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Office Cbikf Siokai. Offices, Wash'STIOn-. D. C, "Jan. 9, 9:56 p. m. Observations taken at the same moment of time ii_a'.l stations. CPPEU MISSISSIPPI VALLEY. Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather. Bt pauL... ...29.70 17 0 Lt. Snow. gt.Louia 29.80 84 S G\i»x. La C-osse 29.76 18 S Cloudy. HOaXBWSBT. Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather. Bltmarck 80.14 12 8 Lt. Huow. Bittleford -1 W Clear. F. Carry 29.97 5 N Cloudy. Blmondton -2 0 Llmi. Btiunedees 80.07 8 N Cloudy. M<r>rh«ad 29.86 5 N Cloudy. Quinelle 30.28 -1 NW Lt. Snow. to;. Vincent 29.98 5 NW Cloudy. KOETZS3N BOOKT MOUNTAIN SLOPS. Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather. Ft ajsinaboina.J«.46 14 NW Cloudy. Iff. iiuford 80.33 7 NW Cloudy. Ft Custer 80.36 25 N Lt. Snow. ma, M. T...30.38 .. NW Cloudy. w.iron. Dak 29.86 17 N Cloudy, j MaJicine Hat....80.46 8 W Cloudy. UPPE1I LAKES. Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather. Da'.uth 29.75 14 BE Cloudy. Chicago 29.81 21 S Clear. MIDDLE EASTERN EOCKY MOUNTAIN SLOPE. Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather. Denvw 30.11 83 N Ckmdy. D-.t.-C.ty 29.83 37 NW Cloudy. MISSOURI VALLEY. Bar. Thar. Wind. Weather. LeaviJiworth....29 69 34 8 Fair. 29.69 32 N Clear. D'-ILY LOCAL MfcANS, B\r. Tost. Daw Point. Wind. Weather. 29.782 12.7 ... SW lair. Mint of melted snow .01, maximum ther monmer, 22.5; minimum thermometer, 4.0; da Iv "-(iti^e, 18.5. rer, frozen. Low zero. —Uarometar corrected for temperature at • . lion. P. F. LV02»f5, liznsl Corps, Tj. S. A. to-day's weather. Washington, Jan. 10.—la. m.— Indications fier upper Mississippi: Partly cloudy weather, rain and snow, northeasterly winds in north ern portion southwesterly winds in southern portion, finally shifting to northwest, rainy,pru : in southern portion by falling barometer, Missouri: Snow, colder weather, Is, by rising barometer. CITS (H/OHULJis, Mr. Needham had a cow fitolan from his barn on Grand avenuo on Tuesday night. The installation of officers of Acker Post, G. A. R., takes place at their rooms this evening. Adjutant General Ma^Carthy will not be installed in office until Feb. 1. At noon yesterday the sun was able to squeeze oat a sign of moisture from the spots of snow on the plank walk3. F. MoCann was arrested yesterday for Btealing a box of cigars from Kennedy's etore on the northeast corner of Wabaehaw and Fifth st - Ful!y sixty loads of hay and straw wore on silo in hay market square at noon yes terday, the price of the former ranging from $8 to $9 per ton. The annual meeting of the Minnesota State Agricultural society will be held at 10 :'.. m., Tuesday morning, January 22d. Metropolitan hotel. Judge Brill dtmied a motion on the part of the counsel for the defense in the Ver mih o divorce suit in the district csurt yes terday for a continuance to next term. Jadge Brill appointed Daniel H. Moon yesterday morning as foreman of the pres ent grand jury .and charged them on points of law under which they might bring in indictments and their especial duties in the premises. T. McConn, a young chap about seven teen years of age, was arrested yesterday aad placed in the city hall bastile on the charge of larceny of sundry small articles from Monfort's fanoy grooery store on Third street. Lieut. Henry Romeyn, Fifth Infantry, stationed at Fort Eeogh, M. T.. appeared yesterday before the retiring board, that met at head quarters, Fort Snelling, for the purpose of being examined with a view io hi3 be'ng retired. Hose Company No. 1, of Duluth, will have a grand ball on the 22d of February. A committee of gentlemen were in St. Paul yesterday making arrangements with Mr. Breed, of the St. Paul & Duluth road, for transportation. Winchester <fe Patridge Manufacturing company filed a petition against MeLel- Ian & Marshall in the district oourt, for the animation of a judgment in Ramsey county of $394.40, given the plaintiffs agciust the defendants in the district court of Pembina ccuuty, Dakota territory. The Fathor M; j.thjw society