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DAILY WEATHER BULLETIN. Umwm CHIEF Qionax OmcxK. WASHixuTor, D. Cm June 5, 9:56 p. in. Observations taken at the ea-ne moment of tine at all stations. VPPSB MISSISSIPPI VALLEY. Bar. Ther. Wir.i. Weather. Paul 29.81 60 NW Clear. La (Tosse ay.BQ 69 W Cloudy. NORTHWEST. Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather. Bismarck 29.68 50 W Hvy.rain. Fort Garry 29.54 5 SW Cloudy. Uincedoaa 29.51 51 NE Lt.ram. NORTHERN ROCKY MOUNTAIN SLOPE. Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather. Moorhead 29.68 53 SW Cloudy. St. Vincent 29 54 52 SW Fair. UPPER LAKES. Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather. Dilath. 29.71 47 SW Fair DAILY LOCAL MEANS. Bar. Ther. Daw Point. Wind. Weather. 29.745 63.0 54.5 W Cloudy. Amount of rainfall,l.os; maximum thermometer 71.0; minimum thermometer, 54.0; daily range, 17.0. . . River, observed hoight, 8 feet; rise in tweity-four hours, 4 inches. P. F. Lyons, Serjeant Signal Corps, U. 8. A. to-day's weathek. Washington, Jane C, 1 a. — Indica tions for the upper Mississippi and Missouri valleys: Local rains, followed by fair weather, southwest to northwest wind?, stationary or slight fall of temper ature, stationary or slight rise of barom eter. CITY GLOIiI'LES. The flowers arc being set out in Rice park. Special meesißg of the Board of Edu cation to-Eight. A. back pension allowance of $SSO was received at the adjutant general's office yesterday. Notwithstanding the copious rains, por tion? of the new sodding around the state hou?e looks as though it was moisture famished. The performances of the city steam roller in getting oil of Wabashaw upon Exchange street yesterday afternoon drew a curious crowd of spectators. Last night was the time for a regular meeting of the city council, bat when the hour for meeting arrived not enough mem : era were present to transact business. The council then adjourned till next Tuesday evening. The St. Paul Fire Escape Company gave an exhibition of their fire escape at the Merchants hotel last night. It is a sort of tube made of duck cloth and was attached to a fifth story window in the building. A large number made the descent in safety and were happy. The man Joe Sparks, arrested Monday night while in the act of tearing up the flooring of the bridge, was yesterday trans ferred to the county jail and information of insanity lodged with the judge of pro bate, by whom an examination will be made to-day. Officer Cuniff, about 7 o'clock last 'even ing, found a fellow on the corner of Sev enth Had Wabashaw streets flourishing a revolver and in that way terrifying the people. He succeeeed in arresting him and taking him to the city hall. He was a Swede, could not talk English and did not give any name. The opening concert by the Great West ern band at Grotc*?, on Bridge square, last evening, was a grand success m all re epects. The weather was not as favorable as it has been on some former occasions, but that seemed to make no difference, as the audience was large enough to fill all the space in the garden, and a good deal more. Mayor O'Brien commenced business yesterday without any ceremony. Imme diately after delivering his message to the council he appointed Capt. Clark chief of police, and Detective Bresette captain. The.^e are all the changes made in the force so far. The mayor also appointed B. W. Armstrong his private secretary. At 5 o'clock to-night he will meet the whole police force of the city hall, when he will be apt to give them soaie good ad vice. Last evening a considerable number of the friends of I. St. Peter, the nev.