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, Christmas trees are again numerously on
•ale by dealers.
The teachers in the public schools will be
paid on Saturday next.
A sportsman's club will have _» dance and
•upper at the Leip house at White Bear this
Capital Legion No. 3, A. 0. U. W., will
give a social hope at Acker Post hall on Mon
Win. Moenich and Henrietta Bolter were
given permission to get married by the county
The funeral of W. A. Lemke, the florist,
took place from his late residence on Oak
street yesterday afternoon.
The comedy drama,-"Esmeralda," will be
given at High school this and to-morrow
evenings, with Saturday matinee.
A horse and cutter were found on Summit
avenue last evening without a driver and
were housed in Hill & Heating's stable.
The German military band of the Eleventh
Hessian Rifles will give two concerts in St.
Paul, one on Saturday night aod one on
Deputy United States Marshall Bracken
lodged John Nelson, of Saunders, Polk
county, In Ramsey county jail yesterday, to
await a hearing ou a timber claim.
Pew renting at the First Baptist church
was postponed from last Monday to this
evening. The bouse will be open at 7:15
and the rental of seats begins at 7:45.
Charles A. Lambert, hatter and gents' fur
nishing goods, 279 East Seventh street, as
signed for the benefit of his creditors to F.
Martin Delaney, Esq., on yesterday found
a handsome crochet mantle on Wabashaw
street, which the owner may have by calling
atthe Globe counting room and proving
The holiday vacation for the teachers in
the public schools commences on the 23d
instant and continues to the 13th of January,
to enable the teachers to go to the exposition
at New Orleans.
A Chicago bouse garnisbeed the German
American bank yesterday to the tune of
$188.40 due It by Anashinsky Bros., the
Seventh street clothing bouse making an as
signment on Tuesday.
Mr. Merell, president of the base ball club,
received a dispatch yesterday from 11. V.
Lucas, of the St. Louis club, asking him to
attend a base ball convention to be beld in
St. Louis on the 18th instant.
Wm. Sands and R. J. Diamond, proprietors
of a saloon at the corner of Seventh and
Cedar streets, were arrested yesterday on the
charge of the larceny of a check for $233
from 11. 11. Larabee. Tbe bearing was con
tinued until to-day.
On Suuday next Rev. R. Forbes, pastor of
Jackson Street M. E. church, will preach a
centennial sermon in commemoration of the
organization of the Methodist Episcopal
church at the -'Christmas conference" In
Baltimore in 1784.
A span of horses attached to a hack, ran
away over the Wabashaw street bridge early
last evening, and from thence went flying up
Dakota avenue. Officer Leyde pursued the
establishment as far as the stone quarry on
the avenue, where he lost all trace of them.
The committee of arrangements of the
Firemen's Relief association held a meeting
yesterday afternoon, and found that the net
proceeds of their late ball amounted to the
sum of 11-067.96, or about $800 more than
netted by the association on any previous oc
casion. • •
Deputy Sheriff John Seaberger, of Steams
rounty, with C. A. Leagle as guard, dcliv
to Warden Reed, of the Stillwater peniten
tiary, yesterday Robert T. May to serve out a
sentence of fifteen months for larceny, and
Adam Mulck who receives four years and
six months forthe same. crime.
Last evening Mr. J. Hirst, captain of the
bicycle club, beat Frank Barron, champion
roller skater, in a contest of the bicycle
against the rollers, in a race of one mile, in
.'":.(.t"4, at the Jackson street roller rink. Mr.
Hirst will have another contest with Mr. Bar
ron, when be will give the latter two laps.
The donation visit at the Women's Chris
tian home on Tuesday last, was responded to
most generously by a few of its friends, but
by uo means sufficient for its needs, and be
lieving that the intense cold weather may
have chilled the benevolent impulses of the
public somewhat, the committee will be at
the ''Home" on Saturday next, hoping to re
ceive something from all the friends of this
S. C. Spooner, county attorney from Mor
ris, with a prisoner named Eaick Nordquest,
arrived in town yesterday from Chicago-
Nordquest is charged with setting fire to a
building in Morns. Mr. Spooner furnished
bail for Nordquest on the preliminary exam
ination, and the latter ran away. He was
brought back on a requisition and was taken
right through to Morris yesterday.
M. M. Murphy, evidently a commercial
man, was brought to the city hall by John
Trent, early last evening in a hack, saying
that he could not tell where he (Murphy) was
stopping, on account of his being so intoxi
cated. Murphy insisted be had been "gone
through," and as nothing but two coppers
could be found on bis person, it looked so
much like it tbat Sergeant Walsb immediately
commenced looking the antecedents of the
Hon. John B. Brisbin is to deliver a new
lecture on Moses, the Jurisprudent, at
Plymouth Congregational church to-morrow
(Friday) evening, at .30 o'clock, for the
benefit of the Gospel Temperance union.
The object in view is certainly a grand one,
and the great pleasure of listening to 60 able
and eloquent a speaker will be a rare treat.
