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DAILY WEATHER BULLETIN.
Qrmc* Chief Signal Ovmzs,
Washington, D. C, May 29, 9:56 p. m.
Observations taken at ..the same; moment of
tisae at all stations.
UPPER MISSISSIPPI VALLEY.
Bar. Thar. Wind. Weather.
Bt. Paul 29.85 59 0 Cloudy.
La Crosse 29.86 68 NE Clear.
Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather.
Bismarck 80.08 46 N • Clear.
tfon (Tarry 80.04 87 NE Clear.
Minnedosa 30.03 41 NE Fair.
Moorhead 29.97 45 N Fair.
St. Vacant 30 1-0 42 NW Clear.
XO2THEKN EOCKY MOUNTAIN SLOPE.
Bar. Tlwr. Wind. Weather.
Fort Buford 3i).14 45 NW .Fair.
Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather.
DsUth 29.87 47
DAILY LOCAL HSANB.
Bar. Thar. Daw Point. Wind. Weather.
29.876 58.7 42.7 W Cloudy.
Amount of rainfall, .0 maximum thermometer
70.0- minimum thermometer, 47.0; daily range,
Hirer, observed height, 7 feet 7 inches;
fall in twenty- four hours, 4 inches.
P. P. Lyons,
Bergeaut Signal Corps, D. 8. A.
to day's wkatheb.
Washington, Mayj 30, 1 a. m.—lndica
tions for the upper Mississippi yalley,
partly cloudy weather, local rains, variable
winds, mostly northerly ,lstationary or low
er temperature, and generally higher pres
sure. For the Missouri valley, partly
cloudy weather, local rains, winds mostly
northerly, stationary or lower temperature
The school teachers were paid off yes
All banks will be closed at noon to-day
on account of Decoration day.
The postoflice will close at 12 m. and
remain closed the rest of the day.
This afternoon and evening Thomas'
orchestra will be the attraction at Market
The Thomas matinee this afternoon will
be one of the best entertainments of the
Ladies and gentlemen, you have jnst one
more day in which to pay your taxes.
Gen Baker leaves the city to-day to at
tend upon the exercises of the normal
school at Mankato.
The pettit jury drawn for the July term
of the U. S. circuit court, will be called
the Gth day of that month.
A special train on the river read will run
as far as Wabashaw to-night leaving the
depot after the performance is ended.
Yesterday afternoon City Treasurer Reis
paid the city school teachers their May
salaries, amounting to nearly $10,000.
The departments of the state house will
be closed to-day, although the supreme
court will be in session in the forenoon.
There will be practice this afternoon
(Wednesday) at 3 p. m. of the St. Paul
Cricket club, on the grounds near Lincoln
Decoration day will be more generally
observed to-day in St.Paul than ever before,
and the military and civic display will be
on a very large scale.
The St. Paul National bank will open
for business at their banking rooms corner
of Jackson and Fifth streets on Thursday
morning, May 31.
Grote proposes to commence his con
certs at the Tivoli next Tuesday evening,
when the Great Western band will give its
first concert of the season there.
The work of tearing down that stone
block on the northwest corner of Fourth
and Robert streets, to make room for the
new bank block, still progresses.
Win. L. Parsons, Esq., of New York, ad
mitted in the supreme court yesterday to
practice in the courts of Minnesota, will
open a law office in Fergus Falls.
The steam roller caused a good deal of
curiosity yesterday forenoon by running
around in quite a lively manner on low&r
Fourth and Sibley streets into Smith park.
A deed went on record yesterday from
Henry B. Beard to Charles K. ?ilaxey, con
veying blocks 1 and 2, except lot 17 and
IS in block 2, Pacific addition, for $-3,
All organizations that are to take part
in the procession to-day will assemble at
12:30 sharp at the City hall. It is the in
tention to commence the march in fifteen
minutes after that time.
A. A. Dennie, captain of the St. Paul
Lacrosse club, will meet, by request, a
number of gentlemen of Minneapolis, at
the Nicollet house, that city, this evening,
for the purpose of organizing a cricket
Between the plowing up of Wabashaw,
Seventh and other streets for the cedar
block pavement, the tearing up of other
street? for sewers, and the ripping up of
others for the water and gas pipes, the
street railway is having a rough time of
Judge Nelson, of the U. S. circuit court,
filed an order yesterday in the case of I>.
