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CITY O LOBULES.
Go to Elmo, 2:20 p. m.
See Kavanagh'a column for bargains in real
estate. , •
Yesterday City Treasurer Renz paid the city
contractors $5,000, and the water company
The sixth annual session of the State educa
tional society will be held at Lake City August
23d, 24th and 25th. :.'•-.
The subject of Bishop Ireland's lecture this
evening in the cathedral is Rev. Mr. Smith*
objections to the Catholic doctrine.
Prof. Geo. Huntington, of Carleton college,
will occupy the Plymouth church pulpit to
day, preaching at 10:30 a. m. and 8 p. m.
Judge Simons overruled the demurrer to
the complaint yesterday in the case of Larson
A Schallert against D. M. McNeill et al.
The case of the city against Mrs.
Couroy, charged with disorderly conduct, was
dismissed yesterday on motion of the city at
A good investment in real estate the prop
erty corner Ninth and St. Peter streets, to be
sold at auction Friday, July 1, by P. T. Kav
Rev. Samutl G. Smith will to-night discuss
the foundations of the Roman Catholic
church, and review the criticisms of Bishop
In the district court yesterday Mr. E. G
Rogers commenced suit against N. B. Har
wood to collect $1,000 for professional ser
An old bum named Tom Laherty was up
yesterday charged with vagrancy. His visits
were becoming too frequent, and he took a
thirty days' rest for his health.
A dizzy sneak thief named Thelander was
before Judge Burr yesterday, charged with
cabbaging a hat from a Rosabel boarding
house. He will languish for a month.
Trains for the camp meeting grounds at
Red Rock will leave on the Milwaukee A St.
Paul road to-day as follows: 835 and 10:35 A.
m.; and 1:35, 3:35, 6:15 and 8:10 o'clock p. M.
James Colter was arraigned at the police
court yesterday charged with procuring goods
from P. H. Kelly & Co. upon false representa
tions. The hearing was continued until next
Joseph McDonald was before hizzoner yes
terday for having drank to the verge of the
jim-jams. He was arrested >*y Officer O'Gor
man, one of the new coppers, and went to the
bastile for five days.
During Fridry night burgulai s entered the
store of McCarthy & Ver Planck, on Jackson
neir Sixth street, and carried away about 1,500
cigars. They secured entrance by means of
a rear window which was easily opened.
A drunken hoodlum wasjput under arrest
by Officers Kenealy and Galvin last night for
raising a disturbance at the Jackson street
depot. He resisted arrest and was finally
locked up with the aid of three men an! a
Oapt. John 11. Reaney, agent of the St.
Louis A St. Paul steamboat line, will run two
boats between St. Paul and Red Rock camp
meeting ground today, a boat leaving every
hour "iter 9a. m. and continuing until after
the night services.
The Gbncoe accommodation train on the
Hastings & Dakota road, arriving here at 10:30
A. _ and leaving at 3 r. m., will enable the
people of Glencoe and intermediate 'points to
visit St. Paul, with over four hours in the city,
and return home the same day.
After being out all night the jury in the
case of M. Auerbach and others against the
Northwestern National iusurance company,
tried in the United States circuit court, re
turned yesterday morning and announced
that they were unable, to agree upon a verdict.
They were discharged.
What might have resulted in a serious ac
cident took place at B-idge square Friday even
ing. A team attached to a carriage contain
ing Mrs. Foote aud two children shied against
the sidewalk, and the carriage was overturned,
throwing the occupants to the ground. They
escaped without injury.
The case of George Nollmau against the
Chicago, Milwaukee A St. Paul railroad com
pany for $10,000 damages, was taken up for
trial before Judge Nelson in the United States
court yesterday. The damages arc for per
sonal injuries received from a collision on the
road near Glencoe last August. The case is
Early yesterday morning a teamster in the
employ of Pieper & McVitt met with a
painful accident near the Northern Pacific
depot. While engaged in unloading lumber
lie attempted to open a box car, when the
door fell and struck him in the head. His
eyes and head were seriously bruised. He was
taken to the Market hotel and attended by Dr.
In excavating for the Unity church founda
tion, at Summit avenue and Wabashaw street,
yesterday, the workmen discovered a tamerack
swamp about two feet below the peat bed or
seven feet from the surface of the ground.
Several of the stumps were from one to two
feet in diameter, showing that at one time in
the remote ages a tamerack grove had flourished
in that location.
The Teachers' bible class, under the aus
pices of the Young Men's Christian association,
was resumed yesterday afternoon, at the rooms
of the association. Th-s. Cochran, Jr., gave
a review of the lessons in Exodus, which was
greatly enjoyed by all present. Ihe class will
meet on next Saturday afternoon at£:3o, when
it is hoped that every Sabbath school teacher
will be present.
