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Kcut'» Pioneer r-irkujfl Delivery
Omnibus and dray line. Parcels re- ;
moved for 10 to 35 cents. Trunks removed
for 25 cents. Pianos removed for S3. Ex- |
cursion 'buses to let Stoves and trunks
stored for 50 cents per month. Packing*
and shipping of furniture by experienced
workmen at reasonable rates. Also lades'
employment office.* Domestics furnished
on short notice. - Oilice No. 209 West
Seventh street Telephone 48-2. For
warding and storage a specialty.
Electric light Photography.
In none of the Eastern cities has the art
of photography obtained a higher degree of
perfection than here in St Paul. T. M.
Swem. whose studio is located at 419 Wa
basha street has for the past week been
engaged in a series of experiments with the
electric light for photographic purposes, the
result being a perfect success in every sense
of the term. By his new process he is en
abled to produce a picture of great brill
iancy and delicacy, while the half tones
would be hard to equal in any country or
clime by daylight. Mr. Swem has the rep
utation of being one of the finest photogra
phers In the country, as his work shows,
and these short days he has been compelled
to make some arrangement for his lamely
increased trade, which is composed of the
best people of the city. With the use of his
electric process, people who find it impossi
ble to get time for sittings during the day
can now call af'er business hours, with
chances of getting really better work than
by daylight. On Monday evening. Nov.
15. an informal reception will be given at :
his studio at the above number, where in- j
terestea parties can call and witness this
new departure in the art line. A general ]
invitation is extended to the public, old 1
customers as well as others.
Next Saturday r
At 2 o'clock is the great auction sale of lots
on Rice street See advertisement
And a large, warm depot building at Wee
•street will make it easy for all to attend the
auction sale of 100 lots next Satuiday at 2
Lots Will be Valuable
"Where there are two miles of sidetrackage
for manufacturing and shipping. 7.000 feet
of business frontage on Rice street a ten- .
mile thoroughfare draining three townships, |
hourly trains giving cheap and quick transit,
iron mills in process of construction, to em
ploy 200 hands, beautiful elevations with
shade trees for residence purposes, with
twenty buildings erected the first year,
proximity to a fine lake, and prices still
only half those of inferior suburban loca
tions. Such are the 100 lots to be sold next
Saturday at auction.
Down-town jeweler. F. M. Finch, has re
turned from the East bringing rich gifts to
the people of the city. His knowledge of
the business, his fair dealing, his conserva
tive principles are well known, and we pre
dict he will soon come to the front as oni
of the leading jewelers of the city. A rich
tieat awaits all who call at his new store.
193 East Third street.
LOCAL. .HK.> *r 10>'.
Auction Sale of Jewelry.
Tbe auction sale last evening of jewelry at
183 East Seventh street, was a great success
— bouse crowded with our best citizens until
11 o'clock. All were well pleased with the bar
gains they bought and the gentlemanly way
of conducting the sale. The stock is one of
the largest, finest and best-selected stocks ol
fine gold and silver watches, jewelr., clocks,
knives, forks. ' spoons and everything thus
you would expect to find In a first-class jew
elry store, that 1 have ever sold. You can
get an idea of the styles and quality by look
ing in at the show-window to-day as jo.
pass. The sale will continue nine, after
noon and evening each dif uuti l all is sold.
Every article will be carefully described aim
money refunded if not as represented. Come
and see. P. T. Kavanaugb & Co., auction
Grand San Francisco Excursion*.
Tbe 111-.uois Central railroad will run fiv«
grand excursions to San Fraacisco via New
Orleans and the Southern Pacific, leavin.
Chicago, Nov. 16. Dec. 14, Jan. 11. Feb. 1."
and March 15. Kates for the round trip. $80
For turther particulars address F. B. Howe-
General Northern Passenger Agent Illinois
Central Railroad, 121 Randolph street, Chi
The i inpkt
And cheapest line of heating stoves in the
city is at Hertz _ Bliss', No. 74 East Seventh
You can rely on work done either in type
writ!— or shorthand if you go to Auna C.
Drew, Hale block.
In gloves and mittens at Edward .F Mues'.
137 Dakota avenue.
<sU Your Druggist ****"""■
For Nutting's pure fruit tablets.
