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• THE CITY.
• ; CITY GLOBULES.
A new heater was placed in steamer No. 2
11. C. Goodell, from Atchison, Kansas, is
in the city.
Three deaths were reported at the health
The scarlet fever cases at No. 407 Ex
change street have all recovered.
The committee on streets, of the council,
will meet at 3 o'clock this afternoon. '
. A regular meeting of the board of educa
tion is announced for Monday evening next.
The first grand ball of the A. O. H. Divi
sion No. 2, occurs at Market hall this even
Mr. Hub C. Schurmeier is arranging to
erect an ice skating rink at the corner of
Ninth and Jackson streets.
Governor and Mrs. Hubbard will occupy
their old quarters at the Merchants hotel
after November first, for the winter.
August Koebel was found to be insane at
an examination at the probate court yester
day and will be Bint to St. Peter to-day.
Two fellows were making their way up to
Mendota yesterday morning on foot, when
one of them held the other up and took from
him a revolver and a small sum of money.
Yesterday afternoon Judge Burr and a jury
took up the case of August Peterson and Oie
Anderson, charged with stealing a sail boat
▼allied at $15, from Chas. Neidhauser, of
the Sixth ward.
A. 11. Nicolay's auction sale of University
avenue and Ellen street lots, yesterday after
noon, was largely attended. Lots on Uni
versity avenue sold from $785 to $790 each,
and lots on Ellen street sold from $505 to
$520 each. ';• ;J] : .
Arrangements have been made for a set-to
between "Big Sullivan" and the renowned
colored champion pugilist Smith, for $100 a
Bide. The battle Mill come oil on Sunday
next at the same time and place a 6 the Mc-
Some one secured the insertion of an ad
vertisement in yesterday's Globe announc
ing a birthday ball at the residence of Wm.
McNilty. Mr. M<-N:liy indignantly demurs.
!!•■ says he isn't advertising birthday balls,
and hi thinks it a very poor joke that was
A couple of Minneapolis coppers visited
St. Paul yesterday and identified James
Bcanlon, held to the grand jury on Wednes
day for robbing Mrs. Leech, of the Sixth
ward, as the man who beat a granger at the
Washington boose, Minneapolis, about two
waeks ago out of $180.
The four round glove contest to take place
at Market hall on the seventh of November,
between Barney Smith, of this city,and Patsey
Cardiff, the noted Chicago pugilist, bids fair
to be one of the most exciting exhibitions
ever given in St. Paul. Smith is training
constantly, and as he is in fine trim, the
chances are that he will win the contest.
The Park Congregational church people
give a deligtful little entertainment at their
church on Mackubin street to-night. It is
to be a social gathering entirely and music
will be the feature of the entertainment.
There is to be no admission charged and
lovers of really good vocal and instrumental
music should let nothing keep them from
The denizens at the state capitol were
electrified at the daring feats of a knight of
paint pot who ascended, the spire of the
Church of St. Louis on the corner of Waba
shaw and Exchange streets yesterday, and
after regilding the cross thereon, swung
around the pinnacle shaft and tower sus
pended by a rope, with as much sang f roid
as though he was merely daubbing a gate
"The baby is sleeping" — last, yes ! But
she would not have slept, nor would her
mother, had not that fond parent been in
duced to try Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup. It
cures the croupy cough that sounds bo like
nails being driven into the child's coffin.
E. B. Iludson, Chicago, is at tho Windsor.
L. H. Parker, Wyoming, is at the Mer
Gluts. G. Wood, Boston, is at the Metro
W. T. Silvester and wife, Fargo, are at the
Oliver Gibbs, Jr., Lake City, is at the
Conductor Win. Kemp is laid up with a
Peter Campbell, of Ft. Assinnaboine, is
at the Merchants.
C. V. McMillan, of Stevcus Point, was in
the city yesterday.
t CVJ. Smith and wife, Hastings, were at
the Metropolitan yesterday.
M. E. and Louis Danserean, of Victoria,
B. ( '.. are at the Merchants. '
The Mattie Vickers Comedy company were
registered at the Merchants yesterday.
M. EL Tyler, Fergus Falls, and Geo. Long,
of Mankato, were in the city yesterday.
G. W. Dryer, warden of the hospital for
the insane, St. Peter, was at the Metropoli
Geo. C. Rels, Edna, is at the Windsor,
lie is one of the bonanza farmers of the
A. M. Knight, Glencoc; V. L. Craig,
Spiritwood; F. B. Smith and wife, Duluth;
L. 11. McKusick, Pine City, and J. L. Smith
and wife, Brainerd, are at the Merchants.
Mr. Joseph Levy, the business manager
for Lawrence Barrett, arrived in St. Paul
yesterday. He is looking after the interests
of his company, which appears here week
Gen. George W. Jones, the veteran and
distinguished statesman and patriot of lowa,
was in St. Paul yesterday. He expresses
himself as confident of a Democratic vote in
lowa that will surprise the natives.
