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CITY GLOBULES.
Decoration Day.
Honor tbe heroes.
Several picnics, to have taken place yester
day, were spoiled by the rain.
Collector Bickel's office will remain open
from 8 to 12 m., to accommodate cigar makers
and brewers.
Officer Lowell yanked a cranky drunk from
under the hill yesterday. He was intruding
upon his neighbors' premises.
When a safe is blown up in Minneapolis, the
country constables lock the door of the estab
lishment, turn in an alarm of fire and call out
the department.
Each dry day vow, the cottonwood trees
send their millions of seeds afloat. There are
few that find lodgment where there is a chance
for them to grow.
The family of Mr. W. Peterson, of Groie'6
Tivoli, arrived yesterday morning from Ger
many. There was a happy reunion of long
years of separation from his wife and children.
Yesterday afternoon, a gentleman named
Clements, was seized with a fit on Jackson
street, near the Merchants hotel. He was car
ried to a hotel by Officer Cook and properly
cared for.
Citizens of the Sixth ward complain of the
glaring violation of the ordinance against
bathing in public. On yesterday a lot of
shameless boys were disporting them6elve up
on the river bank and in the water, in a die
gueting mauner. The police should arrest
them.
The Minneapolis sectiou of the double-cnder
contained an accouut yesterday, of a trick
turned by the confidence gang who make that
suburb their headquarters, but strange to say,
they omitted mention of that little safe-blow
ing operation which ended in calling out the
lire laddies.
Yesterday the concern published in this city,
but devoted to the interest of Minneapolis)
bloviated about a granger who was tackled
by a confidence gang and unwound of all his
ducats. With characteristic stupidity the
blacklegs are mentioned as having held forth
at the Metropolitan hotel in this city. For
superior penetration of the hind sight order
tins confession takes the biscuit. The joke
that a half dozen "con" men could go trom
here to Minneapolis, when known by the fly
coppers of that burg, and take a trick under
their very noses is too good to keep.
About ten days ago an old man named How'
aid, was committed to jail for thirty days for
stealing a harness. When sent up he stated
that he had just arrived from Kansas, and that
his eight year old boy, who had came with
him, had been separated upon their arrival to
the city. Saturday night a lad was picked up
on Fort street, and brought to city hall. In
quiry developed that he was the old man's
u>n. He was restored to his father yesterday,
the latter embracing hi 6 boy from behind the
l>arr-. The scene was most tearful and pa
thetic.
CITY NOTICES.
B. F. Zahm & Co. are opening new Prints at
5 and 6c a yard.
B. F. Zahm <fc Co. have received new wide
lace collars, in rich goods.
B. F. Zalnn <fc Co. have Gent's, Ladies' and
Children's Underwear, light weight*. 1 , and sell
it cheap.
B. F Z. & Co., 157 and 161 West Seventn
street, have the "Pliable" Coiset. It is of
flegant 6hape, perfect fitting, comfortable,
dnrable, and low price.
B. F. Zahm & Co., 157 and 161 West Sev
enth street, have opened nc.v lace trimmed and
fancy lined parasols. It being late in the sea
eon they will be sold cheap.
For the accommodation of the public, our
store will, during the summer months, or un
til fin ther notice, be open until 9 o'clock r. m.
B. F. Zahm & Co.,
157 & 161 West Seventh street,
Near Seven Corners
Visitors to Stiefel'B Place, who ask who
made the beautiful furniture of your place,
are answered by Mr. Stiefel, "My old friend
Hangge, or llanggee, Cady Jk Medicke, Eighth
street, near the flouring mill."
Office of the Blanchard M'f'g Co., i
27 Union Square, >
New York, May 20, 1881. )
The regular quarterly dividend of three per
cent., nayable June 21st, ISBI. Transfer books
closed May2lßt. H. T. Sisson, Secy.
"I Don't Want That Stun',"
Is what a lady of Boston said to her hus
band when he brought home some medi
cine to cure her sick headache and neu
ralgia which had made her miserable for
fourteen j'ears. At the first attack there
after, it was administered to her with
such good results, that she continued its
use until cured, and made so enthuiastic
in its praise, that she induced twenty-two
of the best families in her circle to adopt
it as their regular famil}' medicine. That
"stuff" is Hop Bitters.— £ta;i(Z«rd.