Lookinz down the line of our most sub
stantial business houses one can easily trace
the growth of firms wnich but a few year?
ago were established with a stock that would
but suffice to start a peanut stand, and the I
success is due alone to the fact that thy
have understood their business, are strictl.i
honest and untiring in their efforts to plea^
their customers. This is the record of Ala ■
St rouse, whose store is locate l at 183 and 1-
West Seventh street, where you will vow find
an enormous assortment of mens' and boys'
overcoats, in the cheapest and finest grades:
mens' and I oys' suits at lowest prices, a
wed as the test makes; hats, caps and un
derwear at prices unsurpassed by other deal
ers. He makes no false pretenses, and ad
vertises nothing but what he can substan
tiate. He makes an assertion, seemingly
bold, however, that whi c he is doinir hasinesf
at less expense than any bouse in the North
west of similar size, he can give customers
inducements in his line that other dealers
cannot duplicate. Call aud examine goods
A very large and elegant assortment of
woolen yarns at bottom i>rkts at Edward F.
Mues', 137 Dakota aveuue.
Typewriting or shorthand from dictation.
Anna C. Drew.
"Reception ! Reception! Reception
Annual reception at Essery's photograph
parlors, beginning Thursday, Nov. 11, and
closing Saturday evening.
i pew riling,
Copying of all kinds, Anna C. Drew, Hale
Chips and Caramels.
For the finest Boston chips and opera cara
mels go to Nut.ing's, 33 East Third street.
Ladies' and Gents'' Underwear. 9
Very large and complete stock at low prices.
Call and see them at Edward F. Mues, 137
If lack Ostrich feathers
Dyed golden brown, garnet olive and green,
shaded edged or mixed in two colors, at
Julien's, 69 West Seventh street, six doors
above Market hall.
Cabinet I liotos $3 Per Dozen.
All styles; finest finish. Secure sittings.
Booker, fine portrait photographer, 105 East
If You Contemplate
Giving a party or reception, call on Nutting,
33 Bast Third street, before going elsewhere.
~~ " Have You a Profession?
If not learn shorthand and woewiitlng.
THE ST. PATH, V&Bj~Z GLUX®. . SUNDAY MOK_n^G. _TOVE_£BEI_ 14, tSS6— SIXTEEN PAGES.
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AnnaC. Brew, Hale bloc's, corner Third and
Ashes. Refuse, *tlan*ar** and Garbage
Removed by the St. Paul Odorless company.
Boom 87, Court block. Telephone call, 621-3.
Don't Go On Dress Parad :
"With that soiled toboggan suit. Have them
beautifully cleaned at Angels', 132 East Ninth
street, two doors from Robert.
To see fine photos and other works of art go
to Essery's 211, East Seventh street.
The Finest stock
Of French crystallzed fruits In the city at
Nutting's, 33 East Thiid street.
On Tuesday. .Nov. 16,
The People's Ice company will remove their
office to Na 45 East Fourth street, in Union
block, where they will be pleaded to attend to
the wants of their old friends und patron-
Elder Down Hoods. Caps and Jack
All colors, new and elegant designs. Edward
F. Mues, 137 Dakota avenue.
Shorthand and Typewriting .
Taught day. evening and by mail. Anna C.
Drew, Hale block, corner Third and Jackson.
At Essery's photograph parlors Thursday,
Friday and Saturday, including Saturday
74 East S« v nih Street.
F'-r the finest display of cutlery, carvers*
and bouse furnishing goods, go to Hertz &
Bliss', No. 74 East Seventh street.
At J. T. McMillan's pork packing house, cor
ner Eighth and Minnesota streets, spare ribs,
tenderloins, plucks, heads, feet, sausages,
leaf laid, etc., cheap.
Be I dependent.
No matter what your circumstances now
are learn shorthand and typewriting and pre
pare for the future. Auna C. Drew, Hale
block, corner Third and Jackson.
Atthe Annual Itecpption
We will be pleased to see all our friends and
patrons. Emery, 211 East Seventh street.
How About lour Correspondence?
Are you behind? I will Bfind a stenographer
or typewriter and straighten you out, Anna
C. Drew, Hale block.
FITCH— In this city. Nov. 13, 1886. at ia. tu.,
Mrs. Mary E. Fitch, in ber 83d year. Fun
eral from Christ church on Monday, th
l'tb ins*—, at 2:45 p. m. Friends are kindly
requested not to send flowers.
CLARK— In St. Paul. Minn., at No, 613 Lin
den street. Nov. 13, 1886, Amanda Clark,
aged 66 years.
MEKRYWEATHER— On N0v.12, at the family
residence, 543 Wabasha, John L. Merry*
weather, aged 59 years. Funeral at 2:30 p.
amp**?? em Kyr_ '
GRAND OPERA HOUSE,
Three Nights and Wednesday Matinee, com
mencing Monday, Nov. 15.
