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DAILY WKATHKK Bt.LI.KTJ.2x. Office Chik? Signal Ofkoeb. WASHlNiiO-, D. C, JJan. 19 3» >t p. DO. Observations taken at th* same moment of time at all stations. MIFSltfSmi VAXLCT. Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather. St. Paul 30.45 -5 W Clea-. 8t.Louis 80.46 25 NW Cloudy. La C-o«.e 30.41 0 NW Clear. HourcrwxsT. Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather. Bhinarck 80.45 2 Clear. Ft. Garry 30-39 -6 N Clear. Minnadosa 30.45 -10 NW Clear. Moorhead 80.30 -11 Clear. Quapelle 80.52 -2 SW Clear. 8t. Vincent 80.36 -6 NW Clear. 30BTHBBN BOGEY MOTJKTAIN SLOPE. B«. Ther. Wind. Weather. Ft. AseiriaboiDO..80.51 13 NW Clear. £<t. Buford 80.49 1 W Clear. Ft Custer 30.54 23 W Clear. Helena, M. T...30.63 8 Clear. Hnron, Dak 80.48 9 SE Clear. Medicine Hat.... 30.46 7 SW Clear. TJFFEB LAKES. Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather. Duluth 80.35 -4 SW Clear. Chicago 80.3G 9 NW Clear. MIDDLE EASTHEN BOGEY MOUNTAIN BLOPE. Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather. Denver 80.46 16 S Clear. Dodge City 80.50 17 W Clear. MIBSOUBI VALLEY. Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather. Leavenworth.... 80.56 8 W Clear. Omaha 80.63 6 Clear. DAILY LOCAL MASS- Bar. ;'.'<)•. Dew Point. Wind. Weal 30.472 —3-9 .—6.0 " NW Clear. Amount of melted enow ...; maximum iner momjtet, 12.5;' .-•:.£;murn thermometer, —9.5; daily r River, ire -Below zero. Note—Barometer coneoted for temperature B'id elevati" i P. F. Lyokb, Uevsesnt Corps, U. 8. A. TO-DAY'3 WEATHEB. Washington, Jan. 20.—1 a. m.—Indications for the upper Mississippi: Fair weather, west ward becoming variable, falling barem t r gen erally warmer. Mississippi valley: Fairwea'her, variable winds falling, followed by rising bai ome ter, generally warmer. ""CITS-OXOBHI.B8. Street oars will commence ru t on Grand avenue to-day. Noil C. Murray, from Devil's Lake, 13 in St. Paul on a brief visit. A $500 baok pension was received at the adjutant general's office yesterday. Tho rush for saloon licenses is becoming lively, 340 having been issued up to yes terday. Mrs. Ga:;. Snyder, of west Sixth street, who fell and broke her arm last we< convalescent. A special meeting of the board of edu cation will be held at 7:30 o'clock to-mor row evening. Mr. W. J. Freaney returned last IB from a ; rotraeted visit to his former homo ut Indianapolis, Ind. Chief Black on yesterday appointed Peter McStay to the position of pipeman of company No. 5, vice Nick Duneue. Dr. Griswold is to epeak at the gOBpel meeting and song service, held at the Y. M. C. A. rooms this afternoon at 4 o'olock. Commir.sioner Schliek, of the tire e partmsnt, purchased a now horse for general use yesterday, the price paid be 6260. . -fohvi Marukereporis the loss of a certificate of deposit for $2,400. The finder will be rewarded by leaving the same at the city hall. The annual insurance statements of companies doing business in this state are coming iu quite briskly to State Insuranca Commissioner A. R. McGill. Wm. C. Walah, of the fire department, has been assigned to take charge of the new engine house iu west St. Paul until ar rangements are completed to ocoupy it. Clara Sohu'arz's suit for divoroe from Carl Conrad Schwarz alias Tobias Conrad Schwarz, for desertion, was argued and submitted in the special term of the dis trict court yesterday. • An action was begun in the United States oircmt oourt yesterday by J. D. Martin & Co., of Cleveland, Ohio, against the Northwestern Fuel company, to en force the fulfillment of a oontraot, the damages being laid at $15,000. The last new railroad to St. Paul filed articles of incorporation with the sec retary of slate yesterday with a oapital stock of $1,000,000, and is to ran into St. Paul from the Iowa state line in Fillmore oounty via Lanesboro and Rochester. Miriam White has filed a suit against Sheriff H. O'Gorman, in the distriot court, to recover one black horse "Jumbo," twelve ye.nrs old and weighing 1,000 pounds, whioh he claims defendant will not deliver to