Tickets can be secured at Myers & Finch's,
Dyer & Howard's, and at Allen's drug store,
also at the rooms of the union, 58 East
To loan on furniture, pianos, horses, wagons
diamonds, gold watches and , other personal
property without removaL Notes bought.
Mackey's loan office, room 7, First National bank
building, St. Paul. Room 7, Mackey Legg block,
J. C. Hill, Fargo, was in the city yester
M. J. DeLent, of Janesville, is at the Clar
M. T. Dill, of Prescott, Is at the Mer
Fred Markee, Hudson, was in the city yes
W. T. Bailey and party, Duluth, are at the
E. L. Steegar, Hudson, was in the . city
Hon. P. H. Rihilly, Lake City, is at the
E. P. Peterson, of Litchfield, was in the
D. A. Cary, wife and child, Montana, are
at the Merchants.
Capt. Theobald, of the R. N., England, is
at the Merchants. /""'. »'.'';"-"
E. A. Steadmau, of Council Bluffs, Ib reg
istered at the Clarendon.
Ira DeGraff and Hon. C. F. Buck, of
Winona, arrived at the MerchanU yester
day. -■ ,v
V. C. Foster and wife, Mrs. Sarah Foster,
and Mr. Geo. Devon, of Fairchild, Wis., are
at the Merchants.
• Hon. R. A. Jones, of Rochester, with his
*.o pounds of good humor and geniality
visited friends at the state capitol yesterday.
Secretary I. C. Judson, ofthe SUte Agri
cultural society, was down from Farmington
on business yesterday, having just recovered
from a severe and daug.-ro.i- attack of pleu
risy. -;. r .
Charley Keeling, of the Winnipeg Free
Prent, has so far recovered from his natural
modesty as to admit tbat he is on his way to
New Orleans, where he hopes to break the
backbone of the winter. He will call at Hot
6prings on his way there, on the advice of
Jim Naisraith, who recommends the waters
i ""'" luc »-ii*rs
of tbe hot springs for the process of proboscis
bleaching. From what Najsmith has led him
to hope, he confidently expects to reach in-
Crescent City without a trace of those aurora
borealis hues which might otherwise betray
his hyperborean origin.
James Bissett, Winnipeg; Chas. M. Morse,
P. T. Reynolds and E. E. Sterling, of Lake
Benton: L. A. Walker and wife, "Helena: L.
E. Camdry, Rochester; N. P. Clark, St.
Cloud, are at the Merchants.
J. M. Egan, general superintendent of
the Canada Paciflc railway, was at the Mer
chants yesterday, and left for Winnipeg last
evening. He stated to a Globe reporter ,io
reference to the special from Winolpeg pub
lished in the Minneapolis Tribune — to the
effect that the scheme of the Mitchell syndi
cate for the purchase of $4,000,030 worth of
wheat to be used at Port Arthur thii winter,
had fallen through on account of hitrh grad
ing at Port Arthur, and that the farmers of
Manitoba were Id a state of insurrection in
consequence — that there was no truth what
ever in the report. The scheme was pro-
gressing satisfactorily, and though very lit
tle grain had yet been received at Port
Arthur, buying was going on all over the
province at satisfactory prices.
THE MANLY ART,
Combined with Fire Eatiiur, Concert
Programme, and Gymnastics.
The gentlemen of muscle and brawn got
op a good deal of an entertainment last
night at Market ball, which was character
ized by a considerable fa variety, nnd what
is called science, or the "manly art." The
entertainment consisted of sparring, music,
wrestling and lire eating. The crowd in at
tendance was sufficient to about half fill the
hall, perhaps a little more, so
that those who gave tbc show
probably made a reasonable sum
of money, It ls astonishing what a large
Dumber of "professors'" were present. Ev
erybody was a professor.
The first contest was between Prof. Barnes
and Prof. Butt. The last named gentleman
was a colored chap. With him Barnes had a
very soft thin Though the latter did uot
exert himself toany great extent, he laid in
the blows just about where be pleased, and
did up his work in a very graceful aud skill
After this display of science Profes
sors Cody, Korea and Parmlee
were announced as the orchestra.
This combination consisted of a
harmonica, a banjo and a guitar. The trio
made some very good music, and were given
The concert was followed by a glove con
test between Webber, the brother of Fred
Webber, who fought Mellen a week ago last
Sunday, and an unknown professor. This
contest, while it did not furnish very much
science, produchtd a great deal of amuse
ment to the audience, Webber baying the
best of it all the way through. It was a very
active bout, and shook up things in a very
The sparring between Professor Devine
and Professor Calwell,w_ts above the average.
Professor Devine was in red lights with blue
stockings, while Calwell appeared in white
trunks and blue socks. Both men were ap
parently pretty evenly matched and hit bard
and often. There was more of a strugclein
this match than in an\ of the others of the
cvcning,and at the close it was about an even
thing between the men. Both were ap
plauded about alike and each seemed anx
ious to do bis best.
