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OfiicbSOhikf Signal Offiojcb, ' Washington, D. C.. July 0, 9:56 p. m. Observations taken at the same moment of ti ma at all stations. Bar. Tlier. Wind. Weather. Bt. Paul 29.81 74 SW i.. Clear. St. Louis 30.13 70 8 £Q Clear. La. Crobse 29.81 74 8 __lJ Fair. NORTHWEST. Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather. Bismarck 29.92 73 NW Th'r st'm. Fort Garry 29.83 50 N Fair. Minredosa 29.81 63 NE Clear. Moorhead 29.78 72 NW Clear. St. Vincent 29.83 63 NW • Clear. NORTHERN ROOKY MOUNTAIN SLOPE. Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather. Fort 8uf0rd.... 29.88 68 NW Fair. UPPER LAKES. Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather. Haron 29.90 72 N Clear. Chicago 30.05 63 E Clear. Duhith 29.75 75 8W Clear. MISSOURI VALLEY". Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather. L?«venworth....3o.U6 72 S Clear.' Omaha 29.98 76 S Clear. MIDDLE EASTERN ROCKY MOUNTAIN SLOPE. Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather. Denver 29.92 74 NE Fair. Dodge City 30.02 74 8W Clear. DAILY LO3AL MEAN?. Bar. Ther. Dew Point. Win.L Weather. 29.920 70.7 61.2 SW Clear. Amount of rainfall, maximum thermom eter, 84.5; minimum thermometer, 57.0; daily range, 27.5. Hiver, observed height, 4 feet 9 inches; rise in twenty- four hours, 0 inch. P. F. Lyons, Sergeant Signal Corps, U. 8. A. to-day's weather. Washington, July 10, 1 a. m.- Indica tions for the upper Mississippi and Mis souri valleys, warmer, generally fair weather, southerly to westerly winds, and lower barometer in the southern portions. CITY GLO BULKS. A woman named Maggie Clark was run in for vagrancy yesterday. Captain Bresette went to Stillwater yesterday win Erin, the convicted ticket scalper. The state board of charities hold a meet ing this morning in the capitol building at 10 o'clock. Three back pensions were received at the adjutant general's office yesterday ag gregating $2,000. Robert Silverman, for disorderly con duct, was raked in by Officer Lowell yes terday afternooD. T. E. Allyn, a farmer living in Cottage Grove, was arrested by Officer Swanson and taken to the lockup for drunkenness. City Treasurer Reis paid out yesterday f 40,000 to contractors of the St. Paul bridge and the Water Wo? ks company. The thribble cros3 between a pagoda, obelisk and a minaret which now tops off the state house is getting on its state over coat. Officer Matauk run in late last evening Wm. Arend, for drunkenness, and Officer Budy, M. Calligan and P, Rutherford for the same. The supreme court in full bench opened the matter of assignment of the surviving partners of the Page-Sexmith Lumber company yesterday afternoon. County Treasurer Burton yesterday paid over to State Treasurer Kittson $4,387.48 for the support of the Ramsey county in mates in the reform school for 1882. Those pictures of the inner courts and departments of the state house, taken by Minneapolis artists, are out. Those we have seen are prolific in dark back -grounds and light fronts. D. D. Merrill commenced suit yesterday in the district court, against Mary E. Har-, brouch and others, to quiet title to lots 6, 7, 8. 9 and 10, block 159, in Robertson's addi tion to West St. Paul. The district court, Judge Brill presiding met at 10 a. m. yesterday, and called the matter of the estate of Russell Post, but there being no response an adjournment ■was taken to this morning at 10 a. m. A man named McKuhn was dis covered last evening by Officer Lynch in the parlor of N. G. Marshall's residence, 441 Robert street, and failing to give good reason for being there, was taken to city hall. A petition is said to be in circulation to procure the release from theStillwater peni tentiary of L. Brin, who got in there for dealing in railroad tickets which, by some strange operation, he