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nevtew of the Week. s
Variety is the spice of life, says the old
'Saw, and, looking at the week Just closed
from an amusement standpoint, there has
been enough of it in St. Paul for the kind.
It was an occasion when extremes met,
which, by the by, doesn't occur In a theatri
cal way in this city. At the Grand the school
of history was unrolled for the edification of
the classical, by Stoddard, the lecturer, whose
Tascinating style and graphic and faithful
riews delighted large and cultivated audi
ences, as they were led by turns
through the most exciting periods of the
French revolution or inducted over the
icenes of merrie England as made familiar
through the writings of the beloved Dickens.
Those who were not so classical but somewhat
jackasically inclined paid their money and
took in the beauty show at the Olympic,
where thirty daughters of Eve disported in
rather primitive costumes in an Adamless
Eden. The anatomical display was sym
metrical and creditable, but in speak
ing of performances of this character one
cannot help but think of the decadence of
the spectacular in recalling the gorgeous ap
pointments of the "White Fawn," "Black
Crook" and other similar shows. The Adam
less Eden damsels introduced some clever
specialty acts, the trained dove performance
being worth the price of admission itself.
They won the favor of the audiences and
packed the bouse almost nightly.
Then there was the clever performance of
the "Beggar Student" by the Thompson
Opera company, the engagement of which
came to a close at the Grand last night.
The opera was given for the first time in this
city Thursday night to a large audience. The
score is bright and captivating, abounding
in pleasing melodies and taking airs. The
members of the company are uniformly
clever, and while it is wanting in the pro
nounced vocal talent that would give full
power and symmetry to the opera, the ren
ditions were away above mediocrity and,
therefore, very enjoyable. Of the opera and
the company the Globe has already spoken
at length. Both the matinee and evening
renditions yesterday were successful.
Return of Mr. Stoddard,
The Stoddard lectures at the Grand Opera
•nter to-morrow evening upon their second
md last week. The lectures given byMr.Stod
dard last week fully met the most exalted
anticipations. It would be difficult to con
ceive of a more delightful form of entertain
ment than is offered in the skilfully selected
matter and the smoothly rounded periods of
the speaker, inforccd by the magnificent
Illustrations that succeed one another with
inch appositeness and precision. Only three
evenings remain in which the public may en
joy these lectures. On Monday evening the
lubject is "In Europe with Great Sculptors,"
an hour spent among reproductions of the
sculptures in the famous art-galleries of
Europe. To guard against the possible monot
ony of a continual display of statuary Mr.
Stoddard intersperses his exhibitions of art
with glimpses of the birth places or homes or
portraits of the artists. On Tuesday evening
his auditors will, as it were, take Mr. Stod
dard by the hand and spend an hour among
the fascinations of Naples and its surround
ings. On Wednesday evening, Mr. Stod
dard takes bis leave of St. Paul; and what
more enjoyable memory could he leave with
his admirers than the charming combination
of nature, legend, romance and grandeur,
which is inevitably inspired by a tour along
the castle bordered Rulue!
Commencing next Thursday evening the
greatest of the Madison Square theatre suc
cesses "May Blossom," will be presented
at the Grand for the first time in this city.
The performance of "May Blossom" in St.
Paul will be an exact reproduction of that
given at the Madison Square theatre for six j
consecutive months. The entire original I
cast, scenery and effects will be given here. j
Mies Georgia Cayvan, Jos. Wheelock, Benj.
Maginley, W. H. Crompton and Forrest
Boblneon constitute the strongest combina
tion yet sent from the MadUou Square thea
Speaking of "May Blossom," the Pbiladcl
phiaiV«« soys: Just as did "Hazel Kirk.
seize the public heart, so will "May Blos-
Bom." The story strikes at every step a re
sponsive chord in the breasts of those who
behold it. It is not alone the smiles and
tears caused by its representation, but the
true picture of life, devoid almost of what is
called romance and mock heroics, that take
hold of us in the first act, and chain us to
the subject to the end. "May Blossom" is
full of the sentiment and of the reallstlcs
that rule the world to-day, and will always
live as a truthful and touching portraiture of
the humanity of the century in a land of
freedom — political, religious and moral. It
proves that the great body of mankind is
bonest, pure and noble — strong enough, at \
least, to resist temptation and to leave base-
Dees to the few.