About 11 o'clock last night the snide ring
pedlar, John Kelly, was arrested on Jackson
street by Officer Rouleau howlingjdrunk. He
was brought to the tower in a hack. Kelly
sent a pathetic letter to the court yesterday
and asked to te released from jail on the plea
that he would leave the city. On the strength
of his assertions he was released, with the
The police have received a postal card, or
dering the arrest of Arthur Norton, wanted
for the embezzlement of diamond rings, chains,
and a watch and locket from parties in Cin
cinnati. He is 32 years old, five feet eight
inches high, light hair, heavy light mous
tache, lisps in speech, and wore drab cloth
ing. Address superintendent of police, or E.
Short, No. 451 W. Fifth street, Cincinnati.
A reward of $500 is offered foi the recovery
of a trunk and contents lost or stolen at Chi
cago, while in tiansit, about the May 19. It
was a large Saratoga trunk, with the initials
"■M. E. X " marked on the end. Ihe trunk
contained a camel's hair shawl, silk and satin
dresses, jewelry, gloves, lace and a full outfit
of ladies' wearing apparel. Information should
hi addressed to Piukerton's agency, Chicago
or New York.
Go to Elmo at 2:20 p. m.
Don't You Forget it.
The Special Suit Sale at tbe New York
"Watering Poultry.— lt is the be
lief of the writer that many of the dis
eases incident to .poultry are due to
neglect in providing them with pure
water ; particularly do I believe such
to be the case, in the majority of in
stances, where chicken 'cholera' pre
vails. The omission to furnish fowls
with suitable drinking water is one of
the worst features of cruelty to ani
mals. It is a neglect that is decided
ly adverse to success, hence tends to
diminish individual fancy for fowls,
and works detriment to poultry in
terests. Those whom we occasionally
hear say that "there is no profit in
poultry", are not qualified to have the'
management of the same, and in their
attentions may be classed with the
thriftless and negligent parties who
keep fowls that get drink when i*
•c**i_s.— Fanciers' Journal.
Another Grand Opening.
Another lot of lace buttings at 12>f cents,
and silk warp dress goods, at B. F. Zahm &
Co'sf All who see them pronounce them the
best goods for the money they ever saw. |
Go to B. F. Zahm A Co.'s—
For Lace Ties,
For Lace Collars,
For New Style Linen Collars,
For Corsets, ■ . ,
For Buttons, -
They have the best stock and lowest prices.
For Light Summer Dress Goods,
For Printed Lawns,
For White Lawns, . ....... .^
For Checked Lawns, f ■■■,-;
For Percales, -.*• >>
. For Momie Cloths,
f For Prints, v
f For Furniture Cretonnes,
§; For anything and everything in dry goods,
go to Zahm & Co.'s, 157 and 161 West Seventh
street, Seven corners. They have the largest
assortment at lowest prices.
Go to Elmo at 2:20 p. m. Return 7:30.
OPERA ELOTJS K7
97 monda E n
Ul* TUESDAY. tJU)
WITH "THE CLOWN."
GEO. H. ADAMS
And a select association of
FAMOUS SPECIALTY STARS.
Admission 35, 50 and 75c. No extra charge
for reserved seats.
Sale of seats Saturday, 8 a. m. 174-77
Wednesday Evening, .Tune 29th.
W. H. BUCKELEW
Has the honor to announce a
Grand Vocal and lostnimeiiiai Concert,
English Glees, Madrigals aod Ballads.
Twelve Accomplished Vocalists. The Great
Henry Stein, Cornet Soloist.
Samuel A. Baldwin, Pianist.
Frank Wo tad. Pianist and Conductor.
Admission to .ill parts of the house 50c. Re
served seats 25c extra. 177-80
". Dr. Rice's Dental
nUlTmTrirn Rooms, Sherman block.
I ! I\' I ' V' I ! Wabasha St., near P. O.
[iHUminrn 0n first-class office in
I )!\ ' ■ V u ' Wabasha St., near P. O.
||l \ Only first-class office in
If 'i ii !!1 ] 1 the city charging mod
1/ Li 1 ' 11-JJ.I eratfl prices. Painless
June 17, 1881.
We are in constant receipt of fresh and
choice' Creamery Butter, which we can fur
nish in any quantity desired. We also receive,
fresh from the vines, every morning, large
quantities of the choicest variety of Straw
berry grown in this State.
WALL PA PEP..
Wall Paper at combination
prices. Save your freights
by buying of us.
& VAN SLYCK,
(A Medicine, not a Drink.)
HOPS, BUCHU, MANDRAKE,
AST) the PtTREST and BEST MEDICAL QUALI
TIES of all otzxe3 blttebs.
All Diseases of the Stomach, Bowels, Blood,
Liver, Kidneys, and Urinary Organs, Ner
vousness. Sleeplessnessand especially
SiOOO IN COLD. -^
Will be paid for a case they will not cure or
help, or for anything impure or injurious
■ found in them. .. . -
Ask your druggist for Hop Bitters and try
them before you sleep. Take no other.
