OCR Interpretation


Daily globe. [volume] (St. Paul, Minn.) 1878-1884, February 01, 1884, Image 9

Image and text provided by Minnesota Historical Society; Saint Paul, MN

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn83025287/1884-02-01/ed-1/seq-9/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for 8

n
DAI) WKATBFB BUI.IETI^.
O*FICK CHIKi galttKAL' OFFICKB,
WASEISGION, D. C.,lJan. 31. 9:56 p. m.
Observations taken at the same moment of
ti.;o ut sL;£><laUon6.
-Ur?SI'S"fISEiaSIPBSf ALLEY.
Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather.
B*. rii>i! 60.(0 -2 8 Clear.
Bt.Lo3ii 80.07 £!'. N Clear.
Ls Cross* 30.03 6 W Clear.
HOBTHWBST.
Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather.
BibraatcfcV: 29.74 16 SE Lt. Snow.
Ft. Garry 29.80 -15 8 Clear.
Minnedoaa 29.75 -12 8W Clear.
M.,.-.,h,-.rt . 29.90 -11 SE Clear.
Q'A'jptll} 29.53 10 8W Hy Ruin.
Bt. Vincent 29.80 7 13 S Clear.
HOJiTHEJiN BOCKT aTOTJHTAIH SIXJPB.
B»r. Ther. Wind. Weather.
Ft. ■ inaboine..29.Bo 86 EW Clear.
Ft. tfuford 29.65 23 W Clear.
Pc Coster 2U.98 41 NW Clear.
Helena,* A. T...30.13 89 W Clear.
Huron, Dak 29.90 21 8 Cloudy.
Medicine Hat....89.57 87 SW Clear.
CPPEK LAKES.
Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather.
Oalath 39.94 a SW Clear.
Ciiicjgo 30.00 17 NVV Clear. \
HDDLK; EABTEBN BOCZT MOUNTAIN SLOPE.
Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather.
Do; P...'..... 90.12 47 SW Clear.
Dodge City 30.14 34 NW Clear.
MISSOURI VALLEY.
Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather.
L^»<":vrorth....3!>oß 82 8 Hazy.
O-caha 20.04 27 HE Clear
i
V«r. TV.»'. DewPolLt, \£ln.S. Weather.
23:911 1.8 1.0 W Clear.
Amount of melted scow 0, maximum thor
raouiste.-, 12.C; rciniruirn thsrmore.ster, —2.5;
. , 15.1.
- froxen.
;■;•,;,)—iiarometcr corrected fur tsrapsratura
ion.
P. F T.vcs:i
Bor2C"-t SiEaal Co~r-f» 0. S. A.
to-day's wkathkb.
WASinKGTOS, Feb. 1. —1 a. m.lndications
for tho upper ■ ■■• :->.sippi: Fair weather fol
lowed in the northern portion by local snows,
winds generally shifting southerly, falling bar
ometer, northern portion risiug, followed by
f.-iliii;;; in southern generally wanner weather.
Missouri: Fair weather in the southern portion,
local snows in the northern portion, followed by
clearing weather, southerly winds fo.lowed,
western portion by winds shifting northwest,
lulling barometer, warmer.
CITX GL.OBCL.Kb,
The city sohool teacher 3 will be paid off
for January to-night.
The court house eumniission met at ;5:30
yesterday, but lacking one cf a quorum
rned to 10 a. m. to day.
-Jvidge Br'H granted a divorce to Maggi6
Whitwain from F. E. Whitwain yesterday
in-- ripsertioD, and awarded her the oustc
rx-t child.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Woman's Christian home will be held at
the home to-dey (Friday) at 2:30 o'clock.
: ixttendanoe is requested.
'If o. Peterson, of St. Cloud, a festive
stone cutter, got too premi3cnous on
Seventh street at an early hour last even
ing End was run in by the police.
Albert SeheSer filed an action in the
district court yesterday to recover judg
ment egainst George Beuavai and W. D.
Bailey on an unpaid note of $407.25. .
Tho new D3}ton Bluff and West St. Paul
lire companies will be appointed in about
ten days, by which time it is expected that
the new engines will be received and ready
for use.
There were thirty five first and two gen
eral alarms of fire in this city in January,
while the department attended two outeide
the city limits, those at the Stillwater pen
itentiary.
Second Lieutenant William Becker,
of Company C, First regiment of Minne
sota National Guards, has been elected
first lieutenant of that company, vice
Fred Sibley, resigned.