will to-night, at Pfeifer'a hall, celebrate its fifteenth anniversary. The celebration will con sist of ! pa iking, and voc-il and instrumen tal music. Siiiort's orchestra has been eiiga^ed to furnish tbe instrumental prat, which ia3u.:e-< something worth haariag. A portrait in cil of Hon. Chas. E. Flan drau, associate justice of the supreme court of this state at i« first organization, was presented to the court and the state bar yesterday and it was ordered that it be placed in appropriate position on the w.".Im of thesup;em9 court room at the state capitol. Judge Simons granted a divorce yester day ia the district court to Sarah Gould hawke from Halford Spencer Gouldhawke for wilfully deserting her thirteen years after marriage. The defendant made no answer in the oase and it was evident that this hatohe had flown away for good and all from his mate. Oa the 22d inst., Minnehaha lodge No. 61, Brotherhood of Firemen, will give itj seventh annual ball, at Market hall. Ar rangements have been made for a grand affiir, and, as these arrangements are in the hands, to a considerable extent, of Mr. John Kilbane, the popular passenger engineer on the St. Paul & Manitoba road, who is chairman of the committee of ar rangements, tha ball wiil undoubtedly be a very grand affair. An argument takes place in the supreme oourt this afternoon on a writ of quo war ranto against Thomas C. Shapleigh to de termino ihe title to the office of cierk of the district court of Polk county which is evidently in a cloud. Edward Columbus and Nat Christopher appears against •Shapleigh by Chap E. Flandrau as coun sel, and it is evident Columbus thinks he has di ; covered a mice and means to take pos?3ssion if he oan. Articles of incorporation were filed by Minneapolis capitalists yesterday with the secretary of Btate, of a new line of rail road to be built from St. Paul via Fort Snollin^, Minnehsha, Minneapolis. Lakes Harriet and Calhoun, to the St. Louis hotel, on the east side of Lake Minneton ka, vith a branch line running near Mer riam purk from St. Paul to Minneapolis to a poiui on the east bank of the Mississippi river. The capital stock is placed at $250,000. Of -h* original Hutchinson family of singers there were thirteen brothers and two sisters. By the death of the wife of Hon. T. S. Anderson, of Hutchinson, at New York the present week, where she had gone for her health, there are but three of this old time company of famous singers left. They are Asa HutchinsoD, of Hutch in ■•on, Minn., John Hatchinson, of Massa chusetts, and Allie, wife of Ludlow Patten, a Wall street banker, at whose homo Mrs. Auderson died from consumption. Corydon Millard, late chaplain 4th U. S. heavy artillery, and now connected with the Milwaukee Soldiers' home, ar rived in town yesterday and will remain during the week. He is the originator of the proposition to pension all honorably discharged soldiers of the Union army. Those who may wish to sign his petition for that object will find him at the Y. M. C. A. rooms on Wabashaw street. PEBSOXAL. Henry Romajn, U. S. A.,is a guest at the Merchants. J. G. Donnelly, after a week's illness, is again at his accustomed duties. Gapt. C. E. Sencerboi,a prominent citi zen of La Crosse, is at the Merchants. County Auditor J. J. McCardy left the city yesterday for a month's absence in the east and Booth. Mbssrs. Geo. S. Shaw, E. S. Crossett and Wm. Remwick, prominent lumber merchants of Davenport, Iowa, are in the city. J. Royal, member of parliament, of Winnipeg, and danghter, are spending a few days in the city and are guests at the Merchants. A. J. Sawyer, of Duluth, Dr. Bigger and wife of Brainerd, P. R. Carroll, of Grand Forks, and W. B. Douglass, of Fargo, are guests at the Merchants. W.R.Gould, G. A. Elder and R. B. Briggs, of Moorhead, Wm. C McAdarne, of Albert Lea, and Geo. Benedict, of Sauk Rapids, are guests at the Metropolitan. I'lfO BLAZES. An Incipient Fire in the Street Car Barns Fut Out by Hand Grenades—A Sixth Ward Chimney Fire. At d o'clock last evening an alarm was sounded on "extra box 221" which took the