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Office Ceief Signal Officer, SFASSORROB, D. C/Aujr. 15, 9:56 p. m. Oh««rvationß taken at the came moment of ima at all stations. UPPER MISSISSIPPI VALLEY. Bar. Thor. Wind. Weather. Bt.Patil 30.00 67 0 Clear. St. Louis 30.07 69 8E CPingup La Crosse 3002 '* 67 8 Clear. NOETTTWEST. . - Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather. Bismarck 80.W) 73 Sm'k. haze Fort Garry 29.96 53 N Clear. MinDodosa 29.96 56 NW Clear. Moorhead 29.89 63 0 Cl'dy. St. "Vincent 29 96 62 NW Clear. NORTHERN BOCKT MOUNTAIN SLOPE. Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather. Fortßuford S»O.<H fifi NE Clear. Huron 29.96 71 S Clear. Quapella bO.W 68 NW Clear. LAKE BEGION. Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather. •Chicago 30.07 64 N Clear. Dalaa 29.96 69 SW Cl'dy. MISSOUHI VALLEY . Har. Ther. Wind. Weather. •Leayenworth 30.08 75 E Clear. Omaha 30.09 71 0 Clear. MIDDLE EASTERN ROCKY MOUNTAIN SLOPE. Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather. Danver 29.96 75 S Clear. DodgoCity 30.04 75 E Clear. DAILY LOCAL MEANS. * Bar. Thar. Dew Point. Wind. Weather. 33.031 68.9 59.3 SW Fair. Amount of rainfall, . . ; maximum thermom eter, 79; minimum thermometer, 56.5; daily raage, 22.5. Btrer, observed height, 2 feet 7 inches; fall in the last 24 hours, 2 inches. Note — Barometer corrected! for temperature a_d elevation. P. F. Lyons, Sergeant Signal Corps, U. 8. A. TO-DAY'S WEATHE3. Washington, Aog. 16, 1 a. m. — Indica tions for the upper Mississippi valley, fair weather, variable winds, falling, fol lowed by rising barometer and stationary or rising temperature. Eor the Missouri valley, nne weather, variable winds, rising barometer, stationary or a slight fall m temperature. cirv gloiiul.es. Ihe mayor's office has been decorated by a new telephone. The city treasurer di?.burFcd §10,000 yesterday in payment for work on the iron span of the bridge. Mrs. Jane Brown was examined in the probate court yesterday on the charge of insanity and found not insane. Fourteen judgments against the city ■wsre satisfied in the district court yester day, the total amount being $5,000. Under the building ordinance all house movers are required to take out a special license, the permits being issued by the mayer. Ac. attachment waa sworn out yesterday in the case of the St. Paul, Minneapolis & Mannitoba railroad against Micheal To bin, to secure a debt of $1,000. Two fellows were arrested last night for breaking in tb.6 windows of a saloon on Seventh street. One of them gave his name as McDonald, but the other would not tell his name. Four hundred car wheels for the Oregon end of the Northern Pacific road arrived at Dulath yesterday. These railroad suppies have heretofore gone around by water but will hereafter go across by rail. J . R . Wood, of Morrison county, was before United States Commissioner Cor dozo yesterday on the charge of trespass ing ou timber land. He gave §200 bail for his appearance at the next term of court. A decision was rendered by Jadge Brill yesterday in the case of Sherwood Hough against the city of St. Paul. The court confirmed the assessment at issue as to lot No. 9 and annulled the assessment as to lot Mo. 8. The St. Paul Academy of Isalural Sciences, ladies' eommitte iv charge, will bs pleased to see She fr:t>uJ- of ttia ;u-,-.d --•emy abd the public generally ou ihi?,Thure day, afternoon from 3 to 8 o'clock id their rooms, £54 Wabashaw street. Ramaley's pivilion at White Bear lake, was the scene last night of a magnificent display of fireworks, which was enjoyed by an immense number of spectators. The dancing programme was also unusually fine and a high time was had all around. A special meeting of the council has been called by Mayor Mayor O'Brien for 3 o'clock this afternoon, to hear the report of the special committee appointed to arrange a programme for the reception in this city of the Villard party and the Northern Pacific railroad official?. About 10 o'c'ock yesterday] morning Andrew Mohan, employed on the Warm building, Third and Waconta