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Xorthwestern Texas had a hurricane
Numerous arrests were made yesterday
in various parts of Ireland.
Sullivan, the pugilist, says he has recov
ered and will fight Mitchell.
Young has won his put and call ?v.it
against McGeogh, at Milwaukee.
Dr. Orton. of Milwaukee, under arrest
for abortion, has been discharged.
General Wji Brown, president of Georgia
Agricultural college, died at Athens.
A portion of the Revere House, Bu Ealo,
barnod last night but no lives were lost.
Gov. Boynton of Georgia and Susie T.
Earns of Walton county were married on
W. R. Merriam, of St. Paul, obtained a
contract at the Indian letting in New JTork
for :-80 barrel.- of pork at $20 25.
The Dubliu police have evidence that
Tames Carey, the informer, is implicated
in three murders, and will try him tor
Tha Vermont state authorities, after
much litigation in Canadian courts g it
igion of $200,000 bequeathed to the
state for the bc-uetit of common school-.
by Aaron Huntington, of Bradford Can-
Quntiogton was a native of Vermont
r:r.d died i"
Charged with Jsi£aiuy.
Henrietta Slanii .as enacted many parts in her
iif'?, and was Last night arrested for assuming the
role of a wife several times too often. She was
arrc-sted at the i stance of Henry Loos, a bene
dicL of her's from Minneapolis, who avers that
Henrietta Mann, alias Loos, alias Schwarz, alias
Stagg, marrietl liimself, deserted him, and then
was joined in matrimonial bonds to one Mann,
n Teutonic butcher residing on Burr street in
thi* city. Sac was arrested by officer Dialow and
reposed last nigkt on a bench in one of the city
See Kavanagh's list of sales which he adver
Mr. A. n. Nicolay, Beal Estate Auctioneer.
nil] make an important real estate auction sale
doable business and residence prop*. ■■ i.:
>t portion of lower and upper town, im
dando improved, suitable for profitable
investments. The sale will be made at the Mia
i sots Beal Estate exchange, No. 70 Ea.-t Tl lid
street, Monday, May 14. On Friday next. May
4. Mr. Nicolay sells at auction an elegant grand
-mire Knabe piano and costly household
fcure, all ma<leto order, at the private res
A, Wharten, No. 187 L:ist Ninth street
i' r full particulars read Mr. Nicolay's - t
■:its in auction want column in this , ■ "
r.oots and Shoes at a Great Sacrifice.
>7,500 worth of Boots and Shoes will be
thrown on the market at 49 East Third street at
SO. 40 and 50c on the dollar, on Thursday, 3! y
3. P. T. Kataxagh, Auction
The Biggest Ad
in to day's paper is the one of E. Ljtle, the
famous Pawnbroker and Jeweler of St. Par.i.
It will pay j'ou to examine it carefully.
Grijjg's Glycerine Salve
The best on earth can truly be said of Grig^s'
Glycerine Salve, which is a sure cure for cats,
braises, scalds, burns, wounds, and all other
sores. Will positively cure piles, tetter and all
skin eruptions. Satisfaction guaranteed or
mcrey refunded. Only twenty-fiva cents. For
.sale by P. J. Dreis, corner Ninth and St. Peter
r.oots and Shoes at a Great Sacrifice.
£7,500 worth of Boots and Shoes will be
thrown on the market at 49 East Third street, at
30, 40 and 50c on the dollar, on Thursday, May
3. P. T. Katanaob, Auctioneer.
Money in Your Pocket
by r-ading carefully the tremendous advertise
ment of E. Lytle, Pawnbroker and Jeweler, in
an •'. column.
lie Pawnbroker and Jeweler's great descriptive
rvdvs-rtisement in this issue.
.-^f 1 ■' Kavanagh's column to-day.
Read Kavanagh's column in Sunday Globe.
Eussia salve is the universal remedy for burns
- aids, cuts, bruisss and flesh wounds.
Boots and Shoes at a Great Sacrifice.
$7,500 worth of Boots and Shoes will be
thrown on the market at 49 East Third street, at
30, 40 and sL'c on the dollar, on Thursday, May
3. P. T. Kavanagh, Auctioneer.
Ladies, Don't be Humbugged !|
.E.B. Halliday's Blood Purifier and Ca
r: • Inlialent are your remedies for Catarrh.
Kidney and Female Complaints. After giving
it p. thorough trial you will call it the Boss of
all others. For croup and sore throat it has no
aal. Call on S. Blackford, 274 East Seventh
- '. St. Paul, and get a bottle of each, and if
' -s not help you, return the empiy bottles
i yuur money back. It contains no mer
cury. I would t-coni t<> take your money with
.•v.t ;^i ring you value received. For Bale by ail
able druggists. As the medicine baa
been extensively counterfeited. Bee that the
S. Blackford i- blown in the back of
very bottle, and has a bronzed lithographic
: " <»■: it. Take ;;<> other.
