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Oiwarvations taker, at the same moment of
tinn St all stations.
UPPER MISSISSIPPI VALLEY.
Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather.
it. Paul 30.<> l 75 0 Clear.
Lft Ccos33 29.95 76 N Clear.
SOUTHWEST.
Bar. Thar. Wind. Weather.
Bismarck 29.85 85 E Clear.
Kin; Garry 30.01 07 NE Fair.
Mionedosa 29.93 65 E Clea-.
Moorhoad 30.00 70 E Clear.
St. Vincent 30.00 70 SE Clear.
NO3THESN BOOK* MOUNTAIN SLOPE.
Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather.
Fort 8uf0rd.... 23.87 80 N Clear.
UPPEH LAKES.
Bar. Thar. Wind. Weather.
Dolnth 30.04 61 NE . Clear.
DA.II.V LOCAL SiKi
B-«r. Jh«'. Daw Point. Wind. Weather.
•29.955 76.3 60.8 N Clear.
Amount of rainfall, .0; maximum thermometer,
• 97.5; minimum thermometer, 75.0; daily range,
.17.0.
Bivv. observed height, 5 feet 9 inches; fall in
£wanty-foar hours, 2 inches.
P. F. Lyons,
c*anr««nt Signal Corps, U. 8. A,
to-day's weather.
"Washington, Jane 30, 1 a. m.—lndica
tions for the upper Mississippi and lower
Missouri valleys, generally fair weather,
winds shifting to east and south, stationary
or slight rise in temperature in the Missis
sippi valley, and continned high tem
perature in the Missouri valley and a
slight rir?e followed by a falling baro
meter.
ClX\ GLOBULKS.
The United States circuit court is ad
jo a rued to Monday next at 10 a. m.
Two small allowances of pensions were
received at the adjutant general's office
yesterday.
Tin ' jceived by citizen- of
:or killing wolves at
I sad the paat year vras !>;J23.
members of the Great Western band
c d at Grole's last uight in their
- 1 . liforms, which are very neat.
Grand Commander Paul Vandervoort
addressed the grand army post at Still
warer, on Thursday evening, making a
most elegant address.
Edward Sheehan, examined aui ad
judged insane by Judge MeGrorty, Thurs
day, was yesterday taken to St. Poter by
Deputy Sheriff O'Connor.
Tha members of the council faiied to
(rather last evening in sufficient numbers
to constitute a quorum and consequently
no business was transacted.
The game of base ball between the Bank
of Minnesota and the National German
American bank resulted in the latter corn
lag oat ahead, with a soore of 24 to 9.
Champion Lodge, No. 13, Knights of
Pythias will install its offioers for the en
suing year Wednesday evening, July 11,
the grand chancellor of the state honor
ing the occasion with his presence.
Last evening the fellow that stole the
carpenter tools from a building near the
Seven corners was found trying to sell
wma of them, and was arrested and locked
ap< The tools can be found at the city
hall.
Aboat 1 o'clock this morning Officer
Alatak run in s9ven tramps whom he
found over the river unable to give a satis
factory account of themselves. Judge
Hair will settle that question for them this
morning.
Adjutant General Hawley made his an
nual inspection of company X, first Min
nosota regiment of national guards, at
Stillwater, on Thur.-day evening. Forty
nine of the company were present, and
:;liovFed line progress in the drill.
The Ramsey county district court hav
ing virtually completed the business upon
the calendar for the June term, yesterday,
adjourned to Monday, July i«, at 10 a. m.,
to hear motions, etc. The next regular
if the court will commence the sec
oud week in September.
Y. I!. C. A.. 366 Wabashftw street.
¥oang men's meeting this evening at 8
o'clock. Services S follows:
Devotional meeting at 9:30 a. in. Bi'oie
*tndy at °l:'. M.' p. re. Gospel meeting and
song service at 4 p. m., conducted by Mr.
David Perry. Good music. Ail are in
vited.
• " T. S. Biodgett, a former member of the
board of public works, of Milwaukee, and a
noted paving and sewer contractor of that
oity, as the lowest bidder, was awarded the
contract for the immediate building of ex
pensive sewerage on Stillwater and other
streets, by the board of public works yes
terday, at $30,525 .
The house ''pulled" by Sergeant Morgan
and Officer Murphy is located on Fifth
street, between Cedar and Minnesota, and
uot between Wabashaw and Cedar. Peo
ple who live between the two last named
streets do not reside in a neighborhood
where it is necessary for the police to make
their appearance, and so desire it to be
understood.