streets, was struck by a falling derrick and qrite seriously injured about the back and head. He was removed to his boarding house, No.4S;>, Wabrshaw street, and attended by Dr. Qainn who pronounced no bones bro lr©n. Chas. Stanley limped into the police court yesterday afternoon and swore out a warrant for the arrest of Mathew Cuff, on the charge of assault with iulent to do great bodily harm. Stanley claims that while engaged in painting a hou?e on Raudo street, Cns knocked a ladder from under him, causing him to fall fifteen or twenty feet. When seen by a Globe reporter he was very badly used up. John A. Doaue, Esq., one of the oldest <-,u?ine~? men of North Adams, Mass., in company with bis nephew, W. 11. Adams, of Minneapolis, were visiting old friends and looking over St. Paul on Tuesday. Mr. Doane and his estimable wife are stopping at Minneapolis for several weeks on their first visit to the great northwest, having been absent from home visiting in Michi gan and lowa during the past month. Mr. Doane is one of those bright, genial and social gentleman, whose presence would remind any New England born westerner of things as they "used to was" where he vra? cradled. -Attention, Mechanics and Workingmen! You are requested to be present at the great clothing auct on, every evening at 7:30. Eagan, the clothier, 67 East Third street. Don't forget the bale of Florentine Art Goods at 24 East Third street, at 10 a. m. and 2 p. m., to-day. iTun at ?»lidway Park Saturday Afternoon, The committee to whom has been dele £r_£ed the duty of preparing a programme for an afternoon of torf sports at Midway Park Saturday next, have four certain •erents provided for, viz: Pacing race •with five starters; gentleman's roadsters, *six starters; trotters, 2:45 class, entries to close Friday night at 10 o'clock and pony race. Other attractions are in contempla ■Cuje, the purpose being to iiare eomething going on continually from 2 until G o'clock p. in. For the events .alre«.dy provided for $225 in prizes are to foe given. It is to be a gala day, that is if •MC citizens, for whose benefit the sports sare gotten up, give it their countenance. G A. E. llUAirail] Uncaiupiueut of the Grand Army of the Republic at Miunetonka— The Posts Present— Speech by CtLE G. Hlckx, in Reply to a P. P. Slander. The annual encampment of the G. A. R. commenced yesterday afc Lake Park, and will continue three days. The Geo. N. Morgan Post, No. 4, of Minneapolis, Acker and Garfield posts, of St. Paul, Mailer post, of Stillwater, post No. 16, of Filniore, G. A. Cady post No. 3, Anoka, Wilkin.= post No. IG, Mankato, and members ot posts at Duluth, Little Falls and Brainerd. came out at or before 11 o'clock) a. m.. and were carried froai Excelsior to Lakt park by steamers. Nearly all the mem bers have their families; with them. About seventy-five tents have been erected in all, accoinmod .ting the whole of the comrades. Adjutant Blower reported that there are forty-one organized posts and seventeen waiting to be mustered in. He reported the finances as in good condition. The encampment is principally for the enjoyment of the members and their families, and no routine military duty will be ordered. Gov. Hubbard was expected out yester day afternoon, tut owing to an imperative engagement elsewhere he could not be present, but is expected this evening. The Delano encampment started for the camp yesterday, but were delayed by an accident, and it is expected they will arrive today. The Anoka band we 3 the dispenser of music at the grounds, having accompanied the Geo. A. Cady post No. 2. An old fashioned army camp tire is to be kindled to-night in memory of by-gone days. Post commanders Capt. £. C. Babb, Geo. N. Morgan, of Minne apolis, Col. Taylor, Acker post, Capt. Tay lor, Stillwater, Commander Cannons, Man kato, S. Birgam, Garfield post, St. Paul, and Commanders Tattle, of Little Falls, and McCune of Waseca. It i 3 estimated that altogether there were 1,000 people present yesterday, 500 of whom were mem bers of the G. A. R. Several speakers addressed the camp yesterday, among