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DAILY WE ATM Kil bcixktl.n.
Office Cms* Signal Officer,
WAPHUOTfIjf, D. C. June 17, 9:56 p. m.
Observations taken at the same moment of
time at all stations.
UPPER MISSISSIPPI VALLEY.
Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather.
Bt. Paul t 29.61 62 NE Light rain.
La Crosse 29.54 67 SE Cloudy.
NORTHWEST.
Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather.
Bismarck 29.81 68 SE Light rain.
Fan Garry 29.75 64 N Cloudy.
Minnedoea 29.68 57 W Cloudy.
Moorhead 29.79 63 N Fair.
St Vincent 29.77 66 NW Cloudy.
NORTHERN ROCKY MOUNTAIN SLOPE.
Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather.
Fort Buf 29.93 69 NW Fair.
Billings 29.94 56 W Cloudy.
UPPER LAKES.
Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather.
D-iluth 29.76 54 SE Light rain.
DAILY LOCAL MEANS.
Bar. Ther. Dew Point. Wind. Weather.
24.746 64.7 62.0 E Light rain.
Amount of rainfall,l .72; maximum thermometer
74.0; minimum thermometer, 62.0; daily range,
12.0.
Hirer, observed height, 7 feet 5 inches; fall in
twenty- four hours, 2 inches.
P. F. Lyons,
Serereait S'btibl Ooros. D. B. A.
CITY GLOBULES.
Lest some one maj not know, it is well
enough to mention that it rained yester
day.
C. A. Mann, formerly of St. Paul, but
now of Cazenovia, New York, is at the
Metropolitan.
The entertainment that was to ha^e
been given yesterday at Shade's park sur
rendered to the raiu and was abandoned.
The restaurant under the market house
is kept open ui^'ht and day 'and proves a
great accoramod ition to those who have
found it out.
T::e holes in the cloud skimmers yester
day were of nnusual size and the conse
quence was that pouring instead of rain
ing was the ordar of exercises for the day.
The road beds which have been
graded down in preparation for the
wooden pavements in different parts of
the city presented unusual attractions for
the pedestrians yesterday, and it was a
question of full boots in venturing to do
a street crossing.
Hen. C. B. Sleeper, Brainerd, one of
the parties indicted at the late term of the
United States district oonrt at Winona for
fraud in connection with land entries in
the Duluth laud district, appeared before
United States Commissioner Spencer yes
terday, and gave bail for his appearance
fur trial in $3,000, Hon. C. A. Gilman, St.
0 ! '-> nd. and Col. C. D. Kerr, this city, being
i is sureties.
Police circles vrere upset yesterday morn
ing with a report, that appeared to come
as straight as possible, to the effect that a '
man had been murdered in West St. Paul.
Captain Brisette hurried two officers ovar
there as fast as possible, who scoured all
that part of the town near the foot of Kate,
street in the vicinity of Langevin's, where
the murder was reported to have takeu
place, without finding any foundation for
the rumor. The most that could be learn
ed was that some man had had difficulty
with some little girl, and even this story
wa~ related on doubtful authority.
Families, parties, picnics and church socia
bles applied with nrst-class ice cream at Trav
is' candy kitchen, 444 Jackson Ftreet.
DIED
RUGELSBERGER—At li o'clock last evening,
a: residence, 122 West Sixth street, Mary,
wife of George Regelsberger, daughter »>t
John Schmidt, aged 27 years, 8 months and 4
days.
Funeral Tuesday morning from former r i
dence at b:3O. Friends are invited to attend.
Mlv \— In this city. June 17, Joseph Martin
aged s years, 1 month and 7 days.
Funeral from the residence of his parents,
Wes St. PauL Tuesday, at 9 o'clock.
.**; ' : . j y\ s .^ / '-■ W t r -
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies. A marvel of puri
ty, strength and wholesomeness. More economi
cal thai: tke ordinary kind.-, and cannot bo sold
in competition with the multitudes of low test,
short weight, alum or pHosphate powders. Sold
■•••'■ in cant. Rovai. Baking Powdeb Co., 106
Wail btrei ;. New York.
PACKETS. ~
Sf. LOUIS & STV_PAm^ PACKET CO.
Side- Wheel Steamers, Equipped with Elec
tric Light.
REF.TTED IIP RSFCMISHEI.
For Winona, La Crosse, Dubuque, Cl ; nton
Rock Island, Bavenport, Muscatine, Bur
lington, >kuk, Quincy, Hannibal, St.
Louis, and all intermediate points.
STEAMER "WR.HD PACIFIC,"
JOHN HAMILTON, N. G. RHODES,
Master. Clerk.
Leaves St. Paul,
Monday, June HRI, atlOo'clociiM.
