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Observations taken at tha saras momwrt ■■'.
Ciuib at allie'.atic-ES.
UPPLK MIBBWSIPBI VililiJtl.
Bar. Ther. Wind. Wsatiivr.
St.l'ail £0.22 81 HE Cloudy.
St. Louis 30.34 42 8 Clor.ri,.
La Crowe 80.25 87 S Cloudy.
HOETHWE3T.
Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather.
Bisnsarck 30.36 1 NW Clear.
Ft. Garry 80.81 5 N Hazy.
Moorhe&d 30.29 8 N ' Clear.
Q'Appelle 30.58 -14 NW Clear.
St. Vincent. 30.31 10 N Clear.
HOBTHZBH BOOST KOOHTAIH BLOF2.
Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather.
Ft. Aesinaboine..So.4l -5 Calm Clear.
Ft. liuford 30.42 0 N Clear.
Ft Ouster.... 80.25 6 N Cloudy.
Helena, M. T...30.12 6 NW Ltsnow.
Huron, Dak.....80.26 11 NW Clear.
Medicine Hat...80.59 -7 N Cloudy.
CPPEK LAKES.
Bar. Ther. Wind. Weatker.
Duiuth 8.23 ,82 W Cloudy.
Chicago 30.31 87 8W Cloudy.
MIDDLE EASTZBN EOCKY MOUNTAIN SLOPE.
Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather.
Denvar 80.20 42 Calm Clear.
Dodge City 30.21 43 BE
MIS3OUEr"VALLEy.
- Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather.
Lf??.?inworth.... 30.28 38 8 Lt rain.
Oicalia 80.30 37 8 Cloudy.
HAIL? &COAL aMA3?.
Bar. The*. Daw Point. Weather.
30.181 33 " 30.5 S Cloudy.
Amount of melted snow 0, maximum ther
momrtar, 33.5; minimum thsrmoni6tor, 81;
daily range, 8.50.
liiver, frozen.
dote—Barometer corrected for temperature
ar.:j olevation.
F. F. Ltobs,
garsrasnt Signal Oorr-s, I. 1. S. A.
TO-DAY'S WEATH2B.
V/ashinstox, Jan. 29.—1 a. m, —lndications
for the upper Mississippi: Generally fair
weather, winds generally southerly except in
northern portion where wind shifted northerly,
falling barometer, southern portion rising fol
lowed by falling, northern portion generally
colder except extreme southern portion where
. the temperature rose slightly. Missouri valley:
Generally fair weather, variable wind, falling
barometer, preceded in northern portion by
slight rise and colder, followed by warmer
weather. '/;'■'.:":.'.'
OITI GLOBULES.
A stray team was oand by the pc
last night and oared for at Cullen's
stables.
The sixth volume of Colorado supreme
oourt reports was added to the state libra
ry yesterday.
Dyer & Howard filed a suit against E. A.
Kerr yesterday in the district court to re
cover a $200 account.
Michael Collins, being found drunk and
disorderly at the Seven corners last even
ing, was run into the city hall by Officer
Sohorn.
Geo. H, Chatterton was looking round
with the chief of police yesterday for a
nice for lined overcoat lost while on a
spree on Sunday night.
Condaotor Shields of the Blaok Marii
found a ladies' mink tippet on the Com*
road yesterday, which the owner may havi
by calling at city hall.
Tom Greely finished np quite a prooes
e:on oi: dudes celled np at the city hall lasi
night, which will help make a busy mom
ing of it at the municipal court.
A jury was impanelled late yesterday
nfiernoon ie tho district oourt for the sec
ond trial of the case of Patrick Kelly, Sen
ior against & Rothwell for a baU
ance due for labor under contract.
A general meeting of citizens interested
in the organization of a new base ball
olub will be held at the Merchants hotel to
morrow night. A full attendance is re
qnestes, as business of importance will
come up for consideration.
Lawrenoe Troy stole an overcoat, dress
coat, two far oap3, two pairs of black kid
mittens, four silk handkerchiefs, a meer
schaum pipe and $3 in cash at a boarding
house, 342 East State street on Sunday
ni^ht, and was arrested last night by Offi
cer Daly as a wholesale thief.
