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THE CITY. ! ■<"''•■ : * 4
- DAILY WEATHER BULLETIN.
Office Chief Signal Officer, }
■Washington. D. C, Sept. 19, 9:56 p. m. )
Observations taken at -the same moment of
time at all stations named.
UPPER MISSISSIPPI VALLEY.
Bar Ther. Wind. Weather.
St. Paul... 30.25 55 Calm Clear
La Crosse 30.23 58 HW Clear
NOKTHWEST.
liar. Ther. Wind. Weather.
Bismarck....:.. 30.27 49 Calm Clear
Ft Garry 30.20 43 W Clear
Kinnedosa 30.23 38 Calm ' Clear
aioorhead 30.27 49 X Clear
Qnapelle..:' 80.17 45 SW Clear
St. Vincent .30.21 47 W. . Clear
XOBTHEKN KOCKT 3IOUNTAIN ELOPE.
Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather.
Ft. ABsinaboine.. 3o.lo 02 SE Clear
Ft. Buford 30.18 49 >'E . Clear
Ft. Cnster 30.00 59 SB Clear
Helena 30.0-1 55 SW Clear
Huron... 30.32 50 >"X Clear
Medicine HaV... 29.94 53 S Clear
rrrEK lakes.
Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather.
Duluth 30.21 53 NW Clear
DAILY LOCAL 3IEANS.
Bar. Ther. Dew Point. Wind. Weather.
80.102 CO.l 49.0 XW Clear
Amount rainfall .0; Maximum thermometer
«J9.0; minimum thermometer 55.2; daily range
.8.
River — Observe* height 4 feet, 0 inch.
Rise in twenty-four hours 0 inches.
Fall in twenty-four hours, 1 inch.
Hole — The "lime ball" is dropped daily (Sun
days excepled) from the flagstaff on the Fire
A- Marine building, corner of Third and Jack
ton streets, at noon, •■Central Time," us deter
mined at Carleton College observatory.
— Barometer corrected for temperature
and elevation.
P. F. Lyons,
Sergeant, Signal Corps, U. S. A.
INDICATION'S.
Washington, Sept. -0, 1 a. m. — Indications
for upper Mississippi valley, fair weather;
variable winds; lower temperature. Missouri
valley, fair weather; north to east winds; lower
temperature.
CITY GLOBULES.
Capt. Burger's Republican club held a meet-
Ing on Dayton's bluff last evening.
' Jacob Deis was ordered committed for in
fanity at a hearing before the probate court yes
terday.
JiitOiop Ireland is arranging to attend the
council of 1 ishops to be held in Baltimore during
November.
The Irish-Amerii Republican club have a
meeting at Uibernia hall this evening and are to
be addressed by the "great unknown."
i; . F. Nordic Is announced to speak on politi
cal topics at Cannon Falls next Tuesday evening
and at Vasa the Wednesday evening follow
ing.
Articles of association of the Old Pcople'e Mu
tual Benefit society, of Elkhart Indiana, were
filed with the secretary of state of Minnesota,
yesterday.
The matter of supplying spring water on St.
Anthony hill is proving a great success and the
work of laying the pipes is going forward very
ifactorily.
All the delinquent real estate taxes were sold
for White Bear and Reserve yesterday, and the
pales closes to-day with those of Rose and
Mounds View.
At a recent public meeting in this city the
orator closed with the apology "that he didn't
expect to speak this evening and that he hoped
the iwdlence would beg his pardon."
Tho lire in Dawson .v Sweeney's grocery store
early yesterday morning, originated from spon
taneous combustion in some oily rugs near a
kerosene oil lank in the basement. Lous §15 and
Insured.
The court house commissioners held an infor
mal meeting yesterday afternoon in regard to the
bids for the construction of the new edifice,
which haw been received and will be opened
next Monday.
There is an Irishman in this city who says he
in tired of the fault-finding with Orover Cleveland
because be hung a couple of Irishmen. He thinks
an Irishman lias just as much right to be hung as
any other nationality.
Tlio alarm of flro from box sixty-eight at 1:06
yesterday afternoon was canned by a woodshed,
owned by H. L. Gorman and occupied by <'. 11.
P. Smith in the rear of i.'.M, Rice street, getting
on fin: from some unknown couhc. Loan trill
ing:
An impressive ceremony took place at the
cathedral yesterday morning, being the ordina
tion Into the priesthood of the Roy. Anthony
Ogalin. He was ordained by Bishop Ireland in
the presence of the clergy of tho parish, but as
yet he baa not been assigned.
A man named M. J. SMobar. while attempting
to jump on a train while In motion on the St
Paul A Diiliuh road yesterday, was bruised a
good deal about the head and had Ills left leg a
good deal hurt. He was brought to town and
taken to St. Joseph's hospital.
A petition for a writ of certiorari was Hied in
the office of the clerk of the supreme court
Thursday, in the matter of the application for li
cense to sell the real estate of Mary Juckrnaun,
deceased, situated In Nicollet coanty, which was
made returnable on Tuesday, October 7.
Win. P. Townscnd yesterday filed two com
plaints in the district court against R. W. John
son, assignee of W. L. Anderson, the carpet
man, In which ho alleges that Anderson made to
him promissory notes aggregating §-"0,019, but
which defendant disallowed when be settled up
the affairs of the assignor. Tne plahulfl asks
the court for judgment in the sum of $-0,019.
Jack Slatterly, one of the toughest young nuts
in tlie city, wan arrested yesterday by Offlcer
Itiihe for drunkenness. After sobering up the
officer started «r bring him to the court room,
and on the way over he broke- away aud gave the
copper a lively chase. On being caught ho re
sisted and had to be brought in by main for co
He was also wanted on a warrant for assaulting
J*S, Flaunignn, and he was given five days on tho
first charge, tho hitler case being coutlnued un
til today.
Mr. W. C. \V. ir, of La Porte, Indiana,
writes, that his little girl found iustantaneous
relief, ami was cured of acute neuralgia of
the muscles of tho neck, extending to the
larynx, by St. Jacobs Oil, the j;reat pain-cure.
Let the last Murphy meeting at the Opera
House Sunday, at 3 p. m., be a rousing one.
PERSONALS.
Gco. C. Ecu, Edna, is at the Windsor.
Hon. A. 11. Baker, Ada, Is at the Windsor.
O. K. Lewis, Batta, M. T.. is at the Merchants.
J. X, Conly and wife, Daluth, aro at the Mer
chants.
O. 11. Fairbanks, Anoka, was in the city yes-
Unlay.
J. C, Gre sham and wife. Fort Yates, are at the
Merchants.
M. O. Little, of Glencoe, called at the capitol
yesterday.
A. C. Ilickman, of Minneapolis, called at the
capitol yestorday.
Isaac OrscheL of Miles City, was at Uio Mer
chants yesterday.
A. Q. Whipple, Devils Lake, was at the Mer
chants yesterday.
W. E. Spencer, of Washington, was at the
Merchants yesterday.
