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Quicker Time to Chicago.
On Sunday, "May 22, the Chicago, Mil
waukee & St. Paul railroad will shorten
tin- time of its afternoon train to Chi
cago one hour and twenty minutes. ■
This train will then leave Minnneapolis
at 2:20 p. in,*, St. Paul at p. na., La
Crosse at 8:20 p. m., Milwaukee at 4:15
a. in. and arrive at Chicago at 7a. in. I
Ticket offices 102 Kast Third street ami
union depot, St. Paul, and No. 7 Nicol
let house and ".Milwaukee depot," .Min
Of water consumers is called to the rule
regarding the use of hose, see adver
The Proclamation. i
I want everybody to know that the
fifty who responded to my call for free
treatment for catarrh, asthma, or bron
chitis, by Dr. 'league's medicated air,
report the most benefit ever before re
ceived. Come one ami all suffering as
above. Free treatment and a perfect
cure. The industrial classes particu
larly invited this week. Open evenings
and Sunday. 217 Kast Seventh street,
St. Paul. .1. E-A.B_.KY, Gen. Agent.
The finest line in the city. St. Paul
Hardware company, 78 and SO East Sev- '
The Fair Grounds.
The sixty-five acres known as the sair
grounds, at Minneapolis, have been sold
to E. ('. Holms and Oren 1). Brown.
Mr. Holmes is the president of tin- First
National bank, of Detroit, Minn., and,
Mr. Brown is the cashier. Tin- price at j
whicii this ground was sold is not given. :
but we learn through one of the best
posted real estate men of our city that
the purchasers have made not less than
$200,000 in this purchase. The lay of
the land is most beautiful, and we un
derstand it is to be platted at once ami
put on the market. If this property was
in St. Paul and similarly situated it
could readily be sold for "■('". oiK) per acre
within ten days in bulk, and we know
of no reason why it will not bring as
much in our flourishing sister city. We
extend to Messrs. Holms and 'Drown
our hearty congratulations for their good
By the latest invention is now in run-'
nine order, Call and see before giving
work out and get our prices. Sansoih_|
«!C Co., 412 Sibley street.
Pearless ami Gem
Ice cream freezers at wholesale prices.
St. Paul Hardware company, 78 and .0
East Seventh street.
Keau all Nieolay & Co.'s Ads
In real estate and auction columns to
Carpet Cleaning War.
Get our prices. Work guaranteed
Sansoiue „ Co., 412 Sibley street.
For house furnishing hardware go
to the St. Paul Hardware company, 78
and SO East Seventh street, where you
will find the largest stock and lowest
prices in the city.
Lawyers, take notice! The under
signed, an attorney-at-law, duly admit
ted to practice in the supreme court of
Wisconsin in 1888, would like a position
with some good reliable law firm in St.
Paul or Minneapolis, Can speak Ger
man and give first-class references. Ad
dress A. .1. F. Yoigt, 51 East Fourth
street, St. Paul.
Read all Nieolay & Co.'s Ads
In real estate and auction columns to
Work guaranteed. Sansome & Co., 412
Water Coolers and Filters.
Immense stock, all styles and prices.
St. Paul Hardware company, 78 and SO,
East Seventh street.
A „ A AC EM EST.
NOTICK— ALL, POOL I'I.AYKKS DE
I*l sirous of entering a pool tournament
will call for particulars at 15 East Fifth st
I. W. Shnte.
GKIBBEN— At Allegheny, IVini.. 13th inst.,
Aurelia Frances, infant daughter of .Mr
and Mrs. .1. ]*. Gribben, St. Paul. Notice of
STEVENS— In st. Paul, Minn.. Hay 14.
1887, Elizabeth 1... only child of W. I), and
A. I). Stevens, aged 2 weeks and 1 day.
BARRY— In St. Paul, at residence of parents,
625 Ganl tier street, Jessie Frances, Infant
daughter of John and Ellen Parry. Fu
neral Monday, May 10, at lo a. m.
JACKSOX— In st. Paul at residence 220
Nash street, Thomas Jackson, aged 07
years. Funeral Sunday at 2p. m. Services
at St. Mary's church. ' Friends invited to
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GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
One Week, commencing Monday, May
GRAND SPECTACULAR SUCCESS,
W.J. GIL}! ORE'S
THE GOLDEN BRANCH.
