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The committee on claims failed to get a
The committee on police will hold a meet
ing at 7 :30 o'clock to-morrow evening. •
It is now the style to go out on the
promenade with an autumn leaf in the right
There will be a special and important
meeting of the board of education to-morrow
A new matting was placed upon the floor
of the clerical department in the county
treasurer's office yesterday.
Henry Muller, a fine looking lad of seven
teen years of age, was adjudged iusane in
the probate court yesterday, and sent to St.
A young woman was brought over from
the Sixth ward at 11:30 last evening in the
patrol wagon in a shameful state of intoxi
. G. V. Bacon's subdivision of lots 11 and
12, of Buell & Mackubin's outlots, contain
ing sixty lots, was examined and approved
Dr. Frey'9 drug store, in the Welz block,
corner Westminster street and Lafayette
avenue, will be opened for business to-mor
Chief Black denies that the water gave out
at the hydrant at Saturday morning's lire,
but states that in order to get two streams on
the fire he had to lay 3,750 feet of hose.
When fire was discovered at the county
jail building yesterday, the way the record
books of the county auditor's office were
rushed into the vault was a caution to slow
The St. Paul Gospel and Temperance
union, Hon. J. B. Brisbin president, meets
at the Jackson street Methodtst church at
three o'clock this afternoon to complete its
organization. ".".. - !
■ The temperance meeting at the Jackson
street M. E. church this afternoon will be
addressed by the Hon. J. B. Brisbin, presi
dent of the Christian Temperance union,
W. D. Ladd, and others.
The state auditor's clerical force got moved
back into their old quarters at the state capi
ta! yesterday, and the clerical force of the
secretary of state department hope to get
similarly settled by Tuesday.
A drunk and disorderly negro named
Robeson, who was making a riotous,
drunken disturbance at the corner of Sixth
and Wabashaw streets early last evening,
was promptly pigeon holed at the city hall.
Detective Walsh, of the Northern Pacific
Railroad company, returned from the north
last night, having arrested and jailed a half
dozen confidence men, who have been
"working" the northern extension of the
Fire Commissioner E. 11. Schliek on yes
terday received a splendid photograph of his
6tore, Fourth and Wabashaw, showing the
line manner in which it was decorated at the
time of the recent German national con
, j Andruw E.Johnson, of the firm of Kellogg,
Johnson & Co M was at the residence of State
Treasurer Chas. Kittleson, 318 Sumner
street, on Friday night, and knew nothing of
the burning of bis factory until be read it in
the morning papers.
Mahler & Thompson, the jobbing firm
that became financially embarrassed a few
weeks ago, have made a satisfactory agree
ment with all their creditors, and the. busi
ness will be continued under the name of
J. If. Mahler, agents.
Mary Pry was granted a divorce from
James D. Pry for desertion, in the special
term of the district court yesterday, and
Judge Brill took the similar c.ise of Cornelius
Williams asking divorce from Mary R. Will
lams under advisement.
The entertainment given by the German
society, last Sunday/ for the benefit of Albert
Glaetzner, netted between $300 and $400.
In view of the untimely death of Mr Glaetz
ner, lust week, the money came as a merci
ful messenger to the alllictcd family.
The shoe factory fire on Saturday morning
destroyed considerable fencVne on Yon Miu
deu street, forty feet of waich fronted the
residence of Messenger Ed. Hannatn, of the
state eapitol. A man named Oula, a tenant
in this house, was the lirst to discover the
By the order of Acting. Postmaster Gen
eral Hatton, on and a'/ter October 1, all
postolllccs of the first clr^s shall keep open
until 6 o'clock p. m. for the issue and pay
ment of money orders, for the receipt of
matter intended for registration and de
livery of registered matter.
Mrs. Col. Allen received a copy of ac in
vitation yesterday extended by Rev. Father
Carroll, of New York, to Col. Allen and the
Sitting Bull party, to attend the services
this morning at Vac college of St. Frauds
Xavier. . Fifteen seats have been reserved
for the party and they will attend In a body.