him,or wants $100 judgment to make him satisfied. Mr. T. C. Horton, formerly of Indian, apolis, who has been selected by the Pres byterian alliance to take charge ol the chapels 02 Fort street and harvester works, will commence his labors in this city to-day. John B. Cook & Son have recognized a long folt want by establishing an omnibus line from Bridge square to Dakota and Isabel aveuues on the west side. The fare will be ten cents, and tha time card ap pears in our advertising columns. Nothing will put life into horseflesh on a cold day like a brass band coming down a -street with every mouthpieoe in agita tion. Every ariBtooratic animal at once becomes a Mazeppa, and every old dray nag a Bucephelus. It was hard to hold these electrified equines on Wabashaw street yesterday afternoon, and the won der was they didn't get away and smash things. To be Made to Divy. Charles V. Dnther filed a complaint in the district court yesterday against Chas. S. Banker and wife, to compel the payment of $1,200, loaned, and the fulfil ment of contract, to pay him one-half the profits of a real eBtate investment carried on with this loan. This $1,200 purchased lot 4, in Collins' addition of ontlots, and was famished by plaintiff, under oontraot that it should be paid back from the first money received by defendant in the sale of the twenty-eight lots, into which he was to divide this property up, and that ha should afterwards go him halves in the further sale of these lots. The complaint alleges that Banker has reoeived $1,394 in cash and $1,600 in notes, the plaintiff knows of, and probably more that he does not certainly know of, and that he has neither paid the loaned money nor made the contract division. He, the plaintiff, prays the court to deoree that the lots re maining be sold at auction, and the de fendant be compelled to pay the loan and make division of gains, as he contracted. "M'Liss," " The child of the Sierras," a moat costly and attractive novelty is now given away to purchas ers of Teas and Coffees, by the Great Atlantic aud Pacific Tea Company, 47 East Third street. Don't fail to secure one. For BUious affections take Allen's Iron Tonic 1 Bitters. All genuine bear the signature of J. P. I < Allen, Druggist, St. Faul, Minn. j : AMUSEMENTS. The love for spectacular effect enter tained by the publio at large, was fully demonstrated last week in the very large audiences that assembled at the Grand to witness the performance of the "Romany Rye," a drama whioh has held the boards throughout the week. Aside from the mere sensational features and scenic effects, the drama contains a fairly coherent plot and several strong situations, which, in the keeping of good company, may be made very entertaining aDd 'effective. So far as scenic display is ooncerned there is no occasion for fault finding, for it is generally conceded that the mounting of the play was the best ever seen in St. Paul. Artistically considered, it is to be regretted that the same cannot be said with regard to the aoting. But this, perhaps, would be asking too much, and an entertainment oombining both dramatic construction and fine aoting is a consummation to be looked for in the ideal futures The "Romany Rye" was fairly put on the boards, however, and it furnished entertainment for a very large proportion of the amusement patrons of St. Paul. It possesses the redeeming fea tures of stirring action, sprightly dia logue, and sensational situations, which together with fine scenery are bound to make it "go" in spite of the dramatic short comings of the oompany. ONLY A FAEMEBo' DAUGHTEB. The outlook for the coming week, from an amusement standpoint, is rather slim. The "Only a Farmers' Daughter" company are announced to appear at the Grand for two nights and a matinee, commencing on Tuesday evening. As this play has been given in St. Paul before, the amusement patrons of the oity aie conversant with its qualities, and it is therefore not necessary to allude to its merits at length. It ia understood that the present company is one of exception al merit and