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PA.M.- W-AIH-K 1-UJ.LETtN.
Office Citikp W-onal Offices,
Washi'/oton', D. C, Jan. 25, 9-56,' p. m.
Ob»;rr^::ons taken at the same moment of
tiina at all stations.
_?__:_ MJSSI-SIPPT VALLEY.
Bar. IW. Wind. Weathe'.
Bt. Paul 80.42 10 WS Clour.
Bt.Louis 30.64 81 8 Clear.
La Crosse 80.45 17 W Clear.
KOBTBWSST.
Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather.
Bismarck 30.8<V 13 SE Cloudy.
Ft. Garry 39.49 -16 SW Hazy.
Minnedosa 80.46 -IS 0 Clear.
Moorbead 80.49 2 S Cloudy.
Qnapelle 30.26 -3 SW Haxy.
Bt.Vh.cent 80.45 -14 8 Clear.
• ) r.TJIEB>J KOOKY Mo_MT_IS SLOP-.
B_r. Ther. Wind. Weather.
Ft. Af-1nab0ine..23.99 4 SW Clear.
Ft. 3uford 80.20 16 E Cloudy.
Ft Custer 80.05 5 SE Fair.
Helena, M. T...29.93 7 N Clear.
Huro'i, Dak 30.44 14 E Clear.
UFPEK LAKES.
Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather.
Dibit- 3J.45 7 W Clear.
Chicago 30.49 19 SW Clear.
KtDOJ-E EABTEBN BOOTY MOUNTAIN SLOPE.
Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather.
Denver 30.10 28 0 Clear.
Dodge City 80.30 27 8E Clear.
MISSOURI VALLEY.
Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather.
Leavenworth.... 80.-7 26 8 Clear.
Omaha 30.44 26 S Clear.
DAILY LO-__ M__ilB.
Bsr. T._ir, Daw Point. Wind. Weather.
3J.177 15.2 10.0 SW Fair.
Amount of melted mow .01, maximum ther
i_')m.fiii', 27.5; ii{ti}mnm C-O.mometer, 3.0;
dsilv range, 24.5.
■ r, frozen.
low zero.
irometer oorrected for tempcrstura
■ i
P. F. Lyojbb,
Corps, L. 3. A.
to-day's weatteb.
■ ■.■>-, Jan. £0. —1 a. m. —Indications
for ' upper Mississippi: Fair, generally
irly winds, rising, fol
ia northern portions by falling barom
eter. .Missouri valley: Fair weather, south
is. .. lightly colder in northern por
tion, warmer ia southern, generally lower ba
rometei.
1711. OL.iMtVL.Eii.
500 cash pension was received at the
adjutant general's office yesterday.
Piiedman & Dennis filed a euit in the
district court yesterday to recover a bal
ance on a note and account of $337.1)9,
from L. J. Cole.
The funeral of the late Timo-hy J. Kelly,
will take t^cs at !> o'clock this morning
from St. Mary's church, corner of Ninth
and Loenst streets.
James M. Grand wes arjrested late yes
terday afternoon for the larceny of a side
of baoon from a store at the Seven oor
ners and placed in duress at the city hall.
Lieut. John H. E3r.com, Third Infantry
from Fort Shaw, M. T., arrived yesterday
by the Northern Pacific railroad with six
prisoners, and delivered them at Fort
Sri; ilitig.
Yeslerday was a dull day, and a good
deal of speculation was indulged in by the
city am' county officials as to the verdict
of the jury in the Hanley murder case. Bets
were offered freely on the disagreement of
the jury, with but f.w takers. ._
Johul>_sson, who lives in the TomOfell
in the Sixth ward, slipped and fell
on the Wabashaw street bridge between 11
and 12 u'olock on Thursday night, and
broke a shin bone. He was oared for by
Dr. Qainn and was taken home by tho po
lice ;n a hack.
John D. Ludden having filed his resig
nation in the district court yesterday as a
member of the board of control of Ram
sey county, on account of his leaving the
city, Judge Brill, in conformity to law,
rilled the vacancy by tho appointment of
Isaao P. Wright.
The Tallop Da Grcot company filed a
suit in the district court yesterday, against
the Minneapolis <fc St. Loui3 Railway com
pany to recover judgment for $400 for two
boxes of cloth and tailors trimmings un
lawfully withheld from them by the de
fendants, in Freeborn county.
