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Onr City Subscribers.
We shall esteem it a favor if all onr city sab
noribers who receive their papers by carrier, wil
report every delinquency at the office. I the
paper i3 missed or in late we desire to know it
that we may apply the remedy. With rare ex
ceptions the carriers can have their papera de
livered by half-past six. Whore they are later
than that, subscribers should report at the
GX/OBK office. We have reason to believe that
thr-ra has been a systematic purloining of the
QtOBB from subscribers, and if failures to re
ceive it are reported, it will enable as to detect
and pnnLsh the guilty parties.
It Trovatore to-morrow night.
Dr. Hewitt's leoture at Dayton avenue church
Mount Zion Sabbath school Cbanukah fes
tival thin evening at Standard hall.
Advantage was taken of the light snow fill
to give wheels a rest yesterday, and the air was
filled with the music of sleigh bells.
Horace Thompson applied for further time
to file hiw answer in the case of Anderson vs.
Thompson, and was given till January 15th.
The sale at auction of pine upon burnt dis
tricts and old cut over grennd and on land
liable to damage upon the upper Mississippi,
realized from $1 to $ 2 per thousand.
A broken wheel resulted in the ditching
yesterday of seven to eight wheat earn, on the
St. Paal & Pacific railroad, near Montrose. But
little damage was done the cars or the track,no
one was injur-id. and the movement of regular
trains was not interfered with.
Godfrey Siegenthaler, for Zahonyi, has noti
fied E. Gribble, attorney for Mark Kefser, that
he will bring the matter of the judgment ob
taiued in Justice Bernard's court into the
municipal court upon a point of law.
Dr. Charlea N. Hewitt, secretary of the State
board of health, delivers the next lecture in the
Dayton Avenue Presbyterian church course, to
morrow night. Subject, "What can non-prc
fesaional peopK do to prevent disease and pre
Private telegrams to different parties in the
eity yesterday, reported a New York firm the
twooesBful bidder for the hundred miles of
toad West from ISisrnarek, awarded by the
Northern Pacific company Thmrsday. Th
name of the successful firm was not given.
The new weather prophet introduced to the
public by the GLOBK yesterday morning, is
very much of a fraud. As a mover of railroad
trains the GLOWS is willing to acknowledge
him a fair success, but when he attempts to
decipher weather conclusions, he simply mis
takes his calling, and the GLO BE in all friend
ship tells him so.
The poor, elemented woman who found an
asylum in the house of Mr. E. L. Larpenteur,
published in the GMJBK, yesterday, is
thonght to be Anna Maria Jana, who, some days
ago, wandered away from her home at Cold
Springs, Stearnn county. She is held here
awaiting a reply to inquiries made of the au
thorities of Stearns county.
Following are the officers elected at the an
nual meeting of the Fifth Ward Building
society: President, Fred. Sturnegk vice presi
dent, G. W. Freeman treasurer, Seheffer
secretary, Louis E Hauser attorney, W. S.
Moore 5 directors, W. Godfrey, W. S. Moore,
F. Sturnegk, boneffer. G. W. Freeman. R.
Scheffmau, E HauHer, A. Bergsma,
W. Grube, A. Scho.'b, W. Matle, M. Wild, J.
Ambruater, R. Linstad and Maher.
The county treasurer has sent out 3,500 tax
notices. All persons owing taxes on personal
and real property have been notified in all the
towns, the Firnt and Sixth wards, and in new
territory. Th Second, Third, Fourth and
Fifth wards are to be given notice yet, and to
each ward about 500 notices will have to be
To-morrow evening the second lecture of the
Galaxy course will be delivered at the Dayton
Avenue church, by Dr. C. N. Hewitt, of Red
Wing. Those who have heard Dr. Hewitt, pre
dict that the lecture will be one of the most
interesting and instructive ever delivered in
this city. The subject will be "How to pro
long lite and promote health," and no one is
better qualified to talk on the subject than Dr.
Hewitt, secretary of the State board of health.
Big crowd at Merrill's yesterday.
Delicious French Marrons.
Has there been such a demand for the class of
goods on sale at the 09-Cent Store as there has
been this Beaaon, for the simple reason that
everything is first-class in quality, and at re
markably low prices, which places them within
the reach of everyone.
Bvarything to amuse children, at Merrill's.
Nothing so becomes a ladies' dressing table
as beautiful cut-glass or engraved perfume
bottles nor is anything more appreciated as a
gift than a fine selection of articles for the toi
let, all of which will be found in great variety
and at low prices at Lambie & Co.'s.