whom was Col. Hicks, who in regard to v letter which appeared in the P. P. yester day morning purporting to be from Den ver, but which was unsigned, said: "The letter which appeared in the P.P. thin morniDg reflecting such marked discredit upon our order must have been written by a man who wore neither the federal blue nor the confederate gray, because at the encampment of the G. A. R. at Denver lajt year the order was most warmly and heartily welcomed by a confederate gen eral, and further the editor w ho allowed that letter to appear in his columns partook of the same spirit as the man who wrote tho article, for it belied the troth of the his tory of the G. A. R., and he must have been forgetful of the record which tho order had made in the state and elsewhere. It was by the influence of the members of the G. A. R. that the legislature voted during ten years the sum of $ 120,000 for the support of the disabled soldiers, and built for them a beautiful home at Winona by which 150 children have been mado useful citizens. As to its outliving its usefulness and being in a failing condi tion, the 100,000 recruits of last year, more than any previous year, do not indicate any failing, and its growth is constantly increasing, as is shown by Paul Vander voort's report at Denver. As to its being a political organization, every member of the G. A. R. could attest that no political topic had ever been discussed at the meet ings, nor did they seek to put in or turn any man out of office, and the only politics are the principles for which the war of the rebellion was fought. Judge J. P. Rea also criticised the article of the P. P. quite as severely as did the colonel. Don't forget the sale of Florentine Art Goods I at 24 East Third street, at 10 a. m. and 2 p. m., to-day. PKKSUNAi>. Mrs. P. R. Locklirg, of Hannibal, Ho., is at the Clarendon. Miss L. L. Elliott, of Bunker Hill., 111., is a guest of the Clarendon. Rev. E. T. Perkins, of Louisville, Ky., is quartered at the Clarendon. Mrs. Keating and family, of St. Louis, are among the arrivals at the Clarendon. Rev. T. DeWitt Talmage, D.D., of Brooklyn, is stopping at the Metropolitan. Mr. J. H. Darlington and wife, of West Chester, Pa., are stopping at the Clar endon. .;. Mr. P. W. Schneider, wife and daughter, of St. Louis, are registered at the Clar endon. Mr. Henry W. F. Steinway, of the house of Steinway & Sons." New York, is spend ing a few days in St. Paul, with head quarters at Dyer & Howard's. Going for almost nothing, clothing, hats, gents' furnishing goods and jewelry, at the great auction sale of Eagan, the clothier, 67 East Third street. TWIXJCLJE, TWIXKLE LITTLE STABS. Mayor O'Brien Decorates His Right Bow ers. The mayor's office was the scene yester day of a genuine surprise party, as pleas ant in all particulars as it was unexpected. : The picnic was arranged and carried out by Mayor O'Brien, it being a pat scheme of his own, and the beneficiaries were Chief of Police Clark and Capt. John Bresset. About 2 o'clock these veteran and efficient officers were invited into the mayor's office, and after exchanging courtesies hie honor pre sented each of his faithful lieutenants with a beautiful and costly star of solid gold and of the most exquisite workman ship. The stars are alike in size, and they bear the following inscription: ""'. For Fidelity and Capacity. '. John Clark, . : : Chief of Police City of St. Paul, Minn., : : Appointed Junisth, : !. By C. D. O'Brien, : I Mayor. ■'. The star of Capt. Bresset is exactly ' sim ilar with the exception of course of the name. It is needless to 'say " that both officers were delighted at the handsome souvenirs, which will be treasured a3 last ing tokens of the genero3iiy of the donor. Fine underwear, neckwear, hosiery, and every thing that can be found only in fin t-class furn ishing goods houses at- auction, 67 East Third street. - ■ New Evening Paper, ' The chances seem to be strongly in favor of the establishment in St. Paul of another evening paper. It was announced a day or two since by telegraph, that Mr. Smith, the Associated Press agent in St. Paul, was in Chicago purchasing the requisite material with which to start a paper here. On bein^ asked about the matter yesterday Mr. Smith admitted that he had such a project seriously under con sideration, and that it would soon be car ried out. He thinks St. Paul presents a good field for an evening paper, and has no doubt that with the telegraphic facili ties he has confidence to think he oan com mand, he will be abundantly eacoessfal. j-i_ ..