A. A. Foster. Esq., of Minneapolis, called at
the state capital yesterday.
.i. ■JO. Espt ? *. of AU * rtLca . visited friends at
the state capital yesterday.
J. A. Lawrence, proprietor of tho Archer
house, Northfleld. is at the Windsor.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Mclntyr*. of th* Metro
politan, returned yesterday from Chicago.
M^ at - J. K. H - rrick ' r. B. A., »° d Lieut. L.
31. Garnett. I . B. navy, arc at the Metropolitan
E. M. Wright. Fergus Falls, Hon. P. A. Smith
and Re*. J. Uorday, were a: the Merchants yes
terday. * *
J. S. Harris. la Crc«cent, Clark Chambers.
Owatonna, Col. Clark W. Thompson, Wells K.
C, Judson, Kanaiacton. Frank J. Wilson,
7""* ° r V" stat « Agricultural society, are
at the Metropolitan,
I> member the closing Murphy meeting at the
Grand Opera House, Sunday, 3 p. m.
Base Bali:
Omaha vs. St. Paul, to-day, at Seventh street
park,
United Ancient Order of Druids.
11. S Temple, noble grand arch: A. F. Nor
din. deputy grand arch; S. V. Hautt, grand sec
retary: John A. Uillaian, grand treasurer:
Charles Weber, past most noble grand arch of the
X nited States; W. P. Marry. C. F. UaosdotC.
August Ham«>«. and others will go down toWi'
uona on Satnniay. September 30. to attend th«
celebration of the thirteenth anniversary of Wi
nona Grove. No. 6, U. A. O. D. "
Th» Acme Eindlcr is a household necessity.
•The cheapest and safest way to start all ftretl
AMUSEMENTS.
His "Little Hatchet" Produced to a
Largre House Last Evening-
The Opera house was crowded again last night
with a fashionable audience to witness the
Florences aud their company in a new play by
Geo. Jeusop and Wm. Gill, entitled "Facts, or
His Little Hatchet." The authors of this play
are not unknown to fame, having written sev
eral successful plays for the stage, and the pres
ent production is probably entitled to supremacy
for the reason that it was adapted to suit the
clever and peculiar capabilities of Mr. and Mm.
Florence. The play is well named, or rather the
last part of the title is suggestive of what the
first part isn't inteuded to represent. If the
reader will take the orthodox theory of creation}
the fable of George Washington's encounter
with the cherry tree, the imagiuative flights of
Eli Perkins and Baron Munchausenand knead in
a few stories a la returning board, he may form
a tolerably remote idea of the work
accomplished by Mr. Florence's Little Hatchet.
alon^ side of which the trusty broadas of Mr.
Washington wasn't a marker. The Dlay doesn't
aspire to but precious little by way of plot, al
though it is superior in this respect to the "Al
mighty Dollar." If anything, "Facts" is more
laughable than the latter play, or at least seems
to take better, as evidenced by the almost cod
tinueil iaughter last night.
The amusement arises from the smart, bright
and highly improbable corkers thrown out by
Pinto Perkins, the Governor, to captivate the
susceptible Matilda Starr, who does the gushing
literary act As Pinto Perkins, the champion |
exaggoratcr of the age, Mr. Florence is a stu
pendous success. The lies of Pinto travel in
swarm? and dwarf the cheops by comparison.
He has tugaged in everything from running a
perfume foundry in Jamacia to securing the
contract for digging post holes in Yucatan, man
aging a whale voyage or piaying breeze out on
the apex of the north pole. During the play he
contracts to enlighten some English swells into
the mysteries of the science called poker, and he
manages to sweep the deck and take ail the
tricks. Not to be outdone, Matilda, Mrs. Flor
ence, as the champion female literary crank,
paralyzes the "governor" by her ode to a cyclone
and her musings on a wash, etc. The fun, as
may be supposed, is fast and furious:
it is as swift 89 a spark •in a flax
seed and every hit n« contagious.
There is some plot to the play furnished by the
machinations of aCapt. Victor to wean the af
fection* of v Mrs. Kingaley, and a scheming and
sentimental widow, Mrs. Jennings. The cust
ma very good, the gentlemen being well up in
their business, while the roles taken by Miss
I'roctor, Miss Kitzpatrick and Miss Kadcliff wt-re
very enjoyable.
This afternoon "The Almighty Dollar" will be
given, and the engagement closes to-night with
••J'':icts.'
The Sketch Club.
The sale of scuts for the engagement of Diek
son'a sketch Club commences this morning.
The company present oue of the most enjoyable
and unique entertainments of the season.
Close of the Seventh Street Improve
ment Hearing.
After a two days' hearing before Judge Brill,
the matter of giving judgment against the prop
erty holders objecting to the assessment for the
Seventh street improvement was submitted and
taken under advisement by the court, at 5 o'clock
yesterday afternoon.
After the conclusion of the hearing of testi
mony, Mr. Beals, the counsel for the objectors,
made a very able plea, dealing mainly wife the
law points in the case, and from hi- masterly
handling of the case gave his clients strong
hopes that they might win gome
concesmions from the city. The main
points made by the counsel was the claim that
lli i- in- 1 of the legislature had not been conformed
with requiring the laying out of the street from
the wist end to the eastern line of the city; that
the city charter as interpreted by the B'ipreine
court could not carry on two improvements, a
public and a local one, together under a tingle
a-Ac-Miu-iit, while in this case several distinct and
separate' improvements were being made, and
parts <>f improvements, nnder one aseeseraent :
thatseven blocks were left out of the assessment
because located on a gaade no steeper than that
of St. Anthony hill, etc.
city Attorney Murruy followed in a short and
decisively put statement of the factH in the care,
;ui-v..tu.l: the matter of laying out of the street
from tl.e west to the eastern boundaries of the
city, by saying that a subsequent leginlature had
made prtvfou legislation In this particular hiop
crutive, and that HolTnian avenue wax exempted
bemuse of its liability for assessment on the
lower Third titreet improvements. He reviewed
in brie! the legislative history in regard to this
improvement and the action taken by the board
of public works, and held that the latter thor
oughly held water under the license granted the
city under its charter.' He then asserted that no
six mi-11 in this state could have made a fairer
nsyeKyment, from their tuorongh knowledge of
the property involved, than the board of pub
lic Works, citing their knowledge of the city,
singling them out by none and challenging a
word against their well known integrity. Dur
ing nil Hi in hearing not one breath of attack as
to the integrity of their assessment had been
made.
Mr. Murray then criticised the testimony of the,
witnesses of the objector*, that they were not
benefited by this improvement and had not even
wanted the work done, by stating that they had
lie-Id meeting after meeting in the past over on
tin- bluff to bring it about. Ah, but with few
exceptions, none of these witnesses held property
west of the fill, he did not give the same relia
bility to their testimony an he would to that of
disinterested parties.
Dayton's bluff, through lack of enterprise in
the past, had isolated itself from the city like an
1.-liuul. If these improvement* had been made
yean ago Dayton's bluff would bo to-day what
St. Anthony hill now is.