Through tickets by river and rail for «de to
all points East md South.
A. DELANY, Agent,
164-65 Levee and Jackson Street.
DIAMOND " JOiMTfIEUEHi
For Winona, La Crosse, Dubuque, Rock Island,
Davenport, Keokuk, St. Louis and
Intermediate Landings.
MARY MORTuN,
V ' •: ' ■ ither, Clork,
Leavus . Ji] 19, at 10 a. a
From Dock, foot of Sibley street.
tj ' lJ A. G. LONG. Agent.
REAL ESTATE.
Yoiir Attention
IS INVITED TO-DAY
T the Improved Property opposite the St. Paul
Roller Mill, on Upper Third street,
known as the
ALLEY BLOCK,
And consisting of the three stores, Nob. 43, 45
and 47 West Third street.
The building is Sixty by Nine
ty, thnee 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 wihch makes it worth the
consideration of capitalists.
We will be glad to show you the
property and give you figures
upon it.
Gocliran & lemon,
176 E. 3d ,<♦!>, )I rebuts Hotel.
AUCTION SALE
OF
We will sell at public auction,
Maria?, June 2311, 1883,
At 3 p. m., on the premises, the following prop
eities: Good dwelling house, eleven rooms, on
lot 7, block 5, Rice's second addition . This is
near the great purchase of Northern Pacific
railroad. It is now rented at $30 per month.
Immediately after selling above, we will sell lot
17, block 11, Dewey, Bass & Roller's addition.
This lot fronts on Mount Airy, overlooks the
city beautifully, has nice shade trees, and is a
very desirable lot — 50x217 feet.
Terms are easy.
FAIRCHILD & DAVIDSON,
168-74 Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers.
S. LEE DAVIS,
Real Est He ailfftpp Leans.
860 Jackson Street, St. Paul, Minn.
Investments made and taxes paid for non
residents.
Ij^Oli SALE — Jackson street property, special
1 bargain, 100x150 feet, at the corner of Jack
son and Twelfth. Btreets, for tale livS. Lee Davis,
360 Jacksoa street . 1 t'O*
JOHN M. LYNCH,
JR,eal Estate
104 Last Third s
Pi-usley Block, - - St. Paul.
TEEPLE ~& HOSKEN,
Real Esiateaod Loan Brokers
No. 63 East Third Street
ST. PAUL, - - - MINN.
HR/F.KTA H HAT.T, B. F. HALL.
HALL BROTHERS,
Real Estate
Corner Third and Robert Streets, in the Savings
Bank.
ST. PAUL, . - - MINN.
R. W. JOHNSON,
Keal Estate Agent,
Hsnnhetmar Block, I{;;«>m LI.
ST. PAUL, - - - ItllNN.
A. E. CLAEK & CO.,
Real Estate & Loan Agents,
3>5 Jackson street, opposite Merchai te I
nriiLGioi
Real Estate.
354 Jackson Street, St. Paul.
Eouses, Lota. Blocks. Acres i Business Property
ffNDEBTAKES3
STEES BROS.,
[Established 1550.]
Manufacturers of Furniture. Lire Geeee [<'aatb
ers and Jlattr9sses.
Funeral Directors. Sole Agent* for Metallic
Burial Caskets and Cases, Cloth ar.d Wood
Caskets.
Corner Third and TVtiunasota Sts
TAKE HE EX(T!iSIO.\ STEAIEt,
HEM W. LONGFELLOW,
For Fort Hn^lli.ifj and Jlinnehaha Falls.
Leavo foot <;i- Jackson street at 8:30 a. m., re
turn 12 noon; and leave ■; 2:30 p. m., return at C
p. m. S"V round trip. For special excursions
and all desire ! information call on GEORGE H.
HAZZARD, Manager St. Paul Navigation Co.,
170 E. Third street. * 152
THE SAINT PAUL DAILT GLOBE, MONDAY MORNItfG, JUNE 18, 1883
FIVE CENTS A LINE
SITUATIONS WANTED.
WANTED— By young Swede man, a situation
in private family, to take care of hcrses
and general work. Apply 347 East Seventh
street 168-174
'ANTED — Situation by a young man to
take care of horses and do general work
with private family. Address M. \V., Globe of
fice. 167-173
WANTED— By a rttind young lady situation
in a store. Address A. C., this office.
164-170
WANTED — situation to do dressmaking
T » and plain sewing in private families.
Address or call at 201 Pearl street. 164-170
SITUATIONS OFFERED.
\X r ANTED — additional carpenters, at
'» once, at Red Rock Park, 8 miles below
St. Paul. Apply to M. Sheire & Bro.. 505 Rob
ert street. D. S. B. Johnston, Chairman Exec
utive Committee Red Rock Purk association.