^ • «h inclined to talk about it, though, and got away from the questioner as soon as possible. Boys, Hoys. Boys! Get your boys' clothing at the auction sale, 67 East Third street. Obituary. Chicago, Aug. 15. August M. Herring ton, United States attorney for the North ern district of Illinois, under the adminis tration of President Buchanan, latterly one of the solicitors for the Chicago & Northwestern railway, died at Geneva, 111. yesterday. Concerning Imported Cigars. Competent judges upon all sides declare the Seal Skin Cigar to be equal if not superior to the best imported cigars. Warranted free from scent or flavor produced by drugs. Beaupre, Keoh * Co., igents. ItEGISTEH OF HEEI.B. To the Voters of Ramsey County. I announce myself as a 'candidate at our en suing election for the office of Register of Deeds for this county. John J. Williams. St. Paul, August 14, 1883. Removal. J. P. Gribben has removed hie lumber office from corner Ninth and Jackson streets to 194 East Seventh street, two doors west of the Peo ple's bank. Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. A marvel of puri ty, strength and wholesomeness . More economi cal than the 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 Basing Powdeb Co., 106 Wall street, New York. BASH. blinds, »«■ •;■■■£•..■*»:•;' (Incorporated), Manufacturers of ■'■'■'■•■ Doors, Sag!, Bills, M, Hard Wood Finish a, Specialty, Offices at corner Eighth an d Jackson anda Q-3ven Comoro ar.d Eagle street. ' PACKETS. i DIAMOUD JO LIE STEAMERS. For Winona, La Crosßei DubnqW, Ro-.k Island, Burlington, Keofcnk, Quiticy, St. Louis arid all latannediaie Pointd. Iho elegant, popnlnr and fast electric li^ht pas senger steamer "Libbie Conger," JAMES COEBETT, Hasten A. HAVLIN, Clerk. Leaves Friday, Apst nib, at 12 o'clock, H. 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 — "Kimball's," 16 Washing ton avenue. Str. Pittsburgh follows Sunday, 19th inst. ST. LOUIS & SL_PAOL PACKET CO. Side-Wheel Steamers, Equipped with Elec tric Light. REFITTED AbIhjMISIIED. For Winona, La Crosse, Dubuque, Clinton Bock Island, Davenport, Muscatine, Bur lington, Keokuk, Quincy, Hannibal, St. Louis, and all intermediate points. STR. WAR EAGLE, D. R. ABBUEY, Master, Leaves St. Paul every IJonday at 10 o'clock a. m. STR. SAINT PAUL, I. L. DAVIDSON, Master, Leaves St. Paul every Wednesday, 10 o'clock a.m STR. MINNEAPOLIS, WM. THOMPSON, Master, Leaves St. Paul every Saturday at 10 o'clock 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. 534 Jackson street. MINNEHAHA FALLS. The afternoon trip having proven to be the acceptable trip, Monday the Steamer LONGFELLOW will discontinue the morning run and lea re at 2p. m. Returning, lea^e the Falls at 4:45 p.m., arriving at St . Paul at 6 :30 p. m. Evening ex cursions every night, weather permitting. For apecial excursions or private parties, call on or address bEO. H. HAZZARD, 170 East Third Street. Boat lands at Fort Snelling going up and com down. DISSOLUTION, Notice is hereby -given, that the co-partnership existing between Frank E. and Lew W. Irvine, under the firm name of Irvine Brop., was dis solved by mutual consent, on theSd day of July. Frank E. Irvine will continue the business un der the old firm name, and will assume all in debtedness and collect all outstanding accounts. FRANK E. IRVINE, 227-29 LEW. ... IRYINE. SEAL ESTATE. FOR SALE. 105 Acres in Northwestern part of the city, known as Hyde Park additkn. Street cars within three quarters of a mile of th* tr«ot and likely soor. to be extended throngh it. Worthy the consideration of capitalists. Have recently sold two