In anower to the claims of the objectors that
the property on Dayton bluff had been assessed
tor this Improvement $60,000 more than it was
worth, he cited the assessment of 5125 made on
Kate street property in the Sixth ward for grad
ing, not worth 8100, which at once brought its
value lip to $500.
l.yinan C. Dayton presented objection* to the
MsaaraMfji, as a side show, not being recognized
by either counsel.
(apt. Joseph Bergcr stated to the Globe rep
resentative that the $404 raised by the objectors
to teal this cose, had all been subscribed by the
small property owner* (earning from $1.50 to 83
pur day wage*) on the bluff, redding from a mile
to a half mile from Seventh street proper, and
that Messrs. WiliuH, Nettleton and Mayall, the
larger property owners, had not given a dollar to
carry on this hearing.
LOCAL wmiOK
This paper is printed with Geo. 11. Morrill &
Co.'s improved perfecting press news ink. It is
also used by all the principal newspapers in the
U. S. and Canada. Western office, 54 and 56
Fraukliu street, Chicago, 111.
Kane Hall •
Omaha vs. St. Paul, to-day, at Seventh street
park- ('.. '.'",;".
To dine healthfully you must use only health
giving articles. Honest statements pronounce
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder the purest and
healthiest in this line of manufacture, and mark
it first as the strongest, cheapest, best. Try It
by the oven test, and see how deliciously palata
ble it makes everything in which it is used.
WrnuM ,V Wheeler,
At 341 Jackson are offering rare bargains in fur
niture, previous to removal to 232 and -*30 Seventh
street, where they will be pleased to meet their
friends after October Ist, with a large block and
increased facilities.
Suuk Center Academy of Individual In
struction.
The above school will resume business on
Monday, Sept. Ist, 1534. No classes. Young
men recite alone in private rooms. Pupils back
ward in their education will find many advant
ages in this school. We have special and
separate accommodation for small boys. We
have erected this summer an ample recreation
hall. For circulars, giving rules and particulars,
address Rbv. D. J. Cocas.
Principal.
P. S.— We refer to the professional and busi
ness men of Sauk Center.
DIED.
COLLINS— At St. Josephs hospital. Saint FaaL
Sv-pt. I -ix Michael Collins, in the 27th year of
his age.
Funeral services at th« Cathedral, Sunday, Sift
instant, at 1 p. m.
STATE OF MINNESOTA. COUNTY OFBAMSEY
—=*. la Probate Coon, special term, Sept. 10,
18*4.
la the ir.v of the estate of Hans SUTenon Slctte,
decrued.
On reading and fillxg the objections of Ilezry E.
lUndall. administrator of said estate to the claim*
of Ed. Cfertstcpbenon for 5230.M: Mrs. Cathartae
Farrcn. C22.C0: and Mrs. C. FarretL SST.S, filed
In this coart am'.nst said estate, and praying tha: a
time and puce be fixed for the hearts? thereof;
It Is ordered, that said claim* aad th« objections
thereto be beard before the jndc* of this cowl, on
the 30th day of September. A. D. I-'^-t. at ten o'clock
a. m.. at tea Probate office. In Saint Paul, la said
county
It U further ordered, that notice thereof be jrtvca
to said claimants by pabiUulas a copy of this order
for two »ucc— slTe weeks, once la each week, la tfce
Dailt i'.lobc a newspaper priated aad published la
Satat Paul, la said county, aad by penonaUjr serrts' ,
oa »'.l said eialmaau reatdlac la said county, •> cc; .
of said order.
By the court.
IL.S-J . TTM. B. SIcGRORTT.
Judge of Frostta
Attest: Fuurx Kosxrr. Jr.. Clerk.
•hIMmM
THE ST. PAUL DAILY GLOBE. SATURDAY MOKJSf ING-, SEPTEMBER 1884.
f9 /fROYAL t SEUflf^fc
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies. A marvel of purity
strength and wholesomenes9. 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 Baking Powder Co.. ISO Wall
street. New York.
REAL ESTATE.
HOUSES
■We are now building and offer for Bale TWO
SNUG WELL-ARRANGED DWELLINGS in
Block 11 Holcomb's addition, fronting onllenne
pin and Yale streets, west of Dale, two blocks
from the street cars ; they will be completed by
September Ist, and offer them on terms that put
them within reach of people of moderate means
who want homes.
We have a nice large house and barn on Mar
shall avenue, "cheap."
We will build you a house FROM YOUR OWN
PLAN, near the New Summit Park, within ten
minutes walk of business.
We have lots for ."ale in Lock wood's addition
for $250, on $5 cash, and monthly payments for
balance.
Lots on Summit avenue that are $400 cheaper
than anything within three blocks of them.
Money to Loan !
We have always on hand, money in large or
small amounts at current rates.
COCHRAS & NEWPORT,
S. W. Cor. Jackson and Filth streets.
WM. G. ROBERTSON,
REAL ESTATE
AND
FINANCIAL AGENT
(Successor to D. A. Robertson & Co.. the oldest
real estate agency in Minnesota.)
No. 7 McQuillan Block cor.Tbinl&Wabasliaw.
HEZEKIAH HALL.
(Established in 1873,)
REAL ESTATE AGENT*
Comer Third & Robert streets, fin Savings Bank,)
ST. PAUL, .MINN.
Buys, Sells, Collects, Pays Taxes, Negotiates
Loans, etc
GRISWOLD & TEEPLE.
Real Estate Loan Brokers,
KO. 63 EAST THIIO STREET
St. Paul. . - Minn
li. W.JOHNSON,
REAL ESTATE AGEST,
MANNHEIMER BLOCK. - - ROOM 11,
St. Paid. - Minn.
FOH SALE.
FOR SALE — Two fine pool tables, for sale at
ItinVc ri M- broth'* pavilliou. Bridge square,
St. Paul. NS-08
UCTION SALE OF GOVERNMENT ANl
inals. There will be Fold at public auc
tion, on Saturday, the 20th instant, at 1 1 a. in.,
at the corner of Third and Cedar streets, st. Paul,
Minn., by P. T. Kavnn»i;h, auctioneer, two (-,')
mule*, ordered Mild as being in excess of the
present requirements.
C. L. BODGES,
lit Lt, & R. tf. M., 25th Infy.,
A. A. q. M.. U. S. A.
Post of Fort Snclling, Minn., Sept. 10, I**;.
261 -«4
CARRIAGES — Two extension top phaton's
and a few top, end-spring?, and Brewcter
sidebars, all the make of Studebaker and fine
work. They will be sold at cost, lull at John
Kellihcr's carriage works, 182 and 194 Wist Third
street. ™ 257*
I7IOR SALE — A good piano, cheap. Can be
. seen at in West Third street. 234»
FOR SALE — A flve-glaes Cunningham carriage
J. or hack, cheap for rash. Inquire at 411
Henneplu avenue, Minneapolis. 216*
IjV)K SALE, or will trade for a horse, a good
llallet i Davit) piano. Call at once if you
moan business. E. S. ALLEN,
SOS* 142 East Third street.
