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X. IV. Cor. Ssv«ntb an-] Jackson Sts. -
We will not stop, until
they are all sold
If you have not as yet
seen our large lot of
(.n the most select of shades,
Call at once. Never were
silks sold as cheap East ' #
or West as we now offer *
above referred to
Importeu Lyon Sis!
They are very cheap at $1.50
per yard; but having taken ad
vantage of the depressed mar-,
ket, we can and will offer the
same at "*?.--'-%
$1.25 per yd.
Less 25 per ct, dis. 31' 4
• Net 93%
N. W. Corner of Seventh and Jackson Streets.
Up to yesterday 535 dog licenses had been
taken out. .
The internal revenue receipts yesterday
were $,925. 7,7 r. "■;.'/>•"-;',.- ■
Basil W. Armstrong, the mayor's secre -
tary, returned from Chicago yesterday.
Mr. R. __, Hooley, of theatrical fame, Chi
cago, is spending a few days in St. Paul.
John Dillon, comniedian, and a portion of
his company, passed through St. Paul yes
The city treasurer disbursed $25,000 yes-'
terday in payment for work done under city
tontracts. I :':•
"Adjutant General MacCarthy received a
back pension yesterday of $775 for a Meeker
county veteran and $1,904 for a Faribault j
A woman yelled murder on Market street
at 10 o'clock last evening in response to a
shaking up her husband gave her for. being
out at unreasonable hours.
The still alarm of fire at 2:30 o'clock yes
terday morning was caused by a blaze in a
shanty occupied by M. Daugherty, ' and
located at Eighth and Robert streets. The
damage was $100. .""•;
The national rifles of Washington have ap
plied to Gov. Hubbard for permission to
enter Mtnnesota armed and equipped and to
stop in the state for their summer encamp
ment at Lake Minuctonka.
Mr. J. T. Kerker, has resigned his posi
tion as manager of the Wanderer, and the
vaeency will be filled by Mr. B. Wurst. ' Mr.
Kerker will open a grocery store and sample. i
room at No. 1093 west Seventh street.' ,
The court house commission was to have !
met yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock, but i
owing to the fact that no quorum was pres- !
ent, no busineas was done, aud an adjourn- i
ment was had to the call of the secretary. - -
John Collins was picked up quite drunk
last night by the police while in Zimmer
man's drug store on Jackson street trying to.
sell several bottles of tooth powder which he
had evidently purloined from some other'
Bishop H. Schoiber was admitted in Judge
Simons session of the district court yester
day on presentation of certificates from the
supreme court of Michigan and of good
moral character on motion of John "W. Willis,
Esq., to practice in the courts of Minnesota
and will locate in St. Paul.
Yesterday afternoon and evening after a ;
most oppressive}- hot day to man and beast, i
the clouds tangled lip in war and gave us the
first genuine thuuder storm ,of the season.
One blast at about 9 p. m., was a blinding
sheet of lire which was followed by a dyna
- mite report that was a stunner.
The case of Elizabeth O'Keefe against
Michael O'Keefe was heard by Judge Simons
at the special district. court term yesterday
and divorce granted to the plaintiff on the
grounds of intemperance, inhuman •und
brutal treatment. In one of his drunken at
tacks the husband broke his wife's finger.
The following plats were examined and
approved yesterday; Palisade • addition,
which is a rearrangement of certain lots iv
Weide's addition to Fort street out lots B.
Michel's rearrangement of :' block 7 and the
south half of block 2, Smith's subdivision of
blocks 2, 6, 7 and S, of Stinson's division ol
the northwest quarter of section 36, town
ship 29, range 23.
We have both heard .of and read of
"check," but, perfection in the art has
-never been brought to our direct observa
tion until the past week. Two strangers,'
who have assumed the role- of editors for a
transient Saturday night paper, at an early
hour on Friday morning, entered the com
posing room of the '■'Daily Hotel Reporter,".
cooly unlocked one of its forms, abstracted
an advertisement and had it stereotyped,
without leave or license, a proceedure with
out a parallel in this latitude. A meeting of
newspaper men has been called to- consider
this remarkable method of obtaining adver
tisements, and, it is hoped that immediate
legal action will be instituted against the
offending parties."' - -.-"". ;-' -
Miss Elizabeth Carnagie, 40 Spruoe street,
Toronto. Ontario, Canada, states that having
suffered with a sprained wrist, at another
time with pains in the side an da sore throat,
she was completely cured in each .instance,
by St. Jacob's Oil, the "sovereign cure. "■'
J. E. Wisner, Lisbon, is at the Merchants..
John Murphy, Helena, is at the Merchants.
