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TUESDAY EVENING, MABCH 5, 1901.
AND TIRED MOTHERS
Find Comfort in ' Cuticura
Instant Relief and refreshing, sleep for Skin-tortured
Babies and rest for Tired Mothers in a warm bath with
Cuticura Soap and a single anointing with Cuticura,
the great skin cure and purest of emollients. This is
the purest, sweetest, most speedy, permanent, and
economical treatment for torturing, disfiguring, itching,
burning, bleeding, scaly, crusted, and pimply skin and
scalp humors, with loss of hair, of infants and children.
Millions of Mothers Use Cuticura Soap
Assisted by Cuticura Ointment for preserving:, purifying, and beautifying
tne skin, for cleansing the scalp of crusts, scales, and dandruff, and th©
stopping of falling hair, for softening, whitening and soothing red, rough,
and sore hands, In the form of baths for annoying irritations, inflamma
tions, and chafing*, on too free or offensive perspiration, In the form of
washes for ulceratlve weaknesses, and for many sanative antiseptic pur
poses which readily suggest themselves to women, and especially moth
ers, and for all the purposes of the- toilet, bath, and nursery. No amount
of persuasion can Induce those who have once used it to use any other,
especially for preserving and purifying the skiri, scalp, and hair of infants
and children. Cuticura Soap combines delicate emollient properties*derived
from Cuticura, the great skin cure, with the purest of cleansing ingre
dients and the most refreshing of flower odors. No other medicated soap
ever compounded is to be compared with it for preserving, purifying, and
beautifying the *kin. scalp, hair, and hands. No other foreign or domestic
toilet soap, however expensive, Is to be compared with it for all the pur
poses of the toilet, bath, and nursery. Thus it combines in One Soap at
One Price, viz., Twenty-five Cents, the best skin and complexion soap,
the best toilet and best baby soap in the world.
Complete External and Internal Treatment for Every Humor, $1.25,
Consisting of CUTIOURA SOAP <23<0. to cleanse the fVin of crusts and scale* «nd
soften the thickened cuticle. CUTICITRA OINTMENT (50c>. to instantly allay Itch
lnsr. inflammation, and irritation and soothe and heal, and CUTJCURA RESOLVENT
I50o.). to cool and cleanse the blood. A SINGLE SET Is often sufficient to cure the
most torturing, disfiguring and humiliating skin, scalp and blood humors, with loss
of hair,- vhea ail else falls. Sold throughout the world.
Weaknesses of Men
From whatever cause-, arising, quickly and per
manently cured at the old reliable
PEABODY MEDICAL INSTITUTE
NO. 4 BULFINCH ST. (opposite Revere House)
Boston, Mass. Established iv ISCO. Chief Cod
sulting Physician (for 30 years), graduate of
Harvard Medical College, class of ISC4, late Sur
geon sth Keg. Mass. Volunteers; Assistant Phy
sician and -Surgeon from the College of Physic
ans and Surgeons, class 1893, These physicians
cure where others fail. Know Thyself rianuel
free, 6c postage. Write for it to-day. Key to
Consultation in person or by letter, 9 to 6; Sun
days. 10 to 1. Expert Treatment.
The TSLLVT> of the Day.
See you get Carter's,
Ask for Carter's,
Insist and demand
CUB'S Ws*. Liver
The only perfect
Take no other,
Solicited to do so.
Beware of imitations
of Same Color
North Star Dye Works
E.F. WBITZEL. Proprietor.
7*3 Mennepla At*., Xiane»p«Ua.
Telephone d »*»-••
■ •'*■> —
MARKET FOR MAIZE
France Propose* Lower Duty—
er Tariff on Meal.
New York. March The Paris cor
respondent of the Journal of Commerce
The customs committee of the French
chamber of deputies has recommended a
reduction of duties on maize from 5 to 3
francs per quintal; but on the flour or
meal 8 francs instead of 6. In 18S9 the
maize*lmports from the United States
amounted to 193.119 quintals. The total
importation for consumption was 5,217,538
quintals, valued at 65,575,462 francs.