FOR > ALK — One four-horse engine and boiler
. complete, la good order. Inquire at Franklin
Machine shop*, corner of Sixth and Cedar streeUs.
Me*
SICOI. A AVCTIOXS.
AUCTION SALE OF 115 LOTS on Seventh
street and adjoining streets, Dayton's Bluff.
— A. H. Nicolay will sell at auction. Saturday af
ternoon, September •-•Oth, at 3 o'clock, on the
ground, 115 good business and residence lots as
above, in the vicinity of the St. Paul Harvester
Works, St. Paul Plow Works, St. Pauli Dulnth,
St. Paul A- Omaha, and the new Minnesota. St.
Crobc A Wisconsin Central railroads. Now is the
time to buy. When the Seventh street fill is
completed, street car? will run within a short dis
tance of this property: then these lots will sell
for three and four times more than at the pres
ent sale. Terms, only one- fourth cash, balance
can remain on mortgage four to six years, with
seven per cent, interest aided. For maps, band
bills and full articular*, apply to A. H. Nicola t.
Auctioneer and Real Estate Agent: removed to
116 East Fourth street, next to corner Robert,
opposite the new German-American Bank. Free
basses will leave the Merchants hotel on the day
of sale at 2 o'clock p. m.. aid Olivu r £ FarweD's,
corner Fourth. &nd Wabashaw streets, and the
oScc of A 11, Nicolay at the same hour. 253-61
i7M.Va.4I.
LOANS on Life Ins. ' Policies. Commercial
paper and New York Mat as! Endowments
negotiated. L. P. Van Nonaan, No. 245, Ist
Aye. S. Minneapolis.
ACKERS LOAN OFFICE— Notes boucht.
money loaned on furniture, piaaos, horses,
wagons aad personal property at low rate*, with
cot removal. Offices. Room 7, First National bask
building, corner Fourth and Jackson street, Bt.,
Paul, and Room 7, Mackey & Lee: block, corner
of Fourth and NicoUct, Minneapolis. 2U7*
LA !TTO\~BRwL
FOR choice homes, vacant, isaproved or ■ any
other West side property. Don't . forget
that Law ton lira-.. 175 Dakota avenue, is bead
quarters. Call early for bargains. Lawtoa Sros.
255-«4
2.0.5T A.XD ttjr.M). ,-r- ..
TRAYKD OR STOLEN— A red cow. short
tail, fietara to K. O Bnca, 642 Rica sue*;.
FIVE CENTS A LINE
SITU A TIOXS IT A A TED. \
WANTED— Work for rock drilling horse
power for wells or sewer holes. 122
Summit avenue. 11. D. Gatcr. ■ 261*
WANTED— Situation by middle aged lady;
V T where i«he can have her son, elcvan years
of age with her. Address M, 17, Globes office.
260-68
SITUATIONS OFFERED.
WANTED— Teacher for school district No.
17, Hose township, for German aud Eng
lish language. John Welsh, District Clerk.
'__ 202-04
Female*. . ■ !
GIRLs WANTED at 382 Robert street, Mor
y~A chants dining room. . j 364
WANTED— A girl for general housework, 394
t 1 East Tenth tract. ' . 268-69
'ANTED— An experienced dining-room girl
and cook. Apply 483 Waba'bhaw street.
•J:HMi4 ■; i • • ~ :
W ANTED— Gir! for general housework at
No. 227, Iglehart street. Apply at once.
244*.
Males.
WANTED— A first-class shoemaker, at 461
tt St. Peter street. , 264 '
ANTED— A bey by C. Thomas, 43 West
Third street. 261
WANTED Two tinners and one apprentice,
at 226 Western avenue. • 209
BOY WANTED to take cafe of office of Dr.
Merritt, corner Seventh and Jackson.
863-69 ; „,
TV" ANTED— A first-cla?? baker who
T T . understands the business; good wages and
steady situation. Ed. E. Keeley, Fargo, D. T.
263-69 -
'XXf ANTED— Cigarmakers, bunch breakers,
T T and rollers. Highest prices paid. ; Apply
to Whiteman llros., Cij;ur manufactures, corner
Fourth and Pine streets. 160-66
WANTED— Wanted a young man
JL with a capital of four hundred dollars in a
good paying business that will pay from flvo to
eight thou<<»nd dollars per year. Inquire over
American Express office, room No. 7. 258-64
WANTED — A good young man for canvass
T V ing. Can make from $-0 to $30 per
week. Inquire over the American Express
office, room No. 7. ''.'!V '258-64
• for nisxT. i>;
FOX RENT — A fine store and basement on
X? Bridge square. Apply at Rinker & Schroth's
paviluon, • ■ . . 262-68
11OR RENT— barn with 15 stalls, 591 Broad
way. 262-65
FOR RENT — fine store and basement in
the new block at Seven corner*. No. 178
West Seventh street. Large plate glass enow
windows. Apply to J. L. Forepaugh, 183 East
Third street. 258*
STORE — floors and basement m Knauft'g
elegant new block. '< 258-65
IpOR RENT— A residence flat of six nice
rooms at $15 per month ; water and all mod
ern conveniences; over drug store, corner Ohio
and George streets. West M. Paul. Inquire of
P. It. McDonnell. 216«
21 MUM
HOUSE for rent, 420 West Seventh street.'
264*
FOR RENT— A house of 7 rooms. 233 Thomas
street. 264-66 .
TO RENT— From Oct 1, the desirable! house,
No. 214 Arundel street near Daytou avenue.
Nine rooms, modern convenience!", southern ex
posure. Apply to J. W. Bishop, 155 East Fourth
street. ' 264-65' !
FOR RENT— House with seven rooms,'. 232
- West Sixth, between Fort and Oak. 264-65
FOR RENT— A new cottage of five rooms,
water, cellar and all modern conveniences.
Jos. Hung. 309 West Seventh street. 263*
rpo RENT— House comer Summit avenue and
A. Dale street, with or without the large barn.
C. H. Schllck, 89 East Third street. 202-04
Fiiii KENT— First-class dwelling, 13 looms.
No. 114 Summit avenue, formerly occupied
by Reuben Warner. Enquire of owner, 11. D.
Gates, No. It! Summit avenue. E 251*
FOR RENT— A house. Inquire 108 East
Fifth street, up stairs, next door to Tempe
rance House. Suitable for boarding house or
store. 248* j
T7\OK RENT— A cottage hou*e with 9 rooms in
-L thorough repair, at $35 per mouth. Apply
to J. A. hubin, Davidson block. Hl*
FOR — Large house, ten rooms, on
Franklin near Third street; also third
story of buildinx of building 155 West Third
street. J. Kcllcber, 192 West Third street ' 214*
IT^OU RENT— Houses from 90 to *10. » Ju.
Dillou, 235 Commercial btrcet. i suj*
TWO new bouses for rent. C.Casey, 693 Bast
Fourth at( •< 200»
HOUSES FOB NT— Between Twelfth and
XJL Thirteenth etreeU. on Robert, Uri L.