place of box 16, which was undergoing re pair?, which brought the chemical to the car house of the city railroad, corner of Fifth and St. Peter streets in three minutes and ten seconds, the rest of the depart ment being close on itB heels. The fire, whioh was under a window shelf on the ea?t side of the car house, and about mid way of the strnefcure, had been so thorough ly put in check by the Chicago hand fire grenndeB by the foreman of Cul len's livery stables, that the chemi cal engine had not much work to do on its arrival, aud tho excitement was over ia almost a moment. The fire origi nated directly under this window shelf, on which it was evident that the car lamps were sometimes set, but not filled. The lire thorocigly charred this shelf, and the lower part of the window sash, besides blistering the paint on oar 31, which was in front of it until pits rose on it to the size of half dollars. Cic-so to this shelf, on the north end, was a heating pipe, which led from the basement furnace, to warm the car bouse, but is claimed that there had been no fire in the furnace since Tues day, and an examination of the premises did not offer any proof that the fire caught irom it. The night watchman informed the Globe representative that at the hour the fire broke out all the men about the establishment were at fupper and ths-.t they and th6 superintendent after a thorough examination of the matter could do nothing but set this blaze dowiz as "mysterious." The blaze was trifling, being confined to a window frame and the single car on which about half a square yard of paint was disturbed. The similar putting out, or partially ex tinguishing of the fire in Cullen's stables a short time since, and the effective service of the same at this blaze, ia a pretty strong card for them as a safety guard, whose presenoe in any building should reduce the rates of insurance. About 10 o'clock last night an alarm of fire took the department over to West St. Paul, all for a lively little chimney at Bergmen'B bakery. After the department reached the spot it continued serenly to burn and spntter, in complete indifference of the fire department. As the roof was covered with iron and that with snow the little chimney was allowed to burn as much at it pleased. A mnftememts. Miss Dainty and the "Mountain Pink" company olosed their engagement at the Grand last evening. There was a moder ately large audience whioh seemed to thoroughly enjoy the performance throughout. On Monday, January 14:, "The Romany Rye," the great est effort cf the talented editor of the referee, will be placed on the boards for a week's run. The sale of seats will commence Saturday at 0 o'closk. The "Mountain Pink" company will re turn to St. Paul on Saturday, giving: a matinee performance and a performance in tho evening. The sale of seats will begin at 9 o'clock to-morrow morning. Court Martial. A general court martial is appointed to meet at Fort Pembina, D. T., at 10 o'clock a. m., on Friday, the 18lh day of January, 1884, or as soon thereafter as practicable, for the trial of such persons as may be brought before it by authority from the headquarters of the department of Da kota. DETAIL FOE THE OOUET. 1. Major George M. Brayton, 15th in fantry. 2. Captain Cass Durham, 18th infantry 3. Captain Henry 0. Perley, medical department. 4. 1st Lieutenant Gaorge A. Cornish, 15 th infantry. 5. 2d Lieutenant Edwin F. Glenn, 25th infantry. 6. 2d Lieutenant Edward Loyd, 15th infantry. 