Col. A. R. Kief er, president of the Ger-
Man-Scandinavian Hail and Storm Insur
ance company, this city, has a curiosity in
CiiQ line of photography. It consists of a
view of thirteen of the hail stones which
fell in the great storm, at Duluth,
June 16, 1882, the weight of the stones be
iug from three to fifteen ounces, and diam
eter f:o:u two to five inches each.
PERSONJUU
J- H. Te'.ler, Yankton, at the Metropoli
tan.
H. E. Torraace, Worthington, := at the
Windsor.
A. S. Anderson, St. Cloud, is <*t the
Merchants.
W. S. Smith, Grand Forks, D.T.,is at the
Merchant?.
AY. W. Williams, Albert Lea Standard, is
ia the city.
Tb.Os. Van Etten, Bismarck, is at the
Metropolitan.
B. C. Tiffany, Grand Forks, D. T., is at
ihe Merchants.
The Morris Sullivan troupe are quarter
ed at the Clarendon.
A. F . Mantor, of Mantorville, is stop
wing at the Clarendon.
E. D. Dyar, a leading citizen of Dover,
is a guest at the Clarendon.
Dave Frisbie, of Busti, N. V., is stop
ping in the city for a few days.
S. R. Wentworth, Duluth, was among the
arrivals at the Windsor yesterday.
Ron . O. P. Whitcomb, Rochester, ex
state auditor, is at the Metropolitan.
Howard Wallace, Little Missouri, D. T.,
is in the city, with headquarters at the
Merchants.
Hon. E. P. Wells, Jamestown, D. T.,
member of the Dakota legislature, is at
the Merchants.
Hon. Loren Fletcher, Minneapolis, was
iv the city yesterday. He is reasonably
happy over the result of Wednesday's con
vention.
Major Sam Whitten and Hoa. D. M .
Morrison, Rochester, delegates to the late
Republican pow pow, left for their home;
yesterday morning.
Mr. L. G. Johnson, of Chicago, th& rep
resentative of ths well-known music hou.se
of Julias Baur &, Co., of that city, is in St.
Paul, visiting friend*.
H. W. Carter, prominent among the
pushing business men of Billings, M. T., is
at the Merchants.
A. De Lacy Wood, of newspaper . fame,
has been nominated lor judge of propite
in Carlton county.
E. T. Wetter, special agent for the Ca
milla Urso concert, is in the city arrang
ing a Northwestern tour.
M. Blood, proprietor of the hotel at Red
Win;*, passed through St. Paul yesterday
on his way to Fort Lafayette.
James P. Franklin, Esq., connected with
the Massasoit Paper mills of Holyoke,
Mass., and iierriain <fc Co., extensive deal
ers in fancy pnpers and envelopes at
Springfield, Mass., is spending a few days
at the Merchants.
P. H. Kelly, E3q., in company with a
distinguished party of Chicttgo capitalists,
consisting of P. D. Armour, Marshall
Field, J. W. Doaue. Sidney Kent, and
others, retur: d f rom Winnipeg yesterday
morning. T d Chicago gentlemen started
at once for hi.- me, where their arrival will
probably have some effect upon the
market, which has been raided pretty
heavily during Mr. Armour's absenoe.
Col. John Chirm, flarrodsburg, Ky., with
George Morgan, ov ncr of the horse Leon
atus — the greatest performer of the year —
and other first class race horses, took ad
vantage of the bad weather causing post
ponement of the Chicago races, tD pay St.
Paul, his second he me, a visit, and is stop
ping at the Merchants. Col. Chirm is as
hearty and good natnred as usual, and
proposes notwithstanding the order of the
mayor interfering with his '"banking" op
erations, to stick to St. Paul, and with th it
purpose in view wi 1 close a contract dur
iv.g his present \is-^t for the erection of an
elegant residence cpon a Cue building site
he has on St. Anthony hill.
To Miuuctonka
via Manitoba donbL track. Five irains ditily.
Prohibition Convention.
Ali friend? of the Prohibition and Home
Protection party, < Ramsfe, county, are
invited to i act :d ;> jurt house, at S
p. us., on J yO, fo .he purpose of elect
ing delegates to the state convention and
organizing in the county.
D. Mobgan, Chairman.
TEA GIVEN AWAY.
The N. W. Tea Co., Stall 1, Market, branch
store 137 East Seventh street, will present sam
ples of th? best 50 cent tea ever brought to this
city, to all persons who call at either store, on
Friday or Saturday of this week.
To Minnetonka
via Manitoba douHe track. Five trains daily.
Everyone » Good Doctor.