AMUBEMBSITB.
OPERA HOUSE.
TWO NIGHTS ONLY,
Thursday and Friday, June 21 amid,
haverly's
EUROPEAN MASTODON
MINSTRELS,
JUST FROM LONDON, ENG.
The famous and identical company that
created for the term MASPODON, its present
accepted definition of "Wondrous and
Artistic." The same Minstrelsy that achieved
the remarkable distinction of 200 consecutive
performances at Her Majesty's Theatre,
London, under the patronage of their Royal
Highnesses, the PRINCE AND PRINCESS
OF WALES.
Admission 50c, 75c and $1. Reserved seats
on sale at box office Tuesday, May 3lst, at
8 o'clock a. m. - '149-51-52-53-54
DENTI3TBT.
Dr. Rice's Dental
nrHTmTfim Rooms, Sherman block.
1 1 1 1 MII V I Wabastaa St., near P. O.
1I H I I I\ I Only first-clasa office in
1 1 I 1 l I 111 I tie city charging mod
1/ Li 1 \ 1 I\J 1 I erato . prices. Painlesi
extraction.. j
fEJ^MONFO.RT.; G.~R.MONFOR r
MONFORT&CO
■aaattßiiff!
Matll, 1581.
The great increase in our business during
the past year has necessitated larger purchases
this spring than ever before, and we are now
receiving the largest stock of every description
of choice goods in our line which we have,
ever had in stock. Anxious to keep pace with
the recent marvellous growth of our city, we
haw made all necessary arrangements for a
still farther increase of our business, and are
now prepared to fill all orders for imported or
domestic table delicacies, fine wines, liquors
and all kinds of fancy and staple groceries,
with fresh goods of the very best quality and
at Chicago prices.
-.'pippin Tne QreM Fr*noninYigontor. ttenu
UuiUlu only. Stamp for airouUur. N«te»
ING Pills for lost manhood, tl box. Book
. \ - «rTon« DlMftus, oaca* tad «&r«; lOe to »»j
•c« PR /AMXS. We (llagtov «trMt. (hi-
CLOTHING.
WEAVERSON & JOHNSON
3IERCHANT TAILORS,
310 Jackson St., Merchants Hotel Block.
Where will be found a fine stock of Imported
and Domestic Goods, and work guaranteed
iniRST.CIL. ASS-
M. C. Ten Eyck is engaged as Cutter at this
establishment, and cordially invites his old
customers and the public who desire first-class
work, to give him a call. . 145*
WOOD DEALERS.
JOHN WAGENKR. B. LEE DAVIS.
WAGENEK & DAVIS,
DEALERS IN "'
WOOD!
No. 158 East Third street, Fire and Marine
Building, Bt. Paul. 89*
FIELD SEEDS.
SOFT M4PLE SEED
Now ready, extra choice stock, carefully
handled. Sure to grow if planted before
July Ist. '^
Delivered for express or freight shipment at
$1.25 per bushel, bags free. ;. . .
T. M. METOALF,
jNTorth. Star Seed Farms,
ST. PAUL, - - - MINN.
149-155
TAILOBS.
DUNCAN & BAERT,
liitTii'S
30 last Third Street.
Quality of Goods, Trimmings and Workman
ship guaranteed first-class. v 105
run.
GBIGGS & FOSTER
DXALKIIS IN
(ML ii WOOD,
29 East TIM Street,
ST. PAUL, - - - MINN.
ay-Great Reductions in Prices of Coal.
CITATE OF MINNESOTA, OOUNTY OF RAMSEY
O —88. In Probate Court. Special term, May
28th, 1881.
la the matter of the estate of Eliza O. White, de
ceased.
On reading and filing the petition of Henry L.
Moss, administrator of the estate of Eliza
O. White, deceased, representing among
other things, that he has fully admin
isterod?sald estate, and praying (hat a time and
place be fixed for examining and allowing his ac
count of bis administration, and for the assignment
of the residue of said estate to heirs,
It is ordered, that said account be examined, and
petition heard, by the Judge of this Court, on
Wednesday, the22J day of Juno, AD. 1881, at ten
o'clock a m , at the Probate Office in said county
And it is further ordered.that notice thereof be given
to all persons interested by publishing a copy of this
order for three successive weeks prior to said day of
hearing, in the Daily Globe, a newspaper printed
and published at Saint Paul, in said county
By the Court:
HENRY O'GORMAN,
[*•• s.] . ♦ Judge of Probate.
