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Three deaths were reported yesterday.
Barth CUnry was arrested last night on the
charge of wife beating.
The Once ■ Week club held their second
dance of the season at Turner hall last even
Adjutant General MaeCarthy goes to New
Ulm on Friday to inspect company A, 2d
regiment M. N. G.
A woman named Dutch Mary was arrested
and locked up la-' night, on a charge of
stealing from M. McCarthy $35.
Three cases of diphtheria were reported
yesterday. At St. Joseph's hospital. No. 413
Bice street, and No. 413 Fort street.
All the courts adjourned yesterday over
Thanksgiving, tiie supreme court not com
ing together again until .Mm morning.
The reading room of the Gospel Temper
, ance union will he opened during the day
and this evening. Popcorn and apples will
A jury in the district court yesterday gave
tin Ohio Coal and Barge company a verdict
of $209.52 against Lewis Wagner for fuel
sold and delivered.
The jury in the Morse studio case found a
verdict yesterday evening which was 6ealed
and will be announced In the district court
The St. Paul letter carriers will give a ball
to-morrow evening at Market hail. This is
their third annual ball, and they are always
Regular meeting of Acker Post No. 21, G.A.
R., at their new rooms, corner Third and
Exchange, Thursday evening, Nov. 27th,
ISS-1. E. Simontox, Commander. ■
Tbe postoffice will be closed for the day
after 10 o'clock this morning. There will be
only one delivery by carriers, and the money
order department will be closed all day.
As the government annuties have uot yet
been paid to the Indians on the Miuuesota
reservation! there are rumors that some
thing is wrong between the government and
Indian Agent Luce.
The Dancing club held their first ball of
the Benson at Market hall last evening. The
second will come oil ou Christmas eve, and
the third on the evening before the com- j
ni dice nit: Lit of Lent.
The state library received the following
volumes in exchange yesterday: Nebraska
Reports, volume 15; In den* Digest to Ne
braska Reports; Senate and House Journals
of Nebraska lor ISS2 and 1883.
An express team standing unhitched at
the corner of Sixth and Jackson street in
dulged in a short run as the procession came
in light at that point last evening, but with
out doing any particular damage.
Suit was begun in the United States cir
cuit court yesterday by Margaret Webster
against John A. Bowman and others to re
cover possession of a dwelling and for $5,000
damages for the unlawful detention of the
James Donohoe having served a sentence
to the workhouse was about to be released
yesterday, when he engaged in a fight with
another prisoner. He was before Jude Burr
iv the afternoon and sentence was suspended
during good behavior.
Two deaths from diphtheria were reported
at the health oflce yesterday, one of which
Was that of a little girl named Marion Ga
liriel, who died near Red Bock, She was at
tt ndlag school la St. Paul when takeu sick.
aad Dr. llo^t was investigating the case yes
Adolphus Henscbel, for many years U.S.
ganger, having purchased a farm iv Morri
bnii county, will aoea resign his position,
and engage in agricultural pursuits. Many
friends, who hold him la high esteem, reirret
that a ehtiuge of business will necessitate a
change of residence.
The only accident occurring during the
line of march last eveniugwas tbe frighten
ing of the spau of horses attached to the
family carriage of Hon. Edmund Rice, at
the corner of Seventh and Cedar streets. The
vehicle was badly broken up but tbe occu
pants escaped without harm
Notwithstanding the graud torchlight pro-
D iast ( -veuiug, and all the excitement
consequent upou such an occasion, the
police had but very little to do. There were
no disorderlies and but few that were found
so much uuder the influence of liquor that
they hud to be arrested for brun ken ness.
The extension ladder was run out of Cen
tral lire house yesterday afternoon and a
man placed on the roof of Pried man it Lewis :
cracker and confectionary establishment in
just two minutes after the ftnkhig of tbe
gone, for the benetit of the Watertown ex
curaiontfts. Chemical eugine No. 1 was also
shown the visitors and its workings ex
A fanner from Rochester, eighty miles
from St. Paul, was ou Bridge square yester
day with turkeys for sale at fourteen cents.
He says it pays him to come to St. Paul,
eighty miles, taking live days, going and
coining by waeon, t-> sell bis turkeys, pork,
butter, eggs, etc. Goods are cheap here and
produce takes tbe best price going. Let
farmers make a note of this.
Secretary Caultleid of the water department
waa last night presanted with a handsome
sealskin by the employes in his office as a
tokeu in' their esteem, and Supt. Overton
was Unwise re mum be red in a splendid buf
falo overcoat by the men under bis charge.
The uccasiou was celebrated with proper so
lemnities. AH in honor of Thanksgiving
While P. P. Fontleroy was trying a case
against Loan Agent Mackey In Justice
Hauft's court yesterday the former remarked
that the legal appearance of the latter re
minded him of "wheu be himseif was petti
fogging around the country." Fontleroy
aisked Mackey out of court and demanded if
he had "meant to insult him." Mackey re
plied that "he" could take it as he pleased."
whereupon the irate lawyer knocked his d'e
famer out in the lirst round.
Hon. Edward Carrol, a state senator of
Kansas, is at the Clarendon. Mr. Carrol is
a Democrat of national reputation, and vw
a delegate from Kansas to the last two na
tional conventions. He is the "Carrol of
Kansas"' referred to In the dispatches of Hn
proceedings of the coaventtoa that nomi
nati'd Gen. Ilaneojk, lie Having presented
the minority report favoring the admission
of a portion of the Tamil. any delegation,
thereby averting a breach between that or
ganization and the national Democracy
The Grave and Victory
The Ashmore, Illinois. VtOmm publishes
the|certilicatc ol Mr. A'trym Beaver, an in
mate of Coles county poor-h.nise, which sets
forth that he suffered years mtli acute rheu
matism, aud was given up to lie by his phv
eiciaii!«, nut as a last chance their tried St.
