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The Third street pavement received its semi
occasional scraping yesterday.
The new dress uniforms for Company "D,"
Allen Light Guards, have arrived.
Kavanagh will sell a choice piece of real
estate [to-morrow morning. See hisadver'
The gas company is stringing wire along
East Third street for the introduction of the
Jailer electric light.
The steamer War Eagle from St. Louis,
will arrive this afternoon and will leave for St.
Louis at 6 o'clock this evening.
One of tbe barns connected wilh the poor
farm in Rose township burntd last evening.
The fire was confined to the single building.
The'river stood at 7 o'clock yesterday morn
ibg at 11 feet, 6 inches, and at night had risen
to 11 feet 8 inches, and was still slowly com
The Cathedral choir and Seibert's orchestra
had a complete rehcrsallast night of Haydn's
mass in C that will be givan this forenoon at
The efforts of Mayor Dowlan to get another
man to go down into that well to dig out the
man that is buried there were wholly unsuc
Rain not preventing, the farmers of Ramsey
Washington and Dakota counties, in the
vicinity of St. Paul, will commence seeding
to-morrow or next day.
John Dale, sent to the penitentiary from
Hennepin county, having served his full sen
tenced, less good time, has been restored to
citizenship by Gov. Hubbard.
Men detailed from the different fire com
panies set the telegraph poles yesterday to
connect the new engine house, St. Anthony
hill, with the fire alarm system.
The chief quartermaster's department of
Dakota, with his core of assistants, is moving
into the 6tore recently occupied by Wilson &
Rogers, 24 East Third street.
■Judge Wilkin yesterday filed an order grant
ing a new trial in the case of Moses Bixler
against the city for damages resulting from
that improvement in the Sixth ward.
The Red Wing Manufacturing companyfiled
its articles of incorporation with the secretary
of 6tate yesterday. The capital stock is $00,
-000, of which $30,000 is paid up. T. R. Sim
mons, D. C. Hill, Andrew Swanson, C. Ericki
son, O. M. Hall, N. O. Warner, E. W. Brooks
W. H. Putnam and A. P. Pierce.
Tuesday morning next work will be re
sumed upon the stone-work for the boiler
house for the new capital, and upon the area
walls of the capital proper. The stone-work
already done was by day work under the direc
tion of Gov. Pillsbury, and it will be com
pleted by Gov. Hubbard in the same manner.
The J. G. Freeman company, of St. Paul,
filed articles of incorporation with the secre
tary of state yesterday. The capital stock is
§22,000, and the purpose of the association is
to buy, sell and deal in steam engines, boilers,
etc. The iucorporators and officers are James
G. FreemaD, Geo. F. Benson, Andrew J. Fow
Judge Brill yestersday filed a decision in the
appeal of Sally Desnojerfrom the decree of the
probate court assigning the estate of Btepl/en
t)esnoyer, deceased, so modifying the decree
as to direct the payment of $2,000 to appli
cant and also reversing the decree, in so far as
it assigns the residue of the estate to the
heirs at law.
H. D. Baldwin, Esq., Redwood Falls, ap
pointed to the judgeship of the Ninth judicial
district, subscribed to the oath of office yes
terday before Clerk Nichols, of the supreme
court. The first regular term of court to be
held in the district will be at New Ulm,
Brown county, commencing the third Tues
day in May.
Secretary Young of the state board of im
migration, received a request yesterday from
Senator D. A, Morrison, of Rochester, for a
copy of the last statistical report. The report
is for the use of the Rev. John Stafford, for
merly of this city, who is going to England
soon, and is preparing a lecture on Minnesota,
for delivery in that country.
The secretary of state was in receipt yester
day of an autograph letter trom Gen. W. S.
Hancock, requesting an impression of the
great seal of the state of Minnesota for the
use of the duke of Ilochambeau, who was in
this country at the invitation of the govern
ment in attendance upon the Yorktown cele
bration and who is now preparing a history oi
his visit, and the country.