Thus the United Stales has a promising
opening for the products. The proposed
increase of duties has nothing to do with
protecting the native product.
Always avoid harsh purgative pills.
They first make you sick and then leave
you constipated. Carter's Little Liver
Pills regulate the bowels and make you
■well. Dose, one pill.
The best Toilet Soap man can make
costs only ioc. now.
That is Jap Rose, transparent, glycerin
soap, made from pure vegetable oil, and
Any soap that approaches
costs 25c, and the difference is wasted.
A better soap could not be made, if
you paid a dollar a cake for it.
There is no better soap-maker than
Kirk—and Jap Rose is Kirk's best, yet it
costs but a dime a cake. . *
ATALANTA HAS TROUBLES
VOW \ Vi:\EZlEL\.\ O.LXBOAT
DniiiUKfil In ii Storm—(abiti Fitting;*
l-'uriiialt Fuel—Then She Run*
New York, March s.—The ship's com
pany, which left this port Jan. 21 in Jay
Gould's former yacht Atalanta. trans
formed into the Venezuelan gunboat Res
tauador. hoping to get Venezuelan com
missions, have returned on the liner
Philadelphia. The boat was sold to the
Venezuelan government early in January
and comprises the whole Venezuelan navy.
The first night at sea the ship ran into
a storm, which damaged her considerably.
It was decided to run into San Juan, but
the coal gave cut. The cabin furnishings,
which had been in the yacht since the
days of Jay Gould, were dropped into the
furnace—fancy wood panelling, pictures,
carpets, tables and, finally, the provisions,
such as ham. At San Juan the Restaua
dor lay from Jan. 3 to Feb. 6 being re
paired and refitted.
Then the vessel was ordered to bombard
Carputo, supposed to be held by the in
surgents. The guns were trained on the
town, when it was learned the place had
been recaptured by the government.
The vessel ran aground on the rocks
of Oarabo, where she remained until Jan.
12. She was pulled off by tugs. The ship
gtu in La Guayra Feb. 3, and the skipper
and his officers and men were put on
It was announced recently that the
Venezuelan government had purchased
Mr. Bennett's yacht Naomi for $100,000.
NEW STAP. DISAPPEARING
If It Keep» On lading It Will Soon
»'«u> Torfc Sun Special Servi—.
Chicago, March s.—According to . Pro
fessor Hough, head of the astronomical
department at Northwestern university,
the star receutly discovered by Profes
sor Anderson of Edinburg is gradually
diminishing in size. Last night it had
reached the second magnitude. Professor
Hough says that if it continues to dim
inish in size as it has during the past
week, it will be invisible within a few
Xew Haven, Conn., March s.—Yale as
tronomers find thai the new star Nova
Persei, is still fading slowly. The slow
ness of its disappearance, however is
much less than it was four days ago U
present the star appears to be no greater
in brilliance than the star of the sec
ond magnitude, Alpha Persei.
Sleeper Service to Kansas City Via
"The Milwaukee" Line.
First-class Pullman sleeper from twin
cities every day via C. M. & St. P. Ry. to
Leaves Minneapolis 7:50 a. m., St. Paul,
8 am.; arrives Kansas City 7 o clock next
Direct and most comfortable route to
Kansas City, the southwest and California.
Pullman touris: sleeper also from twin
cities every Tuesday, running through
to Los Angeles, Gal.
Apply to ticket agents, or write J. T.
Conley, assistant general passenger agent,
St. Paul, for lowest one-way and round
trip rates to all points south and west.
THE MINNEArOLIS JOURNAL.