A decision was filed in the United States
circuit oourt yesterday by Judge MoCrary,
overruling the motion for a new trial in
the oa»e of Chauncy W. Griggs against
W. H. Watson and others.
Margaret Rodley, alias the Woman in
Black, commenced her leap year festivi
ties this morning by being celled at the
city hall, where she gave the denizen? sev
ere! favorite airs from her favorite operas.
Landlord O'Keefe with a list of fifty
three guests at one o'clock this morning,
reports that he has entertained 1,206 of
this character of traveling oustnm in the
hotel de tramp during the month of Janu
ary.
A meeting of the directors of the gym
nasium will be held in the mayor's office
next Monday evening, to arrange for an
exhibition. A tug of war is proposed be
tween a picked number of men from the
gymnasium and an equal number of po
licemen.
Atrnrgement3 are being made by St.
Paul lodge Brotherhood of Locomotive
Firemen, for a complimentary ball to be
given at Pfeifer's hall on the 13th inst.
The affair will be both elaborate and ex
clusive end only those holding invitations
will be admitted.
Deputy Sheriff Strong has been rear
ranging the eeats outside the rail in the
district court room, and has so fixed them
that both aisles can be used when the
room ia crowded without compelling a
man to walk on a pavement of human
heads to reach the clerk's desk.
Of the §10,000 capital stock of the St.
Paul League Base Ball club, $7,000 is al
ready pledged, and there is beginning to
be some talk about the manager ani play
ers to be secured. Hurry up that remain
iLg $8,000 so as to give us a chance to
have the best skill in every particular.
The supreme court sustained the claim
of Wilson & Lawrence for $475 for fees
for legal service against the Minneapolis
& Northwestern railroad by a decision
made public yesterday. A telegraph or
telephone message between partiesdoing
bus:uess is ruled to be primary eyidenca
in an action at law.
Jolm Campbell, accused cf stealing a
satchel at the union depot a few days ago,
was arrested by Officer Zirklebach in
Montgomery's restaurant, corner of Third
and Jjickson streets at 1:14 this morning
and transferred to the city hall in the
phantom Concord wagon.
Deputy Register of Deeds J. P. Leitner
And wife filed articles of adoption of Adol
phena Wolf and her change of name to
Ida L?itner in the district court clerk's
offica yesterday. The adoption was made
Ja2,; 3, ISBO, at the request of the girl's fa
ther, the mother beinr^ dead, and when the
ohild was abont three years of age.
The decision rendered in the ease of
Andrew Scorer, respondent, vs. Chas. L.
Horse, appellant, by the supreme oonrt
yeaterJfiy can be construed as hostile to
theoinimi of some of the trades unionß,
viz: ' What another individual in the same
employment as plaintiff recoived as wages
ia not proof of the value of plaintiffs aer-'
vices."
Yesterday morning the attention of
Officer Cook was called to the actions of a
man ia the union depot who seemed to be
either crazy or suffering from an attack of
the ji.ujims. He was brought to the
city trill and Chief Clark called the city
physician who sent him to the hospital.
Letters found in his pockets showed his
na.'i eto be George Hardisby and he was
irtently in the employ of the Hudson
Bay company. He was on his vray from
ii.iush Columbia to Montreal, evidently
o -• tt!e the estate of his father.
The ptreet cleaners were picking the ice
humps down on Third street crossings yes
terday.
Tie firs alarm telegraph office of Super
intendent J. R.Jenkins in the third story
of the central fire hall, has been neatly
carpeted and fitted with gas burners, and
the establishment and apparatus will com
pare most favorably with any city of the
frize of St. Paul either east or west, if not
more so.
Four metal sliding poets, one in the
office of Chief Black, one in the sleeping
■ipertments of the chemical engine p,nd
tvo in those of the heck and ladder boys,
hava been claeed in the new central fix*
hall, and the two other engine houses with
out them will have the same erected there
in to day. You can skip from a second
story to a first on one of these institntions
whiie a swift talker is saying "Jack Rob
inson."
On account of the loss of many files
from the vault cf the office of the clerk of
the district conrt 'or the past few months
and an increase in this accident, miaohief
or carelessness on the part of lawyers
mostly, reporters secondarily, court title
hunters thirdly and people who have no
business therein fourthly, the powers that
be have determined to rail in those sacred
precincts from the whole general public
and have a clerk wait on all demands of
those whose business demands the right of
the vault contents. The new order of
things goes into effect on Saturday of the
present week. .
PERSONAL.
Hon. H. R. Wells, Preston, is at ihe Met
ropolitan,
F. J. Nesbitt, of Bozeman, was in the
city yesterday.
Hon. It. L. Frazee, of Frazee City, is at
the Merchants.