167-169 .
/CHIROPODIST, 233 East Seventh corner Wa-
V^ conta street. Habighorst black, Room 5.
WANTED— Apply at the St.
Paul Foundry. 168-170
VJTT ANTED— IO Girls to make paper boxes.
T T Apply to Martin Dreis, 370 Robert street.
. 168*
VJkf ANTED — reliable nurse girl to take care
» f of a baby about a year old. Must come
well recommended. Apply at 532 Lafayette
avenue. 168-174
\\ ! ANTED— A good tinsmith. The prope
▼ » man can secure a splendid and p?rmanen
position by writing to Charles Damerel, Wahpe
ton, P. T. 167*
WANTED— girl to help in doing house
work in small family, at 335 Pleasant
avenue. ' 166-72
VV'ANTe.D — A girl who understands cooking,
" at No. 578 Cedar street. 165-71
WANTED A good boy to work in jewelry
» T store, must have, reference. Also, a boy to
learn the manufacturing jewelry trade. Myers 4
Finch, Bridge square. * 163-169
\KI ANTED— Two first-class plumbers, at
* T Kenny & Hudner's, 118 and 120, West
Third street, St. Pau.. 122*
TO SENT
FOX KENT— Store, first-class locality, oppo
site City Market house. Inquire ' % H "
Globe office. 159*
f^OII SALE— The fixtu' es of the saloon board
ing-house kept by Mrs. Hoban, at 348 Rosa
bell. Rent $10 per month, lease to run live
y ears - 163-170
Ro-Jtns.
CHIROPODIST, 283 East Seventh corner Wa-
V- couta Habighoret block. Room 5.
FOR — Four rooms and summer kitch
en, at 64 Etna street, on the first floor. In
quire at 45 Hoffm in avenue. 168-170
i FEW— Furnished rooms to let, in central
rk location, at low rates. Apply at 451 St.
Peter Btreet. 168-173
FOR RENT— Two nicely furnished rooms,
k. first floor without board, convenient to
street cars,'])rivate family, suitable for two ger.
tlenian or three, 438 Selby avenue. 168-169
i'^UKSISHED ROOM to rent at 323 Somer
set street.
FOR RENT — Large furnished room, suitable
for two. 120 Iglehart street. 165-63
t^OR RENT — Four unfurnished rooms 389
L. Marshall aye. near Western. 140*
Houses
HPO RENT — House with 5 rooms on Twelfth
JL between Robert and Minnesota streets.
Apply to 7? West Third. 168-169
Fj^Oß RENT— A new house containing eight
rooms, cellar, well and cistern. Inquire
310 Oak street. 167-169
FURNISHED HOUSE to rent till October 1.
JL 11. D. West, 811 Wabashaw street. 167-73
F^Oil RENT Furnished house, the owner de
sires to board with the fa . ily renting. 306
Sherman street. " 167-16 (
I^OR RENT— No. 551 Wacouta street. house
I in fine order. David Sanford, 849 Wab
; Bhaw, or 602 Canada street. ' 163*
"C^OR GENT — A splendid house to rent for
C residence or boarding house, on West side,
oil the Mil. Odell's pL-ice, containing tea rooms
Spier, lid orchard, larfte barn and spring water.
Inquire of E. Langevin. * 133*
tun s.iLE. <
HIROPODIST, 283 East Seventh cornet H a
v 7 couta street, Habighorst block, Room Z.
DAYTON'S BLUFF the front. I have 750
fine building lots in Sigel's addition [or
sale cheap, on ss monthly payments, from 5100
to $800 each. These lots lay high, and close to
rhe railroad, wholesale and manufacturing cen
ters of the city, and of easy access. This is a
grand opportunity to secure a home and invest
your monthly savings. A. Gotzian, 423 East
Seventh Etreet. 112su,mo,tu*
OR SALE— Choice business corner on Fort
I street, on street car line, $650; lot on
Marvin street, $450; lot on Fuller stra t $375;
lot on Viola street convenient to sir ■•>: cars,
*S'JO. No payment down if you will build.
Lot on Canton street near street cans #125,
worth $3t!0; 60 feet by 129 feet on Colborne
street with two new houses, one of 8 rooms,
good barn, well, cistern and cellar, $2,000, with
in one block of etreet cars. A largo list of
houses and lots and acre property, for sale by
WM. HENDRICKS, *
153-163 Cor. Third and Co ! ar Btree -.