blocks, will sell as a whole or in small parcels. A block in Summit Park addition . The Lockwood addition, consisting of four blocks north of the Nel-on Lumber Company, between Arcade nnd Forest streets. The latter will soon be graded to Seventh street. Will 6ell single block. An eligible corner on Marshall avenue. A beautiful lot on Dayton avenue fronting south and near 6treet cars . Lots in Asylum addition, Fort street. A fo.e lot on Burr street. The most elegant residence in the city, on the best street. Fifty feet on Sixth street. One hundred feet on Third street. One of tho best corners on Fourth street. Fifty feet on Robert, near Sixth street. Improve l business property on Third street, and on Seventh street. Other properties too numerous to mention in six inches of space. FOR RENT— Store No. 566 Broadway, ilonoy to Loan on improved city property. COCHRAN & NEWPORT, 176 Easl Third street. S. LEE DAVIS, Reel Estate act Mm Loans. 360 Jackson Street, St. Paul, Minn. Investments made and taxes raid for non- resident*. FOR SALE — Jackson street property, special bargain, 100x150 feet, at the corner of Jack son and Twelfth streets, for sale by S. Lee Davis, 60 Jacksoa street . U'o* UfliJI&Bl Real Estate. 354 Jackson Street, St. Paul. Houses, Lots. Blocks. Acres & Business Property EDWARD SIMM, LAW. REAL ESTATE, and LOAN OFFICE So. 18 West Third street, (Bridge Square.) IJonses and vacant lots for sale. Money to loan. Titles examined. " 199 HEZEKIAH HALL. B. F. HALL. HALL BROTHERS, Heal Estate Corner Third and Eober Streets, in the Saving Ba;.k. ST. PAUL. - - MINN. R. W. JOHNSON, , Beal Estate igent, 5-« CCll Bt O \Ax laj a&LXj 1 i I'} Mannheimer Block, Room 11. ST. PAUL, 1 1- - - - • MINN. TEEPLE & EOSKEN, Real Estate and Loan Brokers No. 63 East Third Street. ST, PAUL, - - - MINN. FRMLIJACBIE WORKS ROBERT SIGEL, Proprietor, Slanufacturer of Pulleys and Mill Machinery. Special attention given to Repairing Steam Engines, Pumps, etc. Corner S xlh and Cedar streets, ST. PAUL, MINN. 8113 School of the Good Shepherd, Corner of Twelfth and Cedar streets. to William C. Pope. M. A., Principal HX EXPERIENCED TEACHERS. Send for circular. 219-3taw-4w MUSICAL INSTRUCTION. DUKE F. SMITH INSTRUCTOR OF PIANO-FORTE. Pupil of the eminent pianist and teacher, S. B. Mills, of New York, and for several 3'ears a teacher in well known educational institutions, and of private classes, most respectfully tenure his services to those desiring a thoroughly com petent, experienced and conscientious teacher. TERMS : Twenty lessons (one hour) ?40 00 Twenty lessons, (half hour) 25 00 Orders may be left at my studio, over R. C. Munger's music st.»re, 107 E. Third street. 206 NOTICE TO CONTMCTOHS ! Proposals for Patrol Stable. City Clebr's Office, ) Saint Paul, August 10, 1883. ) Sealed proposals marked "Proposals for Sta ble," will be received at this oflßce, until Tuesday, the 21st day of August, A. D. 1883, at 3 o'clock p. m . , for furnishing the necessary materials for and the construction of a stable for the police patrol service, in the rear of the city hall build ing, in accordance with plans and specifications therefor on file in this office. A bond in 20 per cent, of the aggregate amount of the proposal must accompany each proposal. The Common Council reserves the right to re ject any and nil bids. By order of Common Council. THOS. A. PKENDERGAST, 223-233 City Clerk. FIYE>]ENTSALINE SITfTATIOXS WASTED. ____^^ Males. "^TT ANTED— Situation in some store or office »* by a young man who is a good penman. Good referenc 8. Address Joseph Hahan, 563 St. Peter street. 222-28 SITCITIOXS OFFERED. Males. \\/ ANTED— A brass finisher at St. Paul ¥ » Bras* Works, on Cedar street, between Sixth and Seventh, room 5. stoce buildine 228-234 WANTED— Tinner, No. 868 Dayton avenue. ▼T 227-231 "OT ANTED— A young man for dining room „.,*_ work st Pa.l Exchange restaurant, aoo Jackson street. 226-32 A YOUNG man to take care of horses and do xX chores around the house. Apply at No 14 West Fourth street. " *;20* V*7 ANTED— Two first-class plumbers, at ♦» Kenny & Hudner's, 118 and 120, West Third street, St. Pau... 122* Females. TC7 ANTED— Experienced sales ladies; none * ¥ ■■ other need apply. References required; 99 Cent Store. 