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THE CITY.
) CITY GLOBULES.
Six deaths were reported st the health of
fice yesterday.
• Tbe board of water commissioners will
hold a meeting at 10 . o'clock • this morning.
Chas. 'Gerghke, Aye years old, died of
diphtheria at No. 420 Aurora avenue yester
day
Yesterday was a quiet day In police circles.
Up to 4 p. m. not a single arrest bad been
made. '■' '•' ; , • -'
i The board of education will bold a meeting
to-morrow (Saturday) evening, commencing
at 7:30. ; " fixl?^ *&
The executive rooms at the state capitol
are being renovated by the boss slicker-up,
Messenger Ed Hammond. -
Martin Hupner was partially examined for
insanity in the probate court yesterday, and
the case adjourned to 2 p.m. to-day.
During Wednesday night the residence 'of
Mr. Steve Cook, on Laurel avenue, was en
tered by a sueuk thief who cabbaged a new
overcoat . /* ,; -.'•;;'
. Suit was begun in the U. 8. circuit court
yesterday by the Case Threshing Machine
company aeainst W. H. Billintrton to collect
$500 on a machine. ...
/The election excitement was too great to
permit any business being done in the dis
trict court yesterday ' morning, and Judge
Brill was forced to adjourn court until this .
morning.
Another big crack has developed in the
ceiling of the third story of the east wing of
the 6taU. capitol.- The defects In that build
ing won't stay covered up even for the leg
islature to meet and adjourn.
The funeral of Mrs. Dr. C. M. Steele, took
place from the late residence of the deceased
on east Tenth street yesterday afternoon.
A large concourse of friends paid the last
tribute of respect to the worthy life of the de
ceased.
Sheriff O'Gorman took Emma Brown to
the penitentiary at Stillwater yesterday, to
serve a three years' sentence for larceny, ;
and Deputy Sheriff Brown lodged Chas Mc-
Lain in the workhouse to serve out a sen
tence of six months for the same offense.
Yesterday forenoon Frank Gatty, twenty
two years of age, was injured by the caving
in of a sewer while at work on the same in
the rear of tbe Union depot. He was taken
to bis home on Como avenue in the patrol
wagon and his injuries are not deemed seri
ous. . .j.„ >'■''
James Keuelly, brother-in-law of Officer
Wm. O'Kcefc, deceased at his residence on
Exchange street on Monday and was buried
on Wednesday. He was fifty-six years of
age and has been a resident in St. Paul since
1867. He leaves a widow and four daugh
ter, two of whom are married and one of
whom is a sister at the Academy.
Thomas Smith and A. K. Swansen were
arrested about 8 o'clock last night on a
charge of disorderly conduct. The facts of
the case are that Swansen keeps the Union
house on the corner of Rosabel and Fourth
streets. Some days ago Smith went to board
at the hotel, and got into debt for his board.
Swansen met Smith on the street last night
and wanted him to piy. He did not pay
and a scrimmage followed.
. PERSONALS.
T. G. Jones, Desdwood, is at tho Mer
chants. -
. J. M. Graham, Jamestown, is at the Mer
chants.
B. S. Lewis, Waseca, was in the city yes
terday.
Dr. A. G. Aldrich, Anoka, was in the city
yesterday.
Dr. A. D. Andrews, River Falls, is st the
merchants.
Capt. W. H. Miller, U. S. Army, is at the
Windsor. '; .
E. V. Munn, of Beloit, Wis., is st the Me
tropolitan.
Tbe Lizzie Evans Dramatic company arc
at the Merchants. * v .""'"-:
W. T. and Mrs. Willits, of Wahpeton, are
at the Merchants.
Jno. s worth, of Buffalo, N. V., is at the
Clarendon.
M. C. Frank, of York, Neb., was in the
city yesterday.
Daniel Rahren, of Washington, is regis
tered at the Clarendon.
J. W. Bradshaw, River Falls, was at tbe
Windsor yesterday. *9
D. J. Sawyer and H. A. Swanson, Red
Wing, were in the city yesterday.