J. Hafi vs. The Burlington, Cedar Rapids
& Northern Railway company — a suit for
damages on account of injuries sustained
— giving judgment in favor of plaintiff for
Numerous applications are being made
to the adjutant general to raise companies
for the Minnesota National Guards. But
both regiments having their full quota of
companies, he is obliged to answer "nix"
to all such . .quiries. The latest applica
tion of this nature was from St. Cloud.
Geo. W. Monks, of Jvlankalo, sheriif of
Blue Earth county, with 0. O. Pileher and
Henry Hernmelman as guard?, has placed
three criminals in Stillwater prison this
week: Carl Winter, two years for aggrav
ated assault ; and Michael Griilin, eighteen
months, and August Songer, two years, for
Sol Smith Russell in his great character
of Tom Diiloway, in "Edgewood Folks,"
appeared before another good sized audi
dience at the Opera house last evening,
and as on his previous appearances he met
with a most enthnsiastio reception. From
here the company go north playing at
Winnipeg all next week.
Adam Gotzian's team was frightened
near the foot of Jackson street yesterday
afternoon and ran up till it struck a buggy
belonging to Dr. Roy,which it smashed up a
good deal. The runaways continued on
up Jackson street and came in contact
with another vehicle, and finally were
stopped near Sixth street without doing
State house architect Buffington has re
ceived several bids for placing a sixty-five
feet high oval dome of wood, iron or glass
upon the new state house, and the contract
will probably be awarded the present or
next week. It is understood that the dome
will be pushed forward to completion dur
ing the summer, and that the summit of
the sams is to be snrmouuted with a
bronze or gold-gilded statue of the God
dess of Liberty.
Tickets for the benefit of the widow
Of Col. Charles Hams, late man
ager of the Opera house, are selling rapid
ly. Theentertaiumeut will be the full
opera of "Faust" by the C. D. Hess Acme
Opera company, to be given Monday af
ternoou, June 4, commencing at 1:30 p. m.
All tickets are good for reserved seats to
be secured at the box office, Opera house,
on and after Monday morning, when, also,
tickets can be secured.
On Monday evening a lodge of Odd Fel
lows No. 96 was organized on Daytoa's
Bluff, under the direction of Grand Master
H. J. Stronse. The following are the char
tered members: Dr. R. Schiffman, Chas.
S. Ehle, John J. Lemon, Christian Meyer,
William Grnber, Jr., Thomas J. Turner, E.
(i. Graham, H. T,. Gilbert, T. E. Meacham,
J. F. Mayhew. The treasarer is J. J. Lem
on; permanent Secretary, Charles S. Ehle;
Recording Secretary, William Gruber.
E. F. Lane, Esq., of the attorney
general's office, has nearly completed the
ab orions task of sifting out and arranging
the laws made by past legislatures for in
corporation under their proper chapters in
a forthcoming new edition of the Minne
sota statutes of which 800 copies are to be
delivered by the West Publishing Co., to
the state. Although still carefully ar
ranging the index, it must be a satisfaction
to him after weeks of arduous labor to look
upon the last printer's proof of the com
piled and assorted doings of several past
years of the great and general court of the
Adjutant General Hawley returned from
the city of Winona yesterday from a trip of
inspection of Company C, of the second
regiment of the Minnesota National Guards,
which Winona company in past encamp -
inents has evidently been looked upon as
the crack soldiers of the branch of the or
ganization to which they are attached.
We learn that Gen. Hawley was very much
gratified with the Winona Guards on his
official visit, who have been newly officered
are superbly and elegantly uniformed,
and who acknowledge no superior in the
state in perfectness and accuracy of drill.
Another matter of gratification is the cvi
dent interest and pride with which the
Winona citizenship regards the company,
which is a sure evidence that it is com
posed of gentlemen and that its manage
ment is in the best of hands.
Grand Opening Concert First Kegimenlal
Baud at Kice's Park, May 30.
1. Debut Quickstep C. Each.
2. Airs Canadiens Vezina
3. Overture liakozy Keler Bela
4. Third Air Varie, Solo for Clariuette
5. First Regimental Quickstep -with full Dram
6. Grand Potpourri German — War Bongs..Klodt
7. Lps Sirene3 Waltz Waldteufel
8. Brudder Gardners Picnic Potpourri
St. I'nul Crusaders.