Extra arrangements are being made for a
grand rally to-morrow evening of the Fourth
ward Cleveland and Hcndricks and Merri
man club. The mooting which will be held
at Gclderman's store, University and Far
rington avenues, will be addressed by Gen.
Johnson, president of the club, Normandin
and others. A big tf me is expected.
Harry Youne, the industrious commis
sioner of immigration, has his bete noir.
Born* prankish inmate of the capitol watches"
until he goes out off his room for a moment
and slips in and writes in one of Harry's
scratch books, "Why should America he the
dumping ground of Europe " It grieves the
zealous commissioner to think that anyone
should value his effort to "dump" settlers on
our prairies so lightly.
E. n. Bly, Bismarck, is at the Merchants.
Chas. G. Weir, Cheyenne, is at the Mer
Geo. M. Sargent, Chicago, is at the Metro
J.H. Parsons, Tfcvlls Lake, is at the Mer
David Bronson^.Stillwater, was in the city
Dr. Morris R. Todd, Spring Valley, is at
J. E. Kern and wife, Paris, Ky., are at the
G. B. Vandervaort, of Philadelphia, is at
Oliver Gibbs,. Jr., Lake City, was in St
D. L. Wilbur. Jamestown, was at the Mer
?b:uiN yesterdaj \
P. Hallcnbaclc, Wlnona, was at the Mer
ihantl yesterda v.
Hon. MaiCW Johnson, Atwatcr, was in
the city yestcrilay.
J. P. Bray and wife, Grand Forks.are stop
ping at the W| ndsor.
A. S. Carter, wife and sister, Montana,
are at the Merchant*.
Lieut. F. K. Ward and family, U. S.*armT,
are at the Merchants.
James C- Dobbs, of New York, is regis
tered at the Clarendon.
Victor Btrggen of Duluth called on friends
at tho state bouse yesterday.
F. H. Schuyler. of New York, is among
the quests at the Clarendon.
W. B. Farrar, of the Western Electric
works, Chicago, is in the city.
Wtu. Cox, Dulutb, and W. G. Conrad
Montana, are at the Merchants.
EL. BonncrandT. G. Hathaway, Mon
tana, were at the Metropolitan yesterday.
t E. W. llrice and wife have returned from
their wedding tour and are boardiuir at the
'W. T. Hanson of Chicago, a prominent
dealer in western lands, called at the itate
E. St. John. Marine, and Mrs. Geo. Wood
ward and party, Portland, Oregon, were at
the Merchauts yesterday.
j. W. H. Colemar, paymaster of the St. Paul
& Duluth railroad, ha» returned to the cttv
from the lakes, -and is stopping at the Clar
endou. , * * "
Judge R. R. kelson, of the United States
circuit court,.^turned to the , " ( city yesterday
from an absence of several months In the
AT CHICAGO. ■
[Special Telegram to the Globe. |
Chicago, Sept. — 11. B. Kellogg, . Min
neapolis, is at the Palmer.
H. C. Mead, St. Paul, John Long, Minne
apolis, and Mrs. H. S. French, of St. Paul,'
are registered at the Sherman.
Hon. Win. S. King, of Minneapolis, is
stopping at the Grand Pacific.
At the Grand Pacific: Edward Kofler, St.
Paul; H. S. Wine, Bayfield; Mrs. W. 11.
Land and Miss Land, Wiuona.
Nathan Ford, St. Paul, is a guest at the
S. H. Emery, of Chippewa Falls, is among
the arrivals at the Tremont.
Northwesterners at the Tremont: G. J.
Miller and wife and Miss May Spencer, St.
Paul; Geo. B.Shaw, Eau Claire: H. H. Hun
ter and Wm. M. Mayford, Hudson; J. S.