Attest : Frank Robert, Jr., Clark. may3o-4w-mon
STATE OF MINNESOTA, RAMSEY COUNTY—
ii us . In Probate Court.
In the matter of the estate of Jacob Kuinli, de
ceased.
On reading and filing the petition of Adam
Ootzian, of eaid county, representing, among other
things, that Jacob Kumli, late of the city of Oak
land and State of California, on the 29th day of De
cember, A, V. 1880, at said city of Oakland,, State of
California, died Intestate, and was a non-resident of
tho State of Minnesota at the time of his death,
leaving goods, chattels, and estate within this said
county of Ramsey, and praying that administration
of said estate bo to him granted, according to the
request of Henrietta Kumli an d Bertha Kumli, of
said city of Oakland, State of California, the widow
and next of kin of said deceased, and that upon
the proof of no debts, said estate be assigned by
final deciee of this court to the heirs of said de
ceased, and for such other proceedings as may be
required by law.
And on reading and filing the petition of Oscar
Stephenson. Eeq., attorney for said Adam Ootzian,
the widow and next of kin of said deceased, for a
commission to take the testimony of said widow and
next of kin, to be used on the bearing in sail mat
ter. .
It is ordered, that said petitions be heard before
the judge of this court, on Tuesday, the 14th day of
June, A. D. 1881, at 10 o'clock a. m., at the probate
office in said county. •
Ordered further, that notice thereof be given to
the heirs of said deceased, and to all persons inter
ested, by publishing^ copy of this order, for three
successive weeks, once in each week, prior to said
day of hearing, in the Daily Globs, a newspaper
printed and published at St. Pan], in said county.
Dated at St. Paul, the 21st day of May, A. D.
1881. ■
By the court, HENRY O'GOBMAN.
[l. s.] Judge of Probate.
Attest: IfBANK Robert, Jr.. Clerk.
Stephenson & Ma HUB,
Attorneys for administrator, widow and next of kin,
. - May23-4w-Mon
MEDICAL.
CURE YOURSELF !
FRENCH SPECIFIC
Guaranteed to cure radically diseases of cer
tain private, delicate nature, either sex or con
dition. Price $1; sent by express to any part
of the country. Full directions with each bot
tle. Sold only by E. L. STAHL, northeast
corner of Van Buren street and Fifth avenue,
Chicago. 120-1
WHOLESALE DRY GOODS.
AUERBACH, PINCH & VAN SLICK
The Only Leading Dry Goods House in the Northwest.
Competes with the Markets of New York and Chicago. .
OIL STOVES.
WHOLESALE DRUGGIBTB.
NOYES BROS. & CUTLER,
IMPORTERS & WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
38 and 70 Sibley Street, Cor. Fifth, St. Paul
The Finest Drug Store and Stock In the West.
THB SAINT PAUL DAILY GLOBE, MONDAY MORNING, MAY 30, 1881.
DAILY REAL KSTATE BULLETIN
Of City Residence Lots, Rlooks ud Suburban Tracts
for sale by D. A. BOBEBTBON & CO., Real Estate
and Mortgage Brokers, McQuillan Blook, corner
Third and Wabashaw streets.
FOB SALE-LOT AT SEVEN OOBNEBS-(Blte
of the old Window Hotel) 103 feet front on Vort
street; will be sold entire or divided. A most de
sirable locality for retail buslnesn, and is offered at
bottom figures.
FOB BALE— Wholesale business lota on Rosabel
and lower Third street.
Retail Business lots on Third, Mississippi, Rice
and Fort streets, and four on Bridge street, Sixth
ward.
Sevkbaii fine residences in different first-class
neighborhoods, $7,500 and $11,000 and 516.000.
Eligible residences up town and down town,
$1,600 and $2,600 and $3,500 and $4,600.
Some fine residence lots in middle town, up town
and down town, ranging from $650 to $8,000.