-!y elected alderman from the Sixth ward, se cured the services of the Great Western band and called upon him at his residence on Fifth street. After tho band had played one or two selections the serenad ing party was invited into the house, where refreshments were served and con gratulations indulged in. The occasion was an exceedingly pleasant one, and the visitors finally, after spending an hour or more with the new alderman, departed with many good wishes for his success in his new sphere. HEAL ESTATE I'OIXTEItS. The Auction Sales of P. T. Kavaiiagh Yes terday — Ready Hiddinjr ami an Aggregate of $15,00."i Obtained— lf otel Notes. V. T. Kavanagh made some very suc cessful sales of real estate at auction yes terur.y. His sales were on the ground of fered and attracted a good attendance. The lirst sale of the day was p. Liouse on De Bow street, with a lot oOxIOO feet. The property was purchased by J. H. Allen, of the wholesale grocery firm of Allen, Moon & Co., for §3,050. The next sale was on Jackson and Tcm porauce street;-. The property offered wjss on iha east side of Jackson street about lniu^fiy between Eleventh and Pearl street?. The first lot offered was fifty feet on Jackson by niuty-eight deep. The sale was attended by a number of prom ioer.t capitalists who manifested an es pecial interest in seeing how Jackson street property stands in the market in view of the general impression that the ii6w hotel will he located on that street. The property found ready bidders and was iinally knocked down to Joseph Weide at $115 per front foot, or an aggregate of lfr>,7~>o. There was considerable talk in the crowd that the hotel was liable to be located on the Constans block, at the cor ner of Tenth and Jackson, it being stated that Mr. Constans had given the refusal of his block for $100,000. The general senti ment was that Mr. Weide had secured an enoellent bargain. The lot immediately in the rear, fronting on Temperance street 50x73, was next sold, Robert A. Smith being the successsul par chaser at $40 per foot. In the afternoon Mr.Ravanagh sold a lot 40x100, on the corner of Josette and Car roll streets for $2,630, Michael Lux being the purchaser. The next and final sale of the day was 45x100 on Carrol near Jo3ette, for §1,575, to Wm Jfinr. The total sale aggregated $15,G05, and the attendance showed that there are a good many seekers after St. Paul realty. Second Concert at Rice Vark. PBO3RAITME. 1 . Balnte to New York — March S. Gilmcra 2 . Baric gems— Quadrille Mr. Cosh ',!. Ouvcrtun 1 — Ungarische Lustspiel Yieler Beln ( a . Hong From Mendelssohn 5. • !.. Willy— Polka— -Solo for two cor- I Gunterm;-.:: 5. Grand medley— How Folks vJrievo and Rejoice Rausch ' 6. \V.-:iiz Thousand and One Nights. . .Strauss | V. Selection Bohemian Girl Balfe %. Q • potpourri Beyer PEUSONAL. T. J. Lilly, O yatonna, at the Metropoli tan. J. V. Brower, Sauk Center, is at the Mer chants. Richard Keif, Brainerd, at the Mer chants. Hon. E. T. Archibald, Dundas, was in the city yesterday. T. C Jones, Ts'o. 7 East Third street, iB home from a purchasing trip east. Hon. Cortez Fessenden, surveyor gener al of Dakota, is at the Merchants. Dr. F. X. Burdick and Nicholas Hauser, Vermilion, Dt., are at the Merchants. F. Church, Mason City, la., was among the arrivals at the Windsor yesterday. Judge Thomas Wilson, Winona, mem ber of the state senate, is in the city. Hon. M. H. Dunnell, Owatonna, was among the arrivals at the Merchants yes terday. Hon. J. T. D. Sadley, Princeton, mem ber of the last legislature, is at the Mer chants. Hon. H. B. Wilson. Red Wing, ex-super intendent of public instruction and ex state senator, i? at the Metropolitan. Major Brackett, deputy U. S. marshal, in attendance upon the U. S. district court in seEsion at Winona, was in the city yester day on his return from Minneapolis, where he had been for witnesses in a counterfeit case now pending before the court. Hon. Henry Poehler, Henderson, the one Democrat who has been honored with an election from what used to be known as the Second district, now