Hoge, Minneapolis; T. B. Burleigh, Miles
City; C. C. Cluff, Fargo; Capt. C. A. Curtis,
U. S. A., Faribault.
THREE OF A KIND
Beat Two Pair After the Marnier of
the Ungodly. <
The Cranks Rather Work Out Their Fines
Than Replenish the Cash
"There they are ; see? A monkey with
green eyes and big teeth; look at 'em: two
yellow dogs — will eat me; take them
away, ugh — " and a strong man fell back in
his cell with a wild shriek and a pitiful groan.
The man was Mike Johnson, and he was la
boring under an attack of the disorder com
monly known as the jim-jams.
The scene above described took place in
his cell at. city ball about two o'clock yester
day morning. lie was arraigned with the
rest of the prisoners at 9 o'clock, and he pre
sented a horrible and abject appearance.
The poor wretch had been on a terrible de
bauch, and while crazy drunk he stole a
watch from a mechanic at work on the bank
building at Fourth and Robert street.
When put in his cell he acted like a maniac
stripping all of his clothing off. He shook
like a leaf yesterday and was sentenced to
Thomas Hinsek, another crank, acted in
almost a similar manner. He went into a
saloon on Seventh street armed with a razor
and two guns, and he made a play at the bar
keeper. The latter did not wait on the order
of his going, but he went for a copper. Offi
cer Schweitzer cam« along and ran the crank
in, just as he was about to use one of his re
volvers. When locked up he disrobed him
self and acted like a crank generally. Yes
terday he played the crazy act, refusing to
say a word. The hearing was continued to
A genteel looking man named Squires was
arraigned on the charge of stealing a basket
of grapes. He resides in Minneapolis, and
while waiting for a train at the Union depot
he nailed the fruit from a passenger. When
arrested he said he wanted to present them
to his wife. Yesterday he said that a man
named Johnson had told him to watch the
grapes, and that the latter had not come
back. He got $50 or sixty days.
James McCailery went into a saloon Friday
night and asked a stranger tor a chew of to
bacco. The latter said he didn't chew, when
Mack said he guessed he would have to whip
him. About this time the barkeeper came
along and made him walk Spanish to the
street, where a copper grabbed him. Yester
day he was sentenced to ten days.
W. Beecher and an old reprobate named
Theo. Hund wsre up on the charge of dis
orderly. They had a row at the cannery
or the sign of the one quart joint on Eagle
street Friday nieht, and I fund made a
beastly overture to Beecher when the latter
whipped him. The testimony was unfit for
publication. Hund was sent up for twenty
and the other man for five days.
' IHmlrict Court.
(Before Judge Brill.)
In the matter of the assignment of the St.
Paul Harvester works; continued two weeks.
C. G. Schmidt vs. August Lehman n; con
tinued four weeks.
Emilic Rauhutvs. Gustav liauhut; stricken
Caroline Haeusler vs. John Haeusler; con
Rudolph SchiiTman, assignee, etc., vs. D.
Ramaley i-tal.; submitted,
Nils Norslin vs. James Carroll; con
In the matter of the insolvency of Mahler
& Thompson ; continued.
Louise Hohmann vs. John Hohmann;
In re assignment of Orseneau Merseund;
Re assignment of James M. Smith & Co.;
debtor ordered to appear and submit to ex
amination before Mr. Uubbell.
Lewis Carle vs. School District No. 3; no
appearance and stricken oil.
H. 11. Herbert vs. Nicholas E. Cody and
A. long, Jr., garnishee; disclosure taken,
garnishec denies indebtedness; plaintiff
gives notice that he will tile supplemental
A. K. Barnum et al. vs. the Minnesota
Transfer Railway company; continued.
Geo. S. Nace vs. L. C. Field et id. ; beard
and denied; five days to answer.
Halleck «fc Howard vs. F. F. Griffin and
Northern Pacific Railway company, gar
nishee; garnisbee appears, discloses and
wishes to be discharged ; submitted.