I- G. Hathaway, of Faribault, is *at * the
Clarendon. ;:;yy '
R. J. Niter, Grand Forks, was«at Wind
sor yesterday. .yy>y>%y..y
Geo. W. Jenks, of Sand Beach. Minn., . is
at the Windsor. - -. . ,
• ' *[" M. Simon, of Cincinnati, is registered.
..-. at tne Clarendon. .",-' '.- ■•-;.
John Sullivan, Ireland, is registered at the
Metropolitan h0te1.:...-. .>.=,
C. S. Bo£nanicr, of Bordeaux, '. France, is
At the Metropolitan. ,_.'■:
- € Miss Irene Soune, of Boston, isaamong the
; . guests at the Clarendon. fi :- .'..-.. .
X- P. Clark and D. B. Searle, St. Cloud,
were m the city yesterday. ■■,', *-.-
T. C. Paxton ■ and A. C. Jordan), *• Fargo,
were at the Merchants yesterday. y ""*- >f* ,'
Major My'rick and ''.family who have : lived
n the city for the past . year,"., are - about ''-to
take up their residence at Fort Snelling. -7 . ."
; Thos. R." Huddleston, formerly a lawyer-of
St. Paul and now of London, E.agland.'ar
;nved in the city yesterday, and is at the Met-'
ropolitan. ,• : -<-,;■•<
: Wm. H." Becker, Ellendale, D. -T.; J V
;• Cromer. SaalS-Ceatr^ F. a. •fio&ge i an.a._L.
j. W. Cor. Seventh an! Jackson Sts. '.
You will find it the
Ever offered, the fact,
that everybody is sell
ing goods cheaper now
Call in time
As you will now find
The best assortment.
11. Mckusiek, Pine City, were at the Mer
Killed by lightning, at his farm near Norton,
liraud Forks county, Dakota, on Friday, June
0, John A. .Mitchell, recently of this city, ageil
forty-Time years. - '•;..■
• Funeral services will be held at his former
residence, No. 275 east Eighth street, corner
Rosabel, at three o'clock this afternoon.', y-77
M$ m^ S=^S^-tm\-\
?i JIto? IL§k_L'&
tap' WW \\\\-W\mmm
This powder never varies. A marvalof purity
strength and wbolesonieness. More economical
than the ordinary kinds, and cannot ,be . sold, in
competition with the multitudes of low test, short
weight, alum or phosphate powders. Sold only
in cans. Royal Bakino Powder Co., 190 Wall
street. New York.
" DIAMOND JO LINE STEAMERS,
For Winona, Crosse, Dubuque, Rock Island,
Burlington, Keokuk, Quincy, St. Louis
and all Intermediate Points. ; .
(The elegant, popular and fast electric light pas
senger steamer-,' '
r; PITTSBURGH, V; i.
HO'-* KILLEEX, . LARRY CUBBERLY,
Master. - • . " Clerk.
Leaves St. Paul, Monday, June 9, at C p.m.
Through tickets to Chicago and all points to
East, West and South, by river and rail. The
cheapest and best route. - A. G. Long, Agent.
Office and dock foot of Sibley st. St. Paul.
City ticket office, St. Paul, Third and Jackson
streets. • ''.^'■'■■■/-'''■.-.• ;l"-.-■'.■-■.'•'
Office in Minneapolis, 16 Washington avenne
south. ,N, ;.'-.'■ .."'."--_.'
European Astrologist, Magnetic Physician and !