FOR SALE — Houses arid 1o?h on monthly
payments. A. Gotzian, 423 East Seventh
street. 160*
Ij^Oß SALE— light driving mare, at 608
JL Fort street. 165-68
li^Oß SALE — Shelving, tables and counters,
«• cheap. Inquire of C. Schmidt, 49 West
Third street. 152*
f/»OR -ALE OR RENT— IOS acres, one mile
.i from postoffice; best stone quarry in Rice
county . I furnish all stone for state insti a
tions, Shattuck schools, St. Mary' Hall and ail
public buildings, located here patent lime kil ,
foa dwell i gs, one st ne, one frame bam, one
st ne barn connected w th blacksmith shop, etc
Twent -five acres, containing th ■ quarry and im
prov men's, will b ■ sold or rented separatel.', if
desired. reason for Belling — old age ami poor
he It*:. Apply t • Philip Cromer, • Faribanlt,
Mil . 13-j*
FOX SALE — Hotel for sale, within a few
blocks from Union depot. For particu
lars inquire at Globe office. Address Hotel.
185*
FOX SALE — Best made Refrigerators, £10.
Best Ice Chests. $7. Stees Brothers. 105*
FINANCIAL..
"^.TTTILIi loan upon or buy Life In*. Policies
» ¥ 1.. P. Van Norn «i- Sn*l Ja-k^or> ku
2*l { \f\f\ TO LOAN on city property. Jas
fpJUUU Gilfillan, Capita " 164*
MUSICAL.
1{ \i I f\ piece* Sheet Music at 5 cents each
I.*' rV/ for sale by M. C Thayer, 418 Waba
shaw street, St. Paul and 3.2 Nicollet avenue
Minneapolis. Send postage stamps for cata
logue. " 150*
E. S. NORTON.
•) Q LOTS that lay high, just west of Oakland
._■ O cemetery, can be bought at a bargain if
secured at once. Can be sola in bulk or single
lots. E. S. Norton, 822 Jackson street. 167-69
ST. PAUL property to trade for farms or per
Bonal property. E. S. Norton, 322 Jackson
street. " . - 166 69
Ti^Oll Business lots on all the principal
JP streets. The best residence property in tha
"v. Whole blocks and additions at low figures
in desirable locations. Property on St. Anthony
Hill and near the foundry. Large and small in
vestments. E. S. Norton, 322 Jackson s'reet!
166-69
Cil i\ i\t\(\ -*"'' of the best residences
>PIv7«V.'vHJ on Dayton avenue; $23,100,
one of the best residence" or. Summit avenue;
i' 30,000 one of the most complete residences in
lower town. E. S. Norton, 322 Jackson street.
166-69
FIVE CENTS ALIfIE
KA VAJTAGirS A UCTIOXS.
A SSIGNEE'S SALE OF THE SCHEFFER
rV. BROS. Stock, at Auction.— l will sell at
store No. 58 West Third street, on Tuesday next,
June 19th, at 10 o'clock, a. m., the large and
well selected stock of English, French and Scotch
cloths and trimmings, belonging to the above
firm. The goods have been all carefully selected,
and a splendid opportunity is afforded to all
who may need a suit or pants pattern. The
"Trade" and public generally are invited to this
sale. Terms cash. The fixtures will be sold also.
P. T. KAVANAGH,
167-170 Auctioneer.
MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING, GENT'S
Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, &c., at
t* nction l will sell at auction at the store of
Dominic Barthel, No. 498 St. Peter street, a
stock of fine goods consisting of men's and boys'
clothing, gent's furnishing ».oods, hats, caps,
&c , commencing on Saturday June 9, at 10
o'clock a. m., and continuing until all is sold.
This stock was selected with great care by Mr.
Barthel and is composed of the finest grades of
goods such as John B. Stetson, Stetson & Co.,
Dun Christy, and other notable manufactur
er's hats, fine neckwear, etc , etc . etc.
P. T. KAVANAGH,
159-160 Auctioneer.
ADMINISTRATOR'S tSALE BY AUCTION,
±\. of the property known as the American
House corner. One of the most valuable pieces
of property in our city to be sold under the
hammer. — I will sell at auction on the promises,
on Wednesday, June 20, at 11 o'clock a. m., the
well known property on the comer of Fourth
and Wabashaw streets, on which the American
House stands . This property is the most desira
ble that has been offered in the past two years,
having a frontage of 50 feet on Wabasliaw by 100
feet on Fourth street. It lies within one block
of the custom house, post office and bridge
square, three blocks from the new market house
and five blocks from the state capital. As busi
ness property the location is unsurpassed.
Terms and particulars of sale will be given here
after.
A. R. Kiefeu, Administrator.
P. T. KAVANAGH,
163-71 Auctioneer.
PROTESTANT ORPHAN ASYLUM PROP
ERTY — Postponement sale of 66 Lots by
Auction, on account of the threatening weather
on Monday, June 11. — I will sell at auction on the
premises, on Tuesday June 19, 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 be 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 number 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
I will amply repay a close attention.