The next sparring was between two pro
fessors of the colored persuasion. Professor
Gilbert was announced as the champion of
Dakota. In the first two rounds Professor
Singer, who was put up against Gilbert, got
the best of it and it looked as though he was
likely to beat Gilbert, but In the third
round, which was the best and hottest of
all, Gilbert came to the work and sparred in
a very lively manner. It was a very game
struggle from the beginning and both men
did a good deal of work.
Prof. Barnes, who acted in the capacity of
master of ceremonies, announced that the
great American fire king would make his ap
pearance and perform some wonderful feats
with fire. Immediately after this announce
ment a small table was brought and upon
which was a candle and MMM kind of ap
paiatus to aid the performer. The perform
ance consisted of eating fire. The
gentleman who did this act was a
colored individual, dressed in red tights.
Throughout the tights were covered with
spangles. The gentleman in tights gave
several examples of apparently putting fire
into his mouth, and swallowing it, and a
great deal of curiosity was excited to know
how he did it. He dipped up burning alcohol
and apparently poured it into bis mouth,
muoh to tbe astonishment of the crowd.
Prof. Barnes announced that the next thing
would be a wrestling match between Prof.
O'Brien and Prof. Duun. Tbe first contest
was a collar and elbow struggle, in which
O'Brien won quite handily. The second
was Graeco-Roman, and Dunn was thrown,
but before O'Brien could get both shoulders
to the floor, Dunn by making a bridge finally
managed to get out of the difficulty, and
Professor Barnes declared It to be M fall.
When the men tried again, Dunn won the
fall. In the next trial, Graco-Roman,
O'Brien lifted Dunn clear from the floor and
threw him solidly upon his back on the floor
with such force that he was partially 6tunned
aud it was thought he was seriously injured.
He got up, however, in a moment and
walked off without difficulty.
Two unknown colored "professors of the
manly art were next introduced to the au
dience, and they were good ones, and hit
some of the heaviest blows of the evening.
Fred Webber who fought with Pui.c'v
Mellen a week ago last Saturday, and Pro
fessor Gilbert were then introduced. Web
ber was very much superior and bad evi
dently determined to deal gently with his
opponent. He did so deal with bim, but in
60 doing showed great ease and skill.
Thomas Jefferson next put on the gloves
with Professor Butts. Jefferson is very
graceful, hits quickly and is as light as a
feather on his feet. He gave a specimen of
very neat work indeed.
Mr. Barnes then announced that it was
Intended for C. A. C. Smith to spar with
Haffey, but that Chief of Police Clark had
forbidden the latter's going upon the stage to
contend with Smith. This Haffey is the man
that was knocked out by Sullivan, and in
some way some feeling has got up between
him and Smith. It is for Oris reason, as is
supposed, that Chief Clark i forbids
their meeting. Alter Mr. Barnes had
made this announcement Haffey came out
on the stage and declared that he was ready
and willing to meet Smith at any time and
anywhere and try conclusions with him. He
displayed a good deal of feeling and is evi
dently in dead earnest. To fill out the bill
and not disappoint the audience Mr. Barnes
sUted tbat Louis Liverpool would put on the
gloves with Smith, and be did so. When
Smith came out be made a little speech in.
which be sUted that the proof of the pudding
was in the eating of it and that
be was ready at any time to meet
Haffey. Mr. Smith and Professor
Liverpool then had a little sparring, which
was too one sided to be interesting, and this
wound up the evening's entertainment.
A FIGHT ARRANGED.
After the entertainment was over, Morris
Haffey and CA. C. Smith met in Barnes <&
Jones' saloon and signed articles to fight to
a finish. Marquis of Queensbury rules, soft
gloves, for $200 a side, between the hours of
'6 and 12 p. m. on the 15th of January next
Forfeits were put up and the whole affair put
on a sound financial basis. Both men are
on their mettle and in earnest. It will be a
fight for blood sure.
Articles of . incorporation of the Strong-
Hacket Hardware company were filed with
the secretary of state yesterday for carrying
on a general hardware business in the city
of SL Paul. The business commences Jan
uary 1, 1885, for a continuance of twenty
flve years, and the . capital stock is placed at
$300,000, divided into 3,000 shares of 100
each, with "right to increase the same at any
time to $500,000. The highest indebtedness
is limited to the amount of capital stock, and
tbe incorporators and first board of directors
are Charles D. Strong, Charles W. Hackett,
Freeman P. Strong, * Horace B. Gates and
Theodore G. Walther.
THE ST. PAUL DAILY GLOBE THURSDAY" MORNING.. DECEMBER 18 1884.
St. Pact, Mnrj... Dec. 4, 1884.
. To the incorporators ot the Minnesota
Threaaer Man af acta ring company: Yon are
hereby notified that a meeting of the incorpora
ors of said company will be held at the Adams
boose, Boston, Mass., on Taesday tbe 23d day of
December,' 1884. at 11 o'clock a in.