that interestiag play is pre eented in a first-claB3 manner. Dramatie Notes. Don Piatt's drama, "Keno," is a fizzle. M. Fonie, the French baritone, is se riously ill with bronchitis. Booih and Barrett have been playing to large audiences in New York. "Pop" wbs played in Chicago last week, and the cr.tics give it a roasting. Mrs. La^gtry's profits this season are said to have been not less than $2,000 per week. JSJJsie Mnrphy, the Hibernian actor, played to good audienoes in Chicago last week. Miss Latham appears in New York this week in ths new drama entitled "The Love Chase." "Deception," a new play, was produced at Wallatk's theater, New York, last Thursday. R-iymond appeared in his play "For Congress," in New York last week to larg.. audiences, Lotta maintains her success in the ss. She h;,s full houses, but they .1 crowded. Minnie Palmer is crowding the Strand theater nightly, and is the ra^.e with Limdon dudes. "Siberia," Bartley Campbell's new play, was brought out in Chicago last week, a:.".. it made a decided hit. "Passion's Slave," produced in New Yo k lust week, is Bpokeu of as a concoction c-i vulgarity and illiteracy. Mnry Auderson is to bring out a ne - play iu London, by Gilbert, the title bein H "Tragedy and Comedy." Irving'sOhi-ago engagement olosed last week, and it is swollen of as a great finan cial and dramatic success. The Prince of Whales occupied a box at the Opera Comique, London, Jan. 14, to see Lotta in "Little Noil 4 " Gilbert & Sullivan's new opera, the "Princes Ida" will be produced 3n Ne* York shortly by John Stetson. Henry Ward Beecher and family wi: nessed "Hamlet," as performed by Booth, in New York last Monday evening. Minne Palmer reappsared in London, January 14, playing in "My Sweetheart" at the Standard theatre. There was a fail house. The Fay Templeton Opera company ap peared in Chioago last week, and the fes tive Fay conquered all hearts by her wit and beauty. Patti and Gerster appeared together in ' "The Huguenots," in New York last week, and the rendering of the opera is declared not remarkable. Miss Mary Anderson plays "Clarice" next Saturday in Gilbert's new drama "Comedy and Tragedy." The event is looked forward to with much interest. The scenery, baggage and receipts of the Rentz-Stanley troupe were attached at Elgiu, III., Jan. 9, to satisfy^ claim of $90 s«id to be due Alice Sutherland, ot Chicago. Madame Vulda made a hit in Verdi's "Ernani" in Italian opera in Paris. She was formerly Miss Wheelook of Boston, and is a neice of State Senator Merrill, of Sifassaohusetts. The Seventh Street Opera house has been leased by Simon, the well kntwn pawnbroker, of Jackson street. The name of this popular amusement resort will be shanged to the Olympic, and it will be formally opened on the 27th inst. Charles Armstrong was admitted to the Episcopal hospital, Philadelphia, Jan. 6, suffering from a lacerated shoulder, in flicted by a tiger at Adum Forepaugh's winter quarters. Arms'rong was cleaning the animal's cage when he was attacked. A special attraction is announoed for the Seventh Street Opera honse the ensuing week in the appearance of Lottie Beau mont aud her Female Mastodon oompany, embracing thirty-five performers. The engagement opens on Wednesday evening. The oompany is very highly spoken of by the press wherever they have given exhibi t^nis. The Philadelphia train which left Buf falo at 8 a. m. Jan. 13, with Minnie Hank and her company on board, encountered a fearful storm and struok a snowdrift five miies from Dunkirk, the enow covering the entire train and locomotive up to the top, completely snowing up the passengers for seven hours. Che proprietor of a holel at Dunkirk, learning that Minnie Hauk was on board the train, brought provisions for the passengers, who, after being detained ' nine hours, prooeeded to Pittsburg. On Christmas eve, Mary Anderson gave each member of the oompany supporting her a handsomely bound copy of the works of some celebrated poet, bearing her au tograph. Tc Ruby Maud, the child ap pearing in "A Sheep in Wolf's Clothing," she gave