Mary E. Medbury, of this oity, was
found to be insane at an examination be
fore Judge McGrorty yes-eH*y. She was
divorced from her husband t Fargo sev
eral years ago and since that time her
morals have been of a very loose charaoter.
Her insanity dates baok for about a year.
If it is pleasant this afternoon there
will be a lively time on the ioe on the
river in front of the oity. All the pacers
and trotters will be out, and word has bsen
received from Minneapolis that ten or
twelve of their best horses will be down
here to drive against the St. Paul horses.
Some of the animals were out yesterday
aft - >oon and several lively brushes were
had.
The sale of a large number of lots for
delinquent assessments for oity improve
ments in various parts of the city, took
place at the oity treasurer's office at 10
o'clock yesterday forenoon. The sale
was made by auction and the bidding
was quite animated, there being in at
tendance a large number of property own
ers. The property sold brought $3.,000,
being bought by fifty-seven diffrent per- I
sons.
PERSONAL.
F. T. Balwer, Winnipeg, is at the Mer
chants
Hon. P. H. Kelly has returned from
Chicago.
John J. Dow, Grand Forks, is at the
Merchants.
F. R. Plumb, Philadelphia, is at the
Metropolitan.
W. S. Pattee and son, Northfild, are at
the Merchants.
W.T. Cott, Toronto, was at the Mer
chants yesterday.
J. J. Nichols, Detroit, was at the Metro
politan jesterday.
R. F. Woolfolk, Bismarck, was at the
Mer_n__.ts yesterday.
Ex-sheriff Davis, of Vvinnebrgo City is a
gueso „t the Clarendon.
W.tiker Hawkea, of Washington, D. C,
was in the -nty yesterday.
The lea ling psopl. of Hearne'a "Hearts
of Oak," are at the -d.rahauts.
B. G. Reynolds, of Winnebago City,coun
ty attorney of Fairbault county, is in the
oity.
A. B. Mathews, Breckenridge, and D. L.
Wilber, Jamestown, were in the city yes
terday.
M. J. Martin, ef Long Prairie, ex-audi
tor of Todd county, visited friends at the
state capitol yesterday.
Dspnty United States Marshal Chas.
Beichow, has recovered from a serious ill •
ness and is once more on deck.
Mr. J. E. Dow, the popular proprietor
of the Chapen Hall hotel, at Hudson, Wis.,
called on his St. Paul friends yesterday
Deputy sheriff, C. H. Patten, of Winne
bagoCity is at the Clarendon.on his return
from the reform school, whither he oon
veyed a l_d named Allen of Winnebago
City.
Postmaster Day received a call yester
day from Joseph McMillan, son of the
United States senator, and the Oregon
ageut for the Northwestern Car company,
of Stillwater.
A multitude of friends will be pleased to
learn that letters received from Gen. Sib
ley announce a very great improvement in
hi* h_M.t__ He is spending the winter at
K»r r il, North Carolina, and finds the di
re ite very beneficial.
.Special Telegram to the Globe.]
';;.'•'\oo, Jan. 2-5. —Among the people from
• ihwest who are registered in Chicago bo
ars the following:
Grand Pacific Hotel—Hon. D. M. Sabin, Still
war-:: Hon. J. M. hush, J. Henry Yates, E. M.
.CM. Betts, Wisconsin; John C. Spoor.-
D lson, Wis.; Mr. and Mrs. J-B. Tarbox
aily and servant, George H. Ranney ai^l
wife, t»t. Paul; E. M. Cnristian, Minneapolis;
J. A. McK.nzie, Duluth; Mrs. Chamberlain,
Dakota; Mrs. King, Dakota.
Palmer House—Col. Pat Donan, Fargo; W.
W. Brookings, Sioux Falls; N. D. fcarrows,
Louis Lager, Aberdeen; C. N. Howard, S. S.
Bullard, Dakota, D. Ryan, R. Beaupre, Dr. W.
C. Spencer and wife, Gov. John T. Averill, St.
Paul.
THEY JYERE BOTH BaD MEN,
And Some of Them Carried Razors for
Purposes Offensive and Defensive—A
Few I-unxs Belore the Justice.
Some centuries ago an acient, worthy
named David, in his writings, commonly
known as the psalms, promulgated the
principle that the world was given to lying.
It ia safe to say in view of modern return
ing boards and other equally unreliable
inventions, that men are just as liable
to stretch a point in these degoneratejdays
as in any period of the world's history.