Mr. Chas. H. Hendricks, the nephew of ex-
Boy. Hcndricks, of Indiana, and at present
one of the commissioners of the Yellowstone
National park, is spending a few days in the
:lty. He is the guest of Dr. and Mrs. Dae
Henry L. Stout and James 11. Stout, the
largest blooded sto-k raisers In lowa, were
In St. Paul yesterday, and took the oppor
tunity to go out to the farm of J. J. Hill,
president of the St. Pavl & Manitoba road,
to look over his stock of cattle.
Col. Allen, mine host of the Merchants
hotel, returned to the city yesterday, bringing
up as it were the rear euard of the Sitting
Bull combination. The colonel is looking
fine and speaking of the trip he states that
he had a splendid rest and a first class time
and was now ready to take off his coat and
go to work again. I
[Special Telegram to the Globe. I
Chicago, Oct. — E. B. Drury, St. Paul,
and J. W. Loscy and C. B. Ctntaly, La
Crosse. arc at the Tremont
W. Spence, La Crosse, is ■topping: at the
F. A. Hawley and wife, Minneapolis, arc
guests at Lt'laud.
Geo. W. GMfgga, St. Paul, is amone the
arrivals at the Palmer.
J. P. Hewitt. St. Pah!; Wm. M. McCluer,
Btilhrater, and Mrs. Humbert. Helena, are
among the'borthwesteruers at the Palmer.
The editor of the lowa Sfacts-Anzeiyer, Dcs !
Moines, lowa, states that he was cured of
severe rheumatism by St Jacobs Oil, the j
great pain-cure. 50 cents a bottle.
The Pfeifer's Hall Meetinff,
The Blab) and Loiran club held a meeting
last evening at Pf cifcr's hall which was fairly
«ell attended, the managers having suc
ceeded with the u.i.i of a band, in drawing
together about two hundred people. The
gathering tacked in enthusiasm as much as
it did In numbers. The speakers were Gen .
T. T. AlcxcnJcr, Jndcc Rta. of Minneapolis,
and Co!. James 11. Davidson. The burden
of the speeches was made apol a rche&rs» 3
Of the " rebellion of twenty years ago,
aad a glorification of the lii»iory
of the Republican party, two mines of Repub
lican eloquence that have .been pretty
thoroughly worked for a number of years,
and do not yield, in this day and generation, •
very much of interest. The old, and well
worked remains of these mines were indus
triously turned over last night, with much
industry, and the struggle to bring out some
thing valuable and interesting was a failure
of large proportions I .' It was a dreary affair
and will not serve to help the Republican
party in this contest.
A Charming 1 Rendition of Romeo and
Juliet— Michael •Strogroff.
It seems puerile in '. speaking of the im
pression Margaret Mather made on her audi
ence last night, to say that it was one of un
qualified success; the impression partook
more of the character of pleasurable aston
ishment at the degree of finish achieved by
her in the manifestation of the art of which
she is fast becoming the consummate mis
tress. No more enjoyable performance of
"Romeo and Juliet" than that of last night
has ever been ■ given on this stage, and in
many respects it was the greatest in the
sense that her Juliet well nigh reaches the
full measure of the ideal. To say that she
has improved the role since last seen in this
city sounds superfluous, for : conceding that
she possesses the natural gifts, so univer
sally accredited, retrogression in this, -her
favorite study, would be impossible. To
speak casually, the impersonation is marked
by numerous niceties, modifications and ad
ditions in tone and coloring that had not
been visible upon the occa
sion of her previous performance.
The character of Juliet, per se, is the classical
and enduring transmutation of all that is
best and most abiding in the love history of
hearts from the beginning of the world, and
in many of its phases it will continne to re
main the type until the crack of doom.
The conception of Miss Mather is all that
is touching, tender and true and as such it
cannot fail to purify and elevate. "With her,
love flashes as a revelation, and the spark
so suddenly kindled never ceases to
burn until eclipsed by ~ death.
Her passion is as pure as it is consuming,
and she invests the character with a. fond
ness and devotion which we have never seen
equalled. What a glamour of sweet
romance surrounds the first two acts!
The beautiful Juliet, and she is beautiful,
loves and is beloved, and with what innocent
devices she seeks to wheedle the nurse into
keeping her precious secret. But the inter
est in the first couple of acts is, by compari
son, commonplace; it is not until the
cruel circumstances of family ties and
parental mandates seeks to raise an impos
sible warrier between her and the object of
her soul's choice that her love becomes
heroic. As the maid she was coy and modest,
scarcely breathing her own secret, as the
wife she is loyal, grand and dauntless. The im
personation was marked, by a sweetness grace
and finish that captivated the hearts of the
audience and she was recalled at the end of
each act while the applause was sincere and
well-timed throughout the performance.