obtained from the railroads without rendering proper equiva lent. This morning the Patriarchal circle of St. Paul, assisted by temples from North field, Stillwater and other places, will hold a meeting at Odd Fellows' hall, to organize for the meeting to be held in Chicago on toe 11th. 12th and 13th of July. The Rosabel street M. E. Sunday school give an excursion on the Manitoba road to Minnetonkit to-morrow, and will take a ride on the lake oa the dne steamer Belle of Minnetonka. Round trip fare, $1.50. The train will leave the depot at 9:30 a. m. sharp. The new steamer St. Paul will arrive this morning, and all the members of the chamber of commerce are invited to par ticipate. Tickets for all parties invited at fne packet office on the levee, between 9 and 10 a. m. The state and city officers are also invited. There has not been an application for the obtainment of work through the state immigration department for two weeks, it being unusual for a week to fpass with out application of this kind being made there. The inference is drawn that pretty near all the available labor in St. Paul is employed. The art exhibition at Mannhemier block is worthy of a great deal better patronage than it is receiving. It will be a long time before the people of St. Paul will haye an opportunity to see such a collec tion. The price of admission has been re duced to twenty-five cents, placing it with in the reach of every one. Yesterday James Mealey, of 45 West Exchange, hired a horse and buggy of W . L. Nichols, and being under the influ ence of liqnor,drove the horse so fast as to endanger the life of the animal and ren der him liable to a charge of cruelty to animals. Mr. Nichols had a warrant issued for his arrest, and he will have a hearing this morning in the municipal court. There was a heavy drumming on an in side door at the state house yesterday afternoon, but snch was the deceptivenees of sound and the bounding about in the spacious halls of echo piled on echo that it was some time before p irties in search were able to discover the exact -Ahereabouts of the imprisoned drummer. Fitaliy a wash room was hit upon and a swollen doo: was found to be between the captive and liberty, which being forced, lo and behold, the 6miling janitor was the gentle man found to be in quod. Concerning: Imported Cigars. ••'ornpetent judges upon all sides declare the fcea' Skin Cigar to be equal if not superior to •ost imported cigare. Warranted free from scent or flavor produced by d.-uge. Beaupre, Keoh <Sr Co., Agents. jannßtta JANNOTTA SUMMER CONCERT OOMP'Y Will Give First Concert at WHITE BEAR LAKE, ON" Friday Even'g, July 13, IN DINING-ROOM OF HOTEL Trains Leave St. Paul via St. Paul & Dulnth R. R. at 4:50, 6:15 and 7:15 p. m. Returning, leave the Lake at 9:45 p.m., connecting with street cars for all parts of the city. ROUND TRIP, - - 5O CENTS. PERSONAL. D. D. Williams, Bird Island, at the Wind- j sor. D. F. Morgan, Albert Lea, at the Metro politan. Dr. D. A. Mitchell, Wisconsin, is at the Merchants. Hon. H. R. Wells, Preston, is at the | Metropolitan. A. D. Ellsworth, the big wheat buyer of Wiuona, is at the Merchants. Major Robert S. Gardner, U. S. Indian inspector, is at the Merchants. Hon. J. N. Castle, Stillwater, was among the visitors to St. Paul yesterday. Editor Brown, of the Montevideo Item izer, paid a visit to St. Paul yesterday. Hon. J . W. Arctander, Willmar, is in the city in attendance upon the D. S. circuit court. Messrs . J. N. Edward?, Frank M. Thorn ton and O. C. Jacobson, Benson, arc at the Windsor. Judge Wm. McClure. of Stillwater, was in attendance upon a session of the su preme conrt yesterday. (>. C. Dibble, a prominent citizen of Al bert Lea. calied on State Auditor Braden at the State house yesterday. Prof. E. A. Steere and Alex. L. Snyder Taylor's Falls, and