Bargains in Cloaks.
The season of the year has arrived when all
the ladies need a new cloak. They need one to
protect them against the weather, and they
want them in style also. Besides, they want
them at moderate prices. Th place to find all
this is at Powers Bros.
The price list of Emil Geist, in want col
um n, should be carefully read by all seeking
fine jewelry at a small cost.
Bet in every stylo, latest designs, at
To date all parties notified have been I Lambie & Co.'s and examine their
prompt in making payment of the tax assessed I choice collection of Russia leather yoods. Both
Yesterday afttrnoon Dr. Hairy Stewart, of
Battle Creek, Michigan, arrived in the city.
got off at the depot, and, having been recom- will be nice
mended to the hospitalities of the Metropolitan, coffee and tea wili be served to order,
proceeded thither. On his way he lost $180 I he Rives one of his delightful mnsical concerts
and a diamond rinfj. Near the depot he had I Ho! for Lake Como.
occasion to take out his roll, wrapped in tisane
paper, to make a payment, and thinks instead
of returning it to his breast pocket, he slipped
it in between his coat and vest. is ready to
pay a reward of $8 0 for the return of the
money and ring.
The Nineteenth Annual Report of the State
Superintendent of Public Instruction was re
ccived from the printers yesterday. I con
tains pages, of which ninety-two are taken
up by Mr. Burt's report proper, whiob contains
some valuable and suggestive information, and
bears the impress of much labor and research.
The seven pages devoted to the reports of
county superintendent show to a very great
extent how inadquateiy these functionaries
perform their duties there are one or two
county reports, however,which are praiseworthy
exceptions to the general rule. Th normal
Bchools occupy twenty-eight pages and twenty
one pages are given to private venture Kchools.
Delicious Aspinwrll Bananas,
Delicious Italian White Grapes.
Delicious New York Catawba Grapea.
Delicious Florida Sweet Oranges.
Delicious Sweet Coast Oranges.
Delicious California Sugar Pears.
DeiioiouH California butter Pears.
Delicious Fruit of every kind.
Onr $ 1.00 Baskets of Fruit are superb.
Our $1.00 Baskets of Sugar Pears are elegant.
Goods delivered at any hour of the day or
evening. SMITH'S TBOPIOAI, FBUIT STOBE.
The increase of business at this popular
place of amusement is so great that Mr. Conley
will construct another and larger stage to ac
commodate his new company, who will Lappear
on Monday night on the new stage. Fresh
novelties will be presented in rapid Gucession,
and every effort will be made to merit the ap
probation of the public. Th representations
will be first-class in every respect.
Seal Caps Cheap,
At the Opera Hat HOHFC
Elegant illustrated holiday books, pictures,
etc., at DAVENPOBTS'.
See sales in want column by Kavanagh,
Historical works, in sets, at Merrill's.'
A the Bookstore of White, Stone & Co.,
8 7 East Third Street,
and see their goods. Among the many things
may be found large varieties of writing desks,
photograph albums, the largest variety in the
city glass and bronze ink stands, paper
weights, work boxes, jewel cases, opera glasses,
porte-monnaies, portfolios, leather and canvas
chess men, bone and wood crib boards and
boxes, dominos, dice and game counters, color
boxeB, odor cases, in crystal and velvet, Vienna
gilt ornaments, Russia leather goods of all
kinds, glove and handkerchief cases, pocket
books, card cases, pearl and leather specie
purses, buck, silk and steel dressing cases,
ladies' and gents' aegar and cigarette nases,
books in great variety, and other goods too
numerous to mention. Call and ask price*.
Kead Thin. X-ftfas Gifts.
Gentlemen's ScarfsAn immense stock.
Gentlemen's Fur Caps.
Gentlemen's Felt Hats.
Ladies' Knit Mitts
Ladies' Mink FurH.
Ladies' Seal Caps.
Children's Knit Mitts.
Children's Furs, job lot, 50 eentB.
Imitation Seal Skin.
At Pannell's, 111 East Seventh street.
Yon can be suited in size and price, at
Ho, for the Holidays.
Every one should call and examine the large
and beautif.il stock of elegant new goods suit
able for holiday gifts, at Pfister's Jewelry
8tore, 103 Bast Seventh street. There you will
find everything in the watch and jewelry line.