A rich treat is in store for the patrons of !
the Olympic theater this week In the appear- '
ance of the excellent attraction known as I
Davene and Austin allied attractions, em- j
bracing Forn cut's Novelty combination and j
Mile. Lott's Burlesque company. The ex
cellence of the latter organization is beyond
dispute, while the trapeze performances of |
the celebrated French Family, Davenes, have ■
won them a reputation famous the world over.
The entertainment will be one of the finest
of the season, and large audiences are as
Paul Starving and Seib*rt't Concert.
The programme announced for the Turner
hall concert to-night is one of rare excel
lence, embracing a number of very fine se
lections by Sciberts orchestra, and introduc
ing for the first time to the St. Paul public
Steering, the talented violin virtuoso. Of
the latter the Music and Dramatic Journal
"The new violin artist just arrived will
bow his debut to a St. Paul audience this
. evening. Mr. Sieving is but a recent comer
to America and brings with him the endorse
ment of high authorities of musical critics of
the old world, having received a thorough
education from boyhood up at the conserva
tories of Leipsig and Paris; after concertising
several years in larger ci les of Europe, comes
among us with the intention of settling dovrn
for good, devoting his time and talents ex
cluoively to that of teaching the violin. We
welcome the acquisition to our musical circles
and hope that the gentleman's choice, after
having fallen on St. Paul, will prove to him
satisfactory and profitable in the end. Mr.
S. speaks several languages fluently, among
them the English, which gives him the ad
vantage over many foreign comers. especially !
in that of the sphere and vocation of a
ArJeer Pout Camp Firr.
Acker Post No. 21, G. A. R., will give one
of their enjoyable camp fires at G. A. R. ball, j
corner of West Third and Exchange streets, i
Tuesday evening, December 16. The follow
ing is the capital: /
. CAMP FIRE PROGRAMME.
Select reading Selection
Comrade G. Fales.
Henry Braek — Mis* Ella Cornman, accompanist.
. L . Gen. Jas. H. Baker.
Song and chorus... "Song of a Thousand Years"
Mrs. W.W.Griswold and comrade!).
Coraet duet . .................. . Homesickness
I Z. H. Thomas, W. B. Seal.
Select reading "Poet of Dead wood"
Comrade \V. H. Dixon.
Bass solo "One Hundred Fathoms Deep"
Col, W. W. Grii wold.
Address -• Libby Prison
Capt. W. H. Mead.
Bone and chorus "The Prisoner Free"
/ T. W. Forbes and comrades.
Reading • •'•••• .Selection ;
Miss Ella J. Glover, elocutionist.
Mu»!c • selection
Hoard's Quadrille Band— Mrs. T. W. Forbes,
' John JllcCulluutjh't Condition.. .
A dispatch from Philadelphia states that
legal measures arc about to be taken by the
wife of .1 > .n McCullouzh to hay • l::tu' placed
in some house of detention, where be can be
given such medical attention asbl* cast* may
require. To this end Daniel Dougherty will
represent Mrs. McCulioagh, and Dr. Pan
coast, an authority upon mental disorders,
will assist in tb« examination. WLctber
this design will be carried out or not remains
to be teen; but it is certain that the actor
has friends who will stoutly resist such a pro
The Boston I drill Engagement.
The engagement of the ever welcome
Boston Ideal Opera company commences at
the Grand a week from to-morrow night, the
repertoire being as follows:
Monday and Friday "Fanchionette"
(First performance here by any company.)
Tuesday "Bohemian Girl"
Thursday matinee "Fatiuitza"
Thursday evening "Patience"
Saturday matinee **Maj<cot"
The sale of scats opens next Friday morn
ing at 9 o'clock.
A Jirxe American Soprano. Who Sever Went
Abroad to Study.
Miss Alfa Norman has just made a very
great success as the prima donna of the Car
leton English Opera company in San Fran
cisco. She sang the charrnlu:; put of /. •■
Una in Fra Diavolo, Mr. Carleton taking the
title role. Hit voice and her methods are
praised very highly by the San Francisco,
critics. The sympathy, purity an 1 flexibility
of a rarely cultured organ '■■'■■ caused tn_
enthusiastic reception to be given bar in a
city known for its critical bast and the point
is well made that all this has been obtained
without going to Italy or France for tuition.