the Third — the Minnesota river valley district — is in the city on .1 social and business visit with headquarters at the Merchants. George Schellor, proprietor of the New hall house billiard room, Milwaukee, Wis., at the time of the holocaust, arrested and held in durance for several months as the incendiary, but acquitted with honors after a most searching investigation, was in the city last evening on his return from a pro3pecting trip to Miles City. S. S. Eaton, the well-known insurance agent, returned yesterday morning, from a trip to the "ilaginnis mines." near Fort Maginnis, Mt., in which St. Paul parties are largely interested, and as one result of his visit the front window of his Third street office now shows a sixty pound nug get of silver ore taken from the mine, while Mr. Eaton has a new subject to talk about which is a good thing for the insur ance men. WELL'S "KOI'GH ON CORNS." Ask for Well's "Rough on Corns." 15c. Quick, complete, permanent cure. Corns, wart?, bunions. Board of I'ublic Works. At an adjourned meeting of the board yesterday afternoon thirteen street sprink ling contracts were awarded, of which John Seheka had seven, and Win. Forrestal, J. S. Hinkle and Patrick Norris two each. The assessment for grading on Aurora avenue from Western avenue to Kent street was confirmed. The clerk was ordered to give first notice for assessment for sprinkling Fourth street from Seven corners to Ram sey street, and for sprinkling East Third street to Summit avenue. The clerk was also ordered to give first notice for assessment for grading Jessie and Chestnut streets and for a sewer on Exchange street. Several bills for lumber, etc., were al lowed for May, the largest being $1,314. The engineer was instructed to put in construction several sidewalks in various parts of the sity. 0 "Diamond Dyes are so perfect and so b ea« ful that it, is a pleasure to use them. Equallj good for dark or light colors. 10 cents. tViiite Bear Lake. Buy a Lot on the peninsula. Location near the ilepot, high and picturesque. It is thor oughly shaded by a fine dense growth of native trees. Evry hr fronting on the lake, with beautiful graded streets and walks in the rear. Lots ;ire large, averaging 100 by 200 feet. Public sale Wednesday afternoon, June 6th. Free train on St. Paul & Dulutli railroad, will leave Union depot at one o'clock p. :n. Notice of Election. St. Paul Chaxbeb or Commerce, ) St. Paul, Minn., June 1, 1883. \ Notice is hereby given that the annual meeting of the St. Paul Chamber of Commerce for the election of a Board of Directors, will be held on Monday, June It, at the roo n of the cham ber, comer of Third and Robert streets. The polls will be open from 9 a. in. till 12 noon. C. A. McNealz, Secretary. Concerning Imported Cigars. Competent judges upon all sides declare the Seal Skin Cigar to be equal if not superior to the best imported cigars. Warranted free from scent or flavor produced by drugs. Beaupro, Keoh & Co . , 4-gents. Sawed mill wood delivered for $1.50 per load by John Dowlan, corner Fifth and Wabashaw streets. Sawed mill wood delivered for $1 .50 per load by John Dowlan, corner Fifth and Wabashaw streets. MARKIED. ROGERS— ROGERS— By Rev. W. C. Gilbert, June 2, 1883, J. N. Rogers to Mrs. Belie J. Rogers, all of this city. DIED. HUNTSMAN — At Ids residence corner of McCar thy and Edwards streets, J. B. Huntsman, aged 43 years. Notice of funeral hereafter. Cincinnati, Covington and Scott county pa pers please copy. Absolutely Pure. This powder nerer raries. A marre) ef par ty, strength and wholesomenesa. More econom cal than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be est in competition with the multitude of low and short weight, ilumor phosphate powders. Sold only n cans. Royal Baking Powdkb Go. fiO.W.OUt. M. V H. C. BOTT, DEALER IN ffatdifis, Clods anflJswelry. REPAIRING A. SPECIALTY. 