Elegant gold and silver headed canes, gold
pens and holders, opera glasses, spectacles,
clocks, etc., etc. Every article is warranted as
represented, and the pricea are as low as can be
found in the city.
Gentlemen'* WearHo iday Goods.
Latest novelties in neck scarfs, shirt jewelry,
buttons, studs, scarf pins and rings, silk hand
kerchiefs, kid gloves, umbrellas, embroidered
suspenders, seal caps and gloves, silk and
cashmere wristers and mufflers, and a com
piece and choice variety of smoking and dress
ing ownB,'aL Lanpher & Co.'s, 109 East Third
IJe in Time
i secure an X-mas gift at "Brown's, the
Jeweler." The crowd of purchasers on Friday
and Saturday was immense, still, with fresh
arrivals of goods daily, he has kept his stock
np to the standard of perfection for which his
honse is famous, and which has secured to him
such a host of patrons. Go early.
'X'he &tiw is Here,
Jaat as we predicted. Go at once to Nippolt &
Graham's and select your sleigh from their
superb Btock before it too late, and leave
yonr carriages to be repaired, painted and
varnished. Factory corner Seventh and Sibley
A J*j til's.
Fresh Macaroons, Kisses and Fingers.
Superior Fruit Cake.
Ice Cream, all flavors.
Christmas Tree Decorations.
Fancy Baskets, etc., etc.
Hut Two JJays
Are left in which to buy your X-mas gifts. Th
crowd at the 99-Cent Store the last week was im
mense, but all were promptly served. Ga early
in the forenoon and you will be able, liesurely,
to select yonr purchases.
Only a few more of those beautiful violet
wood Vienna fans are left. I yon are in doubt
as to what you shall seleot for X-mas presents,
goods and prices will please you.
Never achieved greater prominence as a mili
tary leader than has "Our Scott" as the leader
of caterers. Hi larder is stored with the best
the market affords, and he will serve mealB or
lunch at any hour, day or night. Call and see
him, 07 East Third street.
The sleighing and skating season has com
menced. Col. Knauff haB prepared for the le
ception of his friends. The Lake Como house
and warm, and meals, lunches,
Fare Xe and Coitee.
Nothing iH more conducive to health, and
you will always find the purest and best at the
Great Atlantic and Pacific Te a Company's,
SIX East Third street.
Monday will be the Great Ja
At White, Stone & Co.'s Book Store. Holiday
goods marked down to close ont before Christ
Powers Brother's cloaks are of every style and
quality. Se their advertisement elsewhere
and then go and see the cloakB.
The finest collection in this city, at
Buy Toys That Not ttreak
At the Rubber Store, 42 East Third street.
Scil Caps Cheap,
At the Opera Ha House.
For stamping that will not rub off in work
ing, go to Mrs. Donaldson's, 113 East Seventh
Davenport'B the place to suit yourself with
holiday presents of all kirds at moderate
Twenty-one meal tickets, $3.50 single meals,
35 cents, at Williamson's, 67 Wabashaw street.
$11.00 for $5.00. See want column.
Everything to instruct children, at Merrill'?.
THE STOCK OF
ScMte&feiss, 102 East TIMStel,
ladies' and Children's Furs,
Must be sold, regardless of price therefore I shall
offer the same to the ladies and the trade, at prices
far below New York prices, for the next eight days.
343-48 K. A. SMITH, Assignee.
Until January 1st
Having a largestock of Unredeemed Pledges, which
we desire to close out, we will, during
The Holiday Season,
Offer them at a small advance upon original loans.
The Prices so graded are In most instances
Less Than One-Half
What the same goods can be bought for. Make no
Holiday presents until you have examined onr stock.
SIMO N & CO., Paiirota,
40 Street, to Mar ts Hotel.
91 Eas flirt Street
Having bought the entire balance of stock
of an Eastern manufacturer, will offer the
game at about ONE-HALF usual prices:
Plain Beaver Cloaka, $2.00, 2.25, 2.50, 3.00,
3.25, 4.00, 4.50, 5.00, 5.50, 6.00, 6.50.
Pine Beaver Cloaks, Neatly Trimmed with
Silk and Velvet, $7.00, 7.50, 8.00,
Elegant Imported Beaver Cloaks, $10.00,
11.00, 12.00, 13.00, 13.50, 14.00, 15.00.