Pliny says, every one is a good doctor to him
self if he is capable of looking closely into him
self ,f or he can then see that his system needs
rejuvenation, and that Allen's Iron Tonic Bit
ters is a sovereign remedy for the ills he suffers.
All genuine bear the signature of J. P. Allen,
druggist, St. Paul, Minn.
MEE.
VOSE— On Thursday Tune 28, J. Albert Vose,
son of the late Jt n Vose, Jr., of Boston,
Mass., and brother oi the Misses Vose of this
city.
Funeral at 4 p. m., Sunday, July 1, from the
residence of the Misses Vose, No. 41 Exchange
street west.
Boston* papers please copy.
Absolutely Pure*
This powder never varies. A marvel of puri
ty, strength and wholesomeness . More economi
cal than t>.e ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold
in competition with the multitudes of low test,
short weight, alum or phosphate powders. Sold
only in cans. Royal Baking Powder Co., 106
Wall street, New York.
BASH, BLINDS, &c.
OORLIES,
CHAPMAN
& DRAKE,
(Incoroorated), Manufacturers of
Doors, sash. Hub, it,
Hard Wood Finish a Specialty,
Offices at comer Eighth and Jackson anda
Seven Corners a^d Eagle street.
fra.\kli.\ MACHINE WORKS,
ROBERT SIGEL, Proprietor,
Manufacturer of Pulleys and Mill Machinery.
Special attention given to Repairing Steam
Engines, Pumps, etc.
Corner S xth and Cedar streets,
st. Paul, MINN. 181
"excursions^
MIIEHI
VIA THE GREAT
DoiiiM Manila Liflß,
Sunday, July 1.
Trains run as follows: Leave St. Paul 9 a. m ,
lp. m., 5:30 p. m., 7 p. m; Leave East Minne
apolis, 9=25 a. m., 1:25 p. m., 5:55 p. m., 7:80 p.
m.; Leave Mi neapolia, 9:30 a. m., 1:30 p. m., 6
p. m., 7:40 p. m. Arrive Wayzata, 10:02 a. m.,
2:02 p. m., 6:32 p. m., 8:28 p. m. ; Arrive Minno
tonka Beach, 10:15 a. m., 2:15 p. m., 6:45 p. m. ;
Arrive Spring Park, 10:22 a. m., 2:22 p. m.,
6:52 p.m.
Returning, Leave Spring Park, 7:35 a m, 10:53
a m, 5:02 p ru; Leave Minnetonka Beach, 7:42 a
an, 11 a m, 5:10 p m; Leave Wayzata, fi:2s a m,
7:55 am, 11:13 am, 5:25 pm. Arrive Minnea
polis, 7am, 8:27 am, 11:43 a m, 5:57 pm: Ar
rive St. Paul, 7 :30 am,9a m, 12 :lo am, C :30 pm.
Connects with the Mamm-.th Steamer,
BELLE OF MMETOKA!
At Wayzata for all points on the lake.
Bound trip, 75 cents. 181-S2
THE ST. PAUL DAILY GLOBE. SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 30,1883.
REAL ESTATE.
FOE EENT
A large, well-finished and well
situated house No. 450 Iglehart
street, between Arundel and Mac
kubin sireets.
A well-located and good Cottage
in West B f . Paul, furnished or un
furnished.
One of a good Brick How in Up
per Town, on the Fort street Pla
teau.
One of the Stores in the Alley
Block, a first rate retail stand. No.
43}4 West Ihird.
Souse and Barn, corner of Fort
and Douglas streets.
Codran & iwpori
176 E. Third street.
S.LEE DAVIS,
Real Istte cM Mortjiap Lous.
860 Jackson Street, St. Paul, Minn.
Investments made and taxes paid for non
residents.
IpOR SALE — Jackson street property, special
' bargain, 100x150 feet, at the corner of Jack
son and Twelfth streets, for sale by S . Lee Da vie,
360 Jacksoa street . 1 60*
i B. ffILBUS & BRO
Real Estate.
354 Jackson Street, St. Paul.
Houses, Lots, Blocks. Acres & Business Property
FOR SALE — LutH for groceries, oarpenter
work, lumber, dry goods. A. B. Wilgus &
Bro., real estate agents, 354 Jackson. 181-82
LIST your property with us. A. B. Wilguß &
Bro., 554 Jackson street. 181-82
JOHN M. LYNCH,
Real Estate
104 East Third Street,
Presley Block, - - St. Paul.
TEEPLE & HOSKEN~
Real Estate and Loan Brokers
No. 63 East Third Street
ST. PAUL, - - - MINN.