a beautiful doll; to her stage manager she gave a gold watch and chain; and to each of the subordinates an en velope containing a piece of gold and a card wishinsr the recipient "A Merry Christmas." J. H. Barnes acknowledged ;he gifts in a little speech of thanks.which THE ST. PAUL SXJ1TDAT GLOBE, SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 20, 1884. W2S followed by "three cheers for Mary Anderson." Marie Columbier, in her preface to the uinety-first edition of her work, "Sarah Barcum," says that for the sake of Sarah Bernhardt she laft her relations, facing much calamity, and went to America at great personal sacrifice. M'me. Bern hardt, ehe says, requited her devotior by summoning her before a court fo money which was not due hsr, and by reducing her to such straits that even her clothes were seized for debt. M'lle Colum bier denies that she betrayed the friend ship of M'me Bernhardt. "If M'me Bern hardt," she says, "on finding that book unpleasant had come to me alone to seek reprisals it would have been plucky, and I would have faced her, turning her comio performance into a comedy." Streetcar Extension. The new street car line from the corner of Dale and Laurel avenues, to Tictoria and Grand, will be formally opened at 2 p. m. on Monday St. Anthony hill cars leaving the union depot at 2 p. m., which carry a red hag, will make a transfer of passengers at the street car bams, corner of Dale and Laurel avenues. Visitors at the opening ceremonies will need to take the red flags 2 p. m. cars. The regular operation of the new line will be a trip once an hoar. A red fhg on the St. Anthony hiU cbtb will be the regular plan for notifying the public as to which cars will make connections with the new Grand avenue line. Persons taking red flag cars will not have to wait for transfer. A Big Break In shoes at E. H. Schliek's, 831 Wabashaw street. We must make room for our new stock. Come acd get low price-. A Startling Discovery. Physicians are often startled by remarkable discoveries. The fact that Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption and all Throat and Lung diseases ia daily curing patients that they have given up to die, is startling them to realize their sense of duty, and examine into the merits of tnis wonderful discovery, resulting in hun dreds of our best physicians using it in their practice. Trial bottles free at Lambie & Be thune's drug store. Regular size $1. Pare Water. Residents of St. Anthony hill who have to buy water can obtain a better and cheaper article at the Lookout, heal of Ramsey Street, 403 Sum mit avenue. Call and see tests showing the purity of the water in comparison with others. Boots, Boots, Boots. A fine 'ine of Curtis & Wheeler's hand sewed boots just received. Ccme and see them. E. H. Schliek, 881 Wabashaw, corner Fourth. Rush for E. H. Sehliek's, 38i Wabashaw street. Boots aud shoes marked down; making rooBiijjfor spring stock. DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL COMMITTEE The Meeting te Take Ptace in Washington Pen, %%d. The following call for a meeting of the Democratic National Committee has been received by Hon. P. H. Kelly,the Mmne'so '.b. member: Boston, January 12,1884. Dear Sir: A meeting of the National Demo cratic Committee w 11 be held at the Arlington House, in the City of Washington, D. C, on . 1 of February, i 584, at 12 o cloak, m., to it me and place of holding the National Democratic Co vention for the nomination of ■iiu-s for President a ,d Yice President of the United States, and for such other business as may com-: before the Ce amities. Kesii-.- s, Frkdebick O. Pbinct, Secretary National Democratic Committee. Liberal Offer. Cincinnati, 0., Jan. 19.