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Go to the Boston restaurant for dinner
The banks close at noon to-day on ac
count of the fair.
The electric light at Colton's glass block
produces a very line effect.
'•Life in New York" is the bill at the
Pence Opera house this evening.
"Edgewood Folks" drew another good
ttudienee at the Academy last night.
The river is falling rapidly and work on
the short line viaduct will shortly be re
A large Washburn campaign flag is fly
ing over Washington avenue at First ave
French Catholic fair at Market hall
last night was well attended and passed off
Parties can be accommodated with meals
at any hour at the Comique restaurant, on
JTirst avenue south.
'•A Sea of Ice" was presented for the last
time to a good house by the McAllister
company last night.
Stephen Loftus. an employe of Camp &
Walker's mill, lost the fore-finger of his
right hand by a buzz Baw.
Large numbers of our fair visitors went
out to Lake Minnetonka via the fireworks
Sol Smith Russell is drawing good
houses, and convulsing them with laughter
at the Academy every night.
The Abbie Carrington Concert company
gave another fine concert to a good audi
ence in Harrison hall last evening.
At this evening's entertainment Miss
Abbie Carrington will sing, by request, the
pieces to be selected by the audience.
The last dance of the season was given
at Lake Harriet last night, several Minne
apolitans attending by special motor
The Eggling embezzlement case was
called in the municipal court yesterday
and the prisoner held for trial, with bonds.
placed at si.ooo.
Col. McCrory is laying a side track on
First avenue south, just below Washing
ton, where the future terminus of the
motor line is to be.
Phillips, the "tea store lottery man,"
was called up in the municipal court yes
terday morning, and the case was con
tinued until to-day.
The Carrington concerts at Harrison
hall are gaining in popularity as the peo
ple become better acquainted with the
merit of the entertainment.
Mr. J. G. Hipperly, a farmer from
Brooklyn township, fell from a load of hay
and dislocated his shoulder, while near the
Manitoba tracks on First street.
Camp <fc Walkers saw mill was shut
down yesterday morning, and will re
main closed until to-morrow to give the
employes an opportunity to attend the
The council endorsed the mayor's revo
cation of the International club license at
their meeting last night, and ordered the
money paid for the license returned to the
| Special trains for the fair are run on
he river and lowa and Minnesota divisions
of the Milwaukee road, by the Omaha road
from Eau Claire, by the Manitoba road and
to Willmar. and from Albert Lea, on the
St. Louis road every day,
The incoming trains last night unloaded
many pilgrims who knew not where to lay
their heads, and "I want a place to sleep,
first." was the general tenor of the re
marks heard. From the proportion of vis
itors to lodging places it is very evident
that a good many heads will have to re
pose close together the rest of the week.
An unknown and intoxicated teamster
met with an accident and an escape at the
Second street railroad crossing on the
Bast side late Tuesday afternoon. Disre
garding the warning of the flagman he at
tempted to pass in front of a moving train
and succeeded in getting the horses over,
Jjut the wagon was a total wreck.
VV. H. Ritchie, of Mansfield, Ohio, was
robbed of $73 by his bed fellow at the
Nicollet house Tuesday night. W. E.
Perry, who claims to come from New
York, who is suspected of the theft, was
shadowed by police all day nnd captured
late last night and locked up. Further
developments will appear to-day.
The Northwestern Grain Dealers* associ
ation, held a meeting yesterday evening
at which the following officers were elected:
President and General manager, E.
Lockie; Vice President, D. M. Bobbins;
Srcretary and Treasurer. F, H. Bunker and
F. M. Thornton. EL Lockie. D. M. Robbins,
C. B. Robbins, J. Gutzwiller. F. R. Bun
ker ahd Calvin Moore, a board of directors.
I'l/rntrcimics at the lAthr.
"The grandest display of fireworks ever
seen in the Northwest,"' is what they ad
vertise the Minnetonka exhibition to be.
and all things considered the claim is well
founded. The display last evening com
menced shortly after '.• o'clock, and for an
hour and a half the lake was ablaze with
colored Bengal fires, and the air filled with
showers of many colored stars, while report
ing marroons and bursting bomb shells lent
a genuine Fourth of July air to the occasion.