D I. C. is an absolute and irresistible cure for
Drunkenness, use of opium, tobacco and
111 l 111 iB Send fob Czbcxxab. *ES__H_9
•'-•.;' All above sold by drnpriita.
Hop Bitters Mfg. Co., Rochester, N. V.. & Toronto, Ont.
WEAVERSON & JOHNSON
310 Jackson St., Merchants Hotel Block.
Where will be found a fine stock of Imported
and Domestic Goods, and work guaranteed
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. '-» ■'.;. :V* ; -- 145*
, Hl.' WAGENER. 8. LEE DAVIS.
WAGENER & DAVIS;
WOOD ! ;
No. 158 East Third street, Fire and Marine
Building, St. Paul. .-.;,'. 89*
THE SAINT PAUL SUNDAY GLOBE, SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 26, 1881
REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION.
ON WESTMINSTER AYE
I will Mod lie Premises.
Tuesday, July 1211,
At 11 O'clork a m.,
The Gibbens property on Westminster avenue,
consisting of a large Two-Story Stone House ,
of 12 rooms, large basement, cellar and
attic. Size of ground, 96x125. Terms, one
third cash, the balance on long time and easy
payments, if required. ;v"N ;■■ ,-_.
P. T. KAVANAGH.
Comer Si, Ret.r art Mil Sis.
Larp ass Nearly New Dielliu
la the immediate rear of the above property,
Opposite ike .Brain CaMic Girt. |
I will sell at public auction, on the premises, j
FRIDAY, JULY Ist,
At 11 O'clock ft. in.,
The above described property, belonging to
the estate of the late John O'Gorman, Esq.
This property has a frontage on St. Peter
street of 50 feet by 176 feet on Ninth street, ,
and will be sold as follows: Corner lot 25x100,
inside lot, 35x100 with small brick house, and
50x76 feet with the house. The house is
comparatively new, cost nearly $3,000 to
erect, and is in as good condition as when
built. Terms will be made very easy.
James o'Goi.max, Administrator.
P. T. KAVANAGH,
-lift Beautiful Growls .
In West li Paul
I will sell on the premises,
Monday, July 11,
At 11 o'clock a. m., on the high ground
above Reimer's grocery store, beyond the
quarry on the Dodd road, the beautiful cot
tage and grounds belonging to Mr. E. Hollo
way, known as "River View." This property
has a frontage of 100x150, corner Green street
and Gale avenue, good cellar, cistern and
barn; grounds well supplied with healthy
fruit trees and ornamental shrubbery. The
view is probably the best that can be obtained
from any point on the West Side.
Terms will be made to suit purchasers with
P. T. KAVANAGH, Auctioneer.
By Order of the Probate Court.
HOUSE AND LOT
For sale for cash or on long time. Will be
SOLD BY AUCTION
OnMonday, July 11,
At 10 o'clock a. m., on the premises, the
house and lot formerly occupied by Hugh
Chalmers, being lot 4, of block 115, West St.
Paul Proper, now the Sixth' Ward of the city
of St. Paul. The house contains six good
rooms, with cellar and cistern. The lot is
50x150 feet, and commands an open and ex
tensive view. It is situated on the bluff, be
yond Adam Rau's stone quarry, on the Dodd
Road. The West St. Paul Building Associa
tion holds a mortgage on said premises on
which there will be due in July $537.12. This
amount can be paid up, or may be made in
monthly installments at the rate of twelve
dollars per month for about twenty months,
after which four dollars per month for about
three years. . The amount bid over and above
said mortgage must be paid in cash at time of
sale. Immediate possession given.
R. Bradley, Administrator.
P. T. KAVANAGH, - Auctioneer.
IN WEST ST. PAUL PROPER-
I will sell on the grounds, in block 70,
West St. Paul Proper, the same being situate
on the fine plateau beyond the bottom,
On Wednesday, July 6th,
At 10 o'clock a. m., 10 good building lots.
These lots front fon Greenwood street and
Clinton avenue, and are covered with a valu
able orchard. Easy terms.
P. T. KAVANAGH,
.-',-' ;f ■'.■■v\,.v\'^.:-.c,-\l::. Auctioneer.
Articles' of Incorporation
,■ ■ •
• ■ . • . -i .
The Saint Paul Globs Pfimim
The undersigned hereby associate themielves and
agree to become a body corporate under and by vir
tue of the laws of the State of Minnesota in such
ease made and provided, and for that purpose have
adopted, agreed to and signed the following Article!
The name of this Corporation shall be "The Saint
Paul Globe Printing Company." The general na
ture of its business to be the printing and publish
ing of a Daily and Weekly Newspaper, and the print
ing and publishing of su:h other newspapers or pub
lications as the Corporation may at any time desire to
undertake; also the conducting of a general Job
and Book printing business, Lithographing, Electro
typing, Stereotyping, book-binding, etc The princi
pal place of business shall be at tbe city of Saint
Paul, in the County of Ramsey and State of Minne
sota. ';' ' ' ", ■ • - *
-The said Corporation shall commence en the l»t
day of July, a. D. 1881, and shall continue for a pe
riod of thirty years thereafter.