All members of the Crusaders' Society will
meet at their hall, on Wednesday, May 30, at
12:30 p. m. sharp, to participate in the proces
sion and ceremonies of Decoration Day. Every
member is urgently requested to be present.
J. F. Keen an, Morshal.
Opening of the Season.
Steamer Longfellow leaves for down tho river
at 8 :30 a. m . on a Decoration flower picking
trip, returning by noon in time for the parade,
will leave at 2:80 p. m. for Fort Sneiling and
Minnehaha, returning by six . Take your friends
on these delightful trips.
The Society Union Francai6e having decided
to unite with tho other societies in the observ
ance of the day, all members are requested to
meet at the hall at half past twelve o'clock skarp.
Parties who wish to join tho St. Paul Bicycli
club, soon to be organized, will confer a favoi
by sending their address to, or calling upoi
* rod. S. Bryant, 162 East Third street.
Wigwam Roller Skating: Kink.
Under the now management this will be a gala
week at the Wigwam Holler Skating Rink, cor
ner of Sixth and Fort streets. This evening a
silver medal will be awarded to the winner of
the two mile raco. Saturday evening the most
graceful lady skater will be presented with a
silver medal. These medals will be on exhibi
tion at Burkhard's Gun Store, 59 East Third
street, on and after Tuesday. Music every even
ing. This Wednesday evening the full Great
Western bur.v will be in attendance. Admission:
Gentlemen, 23 cents; ladies 2o cents. Use of
skates free. Hat and coat room free. Plenty
of ice water.
The annual meeting of the board of
managers of the Protestant Orphan Asy
lum will be held on Wednesday, May :>9th,
at 11 a. m., at the Relief Society buildiDg
on Ninth street, between Robert and Jack
son. The election of officers for the ensu
ing year will then take place and reports
will be read of the work of the Asylum for
the year just ending. All persons who
feel an interest in this work are earnestly
requested to be present.
Mbs. Geo. B. Young, Secy.
Wood's Opera House.
St. Paul, Minn., May 19, 1883.
S. Blackford, 274 East Seventh Street, St.
Paul — Dear Sir: It gives me great pleasure to
recommend in the highest possible manner your
medicine, Dr. Halliday's Blood Purifier. It is
all you claim for it, and more . Yours grate
fully, Effxe Johns.
Concerning Imported Clears.
Competent judges upon all sides declare the
Seat Skin Cigar to be equal if not superior to
the best imported cigars .
Warranted free from 6cent or flavor produced
by drugS. Beaupr3, Keoh & Co., -igents.
This powder never varies. A marvel of par
ty, strength and wholeeomeneas. More econom
cal than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be
est in competition with the multitude of low
and short weight, ilumoi phosphate powders.
Sold only n cans. Royal Baking Powdkb Co.
60, Wa11-it. N. Y.
Coal and Iron Co.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Goal, WooCL, CoKe anflPiglron
T. D. BARTON, AGENT,
351 Jackson Street, • • • St, Paul
THE SAINT PAUL DAILY GLOBE, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 30, 1883
IS INVITED TO-DAY
To the Improved Property opposite the St. Paul
Boiler Mill, on Upper Third street
known as the
And consisting of th« three stores, Nos. 43, 45
and 47 West Third street.
The Building is Sixty by Nine
ty, three stories high, and is in
The Lot is 60 by 140 feet, less a
piece 29 by 34 in the northeast
The entire block is leased at a
good rental, and will be sold at a
price which makes it worth the
consideration of Capitalists.
We will be glad to show you
the property and give you fig
ures upon it.
Coebn & lew prt
176 E. 3d St., Opposite Merchants Hotel.
~~~~ S. LEE DAVIS,
Real Estate anl Mortgage Loans.
860 Jackson Street, St. Paul, Minn.
Investments made and taxes paid for non
B. W. JOHNSON,
Beal Estate Agent,
Mannheimer Block, Room 11.
ST. PAUL, - - - MINN.
TEEPLE & HOSKEN,
Real Estate and Loan Brokers
No. 63 East Third Street,
ST.PAUL, - - - MINN.
FOR SALE— S3OO for lots on Dayton Bluff; 5
I? per cent, cash, balance $5 to $10 per month.
