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THE . CITY.
Yesterday was a perfect autumnal day.
Four children turned up lost in the city
The French Republican club will meet to
night at No. 3SO Jackson street.
The fire department filled up the cistern at
the corner of Josette and Carroll steeets yes
terday. • "
There will be a gospel temperance union
meeting at the Jackson Street M. E. church,
this evening at 7:30.
' A zinc air pipe is being put into the cleric
(•■£ the supreme court's office in the state
capital to irive it ventilation.
Every body was talking about the" Ohio
election yesterday, but it did not seem to be
regarded as much of a shower.
A lawn tennis tournament takes place
next Saturday afternoon and the grounds of
the St. Paul club, Dayton avenue .
W. W. Prendcrgast, of St. Paul, delivered
a lecture last evening before the session of
the Teacher's institute at Farmington.
The state library received volume sixty
nine, supreme court reports of Michigan and
the appendix to the house journal of Canada
I. L. C. Miller, confined in jail for the past
four months by the United States authorities
for selling whisky to Indians, was ordered
released by the United States district court
The Minneapolis and St. Paul bicycle clubs
are to give an exhibition at the roller skat
ing rink on Jackson street next Friday even
ing. Not less than thirty or forty wheels will
The sale of property for delinquent as
sessments for improvements in all parts of
the city took place at the city treasurers
office yesterday forenoon. The sum of
$30,000 was realized from the sale.
Mr. Clias. B. Pottgeiser the brilliant young
musician, will open a music parlor for in
struction on the piano next Monday, at No.
377, Wabashaw street. The enterprise will
no doubt be generously encouraged.
The third annual ball of the Yardrnaster s
Mutual Beneficial association, under the aus
pices of Itaska Division No. 21, will take
place at Pfeifer's hall on Monday evening,
the 3rd of November.
The county commissioners having got the
j'lb into their own hands, renewed laying
the granite walk between Wabashaw and
Cedar on Fifth streets yesterday inside the
regulation width to save tearing down the
Jail yard and court house walls.
A. meeting of Democrats takes place this j
evening at the city hall, to make arrange
ment.--. to attend the Democratic mass ineet
lng at Hudson, VVis., to hear Col. Vilas and
other noted campaign speakers.
The exhibition of Sitting Bull's celebrated
rfks on East Seventh street, is attracting
hundreds of citizens daily. One pair of the
eiks are said to trot a two minute gait, and
it is understood that a race is being ar
Charles Parker and Edward Mason, the Ju
venile bank robbers were arraigned to plead
to the indictment found against them by the
grand jury, before Judge Brill, yesterday,
but on Intercession of their attorneys the
pleading was postponed until Saturday.
There will be a meeting of the Woman's
Christian Temperance union this afternoon
at 3 o'clock, (the hour has been changed
from 4 o'clock,) in the parlor of the Y. M.
C. A. Also the "Gospel Temperance union"
meets at the Jackson Street Methodist church
this evening at 7:30 o'clock.
At the First Methodist church, at 10:30
o'clock yesterday morning, Rev. Dr. S. G.
Sutitb united Robert Agnew, of Belfast, Ire
land, and Miss Maggie Agnew. of this city,
in the bonds of matrimony. The ceremony
was followed by a wedding dinner at the res
idence Of ex-Gov. Davis, the bride being a
younger sister of Mrs. Davis.
The gallant Democracy of the Fourth ward
have a meeting to-night (Thursday, Oct. 16)
it (i-ld'-iiii. m's, corner of University and
Farrington avenues. Hon. O. C. Merriman,
Hou. I*. 11. Kelley, Hon. J. B. Brisbin will
be among the speakers, and an address will
be made in German. A general and cordial
iuvitntion is given to the citizeus of the
ward and city to attend.
The Jury hearings in the district court
calendar are fully up to the time set for their
hearing at the present general term. It is
expected that the case of the state of Minne
sota vs. Francis Jackson ct al. will be taken
up to-day. The state brings the action
against Messrs. Jackson and Bottler resid
ing near Brain erd for catting wood off of
school lands. The amount of wood cut .was
about 1300 worth, the damage! were placed
by the state triblc that amount.
The Summit park electric mast was lighted
last night for the first time, and early in the
evening quite a congregation of people
gathered in the park and upon adjoining
streets, to witness the effect. The location
of the mast upon the eminence at the head
of West Third street hill, being the junction
of Dayton, Summit and Nelson avenues,
and Josette street, renders the light of the
six powerful lamps one of the greatest benc
llt. that may be bestowed upon that portion
of the city, It is an improvement worthy
of the name.