The list of piece s was a long one and
embraced two lettered pieces, one "Wel
come" and the other "Good Night," beside
scroll and resticle vheeles. mines. Tom
billions, Fanfaronades, and many other
things too numerous to mention. Last
night's display was witnessed by a large
and enthusiastic crowd of visitors and ex
cursionists. And as to-night's programme
promises several finer pieces it will proba
bly not lack spectators.
j Before Judge Cooley.]
Peter Wickhorst, drunkenness; dis
Robert Campbell, drunkenness; com
mitted ten days.
Charles Smith, drunkenness; committed
ten da\ s.
George Rolf, drunkenness; discharged.
John Oleson, drunkenness; committed
D. C. Wilson, drunkenness; fined ten
James Wolf, drunkenness: discharged.
Thos. Phillips, larceny; continued to
i) o'clock this morning.
Edward Grady, larceny of £600 from
person of Pat Eagan; held for trial at 9
a. m. to-day.
BL W. Eggling, Embezzlement; held for
trial. Bond placed at §1.000.
P. Hartman. W. Grotzan. D. "Wenkler.
Reller. David Burk. John Dobble, selling
liquor without license; continued to next
Monday at i) a. m.
Philip Hartman. selling liquor without
license; twelve jurymen found out of
twenty; jury discharged and case con
tinued until next Monday at 9 a. m.
T/if Ojtrii Air Concert.
Last evening a large crowd of people
as ambled at Snyder's park, on Tenth
street, to listen to the last open air con
cert of the season, by Prof. Danz's Light
Infantry brass baud.
ltcijultir 3lrcthi(i the City inuuvil Last
Evening. leaving O-rtltnnnces, Etc.
The regular meeting of the city ootmci
was called to order by President "Walsh
last evening. Several petitions for side
walks, etc., were read and referred to the
proper committees and aldermen, then fol
lowed a petition from a portion of the
property .owners along Nicollet avenue,
asking that said street be paved with cedar
1 blocks, and that the work be done during
the present season. The mat
ter was refered to the
committee on pavements. Proposals for
the paving of High street and vicinity of
suspension bridge were submitted by the
city engineer and ordered opened and
read. The bids were as follows: J. T.
Tobin, for excavating, forty cents per
yard; for laying stone, sixty -five cents. .
Thos. McCann.excavating, 50 cents, laying
stone 75 cents. A. C. Palmer, excavating.
80 cents; laying stone $1.25.
Aid. Glenn moved that the contract be
awarded to the lowest bidder, and that the
proper city officers be instructed to exe
cute the contract. Motion carried.
A communication from Health Officer
Cockburn, reporting the present condition,
of the small-pox hospital, suggesting im
provements, etc., was read.
The committee on roads and bridges re
ported back on ordinance regulating the
speed of carriages on the bridge, and sug
gesting that the maximum speed allowed
be five miles per hour. Report adopted.
A communication was received from the
mayor appointing John Cronin and Ole
M. Shelly patrolmen, and Martin White,
A. H. Tennant, William Bennett and A. A.
Page, special policemen to act on the fair
grounds. The appointments were all con
firmed. The communication of the
mayor revoking the license of the
International club was read and sub
mitted to the proper committee. After
some unimportant business the matter was
again taken up and the city comptroller
ordered to draw out a warrant on the
treasurer paying back the money paid for
Engineer Rinke submitted an estimate
of cost of opening and widening
Alderman Waitt offered a resolution or
dering a sewer built on University avenue
which was adopted. A sidewalk was or
dered built along both sides of Third ave
nue, south from fifteenth to twenty -fourth
4th street. Alsoalong seventh street,
The Minneapolis & St. Louis Railway
company were ordered to station a flag
man at sixth street crossing and to plank
considerable city business of small general
interest followed, after which Alderman
Glenn offered a motion for an ordinance
regulating the width of tires on wood carts
and heavy wagons. Motion adopted.
Adjourned to next Wednesday evening.
S'more fireworks again to-night.
The Belle is the favorite boat among the
The big boats will probably tie up after
this week's run.
The display of fireworks at the lake this
week are immense.
