DAILY WEATHER BULLETIN. I
Omoi Chief Signal Offices,
Washington, D. C., July 19, 9:56 p. m.
Observations taken at the same moment of
time at all stations.
UPPER MISSISSIPPI VALLEY.
Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather.
gt.Paal .29.87 71 S Cloudy.
Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather.
Fort Girry...... 29.55 63 W Hvy Kn.
Minn*].>sa 29.58 59 NW Clear.
St. Vincent 29.57 63 NW Cloudy.
NOBTHERi. T.OCKY MOUNTAIN SLOPE.
•;'-.: Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather.
Huron 29 . 62 76 HE Thr Storm
UPPE3 LAKES. •
Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather.
Duluth 20.93 53 NE Cloudy.
DAILY LOCAL MEANS.
Bar. Ther. Dew Point. Wind. Weather.
30.016 69.5 59.2 S Cloudy.
Amount of rainfall, .0: maximum thermom
eter,*79.o: minimum thermometer, 59.5; daily
< range, 19.5.
Bi»ar. observed height, 3 feet 9 inches; fall in
24 hours. 1 inch.
Note — Barometer corrected for temperature
P. F. Lyons,
Barec>snt Signal Corps. U. S. A.
To-night the Great Western band gives
its concert at Grote's.
The United States jury was discharged
yesterday and paid oif.
An $1,800 back pension allowance was
received at the adjutant general's office
Six new book-ca?es are being placed in
the Historical society's rooms in the state
T. Berry got into a row with the pro
prietor of the Wild Hunters' hotel, and on
being examined, wa3 dismissed.
Joseph Horrigan, the lad who was shot
in the hand with a toy pistol on the
Fourth, died yesterday with lockjaw.
General Flower started last evening for
Fargo to inspect the new steamer, Pluck,
owned by Allcott & Co., and which will ply
between Fargo and Pembina.
The licence of H. J. Freelander, a special
policeman, was yesterday revoked by May
or O'Brien. Freelander had some trouble
with Officer Fisher, and sought to dispute
An elegant testimonial to the memory
of the late John Kerker to be presented to
his family by the St. Peul singing socie
ties, has been prepared by Mr. Eugene
Sittig. and will be presented to-day.
The suit against Noonan, of Stillwater,
on account of a disturbance at White Bear,
was dismissed yesterday by Justice Clark,
of White Bear, the complainants having
settled with Noonan for a moderate cash
The troups of laborers being imported
for the Minnesota harvest have commenced
coming into St. Paul by boat and rail,
and parties and baggage are being shifted
to the farmers' wagons and started off into
tha surrounding country.
Articles of incorporation were filed yes
terday by Bi3hop Grace, Vicar General
Augustine Ravoux, Rev. Aatole Oster and
lay members Dominick F. Derwolt and
James Lonnel!, of the Church of St.
Malachy of Clontarf, Swift county.
The ladies of the Baptist church give an
excursion to-day to the dalls of the St.
Croix, via the St. Paul and Duluth road, at
half the regular fare. The proceeds go to
aid the Woodland Pa:k church. A delight
ful time is anticipated.
Chief Clark has directed that the follow
ing new officers appear at police headquar
ters this afternoon at 5 o'clock for drill:
Officers Wright, Schweizer, Sullivan, Lea
vitt, Walsh, Ives, Schorn, McGuire, Sehaff
er, Daly, Gebhardt, O'Brien. Dufour,
Smith, Dillac, Coll.
There is at last a possibility that Waba
sh.aw street, from Fourth to Third, will be
paved. The excavation? now in progress
have only resulted in the unearthing of
ioar skeletons of men who lost their lives
by attempts to cross the abyss of mud that
has prevailed in that section for the past
quarter of a century.
A gentleman stepped into Lvies" barber
shop. :il B Wabashaw street, yesterday af
ternoon to take a bath, aad while engaged
in his abulutoins a watch was stolon from
his vest pocket. The porter of the estab
lishment, named Dan Allen, was suspected
as the thief, and placed under arrest. He
stoutly declares his innocence, and says he
r:ever did anything of the kind.