Terms liberal.
P. T. KAVANAGH,
163-70 Auctioneer.
O/"\LOTS in Jilson'ri addition at auction.
Ovl will sell on the premises on Saturday,
June 23, at 3 o'clock p. m., 33 lot.-; in above ad
dition, fronting on Rice street, Sycamore street
and Park avenue. This property is in the im
mediate vicinity of the work shops of the St. P.,
M. & M. R. EL., and will afford an excellent op
portunity of securing homes for mechanic- and
laboring men, i.' a very low figure and on favor
able terms. P. T. KAVANAGH,
Auctioneer.
/CHIROPODIST, 233 East Sev. nth corner Wa
\j couta street, Habighorst bh.ck, Room 5.
It. S. FAUtCMLn.
HS. FAIRCHILD & SON sell at auction
• to-m >rrow at 3 p. m., at their ofßce, cor
ner Fourth and Jackson, a number of five acre
lots, between St. Paul and Minneapolis.
See our want columns for full particulars, or
call at their office and get plat and description.
This is very desirable property, Lying in full
view of Minneapolis, and will in a few years be
worth many times present prices, Minneapolis
is now built up to a point only one and a-half
miles distant. " 169
A I C LA YS ACVTIOXS.
-| A CHOICE SEVENTH ST. LOTS AT
JLt! AUCTION, also 14 lots on adjoining
streets on Dayton's Waft, suitable for business
and residence purposes,to be sold on the ground
on Monday afternoon, July 9, 1883, at 2
o'clock sharp, o.i liberal terms, and tale posi
tive. Particulars hereafter For further infor
mation apply to A. H.NICOLAY,
Real Estate Auctioneer and Agent, So. 70 East
Third street. 166-72
A. 1. . l\ lEFEtt.
Ql^J "\i \i \ — The fine residence and ground,
KJ i « m )\ '• r 106 Bates avenue, near Seventh
street, lot 65x145; $2,500 cash, balance in two
years or. longer.
$2,500— E &idecc< l ; j story, now, 7 rooms,
sTj-.lile. etc. Lot 50x125 to alley, (room on lot
£<;r store), corner Farquar and Cypress street;
■^cuO cash, balance monthly; veiy reasonable.
A. R. KIEFER,
168-163 190 East Seventh Street.
TAIRCUILD .1 ZtAI'IDSOX.
VCCTIONEEBS— We will sell ral .state or
persona] property at public auction for
all persons desiring our services. List your rol
with us if you want it sold at auction.
FAIRCHILD& DAVIDSON,
Ural Estate A gen t« and Auctioneers, 834 Jackson
street. l(j»-81
AN Aim" N SAL- IN ABSOLUTE GOOD
faith of 14 Lot 6of 5 ami 7; -, Acres, in Re
serve Park Garden lots, in t.amsey county.
'I oese lots are just midway between the cities,
three quarterc- of a mile southwest <>f Hacalestei
College* grounds, IJ^ miles northeast of Minne
haha Fa is. 1;.,' miles west of St. Paul city limits.
iles south of Merriam Paik, 1% miles north
of Fort Snelling, arid three-quarters of a mile
west of the Mississippi river. The land lies
bea r ally, and has a fine view of Minneapolis,
Fort Snelling, Mirmehaha and the surrounding
district. It is in the heart of that district thai is
after awhile to be the "'Court End of both cities;
a bridge over the .Mississippi near it, and line of
street railroad on its from, being an obvious ne
cessity before many years. It is ground you
can buy now at a fairly-conducted auction sale
at your own price, and for a few years use for a
dairy, market garden or fruit farm, with a large
and rapidly growing city on each side for mar
kets, with a certainty that after awhile thi* entire
central, beautiful, sightly and accessible district
is to be the home of the men of wealth in St.
Paul and Minnerpolis, to be what Avondale is to
Cincinnati, ;r d *onl almost ;.> \r.\v. \<. (>.■■• Front
foot as low p i a?r>. Knapbeide, Peters, Otto
it and Theobold liv< opposite these lots.
A drive down Snelling a«ecue to v.-.' firsi avenue
north of the "Lookout," and then oi c i:;ilf mile
west, brings you to the lots to be sold. It is in
the southwest quarter of section 9 of Reserve
township, Ramsey county, at corner of Otto and
Mississippi avenues. Terms of Bale— One-half
cash, one-fourth in one jear and one-fourth in
two years, at 7 pc-r cent. Sale at our office in
St. Paul, corner Fourtii and Jackson streets, al
3 p. m., Monday. Jur.e 18, 1883.
