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THE CITY. ■■■)
- <: Democratic County Committee.
To the Editor of the Globe :
Will yon please announce the following as
the "Ramsey County Democratic commit
tee" for the ensuing year, namely:
V Edmund Rice, Jr., chairman, P. T. Kav
anagh, C. S. Cuinings, R. T. O'Connor,F, X.
Gravel, Louis Fischer, Jacob Stadfeldt, Ansel
Oppenheim, P. H. Thornton, William
Ha ram, W. 11. Cook, Octave Savard, John
C. McCarthy, Eugene A. Hendrickson and
Paul Labord. And oblige, yours very trul y,
RJohx B. Olivier,
Chairman late Dem. Co. Convention. »
Eleven bead of cattle were impounded yes
A meeting of the board of health is called
for 5 o'clock to-morrow afternoon.
Sheriff DuToit, of Carver • county, passed
through the city yesterday, having three
prisoners to deliver to Warden Reed at Still
Frank Johnson will be examined of the
charge of insanity by Dr6. Miller and Anker
at the probate court rooms at 11 o'clock to
The criminal trials will be taktn up in the
district court on Monday, commencing with
that of Porter for the murder of Neary by
Bbooting^him in a Jackson street saloon.
At 2:30 o'clock yesterday morning burglars
effected an entrance into the residence of
Mr. Frank Soula on Louis street, but they
were frightened away before securing any
The iury in the district court yesterday
found a virdictof $205.25 in favor of Louis
Lee, the St. Paul bricklayer and plasterer,
against W. F. Steele, the bonanza farmer of
Dakota, for unpaid wages. •
John Cook recovered $600 by verdict of a
jury in the district court yesterday against
the Manitoba road for injuries sustained
while working in the union depot ruins last
June from falling timbers.
John S. Sanborn on presentation of certifi
cates from the district court of Hamilton
county, Ohio, and on motion of W. 11.
Mead; Esq., was admitted in the session of
the district court yesterday to practice in the
courts of Minnesota.
John Joyce went on a bender yesterday
and while under the influence of budge be
cooly took possession of a horse and buggy
left standing in front of a store on Missis
sippi street. lie was apprehended and
yanked to the cooler.
Daniel Gibbg, the St. Paul agent for Chas.
PassoW) manufacturer of billiard and pool
tables with headquarters in Chicago, is re
ported as having skipped out, after duplica
ting a numberof installment notes and ob
taining the face value of them.
Geo. W. Magee, the well known and pop
ular caterer will open a restaurant in the
north end of the opera house block, on Wa
bashaw street, Nov. Ist, and the south end
in the same block will be at that time occu
pied by John Eagan, the clothier.
The funeral of the late Fred Faulkner took
place from his residence on Laurel avenue
yesterday afternoon. The remains were es
corted to their last resting place by the Sons
of Herman, the Butcher's society, headed by
the First Regiment band and a large con
course of friends.
The alarm of fire from box No. 23 at 12:50
o'clock yesterday afternoon was occasioned
by the discovery of fire in a pile of rubbish
in the basement of the Pioneer Press building.
The department were on hand promptly and
the blaze was squelched by the chemical en
gine. The damage was slight.
John O'Neil was arrested by Detective
Kennally yesterday afternoon on the charge
of obtaining money under false pretenses.
He mortgaged a team of horses belonging to
another man, obtaining $55 on the strength
of the deal from J. S. Mackey, the loan
agent. He is also charged with perjury.
A fire among some waste paper in the
basement of the Pioneer Press building called
out the fire department at 1 p. m. yesterday.
The buildiug was pretty thoroughly fumi
gated with smoke, and sufficient gained in
that direction to make the trilling loss an ac
tual aJvautage. Origin of the fire unknown.
While proceeding west on Third near
Minnesota street, about 5 o'clock yesterday
afternoon, a phaeton containing Mrs. A. E.
Wnllkli and her little girl, collided with a
truck and a wheel was taken from the first
Darned vehicle. A gentleman seized the
horse as he was about to start off and what
might have proved & serious accident was
Mrs. Milton, the sable faced fortune teller
and mind reader, whoso temple was erst
while on Wabnsbaw street, has skipped out
and there is walling among the servant girls.
Besides , being a soothsayers, the old hag
started a sort of a home savings bank which
consisted of a stocking, where the girls left
their wealth for safe keeping. She was an
arrant imposture and is said to have swindled
a score or more of poor girls.