HEZEKIAH HALL. B. F. HALL.
HALL BROTHERS,
Real Estate
Comer Third and Robert Streets, in the Savings
Bank.
ST. PAUL, . - - MINN.
~rTw. JOHNSON,
Real Estate igent,
Mfmiiheimer Mock, Room 11.
ST. PAUL, - - - MINN.
A. E. CLARK & CO.,
Real Estate & Loan Agents,
315 Jackson street,opposite Merchants hotel.
PACKETS.
ST. LODIS & ffiJPMJL PACKET CO,
Side- Wheel Steamers, Equipped with Elec
tric Light.
REFITTED ASP REETMSHED.
For Winona, La Crosse, Dubuque, Clinton
Rock Island, Davenport, Muscatine, Bur
lington, Keokuk, Quincy, Hannibal. St.
Louis, and all intermediate poiir 8.
STEAMER "KEOKIK."
Robert Baxter, Master.
R. McCuliough, Clerk .
Leaves St. Paul,
Sunday, July Ist, at 11) OTlork A. 51.
Through tickets by river and rail for sale to
all points East and South .
A. DELA.NY, Agent,
Levee and Jackson Street.
City Ticket office, 334 Jackson street.
diuld jo line_ of- steamers.
For Winoua, La Crosse, Dubuque, Rock Island,
Davenport, Keokuk, St. Louis and
Intermediate Landings.
"Libbie Conner,"
JAMES CORBETT, • a te .
A. HAVLIN, Cle:k.
Leaves Sunday, July 1. at 12 o'clock, Noon.
From Dock, foot of Sibley street .
Btr. '-Pittsburgh" follows Tuesday, Jnly 3.
180-82 A. G. LONG, Agent.
TAKE THE EXCURSION STEAMER,
HEM W. LMGFELLOW.
On and after Saturday, June 23, the Steamer
LONGFELLOW will lem- St. Paul at 8 a.m.
and 11 a. m. for Red Rock. Leave Red Rock 9
a. m. and 12:30 p. m. At 2:30 she will leave St.
Paul fur MINNEHAHA FALLS, returning at
6:30 p.m. At 7:30 p.m. 6he will leave for Red
Rock.sreturningafterthe meeting. GEORGE H.
HAZZARD, Manager St. Paul Navigation Co.,
1 170 E. Third street. 174
FIVE CENTS A LINE
BITVATIOXS WAyTEJ).
WANTED— Situation by a young man who
has had two years' experience at th* ma
chinist trade. Address "Machinist," Globe
office. 179-85
WANTED — Situation by sewing machine ma
*T chinist. Address " "Sewing Machine,"
Globe office. 179-85
WANTED— By a young man of good habits,
situation to take care of hones. Address
"Horses," Globe office. 179-85
BITTTATIOXB OFFERED.
WANTED — A youug man for waiter in din
ing hall, 355 Jackson street. St. Paul
Exchange restaurant. 181-37
XT7 ANTED —Six truckers and four wheelers
M at Bazille's brickyard. Apply 893 Jack
son street, or at works at Little Canada. 181-82
WANTED— girl, must be an expe
rienced cook. Good wages paid. In
quire at 355 Grove street. St. Paul. 180-86
ANTED— At 101 East Third street, two or
three good tailors. 180 86
WANTED Boy of experience to work in
shoe store, 559 Rice street. 179-82
WANTED— shoemaker, 559 Rice
street. 179-82
"¥X7"ANTED — Girl to do housework in a small
V family. Call at 835 Pleasant avenue.
178-184
TWO Rood girls for general work, at 368 Wa
bashaw street 178-184
WANTED— Tinner at 506 St. Peter street.
177-83
WANTED — A reliable girl for general house
work, at corner of Dale street and Lin
coln avenue. 177*
VS/'ANFiiD — Girls to operate steam power
if sewing machines. Steady w^rk and
best prices guaranteed. None but experienced
hands need apply. Guiterman Bros., 375 and
377 Sibley street. 175-81
VST ANTED — .V girl for housework in small
* « family. Apply at store, 378 Dayto , ave
nu . Ware & Malcolm. 170*
i*/ ANTED— Two first-class plumbers, at
*» Kenny & Hudner's, 118 and 120, West
Third street, St. Pau.. 122*
TO BEUTT
LpOH RtNT— Store, No. 119 Robert street.
X? Inquire at same . 179-81
IT'Oll BENT— Store, iirst-claas locality, oppo-
X? site City Market house. Inquire ''II "
Globe office. 169*
TO RENT— the line store building, No. 403
Sibley street, between Sixth and Seventh,
25 by 130, two floors and basement with elevator.