Andrew Buckholtz, vs. Wm. Christolph et
al. ; continued. \
The New England Mortgage Security com
pany vs. Ole O. Rue, Jr. : submitted.
In the matter of the assignment of J. De
In receivership of Israel Natelsky; heard
In the matter of the Insolvency of J. M.
Smith «fc Co. ; heard and granted.
In he matter of the insolvency of J. M.
Smith iV: Co. ; debtor ordered to appear and
submit to examination before Mr. Hubbcll.
Cornelius Williams vs. Mary R. Williams;
heard and taken under advisement.
Mary Pry vs. James D. Pry; heard and
In the matter of the petition of Kate
McKinney for payment of certain money;
Northwestern Fuel company vs. Charles
Schciir; continued. -
Re-asigumentof Smith & George; contin
Stevenson vs. Lotz and Hajjer & Co., par
nishec: proceedings dismissed and case dis*
The State of Minnesota vs. Francis Jack
son and Henry. Battles; action for $1,200
damages, alleced to have been suffered - by
plaintiff from defendant's cutting and dis
posing of wood from certain school land,
viz.: section 27, township 134, range 53
The State of Minnesota vs. C. H. Douglas;
action for J2,563.25 damages, alleged to
have been suffered by plaintiff from defend
ant's cutting and disyosintr of logs on the
following property belonging to the state:
section 16, township 49, range 21 west.
| By Judge Simons. |
The Bohn Manufacturing company ts.
Ernest R. Immscber, John B. Olivier and
the Minnesota & Pacific Railroad company;
judgment in favor of plaintiff in the sum of
$185.25, together with the coats and disburse
ments of the action.
Probate Court. .
[Before Jud;e McGrorty.|
Guardianship of H. B. Brookris, minor:
license granted 10 sell real estate.
Insanity of Henry Miller; examined and
Before Judge Burr, i
M. Johnson and H. Squire*, lares ny;
sixty days each.
W. B^echer acd P. Duffy, disorderly; five
days each. * . . •
Theo. Hand, same; twenty days. ,
Thus. Hunsek; assault, etc.: continued to
October 3. '
Jas. McCaffcry, disorderly; ten days.
F. Johnson, aisiult; continued to the
, D. Ceska, disorderly; continued to the
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?THE ST. PAUL SUNDAY ULOBB. SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 28, 1884.
Sunday School Union arid Tract Socie
;v ties of the Methodist Episcopal
Church of St, Paul, Satur
-7 day and Sunday, Octo
ber 4, and 5.
SATURDAY— FOCKTH OF OCTOBER.
Bp. in. In the Jackson street church —
Addresses by Dr. F. J. Wagner, of .' Minne
apolis, and Dr. J. H. Vincent, of New York.
Bp. m. In the Jackson street- church—
Addresses by Dr. J. M. Freeman.' of New
York, and Dr. J. W. Miller, of Philadelphia.
SUNDAY FIFTH OF OCTOBER.
Bp. m. In the Grand Opera bouse — An
niversary of the Sunday School union of the
Methodist Episcopal church. Addresses by
Dr. J.H . Vincent, Dr. J. W. Miller, Dr. J.
M. Freeman and Dr. A. C. George, of Chi
7:30 p. m. In the First Methodist church
— Anniversary of the Tract society of the
Methodist Episcopal church. Addresses by
Drs. Freeman, Miller and Vincent and Dr.
A. C. George, of Chicago.'
MONDAY — SIXTH OF OCTOBER.
10 a. m. In the Jackson street church —
Conference on "the needs of the northwest
which the Sunday School union and Tract
societies may aid in relieving."