Rich in its Embellishment; the Most
Perfect Spectacle ever produced in this
THREE PREMIERS !
Theater delightfully cool; lighted by
Incandescent lights. Secure seats early
GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
Three Nights, Commencing Monday,
May 23. Grand Matinee Wednesday.
ENGAGEMENT OF MRS.
AND HER OWN COMPANY,
From the Prince's Theater. London.
Monday evening, "A Wife's Peril.''
Tuesday evening. "Lady of Lyons."
Wednesday Matinee. ••Pygmalion and
Galatea." Wednesday evening, "Lady
Clancaity." Sale of seats begins
Fhursday, May 19.
Seventh Street, near Jackson.
Pat Conley, Prop.— Edwin P. Hilton, Man.
May 16, For Seven Nights Only!
Special one Week's Engagement of the
THE WORLDS FAVORITE
VARIETY STAR CO.
This is a Fine Combination and it
GIVES A GREAT SHOW.
Prices, 10c, 25c, 35c, 50c and $1,
The Original and Only Successful
WAR PANORAMA I
ACCURATE hi its SCENIC EFFECTS
Opeu Day and Evening.
Csr. Sixth and St. Peter Sts., St. Paul.
Northwest Cor. Seventh and Jackson Streets, St. Paul, Minn, j
Wholesale and Retail.
VERY CHEAP. I
TO-MORROW we shall Display New Assort
Wash Fabrics !
New Satteens ! New Zephyr Ginghams!
New Organdies ! New Toile dv Nords !
25,000 YARDS OF
At the Extraordinary Low Price of
10 CENTS PER YARD !
(30 inches wide. . Please do not mistake^
I this for the narrow width Satteens. J
These Goods will, of course go very fast, as nothing like it
has been offered before at that price — therefore please call
Corsets! Laces !
IN LARGE ASSORTMENTS.
TO REDUCE THE STOCK OF OUR
Cloak Department !
Northwest Corner Seventh and Jackson Streets.
(Agent for Harper's Bazar Patterns.)
THE SAINT : PAUL DAILY GLOBE: SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 15, 1887.— TWENTY PAGES.
IN MIND I
RANSOM & HORTON,
Have by long odds the tastiest Side*-- 1
Stiff Hats j |
AND ;',_ I
(See their windows.) 7 •
QUiDTQ T0 ORDER!
Oilffil B O 6 for $10.50.
We Have a New Supply of
Red Lantern Globes,
For Street Obstructions.
Donaldson, Ogden & Go.
Cor. Sibley and Sixth Streets.
Architectural Iron Work.
Founders, Machinists, Blacksmiths and
Pattern Makers. Send for cuts of col
umns. Works on St. P., M. & M. R. R.,
near Como avenue. Office 118 E. Fourth
street, St. Paul. C. M. POWER, Secre
tary and Treasurer.
Room 13 Gilfillan Block. j
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Proposals, to heat with steam, the
High School in the City of Crookston,
Minnesota, comprising ten rooms and
four hallways, will be received by the
Board of Education of said city, up to
June 10, 1887.
The Board reserves the right to reject
any and all bids.
By order of the Board of Education.
JOHN CROMB, Clerk.
Dated, Crookston, Minn., May 11, A.
GEARS MADE OR CUT TO ORDER !
FRANKLIN MACHINE WORKS,
380 Robert Street, St. Paul.
§B__ST TEETH 88
Sutherland & Ray.
Painless Dentists. From
1 to 28 teeth extracted
In one minute without .
any pain whatever. "So
chloroform. No ether.
No poisonous drugs.
Gold Fillings, g1.50.
Largest dental estab
lishment west of New
York city. 38 Washing
ton avenue south, Min
neapolis. Open Even
ings and Sunday.
Flowers, Roses and Leaves of all De
scriptions. The Largest Assortment in
F. Ductus, French Bakery
160 West Third Street.
I SHORTHAND. I
The Best and Most Popular
School is at the corner of Seventh
and Jackson streets.