A. B. ".ticknet. ' Two of said.
. R. F. Bkbskt, (incorporators
' Complete line of holiday and jarenfie books at
first cost. Davenport's. 9 West Third street.
Yon Girls' Club House. .
' For respectable yonng girls only. $2.50 per
week for board and lodging. Heading • room
free. Apply 630 St. Peter street, one door from
If » so nic
A special communication of Ancient Landmark
Ledge, No. 5, will he held this evening. Work
in the F. -. (.'.-. degree.
By order of the \V.\
By order of the W.\ SL-.
;.% 'rl >-'; : Willi _,-_ Daxtieu,
»".-jjAt McLalna, 384 Wabaih.nr Street.
A splendid assortment of Infant,' Whits Robes,
for sale at less than cost.
.' Sates money, time and trouble. Non-explo
sive. The genuine -'Acme" Fuel Kindier. Ask
your grocer. ".'Y V**-...'"'
A Minneapolis Mother.
Many a mother will read with interest what
Mrs. M<- Curdy, of 907 Cedar avenue, Minne
apolis, says; "Since an attack of diphtheria,
a year ago. I have been troubled greatly with
iodigestioo, which no doctor's medicine
would help. I began oaing Brown's Iron
Bitters two months ago, and it acted like a
charm, gave mc such au appetite I was hun
gry all the time. I con- ide - myself well, and
recommend my friends to use it. Shall also
use it when my children are ailing."
Everything, holiday and staple goods, at and
below cost to close oat tbe business at Daven
port's, 9 West Third street.
Ladles, don't make a mistake and bay yonr
Mark silk dress before yoa see my stock, Re
mem'-er they are sold at actual cost, and yoa
can secure a l>:ug -iin.
M-l.wN's. 334 Wabuhaw street.
lie hatt <.;.<••> Awny
For reserved seats at Opera Boom Satc-TOat
MMM at the Oriental Coffee and Tea Compa
ny's new store. 43'J Waua- stueet, with
every .2 purchase ot tea, or $3 purchase of coffee,
made before Saturday noon.
At Com: At Cost!! At Cost!!!
And when I say at cost, that is what is meant
everything and anything I have in my dry goods
store. Call and be con vine tbat these are
facts. C. M. McI.AiN. SSI Wabashaw street.
Complete sets of Dickens, Scott, Br.lwer.
Irving and others at cost, at Davenport's, 9 West
Any one wishing to purchase Christmas Card*,
Fancy Articles or Brie -a Brae, will remember the
Christmas sale held by the ladies of Unity church
ard tbe L F. W. Society, in their club room in
the basement of tbe chnrch, commencing Friday
morning at ten o'clock. Supper *erT'__ from
six to eight,
Cukist - as Trees
Send in your orders. .
HAMAD A CUMBEV.
31 and S3 East Third street.
Change of the Norwood Kalr.
The monthly fair at Norwood, Minn., which
ought to take place on the 2Mb Inst., ill, on ac
count of Christma*, be held on the previous
Wednesday, Dec 24. Acccst Haslett,
President Village Council.
From CoL C. IL Mackey, 3-_ laws Infantry;
I have derived more benefit from Ely's Cream
Balm than anything else I have ever tried. I
have now been utdng it for three months and am
experiencing no trouble from Catarrh whatever.
I have been a sufferer for twenty years. — C. 11.
Mackey, Sigoarney, lowa, Feb. '-"-, '82.
For three winters 1 have been afflicted with
Catarrh and Cold in the Head. I used Ely's
Cream Balm; it accomplished all tbat was repre
sented. 1 . F. McCormick, (Judge Common
Pleas.) Elizabeth, N. J. Price 50 cents.
Christmas cards at SO to 40 per cent, discount
at Davenport's, 9 West Third street.
Fine laces, beaded laces, fringes, silk rx'.-N
silk underwear, at lees than wholesale prices, st
McLain's, 384 Wabashaw street.
Go to the Pork Packing house, corner of
Eighth and Minnesota streets, for spare ribs,
tenderloin*, pure kettle rendered leaf lard, pigs
tongues, etc., cheap.
Oxford Teachers and family Bibles at very low
rices, to be had at Davenport's, 9 West Third
St. Pacl, Mixn., Dec. 4. 1884.
To the directors of the Minnesota Thresher
Manufacturing company: You arehereby noti
fied tbat a meeting of the directors of said com
pany will be held at fhe Adams house, Boston,
Mass., on Tuesday tbe 23d day of December,
lbt., at 11 o'clock a. m.
A. B. Stickxet, I Two of said
li. ¥. Hekset, f directors.
Albums, pictures, velvet frames, etc., at cost,
at Davenport's, 9 West Third street.
WARD— Mrs. Catherine Ward, wife of John
Ward, aged .7 years a: her residence. No. 23*
West Fifth street, at 4 :-0 p. m., Dec. 10.