The street force complain, with great jus
tice, relative to fast driving. At tlm season
a large number of men are engaged in cleaning
the streets, and they do so at the peril
of their lives, owing to reckless
driving. It not only endangers life and limb
but largely destroys the value of the attempt
ed, as one half of the time of the laborers is
occupied in caring for their personal safety.
Uecklee s drivers should be arrested and crimi
Articles of incorporation of the Duluth
Building and Loan association were filed with
the secretary of state yesterday. The capital
stock is limited to $500,000, to be paid in
monthly installments— the association being
organized upon the same principles as the
building societies of St. Paul. The officers
are: G. D. Scott, president; C. E. Bostwick,
vice president; A. C. Chase, treasurer; Her
man E. Long, secretary; with 11. M. Peyton
and Albert N. Seip added to compose the
board of directors.
Gov. Hnbbard has commuted the sentence
of Wm. P, Boy Jen, sent to the penitentiary
for a term of two years and six months, for
embezzlemeut of $200, to one year and six
mouths. The sentence commenced February
21, ISSI, and would have expired March 3,
18S3. The commutation was granted upon
the recommendation of the judge before whom
Boyr*en was tried, the county attorney and
others of Hennepin county, and Capt Reed,
warden of the penitentiary.
Thos. Prendergast, the notorious safe
blower arrested Friday night by Detective
O'Connor, is again at large. The arrest was
made upon general principles, but with the
faint hope that something might be developed
connecting him with the safe blowing at
Tcerg's brewery Thursday night. Failing in
this, Prendergast was arraigued in the munic
ipal court yesterday morning upon the charge
of vagrancy, upon which Judge Burr gave
him ninety in jail, but upon a promise to
leave town sentence was suspended.
|In the mail received by Gov. Hubbard yes
terday, was a two page letter, without signa
ture, trom a crank in Indiana, addressed to
the people of Minnesota, and warning them
to turn from their evil ways at once to avert
the vengeance of the Lord, who would mani
fest his displeasure by throwing fire down up
on them and burning them up. Members of
lodges were especially warned, the first essen
tial etep in their cases being withdrawal from
their lodges and renunciation of everything
connected with such organizations. Both the
penmanship and grammar of the letter were
bad, but tbe language was vigorous.
J. A. Willard, of Mankato, is at the Mer
L. K. Stone, of Montevideo, is at the Metro
E. Slater and J. J. Swan, of Fargo, are in
Mr. E. L. Wilson, of the Toronto Globe, is
in the city
J. Brown, of Anoka, is attending to business
in St. Paul.
Hon. I. Donnelly, Nininger, made a living
visit to St. Paul yesterday.
W. E. Spaulding, of Duluth, and P.Adams
of Hastings, are in the ciiy.
W. H. Gerrison, of Winona, andJ. A.Stew
art, of Fargo, are at the International.
E. O. Flanders, of Crookston, and J. B.
Sturtevant, of Stillwater, are at the Windsor.
Sale of L.oisnt White Bear 10-Horroir.
The first sale of lots by the Cottage Park
association takes place at White Bear to
morrow, the train leaving the depot at 8:40
a.m. Holders of tickets should not fail to
Thursday, Friday & Saturday, April 13, 14 & 15.
HADISOI SQUARE THEATER COMPANY,
■ In the Great Comedy Drama
HAZEL RJRpr r ~.
LONGEST RUN ON RECORD,
Ha?iD£ teen proted nearly 2,000 consecnliye Times.
Be Greatest Play ! Tie Greatest Success !
Brilliant Ovations ! Dazzlioi Triamplis I
Tiie Whole Country Electrified ! Theaters Packed to the Doors !
Superb Metropolitan Cast !
HAZEL KIRKE- &OE3 HOME To EVERY HEART.