BUkely Hall, writing in the Baa Franclfco
Argonaut, 6ays: "Miss Alfa Norman'a voice |
is that of an absolute soprano— a rurc reft** j
tcr, by the way, as the majority of sin^'i r&
arc mezzo;, who cannot sing a'tuve A. Mis*?
Norman sings to E sharp, ami her in is at I
clear as a bell and thoroughly syoipaUi
She is very well known among ntttleflO^ a3
she has studied for a long while with >i|joor
dc Rial p. and later with Mr J. Ernest IVr
ring. The absurdity of going to Italy to
study music is pretty well proven by tliin
time. The masters of singing in New York
arc now men of cosmopolitan reputations.
MUs Norman ib looked BOO* here as an ex
ample of what can be dove in the way if
vocal culture by New York instruction. ,To
her other gifts HIM Norman unites that of
being a beautiful woman."
A Fig in a J'ln,j.
The Arch street theater, Philadelphia, was
the scene one evening last week of one of
the most ludicrous wilairs which has graced a
playhouse in that city for some time. It is
almost unnecessary to add that the act was
not on the bills. .Mr. M. U. Hanlcy's com
pany was engaged in presenting the play
"Squatter Sovereignty." At the close of the
first act Felix Mclntyre and the Widow Nolan
were,hu«y in planning a matrimonial mar
ket, Melntyrc bargaining that bis son should
ever afterward love aud cherish sweet Nellie
Nolan. Toward the conclusion ol the bar
gain certain tangible considerations were
brought forward and put in a collection for
giving to the young couple a start in life. A
feather bed and various other useful adjuncts
to married life had been provided, when the
Widow Nolan brought forth a pig. It was a
lively little thole, and bad a vicious look in
its eye that spoke of wrath and devilish de
sign. These designs were forwarded by the
impishness of somebody back of the scenes,
who had put a tine coat of grease on the pig
before the widow took it in her charge, and
just as she was about to offer this sacrifice to
the god of Hymen, the porker raado a
lunge an J slipping from her grasp landed
near the front of the stage. Not being well
posted in its part the pig next ran into the
footlights, and its squeals attested to the
scorching it got. Over into the orchestra was
but one step more, and the next thin the
pig was making off up the main aisle at a
rapid rate, amid the screams of ladies and
the laughter of the hoodlums in the galleries.
Alter a long chase the animal was finally
■ • "Fanehwnctte.**
The Boston Ideals gave the above named
opera in Chicago last week and the Xcv» let
ter refers to it as follows: "Fanchionette, in
which they exhibited themselves to a vulgar
world on Monday night, Is a curious admix
ture of many incidents that have done duty
in a hundred opera bouffes and comedies
such as La Fillc de Madame Angot, Genc
vieve de Brabant, Follies of a Night and One
Wife. The t.eene is, of course, in France,
and at the court of Louis Quinze, and much
opportunity Is afforded to young women of
assorted styles of beauty, with shapely and
unshapely legs, to encase those members in
glossy silken tigbts and huso. We must
plead guilty to having heard but little of Mr.
tierpette, the composer. Were he not a
Frenchman we should have the Idea that he
was an American, masquerading under a
Gallic patronymic to avoid the scalpel, for
eclecticism, of bis own countrymen. The
plot turns on the complications arising from
the remarkable resemblance between two
sisters, Fanchionette and Clarice, both of
whom are played by Marie Stone, who sansr
well and with spirit. The music is light and
agreeable, and a chorus costumed in I way
very much resembling that of the Conspira
tors in La Fiile de Madame An got, and going
through the same business had to be twice '
-pealed. Mr. Barnabec, attired as a butter
fly at a ball, evoked much amusement, while
Mr. Frotherlnghatn made Bfjua a very funny '
nigger, worthy of the end man in -i minstrel
show. Miss Burton was furnished with a pirt
ca^ed Penelope. She rather overdid it,
though it was scarcely well lilted to her ha 1
she not been guilty of the oflensc. The Bo
hemian Girl was given on Tuesday night."