1st Lieutenant George F. Cooke, 15th infantry, judge advocate. A Test Case. The treasurer of OJmstead county, with headquarters at Rochester, refusing to va cate that office January 1,1884, in compli ance with the provisions of the new -in stitutional amendment to that effect, and insisting upon retaining his position to March 1, the close of the original term for which he was elected, a writ of quo warran to has been issued in the supreme court to test his rights. The case will be argued in the supreme court this afternoon, At torney General Hahn appearing for the state and the contestant by able counsel. As the oase is a test one involving the term of office of county auditors, treasurers and schwol superintendents throughout the state, oo isidersble inter est gathers about the hearing and decision. Scotchmen! The regular iconthly meeting of the Saint An drew's Society of St. Paul, will be held at Dru ids' HaU, 871 Jackson street, on Friday, the llth instaiit, at 7:80 p. m. A fufi attendance is requested. Byorde'*, J. C. Mtkon, Secretary. Another Kedmctlon in Fuel. Griggs & Foster, 41 East Third street, corner Cedar, have again reduced the price of we >d, as follows: Dry Maple, $6; Birch and Oak, $4.75; Mized Ash and Elm, $8.75; Basswood, $3; Dry* Pine slabs, $8. All delivered at your door. THE ST. PAUL DAILY GLOBE, THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY iO, 1884. The C'.miri'j Presidential Campaign. £t. Paul, Minn., Jan. 9, 1884. To the Editor of the Globs: I regret that in your editorial comments upon the Democratic senatorial caucus at Columbus, Ohio, last evening, which gave the position of United States senator to Henry B. Patne, yen auspicate him as the presidential nominee of the party in 1884. In common with many Democrats, I re gard the selection of Mr. Payne especially as against Mr. Pendleton, a civil service reformer, and at this juncture to be pscu liary unwise, therefore unfortunate. Mr. P's. character, ability and Democracy have never been challenged. He is, however practically connected with the mightiest and meanest monopoly in Amc sa. More over, the "rest of mankind" a. a growing jealous of Ohio as the step-mother of pres idents and effigies of presidents. The coming presideaiial election will be the initial struggle between the people and despotism; between political morality and immorality, capping aud crowning which, and motive to the nomination is the too long deferred resolution to redress the mountainous outrage of 187G. The battle will be fought in New York. If Mr. Tilden should peremptorily decline, my own judgment is that the national convention should fix upon some such man cs Abram S. Hewitt, whose science and practical familiarity with the economics which will control the next election, has been both proved and approved. The people are not yet educated upon thos9 questions about which legislation 6hould "go slow." Platforms have too loDg "kept the word of promise" only to the "ear," and we of the rank*, having be come distrustful of generalitte, begia to "mean business." It is, therefore, greatly important that the candidate ahull ba acceptable to the business interests of the country. Patriot ism meacs selfishness, and whatever fos ters and stabiliates the business of tho people at large, without regard to special ties or section?, will meet their approval, and nothing so f ally assures success as the selection of the right man, who can afford to be right without favoritism of particu lar view3 or sections. Yours, John B. Buisbin. 3Che Vice i4«-j;al Party. Tobonto, Jan. 9. —The governor general and lady and suite arrived at Union sta tion at 3 this morning nearly 5 hours lata, although four locomotives were attached to the train, owing to the heavy snow storm. The vice regal party were met by the lieutenant governor and were imme diately driven to the government hou*e. Their excellencies will be entertained at dinner tit the governor's h use to-night. A distinguished company will be present. A Kemarkable Kscpe. Mrs. Mary A. Dailey, of Tunkhannock, Pa., was afflicted for six years with Asthma and Bronchitis, during which time the beet physi cians could give no relief. Her life was des paired of, until in last October she procured a Bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery, when im mediate relief was felt, and by continuing its use for a short time she was completely cured, gaining in flesh 50 lbs. in a fow months. Free Trial Bottles of this certain cure of all Throat and Lung Diseases at Lambie & Bethune's Drugstore. Large Bottles #1.00. New Yobk, Jan. y.