Jacobs. Oil, th<- great pain-reiiever! and by a
few applications he was eared. To this" is
added the certificate of tbe mperhiteßdtißl to
the truth of the statement and the paper
adds, "any one deairiag further in! urination
can correspond witu this oßee."
Whmmkttm >•«■ /•«>,» Ifrjiailw—f-
To the Kditor of the Globe.
St. Fail. Miuu , Nov. 26, 1884. I
wish through your columns to expTCM
ivy appreciation of the service rendered bf
the fire departmeat of tuis city darteftfae
recent coata^ratfoa which destroyed nj
shop and office.
1 also wi&h to extend m v thanks to Chief
Black and bis able iiss'6Uata as well as to the
fire department as • whole, ami also to the
police department for tneir faithfulness and
courtesies both duringaud since the tire. Re-
Bpectfully, " E. F. Osbokxe.
Dr. Frank Powell, (White Beaver.)
St. Paul, Minn., every Thursday, Friday
end Saturday. Office, Fourth and Cedar
L.i Croat?, Wis., every Monday, Tuesday
end Wednesday. (Mice, Second and Main
Specialties — Surgery, chronic and lung
diseases, and female complaints.
IT J. Curling, Fargo, is at the Merchants.
8. L. Crocker, Faribault, Is at the Mer
H. G. Whlltey, Bismarck, is at the Mer
W. D. Walling, of Huron, D. T., is at the.
C. H. Taylor, of Taylors Falls, is at the
Hon. J. Simmons, of Little Falls, is at the
C. W. Babcock, Kasota, was at the Wind
H. F. Douglas, Fort Tates, arrived in the
A. B. Davis, of Wlnnebago City, is a guest
at the Clarendon?
Wm. H. Becker, of Eilenda!;. D. T., wat>
i: the city yesterday.
Ttie Watertowu delegation put up at the
Merchants last iiizLt.
G. W. Lu-k and 6. 0. Greenwood, Du
lutb, are at th* Merchants.
Major MeLau.jhlin, of the Standing Rock
agency, is at the Merchants.
Hon. A. H. Hubert, a congressman from
Alabama, is at the Merchant*.
E. S. Mabie and wife, Grand Forks, were
at the Merchants yesterday.
Hon. John McNamara, of Dakota county,
took in the big: celebration lust evening.
B. M. Lockerby, Milnor,D. T. ; A. A. Hart
ley. Brainerd; J. D. Markham, Rush City,
were at the Merchants yesterday.
Mr. O. C. Erichsrad, a leading merchant
of Blue Earth City, is in tbe city, seeking
i medical treatment for rheumatic troubles. .
Col. Thos. McGowan and Capt. George
Sherwood, of Dulutb, attended IBS grand
Democratic demonstration last night.
C. C. Goodenow, Pipestone; R. E. Mitchell
and wife, Port Arthur; and Hon. W. M.
Campbell, Litchtield, were at the Merchants
Deputy surveyors of lops and lumber, A
Z. Lowering, of Minneapolis. and L. Merrett.
of Dulutb, called on State Auditor Bradcn
Phillip S. Harris, Esq., treasurer of the St.
Paul «fe Dulutb road, returned yesterday from
an absence of three weeks in Cuicago and
St. Louis. ":■■'-■"
P. P. Scott, of Garden City, visited friends
at the state capitol yesterday. He took to
himself a better half at Minneapolis, on
Monday and will fly borne with his bride to
G. T. Jarvis, superintendent of tbe Mexi
can Central Railroad company, with head
quarters in the City of Mexico, and wife, ar
rived in the city yesterday and are at the
CE. Marsh, 'of the Chapman bouse. Huron
Luke, and a staunch Democrat, tarried in
St. Paul to sec the gnrud parade, after having
seen bis English friends, Messrs. Upont and
Smith, safe on their way to Old England for
a winter's visit.
The Globe had a pleasant call yesterday
from Hon. Win. 11. Becker, of Ellcndale,
Dickey county. Dakota. Mr. Becker is sec
retary of the Democratic Territorial commit
tee, and has since assuming that position or
ganized central committees in nearly all the
counties In Dakota.
(Special Telegram to the Globe.)
CniCAcx), Nov. 26. — Claxton WiUtach,
formerly connected with the St. Paul Ideals,
is now manager of the State street dime
Sonet B. Humphrey, of the Pioneer Pratt,
is spending Thanksgiving at Oak Park with
bib father, the Rev. Dr. Humphrey, secretary
of the American board of foreign nmsion*-
A. G. Neavins, La Crosse, is at the Pal.
C. Tower, Jr., president of the Duluth &
Iron Range road, is a guest at the Grand
J. 11. Hammond and John 11. Griffith and
daughter, of St. Paul, are among the arrivals
at the Grand Pacific.
A. M. Reid, of Minneapolis, is stopping at
the Sherman bouse.
J. S. Medary and Louis Wensole, La-
Crosse, are registered at the Sherman.
Mr. Ruskin thinks there is a great future
for American art — hut be hardly realizes the
enormous demand over here for Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup. Indeed, he doesn't.
A GRAND IMPROVEMENT.
The Former Street Car Property, Cor
lier of St. Peter, Fourth and Fifth
Streets, to be Made a Busi
Much Interest has been felt among prop
erty owners and those in the immediate
vicinity of the old street car barns on St.