Jno. W. Arc tan der and wife, of Wlllmar,
were at the Metropolitan yesterday.
R. S. Tyler, Fargo, and J. H. Cram, Wi
nona, were at the Merchants yesterday.
A. S. Brooks and wife, Grand Forks, and
Geo. A. Dutolt and wife, Chaska, are at the
Merchants.
O. L. Day, Hutchison, Tbos. Cadwell, Le
Sueru, and F. Church, of Mason City, were
in the city yesterday .
Thomas Qulnn, Esq., of Faribault, attorney
for Rice county, called on' friends at the
state house yesterday.
Hon. E. J. Brown, receiver of the North
western Car compauy at Stillwater, called at
the state capitol yesterday.
! The new assistant attorney general, J. [M.
Martin, Esq,, of Lake City, took his position
at the state capital yesterday.
J. D. Markham, Rush City, and J. L.
Macdonald. Shakopcc, scanned the election
returns from a St. Paul standpoint yester
day. ;V/.: : ;.'.
The Kive r~
The 'Yellow Tiber" rolls its muddy water.?
through the city of Rome, at times overflow
ing the lower part of the city. It breeds ma
laria and imperils the health of all who visit
the city. Brown's Iron Bitters will conquer
malarial fevers quicker and more thoroughly
than any other remedy. Mr. Enos Hite, 33
Court street, Indianapolis, says, "It cured
mc of chills and fever alter all else failed."
DIED.
PIED — Nov. 6, at the residence of her parents
5 Marshall avenue, Mary J. Holmes, aged 15
years.
Fnneral Saturday at 9 o'clock a. m.
Chicago papers please copy.
ROGERS— Mary Ellen, daughter of E. and
late Annie IJ.ogv.rs. 575 Jefferson avenue, aged
IS years aud 3 months.
Funeral from the Cathedral at 9a. m., Satur
day, Nov. 8. Friends invited.
Paris, Bradford and Canada papers please
copy.
WILHELMI— the residence ot J. J. Bielug
hanson, 857 Burr street, Nov. 6, Mrs. Freder
ick Wilhelmi, in the 69th year of her age.
Funeral at Ip. m. Friday. Friends invited
to attend.
POWDER
This powder never varies. A marvel of parity
ftrength and wriolc-s^nieness. More economical
than toe or.linary kinds, and cannot :be sold in
roupetilion with the multitudes of low teat, short
weight, alum or ; phosphate powders. Sold only
means. . Horn. lUr.iNo i'uwuiaCo.. 190 Wall
street. New Yor>i.
* V a\-* ■ *
BLACK SILKH.
Mannheimer Bros'
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SPECIAL
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Bargain Sale i
C3-XJI3Sr"H3T'S
BLACK SILKS!
From the recent Immense Auction Sale, at New York, of An- «
.. tome Guinet & Cie's Silks, by the Manufacturers' agents.
i
(MIT'S Wm SILKS !
At less than the price of Inferior Qial ities.
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Guinet's Black Gros Grain Silk, at 85c per yard,
worth $1.25.
Guinet's Black Gros Grain Silk, at $1.00 per
yard, worth $1.40.
Guinet's Black Gro3 Grain Silk, at $1.25 per i
yard, worth $1.75.
Guinet's Fine Black Gros Grain Silk, cashmere
finish at $1.50 per yard, worth $2.00.
Guinet's Black Gros Grain Silk, cashmere finish,
at $1.65 per yard, worth $2 25.
Guinet's All-Silk Black Rhadames. at $1.50 per
yard, worth $2.25.
Guinet's All-Silk Black Rhadames, at $1.75 per
yard, worth $2.25. *. V
Guinet's All-Silk Black Rhadames, at $2.00 per
yard, worth $3.00. ;•
25 Pieces Lyons Black Brocaded Satins, all silk,
choice styles, at 90 cents per yard, worth
$150.
75 Pieces Lyons Black Brocaded Velvets, ele
gant designs, at $2.50 per yard, worth
$3.50.
IN ADDITION TO THE ABOVE SPECIAL LOTS, WE SHOW
A Complete Stock of
FINEST BLACK SILKS & SATINS !