ADMISSION— SOc, 75c and $1.00. No extra charge for reserved seats. Sale Tuesday,
April 11, 9 a. m. 99
LOWIDXPENSE TO HIMSELF
PRICES Ti HIS PATRIS,
— is —
Our Stock being complete in all departments, we would
call attention to a few special bargains in Men's Busi
ness Suits at $5, $6, $7, $B—fit8 — fit and trimmed equal to
$12 goods. In Men 9 s Fine Cassimere Suits ive offer 175
attractive styles from $8 to to $18. FINE DBESS SUITS
$18 to $25.
In our BOYS' DBPAHTMENT we still lead in
styles and prices. Parents will find something to
please all ages in thus Department CHILDREN'S
ALL-WOOL SUITS, 82.00, $2.50, 53.00 t0 55.00
BOYS' CASSMERE SUITS, $3. 50 to $9.00.
YOUTHS' FASBIONABLE SUITS $6.00 to $15.
all made in a manner to sustain the reputation
— —. OF
Tie lit Belial Clothier,
1 67 East Third Street,
0/ Mil 11111(1 011001,
Allen's "Iron Tonic Bitters" is the grand i
spring blood purifier, tonic, liver invigorator
and appetizer. It gives strength and vigor to
the whole system, aids digestion and the as
similation of food and cures dyspepsia. For
sale by J. P. Allen, manufacturing pharma
cist, St. Paul, Minn.
Children's dresses and cloaks at H. E.
Mann, 422 Wabashaw street.
O'FARRELL— In this city, at residence of
parents, corner Fifth and Maple streets,
James Francis O'Farrell, aged 3 months,
son of James H. and Matilda Ann O'Farrell.
Funeral Monday at 2p. m. Friends invited
NICHOLSON— On Saturday, April 8, 1882, at
5:80 a. m. , at the residence of Mr. Frank
Kelly, on Fourth street, R. A. Nieholson,
aged 26 years and 8 months.
funeral to-day, Sunday, at 2 o'clock p. m.,
from residence as above.
COOPER— At the residence of the
bride's father, by Rev. C. A. Conant, James
C. Myron to Nora E. Cooper, youngest
daughter of Ezra Cooper, Esq., St. Paul.
The Leading Instruments of the world. Have
you seen our "
Ten new styles, elegant case and beautiful
tone. The best thing ever offered fer the
money. Call and examine at
DYER & HOWARD,
148 &c 150 E. Third Street.
PIASO JNBTBTJCTION. ~ "~
LAUBA W. HALL,
TEACHER OF PIANO, - ST. PAUL.
Residence No. 30 Western Avenue.
TBE SAINT PAUL SUNDAY GLOBE. SUNDAY MOKNING, APtflL 9, 1882.
Grand Shakespearean. Event !
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday Evenings
April 10, 11 and 12, & Wednesday Matinee.
Appearance of the Popular Tragedian,
THOMAS I. KEEHE,
Supported by a Specially Selected Company,
under the management of ,
. Presenting, Monday Evening, April 10,
Tuesday Evening, April 11,
"' ■ OTHELLO.
THE FOOL'S EEVENGE.
Wednesday Evening, April 12, '
RICHARD 111., or the Battle of
Bos worth Field.
Admission 50c, 75c and $1. No extra charge
for reserved seats. Sale Friday, April 7, 9 a. m.
THIRD ANNUAL BALL
Cigar Mate 1 Union, Number 98,
Will be given on the evening of ■;
Easter Monday, April 104 at Market Hall.
Tickets $1.08. 92&90
ST. PAUL FOUNDRY
\ Manufacturers of th«
ST. PAUL FARM ENGIXM*
Oar "Wlioals, Railroad Oawtlns*,
Iron Fronts for Building
Heavy Woo* and Coal Stove* ; Bridge, Brave,
tad all other kind* of Outing*.
CHAB. N. PARKER. Praefcieai.
H. W. TOPPING.. ............Mmictr
CMAI. M. POWER Secretary aid Tr«.w
P. a Bos 8571. '
FIVE CENTS A LINE.