Peter street extending from Fourth to Fifth,
and the query has been to what use will they
be converted. The matter Is now set at rest,
as the entire property has been leased by
Mr. S. G. Dickinson for the purpose of es
tablishing an immense department store.
The building is to be entirely remodeled and
renovated under the direction of L. S. Buf
fington, architect, and Taylor «fc Craig,
builders. The entire St. Peter street front
will be filled with plate glass windows, also
the Fourth and Fifth street fronts, and ele
gant entrances will be provided from all
sides. The opening between the two por
tions, which was formerly occupied by the
Street Railway company for an elevator, will
be enclosed In glass and a splendid entrance
and elevator will be provided to accommo
date both portions of the building. In short,
it is intended to make it one of the most at
tractive places in the northwest. It will prob
ably excel anything of the kind in Chicago,
Boston or New York. The building is 900
by 50 feet, fronting on three streets, having
300 feet of solid plate glass. It is not de
finitely decided to add another 6torv to its
height at this time, though it is contem
plated, and if not done now, will be at some
These negotiations have been pending for
some time and Mr. Lowry, president of the
company, has persistently refused to rent
the property for livery stable or other busi
ness that would be / calculated to retard the
business growth of that locality. Work will
be commenced at once. Mr. Dickinson ha*
started east to make complete arrangements
with wholesale dealers and manufacturers,
several of whom have already visited St. Paul
with reference to taking departincnU in his
new store. He proposes to occupy a Urge
portion of the lower floor lor his regular busi*
ness to which he proposes to ndd a wuoiesak*
department and witu hia knowledge of the
business which he has successfully followed
for mauy years, and his facilities for buyiu^
everything in his line from manufacturers
at bottom prices, we feel coulident in pro-
pb&jlng an immense iaeeea» for 'his busi
ness from the day it coin men s. We can- j
uot, be too proCoae in our praise of Mr. Lowrr
in relation to all his pperatloai so far as St*.
Paul is concerned, especially in the present
instance, as we are i:i formed tl.ot he has al
lowed this property to reatall unproductive
for months ratucr ti.au to run it for a sUoie
».. diner buaiD - i..at would have been un
undtslr;.b! • to property owners on tLe stn^-t,
and lc. , that il a few more of the wealthy
citizens »ero cuntruU^i tiv the broad policy
that si-ems to^ovcrn all h«.s operations tue
future of city would He assured as against all
Abbott iv Traviata.
Few writers tor the • lyric si age have ever
struck the popular ear or approached near,
to the popuiar heart than has Verdi. His
operas abound in splendid effects, both vo
cal and scenic, and a wealth of melody per
vades thorn that is scarcely expected from so
thoroughly a classic school as he followed.
Melody was in his soul, and it burst
out most unexpectedly, uniting mid
embellishing both solo and concerted num
bers. To do Traviata in English is a bold
undertaking:, and it must be allowed that
theoper* suffers from interpretation from
the liquid Italian. In fact some portions are
really untranslatable, and the adhesion of
several of the artists last night to the original
', text was certainly excusable. The curiosity
of many to hear Emma Abbott In this mag
nificent opera called forth a large and partic
ularly intelligent audience last evening,
| although the counter attractions were 6tronar.
J It is a well known fact that the charming
; cantatrice never undertakes anything she is
not competent to perform, yet few wire pre
THE ST. PAIL DAILY GLOBtf THURSDAY MORXIXG, NOVEMBER 27, I»S*.
pared to witness so perfect and satisfactory
a rendition of su thoroughly a dramatic role
;as that of Violet!*. It requires an a dur
ance, a power, a versatility that few prim
donnas .possess, tbe action and tbe
music being co continually ax
acting. Space in this particularly
crowded Issue is too limited to allow of an
extended analysis, hence it mu>t suffice to
: say that the performance was smooth and
, excellent- throughout Miss AbbAtt baa
eleven elaborate number*, and all were ren
dered with superb exeellec Shr bestowed
her most soulful endeavors and achieved a
triumph. Her performance was well recn
i lated and even from tbe grand braviirra aria
! in the first act to the pathetic dying scene
which closes the epera. Never has Abbott
I done ' better in St. Paul. Tbe
support *as good. Castle making a
satisfactory and handsome Mfred, while
Tazllapietra a» Gsoree Gerraoul was grand,
giving his nurnlicre, "especially tbs D« Pn>
venza and the forcible solo In the malediction
scrn<>. with great effect. The horns and
the orchestra ken admirable, and tbe .lotion
of the opera was well sustained. It might
w 1! be termed grand opera.
This afternoon the favorite opera of I!
; Trovatore will be given with Bellini as the
! prim a. and the hour has been set for 2:30
! in*t-*ad of 2 o'clock as usuaL In the even-
ISM the delightful and always attractive
'•King for a day,* 1 will be given, Abbott,
An uandnle, Castle, Tayllapietra and oth. r
The Barnes-Norton Fijrht
This contest will take place to-day, bat no
one knows where except the principals and
probably they do not know exactly where.
It will not probably be far from the city and,
it is believed, it will take place nearer to tbe
city than did the Me Alpine tight.
There is no change in the situation
and both men are in good
condition except that Barnes last ev^nlusr
sprained the thumb of bis right band. It is
uot thought this will seriously affect him.
A large number of tickets Lave been sold
and more will be taken to-day. Those who
bold tickets will be informed at 12 o'clock
noon to-day where the light will take pla^e.
The Plenary Council
Baltimore, Nov. 26.— i The plenary coun
cil was again in secret session to-day.