In every new Weave, including Bourbon Juillard <£ Cie ■
CELEBRATED CACBpERE DIP !
(Every Yard of which is guaranteed by the Manufacturer.)
ALSO.
feud's Cachemere Alexandra and Cachemere Princesse, •
Tapessiers' Cachemere Royal,
Audeberfs Cachemere Norma, Etc.,
AT UNUSUAL REDUCTIONS IN PRICES.
Our Great Blanket Sale
AT HALF PRICE!
From the Auction Sale of the . Willowdale Mill still continues.
We Vffer—
500 Pairs White Blankets, 10-4 size, at $2.00,
$2,25, $2.50, $3.00 and $3.50. Sh
350 Pairs White Blankets, 11-4 size, at $3.25,
$3.50, $4.50, $5.00 and $7.00.
450 Pairs White Blankets, 12-4 size, at $5.00,
$5.50, $6.50 and $7.50.
Traveling and Carriage Rugs, at $3.00 and
$3.50, worth double.-
WE OFFER IS ALL OUR DEPARTffI'TS .
Desirable Bargains,
Well worthy the Attention of our Patrons and the Public.
TBI k MINNESOTA STREETS.
ail Orders Receive Prompt and Careful Attention.
THE ST. PAUL DAILY GLOBE. FRIDAY MQRNINGNOVEMBER 7. 1884;
BUSINESS NOTICES
- The Purchasing Public are respectfully in- -
vited to consult this Bargain Column ' for
various articles of . Merchandise, offered for
sale by fit. Paul Merchants. •*
' STOTES.
VI7I r.^riTli * WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
kj£tLuU 1 TjV I A*****» , for . various Eastern
j Foundries'. . Finest selection
DrriYl'r»n • I°' Heating stoves In tbe North- ;
MlllrS I ' west. Pruden Stove Co., 100
MIVILVJ . East Third street.
raVraH-KariEa. > >.
GREENLEAPV.THE POPULAR PHOTOGRA
pher. 27 East Third street. .-Fine light.
Latest irnproTemeriU. Two operators. Fine
work at rcsaonable'rates. ... '...", ",
~~~~ BOOKS.
Tin — School Book*, and standard |
Xl II V work * of Action: blank book *>
-11 1 1 l I IV A reran books, histories, dictions
•UUUlllJ rfcsa ■' A. D. Haslctt 183
Seventh street, nt-ar Jackson.
STATIONERY.
ft IT. A TIONERY— Full line of writing papers, •
VIA pencils,; Inkstands, albums writing,
A I U jewelry. aad dressing cases; com
eJ XXI :oe.-cial stationery fur office use, at
low price*. A. D. Uaslett. LSI Seventh street,
near Jackson.
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CIUZT ' WORE. fcElallCTOlt.
OILK. lc SKEIN;-. SILK ARRASENE. 4c;
O Wool, C ; Crewels,. sc; Filling Silk. 4e;
chenille. sc: Tinsel, 15c; Crescents. Banner
Rods, Angora Wool, VOc ball; Ice Wool.- 8c;
Saxony and Shetland, 20c skein; Crazy Stitch. j
Books. 25c. Goods scut by mail. Price list free, i
Doxal'jsox'h, 120 Seventh, St. PauL
REAL' ESTATE.
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St. Paul. November Ist, 1884.
The firm of COCHRAN A NEWPORT is this \
day dlssolv- d by mutual consent, by tbe retire
ment the re: rum of R. M. Newport. All amounts j
due the firm will •>.• receipted for by Tbos. Coch
rat, Jr., who will assume all iv liabilities.
TH<>>. COCHRAN, Jr., .
.' R. M. NEWPORT.
:":vVkv§M!sV^ -'
St. Part, November Ist, 1834.
We have this day dissolved oar late Arm of
RICE A WALSH, to enter into the copartnership
of which notice is given herewith. All accounts
due the old firm will be collected by the new.
and all correspondents' business now upon our
books transferred to them/
EDMUND RICE, Jr.,
SILAS B. WALSH.