A. B. WILGDS & BRO
354 Jackson Street, St. Paul.
Houses, Lota, Blocks. Acres & Business Property
HEZEKIAH HALL. B. F. HALL.
Corner Third and Kobert Streets, in the Savings
ST. PAUL. . - - MI2JN.
A. E. CLAKK & CO.,
Real Estate & Loaa Agents,
315 Jack^m street,opposite Merchants hotel.
~JOHN M. LYNCH,
104 East Third Street,
Presley Block, - - St. Paul.
Business property, vacant lots and blocks,
residences as.i arm property cheap and on easy
terms. Money to loan.
Manufacturers of Furniture. Live Geese Feath
ers aud Mattresses.
Funeral Directors. Sole Agents for Metallic
Burial Caskete and Cases, Cloth and Wood
Corner Third and Minnesota Sts
C. J. M'CARTHY. J. G. BONNELLS
mm k DONNELLY.
54 Waliasliaw street Opposite Post office
Calls answered at all hours. Embalming
a specialty. Best hearse in the city, and fine*
carriages at lowest rates. Funerals conducted
and satisfaction traaranteed
ST. LOUIS & ST^ADL PACKET CO.
Side- Wheel Steamers, Equipped with Elec
REFITTED MD REFEMISHED.
For Winona, La Crosse, Dubuque, Clinton
Rock Island, Davenport, Muscatine, Bur- j
lington, Keokuk, Quincy, Hannibal, St.
Louis, and all intermediate points . . .
WM. THOMPSON, Master.
DANL. GARIN, Clerk.
Leaves St. Paul,
Thursday, May 31, at 12 o'clocl, M,
Through tickets by r ver and rail for sale to
all points East and South .
A. DEL ANY, Agent,
150-51 Levee and Jackson Street.
FIVE CENTS A LINE
W' ANTED— by a reliable young
i v man as driver. Acquainted in the city .
A trial is all I ask. Address E. H., Globe.
WANTED by an experienced dry
O goods salesman, who speaks Scandinavian
and English. Can furnish best of city refer
ence. Address C, Globe office. 146-152
WANTED — a young man of experience, a
place as coachman in private family and
to do choree around the house. Address T. H,,
this office. ; 144-150
ASHING and Ironing, or going out by the
v V day, carefully attended to. Mrs. S.
Dempsey, West St. Paul, or Globe office.
A GENTLEMAN of experience, either in
drugs or dry goods, with the best of refer
ence, desires a situation. Address T. W. F.,
Globe office. 144-50
rpEAMS WANTED— WaIker, Judd & Veazie,
-L corner Third and Franklin streets. 150
OHIRTMAKERS WANTED— Two experienced
O operators on fine custom work. Machines
run by power. John H. Schulze & Macdonald,
155 E. Third street. 150-152
WANTED — 50 girls to sew on steam power
machines. Steady work and good pay
to first-class hands. Apply in manufacturing
department Lindekes, Warner & Sohurmeier,
corner Fourth and Sibley streets. 147-158 .
ANTED— GirI at 513 Stillwater street for
general housework . 147-153
WANTED — Two girls for second work in res
taurant 355 Jackson street, between
Fourth and Fifth streets . 147-153
TTT 7" ANTED— A good girl to do general house
-11 -work. Apply at No. 16 East Third street.
"TTT* ANTED— A good practical tinsiniih, who
11 understands putting up pumps. Good
wages, 6ure pay, stead}' work. German preferred.
Inquire of Globe office or to Charles Damerel,
Wahppton, D. T. 145-54
"VXJ"ANTED — Dining room girl. Also, kitchen
T T girl. Apply at 483 Wabashaw street.
WANTED — Cook, washer and ironer. Also,
second girl, 8 Summit avenue, next to
Plymouth church. 144-150
WANTED— A good girl for general house
work in a small family, 377 Washington
street, near City Hall. 144-150
\X T ANTED— 2O stone masons, good workmen,
Vt for the new Op'ra house, £3.50 per day.
\xT ANTED— Two nrst-cla.-. o pmmbers, at
V \ Kenny & Hudner's, 118 and 120, West
Third street, St.. Pau- 122*
WANTED — A good emale cook o cook night
orders. Highest wages paid. Apply at the
Boston Restaurant, Minneapolis. 95*
Ip OR SALE — One canopy top two seated bug
py, one Studebaker leather top phaeton,
both but little used, will be sold cheap. Inquire
of C. F. Mahler at Field, Mahler & Co.'s store.