Bishop JfcQaate, of Rochester, preached to
night on "The Progress of th Church in tbe
United State*,"' and Bishop Flusi-b, of La
Crosse, preached at St. Alpbonsus' church in
German, on "The First Precept of the
Church." To-morrow there will be a solemn
public session at the cathedral. Poutificial
high mass will be celebrated by Arch-bishop
Lawry, of Santa Fe. An oration on "The
Dignity of the Priesthood," will be delivered
in Latin by Arcb-blshop Hess of Milwaukee.
A sermon will follow by Bishop Spildlng, of
Bobbin? a Penitentiary.
New York, Nov. 26. — Burglars last night
broke into the Kings county penitentiary and
robbed tbe safe of the shoe shop of all tbe
money whicn was brought there yesterday to
pay off the employes. Tbe burglars entered
through the window of the shoe shop, prying
the bars of the window apart with a jimmy,
and when inside forced Iks office door open.
Then they began operations on the safe,
from which they took $3,000 belonging to
the Bay State Sboc and Leather company.
How tbe burglars effected the job Without
making aotsa enough to rouse the guards in
tbe penitentiary is a surprise to every per
Trial of a Noted Former.
Louisville, Ky., Nov. 26. — Robert Phun,
alias Bryer, charged with tbe forging of
about $200,000, on parties in Calcutta, was
tried In the United States circuit court to
day. Tbe question considered was whether
Bryce could be legally taken back to India,
where the forgery was committed. The na
ture of the treaty between tin- United States
and India was argued pro and con. The case
was submitted and Judgt- Barr will render a
New Youk, Nov. 26. — The body of a wel|
dressed man was found this morning in
Uowauu's OSttsL The body was recoguized
as that of Hugh Cumpt.t-11, brother of I
of Police Campb-11, of Brooklyn, and also of
Congressman Felix Campbell. He waa a
partner of Felix Campbell in tbe steam fitting
business and was married, lie )iv<d in
Brooklyn and was in good circumstances.
The police are invetttigaliug.
Mail Train Hurued.
New O:n.r.AN>, Nov. 26. — The eastern and
foreign niaii leaving New Orleans Sunday
night was burned, and a large number of per
mits for space in tbe exposition destroyed.
The managers of tbe exposition state dupli
catcs are t>eini: leased a> rapidly as possible.
Applicants in eastern cities should report at
once the non-receipt of permits, in order to
I.im \l. ■1. S I LOS.
Davekihirt, 9 W. Third street
Remember the Letter Carriers' ball, at Market
hall, to-morrow (Friday evening.)
Go to the Pork Packing house, corner oj
Eighth and Minne o a i-treei*. for »pare ribs,
tenderloins, pare kettle rendered leaf lard, pigs
tongues, etc., cheap.
Be sure to attend the Lifer Carrier*' ball, at
Market hall, to-morrow evening.
A fair for the benefit of the church and school
of the Banal Heart congregation on Dayton
Bluff, will be held in the school bouse attached
to the church from Wednesday the •-•6 th In»t. un
til Saturday the 29th. A large attendance is
We will give our salesmen and clerkt a half-holi*
day, and close our (tore at IS noun.
JOSETU McKI.Y & CO.,
Boston One- Pr« i rlotaing llousc, -.Third
and Robert street*, st. i'«ul.
Elegant assortment of Christma* Cards, at
DATExronT's, 9 W. Third street.
Young (iirU* Club llomm*.
For respectable young tnria ouly. $3.50 per
week for board and lod^in^. Heading room
free. Apply C'iO St. Peter street, one door from
Seres motif j/, time and trouble. Xon-cxplo
slve. The genuine ••Aline" Fuel Klndler. Ask
Don't tail to examine th<- large assortment of
Chrifetm&s Cards which can no » be seen at
JiA\tM-i:r ■-. 9 W. Third *U<tcU
A. IT. Lolilker, 221 East oewnth «-tree"-. is tdj
only man in the city ihai sell* carpets and Fur
niture «or,cash or ou .me, a: the lowest prko in
I'oultiy, I'ig* i«mi Appurtenance*.
Grcnd Thanksgiving lunch to-day, at Louis
Keii.aard°s, No. VJ K«-" Third street.
Chrfstnuu Cards ah rarfctie* »nd all «t; tcs, st
DAiESPonT'u, 0 W. Third street.
This piper i* printed with Oco. 11. Morrill A
Co.'* Improved perfecting press news ink. It is
also umjU by all the principal new*p^pcrs in ib«
C. X and i *i«»da. Western oft.cc, ii and M
Fraiikliu tin-ci, Chicago. 111.
vTATE OK IIUTSI I >I a, « o, m i Of »CAM5£r
1 — »*• In l'roo*te Court, »,■<-.... term, N'ovcmjcr
In the matter of the estate of Svcii OUon, deceased.
Ou resilnz and filing i..c p.-; , ion of Claries v.son,
adm.u.*trator of tue estate ot fire.: OUoa, Uec«^ae<l,
tiled .\or. a, l»84. reprenenilng ,;iun; o.ner taints,
thai be has fully adui.ms.erca Mid estate, and pray-
Ins in». a time aud place be fixed for examining and
allowing bli account or aum;nl« I ration, and for W.r
klK^mcut of the residue of said estate to sole helr
j al-law of said deceased.
It Is ordered, tUat said account be examined, and
petition heard, by the Judge of this court, on Mon
day, the Hi day of Dec lujer. A. D. 1881, at tea
| o'clock a. hi., at Hie Probate otflce In said county.