Business Medium Can tell both the past, present
and future of your whole life, and ask no ques
tions but your age; can tell of absent friends,
anil if you can succeed in any undertaking, and
at, what time the ■ Planet of j Fortune will benefit
you, either in business or matrimony; also, all
medical examinations, diseases described, treat
men's given and cures made in a most remarka
ble manner. All are invited to call and test her
power to foretell. Room 1, 424 Wabashaw street,
corner of Seventh."
". : DRUGS. . .
IN NEW QUARTERS"
*..,,'. \ Is settled in his elegant New Store ■■-'">' L\
Corner Nina and. Saint Peter streets.
Where can be found the finest and best of Drugs,
Perfumery, - Toilet Articles, Patent - Medicines, j
etc. Also, all kinds of Garden and Flower Seeds
in their season. .-• • . .-_.. '.
PBBSCBIPTIONS A SPECIE ¥
. GEORGE W. GETTY,
EOW BOATS AND OARS FOR SALE.
WHITE BEAR,';'.'. .... ' MINN
':...■ '. -:-_.- -' >nn&thn4w ;■'.;-
--'. * ROOM 6,
: Corner of Wabashaw arid Fourth streets.
77- i. y'.yy,'; Over i;iuresa Office.-"*:■•'"'' : > "_ -
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h THE ST. PAUL SUNDAY GLOBE. SUNDAY MORNING. JUNE 8, 1884.
Northwest Corner C Seventh and Jackson Streets
-".'■ '■- -;-""-- : ." .-' -.- ■".'■■;. .... ■■ \< .:..;•;- :v. 7y:' 7 yy'?.-■. y y.^3 •? '*. : <.'"'"\--' :■ ' - 7.7'-''i 77:7. y-. ." ..-..' "-.. :. :■:
BLACK! TZ>T "J-L r^XT" " •' BLACK!
■JC3 1 I _Ca*v-* r\
black ! DRESS DEPARTMENT! ! BLACK!
Black Cashmeres, :; Black Veilings,
BLACK! Black Serges, J ....', Black Henriettas, BLACK!
Black Dress D lete, -/!. Hack Armure, :
__ ,'•_ , Black Dress Arabi Pasha, Black Buntings, T , >, T^ .
BLACK - ?^ BLACK
CREPES! CREPES! CREPES!
BLACK! jfiT have constantly on hand complete lines of BLACK!
BLACK! ~'s of the - best reputed manufacturers. '.. BLACK!
Complete lines of Guinet Silks, V r . '
Complete lines of Alexandre Giraud & Co.'s Silks,
Complete lines of Jaubert, Andras & Co.'s Silks, % •-.
BLACK! Complete lines of American Silks. BLACK!
We do sell Goods cheaper than any other house in the city. Let .„
us prove it to you. Our prices for silks, are - now. down. .. •" ■*■
Good qualities at $1.00, $1.25, $1.50. $1.75. $2.00, $2.50 ' '•"••-'■
Less 25 per cent. 25,' 31^,. ! 37K, 43M. .. 50, 62^ ":
BLACK. Net..........: (75c) (93^c) ($1.12^) (si.Bi^) ($1.50) (Si.B7K .BLACK!
mmi BllMffl, 1 \ I. W. Cor. 7th and Jackson Sts.
GLASSWARE, CROCKERY, ETC.
TO THOSE -..'.••
Who toe not Taken Advantage of the
Ld Ldol ifilly oIIggI,
. ..."■-.:■■ • '■ : ;■■/*
Is, that they should not delay longer. The stock
is going rapidly, but there still remains; lot's of
bargains. We will make THIS WEEK, a
• SPECIAL SALE
Come and learn prices. If we cannot save
you from 25 to 50 per cent, never take our word
again: We are retiring from business, and as
long as the stock lasts GREAT BARGAINS
can be expected. Come and see what we mean
by a Special Dinner and Tea Set Sale. , ;1.
Cardozo & Heinemann,
129 EAST THIRD STREET V-y
V PAWNBROKER'S GOODS. "■ . ! '
FOURTH GRAI AWL
One thousand five hundred and eighty, (1,580)
Dollars' worth of Diamonds, Watches, Chains,
Solid Silver Set, etc., given away to our patrons
Christmas Eve, 1884. Every purchaser of goods
at Ly tie's, 45 Jackson street, no matter how
small, will receive a numbered ticket in this
Grand Christmas Drawing, and have a chance
to obtain one or more of the beautiful gifts free.