LEG ANT CARPETS, Piano, " Furniture,
Etc., at Auction— l will sell at auction
at the residence of Mrs. C. P. Reeves, No. 379
East Eighth street, on Wednesday, April'
12th; commencing "at 10 o'clock a. in., one
upright 7 1 j octave grand piano, cost $400, in
use only a short time. A really fine instru
ment of splendid touch and tone. One elegant
parlor suite, cost $175. One fine set critique
lace curtains, cost, new, $100. Fine Kidder
minster and English body Brussels carpets in
Persian patterns. One elegant Marqueerie
table. One Rogers' group, the Favored
Scholar, Parian statuettes, marble top black
walnut and oak dressing case suites, tables,
chairs, parlor, dining room and bedroom fur
niture, etc., etc. These goods were bought
but a short time ago and are really as good as
new, being almost entirely free from mars or
blemishes of any description.
P. T. KA.VANAGH,
99-1 02 Auctioneer.
rnwo lots in a good location at
X WO LOTS IN A GOOD LOCATION AT
auction. I will sell at auction, on the
premises, on Monday, April 10, beginning at
10 o'clock a. m., lots No. 1 and 2, in block 7,
of Holeombe's addition to St. Paul. These
lots are on the corner of Hague avenue and
St. Albans street, almost adjoininir Holcombe
Park, within two blocks of Dayton avenue,
and in a rapidly growing " and prosperous
neighborhood. . For a m%n of small means
this is the best chance that has been offered
this season. Terms, made known on day of
sale. P. T.KAVANAGH,
dfc dQnf\ f\ TO LOAN on city real es-
MpOOvfUl/tate. Lowest rates. A. K.
Barnum, 34 East Third street. 91*
TTNIVERSAL Life claims bought by L. P.
U Van Norman, 360 Jackson street. -84*
LIFE policies bought or loans on same. L.
JLj P. Van Norman, 360 Jackson street. 348
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST— pair of gold mounted Spectacles.
Return to this office and receive reward.
vx-,; 4994 99 . .
&On REWARD— Lost or strayed from 183
vp£l\J Iglehart street, a yellow Scotch pup,
one year old, and answers to the name of
"Zip," Any returning him to the owner
will receive the above reward and no questions
asked. ! 97
"PRTVATE family take a few selecf board-
XV ers. References given and required.
360 Fort street, near House of Hope . 99*
DAY ooard at 123 West Fourth street.
' 89* '■
ANTED— One or two sets of books to
V T keep evenings. Address L, Globe office.
WANTED— sound horse for delivery
wagon, 393 Jackson street. 97-99
ANKRUPT STOCK of any class of goods
JD wanted. Address lock bos 1862, Fargo,
D. T. . 19- •
This week we put on sale.
100 pcs Tapestry Brussels, % 75c to $1.00.
50 peso/ the new and choice Ingrains @ 80c
100 j>c.s Body Brussels from $1.25 up.
INCORPOBATED 1881 .
Model Factory, Eagle Street and Seven Corn er
Office, Eighth and Jackson Btreeta.
E. F. LEMEE, FLORIST,
91 West Seventh Street ■ - - - St. Paul
Greenhouse and bedding plants a* wholesale
and retail. Orders from the country promptly i
attended tc. 82-143
BOOTS AND BHOEB.
Tha fios againn air oir ah'iach sinn c. - '
8e au t'aite i.irson fiach do chevid airgead
fhaighinn anu am badhar ur, anns no fasain as
nire, ann am broganagus botuinnean, aig
. 98 East Third Street.
Blaai Boil laiafaetnrer
ait Paper Bix later
128 East M Street - - - ft Stain.
PUBLIC NOTICE— Found running at large
within the city of St. Paul, in violation
of the ordinances of said city in relation to
impounding animals and taken up by the
pound master of said city, oh the 4th day of
April, 1882, and not redeemed, the hereinafter
described animals. Now therefore, in accord
ance with law, I will sell at public auction in
front of the public pound, on Fifth street, in
the Second ward of said city, on Tuesday, the
11th day of April, 1833, to the highest bidder
for cash, one whiter heiffer, coming two years
old. Dated April 6, 1832. JOHN CUNIFF,
Acting Policeman and Pound Master. -I*9-101.