And It it further ordered, that notice thereof be
Riven to all persons Interested, by publishing a copy
of this order for three successive weeks prior to said
day of hearing, la the Daily Globe, a newspaper,
printed and published at Saint Paul, In said county
By the Court, \VM. U. McGEOItTV,
£-••1 _ Judge of Probate.
Attest: Fiim I'.oiiit. Jr.. Clerk.
I'itKCEiiii.ojiUK, Attorneys for Administrator.
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VL-^*-'' ml n -~r" --J\M U
This powder nertr Tarles. A marvel nf purity \
strength and wboleMmeDMS. '.More economical
than the ordinary kinds, and cannot ■be sold in
competition with th« multitudes of low test, short <
weight, alum or - phosphate powders. Sold only
means. Rot at Bom -Potraut Co- 196 Will
street. New Tort
. NEW TOWN'SITE.*
next. Best business lots from $100 a piece down
residence lots' at from $50 down to $10 each.
Lots run in rial from »xlso to 50x150. All lots
so far sold have been built on; none gold to spec
ulators.. Schools, . churches, 'elevators, store*,
etc., etc., all built. Business lots will soon
bring $1,000 each and residence lots $300 to
*500 each. WESTPORT '• situated on the Little '
Falls A Dakota Railroad branch of the N. P. R. R.
in Pope county. Minnesota, out 1-0 miles from ,
mile and a half north of the celebrated Westport |
lakes, surrounded by a well-settled, rich and
growing agricultural country, is destined to
make a place of ' considerable • Importance
WESTPORT NEEDS A BANK, and to panic •
who will Mart one there, we will offer big induce
ment*. * Address, or call on townsltd proprietor*.
Terms of sale- Half cash, balance in two equal
0. LIVINGSTON & CO.,
63 East Third street, St Pul
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
MANNHEIMER BLOCK, • • ROOM 11.
St. Paul. - - - Minn.
GRISWOLD & TEEPLB.
Real Estate & Loan Brokers,
NO. Ci EAST THIBJ> STRBKX
St.PauL ■» ,- ■ Minn
lished in 137-',)
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
Corner Third & Robert ctreels. fin Saving* Bank.)
ST. PAUL, MINN.
Buy*, Sells, Collects, Pays Taxes, Negotiates
tV";.-. Loans etc
Wit G. ROBEHTSON,
(Success or to D. A. Bsfoertson A Co. the oldest
real estate agency in Minnesota.)
Ft 7 KcGfiUlußiqck. cor.T&irt&W.jirti?
J. J. Watsojt; • , Oko.ll. Watsox.
J. J. WATSON & BRO.,
Fire Insurance Agency !
3C2 Jackson street, corner Fifth street. "• f
Scottish Union A National ......... Edinburgh
Fire Insurance Association.:'.... 1 . England
Howard Insurance Company New York
Mercantile F. X M. Ins, C 0....: Boston
American Insurance Company Boston
North American Insurance Company Boston
J. J. WATSON,
FIRST MORTGAGE LOISS & REAL FSTITE
362 Jackson street, corner Fifth street.
Money to loan on St. Paul Real Estate in sums
of $500 and upward, upon favorable terms.
Assessment for of Grade on
Park Avenue and Other Streets
Omci or the Board or Public Wonxs. ■ )
City or St. Paiu Minn.. So*'. 55, 1334. f
Notice is hereby given that the assessment
of benefit*, damages, costs and expenses arising
from a change of rade on Park avenue, from
Martin street to She rbume avenue: Aurora ave
nue, from Grant street to Rice street. Si. Peter
street, from University avenue in a point S2O
feet ata of Aurora avenue; University avenne,
from Grant street to Rice street; Brewstcr ave
nn<\ from >herbnrne avenue to University ave
nue, and the alley In blocks S. 10 and 13. Swing
& Chute* addition in the city of St. Paul, Min
nesota, ha« been completed and entered of record
by the the Board of PuMlc. Works in and for
said city, an that -aid assevsment was duly
confiruicd by xtid Board on the 21th day of No
vember, A. D. 1S«. I
;; :.-:.■ JOHN FARRINOTON, President. .
1C L. Gobxix, Clerk Board si Public Works.
"be u.o»t Elegant Blood Purifier, Liver Invigore
or. Tonic. and Appetizer ever known. The linn
li-.ttets conUiains Iron t-rcr adve l:«ed in .K-u.nl
-,1. Unprincipled peri*OE3 «re imitating tb« name:
look out for. lracd*. Sea A rf^ii fit
that tin following *i?n.i- fkJi&*?'r/ '
•it* i*oaer«TT bottle «nd /f #7 rt I /it >-,
tal 0. -ottier: . /ry ;<> > k - /rt ***'^r i ',
ST. VAUI- KINK. • C/ Drascirtk Ch«m!f
/•. r. KAVAKAVQU. AICTIOSmEH.
ADMINISTRATORS SALE— Furiuwit to an
I V. order of license of the probat» conrt of
Rxtnsey cor.ntv, dated September * , SI *■ I tbe
nDd<-r»igoed, will on the 15th dat cf N ..>mt>er.
A. D. 1884. at S o'clock %>. m., at' be , r-mUes,
(near (be corner of Virginia aad -.-i. Antnoay
aveuues). »ell at pabiic suction --Lot five (5) in
block one (1) of Nininger'a addition to it. Paul.
according to the recorded plat thereof on file in
the »fli' c of the register of deed* of «aiJ Ransejr
cou:i:y. Term* or »ale, cash. Bernard Allen,
administrator of estate of. Catharine Allen, de
P. T. KAYANAGA.
The above sale adjourned to November 32, at 3
o'clock p. in.
