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Ornca fimw Bimui. Orrcoxo,
w*f.umoit)H D. C, Jan. 2, 1 CO i>. ea.
Observations tatan at th« ea=ae vaamtaX of
tlliif ...L iili UIUXIOLS.
H«r. TUer. Wir«l. Wrsrt.er.
a. J'i>'i. ..... 29.92 2 W Clear.
S:lS.::::.".«ji "» % a»
I- rmw 89.94 1 W >, lear
15 :,ti.r..ni: - -23 0 Clear.
NOKTE "*■ J-Bi.
Bar. Tiier. Wind. Weather.
Bismarck 60.82 -18 NW gear
ton — -30 °. V,
Ft. Garry 80.23 - H Uear.
Mo-.A^i 39.18 -13 N Clear.
fit. Vir.ccnt 80.18 -23 N Clear.
Hw. itior. Wind. Wsatber.
Ft. A-sh.aboine..3o.4l -9 N Cloudy.
to, Kuf0rd......50.40 -21 W Clear.
PtCoster 8!».84 L NLt Snow.
Helena, 11. T...30.17 - W Cloudy.
Huron. D^k 80-27 -4 NW Clenr.
. Medicine ... .80.61 -21 NW Ooudy.
Ear. Ther. Wind. Weather*
Dnluth 29.81 5 W Cloudy.
Cbi.-^o 29.80 4 W Clear.
Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather.
Denver ... 80.W 87 N Clear
Sod C «<Uty 83.19 17 13 Clear.
Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather.
L«ivwtvorth....«l.2B 18 W Clear.
Omaha .........30.17 8 SW Clear.
Bar Tact.. Dew Point. Wind. Weattwr.
011 1.5 -16.7 W Clear.
Amount of melted snow .f 0, maximum ther
moiaswr, 8.0; rrdniinarn . thermometer,-11.0;
daily "ineo, 19.0.
ili7er, frozen. m .
, —Marometer corrected for temperature
and «iovation. 1. ,
oenpwnt Bisssal Corpe, V. S. A.
to-day's weatheb. __
W.\suington, Jan. B.— m.—lndications:
For upper Mississippi, fair, generally warmer
weathor, westerly winds, becoming variable,
rising barometer in northern portion, and fall
ling in central and southern portions. For;
Missouri valley, warmer, fair weather, followed
by increasing cloudiness, local en»ws Friday
morning, variable wiiid*, generally lower baro-
The grand jury for the January term
commence their session next Tuesday.
The Traders' Transfer company gave
their employes a jolly sleigh ride New
Year's night.
S. H. Eatche.lder wa3 admitted by the
supreme court yesterday to practice in the
Minnesota courts.
Thomas Lee dedioated the city hall last
nig hi by incarceration as the first stiff
drank of the new year.
The relief fund subscribed for Officer
Getchell amounts to nearly $100 and it
will be presented to him to-day.
The grand masquerade ball for the ben
efit of the employes of G. W. Magee will
bo held at Market hall to-night.
W. W. Prendergast will deliver the dedi
catory address at the opening of the Wa
dena high school building this evtning.
Judge Simons adjourned court sine die
yesterday, which mean 3 that he had ex
hausted an unusually lengthy civil docket
for eveu an October term.
Capt. Joseph Burger, after a three weeks'
confinement to his house by an attack of
pneumonia, was again on duty at the state
armory yesterday.
The Merchants National Bank of St.
Paul tiled a suit to recover $350 on a prom
isaary note from A. W. Cowles in the dis
trict court yesterday afternoon.
R.3V. Dr. Smith, has been invited to de
liver his lecture on "The New Education,"
at Rochester on the evening of the 17th
mat. He has accepted the invitation.
Judge John L. Mac Donald, oi
pee, of the Eighth judicial distric, took the
oath of office, from Chief Justice Oiifillam
at tho session of the supreme court yester
A young lady named Mary Hohinstein
reported to Chief Clark yesterday that her
hat, valued at $18, was stolen from the
Atheßieum during the d»nc« New Year'a
Dintrict Court Clerk Bell passed the Jan
uary tarm calendar of that coart into the
hands of the printers yesterday afternoon.
The docket, civil and criminal, oontains
227 catses.
Detective John O'Connor returned yes
terday f.'om Kansas City,where he met the
absconding saloon keeper MoFadden, and
procured a bill of sala for his placa on
East Third street.
City Treasurer Reid disbursed December
Balari*s to city employes yesterday a3 fol
lows: Polioe and fire department, and;
city officials, $15,000; street foroc, $832.41;
sewer force, $351.y7.