Joseph Calline, a shoemaker by trade
who lives in a small shanty in the Seventh
straet ravine, dropped dead yesterday
of heart disease, while sitting in a chair.
He was an invalid, about forty years old,
and had been an inmate of the city hospi
tal for the past live or six months, having
left there only about ten days ago. He
was an improvident man without mep.ns,
and will be buried at the expense of the
Josie Pike, the keeper of rooms in a row
of buildings Jon Third street east of the
Metropolitan, was before Judge Burr
yesterday afternoon charged with keeping
a hor.se of ill-fame. She was accompanied
by two girls, who were charged with being
inmates. They gave bail in the sum of
or Josie. and §!'."> each for the girls,
to rs-ppear this morning for examination.
Officer Lowell is credited with " pulling n
Edward Tailor, who lives in .South Min
neapolis, was held up and robbed, Wednes
day night, of a watch and gold chain and
a $1') gold piece. He reported to Chief
Clark, of St. Paul, yeeterday for assist
ance, believing that t*e thief came to this
city. He lives some distance from his
place of business, and hired a hack to
take him home . When near a lumber pile
in a secluded portion of the city the hack
was stopped, and when he alighted he was
met by a third party who attempted to go
through him. He was more than a match
for his assailant, when the driver joined in
the melee and knocked him down.
Gen. Flower received yesterday a group
Of photographs, nicely framed, of all the
steamboat supervising inspectors of the
United States, photographs by Brady. The
group embraces Gen. Jas. A. Dumont,
supervising inspector general; C. C.
Barns, inspector First district; G. D. Star
bush, inspector Second district; John
Menshaw, inspector Third district; Frank
Burnett, inspector Fourth district; M. D.
Flower, inspector Fifth district; S. S.
Garrett, inspector Sixth district; John
Fehrenbatch, inspector Seventh district;
Joseph Cook, inspector Eighth district;
T. N. VanValkentmrg, inspector Ninth
district; Geo. L. Norton, inspector Tenth
3jast evening Miss Geist gave a pupils'
itecital at her conservatory of music oe
apper Third street, which wa3 in all re
spects an exceedingly interesting occa
pica. The selections on the programme
ware fourteen in number, and embraced
many of the best composers, such af
Beethoven, Mendelsohn, Chopin. Haydi
;53.& Mozart. The entertainment openec
<wit_ a quartet by the singing class whicl
was followed by piano solos and duets
dusts for the piano and cello, and trio:
for the piano, violin and cello. It is plaii
' seen that the superior school of Mis
it is being impressed upon her pupil;
3,n& that they are taught from the begin
iUJCTIOJN SALE OF
MEN'S, YOUTHS', BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S
I ■ •
I am positively going out of the Clothing business, and will open a grand auction, commencing
Saturday, July 21,
And continuing from day to day until the entire stock is sold. This stock is composed of the finest
makes in Men's, Youths', Boys' and Children's Suits, Children's Short Pants Suits, Kilt Suits, and
Gents' Furnishing Goods. ' All to be closed out without reserve. Bargains every day, at private
sale. Hours of Sale 10 A. M., 2:30 P. M. and 7:30 P. M.
EAGAN, the Clothier, 67 E. 3rd st. 9 St.Paul.
7 JOHN EAGAN, Auctioneer.
ning straight along in a systematic and
methodical way, which cannot fail to pro
duce scientific performers. It was a very
pleasant entertainment and was attended
almost entirely by the parents of the pu-
Hon. M. H. Dannell, of Owatonna, was
in the city yesterday.
Hon. R. A. Preston, of Preston, called on
State Auditor Braden yesterday .
Maj. H. B. Strait, M. C, from any dis
trict in Minnesota, from which he wants
to be elected, was in the city yesterday.
Hon. Knute Kelson, of Alexandria, and
Hon. J, B. WakeSeld, of Blue Earth City,
members of congress from the Fifth and
Second congressional districts, paid a visit
to the state capitol yesterday.
Hon. R. A . Jones, of Rochester, arrived
in the city Monday morning and will re
main over Sunday . As he is a Democrat
of the strictest sect, an enthusiastic Meth
odist and a patron of all that is good in
life he has been invited to address the
Mahtomedi camp meeting on Sunday
afternoon. He has signified his accept
ance, and from his well-known reputation
as an orator he will no doubt attract a
Boarding House Itobbed.