The conference at St. Louis last week
brought together a notable gathering of phi
lanthropists and those engaged in reforma
tory work. Their reports show that great
progress is made in the general field of char
itable and child saving effort. The institu
tions of benevolence In our land numerous
and costly as they are, do not yet begin to
meet the public necessities and our depend
ent classes are yearly growing in number.
Dr. Dana promises to give some of the
latest data on the increase of crime and the
provision for the unfortunate and the need
of preventive measures In state and city.
Taking- its Place.
"I prescribe to my patients, with good
"effects," St. Jacobs Oil, the wonderful pain
cllever, says Dr. L. O. Morgan, a leading
physician of South Am boy, N. J.
R. V. Waldo is in Chicago.
T. H. Kirk, Winona, is at the Windsor.
A. J. Wilson, of Red Wing, is in the city.
Monroe Nichols, of Duluth, is at the Wind
E. L. Hayes, Fargo, was in the city yester
A. Montgomery, St. Cloud, is at the Metro
H. G. Page, Fergus Falls, is at the Mer
A. F. Cross, Red Wing, is at the Mer
J. C. Hunter, Duluth, was in the city yes
W. R. Maze, Bismarck, is at the Mer
John Van Rensselan, New York, is at the
W. H. James, of Hutchinsou, was in the
Hon. W. M. Campbell, Litchfield, was in
the city yesterday.
J. Van DenhoTer, Fort Sisseton, was at the
N. H. Jones, of Liverpool, England, is
stopping at the Clarendon.
C. Tryon, proprietor of the Arnold house,
at Owatonna, is at the Clarendon.
J. C. Winans returned to the city yester
day from a business trip to Chicago.*
Mr. Van Bergen returned to the city yes
terday, from a brief visit to St. Louis. -
Mr. E. J. Blood, of the St. James hotel,
Red Wing, was in the city yesterday.
K. W. Blaekwrll, Duluth, and l" H. Me
Ku>ick. Pine City, were at the Merchants.
James T. McCleary, Mankato, and James
Flint, Carver, were at the Windsor yester
W.L- Wilder, Grand Forks, and W. H.
Grecnleaf, of Litchfield, were in the city yes
C MiM Kate and Miss Anna Cole, daughters
of Gorden E. Cole, of Faribault, were in the
Major Harrison Allen, the United States
marshall of Dakota, with headquarters at
Fargo, is at the Merchants.
E. E. RuseelL Jamestown, H. M. Allan
Montreal, _ and J. Lowell, of Fargo, were at
". Rev. E. - Haskell and family, of Boston,
Mass., passed through St. Paul yesterday to
Walla , ; Walla, Washington territory, where
Mr. Haskell will assume the charge of a Con
T. G. Strahman, of Philadelphia, Is regis
tered at the Clarendon .
..", Senator A. C. Hermann and daughter, of
Young America, were at the Clarendon yes
Mrs. Dr. Frcy.was presented with a $1,000
Grand piano yesterday from her father, F. R.
Welz, proprietor of the Clarendon.
I Special Telegram to the Globe. |
Chicago, Oct. — J. W. Whitman and
wife, St. Paul, are guests at the Palmer.
J. A. Humbird and wife, Hudson, are reg
istered at the Grand Pacfic.
John F. Broderick and Wm. Nettlelon, St.
Paul, and Henry and W. L. Hill, Minneap
olis, are at the Grand Pacific.
P. F. Pratt and wife, Anoka, are stopping
at the Sherman.
T. M. Rogau, Minneapolis, and Park Rit
chie and wife, St. Paul, are among the guests
at the Sherman.
P. M. Graff. Uuluth, is at the Tremont.
At the Tremont: R. C. Jefferson and
wife and F. E. Snow, St. Paul; J. T. Calder
wood and wife, Minneapolis; E. J. Pope,
Eau Claire, and T. Woodbridge, Montana.
Petit Jury Summoned.
The following is the regular venire of petit
jurors summoned for the trial of the crimina
cases to be taken up in the district court to
D. T. B. Peterson, Herbert D. Phillips,
Henry C. Mann, Geo. C. Robertson,
Henry J. Peters, - Chas. F. Phillips,
Clarence E. Robb, C. E. Popp,
Julius Peter, Wm. G. Robertson,
Isaac L. Mahon, D. W. Pond,
Fred J. Rank, Theodore Kohland,
('has. 11. Robinson, Adoiph Poirer,
Harry J. Potts, G. J. Kohland,
Gco. C. Pound, Thos. M. Roberts,
Chan. E. Planck, J. W. Roberts,
Chas. M. Power, Smith Peabody,
Harvey Pitts, Chas. 11. Pettibone,
Alfred K. Ka\v3on, Henry Markhousc,
Martin P. Pierson, Arthur W. Perry,
Timothy K. Rogers, W. R. Reese,
Louis D. Phillips, A. EL Roake,
Wm. A. Rhode.