PRIZES FOR 1884!
A pair Solitaire Diamond Ear Drops, weigh
ing 5 karats, valued at
._ _ ". #fooi i".
Highest Grade Swiss Watch, 18-karat case?
set with diamonds |md rubies, adjusted to heat
and cold r with 14-karat Gold Chain and Charm,
valued at . $325 1 . :
• Diamond Stud—A BEAUTY—weight 2 1-2
karats, worth , $300. :-'.^;• U f gl
A massive and Artistic Silver Tilting Ice
Pitcher,-"-,' ;'•''" i ' i..■ •, :■ -.;: :■ .* ■ ■" ••.
V- ■ v-■:■■ $75! : ;.'.
One Solid Silver Table Set, six pieces, latest
design, valued at
Elegant Opera Glass, the best made by Bar
deau of Paris; smoked pearl, silk plush case,
Value, ■ ♦ ' -~
;''V 1i,.1y-^l^: :/ :lyymSO'l ..'';,,.-:■-,
In accordance with his I usual liberality and
popular policy, Mr. Ly tie will this year present
his patrons with presents more costly and beau
tiful than ever before. / v
The BEAUTIFUL DOLL, "The Queen of the
Fairies," will be handsomer, more graceful, and
more | finely dressed, and wear costlier jewels
than any of her predecessors. Some young miss
will be made happy by receiving this grand little
lady far a Christmas present. She represents
quite a little fortune : $125 ! Tickets for doll are
entirely free, without any consideration of pur
chase. : Any little girl wishing a ticket : will
please ;■ enclose a stamped envelope; directed
The LUCKY NUMBERS will be announced'
in all St. Paul Daily Papers the Day Folio wing
the drawing. *'-. -'■■." :».;"" ffiglit
The Gifts are now on exhibition.
Lytle's stock can only be appreciated by per
sonal inspection, and it ;is worth ' a long "i trip to
view his splendidly attractive; show window, at
45 Jackson Street. It is not only lan index to
thei treasurers within, but it is a marvel of ele
gance, v beauty and taste. The array of fine and
costly goods is without a peer, jewels and gems
mingling with rare and beautiful ornaments in
glittering gold. The arrangement is truly ex
quisite and novel. Birds, animals and pictures,
all bearing specimens of the wealth of treasures
contained in the depositories, tastefully dis
played, and an idea of the bargains to be obtained is given in the
prices and costs attached to many goods. No Hatter what you may
want in the lines representd by Mr. Lytle, you are certain to save a
a large percentage if you purchase of him, while you get goods
strictly as represented and also a ticket which entitles you to a
chance in the drawing. • • '. .* "■■7:7■
■ y Goods Sent ', C. O. D. to any Destination, . with Privilege of
Pawnbroker & Jeweler
4=5 Jackson Street.
J. W. Cor. S.vfnth and Jackson Sts.
Our 75c Summer Silk,
of excellent quality,
; marked down to I.
. . : per yd.
And from this. low --
". figure 25 per ot. off 12^ .
Net........ .. !&,...7.. 37Kc.:
Our 85c Silk 1 marked
...V,'.'.-" ....':..'' s - • 65C. -'
And from this ridiculous '
low figure H 0ff.......... 16Mc
We have as yet a splen
did assortment of ;.;.':
And it will pay you to
; examine our stock at
; once. ■ ''-/,-*
: Horftiwest Corner
■-' Seyentli and Jackson Sts.
, N. W. Cor. Seventh and Jackson Sts..
UST GO HOW!
Will be offered v
; THEIR VALUE.
Prices for Silk and
Satin Parasols: $1.00,
$1.50, $2.00, $2.50, $3.
--00, $4.00, $5.00, $6.00,
$7:50, $8.50, $10.00,
LESS 25 PER CENT. DISCOUNT.
i Northwest Corner Seventh and Jackson Sts.
Sunday, June 8tli!
SHORT LINE FAST EXCURSION TRAINS
- ' VIA THE
St. Paul, Minneapolis ai Manitolia Railway,
Leave St. Paul - - 9:30 A.M., 1:30 P. M., 5:30 P.M.