Mr. Magee and Mr. Ilcrron have returned \
from the Yellowstone park, and have brought ,
to St. Paul a number of horses. Among
them is a bucking horse. Saturdayjlafter
noon a free exhibition will be given out on
the prairie Dear that part of University ave
nue where the Gentlemen's Driving track
has been fenced off. This bucking horse
will be ridden by Mr. Charles Chadburn, and
an exhibition will also be given of throwing
the lasso besides some other feats that will
entertain all who go out.
WHITE in: .\vi-:?;. ,in. Finnic Powell.)
After November l»t. Dr. Powell will be in st.
Paul every Thursday? Friday anl Saturday. Of
uce, Fourth and Cedar street*.
B. F. Henry, NorthuVld.is at th* Windsor.
W. F. Steel, St. Cloud, was in the city yes
C. B. Pratt, Grand Forks, is at the Mer
C. M. Potter, Milwaukee, is at the Metro
Wm. B. Berge, StiUwater, was in the city
Ex Lieut. Gov. Gilman was in the city
A, R. Powers, of Powder River, is at the
M. Conn. mi, Kilkenny, Ireland, Is at the !
11. J. Wilkinson, of Granite Falls, was in
the city yesterday.
M. E. Hartshorn. Crook was at the
Merchants ; wterdav.
N. P. Clark. St. Cloud, and E. C. Stringer, |
Ilystiugs, ire at the Merchants.
M. S. Stevens, Morris, and W. E. Todd,
Albert Lea, arc at the Merchants.
1\ tdwdl, Lo Sueur, and W. 11. Stone,
i as n, were in the city yesterday.
C, F. Brown, St. Peter, and C* H. Allen,
Dodge Outer, were at the Windsor yester
Mr. 11. E. Robertson, a prominent chem
let of Philadelphia, is visitiu-: friends in thi«
John Huey, of Coleraine, Ireland, and
Win. B. Roe, or London, are at the Metro
C.F. Brown, connected with the insane
asylum at St. Peter, called at the state cipi
Judge Browa, of WOfaoaar, and of the dis
trict court of Kandiyohi county, was in the
S. Sanborn, superintendent of the Wiuona
& St. Peter Railroad company, was at the
Mrs. K. F. Pyfrold leaves thi* city on Fri
day, taking the steamer at New "York for
Nassau. Mrs. P. has been spending the
summer with her parents, Mr. md Mrs. A.
S. i: •
James G. Be— cr, of New York citr. rea- ;
■■■MBMBHUIHUJMIMIIIBMmMKBiMit; _ * * — M I
ident of the Lloyd Plate Glass Insurance
company, called upon State Insurance com
missioner A. R. McGill at the state capitol
[Special Telegram to the Globe.]
Chicago, Oct., — L. E. Heuerd, of
Rushford, is at the Palmer.
J. W. Parsons and wife, St. Paul; J. S.
Medary, La Crosse, and Oliver Gibbs, Jr.,
Lake City, are stopping at the Sherman.
Hon. K. F. Langdon and wife, Minueapo
is, are guefts at the Grand Pacific.
Theodore Borup, St. Paul, is at the Grand
Henry F. Hoyt, G. W. Gripes and Mrs. E.
S. Grigfrs, of St. Paul, are among the arrivals
at the Grand Pacific.
Col. C. J. Monfort, of the Windsor, is reg
istered at the Tremont.
Northwestern at the Tremont: O. Shaw.
Eau Claire; J. A. Reed and wife and -Mrs.
Elliott, LaCrosse; Mrs. and Miss Waugn,
Eau Ciaire; M. E. Trammer, Wiuona. "
General Passenger Agent S. F. Boyd, of
the Minneapolis & St. Louis, is at the Tre
The Winning: Mn^ie Mitchell Pleased
Another Larare Audience Last
Evening 1 .
The enduring and substantial favor ac
corded Maggie Mitchell by the amusement
patrons of St. Paul, was again manifested
last night by the large and good humored
audience that assembled at the Grand to
witness the beautiful aud ro
mantic play, "The Pearl of Savoy."
The play differs very materially from most of
the other pieces in which she has been seen
during the present engagement, inasmuch
as it possesses greater coherence as a drama
and far more merit by way of plot. Tiic
dramatic requirements call for
sustained effort, and the inter
est in the performance never flags.
The "Pearl of Savoy" also affords scope for
the display of the best talent possessed by
the company, several of the roles requiring
pronounced dramatic ability. In other words
it is not a one part play, and this
feature is especially commendable
as the opportunity is utilized to great and
enjoyable advantage by several artists
in the company.