7>r<i»»i«i ie V 'trt.
Laura Dainty played "Mountaiu Pink,' 1 in
Chicago last week.
"Nell Gwynne" is the attraction at the
New York Casino.
The Carl eton Opera company bcsln their
Chicago engagement to-night
Lizzie May L'iin-r m:iJ<? a fair success in
Chicago last week, in "D.iJ'u Girl."
"Dreams, or Fun in a Photograph Gal
lery," a new musical comedy, was brought
out in Chicago .'art week.
Mr. W. 11. Foster, the skilled business
manipulator ol the Boston Ideal Opera com
pany, and wit*, arrived in St. l'aul}.
Mr. M. B. Curtis will spend the week be
fore Christmas in New York city, his usual
custom being to rest from acting Curing that
week. z..r.-_— -
J. K. Emmet appeared st Hooey's theater,
Chicago. last week, in his new p!ay~'"Tte ■
Strange Marriage of Fritz." It id described
as bein; suited to him and as very interest
Mr. J. W. Randolph, advance agent of the
Davene and Austin allied attractions, which
are to delight the patrons of the Olympic this
week, is in the city looking after the inter
ests of his show.
After the performance of the "Beggar Stu
dent" at the Grand last night, the Thompson
Opera company boarded a special train on
the Milwaukee & St. Paul railroad for Chi
cago, where they appear this week.
New York Mercury, of February 6, bays:
Pbil Lehnen and Edward Stuart, of Roches
ter, N. V., have purchased of Mies Ober the
right of the title to the Boston Ideal Opera
company and will 'manage that organization
• next year. •
Vernona Jarbeau is ill in New York, and,
consequently, the Kiralfys have lost their
strongest attraction in Sieba. It is not likely
she will join the company again, and' in the
meanwhile, anticipating her recovery, many
managers are making her very tempting
offers. - _;"*»•"•-. . -
The new drama entitled "Outcast," from
toe French of Edraond, about to be pro
duced at the Fourteenth Street theatre, N. V.,
December 15, was played at Paterson, N. J.,
last week and proved successful. It is rather
a departure from the ordinary emotional
drama. It is novel Id construction, rich iv
odd characters, abounding in humor and in-
THE ST. PAUL >UN ; DAYGLOBKSUNDAYMORXIXG:nECEMBER.I4. IBB4.
GRAM) OPERA HOUSE.
THURSDAY, FRIDAY AID SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18, 19/20.
MATINEE SATURDAY. AT 2 O'CLOCK.
; j;(MR. M. H. lIALLORY. MunueMJ^;
Will present for the Cr»t lira* in :L.» eliy ii» MAGNIFICENT SL r C<;£S.',
Nl A V Xl fiQQfiM ■ mmmi
I VIM I ULUOijUlfa* IABGHTEH
BY DAVID BELASOO. :
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TO BE PEODUCED lILUE WITH Till; - (tU
ORIGINAL CAS 1 , SCENERY AND EFFECTS
OF ITS SIX MONTHS RUN IN NEW YORK.
The Sap«rb Company of ArtUu eabrare* Mil* Georgia Cayvsn, Jet. Wh««lock, BenJ. ifaglaltT*
Forrcit I;-jU:i"jh. W. 11. 0.-otap!on »i.d other*.
CUAS. FIiOHMAN, GtD-rtl Manager Traveling Co.
Sale of »eats to commence Ta«-« iiy. December 18.
tensely thrilling. The cast comprises Ml*si-»
Louise Pomeroy, just returned from Aus
tralia; Louise' B^lfe, Elizabeth Andrews;
Messrs. Win. N. Grill -. Arthur Elliott,
an Australian actor; Edwin Cleary and
Miss Albina de Mer has had a new emo
tional drama written e xjiressly for her by tbe
successful author, }!r. K/4. G. Morris, of
the New York Evening THtgram. Tnc play
will shortly be produced and Miss de Mer
will present it at matinees during M. B.
Curtis'* "Spot Cash" engafemcau.