A boarding house, No. 218 Exchange
street, was burglarized Wednesday night
by a couple of tramps, who entered the
dwelling through an open front door.
Money and clothes were stolen from three
boarders. Mike Holburg lost a hat, a
pair of shoes, and $2C> in money ; J . Halts
$1 . 75; and John Donavan, coat, pants and
vest, and $4 . 50 in cash . The case was
reported at police headquarters at 10
o'clock Thursday morning, and Detectives
Keneally and Ahem detailed to ferret out
the thieves. At 5 o'clock they had suc
ceeded in bagging two men, and placing
them in the lockup. One of them gave
the name of M . Kiernan.. and the other
gave his name as M . Blame. He was sent
to the workheuse last week under the name
of J . Burke, and had just served out a
term. The hat and shoes were found in a
second-hand store on Seventh street. A
portion of the money was also recovered .
The prisoners will bave a hearing this
morning. Much credit is due Detectives
Kenneally and Ahem for the rapid and
skillful manner in which the case was
brought to a successful issue.
Kucampinent First Kfgimcnt, White Bear
Lake; July 19 to 2<>.
Trains leave Union depot, Duluth line, 8:20,
10:00 a. m,. 1:03, 4:50, 6:15, 7:15 and 9:00 p. m.
Returning— arrive St . Paul 7 :i5, 9 :00, 11 :10 a.m.,
1:00, 4:00, 4:30, 5:30,10:15 p.m. Fare— St. Paul
to White B(>iir lake and return, 50 cents.
The Great. Western land will give a grand con
cert t')-'aight at (irote's Tivoii.
Jannotta concert to-night. Trains leave Union
depot 4:50, G:ls. 7:15 p.m., for White i-t.'.-ir, le
tnraing — arrive 10:13 p.m. in time for 6treet
Th ■ members of the St. Paul Fire Department
association, are requested to meet at their hall,
Engir.e house No. 1, this day. July 20, at 1:30
p. a:., to attend the funoral of our late brother
lirenian, Charles Kichler.
By order of the President.
Louis A.. Hektl. Secretary.
Tlie Great Western Band
Will :^ive a grand concert at Grote's Tivoii to
Ti'.ird concert of Jannotta Summer Concert
company at Hotel Leip, White Bear lake, to
Concerning Imported Cigars.
Competent judges upon all 6ides 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. Beaupre, Keoh & Co . , igenta.
Take 1.08 p.m. or4:jop.m. White Bear train,
visit encampment iv afternoon, attend Jaonotta
concert, Hotel Lsip, 8:30 p. m. Arriving St.
Pa ii. 10:15 p.m.
This powder never varies. A marvel of pari
ty, strength and wholesomenees . More economi
cal than tlie ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold
in competition with the multitudes of low test,
short weight, alum or phospliate powders. Sold
only in cam. Royal, Baking Powdee Co., 106
Wall street, New York.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
The firm of Pieper & Brill, General Commis
sion Merchants and dealers in Produce, Fruits,
Butter, Cheese, Eggs, &c., is this day dissolved
by mutual consent . The affairs of the late firm
will be settled by W. S. Brill, who continues the
business at the old stand, 414 Jackson street.
St. Paul, July 14, 1883.
H. F. PIEPER,
201-2 W. S. BRILL.
THE ST. PAUL DAILY GLOBE, FKIDAY MOK
Estate ef 108 acres for sale on the Upper Lake,
near steamboat landing, with one-and-a-half
miles of lake shore, a handsome Gothic cottage
of 11 rooms, stable, carriage house, ice house,
boat house, everything in handsome condition.
This* is a rare chance to secure one of the love
liest sites on a gem of a lake .