Chief of Police Clark issued an order
yesterday calling upon tha proprie
tors of all licensed business to prooure th 9
necessary permits from ihe city clerk on
or b&fore the 20th in3t.
Oa New Year's day a fair at Pine Island,
• held fur trie benefit of the Catholic church
of th»t town, closed having netted the
very hudaonie sum of one thousand dol
lars, which has put the sacred edifice com
pletely out of debt.
Two runaways—horse and cutter in
each instance —near the short line cross
ing; one on the first and the other yester
day, resulting in a total wreck of the ve
hicles is all we have to report. Names of
owners not known. "Who next?
Col. Taylor of the State library, received
the following volumes yesterday: Laws of
Nebraska, 14th vol. Nebraska Reports, 50th
vol. Pioneer collection of Michigan, Min
eral Statistics of Michigan 1881-2, Farmers'
Products of Michigan ISBI-82, and 87th
Indiana. Supreme Court Raports.
On SnDday last the bishop of north Da
kota dedicated the church of Sfc. Michael
at Grand Forks. The ceremony was an
itnpoiiDg and s ;lcinn oie and was witness
ed by a large and devout congregation.
B*v. Father Flannigan, of Fargo, preach
oa the sermon. >
Gilbert Oleson, a small grocer on Jack
son street, between Seventh and Eighth
streets filed an assignment in the office of
the district oourt yesterday to Timothy
J. Palmer in favor of his creditors. The
assete, which are principally in book ao
cnnnis, it is thought will wash the debtor
The work of collecting the liquor
licenses for 1884 was commenced yester
day, ?nd at the olose of ihe day the re
oeiptsaijthe oity treasurer's office from that
source amounted to $2,860. The first ap
plicants for lioenses were No. 1, Jay Lev
erß«e; No. 2, Andrew Holzheimer; No. 3,
B.R. Noyes&Co.
After an eleven days' tedious trial the
Mississippi & Rum liiver Boom company
TB. Prince & Houlton case was given to the
struck jury in the district oourt yesterday
afternoon, and they retired at 4 p. m. with
instructions to bring in a sealed verdict,
whicli it is expeoted will be produced in
court this morning.
A telegram was reoeived by Chief Clark
yesterday from Chief of Police Murray, of
Winnipeg,saying that he was en route east
with ft crazy man, and requesting ; that an
Ulcer be detailed at St. Paul to accompany
him as far as Chicago.' Officer Kei
eully was detailed by Chief Clark to ren
der the necessary assistance.
An adjourned meeting of the board of
public works assembled at 9 a. m. yester
day, all being present but Messrs. Koch
and Mr. President, and after approving
; the inspector's pay roll of $566.99 for
Deocmbc-r went out to view Ilice street.
They returned at aeon and adjourned.
Arrangements are progressing for the
seventh annual ball of Mjnnehaha lodge
No. Cl, Brotherhood of Locomotive Fire
men, to be given at Market hall 'on' Tue
sday evening, the 22d inst. The former
partiesof thi? order have always been at
tended with great pleasure anil this year
they promise to excel all previous efforts!.
The patrol wagon was called to the cor
ner of Fourth and Minnesota streets yea
terday afternoon to take into custody a
jolly old soldier nimed Barney McNair.
He wore a.white hat and put on more lags
than a Bowery dude, and while en route to
the tower he offered to pay Conductor
Phil. Gibbons for the privilege of riding
in the wagon. .
The stock of cariosities and appurten
ances of the Academy of Scicaces, 554
Wabashaw street, will be fold at public
nutation to the highest bidder on the
premises at 11 a. m. Saturday, Jan 12. It
would be a good idea' for some public
spirited citizen to bid the curiosities in in
a lump and present them to the Stats His
torical sooiety.. ,":> vi
A number of th« citizens «f lower town
showed their appreciation of the services
of Roundsman Hanft yesterday by pre
senting him a beautiful and costly silver
star, in the center of which was engraved
in gold figures, the number of his star,
No. 14. The presentation speech was
made by Chief Clark, and the happy re
cipient was overcome with emotion.
The secretary of state, Judge Berry and
another of the supreme court justices, and
Judges of the Court McCleur, of Stillwa
ter, and Brill, of St. Paul, will canvass the
vote cast at the late state. election for the
several state officers and constitutional
amendments, at the secretary of state's
department at the • cspitol, commencing
their labors at 10 a. m., this forenoon.