St. Tacx, November Ist, 1884.
We have this day formed a , copartnership for
carrying on under the firm name of COCHRAN,
RICE A WALSH, the Real Estate and Financial
Agency business heretofore conducted by the
firms of Cochran A Newport and Rice tt Walsh,
notice of whose dissolution is given herewith.
Our office will continue to be in the Rice building,
on the Southwest corner of Jackson and Fifth
streets, in the room formerly occupied by Coch
ran & Newport. •\ ,\ '
TUOS. COCHRAN, Jr.,
EDMUND RICE. Jr.,
SILAS B. WALSH.
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NEW TOWNSITE. r -
Westport!
Westport!
Westport!
till Ja nuary first
next. Best business lots from $100 a piece down
residence lots at from $50 down to $10 each.
Lots run in size from 83x150 to 50x150. All lots
so far sold have been built on; none sold to spec
ulators. Schools, churches, elevators, stores,
etc.; etc., all built. Business lots will soon
bring $1,000 each and residence lots $300 to
$500 each.* WESTPORT Is situated on tbe Little
Fall* A Dakota Railroad branch of the N. P. R. R.
in Pope county, Minnesota, about ISO miles from
St. PauL nine miles west of Sauk Centre, and a
mile and a half north of the celebrated Westport
lakes, surrounded by a well-settled, rich and
growing agricultural country. is destined to
make a place of considerable importance.
WESTPORT NEEDS A BANK, and to parties
who will start ono there, we will offer big induce
ments. Address, or call on townsite proprietors.
Terms of sale- Half cash, balance in two equal
yearly payments!
c. LIYISGSTON & CO.,
63 Fast Third street, St Paal
WM. G. ROBEBTSOiS.
REAL ESTATE
AND
FINANCIAL AGENT
(Successor to D. A. Robertson tt Co. the oldest
real estate agency in Minnesota.)
Ko. 7tcQul]laßlo:t CTr.TllrtotWstoiif
HLZEKIAH HALL,
(Established In 1873.)
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
Ctirner Third A Robert streets, fin Savings Bank,)
ST. PAUL. MINN. .
Buys, Sells, Collects, Pays Taxes. Negotiates
Loans etc.
~r. wTjohnson"
REAL ESTATE AGE.VT,
MANNIIEIMER BLOCK, • • - BOOM 11.
St. PauL ..- , . Miim.
* GRISWOLD & TEEPLeT"
Real Estate &Loan Brokers,
, NO. 63 MAST THIRD 6TRMKTI
St.BauL '■ ■ Minn
I Rosy
[ TONIC BITTERS
The most Elegant Blood Purifier, Liver Invigota
tor. Tonic and Appetizer ever known. The first
Hitters containing Iron ever adveitised in 'Ameri
ca. Unprincipled persons are imimrtac tbs name;
look out for, frauds. See. •' /& /jj)i .*
that the following • signs- - / hJs>^fl
er-* is on every bottle and ' A^t/\A-{ltys~<. ■
ta! none other: • * /fy*^^ ' yh~*^,.
ST. FAUI-MINX. Cragg*** Cbeml*
-
. MISCELLAXEOVS.
STOLEN from Corel's lerm.Srear Merriam Park,
'a half-breed short horn cow, long body, short
legs,* and tn * good condition ** Color, light * red
and white. -• Both horns broken off six years old.
jssTls mil if returned to Y. Sanders. 309-310
YY7KATUER STRIPS; pot on. St: Paul Rub
>> .ber C0.,' 103 East Thud street. 899-318
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FIVE CENTS A LINE
SITVATIOXS I,'AXTXD,
ANTED— A situation as bcok-keeper, or
TV any kind of office work, by a young lady.
Best of references. Address N. 67, Globe office.
310-18 ■
WANTED — A place in private family to take
'I care of horses. i*lr»t-cLv«# -"commenda
tion*. Ad-ire** A. CO, Globe office. 813
SITVATIOXS FEE MX IK \
N'TEU — Middle-aged gentleman wi-het to !