The subscription list for tbe purchase of a
burial plot and the erection of a monument,
in rctpons: to the appeal made by the friends
of Dri^noli, Includes the names of Adelina
Petti. Mrs. Francis B. Thurber, and Messrs.
C. F. Chiikcring, C. A. Chizxola, F. Lord, F.
Dole, K.I S. Stokes and otiiera. Thus far
Several hundred dollars bare been collected.
Charlotte Thompson played In "Jane
Eyre" in New York last week. Of her per
formance a correspondent truthfully says:
"Hit present engagement is managed with
skill, and her recognition is in tlie nature of
delayed justice. Charlotte Thompson is
fervid and emotional. Her voice bas in it
that quality of soul that is like the ring of
inimitable gold. No trick of elocution can
sound the notes of genius. She is altogether
the best Jane Eyre on the sta<?e. Tuc way
wardness and impetuous action of oppressed
childhood, M represented by bo mature an
actress, is somelulng more than the cumula
tion (if art.' It is a penetrating knowledge
that marks the early >ccnei of Jane Eyre.
The play is in a measure not current, but
Charlotte Thompson's performances is fully
illustrative of the best methods and aims of
Of course there is a coming tenor. There
always is a coming tenor. His name is Car
dinal! ; be is described as a ladies' tenor,
handsome as Apollo, tall and straight, with
coal black hair, and 6tcel blue eyes, a teiiar
In the prime of youth, full of warmth and
emotion. He was born in Sicily, and Maple
son exhibited him at the Acaiemy of Music,
New York, as tho hero In Trovatore. Car
dinal! braced himself for ili quclla pirn, and
the public verdict was apparently favorable.
Hi-. youth and passion won a victory. lie has
a full amount of force, but he still bas much
to learn. Now, although^ Cardinall did vary
well as Maurico, it it a little too early in the
day to no into raptures about his talent. Wo
have beard of i-omrni: tenors, but they have
never got then-; we will not hazard an opinion
as to whether Cardinal! is to prove an excep
tion to the rule. — Cor. Xnne letter.
It is expected that the new and elegant
roller skating rink, built by Commodore
Davidson, on Fourth near Wabashaw street,
will !><_• opened to the public by next Saturday
iiiu'ht. The rink is one of the most spacious
and elegant affairs of tbe kind in the north
west. Appro; it h to this it Is hinted that Mrs.
Cbaa. H.un<-.-, assistant manager of the
Opera bouse, is to be transferred to the rink.
While this may bphoßOaWol to the rink the
chuiiL r ' id to be regretted, from the fact
llull the smiling face and genial manners
of Mrs. Haincs will be greatly missed by the
patrons of the Grand, with wbicti she bas
bveu closely identilled for so many years.
Beside* this her perfect familiarity with the
details of tbe business and her widespread
acquaintance aidi theatrical managers of th*
country cannot help but make such .1 cbanzs
redound to the di»4<ivanlage of the Opera
Quite a sensation was created cttbe Teitro
RoMiii: Venice, a fhort time since, wberc
they wore giving Mme. Angot, by the non
eppcarance of tbe Jruor, Angc Pitou, at Ihs
proper moment. Search was made every
where, which resulted not only in the assur
ance of bis flig'ut but aba that of Mlle.Lnngc.
O' course, n% soon as this was discovered.
the public was Immediately rclievcJ, as this
knowu to I><* the babit of tenors, ami nothing
I<_vs could be expected of one; but fancy the
Indignation of the drar people at beins
cheated out of their sensation by the n-nrs
that the lady accompanying the tenor in bis
flight bad been bis true and lawful wife for
r i.me time previous. The frequenters of tbe
Rottln] are cndggUag their brain* to find out
rby a tenor shnald elope with bis own wife,
and have not as ycl surcerded in solving
tho pool : _
ToyTrt:nk«! Toy Trtinkn!
Mothers, don*; forget to buy one of Garland's
heaatiful toy trunk.* far roar little one.
James McMillan & Co.,
Proprietors of the
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L.AST WEEK OF
THREE DELIGHTFUL OTESTILDIESTS.
li Europe Witt Great Sculptors!
An Il't.ir Amid the Fiincinalion*
of ths Sculptor's Art, in Famou*
European Galleries. Gorgeou*
Reproductions. Homes and
L . vet of Immortal Artists.