The marriage of Prince George of
''Vales to a Belgian Princess has long been
foreshadowed, aud is highly probable.
Through her mother, an Australian, she
■would brint; an inf a?ion of new blood.
NICOLA VS AUCTION.
LAK<iE 111 AL ESTATE AUCTION BALE
of Valutiblo Business and Residence Lots,
in lower town an<l upper town, embracing the
best portions of tlie city, as follows: Fourth
St., Sixth St.. Hubert St., Seventh St., Minne
sota St.. Cedar St.. University avenue, Oak St.,
Pleasant avenue, Summit avenue, Terrace Park,
Grand avenue, Westminster 6treet, Sherman
street, Walnut street; nice house and lot on Car
oll street, house and lot en Pleasant avenue.
House and lot on Charles btreet, near Rice.
House and lot on Gonnessee street, near Missis
sippi. Lots in Stiuwon's division, Wilkin
& Heyward's Out Lots. Fine lots on Dayton's
bluff, best part; also 25 lota near Harvester
Works, and choice acre garden lots, all to be
sold at auction Monday, May 14th, 1883, at
10:80 o'clock sharp, st the Minnesota Keal
EBtato Exchange, No. 70 East Third street.
Terms liberal and sale positive. For full par
ticulars apply to A. H. Nicolay, Real Estate
Auctioneer. No. 70 East Third St. 119-20
ELEGANT KNABE PIANO AND COSTLY
Household Furniture at Auction, to be sold
Friday morning, May 4th, at 10 a. m., at the
private residence of Dr. A. Wharton, No. 187
East Ninth stre<v, between Sibley and Jackson
streets. Full particulars in a few days. Apply
to A. H. Nicolay, Auctioneer, Minnesota lieal
Estate Exchange, No. 70, East Third St. 117-20
The Regente of the University of Minnesota
•will offer at public sale, one hundred and twenty- ;
rive residence Lots in Regents' Addition, on
Ttaiay, May 17, 1883,
at 10 o'clock a. m., at the Nicollet House,
These lota are Located near the University, and
are easily reached by street cars. This sale
offers special inducements to all those desiring
to secure full quarter-acre residence lots in the
best i>ortion of the city of Minneapolis
COL. A. 11. NIOOLAY, Auctioneer.
H. If. SißLEi', Pre-i toftheßaardof Reg nts.
L»a ed April 20, 188 a. ' 117*
ONLY 3 DAYS,
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,
APRIL 30th. MAY Ist. MAY 2d.
bargains! Dozen^^Do^S Bargains;
i HOSIERY, i $00 \ HOSIERY, ;
| BARGAINS] At 9 Cents iBARGAi^s;
CASHMERE.; 0 iDress Goods.-
JUST THINK OF IT AND CALL EARLY,
BARGAINS "1 ftqprcriiK! F ' BARGAINS "'i
I SPRING JACKETS,.] DillgUllllS, jParasolsJ
Mann & Benedict,
420 and 422 Wabashaw street,
st. A.TJL, - - - MINN.
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75c Buys $1.00 Worth of Clothing.
3-4 SALE. 3-4
14 OFF II ALL BTB SUITS,
14 OFF 05 ALL YOUTHS' SUITS,
14 OFF 05 ALL BOYS' SUITS,
14 OFF OS ALL CHILDREN'S SUITS,
14 OFF 01 ALL CHILDREN KILTS.
4=O Per Cent. Off on all Overcoats.
The store will be to rent July Ist, consequently the stock must
be closed out by that time, no matter how great the loss.
Twenty-five thousand Memorandum Books to be given away.
Call and get one.
The Big Clothier,
67 EAST THIRD STREET .... ST . PAUL.
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THE PFEFFERLE PATENT Flßii ESCAPE!
|Is the Host Wonderful Life Saving Inveution of the Age.
I Made to fit any window, no matter what height the building may be. Ready for immediate use
Can pass twenty to thirty persons in safety to the ground, in one minute, no matter how excited
or timid, or how great their numbers may be. Let them jump, fall, or bo thrown into the open
ing, and their lives can be saved without injury.
W. C. GRAY, Piqua, Ohio, Manufacturer and Proprietor for the United States.
Send for circular and testimonials to
C. G. lIALLAM, Agent for the Northwest,
Tribune Office, 12 East Third Street, St. Paul; Minn.
THE ST. PAUL SUNDAY GLOBE, SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 29,! 1883.
From 'The Boston; St. Paul.
Xoted below will be found a list of interesting
subjects for the consideration of shoppers or imr
chasers. We have selected from each Department
Specialties of every day wear in every household
where there are men or boys to clotlie, and have
made prices that should not be overlooked by econ
Economy is good management or enlightened
judgment by which a person obtains the most
benefit from a certain outlay of money.