The latest invasion of the drama by Chas.
H. Hoyt. author of "A Hole in the Grouni,'
••A Ra* Ba.y," "A Parlor Mutch," "A Bunch
of Keys," etc., entitled
The entire production under the personal di- I
CHAS. H. HOYT. t
Sale of seats now open.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
£ N. SCOTT, Manager.
Three rights. commencing TUESDAY.
NOV*. 18. Matinee Saturday at 2 p. m
Matchless and magnificent presentation o.
LIGHTS O' LONDON!
Grandest of scenic dramas!
An unprec -deute 1 cast!
\nd superb and wondrous scenery. The sale
if seats will commence on Tuesday morning
at 9 o'clock.
Grand Opera House.
L. N. SCOTT, Manager.
Week commencing Monday, Nov. 22.
Boston Ideals !
"vv". H. FOSTER, Manager and Proprietor.
Monday Victor, the Blue Stocki
Tuesday Marth .
•Vedoes lay Maid of Honoi
I'hanks-ivi.ig Matinee Fra Diavol«
Thanksgiving Eveninar Bohemian Gir *
Friday AJiua, or the Eden of Lovi
Saturday Matinee Mart
Saturday Eve ..Grand Farewell Performauci
'■'He. Zelie Lussan, Marie S'one,
Louise Blasche, Ames H intington.
Torn Karl. W. 11. Lawton,
11. C. B irnabee. W. _. Mac Do said,
»V. H. Clark, Clement Bai abridge,
.fluent id Chorus and Orctestra.
Sale of reserved seats opens Friday, Nov
19, at 9 o'clock a. m.
OLYMPIC" THEATER !
SEVENTH STREET, NEAR JACKSON.
Pat Conley, Prop'r. Edwin P. Hilton, Mang'r.
Nov. During the Week.
And First Matinee Saturlay.
"T* Extraoro n.iry Engagement of._£gJ
GILF^THER & SCOTT'S CD., IN
A Mes-eu_er from J;:rvis Section. A gre :
Comedy. i gre t Star Cast, li a led by Miss
JES.-l- WEST, who, durinsr the action of the
play will in r< duce her latent Sonars. Dane. s.
Banjo Solos, e;c. Elegant singe apo.i n
men - and startling situations. The mos.
Successful drama of the present a.'C.
Admission We, Sao. Sae, 50c and Si
FIRST SUNDAY EYEXI3G CONCERT
MISS EMMA NIELSOX, Soprano.
TMs Sunday EYe_i__, Noy. 14.
Admission, 25 cents
Miss Marie Geist and Mr. Paul StoeYin*.
First — Tuesday Evening, Nov. - 16.
Second Concert— Tuesday Evening, Nov. 30,
NATHAN FORD'S MUSIC BOOMS.
Tickets for the two Concerts, $1 : single
admission, 7."» cents. Tickets for salo at E.
Geist's and W. J. Dyer-roe. •
V f ' -W I mm^n f*i MnW!^-m\\ BUMo K^VM
ON FIFTH STREET '
Half Block East of Postoffice, will offer next
week, commencing *
Monday, Nov. 15,
Ever Offered in SL Paul, in
F^ /*_ J§k E^ 33 $^_\
LJ v/ _J £/ \_> U %_%**£✓ p
A portion of these goods have. been slightly
damaged by water at the recent lire in the
Sherman Block and will be sold
It will pay everybody who wants to buy any
of the above goods to call on the St. Paul Car
pet Company before buying elsewhere. ;
We are now prepared with a full force of
practical workmen to sew and lay Carpets,
make and put up Window Shades and Drape
ries, and do all work promptly.
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St. Paul Carpet Co.
EDWARD SCOTT, President
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A REWARD ¥ LABOR!
It looks easy enough to saw wood well, but just try
it once, and see what a __ ling job you will make of
it. One lias to know just how to do it easily and well.
It's this knowing just how to make the style of Cloth
ing that the people want, and then "ting goofs
honest work into it, that has given THE BOSTON, St.
Paul, the people's trade and made it the people's -popu
lar clothier. Selling only honest, well-made, reliable
Clothing, and guaranteeing it to be right in price, has
given us the confidence of the buying public. Our
stock of fine tailor-made Suits, O zercoats and Trousers
for the present season is so enormous, and our trade
has increased to such an extent, that we have been
obliged to engage extra salesmen in order that each
customer may receive that careful attention that is due
him. Extra tall men, or extra stout men, who hereto
fore have been obliged to have their Overcoats or Suits
made to order, will be glad to know that we can fit
them here to their entire satisfaction from our ready
made stock. Remember this, you extra tall and extra
stout men, and throw no more money away at a tailor's,
as we have Clothing right here for you, all ready to
put on, and fit guaranteed.