FOR OR RENT— IOS acres, one mile
from postoffice; best stone quarry in Rice
county. I furnish all stone for state institu
tions, Sliattuck schools, St. Mary' « Hall and all
public buildings, located here; patent lime kil<;,
fou.- dwell.ngs, one st.>ne, one frame barn, one
st ne barn connected w th blacksmith shop, etc.
Twent -five acres, containing the quarry and im
prov ments, will ba sold or rented separately, if
desired. Reason for selling — old age and poor
heilth. Apply to Philip Cromer, Faribault,
FOR SALE — A brick house desirably located
on St. Anthony Hill . Inquire on premi
ses, 117 Farrington avenue. IS7-66
FOR SALE — Store fixtures and show cases.
B. F. Zalim, in care of Conrad Schmidt, 49
West Third streot. 108*
Ij^Oß SALE— Hotel for sale, within a few
blocks from Union depot. For particu
lars inquire at Globe office Address Hotel.
17* OR SALE— Beat made Refrigerators, $10.
? Best Ice Chests. S7. Stees Brothers. 105*
I HAVE 500 feet of property lying along the
St. P., Minn & Mann., railway track. This
is valuable. Do yen want it? C. M. Power, at
St. Paul Foundry. ISO-cod
IjpOß SALE — Business and resiriencs lots in all
. part 3of the city, acres between tho cities,
on the line of important improvement, houses,
etc. Apply to Minnesota real estate exchange.
A. H. Nicolay, Auctioneer, managar, No. 10 East
Third street. 133e0d146
EASY TEEMS t-j tho buyers of Foundry Ad
dition Lots. Apply to C. M. Power, at
St. Panl Foundry. 150-o<»l
FINE BUSINESS LOTS— From $200 to $510
per front foot.
RICHARDSON ct BUCKHOUT,
147-53 301 Jackson Street.
Improved business property, paying big inter
est. RICHARDSON & BUCKHOUT,
147-53 301 Jackson Street.
70 acres near the Northern Pacific purchase at
$200 per acre.
RICHARDSON & BUCKHOUT,
147-53 301 Jackson Street.
5 acres on St. Anthony hill.
RICHARDSON & BUCKHOUT,
147-53 301 Jackson Street.
rTiHREE HUNDRED Lots in Foundry Addi-
JL tion now on the market. Will give prices
and terms upon application . C. M. Power, at
St. Paul Foundry. 150-eod
I WILL sell my Sigel addition, fine building
lots for only 80 days longer, at the same low
established price, $100 to $300. Terms $10
cash and $5 monthly. Hundreds of men and
women have been taking this opportunity to get
homes, and others for speculation. This addi
tion is rapidly improving; the lots lay high and
sightly and of easy access.
I am also building many houees, which I will
sell on monthly payments. Come early and in
spect plats and grounds . A. GOTZIAN, •
147-154 ' 423 East Seventh Street.
FOR choice building lots and residences, call
on A. M. Lawton, Real Estate Agent, 175
Dakota avenue, Sixth ward. 146-155
CHOICE potable acres adjoining lim
its on West side for sale cheap. A. M.
Lawton, Real Estate Agent, Dakota avenue,
Sixth ward. 146-155
IST your property for said and orders for
I i purchases with Geo. H. Hazzard, Real
Estate and Loan Agent, 170 East Third street,
St. Paul. 80
--\\' ILL offer for a few days, some rare
v % bargins in building lots, houses and lots,
business and acre property. Do not fail to see
their large list hefore buying, they will sell you
lots as low as 150 each. Call and see them if
you want a bargain, 137 East Third street .
LOTS at $150 each, or will sell for $10 cash
and $5 per month for 3 years without in
terest. B. F. Marvin. *86
LOTS and money to build on monthly pay-
I l ments. Pioneer Building Society, 366
Jackson street. ■ 126*
~ TO SENT
FOR RENT— Store, No. 161 West Seventh
street, near Seven corners, with fixtures.
Beet ocation t3t dry goods and notion business.