A Brave Fireman in the City.
Mr. I. Hosier, chief of the St. Louis Fire
department, is spending a few days in St.
Paul. Mr. Hesler saved six of the girls em
ployed in the Southern hotel in St. Louis at
the time it was destroyed by lire with such
great loss of life, for which brave deed his
coat is adorned with two life saving medals.
REARDON — At the residence of his parents,
170 East Fourteenth street, James, eldest Eon
of Timothy Reardon, aged 19 years and 9
Fureral Monday, at 9 a. m., Services at the
Cathedral. Fr.emls invited to attend.
This powder never variei. A marvel of purity
strength and wholci«omeness. More economical
than thi- ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold in
competition with the multitudes of low test, short
weight, alum or phosphate powders. hold only
in cans. Royal Baking Powder Co.. IMWall
street. New Yort.
The German Roman Catholic Benevolent so
cieties arc to have their annual meeting of their
Insurance association at Jordan, Minn., on the
2i^t inst., and have made arrangements with the
Minneapolis & St. Lous railroad to run an exenr
sion train on that day. Fare for the round trip
only 51.10. Tickets to be had of J. S. (Irode,
John Filtz and Job. Ellis. 293.
CARD TO THE PUBLIC.
I, <"!iA«>. Passow, hereby notify the public that
Daniel Gibbs has decamped and is do longer in
my employ. I also desire it understood that ht»
is not authorized to receive or collect money,
notes or bills in my name.
293.295 Cuas Passow.
Tie Great Amid Tailor,
Leave your orders now, and get
ahead of the Rush that is sure to fol
low the advent of cold weather. The
FABRICS THIS SEASON are UHC
SUALLI ATTRACTIYE,|without be
ing "loud," and we, as usual, being
the first to open our WINTER GOODS
in this line, hare started the business
with prices fully 30 per cent- below
other tailors' charges.
NICOLL, the Tailor.
67 East Third street, St. Paul.
Gentlemen visiting the city desirous
of tearing their measures for future or
ders, will find it to their interest to
leave it with this reliable house.
tST Samples and rules for Self-Mea
surement sent by mail. 259-93
OBSERVATORY OF MUSIC,
No. 127 West Third street,
ST. PAUL, - - MINX.
All branches of Music taught, including
PIANO, ORGAN, VIOLONCELLO.
. VIOLIN, ZITHER and HARMONY
MISS MARIE GEIST, Graduate of the Royal
Conservatory of Music in Munich, Principal.
MISS KATIE GEIST, Assistant Teacher.
MISS EMMA LAWRENCE, Zither Teacher,
MISS LAURA W. HALL. Harmony Teacher.
St^r, BH INSTITUTE.
■■■ Ertabliabedin 1 572 f or tb« ran
HSH^Hd Cancer, Tumor*. Clccra,
Er*Ti*if i 1 fe*:rof ala, and Skin Diswses,
without da u»o 1 1 knife or loss of blood aad litiia
pain, For inforrrrtion. circulars and raiereacw,
addrua it:, if, JU ruSX>. Aurora, aab* Cc, IU.
THE ST. PAUL SUNDAY GLOBE SUNDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 19, 1884:
To British Subjects.
British subjects residing within this Vice-Con-
I Fiilar District, are hereby notified .that a Register
is open at this Vice-Consulate, for tho registrar
tion of Births of children of British subjects
born within this district during the period of
seven years from the date of birth to the date of
registration together with a Register for the
Registration of Deaths of British subjects dying
within this Vice-Consular district.
H. S. TREHEKNE,
230 British Vice-Consul, St. Paul, Minn.
To the Ladies!
I am retiring from the Fancy Goods business
and offer my entire stock of Embroideries
commenced and finished, and : Material for all
kinds of Embroideries, Zephyrs,' Yarns, Hand
Knit Goods, etc., with my entire stock of fine
Holiday Goods, at and below cost. j I will give
on good bargains. ' Call and see- me. - '\
MRS. C. HE|IWEGEN,
No. 37 West Third street, St. Paul. j
STEAMERS, li jj )/■ i '-J
DIAMOM-'JD LINE OF , STEAMERS
For Winona, La Crosse, Dubuqne, Rock Island,
Burlington, Keokuk, Quincy, and .-_i '■
All Intermediate Points t0 ...