Miss Mitchell impersonated Marie, a role
that calls for a display of all her powers
of versatility. The play opens
with a view of her humble
homew here the auditor is informed of the
conspiracy to effect her ruin. The transition to
decent but still humble and honest compe
tency in Paris aud from there to tha gay
salon's of the nobility is rapid. The sup
posed treachery and unfaithfulness of
her afliauced ensues, and from
the light hearted, trustful girl,
radiant with hope and attired in silks and
jewels the auditor beholds Marie as the in
sane outcast, shrinking from the cruel curse
of her father. The play has a happy finale
in which Marie is restored to her reason vir
tue is rewarded and all is as merry a wed
The role of Marie was marked by the fas
cinating power characteristic of all of Miss
Mitchell's Impersonations. be was by
times the gay-hearted, happy hoyden, the
sincere and trustful sweetheart and last the
distracted, injured, pitiful outcast. Her
versatility was shown throughout
the performance and her art was
never seen to better advantage.
Miss Lillian Andrews, as Chouchou, was
splendid. She enacted the bright, witty
and sprightly dan sense in a manner at once
artistic and captivating. Mr. Abbott was
line as Arthur, as he always is, and -Mr.
Galloway gave a spirited and
very enjoyable performance of Pierrot.
Mr. MeCiaunin Is a sterling actor and he
enacted well the role of Commander. As
said the entire cast was very good.
This evening "Mignon" will be given. It
is a beautiful play and haa not been seen
here before in years.
The sale of seats for the engagement of
Newton Gottbold in his romantic drama
"Micaliz, or a Double Life," opens to-mor
J.ong Drawn Out.
The most remarkable cures of rheumatism,
aches and pains, on record, ranging from
ten to twenty-five years, are credited to St.
Jacobs Oil, the great pain-conqueror, by in
desputable testimony. Price 60 cents.
THE CHALLENGE ACCEPTED.
Prof. Barnes to Meet Me Alpine in~a
Match With Hard loves.
In Wednesday morning's Globe Tom
Mi-Alpine, the "noted sport," made known
his wishes to meet any Minncsotian in a
ooxing contest, six rounds or to a finish, for
$200 to $500 a side, preliminary deposit to
be made with the Sporting Editor of the
Bun. Last night Prof. J. S. Barnes called
at the Globe office and left bis preliminary
deposit and the following note:
To the Sporting Editor of the Globe.
Dear Sik:— l see by yesterday's Globe
that I am one of Mr. Thos. Me Alpine's pre
ferred ones that he wishes to meet in a
match with hard gloves. Permit me to say
in reply to his challenge, although I am not
anxious to fight anyone, as I can make
money easier than fighting for it, but as Mr.
McAlpinc is spoiling to get at some one in
Minnesota, I herewith enclose my check for
$25 to make a match with Mr. McAlpine for
£200, to take place in three weeks (to a
finish), English prize ring rules. The match
to be private; each to '!>•• allowed six friends.
Trusting this will suit Mr. McAlpinc, as I
do not wish to fight for gate money, I am
most respectfully yours,
Jxo. S. Barnes.
ST. MICHAEL'S FAIR.
Closing >*i£ht of the Great and Suc
cessful West Side Fair.
St. Michael's church fancy fair was brought
to a close last night. There was very little
left to attract a crowd except bare tables and
empty booths, nearly everything hav
ing been sold and removed,
and yet there was a goodly
number in attendance up to the very last
moments, the matter of interest being the
voting for the gold watch and other prizes.
The fair has been an eminently successful
one, but the managers are not able to say to
what extent the church will be benefited, be
cause those in charge of the booths have uot
made their report, but a full statement will
be racde in Sunday's Globe, including a
list of the lucky prize drawers. Too much
praise cannot be bestowed upon those who
had charge of the stalls, for there has not
been a fair held in this city at which so few
articles remained unsold at the last day.
Any Man Who Has a Dollar,
And wants to be rid of debility, dyspepsia or
any of those wasting diseases which drag
people down and make them wretched, can
invest his money wisely In a bottle of
Brown's Iron Bitters. Mr. Minnix, of Ana
costia. D.C., says "there is no question about
it, Brown's Iron Bitters is the best thing in
the world to tone a person up. It improved
my appetite and restored my health." When
you consider that for the price of .-. good
dinner you can buy what will enable you to
enjoy your dinners, it seems a pity to go
without Brown's Iron Bitters.
Spirits in Minnesota.
Deputy Yaws. of Collector Bickel's office,
reports the quantity of liquor oa hand in
Minnesota, Oct. 1, us follows:
Domestic spirits 194, gil'ons
Foreign spirits 5,£77 •♦
Total 133,919 »
From almost every section of the State
coaie reports of a ceaeral improvement o£
the health of our people, due no doubt to the
influence of Dr. Boll's Cough Syrup.