884 Jackson Street, • • St. Paul, Minn. THE SAINT PAUL DAILY GLOBE, WEDNESDAY MORN IMG, JUNE 6, Ibß3 REAL ESTATE. tar Attention IS INVITED TO-DAY To the Improved Property opposite the St. Paul Roller Mill, on Upper Third street known as the ALLEY BLOCK, And consisting of the three stores, Nos. 43, 45 and 47 West Third street. The Building is Sixty by Nine ty, three stories high, and is in excellent condition. The Lot is 60 by 140 feet, less a piece 29 by 34 in the northeast rear corner. 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. (Mm & iswprt, 176 E. 3d St,, Opposite, Merchants Hotel. S. LEE DAVIS, Real' Estate ant Mertiaifi Loan. 860 Jackson Street, St. Paul, Minn. Investments made and taxes paid for non residents. BUSINESS CHANCE— §B,OOO buys a first class paying business, centrally located, toge' her with a Ion? and valuable lease and personal prop erty worth $4,000. |Business now paying $10, 01)0 per annum. Rare bargiin. S. Lee Davis. 360 Jackson street. 56-1 58 tBJIK&BRB. Real Estate. 354 Jackson Street, St. Paul, j Houses, Lots. Blocks. Acres & Business Property j HEZEKIAH HALL. B. F. HALL, j HALL BROTHERS, Real Estate Corner Third and Robert Streets, in the Savings Bank. ST. PAUL. . - - MINN. — - i JOHN M. LYNCH, Heal Estate 104 East Third Street, Presley Block, - - St. Paul, j Business property, vacant lots and blocks, residences and arm property chaap and on easy terms. Money to loan. _________________________ I R. W. JOHNSON, Seal Estate Agent, Mannheimer Block, Room 11. ST. PAUL, - - . MINN. TEEPLE & HOSKEN, Real Estate aiid Loan Brokers No. G3 East Third Street- ST. PAUL, - - - MINN. FOR BALE— S9OO for lots on Dayton Bluff; 5 per ccut. cash, balance $5 to $10 per month. Teeple&Hosken. 133-162 A. E. CLARK & CO., Real Estate & Loan Agents, 315 Jackson street, opposite Merchants hotel. »ASE. BLINDS, fte. COULEES, CHAPMAN & DRAKE, (Incorporated), Manufacturers of Doors, Sash, Blinds, &c, Hard Wood Finish a Specialty, Offices at corner Eighth and Jackson and a Seven Corners jvt:<i Eagle street. PACKETS. TARE THE EXCURSION STEAMER, HEM W. LO\GFELIOW, for fort .Sufllhuj and Minnehaha Falls. Leave foot of Jackson street at 8:30 a.m., re turn 12 noon: and leave at 2:30 p. m., return at 6 p. m. 500 round trip. For special excursions and all desired information call on GEORGE H. HAZZARD, Manager St. Paul Navigation Co., 170 E. Third street. 152 JOEGS WAGENEK, DEAIiEB IN WOOD Al COAL, Office on Seventh Btreat bridgo and corner jo Twelfthaad Robert. Oidert received by te e phono. Office of the Boakd of Public Works, ) St. Paul, Minn., June sth, 1883. ) NOTICE. Bids will be received by the Board of Public Works, until 12 o'clock, coon, of the 11th day of June, for THE USE OF One 3-Seated Spring' Wagon, WITH TEAM AND DEIVER, until November 1. For particulars, apply to the City Engineer. R. L. GORM N, 157-IG2 Clerk of Board of Public Works. FIVE CENTS A LTSE SITUATIONS WASTED. COOKS, cookp, girls for general housework, dining-room girls. 6 ood places, good wag?s. 317 Wabashaw street. 157 W r ANTED — By a lady, the care and educa tion of young children. Will accept of situstion in family or school. The best refer ence siven • Address eacher, care Globe office. 154-60 TT7 ANTED— A grocery clerk, 18 years old, f ? Bpeaks (ierman and English, good pen man, wants a place in a grocery or any light work in on office. Address J.H. C, this office. 151-57 ON HAND — first-class cooks, dry goods clerks, laborers, at 317 Wabashaw. 157 SITUATIONS OFFERED. SIX CARPENTERS wanted. Inquire at cor ner of Western and gelby avenue. 157-61. X/ \ GIRLS Wanted. German Intelligence of >JU fice 129 Eighth street. 157-158 WANTED — Cook, who can wash and iron, 527 Broadway. 157-58 RESPECTABLE young girl to mind baby. Must come well recommended . 18 East Seventh. 