It was pretty evideLt then, when the
case of George Jeffers was called in the
police court yestsrday morning, that of
the four witnesses who took the stand,
some one war? telling a whopper. Mr. Jef
fers, who is a gem'inen of off color, was ar
raigned on the charge of tickling a broth
er with a razor. Mr. Jeffers coaducts a
barber shop on Minnesota street, and for
all that is known he is a very
decent fellow. Some days ago he got
into aeontrovcrsy with Chas. Page, and
daring the scrap that ensued the latter got
slashed in the arm. Ye.terday the case
came up for hearing and when Jeffers
took ths stand he testified that Page had
called him dubious and indelicate names.
Page was ordered cut of the shop and
upon refusing to go Jeffers proceeded to
give him the grand bounce. In the at
tempt Page turned on him and Jeffers,
who was in the act of shaving a man held
up his arm to ward off the blow. Page
rushed at him and happened
to receive a cut in tho arm.
As an extenuating circumstance Page said
that Jeff.rs was in the habit of discrimin
ating in favor of color. The court didn't
quite understand what was intended by
this, but as there was nothing of criminal
intent developed, tha defendant was dis
charged.
Fred Monti was arraigned on the charge
of tho larceny of $50 from Robert Clark.
The men had been fast friends, and Clark
olaims that the money was taken from him
while he wa3 on a spree. The examina
tion will take place to-day. He gave bail
for his appearance,
Rudolph Peyer had been paralyzed
drunk. He was fined $5, or five day?, and
the court Baid that he would give him a
chance to work out his fine by carrying a
cord of wood up stairs. He accepted the
oondition and went to work like a Trojan.
Jonn Brown, the ohrotic bum, was up
again for tackling the elegant bug juice,
and he was fined five bills. His friends
paid the fine.
Mike Flaherty, who was fined $25 or
thirty days on Thursday for stealing iron
from the Manitoba railroad yards, paid
the duoats yesterday and was discharged.
At 3 o'clock Judge Burr and a jury took
up the oase of the oity against C. P. Ben
son, charged with violating the employ
ment ordinance. A verdict of not guilty
was returned and the' defendant was dis
charged.
No Agreement Frobable.
The jury in the Hanley murder case
having agreed to disagree, sod not having
arrived at any verdiot, asked Judge Wilkin
to be discharged yesterday noon, but the
request was refused. The request was,
however, repeated just before the court ad
journed yesterday afternoon,aud was again
refused, the judge stating that the trial had
been one of too much importance to so
speedily release them, and inform
ing them that if they arrived
at a verdict by 10 p. m. or previously, he
would be in the court room to release
it, otherwise he would call for their
appearance before him at his own dis
cretion.
As no call was made for the appearance
of the judge at the court room at or be
fore 10 p. m., and as Deputy Sheriff
Strong was on duty at his midnight vigil
over the panel, it may be set down almost
to a oenainty that Hanley will have to
have a new trial.
Notes on Niagara.
Mr. W. L. Wyand, the passenger agent of the
Michigan Central railroad in this city, has favor
ed the Globe with a copy of a work issued by
his road entitled "Notes on Niagara." It is in
no sense a railroad advertising work, but is a
handsome volume of nearly 200 pages, which
would grace any parlor center table in the land.
The illustrations are prof use and elegant, and
the descriptive matter highly entertaining.
Among tho illustrations is a cut of the new canti
lever bridge built by this enterprising road, a
structure which is a marvel of engineering skill..
The Michigan Central route east is as fine as this
publication.
Till Watcli Presentation.
Detective Kennelly was captured at the
city hall last evening, by the jokers in that
vicinity, and by detective Ahem, on the
part of his brother officers, presented with
a masßive tin watch of canteen pattern and
pretzel works, having a face resembling in
size a market house dial, and a tin tail
folly up to the length of fhe average boy's
kite. He will sport it only on day work
on Sundayß and holidays for ornament,and
use it for a lunch box on ordinary occa
sions.
A no ther Wholesale House.
The commercial importance of St. Paul con
tinues t.) attract business men. Every day some
new evidence of this becomes apparent. One
of the latest is the establishment of the whole
sale house of Bird Bros., dealers in canned
goods. They have several factories, and, recog
nizing in St. Paul a point of commerce, have
opened a house at 363 Robert street.