The defects were 6O trivial that they became
lost by comparison, the only glaring fault
being in the habit of ' audible and painful
respiration, a fault which can easily be rein
The cast was uniformly good and accept
able. Mr. Frederick Paulding as Romeo,
displayed the capacity and power of a fine
actor; he possesses a pleasing figure,
a good voice and a generally correct
idea of the text and its meaning.
He shared the honors quite notably, and was
the recipient of several bursts of applause.
Mr. Milnes Levick played the roll of Mercu
tio, as he plays everything, in a highly fin
ished, enjoyable and satisfactory manner,
making a decided hit with the audience.
The nurse of Mrs. Jamison was exquisite,
and Mr. Davidge was simply perfect a3
Peter. The Friar of Mr. Dean was accepta
bly done, and Mr. Ludlam played Tyhalt
fairly well, while both Mr. Dalton and Mr.
Peters were acceptable.
This evening Miss Mather appears in
"Julia in the Hunchback."
The sale of seats for the engagement of
the "Michael Strogoff" company,opensat the
box office of the Grand this morning.
Of the play the New York Herald says: "As
brought out by the Havcrly company it is
both a majestic and massive representation.
Its appointments are grand and picturesque
in chromatic detail, and there is a peculiar
fascination about the successive scenic accom
paniments that defy imitation. It is an im
posing spectacle of rude barbaric significance,
attended with the delicate coloring of Asi
atic imagination and the surpassing richness
of Mohammedan fancy. It is produced
without any abatement of its natural charms,
and preserves all the fascination which char
acterized it throughout the varied romantic
incidents of its scenic contrasts." .
Don't fail to Register to-day«bctwcen the
hours of 8 o'clock a. m. and !» o'clock p. m.
Bricklayer's union, No. 1, give their fourth
annual ball at Turner hall this evening.
The balls of their association have always
been very enjoyable affairs. The best of
order is preserved and everything done to
entertain visitors. The First regiment band
supplies the music.
. Thing* Worth X now in/.
There are a great many such things. One
is, that there is no use of oaring dyspepsia
unless you really like it and want to have it.
It is an established fact that Brown's Jr n
Bitters will conquer this disease in rhort
order and completely. Mr. Daniel i.. Z\":c ;
am. Springfield, Ohio, says, "Brown's Iru.i
Bitters cured die of dyspepsia, nervousness
Coast and Geological Surveys.
Washington, Oct. SO. — The Joint com
mission appointed shortly be fore the adjourn
ment of congress to inquire into the organ
ization and work of the coast and ecological
survey*, signal service and bydrogr
office, will probably meet in this city Novem
ber 11. During the recess the members of
the commission have been collecting the
opinions of scientific gentlemen and the
heads of various .bureaus interested on the
subject under consideration. 'The national
academy of science was asked to . consider
the subject, and requested to furnish a re
port to the commission upon its reassembl
ing iv November. That body referred the
matter to a committee, of which General
kfeigs was chairman. The committee bar
completed its report, but will not make it
public until it has been giTcn t.i the com
mission. It is understood the report recom
mends a radical change. A number of
members of the academy have given ree
expression of their Opinion on the work md
organization of bureaus. They EtTor the
establishment i*f a nun- government depi t
ment, to embrace all bureaus of a acientii c
nature. This would include the signal mi
vice, hydrographfc office, coast and geoloc
ical surveys, light-house board, naval obser
vatory and army engineers work in the
matter of improvement of rivers and har
bors. - '.
. T/io Ohio M!tt!ort.
ICieveland Plaindealer.l •
Like the Marines i:i ••Pinafore," Gov. Cleve
land "means well," and people should Dot ex
pect from him more sense than he possesses. —
That is more than can be said of Bl&inc.
lie does not mean well. lie is a rascal by
instinct and a dnaefßOjEM by profesMon".
He has '.'sense" enough, but tbexv are people
in the penitentiaries who got there from too
much smartness.^ ; % •
Sore* inoneg, tii,. and troub U. Xon-eip?o
sivc. The genuine' •'Acme" Fuel Kindler. Ask
jour grocer. . '
• Law Office Kcmovofl. .
The lair office of Ilortoa & Morrison ha« been
removed from . room ■- > GilSUin block to room
Xo. 302 in the new Drake building on Bait Third
street. " ' ;
Thai paper is printed with Geo. H. Morrill &
Co."c improved perfectia? press new* ink. It is
also used by all tbe principal newspapers ia the
U. S. and Canada. Western office, 54 and 56
Franklin street, Chicago, DL '
THE ST. PAUL DAILY GLOBR FRIDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 31 1884/
HAAS— On Thursday, October 30th, 1884, Casper
Unas, aged SB years.
Funeral m Sunday, November '1884, from
his late residence, 773 West Seventh street, at »'
o'clock, p. m. ', '
Friends invited to attend.