156-158 \T~ ANTED— Two first-clas3 plumbers, at *» Kenny & Hudner's, 118 and 120, West Third street, St. Pau.. 122* WANTED — A good emalecook o cook night orders. Highest wages paid. Apply at the Boston Restaurant, Minneapolis. 95* FOR SALE. FOR SALE— The furniture and nxtures of the boarding house and saloi.n, 848 Rosabel street, kept by Mrs. Hoban, with the leasehold interest of eaid premises. Rent -510 per month. Lease rive years to run . ' 157-162 FOR SALE — Shelving, tables and counters, cheap. Inquire of C. Schmidt, 49 West Third street. 152* f^Olt SALE Big bargain. House barn and .i_ four lots on Greenwood avtnue. App vto J. W. Wait, at Capital bank. 151-57 FOR SALE OR RENT— IOS acres, one mile from postoffice; best stone quarry in Rico county. I furnish all stone for state insti n tions, Shattuck schools, St. Mary'- Hall and all public buildings, located here, patent lime kil , | fou- dwell ngs, one st ne, one frame barn, one i st ne barn connected w th blacksmith shop, etc. Twent -five acres. containing the quarry aud in' prov ments, will be sold or rented separately, if desired. J eason for selling — old age and poor he ,Ith. Apply t. Philip Cromer, Faribaulr, Minn. " 139* FOR SALE — A brick house desirably located on St. Anthony Hill. Inquire on premi ses, 117 Harrington avenue. IS7-6G FOR SALE— Hotel for sale, within a few blocks from Union depot. For particu lars inqniro at Globe office. Address Hotel. 105* i Si^Oß SALE— Best made Refrigerators, $10. |JC Best Ice Chests. $7. Stees Brothers. 105* HEAL, ESTATE. ; T>ACON &. STONE can now offer the balance jJD of the lots in Oakville Park addition at i the same price that they sold the first 200 at. viz: only £175 each. Jasy terms. There is not , a question but rhat everyone of these lots are j cheap at $31)0 a piece. Buy before the advance, : which is sure to come. Bacon & Stone, 180 Fast | Third street. 152-158 j W E would like to have- buyers of lots on St. t » » Anthony lull, compare, tho price of lots in ; Rogers' addition, with atijoininji property. As | soon as the street railway reaches this very ohoiee j property, it will doable in price. Call on us for i bed-rock prices, Bacon & Stone, 180 East j Third street. 152-153 BA( SON & STONE hay got the choicest 20- Acre addition to St. Paul, in the very best j part of the city for Bale. We can offer purchas- I era a price on this thai will tempt the most con serratiye. Bacon & Stone, leu East Third street. 152-158 AYTON^SBLUFF to the front. I have 750 line building lots in Sigel's addition for : i sale cheap, on ss monthly payments, from 8100 Jto £3'JO each. These Lots lay high, and close to ! the railroad, wholesale and manufacturing cen ters of the city, and of easy access. This is a i grand opportunity to secure a home and invest your monthly savings. A. Gotzinn, 42!' Ea^t Seventh street. 112su,mo,tu* ■ TMOR SALE — Lots on Lincoln avenue, $550, : -L $150 cask. Corner lot on Fort street, only $550. Lot cor.. or Valley anil Warren streets, | 1 1 .050 . House <in Valley street, 5 rooms, $1 ,750. House on Fanquier street, 5 rooms, $1,350. Lot I on Viola street no payment down if yon will | build. Lots or, i-a. Anthony hill, out Fort street and in all other ports <>:" the city. WM. HENDRICKS, 1 54-1 GO iO Eaot Third st reet . | f~ IST you property for sal« ar,d orders for i .Li purchases with Geo. H. Hazzard, Real Estate and Loan Agent, 170 East Tnird street, i St. Paul. SO ; l~ OTS and money to build on monthly pay- JLj ments. Pioneer Building Society, 356 Jeckson street. 126* TO RENT ' K'tOHtM. ROOMS in suits for rent — furnished or unfur nished—third- house from Postoffice, 27 West Fifth street. 157-160 FOR RENT— Nicely furnished rooms in Steele block. Apply at Room No. 10. 156-157 FOll RENT— Two rooms. Apply at 107 Cora Jl street, Sixth ward. Michael Demps 153-59 FOR RENT— Four unfurnished rooms 380 Marshall aye. near Western. 