•Ii get acquainted with & middle-aged lady,
(single), who would like to travel and engage la
• respectable and well-paying business. ' Address' !
U. 47, Globe office. '-. 3ijj-215
Fesssu'-.. y v" ' V.
lItLS wanted for kitchen work at 2*2 Robert 1 .
i street. Merchants Dicing Room. - ■ 312-315
"ITT ANTED— Housekeeper, 40 to 50 years old,
Vl for family of father and two little girls.
Address C. P., Globe office. 311-13*
*A V T AN TED— A good, steady eL-l for general
m housework*; must be a good cook be-t
wages paid. Apply at 5U3 De Bow «trc»t. 303*
FOR 111 XT.
FOR KENT in flat, kitchen^ dti-ina and bed-
X" room, three closets, bath, water paid. No.
297 West Seventh street. 311*
I7IOR RENT— An office over R. O. Sweeny's
drug store. 'Apply to Mr. Sweeny,. No. 7
West Third street.' 307*
FOR BENT— floor for hall or manu-
AJ facturing purposes, 369 Robert street.
2119-319 ■ ...
:ii*m-,*. *'*S.yflC
FOR RENT— Houm No. '.fi Srh. oil
Wabashaw and Cr'ar streets. Fine tno
story bouse with ba*i'nr nt and cellar, tea rooms,
suitable for private re-ideuce or boarding hocte I
Apply on the premise*. 312* I
TO RENT— t!ou«r in: room*. No. 300 Dayton
. avenue, (at present occupied by A. G. Fos
ter. Esq.) Apply to Hexaklsl Hall, ISO Ea;t
Third street. 312-.T14 '
TO RENT— 1 -story and one l'J story
bouses on Norn* street. Inquire at 535 :
Canada street. 311-313 1
TO RENT— HaIf of hoifte ccntalnlos four j
rooms with closets and water attached.
Apply at 17 Nina avenue. 310-16
(J*"l A MONTH — Five-room houses oa Sher
•pi— bnrne Bluff. F. Allls, *» Gilfiilan block.
310-14
IKENT — An S-room house with closets,
: well and cistern. No. tarn Mount Airy, near
Mississippi street. John Dowlan, 303 Wabashaw
street, 301*
]7*OR RENT— House* from $! to Sid and S2O.
-C Jas. Dillon. 254 Commercial street. 202*
FOR RENT— House with six reams, good eel- ■
-T lar, cistern and welL Inquire 108 Forle*'
or 91 West Third street. 302*
A HOUSE— fi rooms and kitchen, cistern and
cellar. Cheap rent for the right party.
C. Casey, 698 East Fourth. 299*
HOUSE TO RENT— On Selby avenue near ,
Western, 10 rooms, hot and cold water
bath sad closet, good cellar and ever} thing first
class, street cars., etc. Met arthy <£ Donnelly.
" 395*
FOR RENT— First-class dwelling. 13 looms,
No. 114 Summit avenue, formerly occupied
by Reuben Warner. Enquire of owner, H. D.
Gates, No. 122 Summit avenue. 251*
FOR KENT— A bouse. Inquire 103 East
Fifth street, np stairs, next door to Tempe
rance House. Suitable for boarding house or
store. 243*
HOUSES FOR KENT— Between Twelfth and
Thirteenth streets, on Robert, In L.
Lamprey. 181*
FOR RENT— A " cottage with four rooms.
Pantry and closets, good water and every
convenience. Apply to J. C McCarthy. Sixth
ward. 270*
Rooms.
TO RENT— Two nicely furnished rooms for
gentleman snd wife, with comforts of home
in private family, at reasonable rent for winter.
295 Carroll street. 310-314
TWO large front rooms well furnished, singly
X or together. Low rent to i arties who do
not smoke, 11 Summit avenue near Wabashaw.
297**
TY7 ANTED A connected suite of three or four
-? V furnished or partially furnished rooms
(no objection if suitable for light housekeeping),
by a responsible party without children. Refer
ences given. Address "W. H. P.," Globe office.