Neari/* 1,000 Lots, well situated, in various
parts of the oily, ranging in price from $100 to
$600 each, and payments to suit purchasers, which
include lots to suit all demands, in Sixth Ward, West
St. Paul Proper, and in Dawson's addition and in
Robertson's addition, and on same terms.
Lots on Dayton's Bluff, lots near Ham's Brewery.
Lots and blocks north and south of St. P., Minn.
& Omaha B. B. tracks.
Lots ob streets between University avenue and
Como avenue, near Rice street.
Lots on Aurora, Fuller and Martin streets, be
tween Western avenue and Kent street.
Uptown lots on Pleas aut avenue, on Lisbon street
and on Prairie street between Western avenue and
Douglass street.
Lots, more than 100 to choose from, <n (he new
additions adjoining and near the Ch. , Bt. P. &
Omaha Shops, &c, now building.
Lots in Drake's addition, east side of Fort street,
near street railway .
Lots in Stinson, Brown & Bamsey's addition
Several whole blocks in Arlington Hills adctltion,
north and south of railroad track.
Also, five-acre tracts within city limits, suitable
for platting into new additions, and also Beversl
eligible tracts, 15 to 160 acres, adjoining and near
city limits, suitable for platting in suburban ad
ditions or out lots. Also a Lumber of choice resi
dence sites of one or more acres, on Summit avenue
near Short Line crossing. Also several tracts rang
ing from 40 to 160 acres within one to three miles
of city limits.
DEY GOODS.
STILL GEEATER
BEDUCTIONS
IN
MLIIIS,
AT
run Hers
$15.00 Silk Dolmans marked down
to $1000.
$20. 00 Silk Dolmans marked down
to $12.50.
822.50 Satin De Lyon Dolmans
marked down to $16.00.
$25. 00 Satin De Lyon Dolmans
marked down to $17.50.
$30.00 Satin De Lyon Dolmans
marked down to 8 2 2. 50.
$40.00 Satin De Lyon Dolmans
marked down to $30.00.
$45. 00 Satin De Lyon Dolmans
marked down to $35.00.
$ 8.50 Diagonal Cloth Dolmans
marked down to $6.00.
$10.00 Diagonal Cloth Dolmans
marked down to $8. 00.
$1300 Diagonal Cloth Dolmans
marked down to $9.00.
$1400 Diagonal Cloth Dolmans
marked down to $9.87.
$1700 Diagonal Cloth Dolmans
marked down to $12.00.
$2000 Diagonal Cloth Dolmans
marked down to $14.
$22-50 Diagonal Cloth Dolmans
marked down to $ 1 5 . 7 5 .
$2 5. 00 Diagonal Cloth Dolmans
marked down to $17. 00.
Above garments are FIRST-CLASS in every
respect, and at prices quoted are POSITIVELY
LOWER than equal qualities can be bought
at elsewhere.
Lot Light Cloth Jackets,
Havelocks,
Children's Havelocks,
Ulsters, &c, &c
TO BE CLOSED OUT
WAY BELOW COST.
Mew Linus of Linen ani Mobair Ulsters.
BARGAINS
In Paisley Shawls,
Black Thibet Shawls,
Shetland Shawls.
NOW OPENING
100 Cases New Goods,
IN
Dress (ioods, Ms,
Laces, Parasols,
Hose, Gloyes, Silk Mitts,
Linen Goods, k,
THE IMPROVED
MONITOR !
THB ONLY ABSOLUTELY BAFK
OIL STOVE
In the World, on exhibition and for tale at
BACON & LAMBIE'S
DRTTGr STORK,
BBIDQB SQUARE, - - ST. PAUL.
FIVE CENTS A LINE
■-; •:■•;■ BPOBTINQ. . "~
CHAMPIONS' REST— Corner Fifth and
\J Minnesota streets. The nightly resort of
all the champions." Sparring, wrestling and
heavy lifting every, evening. Strangers who
come to St. Paul should not fail to witness the
sporting events that take place nightly. Ad
mission free. -■ ■^-, •.-.■-; '-' ■ •■ 102.7
WAHTID. '
AOO A6ENT B WANTED-To sell the
\J\J- ■ Nicodemus puzzle. - Sample, ten
cents. Address, 134 West Sixth street, St.