227-280 \AI. ANTED — girls for dining room work, '• 355 Jackson street, St. Paul *xchan«e restaurant. . 226 232 ■\VT ANTED— Experienced girls, cook and sec » » or d girl to work in first class fami ies, good wages. German Intelligence office, 129 Eighth street. \ 223-29 to g___rr ~ ) T^OR RKNT- Fine suite ef front offices in the X Presley block. Inquire jf John M. Lynch, Presley Block. 228-282 FOR RENT— Entire upper floor over store, 378 Dayton avenue, reut 815 per month. 195* TO LET— A bas meat, well ventilat d and lighted. Bridge square. Apply to P. De Rochebrune, No. 6 West Third street. 223* FOR RENT— Brick store in West St. Paul, suitable for any kind of business. Can be used for boarding house if desired. Corner Sixth street and Dakota avenue. 212* FOR RENT— A store on corner Rice street and Conio avenue. Also, a house of seven rooms. Inquire of J. Cunsiff, on premises. 20G* OR RENT— Pleasant front rooms, 133 West Fifth street, near Rics Park. 227-28 i T^URNISHED ROOM for rent, at 96 West I Third street. 227-29 A NICELY furnished front room on first floor, £\. with porch and shade trees on Sixth, be tween Minnesota and Robert. Inquire at No. 100 East Sixth street. 2<>9* Bouses FOR RENT — new houses or seven rooms, cellar, cistern, and wo-dshed, on Fourth street, near Maria avenue. Inquire of C . Casey, next door, No. 698 . 222 mO RENT— of six rooms on Ohio JL street. Inquire of P. R. McDonnell, grocer, corner George and Ohio streets, Sixth ward 175* ' I^OR RENT— The Weber residence at White Bear Lake, furnished or unfurnished. Ap ply at Ramaley's Pavilion, Cottage Park station, , White Bear lak->. 182* OR RENT- A house. Inquire at 49 West Fourth street. 179* ! FOH SALE.~~ ! l^^ 1 * SALE Or will trade for team, one good 1-* two horse power portable 6team engine. j Address Bickley, 14 Sosan street, West St. Paul. 228-31 FOR SALE— The undivided one-half of Holler and Saw Mills; also one-half interest in gen eral merchandise store, located at Gravelville, i Minnesota. Apply to or write Charles Gravel, | Gravelville, Morrison county, Minn. 227-233 j I^>OR — Two ssory brick house and cor -1 V ncr lot, on University avenue; a go^d busi- I ness location. Enquire 348 University avenue. ' 254-330 j C^OR SALE-Mx24 stationary engine. \ Has : A been used one year in my planning mill, ; and is as good as new. J. P. Gabber, 194 ■ ast ■ Seventh street. 222-28 I HEAL ESTATE. FOR SALE— I 2 lots. Wesi; St. Paul. P. De Rochebrun?, No. 6 West Third street. 223* I^OR SALE— following desirable lots: 2 lots corner Pleasant avenue and Sixth street; ! 2 lots on Rice street, between Igleliart and Til ] ton streets; 10 1 ts n Irvine's Second addition, [ front on Seventh street, (end of br dge); 12 I lots in Irvine's addition to West St. Paul; also, I a well established paying business. Apply to Georgo W. Turnbull, 843 Exchange street, city: 223* J "CTOE SALE OK RENT— IOS acres, one mile J. from postoffice; best stone quarry in Rice county. I furnish nil stone for state institu tions, Shattuck schools, St. Mary'- Hall and all public buildings, located hero patent lime kiln, four dwell 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, ] eason for selling — old age and poor heilth. Apply t > Philip Cromer, Faribault, Minn. ; 139* LOTS and money to build on monthly pay ments. Pioneer Building Society, 356 Jackson street. 126* LIST your property for said and orders for purchases with Geo. H. Eaziard, Real Estate and Loan Agent, 170 East Third street, St. Paul. ■ so _ LOST A XT) FOUXTt. LOST— Sunday, August 12th, on the Little Canada read, a yellow tan pup, stub tail. Anyone returning the same to 145 East Seventh street, will he liberally awarded. 226-31 FIXAXVf'AI,. 'i% T ILL loan upon or b'Ty L;f In*;. Policies ** T.. P. Vhp Nsiiman M_l J«rlr»m. *\\ • ft PER CENT, money for first-class improved 0 business property. Loans also placed at \J lowest rates on improved residence property. Graves & Vint on, Drake block. 