Congdon Miller, late chaplain in the U.
S. army and rasident at the soldiers' home
at Milwaukee, visited the state capitol
yesterday, where he procured the names
of the governor, judges of the supreme
court and heads of the departments to a
memorial to congress, asking it to grant
pensions to all honorably discharged sol
diers not drawing such.
'.Vcd. Fread get boisterously intoxicated
jesterday afternoon, and made himself so
promiscuous in the vicinity of Overpeck's
stable between Robert and Jackson streets
that he Was run in by the police, together
with his pal, Jnlius Oraus. At Thorwald's
saloon near by he hit a man a severe blow
in the eye and smashed in a window. He
gava bail for appearance this morning.
The Chronicle this morning will state
that on Saturday the 22d ult., the Rev.
James Ganghan, of Erin Pmrie, Wis., and
Rev. Henry Jaje3ky,of Winona, were raised
to the holy pries'. :iood at the grand semin
ary at Montreal. The reverend gentle
men are boch to engage in the work of
the holy ministry in this dioceee although
they have cot yet beea aesigned to the
A musical and literary entertainment
will be given at the T. M. C. A. rcocas,
366 Wabashaw street, this evening at eight
o'clock. Mrs. J. S. Bailey, assisted by
Miss Oakes and others, will have charge
of the music. Readings and recitatioas
will be given bj iiiss Armstrong, Mr. B.
Sephtoa and the secretary. All are invited
te visit the rooms and et joy the eveaing's
exercises, which are free.
The grand masquerade ball to be given
at Market hall this evening for the bene
fit of the former employes of Mageb's res
taurant, destroyed by fire, will mo doubt
prove one of the most successful and en
joyable affairs of the se>rt ever gotten up
in this city. The committee oa arrange
ments were engaged yesterday in decorat
: ing the hall with oolors loaned for the oc
oasion by the officers at Fort Snelling, and
the use of the hall has been tendered by
the city free of oharge.
A brief item in these columns yesterday
stated that "Merriam, Barrows & Co. had
filed a Buit in the district court to recover
judgment from John J. Hinkle for a bill
of lumber furnished for bailding resi
dence." This arises from the oompHoa
tious occasioned by the absquatulation of
the contractor, J. J. Haley, who had at the
time of taking his sudden departure al
ready reoeived pay in full from Mr.
Hinkle for all and more work than he
had done. Mr. H. objeots to paying
twioe for the goods, and very greatly ob
jects to the implication that he does not
pay promptly every account contracted by
About half past ten last night a cill
was received from West St. Paul to send
the patrol wagon over as soon as possi
ble. At that time that vehicle was on its
mission of mercy and convenience to the
corner of Twelfth and Robert streets. As
soon as it got back it started for across
the river and soon returned with a man
who was bo drunk that ho oould not move
a single limb, and to all appear
ance was dead. Four men were
required to lift him out of the
wagon. He neither moved nor spoke, and
was lugged into a cell and carefully laid
upon the floor, where he slept off the over
dose of intoxicating fluids, and will join
the gang that will call npon Judge Barr
this morning.
Kavanagh sells all the f urnitura belonging to
the Coffee House, No. 142 East Third street, at
public auction this morning at 10 o'clock. ,'\ '
• - •'. Kan) Warm. .;■>..■■:--::
Cheap fuel at J. A. Baley's, 860 Jackson and
corner of Bice and Martin: Maple, $6.50; Oak
and Birch, $5.50; Mixed Ash and Elm, $4: Bass,
$3.50. : . ■
A special "communication of Ancient Land
mark Lodge No. 5, A.*. F.• ."and A.". M.-.i
will be held in Ma«onic hall, this (Thursday)
evening, at 7:30 o'clock Work in E.". A.'.
degree. ,v :>.';.: ■■ -.'' „■■
■. By order of the W.'.M.-. if'
'**,*-' \•■ 'A fV Secretary. '
For old obstinate Coughs take Allen's Cough
Balsam. All genuine bears the signature of J.
P. Allen, druggiet, St. Paul, Minn. ;
Fire Among the Coffee Sacks,
An alarm of fire was : sounded from, box
24, at 5:40 yesterday afternoon, caused by
fire being discovered by the floorman in
the second story of the extensive wholesale
grooery house of Griagß, Glidden '& Co.,
corner of Third and Rosabel streets, be
tween a number of sacks of •', coffee in a
large pile of the same. The . fire was ex
tinguished with water and by throwing
bags of coffee upon and 'smothering it;
and, although the department were on the
ground two minutes from the time of the
sounding of the alarm, their aid was not
necessary. ; How the fire originated
is a complete mystery, as no cause is able
to be assigned for its unexpected presence
where it made itself manifest. The loss
was about $25. " ...