J. H. Hawthorne, St. Croix Falls, are at the Windsor. Judge J. P. Kidder, Vermillion, D. T., is in the city with headquarters at the Mer chants, en route to Millbank to hold a term of court, commencing Thursday next. Judge J. Tracy, president of the Bur lington &. Cedar Rapids railroad, Mrs. Tracy, Miss Tracy, Miss Stone, Mrs. Bal langer and daughter, and Mrs. Peck, Bur lington, la., are at the Metropolitan. Hens. S. D. Peterson, New Ulm; C P. Adams, Hastings, and A. A. Brown, Alex andria, were in the city yesterday, on the return from a trip over the Northern Pacific to the Little Missouri crossing. W. H. Doyle (Billy Doyle), the old time ticket puncher on the Northern Pacific, now running the "boss" livery stable in the northwest at Fargo, D. T.. is visiting St. Paul friends, with headquarters at the Merchants. Hon. Samuel F. Miller, Washington, D. C, associate justice of the United States supreme court, reached St. Paul yesterday noon, and presided at the afternoon ses sion of the United States circuit court. He has apartments at the Metropolitan. C. H. Benton, grand master of Masons of Minnesota, leaves to-day on the noon train for Chicago, whenoe he departs with Apollo Commandery K. T. on a two months' tour of Europe. During his absence H. R. Denny, of this city, will act as grand master, to whom all com munications should be addressed. From this (late our store will close at 7 p. m. Saturday, open til) 10 p. m. Mass & Benedict. Hie Great 'Western Band- Will give a grand concert at Grote ? s Tivoli to night. _ The beautiful residence and grounds of CoL A. R. Kiefer, 406 Bates avenue, will be sold at auction, at 2 o'clock this afternoon, on the premises. Jubilee University Singers, At Jackson street M. E. Church to-night. Attention. Hall of St. Paul Temple, No. 2. All Patriarchs of this Temple are hereby or dered to appear at Odd Fellows' hall, in full uni form, at 8:30 o'clock promptly, this Tuesday morning. C.C. Hare, Com. W. C. Goforth, Sec. Grand Concert. The Gre:it,Westem Band will give a grand con cert to-night at G rote's Tivoli. Kavanagh sells the fine residence and grounds of Col. A. R. Kiefer, 406 Bates avenue, at auc tion at 2 p. m. to-day. From this date our store will close at 7 p. m. Saturday, open till 10 p. m. Manx _ Benedict. KS Jc-A/ BY t RW' fetfl fi&f V^J4 tJH Absolutely Pure. • This powder never varies A marvel of puri ty, strength and wholeeomeness . More economi cal than tke 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 Powdeb Co., 106 Wall street, New York. BASH, ELIKDS, fee. OOELIES, CHAPMAN & DRAKE, (Incorporated), Manufacturers of Doors, sash, Bids, &c, Hard Wood Finish a Specialty, . Offices at corner Eighth ant 1 Jack-son anda Seven Corners and Eagle street. x£H I A JAiIA! ¥&&^i^^,>&^ jggfo KEAL ESTATE. Why lot Buy REAL ESTATE Fit INVESTMENT! PRICES ARE STILL NORMAL AM) Lotslcan be Bought and Built Up on so as to Yield a Hand some Net Return. Two good lots running from Fort ttreet to Duke street, one suitable for business and one for residence purpose. A 40-feet lot on Forbes street just south of Fort street. A lot on Cedar street 43 feet by 100 feet at very cheap figures. A lot on Douglas street, between Fort street and Goodrich avenue. A lot on Pleasant avenue near its junction with Ramsey street. " Two of the most beautiful lots in Woodland Park, on Laurel avenue, near MacKubin street. MONEY TO LEND on first mortgages, in all amounts at current rates. One good Dwelling TO RENT. Cocbran & Newport, 176 E. Third street, DRAKE BLOCK. S. LEE DAVIS, Real Estate and. Mortgage Lean. 868 Jackson Street, St. Paul, Minn. Investments made and taxes paid for non residents. FIR SALE Jackson street property, special bargain, 100x150 feet, at the corner of Jack son and Twelfth streets, for sale by S. Lee Davis, 860 Jackson street . 1 t'O* Real Estate. 