ST. LOUIS. ;
Steamers of this Line, and this ■ Line only, run
Through from St. Paul Dock. ■ This is not a
pert rail line, with midnight transfer
from car to boat. ': . . ; . «r
The elegant, popular and fast electric light pas
Wednesday. October 225. at 10 A. M,
Most enjoyable route South, East or West.
View the famed Mississippi scenery. No heat or
dust. Through tickets to all river and interior
A. G. LONG, Agent,
Dock, opposite Union Depot.
City Office, St. Paul, cor. Third and Jackson.
Minneapolis Office, 16 Washington avenue South.
ST. LOUIS AND ST, PAUL PACKET CO,
ELECTRIC LIGHT LINE.
The Fast and Favorite Sidewheel Steamer
Win. Burke, Master. S. Grinnell, Clerk.
Departs for St. Louis and way landings
Unlay, October 19, at 13 o'cLck" a. m.
For Passage or Freight, apply to
A. DELANY, Agent,
834 Jackson street, or Levee, foot of Jackson.
S.M. HEWETT, I N. H. WIXCIIELL, I J. A. WOLVBRTON
Prest. | Secy. I Treas.
The Minnesota Stone Coinp'y,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in . .
.Will River and Pennsylvania Bine Stone,
Sidewalk Flagging a Specialty.
All work promptly and satisfactorily executed
and guaranteed. Experienced labor employed.
WM. F. VAN VOKIS, G- n. A*t. & Manager,
Offices ßoom 26 Wood's Block, 210 Nicolletave.
" — Room 6, cor. Third and Robert street.
St. Paul, Minn.
Directors — S. M. Hewctt, Willis Baker, Mark
W. Lewis, N. H. Winchell, Wm. F. Van Voris,
J. A. Wolverton. 203*
Office of the Board of Education, )
St. Paul, Minn., Oct.. 17, 1884, -..(
Will be received by the Board of Education until
Thursday Evening, Oct. 23 ,
At 5 o'clock p. m., as follows : For constructing
an addition to and enlarging the
PRIVY VAULT AND CLOSET,
On the Adams school grounds; also, for build
Retaining Wall On, and
The Uumboldt School grounds.
All according to plan? and specifications in the
hands of Hon. J. M. Minor, East Sixth street,
rear of C arendon hotel.
A bond in the sum of five hundred ($300) dol
ars, with two cood sureties, each justifying? in !
the above amount, will be required from each or
any bidder for faithful performance of any of
above contract work. •• • h
All bids must be j addressed to R. Schiffmann.
President of the Board of Education, St. Paul,
Minn., subject to above conditions as to date and
The Board re serves the right to reject any
or all bid*.
OTTO DREHER, : \
292-97 Secretary Board of Education.' <
, Oitici Board or Fihe Oomn«<noxTOs, )
St. Pall, October :6 1884.. )
Sealed bids will be received by the President
of this Board up to Friday, October 24th, at
II m, for •".•■;
FOUR THOUSITD (4,000) BUSHELS k
(Sore or leas), b_>gt quality ' "'
Ho. 2 White Oats,
For use of Fire Department of City of St. PauL
for one year from date of contract, to be deliv
ered at such times aid in such quantities as
called for by the Chief Ens'neer.
< The Board reserves the right to reject any and
Proposals to be endorsed "Proposal* for Oats,"
and addressed to F. R. Delano, President Board
of Fire Commissioners.
By order of the Board.
KENNEY & HUDNEK
IWsuiltfWrf ftir. Start
Opgcttui Metropolitan Fotcl. is
.-..,; PAWNBROKER'S GOODS.
jS^f T\T^|^ \ V"~~ \-.. IV .pyoUMPAIIf N^H|R& THE PUCE COH DIAMOND*""')
* -JTl^vX^ \\ /S TO BUY V."" L*S-'
--»P^.rtj. IS \\\ • <l W-r HALF „ \ >Ak , - i--iiii mA t- '
In Watches, both Gold and Silver, Diamonds in
all sizes and in all qualities.
Of every make and variety, some of the very
richest made, all as good as new, for
one-half their original value.
TTI ; T "X7"rfi"r "EH
Pawnbroker & Jeweler
4:5 Jackson Street.