LABORERS. ' '.'•.. .
WANTED-25 railroad graders for Veezie,
Wisconsin, $1.50 per day; free fare.
Moore, 137 E. 3rd street. 94*
AGENTS in every county in Northwest. L.
P. Van Norman, Manager, U. S. Life. 20*
WANTED AGENTS-Costs 3 cents sells for
W 10 cents. Sample 10 cents. Circular
free. Cali on or address Northwestern Agents
Supply company, 412 Nicollet avenue, Minne
apolis, Minn. 81*
NOTICE— A competent female cook with
good references will find employment
with liberal wages at E. H. Sibley's residence,
No. 47 iVoodward avenue. 99-115.
T ADIES wishing help please call at No. 3
J_J Somerset street, m the basement, from
10 a. m. to 4 p. m. 99
WANTED — A good girl for general house
work. Reasonable terms. Apply 527
Dayton avenue. 99-115
IRLS wanting employment can secure
VX situations by calling at No. 3 Somerset
street, in the basement, from 10 a. m. to 4
p. m. :^*v. 99
"ANTED— girl for general housework
at 571 Jackson street. 99
WANTED— A good girl that understands
cooking. Best wages paid. Apply No.
11 East Seventh street, up stairs. 9S-104
WANTED— A good German girl for gen
eral housework, No. 249, Nelson av
enue. . -98
WANTED— Girl for gCESraI work at 386
Broadway. - 98-104
WANTED— A compent girl to do general
housework. Apply 90, old number,
Dayton avenue. ■ S7*
TTT ANTED— A competent girl for general
V % housework in a small family, at 227 Igle
hart street. . . \; .' ' . 82*
WANTED — For my office,- an active boy,
i\ who can write a good hand. A. K. Bar
num, 24 E. 3rd-st. — 97-99
WANTED— A young man to take care of
horses at No. 14 W. 4th st. 93
WANTED— Au apprentice. One who has
had some experience in a bake shop,
with good opportunity to learn the trade, im
mediately. New England Bakery, opposite
ANTED— By J. H. Brown, GO Robert
street, a practical gardener, and who un
derstands grape culture. , 94-100
WANTED— A first-class white barber at
185 East Seventh street. 88*
AKLOR AND BEDROOM— in suite—
furnished— 3B7 Eighth Street East.
URNISHED ROOMS to rent. No. 451
J? St. Peter street. 99101
FOR RENT— A furnished front room in a
private family at S3 Letch street.. 98-100
FOR RENT-A flat of five or seven room^
with all conveniences for light housekeep
ing, to any one that wili buy all or part of fur
niture. Enquire No. 155 West Third street,
over bakery. : 97*
FOR RENT— furnished room at No.
.I? 48 W. Tenth st. " 83*
HOUSES. ■ :
/COTTAGES for rent, White Bear Lake. In
\J quire of J. E. Burne's, White Bear.
FOR RENT— May Ist, Alpine Cottage
No. l.on Market street, facing Rice
Park. Rent $50 a month. B. F. Zahni & Co.,
157 and 261 West Seventh street, Seven Cor
ners. • 98*
FOR RENT— A commodious 6tore, centrally
JD located. Address Show-case, Globe office.
96* ' .
T\ESIRABLE OFFICES— In Ingersoll block.
U F. G. Ingersoll. 98-101
FOR SALE AT LOW PRICES.
25x100 feet on East Third (improved). -
- 200 lots in West St. Paul.
House and lot, 70x172, on Dayton avenue.
150x100 on Broadway at a bargain.
5 fine lots in Woodland Park addition.
6 lots in Robertson & Van Etten's addition,
Splendid chance to secure a fine residence
on Robert street. Only a few minute's walk
from the Merchants hotel.
Lots in Marshall & Mackubin's addition.