205-34 nrusTCA i -1 f\i'\ f\ P* eCl?B Sheet Music at 5 cents pach X\J *\J for sale by M. C. Thayer, 418 Waba shaw street, St. Paul and- 8 12 Nicollet avenue Minneapolis. Sand postage stamps . for cata logue. 150* £■ MISCELLANEOUS. ~\\ ' ANTED— A broom maker's complete out -T V- fit. Address Globe office, F. A. A.^ — "~ .••.:■•-• :■■:-• ■•■■■ 227-33 , ■. /■'■■■'■._ \ 1 ANTED— To trade a Chamberlain top bug m gy for a good. buggy horse." Buggy can be seen in rear of- postoffice. Inquire at . Ben Votel's. ; ....,., 226-232 STATE OF MINNESOTA— COUNTY OF RAX pev— In Probate Court, special term, July 27, 1883. In the matter of the estate of Anton Wncho, de ceased. s ; 'r.V.Vv ■• On reading and filing the petition of George N. Nolan, of Jackson county, Missouri, representing, among other things, that Anton Wacho, late of said Jackson county, in the month of June, A. D. 1881, at said Jacksr n county, died intestate, and being an inhabitant of said Jackson county at the time of his death, leaving goods, chattels, and estate with in this county, and that the said petitioner is the public administrator of the estate of said deceased in taid Jackson county, and praying that adminis tration of said estate be to him granted; It is ordered, that said petition be heard before the Judge of this Court on Monday, the 27th day of August, A. D. 1683, at ten o'clock a.m,, at the Probate court/in said county. | Ordered further, that notice thereof be given to the heirs of said deceased and to all persons inter ested by publishing a copy of this order for three successive vreeks prior to said day of hearing, in the Daily Globe, a newspaper printed and pub lished at St. Paul, in said county. ■ By the Court, . . •' [L.S.J . WJI. B. McGP.ORTY, Judge of Prooate. Attest: Fsaei: Robest, Jr., Clerk. aasl-wed-iw We are not giving Clothing away, but we are giving away our profits on Summer Goods, so as to close them out before the hot weather is over. We want no old goods on hand when our Fall Stock comes in, and have therefore marked goods at less than cost. We mean what we say, and you will admit it your self, if you call and examine the goods. tMTTIfID RRAV Mil UK Dim, 91 EAST THIBD ST. BUSINESS COLLEGES. AND TELEGRAPHIC INSTITUTE, Has long since established its claims to public favor and has now entered upon its 18th year asAt the most favorable auspices. Send for catalogue giving full particulars. Cor. 3d and Jackson. ;; ' , W. A. FAI>J>IS Principal. ~ inrsrc2£i]fi¥fiVKss¥B. = WEBER PIANOS. ittonNoi v Mils its Best li Hi f mi I know of none superior to the Weber and none that can com pete with them for durability.— Teresa Carreno. The tone of the Weber Piano is so sweet, rich and sympathetic, yet so full, that I shall always rank you as the greatest manufac turer of the day.— Emma Thursby. Weber Pianos excel all others in volume of tone and in power of expression. — Liebling. There are no Pianos in the world that sustain the voice like the Weber.— Emma Abbott. R. 0. MUNGER, Agent, St. Paul. Send for Catalogues. STANDARD SCALES. FAIRBANKS' ECLIPSE STANDARD SELF-REGULATiNG SOALEBI |¥IND MILLS. FAIRBANKS, mm & CO., 371 & 373 Siir iStrj: • WHOLESALE PRY GOODS. ■'•'•-'/ AUERBAOK, PINCH & VA^ 7 mM ■ 'M llj Leading: Dry Goods Huass is \k Saifti ; Co-mtMtt** with thp Mt.*k*t* of ?Tew Yofh n,n/j Chlo.n^n . 800 A«» BHOB D3BAlii£«a SPRING STYLES OF^HOEB. SCBLIEK & CO., ■ - 89 E. THIRD STRECF. THE LEADING SHOE HOUSE OF ST. PAUL. The Only Complete Stock of Spring and Summer Styles of Boota, Shoes and Slippers in the West. Sole Agency for CRT'S, .Gray's, Reynold's, and many other leading makes. One price to all. FINK TAJ^ORIOSrG-r 111 if if fr it 1 11 1 ¥ 30 M >T m streß ' gfjjJvilif w PilllfliJL $. Pail. Mini WHOLESALE DEALERS. NO YES BROS. & CUTLER, IMPORTERS & WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS, OS and 70 Sibley Street, Corner Fifth, - - - st. Paul, Minn KAVAXAGH'S AUCTION. /_M OOD HOUSE AND THREE LOTS on the VX West Side, at auction. — I will sell at auc tion Thursday, Aug. 80, 2 p. m, on the premises, corner