Lamprey. lbl*
1j"»Oit RENT A cottage with four rooms.
-L Pantry and closets, good water and every
convenience. Apply to J. C McCarthy, Sixth
ward. 27U»
Jtonmn.
FOR KENT— One front room with lay win
dow; also, a fide room, with board. Addrcs*
F. 47, Globe office. 2GI-GG
171URNISIIED front rooms, 553 Robert street,
. corner Eleventh. 2G3-C7
TO RENT — One furnished room, 13d E. Fifth
X street. - i'CO-65
To KENT — Large, airy and pleasant famished
-L front room on third floor of the Hardy
block, corner Third and Oak streets. . Inquire
on premises. ' ■ _-. 253-64
fTUIREE famished or unfurnished rooms for
-L rent, at 4 CO Rice street. £54*
I.IOK RENT— Largo front room, first floor,
suitable for one or two persons, 11 Summit
avenue, near Wabasbaw. 25Q*
TT^URNISHEI) rooms for rent— Two very Ele-
X gintly furnished rooms — sitting and bed
rooia*. suitable for two or more young men.
Inquire at ICO West Third street, first floor.
ISO* ."
MISt El.l ASEOVS REAL ESTATE. ~
FOR SALE New house and barn on Rondo
X; street, on terms to unit any purchaser. E.
Incham, 5M A«hla#d avenue. 201*
B. WILGUS A BROTHERS. West St.
• Paul office, 103 Dakota avenue. Houses
and lot; on very easy terms. We have the largest
U?t of West St. Paul property. Yon will save
coney if you tec as before you buy. A. B. Wii
gas & Brothers, 103 Dakota avenue.
All on monthly payment* Four new houses
on Susan street, and two on Isabel street. A. B.
Wi!;;ss & Bros., 103 Dakota avonuo, West Saint
Paul. 2CO-64
READ this and see how ea«y it is to get a
home. We will build you a house to suit
on a payment of $25 down, the balance monthly.
Paul Martin it Co., End of bridge. West side.
256-78
$1,500. will buy one of the best farms in Grant
county, with house of d rooms, house alone
cost $1,200, only one mile from the county seat,
10 acres of the handsomest gtove of trees in the
state, this property must be sold in the next 10
days, Fabviu £ Co.. Third and Jackaoo. 3
T> ARGAINS in West side property. Although
.13 the railroad i.* at work, we are selling lots
at the old figure. Before purchasing elsewhere
stop at our office. Paul Martin £ Co., 91 Dakota
avenue. West «de. 256-75
FOR SALE— following desirable lots: lots
A corner of Pleasant avenue and Sixth street,
2 lots on Rice street, between Iglehart and Tiltoc
street, 10 lots in Irvine's second addition, front
ing on Seventh street, (end of bridge) ; 12 lon
in Irvine's addition to West St. Paul; also a well
e<tabi!»hed paying business. Apply to George
W. Tnrnbull. 343 Exchange street, city. 223*
1r»OR SALE OR EXCHANGE— A choice Una,
Ss fuhy improved and located one mile from a
good town, and will sell cheap. Farweli & Co-,
Third and Jackson streets.
KA TAX A GWS A VCTIOX.
FINE FURNITURE AT AUCTION— I will sell
S} at auction, at my ealestaad, corner of Third
and Cedar streets, on Saturday, Sept. 20th. com
mencing at 10 a. m., a large lot of emit ere.
cocsUueg of one plash lounge and easy chsir,
bedroom *et», 1 wardrobe, Brsssels and ingrain
carpet*, stove*, crockery, glassware, etc., etc
P. T. KAVANAGH,
2*3-64 Auctioneer.
MISCELLANEOUS.
"I\'E>TERN CHIEF. sired by Western Chief
>> ard failed by Gold Dust Maid.
\\ T ANT TO TRADE— good team of horse*. I
1 I wicon and harness, for part payment of a '
lot or tzzis sad lot. Address J. D, X- thi# of- i
tea. SS3-65 I
_ V .. CLOTHIEBB. ' .
We are now placing on our counters the firs,
arrivals of Fall Styles, and call special attention
to Clothing made of the best Imported fabrics,
especially selected and adapted for the fine trade.
Every conceivable style of fashionable goods
will be found on display in our stock. Particu
larly worthy of inspection is our jiew line of
Children's Clothing.
■'"V.. - ■''**'■ ' ■ ■ '•■ J-i!? I ■
: %r'S^ i '■■- ■
ITLER BROS.
91 East Third street.
• '. ' MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.
WEBEET PI ANOS.
Acknowledged by Msts the Best in the World.
fJSl O ll nonesuperiorto the Weber and none that can compete with them
mr curability.— I eresa Carreno.
ihnt Tc\? n n °f the Weber Piano is so sweet, rich and sympathetic, yet so full,
Thnrsby. alwayß rank on as the greatest manufacturer of the Emma
S.J.lebHn' 1108 * XCel others to Tolunie of tone and in power of expression.—
ma Abboft^ D ° FUuxo * in the tTOrld tHat sustain tho ™ice like tho Weber.—
R. C. MTJNGEE. Aeent, St. Paul
SEND FOR CATALOGUES.
.'■.' .' . ; tailoring.; i,^
' FESTE T-AXEjOKEETG-.
ftIIWUIS A ftiftPY EastT|iirdstreet '
lyUllvAil PC MIIIU, St. Paiil, Mian.
FERGUS FAHEY,
MERCHANT TAILOR,
»-._ , ; 58 East Third Street.
W me latest styles of Imported Goods always on hand. Perfect fits guaranteed.
BOOTS AND SHOES
EGOISM, • A_
• lit vjvllLilEilVi StPiPilh
Boots and Sloes, jm
liuuiij aiul OilUuo, ,^^^m
New Styles Daily Received. Jj^SSmß
33l»sliaisw Gil ill. ««|JP' J mT
• WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS?
NO YES, 8808. & CUTLEK,
ffIPOBTEBS 11 11I0IME DfIUGGISTS
'£• tb and 70 Sibley street, corner Fifth, 8L Paul, Minn.
STANDARD SCALE 3.
PAIEBANES' STANDAKD SCALES! ~
Eclipse Wind Mills. Tanks and Pumps
Smith-Vaile Steam Pumps and Boilers,
Hancock Inspirators, Lubricator^ et
FIIRBAMS, MOBSB & CO., - 371 & 373 Sil»ley street
BOOT ABO 8801 DIALBBB.
tefjfß BCHLIEK & CO.
MM SO. 89 EAST THIRD STREET,
Mynsiiliinfs&ta
.■S J!MfILIISBIL St - Paul Agency for BUHT'S, GBAY'S,
!| 9IISS^ REYNOLD'S, and Many Others.
-^-^ a -^lf^__iirr IST Hail l orders promptly filled.