354 Jackson Street, St. Paul. Houses, Lots. Blocks. Acres & Business Property TEEPLE & HOSKEN, Real Estate and Loan Brokers No. 63 East Third Street. ST. PAUL, - - - MINN. HEZEKIAH HALL. B. F. HALL. HALL BROTHERS, Real Estate Corner Third and Robert Streets, in the Savings Bank. ST. PAUL. . - - MINN. R. W. JOHNSON, Real Estate Agent, Mannheimer Block, Room 11. ST. PAUL, - - - MINN. A. E. CLARK & CO., Real Estate & Loan Agents, 315 Jackson street.opposite Merchants hotel. FNDEBTAKE-B BTEES BEOS., [Established 1850.] Manufacturers of Furniture. Live Geese Feath ers and Mattresses. DFuneral Directorß.| |3ole Agents for Metallic Burial Caskets and Cases, Cloth and Wood Caskets. Corner Third and Minnesota Sts C. J. M'CARTHY. J. G. DONNELLY M : CABTHY & DQIELLY, UNDERTAKERS. 54WaUasliaw Street, opposite Post oflict Calls answered at all hoars. Embalming a specialty. Best hearse in the city, and fines carriages at lowest rates. Funerals conducted and satisfactLm (roar&nteed FIVE CENTS A LINE SITUATIONS WANTED. Males. ~ ~ WANTED — iv private family to take care of horses and do general work. Address 3. M., Globe office. 191-97 TTTANTED— A situation by an experienced '» man to take care of horses and general work. Address O. K. Globe office. 189-195 Females. ANTED By two experienced German girls, situation as cook and second girl in same family. Apply to Intelligence office, 129 Eighth street. " 188-194 SITUATIONS OFFERED. i — Egg Mali*. TT7 ANTED— Feed boy for cylinder press. ▼ V Must have experience. Situations for tw* carriers. Apply at Globe office. 191 TWO good coatmakers wanted and guarantee steady job. Apply to F. lahey, 77 West Third street. 191.194 TINNERS — watt two first-class tinners. -L Steady work. Prendergast Bros., 62 East Third street. 191-193 npiNNERS and Plumbers wanted at Johnston J. & Mahoney'e, 10 East Sixth street. 191-97 XX7" ANTED — A two-third printer and a good ▼ T job printer, at J. J. Lemon's 318 Minne sota street. 188-194 WANTED — " first-class plumbers, at • V Kenny & Hudner's, 118 and 120, West Third street, St. Pau.. 122* Females. WANTED— housekeeper to take care of an old gentleman without family. Will be a good home for the right parson. Inquire at Globe office. 191-197 /~1 IRL WANTED for general housework. Do VJT not require an experienced cook . Small family. No. 28 Forbes, between Ramsey and Pleasant avenue. 18U-195 £7 ANTED— A dressmaker at 5G5 Broadway. 1 182-195 \j*T ANTED — and second girl, at 553 "* Summit avenue. 187-1 9 1 «TT ANTED— A good girl for general house * 1 work, best wages paid, at 578 Cedar ttreet. 186-192 V£7 ANTED— GirI to do housework in a small ? * family. Call at 835 Pleasant avenue. 185-191 IV ANTED— A girl for houssworfc in small * V family. Apply at store, 37S •■ ave liu-. Ware & Malcolm . ' 170* ToIkEXT rilO — Two-story and basement store on L Sibley street, good elevator, etc. E. S. Norton, 822 Jackson street. IS9-91 FOR RENT— Store, first-class; locality, oppo eite City Market house. Inquire H " Globe office. ' 159* OR RENT— Store, No. 419 Robert street. Inquire at same. 182* Rooms. FOR RENT— One unfurnished front room ■with nice closet, *6. One nicely furnished side room with nice closet, $7.50. One bed room, furnished, $4.50. 321 Chestnut. 191-92 tpOR RENT — large pleasant front room and two bedrooms, furnished or unfurn ished, or partly furnished. Reference re quired. Address H. C, Globe office. 190-* FOR RENT — 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* Bouses fTIO RENT— Two houses corner of Selby and A Western avenue. Three houses on Forbes street. Also, a good house on Marshall avenue. E. S. Norton. 322 Jackson street. 189-91 FOR KENT — A house, five rooms, three fur nished, for housekeeping, on first flo»r; two unfurnished; 285 Josette street. 