'TWAS HARDLY FAIR
Report That"U" Boys Made a Poor
THE MILWAUKEE INDOOR MEET
MlnneMOta lluyi Were "In it" With
Other College Men la the
The report, that the university men who
represented Minnesota at the indoor meet
of tee Central Association of the Amateur
Athletic union in Milwaukee Saturday
made a. poor showing, is hardly fair to the
contestants. Minnesota was represented in
only four events and the showing made in
these was in many respects very satisfact
tory to Dr. Williams who witnessed all of
the event 1?.
It is true that Minnesota got but one
medal and that a third place one secured
by Bockman in the 75-yard high hurdle
event. Bockmau was paiml with Moloney
of Chicago, in the first heat in which the
Chicago man made a new world's record.
Bockman took the heat for seconds with a
good lead over Herbert of Notre Dame.
In the finals Maloney got first place, Mc-
Lean of the First regiment, Chicago, got
second and Bockman, of Minnesota, and
Sehule, of Wisconsin, were tied for third
The Judges decided that the contest for
the third place should be run off. The at
tempt resulted in a dead heat, which the
judges again ordered run off. Bockman
came to the scratch but Sehule failed to
show up and the Minnesota man got the
In the pole vault Furber made a clean
ten feet, passing his own previous record
and the mark made by any other college
man in the event. Martin of the Chicago
First regiment won by a vault of 10 feet
Nelson, who was entered in the quarter
mile run, was put out of the running at
the first turn. He was in fourth place with
eight men following and was running well
when he was knocked against a post at the
turn and thrown. It was felt that Nelson
had a fair chance to get a place by the
form he showed.
Came was up against a hard proposition
in the half mile event. Lord of Chicago,
who won second place in the international
games at Paris took the lead at the out
set and set a pace that was trying to the
whole bunch. Came followed Lord for the
first quarter mile and then quit the race.
The time made by the winner of the race,
Moran of the First regiment, was 2:03 4-5,
Moran passing Lord in the last ten yards.
Altogether, therefore, the showing made
by the Minnesota boys was not one to dis
courage either the contestants or their
friends. As compared with other college
men. they did exceedingly well and in
meets with college men in the future may
be expected to win honors for the gopher
Price Wickersham, Eugene Young, M.
Luby and Frank Force are the candidate's
for the position of business manager of this
season's 'varsity football team, an office
which pays a salary of $500. Wickersham
is said to have the inside track.
A CRACK TEAM
The One That Playn Basket Ball for
the Experiment Station.
The Minnesota Agricultural basket ball
team is making a name for itself. Its
record shows excellent work. The follow
ing are the leading games it has played
and the scores:
Dec. 12—Agriculturists, 28; Stillwater, 0.
Dec. 17—Agriculturists, 99; Company B,
Jan. 7—Agriculturists, 19; Y. M." C. A.,
Jan. 14—Agriculturists, 48; Stillwater, 6.
Jan. IS—Agriculturists, 7; Red Wing For
Jan. 26—Agriculturists, 10; Red Wing For
Feb. 2—Agriculturists, 13; Minneapolis*C. H.
Feb. 9—Agriculturists, 36: lowa university.9.
Feb. 12—Agriculturists, 30; alumni, 2.
Feb. 16—Agriculturists, ti; Y. M. C. A., 9.
Feb. 2:;— Agriculturists, 44; Wisconsin uni
Feb. 23—Agriculturists, DO; Company X
The # team is composed of the following:
Evanson, right forward; Dean, left for
ward; EmmoQS, center; Hunt, right
guard; Fowler, left guard.
The management is endeavoring to ar
range dates with the "U" first team.
TOM TOO MICH FOR SAM
Resalta in the Curling for the Gouil-
Tom Hastings' rink won from Sam
Hastings by a score of 15 to 11 in the
semi-finals of the contest for the John
Goodnow medal at the Flour City Curling
rink last evening. Tom Hastings also won
the second draw in the Caledonian medal
contest. The results of the individual
competition for points were: Sam Hast
ings (no handicap), 33; John McLeod (no
handicap), 30; Charles Case (* points
handicap), 26; S. Harris (3 points handi
cap), 29; D. Calquhouu (no handicap), 36;
Charles Sowle (no handicap), 31.