285*
FURNISHED rooms for rent— Two very Ele
gantly furnished — sitting and bed
rooms, suitable for two or more young men
Inquire at 160 West Third street, Aral floor.
ISO* , . \.-r „■
FOR SALE.
"iVIOK SALE— IO,OOO bushels White oats, 5,000
JD bu. mixed oats, 2,000 tacks Peerless flour,
1,000 do best Pat. flour, 10 cars No. 1 feed, 200
tons choirs Upland bay, 1,000 bbls. choice
Winter apples. Call upon us for prices for one
package or car load lot*. Grant tt Mullen,
No, 372 Robert street. St. Paul, Oct 31. 1884.
/ • 807-413
STOCK SHEEP FOR SALE— One thousand
young stock sheep, hslf wethers ani half
ewes, for sale at Delaney tt O'Connor's Stock
Yards. 305*
FOR SALE or rent to a private family, the
premises No. 26 East Exchange street, oppo
site the capitol. E. C. Palmer. 283*
FOR SALE New house and barn on Rondo
street, on terms to suit any purchaser. E.
Ingham, 563 Ashland avenue. 261*
CARRIAGES — Two extension top phieton's
and a few top, end-springs, and Brewster
sidebars, all the make of Studebaker and fine
work. Tbey will be sold at cost. (all at John
Kelliher's carriage works, 192 and 194 West Third
street. 257*
FOR SALE — A good piano, cheap. Can be
seen at 123 West Third street. 254*
FOR SALE — A five-glass Cunningham carriaga
or hack, cheap for cash. Inquire a*. 411
Hennepin avenue, Minneapolis. 21C*
FOR SALE, or will trade for a horse, a good
Hallet tt Davis piano. Call at once if you
mean business. K. S. ALLEN, -
205* ■ 142 East Third stree
eixajtcial.
FOR LOAN on Improved city business proper
ty, $*,000, for four years. U. L. Lamptey.
' ' • 276*
LOANS on Life Ins. Policies, L. P. Van Nor
.man. No. 245, let Aye. S. Minneapolis.
ACKEY*S LOAN OFFICE— Notes bought,
money loaned on furniture, pianos, horses,
wagons and personal property at low rates, with
out removal Offices, Room 7. First National bank
building, corner Fourth and Jackson street, St.,
Paul, and Room 7, Mackey it Lcgg block, corner
of Fourth and Nicollet, Minneapolis. 207*
J. RornscniLD's It 1 TIOX.
VERCOATS, MENS AND BOYS' CLOTH
ing at auction, this week, at the Novelty
stores, 27 and 29 West Third street, near corner
of St. Peter. Remember tbe place. Goods at
your own price. Auction safes 10 a m., 2 and 7
p.m. Doors open all day.
RUSSIAN CIRCULARS, CLOAKS. DOLMANS,
chiKren's cloaks and havelocks, white, red
and grey all-wool blankets, ladies* furnishing
and dry goods, at auction, tbis week, at J. Roths
child's Novelty stores, 27 snd 29 West Third
street. C. J. MEILICKE,
' 307* Auction Salesman.
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MISCELLANEOUS REAL ESTATE, ~~~
$1,600, will buy one of the best farms in Grant
county, with house of 8 rooms, bouse alone
cost 11,200, only one mile from the county seat,
10 acres of the handsomest grove of trees in the
state, this property must be cold in the next 10
days. Fabwell 4 Co.. Third and Jackson.
FOR SALS OR EXCHANGE— A choice term,
fuliy unproved and located one mile from a
good town, and will sell cheap. Fsxweil St Co.,
Third and Jackson streets. ■
E. T. KA IX A IH! II, AVCTIOXER. -.
NEAT COTTAGE AND LARGE LOT ON
Ohio street at Auction . I will sell on the
premises. No. 461 Ohio street, in tbe Sixth ward,
on Mondsy, Nov. 10, at 10 o'clock a. m., a cot
tage of six rooms, with good cellar cud live
spring of water on premises, together with ' lot
50x150. This pretty home occupies a beautiful
position on the high ground of the Sixtb ward,
with a full vl.-w of the main portion of the city
and river. The neighborhood 1* excellent and
growing rapidly. Churches.* schools and -repu
table business houses sis in the immediate
vicinity. As an investment there is no property
within our city limits that will show a better ad
vance in the next few. years than that I am
going to sell.- Terms by monthly payment to the.