H.S. FAIIU HILD &SON,
164-169 Auctioneers.
3IISCELLJ.NEO US .
CHIROPODIST, 233 Eat Seventh, corner Wa-
V,* street, Hahiqho block, Room 5.
LOTS and money to build on monthly pay
ments. Pioneer Building Society, 356
jßck&on street. 126*
LIST your property for sale and orders for
JLJ purchases with Geo. H. Hazzard, Real
Estate and Loan A^ent, 170 East Third street,
Bt._Paul. 80-
EF. CROCKER— Contractor and builder
• Bixt-»ward, 3 .Paul. 72
WANTED— Situation as book keeper or
salesman, in the hardware business, four
teen years experience. Reference given, address
J. Me Donald, Gioee office. Minneapolis, Minn.
' it;s-u9.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.— State of Minnesota,
iy County of Ramsey— 11l Probate Court.
In tie matter of the estate of Wilhelmina Dorete
M '•[/, deceased.
Notice is hereby given to all persons having
claim and demands against the estate of Wilhelmi
na Dorete Merz, late of the county of Ram* y. de
ceased, that theju-'ge of the probate court <>i said
county will hear, examine, and adjust c'aim^ and
demands against ?aid estate, at his office in Saint
Paul, in said county^ on the first Monday of the
m: nth of August, A.']>.. 1883, at ten o'clock a. i.:..
and that six months from the -'i-t day of Ma; . 18S3,
have been limited and allowed by said probate
court for creditors to present their claims.
Bated this :>lst day of May, A. D. 1889
CHARLES E. METZ.
Administrator of the estate of Wilbelmina i'rete
'Metz, decease 1. aay2B-we-6w
REAL ESTATE.
THE ISRAEL^. LASH ESTATE.
LARGE AND
Important Sale
OF
REAL ESTATE
' IN UPPER AND LOWER TOWN,
TOGETHER WITH
S TJBURBAN PROPERTY,
BY AUCTION,
I will sell at auction,
OS WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27,
At 10 a. m., on the steps of the
OLD COURTHOUSE, ST. PAUL,
A Large Lot of
PROPERTY n UPPER ID LOWER TOWS
CONSISTING OF
LOTS
In Rice & Irvine's Addition, Robert & Ran
dall's Addition, Bazille & Gnerin's Ad
dition. Hoyt's Addition. Fuller's
Addition, Dewey. Bass &
Roarers' Addition,
LOTS FRONTING RICE PARK,
LOTS ON WEST THIRD STREET
123 ACRES
Of Beautiful Suburban Property having a front
age on LAKE PHALEN of oror a Quar
ter <if ;i Mile, and tracts of
LAND
In 10 different counties of the state. This sale will
present many very valuable pieces of property,
all of which will he sold to close the estate of the
late Israel G. Lash, Esq., and made imperative
by a decree of the Probate Court.
East 50 feet lot 5, block IS. and the north 1
foot of the east 50 feet of lot 6, block 18, of
Robert & Randall's addition to St. Paul, front
ing on Eighth street, between Robert and Jack
son streets.
The east 30 feet of the north ICO feet lot 2,
block 18, on West Fourth street.
The east 5J feet of the sou!!, 100 feet of lot 2,
block 18, Rice & Irvine's audition to St. Paul,
on West Third street, between Washington and
llarket streets.
West 10 feet of north 100 feet lot 2, block 5:
east 5 feet Of north 10U feet of lot 8, 15 feet west
of east 5 feet of north lUO fe t of lot 3, and east
half or lot 4. Bazille & Guerin's addition to St.
Paul, fronting on West Tenth street, between St.
Peter aud Wabashaw.
North 66 feet of lot 1, block 14, Hoyt's addi
tion to St. Paul, fronting on Wakouta street.
Lot 32 of block 16 of Dewey, Bass & Rohrers
addition, fronting on Mount Airy street near
Linden.
Lots 1, 3, 4, 13, 14 a::d 15 of block 5. fronting
on Josette, Martin 4 Byron streets.
Lots 1, 3, 5 and 7, of block 4. fronting on Jo
sette street.
Ail of blocks, fronting on oldComo road near
Rice street.
Lots s, 7, 9 and 11, blo ; -k [', fronting on Mar
tin and Ravoux streets.
Lots 1, 3, 5 and 11 of block 2. fronting on By
ron and Ravoux street.-., all i:: A. (i. Fuller's ad
dition to St. Paul.
W}„ of nw - 4 and loi 4 of sec. 21, town 20,
nin^- 22, containing 128 acres, having over ! 4
mile frontage on Lake Pli
Ten lots in block 88, Sl.erbun s & Boebe's ad
dition to Minneapolis.