ROOHD THE BAY OF NAPLES.
The Fairest Land on Earth. Bid
ly and .1: na. M tjemtic Vesuvius.
A Walk Through the Streets of
Pompeii. The Incomparable
Bay by Moonlight.
Wednesday Eve's, Deo. 17.
John L. Stoddard'g Last Appearance.
THE CASTLE-BORDEBED BHIKE.
A Journey Along and Over the
Noble hiver, by Rail t Car
riage Along Its Banks, or by
Steamer Across Its Waters. Le
gend-laden Castles* Blossgrovun
Rains. Peaceful and Historic
Towns. An Evening of Constant
Surprises and Delights.
THE PERFECTION OF ILLISTR !
Tickets for all eieain£fl bow on rale.
Seventh street, near Jackson.
Pat Coxlet, Prop. Edwis P. lliltox, Manager.
Dec. l-.tli Week.
Matinee* — Wednesday and Saturday.
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Admission 25 Cents !
j XST The B«:sr Sj«d«nt. the Mrrry Wives of
Win »or. acd the Journey Amend tbe World,
on tbe programme for tbe evening.
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CO.\ER SIYE.\TH AM) PISE STREETS,
Now Open to the Public.
flu i ReliaUa Ho. 1? Easl M street, Has Gdmbjl
Its HEW LACE BOOM, anil also Displays an
mm Ml of Goods. ,
This is the Oldest and Most Complete
In the North.
We are still offering Great Bargains in
our enormous and select Stock of Car
pets, Wall Papers and Upholstery Goods is vast
ly increased this season by the largest invoices
ever shipped to St. Paul.
We show in our stock of
The most Saperb Selections that the Eastern markets offer, and oar Purchases
In Carpets alone exceed in Quantity any .shipment f Ttr made to thU
citj and embraces the Newest and Mo»t Desirable Effects in
Wilton's, lelof, Lowell, 1 is, Hartforfl, k Coil's
American&EnglisliTaDßstryßrnssßls, inNo.l.2 1 3&4 grain.
•f til the leading manufacturers of the United States: In ? plies we show specialties of twenty dUti
•nt manufacturers, their choice pattern* In Extra Supers, ranging from 85c to $1 a yard. Wt alia
aavc Ingrain* from 3Oc to Tsc a yard.
The »>erial and magnificent Patterns direct from the loom* of snch well-known Carpet Msno'M
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over : and this season's Patterns exceed anything ever before attained in point of richness and novel
COMPLETE STOCKS OF LINOLEUM AND OIL CLOTH
Cheap to the Trade.
O-ar XJpholsterv Department
Shows the finest line of Baw Silks, Damasks, Kept, Terrace, Etc., Etc.
Our Lace Department
Contains Everything from la cents per yard to $75.00 per window.
Our "Window Shade Department,
booil- in this Line of Every Quality and Price.
Our "Wall Paper Department.
Papers can be had at New York Prices, Wholesale or Retail. 1 splendid line
if >creen* and other noTelties. The '.otHU baring all been selected by Mr
Jiatbeitt, they are guaranteed as to quality.
OUR MANUFACTURING DEPARTMENT
lias been greatly increased, both in numbers and talent, and those who faror this
bouse with orders for work will find no delay. House* wires should make a note
of this when engaged in house renovation.
Our New Store,
Corner Seventh and Pine Streets,
Will have as compete an assortment of
; Goods as the THIRD STREET Estab
lishment Customers can call at either store,
, according to their convenience and be sure of
. finding a
COMPLETE STOCK D EVERY RESPECT.
THE I. L. ANDERSON STOCK
Which we purchased, has been Removed to the
I New Store, corner of Seventh and Pine, where
BARGAINS will still be offered, which will as
tonish the people of the Northwest This is a
Special Bargain Sale and will be closed out
This powder nerer Tarla*. a marvel of •urttj
strength and wholesomeaes*. More economical
than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be told la
competition with the multitude* of low test, short
weight, slum or phosphate powder*. sold only
means. Rotal Bakus PowsxxCo. 180 Wai
street. New Yor*.