B. F Zahm, 49 West Third street. 108
FOR RENT — nicely furnished rooms at
451 .Peter street. 150-152
FOR RENT— Four unfurnished rooms 389
Marshall aye. near Western. 1 40*
Q«)Q SOMERSET street nice room to rent,
Oj&O furnished. 124*
VTEW HOUSE to rent for $16. Fr. F. Wilde,
ll Rogers' block, near Wabashaw street.
FOR RENT— HaIf of double house on Park
avenue. Inquire from 7to 9 p. m., at 285
Josette street. 149-154
FOR RENT — House with three rooms, kitch-
J? en and woodshed. Good well. In rear of
158 Pleasant avenne. __ ] 148-150
FOR RENT — A splendid house to rent for
_l_ residence or boarding house, on West side,
on the hill, Odeli's place, containing ten rooms.
Splendid orchard, large barn and Epring water.
Inquire of E. Langevin. 133*
FIVE GENTS A LINE
KAVAJTAGH'S A UCTI ONS.
1' ARGE AND IMPORTANT SALE OF REAL
J ESTATE— I will sell at auction on the
premises, on Tuesday, June 5, at 10 o'clock a.
m., one house and lot, 50x100 feet, fronting on
De Bow street. This property is situated imme
diately in the rear of the residence of J. H .
Allen, Esq., and in one of the finest neighbor
hoods of the city, within one block of the Street
railway and but ten minutes from the business
center of the city.
On the same day at 11 o'clock a.m., I will
sell at auction on the premises four lots on Jack
son street, between Eleventh and Twelfth streets,
in Prince & Desnoyer's rearrangement. These
lots are immediately south of the Prince block,
comer of Pearl and Jackson streets, and are ad
mirably adapted for business or tine tenement
Also, on the same day at 2 o'clock p. m., two
lots in Rondo's addition, each 50x100 feet, and
situated on the northeast corner of Carroll and
Josette streets. These lots are well adapted for
business purposes, in a fine neighborhood and
convenient to the wholesale center. All of the
above is a portion of the well-known Desnoyer
estate. Terms liberal and made known here
after. P. T. KAVANAGH, Auctioneer.
f*r* DESIRABLE RESIDENCE LOTS AT
UQ AUCTION— I will sell at auction on the
premises, on Monday June 11, commencing at 2
o'clock, all of Riverside addition to St, Paul,
consisting of 66 Lots, and traversed by Stewart
avenue, Hewitt and Bay streets. This property
is located on the Bluff and commands one of the
finest views of the Mississippi river, to be ob
tained in the city, and is well adapted for fine
residence sites, within a short distance of the
Sioux City Shops, permanently rmploying a
large number of men, within a fe-y Mocks of the
Fort street Railway and immccliat . Ay adjoining
This is by far one of the best chanco* to ob
tain a beautiful home in this portion <;f rite city,
at your own price, that has yet been offered ;-.nd
will amply repay a close attention.
P. T. KAVANAGH,
~t A CHOICE SEVENTH ST. LOTS AT
JLtfc AUCTION, also 14 lots on adjoining
streets on Dayton's blalf, suitable for business
and residence purposes, to be sold on the ground
on Wednesday afternoon, June 20, 1883, at 2
o'clock sharp, on liberal terms, and tale posi
tive. Particulars hereafter. For further infor
mation apply to A. H.NICOLA Y,
Real Estate Auctioneer and Agent, No. 70 East
Third street. 147-152
lOOn pieces Sheet Music at 5 cents each,
-L\J\> \J for sale by M. C. Thayer, 418 Waba
shaw street, St. Paul and 812 Nicollet avenue,
Minneapolis. Send postage stamps for cata
LOST AMD FOUND.
STRAYED— of horses — bay with
white legs and face, one black. The finder
will be i aid for all trouble by notifying John
Hayes, near corner of Arch and Columbia
\I7" ANTED— borrow $3,000 on first clas
»» improved city property. Address "Fi
nancial," Globe office. * 147-15
WILL loan upon or buy Li f c Ins. Policies
▼ ▼ L. P. Van Norir«»n 869 Jackson. 88
diQC\C\ Cash will sec are a young man one
►JPOvU half interest in a good paying busi
ness with a profit of $1,500 to §2,000 for the next
four months. Address W. 8., Globe office.