Bnxiio auks Administrator.
P. T. Rat a \ aoh, Auctioneer. • -
The above tale adjourned to November 89, st 8
o'clock p. m. MMMVBBffVRSQV
• ■ Bkknaeo Ali.cn, Administrator.
P. T. Kavaxaoh. Auction*. ' -V "■" M; 4
FIVE CENTS A LINE
VI "ANTED — By young man, a pUce to take
» » - ore of mfa mice and to do other work (or
boarl. .VII • •E. F..(;:ojc offl c. • 331-37'
; "\T7ANTEI> — A -minion T«« stationary enjl-
M r.et-r; eighteen )ii,> . . experience; .
bc.-t of references fnrubhed. Addrv»* B il».
Globe office. ..323-33*'
\\ T ANTED — By young colored man, apfece In .
» > a private family to ook, SIS -umiufc ate. I
3^4-333 ~ V ?.V
<./ 'i ITIOXi ot'rEßi:tt.
ANTED — A good washer and Ironer,- ct
»' Hong Watt Laundry, No. S3 West Sixth
BOYS, age 1 1 ... 15 ye*rs wasted: liicUt work ;
good pay, apply at once. J. Bloom, No. 42
East seventh street. ZZi
"VX7ANTED — I cmwien for a duly cews
» » paper. Good «rag*». steady work. Apply
to-. M. ilcsscy. 3S) Jackson street. 330 28
tun Kl. \ r.
T7IOU KENT— From December lit! a nice four-
X room collate with barn, on Thotna- street,
cheap. Apply 83 East Third meet. 331*
"DOR KENT for a term of years fmm Decein-
X her 1, the »tone building No. \\ West
Third street. John Kelleher, 192 and 194 West
Third street. 3n«
FOR RENT— Eight room house on Filmoro
-T avem:e. two hooves on Colliora street, fojr
rooms; two bouses on Webster street. 9ve room*
each: two h<>u»e* on Jefferson avenue, wren
room* each. Inquire of 11. B. Montgomery, «'.}
West Foartb street. 3."5»
OUSES TO RENT in all parts of the city
from 10 to $30 per month. O. -M Met
calf. 16 East Third street. 313-Jm
"171 R KENT— An 8-room boose with closet*.
1- well and cittern. No. :Ji Mount Airy, near
Mississippi street. John Dowlan, 333 Wabaahav
17*01: ICE NT— House* ro v S "• • and $7>.
- Ja.«. Dillon, £54 Commercial • SUti*
A HOUSE— « room.- and Kilcbtii • v :n an :
e«llsr. Che3j»rtrnt for the rljiu partr.
C. Casey, <><>•< East Fourth. tt>b*
HOUSE TO RENT— On Ik- 1 by avenue near
■•»«•!■ «m. 10 room*, hot and nU water
oath I id closet, good cellar and everything first
c:a»s, street cars., etc. • Mcl arthy a. Donnelly.
' ■ «5» ■
FOR RENT— Fii>t class dwelling li looms.
.' No. 11-. Commit avenne, formerly occupieJ
by Reuben Warner. Enquire of owner, li. li
Gates. No. I-'* Summit avenue. an-
FOR HINT— A hou»el~lnqulre lOS~Ea»t
J? Fifth street, op stair*, next door to Tempe
rance Horn*, Suitable for boarding house or
I T OUSKS FOR RENT— Between TwelftiTand
XL Thirteenth street*. :on Robert, Uri L.
LH)K KENT — A cottage with f.;-ir room*
M- Pantry and closets, good water and ever/
convenience. Apply to J. c. McCarthy. Sixth
rpo RENT— Furnished room in Went St. Paul
X 4 blocks from bridge. Inquire 38 Chii ago
avenue. John Bayer. 330-&
"I^OR RENT— Four furnished room* at $3, $7
1- $8 and 510 per month: and three unfuni
rooms, snl:a )le for housekeeping, one block from
MetropoliUn hotel, ISO West Fourth »treet, ><•!.
Number. . . 324*
fIIWO \u000f front rooms well fnrnUhed, singly
X or together. Low rent to tartles who do
not moke, 11 Summit avenue near Wabaahaw.
AY \NTED — A connected suite of three or four
1 ¥ furnished or partially furnished room.
--(no objection it suitable for light housekeeping;,
by a responsible party without children. Refer
ences given. Address "W. H. P.," Globe office.
FURNISHED rooms for Tent— very E!e
X I gantly furnished rooms — sitting and ted
rooms, suitable for two Or mure young men.
Inquire at ICO West Third street, flrit dour.
.:y leo* .'■..••-.
i- } < k *Ai.K.
TT7HOLESALE PRODUCE and Commission
> > Business For Sale— Well # established and
doing good business. Location flf*t-ols«s. Grand
chance to step in o a tuuud and paying bu«ine!i«.
About $10,000 capital required. Address li. lit.
Globe. ..- • 331-37
STOCK SHEEP FOR SALE— One thousand
0 young stock sheep, half wether* anl half
ewes, for tale at Delaney Si O'Connor'* Stock
FOR SALE — New house and barn on Hondo
street, on terms to suit any purchaser. E.