Elegant summer residence and 108 acres at
Lake Minne tonka. ,
Apply to MIDDLETON & DOUG AN, ICG
East Third street. . 99-100
FOR SALE — A f piendid lot on Summit
avenue, SUxI'JU. W. H. H. Johnston,
356 Jackson sereet. 99-eow
mo LEASE— For five years, 25 acres of prai
j. rie land on Day tun avenue and within
city limits; also 40 ceres under cultivation,
near Hamline University. Also to let 50
acres under cultivation this side of Hamline
Uuiversity, Also to let 125 acres, fall plowed,
ready for spring crop, near Benson, Minn. H.
L. Carver, 28 East Third street. ; ' ; -99
FOR SALE— 4 lot* ou Winter street, near
Rice street, and V> acres good land on
Conrtland street, one-half mile north of the
new Round house, on easy terras. Inquire
563 St. Peter street, or 260 Rice street. 92*
H"OUSE3 FOR SALE— $1,300, $1,650,
$1,710, $2,200, $3,300, $2,500, $2,700,
$3,000, $3,600. 84,500 and $6,000; also, desira
ble building lots in all parts of city, cheap,
and terms easy. Lynch & Hendricks, 104
East Third street, Presley block. 98 100
nnO LET— farm at St. James, Minneso-
X ta, 600 acres, 30 cows, lot of young stock,
all machinery for running. Will let on shares.
Address E. W. Grosvenor, Hastings, Minne
sota, . 95-118
FOR SALE— 2 new house.", 8 rooms; pan
try, closets, . large cellar, cistern and
well, with lot fronting south, Ravine street,
above Maria avenue, $2,300. Also, 2 houses
on Maria avenue; price $3,000 and $4,000. A.
Gotzian. , 92-99
FOR SALE-Dwelling and lot No. 249 Nor
ris street, with 7 rooms; barn on lot. Al
so, dwelling ' and lot No. 69 Summit avenue,
with 14 rooms; first-class property. Enquire
of H. D. Gates, 75 Summit avenue. 90*
FOR SALE— Choice lots on Victoria, Avon
J. L'ncoln, Grand, Summit, Grotto, Igle
hart Carroll, Rondo and St. Anthony streets,
at reasonable prices and on easy term?, by Dr.
Bryant, 12 East Third. 45*
F~ ARM FOR RENT— Lamprey, James &
J? Warren, 34 E. Third street. 63*
FOR BALE. *
FOR SALE— A good retail grocery business
in St. Paul. Apply to Allen, Moon A Co.
AY, HAY, HAY- No. 1 Nebraska baled
kay delivered in large or small quanti
ties, for sale at 352 Minnesota street. Cun
ningham & Ilaae. §^33 ' * 95*
T7IOR SALE— A few hundred shares of St
J? Paul Fire and Marine stock. Apply to P.
H. Kelly. 70
Slenney <fc tt-udner.
103 & 105 W'Jit Tbir<l (Unset.
Opposite W«tw-«--» Ho««L «•-»
BOTB AND CHILDREN'S OLOTHISO
PRINCE ALBERT D. B. CREEDMORE
HARVARD SUIT. Frock and Spring Oversack. SUIT.
A Stock of Spring Clothing that Excels in Quality and
Quantity anything ever shown in St. Paul.
BOSTON ONE-PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE,
43 (New No. 65) East TJiird Street, St. Paul.
B. Q. IP. C. H. == ___
H. N ELMER. W. F. NEWELL
ELMER & NEWELL,
Civil Engineers and Contractors,
Room 5, Presley Block, 102 East Third Street, St. Paul, Minn.
Will give prompt attention to all classes of Engineering work; including designs,
estimates, plans for construction, mechanical drawing, etc. 87-117
TrsT~WHITE STATIONERY GO.
Paper, Blank Books and Stationery,
NO. 71 EAST THIRD STREET.
BWJTB A«P SHUSH- _
New Spring Stock
Now Daily .A-rriving.
MSohliek & Co., St. Paul,
Agency for Burl's Fin*
I The only Complete Stock in tJie Northwest.