Gen. Grant is rapidly recovering, but is
as yet unable to stand on his injured limb.
Success of '-The Silver King"—"A Mont
tain Pink."
That the amusement patrons of St.
Faal are c&pablo of appreciating a;■ good
thing in the dramatic line, is attested by
the large sized and very sympathetic
audiences which gather at the Grand
nightly to •witness the performance of
"The Silver King," a melodrama possess
ing strong elements of interest. The story
of the "Silver King" is tersely told in Bitn
ations of great dramatic power, the plot
involving the fate of characters in which
the anditor ia made to take a deep f.ad
absorbing interest. Mr. naswin, who
enacts the rolf) of the hero,
makes an interesting character
of the part, and tbe role of N»Hie Danver,
the heorine, i 3 well taken by Miss Wardell.
Both « f these characters afford scope for
the display of great emotional acting, the
sentiment and pathos being finely blended
and natural. There is a love comedy part
taken by Mr. Barr. which is highly en j yable
and the role of the Spider by Mr. Morris
is also well taken, while Mr. Rich enacts
well his part. . The play is fall of quaint
humour and homely pathos and it Lever
fails to win the sympathy of an audience.
The piety will be repeated to-night.
A sew and romantic drama
will be produced at tbe Grand three nights
and a matinee,'commencing Monday, Jan.
7. The Chicago Tribune speaks of it in
the following flattering terms:
"The play contains many fine passages
and quaint southern expressions, and
flashes of wit mark every scene. The ac
tion throughout is well shaded and the cli
max is attained in a consistent and ingen
ious manner. Interesting and novel types
of southern character are introduced. The
authors have discovered a fresh field, in
which curious types of character abound,
and they have made them the people of an
interesting story, illustrated by attractive
scenic piotures whioh please the eye. On
the whole, the authors may be congratu-
Ut«d on having hit the popular taste, and
may look forward to a successful' run of
thoir play." ; • ■: .
T. D. Rice, of Fargo, is at the Mer
Hon. A. Tompsoa, of Pope county, is in
St. Paul.
T. O. Towner, or Grand Forks, is at tho
Hon. W. H. Offioer, of Austin, was at
the capitol yesterday.
J. E. Wisuer, of Lisbon, D. T., wa3 at
the Merchants yesterday.
W. F. Street, of St. Cloud, called on his
St. Paul friends yesterday.
Paul SlatteD, of the Crookston Land of
fioe,was in the city yesterday.
Major R. Howard, of Fort Caster, was at
the Merchants hotel yesterday.
John Baugh, of the Grand Pactfio hotel,
Moorbead, was in the city yesterday.
C. H. Davidson, of Austin, register of
Mower county, is on a visit to the city.
Senator Sabin was in the city yesterday.
He expects to return to Washington Sat
urday. '.if
Gordon E. Cole, of Faribault, was
among the arrivals at the Merchants yes
Andrew liaison, of Wilmar, treasurer of
Eandioyohi county, was at the state house
- Frank B. Sempler, a prominent manu
facturer of New Albany, Ind., ib at the
Metropolitan. - 4 '' "
P. J. Casey and C. P. Flannagan, left the
oitj last evening for a two months 1 absence
at the Arkansas Hot Springs. \ /;,',''"■ ■I'^/*
Adjatant General A. C. Hawley, left the
city for several weeks' absence in Wash
ington, on an early afternoon train yes
F. J. Deify of Chicago, L. H. Stanton of
Morris, G. A. Haston and S. Seeger of
Bart, Texas, are guests at the Metropoli
H. H. Fuller, of the oity engineer's of
fice, left last night for Brandon, VI, and
the boys in the office say that he will not
return alone.
Of all the New Year calls received at P.
H. Kelly's, the one made, about midnight
bj the gentleman whose watch had stepp
ed was the j oiliest.
Clerk Hillia, of the United States circuit
court, returned yesterday, from a visit to
Eeokuk, la., where he passed the holidays
with his friends.
Secretary H. H. Hart, of the state
board of corrections and charities, re
turned yesterday from a visit of inspec
tion of theHenepin county jail.