_ _ __ __^
Absolute! v Pure.-
This powder never varies. A marvel of purity
strength and wholesomeneas. More economical
than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be Bold in I
competition with the multitudes of low test, short
weight, alum or phosphate powders. Sold only
in cans. Rotal Baking Powdee Co., ISO Wall
■treet. New Yoj • .
REAL ESTATE. . .V
Those Dwelling houses one block
West of the Laurel Avenue
Street Car Barn.
We have just sold another of them, and only '
four remain. We have painted them so far to
suit 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 get rid of paying rent
can have a home of his own.
Well built, snug, convenient; neighbors.
The loan market is quite active. We have
made a large number of loans of large 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 realize that St. Pau
has become a city, and a great commercial center,
and that current prices have come to stay.
The developments out towards Ilamline have
stimulated inquiry in that direction.
We offer 110 acres north of University avenue
in what is known as Hyde Park addition, in lots
The handsomest residence lots in town, nea
Mr. Ingersoll's, Summit park. Street cars,
electric light, and every convenience. '~- V
A large list of dwelling bouses and real estate
of every description.
, COCHRAS & NEWPORT,
S. W.Cor. Jackson & Fifth-
Extraordinary sale of LOTS, till January fir-:
next. Deal bin-iup c i lots from $100 a piece down -
residence lots a" from i.vj down to $10 each]
Lota run in size from 85x180 to 50x150. All lots
M far Bold have been built on; none sold to - pec
ulator*. Schools, churches, elevator.-*, t-tores,
etc., etc., all built. Bastneaa lots will food
lijir.sr |M,ooil i nil and residence iols £300 to
£500 each. . rPOBT i- i-iiuatid o.i the Little
Full* ft Dakota :;aiiroa<l branch of the X. P. H. K.
in I'ojic county, Minnesota^ ulo.it 1.0 miles from
St. Paul ■::!'.*• miles west of Sank Centre, and »
mile an 1 a hall north of the celebrated Wc»lport
lake?, surrounded by a' well-settled, lich end
•growing agricultural. ci>u:ii.-;. . is destined td
make a place of considerable importanre.
WIisTPOUT NEEDS A BANK, mi. i to pariii a i
who wCI start one there, we will ullcr big isidi;> i - I
nil lit?. Address, or cu!l on Jowusito iirjjtiietor*.
Venus of i>ate— Half cash, balance in two equal
yearly payments. .
( 1 . iffISfISTOX & CO.,
SI Kast Titir: street. St. rani, j
WM. G. EOBEKTcJO.V,
(SncrcF^cr to D. A. I?obe:t*on £ Co,, the oldest |
ietl estate agency in Minnesota.) ,
Fo. 7 IcQUHaKict nr. k toft?
11KZEKIAII HALL. '" '
(Established in is:?,)
VEAL ESTATE AGE XT.
Comer Third £■ Robert streets. ir. Savin?* Bank,)
>t PAUL. '■■illXX.' '
Bays, Sells, CbQecte. Pays Taxes. Negotiate*
R. W.j ohn so n~
rfil mm sm,
MANXHKiME*. BLOCK. ] .- - ROOilll.
St. Paul. - . . Minn. I
GRISWOLD & TEEPL.E,
Real Estate & Loan Brokers; j
KO. 63 EAST THOU) STREET;'; -j ?§
St.PauL \: V- -:', Minn
. - -,-y i
-'-I gggseg I
KENNEY & HTJDN3&
IS 105 Wort Tfeitowi
ppoaite Metropolitan Hotel.
'■■■1 . ■ .
The Purchasing Public are respectfully in
vited to consult this Bargain Column for
various t articles of Merchandise, offered ', for
sale by St Paul Merchants^ '
...'•^C; v -; .stoves.. .; • •-. ;,;.•'
WI9I l?<>'l'I?Ii wholesale AND RETAIL.
CriLuul Bill.. Agents for. various Eastern
■ . ; w _ Foundries. Finest selection
omArnn • 1" of Heating Moves in the North-
Mill IS I " ? * t I'rnden Stove Co.', 100
KllV.llJhJ.-r East Thirtl street, ':■ , '■
: : PHOTOCRAPHEIt. ___,
/"I reenleafTtiie popular PHOTOGRA
VJT pher, 27 East Third street." Fine light.
Latest 'improvements;- Two -[operators. Fine
work at reasonable rates. ■ v, '•' '" " "
Tl f\ f\TTf\ — School . Books, and standard
IJ I J IU I works of fiction; blank books,
111 I Il\ 11 scrap books, histories, dictiona-
JUUUIXU ries, ".'at. A. D. lloslett's, 183
Seventh street, ' nuar Jackson.- " * ' ■■. .