Harrison <fe Co. brought a suit and filed
an attachment in the district
oourt on tha goods of Rid
dell Jc Clark, 359 Robert street, yes
terday, whereupon the latter soon after
filed an assignment of their property to
Gaorge H. Smith to pay their creditors.
The widow of Thomas Ryan, whose hus
band was shot by Thomas Hanley, is in
very indigent circumstances, and was on
Wabashaw street yesterday forenoon very
soantily and poorly clad, with a babe at
her breast, trying to find some washing to
do, and weeping bitter tears at her sad lot.
Charles Harris was placed in durance
vile at the city hall last night for carry
ing concealed weapons, and firing off two
shots on the streets. Officer Daly inform
ed hi ai it was not the Fourth of July and
proved it by loading him into the patrol
wagon and firing him off to the prison
pen.
The convicts from Stillwater at th 9
oonnty jail feel the loss of being cut off
from the fine library whioh was burned at
the penitentiary, and whenever they get a
chance to speak to a citizen in the full en
joyment of his liberty respectfully ask him
he will not send in to them some readme
liter. B
Mrs. Michael Wagner, residing over
Hoffman's grocery store on Seventh street,
reported at city hall that she had been at
tacked and bitten by a vioious dog owned
by Henry Tnbeson. Her arm was badly
larcerated. Offiaer Sohmitzer was in
structed to take the scalp look of the ca
nine and the animal was shot;
A soldier has written to tha adjatant
general asking a pension for wounds re
ceived to his moral character while in the
service. Ha says he was honest when he
went to war and has come out of it worth
less in that respect and thinks the govern
ment should pay him for his injury. He
argues his point like a trooper.
The Minnesota & Northwestern Railroad
oompany have notified the board of pub
lic works of St. Paul, that they wish to
have their fifty feet of frontage oa the
We?i St. Paul Icwee chalked out in black
and white, and the board have referred the
matter to City Attorney Murray to define
their powers as given it under ordinance
"364."
The third party of the series by the 0.
A. W. dancing club will take place at Tur
ner ball this evening. It will be in the
nature of a bal masque and the manage
ment have arranged to make this the
orowuiag event of the season. Seibert's
orchestra will supply the music and it is
understood that the affair is entirely com
plimentary.
List evening the St. Paul Pleasure olub
gave quite a large ball at Market hall for
the benefit of Mr. Wilson, of the Seventh
street Opera house. The pleasure of the
evening consisted in dancing in the largest
and best hall in the state, and on a floor
that if not surpassed anywhere. Every
body (I.joyed themselvas, and all present
voted the ball a grand success.
Oasper Held whipped John Cass in a
Seventh street saloon near Jackson street
Ja=t evening, beoausa he wouldn't pay for
n nickle's worth of beer, and for keeping
• inins into the saloon after he had or
.^••ed and put him cut. Therefore in the
cund of calls Held knocked Ca?3 out
'. ;ime and a clear pair of eyes, ftnd both
i ■■■■ re imprisoned in th& bastile by Officer
■jchaeffer.
Gough's great oration, entitled "Our
Standpoint" will b9 presented at the gos
pel temperance meeting held at Ihe Y. M.
C. A. rooms thin evening at 8 o'clock. All
aro cordially invited to ccme and hear it.
The board of managers of the Minne
sota State Fair advertises this morning
for proposals from towns and cities for
the holding of the Fair. Those interested
have until February 20th to file their bids.
Quite a sensation was caused on East
Third street yesterday afternoon by the
small army of men engaged at work at
the windows and around the front part of
the famous carpet emporium of Mr. John
Matheis. In response to a query Mr.
Matheis said that they were merely clean
ing horse, preparatory to putting in their
spring style;, for which keep an eye on
his windows'
The oase of B. H. Leveridge against the
St. Paul Gas Company for a balance of
$I,soo.olaimed to be due him on a con
tract for management of its eleotrio light
department, from which he was bounced
soon after his assuming the position, for
incapacity, was after a day and a halfs
trial given to the jury at 4:30 yesterday af
ternoon with orders to bring in a sealed
verdict if they agreed by 10 o'clock last
evening. As at midnight Deputy Sheriff
Strong was at hi 3 lonely vigils over the
twelve, there seems to be a possibility of
& disagreement.
THE JFIIiIS COMMISSION.