Funeral takes place Friday, at 9 a. m. from
This powder never varies. A marvel of parity
strength and wholesomeness. More economical
than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold in
competition with the multitudes of low test, short
weight, alum or phosphate powders. Sold only
means. Rotal _,___,_, Powder Co.. 196 Wall
street. New York.
MH LLI O Nl .
I >/ :.li.Ax[*<;'±- ■■'"-V/^::r".--v'-'-iv
h^ANy ATTRACT] V E-
move: ltie s
' : '
• nexs. Best inclots from $100 a piece down
residence lots at from $50 down to $10 each.
LoU run in size from SSxIM) to 50x150. All lots
so far sold bsve been tnilt on; none sold to spec
ulators. Schools, chnrches. elevators, stores,
etc., etc., all built. Business lou will soon
b.-ir.z $1,000 each and .evidence lots $300 to
£-500 each. WESTPOKT Is sitnated on the Little
Falls A Dakota Railroad branch or the N. P. It. It.
in Pope county. Minnesota, atoot 10 miles from
mile and a half north of the celebrated Westport
lakes, surrounded by a well-settled, rich and
growing agricultural conntry, ls destined to
make a place of considerable importance
WESTPORT NEEDS A BANK, and to parties
who will start one there, we will offer big induce
ments. Addret or call on townsite proprietors.
Terms of sale— Half cash, balance in two equal
C. LIVIXGSTOS & CO.,
C 3 East Third street. St. Paul
REAL ESTATE A('E\T,
MANNHEIMER BLOCK. - • ROOMII.
St. PauL -:- •• -Minn.
GRISWOLD & TEEPLB.
Real Estate & Loan Brokers,
KO. CJ EAST THIRD STREET.
St. PauL - - Minn
(EsUblished in 1872.)
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
Corner Third A Robert «treets. fin Savings Bank.)
ST. PAUL, MINN.
Bays. Sells. Collects, Pays Taxes. Negotiates
WM. G. ROBERTSON.
REAL ESTATE **
(Succe. t or to D. A. Robertson A Co. the oldest
realeeute agency in Minnesota.)
Xc 7 itomiiiißioct cor.Tmi.4Wd.i3.iT
J. J. Watmx. Geo.H.Watso!..
J. J. WATSON & BRO, .
Fire Insurance Agency !
MS Jackson street, corner Fifth street.
Scottish Union & National Edinburgh
Fire Insurauce Association England
Howard Insurance Company New York
Mercantile F. &M . Ins, Co Boston
American Insnrancs Company Boston
North American Insurance Company Boston
- - r'*~ J. Ji-WATSON,
MORTGAGE LOW & REAL ESTATE
MS Jackson street, corner Fifth street.
Money to loan on St. Panl Real Estate in snms
of $500 and upward, upon favorable terms.
The Purchasing Pablie are respectfolly in-
vited to consult this Bargain Column for
various article* of Merchandise, offered for
sale by St. Panl Merchants.
_I?I flf-TEI. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
01.1-1-1/1 LIJ AgenU for various Eastern
Foundries. Finest selection
-"*"l"_-I"-r"C1 c of Heating stoves in the North-
\lll\r\ " **",t- Pruden Stove CO., 100
PI V 1 li-1 . £>gt Thj^i gtreeU
IT IS TIME to secure s.ttlnss for Holiday
Photographs. For fine work at reasonable
prices, go to Green leafs, 27 East Third street;
atet-t improvements and rati- faction guaranteed.
T.OOFS At A. D- IIASLETTS.
AND No. 183 E.Tth, near Jackson,
AJIvJL/Q CHEAP FOR CASH.
ALBUMS, picture frames, shopping bags,
writing desks, jewel cases, work boxes,
dressing and toilet sels. toys. Same's fine cntlery,
portfolios, pocket-books, etc., etc., at A. D.
let i's, IME. Tth near Jackson, cheap for cash.
CRIZT WORK, KE..SI.YGTO;.
SILK, lc SKEIN; SILK ARRASENE, 4c;
Wool, 2 He; Crewels, sc; Filling Silk. 4c:
Chenille, sc; Tinsel, 15c; CrescenU, Banner
Rods. Angora Wool, 20c ball; Ice WooL 6c;
Saxony and Shetland, 20c skein; Crazy Mite.
Books, 25c. Goods sent by mall. Price free.
Dos___dso.Cs, 139 Seventh. St. PanL
The Minnesota Stone Comp'y,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Uorth River and Pennsylvania Bine Stone,
SAWED OHIO FLAGGING.
Sidewalk Flagging a Specialty.
WM. F. VA ■» VORI», o n. Aat _. M.nsnr,
Offices — 26 Wood's Block, Minneapolis.