Pffl 1 TIONERY— FuII line of writing papers,
\' I A ellc '!' inkstands, albums ; writing,
• I ill - jewelry mid ' dressing cases; com
** *> 11 mercial stationery for - oliice . use, at
low prices, A. D. Haslett, 183 : Seventh street,
near Jackson. 1_. ■. . :• . ■.
./-■:| CRAZY WORK, KE.TSIStiriK.
SILK, lc SKEIN; SILK ARRASENE, 4c;
Wool,2^c; Crewels,- be; Filling Silk. 4c;
Chenille, Dc; Tinsel, J sc; Crescents, Banner
Rods, Angora Wool, 20c ; ball; -Ice Wool, 8c;
Saxony and. Shetland,* 20c skein : Crazy Stitch
Books, 25c. Goods sent by. mail.: Price list free.
Donaldson's, 139 Seventh, St. Paul. ' '"
': *:..-. . XICOLAI'S AUCTION'S: ■'■ •
'. A '■• VALUABLE BUSINESS LOTION CAR
XX.roII Street, near to corner Western ■• avenue,
at Auction — A.H. Nicolay will sell at auction,
Monday afternoon, November 6, 1884, at 3
o'clock, on the ground, Lot No. 10, block 2,
Grace's addition: to st. Paul." on Carroll street,
adjoining the corner of Western avenue, between
Virginia and Western avenues, Suitable for
most any business. St. Anthony Hill streetcars
go within two short blocks to this property on
Western avenue. Terms $800 cash, balance in
6 months. A. H. Nicolay, Auctioneer aDd Real
Estate Agent, 116 East Fourth street, next to
corner Robert, opposite New German American
Bank. Nicolay's Real Estate Auction sale. No.
Found running at large within the city, of St.
Paul, in violation of the Ordinances of said city
in relation to impounding* animals' and taken up
by the Pound Master of said city", on the 25th day
of Oct., 1884, and not redeemed, the hereinafter
described animal. ...
Now therefore, In accordance with law, I will
sell at Public auction in front of the Public
Pound, on Fifth street in the Second Ward of
said city, on the Ist day of Nov., 1884, at 10
o'clock in the forenoon, to the highest bidder for
cash: r.;; >^ V.t,
ONE RED COW,
Horns turned in, top of tail white. ■ - -'
■ .. -.* JOHN C.UNIFF...
304-306 Police Officer and Acting Pound Master.
• STEAMERS. . ..,..:.
DIAMOND JO LfflE . OF J STEAMERS
For Winona, La Crowe,' Dubuqnc, Rock Island,
Burlington, Keokuk, Quincy, and
. - All Intermediate Points to
Steamers of this Line, and this Line only, run
Through from St. Paul Dock. This is not a
part rail line, with midnight transfer .'.'. • •
.- .. .-. from car to boat.
51 INTitsjsfT~ir~T« 'Hi ' liTl wHIHI'ii 1
The elegant, popular and fast electric light pas
';'•'... senger steamer
Saturday, Hoyenite.lst r at 10 1 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- Oflice. It* Washington avenue South.
'Office or' the Board of Education, )
St. Paul, Minn;. Oct. 29, 1884, . J
Will be received by the Board of Education until
Wednesday' Evening, Nov. k
At 5 o'clock p. m.. for supplying a'r.d aliasing in
' ' serviceable order w
To the JEFFERSON, MADISON, HI'MBOLDT,
J-'.'.'ANM.IN and QIC IL SCHOOL Bondings, in
occoralaace wi.'i«h4: rtatntori reqairenicut* and
such ;. a. t:r:.: 1 ■:.:..:- asui.l bo ' fiiinl^iicd on
bypKcr.tlon. by linn. L. A. Gilbert. Chairman
I oiiiiiiittee on Heal Estate Merchants Hotel
A bond in the sn:n of :;•..• hundred (5"«»>) dol
;nr, v.ith two sood ?:in-tie*, ea li .■•..-:ir. .. ,• in
tin- r.l>ove amuiiiit, mill be re<]i:irt*d from eaco or
any bidder for faithful performance of above
contract work. .
All bid* niu^t be atfdresaHi to R. Schlsnvaaa,
Pnrvideut of the Board of : B'.nca:>ia, >t. Paul.
Mliin., ? li.jeit to above conditions !u to date and
The" I'.o.rd reserves ths right to reject any ,
or a;ibid». ■ '
OTTO DREIIEn, '
Z) -510 . J-"i-crutarv CuMnl of Education.
mm & FOSTER
offer the » c«: (trades of Anthm.-lto nndr>ituml
nou* Coal at the very lowest ' market lirice*.' ,
1 heir coai.ii> '.-fiL-»h irom the mines and well
kcicened. .'. ..ti their Body ~ Wood i»ii:u}C ot>
equaled In the state. ...* — - ».-•■ - •
A there of your patronage i* solicited.
41 East Third Street
Comer of Cedar.