PAPER HANGING— If yon want a good job
Jl of paper hanging, Bend card to John J. Wil
liams, 178 Main street. ■ 130*
ANTED — By a gentleman and wife, with
*- i out children, board in private family,
whore there are no other boarders. Address H.,
this office. 123
EF. CROCKER— Contractor and builder,
• Sixth ward, St. Paul. 72
Full weight, and measure guaranteed by
Is 01! Sell Fuel Fiffl
&EIGGS M FOSTER,
41 East Third Street. Established in 1881.
COAL & "WOOD
At bottom prices. Grate and pgg 19.25, stove
$10.50, small nut $3.50, Briar Hill, $8.50. All
grades oi fresh minad bituminous coal at equally
low price 3. We are making a specialty of dry body
oak and birch wood raized at if 6.00 per cord,
nearly equal to maple. Dry pine slabs $3.50,
basswood $4 and maple $7. Remember the
place 11 East Third street.
won ISD COIL
Office on Seventh street bridgo and corner jo
Twelfthaad Robert. Orders received by tee
Found running at large within the city of St.
Paul, in violation of the ordinances of said city
in relation to impounding animals and taken up
by the Pound Master of said city, on the 18th
day of May, 1 883, and not redeemed, the herein
after described animals .
Now therefore, in accordance with law, I will
AT PUBLIC AUCTION,
In front of the Public Pound, on Fifth street, in
the Second ward of said city,
On tii3 Second day of June, '83,
at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, to the highest bid
dor for cash
One Light Red Color Cow,
White spots, horns turned up, nine (9) years old.
Policeman and Acting Pound Master.
Dated 29th day of May, 1883. 150-52
Assessment for .OgjChame of Grade on
Rice Street. .
Office of the Board of Public Wokks, )
Cm of St. Paul, Minn., May 29, 1883. )
The Board of Public Works in and for the cor
poration of the city of St. Paul, Minn., will meet
at their office in said city, at 2:30 p. m., on the
15th day of June, A. D. 1883, to make
an assessment of benefits, damages costs and
expenses arising from a change of grade on
Rice street, from Bianca street to Sycamore street
in said city, on the property on the line of said
Rice street, between Bianca street and the north
city limits, and such other property on either
side of said Rice street, north of the St. Paul
Minneapolis and Manitoba Railroad company,
as may be deemed benefited or damaged thereby.
All persons interested are hereby notified to be
present at said time and place of making said
assessment,' and will be heard.
JOHN FARRINGTON, President.
Official : R. L. Gobm an,
Clerk Board of Public Works . 15 '-52
H. C. BOTT,
Watts, Glo is and Jewelry.
REPAIRING a SPECIALTY.
384 Jackson Street, ■ ■ St. PaulJlina.
Styles tat ill Please You, Prices tat will Attract You
The following Lots are unmistakably Bargains: Lot 4376 at 86 00*
Lot 4350 at i 56.00; Lot 4361 at $6.00. These are the remainder of
the Six Dollar Suits that sold so rapidly a few weeks ago. They are
all-wool dark and light-mixed goods.
Lot 4326 at $9.00; Lot $3863 at $9.00. These are Scotch goods in
checks and stripes and fine mixtures, and are worth $12 a suit '
Lot 4329 at $10.00. This is an elegant mixed Cheviot very
handsome and stylish looking, y
Lot 1564 at $12.00; Lot 1963 at $12.00. The two lots above are
equal to the usual $20 suit. They are fine dark Cassimeres, in olive
and brown shades. They are of excellent quality and are decided
If Yon (to Not Get tee Bargains it is Yenr Own Fault!
Send your measure and we will send any one of these suits to
any part of the country, C. O. D.
91 East Third Street.
AND TELEGRAPHIC INSTITUTE, ;
Has long since established its claims to public favor and has now entered upon its ISth year anitt
the most favorable auspices. Send for catalogue giving full particulars. Cor. 8d and Jackson.
W. A. FAPniS Principal.
Atoslsli! If Mils lit Best ii lit M.
I know of none superior to the Weber and none that can com
pete with them for durability. — Carreno.
The tone of the Weber Piano is so sweet, rich and sympathetic,
yet so full, that I shall always rank you as the greatest manufac
turer of the day.— Emma Thursby.
Weber Pianos excel all others in volume of tone and in power
of expression. — S. Liebling.
There are no Pianos in the world that sustain the voice like the
— Emma Abbott.
R. C. MUNGER, Agent, St. Paul.
Send for Catalogues.