—Schedules in the as signment of Fanny Halsey, individually and as sole representative of Halsey & Allen dyes, show liabilities of $125,891. Actual asset3 $80,086. Among the princi pal creditors are the Seventh Ward Na tional bank $23,000, and Phoenix National bank $100,000. Cleveland, Jan. 9. —The Chagrin Falls Paper company, established for ten years, has failed. Assets $50,000; liabilities are greater, but how much is not stated. De pression in trade was the cause of the failure. Watson & Rice, Eeal Estate and Fire Insuraacs, have removed to 263 Jackson street, corner of Fifth street. Turner (Hall. Grand Masquerade of the St. Paul Turnverein, Tkarsday, January 24,1884. Admission to hall, one persen, tl; to gaBery, $1. Beserved seats in the hall, $2. Only masques will be admitted to the floor. liucklin's Arelca Halve The greatest medical wonder of the world. Warranted to speedBy cure Burus, Bruises, Cuts, Ulcers, Salt Bheum, Fever Sores, Cancers, PBes, Chiliblains, Corns, Tetter, Chapped Hands and all skin eruptions, guaranteed to cure in every instance, or money refunded; 25 cents per box. For sale by Lambie & Bethune. Masonic. A regalar communication of Ancient Land mark Lodge, No. 5, A.*. F.-. & A.*. M."., will be held ia Masonic Hall, this (Thursday) even ing, ?t 7:50 o'clock. Work in the F.". C.-. decree. By order of the W.'. M.'. Wm. Dampiee, Secretary. For Croup give Allen's Cough Balsam. AU genuine bears the signature of J. P. AUen, drug gist, tit. Paul, Minn. These are s-oliu F.tcts. The best blood purifier and .-ystem regulator ever placed within the reach of suffering hu manity, truly is Eie-.?tric Bitters. Inactivity of the Liver, Bilious-sess, Jaundice, Constipation, Weak Kidneys, or any disease of the urinary organs, or who ever requires an appetizer, tonic or mild stimulant, will always find Electric Bit ters tho best and only certain euro known. They act surely and quickly, every bottle guar anteed to give ontipi satisfaction or money re fmi ded. Sold at hfty cents a bottle by Lambie -V Bethune. P % Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. A marvel of puri ty, strength and wholesomenees. More economi cal than t*e ordinary kinds, and cannot be sr.ld in competition with the multitudes of low test, short weight, alum or phosphate powders. Sold only in cans. BovAXi Bakino Powbeb Co., 106 WaB street. New York. Teeth extracted without pain. All work guar anteed. Dr. CuBum, 41 East 8d St., Cor. Cedar- j BUD. — HASKELL—In West St. Paul, January 9, 1884, Alice eldest child of William and Christine BaskeU, aged 13 years, 2 months and 6 days. Funeral private. XSAL KSTATS. We shall have for rent in the new Rice Building, corner Fifth and Jackson street, about the First of January, A NQ3BY OFFICE! having more space than we re quire. We expect to move into our new. quarters there, the first ot the year, and shal 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 advantage. MONEY TO LOAN on im proved cifcy property. UAH & num. Gilfiiian Elo DAVIS & BROWN. Seal km ail Mortgage Loans MQ Jaekaon Striat, Si. Paul, Minn. InvniEmonts made and taxes paid for aor. residence. WILLIAM G. ROBERTSON, REAL \E8TATE AND FINANCIAL AGENT, (Successor to D. A. Eobertson & Co., the oldest real estate agency in Minnesota.) le. 7 McQoiikn Block cor. U £Wabasha\i W. H. E. JOHNSTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW, AND REAL ESTATE BJROKEE 358 Jackson Street. A. V. TEEPLE, bal late sal ta Broker No. 68 East Third Street, 8T. PAUL, - - - MINN. HEZEKIAH HALL, (Twelve years established in St. Paul as) BEil ESTATE AND MONET BROKER, Corner Third and Bobert streets, in the Savings Bank block, ST. PAUL, MINN. N. B.—Special attention given to property and interests of non-resident clients. Investments guaranteed to net 7 per cent. Capitalists will do weB to correspond. 864 R. W. JOHNSON, Seal Estate Agent, Msrmheimer Block, Boom 11. 3T. PAUL. - - - MINN ESTATE OF JOHN F. M'INTOSH. Administrator's Sale. On Monday, January 14, 1884, at 10a. m. acd in front of the butcher shop of Messrs. Davis & McAuley, on Bobert street, between .Fifth and Sixth streets, in the city of St. Paul, in !lam*ey county. Stata of Minnesota, being at No. 8.