The Motor line trains to Minnetonka
were well patronized yesterday.
lowa seemed to be the best represented
state at Minnetonka yesterday.
The cost of the daily display of fireworks
is over ,*f>oo for each exhibition.
The Excelsior house reports business
good, and the hotel well filled.
All railroads have agreed on a round
trip rate of fifty cents for the evening ex
cursions this week.
John Clough and Fred C. Kesler. of Fort
Dodge, were among the many lowans at
the lake yesterday.
Dr. J. H. Van Anda, of Minneapolis, was
one of the passengers of the Belle of Min
Capt. J. P. Farley and wife, of Dubuque,
enjoyed tho hospitalities of the Belle of
A quartet of Philadelphians, J. M. Home,
J. E. Bonden, W. A. Watson and Harry ,
Lombard, "did" the lake Tuesday.
A. B. Stickney. of St. Paul, was one of
the dinera at Hotel Harrow yesterday.
Henderson, Minn., was represented at
Excelsior yesterday by Thos. Welch, wife
and daughter. Miss May Welch, E. L.
Welch, and Miss Amy Stiger.
The steamers darting here and there
with electric lights shining and bands
playing, together with the pyrotechic dis
plays, make Minnetonka a veritable "scene
of revelry by night."
The present warm, delightful weather
draws many of the visitors to the two
great fairs, to the lake, and both hotels that
have kept open and steamboats are doing
good and lucrative business.
A small break in the machinery laid the
City of St. Louis up for the day yesterday
and threw all the travel onto the Belle.
The damage was quickly repaired and the
•City 7 ' m:ide her trip as usual yesterday.
At thel Lafayette: J. H. Abbott and
wife, Cannon Falls; Mrs. Edward Sawyer,
Miss Bessie Sawyer. St. Paul; D. W. Row
land and wife. Miss B. Barnaby, Louisville,
Ky.; P. B. Graut and wife. Miss Gertie
Austin. B. F. Grout, H. C. Davis. H. Mid
dleton. F. A. Fogg, St. Paul; Dr. Wm. C.
Merrill. Miss Gertie Picket. Albert Lea.
A small excursion party composed of D.
W. C. Rowland, general manager of the
Louisville & Nashville railway, and P. B.
Groat, emigration agent of the Northen
Pacific, together with their families and
escorted by H. C. Davis, of the Manitoba
road, arrived at Hotel Lafayette by special
train about 11 o'clock yesterday. After
inspecting the hotel, the party boarded
the Belle of Minnetonka and enjoyed a
ride through the narrows and up the upper
lake to Upper Lake station, where the
train was found waiting to take them
back to St. Paul.
About 100 members of the Church of
Christ, of Minneapolis, attended the ex
cursion of that society yesterday, arriving
via the St. Paul railway and making the
tour of the lakes on the City of St. Louis.
The forenoon was pleasantly spent in sail
ing "o'er* the bright, blue waves'' and
when Chapman's grove was reached shortly
after noon the picnic dinner was spread
"under the greenwood tree" and most sav
agely attacked. The day passed without
particular incident and the party started
for home at 6 o'clock weli pleased with the
success of the affair.
For the electric light and pyrotechnic
excursions, this and every evening this
week, the Manitoba railroad will start a
special train from St. Paul at 7 o'clock,
leaving Minneapolis at 7:45 p. m.. and
connecting at Wayzata with the magnifi
cent steamer. Belle of Minnetonka. The
Minneapolis <fc, St. Louis train leaves Min
neapolis at 7:15 and is met at Solberg's
point by the City of St. Louis, and the
motor line runs a special from Minneapo
lis at 6:35, with which the trim little "Lo
tus" will connect at Excelsior. All the
boats proceed direct to the west shore of
Big island where the display will take
The friends of the Globe are cordially
invited to call upon us at our building near
Mechanical hall, on the fair grounds.
THE ST. PAUL DAILY GLOBE, THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 7, 1882.
We have sold our sewing maclune business and
good will, for the city of St. Paul, to Messrs.
Mahler & Thomson, who will keep a full stock
of the Howe Sewing Machines at our old stand,
No. 23 West Third street.
THE HOWE MACHINE CO.