Elegant Imported Diagonal and Matlesse,
All-Wool Cloaks, $9.00,10.00,10.50, 11.00,
12.00, 14.00 and 15.00, worth nearly double
Bongh Beaver Cloaks, $3.00, 3.50, 3.75, fcc
Fine Diagonal Cloaks, $6.00, 7.50, 8.00,
MisseB' Cloaks, 4 to 5 years, $2.00, 2.50
Misses' Cloaks, 6 years, $3.00, 3.25, 4.50
Misses' Cloaks, 8 years, $2.50, 3.25, 3.75,
4.75, 5.00, &c.
Misses' Cloaks, 10 year?, $3.00 to 5.00.
Misses' Cloaks, 12 to 16 years, $3.50 to $9.50.
All our FINE Dolmans and Cloaks are Ke
duced in Price from 25 to 33% per cent.
We alpo have Chinchilla Beavar CloakiDgs,
54 Inches Wide, 87)c to $1.50 per yard.
Plain Beaver Cloakings, $1.50, 2.25, 2.50
Diagonal and Matlesse Beavers, $2.00 up.
Also Heavy Camels Hair Cloakings and
Double-Faced Cloakings at less than coat.
Give Useful Gooflis
HAVE A FULL LINE OP
Mia Stalls, Broch Shawls, Came Hai Stalls.
We hare made
and will offer Lower than ever,
Black Silks, Colored Silks, Black and Colored
Caclmere, Fancy Polonaise Patterns.
Elegant Line of Cheap Dress Goods, atcarefully-selected
12 i-2c, 15c, 18c, 20c, and 25c.
We Invite Inspection to Onr New Arrivals
of Felt Skirts, Flannel Skirts, QoiJted Skirts,
Silk Handkerchiefs, Cold Bordered Linen Hand
kerchiefs, Scolloped Bordered Handkerchiefs,
Fancy Boxes Filled with Handkerchiefs, Velvet
Pockets, Back Combs, Neckties, Silk Mufflers,
and a thousand other -articles suitable for
Call Early and Avoid the Rush.
MaiMi er Bro's.
23d Holiday Greeting
I A ONDS!
rue Finest and best-seleeted stock in
the State, In single stones and beauti-
fully matched pairs.
or ihe best Foreign and American
makers, elegantly and niasslTeiy cased
in Gold and Silrer, bey and stem
A fine stock, in the latest designs, all
metal, nnd in rich and unique patterns,
combined with the precious stones.
in rich combinations, adapted for ele
gant gifts, and Spoon and Fork werk
in ail the latest patterns, by the stand
ard American mannractnrers.
ingreat ninety, 1.11 triple-plate, and
adapted for erery coneetvable article
f nse and ornament.
BKON E 8
Costly, Elegant, and artistic, being
copies from classical subjects.
A carefully-selected stock of the
choicest subject pieces. A
or direct importation a beautiful
elass of goons.
Fine Fancy Goods
Large line in Ivory, Tortoise Shell,
Silver and Pearl.
This stock is the largest and most
that we have
offered in twenty-three years, and
deserves attention of purchasers.
P. EGAN, Manager,
77 East Thir Stum,
Saint IPaul, Minn.
HAPPY Iff YEAR!
(feO CAfk WORTH OF FINE CLOTHING AT
mOn0\JV AUOTION. I wiH aell at my sales,
room, corner of Fifth and Jackson street, beginning
to-morrow, Monday, the 23dr and will continne each
day until all is sold, a very line lot of sample cloth
ing in tee worsted, diagonal, chinchilla, aud beaver
overcoats in mem?, youths and boys. Three hundred
frock and Back coats, made from the finest material,
sewed with silk thread and cut in the most faultless
manner. Two hundred pairs pants in fine black doe
skine, worsteds, and extra fine cassimere. Also, two
hundred fine vests. The above is a line of samples
maie up exclusively for city trade by a very excel
lent house inChicago, who has ordered their agtnt to
force them atpublic sale.
P. T. KAVA5TAGH,
342 Commission Auctioneer.
PIANO AT ATTC1IONI will sell at auc
tios, at my salesroom, corner fifth and Jackson
street, on Tuesday, December 24th, at 10 o'clock A
M., one very fine 7 Octave Piano, in Bosewood Case,
with Patent Agraffe Treble, Overstrung Bass, front
round corners, serpentine mouldiugs aud carved
leg*costing a few months ago $400. Reason for
selliug, the owner is leaving city. The instru
ment may be seen at my store this day.
P. T. KAVANAGH,
343-43 Commission Auctioneer.