1278 Dark Brown Pin Cheek S. B. Frock Suits, made from
a Foreign Worsted, never before retailed at less
than twenty dollars, ----- §15.00
6500 Black Ground, with Invisible Blue Pin Check mix
ture, S. B. Sack Suits, made from pure, clean Wool,
lining and trimmings the best, - - - 0.00
427G A neat Dark Gray and Cardinal mixture, HILAND
CASSIMERE, S. B. Sack Suit. These Suits would
be cheap at eighteen dollars. ... 14.00
Clili's Dp tat
Handsome Shirt Waists in Washable Fabrics, 25c.
Flannel Shirts, Waists and Blouses, to button or lace, $1.00
$1.50 and $1.75.
13322 Is our famous CREEDMOOR SUITS
(short pants), for Boys, 4 to 11 years of a°:e, in
three shades, viz: Lijjht, Medium and Dark mix
ture. These Suits have pieces for patches, and the
Cavalry-Knee; they are warranted all-wool, free
from Shoddy and not to fade: price, - - $5.00
In Children's and Boys' Lisrht Weight or Spring Overcoats, we
show an assortment not surpassed by the largest metropolitan
stores, and quote the following prices for garments of the best
material and workmanship:
Lot 56855, - - $4.50
Lot 57709, - - - $5.00
Lot 2571, - - $6.00
Lot 57070, - - - $8.00
20703 Union Cassimere Suits (Coat, Pants and Vests), for
Boys. 9to 13 years ot age, in two shades, Dark and
Light Gray, Pin Check, .... $5.00.
20G22 Dark Green mixed Cheviot, for Boys, 9to 13. These
Suits are cheap at eight dollars, - - 6.00
Fifiislli teis Departmeat 1
Men's Unlaiindrietl Shirts, Wamsntta Muslin, 1800 Linen Bosom,
Cuffs and Neckband,reinforced front, 75c.
A <rood quality of Unlaundried Shirts, with Linen Bosoms and
M i CMce SMI Styles of Giiiii's Neckwear,
The genuine "SHAW KNIT" Socks, in four different colors.
These Socks are seamless; 25c.
Four-Ply All-Linen Collars, in all the new shapes, three for 50e
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Hat and Cap Department.
Men's and Boys' Saxony Wool Hats, in Drabs and Blacks, Spring
Styles, 50c. A regular $2.50 Hat we sell for $1.00. Stetson's fine
Hats, at prices below the market. We are exclusive St. Paul Agents
for Youmaivs Dress Hats. Staw Hats from 5c to $2.50, twenty
five per cent below value.
CORNER OF THIRD AND ROBERT STREETS, ST. PAUL,
THE RELIABLE CLOTHIERS.
Send us your name Bod P. 0. address on a postal card, and we will forward free b'
-return mail our illustrated Price-List and System of Self-Measurement of 56 pages.
Goods forwarded 0. 0. D., on approval- to any part of the West,
OF THE OLD RELIABLE
We have now open for in
spection at the stand, No. 11
East Third street, the finest
line of Goods pertaining to our
business ever before shown to
the public of the Northwest,
our sister cities not escepted,
comprising all kinds of
Bigelow, Lowell, Higgins, Hart
ford, Compton's Body Brussels.
American, English, Tapestry
Brussels, in No. 1, 2, 3 and 4
Also, 3-plies of all the leading
manufacturers of the United
In 2-plies we show specialties
of twenty different manufactur
ers, their choice patterns in Ex
-1 v& Supers, ranging from 85 cents
o $1.00 a yard.
We also have Ingrains from 30c
ro 75c a yard.
Fifty different patterns of Lino
leum and Oil Uloth, Cheap to the
Shows the Finest Line of Raw
Silks, Damasks, Reps, Terrace,
JOE LICE DEPARTMENT
Contains Everything from 15c
Per Yard to 375 Per Window.
Our Window Shade Department,
Goods in this Line of Every Quality and
Our Wall Paper Department,
Papers can be had at N«w York Price-
Wholesale or Retail,
The Goods having nil been selected !
Mr. Matheis, they are ;/uarßnteod &v <>
Onr Manilla.; drag Department
Has been great!] ■ «-.c t^}. both in num
bers and talent '.a i ■ •■. ■■■- who favor this
house with orders f r .*<>>k will find no de
lay. Houee-wiv.-» -.' odii make a note of this
when engaging ■ h*'" 1-' ""^novation.
Hoping for th- - *<• liberal patronage
in the future at» i -,' ;m,i, I solicit a call.
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JOH\ ii iTiIEIS,
No. 11 East Third St.
v*m i*»i«hm ihiiiiiiirt .