The fleeting Last Evening— Koutlce
Business Irans&cted.
The tire commissioners held a regular
meeting last evening. A considerable
part of the time of the meeting was occu
pied in talking about a number of matters
upon which no action was taken. The
chief mentioned that a short time ago he
sent a steamer out to the city hospital and
filled an 1,800 barrel cistern, and that
he had just had another application to fill
the cistern again. One point that puz
zled the chief and members of the com
mission was as to what became of the
1,800 barrels of water. It required 1,100
feet of hose to nil it, and the chief did not
think it safe to take one of the steamers
and so much hose out of service for so
long a time, especially while the depart
ment is having so much work as it has
been having for the past two or three
months. ,
Mr. Hildebrand, who went over to Still
water with a steamer, cave a statement of
the trip and the work done while there.
He had no doubt that if the steamer had
got there thirty minutes sooner it could
have saved a large part of the building.
In this connection a general talk occurred
as to the conveniences for getting the
steamer on board the trains 'in
the case of an emergency
like the Stillwater fire, and the
president will consult with the railroad
officials and make arrangements so that
the chief will know who to apply to in 'the
night, and how, whether by telephone or
in some other way.
The superintendent of fire alarm also
explained the condition of the alarm, and
said it was all right and in good working
order, and that the fifteen additional
boxes had been ordered. He expected they
would be here in a few days. -.
The necessity of more men in the de
partment was talked over, and it was deci
ded that the number ought to be increased,
especially as there is at present no provis
ion mads to nil the place ot the sick and
disabled.
. The necessity of making some provision
for water in West St. Paul was also consid
ered, but no conclusion was reached other
than the general one that something must
be done. : !'J;;
Messrs. Bowlin, Parker and Schliek, ex
pressed the decided opinion that we ought
to have at least two more steamers. The
other two members did not express any
opinion against the proposition and the
probability is they will be asked for soon.
A bond exeouted by Strong, Haokett &
Co., to proteot the city against a lost order
on the city for $51, was received and a
duplioate order was direoted to be exe
cuted.
Chief Black reported that he had re
ceived the resignation of James Dorian as
a member of the fire department, and re
commended for appointment the following
person: Peter McStay in the place of
Donac, the appointment to date from the
17th of January. The report was accept
ed and appointment confirmed.
The same officer reported that he had a
forge built and purchased the necessary
tools for the blacksmith shop, and em
ployed M. R. Murphy as blacksmith, at a
compensation of $2.75 per day, or $70
per month. The report was accepted and j
toe appointment oontinued.
The pay roil for January foots up $5,
--032 95.
Tre chief reported that the lot of Her
cules hoae purchased from H. P. Rngg was
useless, and he was instructed to commu
nicate with Mr. Rugg ripen the subject.
The same officer reported the death of
two horses, one by sickness and one in
consequence of falling into the cistern on
the corner of Third and Commercial
streets.
Mr. Prendergast made a motion that
Mr. O'Gorman, the present becretary, be
placed on the pay roll as a fireman and
detailed to do the work of secretary. In
making the motion he stated that he had
talked with Mr.Roche,the oomptroller,upon
the subject and that he (Mr. Roche) and
also Mr. Murray said it could be done.
This he said would make his pay $70 per
month. On a rote being taken all voted
in the affirmative. In this connection Mr.
Delano stated that Mr. Roohe had told
him that men could not thus be put on
the pay roll.
To test the matter Mr. Parker moved
that M. It, Murphy be appointed a fireman
and detailed as a blacksmith. This motion
was carried, and both O'Gorman and
Murphy were assigned to the chemical en
gine.
Mr. Parser made a motion that the chief
fill up the old companies, 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5,
to their fs!l compliment. In this connec
tion he stated that the board had the same
right to cj this that it had to make the
appointment of Mr. O'Gorman
and Mr. Murphy. He thought
it best to put them all in and let Mr.
Roche decide the whole matter at one and
the same time. On a vote being taken it
was carried by a unanimous veie,
Mr. Parker made a motion that the
board purchase a map of the city of St.
Paul with all water pipes, the fire alarm
wires and boxes, cisterns, hydrants, etc.,
designated upn it, and the motion was
carried unanimously.
Adjourned.