The finals will be played this afternoon
A BLOODY CONTEST
vllle—Ryan Won. *
That of the Two Tommlrt at Louis-
In the seventeenth round, after Tommy
Ryan had made a veritable chopping block
of him, Tommy West of Brooklyn, threw
up the sponge at Louisville last night. It
was one of the most bloody fistic battles
on record. Ryan's lip was split in the
seventh round and West's nose waa
broken. West's eye was closed soon after,
his forehead laid open in two places and
his cheek split. Ryan kept hammering
West's nose, and the latter bled profusely
from a dozen wounds. Those close to the
ring; were sickened by the sight and forced
to leave the club.
CHICAGO BASKET BALL
The Championship Contests Will Be-
gin This Evening.
The national championship contest In
basket ball will begin at the sportsman
show to-night. The entries for the bas
ket ball competition include the following:
Universities of Minnesota and Nebraska;
Company I, Kenton, Ohio; Company E,
Fond dv Lac, Wis.; Ravenswood Y. M. c!
A.; "Silent Five" deaf mutes, New York
and the West Side Y. M. C. A.
SPARS FROM OREGON
Coaat Will Supply the America's Cap
Portland, Ore., March s.—The Oregon
spruce spars have been ordered from a
lumber firm in this city for the America's
cup defender. The spruce -will be from
fifty to eighty feet long and from nine to
thirteen inches in diameter at the top,
absolutely free from knots.
Signed With Milwaukee.
Pitcher Virgil Garvln of the Chicago Na
tional League club lust night signed with the
Milwaukee club of the American league.
Pitcher Pete Dowlin's contract was also re
ceived by the Milwaukee managers.
Dwyer the Winner.
New York, Mar: h 5 —M. J. Dwyer of Grand
Rapids, Mich...and W. H QitJnn, of Montreal,
met last night before the Passaic County
Athletic club at Paterson, in a catch-as-catch
nan wrestling match. Dwyer won the first
bout in ten minutes, using a half Nelson and
crotch hold. The second fall was won by
him also, this time -Kith a too hold and a
Six-Day Race at Fargo.
Special to The Journal.
Frayo, H, D., March 5. —Arrangements have
been completed for a six-day bicycle race in
the armory. There will be eight participants.
All you love to do is to Reach for it.
//* will get that Good Havana Taste.
Really It's Laughable,
Yes, Real Laughable.
The Public understands itthough.
The Prince Bismarck
Cigar advertisements appeared
only about three weeks, before a
half dozen—more or less—other
brands followed the lead by ad
vertising in the self same way
and in the self same style. Imi
tated the Prince Bismarck
ads. as near as could be—copied
them nearly word for word.
Advertisements can be imitated,
but no one need hope the Cigar
itself will be imitated—for only one man knows how to make
The Prince Bismarck
®&-iT'S THE ONLY CIGAR REALLY WORTH A NICKEL."*®
Lymao=Eliel Drug Co., Distributors. Sold and bought by everybody because everybody likes it.
The track will be eighteen laps to the mile.
As some of the men are amateurs it has been
decided that the actual racing time 3hall be
limited to one hour each evening. There will
be a number of special races following the
big event each night.
Company B, First infantry, will play the
Y. 11. C. A. tigers a game of basket ball at
the armory this evening.
The city clerk will have 1901 cycle path
tags on sale March 15. The tags will be red
this year instead of white.
The Horlieks of Racine were defeated at
polo ac Racine last night by the Henley
team, of Richmond, Ind. S.-ore of :? to 1.
Pitcher L. 11. Taylor, who played last year
with New York, is s&ict to have signed
articles with the Cleveland American league
Manning, of the Washington American
league team, says he has signed Jimmy
Slagle, formerly of the Philadelphia National
league team, John Geitmau and Pitcher Car
rick of last year's New York team.