—Nicholas LoDg worth, son of tho late Joseph Lorgworth, has tendered to the Cincinnati University for the use of the school of design, prop erty now producing $15,000 annual income provided the school with the endowments hitherto made for it by his father, will be transfe.red to a board" of trustees of the Cincinnati museum. The entire amount of property included in the endowment is from one to two hundred thousand dollar*. The board of directors of the university refused to make this transfer, when the ?a;ne offer was in<;de by Joseph Longworth, ,ut it ia said now that their objections re removed and thai the transfer will be made. DIED FELDHAUSER—At Los Angelas, Cal., Jan. 17, 18«4, Mrs. Phillip Feldhauser, aged 63 years, 2 months and 7 days. Mother of Mrs. A. Niopolt of this citv. Absolutely Pure. ?his powder never varies. A marvel of puri ■ y, strength and wholeeomeness. More economi cal thau the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold m competition with the multitudes of low test, nort weight, alum "or phosphate powders. SWd ml« in cans. Rotal Baking Powdeb Co 8 106 -Vail reef, New York. Teeth extracted without pain. All work anteed. Dr.Cnllnm, 4! East. 3d St.. Cor. PROPOSALS. Sealed proposals will be received at the office of the St. Paul Work Hr.Hse, 56 East Third stree* until 10 a. m., February 15th, 1884. For Iron Work at Saint Paul Work House. Separate bids will be received for the iron cells, and iron work in brick cells in basement complete, and for labor only. Separate bids will be received for window gratings, and separate bids for all stairs and iron doors in walls leading to dining ro^m and court. The time of the completion of the work must be stated in the bid. A bond of twenty per cent, of the bid must accompany each bid. The Board of St. Par.l Work House Directors rese ves the right to >eject auv and all bids. Plans and specifications can be seen at the of fice of E. P. Bassford, Architect, Giifillan block. Bids 6hould be addressed, GEO. W. LAMPON, President Board of St. >'aul Work House Direc tors, 56 Ea-t Third street, St. Paul, Minn. St. Paul, Jan. 15,1884. 15^28 sEvnrm st. jrau house THE WHALE BOOM! "BIGGER THAN JUMBO." GLORIOUS EVENT. GRAND OPENING. SEVENTH ST. OPERA HOUSE Wednesday, January % 1884. T OTTIE BEADMONT'S Q L FEMALE MAST0D0NO 40 YOUNG MAIDENS. 40 IN ELEVATED PRACTICAL SWINGS. All in Conjunction with Col. J. H. Wood's ELECTRIC CONGRESS. The very Head and Front of the Profession. Tke Operatic Spectacular Barl«sque Extrava ganza THE ABORIGINES. In Primitive Costumes. Forty Ladies and Gen tlemen is the great cast, A GORGEOUS AMAZON MARCH, By Lovely Maidens in refulgent blazoned grmir. Usual Matinees. Popular prices. WEST ST. PAUL OMNIBUS. AMT'ABOAKD! WEST ST. PAUL 'BOS Will leave as follows, commeuoing Monday, January 21: DAKOTA AVE. 4 BBIDOE SQUARE. ISABEL. 6j00 a. m. 6:30 a in. 7:00 a. m. 7:80 a.m. 8:00 a. m. b:lM a. m. 12 m. ifcgrj p, in. 1:00 p. m. 1:80 p. in. 2:00 p. m. 2:80 p. m. 6:00 p.m.- 6:50 p.m. 7:00 p. m. 7:80 p. m. FARI-i 10 cents; Twelve tickets, 11.00. 20-22 JOHN B. COOK ft SON. C0PART1RSHIP PT10E. The undersigned have associated themselves together under the firm name of QUINBY & ABBOTT, For the purpose of conducting a general FUR NITURE BUSINESS. We are pleased to say to the public, that we have purchased the stock, good will, etc., of the MessrB. Stees Bros., whose reputation as careful, coneientious busi ness men we hope to maintain, and trust that by mehiting the patronege of the old hou shall retain tho Bame, and secure yet additional custom by strict devotion to business. J. C. QUINBY. PHILIP ABBOTT, St. Paul, January 17, 1884. 19-21 COgTUIOiLlS kEATKK USD j #8s mn_ mi st p 2rf-- ' iadisi i to my large, moct complete r,vi .-•f now Masquerade Gostrnna h&ila, patties, theirtricrilpertormancez, old ■ :, tableaos, and for list and pi I3. ,T_ C^TTRIS'FIT' A GREAT BARGAIN ! PROFEftTYFOPt. SAlEMALEmDRiiMIS In Alexandrie, close by the Railroad station and about 142 miles from St. Paul, is for sale, three lois, 150x60 fe9t each, two fine buildir.es are erected on 6aid lots and now used for hotel and sale on business. A rushing business hai been done ever since the opening of the afL.ii ami would be a splendid chance for a qualified business man to double the amount of monej put in, in a very short time. Two largo eleva tors are erected near the station. Tho locatioi •f this property is most beautiful being located