Paul. C. H. Martin. : 147-52
KAA RAILROAD Laborers for Cable,
O\J\J Wisconsin; $1.75 per day. Good
station work, 13 to. 16c per yard. Free pass
at Moore's Employment Bureau, St.' Paul or
Minneapolis. 149*
1 O MORE Men for Fort Buford. Chop-
Iv ping wood and hay making. Leave SI.
Paul Wednesday night. Get particulars at
Moore's Employment Bnreau, St. Paul or
Minneapolis. • 149-
NNEPvS wanted at Prendergast Bros.
J- "■. • 149 50
MEN WANTED— To work on the railroad
between Wadena and Fergus Falls. Fifty
miles to sub-let at once. Apply to DeGraff &
Co., 105 Jackson street, St. Paul. 147
WANTED— A furnished room convenient
to Metropolitan hotel. Address H.,
box 719, city. ; -;■.-■ 148-50
WANTED— A boy at 40S Wabashaw street,
143*
WANTED— Situation by first-class meat
and pastry hotel cook. Thoroughly
understands the business. Apply to Mrs.
Kearney's intelligence office, Robert street.
142- ■■•.•■
WANTED— gentle horse for lady to
drive or child to ride. T. C. Field,
16 Iglehart street, St. Paul. | 135*
ANTED— 3 first-class carpenters. Good
VV wages every Saturday night. 8. C. Mad
den, 111 Mississippi street. 137*
WANTED— Two or three good joiners.
Apply J. V. Clark, 52 Oak street. 137*
WANTED— A good farm hand. Also, men
to grub land by the acre. Apply to
Wm. Stee6, cor. Third and Minnesota st. 125*
TTTANTED-^OOmentowork near Watab,
TT Minn., in getting out and dressing
granite, viz: 50 competent stone cutters and
50 drillers; wages, 15 cents per cubic foot for
cutters and $1.75 per day for drillers. Also 4
boarding house keepers. Transportation free
from St. Paul to Watab. Address Saulpaugh
& Co., at Sauk Rapids, Minn., by mail. 91'
mHOMAS SWANSON— lntelligence office,
A No. 314 East Seventh street. 133*
Wanted school, county, town and railroad bonds and
county warrants. O . LrvraagTov & Co., Bt Paul.
SITUATIONS WAKTKD— ffalss .
SITUATION wanted for a young, polite and
kJ honest German, as waiter, or for doing
general housework in private family. Ad
dress 8, 20, Globe office. 149-
WANTED- By a man fully competent,
employment as gardener; has had ex
perience. Address, J. P. H., this office.
148* • •
WANTED— By a man who has had expe
rience, a place to make himself useful
about a house, take care of horses, etc. Ad
dress, Nicholas, this office. 144*
WHOLESALE LIQUOR TRADE-Clerk
ship in the above wanted by a young
Englishman, who has had several years' expe
rience in a wholesale London house. Address,
C. H., this office. > 145*
YOUNG MAN wants situation in private
family; not afraid of work. Address. J.
A., this office. ' f42'
WANTED— By a man of experience, who
can furnish references, a place as groom
and coachman. Will work about the house.
Address, M. D., this office 141*
WANTED— By a young man, with refer
ences, office employment, or assistant
bookkeeper, or as a start, clerkship in store..
Address, K. S. R., this office. 137*
/COPYING or other work wanted evenings.
\J Address, P. O. box 644, city. 124*
Femaiei."
WANTED— A situation by the day or
week, to wash and iron, or do plain
sewing. References given. Enquire at
Larson's new house, Williams street, between
St. Paul and Deßow street. 146-
WANTED— Situation in private families.to
do sewing, by a lady who can cut and
fit. References if required. 3 Call or address
395 East Third stteet. 131-
SITUATIONS OrgBBBD-yirmHta.
WANTED— A housekeeper for two grown
people; a pleasant home. Address, W.
H., Globe office. - 149-50
ANTED— IO girls at Engle's book bind
-TT cry to do folding. 321 Wabashaw street.
148* • ■-. ;
WANTED— girl for general housework
at 167.Walnut street. 144-
Q IRL WANTED— Enquire near cor. Fourth
VX street and Maria avenue, Dayton's bluff.