The amount of the capital stock of sad Corpora
tion shall be One Hundred Thousand Dollars, pa-f
-ab .c at such times as the Board of Directors thereof
The highest amount of indebtedness or liability to
which this Corporation shall at any t .me be subject
■hall be Tea Thousand Dollars.
The names and places of residence of the parsons
forming the said Corp ration are as follows :
Henry H. Sibley, St. Paul, Minnesota.
P trick H. Kelly, St. Fan], Minnesota.
Albert B<. better, St. Paul, Minnesota.
Ansel Oppenheim, St. Paul, Minnesota.
William Dawson, St Paul, Minnesota.
K. B. Galusha, St. Paul, Minnesota
U. W. Johnson, St. Paul, Minnesota.
f; '-:'. ;-,'v SIXTH.
The government of the said Corporation and the
management of its affairs shall be vested in a Board
of seven Directors, who shall be Stockholders of said
Corporation, and who shall be elected by ballot by
the Stockholders, annually, on the day appointed
therefor by the "By-Laws." The said Board of Di
rectors shall immediately, after their election in
i ach year, elect of their number a President,
Vice Piesident, Treasurer and Secretary, who shall
be the officers of the said Board of Directors as well
as of the Corporation. And each of said Directors
md officers shall hold his office for the ensuing year
and until bis successor is elected and qu.aU de<l . Va
cancies in the office of Director shall be filled by the
Stockholders at any meeting s-tated or special, and
vacancies ia any ol the other offices shall be til ed by
the Directors at a meeting thereof. The said Board
of Directors shall prepare and submit to a meeting
of the Stockholders, to be called for that purpose,
•'Py-Laws" for the government of Eaid Corporation,
which shall, on being adopted by a vote of a majority
of said Stockholders present at such meeting, be
come the "By-Laws" of said Corporation. The said
Board of Directors shall also have power to adopt
all such rules and regulatiobs necessary for the dis
charge of their duties and for the government of
the Board, as shall not conflict nor be inconsistent
with the "'By-Laws."
The first *.'oard of Directors shall be H. H. Sibley,
P. H. Kelly, Albert Scheffer, Ansel Oppenheim, Wil
liam Dawson, B. B. Galueha and B. W. Johnson,
and they shall hold such office until the lft day of
July, A D. 1832, when the first annual election of
Directors shall be held.
The number and amount of shares in the cspitil
stock of said Corporation shall be Two Uhousand
Shares at Fifty Dollars each .
Iv witness whereof we have hereunto set our hands
and teali this 2uth day of June, A. D. 1831
HESRY O. BIBLEY. [Seal.l .
. P H. KELLY, [Sea.]
ALBERT SCHEFFER, [Seal]
ANSEL Ot'PENHEIM. [Seal ]
WM. DAWSON, [Seal. J
R B G\L'jHHA. [Seal.]
R. W JOHNSON, [Seal.]
In presence of 0. D. O'Brien,
C. H. —.Nairn*.
STATE OF MINNESOTA, (. R8 >.-
COVVTZ of HAtttaa. ) '
Be it known, That on this 20th day of June, A. D.
1881, personally appeared before me Henry H. Sib
ley, P. H. Kelly, Albert Scheffer, Ansel Oppeu
helm, Wm Dawson, K.B. Ssfanha and R John
eon, to me well known to be the persons described in
and who executed the foregoing Articles of lucorpo .
ration, and they acknowledged that they executed
the same fieeiy and voluntarily for the uses and pur
poses therein expressed .
—^-— CD. O'BRIEN,
_) not'l ( Notary Public,
1 s__. i Ramsey County.
■ — ,— — ' ■- Minnesota .
STATE OF MINNESOTA, I
Department of State, j
I hereby certify that the within instrument »as
filed for record in this office on the 20th day of June,
A. D. 1881, at 5 o'clock p. m., and was duly recorded
in book F. of Incorporations
FRED. YON BAUMBACH,
f- ,,"•*.;'!■■' Secretary of Sate.
C. A. DIBBLE
. New Number 75 East Third Streeet,
LADIES' AND G*?NT*j'
Fancy Dry Goods.
Complete Assortment of
Gauze Merino Underwear, for Ladies, Gents
Muslin Underwear, for Ladies and Misses.
Silk, Lisle Thread and Cotton Hosiery.
Silk and Lisle Gloves and Lace Mitts.
Foster Kid Gloves; fitted to purchasers.
Children's Kid and Lisle Gloves and Mitts.
Parasols, Fans and Corsets.
Lace and Mull Ties, Collars and Ruchings.
All the new Laces and Veilings.
Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs.
Gentlemen's Shirts, Collars, Cuffs aud Neck
Suspenders, Half Hose, Gloves and. Sleeve
Latest Styles! Best Qualities ! Lowest Prices !