close by a fine lake. Concerning price and terms write to either to its present owner, Mr. DANIEL ANDERSON, Alexandria, Minn., or to NILSSON BROS., 817 East Seventh street, St, Paul, Minn. 10-ood-lm DUKE F. SMITH INSTRUCTOR OF PIANO-PORTE. Pupil of the eminent pianist, and teacher, 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. TERMS: Twenty lessons (one hour) $40 0*0 TweDty lessons (half hour) 25 000 Orders may be left at my studio, over R. C. Mnnt/er's Music Store, 107 E Third street. TAILORING. Hath Fiie Wm, ; l® EAST THIRD STMT. Turner Hall, Grand Masquerade of the St*. Paul Turnverein, Thursday, January 24,1884. Admission to hall, - cue person, $1; to gallery, $1. Reserved seats in the hall, $2. Only masques will be admitted to the floor. P. T. KAYANAGH. BOARDING House and Saloon at Auction. The contents of the building, No. 59 East Fourth street, near the corner of Cedar consist ing of furniture for boarding and lodging thirty five men, ab»o go d paying bar and fix tures, will be sold at auction on Monday morn ing, January 21, at li o'clock. J. M. WARNER, 20-21 Auctioneer. WARNER'S AUCTION. A LARGE Lot of New and Second-hand Furni- Ix. ture.—I wiU seU at auction at the store No. 169 eas. Seventh street (Kahn's old stand) a large lot of new and second-hand furniture, consisting in part of parlor and bedroom suites, wardrobes, sideboards, extensiou and long tables, chairs lounges, carpets, crockery, etc., etc. Sale com mences at 10 a. m., on Thursday, January 24, and continuing until all is sold. P. T. KAYANAGH. 2A-24 Auctioneer. LOST AND POUND. LOST —A black pocket book containing certi ficate of deposit No. 8857 on Bank of Min nesota, to John Marnke for $2,400; of no value to any one except owner. A Uberal reward will be paid by leaving at Police headquarters. 2' '-6 TAKEN UP—Three stray horses : one large bay h rse and one large nay mare, also, small pony with star in forehead, front feet and one hind foot white. The owner can have same by proving propert, and paying charges, at H. J. Brainard'8, New Canada road. 20:25 BEST TEETH $0* FIVE CENTS ALTO SITUATIONS WANTED. Males. A STOREKEEPER and competent bookkeep er warts to occury his leisure time posting books, etc., for mechanics or others. Add. Berendson, 87 E. 8eveuth street. 19-io A GENTLEMAN speaking French and Span- XX. ish of many years experience as bookkeep er in both wholesale and retail dry goods is open for engagement. Address R. Fring, care of Prof. Boucher, Presley block. 18-24 A^' ANTED—A situation as coachman, by a vy man who thoroughly understands ths business, has had long experience. Best of refer ences. Address M. Dempsev, Globe office. i 889* TTL' ANTED—A situation by a young Scotch ▼▼ Canadian, aged 19. Has been a year at the hardware business: Is strictly honest, will ing and active. Any honest employment will be taken. Address B, Globe office. 882* TOMMWT OTCRE Ho. 4S$ cje Te nth street, to reef, k} from F#bruary 1st. $40 per mouth. Jehn M J ._Lynch L Prosley block. 20 Bomms FOR RENT—$12 a month. Houses in Ash ton & Sherburne's addition. F. Allis, Gil tilian block. 19-20 FOR RENT—Dwelling 284 Rice, corner of Summit avenue; $85. Also, furnished dwelling, 282 Rice street, near Summit avenue: $55. Raforenc-) required. Apply at premises or to A. R. Kiefer, 19o East. Seventh street. 17* JpOB RENT—A boarding house of sixteen rooms. Wiil rent from now unt.l the first "Ijfoy tor aQ- No 222 Acker street. 345* i^OR RENT—A large house, 542 Cedar street. Apply to old No. 119 Josette st. 882 >B RENT—A Cottage with four rooma, <L" pantry and closets, good water and every convenience. Apply to J. 0. MoCarthy, Sixth warr», 270* TCEENT— House of six rooms on Ohio street. Inquire of P. B. McDonnell, grocer, oorner George and Ohio streets, Sixth ward. 175* FOR RENT—The Weber residence at W Bear Lake, fumishEid or unfurnished p>v at Hamaley's Pavilion, Cottage Park st Whiw ije&r lake. BOMBtat, TO BENT—One seven-room honse and one five-room in West St. Paul. Inquire of T. Marning, 436 Jackson street. 20* FURNISHED KOOMS for rent, 129 East Eighth street, near Robert street. 