M. T. Woulard, of Halifax, N. S. is at
the Merchants.
Capt. Van Etten, of Sank Centre, is on a
visit to St. Paul.
James Leavit, of Perham, called at the
oapitol yesterday.
Dan. A. Dodge, Duluth, was at the Mer
chants yesterday.
L. C. Stanley, of Chippewa Falls, was in
the city yesterday.
John H. Akermann, of Young America,
is at the Clarendon.
Capt. C. H. Potter and wifo, U. S. A.,
are at the Merchants.
P. It. Dashiell, of South Carolina, was at
the Merchants yesterday.
Senator C. L. McDonald, of St. Clond,
is at the Merchants.
Senotor W. M. Campbell, of Litchfield,
was at the Merchants yesterday.
Capt. J. D. Wood, the able editor of the
Fergus Falls Democrat, is in the oity.
Forty-five of the members of GrauVi
Opera company are at the Clarendon.
Will Nichols, assistant clerk of the su
preme court, is suffering temporary ill
ness.
Jules Gran, manager of Gran's Opera
company, and several of his troupe are at
the Metropolitan.
D. L. Sterling, Esq., the manager of the
White Rock mineral springs, Wankesha,
Wis., was in the city yesterday.
N. P. Haugen, railroad commissioner for
Wisconsin, visited the railroad department
at the state oapitol yesterday.
Theodore Sander, assistant state treas
urer, has been confined to his house wuh
rheumatic fever tho past ten tiajs.
Geo. Robinson, of London, Freeborn
county, one of the solid farmers of that
section, is visiting friends in the oity.
Capt. O. C. Merriman and W. M. Bur
rows, prominent lumbermen of Minneapo
lis, visited State Auditor W. W. Braden
yesterday.
C. B. James and J. Fallman, Detroit; J.
C. Van Norman, Dnluth; A. A. Crandall,
Rochester; S. S. McKinney, Chatfleld, and
W. L. Hickman, of St. Louis, are at the
Metropolitan.
[Special Telegram to the Globe.]
Chicago, Jan 31. —The following: regis
tered today at the Grand Pacific hotel:
John H. King and D. H. Henry and wife,
Chamberlain, D. T.; Roy Herrick, Miss
Nettleton, E. P. Coprer, and Miss Thomp
son, Minneapolis; John Douglas, St. Paul;
J. F. R. Fobs, Frederick, I. P. E., Winni
peg.
Palmer house Mrs. J. P. Haywood,
Yankton, D. T.; H. H. Fuller and Frank
Wood, St. Paul; O. S. Gifford, Canton, D.
T.; A. R. I. Bormitock, Ed. Rowona, and
E. N. Armina, Paris Gibson, I. A. Wakely,
Seattle, Washington territory; W. C. Bu
chanan, Fargo, D. T.
* ■
STATE DAIRYMEN'S SOCIETY.
The Seventh Annual Meotiog at Faribault
Feb. 7 and B—Programme of the Exer
cises and the Premiums.
The seventh annual meeting of the Min
nesota State Dairymen's association takes
place at Faribanlt on Feb. 7 and 8,
and the people of Rice county
are arranging to give the
association a cordial welcome. Hons.
Lsvi Nutting, Henry Chaffe and Ara Bar
ton are the local committee on arrange
ments, and they are putting things in ex
cellent shape. The Milwaukee & St. Paul
road will carry delegates at one and one
fifth fare, and the express companies will
return butter and goods sent through them
free.
The Programme.
The following is the programme:
THURSDAY, FEB. 7, 1884.
10 a.m.—Meeting called to order by the
president.
Prayer by the Rev. Geo. B. Whipple.
Address of welcome, by Mayor H. W. Pratt;
response by Prof. E. D. i'ortor, of State Agri
cultural college.
Singing by the Glee club.
Address by Col. John H. Stevens.
Appointment of committees. >
1 :30 p. m.—The Jersey Cow in Her Native
Home, by Chas. LaViscounte.
Address, by Got. L. F. Hubbard.
Management o.' Creameries, by W. B. Straight.
Discussion of eaino.
Hints on the Dairy, by Samu9l Deering.
7 p, m.—iUusie.
Tne Cow, by Gen. J. H. Baker.
Discussion of same.
Song, by J. G. Lombird.
The Best Method of Putting up Hay, by John
T. Ames.
Discussion of same.
Address, by Col. R. M, Littler.
AT COURT HOUSE, FRIDAY, FBBXOABX 8, 138
10 a. m.. Minnesota and her Dairymen, by A.
P. McKinstrey.
Some Hints to the Dairy Farmer, by W. D.