Also, a farm of 360 acres at Merriam Junction,
30 miles f r»m St. Paul and 25 from Minneapolis,
on the Omaha, and Minneapolis & St. Louis
Railroads. There are 240 acres of excellent pas
ture land, with the Minnesota river bounding it on
one side, and a live brook running through it, 50
acres of meadow, 20 acres of Woodland, and 5U
acres under cultivation, all under fence. The
improvements consist of a two-story frame
dwelling, two barns, an ice-house, and a cream
ery. This place is admirably adapted to dairy
ing, and is already stocked with cows which will
be sold, if' desired, with the farm. Fourteen
trains from St . Paul and Minneapolis stop there
Also, a magnificent Stock Farm in Becker
county, Minnesota, on the line of the Northern
Pacific railroad, full particulars at a later date,
and on application.
A handsome lot on Laurel street, between
Mackubin and Arundel, at very reasonable price.
Eligible lots on Marshall avenue, corner of
Business and residence property in all parts of
A furnished house to rent on Summit avenne,
to family without children.
A furnished house to" rent on Irvine Park.
MONEY TO LOAN on improved city prop
Cocliran & Newport,
176 E. Third street.
HEAL ESTATE, and
80. 18 West Third street. (Bridge Square.)
Houses and vacant lots for bale. Money to loan.
Titles examined. 199
S. LEE DAVIS,
Real Estate act Mortgage Loans.
860 Jackson Street, St. Paul, Minn.
Investments made and taxes paid for non
li^Oß — Jackson street property, special
; bargain, 100x150 feet, at the corner of Jack
son and Twelfth streets, for sale by S. Lee Davis,
360 Jack-so a street. " Uo*
354 Jackson Street, St. Paul.
Houses, Lots. Blocks. Acres _ Business Property
TEBPLE & HOSKEN,
Real Estate and Loan Brokers
No. 63 East Third Street.
ST. PAUL, - - - MINN.
HEZEKIAH HALL. B. F. HALL.
Corner Third and Robert Streets, in the Savings
I ST. PAUL. . - - MINN.
R. W. JOHNSON,
Seal Estate Agent,
Mannheimer Block, Boom 11.
ST. PAUL, - - - MINN.
A. E. CLARK & CO.,
Real Mate & Loan Agents,
315 Jackson street,oppoaite Merchants hotel.
SASH, BLINDB, *c. / '
I ~~" F X?? x o HI I
(Incorporated), Manufacturers of
Doors, M, Blinds, &c,
Hard Wood Finish a Specialty,
Offices at corner Eighth and Jackson Bnda
Seven Corners a_d Eagle street,
FIVE CENTS A LINE
WANTED — Situation as porter or general
handy man in private boarding house, or
to wait upon a doctor or to drive delivery wagon
or truck for a store. Apply or address at 392
Washington street, corner of Sixth. Good ref
WANTED — situation in private family to
take care of horses. Address Coachman,
Globe office. 199-205
WANTED — By a young man, a position to
VV drive delivery wagon for a store, can
give reference. Address O. X.. Globe office.
TXT ANTED— By a middle aged lady, a situa-
V » tion as housekeeper in family where
servants are kept. Best of i erence given. Ad
dress or call at 273 Grcve street. '201-7
XT? ANTED— A cook at the Arcade hotel, 353
Yl Robert street. ■ 195-201
WANTED — Five good cigar makers at once.
Apply to Noll & Hosier, Stillwater, Mine.
. 201-4 ■
WANTED— Two Tinners. 506 St. Peter
WANTED— A German boy 14 or 15 years of
age, for work in a restaurant. Conrad
Schmidt, 49 West Third street. 197
WANTED— A situation to take care of
horses and do general work. Address X.
V., Globe office. 196-202
TT7ANTED— first-class plumbers, at
¥ T Kenny & Hudner's, 118 and 120, West
Third street, St. Pau.- 122*
WANTED— Fifty girls to work for small
families and for the lakes . German In
telligence office, 129 Eighth street. £01
WANTED— Waiter girl at Grand Central
WANTED— Several girls at J. L. Hertz's
cigar box factory, No 131 E. Seventh
street. Good situation. Apply at once.