Ingham, 56;! Ashland avenue. SCI*
tiAUIJIAtihS — extension top phR-ton*s
t I and a few top, end-springs, and Brewi>ter
sidebars, all the make of Studebaker and fine
work. They will be fold at cost, rail at John
Kelllher's carriage works, 10*.' and 19 i West Third
street. i _- .« / !■ ; Cj"»
FOR SALE— good piano, cheap. Can be
seen at Yiri West Third street. 254*
I^ORSALE A five-class Cunningham carriage
X lor hack, cheap for ca*h. Inquire at 411
Henncpin avenue. Minneapolis. SIC*
FOR SALE, or will trade for a horse, a gjo 1
Hal.et X DavU- piano. Call at once if yon
mean businesa. L. S. ALLEN,
203* l-!-.'K..-' Third str>-e
MI si II /.is KOUM.
(ttt)AA REWARD will be paid and no ques
•p— UU tions asked for the immediate return
of the Lady's Sealskin £acque, taken from st.in
dard Hall, Not. IMb.. Oka*. 11. Schllek.
PARTNER WANTED with a ca«h capital of
X $300, to take half interest in a sample room,
one of the best locations in the city. Apply .it
thin oSce. 32S*
MISCELLANEOUS URAL ESTATE.
FOR RENT — improved farm of eighty
'■ X^ * acre- ■.'!; miles from St. Paul, on the Still
i water road: a good bou»e and barn on prem
ises; horses, ■ cows and farming uteu.-iU
for sale at a bargain. John Kelleher, I .•, an.'.
j 194 Weet Th.rd street. 314
$I,MJO, will buy uue of the best farms in Urau:
county, with nous* of a rooms, house alone
! cc»tsl,;ilKi, only one mile from the county seat,
I 10 acre* of tin handsomest grove of trees in the
! state. this property must be sold in the Ml }
days, '. Fait.yell A Co.. Third and Jackson.
"Ij^Oß SALE OR EXCHANGE— A choice tana,
I X I fully improved and located oue mile from a
I good town, and will sell cheap. FaxweU & Co..
, Third and Jackson streets.
XT 7 " ANTED — $4,000, one. three or five year*
M Improved city property. Address U,
Globe office. S-iIS-33'J
I,'U U l.< > AN on Improved city business proper
' J- t/, $:,000, tor four years. U. L. Lamp.uy.
IOANSon Life In*. Policies, L. P. Van Nor
1j man. No. .45, Ist Aye. S. Minneapolis.
MA' . LOAN OFFICE— Note* ixrauht,
. money loaned on furniture, pianos, horses,
I vagitua and personal property at tow rates. w.tLi
■ crt remoral. Oaten, Room 7, First Na Iqsjbl bank
- tuilding; comer Fou.nhand Jack.-c street, St.,
Paul, and Room 7, Mac Ley & I • ;,•- block, corner
cf Fourth and Nicolh-t. Mh'.neapoli*. -H. 1
V. itOTUHCUILD'S AUCTIOX.
LOSING OT'T SALE EXTRAORDINARY at
\j a-c'inn x 'iU week at the Nove.ty »tor -7
I »nd £9 West '1 bird rt-t. near the corner of St.
Peter. Remember the entire stocks must be
. cold regardless of value or price.
OVERCOATS ! ten's and boys clothing, un
derwear Trunks and valUes at your own
price this week.
jI » i>sl AN » irculars, misses' and children'!
]XV Have lock flannels, hood*, hosiery, etc., at
auction this week. '
rn OYS, Toys, Holiday Goods. Dolls, etc., at
• X auction this week, at J. Kothchiid> Novelty
stores, II and S3 West Third street, near corner
. of St. Peter. 341 '
TUX~ PUBLIC will please bear in mind that the
X closing out sales at -the Novelty «torss is
bona fide. The goods must go. Sales every day
:atlo a. m.. and 2 and 7 p. m. Doors open from
7 a. m. to 10 p.- m. to give all an opportunity to
' examine good* before making purchase* at auc
tioiu c. J. MEILIi ke,
828-33* Auctioneer. .
Water Delivered to Families !
\ Pure, wholesome SPRING WATER, from Car
penter's Look Out Spring. St. Anthony HilL will
be delivered to families on application, at RE
DUCED PR iCES. All orders left at the Look
Out, on Summit avenao will be promptly at
tended to. • <
' St. Paul, Not. 26, 18S1 331-35
• ■_ , • MUSICAL INSTKCMENT3L !
Acknowledged by Artists the Best in the World.
f I* 00 * 0 / none superior to the lYeberaud « that ran nuppt* with t%m^
if r UuralilJtj. — ertM\ Carrrno.
NT?? VT °f th< Web t r Piano l < : so » w^ f » rich and .ympathelie, jet s» full,
' f SoJsbJ? * * r<lll )OUa!4 ***** manuraciurer -of thedaj.-Eaima
s/n^nn^ lan ° 9 exl^ ° U "* rs la To!nme of tone and In power of expresalon.
tra SfcSSS* "* PUnO9 tl>e ° rIU tUal sastaln th<s ' v cc lit. th& Weber.-Em-
R. C. MiTJISTG-'R-R, AaT>nt, St. PaaL
soot \aroßßoi P>AI*W;
*^i schuckk: & ccx.
;^^ SO. SI) M^l 1 IBlRi) SlXtiT, v
KCMUCEK & COT.
SO. jSI Ltoi IIUJUI StftMT,
CT^^Jjoi alii o lll Bests a Ouiiijj.
;^^^s^'l?>s. St. Paul Agency for tSUKT'a, «iii A r4,
"^ffiiS" !^^elsS^fe HEYNOLD's, and VI 4 ay Others.