St. Paul, Sept. 2, 1882.
Referring to the above, we will move our re
tail store from No. 414 Wabashaw street to tho
old Howe stand, No. 28 West Third street, on
Monday, Sept. 4. We sell Che "Howe," "House
hold," "Eldredge," "Wilson," "Remington,"
"Singer," "New Howe," "St. John," "White"
and "Bradbury" sewing machines.
MAHLER & THOMSON.
LAMPS id LAMP GOODS,
Fancy Goods, &c,
An inspection of our immense stock, just im
ported, is solicited from dealers in our line.
Satisfactory prices guaranteed.
LICHTENADER & HEINEMAM,
129 East Tliird Street
To the owners and all others interested In Hewitt's
Out Lots, first division, in the County of Ramsey
and State of Minnesota :
Notice is hereby given that the Northwestern Ele
vator Company and Daniel M Robbing, a part of the
proprietors of said Hewitt's Out Lots», nr.-t division,
will apply to the District Court of Ramsey County,
State of Minnesota,Flrst Judicial District, at the next
General Term thereof to be begun and held at the
Court House in the City of St Paul, in said Ramsey
County, on Tuesday, the 26th day of September, A.
D. f 1882, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day,
or a« soon thereafter as they can be heard, to vacate
the following portion or part of said Hewitt's Out
Lota, first division, to wit : All that part of Vandalia
street and of Central street lying and situate between
the "Territorial road" and Fulton avenue, accord
ing to the recorded plat of said Hewitt's Out Lots,
first division, on file in the office of the Register of
Deeds of said Ramsey County and to adjudge and
declare tbe title to the lands embraced by said por
tions of said Vandalia and Central streets to be in
the said Northwestern Elevator Company, it being
the person entitled to tha same.
At which time and place all persons interested are
hereby notified to appear and state any objections
they may have to tbe granting of said application, a
petition for which has been filed with the Olerk of
said District Court at his office in said City of st.
Paul Dated July 27th, A. D. 1882.
THE NORTHWESTERN ELEVATOR COMPANY,
(By D. M. Bobbins. General Manager.)
DANIEL M. ROBBINB.
Cykup J. Thompson, Attorney for said Proprietors,
St. Paul, Minn. anglothu7w
nTATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF RAMSEY
O —88. In Probate Court, Special term. August
In the matter of the estate of Francis Atwcod,
On reading and alias; the petition of Emma Col
hcun Atwood, of said county, representing, among
other things, that Francis Atwood, late of said
county, on the sth day of August, A, D 1882, at St.
Paul, in said eountjr, died intestate, and being an
Inhabitant of this county at the time of his death,
leaving goods, chattels and estate within this county,
and that the said petitioner is the widow of said de
ceased, and praying that administration oX said
estate be to William D. Kirk, granted ;
It is ordered, that said petition be heard before the
Judge of this court, en Monday, the 18th day of
(September, A. D. 18812, at 10 o'clook a. m., at the
probate office In said county.
Ordered farther, that notice thereof be Yen to
the heirs of said deceased, and to all persons inter
ested, by publishing a copy of this order for three
snoeessiTe weeks prior to said day ef hearbag, la
the Daily Glob*,* newspaper printed mvi published
at St. Paul, in said county.
By the court, HBNBT O'OOBbCAX,
[i» ■.] Judge of Prebave.
Attest: Fkahk Uobkbt, Jr., Clerk.
CJTATB OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF BaMSEY
n — es. In Frobate Court.
In the matter of the estate of T. W. Lukens, de
On reading and filing the petition of Clara A.
Lnkeus, of Mitchell, Dakota Territory, represent
ing, among other things, that T. W. Lukenß, late of
Geodland, Indiana, on the 3d day of November, A.
D. 1872, at said Goodland, Indiana, died Intestate,
and being an inhabitant of said Ooodlaod, Indiana,
at the time of his death, but leaving estate within
this county, and that the said petitioner is the widow
of said deceased, and praying that administration of
said estate be to John B. Olivier granted:
It 1* ordered, that said petition be beard before the
Judge of this Court, on Friday, the Bth day of Sep
tember. A. D. 1882, at ten o'clock a. m., at the pro
bate office in Bald county.