Hoard, Wis.
Discussion of same.
The Butter at County Fairs, by Col. Mc-
Gliucey.
Election of officers.
Diseases and Treatment of Domestic Animals
—Dairy Stock, by Dr. E. A. A. Grange V. S.
Agricultural college, Mich.
7:30 p.m. Banquet at Hill's new hall.
Fremtum List.
CLASS "A."— BUTTEE.
First Premium.Best 20 pounds in jars
or tubs, solid silver coffee pot, value. ..$ 15 00
Second Premium.—.Creamer, value 10 00
Third Premium. —Spoon holder, value... 7 00
CLASS 'B.'—CREAMERY BDTTEB OF NOT LESS THAN
25 LBS.
First, Premium.— pot, value $15 00 ,
THlfi fcT. ?AUL DAILY GLOBE. FRIDAY MOKNING, FEBRUARY i, 1884.
Second Premium.—Slop bowl, value.... 7£o
CLASS "C."—BOLL Ot PBIST BUTTER.
First Premium. —Sugar bowl, value $10 00
Second Premium. —Creamer, value ■ 7 00
OBNAKZNTAL BUTTEB.
First Premium. —Spoon bolder, value.... 8 00
Second Premium.—Slop bowl, value .... 7 50
BEST TWENTY POUNDS OF BX7TTEB.
First Premium.—Coffee pot, value 15 00
Second Premium. —Sugar bowl, value .... 850
CHEESE.
Best three cheeses 8 00
Second best th ree cheeses 5 00
Goods should he sent to the care of Wm. Mcc,
Fairbault.
All portions competing for premiums will be
expected to become members of the association
by payment of fee of $1 .CO.
Room will be provided for the exhibition of
dairy implements.
WH. Fowlee, President, Newport.
J. G. Bass. Secretary, Minneapolis. ";;•
A. H. Nicolay, Auctioneer.
sells to-morrow (Saturday) choice West St. Paul
property at auction, at JO a. m., at the Minne
sota Real Estate exchange, No. 70 Eat Third
street. For particulars see advertisement under
Nicolay's auctions.
To Be Satisfactorily Administered.
The estate of Patrick Brady, the well
known bachelor, who died in this city the
3d of last month, came up for tho appoint
ment of an administrator in the probate
court yesterday. Hi 3 relatives consist of a
mother and two brothers in Ireland and
three brothers resident in Minnesota.
Thomas Brady, of St. Paul, having applied
for letters of administration on the estate,
winch is valued at $15,000, his brother.?
John and Bernard appeared and opposed
the appointment on the ground of incom
petency. After an honr had been con
sumed in hearing testimony, the brothers
held a consultation with their attorneys,
which resulted in the election of Hon. O.
O. Gullen, of St. Paul, far administrator of
the: estate.
Sent to (lie V»(ii khouse.
Judge Wilkin passed tha following sen
tences in the district conrt yesterday, and
the prisoners wore lodged immediately
thereafter in the St. Paul workhouse:
James Keenan, pleading guilty of the lr.r
ceny of an overcoat from Samuel Frank,
three months; Lsvm Young, convicted of
the larceny of a gold watch from Charles
Swanson, sixty days; Ole Anderson, plead
ing guilty to the larceny of tools from the
shops of the St. Paul & Manitoba railway,
four months, and Wm. Adam pleading
guilty of simple larceny of a $50 over
coat, three months.
Republicans in Convention.
Pab3Ons, Ks., Jan. 31.—The Republicans
of the second congressional district held a
convention here to-day to nominate a can
didate to fill the vaoanoy caused by the
death of Dudley L. Haskell. Resolutions
were adopted favoring protection for
American labor, complete liberty, exact
equality, and the exercise 'of civil and
political rights. Also approving the ac
tion of the last Republican congress in
refusing to restore the land grant to the
Texas Pacific railroad; endorsing the
determination of the Republican party to
hold public domain for actual settlers, and
a&kicg the establishment of ' a soldiers'
home in Kansas. Also asserting that inter
state commerce should be regulated, and
favoring the payment of the national
debt as rapidly as the resources of tho
government will permit. »A resolution, eu
logistic of the late D. L. Haskell was also
adopted. The convention then nominated
E. H. Funßton, Anderson county, by a
large majority, which was made unani
mous.
To facilitate the digestion and assimilation of
food take Allon's Iron Tonic Bitters. All genu
irebears the signature of J. P. Allen, druggist,
St. Paul, Minn.