Twenty-three lota in Jewett ? s Out Lotas o
apolis, containing ab rat 41) a<
•li. Part of ne \of»o ; 4 section 30, town 115,
rang • 19, 28 acres.
:>U. W ; j' of se ; 4 . Bection 30, town 115, range
19, 80 acres, in Dakota county.
81. Lot 4, section 2), town 81, range 20, town
of Marine. 89.98 acres.
82. Y.'i-.o: s W section 21, town 81, range
20, town of Marine, 80 acres.
:^S. SE : 4 . section 27. '.own :; ', range 21, town
of Grant, 160 air.-.
84. E}.;<>f'.\ 4', section 27, town ßo, range
21, town of Grant, bO ai ws, in Washington coun
ty.
35. SW : 4 , section 8, town SO, range 20, 160
36. W }„' of sw : . section 9, town 39, range
20, 80 acres.
87. EJ.i'ofsw 4 . section 9, town 39, range
2U, 80 acres.
88. NW ? 4 of se ' 4 , section 9. town 39, range
20. 40 acres.
39. SW J 4 of bo ; 4 . section ?, town 39, range
20, 40 acres.
40. N X of ne J£, section 20, town 39, range
20, 80 acres.
41. NW ! 4 . section 21, town 39, range 20, ICO
iiC"e.-;.
42. \V yof se }{, section 33, town 39, ranj c
20, bO acres, in Pine county.
i?,. li }< 2 of bw ; ; , and sw 3^ of sw }>i, section
I. town S3. range 26, 120 acres.
44. NW J-4 ofse Hi section I, town 33. range
2G, 40 acres.
45. NW %of sw ■.; . section 12, town 33. range
20. 40 acres, in Sherburnc county,
46. B}4of ne M and e}4of se 1 4, section 5,
town 38, range 27, 160 acres,
47. Sli }.< of nw 4 . section 31, town 38, range
26, '40 acres, in Mille Lacs county.
43. W}4of ™ , ] ; section 29, town 113,
range S5, 80 ■.■■■ •-.
4:». Part of e%of ne ! 4 , section 30, town 113,
range 85.
50. NW : 4 of ne ■-„ section 30, town 113,
range 35, 40 acres.
51. Lot 6 in r.p. '4. section 19, town 113, range
52. Lota, lie }{, section 2?, town 118, range
53. L- 1 ; . section 19, town l l^. range 85.
51. SW }.i of Be 14, section 19, town 113,
range «s, 10 acres in bedwood county.
55. Lots 4ai dE, block 1.
56. Lot 1. block ?.
57. Lots 4 and .", block .".
58. Lots 7 and b. block 4.
59. Lots 9, 10, 11. 14, 15 and 16, block 5.
60. Lot 9, block 6.
61. Lots 12 and 13, block 7.
62. Lots 7, 8 and 9, block ß.
68. Lots 7 and 8, block 12.
64. Lot 7, block 15.
65. Lots 1, 2, 5 6, 8 and 9, block 16.
66. Lots 3, 4. 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9. block 17.
67. Lots 5. 9, lo and 11, block 22.
68. Lots 1 and 2, block 23
69. Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7, block 1.
70. Lots 1 and 13, block 3.
71. Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7, block 4.
72. Lots 1, 2. 3, 4, 5. 6, 7 and 8, block 5.
73. Lots 12. 13, 14. 15. 16 and 17, block 5.
74. All of block 7.
75. Lots 1, 2. 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8. block 8.
76. All of block 9.
77. Lots 1, 2. 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8, block 11.
78. Lots 12, 18, 14, 15. 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21,
22. 23. 24, 25, 26 and 27, block 15.
79. Lots 1.2, 3, 4, 5, 12, 13, 14, 15 and 16,
block 16.
80. Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6, block 19.
81. Lots 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 block 20.
82. Lotsl, 2, Saucl 4. block 21.
83. All of blocks 22. 23, 24 and 25.
84. Lots 1, 2, 5 and o, block 26.
85. All of blocks 29, 30 and 32, in Reed's
Landing, Wabashaw county.
86. E l 4. °f 8e J-i» section 24, town 115, range
28. SO acres, in McLeod county.
87. E%°f sw X/ i- Beotion 15, town 112, range
Ti. 80 acre-:, i:. Si;' y ounty.
Catalogues of plats and descriptions
'.) be ready June 11. and \siil be fur- j
nished 0:1 application aftei In
- W aa otdi:
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P. T. KAVANAGH
Auctioneer. 49 East Thi .1 -^et-i.
Rice, Agents, Gilfillan Block, cor
.l Jackson streets . 165
LOOK AT THIS.