Louisa street and Hall avenue, Lots 6, 7 and 8, of block 104, of West St. Paul Proper, together with a good house of 8 rooms, good cellar, and large cistern, location high and tight ly, each lot 50x150 feet. Terms, very liberal, and made known on day of sale. P. T. KAVANAGH, 225-32 Auctioneer. t^IXE FURNITURE, ETC., AT AUCTION— I will sell at auction, on the premises, all the furniture in the residence of C. B. Neweomb, Esq., No. 148 Nina avenue, on Tuesday, August 21, at 10 o'clock h. m. The furniture is all of tho better class, and consists in part of one ele gant parlor euite, five pieces upholstered in old gold silk; one library 6uit, five pieces, uphol stered in crimson ep; one very fiae extension table, black walnut, Eastlake "style; fine black walnut dining chairs, upholstered in leather; black walnut sideboard, two fire book enses, movable shelves, two fine bedroom euits irade to order, marble top; one very fine mantel clock, manufactured by Caldweil & Co., of Philadel phia; ore very iine reclining library chair, up holstered in leather; porch chairs, bedroom kitchen and diningroom furniture, fine hair mat tresses, pillows, ebony tables, center tables, marble top fine office desk, library tables, carpets, etc., and in fact everything apper aining to the furniture of a house of the better grade. All goods must be removed on day of sale. P. T. KAVANAGH, 225 Auctioneer. QPECIALFINE ART SALE— I will sell at O auction, at the store No, 24 East Third street, commencing on Tuesday, August 14, at 2 o'clock p. m., a very fine collection of Italian marble acd alabaster works of art, consisting of a great variety of Roman, Grecian, Etruscan, Hebe, Pompeiian and Venetian vases and urns, fruit stands, card receivers, jewelry boxes, animals, and paper weights of different sizes and patterns, also venle antique marble animals and figures, alabaster groups and statuettes, Florentine Mo saic inlaid center tables with marble stand, and many more ornaments suitable to adorn parlors, churches, saloons, etc . Every article warranted to be cut from a quarried stone and executed by the most prominent artists in Florence, Italy. P. T. KAVANAGH, 223-25 . Auctioneer. V|OTICE TO CREDITORS— State of Minnesota, X\ county of Ramsey — ss. In Probate Court, special term, July 18, 1383. In the matter of the estate of Emily Cariveau, deceased. Notice is hereby given that the Judge of Pro bate, of the County of Ramsey, will upon the first Monday of the month of September, A. D. 1883, at 10 o'clock a. m.. receive, hear, examine and adjust all claims and demands of all persons against said deceased, and that six months from the date hereof have been allowed and limited for creditors to pre sent their claims against said estate, at the expira tion of which time all claims and demands not pre sented to t^is court, or not proven to its satisfac tion, shall be forever barred, unless for good cause shown further time be allowed. Ey the Court, Wn. B. McGRORTY, [l. s J Judge of Probate. jy2o sw-fri China and Japan Tea Store. TAM G. FUNG, 19 E, Seventh st., beUWabas!iaw& Cedar, I respectfully notify the citizens of St. Paul that I have opened a new Tea Store, which will be stocked with the purest and 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 Cu-iosities for sale. Prices the lowest for pure teas. TAIL G. FUNG, No. 19 East Seventh street. THE CANTON TEA CO. dissolution; "DISSOLVED I The firm of Dreis & Mitsch having been dissol 7e-3 P. J. DREIS Has established himself in business CORNER riln lv a ot. PETER STREETS Where will be found the finest and best of Drugs, Perfumery, Toilet Articles, Pat nit Medi cines, etc. Also, all kinds of Garden and Flower Seeds. ■ ,v- PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY SUPERIOR Coal and Iron Co. .--■-. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in \ Goal, Wool, GobiaiiFiglFO3 T. D. BARTON, AGENT, ■ 354 Jackson Street, - • • St, Paul. .■JOSS WAGENER7 DKALKR El WOOD AM IM. Offic<»oa Seventh sir^«« v»riij^« an^ '■orner of Twe'fii.-* jii :toi*«rt. •>--'i«>in i-taraiva.' br to'.e hon«. ■•:. . • ,