140* Houses ri^O RENT — A house of six rooms, good stable, i JL well and cow hou'rO and large lot, 80x300, on Kent street, for rent for $25. J.W. McClung, 6 Bridge square. . 157-158 FOR RENT— A splendid house to rent for residence or boarding house, on West side, on the hill, Odell's place, containing ten rooms. Splendid orchard, largo barn and spring water. Inquire of E. L&ngevin. 133* MUSICAL. 1 i \ < i i \ pieces Sheet Music at 5 cents f-ach Al fir \J forsale by M. C. Thayer, 418Waba shaw street, St. Paul and 312 Nicollet avenue Minneapolis. Send postage stamps for cata logue. 180* FINANCIAL. ""', ILL loan upon or bnT Life Ins. Policies *» 1.,. P. Van Norn:* 360 Jackson. 89 LOST AM* FOUND. STRAYED — From Minnesota transfer, one lay IO horse and a brown pony. Finder please re turn to L. M . Storz, at Minnesota Transfer, and receive reward. 155* MISCELLAIfEO US. PAPER HANGING— If you want a good job of paper hanging, send card to John J. Wil liams, 178 Main street. 130* WANTED— By a gentleman and wife, with out children, board in private family, where there are no other boarders. Address H., this office. 123 EF. CROCKER — Contractor and builder, • Sixth ward, St. Paul. 72 ST. PAUL BOARD OF TRADE. ELECTION NOTICE. The annual meeting of the St. Paul Board of Trade for the election of Officers and other busi ness, properly brought before it, will be held on MONDAY, JUNE 11, At 11 o'clock a. m., at the hall of the Chamber of Commerce. St. Paul, June 5, 1883. F. V. HEYDER3TAEDT, President. L. A. Gilbert. Secretary. 157-58 FIVE CENTS A LINE KA I 'AX A GH 'S A UCTIOXS. f\f* DESIRABLE RESIDENCE LOTS AT UO AUCTION— I ■will sell at auction on the premises, on Monday June 11, commencing at 2 j 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 bo ob tained in the city, and is well adapted for fine residence sites, within a short distance of the Sioux City Shops, permanently employing a large numoer of men, within a few blocks of the Fort street Railway and immediately adjoining Clarke's addition. This is by far one of the best chances to ob tain a beautiful home in this portion of the city, at your own price, that has yet been offered and will amply repay a close attention. Terms liberal. P. T. KAVANAGH, 148-62 Auctioneer. OUSE AND LOT ON THE WEST SIDE at auction. I will sell at auction, on the premises, on Wednesday, June 6th, a 11 o'clock a. m., a house and lot on McCarthy street be tween Eva and Robertson streets. This property will make a desirable home for a man of mode rate means, being but ten minutes walk from the Merchants hotel. Terms easy and made known on day of sale. P. T. KAVANAGH, 152-157 ' • • Auctioneer. If I VOL AY'S AUCTION. FOR Business and resi lencs lots in all parts of the city, acres between the cities, on the line of important improvement, houses, etc. Apply to Minnesota real t state exchange. .A. 11. JNicolay, Auctioneer, niaua-; -r. No. 10 East Third street. 133e0d146 ~i A CHOICE SEYENTH~ST. LOTS :V AT M AUCTION, 14 ST. LOTS AT AUCTION, iilso 14 lots ,>:: etljnimng streets on Dayton's blatt, suitable for haziness and residence purposes.to be sold on the ■:■■■■■ i 'd on Wednesday afternoon, June 20, I&£3, at 2 o'clock sharp, on liberal terms, anil sale posi tive. Particulars hereafter. For further infor mation apply to A. H . NICOLAY, Real Estate Auctioneer and Agent, No. 70 East _ Third street. ' 154-60 DISSOLUTION DISSOLVED! The firm of Drois & MitschhaTing been dissolved P. J. DREIS Hss established himself in business COVINEFtKINTE &ST. PETER STEEETS Where will bo found the finest and beet of Drags, Perfumery, Toil3t Articles, Patent Medi dines, etc. Also &il kiuds of Garden an 3 Flower seeds. >. SPJFICIAX7V UNDERTAKERS STJEES BROS., [Established 1850. J Manufacturers of Furniture. Lire Geese Feath era and