Ordered further, that notice thereof be given to
the heirs of A*id deceased, and to all persons Inter
ested, by publishing a copy of this order for three
successive weeks prior to said day of hearing, In the
Daily Globe, a newspaper printed and published
at Bt. Paul, in said county.
Dated at St. Paul, the 16th day of August, A . D.
By the Court, HENRY O'GOBMAN,
[l. b ] Judge of Probate.
Attest: Frank Robert. Jr.. Clerk. aug 16-thu-4w
DNDEUTAKERaT" ~~~ ~
0. J. MCCARTHY . J . G . DONNELLY
McCarthy & Donnelly
54 Wabashaw Street,
Agents for Powers & Walker'& fiDe burial
cases. Calls answered at all hours. Embalm
ing a specialty. Best hearse in the city, and
finest carriages at lowest rates. Funerals
conducted and satisfaction guaranteed.
Thousands bless this PILE OINTMENT.
IX you Buffer «ne day longer it is your own
fault, for Williams' Indian Pile
Ointment is a sura euro for Bleeding,
Itching, Ulcerated or Protruding Piijw.
No natter how long standing, Wiluxics'
Indian Piue Oiwthjknt will cure yon. Horn.
Sxtdqx CO7FINBXBBT, of Cleveland, <)„ says:
"It cured me when all other remedies failed.**
Frkd. P. Aluen, Troy, N.Y., says: "I tat
fered dAy and night with Itching Piles. 8. 0.
Gleaaon, druggist, recommended WiixiAJOF
Pius Ointmzxt, and it cured me at once."
Every Boat U Warranted, TRY IT. told
fry all Druggist*, and sent by mail om receipt
of Price, $1.00 per Box. Bend for Circular.
FRANKS. HEXRY& CO., Prop's,
NOYIS.BROB. A CUTLER. Wholesale A*'ta.
"* St. l'aul Itailtraif Tint* TuMen.
Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis
AND OMAHA RAILWAY.
"THE ROYAL. KOUTE."
|^"The only routo running solid trains from
Minneapolis and St. Paul with Pullman pmoliing
room sleepers on all trains to Chicago.
£ - "The only line running solid trains from St
Paul to Council Bluffs with sleeping cars through
to St. Joseph and Kansas City.
" Le. Minne- Leave St
departing trains. npolis. Paul.
Chicago Day Express f 1:00 p m 11:45 p m
Chicago & Milwaukee Ex ... *8:00 p m *8:45 p m
Sioux City & Sioux Falls. . . 7:10 a m • +8:00 a m
oWha »nd Kansas City. ... *3:20 p m *3:30 p m
Green Bay and Appleton. . . 6:00 a m
North Wisconsin |8:50 a m +10:20 a m
River Falls +4:30 pm +s:iio pin
The train leaving Minneapolis at 8:00 p. m. and
St. Paul at 8:45 p. m. is the celebrated dining car
train. . . . • .
Arrive St. Ar. Minne-
ARRIVING trains. Paul. apolis.
Chicago & Milwaukee Ex ... £6:15 am 17:00 a m
Chicago Night Exsress ; *12:45 p m *1:301 :30 p m
Sioux City A: Sioux Falls. . . j +7:25 p m +8:55 p m
Omaha and Kansas City *11:55 am . *1:00 p m
North Wisconsin. .'.:....... +3:15 pm' t4:oo p m
Green Bay & Appleton f8:00 p m +8:55 p m
River Falls T9:2oam +.10:00 a m
Luke Elmo and Stillwater Trains.
* LEAVE MINNEAPOLIS.
+8:00 a m, +1:00 p m, +4:30 p m, *8:00 p m.
LEAVE ST. PAUL.
+6:00 a m, 11>:20 a m, 10:20 a m, +.1:45 p m, +5:20 p m
\:\ ..;; and 8:45 p m.
LKAVB BTILLWATER FOR ST. PAUL £ MINNEAPOLIS.
+8:20 a m, 11:43 a m, *2:11 p m, +3:55 p m, 6:58 p m.
* Daily, + Except Sundays. X Except Mondays.