W. K. MULL/KEN. Principal. j
City Treasuuek's Office, [
St. Paul, May 9, 1887. j
The City of St. Paul hereby invites
proposals from the National Banks,
State Banks and Private Banks, until
the 20th day of May, 1887, at the hour of
:$ o'clock p. in. of said day, stating what
security will be given to said city for its
funds (except the money belonging to
the Board of Education thereof) de
posited daily by the Treasurer of said
city, and what interest will be paid by
said banks to the city on daily balances
of the amount so deposited, upon condi
tion that said funds, with the accrued
interest, shall be held subject to drafts
by the City Treasurer thereon, and the
payment thereof, at all times on demand,
under the provisions of section 13, of
chapter 2, of the Special Laws of the
State of Minnesota, approved the 2d day
of March, A. D. ISS3, and pursuant to a
resolution of the Common Council of the
City of St. Paul, approved May 5, 1587.
Address all proposals to
GEORGE REIS, City Treasurer.
Summit Avenue Park
I will sell at auction on the premise?*
No. 251 Summit Place, oir
Wednesday, May 18,
At 2 o'clock in the afternoon, the
very fine property at the above num
ber, consisting* of a finely-built resi
dence of nine rooms and basement,
and an exceptionally fine lot, 50x140
feet. The residence was built under
the immediate supervision of the
owner, and neither pains nor expense
were spared to make it a model home
in every sense of the word; nothing'
but the very best of material was
used in the construction of the build
ing-, and the result was a remarka
bly comfortable and convenient
house; the grounds are handsomely
terraced and command a full view
of Summit Avenue Park, as well as
the most picturesque portion of our
city, and this view can never be
obstructed. The terms will be made
very easy. There is to-day no finer
piece of residence property on the
market, being convenient and cen
tral. The neighborhood is the finest,
the property being in the immediate
vicinity of the beautiful residences
of Commodore N. W. Kittson, the
Presley residence, D. W. Ingersoll,
the elegant residence of Mr. Dicker
man, now being erected at a cost of
§35,000, and many others. To any
one desiring a really fine home, this
is an exceptionally fine opportunity.
For further particulars call on
422 Wabasha Street.
$3 SHOE. ftgjjS**^
The best $3 Shoe In the *H£ /•* f
world. Best material, sty- Yfo®/ o* I
lish, perfect fit; Congres s Jjrfo I £* 1
Button or Lace; all Jt?y "**» \
styles toe. Equals a ny j&t®/ Az'* A
$5 or SO Shoe. >%s>/ £* JA
Costs nothing to jfflvyy. ■_►
examine y^°y yfy^^G *_
them at your dealer's. I send information
free how to obtain these celebrated $3 Shoes,
if your dealer does not keep them. W. L.
Douglas' $2.50 Shoe equals S3 Shoes adver
tised by othef firms. Boys all wear W. L.
Douglas' S2 Shoe. Beware of fraud. None
genuine unless name and price are stamped
on bottom of each Shoe.
W. L. DOUGLAS, Brockton, Mass.
Cincinnati Shoe Company, 173 East Sev
Rochette & Sons, 211 West Seventh Street.
P. J. Broderick, Corner Western and Selby
Funk & Knauft, 271 East Seventh Street
WHITE BEAR LAKE,
" The Great Summer Resort!"
This fine large hotel has been
newly furnished throughout and
under the management of Mr. Green,
the famous eastern caterer. Secure
your rooms early.
JOS. GREEN, Prop.
DO YOU REQUIRE A
HOT AIR FURNACE,
Or Anything Pertaining to Them or
In each department we . employ the
best mechanics ami guarantee all work
done by us.
62 East Third Street.
Established in St. Paul, 1855
P. V. & BROS.,
AND DEALERS IN
Fine Art Gas Fixtures
96 E. Third Street, St. Paul.
We carry a large stock of'
Artistic Gas Fixtures and
Modern Plumbing Material,
At our Branch Store, 16 SECOND AYE.
NUE W., DULUTH, MINN.
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The public have found out by this time, that the U. S. makes no assertions or
promises that they cannot substantiate. The very active business we are doing would
seem to render advertising unnecessary, but the wonderful growth and increase of
St. Paul, and the late arrivals .who may not be posted as to where the best and
most reliable Clothing can be had for the least money, will be repaid for their time
investigating the facts.