Mr. Ferris, proprietor of the Sherman house,
has placed in his office a life aized portrait
I crayon) of himself and wile, by the Artist
Mantz, which are said to excel any work of the
kind done in tho city, costing ? 100.00. He is
now enraged on Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Baley's,
who reside on St. Anthony Hill. Call on him at
his studio, 880 Pt. Douglas street, or address
his agent, who will call on you.
J. J. CLABON,
880 Pt. Douglas street, St. Paul, Minn.
A. H. Nieolay, Auctioneer,
sells to-morrow (Saturday) choice West St. Paul
property at auction, at 10 a. m., at tho
Minnesota Real Estate exchange, No. 70 Ea6t
Third street. For particulars see advertisement
under Nicolay's auctions.
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never yariee. A marvel of puri
ty, strength and whclesoznaness. More economi
cal than tke ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold
in competition with the multitudes of low test,
short weight, alum or phosphate powdare. Bold
only n cans. Royal Eazisg Poweis 0o 15 IOC
Wall reel, New York.
Teeth extracted without pain All work guar
anteed. Dr.Culluin, 41 East 3d St., Cor. Cedar.
~™~TO THE fHl™^
We, the undersigned liverymen of Bt. Paul,
having the finast carrsages and hearses in th«
city, do hero agree to furnish carriages and
hearses for funerals at the following prices, viz:
Morning's carriages, $2.00 each.
. " hearses, 3.00 '*
Afternoon's carriages, 3.00 "
" hearses, 4.00 "
KIMBLEP. CULLEN, 23 &25 West Fort St
W. L. NICHOLS, 84 West Fourth St.
J. F. ALEXANDER, cor. Eighth and Sibley Sts.
E. W. SHIRK, Overpeck's old etard.
GEO. W. JURNBULL, 84S Exchange St.
HEWjSON C. SEMPLE, cor. of Tenth and Pine.
32
Wtli«adnf«ii.< i3rfiri.:dn.v. mei^H
« B/lf>J C:ATAi.OOV;t, ■
For it;:;. »'U ;«v*. ill' Kiifr.ivins^H
of ir.stmmert., i-.uiu, Caps, &iu^H
Pompons, I iMnlets, Cip-LauijnV^^B^H
Stands. Dram Majort Stiffs, an<T^^^^B
I'.'tS Sundry Band Outfit*, Rapabbf I
Materials, ul: o factories Instruction aad If^r- .M
•njhm for Amateur Basdw aud • rilrillll i< 3fl
SEAL 2BTATK.
We have in hand, of "the root
of all evil," about
$4O,OOO!
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 tho new
Bice building where we- are now
located, a very desirable front
room, on the Southwest corner
of Jackson and Fifth streets.
Give us a call.
Oiiill & nBWFuMr.
rr~-> »— ... .-■1.,,- V — ILI.U|—. I.I.MHU—IIiHI U«HLf>»
DAVIS & BROWN.
M Estate ai iirtp Loan
380 Jackson Street, St. Fan!, Minn.
Investments mads and taxes paid for non
residents.
WILLIAM G. ROBERTSON,
REAL ESTATE
AND
FINANCIAL AGENT,
(Successor to D. A. Robertson Co., the oldoat
real estate agency in Minnesota.)
So. 7 McQuillan Dlock cor. 3d & Wabashaw.
R. W. JOHNSON,
Heal Estate Agent
Mannhqimsr Block, Boom 11.
ST. PAUL, - - - smm
A.V. TEEPLE,
Real Estate and Loan Broker ;
No. 68 Kaot Third Street.
ST. PAUL, .... - - - MINN.
HEZEKIAH [HALL,
(Twelve years established in St. Paul as)
REAL ESTATE AHD MOSEY 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. Capitalists will
do well to coriespond. 364
BRISBIN & FARWSLL,
Law Office*
boom::6,
Cor, of Wabashaw andiFonrth street,
Over Express Office 270
LOST AND FOUND.
TTIAKEN UP—l cow, which the owner can
JL have by proving property and paying
charges. C. Rousseau, Lake Como. 30-38
LOST —3mall light red cow with white spots,
six years old. A liberal reward will be paid
upon her return to W. R. Bailey, CourtJand
street, north of Oakland cemetery, or Cedar
strict, between Sixth and Seventh. 30-33
FINANCIAL.
MONEY LOANED
on furniture, pianos, in residence without re
moval. E. &F. Paters, 288 Sibley street, oppo
site Union depot. 300*
"JV/TACKEY'S LOAN OFFICE—Notes bought
JLfJL money loaned on furniture, pianos, horses,
wagoDs and personal-property at low rates, with
out removal. Offices, Room 7, Tire and Marine
building, cor. or Third and Jackson street, St.