Mrs. C. Casey. 144-
ANTED— A second girl at 91 Wabashaw
street. , ";. 141*
WANTED— girl for general housework
TT in small family. Enquire at 48
West Third street. 140
--/^.IRL WANTED— Inquire at N0.386 Broad
\X way, corner sth street. 133*
WANTED— A first-class cook, no washing
T T or ironing. | Good wages paid to a com
petent person. Apply to Mrs. W. A. Culbert
son, 238 Summit avenue. 133*
WANTED— A competent girl for general
TT housework, at 25 Stillwater St. 132*
TTTANTED-Young girl, at 62 Stillwater
TT Street. ~ 130;
WANTED— A girl for general housework
in small family. Enquire at No. 1
Grove street. . - 127*
COLLAR AND SHIRT IRONER wanted
immediately at the CO. D. Laundry.
125* '
WANTED— A girl who is competent to
cook, wash and iron, at 69 Summit
avenue. " / 121 •
■-'..' gales.
OUNG MAN wanted to take care of horse
X and do chores. W. L. Anderson, Carpet
Hall, 123 East Third street. 148*
ANTED-Good competent boy to drive
'TT grocery wagon and take care of horses.
West end of bridge. J. C. MacCarthy. • 145*
WANTED— Two first class barbers, at 185
Vf East Seventh street. 141*
A SMART BOY living at home can have an
opportunity to read law, by addressing,
in own handwriting, "Lawyer," Globe office.
141* •-•-.
WANTED— Two boys to work in Broom
. factory. Apply No. 87 Carroll street.
•■••■.. ■■. ■ ... .138--: ■■ ■--■■■ .■■ :■■
"TTTANTED— A boy to learn the upholster-
Yf ing business. Stees Bros., corner Third
and Minnesota streets. 134"
HOUSES 8k-
FOR SALE— A fine English mare, over 16
hands, 7 years old, color dapple brown.re
markably kind and gentle; perfectly safe for
ladies and children to use; commanding ap
pearance. A very superior animal, suitable
for a coupe or family carriage. Enquire of
B. Atkins, 86 College avenue. 146-
ADMINISTBATOB'S NOTICE.
All persons indebted to the late Henry
Warren, deceased, will please call and settle
theirraccounte immediately.
sMM PETER BERKEY,
149-62 Administrator.
FIVE CERTS A LIRE
AUCTIOH BALES.
A PLEASANT and Convenient Home for a
xl business man. at auction, Monday, June
6th. I will sell at auction, on Monday, June
6th, at 11 a. m., on the premises, No. 52 (old
No.) Norris St., a good 2-story dwelling of 8
rooms, good cistern and well, together with
lot 60x100 feet. This property is convenient
ly situated, being but two blocks east of Jack
son st. and one block south of Pearl st., and
within five minutes walk of the Merchants
hotel, thus making it especially desirable as a
home for a business man. Terms made
known on day of sale.
P. T. KAVANAGH,
143-53 Auctioneer.
LUMBER WAGONS AT AUCTION— I will
sell on Saturday next, June 4th, eleven
Wisconsin hand-made wagons. They are said
to be all good work, and can be seeu Tuesday
on Cedar street, corner Third. I have instruc
tions to sell them without limit.
P. T. KAVANAGH,
mon-tue-fri-sat Auctioneer.
HEAL ESTATE
TF YOU want to buy, sell or exchange prop
_L erty, call on R. J. Lewis, room 42, David
son block. 149-53
FOR SALE— Choice building lots on Sum
mit aye., College aye., Pleasant aye., Rice
st., Fifth bt., Sixth st., Oak st,, Franklin st.,
Walnut st. Also lots near the Lincoln school,
lots near Hamm's brewery, lots on Dayton's
bluff and in West St. Paul; SO ucre6 2>< miles
from city limits; lands in Clay, Otter Tail,
Benton, Steams and Wilkin counties. Office
open each evening until 7:30 o'clock. 22 East
Third street. John Kelliher. 142"
FOR SALE— AT A BARGAIN— House 592
Canada street, near Pearl 6treet; ten
rooms, furnace, water, bathroom, etc. Apply
to H. S. Fairchild, corner Fourth and Jackson
streets. 120*
LOST AND FOUND.
QTRAYED— From near St. Paul Harvester
O works, a blueish black and white heifer
calf, 5 months old. Finder will receive re
ward by calling at 42 Sibley street. A*
H. Ahlgren. 149*
FOS BJ6ST— Rooms.