WHY will men work hard all day for $1, $2 or $3, then throw it away, when
that sum could be saved in from ten to 30 minutes by trading with us.
$6, $8, $10, $12 and $15!
And every one from $3 to $5 less than their like can be had for, go where you will;
all new styles, this Spring's goods.
BIG BARGAINS IN BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S SUITS, at $2, $« 4 & $5.
Prices on These Goods are
Children's Blue Sailor Suits at 75c, $1, $1.50, $2.
We do not ask you to buy unless you are fully convinced that you are getting
the most for your money.
Everything is guaranteed and no misrepresentation allowed at the
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One-Price Clothing Co.,
Cor. Seventh and Jackson Streets,
"U*:n_d__:r, I"_TTH3I_'N"-AlTlO_T__lj HOTEL.
D. RAMALEY & SON,
New Globe Building,
It will be to the advantage
of persons intending" to build
to examine the merits of
TERRA COTTA LUMBER, be
fore contracting" for other
EDMUND RICE, President
11. A. BOARDMAN, Gen. Manager.
Office, No. 10 Gilfillan Block, St. Paul.
Minneapolis Agents, C. S. Leeds & Co.,
213 Hennepin Avenue.
JOHN DOWLAN& SONS
Corner Fifth and Wabasha Streets,
St. Paul, Minn.
Allen's Drug Store
414 Jackson St.
Between Sixth and Seventh Streets.
ADnOITII/_ C~**9 witout medicine.
rIISI 118 Patented Oct. 15, 1876.
i uuiiiik l)ne box vill euro lhe
most obstinate ease In four days or less. ■*-'
Allan's Soluble Medicated Bougies.
No nauseous doses of cnbebs, copaiba or
oil of sandalwood that are certain to produce
dyspepsia by destroying the coatings of the
stomach. nice, $1.50. Sold by all druggists
or mailed on receipt of price. Fop further
particulars send for circulars. P. O. Box
- J*. O. ALA AN CO., ClJnEi
23 John strcetXew York. '•*•*■'■• fc • ,
CHEAPEST BOOK STORE
IN THE NORTHWEST.
NEW AND OLD BOOKS.
Libraries aud Parcels of Books bought. Send
for Catalogue. • . . -
R. F. LEASK & CO.,
100 East Third Street, - - ST. PAUL
K ( Ai LANPHER & 00-.,
MEN'S FURNISHERS AND SHIRT MAKERS,
Sole Agents for Dunlap Hots.
153 EAST THIRD STREET, FOUR DOORS ABOVE MERCHANTS HOTEL,
CORLIES CHAPMAN & DRAKE, (Incorporated),
/ A l^^^^^MMmM o(fice Desks and Wood Mantels,
Bankand Office Fixtures,
j^|3^^^^^|^^^ Wm Hard Wood Finish and Interior
fer^l^SSsilS SASH ' DOORS AND BLINDS '
OUR FACILITIES FOR DOING A FIRST -CLASS
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lUUSLNJfiSS are largely increased to our new store, 335) and 341 East Seventh
I street. We have added Hat Trees, Bookcases. Sideboards and Desks to our old
lines of general House Furnishing Goods, and invite a visit from all
...........^.^..^^^ SMITH „ FARWELL.
CHOICE WHITE SEED OATS!
MINNESOTA GROWN SEED CORN.
A/so, full line GRASS SEEDS. Correspondence Solicited.
GRIGGS BROS., Robert and Fifth Streets, ST. PAUL .
THE ICE PALACE
Manufactured at the St, Paul Box Factory and Planing Mill, also Fisher's Gro
cery and Butcher Boxes and Cold Storage Houses, Counter, Store, Office and Drug
Fixtures, Custom Planing, Moulding, Turning, Scroll and Resawing, Wain
scottmg, Casings and Hardwood Flooring. Railroad track privileges.
BLOD6ETT & OSGOOD. Cor. E. Fourth & Locust.
DUNCAN & BARRY
30 East Third Street, St. Paul.
CLARENCE M. McLAIN"
CIGARS AND TOBACCO,
.16 East Seventh Street, St. Paul. '&.