P. T. Eavanagh will sell the to<ra house in
West St. Paul at auction, on Wednesday next,
at 2p. ai. For particulars see want column.
The Walker Divorce.
The Bait of Franoes L. Walker against
James «l. Walker, for divoroe, on the
oharge of adultery, in which the defendant
brings oross-oharges of lewd and lacivious
oonduot against the plaintiff, came op for
hearing before Judge Brill yesterday,
Messrs. E G. Rogers and G. W. Walsh, ap
pearing for the plaintiff, and Judge
Thomas Wilson, of Winona, fo* the de-
THlfi m\ /AtTL DAILY GLOBE, TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 20, 1884.
feed ant. The parties were married at
Winona in 1875, from which city the plain
tiff moved to St. Panl in 1883, after bet
ing made acquainted with her
hneband's infidelities with other womec,
which she has not condoned. The de
fendant claims that hia wife's reason for
applying for a divorce iB in order
to get released so that she can marry
S. J. Austin, connected with the Kimball
Organ company, and his counsel has
made a motion in court for tne dismissal
of the case in Ramsey county on the
ground that neither of the parties are resi
dent hare, but of Winona county. Daring
the trißl yesterday afternoon the plaintiff
came so near a dead faint away that the
ooart held a recess while she was being re
easoitated by her mother. The case comes
on again at the opening of the court this
morning.
Havana?h sell 3 a fine piano and large lot of
furniture, at the store No 169 East Seventh
street, (Kahn's old stand) at 10 o'clock, this
morning.
PERSONAL.
Hugh O'Donnell, Pembina, was in the
city yesterday.
Jay La Dae, Esq., of Rochester, was in
the city yesterday.
Geo. H. Kennedy and wife, Port Arthur,
are at the Merchants.
Mr. and Mra. E. C. Blanchard, of Liv
ingston, are at the Merchants.
J. D. Ensign, Dulath, and O. T. Wood
bnry, Anoka, are at the Merchants.
J. Brunswick, billiard table manufac
turer, Chicago, is at the Metropolitan.
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Brown, of San
born, D. T., were at the Merchants yester
day.
J. H. Vanzill, of the Canadian Southern
Railroad oompacy, is at the Metropol
itan.
President G. H. Ellsbury, of Tower
City, was in St. Paul yesterday enroute
eastward.
Gn3 Levick, Clement Bainbrldge and
W. O. Wheeler, of the Clara Morris com
pany, are tit the Metropolitan.
Col. McNamara, formerly of the CUrer
don hotel, and now of the American hoose,
Glenooe, is on a visit to his St. Paul
friends.
Mr. E. J. Force, of the "ornamental hard
ware fire of H. D. Judd & (Jo. New York,
was in the city yesterday. He was enter
tained by Mr. John Matneis.
Mr. Fred de Haas received a fine com
pliment, yesterday, from his company in
recognition of his valued services, consist
ing of a telegram from New York inform
ing him of his appointment to the posi
tion of general agent for Minnesota of the
Gormania Life Insurance oompany. Since
last August Mr. de Haas has written up
$271,500 new insurance.
[Special Telegram to the Globe. |
Chicago, Jan. 28.—Arrivals at the Grand
Pacific: George W. Crocs, Dr. Talbot
Jone , T. L. Blood, B. Sommers, St. Paul.
Palmer Honee: F. D. Dibble and wife,
Fargo, D. T.; W. S. Henry, Mineral Point,
Wis.; W. G. Noir, Madison, Wiß.; Joseph
J. Monihan and J. M. Smith, St. Paul.
P. T. Kavacagh will 6ell the town house in
West St. Paul, at auction, on Wednesday next,
at 2p. m. For particulars see want column.
A Weighty Order.
Fairbanks, Morse & Co., of St. Paul, have
just received an order for seventeen (17) seven
hundred (700) bushel Faiebanks' Hopper
Scales, from the Lake Superior Elevator com
pany, Duluth. These scales are to be placed in
their new elevator to be bailt this season. This
is the largest order ever placed for scales ia the
Northwest, aggregating a capacity of eleven
thousand, nine hundred (11,90J) bushels, equal
to seven hundred fourteen thousand (714,000)
pounds, or three hundred fifty seven (357) tons
at one draft.