FOR RENT— Furnished rooms. No. 54
Deßow street. 149-55
FOR RENT— One suite of furnished rooms,
at 441 Jackson 6treet, bet. Seventh and
Eighth. 146-
FOR RENT— One store room, 22x60 feet, on
Bridge square. Inquire at room of
Chamber of Commerce. 64*
i^FFICES FOR RENT— In Davidson's block,
\J with steam heat, good ventilation,
Phalen water, electric-bell passenger elevator,
well lighted rooms and halls and all modern
conveniences. Apply at agents' office, in
the building.
23* WILLIAMS & DAVIDSON, Agents.
Houses-
FOR RENT— Handsomely furnished house,
with all modern conveniences. Shady
grounds, and in one of the most desirable and
convenient neighborhoods in the city. Thos.
Cochran.Jr., Real Estate Agent, 312 Waba
shaw 6treet. 149 -
FOR RENT— From Aug. 1, a fir6t-class
residence. All the modern conveniences.
On line of street car 6. Apply to R. L. Gor
man, at city hall. 142*
FOR RENT— House of 12 rooms, partly
furnished, two squares from post office.
D. S. B. Johnston, 20 Dayton avenue. 139*
FOR RENT— Two houses, $12 and $30. J.
W. McClung, Bridge Square. 13S 1
FOR RENT— Residence, with gas, water
and furnace, ten rooms, convenient to
business. Williams & Davidson. » 132*
TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN on real estate; from
one to ten thousand dollars. Ad
dress, P. O. box 520, St. Paul. 149
--tJMlkft TO LOAN on improved city real
estate. U. L. Lamprey. 93"
TO LOAN — At 7 per cent., money on im
proved city property. D.*S. B. Johnston,
20 Dayton avenue. . 131*
FOB SALE.
OOD CHANCE for a man with $1,000
VIX- capital. Grocery business for sale in a
good location, doing a good business. For
particulars enquire of M. Itin, Fourth street,
Sixth ward, St. Paul. . -148-161
FOR SALE— Good building stone, on
ground or delivered. Enquire foreman
grading lot, cor. Fifth and Sibley street. . 146*
dj^'TK Will buy a combined Buckeye Reaper
ip I O and Mower, (dropper,) but little
used, in good condition, with four sickles and
repairs. Cost $210. W. M. Stees, corner
Third and Minnesota 6ts., St. Paul. 134*
OR SALE— Ten shares St. Paul Harvester
Works stock. Address, "Stock," Globe
office. - 121-
MISCELLANEOUS.
LOANS on life insurance polciies negoti
ated. Solvent or insolvent bought. L.
P. Van Norman, 116 East Third. 126*
MRS. ROBERTSON— nurse. Ap
ply 24 Sixth street east. 146-
EEK'B Model Restaurant and Oyster Par-
Jl; lors, 256 First avenue south,- Minneapolis.
The best place in the city to get a meal or
lunch. Parties visiting the city will find it to
their advantage to call at this resort. Robert
Feck, Manager and Proprietor. 11l .
rtJBNISHING GOOD 3.
Ladies' Muslin Unierwear.
Ladies' Light Merino Underwear.
Ladies' Gauze Underwear.
CMldreiis' Mnslin Underwear.
Clildress' Lijkt Merino do.
CMldreiis' Gauze do.
Hosiery.
Laces, .
Neci Wear,
Ruchiop,
Gloves,
Fancy White Goods,
Just Received at
C. A. DIBBLE'S.
CIVIL ENGINEERS.
VINE D. SIMAK. MORTON
SIMAR & MOKTON,
CIVILKNGINEERS, .
Will make engagement -for work requiring
exercise of professional skill, on short notice.
Room 32, Davidson Block, City. ft 138-168
STOCK YABDS.
NOBTHWESTEBN STOCK YARDS.
Strictly Live Stock Commission
Merchants. ::■'.
'■:.: Shippers and buyers of Live Stock will find
it to their interest to correspond with us. '
DELANEY & O'CONNOR, • •
146- - St. Paul, Minn.