^1 said Bobert street, and pursuant to the cider of the prob.te court of sai.i Bamsey couni . in the matter of the estato of said John. F. Mcintosh, deceased, I, the undereicged, as the administrator of siid estate, will seB ai puoiiu aatiov to the highest bidder for cash, the folinw tng described personal property: Thai certain trotting horse known as "ButCiiur Jim"; 1 r;r:iy horse called "Charley"; 1 bay horse called "Frank''; 1 black horse called 'Dan," and I black horse caUed"Kitty";8sets fingloharness; 2 sa;s double harness; 1 single buggy; '. Fewir.tf machine wagon; 1 lumber wag'«i; 1 hay rack; 1 heavy meat wagon; 1 single sleigh;! bob i-ieijih; 1 cutter; 1 pnir double bobs; I wholesale meat wagon; 1 hand truck; 1 coal stove; 1 pair scales; 1 safe; 1 office stove; 1 letter press. To any one wishing I vail furnish an inspection of said property. UBI L. LAMPBEY, Administrator of estate of John F. Mcintosh, deceased. 6-14 BRISBIN & FARWELL, Law Office. BOOTHS, Cor. of Wabashaw and Fourth street, Over Express Office 270 flIQ PlYlrWIN! OSNNEY & HUDNEK m aM m tfk llixi Strati Opposite fllnf.icjri-ilitvn Botftt AND Commercial Institute. This institution is the "Grove Lake Academj of Individual Instruction," which by a bb9ra bonus of land and money by the people of Saui Center is now located on the banks of Sauk lake, one and a half miles from the village. Tht school will enter on its seventh ye and resume business on Monday, September 8 This school has been a complete success, an has given to its patrons entire satisfaction. No classes. Pupils recite alone in private roo:n Beforen> to the business and professions men of Center. It wdl pay parents wno have sons educate from home to send for cuiar and rules of this institution. We have mple accommj dation|foreighty (SO) boarders THE PBINCIPAL. BEST TEETH $8. FIVE CENTS A LIM — —— SITUATIONS WANTED. Pemales. \\~ r ANTED—A situation as nnrse girl to go *"' .South, can be seen from two to four, at 135 Wret Fifth street. fe-14 3I<tUs. \\f ANTED—A situation as coachman, by a v y man who thoroughly understands the susiness, has had Ion* experience. Best of refer f Address M. Dempscy, Globe office. ANTED—A situation by a young Sco' c h Canadian, aged 19. Has been a year at the hardware business: Is strictly honest, will- Sive. Any honest employment wiU Address B, Globe office. S32* TTjATIONb OPFEB.ED. Males. ID—A respectable young man (Cana- I age 80, desires employment of some turn 3 hand to most ay thing. Can office, store, laundry or restaurant, y in brass band. Considering the , would be satisridl if board bill was paid. Please address T. Clark, general debvery, \V T AN TED—Shoemaker wanted, 559 Bice Female*. \ V? ANTED—A Kirl to do housework in a > v email f imily. 385 Hefissnt ave. 9-11 fcSTANfED—A girl who can cook and do v v laundry work, at 513 Stillwater. 9-15 VST ANTED—Girl for housework in sma <? family. No. 299 Williams street. 8 v?'ANTED —A girl for gei iwori *V Apply from l to 4 p. m.. at No. 22 t street. ' 3* TO RKffr Utilise* 170a BENT- 512 a month. Uousss in Ash 1 tor: & Sherburne's addition, F. Allis, i ftUfillan block. " 10-14 1 i^Oii BENT —& honse of 8 rooms aud b &J the corner of Sixth and Wacouta street Inquire at 241 Pearl *£:.- ?t. 9-12 i^OUBENT— A furnished dwelling house; cei trally located. Applv to George 11. Smii & Co., No. 105 East Seventh street. 8 10 Jj*OB KENT—A boardiug house of sixteen rooms. Will rent from now untl the first of May tor £3". No 222 Aokar streqt. 345* fa OB KENT—A large house, 542 Cedar street. ■• to old No. 119 Jeefrfae at. 202- Sj^OB L>.NT—House partly or whoUy fnrn i ished. Well located. Bent S45 or $50 per month. Address, Rent, Globe office. 3i)7* V, BENT—A cottage with four rooms, 1. pantry and closets, good water and every convenience. Apply to J. C. McCarthy, Sixth wo*^ 270* T«*il^r>T —House of six rooms on Ohio street. Inquire of P. It. McBonnaH, grocer, corner George and Ohio streets, Sixth ward. 175^ FOB BENT—The Weber residence at White Bear Lake, furnished or unfurnished. . Ap ply at Bamuley's Pavilion, Cottage Park station, vv'Hto Bear lake. '. j -* I Booms, OOMS FOB BENT—Two famished rooms. Address Lodging, Globe office. 