176-181
Rooms.
FOR RENT— Furnished and unfurnished
rooms in Winter block, corner Eighth and
Wabashaw. 181-83
FOR RENT— Furnished and unfurnished
rooms at 96 W. Twelfth street. 181-63
mo RENT— rooms, with A. B. Wilgus &
JL Bro., 354 Jackson street. 181-87
FOR RENT— Furnished rooms, 451 St. Peter
street. 180-82
Tj^URNISHED Rooms, $6 to $18 per month.
JP_ In suit, or single, 309 Fort. 180-82
TT^OR RENT— Rooms, gentleman and wife, or
J gents; use of bath; 321 Chestnut. 179-81
FOR RENT— Three furnished rooms on first
floor for housekeeping, 285 Josette street.
179-83
FOR RENT— Rooms, splendid location; you
will require no doctors by living on Ohio
street, Sixth ward. Inquire of P. R. McDonnell,
grocer, corner George and Ohi-» streets. 175*
FOR RENT— flat of six rooms, with all the
modern improvements, second floor, M. D.
Clark, No. 349 Sherman street. 175*
FOR. REN i — Three rooms to family without
children. Inquire at 223 Carroll street.
175* _\j_
FOR RENT— Four unfurnished rooms 389.
Marshall aye. near Western . 1 40* -Jk
Houses *"™
FOR RENT House, 4 rooms, corner Grove I
and Pine stteets. /_ ISO-81|
FOR RENT— A house. Inquire at 49 West
Fourth street. 179*
FOB RENT — House of si- rooms on Park
avenue, near University. §20 per month.
Fallihee &, Nolan, Room 2. Davidson block.
■ ■ 177-181
FOR RENT — A. new hoc containing eight
rooms, cellar, well and cistern. Inquire
310 Oak street. 177-82
mo RENT— of six rooms on first of
X July, on Ohio street. Inquire of P. R. Mc-
Donnell, grocer, corner George and Ohio
streets, Sixth ward. 175*
FOR RENT— N«>. 551 Wacouta street, house
in fine order. David Sanford, 319' Waba
shaw, or 602 Canada street. 163*
JUISC EL US.
BUY a home - If you have only a little money
we can help you get some, so you can stop
paying rent and have a cheap home. A. B. Wil
gus & Bro., 354 Jackson.
WANTED— Unfurnished room, with or with-
VY out table board, for one gentleman, with
nice family in lower town; state price and loca
tion. Address 8., 5, Globe office. 181-82
BUSINESS CHANCES— If you have a busi
ness or stock of goods to sell, call on us.
A. B. Wilgus & Bro.. business brokers, 354 Jack
son street. 181-82
LOTS and money to build, on monthly pay
ments. Pioneer Building Society, 356
Jackson street. " 126*
LIST youi property for sala and orders for
purchases with Geo. H. Hazzard, Real
Estate and Loan Agent, 170 East Third street,
St. Paul. 30-
EF. CROCKER — Contractor and builder
_ . 'Sixth ward, St. Paul. 72
MUSICAL. :
"I i \ i I f\ pieces Sheet Music at 5 cents each
JL\J \S \J -ale by M.C. Thayer, 418 Waba
shaw street, St. Paul and 312 Nicollet avenue
Minneapolis. Ssnd postage 6tamps for cata
logue. 150*
STAMMERING and speech defects cured. Ra-
O tional treatment, results permanent. Refer
ences. First course beg July 2. L.& G.De
lon, 52 Fourth, W. street, St. Paul. 174-201
Ft .v a y C ta L.
WILL loan upon or buy L:f 9 Inn. Policies
vV T,. P. Van Norman SWS 4ack«nn *9
djj. "I f\ A/ \TO LOAN on city property. Jas
J UUU Gilfillan, Capitol. ' 164*
~h. c. bottT
DEALEB IN
Mies, Clods and Jewelry.
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
384 Jackson Street , • St. Paul. Minn
SAM CENTER ACADEMY,
AND
Commercial Institute.
This institution is'the "Grove Lake Academy
of Individual Instruction," which by a liberal
bonus of land and money by the people of &auk
Center is now located on the banks of Sauk lake,
one and a half miles from the village. The
school will enter on its seventh year and resume
business on Monday, September 3d. This school
has been a complete success, and lias given to
its patrons entire satisfaction. No classes.