DIEP
MoCLURE —Monday morning the 2Sth instant,
at the residence of John McClure, No. 609 Mar
shall avenue, Janet Moreland McClure.
Notice of funeral to be given hereafter.
OLIVER—At 6a. m., Monday January 2?th,
Mrs. Mary C, wife of Henry Oliver, aged 21
years, 5 months, 19 days.
Funeral from residence, No. 608 Fauquier
street, at 8:30 a. m., Wednesday, January 30th.
Sp* {■ ROYAL PS&oi? Jofc
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies. A maryel of pari
ty, strength and wholeeomenesa. More eaonomi
cal than tke ordinary kinds, sad cannot) be sold
in competition with the mulHtadee at low teet,
Ehort weight, alum or phosphate powders. Sold
only n cans. Royal Baking Powihb Co., 106
Wall reet, Now York.
I BEST
■ TEETH
J^eotaStracteawithoatpain^Allwork guar
anteed. Dr. Cullum, 41 East 8d 3t., Cor. Cedar.
LOCATION
OF
Sealed bids for the Location of the next State
Fair will be received by the tiecretary, R. C.
Judson, Farmington,
Up to February 20.
By order of Board of Managers.
SENNBY & HUBNER
, 108 and 106 West Third Strati - /
Opposite Matrcstttttu: Ho:«l
KSAL ESTATE-
MONEY.
We have in hand, of "the root
of all evil," about
v $4,0,000!
To Loan on Improved City Prop
erty. The demand is active and
those who wish to Borrow, would
do well to apply promptly.
REAL ESTATE!
We have an extensive list of
Choice Business and Residence
Property for sale in all parts of
the city, and Acres in the sub
urbs.
A Front Office !
We have for rent in the new
Eice building where we are now
located, a very desirable front
room, on the Southwest corner
Of Jackson and Fifth streets.
Give us a call.
OOOSMH k MWPOST.
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DAVIS & BROWN.
Real Estate dim fortune IMS
860 Jeckson Street, St. Paul, Mian.
Investments made and taxes paid (or non
residents. '-'Si'l '£
WILLIAM G. ROBERTSON,
REAL ESTATE
AND
FINANCIAL AGENT,
(Successor to D. A. Robertson & Co., the oldest
real estate agency in Minnesota.)
Ho. 7 McQuillan Block cor. 3d & Wabashaw.
R. W. JOHNSON,
Heal Estate Agent,
Hannhelmer Block, Boom 11.
ST. PAUL. - - - MINIS
A. V. TEEPLE,
Real Estate and Loan Broker
No. 68 East Third Strsat.
ST. PAUL, - - - MINN.
HEZEK3AH HALL,
(Twelve years established in St. Paul as)
EEAL ESTATE AND MONET BROKER,
Corner Third and Robert streets, in the Savings
r/y 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 well to correspond, 864
BRISBIN & FARWELL,
Law Office.
RbbMt.e,
. Cor. of Wabashaw and .Fourth street,
Over Express Office 270
jmrANOiAn.
MONEY LOANED
on furniture, pianos, in residence without re
moval. E. &F. Peters, 288 Bibley street, oppo
site Union depot. ' 800*
ACKEY'S LOAN OFFICE— bought
JJfJL money loaned on furniture, pianos, horsee,
wagons and personal property at low rates, with
out removal. Offices, Room 7, Fire and Marine
building, cor:.- or Third and Jackson street, St.
Paul, and Room 7, Mackey & Legg block, corner
of Fourth and Nicollet, Minneapolis. 26-207
LOANS on Life Ins. Policies. L. P. Van
Norman, No. 245, Ist Aye S. Minneapol is.
KAYANJGWS AUCTIONS.
FTNE PIANO, furniture, stoves, etc., at auc
tion. On Tuesday, Jan. 29, commencing
at 10 a. m., I will sell at auction at the store
No. 169 East Seventh street, "Kahn's old stand,"
one fine seven and one-third octave piano, in
use but one year, fine, clear tone, and rich sub
bass; fine parlor suits, bedroom suits, easy
chairs, sideboards, wardrobes, divans, lounges",
chairs, tables, sewing machines, springs, mat
tresses, bedding, crockery, cooking stoves,
ranges, one fine Westminster No. 50 coal stove,
carpets and a large variety of household goods
of every description. It will pay to attend the
sale.