/"I IltL for general housework. Small family,
VX good wages. 488 Iglehart. 109-201'
WANTED — A girl to do general housework
in a small family. Apply 835 Pleasant
avenue. 1 V>:>-'2<>s
TT7 ANTED— Good girl for general housework^
YV family of two. Apply 349 Franklin
WANTED — Girls to sew on steam power
sewing machines. First-class operators
on shirts can find steady work and good pay by
applying in manufacturing department L'ndeka-',
Warner & Schurmeier, cor. Fourth and Sibley
streets. 196-202 '
WANTED — Immediately, a girl for house-
V T work in small family. German or Scan
dinavian preferred. 255 Farrington avenue, St.
Anthony Hill. 196-202
GIRLS for Minneapolis, Fort Snelling7"St.
\JT Anthony hill, lower town and city, good
places and first-class wages. St. Paul Employ
ment office, 817 Wabashaw. '195-201
WANTED — A first-class dressmaker imme
diately. Apply at Room 8, Habighorst
block, Seventh and Wacouta streets . 195-201
WANTED— A first-class woman cook, 50
miles from city. Pleasant town . Good
wages. Inquire Globe office. 192-201
TO RENT— Store, N0. 45 (old number) Jack-
JL son street, between Third and Fourth, now
occupied by the Northern Pacific railroad offices;
also, first and second floor over said store, con
sisting of two large, pleasant and airy rooms on
each floor; one of the best locations in St. Paul
for doctors. Apply at 41 Jackson street . E.
Ly tie. 193-202
FOR RENT— Store, No. 419 Robert street.
Inquire at same. 182*
FOR — Elegantly furnished rooms in
Steele block, corner Wabashaw and Seventh
FOR RENT — Four rooms, kitchen, closet and
pantry, over store S7B Dayton avenue In
quire at store. 195*
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<o streets. 175*
~VJ"EW -*15 boom, 5 rooms on Kent street, four
_.ii blocks from street cars. J. W. McCluug,
Bridge square. 201
FOR RENT— New 10 room house. No. 466
Iglehart street. Price $42 per month . H.
8. Ogden, 50 East Third street. 201*
HOUSE for rent in the rear of 234 Bicßoal
street, suitable for one or two fantUie?.
Inquire on premises. 201-2
FOR RENT— The Judg" Hall residence, large
house and beautiful grounds, corner \Va
bashaw and Bluff street. Inquire of Haas Bros.,
Public Market. 201*
FOR RENT — A new house containing eight
rooms, cellar, well and cistern. Inquire
310 Oak street. 196-201
FOR BENT— Houses from ->6 to £12 per
month. James Dillon, 235 Commercial
OR RENT— The Weber residence at White
Bear Lake, furnished or unfurnished. Ap
ply ;it Ramaley's Pavilion, Cottage Park station,
White Bear la'ka. 182*
FOR RENT— A house. Inquire at 49 West
Fourth street. 179*
TO RENT — House of six rooms on first of
July, on Ohio street. Inquire of P. R. Mc-
Donnell, grocer, corner George and Ohio
streets, Sixth ward. ll : o
FOR SALE— On the corner Fifth iu;rl Rne
street?. 100 feet on Pine arid ~>o fo-t on
Fifth street. Apply No. 334 E. Fifth street
FOR SALE — Best made Refrigerators, SlO.
Best Ice Chests. ?7. Stees Brothers. 105*
WANTED TO PURCHASE for cash, from
1,000 to 5,000 acres of first-class wheat
land, improved or unimproved, in the Red River
country, or near Northern Pacific railroad or
elsewhere. Answer giving full description,
depth and kind of soil. If improved, number of
acree broken and when, also yield per acre, tis
tance from railroad, and station, character of
buildings, stock, and farming utensils. Address
B. S. C, box 122 Station A, New York City, N.
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*
FOB SALE OB RENT— IOS acres, one mile
from postofEce; best stone quarry in Rice
county. I furnish all stone for state instila
tions, Shattuck schools, St. Mary* Hall and all
public buildings, located hero; patent lime kiln,
four dwellings, one st ne, one frame barn, one
st ne barn connected w th blacksmith shop, etc.