Final action on the state side path bill in.
iv the interests of wheelmen is looked for
this week. The bill provides for appointment
of side path commissioners in counties where
fifty or more wheelmen petition for it.
The scores at yesterday's shooting program
at the sportsmen's show. Now York were-
Fanning, 96; Crosby, 94; Gilbert, 92- Heikes
92; I,eroy, 89; Parmelee, 87: Fox, 84- Hull
83; Martin, 8;J; G. C. Stephenson, 8S; Hallo
well, &.'; Kdgerton. SO; Dudley 80; Griffith 78-
P. Daly, Jr., 78; F. B. Stephenson, 77: j' K.
The St. Croix Athletic league met yes
terday at New Richmond. Wis., aad elected
the following officers: President, C. J. Brew
er, Ellsworth: vice president, W. \. Mclvor,
Hudson; secretary. J. W\ T. Ames, River
Palls; treasurer, John C-.llahan, New Rich
mood. Baseball aud football schedules for
the coming year were arranged.
WELCOMED AT AMSTERDAM
Queen Wllhelmiun and Her Hag
band Are Bark In Holland.
Amsterdam, March 5. —Queen Wil
helmina and the prince consort entered
this city in state to-day. The royal party
was received by the principal authorities
and conducted to the royal pavilion. The
burgomaster of Amsterdam delivered an
address of welcome.
The procession, in state carriages and
escorted by troops, traversed the streets
of the capital, which, in spite of the rain,
GATES IS BETTER
Steel Magnate Has Been Sick In a
Ken York Hotel.
New York, March s.—John W. Gates,
the steel magnate, who has been ill at the
Waldorf Astoria as the result of a hemor
rhage of the nose, the after effect of a
severe cold, is better.
The Kuiisna City Eipre.ii
On the Chicago Great Western Ry. will
leave on and after March 3rd, at 10:00 a.
m. daily instead of 8:10 a. m. Pullman's
Sleeper, Reclining Chair, Through Cafe
Diner. Time shortened 1 hour and 45
minutes. Inquire of City Ticket Agent,
Cor. Nicollet Aye. and sth St., Minneapo
Millions of people use De Witt's Little
Early Risers and find them to be famous
little liver pills. They never gripe.
*<&> Rye -o
I ST. PAUL'SSBENZ MINNEAPOLIS^,
BOTH SIDES ARE BRDTAL
CRUEL WARFARE IN* COLOMBIA
<>ue Man la Impaled by the Chin on
v. Hook Because His Father
Is a Rebel.
San Francisco.March s.—According to V.
H. Putros, a railroad man, who has ar
rived here from South America, the war
in ColomQia is characterized by brutality
on both sides.
in the far interior, Putros says, the
federals, before being driven out, slaught
ered every person that fell into their
hands, except only a few women.
At Ohinipa adherents of Marosquln, in
command of Meliton Zubia, tortured Theo
phile Ortiz, the son of the owner of an
inn, the young man's father was a rebel.
He wasf> impaled by his chin on a hook
driven into the door, and his hands were
nailed to the sides of the entrance.
CUB,A GETS AMERICANIZED.
Havana, March s.—The new Spanish base
ball court was opened yesterday, General
Wood and a number of government officials
attending the ceremony. The promoters hope
that baseball will replace bull fighting in the
affections of the Cubans.
Time and Rates Reduced to Call-
Time shortened fourteen hours and
only $32.90 via the "North-Western Line"
to San Francisco, Los Angeles and other
California points. Tickets on sale Feb.
12, 19, 26, March 5, 12, 19, 26, April 2, 9,
lU, 23 and 30. City Ticket Offices, 413
Nicollet ay, Minneapolis; 382 Robert st,
Mai) of California free.
—A- M-° JOBBERS OF MINNEAPOLIS
GEO. R. NEWELL & CO.