307* Oil SALE—MeconrJ-hand cigar moulds, at Grunhager. & Fray's, corner Sixth and Bo bert streets. 8-21 Ij^OB SALE —11 furnished rooms, centrally SH located, with extra low rent. Inquire 145 East Seventh street. 4* SEAL ESTATE. XT' OB^SlXE^West St. Paul—28 acres at only jl $300 per acre. Most aB be sold in one piere. E. S. Norton, 322 Jackson street. 9-10 TTTEST ST. PAUL—A few lots left at low VV fig-re. E. S. Norton, 82S Jackson 6treet. 940^ W' E are stiU holding a larga list of West Side property at the old prices in any and all parts of the ward on easy terms. Come early. LawtonBros. &12 Sfc-CUBE your home now, while property is cheap: lots in the Sixth ward from $200 up at $25 cash and $5 per month. Paul Martin & Co., end of bridge. 6-12 IT^OB SALE—The foBowing desirable lote: P lote corner Pleasant avenue and Sixth street 2 lots on Bice street, between Igiehart and TB top. streets; 10 lote in Irvine's Second addition fonting on Seventh street, (end of bridge); 1% los in Irvine's addition to West St. Paul; also, a weB eetabUshed paying business. Apply to fileorgo W. TurnbuU, 848 Exchange street; city: 223* LOTS and money to buUd on monthly pay ments. Pioneer Bnildiu^ Society, S58 Jcckson street. 12P I 1ST your property for saLs and ordare foi I .* purchases with Geo. II. Hasrard, Bra! Estate ?.n& Loan Airent, 170 East Third street, .. Patd. 80' C OTS $25 cash and $5 per month on the 2.J Wef.-t side, Paul Martin & Co., ead of bridge. 6-12 lAXi, MONEY LOANED oj! furniture, pii.nje, in residence without re moval. E. & F. Peters, 288 Sibley street, oppo site Union depot. 800* IOANS on Life Ins. Policies. L. P. Van U Norman, No. 245, 1st Ave S. Minneapolis. HO RS PS. UST ABHIVED—At HiB & Beating's new barn, Seven Corners, two car loads of first class heavy draft and driving horses. Please flive us i call and see for yourselves. HiU & Eea b.f. 9-^2 MISCELLANEOUS. WANTED TO BUY—Second-hand cylinder desk. Address John, care Daily Globe. 10-12 "\T"0 i ICE —I will not be responsible for any .Li one contracting debts in my name. P. Leo. 12__ C MULLEN'S LIVKBY, JSos. 23 at.d 25 West I Fourth street —The fiuest vehicles of aU kinds in the Northwest. Coachmen with or -without livery; a competent agent to attend car riages at parties, opera, weddings, etc.; a first class colored man, Bruce Bryant, to attend d<;or at parties and receptions. Invitations delivered with promptness and dispatch. K. P. Cullen. 8-98 FIBST CLASS day board at International Hotel, comer Seventh and Jackson streets. $4.50 per week. 351-84 Tj'CP. -'ALE OB BENT—105 acres, one mile JU from postorfics; b6st stone quarry in Bice connty. I furnish all stone for state institu tions, Shattuck schools, St. Mary''- Hall and all pubUc buBding3, located here patent lime kils, fonf dweBings, one st no, one frani9 bam, one st no barn connected w tb blacksmith shop, etc. Twent -five acres, containing the quarry and im prov ments, wiB bo sold or rented separately, if desired. Beason for soiling—old age and poor health. Apply to Philip Cromer, Faribault, ■VTin^. TSp* NOTICE. The annual meeting of the Stockholders of the Sainr Paul Gas Light Companv, wdl be held at their office, No. 130 East Third street, on Wed nesday, the 16th day of January, at 10 o'clotk, a. m., for the purpose of electing three Direc tors for the ensuing year and to traneact such other business as may come before them. A. J. G0CT)B1CH, Secretary. December 25,1883. 26-dec EOCTX AITD SHO] VSLLTTZB. SCHLIEK & CO.. 10. 89 EAST THIRD SIlffiT, LEADING SHOE HOTJSEOF ST. PAUL Sew Fall Stock Just Jtectirai. Tho Largest and only complete stock in the Northwest Agency for BUBT'8, "Grays and Beynold's" fine shoes. JEV&I5SS8 COLLStfUS. AND TSLBGRAPHIO INSTITUTE Kas long since eetabnahed Its claims to public favor and Iias now entered upon lta 18th year ana* tho moat favorable auspices. Send ror catalogue giving fall particulars. Cor. 3d and Jackson W. A. FADDIS Prlcclpst. l^^J£^^JX,OKINGr. 