P. T. KAVANAGH,
27-29 Auctioneer.
C^ITY PROPERTY AT AUCTION—I will sell
J at auction on the premises on Wednesdiy,
Jan. 80, at 2p. m., the property known as the
Town House property in West St. Paul, and
being the east fifty feet of lot I, block 85, West
St. Paul proper, together with two-story
building which with slight improvements can
be rented for $25 per month. Terms made
known hereafter.
P. T. KAVANAGH,
27-30 Auctioneer.
BVSINESS CHANCES.
TT'LOUR MILL, roller process, choice loca
-€? tion. All complete and for sale cheap.
Mnst be part cash. Address Lock Box 14, Ano
ka, Minn. 24-51
TAILORING.
Fin Tailori,
146 EAST THIRD STREET.
FIVE GEMS ALTO
SITUATIONS WASTED.
WANTED— A situation by a young Norwe
ww gian lady who is . well educated, to take
care of children or "assist in housework. Bett
of referesce. Address E, 16, Globe office.
23-80
W "ANTED—Situation by a man and wife on
a farm. Eighteen years' experience. Ad
dress J. W. Harris, corner Frank and Ross
streets. •:; 25-31
Males.
XX7"ANTEDA situation as coachman, by •
■ v ¥ man who thoroughly understands the
business, has had long experience. Beetofrefor
ences. Address 51. Dempsey, Globe office. '.
.339*.
WANTED— 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. 5 Address B, Globe office. 832*
SITUATIONS OFFERED.
Female*.
%17 ANTED—SO girls to sew on steam power
v ? machines. First-class hands can get
steady work and good pay. Apply in manu
facturing department. Lindeckes, Warner &
Schurmeier, corner Fourth and Sibley streets.
27-30
WANTED —One girl to wash dishes and one
for dining room, at 382 Robert street.
25-31
A SWEDE or German girl for general house
work, at 167 Virgin.a avenue. Mrs. Jno.
P. Larkin. . 23-29
: Males. '
MHO Dtjy GOODS HOUSES— Wanted— a po-
JL lition by a firet-cles3 salesman and buyer,
wholesale or retail; age 35; twenty years experi
ence, "ten iw London, eight at Liverpool and two
in this country. Address F., Globe offica.
29 35 "'-•-•••• :■
W\NTED— Agcod boy living with his ta
Tt rents. Must be willing, and write a fair
hand. . Address Wholesale, this otface. 29
WANTED— Young men and ladies to learn
shoit-hand. Linglo & MeKnight'e
i Schools of Phonography, Fourth and Wabashaw,
St. Paul; Third and Nicollet, Minneapolis.
: 20e0d34
toj&ent
H.UUXCH
OR RENDwelling 284 Bice, corner of
Summit avenue; $35. Also, furnished
dwelling, 282 Rice street, near Summit avenue;
$55. Reference required. Apply at premises
or to A. R. Kiefer, 190 East Seventh street.
, 17*
X7>OK RENT—A. boarding house of sixteen
JL. rooms. Will rent from now until the first
of May tor $30. No 222 Acker street. 345*
FOB RENT— j cottage with four rooms,
. pantry and closets, good water and every
convenience. Apply to J. C. McCarthy, Sixth
war<* - 270*
fjpcTBENT— of six rooms on Ohio
JL - street. Inquire of P. R. McDonnell, grocer,
corner George and Ohio streets, Sixth ward.
175* .
Xcoma.
BEAUTIFUL furnished rooms for tent, suita
ble for two or three gentlemen or gentle
man and lady, 424 Wabashaw, corner Seventh
street, Steele block. 28-30
FOR RENT—Newly furnished rooms hoated
by furnace, also table boarders wanted at
19 and 21 Ease Ninth. 27-30
Tj^URNISHED ROOM—For gentlemen; bath
J. room attached. 877 Washington street,
opposite city hall. 27-29
TO RENT—One sever-room house and one
five-room house in West St. Paul. Inquire
of T. Manning, 436 Jackson street. 20*
FOn SALB.
EOR SALE—The hotel property, stock,
bowling alley and fixtures.corner Van Buren
and Dale streets. Inquire at Globe office.