Building Society,
P. T. KAVANAGH..
311-315 ; : Auctioneer.
"1 fif* LOTS:— 100 LOTS— Great continuation
lUU sale, by auction, ot 100 lots in Stinson's
Rice street addition,, on Monday next Novem
ber Ilia, at 8 o'clock p. m. .The balance of .this
addition. 60 lots will be placed upon sale on the
premises. Ride ; out . Rice street and view < this
beautiful property. Terms one-third cash, bal
ance in one and two years.
P. T. KAVANAGH,
• - ' Auctioneer.
S..G. Stoajr, Agent. .813
• MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. -.-* * .. - • _
WEBER" PIANOS.
; lckn(VWle%ert by Artists the Best in the World.
I know of none superior to the Weber and none that can compete with them
for durability. — » eresa Carreno*
. The tone of the Weber Piano is so sweet, rich and sympathetic, yet so fall*
that I shall always rank yon as the greatest manufacturer of the day.— Emma
Thnrsby.
Weber Pianos excel all others in volume of tone and in power of expression.—
8. Liebliur.
1 here are no Pianos in the world that sustain the voice like- the Weber.—Em
ma Abbott.
TEL O. MXnsrG"K'R. A. se n.±, St. Paul
. btND Jb'OK CATALUUUKd.
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BOOT AJTD BHOB DSAX.B3B.
t M BCHLIEK & CO..
1 it, m taxi iaUU> siaffiT,
Byoiiaii.il Boots & lis.
NZls<&_ St. Paul Agency for HURT'S, liiiAi'»d,
<i^P J^M&rlßllli OLD'S, and at aay Others.
""""'"'•'*' , * i *^_ki^!Ss_4i» QT Mail orders promptly fiUe*L ■
TAILORING.;
FINE TAILORING-.
MICAS $ BISJRV SOEastTliirdstrcet
UIPjM % BMlllL St: Paul, Minn.
Wl FERGUS FAHBY,
MEEGHANT TAILOE,
SB East -Third Street*.
l"*"""""*"; Tits Jstitt s'.y.tt rjlmporieo Goods always on band. Perfect its gasraatsed.
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Soils aid Mi, jm
Jew Styles Daily Received. A^^^^^m
331»stosM a. ii**siw* w 7aT
* ■
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS
NOYES, BROS. <fc CUTLEK,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE BRUGGISTS
66 and 70 bibley street, corner Fifth, St. Paid, Minn,
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STANDARD SCALES.
~ FAIKBAMS'^ STANDAKDIcALES!
Eclipse Wind Mills. Tanks and Pumps,
Smith- Vaile Steam Pumps and Boilers.
•-■:>;■■; M Hancock Inspirators, Lubrloatori, s, e
* AIRBAMS, MORSE & CO., • 371 & 37*1 Sibley street
• ;' .'.* '.• ■'■■ BUSINESS COLLEGE.
"~™ ' """ ■—*——— ' — ~ ■ — - " ' - -— ■ --■ , ii — SSJ
AND TELEGRAPHIO INSTITUTE
1 B«s loss; store estsfcljshedlts <"« sto public favor aid has now enteied upon Its Ista rear sals
! Us) most lstcrsble auspice*, kern lot tsts'ague. fciving tall particulars. Morttiwest cor Seventh
. sad Jackson streets. "
W. A. FA*D*DIS. Principal.
GOAL AND_ WOOD.
GH & FOSTER
Offer the best grades of Anthraclto and Bitumi- i
nous Coal at the very lowest market prices.
Their coal is fresh from tho mines and well ■
screened. And their Body Wood cannot be i
equaled In the state. i
A share of your patronage is solicited.
41 East Third Street ,
Comer of Cedar. '
GAS FIXTURES. J
HIS FjXIJJRES.