*- a "^ 'til_' uj %jg Mail union promptly tilled.
hV\i % i % J§(» IM II l> V 30 East Thirl street
IHmAj ft pinnl, si.r»tr«.
f FERGUS FAHEY,
i^ The latest style* oflmporuu Gojd* always ou.k.tnl. Ptsrfectlu gaaraateed.
NOYCT, BROS. & CUTT^IH,
mum m nmmx husk
tt ana lit t>\bley street, corner JTt/tft, tit. Paul, Minn.
BOOTS AM" SHOES
Boots it sta,
Sew Styles Daily PtccaiyeJ. >k^^^^P
331 monshiT nivjf Gi (ii^&P^a
~ FAIRBAKKS' STANDARD SCALES!
Eclipse Wind Mills. Tank and Pump 3,
Smith-Vaile Sream Pumps and Boilers,
Hancock Inspirators, Lubricator*, c
•URBI M (Its? i ))., ■ 371 & ffl my gtrj
-r -1 *» —_—____ ■■ <
AND TELEGRAPHIC INSTITUTE
BtiJctfrrirrerttklhtttliu <3t:n itol ul li< faYcr end ban now enteicd upon 1U I3th raaram«
Ue most l«%crtl 1c sxtpices. fctLc lox tau'^ue, fc -v:ii inJJ ,aiUcnlan. Aortbwcat cor s«v« n
and Jackson strteU. r-oovonio
V\. A. FADDISH Prinoip»
The Purchasing- Public are respectfully in
vited to consult this Bargain Column for
various articles of Merchandise, offered for
sale by St. Paul Merchants.
\V\ I«Vl Til i WII °LESALE AND RETAIL.
i LLLI; I lilr Agents for various Eastern
j Foundries. Fiiu-'t selection
I'mniTTt • " f Heating rtoves in the North
\Ml\r\ I W( "" t - I'ruden Stove Co., 100
PlUlliH • East Third street,
IT IS TIME to secure sittings for Holiday
Photographs. For tine work at reasonable
prices, go to Grccnlcafs, J7 East Third street;
ate»t itnprovetneuts and satisfaction guaranteed.
T|/\/\TTri — School Books, and standard
M( I IV V works of fiction; lank books,
111 1 3 IIV 1 scrap hooka, histories, dictiona-
JUUUIVU ric», at A. D. Haaletl's, 183
Seventh itrart, near Jack»cu.
nm I TIONERY— KuI! line of writing papers,
VIA L •■'■■"■ inkstands, albums: writing,
A I U jewelry and dieting ca^es; com-
UK 11 mercial stationery for oiMcc u»e, at
low pi ires. A. I>. Haslctt, 18"! Seventh street,
CRAZY WORK, UIIIMTMi
Sit SILK ARRASENE. 4c;
Wool, 2 1 , c: Crewels. sc; Filling m.k.. <c;
Chenille, sc; Tinsel, i"i^: Cresrents, Ijauner
Rods, Angora Woo!, .1) ball : Ice Wool. Be;
>axony aud Shetland. 80c >ki.in: Crazy Stitch
Rooks. -sc. (Jo - sent by mail. rice listfree.
UvSA.LDaOS'9, VJJ Seventh. St. Paul.
IN NEW QUARTERS.
P, J. DREIS,
. --'.-■' .■■■■
It settled in his elegant New Store
Coierßina anil Saint Petjrsrees.
Where can be found the finest and best of Drags,
Perfumery, Toilet Articles, Patent Medicines,
etc Also, all kinda of Oarueu via Slower seed*
m their acaaou.
PBEBCB JPTIONB ASPECIAT,TY
GOAL UNO WOOD.
mm & FOSTER
Offer the best (Trades of Anthracite and Bitumi
nous Coal at the very lowest market prices.
Their coal is fresh from the mines and well
screened. And their Body Wood cannot be
equaled in the state.
A share of your patronage is solicited.
41 East Third Street
Corner of Cedar.
Doons, SASn AND blinds
1 °=^^i < 1
© \3^ la Q #
• The Leading ST. PAUL Manufactory o*
SASH, DOORS, BLIPS,
io!(l.nss and Stair Work.
Have in Store, Jackson, near Eighth street, •
large stork of
Make to Order
j OFFICE AS It BASK FURXITUMB.
j TORY Eagle g.re.t St B«ven Cornetv
LAURA W. HALL,
i MUSIC ROOMS 102 WESTERN" AVENU4
iiettuof Abhland \ venue. St. Anthony dilk
NAM), OKIA.\ AMD iilßMft
THOROUGH INSTRUCTION GUARANTEED
rciices: Miss Makii: (;ki«t, Principal if
Musical Conservatory, No. 127 West Third treat,
M. Pan: : ai«o on personal application, reference
to the numerous families Hew daughter* aba
i has t^ugnt and is now teacu.ng will be _, r ivtj».
Abo, gent for •'BraJnard'i .Musical iVorld,"
the oldest and best musical joarnal published
bab&cripi-un Si. ju p«i anuuai. '
— , . .
BEISBIN & FARWELL,
Corner dWabashaw and Fourth streets.
»^»j li|HU l flee.
UAS FIXTURES. _
, «is Fixiim
jKENNET & HUDNBI
l«ft soo ms tt«t Hum street
'< Opposite Metropolitan Hotel. j
■&£fih-***v&*&J[ r.stablishe<li3 lS72 for the euro
B^Sftes^KW of Cancer, Tumors, Ulcers,
HHS^H Scruiula. and Skin Disease*,
without Uio use of knife or loss of blood and littla
pain. For information, circulars and reference*,
tuldreaa Dr. it. X- I'O.VU. Aurora, Kane Co., Hi.