FOR SALE—At a bargain, a large, strong
working team, weight 2, 60U; also good
wagen and harness. For particulars inquire of
P^ J. Bowlin, 38^8jbley street. 27-30
EOR SALE—Mortgages from $250 to $1,000,
Amply secured by improved real estate,
covered by insurance: Ten per ce:it. interest
semi-annually and 4 to 5 months interest ao
cruod. An absolutely secured and a paying in
vestment. Potter, Thompson & Co., Room 3,
Mackey & Legg block, Minneapolis'. 26-30
FOR SALE—A good Reatty church organ
cheap, at 482 Ellen 6'rat. 25-34
LOTB in the flat, near levee line, at a bargain.
Paul Martin & Co., end of bridge, West
side. 24-29
EOR SALE—II furnished rooms, centrallj
located, with extra low rent. Inquire 14J
East Seventh street. 4*
BJSAL USTATE.
CjlOffl Cash and $5 per month will secure a
y^J/mi fJ good lot on the first bench, West side
Paul Martin & Co., end of bridge. 24-29
WEST ST. PAUL—Best bargains offered
A. B. Wilgus & Bro., 354 Jackson. 27-8S
T7IOB SALE— following desirable lota:
X? lots corner Pleasant avenue and Sixth street
2 lots on Rice street, between Iglehart and Til
toa streets; 10 lots in Irvine's Second addition,
fonting on Seventh street, (end of bridge); Vi
los in Irvine's addition to West St. Paul; also,
a well established paying business. Apply to
George W. I'urnbull, 848 Exchange street, city:
223*
HOMES on monthly payments. Paul Martin
& Co., end of bridge". 24-29
)'. IST your property for sate and orders for
\a purchases with Geo. H. Hagxard, Beal
Estate and Loan Asent, 170 Ktst Third Btroet,
St. Paul. ' SO*"
PAUL MARTIN & CO., the West side real es
tate dealers, have a choice list of property
on the hills atd in the flats, for sale; if you are
in search of a home, give us a call, at 91 Dakota
avenue, etd of bridge. 24-29
HOUSES AND LOTS in West St. Paul. A.
B. Wilgus & Bro., 354 Jackson. 27-33
T —In any and all parts of the ward at the
I 1 lowest prices possible. Buy now . and get
the benefit of the raise. Lawton Bros , 175
Dakota avenue. 28-33
MISCELLANEOUS.
A LL persons having bills against Stees Bros.
XjL . and those indebted to them will please
call for settlement at their office, No. 70 East
Third street. ' 27-57
JT7»T nni~Y Practical Plumber
• £! ±u\J\JU and Gas Fitter, 397
Selby avenue,, near Western. Jobbing promptly
attended to. 25-31
WANTED— We want men and women every
where, to sell our Diamonds. Mo previous
experience necessary. For particulars address
WKAKLEY & BURNETT, 237 Vise street, Cin
cinnati. 15-15
CULLEN'S LIVERY, Nob. 23 and 25 West
Fourth street—The finest vehicles of all
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 receptions. Invitations delivered
with promptness and dispatch. K. P. Cullen.
8-98
ICIEST CLABS day board at International
; Hotel, corner Seventh and Jackson streete.
$4.50 per week. 354-84
NIC OL AY'S AUCTIONS.
(CHOICE WEST BT, PAUL PBOPEKTY AT
J Auction—Embracing business and residence
lota and Houses and lots—A. H. Nicolay will
sell at auction, Saturday, February 2, 1884 at 10
o'clock, at the Minnesota Real Estate Exchange,
No. 70 East Third street, desirable acre lota, ard
lot 3, also houses and lots in Brown & Jackson's,
Morris & Eaton's, Hitchcock's, Robertson's, Ba
zille & Robert's, Irvine's and Marshall's addi
tions to West Bt. Paul. Many situated close to
the new railroad and other important improve
ments, which will more than double in value
these lots, in a few months. All investors
should attend this auction sale. Terms liberal.
For full particulars apply to A. H. Nicolay,
auctioneer and real estate agent, No. 70 East
Third street, 29-33 l
" CLOTHING.
The Greatest Bargains
.E^SJR KNOWN XJSr
OLOTHINGr s
ARE NOW BEING OFFERED
At Sattler Brothers Assignment Sale,
• AT BOTH STORES,
91 East Third street, and 153 East Third street.
othing is actually being sold at half value, in order to spee
dily obtain Cash. S. BERGMAN, Assignee.