The Ramsey County Teacher's association
met yesterday afternoon' at Superintendent
Blake's office at 2 o'clock. Mr. Blake was
made chairman pro tern. Miss Mary C. Mc-
Coy was elected president; Mr. L. Meyers
vice president; Miss Maggie Butler, secre
tary. A committee consisting of Mr. Brew
ster, Mr. Meyers and Miss M. St. Cyr, was
appointed j to arrange a programme for the
next meeting which is to be held the last
Saturday of October. The committee re
ported the following programmee: i
First. • Music— charge of J Miss Moss
burger.-- ■'■■■• ■ . ' "■-'-. .'-i
Second. Opening — County Su
i Third. Exercises in Drawing— B.
Fourth. Methods of Teaching Grammar —
Mr: L. W. Meyer.
Fifth. General discussion of corporal
Six. Question box.
Furniture and carpets will be sold cheap this
week. See Kavanagh's sal^j in want column.
, . Notice.
Our store will be closed to-morrow on account
of the holidays. We will be open as usual on
Tuesday. Nathan Lyons & Co.
Wait for the great auction sale, dry goods and
clothing, Novelty store, No. 27 and 29 West
Third street. ;:-;/; . *"' "■ '■'-?'
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
Franklin street, Chicago, 111.
A very nice lot of household furniture, car
pets, etc., will be sold by auction on Fourteenth
street next Wednesday at 10 o'clock.
. White Beaver (Dr. Frank Powell) left for La-
Crosse last night. He will return on Oct. 7th.
Dr. Alex. McDonald will attend to White Beaver's
patients here until that time.
Chimney sweep, P. Madison ; office No. 64
East Seventh street.
Wait for the great auction sale, dry goods and
clothing, Novelty store, No. 27 and 29 West
Third street. . •
Evening classes commence on Monday evening
Sept. 29, at the St. Paul Business College, corner
Seventh and Jackson. Book-keeping, Penman
ship, Shorthand, etc. Start at the commence
Kyoiiliifj >< lux. if.
Those desiring instruction in Bookkeeping,
Short Hand, Telegraphy, Penmanship, Arithme
tic and other English Branches will find reliable
teachers and complete facilities at the Curtlss
Business College, corner Third and Wabashaw
street*. Evening sessions begin Monday, Sep
Kavanach will sell a very large lot of f unii
tnre in various parts of the city this week, see
-___ ." '
Secure your seat* at onco for. Y. M. C. A. Lec
ture and Concert. ' — Joseph Cook. Mar
ket Hall, Thursday. October 2d. Gough, Bur
dctte, Tour-, i-, Chicago Madrigal Club and Ked
path Lyceum Concert Co.. with reserved Mat,
$3: on gale at Nathan Ford's, 90 East Third
street, St. Paul Bonk and Stationery Co.'s, Gco.
H. Whiteliornes, 350 Jackson street, and Y. M.
C. A. Koonis opposite po^toillce. Diagram of
beats at Ford's only till Monday.
Fernalcl & Wheeler,
At 341 Jackson arc offering rare bargains in fur
niture, previous to removal to 232 and 230 Seventh I
street, where they will be pleased to meet their
friends after October Ist, with a large stock and
increased facilities. .•„■ ..-;
.The Acme Kindler Is a household necessity.
The cheapest and safest way to start all fires.
Ask your grocer for the Acme (trade mark.)
1 This powder never varies. A marvel of purity
strength and wholem>mene*«. More economical
than the ordinary kind*, and cannot be sold in
competition with the multitudes of low test, short
weight, alum or ■ phosphate powders. gold only
in can*. I'.otju. Ba^sxo PowdekCo.. 198 Will
street. Sew Yorfc.
Crrr Clerk's Omci, )
Saxst Paul, September 24, 1884. f
Sealed proposals endorsed "proposals for Par
ins:," will be received at this office, until Tues
day, the 7th day of October. A. D. 1854, at 3
o'clock p. a., for
Triangular Strip of Ground
Lying south of Grove, east of Broadway and
Ma] of Mississippi street*.
Work to be dor<e in accordance with plans tad
specif c*:xms therefor on £le in the office of the
A bond ia twenty per cert, of the aggregate
amount of the proposal , most accompany the
The Common Council reserves the right to re
ject any and all proposal*.