Yesterday, Webster Smith, T. Donald
son, and Mr. and Mrs. William Knight, of
St. Paul, and D. H. Smith, of Wahpeton,
D. T., left .'or California by way of New
Orleat s. . They will be absent six or eight
Kavanagh sells all the furniture belonging to
the Coffee House, No. 142 East Third streat, at
publio auction, this morning at 10 o'clock.
The Checker Ma eh.
The score of the checker games played
at the rooms of Iha Chess club on Seventh
stroet, between members of tho club and
i. H. Irwin, of Boston, is as follows:
Freeman ... 1 Irwin 8 Drum 5
Temple 1 Irwin 2 Drum 0
All others... 0 Irwin 42 Drum 0
Ti. If. Evans' Professional Terpsichorean
Training School, Sherman Hall. New term!
New term ! For Misses and Masters, Saturday
from 10 to 12:30 p. m. This class is. for begin
r.ers, commencing January 12, 1884. Advance
class, for Misses and Masters, Saturdays Irom
2:30 to 5 p.m., commencing Jan. 12. Begin
ners' class for ladies and gentlemen will com
mence Monday evening, Jan. 7 at 7:80. Ad
vance class f«r ladies and gentlemen will be
foi mod Tuesday evening, January 8, at 8 oclock.
Private lessons given by appointment. For
further particulars address Lock Box Sherman
The Crusaders.
The Crusaders' sooiety held a meeting
last evening at tbeir hall on Wabasbaw
street, corner of Sixth, for the purpose of
electing officers for the ensuing six moHths.
There was quite a large and enthusiastic
gathering. The report of the executive
committee was read, showiag the society
to be in a flourishing condition—nu
merically and financially. It
was decided to give a
series of entertainments weekly, private
and publio alternately. The one week a
private entertainment at their own hall
with leotares, and the following week a
pu'olio one a; P 1 1 e ha!', when populit
Bpeakers will be secured from among our
prominent citizons. The officers elected
for the ensuing six months are as fol
Prtsident]J. F. McGuire;' rvice president,
J. C. Hanley; financial secretary, C. P.
Carroll; treasurer, Jmaes Johnson; exeoa
tive committee, T. M. Carthy, Lawrence
J. Casserly, J. B. Handlan, Cornelius
Eavanagh sells all the furniture belonging to
the Coffee House, No, 142 East Third street, at
public auotion this morning at 10 o'clock.
Jadjce McCrary Besigns.
Keostjk, la., Jan. 2. —Qeo. W. MoCrary,
judge of the Eighth United States judicial
circuit, embracing Minnesota, lows, Mis
souri, Kansas, Arkansas, Nebraska, and
California, forwarded bis resignation to
the president to-night, to take effect on
March 1. lie has contracted with the
Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe railroad
to £11 the position at general counsellor
for five year?. ;,; He will have bia headquar
ter* at Kansas City. '
ToPEKA, Jan. 2.—Mr. Harm, assistant
general manager, confirms the reports re
garding the connection of Judge McCrary
.with the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe
railroads, and Bays he has been appointed
general counsellor of that company's en
tire lines. ,
•..-.■.::■ ; ;. ■-. -• died. :■: -■. :.) ■';
BICE—Jan. %2&, at 11:30 p. m, of pnenmotiia,
Archibald Campbell, infant son of Edmund
and Ella F. Rice, Jr., Eged one year.:
HERMANN'—On January lat, infant child of
John and Dora Hermann.
Funeral to-day at S p. m.
LORE—At 4 o'clock, Taesday morning, lira.
G. W. Lore, aged 89 years and 10 months.
. The funeral -will take place from her late resi
dence, 441 Rondo street, at 2 o'clock, this after
* Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies. A marvel of pari
ty, strength end wholeßomoneeo. More economi
cal than tiie ordinary kind*, and oannot be 6oi«*<
in competition with the aaUstndaeof low teat,
short -weight, alum or phosphate powder*. Bold
only in cam. Eoyal Bakhtg Powd»b Co., 106
Wail street. New York.
Teeth extracted without pain. All work gnar
anteed. Dr. Cullum, 41 East 8d St., Cor. Cedar.
ftaiHf Foci'
vllvMJlf vl a. tlvl •
Until farther notice we will sell fuel at follow
iag reduced rates:
Dry Maple - - $6 50
Dry Oak : - - - 5 50
Dry Mixed - - 450
Dry Basswood - 400
Prompt delivery to any part of the city.
PRAIT& SOH, 189 E. Sixth St.