WI. ■ :iE». • -'' W. B. vo.:.
Sccccs«o» to laiiisi i Rhodes.
. SAILS, STEEL& Bill HARDWARE.
te Blecisinitli's To Is, &c.
2i.es cist ri'na STREET.
Tlie^ Minnesota Stone Coiap'y,
'. . Wholesale and Rcuii Heals rs in
Xerlh River cad Pcm%j!nuiia Bine Stooe,
' SAWED OHIO FLAGGING.
»"; Sidewalk: Flagging a Specialty . " ' *
WIT.r.VAN VOBI<, G.n. Art. A- .Xsnacsr,
— Room 36 Wood's Block, Minneapolis.
■ —Boob 6, Cham. Com. Build' St.- Paul.
FIVE CENTS A LINE
WANTED— .situation as assistant book
keeper, or any kind of oillco work, by a
young lady. Best of references. Address X, tit.
Globe office . , 302-308
,\ -SITUATIONS OFFERED.
WANTED— Girl in t nail family, 05 West
Tenth street. . \ :. -304-310. .
WASTED— A good reliable girl for general
housework Family of three. Must be a
good cook and laundress. An experienced girl
required. Apply at .533 Lafayette avenue.
V. :< . 304-310
WANTED— A girl for general housework, at
349 Franklin street. . • ' • 302-303
WANTED A ■ young lady of experience,
VV wishes a situation in a dry goods store.
Can furnish the best of rcfeiences. Address
W. D. P., Globe office. ; 297-310
'_ Male. . •
WANTED— Five cigar makers, at Gold Stan
dard Cigar Factory, Grand Forks, I>ak.
M. Snlzbach & Co. 802-300
■ FOTI It EXT. ■ w I
FOR RENT— Lai go floor for hall or manu
facturing, purposes, 3C9 Robert street.
(h-( •) A MONTH— Five-room houses on Sher
?pl— I burne's Bluff. P. Allis, 39 Gilttllau
Block. ' 305-307
FOR RKN'T— An 8-room house with closets,
well and cistern. No. 230 Mount Airy, . near
Mississippi street. John Dowlan, 363 Wa'oashaw
street. • •"• •= ■ •"•'.'■■ 204*
171 OK RENT— Two comfortable dwellings on
■ University avenue, near Rice street. Cars
pass house both ways. $25 per month. Apply'
at 183 and 165 East Third street. 304-30ti
TT'OR RENT— Houses from $j to $10 and $20.
-L Jas. Dillon, Commercial street. 202*
FOR — House with six rooms, good cel
lar, cistern and well. Inquire 108 Port©*,
or 91 West Third street. 302*
A HOUSE — 6 rooms and kitchen, cistern and
cellar. Cheap rent for the right party.
C. Casey, 693 East Fourth. 299*
HOUSE TO RENT— On Selby avenue near
"Wes crn, 10 rooms, hot and cold water
Oath and closet, good cellar and everything first
class, 1 street cars., etc. McCarthy & Donnelly.
JIOR RENT— First-class dwelling, 13 looms,
No. 114 Summit avenue, formerly occupied
by Reuben Warner. Enquire of owner, H. D.
Gates, No. 122 Summit avenue. . 251*
FOR RENT— house. Inquire 108 East
Fifth street, up stairs, next door to Tempe
rance House. Suitable for boarding house or
store. ,n 243' .
HOUSES FOR RENT— Between Twelfth and
Thirteenth streets, on Robert, Uri L.
"C^OR RENT— A cottage with four rooms,
-*- Pantry and closets, good water and ever?
convenience. Apply to J. C. McCarthy, Sixth
ward. . . ',-.i ,•,• • «70*
__ Room*. ; :, ;*;';;
I BURNISHED ROOMS to rent, at 45 West Fifth
street. .— •,: 305
FOR Furnished room at 351 North
FOR RENT — 5 rooms and 3 closets, wood-shed,
-1- cistern and well, 109 Leech street. 304-300
FOR RENT— A flat, six rooins7~six~closets
-«- All modern improvem cuts, 297 West Severn
rpWO large front rooms well furnished, singly
-L or together. Low rent to parties who do
not smoke, 11 Summit avenue near Wabrßhaw.
_ 297* «_
WANTED— connected suite of three or four
furnished or partially furnished rooms
(no objection if suitable for liijht housekeeping),
by a responsible party without children. Refer
ences given. Address "W. H. P.," Globe oflice
• ■ \ ■ 285*
TT'URNISHED rooms for — Two very Elc
-L gantly furnished — Bitting end bed
rooms, suitable for two or more voting men,
Inquire at 100 West Third street, first floor.