1 1 A
5 A l.uu ment, but it wul pay yos to read it,
as every word is true. We have in btock about forty
boys' all-wool double-breasted chinchilla overcoats,
blues and browns, that cost us 9 50 last season.
They have 6ilk velvet collar, are lined with the best
quality of silk lasting, bound with the best mohair
braid sizes for boys from 4 to 9 years. They are
slightly shopworn, but not euough to be noticed for
this reason we offer t~e lot at $5.00 each, with the as
surance that they are worth more than double the
BOSTON ONE PP.ICE CLOTHING HOUSE,
342-344 43 East Third Street, St. Paul.
fa BEAT HOLIDAY SALE OF PAWNBROKKB'S
UNREDEEMED PEEDGES at No. 41 Jackson
street. We will sell oar diamonds from now until
Christmas day for jast what we loaned on them. We
have a large variety of ladies* and gentlemen's
watches, gold neck chains and beautiful sets. Al8o a
very handsome lot of silver ware, consisting of fine
casters, cake baskets, batter dishes, berry dishes,
flower vases, jewel cases, knives, forks and spoons,
et. In fact, everything that is usef lU und beautiful,
that we will sell at bed-rock prices. 341-44
CHEAPSl,00u Decker, Square, Grand
Piano, for $475. $800 Square, Grand Piano, for
$325. 500 Square Piano for $2/5. Good Bradbury
Piano, 7 octaves, $165. Good Kosewood Cased Piano,
7 octaves, $100. Hacrifices in everything until Jan
uary lsr, 1879. JOHN A. WEIDE,
Music Dealer, 16 West Third Street, St. PauL
SALEA good paying News and Stationery
business, now paying 10u PER MONTH PROFIT.
Cash capital required, *700. Will consider no prop
osition from parties v. ithout the CASH. Satisfactory
reasons lor celling will be given. Address BUSI-
NE88, P. O. box, "N," S Paid. 333-3J2
7\OR SALETwo standard size Brunswick & Balke
Billiard Tables, in good condition. Call a
GRTJBER'S HOTEL, Seven Corners. 313
SALESeveral pair oi black, white and grey
rabbits, will be sold- cheau. Apply to John Hof
fert, 221 Jackson street. 310*
German Girl, for general house
work, at 168 Ninth street. 3 awna
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
ATCHE8 AND JKWELRY-BargaiuH offeied
In this line of goods to select from for the
Holidays. Ladies' and Gents' Gold Watches, Beau
tiful Necklaces with Medallions, Lockets.Crotaes, Et a
Stone, Cameo and Diamond Rings.
Fine Watch Repairing doue and satisfaction guar
anteed at MAX WITTLESHOFER, Jeweler, 38
Jackson street, in Merchants Hutel. 338-345
SALEWATCHES AND JEWELRYEMIL
GEIST, 67 East Third street, now offers to the
public as fine a stook of goods iu the above lines aa
#ver was brought to St. PauL among which are:
Diamond Ear-riDgsthe finest and latest.
D.amond Finger Rings from $18 to $200
Dia 1 ond Studs trom 15 to 175
Diamond Crosses and Locketsexquisite.
Ladies'Gold Watches from 16 to 100
Gents'Gold Watches from 45 to 150
Ladies' Silver Watches from 8 to 20
Gents' Silver Watches from ato 40
Gents'Gold Vest Chains from 12 to 60
Ladies' Gold Guard Chains from. 20 to 76
Ladies' Gold Bracelets from 15 to 80
Gold Crosses from 1 to 25
Ladies' Gold Lockets from 3 to 100
Gent3'Gold Lockets from 5 to 20
Ladies' Gold Necklaoea from 10 to 60
Misses' Gold Necklaces from 3 to 10
Ladies'Gold Shawl ping from 5 to 15
Ladies' Gold Seta, Pin aud Ear-rings, plain,
engraved or enameled, from 8 to 26
Ladies' Cameo Seta from 15 to 50
LadieB' Coral Sets from 15 to 60
Ladies' Garnet Sets from la to 25
Ladles'Gold Cuff Pins from 2 to 6
Ladies' Gold Ear-rings from 4 to 15
Children's Gold Ear-rings from 1 to 5
Gents'Breastpins from 1 to 50
Ladles' Br. astpins from 2 to 15
Cameo Gold Rings from 4 to 20
Amethyst Gold Rings from 3 to 15
Other Stone Rings, Gold, from a to 20
Gold Band Rings from 2 to 6
Plain Rings, 18 carats, from 2 to 15
These Rings wo wish to call your especial attention
to. They aro and we warrant them 18 carats fine, U.