We shall have for rent in the
new Rice Building, corner Fifth
and Jackson street, about the
First of January,
h iiUDDi yrriuL ■
having more space than we re
We expect to move into our
new quarters there, the first of
the year, and shall be glad to
see our friends. We shall be
able to offer them a chair, so
that they can study our maps,
extensive list of property, and
prices comfortably and at their
leisure; '
It is a trifle too gelid at this
writing to look at property, ex
cept on the map, but you can
absorb the situation to your
proved city property.
Gilnllan Bio
S^l Estate QiiU lUlipp Loani^
860 Jackson Street, St. Paul, Minn. .
Investments made and taxes paid Jot non
«aidents. r. ''■: '-'> ■■■■„ '■•.>' ■ ' i'/'u).]-'.
(Successor to D. A. Robertson & Co., the oldest
.".':' real estate agency in Minnesota.)
So. 7 HeQnillan Block: eorJd&Wabaskaw.
.;:»w. h. H. JOHNSTON,
- V-s?iz&<" ..J.::- ■ AND •
. ;/ 356 Jaekson^StreGt.
Real Estate and Loan Broker
No.; 63 East Third Street.
Seal Estate Agent,
■;:■( : Mannheimer Block, Boom 11.
ANTED—A situation as chamber maid
' ' or to take charge of a doctor's office. Ad
dress Josie Sayrles, Poetofßce, city. 2-8
.■ Males.
\T7AXTED—A situation as coachman, by a
V» man who thoroughly understands the
business, has had long experience. Bostof refer
ences. Address 21. Dempsey, Globe office.
- 33S* ... ' :
i[¥7AHTKD— A sitnstien by a young Sco eh
> * Canadian, Bged 19. Has been a year at
the hardware business: Is strictly tioceat, will
ing and active. Any honest employment will
be taken. . Addroes B, Globe office. 832*
utrVAXiOfitt oirjrjßKJcir.
WANTED — porter fur saloon cleaning.
" Inquire tn-dnj between 3 and 4 o'clock,
at E«om 15, McQuillan block, Third and Waba
shaw street. 3
WANTED— A boy to take care of horse and
v f do chores around the house. Gall at 318
Minnesota street. J. J. Lemon. 564-5
\V 7 ANTED— to take care of office. Dr.
vv Merritt, corner Seventh and J&tkson
streets. 1-7
ANTED- -A. girl for general housework.
▼ * Apply from 2 to; 4p. -in., at No. 227
Iglehart street. : 8* .
rm R.SS3T
A GOOD stone quarry to leaee in West St.
. Paul. . j ... The store is very suitable for
bridge work. Inquire »t 241 Pearl street. 1-4
'■'': i'-Z mtmmm
Ij>Oß BKNT CHEAr— comfortable fur-
M. . nished house, to a married couple. 422
Exchange. _ ■■.'■-- ~ 3-5
BKf<T—*l2 a month, house* in center of
v city. P. AUi-, Gilnllan block. 1-8
I^OB BENT—A boarding bouee of sixteen
JL rooms. Will rent from now unt.l the first
of May tor $30. No '122 Aclrar street. 345*
T?Olt BENT—A large house, 542 Cedar street.
™ Apply to old No, tlQJaa^e *. 882
--g^fOK KENT— partly or wholly fum-
A 1 ished. Well located. Kent 145 or .SSO per
month. Address, Kent, Globe office. 3u7*
FOB RENT—A cottas?o with four rooms,
; pantry and closets, good water and every
convenience. Apply to J. C. McCarthy, Sixth
ward. . • 270*
fTK) BiiNT—Bouse of six rooms on Ohio
JL street. Inquire of P. R. McDonnell, grocer,
corner George and Ohio streets, Sixth ward.
175* ! -
"008 BENT—Tho Websr residence at White
a? Bear Lake, furnished or unfurnished. Ap
ply at Bamaley's Pavilion, Cottage Park station,
White Bear lake. " 162*
mREMENDOUB drop in rents—Three rooms
X over Lambie's shoe store; been r-nting at
$20, now offered to the right party at $10. 3
FOB RENT—Pleasant room for housekeeping
' 289 Dayton avenue. 2-4
T7<OR BENT—Splendidly furnished rooms in
JU European hotel, Central block and Steele
block. Inqoiie at room 10, Steele block, 424
Wabashaw, corner Seventh street. 2-4
EOOMB FOR RENT— furnished rooms.