PAWNBROKER.
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES, DIAMONDS
. AND RICH JEWELRY OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
An Immense Stock of FORFEITED PLEDGES for Half Their Origi
nal Cost, Consisting of
Gold Watches of all styles, Silver Watches of all makes,' Diamonds in Solitaire an 1 Clr.atoi
Rings, Solitaire and Cluster Veil Pins and Brooches, Diamond Stalls; several very hoe pai Dia
mond Cuff Buttons Diamond Collar Buttons; an unusual large assortment of Diamond Kurdrorw,
Solid Gold Rings, plnin and set; God Chains, Gold LJracelets Plated Chains of all styles; Gold-
IleailedCates; Sterling Silver^ Knives, Forks and Spoons, Music Bozes^ Musical Instruments,
Opera Glasses, Clocks and Silverware, ; Guns, Rifles and Revolvers, &c, dec. Hend for Catalogue
and list of Prices. Goods sent C. O. D., with privilege of examination. Watch Kepwring, Dia
mond Setting and Engraving.
MONEY TO LOAN ON ALL GOODS OF VALI7E.
E. LYTLE,
f
Pawnbroker & Jeweler,
41 Jackson St the Merchants Hotel.
BOOT AND BHOZ DFAI.2I/8.
SCHLIEK & CO..
NO, 89 EAST TBSRD STREET,
ipisii Boots km.
Kt. Paul Agency for BUST'S, GRAY'S,
REYNOLD'S, and Many Others.
I |u^?~ Mail orders promptly filled.
AND TELEGRAPHIC INSTITUTE
Han long einos established its claims to public favor and has now entered upon Its 18th year na«i
the most favorable Buepices. Send tor catalogue giving full particulars. Cor. 8d and Jack»o=.
W. A. FAIiDIH Principal.
STANDARD SCALES.
FAIBBANI~F ECLIPSE ~
BTANDAHD BELF-REfiULATING
SOALEB: HND MILLS.
FAIRBANKS, MORSE & GO., • 371 & 373 SHsy Stel
FnSTE TAILOEING.
E.H.SOHLIEK,
331 Wabashaw, cor. Fourth.
BOOTS & SHOES.
AGENT FOX CURTIS & WHEELER.
Latest styles of GentV and Ladies Fine Boot* k Shoes
just received.
WHOLESALE D3AIi£R6.
NOYES BROS. & CUTLER,
IMPORTERS & WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
68 and 70 Bibley Street. Corner Fifth, - - - St. Paul, Minn
WHOLESALE STATIONERY.
W.A.IID, HILL & McCLEJLJLA. IS
IMPOBTEBS AND JOBBERS OF
Stationery, Druggists' Sundries and Toys,
407 SIBLEY STREET, ST. PAUL, MINN.
We also have the sole control of tho merchandise constituting the stock of the T. 8. WHITH
STATIONERY COMPANY, which must be sold to close their business. We devote an entire fioo
of our nov store 407 Sibley street, to its display and offer yon some big bargains. Call ar:i skc tj«.
MUSICAL IHSTBTTHESia.
WEBER PIANOS.
AfflnMpl Si ArtiSiS i Bis! in i Wo*
I know of none superior to the Weber and none that can oom*
pete with them for uarability.—Teresa Garreno.
The tone of the Weber Piano is so sweet, rioh and sympathetic,
yet so full, that I shall always rank you as the greatest manufac
turer of the day.—Emma Thursby.
Weber Pianos excel all others in volume of tone and in power
of expression.—S. Lieblingt
There are no Pianos in the world that sustain the voice like th*
Weber.—Bzaraa Abbott.
R. C. MUNGEK, Agent, St. Paul
Send fur Catalogue*.
. ■' :-■•■': TANNERS.
James McMillan & Co.,
Proprietors of the
MINNNEAPOLIS SHEEPSKIN TANNERY,
■ AND DEALERS IN .-'-
HIDES, SHEEP PELTS, WOOLIAND PUBS,
iffl&lo9 First AuenueSoutb, MINNEAPOLIS, MINN.
Shipments solicited. Write for circulars.
BU3INE3B GOLLSBX9.

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