20 fj^OR KENT—A handsome furnished front room, half block from postoffice, No. 19 Fifth strf^t. • 18-20 FOR RENT—In private family, nice furnished , with or withoufcfcoard; a'so three or fouri.. ..Led rooms. CaU 426 Rice street 13* .FOR 8 4LE. PLAT in West t»t. Paul, 10 lots $1,800 cash, biggest bargains offered, all iii^'h aud dry: lota at a great bargain, West and East Seventh Jgain, A B. Wilgu* & iiro., 1154 Jackson str it. 20 CHOICE Lots on Dayton's Bluff, -heap, hy Nicolay & Pond, No. 70 Fast Third street 19-20 I^OU SALE—New seven room house on «t. JL Anthony lull, large cellar. 300 barrel cis tern, well, etc., etc. Only $600 to $700 cash, balance on easy ,, &1 .d cheap at that. E. S. No ton, 322 Jackson street. . 19-21 _ QiA ('a£h ' bl'ye stock fixtures of ►jpTfc'-Jvr confectionery and notion .-tore, at 815 Carroll street 16-22 VTICOLAY '& P6N)V'No770 East Third street, .LI offer at private sale choice business aid residence lots, houses, ar.d lots in all parts of the city, at great bargains. 19-20 E*OB SALE—A very large "Radiant HI 3 etoTO cheap. Slightly used. Suitable for a lergo store, hotel or warehouse, at Walter storff & Moritz, 188 East Seventh street. 18-20 J^OR SALE^—Second-hand cigar moulds, at _ Gruuhagen & Fr.-y's, corner aLstfi and Ro bert streets. 8-21 FOR SALE—11 furnished rooms, centrally located, with extra low rent. Inquire 145 East Seventh street. 4* HOUSES and lots on monthly payments in all parts of the city, A. B. Wilgus& Bro., 864 Jackson street. 20 PirfAXCXAL. <2niQ nonTo loan °n imp™™d HP-L-LeJ 5 v/V/V/ city property, by Nicolay & Pond, 70 East Third street. 19.2o REAL ESTATE MORTGAGES bought, and money loaned in sums to suic. L. D. Hodge, room 47, Giifillan block. 18-20 MONEY LOANED on furniture, pianos, in residence without re moval. E. A F. Peters, 283 Sibley street, oppo aite Union depot. 800* LOANS on Life Ins. Policies. L. P. Van Norman, No. 245, 1st Ave 8. Mimieapol is. KilVANAGH'S AUCTIONS. BOOTS, SHOES, CROCKERY, ETC., AT Auction—I will sell at auction, at the store 159 East Seventh street, commencing on Tues day, January 22d, at 10 o'clock a. m., a large stock of boots, shoe3, rubher bo ,te, buffalo coats, clothing, furnishing goods, groceries, crockery, glassware, tinware, ere , etc. P. T. KAYANAGH, 19-22 Auctioneer. HORSES. ttj'OR SALE—A fine large and very gentle fam- E- ily horse, also cutter, phaeton and platform wagon in first-class condition. Apply to 282 Rice streot, or to A. H. Kiefer, 190 East Seventh street 20-i!3 JUST ARUIVED—At HU1 & Eating's new barn, Seven Corners, two ca> loads of first class heavy draft and driving horses. Please give us a call and see for yourselves. Hill & eating. 9.^2 FOR SALE—Young Trotting Stock—I have several one and two-year-old colts, the get of Baymont, 1,027, son of Alden Goldsmith, 887, outof standard mares. Colts all large and rangy, fine looking, aud unmistakably showing the promise of speed. Ci. W. rfherwood. 167*-sat mouArwed MI8CELLANEO US. ■yTTANTED —Young men and ladies to learn »v shoit-hand. Ltngle & ,V. cKcight's 8ch"ol of Phonography. Fourth and Wabashaw, St. Paul; Third and Nicollet, Minneapolis. 20eodS4 l]kf ANTED—Pictures to enlarge m ink, water r •■ colors, etc., for board. Address A. B., care this office. 20-26 \%J ANTED—We want men and women every 11 where, to sell our Diamonds. No previous experience necessary. For particulars address W AKLEY & BURNETT, 237 Yine street, Cin cinnati. 