Paul, and Room 7, Mackey & Le?g block, corner
of Fourth and Nicoliet, Minneapolis. 26-207
LOANS on Life Ins. Policies. L. P. Van
Norman, No. 245, Ist Aye 8. Minneapol is.
BUSINESS CHANCES.
"COLOUR MILL, roller process, choice loca-
J. tion. All complete and for sale cheap.
Must be part cash. Address Lock Box 14, Ano
ka, Minn. 24-51
EDUCATIONAL.
lit Sit Joseph's
ACADEMYI
For lie Etelioa of Tones: Ladies'
DUBUQTJS, IOWA.
Parents desirous of placing their daughters in
a first class school, will do well to investigate
the claims of tnis institution. To the present
building, which is both spacious and beautiful,
a large addition is being erected, which will con
tain music, exhibition and recreation halls. The
course of studies in the different departments is
thorough, nothing being omitted that is neces
sary to impart a finished education. The musi
cal department comprises a thorough course for
graduation in Theory and Practice. Every ad
vantage is affordod to those who wish to pursue
a special course in painting; general instructions
in drawing are given in cass-rooms. Fur par
ticular apply to SISTER SUPERIOR. 8544
Notice to Contractors.
Proposals will be received for the several
parts of the work to be done and the materials
to be furnished in the erection of the
SEW CHAMBER OP COMMERCE BUILDM,
n accordance with plans and speoificationsjon
exhibition at the office of Carpenter & Teltz, Ar
chitects, Mannheimer Block. Bids subject to
usual conditions of acceptance and will be
opened February 10th.
By order of Building Committee,
26-85 J. B. SANBOBN, President.
BEST
TEETH
FIVE CENTS A LINE
SITUATIONS WANTED.
Mai es.
WO DBY GOODS HOUSES—Wanted—a po-
JL i ition by a first-class salesman and buyer,
wholesale or retail; age 35; twenty years experi
ence, |ten in London,'eight at Liverpool and two
in this country. Address F., Globe office.
29 35
\\J~ ANTED—A situation as coachman, by
" man who thoroughly .understands the
business, has had long experience. Best of refer
ences. Address M. Dempeey, Globe office.
»839* «
WANTED— A situation by a young Scotch
• ▼ Canadian, a§ed 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. 832*
SITUATIONS. OfTJBBXD.
Jlalex. '
WANTED — young man to canvass, by C.
¥ V Thomas, 48 West Third street. ?2
TX7"ANTED—Young men and ladies to learn
VV short-hand. Lingle & Mclvuight's
Sch-iols o? Phonography, Fourth and Wabaahaw,
St. Paul; Third and Nicoliet, ilinnoapolie.
2yeod34
I>OY WANTED, to feed cylinder press, at
) CoaniDgham'a, 325, V> abashaw street.
32-34
"IX7 ANTED— V boy (German), about 15 or
. f 16 year* old to d') chores about the house.
Cor-rarl Schmidt, 49 West Thiid street. 81-33
TV iltttfT
"I?Oil RENT—Alarga third-floor, f.OxIOJ feet,
-S well lighted, steam heated, with or with
out powtr and u>=e of olevator, water, gw, etc.;
euit-tclo for light manufacturing purpo&C3 . Ad
dress G. H., Daily Globs.
Houses
r% \O RENT— neat cottages, 4 to 6 foams
JL each, oa Mount Airy and Valley streets, $10
to $18. A chaiico to got a central location ;:r low
rates. R. Ball, at Saving' bank. 01-32
Or; RENT—A new house on Beaumont
J. street, near Lincoln school, 7 rooms, t;ood
cellar, cistern, and water works. Inquire 506
* oiling street. tO 84
fr^Olt RENT—Dwelling 284 ±iica, corner of
JC Summit avenue; $35. Also, furnished
dwelling, 282 Bice street, near Summit avenue;
$55. Reference required. Apply at premises
or to A. R. Kiefer, 19'J East Seventh street.
17*
FOR RENT—A boarding Louse of sixteen
rooms. Will rent from now unt 1 the first
of May for $30. No 222 Acker street. 3*3*
LjlOß "RENT—A cottage with four rooms,
&. pantry and closets, good water and every
convenience. Apply to i. C. McCarthy, Sixth
wart 1 270«_
TIFiUiNT House of air rooms on Ohio
. street. Inquire of P. It. McDonnell, grocer,
corner George and Ohio streets. Sixth T7^rd.
175* . .
Boome.
NICELY furnished rooms, heated with furnace
or stove; first-class table board, 19 East
Ninth street. 82-36
IpOR RENT— A large front room, first floor,
& elegantly furnishedmeals next door
231 West Sever.th street, one block from Seven
corners. 31-33
FOR BALB.