ESp-Tickets, Sleeping Car Accommodations and
all information can be secured at
No. 13 Nicollet House Block, Minneapolis,
J. CHARBONNEAU, Ticket Agent.
Minneapolis depot,corner Washington and Fourth
avenue north. .W. P. IVES, Ticket Agent.
Corner Third and Jackson streets, St. Paul,
THOMPSON & PETSCH, Ticket Agents.
New Union Depot, foot of Sibley street,
KNEBEL & BROWN, Ticket Agents.
S. G. STRICKLAND, Ticket Agent, Stillwater.
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway^
Arrival and departure of through passenger trains.
departing trains. Minneap-lis St. Paul.
St. Louis Express C 6:35 am C 7:10 a m
Milwaukee & Chicago Ex. . C 1:00 p m C 1:45 p m
Milwaukee & Chicago Ex.. A 8:00 pm A 8:45 p m
lowa & Minn. Division.
South'n Minn. & lowa Ex.. C 8:00 a m C 8:10 a m
Owatonna Accom C 4:30 pm C 4:30 p m
Mason Cy. South & Wept Ex E 6:00 pm E 7:10 p m
Hastings & Dakota Div.
Aberdeen & Dakota Ex JC 8:40 amC 8:00 a m
Bird Island Accom IC 3:15 pm C 2:00 pm
arriving trains. St. Paul. Minneap'lis
Chicago & Milwaukee Ex.. A 6:15 am A 7:00 a m
Chicago & Milwaukee Ex. . C 12:45 pm C 1:30 p m
St. Louis Express C 8:17 pm C 8:50 p m
lowa & Minn. Division.
Mason Cy. South & West Ex F 7:45 a m F 8:30 a m
Owatonna Accom C 9:55 a m C 10:05 a m
South'n Minn. & lowa Ex.. C 6:44 pm C 6:55 p m
Hastings & Dakota Div.
Bird Island Accom C 11:30 a m C 10:45 a m
Aberdeen & Dakota Ex C 5:33 p m C 4:45 p m
A, means daily. C. except Sunday. E, except
Saturday. F, except Monday.
Toward the Rising Sun !
"Altai Ids Routs"
mlJoll Lud nulllu,
"Which is composed of the
Minneapolis & St. Louis Railway,
Burlington, Cedar Rapids & Northern
Railway, and the
Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railwy,
Announces to the people of Minneapolis, St. Paul
and the Great Northwest, that it is now running
two trains daily to Chicago, connecting with all th«
trains leading East, Northeast, Southeast and South,
affording travelers unsurpassed accommodations,
sure connections and quick time to
Chicago, lew York, Boston, Philadelphia,
Baltimore, Washington, Toronto,
And in fact to all Eastern ■ points in the United
States and Canada. The 6:30 p. m. train from Min
neapolis runs through to Chicago, arriving in the
latter city at 3:15 p. m., in ample time to connect
with the Limited and Fast Express Trains to the
Northern Minnesota, Dakota & Manitoba
Will find this the best and most convenient route to
the East, as connections are made in the Union
Depot at Minneapolis, guarding against loss of
Remember, St. Paul passengers leave the Union
Depot at 7:25 a. m. and 5:30 p. m., and leave the
Union Depot at Minneapolis at 8:10 a. m. and 6:30
Fare always as low as by any other route, and
baggage checked through. Ask for your tickets via
this route, and be sure they read via Albert Lea
and West Liberty.
B. F. Mills, General Freight and Passenger
Agent, 8., C. R. & N. Railway.
A. H. Bode, General Traffic Manager, M. & St. L.
E. St. John. General Ticket and Passenger Agent,
C R. I. & P. Railway.
The city office of the Albert Lea Route in
Minneapolis is at No. 8 Washington avenue, oppo
site Nicollet house, and in St. Paul at corner Third
and Sibley streets.
Northern Pacific Country.
Dakota, Montana, Idaho, Washington and Ore
gon, traversed by the
NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD,
The Great Wheat Belt and Grazing Range
The Northern Pacific country cannot be ex
Healthfulness of Climate,
Fertility of Soil and
"Wealth of Natural Resources.