CAMP MEETING I
THE ST. PAUL &ST. CROIX
Will run Steamers i and Barges every hour,
from the foot of Jackson street to Camp
Meeting Grounds and return, commencing at
8 a. i, SMfiay, Jane 2611.
Fare, Round Trip 50c.
175-77 . .■■' J. H. REANEY, Agent.
DUNCAN & BARKY,
30 East _iri Street.
Quality of Goods, Trimmings and Workman
ship guaranteed first-class. 105
IORTBfI3TERI STOCK TABDS.
Strictly Live Stock Commission
Shippers and buyers of Live Stock will find
it to their interest to correspond with us.
DELANET A O'CONNOR,
146*.. St. Paul, Minn.
FIVE CENTS A LINE
Tie GLOBE "Want" f ami Employ-
Advertisement j ln this columnar* publishes*
at five cents a Una each insertion, bat is
order to prove the efficiency of the GLOBE as
aa advertising medium, and alio to aid the
unemployed, wo will publish for twenty-five
cents, a three-line advertisement, of Situa
tions Wanted and Situations Offered, and con
tinue the advertisement until the object sought
for ie accomplished- For twenty-five cents,
the man out ef work can advertise for a situa
tion until he finds one.
Each line over the throe, to cost fire cents
nor line each insertion-
-| ff MORE MEN to go to Bismarck to-night
JLO to work on steamboats, $35 per month.
Go to-night. Call to-day, Sunday, after 2 p.m.,
and get tickets; 25 men to surface track on
North Wisconsin Railway,ijo Monday morning
at 10 o'clock; 10 to chop pine wood, 90 cents
per cord; board $3.50; 2 stone masons for Co
quette, $2.75 and board. Call at Moore's Em
ployment Bureau for fiee pass. 177'
WANTED— At the Globe News Room,
immediately, 4 or 5 good compositors.
WANTED— Fifty carpenters for working
on railroad shops at Brainerd; wages,
$2.50 per day; free fare. Cotton's Employ
ment Bureau, No. 221 Washington avenue
south, Minneapolis. 176-78
US. LIFE — Salary and commission to the
. right man. L. P. Van Norman, 116 E.
Third street. ; 175*
WANTED — to do general
repairing. Address M. W. Niederkorn,
Farmington, Minn. 174"
WANTED— Four good active newspaper
canvassers. City work. Apply at
Globe office, 311 Hennepin avenue, Minneapo
WANTED— Two first-class waiters at Mc-
Leod's Restaurant. Good wages.
Wanted school, county, town aud railroad bonds and
wanly warrant*. ' '.: Lrvrsotfro* k Co., St Paul
! ' *T"<7A T ! 0!*! 1 oy_r% _& _, _vo_+,-,
WANTED— A good girl, to do house work,
YV at 177. Wabashaw street. 177-178
N~ URSE -jrlßL— To take care of child <lur
ing day— have to sleep at home. Mrs.T. F.
Wright, 170 Fort street. 177*
GIRL wanted to do housework. Enquire
corner Maekubin and Carroll streets.
Mrs. M. D Miller. 176*
ANTED — A young nurse girl. Enquire
V ? at 325 Wabashaw street, or at 46 Port
land avenue. Mrs. J. W. Cunningham. 176*
WANTED— 493 Broadway, girl for gen-
V t eral housework. None but a good cook
need apply. 175" .*■
TED— Girl for general housework.
Tf 376 Jackson. ' 172*
TTrANTED— A good girl for general house-
VV work; four in family. Apply 48; ' West
Third street. , 172*
WANTED— A good girl or woman to do
general housework is family of three.
Apply at 108 Pleasant avenue. 172*
WANTED— Immediately, competent girl
VV for general housework, who under
stands washing and ironing; 22'J Eighth street.
WANTED— A good cook, at No. 237 East
VV Tenth street. 169
-/ 2 OOD GIRL for general housework in a
\fX family of three. Apply to Mrs. A. S.
Eifelt, 61 Irvine park. 166*
/ **** IRL WANTED— Enquire near cor. Fourth
vX street and Maria avenue, Dayton's bluff.
Airs. C. Casey. _ 144-
XTfT ANTED— A good cook, washer and
VV ironer. Reference required. A strong,
capable girl can secure a good place by call
ing on Mrs. J. B. Power. 162*
WANTED — By a competent dressmaker,
work by the day. Good cutter and
fitter. References given. Address to 20S Fort
street, St. Paul. 156*
WANTED Situation by un engineer, with
eleven years' experience; best of refer
ences. Address John Linsted, 35 East Seventh
WANTED— A situation in private family
as coachman, and will work around the
house. . Address J. M., Globe office. 165*
SITUATION WANTED— A young man who
speaks German and English, has had ex
perience in the grocery business, desires a sit
uation. References "given. Address "Z.,' !
Globe office. . 163*
WANTED— By a young man willing to
work, with excellent recommendations,
a place as coachman. Will serve as butler or
wait on table. Address Butler, this office.