QL~t f\(\i\ House and lot on Park nve.
HD XU U This is a bargain. E. S. Nor
ton, 322 Jackson street. 31-85
AFA'j ING General Kotuil Stock, in a good
locality, at a great bargain. Trade $40,000
per annum. For terms and particulars, inquire
of P. T. Kavanagh, 49 East Third street, St.
Fail. Minn. 30-59
FOR SALE— hotel property, stock,
bowling alley and rixturea,corner Van Buren
and Dale streets. Inquire at Globe office.
FOB SALE —A good Roatty church organ
cheap, at 482 Ellen street. 25-84
FOR SALE—II furnished rooms, centrally
located, with extra low rent. Inquire 145
East Seventh street. -'- 4*:
tZISAJj ESTATE.
f OTB between Rice street and Oakland eomo
■ 1 tery, at low figures. These lots lay nice
and level. E. S. Norton, 322 Jackson ttreet.
81-85
WEST ST. PAUL— bargains offered.
VV A. B. Wilgus & Bn)., 354 Jackson. 27-33
11Q Lots laying high and locate! in a very
llv desirable location. Can be bought at a
very low figure; can sell out in single lots at a
very large profit. Lots in close proximity soil
ing for $850 and do not lay so well. These lots
in bulk can be bought for about $175 each.
This is one of the best bargains in the city.
These lots all inside the city limits and near
to important improvements. E. S. Norton, 822
Jackson street. 31-35
FOR SALE—Thtt following desirable lots:
lots corner Pit want avenue and Sixth strent
3 lots on Rice street, between Iglahart and Til
top. streets; 10 luts in Irvine's Second addition,
fonting on Seventh street, (end of bridge); lit
los in Irvine's addition to West St. Paul; also,
a well established paying business. Apply to
George W. i'ambull, 343 Exchange street, city:
223*
J\ IST youi property for sola and orders for
_i purchases with Goo. H. Haczard, P.-^ai
Estate and Loan Asrent, 170 East Third otreet,
Bt. Paul. 80'
HOUSES AND LOTS in West St. Paul. A.
B. Wilgus & Bro., 354 Jackson. i:7-33
LOTS — 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. 28-83
NICOLAY'S AUCTIONS.
CIHOICEWE6T ST. PAUL PROPERTY AT
/ Auction Embracing business aivl residence
lots and Houses and lotsA. H. Nicoiay 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 lots, and
lots, also houses and lots in Brown & Jackson's,
Morris & Eaton's, Hitchcock's, Robertson's, Ba
zilie & Kobe- Irvine's and Marshall's addi
tions to West St. 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. Nicoiay,
auctioneer and real estate agent, No. 70 East
Third street. ~ 29-38
MISCELLANEOUS.
TTTANTED TO BUY—'l he ir.side of a well
Vv located boarding house and saloon. Will
buy building and ground if for s*!e. Inquire of
A. R. Kiefer, broker, No. 180 East Seventh
street. ; 30-33
ALL persons having bills against Stees Bros,
and those indebted to them wilt please
call for setfelemett at thoir office, No. 70 East
Third street. 27-57
WANTED —We want men and -women every
where, to sell our Diamonds. No previous
experience noce?eßry. For particulars addrees
WcAKLEY & BURNETT, 237 Vine street, Cin
cinnati. • 15-15
/MULLEN'S LIVERY, Nos. 23 and 25 West
KJ Fourth street. —The firect 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. Cullea.
8-98
THIRST CLASS day board at International
JL Hotel, corner Seventh and Jackson streets.
. 50 per week. 254-84
SBNNEY & HXJBNEB
103 and 105 West Third Strati
jppotlta Sktropalltin Hotel
CLOTHING.
EVEE KNOWN IN
CLOTHING!
ABE NOW BEING OFFERED
At Settler Brothers' Assignment Sals,
fil OOUeui yiUliSuiy nuOSgiliygili ddfu?
AT BOTH STORES,
91 East Third sireet, am! 153 East Third street.
ES'Clothing is actually being sold at half value, in order to spoe
dily obtain Cash. S. BEEMAN, Assign
PAWN
GQLOANDSILVERWATCHES, DIAMONDS
AND RICH JHiWSLRY OP EVERY D3SCRIPTION.