Sullivan on the Pacific.
San Fhancisoo, Jan. 25.—-Fifty policem.n
were appointed this morning to preeerve order
at Sullivan's arrival. His reception was a tre
mendous ovation; 6,000 admirers greeted the
great s ugger, and fully 1,000 men and boys fol
lowed the carriages up the etr_et, trying to keep
pace with the horses, and cheering all the way.
The Palace hotel is besieged with a crowd desir
ous of paying their respects to tho muscular
Bostoniau. The attendance this evening was
spoiled by the ticket speculation, and only 4,000
wr?re present. The pressnt combination for
6parrirg was a disappointment. They leave on
Wednesday for Oregon, and on their return will
play at the Grand Opera house a week, then
south to Texas and New Orleans, reaohing New
York the Ist of May.
The demon of dy^-ns^a has been expelled
in thousands of housenolds by the use of Dr.
Price's Cream Baking Powder. There would
be ho restless nights, no low spirits, no grumb
ling dyspeptics, if all the articles of our food
were as wholesome, nutritious and easy of
digestion as those made with Dr. Price's Cream
Baking Powder.
A Deadlock Mill.
Louisville, Ky., Jan. 25—The senatorial
situation is unchanged. The caucus met to
night and adjourned till Monday, the vote
after four baßots standing: Williams, 52;
Blackburn, 45; Sweeney, 24. I
THifi 6T. ?AUL DAILY GLOBE, SATURDAY MORNJNG, JANUARY 26, 1884.
At Liberty MiR, Wabash county, Ind., the
twin babies of a couple named Martin, aged
three months, were frozen in their crib left in a
fireless room. The clothes were frozen to their
bxties.
DIED
LUHRSEN—Thursday afternoon, Mrs. Annetta
Luhrsen, beloved wife of Fr.d Luhrsen, aged
62 yea a and 9 months.
Funeral Sunday afternoon, January 27, at 2
o'clock, at No. 20 Tilden street.
friends of the family invited to attend.
KELLY—In this city, on Thursday, Jan. 24th,
at 8 p. m. T. J. Kelley, aged 41 years.
Funeral from the cathedral 1 1 9a. m., Satur
day, January 26th.
McMAHAN—At 2p. m. Thursday, Michael
Mc M ahan.
Funeral at 9 o'cloch Saturday morning from
the residence, corner Wilkin aid Rams.y streets.
Friends of the family are mv ted to attend,
pOTAI
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never variee. A marvel of pari
ty, strength and wholosomeness. More economi
cal than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold
in competition with the multitudes of low tect,
short weight, alum or phosphate powders. Sold
only' n cans. Royal Basins Powdes Co,, r_CB
Wall reet, New York.
Teeth extracted without pain. All work guar
anteed. Dr.Cuilum, 41 East 8d St., Cor. Cedar.
READ ESTATE AUC.ION.
The Best Business
■_... _^_wpgg J^>;v-!--^^rrg__-i^^^a_r ;;.
IIS"
West St. Paul!
Corner Dakota Avenue and Indiana Avenue,
50x150, with 20 foot alley, will be sold
on tbe ground,
___T _^TJCTIO_ST
At Three P. M.,
Monday, Jan. 28tli.
heT other three corners hare business houses
on them. You can improve this lot so as to get
20 per cent, rental and the lot wUI also rapidly
advance in value. •
H. S. FAIRCHILT & SON,
Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers, corner
Fourth and Jackson. 26-28
REAL ESTATE.
For Sale,
BY
HAFaircMMMon
Cor. 4th & Jackson.
A Ciidice Site for a Lumber
Yard!
On line of Kailroad near the Har
vester Works.
i Choice Site for a Brewery!
Centrally located;- nearly two
acres of ground, and large
springs.
Four Fine Residence Sites!
Block of Thirty lots, Dayton's
IBluflf, cheap.
Two Good Stone Quarries!
Several of the best Business Lots
in the city, cheap lots, resi
dences, acre sites, farms
and lands.
H. S. FIIRCHILD & SON,
Corner 4th & Jackson.
A. V. TEBPLE, .
Real Estate and Loan Broker
No. 68 East Third Street.
ST. PAUL, - . - MIIW.
SEVENTH ST.JIPERA HOUSE
THE WHALE BOOM!
"BIGGEE THAN JUMBO."
GLOBIOU3 EVENT.