■ •■■,; •.-.... •''".",.•''.. BEBUaOOODS. • ".;■■• ■ _
61 SAINT ;RAXJX." 61
ONE-PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE,
SATTLER BROS., 61 EAST THIRD STREET.
A. BTTIjIj : JLJ&FEi OF SPRING GOODS JUST RKOiCIVED,
61 Boys' and Children's Clothing a Specialty. Orders by mail promptly attends.. 6 1
■■;■.;;:■■-.; ■■ ■• .■/•'-■'/' -~~: r . HARDWARE. . ' '. .• •' • '
BREDERtiODES,IronrNSTsteeI,
Heavy Hardware, Wagon & Carriage Material,
Horseshoes and Horsenails, Bellows, Anvils, Vices, Blacksmiths and Wagonmakers' Supplies.
221 and 223 East Fourth Street, St. Paul. .
~"lf flUir WIIEM T ABBOTT,
Wholesale Not i
Hosiery and Fancy Goods.
186 AND 188 EAST THIRD STREET, - - - - - - - ST. JPAUI
Y>\NWtt\\iS JUT
BOOTS AND SHOES .
New Spring Goods, New Styles,
ft TT f\ Tl Ft ARRIVING DAILY A.T
Aril In \ SOHLIEK & GO'S.,
1B I I 1 I - And will in a few days be the only
uii ujjui Complete Stoci en 1 Largest Assortment of Boots & Ste
-- ' ' • IN ST. PAUL. _Agency for the well-known BUKTS SHOES.
MERCHANT TAILORS.
MATHES > GOOD & SCHURMEIER !
THE JiAl:«Ks:- USD MOST FASHIONABLE
MERCHANT TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT
ill lUA NORTH WEST.
.l»»r.b'f* lv >*«»rohr»nl Tnllorhi^ uooiii. Cloths, CMMlmere* rih! Trimmio^s
,SV .I'AVKXUy STREET, ST. PAUL.
BTATIOSKR3. .
T Q WnTTI? 8 Pn wholesale"
1. 0. If UlllJ fit bll., STATIONERS.
Paper and Blank Book Dealers.
NO. 71 EAST THIRD STREET, ----- sT. PAUL
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UIJJMI &MLLU W VLL CARBJAiiES & SLEIGHS
S'HJEWOHK O.VM/J"
>64, 66 <& &B ■'ROBERT STREET, . ..- - - - - ST. PAUL
■■■■ H •■ t. i - A i H ii 11 JU • >f- >. .
JnnnpiTfTPTu & oil millinery- -hoods,
yfrMmit k tk, millinery hoods,
Arc! V.:in!)(;iotiireri» «•»♦
LADIES^ TR^AtM3SD EL& '!
«3f-lfasb!«m Fist* «:etiß, upon applicative.
iOi EAST THIRD STREET, - - - ST. PAUL
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
HOXSIE ' SELL
Fine Creamery and Dairy " Butter,
<fc CALIFORNIA HONEY, CHEESE,
■ ■ j^ ORANGES, LEMONS, CLARIFIED CIDER.
JAGUAK 14 JACKSON STREET, - - -. ST, PAOL,
CROCKERY.
OKAIG, .LAKKIN & SMITH,
Importers and Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
i T? (~\ Olv "R 1 "R "V* French China, Glassware, Lamps, Looking Glasses, ,
vyJTt \J J\. JU±X X , House Furnishing Goods, Etc., Etc
64 BIBLEY STREET, ST. PA UL.
CLOTHING.
1i I C I
SEND US A POSTAL CARD
MWith name and address, for Catalogue of
Field, Garden <fc Flower Seeds.
Catalogues Sent Free, By MaU, to any address.
• FEANELTN STEELE, JE., & CO.,
127 and 120 South First Street, Minneapolis.
FAIRBANKS' SCALES,
ECLIPSE WIND MILLS.
Peed Mill*, Tanks and FHxtur«is»
FAIRBANKS, MORSE & CO.,
46 East Third Street. .
Remember These Numbers:
3555 and 3020,
And gee that they arc printed
on the ticket on the collar of
the coat. They represent our
{Treat $10 Suits, "Men's Sizes."
Ask to Ik: shown Lots 8866 and
»'J2O, tit the Boston "One-
Price" Clothing House, 43
(new number 65) East Third
street, St. Paul.

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