Fancy Roller Skating 1
The roll i skating rink, on the corner of
Jackson and Tenth streets, Las secured the
services of Paul L. KleUt as floor manager.
He teaches plain and fancy ska;.. so thor
oughly tLat proficiency is acquired by the
pnpil la five days.
White BeavcrV Conch Cream.
A soothir.^ composed of lang healias; plant
i jelecs MaawJathonsj . 50c. DragjisU.
THE ST. PAUL DAILY GLOBE. THURSDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 16, 1884.
A Leading: Citizen Dies.
•• Special Telegram to the' Globe,]
Wisdom, Oct. — E. 11. Strunk, a lead
ing lumber dealer of Windoin, died last
night of typhoid fever. The funeral will oc
cur at Lake Crystal Friday. The remains
were taken there to-day and escorted to the
train by the lodge of United Workmen, of
which he was a member. Mr. Strunk has
friends in Minneapolis who are expected at
the funeral. A delegation from Wiudom
Will also attend.
Mown Up With Giant Powder.
Somehset, Pa., Oct. 15. — A number of
Hungarian laborers undertook to drill out a
charge of dynamite and giant powder which
had failed to explode, at Btoogh'a cut,ou the
South Pennsylvania railroad, a short dis
tance north of this town, this, evening. An
iron drill was used for the work. A spark
ignited the powder and a terrific explosion
followed. One man was killed, another had
his right arm torn oil and a number ol others
were badly bruised and burned.
On a Tour of Inspection
[Special Talearam to the Globe!
Fargo, Dak., Oct. 15.— Messrs. J. F.
Oakea, jJ. T. ODell, C. B. Lnmborn, C. P.
Fee and J. M. Haunaford, general officers of
the Northern Pacific railroad, came in this
evening over the Fargo Southern on a tour
to inspect all parts of the Northern Pacific
and branches. . They go to La Moure to
['■Vail Street News, j
"I see,'" he said, as he folded up his paper
"that the Louisville & Nashville Railroad
wants further financial relief."
"Does it, replied the other, as his hand
involuntarily went to his pocketbook.
"Yes; needs it bad."
"Well, I'm sorry, and I hope they won't
blame me. That stock has shrunk me out of
over §12,0C0 in the last five yean, and I
don't know what else I can do. That's all I
had to lose."
Grand Democratic llally,
On Thursday evening, Oct. l(sth.
Cleveland, Hendricks & Mt-rriman clvb — at
Gclderman's store, corner University and Far
ringlon. There will Be present to address the
meeting: Hon. O. C. Merrirnau, Hon. P. 11.
j Kelly, John B. Briebin, Esq., and many others.
| (expect also to hear address made in German.)
i respectfully invite all citizens of the Fourth
ward ui:d city to be present.
, L. A. NORMANDIX, -
President Fourth Ward Club.
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A epecfal communication of Ancient Landmark
Lodge No. 5, A.-. F.-. & A.-. IL\ will be held
in Masonic Hall, this (Thursday) evening at 7:30
o'clock. ' Work in iho M.v M.\ degree.
iiy order of the W.\ V.'.
Fernahl & "Wheeler,
At 341 Jackson are offering rare bargains in fur
niture, previous to removal to 232 and 230 Seventh
Street, where they will be pleased to meet their
friends after October Ist, with a large stock and
Grand reopening of grocery store, 34S Uni
versity avenue, connected with sample room,
Saturday, October ISth, by
A. F. Hjjtjeb.
Saves money, time and trouble. Non- csplo
sive. The genuine "Acme" Fuel Kindler. Ask
A. P. Wilkes, Seven corners; John Boyden,
323 East Seventh street; F. H. Hinnert, 374 Day
ton avenue, and P. C. Lutz, the druggists, who
who are always looking after the interests of
their customers, have now secured the sale of
Dr. Bosaako'a Cough and Long Syrup, a remedy
that never fails to cure coughs, colds, pains in
the chest and all lung affections. For proof try
a free sample bottle, Regular size 50c and Si.
This paper is printed with Geo.' 11. Morrill &
Co/ 1 improved perfecting press news ink. It is
also used by all the principal newspaper! in the
U. S. and Canada. Western unite, 51 and 00
Franklin Street, Chicago, 111.
This powder never varies. A marvel of purity
strength and whole Mueaass. More economical
than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold in
competition with the multitudes of low test, short
weight, alum or phosphate powder?. Sold only
in cans. Royal Rab3M Powder Co., V.'ail
street. New Yort.