I 163* .
WANTED— By a young man, situation in
a commercial house as shorthand clerk.
Address H. S,, this office. 161*
TO PRlNTERS— Situation wanted by a
competent and experienced printer. Ad
dress W. 8., care Globe office. 161*
WANTED— Situation as coachman. Can
Vt furnish best of references. Address
Timothy Danahey, Globe office. 158*
WANTED— by a young man 17
years old, writing a good plain hand and
understands book-keeping; willing to make
himself useful in anything. Address A. 8.,
this office. 158*
Tt7'HOLE;}ALE LIQUOR TRADE -Clerk-
V T 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*
SITUATION WANTED— By a young man
very anxious to do some collecting, or
some ouTside work of that kind. Address, X.,
this office. 155*
A 'YOUNG- MAN wants situation in private
family; not afraid of work. Address, J.
A., this office. 142-
XT7" ANTED- By a man fully competent,
W employment as gardener; has had ex
perience. Address, J. P. H., this office.
■ : ; 148* ■ ■
WANTED— Situation by flrst-class meat
V V and pastry hotel cook. Thoroughly
understands the business. Apply to Mrs.
Kearney's intelligence office, Robert street.
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST — Iron gray pony. Leave information
at police quarters early this morn
ing. " 177 jjs
LOST— $5 reward. A black horse about
7 years old, with halter. Finder will
please leave with Conrad Wurm, corner Fort
aad Randolph streets, and receive above re
ward. -;.*>' 177- SO
LOST dark sorrel mare, about 10 years
old, no shoes behind, spot on off side, no
hair; $5 reward will be paid the finder by re
turning to James Brennan, near corner Ninth
and Wabashaw streets. 177-78
STRAYED— From A. Hill's sale stable, cor
ner Fourth and Exchange streets, one
sorrel horse, 5 years old, shod in front, light
mane and tail, good style, no marks. A suit
able reward will be paid for the recovery of
STRAYED— small Alderney cow. Any
one returning her or giving information
whic*' will lead to her recovery will be suit
ably rewarded by John A. Berkey, 15 Dayton
avenue, old number, 234, new number. 177-7*?
LOST— Between Eagle | street crossing and
the Globe office, an agents' delivery book,
marked Minneapolis on • the cover. Finder
will be rewarded ' on • returning the book to
this office. . *. ; . ; , 173*
61 —. SAINT PAUL...;, 61
ONE-PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE,
BATTLER BROS., 61 EAST THIRD STREET.
A. STJIALs LINE OF SPRING GOODS JXJST RKCKIVED,
6 1 Boys' and Children's Clothing a Specialty. Orders by mail promptly attend**.. 6 1
01 IRE IRK DOWN
Satin De Lyon Dolmans and Capes.
Black Diagonal Dolmans and Capes.
Light Cloth Dolmans and Jackets.
Children's Cloth Jackets.
Above garments are all marked WAY BELOW
COST, and will be closed out NOW.
BIG REDUCTIONS in prices of PAISLEY
SHAWLS, Shetland Shawls, Summer Skirts,
45-inch all wool Black French Lace Bunting,
50c, worth 90c.
27-inch PURE SILK Black Grenadines, $1.25,
Good, heavy, all wool, PLAIN BUNTINGS,
18c, worth 25c.
Polka Spot Foulard Silks CHEAP.
EVERY KIND OF SILKS AND SATINS
LOWER THAN ANY STORE IN THE
100 Pieces White "Pks.," at7c, 10c, 12& c, 15c
&c— ABOUT HALF PRICES.
131 East Third Sires!. - __________ - SI. Paul, Minn.
~ LAREfIN & SMITH,
Importers and "Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
t ' I sOTsT "FT "V yrenc * 1 China, Glassware, Lamps, Looking Glasses*,
LVWOJ______ffY 1 , House Furnishing Goods, Etc., Etc.
64 SIBLEY STREET, ST. PAUL,
FIVE CENTS A LINE]
FOE SENT— Booms.
FOR RENT— Furnished rooms with first
class board. 155 Twelfth St., cur. Jack- j
FOR RENT— Two unfurnished rooms, first
floor, with or without board. Two blocks
from Seven Corners. Apply 52 Oak St. 177*
TWO front unfurnished rooms to rent in
new house. 181 (old No.) St. Peter St.
FOR RENT — Three rooms upstairs, suitable
for light housekeeping. Rent, $5 per
month. Apply to J. M. Cooley, We^t St. Paul.
FOR RENT— nicely furnished rooms,
suitable for four gentlemen. References
given and required. Apply 390 Robert St.