189-193 FOR RENT — A new house, containing eight rooms, cellar, well and cisferc. Inquire 310 Oak street. 188-193 FOR RENT-Houses from -SO to $12 per month. James Billon, 235 Commercial street. 188* BOARDING HOUSE and Saloon for rent on Armstrong street, near Omaha shops. In quire on th • premise*, or at 7*l Mendota street. ; ■ I^B-192 i^Oll RENT— Judge Hall residence, large house arid beautiful grounds, comer Wa bashaw and Bluff street. Inquire of Haas Bros., Public Market. 187-ISC I^OK KENT— The Weber residence at "White I? Bear Lake, furnished or unfurnished. Ap ply at Ramaley's Pavilion, Cottage Park station, White Bear lak». 182* i|>Oß RENT— A new house of 6 rooms, 273 Hoffman avenue, cor. Third st. 182-84 FOR RENT- A house. Inquire at 49 West Fourth street. 179* nnO RENT— House of six rooms on first of -L July, on Ohio street. Inquire of P. R. Mc- Donnell, grocer, corner George and Ohio streets, Sixth ward. 175* FOR SALE. OR SALE OR TRADE— Two of the finest gentleman's horses and top wagon and har ne6 in the city, for about what horses are worth . J. H. A. 368 Wacoula street. 189-191 FOR SALE.— Brick, at Little Canada Station, ready for delivery Apply to S. Nadeau, Little Canada, or St. Paul. 189-195 F^OR SALE— fixtures. Apply to 77 W. Third street . 187-191 FOR SALE — Fire proof safe, cheap, to make room for vault, good as new . Myers & Finch, jewelers, Bridge Square. ■ 18-2-88 FOR SALE— Best made Refrigerators, $10. Best Ice Chests. $7. Stees Brothers. 105* REAL ESTATE. FOUR lots on Summit avenue, and seven lots J? on Grand, near the Short Line railroad, and not far from the f proposed station. Edward Si monton, 18 West Third street. 191-195 FOR Business lots on Seventh, Fifth, Fourth and Jackson streets. E. S. Norton, 322 Jackson street. 189-91 17* OUR HOUSES corner of Goodrich avenue Jl and Western avenue, for sale. This is a good investment that will pay a good per cent age of income. E. 8. Norton, 322 Jackson street. 189-91 FOR SALE— Monthly payments. Will sell lot and lumber for a house, all on monthly installments to mechanics. None but men of pood habits need apply as we want to make it a desirable and good neighborhood. The lots are near the Manitoba shops. E. S. Norton, 322 Jackson street. 189-91 LOTS near the new foundry, and a short dis tance from the 6treet car barns, and but a short distance from University avenue, can be bought on monthly piyments, if parties will build, E. S. Norton, 32 Jackson st. 189-91 FOR SALE— Lots in Sigel's addition, Day ton's bluff, $ s^monthly payments. I will furnish lumber to build. Also, houses on monthly payments. Great bargain. A. Got zian, 423 East Seventh street. 182* FOR SALE OR RENT— IOS acres, one mile from po6toffice; best stone quarry in "Rice county. I furnish all 6tone or state institu tions, Shattuck schools, St. Mary' Hall and all public buildings, located here; patent lime kil , four dwellings, one st ne, one fraiae barn, one st ne barn connected w th blacksmith shop, etc. Twenty-five acres, containing the quarry and im provements, will be sold or rented separately, if desired, heason for selling — age and poor he lth. Apply t i Philip Cromer, Faribault, Minn . _J 139* LOTS and money to build on monthly pay- I-i ments. Pioneer Building Society, 356 jßckson street. 126* LIST your property for sal* and orders for purchases with (too. H. Hazzard, Heal Estate and Loan Agent, 170 East Third street, St. Paul. 80- . MUXTVAC. -I f\ i \ f\ pieces Sheet Music at 5 cents each JLU V> \J for sale by M. C. Thayer, 418 Waba shaw street, St. Paul and 812 Nicollet avenue Minneapolis . Send postage stamps for cata logue. 150* FIVE CENTS A LINE KAVAJVAGH'S AUCTIOXS. T"hree~vahjable~lots at~auction . I will 6ell at auction on Saturday, July 21st, at 8 o'clock p. m., on the premises. Three valuable lots fronting on Pleasant avenue at the intersection of Western avenue and Lisbon street and described as lots 25, 26 and 27, of Whitacre, Brisbine & Muller's subdivision of Leech's out lots. These lots are well adapted for either business or residence sites . Term.i and further particulars to be given hereafter. 