■'*• .*■■■' ■ "■
All Pledges Held in Trust Unpaid Up to Oct. Ist
Are Now Put Out for Sale.
T TTITIT TUfl the great Union Depot and HeaTqnarters for Gold and Silver Wa'ches
I VII li V of every make, evert gra!e. in splitteconds, fly-bacKs, repeaters, calendars;
111 IIPi i I Howard Watches or "all g. ales; Ekin, Wahhnm, Itockford, Springfield and
ill 1 11 1 I U Lancaster movements in gold and silver cases; gentlemen's and ladies 1 fine
• ■. >-■-• E gold watches, cases get with diamonds. : ~t '
An elegant assortment in Solitaire Diamond Ear Drops, Cluster and Solitaire Ring?, Diamond
Studs of every style. Diamond Collar Buttons, Diamond Sleeve Buttons. A handsome selection
of Diamond Lace Pins, Diamond Crosses, Brooches, etc., at a great disconnt. Jewelry of every
kind iii sets, plated and gold. Bracelets or all styles. Great variety of Silverware In handsome
Fiuit Combinations, Toilet Sets, Ti.ting Ice Pitchers, Tea sets. Cake Baskets, Knives, Forks,
Spoons, etc., etc. Solid Silver Kn>i-s, Forks and Spoon*. Solid Silver Butter Knives. Solid Sil
ver Sugar Shells. Solid silver Napkin Rings. Clocks or every s^vle, Bank Clocks Office Clocks,
Watchmen's Time Clockf, the best and most accarate In the market, only $10 each, warrai t d.
Handsome French Mantel Clocks in bronze and black ebony, inlaid with gold. Walnut, Ash aid
Cherry Clocks of every kind. A number or Bardeau and Lomaire French Field Glasses, with c;is ■
and strap complete. AH styles of Opera Glasses, Spy Glasses and Telescopes, Compasses, Optical
Goods or every description. Draughting Instruments, Surgical Instruments, Musical Instiuments.
Composition Poker Chips, lV a inch, best in the market; plain, $2 per hundred; fancy rim, $2.C0
per hundred. • ■ -• *
The al>ove goods are Pawnbrokers Unredeemed Pledges, and are guaranteed for accuracy and
quality a* represented. Watch repairing, diamond setting and engraving. Goods sent to parties
outsiuc of M. Paul, with privilege of examination, by paying express charges. Money to loan on
all goods or value.
El YTI C PAWNBROKER AND JEWELER
I L I I L.L; ST. PAUL., MINX.
LYTLE'S FOURTH GRAND ANNUAL GIFT riS r RIBDTIOS— FREE ! '..'.
One Thousand Five lluDdred and Eighty (1,580) Dolars' worth of Diamonds, Watches, Chains,
Solid Silver Sets. etc., given away to our patrons Christmas Eve, 1884. Every purchaser of goods
at Lytle's, g5 Jackson street, no matter how small, will receive a numbered ticket in the Grand
Christmas Drawing, and have a chance to obtain one or more of the beautiful gifts free.
It is truly worth while to walk a few blocks out or your way to buy goods as good as new for
alt their value, and receieve a ticket free and a chance to get one of the beautiful presents, worth
n runi&JO to STOO.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
.^ PEST % r
MawSM ■HH'CarroD Street
JUST RECEIVED A FULL LINE OP
Lais' id Men's
II Boots id Shoes!
'*'"*■.''■ .*-***". -.'
I You will save money by buying Good Goods at the
OLD RELIABLE SHOE STORE,
•E. "■ I — l SCHLIEK,
331 Wabaskiaw: & 315 Carroll Sts.
OLD STORE. : A' f *' NEW STORE.
.- ARE Grr&PSSG SPECIAL LISTES OF PEUFECTLY PCEE
%tt^ m&a\£ba oAa^9 ' mSaoo^ mOm mSkm n P*muM<r a
Manufactured Daily for the City Trade.
Xew Novelties will be placed on sale at intervals during the season
Do not fail to give them a trial Order. Wholesale and Retail,
31 AHD 33 EAST THIBD STBEET.
' : CLOTHIERS. .
This Season of the year brings to mind the
necessities of Winter, which is rapidly ap
In Clothing and Gentlemen's Furnishing
Goods we show a greater stock than any House
in St. Paul. Styles and lowest prices guaranteed
Mil 1 I uliiii iris. XI 1 iiliUkJj
91 East Third Street!
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.— I eresa Carreno.