The quality of wheat grown in the Northern Pa
cific country, proving superior to any ever before
known, and bringing higher price?, it required a
new name to designate it in the markets, and it is
known as '"No. 1 Hard."
The lands offered by the Northern Pacific rail
road range from *2.60 to *4.00 per acre, and are the
cheapest and best lands now in the market. In
Minnesota, Dakota and Montana there are over 10,
-000,000 acres of land for sale. Crops are large and
sure: stock raising is very profitable, and there are
ready markets at the East by rail or lakes, and at
the West at numerous mining camps — good business
opportunities — chances for paying investments,
and work for all at good wages. The prosperous
condition of existing settlements along the line of
the Northern Pacific railroad in Minnesota and
Eastern Dakota is the best guarantee of the perma
nency of the agricultural interests of the entire
region. ' : V'""i :
Vast Gold and Silver mining sections occur in
Montana, Idaho, Washington and Oregon, and
each are famous as the best agricultural, grazing
and stock raising country in the United States.
For rates of fare and freight for colonies and
parties of land seekers and land buyers, and infor
mation relating to Local Land Agencies, address '
P. B. GROAT,
Gen'l Emigrant Agent, St. Paul, Minn.
For detailed information on all points relating to
land, and for maps, books, circulars, etc., Free, ap
ply to or address
CHAS. B. LAMBORN,
193- ;- li?i Land Commissioner.
~* . ANT ONB WdJxXlHii
Hard Wood Lumber,
In any size will do well to apply to or address
-V.. Laford, Little Falls, Minn.
Lumber can be delivered on] Northern Pac
ific cars. 142*
On the Minneapolis Fair Grounds,
Sept. 4, 5, 6, T9T 9 S. 9.
The Golden Harvest of the Great Northwest to be
Fitly Portrayed and Celebrated.
MM IB Ciiib at ■•! Oil Slam
THURSDAY'S PROGRAMME, SEPT. 7.
2:4.0 Class— Purse $5OO:
■ ■ ■ ' - . •
Chas. Davis, Sf. Paul, names b. g. Borneo.
W. L. Beck, Chicago, names br. s. Brown if ilkes.
J. B. Bnssett, Minneapolis, names b. m. Mollie B.
F. J. Mackey, Minneapolis, names bl. m. JLady Florence.
E. D. Barker, Minneapolis, names b. g. Prince Arthur.
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Free for All Pacing Race:
Purse of $5,000, - - - < - - - - - Entrance Fee.
John Splan* Chicago, names eh.m. Mattie Hunter.
O. A. Hwkock, New York, names g. m. Lucy.
D. W. Woodmansee, St. Paul, names br. a. Little Brown Jug.
Jos. Udell, Chicago, names b. g. Sleepy Tom.
J. Jtf. McCarty, Yincennes. Ind., names bl. m. Flora Belle.
J. PeUibone, Jr., Ptmghkeepsie, names b. m. Buffalo Girl.
Ben Woodmansee, St. Paul, names b. m. Gem.
Match. Equestrienne 20 Mile Eace,
Between Miss Belle Cool of California, anil Eiliarilo Espinosa, tie "Mexico Dare Devil,"
$1,500 a side, the Association to add $2,000.
Friday's Programme, Sept. 8:
2:26 Class— Purse $5:OO.
D. W. Woodmansee, St. Paul, names w m, Sannie G.
J. C. Oswald, Minneapolis, names eh. m. Flora Belle /
F. C. Pillsbury, Minneapolis, names g. g. Pedro.
E. A. Parker, Minneapolis, names b.g. Pi ince Arthur.
THE STALLION RACE:
Match race for $7,500, between Budd Doble's br. 8. Monroe Chief , ami Commodore Kittson's
b. s. Yon Arnim.
Free for All Handicap Equestrienne Race:
Ten miles, purse $2,500, in which Miss Belle Cook, Little Cricket, Miss Myrtie Peak, Miss Emma Jewel
and Miss Myra Eckles are expected to start. ; '
TERMS OP ADMISSION— On Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday, 50 Cts. Thurs
day and Friday, $1.00. Amphitheatre, 50 Cents. CHAS. H. CLARKE, Secretary.