Omen Boakd or Fire Commissioners, )
St. Tall, Octet-.- 16, 1884. J
Sealed bids will lie received by the President
of «tui« Board up to Friday, October — Jth, at
12 m, for
FOiR TI!O1S1\D (4,000) BUSHELS
(More or loss), b at quality
Jo. 2 White Oats,
! For use of Fire Department of City of St. Paul,
I for one year from date of contract, to be dcliv-
I ered at such times a: d ia each quantities as
. called for by the Chief Knc i tr.
The Beard reserves the right to reject any aad
Proposals to be endorsed "Proposals for Oats,"
: and addressed to F. R. Delano, President Board
j of Fire Commissioners.
By order of the Board,
: 290-95 Secretary.
EENNEY & HUBNEH
m acd !8 W«f Third Strs*t
Opposite Metropolitan HoteL
FOR LOAN en improved city business proper-
JD .j $2,000, for f oar years. U. L. Laiapiey.
LOANS ca Life Its. Policies, L. P. Van Nor
i ±J lasa. No. 243, Ist Are. B. Minneapolis.
MACKETTS LOAN OFFICE— Notes bought,
coney loaned on fcraitnre. pianos, bones,
■wagons asd personal property at low rates, with
out resovsL Gtiice*. 8000 7. First National basic
bniidisg, corner Fourth and Jackson street, St,
i PaaL acd Boom 7, Mackey & Leg; block, comer
i tf Focrth sad Xicolle:. liiaaespolii. 2iT»
111 9 T T IT'
Those Dwelling houses oae block
West of the Laurel Avenue
Street Car Barn.
Wo have just sold another of them, anil only
four remain. We ; have painted them so far to
BHit the tastes of the purchasers, and are ready
to give them the coat you desire.
It only takes a small amount of cash down to
buy one, the remaining payments being so easy
that any one who wants to Ret rid of paying rent
can have a home of his own.
Well built, sung, convenient; good neighbors.
The loan market is quite active. We have
made a large number of loans of larije and small
amounts within the last few weeks, and funds
are now coming along so that we are able to ac
commodate applicants in sums from §500 to
: The market is more lively than it has been since
People are beginning to realizs that St. Paul
has become a city, and a great commercial center,
and that current prices have come to stay.
The developments out towards llamhne have
stimulcted inquiry in that direction. •;'
We oiTcr 110 acres north of University avenue
in what is known as Hyde Park addition, in lot*
The handsomest residence lots in town, near
Mr. Ingcrsoirs, Summit park. Street cars,
electric light, and every convenience.
A large list of dwelling houses and real estate
: el every description.
COCIIRIN & NEWPORT,
S. W. Cor. Jackson & Fifth-
We have just 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 Brainerd alone execpted. The lots
are started at very low prices §23 to 875 a pieces
and will show a very handsome advance by fall,
Livingston is less than two years old, with a
population of over 8,000 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 tho
It is the geographical center of the E. R.
It has immense machine shops, with capacity
for several hundred.
It is in the center of a very rich agricultural
country. . .", ■ .■_ .•_,.;.;
It is the headquarters for an immense grazing
It is surrounded 6y coal, iron, copper, silver
and gold mines
It is the supply depot for the mines of Cooko,
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
National Bank and a daily newspaper; it also hag
two weekly newspapers and the best hotel in
Montana. It has the only deposit of limestone
on the line of road from Duloth west. Some six
or .-even lime kilns are now in operation, also
plenty of brick and fine brick clay. Hot springs
exist (176° temperature) within twelve miles of
town, which excel! those of Arkansaw. The Uuion
Pacific R. R. will soon be built to the town.
This company, L'nior. 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 Bale by
C. LIVINGSTON & CO.,
63 E. Third street, St. Paul.
WE G. ROBERTSON,
(Successor to D. A. Robertson & Co.. the oldest
Teal estate agency In Minnesota.)
No. 7 McQuillan Block cor.TMm&Waliasiia?.
(Established in 1672.)
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
Corner Third & Robert streets, fin Savings Bank,)
&T. PAUL, MINN.
Buys, Sells, Collects, Pays Taxes. Negotiates
REAL ESTATE AGEST,
MANNHEIMER BLOCK. - - ROOMII,
St. Paul. - - - Minn.
GRISWOLD & TEEPLE,
Real Estate & Loan Brokers,
KO. 62 EAST THIICT STRK2TI
St. Paul, *;;&;; - Minn
DIAMOND JO LINE OF STEAMERS
For Wir.or.a. La Crosse. Dubuque, Rock Island,
Bnriici;- m, Keoknfc, Qnincy, and
• AH 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.