Pupils recite alone in private rooms. Reference
to the business and professional men of Sauk
Center. It will pay parents who have sons to
educate from home to send for circular and rules
of this institution. We have ample accommo
dation for eighty (SO) boarders.
sun,sat,wkly THE PRINCIPAL.
PIVECEISTSALIBE
K.I VJJfAQB'S AUCTIOXS.
ELEGANT RESIDENCE AND GROUNDS
of Col. A. R. Keifer, at auction. — I will
sell at auction on the premises on Tuesday,
July 10th, at 2 o'clock, p. m., the fir.. ■ resi
dence. No. 406 Bates avenue, together with the
beautiful terraced grounds 128x145 feet. The
residence was built under the personal supervi
sion of one who intended ta make a permanent
home of it, and none but the best material used
avd greatest care exert-ised in its construction.
The house contains thirteen rooms, la^e ce
mented cellar with double apartments and water-
Hj-ht cistern. The grounds are handsomely tor
raced, enclosed by a tine iron pipe fence with cut
Kiisota stone po-ts, and standards. The steps
leading to the house are all of massive cut stone
with pedestals of the same material suitable for
vases or urns. Well shaded by oak, maple,
mountain ash, applo, che ry and other trees,
while fruits and flowers are in abundance. The
property lies within a few feet of Seventh street,
and is to-day one of the finest residences, and
commands the finest view of any on Dayton's
Bluff suited for a man of any circumstances.
Terms made known on day of salo.
P. T. KAVANAGH,
179-81 ,~ uctioneer.
VALUABLE RICE STREET Property at auc
y tion—l will sell on the premises, No. 554
Rice street, corner Viola street and near the in
tersection ofComo h venue, on Saturday, June
30, at 2 o'clock p. m., a substantial brick house
often rooms, splendid cellar under the entire
main building, 150 barrel cistern, good well, and
ground 50x141, covered with fruit, shade trees
and shrubbery . This property is well calculated
for most any line of small business, viz: retail
dry goods, groceries, drugs, etc., and will be
sold on easy terms, to be announced on day of
sale. " P. T. KAVANAGH,
177-181 Auctioneer.
POSTPONEMENT SALE OF THIRTY LOTS,
in Jileon's Addition, owing to the inclem
ent weather of June 23. 1 will sell at auction,
or. the premises, on Saturday, June 80, at 5
o'clock p. m., thirty lota in Sue >n's addition.
These Lots lie near iiice street, and fronton Syc
amore and Acker streets, and Turk avenue.
Terms liberal.
P. T. KAVANAGH,
176-81 Auction® .
\ ITEST SAINT PAULPBOPEKTY at auction.
*» I will sell at auction, on the promises on
Nicholas, n?ar Hancock street, in the Sixth
ward, on Monday, July 2, at 6 p. m., Lots 20,
21 i.ud 22, in block 8, of Hitchcock's addition
to V\est Saint Paul. This property is in a pros
perous locality, and will make good homes fur
men of moderate circumstances. Terms liberal.
P. T. KAVANAGH,
17C-183 Auctioneer.
A CO LAY'S AIVTIOXS.
-t A CHOICE SEVENTH ST. LOTS AT
JL-fc AUCTION, also 14 lots on adjoining
streets on Dayton's blatt, suitable for business
and residence purposes,to be sold on the gron;d
on Monday afternoon, July 9, 1883, at 2
o'clock sharp, on liberal terms, and sale posi
tive. Particulars hereafter. For further infor
mation apply to A. H. NICOLA
Real Estate Auctioneer and Agent, No. 70 East
Third street. 175-81
JFAIRCHILI) X TiArinsOX.
A UCTIONEERS— will sell real estate or
il personal property at public auction for
all persons desiring our services. List your re
estate with us if you want it sold at auction .
FAIRCHILD & DAVIDSON,
Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers, 334 Jackson
street. 168-81
FOR SALE.
DAYTON'S BLUFF— lots and houses,
U very cheap. A. B . Wilgus & Bro. 181-82
BUSINESS CHANCES— We have two grocery
stores for sale or trade. A. B. Wilgus &
Bro., business brokers, 354 Jackson st. 181-82
SALE OR RENT— The building known
M/ as '"Government barn," corner of Fifth
and Cedar streets. Very desirable property for
a livery 'or sale stable. Inquire of Edward Lan
gevin. 178*
FURNITURE at private sale. 74 Summit
avenue. Hours from 9tolla. m.
173-182
FOR SALE— Young Trotting Stock— l have
several one and two-year-old colts, thr? gets
-of Baymont, 1,027, son of Aldan Goldsmith,
733, out of standard mares. Colts all large and
Prangy, fine looking, and unmistakably showing
•the promise of speed, G. W. Sherwood.