FURNISHED ROOM— One very large fur
nished room with board in the most de
Birable locality in the city. Address ' 'S," Globe
office. " ■ : 176-7S
A NICELY furnished front room in a strictly
private family. 25 E. Ninth st. 174-77
FOR RENT — A furnished room, corner of
Sixth and Jackson streets. 167*
ROOMS FOR RENT— Apply at Merritt
house, near bridge, West St. Paul. 162*
OR RENT— Cheap, 3d floor over No. 27
Robert street, bet. Third and Fourth
streets; size 25x75 feet; light and airy. Ap
ply in restaurant underneath. 152'
FOR RENT— One store room, 22x60 feet, on
Bridge square. Inquire at room of
Chamber of Commerce. , 64*
OFFICES FOR RENT— In Davidson's block, !
with steam heat, good ventilation,
Phalen water, electric-bell passenger elevator,
well lisrhted rooms and halls and all modern
conveniences. Apply at agents' office, in
23* WILLIAMS A DAVIDSON, Agents.
FOR RENT— A newly built house with
seven rooms and all modern improve
ments, Cor. Delos and Livingston avenues, one
block from St. Michael's church,. West St.
Paul. Apply next door. 177-79
FOR RENT— House with 11 rooms and all
modern improvements. Apply next door
No. 28, (old No.) Summit avenue. 166*
FOR Handsomely furnished house,
with all modern conveniences. Shady
grounds, and in one of the most desirable and
convenient neighborhoods in the city. Tho6.
Cochran, Jr., Real Estate Agent, 3l2 Waba
shaw street . ; 149'
CORNER LOT on Dayton's Bluff-!f3oo— '
half cash, balance on time. John M
Lynch, 63 East Third street. 177&79
FOR SALE— The fine grove and lake shore
homestead of Peter Schneider. House
and 38 acres fronting White Bear and Goose
lakes. These grounds are best adapted "Tor
hotel purposes or cottage lots. Also 920-acre
farm adjoining. A. Ootzian.
IN Asnton & Sherburne's addition.
6 one-story houses at $12 a month.
2 two-storvhouses at $16. Frederick Allis.
FOR REAL ESTATE go to R. J. Lewis,
Davidson block. 169-77
FOR SALE— Residences worth $500 to
Business blocks worth $5,000 to $60,000.
Choice business lots on best streets.
Choice residence sites.
Cheap vacant lota on easy terms.
1, 2, 5 and 10-acre garden lots.
Farms and land*. _
Lakeside homes near the city.
Some of the business property and some of
the residence will rent for 12 per cent, of price
asked. H. S Fairchild,
Real Estate and Loan Agent, cor. Fourth and
Jackson streets. 168-77
FOR SALE— A first-class house with all the
modern improvements, barn, boat house
and large grounds; the nicest residence in or
around St. Paul. Terms easy. Direct to the
Globe office. M. M. L. * 155 •
FOR SALE— Choice building lots on Sum
mit aye., College aye., Pleasant aye., Rice
st., Fifth st., Sixth st., Oak st., Franklin st.,
Walnut st. Also lots near the Lincoln school,
lots near Haram's brewery, lots on Dayton's
bluff and in West St. Paul; 80 seres 2% miles
from city limits; lands in Clay, Otter Tail,
Benton, Steams and Wilkin counties. Office
open each evening until 7:80 o'clock. 22 East
Third street. John Kelliher. 142-
2.,aj|/"i TO LOAN on improved city real
< ''V estate. U. L. Lamprey. 03*
■" OAN3 on life insurance polciies negoti-
JLi atcd. Solvent or insolvent bought. L.
P. Van Norman, 116 East Third. 126*
Off CENTS pays for a" first class meal at
-mltA the Palace Dining room, No. 311
Robert street, bet. Third and Fourth streets;
21 meal tickets, $4.50; 9 meals,s2. Also, nicely
furnished rooms at low rates. Call. 152"
RICHARD PRICE, graduate of Montreal
Veterinary college, 27 West Fifth street,
St. Paul, Minn. 176-205
At HI Km mOOUr,.
DEES J GOODS.
Now opening— 2oo pieces New Laces. "Real
Guipure," Black Spanish, Cream Spanish,
"Torchon," Scarf Laces, &c, &c.
Our line of Muslia Underwear is BEST
MADE and PRICES THE LOWEST.
Chemise at 45c, 50c, 65c, 70c, 75c, 87 Xc, 90c,
95c, $1.00, $1.10, $1.25 $1.50.
Drawers at 45c, 50c, 65c, 75c, 87Xc, $1.00,
$1.10, $1.25 and $1.50.
Night Dresses 95c, $1.00, $1.15, $1.25, $1.45,
$1.65, $1.75, &c.
Skirts 45c, 50c, 65c, 75c, S7Kc, $1.00, $1.10
Just opened, one case Ladies' *'Koula" Lisle
Vests, in sizes 28 to 38, at 75c; worth $1.25.
Ladies' German "Netted" Vests at $1 .00.
Ladies' Netted Silk Vests.
Gents Netted Shirts and Drawers $1.00.
FIVE OEMS A LINE
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE of elegant
business property, cor. St. Peter and
Ninth streets. Also the large and nearly new
dwelling in the immediate rear of the above
property, and opposite the German Catholic
church. I will sell at public auction, on the
premises, Friday, July Ist, at 11 o'clock a. m.,
the above described property, belonging to
the estate.of the late John O'Gorman, Esq.