Boston One-Pries Clothing House,
Corner Third and Robert Streets, St. Paul.
JOSEPH McKEY & CO.
The Finest Clothing House in the West.
UliOi gy^ Li Uu_-ll jy j. iij
Wishes to announce to the citizens of St. P^ul and
the No :thwest generally that from this date all goods
in his line will be sold at the lowest possible living
prices, and orders will be filled in the most satisfac
tory manner, in .h ~i latest styles and designs.
He has in stock an Elegant Line of
Ladies 1 Seal Garments,
Sacques, Fur-lined Garments, Mink Sacques, Astra
chans, etc., also a large selection of
Gentlemen's Fine Coats
in Russian Lamb. Persiaa am*. Astra Lamb. Mink. Re ver. Otter. Rac
coon. _u_alo, et.-. A great variety of all kinds oi'
Ladies' Pur Sets
In Lynx, Beaver, Otter, Seal, Marten, Nutria. Ru-sian Fox, Chinchilla, Raccoon,
Long-haired iionxey, ety.
For all kinds of Fur Renairin-rs. Work done on fie shortest possible notice,
and prices satisfactory to customers.
All kinds of Fur Trimmings constantly k^t in sto'k. A full and elegant!
sto or Ladies' and (rents Seal Caps aad Gloves always on hand-
Charles E.Danneberg, j
THE RELIABLE FURRIER, |
208-212 East Seventh Street.
St. Paul, - - ~ " . Minn.
Faded Seal Skin Garments recolored and remodeled to perfection.
X aucu. uoux uixx^ ■ •• _-_»_aiiß_il»__jN*_s_-^
FA RTH I
JL___HL_Ll JL JUL •
We are altogether
differently inclined. Of
course, all we talk to
you, or pretend to know
anything about, is
We know FURNI
TURE and nothing else.
We sell loads of good
Furniture daily. You
buy j your Furniture
of 9 N. ADLER, and
you get the very best
there is for the money.
This is a plain talk and
and we do as we say.
Our stock for the Holi
days coming is rather
too large; we did not
intend to go in so ex
we are anxious to un
load to keep the stock
in good shape. Judge
our goods and prices.
The money is yours and
we are more than will
ing to give you tho
most for it.
S. N. ADLER,
408 Jackson Street.
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I MEN'S I
I Underwear !
I White Merino Shirts an J Drawers, |*
1 j 75c each. i
9 Pine Scarlet all-wool Undershirts, W
■ double chest and double track, j
| $1.50 each. 4
1 The same in extra flue quality. y
I" $2. each. jj
Fine White L amis wool Shirts and |
Draweig, $1.50 eacu. 3
Camel's Hair Shirts and Drawers. ' j
£1.25 each, ij
A very fine grade of Camel's Hair 8
Shirts and Drawers, $2.35 each. jf
9 Extra fine Scotch wool, regular a
m male ; seamless) Underwear, in 2
3 aay size, Only $5 a suit. \_
I Fancy Underwear in very large va- fa
I riety. I
Full-Dress-Shirts. 16 and 22 pleats, 5
Only $1.50. |
FUR CA D S, 1G and 22 pleats. I
Onlj *j1.50. a
GLOVES AND I
Amongst a treat variety of Fine 8
Neckwear I show t..J< week a fi
very handsome ENGLISH FIAT. I
H. L. BENEDICT, J
MEN'S FURNISHER, I
420 Wabasha Street 1
Three doors tclow Seventh. |
ST. PAUL, MINN. 8
BEa-ffi* - i»'*r^w»"yT_-___t
* [ WHITNEY AND
i ' FDR BEAVER
With Nutria Beaver Rolling Collar and CufTs
sellinsr at -522. S2.""> ami $30, are a treiun i
dous bargain, Selling elsewhere for Si .-»__
upwards more than we ask for tha",
0. S. One-Price Clctbing Co.,
Cor. Seventh and Jackson Sts.,
>y'"y.,'-' '■■"-»•*= ''"■■'
DR, J. G. WALKER,
Eye and Ear Surgeon,
104 East Third street. S . Paul. Minn.
Largest Stock of irtificlil Eyes in t_* 1 ss.