' - _^ 180*
STOCK SHEEP FOR SALE— thousand
young stock sheep, half wether* an! half
ewes, for sale at Delaney & irior's Stock
Yards.- ■ • • • • soft*
SALE— At Pork Packing bouse, comer
Eighth and Minnesota streets, hi g heads,
plucks, sausages, leaf lard. J. T. McMillan
2-J.l-30S s >;.; ;- c -
FOR SALE or rent 10 a private family, the
premises No SO East Exchange street, oppo
site the capitol. B. C. Palmer, 25J3*
FOR SALE— New house ami barn oil Rondo
street, on terms to suit any purchaser. E.
lugham, 503 Ashland avenue. 261*
CtARRIAGKS — Two extension top phivtou's
J and a few top, cud-springs, and Brewster
sidebar?, all the make of Snide! r and fine
v.ork. They will be cold at cost, call at John
Kelliher's carriage works, 102 aid li\ West Third
FOR SALE— A L-. -I piano, cheap.' Can be
MCI) nt 122 West Third street. 254 •
FOR SALE — .ivf-gl.i>-Cuii]ii!i ... i::i carriage
_T or hack, cheap for cs-!t. Inquire at ill
Hennepiu avenue, Minneapolis. 2!o*
ITIOR SALE, will trade for a horse, a goo 1
Ballet «t Davis piano. (V.I at 1 ace if you
mean business. 1.. S. ALLKN,
-'0;» . :42 ;. ...: Third street.
Folt LOAN on improved city business proper
- ty, $",000, for four 3 ears. U. L. Lamp.ey.
LOAMS or. Life In-. Policies, ~1~ P. Van Nor-
J-J man, No. 245, lstAve. S. Minneapolis]
MACKEY'S LOAN OFFICE— Notes nought,
money loaned on furniture, pianos, horves,
wagons und personal property at low rules, with
cut removal, Oiliccs, Uobm 7. First National bank
Lullding, corset Fourth and. Jackson street, St.,
laul, and Room V, Mackey 4 Leijg Woe*:, corner
< 1 Fourth and Nkullet, Minnc.-ipolU. 207*
j:f.j..i.\i:ors heat, estate.
$1,100, will liny one of the beat (arms in Grim:
county, with boose of a room*, bouse alotu
c</t-ttl,'-4K>, oily one mile from the county sea:,
Kiccri-s of the iiandsoine-t glove of trees in the
ate, this property must be sold in lhe next li)
d-»ys. F.in-.ti.i. £ Co.. Third and Jackson.
i;iOR SALE OR EXC -II ANGELA « hoice lam,
JL fully improved i;! i located one mile from a
food town, and will sell cheap. Farwcll & Co.,
'i hud and Jackson straefs.
.7. it f>ui s « 111 i.iy.s jvc no x.
OVERCOATS, MEN'S AND BOYS' CLCTII
i«g at Ani:o:i, To-Day, at the Novelty
Stores, 27 and 23 West Third street, mar «-».mtr
of L-t. Peter. IJemenil.er the place. Coeds :it
your own price. Auction tales 10 a. ia., 2 and
7p. m. Door.* open .ill day. :■•! •
R- 11 IJf.TLARS, CLOAKS, DOLMANS.
V 1 li.l'!.i.ii'» cloak* and harelockt, unite, red
and t'ny oil-wool blanket.-, la i-s' fur.-.i-liii..
dry Bjood«, at MHtkM, to d: ; . at J. Rothschild's
Novelty stoic*. 27 and 23 --t Third strict.
C. J. MEil.li
■33 1 .5 - •' Audi Sa'csman.
visr 1.1.1..1:. rors.
~V\7 ANTED — A lunch counter. Apply at once,
»> at 15'j i:e»t Seventh street. * .;.-,
\\rEATIIER STRIPS put on. St. Paul Rub
> > her Co., 10 1 Ea?t Third street. 299-313
■'.' LOST AXI> FOUXI). ,
<Ji9OO I!KV> A KD— I wfilpay the «!>otc re
»p««VJv/ wa rd lor the arrest and conviction j
of the parties' that ktole icy diamond riii^, and
cluster dUmo: pia \n-\ ciam. gold band ring,
one twenty. a:.'l ten dollar gold pieces worn as
chsrtn# ou my watch chain. The above articles
were *to!ca from my p£r.<on ia Pat ' Coafey's la
loca (Olympic theatre), on Toe-day ni^Ut. Octo
\ er 28th. or I will par the s! oe reward for the
return f-t tfce properly. M. Y. FarrelL No. 1*
Ear: Ninth, ft roe t, 305-307
L r '*T — A yellow Irish fetter. C months old.