WM. S. KING, President.
New Theater Oomique
W. W. BROWN, Proprietor.
Ho. 217 and 219 First AYenne Sontb,
OPEN 33^\,Y AND NIGHT.
The moat elegant Restaurant in the city.
Special accommodations for families and par
ties. Fine Wines and Cigars. 183*
ELennev & Hndner,
103 & 105 West TJiird Street.
Opposite Metropolitan Hotel.
Grand Daily Tour
Around the Lakes on the New, Large and
Belle of Miimetonka.
Passengers leave St- Paul at 8:30 and Minne
apolis 9:00, on the St. P., M. & 11. R. R.
Boate leaves Wajzata at 0:40, making all land
ings on the
LOWER, AND UPPER LAKE.\
Returning: in time to take the 4:50 train from
Wayzita, arriving at St. Paul at 6 p. m.
Fine restaurant on board. Meals and re
freshments served at all hours. A band of
music always on board.
Special Rates to Societies and
W. H. Laughtok, Daniel Garin,
242* Master. Clerk
SOOTS AND BHOES.
LAM BI E Lambie's Railroad
o Shoe takes the cake
** and walks away
E A ST 3 9 SI, from anything in the
■ST. PAUL market.
Academy of the Visitation,
ST. PAUL, MINN.
This Academy reopens Monday, September
the 4lh. Boarders and day scholars received.
ST. PAUL EOUNDBY
Manufacturers of the
ST. PAUL FARM [ENGINE,
Car Wheels, Railroad Castiags, Iron Fronts
for Buildings, heavy Wood and Coal
Stoves, Bridge, Sewer, and all
other kinds of Castings.
CHA 8' .""PARKER .777" ."President'.
H. W. TOPPING Manager.
CHAS. M . POWER Secretary and Treas. !
P. O. Box 2575. .
St. Paul bad N.W. Law& Collection Ass'b,
Rooms 1 & 2, Sherman Block, St. Paul,
Makjes collections in St. Paul in all parts of
the United States. Unequaled facilities for
collecting doubtful debts. Attends to legal
business in all courts. First class attorneys
in all parts of the country. Legal documents,
wills, deeds mortgagee, bonds, depositions,
affidavits, etc., carefully executed. Fees low
Settlements prompt. - Correspondence invited
LAURA W. HALL, •
TEACHER OF PIANO, - ST. PAUL
Residence No. 102 (new) Western Avenue
North, head of Ashland Aye,, St. Anthony hill.
Agent for "Brainard'a Musical World," the
oldest and best musical journal published.
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KB &X. ESTATE.
A House With Ten Rooms,
Lot 79x150; barn, well and cistern. Located
within 200 feet of the street cars. Possession
given immediately. Price $4,500. Terms ef
payment moderate. Apply to
R. W. JOHNSON, -;:,
Real Estate Agent, Roem. 11, Second Floor,
Mannheimer Block. • 164
Mo. 10 West TOM Street, St. Pad.
I respectfully invite the attention of ladies
and gentlemen to my large, most complete
and elegant stock of new Masquerade Cos
tumes for Balls, Parties, Theatrical Perform
ances, Old Folks Concerts, Tableau^ &c
Masks at wholesale.
Country parties, send for list mod prices.
The undersigned would inform his patron*
end the public generally, that he is now pre
pared to furnish coal and wood in large or
swall quantities, and would respectfully
solicit a share of their patronage.
Corner Fifth ana Watssta? Streets.
ill) al COAL
Offices on Seventh street bridge and corner
of Twelfth and Robert. Orders eceived by
GRIGGS & FOSTER,
Coal and "Wood.
SUMMER PBICH8: -
Grate and Eeg... $9.25 per ton.
Stove and Nut ;. 9.50 •*.-;,:
With a rebate of 25c per ton on all orders for
immediate delivery of 5 tons and upwards,
All kinds of Bituminous coal at lowest prices.
Maple woed $6.58 per cord
0ak...... 6.00 '«
Bass 4.00 M
Mixed 5.00 •«
Slabs ........................ 3.50 '• '
Office 41 E. Third St., Cor. Cedar,
i St Paul, Minn.