The elegant, popular and fast eiectric light pas
SatnrSay/Ociefcer 181H, at 10 1 H.
Most enjoyable route South. East or West.
View the famed Mississippi scenery. No heat or
dost. Through ticket* to all river a&d interior
A. G. LONG, Agent,
Dock, opposite Union Depot.
C : .'j Office, St. Paul, cor. Third and Jackson.
Minneapolis Office, 16 Washington avenue South.
ST. LOUIS AMD ST. PAUL PACKET CO.
ELECTRIC LIGHT LINE.
RAPID TRANSIT, LOW KATES.
The Elegant Steamer
j Geo. Davis, Master. N. G. Rhodes, Ori,
Depart* for. St.- Loais and way landings
Wete&y, Ccl 15. at 9 o'ttct a. a
For Passage or Freight Rate*, apply to
." A.DELANT, Agent,
ZZ I Jackics iirt«t, or Lcrec, foot of , r acii;n.
FIVE CENTS A LINE
WANTED — A situation by a dress - maker to
VV" do sewing in a private -family. Address
or call on Mrs. J. D. S.. 500 North street.
' . a3G-93 ■
WANTED — pressman wonts a
situation on job or newspaper. Reference
given if required. Address SI, 9 Globe office.
rTUEAMS WANTED on SJoiut Aiiy street, to-
JL (by. Faber '& Knapp.
WANTED — A lady or gentlera in every town
V V in Minnesota, to soil li Kand McNally &
Co. 'a new dollar atlas." Agents are averaging
from 15 to 25 copies per day. Call on or address
the Continental Publishing Co., sole agents,
Davidson block, corner Fourth and Jacksou
streets, St. Paul. 290-9G
WANTED— Ladies aud young men wishing
to earn $8 to $5 a day quietly at their
own homes; no canvassing; work furnished and
sent by mail any distance. For particulars ad
dress with stamp, Crystallized Photo Co., 53
West Seventh street, Cincinnati. O. 280-92.
~\\f ANTED — A boy of thirteen to fifteen
V V years to attend to a horse and do chores.
Apply at 5j3 Ashland avenue, corner Kent.
W "ANTED— A boy to do writing in an office.
Address E, 29, Globe office. 235-91
WANTED— first-class white barber. Mo-
VV ran Mills, Anoka, Minn. 282*
GIRLS wanted at 332 Robert street. Merchants
dining room. 290-03
ANTED — pirl for general housework,
VY 349 Franklin street. 2&'J-95
GiRI. for general housework. Gco:l wages to
VJT a tidy and competent person. 521 Ashiand
WANTED — Din'n^ room girl at Grand Cen
tral hotel, corner Seventh and Waba
sbaw. • 280-I*2.
FOR RENT— Laige floor for hall or manu
facturing purposes, 369 Robert street.
FOR RENT — A good dwelling, 3 rooms, pan
try, closets, woodsheds, hard and soft
water, at 'end of bridge, west side. Rent only
£9. C. Fitter, S3 Filhnore avenue. 29j
FOR RENT— A furnished house of 3 room.-,
cellar, wood shi d and all modern conve
niences. One block from postoflic-'. Address
! G, 42, Globe office. 290-94
BOARDING HOUSE for rent— A good loca
tion, situated 140 Ninth street, between
Robert and Jackson, formerly Ridwell residence.
Apply to E. Langevin, Sixth ward. 289*
FOR RENT — A house of seven rooms, 445
University avenue. 886-298
HOUSE for rent, 420 West Seventh street.
FOR KENT — Kir*t-c!ass dwelling, 33 looms,
No. 114 Summit avenue, formerly occupied
by Reuben* Warner. Enquire of owner, H. D.
Gates, No. 12;: Summit avenue. 251*
T7*OR KENT— A house. Inquire 103 East
JL* Fifth street, up stairs, next door to Tempe
rance House. Suitable for boarding house or
store. . 24S*
FOR RENT — A cottage house with 9 rooms in
-L thorough repair, at §30 per month. Apply
to J. A. Sabin, Davidson block. 241*
FOR BENT — Largo 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 KENT — Houses from S3 to $l(T. Jus.
. Dillon, 235 Commercial street. 202*
HOUSES FOR Between Twelfth and
JIL Thirteenth streets, on Robert, UriL.
Tj^OK RENT— A cottage with four rooms.
-L Pantry and closets, good water and every
convenience. Apply to J. C. McCarthy, Sixth
"VXTANTED — A connected suite of three or four
YY furnished or partially furnished rooms
(no objection if suitable for light housekeeping),
by a responsible party without children. Refer
ences given. Address "W. 11. P.," Globe office.