-* —Room 6, Cham. Com. Build'g. St. Pacl
AT AUCTlON— Chattel Mortgage Sale— The
entire trucking outfit of George J. Exley.
consisting of seven horses, six mules, twelve
seU of double and single harness. Un doable and
single dead and spring tracks, four spring and
lumber wagons, five single and doable bobs com
plete, tbree single drays, blocks, crows, lines
and track tackle of every description. Can be
examined at any time before sale. To be sold
Thursday morning. December 18th, 18-., at 11
o'clock, st the euble of said Exley, on Indiana
near Eaton avecue, in West St. Panl. Any in
formation desired obtainable on application to
Charles J. •Berry bill, 104 East Third street, Pres
ley block. 349-52
ulc eri me Valve-
A positive enre for Old Ulcers and Sore* of every
name and description, no matter how many years
Handing. This la tk- heavy artillery of calves far
Sore* of longstanding. /* xTi m-*
Cares alto Chilblains. ', /nt htUL/f iF
Bams, Cuts, Felons, d^JJxrsLfr*/*
Scald*, Frost Bites Ae./*-^C-__^-T-i_ifC-t,\
All i genuine bear* the^X Drn^rtA Chemiat
following signature : P.*r CmIXN.
BRISBIK & F_-_3.W__l.__,
Cmtmt «I Waba*kaw aid Ftartk streets.
Comer cl Wabashaw and Fenrth streets.
t-vet Expre.a Cft.e.
FIVE CENTS A LINE
"Y\7 ANTED— Situation in any kind of whole-
. v . sale or retail business in town or on the
road. Salary no object, Address A. 7, Globe
A highly educated German lady, only one
year In this country, wishes to give German
lessons, or have a class of young ladies to teach
them German. Address C, 50, Globe office.
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S-TTr^TJO.VA 6 ffi: It ED. ■'"
SITXATIOSS OP FPU ED.
A GENT- WANTED to sell North Star Polish.
-tx. 15c for sample box by mail. Address Henry
Sarins, Box 313 Stillwater. Minn.
— —^—^— — — —^^—
"IT "ANT ED — German or American gir'. for
ANTED— German or American glr!. for
vv housework in st. f-___ily. Cail at 531
Cooper ftreet. 353*
IV"" ANTED— good girl for general house-
>> woik. Good wages paid. Apply at 503
DeHow street. -,--•-' :,-i--», 351*
WANTED— good cock for dining hall:
steady employment. Apply at once. J. J.
Brennan, 393 Port street, near corner Sixth
'"reet. - 349-35
T\"ANTED — A female compositor for the
v v country, capable of setting plain manu-
script. 59 per week. Woman only employed.
Inquire of A. li.. Globe office. 348-54
OFFICE FOR RENT— T.to elegant offices
wlta bay windows, cheap. Walterstor_f _.
Moritz, No. 208, 210 and 212 East Seventh street
FOR KENT In flat, kitchen, dinin-. hed room,
OR RENT in fiat, kitchen, dining, bed room,
three lose bath room. Water paid.
Call at No. 2J7 West Seventh street. 317
FOR RENT— Eight room house on Filmore
avenue, two houses on Colborn street, foar
rooms: two houses on Welster street, fire rooms
each two houses on Jefferson avenue. seven
rooms each. Inquire of Li. B. Montgomery, 49
West Fourth street. 320*
HOUSES TO RENT in all parts of the city
from $10 to $30 per month. O. M. Mat
calf. 1. East Third strett. 3"3-.in
FOR RENT — '-.. -- >.di house with closets,
well and cistern. No. 220 Mount Airy, near
Mississippi street. John Dowlaa, 363 Wabashaw
FOR RENT — Houses from Si to *lv and jtf).
• Jas. Dillon, 254 Commercial street. 202*
HOUSE TO RENT— Selby avenue near
Western, 10 rooms, hot and cold water
bath and closet, good cellar and everything first-
class, street car.-., etc. McCarthy „ Donueliy.
ITIOU RENT— First-class dwelling. 13 looms.
A No. 114 Summit avenue, formerly occupied
by Reuben Warner. Enquire of owner, 11. D.
Gates, No. 122 Summit avenue. 251*
17"OR RENT— A house. Inquire 103 East
I Fifth street, uo stairs, next door to Tempe
rance House. tabic for boarding hou.e or
store. 2-1 _,•
HOUSES FOR KENT— Between Twelfth and
Thirteenth streets, ,_, Robert. Uri L.
170R RENT— A neatly furni.-hed house. In-
J- quire on premises, No. 46-' Dayton ivenue.
TO RENT— House~of-_o~rooms 300 Dayton
avenue. House of 9 10a., 89 Summit aye-
nue. House of 7 room., 560 Charles .treet.
Brick house, 1- rooms. Sherburne avenue, comer
of Anion Place. Uezekiah Hall, st Savings
Bank. • \. 553-__
ROOMS TO RENT— single or in sails with or
without board, at 44 Ea-t Seventh street.
corner of Cedar. 352*58
SMALL furnished house to reut until May Ist
cheap. Marion Bros.. 63 Last Third street.
FOR RENT— Fifteen rooms in suits or single.
Would be suitable for boarding bouse, or
could be furnished and rented at a good profit.