15.45 JT7T Anri Poetical Plumber and • J JLiV/V/17 3 Gas Fitter, 397 Selby ave., near Western. Jobbing promptly attended u> 13-20 CULLEN'S LIVERY, Nos. 23 and 25 West Fourth street —The finest 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 door at parties and receptio 1 s. Invitation s delivered with promptness and dispatch. K. P Cullen 8-98 ' f^IRST CLASS day board at International k Hotel, corner Seventh and Jackson streets. $4.50per week. 354-84 S^OB SALE OR RENT-105 acres, one mile M. from postoffice; best stone quarry in Ric3 oounty. I furnish all stone for state institu tions, Shattuck schools, St. Mary's Hall and all public buildings, located here patent lime kiln four dwellings, one st ne, one frame barn, one st ne barn connected w th blacksmith shop, etc. Twent -five acres, containing tho quarrv and im prov mente, will be sold or rented eeparatelv, if desired. Reason for seUing—old age and poor hedth. Apply to PhiliD Cromer, Faribault. Minn. i*$4 1 | CLOTHING. The Greatest Bargains jevjejr known in CLOTHING! ARE NOW BEING OFFERED At Sattler Brothers' Assignment Sale, AT BOTH STORES, 91 East Third street, and 153 East Third street. is actually being sold at half value, in order to spee dily obtain Cash. S. BERGMAN, Assignee. PAWNBROKER. E. LYTLE," Pawnbroker & Jeweler, 41 Jackson St.,Opposite the Merohants Hotel. An.-Immense Stock of FORFEITED PLEDGES for Hai- Tdtue consisting in part of the following good*: Genttemen'sGoldWatcheB, Ladiws'Gold Watches, Silver Watches of all mak - an immense stock of Jewelry, Diamonds in Solitaire Eardrops, Kings, Veil Pins; 3leeve Ba Sauls, Coi-ar Buttons and . Crosses and Diamond Brooches, Q ,'d | !h ,. t8 and !, Music Boxes, Musical , Gold-Headed Ca as, Sterling Silver Knives Forks ai d Sp one] ' ►pera Classes, Silverware, Clocks Breech and Munle-Loa li reivers, and Novelties. Goods sent C. O. D., with privilege of examine talons ar.d Price List. " Watch Repairing, Diamond Setting and Engraving, MONEY TO LOAN ON ALL GOODS OF VALUE. B——Ba_ —a. aMBMBMBMBlMBMtMBBlMBJBlBBBBBBB.'MaBSBBBllBBBBBBB'BBBWBBBBBBBBiMSi^B.^.......-.^.^^^- — • BS ' BA SCHLIEK & CO.. NO. 89 EAST TiR!> T, Bariifjns in Boots & Shoes. St. Paul Agency for BURT'S. GRAY'S, REYNOLD'S, and Many Oti Cir 5* Muil orders promptly filled. " ' RAPHIO INST Has long sirr o o» I ■<■■... yuhlic tiiror and i.ss no* m the moat favorable nr*apioes. yen3 Ter 'woatogr.e 8TAKDABD 301 FA1RB. STANDARD SCALE B PESTE TATLOKI1S 111 a Pit fill I, sifwibd. ———. _- _ ' WHOLESALE DEALEHH. IS •BROS. & LER, iT^ifcS & WHOLESALE mtTJGGlHTS, ley Street. Corner Fifth, >,l,Min» WHOLESALE STATIONERY. fciX), HXJLJL & M o J>f~ IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF Stationery, Druggists' Sundries and Toys, 4QJT SIBLEY STREET, ST. PAU We also have the sole control of the merchandise constituting thj stock of the T. 8. Wil IT £ STATIONERY COMPANY, whioh must be sold to close their busir,. re floo Iw store 407 Sibley street, to its display and offer you aom.> I MTJ8ICAL £]J8rBUKBKT8 WEBER PIANOS. Hi* 17 Aitt 16 M it Hi Wi. I know of none superior to the Weber^and none that pete with them for d arability.—Teresa Carreno. The tone of the Weber Piano is so sweet, rich a. yet bo full, that I shall always rank you as the greate'i manufac turer cf the day.—Emma Thursby. Weber Pianos excel all others in volume of tone and in cowos of expression.—S. Liebling. There are no Pianos in the world that sustain the voice liko tht Weber.—Emma Abbott, - R. CL HUNGER, Agent, St. Paul. Send for Cetalogne*. I r ' i .-■ TANNERS. * James McMillan & Co., Proprietors of the NNNEAPOLIS SHEEPSKIN TANNERY AND DEALEB3 IN HIDES, SHEEP PELTS, WOOL^AND PUBS, 109 First Aaeaue South, MIN » S-AFOLIS MINN Shiomerits solicited. Write *or nircnlarc. BRISBIN & FARWELL, Law Office. boom; e, Cor. of Wabashaw and ■ Foarth street. Over Express Office 270 fliS FIXTi'EP IIENNEY & HUDNJER UffiuiUwftlfaft 'IMattrwti E< 3ELF-BEGULA STIND MILLS. ■ 371 ft 3 SM CUTER 4CADEMY, AND Commercial Institute. Thia institution is the "Grove Lake Academe of Individual Instruction," which by a libera. bonus of land and money by the people of Sauk Center is now located on th9 banks of Sauk lake, one and a half miles *'rorn tha village. Th* school will enter on its seventh ye and resume business on Monday, S^rtember 3 This achool has been a complete success, an baa given to its patrons entire satisfao'tor. No classes Pupils recite alone in private roo™ Referees*' to tbe business and professiona men of Center, It will pay parents who ha T e sons educate from home to send for cnlar and rolee of this institution. We have male acoomnu. dation.foreighty (80) boarders TliS PRINCIPAL.