Corner First Ay. N. and Third St.
DUNHAM & EASTMAN,
Alaska Herring, barrels ............ .$8.90
Rolled Oats, barrels .........$3.23
117-121 2 nd st s.. Minneapolis, Minm.
FISHER & CO.,
Grocers & Cigars
I '....'• 2d Ay. N. and 4th St.
; MINNEAPOLIS, • - MINN.
MINNEAPOLIS PAPER CO.,
241 aad 243 First Avenue N.
Wholesale Dealers la
'.Paper Bags, Twines, Cordage, Etc.
U8 and 120 Wash. Av.N. MINNEAPOLIS. MINN.
Household goods a specialty. ' Un
: equaled facilities and lowest rates.,
;. • raokiag by experienced men. v ..
BoydTransfer&Flel Co., 46 So.TMrdSL
♦ Telephone Main both raxsnanges.
MOSER IS FOUND GDILTY
KILLED HIS WIFE AND CHILDREN!
Their' Religious Belief, He Said,
Prohibited Show of Affection :;
in the Family.
Pekin, 111., March 5. —Samuel Moser,
who killed his wife and three children, was
found guilty to-day and sentenced to
twenty-one years in the penitentiary.
MoHer. whose father is said to be
wealthy, formerly was a member of the
Amish religious sect. He became separated
from his family, he charges, through the
peculiar beliefs of the sect, which forbid
the show of affection among members of a
family. Moser said that this so affected
his mind that he decided to wipe out his
family rather than submit to separation.
He left the state and was arrested at
Salt Lake City. He did not deny the
charges made, hia counsel relying upon
a plea of insanity.
Do not suffer from sick headache a mo
ment longer. It is not necessary. Car
ter's Little Liver Pills will cure you.
Dose, one little pUI. Small price. Small
dose. Small pill.
Good Minnesota Patent Flour, $1.75 per 88-lb, Sa«fc.»*33ffiLE£
Flonr,S|.Bs perW-lb. sack. Good Canned Corn, 7o per can; good Canned Tomatoes, 8c per can; 10 lbs. Fine Old
Bio Coffee, »70. or 5 lbs. or 50a. A good old crop roasted Bio, 10 lbs., »1,15, or 5 lbs. for 600. A good Old Crop San
tos Coffee, roasted, 10 lbs. for M.16, or 8 lbs. for 80c. A fine old crop Golden Rio, roasted, 160 lb^ or 7 lbs. for *1.00.
A fine Java, and Mocha flavor blended Coffee. Mo lb_ or 6 lbs. for «1.00. The best 'ava and Mocha flavor, roasted
coffee, the 40c grade, 2501b., of A lbs. for 97a. CARPETS- Over fifteen oarloads of carpets at half the price pur
uealer pave for them. Carpets for 10 gents that others ask 85 or SO cents for. Carpets or «8 cents per yard thas
ithersask from 6ftto«o cents for. FINE OLD RIO COFFEE. 10 lbs. for ©7c, Include some lnyournexi
order. Bend for Drug Catalogue and save money. we are offering FISH TOP BOOGIES, PHAETONS. tfINEBUR
KE YB, RO A D CARTS, ROAD WAGONS, eta., at 40 per cent) less than they retail for. Our Special Vehicle and Har
ness Catalogue contains the latest andbesS goods for I*oo. Bend your name at onoe and -we will send It free. Not*
our prices onflour. We are selling beet Minnesota flour at »1.55 sack. Order all you will need for several months.
T. M. ROBERTS SUPPLY HOUSE. 717-19-21 Nicollet Avenue, MINNEAPOLIS, MINN*
JANNEV, SAMPLE, HILL & CO.
30, 32, 34, 36 Second treat S, Cor
ner FirstAve. S. l_V'~V
MANUFACTURER SHOW CASES
Pittsburg Plate Glass Co.
Largest Pro- II Dlofo. (It ace II ln **•
ducers of : \\ "laic UiaSS || World.