Inquire of J. M. Cooley, rear of No. 563 Broad
TO RENT— Three large, warm rooms, pantry,
wood shed and water, for $8 per month.
Also one large room. $2.50 per month. Enquire
on premises, 16. East Fairfield avenue, West
St. Paul. 312
FURNISHED rooms for rent— Two very Ele
gantly tarnished rooms— .sitting and -__,-
rooms, suitable for two or more young men.
Inquire at 160 West Third street, first floor.
FOR SALE CHEAP— EIsbt-horse power port-
able boiler and engine. J. W. Cunningham
<fc Co., 325 Wabashaw street. 344*
FOR SALE CHEAP— extra large Radiant—
Home stove (slightly -uitaole for large
store or warehonse. Waherstorif A Mori' No.
208, 210 and 212 East Seventh -met. 241-260
FOR — New- house and barn on Rondo
street, on terms to soil any purchaser. E.
Ingham, 563 Ashland avenue. 261*
ITU).. SALE — A good piano, cheap. Can be
.' seen at 122 West Third streeL 254*
1""OH SALE — A five-class Cunningham carriage
. or hack, cheap for cash. Inquire at 411
Hennepin avenue. Minneapolis. 210*
FOR SALE, cr will trade for a horse, a gooJ
-T Uallet A Davis piano. Call at once if you
mean business. E. S. ALLEN,
"■oa* 142 Ea-t Third stree
Mist ii i ■ t *, REAL ESTATE.
$1,500, will buy one of the best farms ln titan;
$1,500. will bay one of the best farms ln titan:
county, with hoi: of ■* rooms, house alone
cost $1,200, only one mile from the county sea .
10 acres of the handsomest giove of trees In ihj
state, this property must be sold in the next IJ
days. Fabwxll & Co.. Third and Jackson.
FOR SALE OR EX« TI ANGE— A choice lana.
folly improved and located one mile from a
good town, and will sell cheap. Farwell 4k Co..
Third and Jackson streets.
//VIAI / |/_
FOR LOAN on improved city business proper-
ty, $2,000 for four years. U. L. Lamprey.
TOANS on Life Ins. Policies, L. P. Van Nor-
J man. No. 245, Ist Aye. S. Minneapolis.
ACKEY'S LOAN OFFICE— Notes bousht,
money loaned on furniture, pianos, pone*,
monry loaned on furniture, pianos, bo rses,
wacons and personal property at low rates, with
oat removal. Offices. Room 7. First National bank
building, corner Fourth and Jackson streets, St.
Psul, and Room 7, Mackey A Legg block, corner
of Fourth and Nicollet. Minneapolis. 207*
•J. P. OTII-% C IIU li%- AVLTIOS.
TOYS, DOLLS, AND HOLIDAY GOODS at
.1. auction this week at the Novelty stores, 27
and 29 West Third street. Those who wish to
both save and make money on Holiday goods
will find it their interest to come.
O TO THE CLOSING out sale this week at
the Novelty stores as the stock must be
closed oat before the first of January.
OVERCOATS, suits of clothing for both men
and boys, must go. Don't forget to attend
DRY goods, cloak dolmans, circulars have to
go this week. Ladies remember this and
come to the anction closing out sale at the nov
veliy stores, 27 and 29 West Third street. Sales
at auction at 10 a. m.. 2 and 7:20 p. m. Doors
open from 7a. m. to 10 p. ru., to give all privi
lege to examine goods before tbe auction. Goods
sold at private sale when not selling at auction
C. J. Meiiicke, auctioneer, 251-55.
STRAYED— A red cow from 242 Oak street,
Finder by returning her will receive suitable
reward. ' 353 59
CHRISTMAS TREES, wholesale and retail, _-_8
Jackson street. , .*>• r.il
Holly A Lycapodiam. 353 Jackson street.
Weaiherly and Evergreen, 388 Jackson street.
"VTEWFOUNDLAND PUP— Seven or eight
--.l months old; black with white spot on tail
aud one toot. The flnder will obtain reward at 9
Monroe place, foot of East Ninth street. 349*
PARTNER WANTED with a cash capital of
$300, 10 take half interest in a sample
room, one of the best locations in the city. Ap-
ply at this office. 32.*
GOAL AND WOOD.
■ GRIGGS & FOSTER
Offer tha best grades of Anthracite and Bitumi-
Oiler the best grades of Anthracite and Bitumi-
nous Coal at the very lowest market prices.
Their coal ls 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
'.-" - Comer of Cedar.
Corner of Cedar.
.f^X^ tfT-Jj LYTLE'sI ■- i
£_>|T\P't___. iv — f j YOU WAIT l- S^rotfe the PUtt ta, _ums-cs>-\
•P^*"*! \S_r \ \ rr.\ .0 buy I \__l__3___ _-*/■
I llrrXi V ili WATCHES s * — —
vK 45 N ' \ st! \WSSY I MX ./
*~ LYTLE'S ~*
Great Headquarters and Union Depot
Holiday Presents !