This property lias a frontage on St. Peter
street of 50 feet by 176 feet on Ninth street,
and will be sold as follows: Corner lot
25x1C0, inside lot 25x100 with small brick
house, and 50x76 with the house. The house
is comparatively new, cost nearly $3,000 to
erect, and is in as good condition as when
built. Terms will be made ve«y easy.
James O'Gorman, Administrator.
P. T. KAVANAGH, Auctioneer. 172-82
YOU should use economy in all
things. If you can save a dollar,
or a hundred dollars, in making a pur
chase, you make just that much. If you
go to Lytle's and pay 8100 for a gold watch
you make just §100, for the watch you buy is
worth 8200. If you want a solid gold chain
you can save from $1 to $15, according to the
amount yon pay; the same in diamonds. If
you want a pair of diamond ear-drops, and pay
$300 for them at Lytle's, you make $200. The
same rate of discount in cluster diamond rings,
studs, brooches, pendants, crosses, etc. Also,
in ladies' gold s;ts, plain gold rings, set rings,
earrings, sleeve buttons, neck chains, lockets
and crosses, bracelets in gold and tilled, silver
ware, clocks, field and opera glasses, breech '
and muzzle-loadiug guns, revolvers, musical
instruments, telescopes aud spy glasses. Great
variety of silver watches, hunting and open
face, with all of the celebrated . American
movements, as good as new, that we are sell
ing for one-half the first cost, at E. Lytle's,
Pawnbroker, 41 Jackson street, opposite the
Merchants hotel. Money to loan ou all goods
P. S. — If you want a quarter-second, fly
back watch, worth $1300, $350, $400, $450, for
$150, $190, $200, $250, go to Lytic, Pawn
broker, 41 Jackson street. fri-sat-sun
A MUSIC BOX— Plays six tunes; in good
condition; originally cost $30, for $14.
VERY FINE TRANSIT— With all the
latest improvements, made by Gurley,
Troy, Nsw York, in splendid condition, been
used only a short time; will sell for half its
original cost. We will send the above named
instrument, C. O. D., to any responsible party
with privilege of examination, provided they
pay express charges both ways.
ONE WEED SEWING MACHlNE—War
ranted to be in perfect running order;
cost $45, for $10. If it don't give good satis
faction will refund the money.
TO LOAN* on all goods of value?
Remember the name and number. E
LYTLE, Pawnbroker, 41 Jackson street, op
posite Merchants hotel.
THE ADVERTISER wishes to return to
England, on account of continued sickness
(liver disease), and offers for sale, at a great
sacrifice, the following articles: A solid gold
Albert chain and locket, of very handsome
pattern; a gold finger ring, brilliant stone; a
new diagonal cloth overcoat; a black cloth
frock coat, and other articles. W. 8., corner
of Fourth and Minnesota streets. 177-178
FOR SALE An upright engine of 4-horse
power, in perfect order. Apply to H. M.
Smyth & Co. 160-eod*
FOR SALE— Ten acres land, two miles from
St. Paul. J. J. Lemon, 31S Minnesota
St., St. Paul. 156*
EED CEDAR CHESTS for your furs. Tho
best and cheapest refrigerators. lee
chests for $6, at Stees Bros. 6un-wed-fri*
FOR SALE— a bargain, 20 shares stock
in Workingrcen's Building association.
Four years and a quarter paid in. Call at
ence on NicPottgeiser, Jr., 55 Wabashaw st.
SODA WATER FOUNTAIN and two ten
gallon fountains. Enquire at No. 41S
Wabashaw street. 161 *
dk ■*■**■ £? Will buy a combined Buckeye Reaper
ip I _» and Mower, (dropper,) nut little
used, in good condition, with four sickles and
repairs. Cost I*2lo. W. M. Stees, corner
! Third and Minnesota j-t"., St. Paul. 134*
. HORSES ate.
FOP. SALE— Good heavy team .of horses,
wagon and harness at a bargain for cash.
Apply at No. 700 Selby Aye., last house out.
■/ ; ;;;■:: 177 g-VvAff
FOR SALE— Good saddle or driving pony.
On account of leaving city owner will
sell very cheap. Apply 60 (old No.) Cedar
street. J. A. Chambers. 177-78
MRS. ROBERTSON— Ladies' nurse. Ap
ply 24 Sixth street east 14
YOUNG MAN wanted to take care of horse
and do chores. W. L. Anderson, Carpet
Hall , 122 East Third street.* 148*
BIDS for the construction of a Building,
northeast cor. Third street and Broadway,
to be completed by September 1, 1881, will be
received at the office of Griggs A Foster until
Wednesday July 6th. Plans and specifications .
can be seen at the office. The right to reject
any or all bids is reserved.
Gbigos A Foster,
41 East Third street, corner Cedar.