BUSINESS COLLEGE, v '
AND TELEGRAPHIC INSTITUTE
Em kip j'rce tfUVilftediti elate ■to public favor and has now enteicd upon fti J.jth yetraaii
ice most favorable auspices. fccca for caU'agae, giving it.ll particulars. Northwest cor. Sevcntt
•ad Jackson streets.
W. A. FADDIS, Principal.
. DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS. MUSICAL.
/13 /¥L . I | LAURA W. HALL,
"§"g£ : "V H 9s y|L\jl *$' j|j MUSIC ROOMS 103 WESTERN AVENUE,
Ig j II I W Headot Ashland Avenue. St. Anthony ULU
\&S, .9 ** °# t ST. PAUL.
ncoKroRATKD. TEACHER OP
tfu^wnSr 1 OR(i.L\ A.\D HAR3!O.\Y
»\iOll. UUViltf, DLlilU3, THOROUGH INSTRUCTION GUARANTEED.
Molding find Stllir Work Referenceg: Mi«« Makib Ozt«t, Principal or
JlVlUill^a HIM OIUU IFUIIY. Musical Conservatory, No. 127 West Third street.
( St. Paul: also on personal application, reference
Have in Stock to th numerous families whose daughter* she
ftp V WlllTK (1 IE ** taught and is now teacu.ng will be given.
llxl Hill ID W4B • Alto A gen or »Brainards Musical World,'
vmlnn* nrrn tti^iim the oldest and best musical journal pablUhed.
YELLOW rl.ifc FLOOHIS6 Sobacription $1.50 per ar.nam.
Make to Order ' i.^— — — .
OFFICE AXIt BASK WVMMZTVMM. ' ~~~
EAf.LE STREET AND SEVEN CORNERS BRISBIN & FARWELL,
~ pbcg^ LAW OFFICE.
IN NEW QUARTERS. C(rKr -Wl^^ Aml%
P, J. DREIS, " Express OSce.
General Druggist HH "ASFgTCRES
MUtfUMrrmi «» IJAIUWai
Where caa be fo-and the tcest ltd best of Drag* g"PT»T"M TPX7 «* tnrnTffPTl-
Perfsaerr. Toilet Articles. Psteax Medicine*. fiLJillNlNiil 1 OS MUJLIJMiSii
etc Also, all binds o( Garden Md Flower Seed*
Jntteirs^-co. . IIS ud J^ W«t Tfciri ßtrri
PRKSCEIP noiI's ▲SPBCZAI.TT Ottoalte Metx&troUua ßoUt.
BUSINESS HOUSES. '
LEAKS BUMS II
OF
ST. PAUL, - - MINN
ATTORNEYS iHD COUIf SELLORS IT LAW
» Stanford Newel, Attorney at Law, First Nation
. «1 Bank UulldlnK, corner of Fourth and JacksonSM.
96-185 . .
TnoMAsG. Eaton, Rocin 50, Gilflllan block, St.
Paul, Minn.
■- - ■; ARCHITECTS.
E. P. TSassford, Koom 28, Gilfillan block.
H. S. Tbzhxbob, C. E., 10 Gilflllan block.
A. D. llinsdale, Presley block.
A. St. RADCLirr, Mannhelmer block.
J. Walter Stevesson, Davidson block, Rooms
25 & 2e.
ARTISTS' MATERIALS
Sherwood Hough, corner Third and Wabashaw
Stevens & Koseets, 71 East Third street, St.
Paul. • :\
BOORsTybBTATIO^LaY.~
Shekwood llouoh, corner Third end Wabashaw
St. Paul Book&Stationeky C 0. ,127 East Third
CARRiACLS A.\t> SLEIiiHS,
A. Tsirpoi-T, East Sixth street, between Jack I
son and Sibley streets.
_^_
CARPETS ASP WALL PAPER. ~
Joiin SIATUEI9, 17 East Third street.
W. L. Axdeksos. 122 East Third street,
~~*~ DRY COOPS— Wholesaled ~
„ Aueiibacu, Finch & Van Slyke, Sibler streo:
between Fourth and Fifth. '■'-{ ■•;
DRY GOODS— Retail.
Lixdeke. Laud & Co., 13 East Third Street.
GROCERIES— WhoIesaIe,
T. 11. Ke^lt & Co..* 112 to 143 East Third street.
HARDWARE O» TOOLS.
F. G. Draper & Co., 53 East Third street.
JEWELERS ASP VfATCImAKCaS.
Emu. GJ£is>r, 83 East Third street.
LOO&T\C CLASSES^
STKVESS& KoiiKUTSoa, 'SlJiikst Third street, >-..
Paul.
PICTURES ASP FaASES.
Stevens & KOBJiaraox, lliiiatu TliirJ. Btreec, >;.
Paul. . -
fßuiTaAM.as.
Cr.ivPEN- ft Upson. 71 East Third street.
"W. 11. Garland. 41 East Third street.
\VIXES A\a UqUOßS— Wholesale.
B. KtHL & Co., 'Wholesale dealers In liiiuoMj,j
wines, 194 East Third street, St. Paul.
~" ""WHOLESALE MOTIQUB. _
Ar.Tnnt. WAiaiJSJi & abbot* 136 and 133 em:
Third street.
WHOLESALE HARDWARE!
Stroxq, lIACKiiTr 1!; Co., 213 to 219 East Fourth
street. .^:
"i;4|t BRIDGE MATERIAL.
St. Pay! Foundry Co,
KAKtTTACTUREBS OF
CAST m WROUGHT IROJ
Eiiilfti&Bipforf
' Send for cuts of columns. All kinds of cast
big* made on short notice. Works on St. P., M.
&M. R. R., near Como avenue. Office, Fourth
etreet, corner Robert, St. Paul. H. W. TOPPING,
Manager. C. M. PowEU.Secretary and Treasurer
98.
GAS FITTERS.
Mf.JtITV!iAIV fr TOTTBOTM
PLUMBERS,
TINNERS, and
GAS FITTERS,
DEaTBO & VE.\TI!A™<J A SPECIALTY.
Jobbing Promptly Attended To.
Agents idrtteßncteiß Stoves & Ranges
jj I■' The Best in the World.
116 West TiiirdSt, op. Metropolitan Hotel,
f - ST. PAUL, MINX. 180
TAILORING.
File f ailorii,
146 EAST THIRD STREET.
GRATEFUL— COMFORTING.
EPPS'S HI
BJiEAKFAST.
"By a thorough knowledge of the natural laws
Which govern the operations of digestion and nu
trition, and by a careful application of the fine
properties of well-(<elected Cocoa, Mr. Sppi baa
provided our breakfast tables with a delicately
flavored beverage which may save us many heavy
doctor's bills. It is by the judicious use of &uch
articles of diet that a constitution may be gradu
ally built up until strong enough to resist every
tendency of disease. Hundreds of subtle mala
dies are floating around us ready to attack wherev
er there is a weak point, We may escape many a
fatal shaft by keeping onreclvea well fortified
with pure blood and a properly nourinned frame."
Civil Service Gazette.