FOR RENT — Furnished front rooms suitable
for light housekeeping or gentlemen. 129
East Eighth street. 21 0 01
"IT^OR RENT Unfurnished room fur one or two
JJ ladies. Help at housework taken as part
pay. 16 West Tenth street. 290-97
17TDKNI8HKD rooms for rent — Two very Ele-
X 1 gantly furnished rooms — and bed
rooms, tuitable for two or more young men.
Inquire at ICO West Third street, first Hour.
I Olt SALE.
FOB SALE— Saloon and billiard hall cheep
Proprietor ju.-ldii-.1. 863 Mississippi street.
FOR SALE or rent to a private family, the
. premises No. 26 Kiu-t Exchange street, oppo
file the capitol. E. C. Palmer. 288*
FOR SALE — house and barn on Rondo
? street, on terms to suit any purchaser. E.
lNL'ham, 563 Ashland avenue. 201*
/~IAKRIAGE!» — extent lon top phaeton's
\J and a few top, end-Springs, and lirewster
sidebars, all the make of StuJcbaker and fine
work. They will be told at cost, (.'all at John
Keliiher's carriage works, 192 and 194 West Third
FOR SALE — good piano, cheap. Can be
seen at 122 West Third street. 254*
TTIOR SALE — A five-glass Cunningham carriage
Jj or hack, cheap for ca-h. Inquire at 411
Ilenncpin avenue, Minneapolis. 210*
FOR SALE, or will trade for a horse, a goo
JD Ilallet A David piano. Call at once If you
mean business. E. S. ALLEN,
20S* 342 Eabt Third street.
MISCELLANEOUS liEAL ESTATE.
$1,500. will buy one of the best farms ia Grant
county, with house of 3 rooms, house alone
costsl,SOO, only one mile from the county scat,
10 acres of the handsomest grove of trees in the
Hate, this property mutt be cold in the next Id
days. FAUvtLL & Co.. Third and Jackson.
TT'OR SALE OR EXCHANGE— choice Ism,
-1- fuiiy improved end located one mile from a
good town, and will sell cheap. Farwell &l Co.,
Third and Jackson streets.
k lv.ixAc.ri.s An riona.
A DMINISTRATOR'SSALE OF HOUSEHOLD
J\. Goods by Auction — I will sell on Monday,
October try. at 10 o'clock a. m., at the former
residence or the laic Bartiet Presley, corner of
Cooper and Eighth street", the entire content*
cf that large house, viz: Parlor furniture and
pictures, ea«y chair.-, tables, car.l table, dining
room furniture, kitchen (anil tare, bedroom sets,
carpets, stoves, coal stoves, etc., etc.
P. T. KAVANAGH,
Jon* S. Robert«>ov. Administrator. 233-94
Important BUSINESS CHANGE— §SO,OOO
JL worth of Beauy-Male Clothing and Furnish
ing Goods at less than Cost, Hariagmade a very
favorable purchase of the large stock and busi
ness of the old auction hou-<- of J. M. Warner,
I will offer at Private sale the eutire stock of
clothing and furni.-hing soods, boot-sand *hoes,
etc., of the late firm, at less than cost, at the old
stand, corner Cedar and Third streets, where I
will be found hereafter.
2--91 P. T. KAVANAGH.
FOUND ON MY FIELD— whits cow with
red cars, which can be had br paying cost
cad damage done John Fogelberg, near Ames
farm. Sti l*ater road. 200
~ry (~\ (~\~TZ~ C! — School, miscellaneous and
XjVJ V/JLv»O standard works of fiction;
blank books, scrap books. histories, dictionaries*, 1
etc.. at A. D. Haslett's, 181 East seventh street,
near Jackson. -
Om A TIONERY— A fall line of fancy writing
O X J\- papers, pens, pencils, inkstand?,
albums; writing, jewelry an dressing cases; a
full line of commercial stationery for office use,
st prices as low a« the lowest. A. D. liaeiett,
IS3 East ScTenty street, near Jackson.
STOVE REPAIRS, comer Eighth and Cedar.
Stoves ec: up and blackened. 253-34
\MxtT?**'*s'£'Sj% -r m t TT rT " I 1
SB^HBHBR E3tabliii2di2lST2:crthcc^ro [
t?&>i>i-— 'Viol Cancer, Tumor*. Ulcers, '
B T a TiW'** ■&»»!-■ —■'■■- and fciia Diseases,
—, fifiprrr too c&sor Kcifa or loss Of bkod and li:tio j
cAia. For iafcnuttioz:. circulars and references,
adidieas l*r. if. JU i"O.Si>. Aurcrs, &&ao Co, IX j
91 East Third Street!
Are offering the most complete and varied
stock of Full 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
evcrytime and prices that know no compe
tition. Gents' Furnishing Goods Depart
ment stocked with a fresh and bright in- <
voice of latest Eastern Novelties.