We carry a Complete Stock of
WINDOW & ORNAMENTAL GLASS.
Northwestern Distributing Agents of Patton's
Paints, and carry a full line of Painters' Sun
dries. ■ , ' ■
D. M. Gilmore& Co. $%""**
Engineers, Steam Fitters, Factories
and Thrashers, Machinery of ■
Boiler and Machine Shops—9oo-906 4th St. So.,
Tel. 496. Stores—B-420 3d St. S., Tel. North
i western, Main 1743; Mississippi, Main 323.
Open Day and Night. Minneapolis, . Minn.
STATIONERY AND SUPPLIES
JOHN A. SCHLENER & CO.
! Commercial Stationers, Office and Bank Sup
-1 piles. ■ Agents for Wernlcke System
of Elastic Book Cases..
No- 516 Nicollet Avenue.
252-254 First Avenue N.
SASH AND DOORS '
GET OUR PRICES.
City Sash and Door Co., Minneapolis.
Are You a weaK Nan ?
jS^S^*4^ Are you working every
/sSwCxSh^ day under • the burden,
■ / -JSs9k °'a secret weakness.?
/ a K|| Are you experiencing
sjn^^ Rf loss of physical and sex
j/x %$] ual vigor.* Are you fall-
JStßi. If lug. but
l&ijv/jyi HOT SICK?
HTwkkJ ■ |J§Are you suffering from
'if)(Sp|f\ m&t any of the loathsome
*fmtmn\ . f'Wr infections, secret _ pri
v"-'^f;\ '.:['!*>"■ vate diseases of men?»
Vftll should consult an honest doctor
IUU who will tell you the truth about
yourself and who has the equipment of ap-
I pliances and experience to render you the
best service that expert professional skill In
: this 20th century can furnish.
PRIVATE DISEASES OF MEN :
Only Curable Cases Taken.
Gonorrhoea, Gleet. Stricture. Varlcocele, Hy
drocele. enlarged Prostate Gland, Skin and
Blood Disease. Blood Poison (syphUltic);
sores on body, limbs,in mouth and throat soon
disappear, and your Syphilitic blood poison;
cured without mercury in less time than at
the Hot Springs, at a much less expense to
you. Address, Dr. Alfred L. Cole and Council
of Physicians, 24 Washington Ave.S.,Minne
apolis, Minn. Consultation free. Confidential.
Plain envelope. No C. O. D. unless ordered.
WYMAN, PARTRIDGE & CO.,
Corner First Aye. N. and Fourth '
CRACKERS AND CONFECTIONER J
THE ULLIBRIDGE- ~^ !
BREMNER FACTORY '<
National Biscuit Company.
15-17-19 Third St., Minneapolis. Mi a a
Manufacturers of Crackers and ' -[ ■
Confectionery — of
Nuts and Firewrks.
Manager—S. D. Works. . ' *r.
RUBBER GOODS '.. rT*. .
W. S. NOTT COMPANY,
200-206 Pint Avenue S. k
■ ■■■ Manufacturers •/
Rubber and Cotton Belting, Hose. • -
Packing, etc Jobbers ■of Mackin- •- -' ■"•
' toshes, Rubber Boots and Shoes. '■' .-'• '
WHOLESALE DRUGS ' : ~~
100-104 WASHINGTON AVB.. N.
COAL AND COKE -
PIONEER FUEL CO.,
Shippers of COAL*.
Wharves—Gladstone, Mich.; Duluth, Mian. " ■
Offices—Minneapolis. 45 S. 4th Street; St. Paul.
37 Robert Street; Duluth, 392 W. Superior. .; -
Smith & Wyman, [
Doors, Sash, Blinds, eta, I
.Specialties: Stair Work, Office Fitting fad \
. Interior Hardwood Finish.'
Cor. Ay. S. and Bth St,
East Sid*, Minneapolis, Mima.