167*-sat,moni!cwed
t^OR SALE — Shelving, tables and counters,
* cheap. Inquire of. C. Schmidt, 49 West
Third street. 152*
"s7^oll SALE — Best made Refrigerators, $10.
« Bent loeChPstß. $7. Stees Brothers. 105*
MISSISSIPPI STREET— Choice business
property. A. B. Wilgtjs & Bro. 181-82
JtEJL KSTATK.
TyrOTMING down if you build. Lots near
Xl University and Bice street. A.. B. Wilgus
&. Bro., 354 Jackson street.. lnl-83
FOR SALE — Twenty-one acres near Asylum
audition for *35,1X)0. Lots have sold in
Asylum add tion for 1350, which is at the rate of
about £2.000 per acre. This twenty-one acres is
a solid stone quarry and v»ry valuable for the
stone, aside from what it would sell for in lots.
A stone house, built from the stone on the land,
is standing there; good barns and outhouses. E.
S. Norton, 322 Jackson street. I=l-83
FOR SALE— Houses on St. Anthony hill,
$3,000; house and lot on Marshall avenae,
$10,000; large house aud large lot on Dayton
avenue, near Western avenue, $10,000. Very
complete house and large lot on Iglehart street.
E . S. Norton, 322 Jackson street. 181-83
FOR SALE— Lots in Woodland Park, on Ash
land and Holly avenues; also in Summit
Park, Palace and Bryant's additions. E. 8. Nor
ton, 32i Jackson street. 181-83
FOR SALE — Large house and lot on Missis
s:ppi street. E. S. Norton, 322 Jackson
street. 181-88
FOR SALE— S3,OOO will buy a large house in
good repair. Large cellar, cistern and good
well. Lot high: size of lot 93x110 feet; just
west of Oakland cemetery. This is a bargain!
E. S. Norton, 322 Jackfon street. 18 -83
FOR LALE— Lots rnn all parts of St. Anthony
hill. Lots on University avenue, Ellen aiul
Charles streets, and in all parts of the city. E.
S. Norton, 322 Jackson street. "181-83
S?7i \/\\ /\— Elegant lot on St. Anthony hill.
I "v/ # A. B. Wilgus&Bro. 18L-82
t^OR SALE— Lots just west of Oakland ceme
tery and bur a distance from the
Manitoba shops, laying high and level. E. S.
Norton. ?22 Jackson street. 181-83
MONTHLY payments. Lots near Manitoba
Shops, A. ii. Wilgus & Bro., 344 Ja.-kson
street 181-82
FOR SALE — A choice selection of lots on St.
Anthony hill, on all the principal avenues.
Some special bargains near the short line, on
Summit, Grand and Lincoln avenues. All good
bargains. Edward Simonton, 18 WVst Third
street. 178-182
FOR SALE — Houses and lots on monthly
payments. A. Gotzian, 423 East Seventh
6treet. 160*
FOR SALE OK RENT— IOS acres, one mile
from postoffice; best etone quarry in Rice
county. I furnish all stone for state institu
tions, "Shattuck schools, St. Mary.- Hall and all
public buildings, located here patent lime kiln,
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 be sold or rented separately, if
desired. 1 eason for selling — old age and poor
hedth. Apply to Philip Cromer, Faribault,
Minn . 139*
VXTOODLAND PARK— Elegant building sites.
if A. B. Wilgus & Bro., 354 Jackson street.
HAVING PURCHASED THE
Fort Street Bakery
Of the former proprietors,
We respectfully inform the public that we are
prepared to conduct the business in a frst-class
style. We guarantee to do batter work than
this bakery has turned out heretofore, and in
vite the public to give us a call.
LEISTEKOW & LEMKE,
355 Tort Street. 180-181
Lot 3864. 250 All-Wool Suits, wortli $12, at - - $6.00
lot 4333. Dark Grey 111-Wool, - - ... $7.00
Lot 4310. Light Grey All-Wool, $7.00
Lot 8600. Brown Mixed, $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. C. D. They are the biggest bargain
of this or any other season. All lots heretofore advertised are
closed out.
SATTLER BROS.,
91 East Third Street. - - St. Paul, Minn
I THE TRIUMPH TRUSS CO.,
■ Principal oiKeesand factories, Philadelphia ami New York
■ cure Rupture in 30 days, and will pay $l,OUOfor a Rupture
■ the}' cannot care Advice Free. Transient office, to arid
■ including Saturday^ June 30, at Room 7 , Exchange Hotel,
■iv Eatt i'ifth street, St. Paul, Minn. Office open Day .nd
■; Lui "•■,'■ 800 STYLES of TRUSSES, Trial Free.