GRAND OPENING.
SEVENTH ST. OPERA.HOUSE
Wednesday, Janu-v 23,1884.
T OTTIE BEADIONT'S 0
L FEMALE MASTOfIONO
40 YOUNG MAIDKN« 40
IN.ELEVATED PRACTICAL SWINGS.
All in Conjunction with Col. J. H. Wood's
ELECTBIC CONGBESS.
The very Head and Front of the Profession.
The Operatic Spectacular Burlesque Extrava
ganza
THE ABORIGINES.
In Primitive Costumes. Forty Ladies and Gen
tlemen in the great cast,
A GORGEOUS AMAZON MARCH,
By Lovely Maidens in refulgent blazoned armor.
Usual Matinees. Pspalar prices.
Box Office open for sale of reserved seats 1 to
5 p. m.
SEAL EBTAT2
REMOVAL
We have taken possession of our »New Office
in the
lice Building,
Soiitliwest comer of Jackson
and Fifth streets.
The carpenters a re not out yet, but will be in
a few days, when we shall be in shape to wel
come our friends and clients.
The weather lately has been unfavorable for
Real Estate movements, and nobody exports to
do much in January, but we are doing some
thing all the while for clients who do] not care
for times or seasons.
There is a very firm and hopeful feeling among
holders of Real Estate, and it look 3 now as if we
are going to have a repetition of last Spring's
activity, som-what intensified.
There appear to be plenty of people with
money, looking out for bargains.
Whoever wishes to secure a beautiful, well
lighted and ventilated FRONT OFFICE, will do
well to look at the one we offer on our floor.
BEST
TEETH
$8.
MONEY TO LOAN on im
proved city property.
GOCHEAI I MPQEI,
S. W. Cor. Jackson and Fifth streets.
DAVIS & BROWN.
Beal Estate ail Menpp km
860 Jackson Street, St. Paul, Mica.
Inveetmante made Bnd taxes paid for non
residents.
WILLIAM G. ROBERTSON*
REAL ESTATE
AND
FINANCIAL AGENT,
(Successor to D. A. Robertson & Co., the oldest
real estate agency in Minnesota.)
If o. 7 Metynillan Block cor. U & Wabashaw.
HEZEKIAH HALL,
(Twelve years established in St. Paul as)
BEAL ESTATE AND MONEY BROKER,
Corner Third and Robert 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. CapitaUsts wRI
do weR to correspond. 864
R. W. JOHNSON,
leal Estate kgm%
Maimheimer Bock, Room 11.
_T.^PAUL, -- - - MINN
LOST AND FOUND.
STRAY COW—At the Transfer Stock yards,
a light roan iailch cow about 8 yea s old.
If not claimed within ten days, wiR be sold to
pay expenses. Apply to C. J. Perry. 25*
FINANCIAL.
JPTfinri Practical Plumber
• 1 Ll/Ul/) and Gas Fitter, 397
Selby avenue,, near Western. Jobbing promptly
attended to. 25-3* l
mqneyToaned
on furniture, pianos, in residence without re
moval. E. &F. Peters, 283 Sibley street, oppo
site Union depot. 300*
ACKJEY'S LOAN OFFICE—Notes bought,
money loaned on furniture, pianos, horses,
wagons and personal property at low rates, with
out removal. Offices, Room 7, Fire and Marino
building, cor.or Third and Jackson street, St.
Paul, and Room 7, Mackey & Lejrg block, corner
of Fourth and Nicollet, Minneapolis. 2-5-207
lOANS on Life Ins. Policies. L. P. Van
__ Norman, No. 245, Ist Aye 8. Minneapolis.
FAIR CHIL D'S A UCTIO N.
THE MOST VALUABLE BUSINE3S PBOP^
erty in West St. Paul at auction. We will
sell at public sale to the highest bidder, at 8
o'clock p. m., on the ground, Monday, Jan. 28,
lot 5, in block 180, of Robertson's addition to
West St. Paul, being the northwest corner of
Dakota (.ormerly Bridge street) and Indiana
avenues. It is surrounded by good business
houses, and is the best vacant corner in West
St. Paul. Independent of incominz railroads
(and there will be several soon), all this Dakota
avenue property will greatly advance in value.
Stores on this lot would find tenants before half
fi-ished. No one looking for a place to do
business, or for a good investment, can afford
to neglect this sale. Terms cash, subject to a
mortgage of about §1,400. Title perfect. H. 8.