Leave Minneapolis 10:00 A.M. t 2:00 P.M., 6:00 P. M*
The 9:30 a. m. and 1 :30 p. m. trains connect with steamer for trip on Lower Lake, *
Leave Spring Park .% .'...-.. .Y. 8 A. M., 11:55 A.M., 4:55 P. M-
Leave M unetonka Be<ch __f. ......<... .........9:00 A.M., 13:0OM., "" 5:00 P.M
-1.-HVH Wayzata... :..:...l__}...': 9:10 A.M, 12:10 P.M., 5:10 P. M-
Arrive Minneapolis...... .:."... 9:30 A. M., 12:30 P. 5:30 P. M-
Arrive St. Pau1.....................r..... 10:00 A.M., 1:00 P. M., 0:00 P.M.
■:.---■■"-■"-■- ROUND TRIP, TO LAKE AND RETURN, *5 CKNTB.
->.■'■'.•■ LAKE MINNETONKA via MANITOBA LINE. -\'
Double Track! . Short Route ! Quick Time '
Leave ; St. Paul 9 a.m., 1:30 p.m., 5:30 p.m. Arrive Wayzata 10:20 a.m., 2:20 p.m., 6:20p.m
--" Minneapolis-10:00 •" 2:00 "■• 0:00." Ar. Minnetonka ß. 10:30 " 2:30 " 6:30"
"" " * - /- :■ RETURNING: "
Le. Minnetonkaß.—7:oo a.m., 12m., 5p.m., Ar. Minneapolis 7:30 a.m., 12:30, p.m., 5:30 p.m.
Leave Wayzata— 7:00 " 12:10 p.m., 5:10 ". Arrive St. Paul 8:00 " " 1:00 " 6:00 '•
All Trains Daily. '>'-:;'___!'?•'
91 and 153 East Third Street,
.. We will show this week the largest and finest line of
Bine Flannel Snits!
Ever seen in St. Paul.' Come in and examine the stock and learn
■ the prices which we guarantee to be the lowest in the Northwest.
- A complete and elegant stock of
Best Materials, Newest Styles, Guaranteed Fits
and Lowest Prices!
91 and 153 East Third street, St. Paul, Minn
* ; ", -yiyy'l- - BOOTS AND SHOES _ /''"'-"'
Boots ii Sloes, ML
; New Styles Daily Received. _ Jm^^yiW
331 Waste M Cor. ii*mW^ m
. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. ' - -.'■'■
Acknowledged by Artists the Best in the World.
'•"■ I know of none superior to the Weber and none that can compete with them
for durability.—Teresa Carreno. -•..
« The tone of th« Weber Piano is so sweet, rich and sympathetic, yet so full,
that I shall always rank you as the greatest manufacturer of the day.—Emma
Thursby. ...,.-.•. '■
, Weber Pianos excel all others in volume of tone and in power of expression.—
S. Liebhng. .
I There are no Pianos in the world that sustain the voice like the Weber.—
ma Abbott. \ . ;•:*•::.-•.'-'
R. C. MitHSTG-ER, O^eiit, St. Paul.
'-•'. "SEND FOR CATALOGUES. ',
91 WM km PARRY SOEastThirdstreet,
. : ..,..JUIU^ fICMMI, St Paul, Minn.
\* ..*,. 58 East Third Street.'. \
. |*STlie latest styles of Imported Goods always on hand. .. Perfect flts guaranteed.
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AND TELEGRAPHIC INSTITUTE
Has long since established its ' claims to pnblic favor f and has now 'entered upon its 15th year under "•
; the most favorable . auspices. - fiend tax catalogue, giving full• particulars.r. -Northwest cor. Seventh-".
JUtd J act sua suet is.
W. A. FAIiDIB. PjciaeipsO.
N.W. Cor; Seventh; and Jackson Sts.
COMPLETE STOCK, *
SUMMER WRAPS, .
■/' MANTLES, CAPES,
Sold for what they will
MUST RE SOLD SOW !
Northwest Corner Seventh and Jackson Sts.