' By order cf Common COSBCiI.
THOs. A. PSEXDZBGAST.
2C9-7S - CUT Clerk.
WHITMAN, FRYE& CO
Wish to call special attention this week to their
BLACK AND COLORED,
CUT AND UNCUT,
BROCADED AND PLAIN
Which have arrived during the past week.
Black Gros Grain and Cashmere
Of all the popular and best manufacture, both
foreign and American, including the Bonnet,
Guinet, Cashmere Alexandre, Giraud, Cutlers &
Simon's, of the various grades.
We are particularly offering bargains in Guinet
Silks from $2.00 upwards. In our Dress Goods
Department we are showing the latest and
choicest Novelties, as well as the staple goods of
all kinds in
Black and Colored Cashmeres
We keep the very best as well as the cheaper
Look through pur Cloak Department. We
take special pride in showing customers through
this department, The line of garments we show
are far superior and are greater in variety than
have ever been presented to select from in this
city. In Cloth garments we have all the latest
novelties in tight-fitting as well as the staples in
Circulars, Dolmans, Paletots and Ulsters. We
have everything in Plush Sacques and Dolmans
from $15.00 to $150.00. We show the finest
Plush Sacque ever made. Come and see it.
We have made new additions to our Table Linen Depart
ment. Very choice and new designs.
We are showing bargains in Ladies' and Children's Under
wear arid Hosiery, also the celebrated New Britain Gents,
Ladies' and Children's Seamless Underwear at very low prices.
Call for our 500 Ladies' Underwear, as good as can be had for 75c
anywhere. Those in starch of Bed or w hite Flannels should see
our Dodge, Davis & Co.'s Flannels before buying.
We Cordially Solicit Inspection of Goods.
WHITMAN, FRTB & CO.,
No. 131 E. Third St., Bet. Robert & Jackson Sts.,
AGENTS FOR BUTTEEICK'S PATTEBNS.
BOOTS AXD SIIOES.
Sells the best Shoe for
the money in the
Remember his S3 Calf
Shoe for Men in two
styles. This shoe is not
sold for less than $4.50
by any Shoe Dealer in
We shall offer Men's
Calf Boots for $2.50 the
coming week. This Boot
is not sold for less than
$3.50 by any Dealers.
386 Wabashaw Street
384 Wabashaw Street.
ice now offered, and in addition to the
low prices on these goods I will put in
free of cost one of
With each Dress Pattern sold. These
waists are nicply made and guaranteed
to ill, are made of the best Selicia.
334 Wabashaw Street.
DIAMOND JO LINE OF STEAMERS
For Wlnona, L* Croe*c. Dabnqne, Rock Island,
Bnriington, Keoknk, Qnlncj", and
All Intermediate Point* to *
Steamer- of this Line, and this Line only, ran
Throngh from St. Panl Dock. This is not a
part rail line, with midnight transfer
from car to boat.
The elegant, popular and fast electric light pai-
O. W. MOORE, Clerk." *' *"-*^
Wednesday, October Ist, at 10 L I.
Most enjoyable route South. East or West.
View the famed MiesUcippi scenery. Kb beat or
dnst. Through ticket* to all river and interior
A. G. LONG, Agent.
Dock, opposite Union Depot.
City Office, St. Pact, cor. Third and Jackson.
Minneapolis Office, 10 Washington arecae &oath.
> '■- ' : ' fINSTITUTE.
9^rw^S9^Sldß EbUMMmil in 1872 forth* csw
EJJHIHot Cancer. Tumors, Ulcers,
■BUSsaSaflßi Scrofula, axd Skia Disease,
wittooaitnesMof tail* or loss of blood and little
pair- 1 Far icformaaon. circular* and rrit- resets,
•dam* in. jr. ju XOSV. Avast, £&r,9 Co., in.