189* P. T. KAVANAGH, Auctioneer. I^LEGANT RESIDENCE AND GROUNDS ]i of Col. A. R. Keifer, at auction.— l will sell at auction on the premises on Tuesday, July 10th, at 2 o'clock, p. m., the fine 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 to make a permanent home of it, and cone but the be6t material used and greatest care exercised in its construction . The house contains thirteen rooms, large ce mented cellar with double apartments and water tight cistern. The grounds are handsomely ter raced, enclosed by a fine iron pipe fence with cut Kasota 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 Tases or urns. Well shaded by oak, maple, mountain ash, apple, cherry 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 sale. P. T. KAVANAGH, 179-81 & uctioneer. RAILROAD Contractor's outfits at auction. 1 will sell at auction at the corner of Thiid and Cedar Streets on Saturday, July 14, at 10 o'clock a. m., a railroad contractor'; sup ply and outfit, consisting of about32so pairs of blankets, a large lot of comforters, ticks, tent^. stoves, cooking utensils.picks, shovels, scrapers, plows, drills, crow bars, and blacksmith outfit, bellows tools, Ac..&c. ive. 189* P. T. Kavaxaob, Auctioneer. WLBAJfCtAX* \j£T ILL loan upon or b->iy Lif 0 Ins. Policies -'_+ KP. Van Nminan V.ft') ,Tin');pf»r. 89 MISCELLANEOUS; T\f ANTED— buy. a cheap farm horse, > V C. E. Hammer; 456 Selby avenue. 189-191 STAMMERING and sp?ech defects cured. R;i- | O tior.'il treatment, results permanent. .Refer ences. First course beg" ns July 2. L.& G.De lon, 52 Fourth, W. street, St. Paul. 174-201 PACKETS. TAKE YOUR MENDS TO MINNEHAHA FALLS, THE STEAMER LOISTGF ELLOW Leaves foot of Jackson street at 8:30 a.m. and 2 p.m., returning at 12:30 and 6:30 p.m. Go and have a day of sight-seeing. Evenings, at 'B:3o, she will leave for a trip down and up the river. These trips are to be the finest evening's enter tainments offered. Clean, cool and refreshing. No dirt, no dust. Some attraction every night. B. on hand. GEO. H. HAZZARD, Manager St. P. N. G. Co. ST. LODIS & ST__JL PACKET CO. Side-Wheel Steamer*, Equipped with Elec tric Light. REFiTTED AID REFCRMED. For Winona, L<i Crosse, Dubuque, Clinton Ro:;k Island, Davenport, Muscatine, Bur lington, Keokuk, Quincy, Hannibal, St. Louis, and all intermediate points. STEAMER S A.IISTT PA.TJL, A. M. HUTCHINSON, Master, S. GKINNELL, Clerk. Leaves St. Paul, On May July lOtl. at 10 A, M. Through tickets by river and rail for sale to all points East and South . A. DELANY, Agent, ■ Levee and Jackson Street. City Ticket office, 334 Jackson street. DIAMOND JO LIE BTE-M For Winona, La Croeae, Dubuque, Rock Island, Burlington, Keukok, Quincy, St. Louis and ail Intermediate Points. The elegant, popular and fast electric H^ht pas senger steamer ___fbbie Conger," JAMES CORBETT, Master. A. HAYLIN, Clerk. Leaves On Tuesday, July iol. at 10 O'clock.. Through tickets to Chicago and all points to East, West and South, by river and rail. The cheapest and best route. The only boats com pletely fitted with wire screens, fly and mosquito proof. A. G. LONG, Agent. Office and dock foot of Sibley st. Minneapolis office — "Kimball'a," 16 Washing o;n avenue. Steamer Pittsburgh follows Thursday, 12th instant. ' 190 _______ COSTUMES THEATRICAL AND MASQUERADE EMPORIUM ! Ho 10 West T_ir_ Street St Pant I respectfully invite the attention of ladiei and gentlemen to ray large, most complete and elegant stock of new Masquerade Costumes, or balls, parties, theatrical performances, old folk*' concerts, tableaus, &c. Masks at wholesale. Country parties, send for