Mattresses. Funeral Directors. Sole Agents for Metallic Burial Caskets ar.d Ciso^, Cloth and Wi.od Caskets. Corner Third and Blinneaota St 3 C. J. 31'CAKTHY. J. G. DONNELL] fOAMI & B9IELLI UNDERTAKERS. WWa&asiiai Street, Opposite Post Qfiist Calls answered at alt hours. Embalming I a specialty. Best hoarse in the city, and fines carriage* at lowest rates. Ftmerals • inducted j and satisfaction ani*rßnt*»«s ASSESSMENT FOR fiRADIXG AaD GUTTER m CHESTSIT STREET- Office of the Board of Public Wobks,) Cm of St. Paul, Mian., June sth, 1883. ) The Board of Public Works in and for the cor poration of the City of St. Paul, Minnesota, will meet at their office in said city at 2:30 p. m., on the 12th day of Jur.e A. D., 1883, to make an <is-essnient of benefits, costs and expenses aris inh from the grading and guttering of Chestnut street, from Pleasant avenue to Fort Street (now Seventh street) in said city on the property on the line of said grading and guttering and benefited thereby amounting in the aggregate to $3,676.55. All persons interested are hereby notified to be present at said time and place of making said assessment and will be heard. JOHN' C. TERRY, President pro tern. Official: R. L. GORMAN, Clerk Boa-d of Public Works. 157-159 ASSESSMST FOR WiDEM. KKOYE STREET, BETWEEI BROADWAY AXD PEIRI STREETS. Office of tui;Bo\rd of Public Worits, ) Cm of St. Paul, Minn., June 5, 1883. ) The Board of Public Works in and for the corporation of the city of St. Paul, Minnesota, will meet at their office in said city at 2:30 p.m.,ontho 22(1 dayof June, A.D. 1883, to .yak.? an assessment of benefits, damages, costs and expenses, arising from the widening of Grove street, from Broadway to Pearl street, inlaid city, on the property on the line of said widening, and such other property as may be deemed benefited or damaged thereby. The land necessary to be condemned and taken for said widening is described as follows, to- wit : All that part of lots 1 , 2 and 3, in L. C. Day ton's enlargement, and of that miscellaneous strip between said lots and Broadway.lying with in the lines of a street fifty (50) feet wide, the north line of which shall be the south line of block 4, Dayton's addition, in the city of St. Paul, Minnesota. All persons interested are hereby notified to be present at said time and place of making said assessment and will be heard. AU notices heretofore given hare been an nulled. JOHN C. TERRY, President pro tern. Official: B. L. Gorman, Clerk Board of Public Works. 157-59 Assessment foMMge oflraieln Cedar Street. Office of the Bo.vbd of Public Works, ) City of St. Paul, Minn., June 5, 18«3. $ The Board of Puplic Works in and for the cor poration of the city of Bt. Paul, Minnesota, will meet at their office in said city at 2:30 p. m. on the 22nd day of June, A. D. 1883, to make an assessment of benefit', damages, costs and expenses arising from a change of grade on Cedar Street, from Second (2nd) street to Seventh (7th) street in said city, on the property on the line of said Cedar street and such other property 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 C. TERRY. President pro tern. Official : R. L. GORMAN. Clerk Board of Public Works. 157-lE9 Styles flnt will Pte You, Prices \U will Attract You AND ' Garments W fill Fi! Ton! The following Lots are unmistakably Bargains: Lot 4376 at $8.00; Lot 4350 at $6.00; 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 810.00. This is an elegant dark-mixed Cheviot, very handsome and stylish looking, 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 bargains. If Yon io it Get Tiese Bargains it is Your Own Fault! Send your measure and we will send any one of these suits to any part of the country, C. O. D. SATTLER BROS., 91 East Third Street. AND TELEGRAPHIC INSTITUTE, Has leDfj etnee established its claims to public favor and