B^B^B^B^B^B^B^B^B^B^BK _ k t-^L' ok ou the Cure of Rupture, 25c.
X. — 'an:, <> a tremendous rush of business,) a
Bi!" 1 "! em;; ;id for our treatment in this vicinity, v..- have
in? n to ti cm , m TA,T concluded oac de to the request of many prominent puv
-r, I' °;^' H I BLK! M ' „ slcians and hundreds of sufferers from Rupture, and iU
The Greatest Truss Expert in the world) remain at Exchange Hotel, St. Paul until SATURDAY
Gen'l Superintendent. EVENING, JUNE 30t!i.
AND TELEGRAPHIC INSTITUTE,
Has long since established its claims to public favor and has now entered upon its 18th year ar.<4«
the most favorable auspices. Send for catalogue giving full particulars. Cer. 8d and Jackson.
_________________^ W. A. FADDIS Principal.
musical instruments; —
WEBER PIANOS.
ActunliH by Mists i Best in lit Vol.
I know of none superior to th^ 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. MUNGKER, Agent, St. Paul.
Send for Catalogues. .
STANDARD SCALES.
FAIRBANKS H ECLIPSE
STANDARD I SELF-REGULATING
SO A. I-, 3B iS I l IST p MILLS.
UMtfiU, mm & CO., • m & 373 saiey street
~ .FI3STE T-ATLORHSTG-.
"Will/ Ail &/ § Alii I, St. Paul. Em.
WHOLESALE DEALERS.
NOYES BROS. & CUTLER,
IMPORTERS & WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS.
6S and 70 Bibley Street. Corner Fifth, - - - St. Paul, Minn
WHOLESALE DRY GOODS.
AUEEBACM, ifiNCE & YAH SLICK.
Tie Oily leaiiu Dry Goods House is lie NsitkwesL
Competes with the Markets of New York and Chicago
BOOT AND SHOB VBALKUti.
SPRING STYLES OF SHOES.
SCHLIEK & 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.
LIQUORS AND "WINES.
II f7 f TWI i) /Ilk WHOLES ALZ
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 Whi6k:es and Guckanheimer Kya.
194 East TJiird Street*. ---___
CAKEIAGES, WAGONS, ETC.
SPECIAL NOTICE.
We respectfully call the attention of the public to our fine and elegaut line of Carriages suitable
for Spring and Summer driving in town or country, which we will warrant to be of the best ma
terial, thoroughly seasoned. Stock wheels are of the best selected second-growth toock, beat round
edge steel tire, patent double collar axle, whioh fully protects the axle arm from sand or grit and
prevents the oil from running out. The beet of Norway iron , each part forged by hand and fitted
smooth to the wood-work. Every job has 12 to 14 coats of paint and varnish for finishing coats
trimmed in fine English broadcloth and hand-buffed leather all through in top, making a very hand
some, stylish, durable carriage, which we offer at very low prices. Light Curtain Rockaway,
$375, with pole and shafts, worth $450; elegant Extension-Top Phaitons, $325, worth $400; Es
tension-Top Nillson Barouche, $225, worth $300; very stylish, pretty three-spring Phaetoas, *!70,
$180, $225, worth $200, $225 and $265; two-seat canopy top Beach Waeons, $255, worth $300
Jump-Seat Wagons, $135, $165; fine Top Buggies, $175, $225, worth $225 to $300; 2-9 eat Surray
Wagons, $165, $180, $200. These crrriages are first-class in every way and made by nrst-clasa
makers— Studebaker Bros., Riddle, Smart & Co., Courtland Wagon Company and others.
Special bargains in our 8-spring Phaetons with lamps and fenders, trimmed in green cloth, $115,
$145, $165. Uood Top Buggies $75, $85, $95, $185, $165. Open Buggiea, single and 2-seats,
$65, $75, $110, $125. Top Grocery and Delivery wagons, platform and 8-spring open. $110 to
$165. Buggy Harness, $8 up; light Double Harness, $25 up; Express Harness, $15, #24. $28,
$32. Fine Lap Robes, Dusters, Blankets, Sheets, Whip 3, &c ., at very low prices Liberal dis
count given to liverymen and the trade.
Corner of Fourth and Minnesota Sts., St. Pay
NEW GOODS.
ONLY KNOWN CURE FOR
i BUSINESS COLLEGES.
Paul, Sli an

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