I"lne heavy Boiled Plated Goods, as
Ladies' Necklaces from $a 50 la gg 00
Ladies'Locketefrom lOOto 6 00
Gents'Vest Chains from... 2 50 to 7 00
Ladies' Ear-rings from 1 00 to 3 00
Ladies' Sets, Pin and Ear-rings, from. 2 00 to 7 00
Ladles* Shawl and Cuff Pins from 1 00 to 3 00
And many other articles too numarous to mention.
Also a splendid line of Silver-Plated Hollow-Ware
the best made:
Tea Sets from $25 to 3100
Ice Sefrs from is to 70
Casters from 2 to 15
Cake Baskets from 4 to 15
Toilet Stands from 3 to 20
Flower Vases from lto 25
And many other goods iu this line.
Rogers Bros.' best Silver-plated Forks,
Spoons and Knives.
American Clocks from 2 to 35
French Clocks from 12 to 50
French Bronzes from 5 to 35
Gold and Silver-headed Canes from 6 to 30
A full assortment of Gold Pens and Pencils, Aiken
& Lambert's celebrated make.
KIP" Watch Repairing is one of our Special strong
holds, having learned the trade in Europe, having
grown up in tho business, and having worked four
years at one of the principal Watch Importers' on
Maiden Lane, New York, and afterwards at Jaccard's,
in St. Louis. In this branch we guarantee entire
Persons desiring goods in the above line, or wish
ing to inspect or purchase, in view of the approach
ing Holiday Season, should not fail to examine our
stock before buying. Oar prices will be found as
gjs the lowent. 314-RUAW
received from New York, canaries,
mocking Virginia nightingales, etc., very
suitable for Christmas presents. For sale by WM.
K.EIL, corner Pearl and Temperance streets.
AAA GALLONS OF CALIFORNIA WINES.
Of\f\f\J At 100 Jackeon, corner 6th stret, Cali
fornia Wine Depot, can be bought, from this date
during the holidays, all sorts of California Wines,
of the best quality, from $1.25 per gallon up, accord
ing to quality. Also a splendid stock of Old Ken
tucky Liquors. Also a large stock of all sorts of im
ported bottled goods, and a large lot of the very finest
Champagnes. All to be sold during the holidays, for
the very lowest, hard times prices. Call one, call all.
Goods will be delivered free of charge.
dec 16-21-28 GEORGE FETSCH.
AVE YOU WEAK OR SORE EYES, caused by
catarrh or sorto poisonous disease of the blood7
If you have, lose no time, but cleauee your blood
with Dr. E. B. Haliiday's Blood Parifier use in con
nection the Catarrh loha.ant. It will positively cure
even the very worst cases ot catarrh the one acting
constitutionally and the other locally, being the only
rational and successful treatment of this disease,
which it is generally conceded cannot be cured by
local applications alone, but must be reached through
the blood, which must be cleansed i*nd purified. In
Kidney and Urinary disorders it not only affords a
speedy relief, bnt effects a certain cure. If you are
in need of a remedy for the cure of any disease of
the blood, give the Blood Purifier a trial and you will
be satisfied with the result if you are not, the money,
will be refunded. Ask your druggist for it if he
does not keep it he will order it for you, if not, I will
send it to you free of express charges on receipt of
prioe. Heware of counterfeits. See that thp name
of 8. BLACKFORD is blown in the back part of
every bottle. If you reside in the city or vicinity,
call at my ofiftce and get a bottle of the Blood Purifier,
If it does not benefit you it wi ccet you nothing.
Call or address S. BLACKFORD, 148 West Third
street, 8t. Paul. Noyes Bros. & Cutler, Wholesale
Agents, 8L Paul. Crosman & Plummer, 8ole Agents
for Minneapolis. dec lsat&sutf
FINE MERCHANT TAttOR,
105 East Third Street
C. F. PUSCH,
FinefflerctotTailor ifl Draper
COB. ST. PETER Jt SIXTH HT8.
Thes Mies are Freshly
Here, ani not dry
from ions: travel.
Clarendon Hotel Block,
78 "Wabashaw Street.
On December 25th!
Cor. 3d aad Cedar streets.
WILL BE OPENED P0B BDSIHESS.