XJ wart in center of upper lip. Finder will Uc
rewarded by returning to Andrew KilpatricJt, 145
Mount Airy. - 803-307
T OST— In lower town, a ladles" gold watch,
X~i with a short piece of chain and a key at
tached. Finder will be rewarded by returning to 1
No. 55 Weft Third street. SOS-30C
LOST— rA red and white cow, and a calf: .'cow
about four years old. Finder ill be liberal- j
ly rewarded by returning to Fred Cregher, Gough
avenue, West it. P««i, ■ 304-306 j
■ - . ■ . ' ■; CLOTHIERS. - ■ " "
This Season of the year brings to mind the
necessities of Winter, which is rapidly ap
In Clothing and Gentlemen's Furnishing
Goods we show a greater stock than any Houfce
in St. Paul. Styles and lowest prices guaranteed
91 East Third Street!
. : • -
-';,' MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.
"WEBER" PI ANOS.
Acknowledged by Artists the Best in the .World.
I knorr of none superior to tlie Weber ami none that can compete with them
l 0»" durability.— i ercsn Carreno.
1 *>« ■ tone of the "Weber Piano is so sweet, rich and sympathetic, yet so full,
V.!? 1 shall always rank you as the greatest manufacturer of the Emma
Weber Pianos excel all others in volume of tone ami in power of expression.— «
There are no Pianos in the world that sustain the voice like the Weber.—Em
R. O. M'DTSTG-E'R. .A^ent, St. Paul
SEND FOB CATALOGUES.
v FERGUS FAHEY, ~
__ _. " 58 East Third Street. '
E0- lie Jaltßt elyiee cllmported Goods always onhand. Perfect fits guaranteed.
. BOOTS AND SHOES
• da kjvllllillliV) S^^S^
Sew Styles Daily Received. v^^^^S
331 Watesßaw affagf
■_ ' : . - . : ■ '
,r V . : . . • WHOLESALE bhuggists;
NOYES, BROS, cfe CUTLER,
IMPORTERS in imSM warn
_ t& and, lit btbley street, comer Fifth, St. Paul, Minn.
~ IAIBBANKS' STANDAKITsCALESI~
Eclipse Wind Mills. Tanks and Pumps,
• Smith- Vaile Steam Pumps and Boilers
. ! H^^ckjn^pi r ators, Lubricators c
nmm% morse a- co., . gnT37ni^B
SOOT ASD SHOfl ÜBAUIBB. »
m SGHLIEK & CO..
Ml I SO. 89 EAST THIRD STREET,
BarcaißS in Boots & Slioes.
V^ -•. ■ '■ V v St.' Paul Agency for BUBT'S, GBAY'S,
BEYH OLD'S, and Many Others.
i **"mll *i f^ ftp Mail orders promptly tilled.
AND TELEGRAPHIC INSTITUTE
Hit 2cep nrr* cfUM;>t«diU citin tto public faTor and has now cntcied upon Its 15th vearn«4«
ltemoßt l»%c:aUe &utpkc». ttT.o loi cutn'ogne. gWing 101 l particulara. Northwest cor. Seventh
ttd Jackson 1 1 rents. i -.•■■"-■ ■'(>
W. A. FADDIS. PrinoipaU
DOORS, SASn AND BLINDS.
lif a I^l i I
The Leading ST. PAUL Manufactory <!
SASH, BOORS, BUBS,
Moldings and Stair Work.
Have in Store, Jackson, near Eighth -tr<. t, a
large stock; of
Make to Order
OFFICE ASD BASK VUItXITUItE.
FACTORY— Kajrle S're*t & Seven Cotii^ph
IN NEW QUARTERS.
P, J. DREIB,
Ii settled in his elegant New Stan
Comer ffinft; m Saint Peter sjree-s.
Where can be found the finest and beat of Drags,
Perfnmery, Toilet Articles, Patent Medicines,
etc Also, all kinds of Garden and Flower Seeds
in their reason.
PBESCBrPTIOK S ASPSCIAI.TT
LAURA W. HALL,
MUSIC ROOMS 102 WESTERN AVENUE.
Head of Anhlaiid Avenue, St. Anthony Hill,
PIANO, ORGM AID HARMOA'Y
THOROUGH INSTRUCTION GUARANTEED
References: Miss Majhe Geist, Principalaf
HuHical Congenratory, No. 127 West Third street
St. Paul : j also on personal application, reference
to the numerous families whose daughters aa<
has taught and ti now teacuuig will be given.
Also, A gent for "lirainard'a Musical World,
the oldest and best musical journal published.
Subscription 31.50 per annum.
EKISBIN & FARWELIi.
Corner cfWabashaw and Fourth street*.
.■■'■ "' Over Express fT.ce.
A. positive cure for Old UJcerß and Sores of every
name and description. nomatter bow many year*
standing. This is tho heavy artillery of ealvea for
Sores of longstanding. -o /<\ .
Cures also Chilblains. f*n &Q/Jf'/I#
Bums, Cuts, Felons, /t^tt^f^li/r,,.
Scalds, roat I>ite« ate. /f^<S<ASflluC<\ ■
All genuine bears liief Ttmmrtaf * rn,»._._i
following signature : • ■ ST. PAraSSSf. 6 ™ 1 *