Fairchild & Hon, Real Estate Agents and Auc
tioneers, corner Fourth and Jackson. 24-28
THE Copartnership heretofore existing be
tween John 8. Barnes and Charles O. Du
plessis in running and operating a gymnasium in
Saint Paul and Minneapolis, is this day dissolved
by mutual consent, John S Barnes assuming all
debts cont acted in behalf of the St Paul Gym
nasium, and all money due in St. Paul gymna
sium is payable to said John S. Barnes. And all
debts contracted in behalf of the Minneapolis
gym asium are hereby assumed by C. O. Du
plessis, and all money owing in Minneapolis to
gymnasium is payable to said Duple*sis
JOHN 8. BARNES,
CO. DUPLEBSIB.
Saint Paul, January 23d, 1884. 24-26
FIVE CENTS A LINE
SITUATIONS WANTED.
T ANTED—Situation by a man ami wife on
▼ ▼ a farm. Eighteen years' experience. Ad
dress J. W. Harris, corner Frank and Ross
streets. 25-31
Males.
W 1 ANTED—A situation as coachman, by a
"T man who thoroughly understands the
business, has had long experience. Best of refer
ences. Address M. Dempsey, Globe office.
339*
"^fT 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 wiR
be taken. Address B, Globe office. 832*
SITOATIONS OFFERED.
\\T ANTED—Youag men and ladies to learn
YY short-hand. Lmgle & M .Knight's
Schools of Phon-graphy, Fourth and Wabashaw,
St. Paul; Third and Nicollet, Mianeapoli..
2Ceod34
Females.
\\J~ ANTED—One girl to wash dishes and one
TT for dining room, at 882 Robert street.
25"31
"Vjrr ANTED—A girl to cook and helm with
" v washing and ironing. Apply «t No. 21
Arundel street, second door fr.ia Summit ave
«W_ 2.-26
A SWEDE or G?rman girl for general house
work, at 167 Virgin _ avenue. Mrs. Jno.
P. Larkin. 23-29
_____ TO RENT
Houses
Ij*Oß REN I—Dwelling _S4 Rice, corner of
Summit avenue; $85. Also, furnisbed
dwelling, _82 Rice street, near Summit avenue;
$55. Reference required App'v at premises
or to A. R. Kiefer, 19. Bast Seventh street.
17*
84 Oft RENT—A boarding house of eixteen
JL rooms. Will rent from now unt 1 the first
of May tor $»'. No 222 A-':er street 345*
FOR RENT—A brge'house, 542 Cedar street"
Apply to old No. 119 Josetie et. 332
-ipOR RENT—A cottage with four rooms,
pantry and closets, good water and every
convenient;-. Apply to J. C. McCarthy, Sixth
wan 1, 270*
T, RENT—House of six rooms on Ohio
street. Inquire of P. R. McDonnell, grocer,
corner George and Ohio streets, Sixth ward.
175*
Rttoma.
NICELY furnished square room and >'ne small
one with modern C^nveniencee. Rent rea
sonable. 489 Broadway. 26
>$ O KENT—One _eye_-roou_ house and one
1 tive-rooni house in West St. Paul. Inquire
of T. Jlat ning, 436 Jackson street. 20*
FOR SALE.
Ij^Oß SALE —.t. Anthony Hill lots oa aR paris
J. of the hill. A lot on Holly avenue, be
tween Western avenue and Arundel street, at a
very low figure. E. S. Norton, 322 Jackson
street. 20-2.
XfOR SALE—24 large lots and the buildings
!_ located thereon, receutly vacated by the
Bt. Paul Iron foundry. Good trackage to thre^
lines of railroad. The best place in the city for
iron, tteel, 6tovo works or most any manufac
taring business. No better location for wood
and coal yards. The whole can b* bought very
low and on easy terms if purchased soon. E. S.
