quality and fit guaranteed
everytime and prices that know no compe
tition. Gents' Furnishing Goods Depart
ment stocked with a fresh and bright in
voice of latest Eastern Novelties.
91 East Third Street,
. Acknowledged by Artists the Best in the World. '
I know of none superior to the Weber and none that can compete with them
for durability.— I eresa Oarrcno.
The tone of the Weber Piano is so sweet, rich and sympathetic, yet so full,
m? Js , nal * always rank you as the greatest manufacturer of the — Emma
Weber Pianos excel all others in volume or tone and in power of expression.—
; There are no Pianos in the world that sustain the voice like the Weber.—
E. O. MUISraEII, .A.sent, St. Paul
SEND FOB CATALOGUES.
llUliMll $ lmh.nl^ S(. Paal, Minn.
____ 58 East Third Street:.
Eff-The latest styles of Imported Goods always on hand. '■ Perfect fits guaranteed.
BOOTS AND SHOES
Bits aid Sloes, JB
Kcw Styles Daily Received. # Jm&gmwSm
331faliasliaffsM Car, ill mm^ M
" ; V. ".V WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS} . • r^A 1 ;^--^'®.; • !
— " » '■■•'..•*. '."•"■TI ' , '
NO "YJSS, BEOS, & CUTLER,
IMPORTERS jm WHILE nm
tb and 70 bibley street, corner Fifth % Bt. I>aul, Minn. ...
~ FAIBBANKS' STANDAKD SCALES!
Eclipse Wind Mills. Tanks and Pumps,
Smith- Steam Pumps and Boilers.
Hancock Inspirators, Lubricator^ eb
FJIRBiMS, MORSE & CO., ,■ ■ 371 & 373 Sibley street
SOOT Airz> BHO3 dbalf.bu?.
*^m SCHLIEK & CO..
'HH «0. 89 EAST THIRD STREET,
SNl^^raL k St. Paul Agency for BURT'S, GBAY'S,
b' ! wkl HE OLD'S, and Many Others.
, ***sijp r "^^^BQgggß I3T VLul order* promptly fiilo<].
BUSINESS COLLEGE. ::C:- Til
AND TELEGBAPHIO INSTITUTE
BtiteDgfirreetUtlittifdltf cl»iir. *to public favor and ha* now enteied upon Its 15th yearnnls
lte moil favorable acipkeM. fceuo lot cat»'3gue, giving lull particulars. Korthweatcor. Seventh
I and Jackson street*. ,„. ■ ' ''"
W. A. FADDIS. Priuoipab
DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS.
The Leading ST. PAUL Manufactory of
SASH, DOORS, BLINDS,
Holdings and Stair Work.
— Have in Stock
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OFFICE AXO JtASK lIJ'.yiTVRK.
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IN NEW QUARTERS^
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I, Mttl«d is hi* •letant Hew Eton ?
Coiner HmOi and Saint Peter tree's.
Where can be found the finest and best of Drags, J
Perfumery, Toilet Articles, Patent Medicines,
etc. Also, all kinds or Garden and Flower Seeds
| in their season.
1 PBBSCBIPTIONS A SPECIALTY
LAURA W. HALL,
MUSIC ROOMS 102 WESTERN AVENUE,
Head of Aehland Avenue, St. Anthony Bilk
. ST. PAUL.
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THOROUGH INSTRUCTION GUARANTEED
References: Mies Marie Geist, Principal of
Musical Conservatory, No. 127 West Third street,
St. Paul ; ai.-o on personal application, reference
to the numerous families whose daughters aim
has taught and is now teacu^ng will be given.
Aii-o, Agent for "Brainard's Musical World.*
tbeo<de«t and best musical journal published,
fcabbcription is 1.50 per annum,
BKISBXM & FAEWELL,
Comer cf Wabasliaw and F«nrth streets.
Ofn Express Office.
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