Lot 3864. 251) All-Wool Suits, worth $12, at ■ ■ $0.00
Lot 4.m Dark (irey All-Wool, - .... $7.00
Lot 4310. Light Grey All-Wool, - .... $7.00
Lot 8000. Brown Ixed, $6.00
These Goods have been thoroughly sponged and will not
shrink. Size from 34 to 42 breast measure; they will be sent to
any part of the country O. O. D. They are the biggest bargain
ot this or any other season. All lots heretofore advertised are
closed out.
SATTLER BROS.,
91 East Third Street. . - St. Paul, Minn
THE TRIUMPH TRUSS CO.,
Hrincipal offices and factories, Philadelphia and New York,
Hire Rupture in 30 days, and will pay 81.010 for a Rupture
Hiey cannot cure Advice Free. Transient office, to and
■eluding Saturday, June SO, ..• .-..-i 7, Exchange Hotel,
■ East Fifth street, St. Paul, Minn. Office open Day and
veiling.
Over 800 STYLES of TRUSSES, Trial Free.
H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^PJ »Xf v ßook on the Cure of Rupture, 25c.
I *'.!'. — Owing to a tremendous rash of business, and a
HHHIHIHfIfIHIHHIHHHiIH va; demand for our treatment in this vicinity, we have
concluded to accede to the request of many prominent phy-
DR. C. W. H, BURNHA.M, Bicians and hundreds of sufferers from Rupture, and will
The Greatest Truss Expert in the world) remain at Exchange Hotel, St. Paul, until SATURDAY
Ben'l Superintendent. EVENING, JUNE 30th.
BUSINESS COLLEGES.
AND TELEGRAPHIC INSTITUTE,
Has long since established its claims to public favor and has now ertered cpon ite 18th year nnis
the most favorable auspices. Send for catalogue giving full particulars. Car. Ed and Jackson.
W. A. FADDIS Principal.
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.
WEBER PIANOS.
Istowltlii If WsisJlJiisl ii i w mil
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 — Emma Thursby.
Weber Pianos excel all others in volume of tone and in power
of expression.— S. Idebling.
There are no Pianos in the world that sus .am the voice like the
Weber. — Emma Abbott.
It. C. MUNGEK,, Agent, St. Paul.
Send for Catalogues.
STANDARD SCALES.
PA! ./.BAN'K? ECLIPSE
STANDARD SELF- REG DLATING
SCALES! "VV 1N D MILLS.
hmmi Will •$7~~~ 371 & m m Street
■:-.Ji»vAil ft/ Pitlllll. St. Minn.
NOYES BROS. & CUTLER,
IMPORTERS & WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
68 and 70 Bibley Street, Corner Fifth, - St. Paul. Minn
WHOLESALE DRY GOODS.
AUERBACH, FINCH & TAN SLICK.
Ite Oil? LeauiEi Dry Hoods Hesse is tie HarttiHt
C»mr>pte,H with the Markets of New York and Chicago
BOOT AND SHO2 DBALEBt!.
Spring STYLES OF SHOES. ~
SCHLIER & CO., - - 89 E. 'liJßfi 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 BUBT'S, Gray's, Reynold'?, and many other leading makes. One price to all.
LIQUORS AND WINES.
Ift f/'WTIF'? P i^ft ' WHOLESALE
§17 IT II 1 1 Mf* lil I WHOLESALE
D e Mi PL it ill UpjriMfHim
We havetho control in this market of the OEriTailed O. F. C the Hume «nd Cr/atal Spring
Whiskies, and aro handling tue W. H. Mcßrayer's and Nelson Whiskies and Guokenliouuer ye.
194 East Third Street, ------ Paul. Minn
ST. PAUL
Art Ellin !
MANMEIMBR BLOCK.
OPEN FROM
10 a.m. to <> p.m. &8 to 10 p.m.
SEASON TICKETS, $2.
Single admission, 50c; Children, 25c. 167* ,
NEW GOODS.
ONLY KNOWN CUKE FOR
RUPTURE.
WHOLESALE DEALERS.
C. J.M'CABTH*. J. G. DONNELLI
fCiM k lIELLi
UNDERTAKERS.
54 % WaHasfi3W Sires!. Opposite Post ollics-
Calls answered at all hours. Embalming:
a «-pscift!t.7. Best hearse in the city, and finee
■-..-? «..-•"• ct ia^est ra' os. Fon«nui ":dact*d
and satis*v r ; n sniwnrjrit****
NOTICE.
1 Office of St. Paul Globe Phintinu Company, )
June 1, 1883. !>'
The annual meeting of the stockholders of the
St. Paul Globe Printing Company is hereby calleJ
to be held in St. Paul, on July 2, 1833.
163-83 H. P. HALL, Secretary.

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