8TA.NL>Ailij HOALKfe. FAIHBANI ECLI err andabd s gyp. begulati no su./» les 7 i isrr> aiix. i FAIRBANKS, iuBol&Cu., • 371 & 373 NOYES BROS. & CUTLER^ IMPORTERS & WHOLESALE DBUGGI8T8, 68 and 70 Sibley Street, Gor-ner Fifth, - - - St. Paul Mi\ whole impobtebs and jobbers of Stationtfy, Druggists' Sundries and Toys, 407 SIBLEY STREET, ST. PAUL, MINN. Wea3sohav9 the sole control of the merchandise constituting the stock of tha T. 8 WHITE STATIONERY COMPANY, which must be sold to clof-e their business. \Y> rrrtire floor of our new Bt»re 407 Sibley street, to its display and offer yon some big bargains. Call and see us. MUSICAL IHSTBTJM2N TB. PIANOS. it Sol! iw Mils ffii Bisl in i m I knoir of nens superior to the Weber and nore that oan com pote with thorn for durability.—Teroea Carreno. Tho tone of the Wober Piano ie et, rich and aympathctio. yet so full, that I shall miik you as the greatest manufau. turer of the day.—Emma Thursby. Weber Pianos excel all others in volume of tone and in power of expression.—B. Liebling. There are no Pianos in the world that sub tain the voioe like tht Weber.—Kmrna Abbott. B. C. MUNGER, Agent, St. Paul. Send t r-r Cataiotmoa. TANNERS. James McMillan & Co., Proprietors of the MINNNEAPOLIS SHEEPSKIN TANNERY, AND DEALEBS IN HIDES, SHEEP PELTS, WOOL AND FUBS, 109 First Auenue South, MINNKAI'OI.IS, MINN. Shiomnnts solicited. Write *or d'onlaro. TAiLOBnre. Si TaflorimL "? H^b_ STREET CeTRlCT WORK. Proposals vriil be received until 12 m , January 14, 1884, at the officeofthe Board of Water Corn oners, 28 Bast Fifth street, for construct ing Bate ewer at Yaflsais Late, in accordance with plans aud specifications on fi'o in tho oiiice of Engineer of said Board of Water Commissioners. A bond of 2) per cent, of the amount bid must accompanv each proposal. Tha Board of Water Commissioners reserve the right to reject auy and all bids. L. W. BUNDLETT, 5-14 Engfteer of Board. CONTRACT WORL Proposals will be received until 12 m., Janu ary, 14, 1884, at the office of the Board of Water Commissioners, 23 East Fifth street, for Grading and Ditching, along Line of Bight of Way of Water Works, from end of conduit to Mississippi street, in ac cordance with plans and specifications on file in the office of Engineer of said Board of Water Commissioners. A bond of £0 per cent, of the amount bid must accompany each proposal. The Board of Water Commissioners reserve the right to reject any a^d aU bids. L. W. BUNDLETT, 5-14 Engineer of Board. MUSICAL INSTBUCTION. DUKE F. SMITH INSTBUCTOB OF PIANO-FORTE. PupU of the eminent pianist, and teacher, 8. B. Mills, of New York, and for several years a teacher in welt known educational institutions, and of private classes, most respectfully tenders his services to those desiring a thoroughly com petent, experienced and conscientious teacher. TEBMS: Twenty lessons (one hour) $40 0#0 Twenty lessons (half hour) 25 000 Orders may be left at my 6ludio, over R. C, Mnn^er'smnaic etore, Ml B. Third street. 206 TODIBTAKSBI STEES BROS.. [Established 1850.] atannfacturere of Furniture. Live Oeeee Feeth i era and Mattresses. Fvr.orH Directore." 'Sole Age-nts for Me f?llif: Burial Caskets atd C.isf.6, r;!otb and Wood Caskets. Corner Third and Mine: FUEL DEALEBS. Full Weight and Measure Guarantied by 41 East Third street. Established in 1864. COIL & WOOD vVilli w li VW At bottom pricee. Orate and egg $9.75, stove $10; Nut $10, Briar Hill, $8.50. All grades of fresh mined bituminous coal at equally !«ws prices. MaplG, 16; Birch and Oair. '4 7", Mixed, $3.75; Basswood, $3; Dry Pine Slabs, $3. CGSTUMX* THEATRICAL AND IISPUBI. EMPORIUM? Dffn TMra w, St. Piei I respectfully invite the attention of ladlei and gentlemen to my largij, moet complete at.i elegant stock of new Masquerade Costume*, foi bails, parties, tkeatricalperforE&ncea, old foBxs sinc&rts, t3bleaua, &c. Masks st whole&ue. Country partiee, send for list and prices, ~p> .t (yn^ctTnsr STJPERIOKr Coal and Iron Co. Wholesale and Beta!I Dealers li deal. Wood, CMe asfl Pig Iroa T. D. BARTON, AGENT, 354 Jackson Street. St. Paol