Address Lodging, Globe offioe. . 807*
• ,'OR SALE - Three acre garden lot, tw» acres
»} under cultivation, small house, cellar, sta
ble, chicken yard, well, etc., cheap for cash,
quarter of a Mile outside city limits; will take 8
or4g«od horses i> part payment; or will ex
change for some paying buusets in city. Ad
drees 8., Globe office. : 2-8
FIR BARGAINS in cheap homes on easy
terms, call on Lawton Bros., 175 Dakota
avenue. ■■••*.- 864-5
XflOß BALE—The following desirable lots:
JO lots corner Pleasant avenue and Sixth street
2 lots on Bice street, between Iglehart and Til
ton streets; 10 lets in Irvine's Bee on d addition,
fenting on Seventh street, (end of bridge); li
log in Irvine's addition to West St. Paul; also,
a well established paying business. Apply to
George W. Turnbull, 348 Kxohamge street, city:
1. OTS and money to build *n monthly pay-
JLA mento. Pioneer Buildup Society, 856
Jwokaon street. IX*
J* IST youE property tot aols ua& orders for
_ purchases with G*o. H. Eaaaard, Beal
Bctato and Loan Asant, 170 Zxml Hurl stroot,
at. Paul. 80
--; £,obt ami* JTOVMIi,
LOST— Pink Bonnet. B«turn to 451 Fort
street and receive regard. 2-8
KJi r^INA M ■•« A UCTI ON .
BRICK BUILDING, furniture and crockery
at auction. I will sell at auction at the
■tore, No. 142 East Third street, on Thursday,
January 3d, at 10 o'clock a. m., the brick build
ing, all the furniture, crockery, etc., belonging
to the St. Paul Coffee h»use. This lot includes
1 brick building, 2 ranges, 1 baker, 1 broiler,
1 steamer, 1 laundry stove, kitchen and cooking
utensils, scalw, cupboards, 1 Dummy elevator,
25 tables, chairs, crockery, silver plated ware,
1 lunch counter, stools, 1 office desk, gas fix
tures, copper, tea and coffee boilers, etc., etc.
364-8 Auctioneer. J
MONEY TO LOAN ua city real estate; mort
gages bonght. 11. Caldwoll, real estate
agent, Ho. 19i|£ East Seventh street. 8-6
on furniture, pianos, in residence without re
moval. E. &F. Peters, 288 Siblay street, oppo
site Union depot. SOP*
LOANS on Life Ins. Policies. L. P. Van
Norman, No. 245, Ist Are 8. Minneapolis.
HORSES Boarded in the country cheap. Ad
0, drees C. W. Cook, box 885, city. Good
storage .f or carriages and harnesses. 856-4
FIRST CLASS day board at International
Hotel, corner Seventh and Jackson streets.
$4.50 per week. ' 354-84
FOB SALE OK BENT—IOS acres, one mile
from : postofllce; best stone quarry in Bice
county. I • furnish all stone for state institu
tions, Shattuck schools, St. MaryV Hall and all
public buildings, located hore. patent lime kiln,
four dwellings, ono st tie,' one frame barn, one
st. ne barn connected w th blacksmith shop, etc.
Twenty-five acres, containing the quarry andim
prov ments, will be sold or rented separately, if
desired. t Keason i for selling—old age and poor
health. Apply to Philip Cromer, Faribault,
Minn. ■■'■:.- *S9*
W. A. Hardenbergh is this day admitted as a
member of our firm.
St. Paul, Jan, 1,1884. 1-8
■ ■ —
(Twelre years established in St. Paul as)
Comer Third and Robert streets, in tho Sayings
Bank block, ST. PAUL, MINN.
N. B.—Special attention given to property and
interests of non-resident cliente. Investments
guaranteed to net 7 pec cent. Capitalists -mil
do well to cones pond 364
tote & Monroe Sts.,C'nicagiH|
HI! md prepaid to nny adijraß their H
ir ISO'S, i"0 paces, 210 Eugmvtngs^H
f isstromeKU Salts, CopH, Belts, H
onapona, . LpouleU, Cap-Lamp*, ■
lands. Drum Major's Stafii. aod^^^^B
•its, Sundry B.in'l OutnU, Kap«n*ijt^«
Uterbts. Abo Inclartes Instraettoa tad Jt~^B
•cUm for Amateur ha til. iwt • GvWi^f^B
ICiMdc* B»ud Mam. l . .
Sew Fall Stock last Received.
Sew Fall Ski Jast KmM.
Tho Largestand otily ccraploro ttook in ths
■ Northwest Agency for BURT'B, "Gray*
■ and Reynold's" fine shoe?.