The above iron front building, during the pant
two months, has undergone entire refitting, and will
be opened in first-class style. 33(5-345
5 5 Jackson Street,
Offers a full and complete assortment of SEAL
MINK, and all classes of Furs. Also a splendid lino
of SILK WRAPS, at prices to meet any demand.
Mrs. C. Herwegen.
Berlin and ^aris Silk
and Worsted .Embroideries.
BERGMAN'S ZEPHYR WORSTEDS I
Yarns, Canvas, Chenilles, Bilks, Beads, Fringes,
Laces, Braids, and every article required for em
broidery work, stamping, lie. Agency of "Domestic'
28 WEST THIRD STREET, ST. PAUL
Made to Order.
2 2 West Third Street, St. PauL Branch Office, 29 East 1 hird Street, St. Paul
FOR TEN DA8ONLY AT
& oo's .Y
ffloflftay ail ay Nights,
Decembe 23d & 24th.
Sig. A. Farini's
Italian, ferrrin and English
WHh the foUowing lfat of Artiata:
MADAM CUBA LANS ZEIGLER
Prima Donna Aasotuta.
MIS8 LILLIE WE8T,
MISS MAQGIK HARRIS Prto* Donn Soprano.
MIS9 ORPHA 8MALLKY
MISS CHA8. JENK8,
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Boot and Shoe Maker,
A'O. 9 WEST TillKJi STREET,
Having purchased the entire burfncea of Mr. J. A.
Hood, including all his meaaore bookB and private
lasts, will spare no paine to give entire satisfaction to
his patrons, and respectf ally solicits their orders.
Craig & Larkin,
6 0 Bast TKird St., St. Paul.
3 f. 3r
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF THOSE
11 EAST THIRD STREET.
CHRISTMA S am NS W YEARS,
Great Atlantic and Pacific
311-2 East Third Street, St. Paul.
HATS AND CAPS-
The only excluem
Hal ani Ca EstaMistaent in SI. Paul,
IN IttEN'S, BOTS' AND CHILDRKX'S
Hats, Caps and Furs.
Lowes Prices in tie City.
Opposite Post Office.
NORTHWESTEEliJDEL COMPANY i
COAL, COKE & WOOD
General Office, 112 East Third Street, St. PanU
51 Distributing DOCTCB at Onluth mid Milwaukee.
GO 2 MEKKILL'S!
BOOTS AND SHOES.
HOLIDAY SLIPPEES! Gent'sTancy slippers,
O E CLOSED OUT WITHIN TEN DAYS.
The Assortment and Quality is the Best in the Northwest. Look ki our Mammoth Show Wind*we, 09 Kut
Third street, and see for yourself.
B^RGhAHSTS I N BOOTS & SHOES
PS 7 Me^oSopnmo
KTrtSSSJ-i Tenor. Congr.zi.
MR. 8. G. WILSON, Prlmo Baritone.
SIG.A.FARINI Bcffo Bar'ton*.
HBRR L. EBOLDI Conductor.
Monday Evening, December 2 3d
Tuesday Evening, December 24th,
[The above Operas will be presented with foil
chorna and orchestra, and correct costumes, as re
quired upon the Italian aud Ecgiieh stage. Tb
story will be told enUrey by music, and several num
bers, which are usually cut on account of ihe Uitt
culty in their general presentation of the work, win
Reserved Keats $1.00. General adrcfcelon 76c.
tS^8ale of reserved scat will begin at box otR
Friday, Dec. 20th, at A. M.
Opera at 8. Carriages at 10:30. tn-thu-mm
ST. PAUL SOLBAGEyCY FOR BURT'S BOOTS & SHOES.
BARGAINS IN PIANOS AND ORGANS
FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
fcfBO Steinway Piano for $375 $750 Chlckering Piano, $875 $700 Ohiokeriag Piano. S35": S'SSO Chiokertoff
Pjano, $310. These Pianos have been very slightly used, but are good an new perfect order, and ara
extraordinary bargains. We have other excellent Pianos, sn-h as RMERSON, KNABE, V08E. aLd others
at prices ranging from $150 to $250. Also, the ever popular IVtPERlAL PIANO. Our sales of thia favorS
Instrument are immerse $275 for an elegant Piano, with Mool and cover, on payment of SiO oar month
KVKYP1ANO WAKKANTKD FOK FlVK YiCAJhf
DYEK & HOWARD, 69 E. Thi?d St.!i