list and prices. P. J. GHESEISr. CONFECTIOITEBB. n~*,J~ Send $1. $2, $3, or %i I I) 1 fl IT for a retail box by Eipra, I A I aif of the best Candies in UUIIU ! America, pot up in elegant v uw i boxes, and strictly pore. Suitable for presents. Ei press charges light Refer m to all Chicago. Try I A\\ 111! Address C. F. OTHER, IIS 11 UL I Confectioner, % uuu J Chicago. FRMKLIS MACHINE WORKS, ROBERT SIGEL, Proprietor, Manufacturer of Pulleys and Mill Machinery. Special attention given to Repairing Steam Engines, Pumps, etc. Corner Sixth and Cedar streets, ST. PAUL, MINN. 181 LOOK AT THIS. Lot 3864. 250 AH-Wool Suits, worth $12, at ■ ■ $6.00 Lot 4838. Dark Grey All-Wool, - .... $7.00 * Lot 4310. Light Grey All-Wool, $7.00 Lot 8600. 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 G. 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 BUSINESS COLLEOEB. AND TELEGRAPHIC INSTITUTE, Has lung since established its claims to public faTor and nafc rio\t t Tiered aptir. ite 18tb year ut:«2« tiio most farorablo auspices. Send for catalogue giTingfr.l) particulars. Cor. 8d s.:.d Jackson. W. A. FAIVDIS Principal MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. "WEBER PIANOS. ittawleiii 111 Mss_JlJtet iii is worn I know of none superior to the Weber and none that can com pete with, them for durability. — Carreno. The tone of the Weber Piano is so sweet, rich and sympathetic^ yet so full, that I shall always rank you as the greatest manufac turer of the day.— Emma Thursby. Weber Pianos excel all others in volume of tone and in power of expression. — S. Liebling. » There are no Pianos in the world that sustain the voice like the. Weber. — Emma Abbott. R. O. MUNGKER, Agent, St. Paul. Send for Catalogues. STANDARD SCALES. FAIRBANKS' ! ECLIPSE i STANDARD ! SELF-REGULATING SUALE3I WIND MILLS. FAIRBANKS, MORSE & CO., - 371 & 373 SiMey Street WHOLESALE DRY GOODS. AUERBACH, FINCH & VAN SLICK. Tie Only Letfliii Dry Mi House ii tie HorHiBL Competes with the Markets of New York and Chicago SPRING STYLES OF SHOES. SCHLIEK & CO., - ~ 89 E. THIRD STREET. THE LEADING SHOE HOUSE OP ST. PAUL. The Only Complete Stock of Spring and Summer Styles of Boots t . 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\ OUT HT WS _F £\ fH if* ■ wb-OLesale I. KIIL & It, LQIIB MIES 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 Whiekiee and Guckenheimer Rye. 194 East Third Street, ------ at. Paul, Minn feste T__iLonrisre. II IJ ll vail ft D-UUll, St. Paul. Mil, WHOLESALE DEALERS. NOYES BROS. & CUTLER, IMPORTERS & WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS, 68 and 70 Bibley Street, Corner Fifth, - St. Paul, Minn CARRIAGES WAGONS ETC, ONE HTJIsrr>RED CARRIAGES IT 1DOT1II ! I will sell at Auction, at the St. Paul Horse Exchange, corner Fourth and Minnesota streets, ON TUESDAY, JULY 17th, Beginning at 10 o'clock a. m. and continuing until all is sold, 100 Carriages and Buggies, to-wit: Extension Top Phaetons, Curtain Rockaways, Canopy Top Beach Wagons, Surrey Wagons, Jump Seats, 3-Spring Phaetons, Top and Open Buggies, Concord Road Wagons, Grocery and Delivery Wagons, Platform Spring Wagons, Etc, Etc. Etc., all of best eastern manufacture. Also Single and Double Har ness for light and heavy use; Whips, Lap-Robes, Dusters, Etc., Etc. All goods to be sold by catalogue. Tnese goods will arrive about July 10, after which date they can be examined at place of sale. F\ T. Kavanagh, - - _A_uctioiieex\ JOHN A. BAILEY, DEALER IN WOOD & COAL OFFICE: 360 JMlgftl, CORNER RICE & MIRTH, YARD 699 RICE. Dry Maple 7 00 Green Maple.... 6 70 Oak and Birch ... 550 Ash and Elm 500 Basswood 4 03 Pine Slabs 3 5© 173* NEW GOODS. BOOT AND SHOB JDBALKBH. SUPERIOR Coal and Iron Co., Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Goal, Wool!, GobnuHFiElri T. D. BARTON, AGENT, 854 Jackson Street, • • • St, Paul.