Satitil bt TRfor
. 91 East Third Street,
*" "» tJ&tm*J Jsmcwdr ■JL**J! -JLm »lj viha ™£- 3 *L- M & V*K=J? U
Acknowledged by Mists the Bost la the World.
If: now of none superior to the Weber and none that can compete with them
for durability.— i ercsa Carres©.
♦t ™ toa . eof * !l « Weber Piano is so sweet, rich and sympathetic, yet so full,
that I shall always rank you as the greatest manufacturer of the Emma
Weber Pianos excel all others in volume of tone and in power of expression.—
1 here are no Pianos ia the world that sustain tho voice like the Weber.—Em
E. O. MUNGEB. Parent, St. Paul
SEND bOB. CATALOGUES.
5R East Third Street
*=*~ The latest styles of Imported Goods always on hand. Perfect flts guaranteed.
*" ■ . '
BOOTS AND SHOES
Sew Styles Daily Received. -^HPSV
mmaim fig, m
3STOYJES, BROS. & CTJTLIKK,
warn as mum wsm
€6 and 70 bibley street, corner JTiftft^ tit. Paul, Minn,
~ FAIEBANKS' STANDAEFsCALEST~
Eclipse Wind Mills. Tanks and Pumps,
Smith- Steam Pumps and Boilers.
Hancock Inspirators, Lubricators cli
FJIBBMSjORSE & CO., ■ 871 & 373 Sibloy
BOOT AKD BHOa OJBAZiITSB.'
SCHLIEK & CO..
SO. 89 EAST THIEI) SIEEET,
RSCHLIEK & CO..
SO. 89 IAST THillD SUMT,
3W St. Paul Agency for BUST'S, QUAY'S,
ts^S^h^^S^^^S\ EEYJMOLD'S, and Many Others.
■^OGl&ife^j^ajgß t&" Mail orders promptly filial.
"and TELEGRAPHIC INSTITUTE
Bu iciig »irre cell! i:ftct:it« titiß »to public favor and ban now enteied upon Its 15lh yearanls
ite molt is>cralie auepicefc fccta lei tat»'3gue, shiiig tull particulcra. Northwest cor. Soventfc
wd Jackson street* ,„ M U"-"-^^
»V. A. ADDIS, Principal*
DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS.
The Leading ST. PAUL Manufactory of
SASH, DOORS, Blji|
Moldings iiad Stair Work.
Have In Store, Jackson, near Eighth street, a
large stock of
Make to Order
OFFICE ASD JiAXK IUISITURB,
FACTO BY— S'rwt & SfTon Corners
IN NSW QUARTERS^
P, J. DREIS,
If Kittled in his elegant New Stora
Comer Mi aM Saitietsrs'Ws.
Where can be foand the finest and best of Drags,
Perfumery, Toilet Articles, Patent Medicines,
etc Al*o, ail kinds of Garden and Flower Seeds
in their teason,
PEESCBIPTIOI* S ASF£OIAIiTT
LAURA W. HALL,
3ICSIC ROOMS 10? WESTERN AVENUE,
iitituoX Ashland Avenue, St. Anthony UilU
PI 18, ORCLU' MD liARiIMY
TUOIiOUGII ISSTKUCTION GUARANTEED!.
References: Mihs Mamie Geibt, Prlncipalot
Musical Conservatory, No. 127 West Third street,
St. Paul; aibo on personal application, reference
to the numerous fumili<;» whose daughters aha
has taught and 2» now teacn.ng will be given.
Also, * gent for "Brainard's Musical World,*
tbeolde't and best musical journal published.
Subecription 81-50 per annum.
EEISBIN & FAKWELIi.
Corner (ilWal)ashaw and Fourth streets.
Crei Express Office.
mNTC BItTERS \
rbo nost Elegant Blood Purifier, Liver Invigora-*
or. Tonic. and Appetizer ever known. The flrai
BHters containing Iron ever cdveitigedin Ameri.
ca. Unprincipled perrons arc imitating the namol
look out for frauds. See /Ci /??) a** \
that the following iisna- /" ljj£>Wl ff J \
tar* is on every battle and ArsT/ /H l/// _.
tal". aoae otter: yfW-^-^y fUU(^\
ST. PAUL, 3IINN. L/ I/ruggist & Chwaig