KENNEY & HUDNEB
103 and ICS W M f Tbird Street
ppoaite Metropolitan HoteL
*~~~*a*T^*Tß*T»*«**v Takes no other
f . if 1 . _-__ — . nourishment.
Z***/?^ A KsJlkf him perfectly."
4 o*o B m Afl #^ M write* a moth
*Ji Mf m lAt M «r. Hundreds of
/i stWA\ Ae^*arjtw Binulartestimo.
r.'.sls, as well as those trom reputable physicians:
throughout the whole U. 8., testify to the worth of
BOKLICX'S FOOD F0» INFANTS AMD INVALIDS.
Ilequlru no cooking. Best food in health or sick,
noes. 40 and 75 eta. By all drumrtsta. Book sect free. !
' HOKLIt'K** FOOD CO.. Kacine, WisT
*.#-S«it by mail Oil receipt of prcein stamp*. "ia
The Minnesota Stone Comp'y, '
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
forth River and Pennsylvania Blue Stone.
ALSO,
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SAWED OHIO FLAGGING.
- Sidewalk Flagging a Specialty.
WM.r.VA">"VORI«, O n. Ac». & Mxnaaer,
Office*— SO Wood's Block, Minneapolis.
" Room 6, Cham. Com. Build'g. St. Pall
263* .
- HARDWARE.
•vrx. nnoDxs. . w. s. hoktojt.
RHODES MORTON,
Successors to Bkiueb & Rhodes,
. WHOLESALE
iß,oisr
SAILS, STEEL& Rill hardware.'
: YatOH i & Larriasß Material,.
. -v ffiactonM's Toils, k
221, 223 EAST FOURTH STREET.
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W*^Aws^W*\\\\ssm W*W 'Ik I W*m ■ r? •:
l^y&Sfi'feSl X NSTIT XJ T EL •
fafe^'-^avi^^ Establisbedm 1372 for the cure
\^MwtWwWs\***m °* Cnneer, Tumors, Ulcers,
■PJBsUaS****** Scrofula. ami Skua Diseases,
.without the use of knife or loss of blood and little
pain. For information, circulars and references,
address. Dr. If. I*. 1.'031>. Aurora. Kara Co., Hi,
. DOORS., BASH AND BLINDS.
Viol Wa=IHSM
\o> \ m \oy ___L_B/
* * . • XXCOIIPORATED.
The Leading ST. PAUL Manufactory of
SASH, DOORS, BUNDS,
I Moldings and Stair Work.
Hare in Store, Jackson, near Eighth street, a
large stock of
STORM SASH.
Make to Order
WOOD MANTLES,
AND
OFFICE AND DANK FURNITURE,
FACTORY-Eagle Street & Seven Corner*.
DRUGS.
IN NEW QUARTERS.
P, J. DREIS,
General Druggist
D settled in his elegaut New Store
Comer Hints and . Saint Peter .tee's.
Where can be found the finest and best of Drugs,
Perfumery, Toilet Articles, Patent Medicines,
etc. Also, all kinds of Garden and Flower Soeds)
In their season. ; - ' .. '■'- X ■ r , -
PBEBCBIPTIONS ASFSCIAIiTT
MUSICAL.
LAURA W. HALL,
MUSIC ROOMS 103 WESTERN AVENUE.
Read of Ashland Avenue, St. Anthony mil.
I ST. PAUL,
TEACHER OP
PIANO, ORGAN AND
THOROUGH INSTRUCTION GUARANTEED.
References: Miss Makie Geist, PrluclpaloC
Mublcal Conservatory, No. 127 West Third street,*
fc-t. Paul ; also on personal application, references
to the numerous families whose daughters she
. has taught and is now teacu.ng will he given.
Also, - gent for "Brainard's Musical World,*
tbe oldest ; and best musical journal published.
Subscription $1.50 per annum.
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BEISBIN & FAKWELL,
LAW OFFICE.
, . ' EOOM 6.
I Corner cl Wabashaw and Fourth streets.
titer impress Office.

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