The Purchasing Publio are respectfully In
vited to consult this Bargain Column for
various articles of Merchandise, offered for
sale by St. Paul Merchants.
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Foundries. Finest selection
DFTAITrO I of " eatin Bf °ve»la the North-
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1V I lA7 . Ka>t Third street,
IT IS TIME to secure sittings for Holiday
Photographs. For fine work at reasonable
prices, go to Greenleaf's, 27 East Third street;
atest Improvements and satisfaction guaranteed.
BOOK S At A * D * HASLETrs «
AND No. 183 near Jackson,
KUN cheap for CASH.
HOI ID I COOPS.
ALBUMS, picture frames, shopping bag*,
writing desks, jewel cases, work boxes,
dressing and toilet sets, toy*, fame's fine cutlery,
portfolios, pocket-books, etc., etc., at A. D.
Ha*letr*, IH3E. 7th near Jackson, cheap for cash.
CRIZI WORK, KEISM«TO!I.
SILK. 1c SKEIN; SILK ARRASKNB, 4c |
Wool, 2^c; Crewels, sc; Filling Silk, 4ct
t:henllle, sc; Tinsel, 15c; Crescents, Bannef
Rods, Angora Wool, Mi: ball; Ice Wool, 8c;
Saxony and Shetland, We skein ; Crazy Stltcn
Books, 25c. Goods kent by mail. Price Ustf
Donaldson's, 139 Seventh. St. Paul
MAHAN & CUMBErS,
31 and 33 East Third street,
CMstias Tree Ornaments !
Ploaso ncoept a. "box of <f?m
MA II AN &01 MIIKVS
I ><-li<.'ioi(M lion. linns.
To British Subjects,
British subject* residing within this Vice-Con
sular District, are hereby notified that a Register
is open at this Vice-Consulate, for the rei;i.-tral
tion of Births of children of British subjtctC
born within this district during the period o(
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.
11. B. TRKHKBITR,
330 British Vice-Consul, St. Paul, Minn.
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A.vos!UYocure for Ola Ulcers and Sores of every
name and description, no matter bow many yean
Handing. This i» th- heavy artillery of salves for
Sores of longstanding. XTI 4'
Cures also Chilblains. fkj&JLfl/?/
Hairs, Cuts, Felons, A^Sr/i-fr//^
Scalds, Frost Ditosic.yfyJCAi^/W^C^N
All genuine bear* thc(V\ DnjerlutkChemik.
toll owing signature: gx. PAIL UI.V.N.
GOAL AND WOOD.
Offer the best grades of Anthracite an' 1 Bitaml
noas Coal at tbe very lowest market prices.
Their coal Is fresh from the mines and well
screened. And their Body Wood cannot bo
equaled In the state.
A share of your patronage Is solicited.
41 East Third Street
Corner of Cedar.
BEISBIN & FABWELL,
• ;';, •;.-' room «|
Corner clWabasbaw and Fourth streets.
\- ■•' '< '-' C\tr } i trees Office.
The Minnesota Stone Comp'y,
Wholesale ami Retail Dealers In
Sorth River and Pennsylvania Blue Stone,
SAWED OHIO FLAGGING.
Sidewalk Flagging a Specialty.
W». F. VA > > OKI 0 n. Art. A Manager,
Offices— Room S6 Wood's Block, Mixxeapolu.
" —Room 6, Cham. Com. Bulld'g, St. Paoi,
"^caacaawjt^. ti Takes no other
'¥ ■' » ' 0 iw t r m~ noßr **hnisnt.
j*f/f\A RY sm«
% # jAf/J/ «*'• Hu»4T«ctaof
M MJmmrJ^ • mmilartwtixuo.
trials, %* w«li m t-.ii.-o? :rom r«pßUbU< i<b;*icuaa
* tnrouirtiiiut th« whole IT.H., W*tliy to tb« worth of
HOKLICfS POOD FOX »rA>TB AND UfTAUSS.
B(M|uirr4 no cooktnjc. Beat food la health or »:.:!t
--asm 40 and cv. By alt dniniata. Book seat frea.
liOKI.K X- KOOU ('([., ItaelßC, Win.
Air Mat by mul oi. nceiptof price la »iuui>s.-&H