has now entered upon its 18th year rmda the moot favorable auspices. Send for catalogue giving full particulars. Car. 8d and Jackson. W. A. FADDIS Principal. THE PFBFFERLE PATENT EIRE ESCAPE i Is the Most Wonderful Life Saving Invention of the Age. Made to fit any window, no matter what height the building may bo. Ready for immediate U9e. Can pass twenty to thirty persons in safety to th 9 ground, in one minute, no matter how excited or timid, or how great their numbers may be. Let them j amp, fall, or be thrown into the open ing, and their lives can be saved without injury. « W. C. GRAY, Piqua, Ohio, Manufacturer and Proprietor for the United States. Send for circular and testimonials to C. G. lIALLAM, Agent for the Northwest, Tribune Office, 12 East Third Street, St. Paul, Minn. p~r 2m<> MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. WEBER PIANOS. ictoiiitei ly i*ts_i_B(i! in tie ffoti I know of none superior to the Weber and none that can com pete with them for durability. — Teresa 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 Weber. — Emma Abbott. R. C. MTJNGSR, Agent, St. Paul. Send for Catalogues. SPRING STYLES OF SHOES. SCOLIEK & CO., - - 89 E. THIBB STREET. THE LEADING SHOE HOUSE OF ST. PAUL. Tho Only Complete Stock of Spring and Summer Styles of Boots, Shoes and Slippers in the West. Sole Agency for BUSTS, Gray's, Reynold's, and many other leading makes. One price to all. % r? iTfil 0 fii'' WHOLESALE We have the control in this market of the unrivalled O. F. C, the Hume and Crystal Spring Whiskies, and are handliner the W. H. Mcßrayer's and Nelson Whiskies and Guckenheimer Rye. 194 East Third Street, ------ St. Paul, Minn WHOLESALE DEALERS. NOYES BROS. & CUTLER, IMPORTERS & WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS, 68 and 70 Sibley Street, Corner Fifth, - St. Paul, Minn STANDARD SCALES. FAIRBANKS' |: BCL ! PSE STANDARD SELF- REGULATING SCABIES! WIND MILLS. FAIRBANKS, »QB*g & CO., ■ 371 & 373 Sitiley Street FINE T^ZCORHSTG-. if I W If ft? i IRRY^ M w S!rßS * ONLY KNOWN CURB FOR THE TRIUMPH TRUSS COMPANY, Of Philadelphia and New York, cure Rupture in 30 days, and will pay $1,000 for a Rupture they cannot cure. Advice Free. Dr. Engelmann (the great Hernia Surgeon,) Medical and Surgical Director, transient office to and including Saturday June 16, at Room 7, EXCHANGE HOTEL, 21 East Fifth street, Bt. Paul, Minn. Office open Day and Evening. Dr. C. W. BURNH AM, the Great Truss Expert, General Superintendent. This Company have on hand and make to order 300 styles of Trusses, female Supporters, etc. Free Trial of Trusses at office. Book od the cure of Rupture, 25c . fPfl WITH T A TITPO I Dr - ENGLEMANN, who has over 40 years experience in the treat- IHP liAIIIHN ment of all troublesome Female Diseases, can now be consulted 1 U lULIJ UILUIIjU • free of charge, at Room 7, Exchange Hotel, Bt. Paul, Minn., for a few days only. Day apd Evening. SUPERIOR Coal and Iron Co., Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Coal, Weofl, Goße anflPig Iron T. D. BARTON, AGENT, 354 Jackson Street, • • • St, Paul NEW GOODS. EUBINESS COLLEGES FIP.E ESCAPES. BOOa ASJ) i-EO« iIE^XKBr. LIQUORS AND WINES. HEALTH IS WEALTH Dr. E. C. West's nerve and brain treatment, a specifics for hysteria, dizziness, convulsions, nervous headache, mental depression, loss of memory, premature old age, caused by over exertion or over-indulgence, which leads to mi*» cry, decay and death. One box will cure recenl 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. Wit! each order received by us for bix boxes, accom panied with live dollars, we will s-. ._ the pur chaser our written guarantee to retur:: the money if the treatment does not effect r care. Guar antees issued only by Lambie & Co., cornet Third and Wabashaw streets, rit. Paul, Minn. Ord--« by _::\ii promptly attend*} to.