Made simply with boiling water or milk. Sold
tics only ('/i !b and B>)by Grocers, labeled thus:
TAVPn T'fjDj 9 fin Uomteopathic Chen
JilMo Lira « Uu.. LoasoK biuio
PILES PILES!
A euro for Blind, Bleeding, Itching aDd
Ulcerated Piles, has been discovered by Dr. Wil
ljam, (an Indian remedy; called lin, WILLIAM'S
INDIAN OINTMENT. A single box has cured
the worst-chronic cases of 25 yearn' standing. No
one need suffer live minutes after applying this
wonderful soothing medicine. Lotions and iii
struments do more harm than good. WOliain'a I
GintKent absorbs the tnmon, ailayg the intense j
itching, (particularly at night after getting warm
in bed,) acts as & poultice, gives instant and pain
less relief, and is prepared only for Piles, itching
of the 4rivate parts, and for nothing else. For
eale by ail druggists, and mailed on receipt of
price. SI. KOYES BROS. & CUTLER, Wholesale
Agent, at. Paul, Minn.
ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS & MANITOBA RAILWAY.
FARGO SHORT TL.X7XJC
ONLY ALL KAIL LIKE TO WINNIPEG AND THE BKITISH NORTHWEST.
; --> - : \ £_ TIMETABLE. __
I • LaSTS , Ltnve Mln| Arrival ArrfvnlMia
' j 8t Paa'. I Mapolls. St. Paul. ! ne«poll*.
Brown's Valley, £reckenrldf(e, Wahpeton, Uarnesvills'
•- and Fane | *7^onm' M r .am *7:oopm C.-22pa
Ferjfos raj:«, Moorbead, Fargo, Crookston, St. Vincent:
■aid Winnipeg *6«oami c:4oain •Crispin MOpn
fet. Cloud Accommodation, via Mocticollu &nd Clear
w&ter % '^'J.\,-a 3:ospm *12.-flo m 71:20 ala
Bt. Cloud AccomrnodnUoiL, via Anoka and Elk Kiver.... '-^.Oi/.a i:u juxi 'lOajiia Jo:iUaia
xirtckeiiriCße, Wabp«ton, CaMelton, Hope, Portland,
ilaj >:•:«, Crooknton, v forks, LKsrtl'a La]t<» and .-it.;
Vincent a^iOpm E:o3pai b!72oam C^Saa
Fergus Falls, Mfxirhea»l, Farjfo, Grand Forlc:s Devil'
_ Lake, Lartmore. Necbe ap«l WipmpxHc 1 T^^lQpm t:lopm |7:ooam ! B:2s aia
-Daily. • txcept Sunday*.
a": Uip- m- train on Saturday rnn» only to'Wahpetcn, 1<7:30 a. m. train on Monday runs only from Wall
pgton. '
ST. I»ATJIj & MINNEAPOLIS SHORT luTSTBi.
leave CtPMi]— C-JOam, •;:10air, »T:2«ani. "7 .•:'/< am, "'. A 6 am, •SSJam, * -JO -ra, !>:.TO jim, lOiWam
11:53 arc:. lia^jp m, 1:10 pm, l&Opo:, 220 pm &Mvm, 320 pm, 3:30 pm, 4:'J5 m, 4U>J pai, -&:j.j nn.
tau m. tSO pa, 7^o pa, b^iupm, fciJ-J pm, 11: p in. ii:>cpm.
Le»vc Klaaeapolle— m. 6:30 am, 7*o am. 7:10 am, 7:20 am. 7 30 am, '-Man, 920 am,
10:30 a ni. lliiO an, t11:45, 12s»m. 1205 m, 12:20 pm. 1:1". m, 1:1J in, 2^lo pm,3 JO p in,4:Wp v i,
5 »pm, '5:*5 p m. '6:25 pm, '6:30 p m, *7^opm, *7:55 pm, 8:15 p m, li:ij j> m.
Ail tr&irj dally except an io\h>vt: *DaOy except Sanday, -{except Monday, Juxcept Saturday.
gar* Elegant deeper? om all through trains.
~BfT?AUL— W. A. Turner, City Ticket Az«mt, co* Third and Sibley atreeto; Brown & Kenobol, Ah^ii-,1
tnioa depot.
MiKSEAPOLISi— J. E. Smith, General Ajrent, and H. L. Martla, Ticket Again (Jcloc depot. iirli^e
uun. W. U. Wisaer, A2eU. SJcolist bou4«.
TRAVELERS' GUIDE
St. Paul Rail-way Time Ta"ble«.
~ CHICAGO,
St.Panl.lifiapls&ODia&a
AND
Chicago 4 litestGi
RAILWAYS.
THE BOYAL ROUTE,
EAST, SOUTH AND WEST
DXPAXTXSQ '1-KAiia. ! Leave | Leavi
Minneapolis j St. Paul.
Dcs llolnci fast Express. . . 7:45 »m j 4 7:00 a
Fast Chicago Expreaj •B:lspm 'SiOOpai
Fast Atlantic Ex "I:lspm *2:oopm
Sioux CSlouxF.&Plpest'nc f7:4sam -7:0 i;n
Shakopee and Men-lam Jet. | •€:3oam! "7:05 a
Omaha and Kansas City — «4 :55 p m «8 :50 m
Chicago Local Express 17 SO am 18:05 aia
Central ■\VlsconßlnExpres3.. f7:3Oam 18:05 am
Shakopee and Merriam Jet. *C:Sopm : *4:05? m
iLake Superior Express . . f?:80am 8:30a 0
Stillwaterand River Falls.. ; +9:30 am ' 10:05 a a
Still water and River Falls.. |4:3opm •{s:ospia
St. Panl & Pierre Ex ' *12:05nl8ht »U:3opn7
Dining Cars the finest in the world and luxurloiU
Smoking Room Sleepers on all fast trains to Chicago.
AKEIVING TUAISi. , _ AT 1 [ ™ „, ArrlV9 .,
I St. Paul. Minneapolis
St. Paul & Pierre Ex *3:ooam *2:3oani
Cliicai<oUay "Express *12:57 am '6:45 artt
llerriam Jet. and Shakopee. "12:30 pm »l:00pm
Chicago Night Express *::oUpm| '1:45
Sioux F.*Pipest'ne 18:25 p m {7:55 pm
Omaha and Kansas City. .. 12:45 pm •12:15 pm
tLake Superior Express | 16:05 pm •ftj;-18p nt
Merriam Jet. and Shakopeo *B:lspm "9:oupm
Chicago Local Express 15:25pm 6:sß p. at
Central Wisconsin Express. 15:25 m -'6:53 p ra
River Falls 19:25 aml 19:58 am
River Falls 15:23 in 15:5Spai
Molnea Fast Express... fS: 25 pm] f7. p -ti
•Dally, 1 Except Sundays » trains to Stlliwater.
{Lake Superior Express connects at Wiuhbura
with steamers of Lake Superior Transit Co. fur tna
east.