H&s long elncaoctobliansd it* claims to public favor nv.t\ hue, now entered upon It* luta year at*,
the most favorable auepio«a. Send tor onaucgue giving fill particulars. Cor. 3d and JaoKftso,
W. A. FAOnij* Prlncip»l
;■ scales: FIND MILLS.
FAIRBAIKS, MORSE & CO,, ■ 371 & 373 gftlg Steel
68 70 BibletfßtTf Comer Fifth, - St Panl.Min*
w__.kd/:elx:cl. & McOLEn_L__jNv
Stationery, Druggists' Sundries and Toys,
We also have the sole control of the merchandise constituting the stock of the T. 8. WHITE
STATIONERY COMPANY, which must be sold to close their business. We devote an entire floor
of our new sti«w 407 Sibley street, to its display and offer you some bis; bargains. Call and i<eo us.
AetoiMil ft Artists lit Beet is On Mi.
I know of none superior to the Weber and none that can cora
peto with them for d.—Tprosa Curreno.
The tone of the Weber Piano is so sweet, rich and sympathetic,
yet so full, th&t I ahull always r&nk 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 voioe like th«
Weber.— Abbott.
R. O. MUNGER, Agent, St. Paul.
Bend for Catalogue*.
% James McMillan & Co.,
!Proprietors of the ■ #".:
And dealers in Hides, Sheep Felts, Wool and Furs,
109 First Anenue South, MINNEAPOLIS, MINX.
Shipments solicited. Write for circulars.
General Druggist
Is settled _ bis elegant New Store
Corner lull and Saint Peter streets,
Where can be found the finest and beet of Drugs,
Perfumery, Toilet Articles, Patent Medicines,
etc. Also, all kinds of Garden and Flower
Seeds in their season.
_*■ #i 'ti&ti &';•„ .
If l"ii lii II
H 4 mm wu * till I
m >fc ?$ S)i U M S5; fa $» H $ f^i
IT?" fffi """8 *
[Established 1850.] '
Manufacturers of Furniture. Live Geese Feetb>
iers and Mattreesee.
Funeral Directors.' Bole Agents for Metallic
Burial Caskets \ and Cases, Cloth and Wood
Caakots. "- ' . / '-'.'- ,
i Corner Third and Minnesota' Sts
13 West YMrd (rest, si. Fin
X respectfully invite the attention of !»!>*.
and gentlemen to my large, most complete m:<s
elegant stock of new Masquerade Costumes, f. .• ,
balls, parties, theatrical perfomaneas, old folk*
concerto, tableau*, &c.
Masks at wholesale.
Country parties, send fox list and prlow.
o **> Blind, Bleeding, Itching ar.d
Uio"ta»a "' aas been discovered by Dr. Wil
liam, (an IncHaa i eaiedy) called Dr. William's
Indiab Ozntmxct. A single box has care* the
worst chr«nic oases of 25 years' standing. No
one need suffer five minutes after applying- thu
wonderful southing medicine. Lotions and la
strumenta do more harm than goo&. William's
Ointment absorbs the tumors, allays the intense
itching, (particularly at night after getting «*a~i
in bed,) acts as a poultice, gives instant and
painless rglief, and is prepared only for Piles,
itching of the private parte, and for nothing elm
For sale by all druggist*, and mailed on rocelp*
of price, $1. NOI'EF, BROS. & OUI'LT"
Wholesale 4coutc. Ft. Paul. Minn. 910
Pupil of the eminent pianist, and teaoher, S.
B. Mills, of New York, and for several years a
teacher in well known educational institutions,
and of private classes, most respectfully tenders
his services to those desiring a thoroughly com
' petent, experienced and conscientious teacher.
Twenty lessons (one h«ur) $40 030
Twenty lessons (half hour) 25 000
Orders may be left at my studio, over B. C.
Mnn(j«»r's»»n»<ir **—s. '«7V. Th; "tree. 1W
Full Weight and Measure Guaranteed by
Mi & Fit
41 East Third street. Established in 1864.
At bottom prices. Grate and egg $9.75, stove
flO; Nut $10, Briar Hill, $8.50. All grades
of fresh mined bituminous coal at equally km
pric«fl. Maple, 16.50: Birch and Oak. #5 50,
Mixed, 54.50; Basswood, $4; Dry Pine Slabs, $8.
Coal and Iron Co.
Wholesale and Betail Dealers In
354 Jartstn Street. St. Paul.
Law Office,
boom: c,
Cor. of Wakshaw and Fourth street,
Over Express Office 270

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