Twent* -five acres, containing the quarry and im
provements, will be sold or rented separately, if
desired. Reason for selling — old age and poor
hedth. Apply t> Philip Cromer, Faribault,
LOTS and money to build on monthly pay
ments. Pioneer Building Society, 356
jßckson street. 126*
LIST your property for Bale and orders for
purchases with Geo. H. Hazzard, Real
Estate and Loan Agent, 170 East Third street,
St. Paul. 80-
WANTED— Proposals till noon, July 25, for
grading the two lots, corner Sixth and
Waeouta and for lowering the buildings on lot 5.
D S B Johnston, 237 Dayton avenue, St. Paul.
C THOMAS has removed his picture store
• to 43 West Third street . Pictures and
frames at reduced prices. 196-202
KING, JULY 20, 1882.
FIVE CENTS A LINE
WO COMFORTABLE HOMES AT AUC
tion. — I will sell at auction, on the premises,
on Wednesday, July 25, at 5 p. m. on Pennsyl
vania avenue, between Mount Vernon and Isabel
streets, lot 4, block 8 of Ashton & Sherburne's
addition to St . Paul, 75x150 feet together with
two neat cottages, suitable for homes for small
families. This property lie* on the bluff at the
lead of Broadway, and commands a fine view of
a large portion of the city. It is also within two
blocks of the St. Paul, Minneapolis and Mani
toba shops, which give constant employment to
a large number of mechanic:. Terms will be
made known hereafter.
P. T. KAVANAGH,
rpjIREE valuable lot* at auction. I will sell
JL at auction, on Saturday, July 21st, at 2 p.
m., on the premises, three valuable lots fronting
on Pleasant avenue at the intersection of West
ern avenue and Lisbon street, and near the junc
tion of Ramsey street and Pleasant avenue, and
are described as lots 25, 28 and 27 of Whitacre,
Brisbine & Mullen's subdivision of lots 1 and 2,
Leech's outlots. This property lies high, com
mands a fine view of the city, and will make a
most desirable and sightly home for the pur
chaser. Terms, one-third cash, balance in one
and two years at 8 per cent interest .
P. T. KAVANAGH,
BUILDINGS at Auction— l will sell at auction
on Monday, July 23rd, at 10 a. m., on the
premises, the buildings occupied as a brass
foundry on the corner of Sixth and Robert
streets. P. T. KAVANAGH,
WILL loan upon or bny Life Ins. Policies
L. P. Van Noiman 860 Jackson. 89
1 f\ f\ f\ pieces Sheet Music at 5 cents each
lUI>U for sale by M. C. Thayer, 418 Waba
shaw street, St. Paul and 312 Nicollet avenue
Minneapolis. Sand postage stamps for cata
STAMMERING and speech defects cured. Ra
tional treatment, results permanent. Refer
ences. First course begins July 2. L.& G.De
lon, 52 Fourth, W. street, St. Paul. 174-201
Oi FXCS OF THE BOAItD OF EDUCATION, )
St. Paul, July iO, 1883. >
Proposals will be received at this office, until
TUESDAY, JULY 31, 1883,
At 12 o'clock, M.,
From such Banks and Bankers of this city, as
desire to b3come the
DEPOSITORY OF THE FUNDS
Board of Education oftlie City ofSt. Paul.
Proposals must state what rate of interest will
be allowed on daily balances to the credit of the
Board of Education, the nature of security
given, and at what rate of interest, and to what
amount said bank will furnish or advance money
to the Board of Education if buch should be re
By order ©f Committee on Finance,
DIAMOND JO LINE STEAMERS.
For Winona, La Crone, Dubuque, Rock Island,
Burlington, Keokuk, Qoincy, St. Louis
and all Intermediate Points.
The elegant, popular anl fast electric lLjht pas
John Killeen, Master, Larry Cubbjrly, Clerk.
Way, July 22. at 12 o'clock Noon,
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 Bibley st.
Minneapolis office — "Kimball's," 16 Washing
Str. Sidney follows Tuesday, 24th inst.
ST. LOOTS & STTjPAOLiPACKEY¥
Side-Wheel Steamers, Equipped with Elec
REFITTED 111 lEFPBSBMEP.
For Winona, Li Crosse, Dubuque, Clinton
Rock Island, Davenport, Muscatine, Bur
lington, Keokuk, Quincy, Hannibal, St.
LouiPj and all intermediate points.