LIQUORS AND WINES. "
fl W ¥ Tiff 0 £ii\ WHOLESALE
EW ¥T¥l I 0 i^iih. WHOLESALE
« ikUIIL & if,, LipOISIIfiISS
v*J Am im \M \# \0 Xmvi mj w%» II £• 3j% fcj ftj
We have the control in this market of the unrivalled O. F. C, the Hume and Crystal Spring
Whiskies, and are handling the W. H. Mcßrayer's and Nelson Whiskies and Guckenheimer Eye.
194 East Third Street, ---- St. Paul, Minn
WHOLESALE DRY GOODS.
AUEBBACH, FINCH & VAN SLICK.
Tie Only LMiiij B?f "Mi Hosse ii tie |i)pst;
Competes* with the Market* of 'Kew Yov7t ami Chicago
NOYES BROS. ■& CUTLER,
IMPOIITERB & WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
68 and 70 Biblsy Street. Corner Fifth, - - - St. Paul, Minn
FAIRBANKS' I ECLIPSE
STANDARD \\ SELF-REG C LAI ING
SOALESI (WIND MILLS.
FAIRBANKS, laORSE & CO., • 371 & 373 ffiMty Street
If T Wi S *8» SI I SHY 39 East M strfifit
BOOT AHD SHOE DEALEBH.
SPRING STYLES OP SHOES.
SCHLIER & CO., ■ • 89 E. THIRD STREET.
THE LEADING SHOE HOUSE OF ST. PAUL.
The Only Complete Stock of Spring and Summer Styles of Boots,
Shoes and Slippers in the West.
Sole Agency for BURT'S, Gray's, Reynold's, and many other leading makes. One price to all.
"IMBSOL VED !
The firm of Dreis & Mitsch having dispelled
P. J. DREIS
Has established himself in business
NINTH & ST. PETER STREETS
Where will bo found the finest and best of
Drugs, Perfumery, Toilet Articles, Patent Medi
dines, etc. Also all kinds of Garden and
PRESCRIPTION A SPECIALTY
Notice is hereby given, that under and pursuant
to an order of license to sell the same, dated and
issued to me, on the 27th day of April, A, D. 1883,
in the matter of the estate of Maria L. Pottgieser,
deceased, by the probate court of Ramsey county,
Minnesota, I will sell at public auction, to the high
est bidder therefor for cash, at|tbe' front door of
the old Court House in St. Paul, in Ramsey county,
Minnesota, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, on the
20th day of June, A. D. 1883, the following described
real estate, situated in said Ramsey county, Minne
sota: The south half of the south two-thirds of lots
eleven (11) and twelve (12), in block twenty-one
(21) of St. Paul Proper, being fifty (60) feet on
Wabashaw ssreet, by one hundred (100) feet on
! Fourth street, according to the recorded plat there-
I of on record in the office of the Register of Deeds
of said county of Ramsey, and the buildings there
on. ANDREW R. KIEFER,
Administrator of the estate of Maria L, Pottgieser,
deceased. ■ may2g-sat-4w
HEALTH IS WEALTH
Dr. E. C. West's nerve and brain treatment, a
specific for hysteria, dizziness, convulsions,
nervous headache, mental depression, loss of
memory, premature old age, caused by over«
exertion or over-indulgence, which leads to mis.
cry, decay and death. One box will cure reoeni
cases. Each box contains one month's treat
ment. One dollar a box or six boxes for fiv
dollars, sent by mail prepaid on receipt of price
We guarantee six boxes to cure any case. Witi
each order r^eired by us for six boxes, accom
panied with nve dollars, wo will K»«d tho pur
chaser our written guarantee to ratarr. the monej
if the treatment does not effect r are. Guar
anteed issued only by Lambie $: Co., cornei
Third and Wabashaw streets, eJt. Paul, Minn.
Ord»ra by mnil prrmptly attandod to.
Room 1, Presley Bloclc, St. Panl, Mil.
Mrs. Gougeon has met with such wonderful
success in St. Paul and Minneapolis, that her
treatment is the subject of general remark.
Dandruff cured by one application. Hair pro
duced on bald heads of years standing. Her
skill is remarkable. Best of references and cer
tificates produced. 131
[Dobbins Starch Polish]
give their lin
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tif ul finish $*.
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