"«i *t n , e of th * -Weber Piano is so sweet, rich and sympathetic, yet so full,
\" at ia^ ail always rank you as the greatest manufacturer of the day.— Emma
Weber Pianos excel all others in volume of tone and in power of expression.—
There are no Pianos in the world that sustain the roice like the Weber.— Em*
m a Abbott.
R. C. MTJTSTGKER. A-srent, St. Paul
SEND FOR CATALOGUES.
H fine T^iLonnsra. %
111) All fIC DMIU, St. Paul, Minn.
__, \ y . t ■/ ; 58 East Third Street.
\. The latcßt offinported Goods always onhand. Perfect fits guaranteed.
, . ' BOOTS AND SHOES
ED I W l l ill ■s■1 1 ■ / jtT-j^^Nk.
■ lie iOvllLllSjiaLi
Boots aid Sloes, JB
New Styles Daily Received. a
331 WaDasflay atraaf Car, ill
f)^ I WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS^ ■'■
2STOYJES, BROS, & CUTLEK,
IMPORTERS AID WHALE debts
r tb ana 70 bibley street, corner Fifth, St, Paul, Minn.
STANDARD SCALES. ■ i,:?
" FAIEBAMS' STANDAED SCALES! '
Eclipse Wind Mills, Tanks and Pumps,
Smith- Vaile Steam Pumps and Boilers,
Hancock Inspirators, Lubricators efc
FJIBBAMS, MORSE & CO., ' T~37f & 373 SMey street
BOOS AND SHOfl DBA UIEH.
T^^SSf K.-z^V— /JL_JS — d_-iJi &*A a \ C3^ x J^J^ma
ISCHXjIEK & CO..
KO. 89 EAST TiMßl> SlßffiT,
SrStt^E^^B^ St. Paul Agency for HURT'S, UJiA^'s},
IjSm^ll^ OLD'S, and Many Others.
s^^* rt Hi>i"i lwm? I3f~ Mtil orders promptly tilled.
AND TELEGRAPHIC INSTITUTE
Bt»3oi!g*!i>cecel*Wi»bediU titiß *to j tll;i favor end hot now enteied upon Us 15th yetrua*9
the niott favorable auepScefc fcei.o lor tatf'agtie, tiViLg lull particulara, I'iorthwestcor. Seventh
axd Jtckaon streets. . . , »-•».—.
♦V. A. lADDI3, Principal.
"■; ; , :,- ■ ■ •
DOORS, SA9II AND BLIN'D3.
| -j ) | o-c?^n| <. M
\ C 3 I vi — '-* I -I r~*t itt
The Leading ST. PAUL Manufactory of
SASH, DOORS, BUMS,
Moldings and Stair Work.
Have In Store, Jackson, near Eighth street, a
" large stock of
Make to Order
orricE axd bask furxiture.
FACTORY— S»re»t Si. S»v>n Corners
IN NEW QUARTJUKS.
P, J. DBEIS,
ItietUed in hi* elogaat Mew Store
Comer Jiia ani Saint Peter s reel ■
Where can be found the finest and best of Drugs,
Perfumery, Toilet Articles, Patent Medicine*,
etc Also, all kinds oX Garden and Flower seed*
in their season.
MUSIC ROOMS 102 WESTERN AVENUB.
Heaticf Abhland Avenue, St, Anthony iiilU
PI 4\o, A\» HARMONY
TUOROUGII INSTRUCTION GUARANTEED.
Reference*: 31i.-<8 Makie Geist, Principal of
Mueical Conuervatory, No. la? West Third street,
St. Paul ; also on personal application, reference
to the numerous families whose daughters aha
haii taught and is now teacu.ng will be given.
Albo, I gent for "Brainard's Musical World,'
the oldest and beat musical journal published,
(subscription SI .50 per annum.
BKISBIN & FAEWELL,
Comer cfWabasbaw and F«ortb streets.
, C.\er Ezpreis Cfltce.
[ TONIC BITTERS I
■Th* most Elegant Blood Purifier, Liver Invigora
tor. Tonic, and Appetizer ever known. The flr»l
Bitters containing Iron ever advertised in Ameri
ca. Unprincipled perrons are imitating the namol
look out for frauds. See /CL /£>} a *
that the following rigna- /lIJCtJiU fit '■ lJ *
tnr* is on every bottle and a--T/r7<H I //r < t
tal.aoae other: 7f^ L^«- // *r*^^r\
ST. PAUI* iUN'K. C*/ l>russ:it& Chynlag