John Iliinilton, Master.
W. K. McCullough, Clerk.
Leaves St. Paul,
On Wednesday, July 18tn ; at 10 A. M.
Through tickets by river and rail for 6ale to
all points East and South .
A. DELANY, Agent,
Levee and Jackson Street.
City Ticket office, 334 Jackson street.
TAKE YOUR FRIENDS TO MINNEKAHA FALLS.
THE STEAMER .
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 "8:30,
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. So-ne attraction every night.
B. on hand. GEO. H. HAZZARD, Manager Bt.
P. N. G. Co.
China and Japan Tea Store.
TAM G. FUNG,
19 E. Seventh st.. bet. Wabas 1 aw & Cedar.
I respectfully notify the citizens ef St. Paul
that I have opened a new Tea Store, which will
be stocked with the purest aad freshest brands
of China and Japan Teas, received direct from
my brother's establishment in China. I will
have also a full line of Chinese Curiosities for
sale. Prices the lowest for pure teas. TAM.
G FUNG, No. 19 Ea*t Seventh street.
THE CANTON TEA CO.
LOOK AT THIS.
Lot 8864. 250 All-Wool Suits, worth $12, at ■ ■ $6.00
Lot 4333. Dark Grey AU-Wool, - .... $7.00
Lot 4310. Light Grey All-Woo!, $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 C. O. D. They are the biggest bargain
ot this or any other season. All lots heretofore advertised are
91 East Third Street. . - St. Paul, Minn
AND TELEGRAPHIC INSTITUTE,
Has long since established its claims to public faror and has now entered upon its 18th year unij
the most favorable auspices. Send for catalogue giving full particulars. C«r. 8d and Jackson.
W. A. FADDIs Principal.
AcliiMiet toy AttJiJest Ie 1 Wol.
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. — Liebling.
There are no Pianos in the world that suscain the voice like the
Weber. — Emma Abbott.
R. O. MUNGER, Agent, St. Paul.
Send for Catalogues.
SCALES! "WIND MILLS.
FAIRBANKS, MORSE & CO., • 371 & 373 Sibley Street
WHOLESALE DRY GOODS.
AUEEBACH, FINCH & VAN SLICK.
Tic Only Leading; Dry (Ms House in the Northwest.
Covnwete* with, the. Markets of Weiu York, and Chicago
BOOT AND SHOS D«AL_Kb.
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,
Shoe 3 and Slippers in the West.
Sole Agency for BURT'S. Gray's, Reynold's, and many other leading makee. One price to all.
NOYES BROS. & CUTLER,
IMPORTERS a> WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
68 and 70 Bihley Street, Corner Fifth, St. Paul, Minn
Manufacturers of Furniture. Live Geese Feath
ers and Mattressea.
Funeral Directors. Sole Agents for Metallic
Burial Caskets and Cases, Cloth and Wood
Corner Third and Minnesota Sts.
. J. M'CABTHY. J. G. DONNELLY
mm & DoiELLi
54WaDasHaw street, Opposite Post office
Calls answered at all hoars. Embalming
a specialty. Best hearse in the city, and tinea
carriages at lowest rates. Funerals conducted
and satisfaction guaranteed
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MASQUERADE EMPORIUM !
No 10 West Taw Street St PauL
I respectfully invite the attention of ladle*
and gentlemen to my large, most complete and
elegant stock of new Masquerade Costumes, for
balls, parties, theatrical performances, old folks'
concerts, tableaus, &c.
Masks at wholesale.
Country parties, send for list and prices.
p. J. G-iESEnsr.
148 Mo! THIRD STREET.
Tim firm of Dreis _ Mi tech having been dissolved
P. J. DREIS
Has established himself in business
CORHERSINTH& ST. PETER STREETS'
Where will be found the finest and best of,
Drugs, Perfumery, Toilet Articles, Patent Medi
cines, etc. Also, all kinds of Garden and Flower ■
PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY
Coal and Iron Co.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Coal, Woofl s Go^e anflPiglron
T. D. BARTON, AGENT,
354 Jackson Street, • • • St, Paul.
FRANKLIN MACHINE WORKS,
ROBERT BIGEL, 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
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