_________________ CLOTHIEBS. "
■•• ■ ' : ■■ ■ •:-•■;._■-• .■■; • ,/■ .. - • *9
91 East Third Street,
Ciders M Gents' Firiiste !
An unusually complete and choice stock ol
Fall and Winter Clothing is now in and we
guarantee lower prices, better fits and more sat*
isfactory materials than can be found in any
Clothing store west of Chicago.
Many ndbby and correct things are to be
found in our stock, and we cordially invite a
careful inspection from everybody.
r ITLER BROS,
ONE-PRICE CLOTHIERS, - ■ 91 East flirt Street, ST PAUL
- ■ MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. •
Acknowledged by Artists the Best in the World.
fnJi? T/!^ noaesn P oriorto the Weber and none that can compete with them'
lor durability.— -| eresa Carreno.
'«,»?¥ -hi? °f the Wel) er Piano is so sweet, rich and sympathetic, yet so fall,
Thur b aySr you as the greatest manufacturer of the Emma
S. > L < ieb!in >iailoS CXCeI *" otUers fa Tolunie of tone and in power of expression.-^
T * t^ ?J c no Pianos in the world that sustain the voice lika the Weber.—Em
R. C. MTJISJ-Q-ER. Parent, St. Paul
SEND FOR CATALOGUES. •
• — — ■— — ■ , i i
_ frK • 58 East Third Street.
•* The latest styles of Imported Goods always on hand. Perfect fits guaranteed.
.^^ _ _^__ . -■'' : - ; . .-• . . j
- ' BOOTS AND SHOES
Boots ni Sloes, JB
Sew Styles Daily Received.
331faMa¥stfggf Un iti^&P m
••• wholesale DRUGGISTS;
3STOYJES, BROS. & CUTX_3E_R,
importers iii ffIOLESALE mm
66 ana 70 Siblcy street, corner Fifth, St. Paul, Minn.
~\ FAIEBANES' STANDAEFsCALES! '
Eclipse Wind Mills. Tanks and Pumps,
Smith- Steam Pumps and Boilers,
Hancock Inspirators, Lubricator., et
FiIRBAMS, MORSE & CO., ■ 371 & 373 Sibley street
™— ~—^ ——^
SOOT Aim UUOB DSAUSao.'
schliejei: & co..
NO. 89 EAST TIED SISE_T,
__f^_W^_s^^W Et - Paul Agency for HURT'S, QEAY'S,
*JMSI^MI '^^ BEYJS'OIjD'S, and Many Otbors.
• ; — *sr Vi -rTti|flfa<iiSr IC3T Mcil orders promptly filled.
AND TELEGRAPHIC INSTITUTE
B«_Je_g_tecec»UWi»fee_lt_ claim* to public favor and has now enteicd upon its 15th jearanl.
xtemo-t fa\craLle ao.plces. fce_o for cat-^.ue, glying full particulars. -Northwest cor. Seventh
and Jackson streets.
W. A. FAJDDIS. Pr-nolpaJL
DOORS. SASH AND BLINDS.
The Leading ST. PAUL Manufactory of
SASH, DOORS, BLL\»S, ,
Moldings and Stair Work.
Have In Stock
DRY WHITE OAK
Make to Order ; r
OFFICE AXO Bin ri'HSITVRB.
EAGLK STBEKT AND SEVEX CORNERS
IN NEW QUARTERS.
P, J. DREIS,
. -. It nettled In his elegant Hew Stora
Comer JmiH ml Saint PetsF slree's.
Where can be found the finest and best of Drugs,
Perfumery, Toilet Articles, Patent Medicines,
etc. Also, all kinda of Garden and Flower S«eda
in their season.
LAURA W. HALL,
MUSIC ROOMS 102 WESTERN AVENUE
Head of Ashland Avenue, St. Anthony Hill,
PIASO, ORGM AMD
THOROUGH INSTRUCTION XSUARANTEEDu
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