Anlmmense StocTc of FORFEITED PLEDGES for llalf Their Oriyi
nalVvst,Con-.iHri,,fjof
poldWAtchw of jtU stylos. Silver Watch,, of all mnko,, Diamond, in Solitaire and Clustai
Ili3gs,S.>bia:r.jandCii:.-iCor\eilVi:^iia.l Brooche?;iJdamoad Studs; sevaralVi i n • m.; m l)t>v
monfU.Bfl Ruttoiis Diamond Collar Buttons; an anuaual largo assortment of Diamond EardiopaJ
Solid <ro:d Knsss plnin and set; Gold Chdns, Gold Braoaleia Plated Chains at all etylcsi Gold-
Headed . es, Siedsng Silver Knives, Forks wml Spbuns^ Mnsio Boxes, Musical histrumeataJ
Opera «};i£Bos, Clooss a:'.d Silverwiire,; Guns, Kilies aiid Revolvera, Ac., <\x SS tiead for Cataltwua
and List of Prices. Gcwls sent C. O. D.,with privilege of examination. Watch Kepw[ria« Dia
mond Setting and Engraving.
MONEY TO LOAN ON ALL GOODS OF VALUE.
-Hi. x X"i-jiii,
Pawnbroker & Jeweler,
41 Jackson St., Opposite the Merchants Hotel.
*
23002 AHP DEO3 BEATjSEB.
SCHLEEE &d CO..
_ NO, 89 EAST THMt SSMST,
Ifflisii Boots &SIIS.
It. Paul Agency for BUP.T'S, GRAY'S,
I iiEYKOLD'S, and Many Others.
I i^if Mail orders promptly filled.
BU3ISSS3 COLL3S33.
__
AND TELEGRAPHIC institute
Hue long elnc* established ito claims to public favor *nd has now uLitare-i >_j>ou lta IKth y^r nat»
tas moot rarorabln Lvispicw. Sand tor ca«uoguo giT"-. Jail partioalan. Cor. 3d and Jaoluua
W. A. FAnnrs Prlnclpftl.
OTANDABD SCALES.
" .^AIKBAM.I-. ' ECLIPSE
BT4HD4KO SKLI'-BEGULATIKa
A. LES FIND MILLS,
FAIRBANKS, 10BSE & CO., • 371 T 313 Site? Street
PINE TAIXjOHDSTG.
iil I nil * .lIW X% If |ifi| W
WHOLESALE DEALERS.
NOYES BROS. & CUTLER,
IMPORTERS <& WHOLESALE DRUG GISTS,
68 and 70 SiMey fitreet, Corner Fifth, - St.. Paul, */i«»r
WHOLESALE STATIONERY.
WABdZhILL & MoOLELLA "
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
Stationery, Druggists' Sundries and Toys,
407 SIBLEY STREET, ST. PAUL, MINN.
We also have the cole control of the merchandise constituting the stock of the T. 8. VVH1II!
STATIONERY COMPANY, which must be sold to close their business. Wo devote an entire floo
of our new store 407 Sibley street, to its display and offer yon some big bargains. Call and see at,
MT7EI3AL XITSTBUIOCKTa.
WEBER PIANOS.
L&UUWluliy.Oll li lilli 1 Bbbl ii i iruiiß.
I know of none superior to the Weber and none that can coin
pets with them for durability.— Carreno.
The tone of the Weber Piano is 30 sweet, rich and sympathetic,
yet so full, that I shall always rank you gb the greatest rnanufaj.
turer of the day.—Emma Thuraby,
Weber Pianos oxeel all others in voluao of ton« nnd in povrar
of expression.—S. Liebling,
There are do Pianos in the world ihst,t sustain the voioo like to*
Websr.-ISmina Abbott.
B. O. HUNGER, Agent, St. Panl.
Band for Catalosmea.
TANNERS.
James McMillan & Co.,
Proprietors of the
MINNNEAPOLIS SHEEPSKIN TANNERY
AND DEALZBB IS *
HIDES, SHEEP PELTS, WOOL AND PURS
„ . , „ . M . , 109 First Anenue South, AIINSEAPOLIS, MINN.
KblonVTitß Solicited. Write *or njrrnlflra.
DUKE P. SMITH
INSTRUCTOR OF
PIANO-FORTE.
Pupil of the eminent pianist, and teacher, 8.
B. Mills, of New York, and for several years a
teacher in well known educational institutions.
and of private classes, most rospectf ally tenders
his services to those desiring a thoroughly com
petent, experienced and conscientious teacher.
TERMS:
Twenty lessons (one hour) $40 OfO
Twenty lessons (half hour) 25 Goo
Orders may be left at my studio, over B. C.
Monger's Masic Store, 107 E Third street. 206
TAILORING .
File ratal,
146 EAST THIRD STREET.
Toys,

xml | txt