Norton, 322 Jackson street. 26-28
FOR SALE—Aurora avenue. Eight room
house aid two good lots only $50.0. This
is a very de-irable location, and near to the busi
ness part of the city. E. S. Norton, 822 Jack
son street. 26-28
FOR SALE—Business lots in the best whole
sale part of the city, located near the new
hotel and chamber of commerce. Now is the
time to purchase -a desirable lots and especially
corners will soon be difficult to procure except
at a very much higher price. E. S. Norton, 822
Jackson street. 26-28
FOR SALE—Mortgages from $250 to $1,000,
Amply secured by improved real estate,
covered by insurance: Ten per cent, interest
semi-annually and 4 to 5 months interest ac
crued. An absolutely secured and a paying in
vestment. Potter, Thompson & Co., Room 8,
Mackey & Legg block, Minneapolis. 26-30
TTfna_T ST. PAUL. Lots on the Flat or
V> Bluff. A. B. Wilgus & Bro. 25-26
FOS SALE—A good Reatty church organ
cheap, at 482 Ellen stre*t. 25-84
LOTS in the flat, near levee line, at a bargain.
Paul Martin & Co., oad of bridge, West
side. 24-29
FOR SALE—U furnished rooms, centraßy
located, with extra low rent. Inquire 145
East Seventh street. 4*
REAL ESTATE.
NORTH of University avenue a number of
good lota cheap, near the foundry. E. S.
Norton, 322 Jackson street. 26-28
INVESTMENTS in acre and business property,
A. B. Wilgus & Bro. 25-26
C^'OiT Cash and $5 per month wdl secure a
\p£i -J good lot on the first bench, West side
Paul Mariin & Co., end of bridge. 24-29
I^OR SALE—The following desirable lotsT"
. lots corner Pleasant avenue and Sixth street
_ lota on Rice street, between Iglehart and Til
toK streets; 10 lots in Irvine's Second addition,
fonting on Seventh street, (end of bridge); 1_
los in Irvine's addition to St. Paul; also,
a weR estabUahed paying business. Apply to
George W. Turnbuß, 8.3 Exchange street, city:
• 223*
HOUSES AND LOTS in all parts of the city
for caah or on easy terms. A. B. Wil
gus & Bro., 854 Jackson street. '25-26
HOMES on monthly payments. Paul Martin
& Co.. end of bridge. 24-29
T IST your property for sale and orders for
JF__ purchases with Geo. H. HB__ard, Beal
Estate and Loan Aaent, 170 East Third street,
St. Paul. 80»
P~ AUL MARTIN & CO., the West side real es
tate dealers, have a choke list of property
on the hills a_d in the flats, for sale; if you are
in cearch of a home, give uj a call, at 91 Dakota
avenue, es d of bridge. 24-29
LAWTON BROS.
LOTS —Many and all parts of the ward at the
lowest prices possible. Buy now and get
the benefit of the raise. Lawton Bros , 175
Dakota avenue. 20-26
LCST AND FOUND.
LOST —A black poc_et book containing certi
ficate of deposit No. 3857 on Bank of Min
nesota, to John Marnke for $2,403; of no value
to any one except owner. A liberal reward wiR
be paid by leaving at Police headquarters. 20-6
TAKEN UP—Horse. The owner can have
same by calling at Farmers' hotel, Sixth
ward, proving property a_.d paying cost of feed
ing him. 26
MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE—Young Trotting Stock—l have
several one and two-year-old colts, the get
of Baymont, 1,027, son of Alden Goldsmith,
337, outof standard mares. Colts all large and
rangy, fine looking, and v .mistakably showing
tie promise of speed. Gt. W. Sherwood.
lS7*-s__ iaonatwed
\hf ANTED—Pictures to enlarge in ink, writer
V V colors, etc., for board. Address A. 8.,
care this office. 20-26
WANTED —We want men and women every
where, to sell our Diamonds. No previous
experience necessary. For particulars address
W_AKLEY & BURNETT, 257 Vice street, Cin
cinnati. 15-15
CIULLEN'S LIVERY, Nos. 28 and 25 West
I Fourth street —The finest vehicles of all
kinds in the Northwest. Coachmen with or
without livery; a competent agent attend car
riages at parties, opera, weddings, etc.; a first
class colored man, Bruce Bryant, to attend door
at parties and receptions. Invitations delivered
with promptness and dispatch. K. P. Cullen
8-98
IRST CLASS day board at International
Hotel, corner Seventh and Jackson streets.
$4.50 per week. 354-84
BUSINESS CHANCES.
FLOUR MILL, roller process, choice loca
tion. All complete and for sale cheap.
Must be part cash. Address Lock Box 14, Ano
ka, Minn. 24-51
The Greatest Bargains
EVEB KNOWN IN
CLOTHING!