! Holiday Presents !
_» immense sto**!,* of Gold and Silver Watches. Beautiful and Ele
gant stock of Diamonds. A rich stock of Jewelry, Silverware, Ster*
ling Silver and Novelties. All as good as new for one-ha'f their
value. Diamond Setting, Watch Hi- pairing and Engraving. Money
to Loan on all goods of value.
Pawnbroker & Jeweler, 45 Jackson St., St. Paul
lid TO BUS UUIAGE WORKS
t__2______3 re-gam 13 H U O
192 and 194 West Third street.
19-3 and _•»-_ Vest Tliird street.
Acknowledged by Artists the Best in the World,
Acknowledged by Artists the Best in the World
tol^i^ESttoS^"*""* n°aethat ™-<-™Petewith them
_aJ?_ ____£ !?*■ ***"■ PlM#*« so ***** rich and .ympattaetic, jet so full,
i Jt*?-?.- _fi.t.,l-b.r ****** 1" s" "'T""' rl"h """ -ynpathetle, yet so full,
ThurHb . ' fouasthe sre-test manufacturer of the daj.-Emml
S. IW-bMn.^"oß eXCCI aH "tbC" in roln"'" "f •'""' and la P»-"!r <>r expression.—
ma . bboft"l* n" Pi*n°S iD the W°rld thal sn"'"ill the roI<:<! ,ik<- the Weber.-Em-
R. C. MUNGER, -Aeent, St. -Paul.
..- -■'-:-■ SEND FOB CATALOGUES.
STANDARD SCALES. ~~
FAIRBANKS' STANDARD SCALES !
Eclipse Wind Mills Tanks and Pumps, -^ ..>•-
Smith- Vaile Steam Pumps and Boilers. S?S
■ Hancock Inspirators, Lubricator-., eto]
-.CST AJTD BHOM DSALUBB
»<_JJtd_L^lii:_K & CO..
*gij SCHLIEK &- CO..
PJJ SO. 89 EAST THIRD STREET,
y .raisin Boots & fc
_J^W^^/»^V St. Paul Agency for BURT'S, QUAY'S.
&*"* SW REYNOLD'S, and Many Other*
*-l"*r •***•'*- 1- -**n_r>'i„---iir Ci?" Mail orders promptly filled.
E. !!, SCHLIEK, 5Z
Boots i_ .boos, Jh
Boots ii Shies, JJJ
Sen Styles Daily Received. _^_____S____P
331 Waliasliaw street eg. i.^^^"Js
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BUSINESS COLLEGE. .
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AND TELEGRAPHIC INSTITUTE
AND TELEGRAPHIC INSTITUTE
Has l-ng fint-e established its claims to pnblic favor and has now entered upon its 15th year and**
the m ut favorable auspices, bend for catalogue, giving lull particulars. .o. .hwest cor SevenU
and Jackson streets.
. «__ W. A. FADDIS, Principal.
James McMillan & co ,
PROPItIETOKS OP TUB
Minneapolis Sheepskin Tannery,
AM) _>EA_.Er7.N * ¥ ■
HIDES, SHEEP PELTS, WOOL AND FURS.
_.,__, -v" ■"-•- 10** Second Street Xorth, MINNEAPOLIS, MIXX,
-hipments SoliciteL rite for circulars.
FINE TAILORING. "
.1 FERGUS FAHEY, " ""
58 East Third Street.
E_«r The latest styles of Imported Goods always on hand. Perfect nts guaranteed.
j; _!_ WHOLESALE DRCGG: "~~~ _________________
NOYES BROS. & CUTLER~
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
OS and 70 Sibley street, comer fifth, St. Paul, Minn.
____•_-- .' itt"*T*"
\ BATHS. . I
ST. PALL HEILTfI ISSTITLTE !
Ink'! Block, Cor. 4tfa & Cedar sts.,
ST.PAUL, .... MINN.
TURKISH, RUSSIAN AND ALL KINDS OF I
Fob — Every Monday, Wednesday and
Friday, from 8 a. m. to 6 p. m.
Fob Gains — day from 8 a. m. to 8 p. m.,
except Ladies' days. Sundays for gents, from
8 a. -a. to 12 m. G. H. WINKLER,
*a*" Manager. !
"*:-•■ ' MUSICAL
LAURA W. HALL,
MUSIC ROOMS 103 WESTERN AVENUE,
Head of Ashland venue, St. Anthony UUk
* ST. PAUL,
PIANO, oßtii\ MD HARM
THOROUGH INSTRUCTION GUAIiANTEBIX
References: Miss M___ix Geist, Principal
Musical Conservatory, No. 127 West Third street,
St. Paul ; also on personal application, reference
to the numerous . families whose daughters aha
has taught and Is now teacu_ag will be given.
Also, .gent for "BrainarU's Musical World,'
the oldest and best musical journal published.
Subscription $1.50 per -.mug-.