Ho. 89 East Thirfl Street aofl Wateshai aid Fmrt) Streets.
' LIQUORS AND WISES.
B¥7" TTTTYT C\ €\i\ wholksalb
...: X 'ii l. 1,11 nnniPis.
. IiUIIIJ (X uu., LiyUuiw(k nlfllia
We have the control in this market of the unrivalled O. F. C, the Hume and Crystal Spring*
Whiskies, and are also handlidgthe W. H. Mcßrayer"«and Nel.-on Whiskies and Gnckenheimu
Ryo.. • 194 East Third Street, St. Paul, Minn.
CRAIG, LARKIN & SMITH,
Importer* and Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
f\T)f\f\VJ fwe&ChiM, flUftuwan, Lamps, Loofcui* Gtauwot,
l/RU V/JDIJLJA. 1 j Boom rumisliinc Good*, Xta., Be
€4 BIBLET STREET, - ST. PAUL
~~ -~ ■ ; ICALBS- """ ~ _.
ATIHinV 0 TTIT T AWI7T T manuwactubm
111 « HALLO WILL °^S^ST
" FrNK WORK ONLY. \J--0.E3.
04, SO and 58 ROBERT STREET, - ... , BT. PAUL
Agento for "The Concord Ham—."
' . WHOLBSALI DBY OOOSS.
AUEBBACH, FINCH & VAN SLICK.
Tug Only Leading Dry (Ms House ii tie MorOn at
Competes with the Markets of New York and Chicago*
NOYES BROS. & CUTLER
IMPORTERS <f WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
13 and 70 Sibley Street, Cor. Fifth, ' ----- Bt P«»;
Th» Wtmmmt DnrTitow ■mil Ka^ im the Wwft.
:: t be undersigned, would inform bis patron*
and the public : generally, that he is now pre
pared to famish coal and wood in large or
■mall quantities, and would respectfully solic-
It a share of their patronage.
Cor: jFtttt aßi ¥al»aslia v Streets.
. IN tee prices or
COAL & WOOD,
HapCTooi, $7 per Cord.
Oat Wood, $6 per Cord.
Bass Woed, $4 per Cord.
Coal as Low as tbe Lowest. ■'■
GRIGGS & FOSTER,
41 East Third street. St. Paul. Mi«u.
February Ist, 1882. • _
JOHN WAGKNia. LEI DA VIE
WAGENER & DAVIS,
: dxalxrs ih
COAL I WOOD
No. SB4 Jackaoastree:, Davidsom Reek, R.
Paol. - : sjb
Office and Yard Cor. 3d & Franklin.
Orders received by Telephone- v>4 promptly
attended t«. ;; . 50-214
i ECLIPSE WIKS MILLS,
|F«*r4 seals, Tf«k« an* FUtUJf—
'FAIRBANKS, MORSE & C*,
46 Eaat Third Btr— %.
DUNCAN & BARRY,
30 East TMrd Street
Qo»Utj<rfe«oda,Trl»nilsi» aal Wutaai
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;C. J. M»OitBTKT. 3. 6. DOMNXLLT.
McCarthy & Donnelly,
54 Wabufcaw Street, opposite Fostofflce.
Af*ita for Powers A Walker's in* burial
cases. Calls answered at all boars. Embalm*
ing a specialty. Best hears* in the city and
f aest * carriages at the lowest rates. Fune r »ls
— iuetea and «at!«faetl«u guaranty
. No, lowest TIM Street, St. PaaL
I respectfully invite the attention ol iadies
and gentlemen to my large, most complete
and elegant stock of new Masquerade Cos
tumes for Balls, Parties, Theatrical Perform
ances, Old Folks Concerts, Tableaua. &c.
| Masks at wholesale.
; Country parties, send for list and prices.
I P. ,T. GIESEN.
J. C. BALTZMAN, M. D.,
Homoepatbist, 408 Wabashaw Street,
BT. PAUL, - - - MINN.
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