AEE NOW BEING OFFERED
At Sattler Brothers' Assignment Sale,
AT BOTH STORES,
91 East Third slreet, and 153 East Third street.
WClothing is actually being sold at half v^lue, in order to spee
dily obtain Cash. S. BERGMAN, Assignee.
PAWNBROKER.
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES, DIAMONDS
AND RICH J__vVELRY OP EVERY DESCRIPTION.
An Immense Stock ofFORFEITFD PLEDGES for Half Their Origi
nal Host, Consisting of
Rmgs,b^t« I roa i Kl( ; l U s t erV.HiP l : ! s ;i n;l Brooches, Diamond St.
~'u ;; :lt,,rs D»»moad Col ar Buttons; an nmutu Irons,
w !^p n<"' -1' 1'l" una, Gold Br „;..,,,'_
n™*?. 'n, t6' KtUTee, Porke and Spoons, M
Opera Glasses, Clocus and Silverware,; Gone, Rifles and B ......
and List of Pnoee. Goods sent C. O. 1)., with privilege oi
moiul betting fujd Err^raving.
MONEY TO LOAN ON ALL GOODS OF VALUE.
B. LYTLE,,
Pawnbroker & Jeweler,
41 Jackson St., Opposite the Merchants Hotel.
_rCCX AND 9H03 DEA I
SCHLZEK & CO..
80, 89 EAST THIRD STREET,
Bnrifi.il Bants & Sboes.
AND TELEGRAPHIC INSTITUTE
Has long since established Reclaim, to public favor and has now entered upon Itf 18_b year nr«o
tbe moat farorable auspicea. fiend for catalogue giving fall particulars. Cor. 8d and Jackson.
W. A. PA.VOX." Principal
_r___i.t_.BA_N I-,. ECLiPSE
STANDARD SELF-REGULATING
scalres mills.
FAIBBAMS, SOUSE & CO., - 371 & 373 my Street
PWWkH &> DIRPV 38MTIiriSW
Ml villi _ Pgftftlj St. Pail lira,
NOYES BROS. & CUTLER,
IMPORTERS «fc WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
SS and 70 Sibley Street, Corner Fifth, St. Paul, Mm*.
WHOLEBALE STATIONERY.
W-A.Kr>, HILL <fc MoO£_____X_l__A.lsr
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
Stationery, Druggists' Sundries and Toys,
407 SIBLEY STREET, ST. PAUL, MINN.
We also have the sole control of the merchandise constituting the stock of tho T fi WHIT 3
STATIONERY COMPANY, which must be sold to close their businoss. We devoto ari entire floo
of our new store 407 Sibley street, to its display and offer you some big barg?;inp. rial) an d gee ns
WTSTOAL UTgTRTTMRTgTS
WEBER PIANOS.
l____pi ii Arti-1- Us Best _ is ws.
I know of none superior to the Weber and none that oan oom
pete with them for a urability.—Teresa Carreno.
_Thl??_ n?^ of t hl Piano is so sweet, rioh and sympathetic
yet bo rail, that I she 11 always rank you as the greatest manufac
turer of the day—Ei una Thursby.
Weber Pianos excel all others in volume of tone and in row©,
of expression.—S. Liebling.
There are no Pianos in the world that suscain the voice like th.
Weber.—Emma Abbott.
R. O. MTJN G-ER, Agent, St. Paul.
Send fo T Catalofmea.
TANNERS.
James McMillan & Co.,
-Proprietors of the
MINNNEAPOLIS SHEEPSKIN TANNERY
AND LEALEKS ,"
HIDES, SHEEP PELTS, V/COLTA.ND FTJHS,
„, . 109 JFlrst Avenue South, _HNNK_LI'Or.IS wiw
Bhmments solicited. Write for r-ironla^.
BRISBIN & FARWELL,
JL_aw Office.
boom; c,
Cor, of Wabasha'*. amLFoarth street,
Over Express Office 270
Ij-IXTIiE-T
KENNEY & HUDNER
108 and 105 West Third Strtoll
Oppoelt. Mettcv-lit-- Hotel
CLOTHING.
St. Paul Agency for BURT'S. GRAY'S,
REYNOLD'S, and Many Others.
I £7^* Mail orders promptly filial.
BUSINESS COLLEQK-
STANDARD SOALKS.
wholesale: usaleos.
TAILORING.
McGrath
F i Mori,
146 EAST THIRD STREET.

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