83?-Tickcts, sleeping car accommodations. and-*i*
Jnfonnation can be secured at
Jso. 18 Nicollet House block, Minneapolis,
w: ... \w. ,.;-.:. , Ticket Agent
11. L. MARTIN, Agent. Minneapolis Depot.
Corner Third and Jackson streets. St. Paul,
CHAS. H. PETSCH, City Ticket Agonfc
KNEBEL & Br.OWJf, Agenu. St. Paul Union DepoS
NORTHERS PACIFIC E. R.,
THE NEW
" Overland Route !"
THE ONLY LINE TO
Portland. Ore., and tlio Pacific IVorfhw^sf.
The "Pioneer I,{tie" befirp*n St. Paul,
Minneapolis, Moorheud and Fargo, and
ONLiY Line running nitty Cars <*'*^
Pullman Sleepers between those points.
' . Leave
Departing Trains. j I>eave Minneap.
| St. Paul. oils.
Pacific expreß3 *4Ki;'spni •4:4spic
Fargo day express j7:"ij a TH:-;~> a ra
Fargo Fast Express '4:05 p m "4:45 pui
Fargo and Mandan night ex *S:OU p m *B:4<J ptn
DiniDg cars.Pullman sleepers, elegant day coaches,
pocoud- class coaches, and emigrant sleeping oars
between St. Paul, Minneapolis, Far^o, Dak.: an!
Portland, Ore., without change. Horton reolinlns
chair cars on Fargo day express, without extra chargfl
for ladles, \>r gentlemen accompanied by ladies nolJ«
lug nrst-cUus tickets.
I Arrive
Minneap- Arrive
olis. St. rant.
Atlantic express. *ll:30 am *12:30pm
Fargo day express i«:'Jopm U:55 P ;I1
Fargo Fast Express '11:50 am •12:30pm
FarKO and Mar.dan night ex *7:IU a m "7:50 am
♦JJaily. f J^ccept Sunday.
City office. St. Paul, 323 (old Xo.4.Ti Jaeksons'raat.
City office, MiniießpoUß, No. 10 Nicollet housa.
CHAS. 3. FEE,
General Passenger Agent.
CHICAGO.
Milwaukee & St. Paul R'y.
THE FAST -MAIL LINK.
Pullman Sleepers with Smoklnz Kooms. »nd tha
liiit-bt Dining Cars in the world are ran on all
.Mum Line trains to and from Chi- •
cago and Milwaukee.
. DEJ'AKTI.NO XBAUra. ,„ Leave L«"HTB
Minneapolis. Bt. Paul.
La Crosse, Uubuque and
St. Louis Ex B 5:10 a. m. B 5:13 a. m.
Prairie mi Chicn, Mil.,
and Chicago Ex B 8:20 a.m. I! B:80 a. in.
Calniarand Davenport Ex I; 8-20 a. m. B 8:30 a. in.
Mason City, Albia and . '
Kansas City Ex 15 8:20 a. m. B S:^o a. m.
Pickering and Council
Bluffs Ex P. 8:20 a.m. H 8:30 a. m.
Mtlbank ft Fargo Ex ... 15 8:40 a.m. B B :00 a.m.
Milwaukee and Chicago
Fast Ex A 1 : 15 p. in. A 2:00 p. in.
Mason City, All>la and
Kansas City Ex 4:30 p.m. B 4:30 p.m.
Dea Moines and Council
ItluiTs Ex I". 4:30 p.m. II 4:30 p.m.
La Crosso Passenger 15 1:30 p.m. II 6:05 p.m.
Aberdeen* Mitchell Ex: A 4:50 p.m. A 4:00 p.m.
Ortonvllle and Fargo Ex. A 8:1U p. m. A ~-/M p. in.
Milwaukee and Chicago
Fast Ex A 8:15 p. m. .' 9:00 p.m.
AluilYlxa tuai:;3. Arrive Arrive
Et. Paul. lllimeui.olli
Chicago and Milwaukee
Fast Ex .V 6:00 a.m. A 6:45 aim.
Fargo anil Ortonvllle Ex A 8:30 a." m. A 7:50 i. m,
Davenport &< a mar Es 1! I0:S5 a. m. B 10:45 a. in.
Kansas City, Albla and
.Mason City Ex It 10:35 a. in. I! 10:43 a. in.
Council Bluffs and Dua
Mi Incs 15 10:33 a. m. I! 10:15 ■■.. m.
Mitchell &, Aberdeen Ex A 12:30 p. m. A 11:80 a. in.
Chicago and Milwaukee
Fast Ex A 1:00 p.m. A 1:45 p.m.
Fast Mall and La Crojb«
Ex 15 3:25p.iu. it 4:00 p.m.
Chicago, Milwaukee and
Prairie dii I tilen Ex . It 6:42 p. m. B 6:50 p, m.
Kan as City, Albla ana
Mason City Ex B 6:42 p.m. B 6:50 p. m.
Council Bltiffi . I'luk
erlng I! 6:42 p. m. B 6:50 p. m.
Fargo A: MllbanV Kx... B 8:45 p.m. it 7:45 p.m.
St. Louis, Dubnquc and
La Cro Xx It 9:10 p. m. B 9:45 p.m.
A means Dally. Is Except Sunday.
Additional trains iietwecn St. Pan! ami Mlnneapo
Us via "Short Line leave both cities hourly; fur par.
tlculars ice Short Line timetables.
Et. Paul— Chat. Thompson, City Ticket Aprnf, 1 f .3
East Third streec. Browi bEnebela Tlckut, Agtntab
1 Dion Dcpoc
Minneapolis— G. L. Scott, City Ticket Agent, •-1
Klcolletllouso- A. ii- Chamlierlaln, Ticket AgeuC,
l»epot.
'MINNEAPOLIS & BT. LOUIS RAILWAY. "
ALBERT LEA ROUTE.
~" iLe. St. Paul Ar. St. Pad
Chicago Express | «7;00 :i I '8:03 ma
DesMolm ■ A Kansas City Ex. *7:oua 'B:osam
Bt. Louis "Through" proas I 12:50 pm (12:20 pm
DfuMolnesit KausasClty Ex. j 12:50 pml ]12)20pm
Excelsior and Winthrop. . .. "8:80 •12:20 pm
Chicago ?Tu«t". . re»». ... | c 6:20 ml d 7:45 am
c daily, 'dally except Sundays, f dally except Sot*
urday, : daily except Monday. Ticket office St. ml
corner third and Slhley streets. E. A. Wbitaker, CUJ
Ilcktt and Passenger Agent, and Union Depot.
S. F. I'.OYD,
CereiaJTlckct and Passenger Agent, -Minn'.-.;!*
Ttotßcal ant Masansrafle
EMPORIUJ,
10 West Third street, St. Paul*
Irespectfnlly invite the attention of ladles and
gentlemen to my lar;re. most complete and ele
gant stock *of new ilasqueraile Costumes, for
bells, partieH, theatrical performances, old £o!k»*
concerts, tableau?, &c.
Masks at wholeuale.
Country parties, Bend for list and price*.
i . J .OJJ.SJ^N.

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