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DAKOTA SUPREME COURT.
Close of the May Term at Yankton
THE DECISIONS RENDERED
Among the Most Important in the His
tory of the Supreme
Special to the Globe.
Yankton, Dak., May 25.— The May
term of the supreme court closed here
to-day, and the following decisions were
rendered. These decisions are among
the most important ever rendered in the
courts of Dakota, and will be read with
great interest throughout the territory.
Peck versus Sioux Falls Browing
company, affirmed, court being of
opinion that the contract set out
in pleadings is contrary to public
policy, ar.d one which a court
of equity will not lend its aid to enforce
by specific performance. German-
American bank of St. Paul, vs. Ray
mond, from Cass county, continued for
re-argument Elliott, vs. Chicago,
"Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway com
pany. Clay county, ■eversed upon the
ground that the deceased and agent of
the company whose negligence is
complained of, were company em
ployes, that deceased was guilty of
contributary negligence as prevents re
covery. Taylor vs. Brown, from Moody,
reversed and action remanded to dis
trict court. Ferris vs. Treasurer Stark
county, reversed on the ground that the
plaintiff was entitled to recover back so
much of said moneys as were levied and
collected for local and county purposes.
McLauden vs. City of Grand Forks,
affirmed; certificates are held to be
illegal, and appellant is not stopped
from settling up such illegal sale of his
property by reason of his signing this
petition for doing the work or his
standing by and seeing the work done.
White vs. Chicago, Milwaukee & St.
Paul railway held under advisement.
Robert vs. Dawson Mining company
dismissed. Northern Pacific Railroad
vs. Raymond, affirmed upon the
ground that it appears from the
allegations of the complaint that the
railroad company bad already paid a
sum greater in amount than was due
from the taxes of that year under the'
gross earnings law, was construed by
the supreme court of the United "States,
McMillan vs. Phillips, from Minne
haha county, affirmed. Song-dad
vs. Burlington, Cedar Rapids &
Northern railway, from .Minne
haha, reversed upon grounds that
the undisputed evidence shows that the
plaintiff undertook the perils of the
falling bank with full knowledge of the
danger, and shows his negligence con
tributed to the injury as to prevent his
recovery. Rank of Los Angeles vs. !
Dickson, from Minnehaha, reversed !
upon the ground that the court con- I
curred in suiting plaintiff's ob
jection to evidence, showing the
insolvency of the bank. Knapp vs. |
Sioux tails Bank, affiimed. Yorker vs.
Hadley, from (ass. held under advise
ment. Huber vs. Chicago, Milwaukee
& St. Paul railway, from Hutchinson,
reversed, there being no negligence |
shown on the part of the rail- I
way company. [feldenbeimer vs. Tres
sel Hutchinson, reversed, and re
manded to the lower court with
instruction to permit defendant to an
swer. Pilkevs Chicago, Milwaukee &
St. Paul railroad. Richland, reversed.
Otterson vs. St. Paul, Minneapolis &
Manitoba railway, Richland, reversed
upon the ground that there was no evi
dence of negligence upon the part of the
railroad sufficient to sustain a verdict.
Warder et al. vs. Birdsell, from Devil's
Lake, affirmed. Madison Nation
al Bank vs. Farmer, from
Davison county, affirmed* held
there was an entire want of evidence
tending to show that there was any de
fault on the conditions of the chattel
mortgage upon which plaintiff relied to |
maintain his action for claims and de
livery. Bass vs. Northern Pacific Rail
way company, from Cass, reversed and
new trial ordered upon the ground that
plaintiff was not a trespasser. Rudolph |
vs. North Lincoln county, reversed j
and new trial ordered on the ground
that the verdict was neither general nor
specific, but should have been rejected
by the court. Henry vs. Dean, Roberts
county, affirmed;. held there was not I
sufficient exception apparent of record I
as will permit this court to examine the I
evidence to determine if it J
is sufficient to sustain the find
ings. School District No. 01, Minne
haha county vs. Collins, affirmed,
held that there was no permit or agree
ment to compound felony as would
make the consideration of the note
against public policy null and void.
Hope vs. Stone et al., Ramsey, affirmed.
Defoire vs. Stone et al., from Ramsey,
affirmed. McGuire vs. Rapid City,
affirmed; held that the char
ter of Rapid City gave it
power to make such improvements
in question. Sturr vs. Beck, from Law
rence county, affirmed: held that the
homesteader was the prior appropriator
of the water right, and the plaintiff had
no right to enter upon the prior posses
sion of the defendant under his home- I
stead entry for the purpose of appropri- |
ating any portion of the running
streams and creeks thereon. Harris I
vs. Walkius, from Spink, reversed and
new trial ordered. Hollenbeck vs
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railway I
Sanborn, affirmed; held that the con
tract set out and relied upon is not suf- I
ficiently definite and certain to sustain |
an action for specific performance.
Judsoii vs. Butler, from Kingsbury,
reversed, upouG the grounds that
the court erred in dismissing the
case in holding that the district court
had not acquired jurisdiction of the ap
peal. Rank of Canton vs. North, re
versed, upon the grounds that the court
erred in admitting evidence of witness
Gale. Territory vs. Jones, from Lin
coln, reversed, Territory vs. Web
ster, from Codington county, af
firmed; the court holds that the
city charter under which the
defendant claimed the right to sell in
toxicating liquors did not give the city
the exclusive right to grant licenses
within the city of Watertown, and' that
be was therefore guilty of the violation
of the law of I*7o.
Bank of Valley City vs. School Dis
trict No. 3, Barney county, affirmed.
Indictments by the Grand Jury-
The grand jury finished its labors and
Was excused for the present yesterday
morning. Seven indictments in all
were found and three ot the indicted
have pleaded guilty. The other four
will stand trial next week, the petit
Jury being summoned to appear on
"Tuesday. The celebrated Dr. F. H.
Mitchell was not indicted. He was
charged with selling chattel mortgaged
property, but as it was shown that it
was, more properly speaking, ' "in
pawn" the jury let him go. He was
discharged from the county Jail, where
he lias been for "the past five months,
and left at once for St. Paul. In the
case of O. J. Nelson, of the St. Paul
house, who whas charged with larceny
In the first degree for taking $3,000 on a
$300 check paid him through mistake by
the Lumberman's bank of this city, no
indictment has been found. What
status the matter is in can only be con
jectured, as the bank officials are very
reticent and Mr. Nelson was not to be
found. It is rumored that a settlement
has been made.
Tiie "city schools' exhibit" at the
High school building drew a goodly
crowd last evening. The rooms are
finely lighted by arc lights kindly fur
nished for the occasion by Capt. A. T.
Jenks. which shows off the scholars
work to fine advantage. The* exhibit
will be open to-day and to-night, and is
free to all who feel enough interest in
what the young folks are doing to pat
Inspector General Brandt, of the state
guard, was here last evening and in
spected Company X, First regiment, of
this city. The company has been thor
oughly recruited and presented a fine
appearance. ■- -■ • > .7-"*v-
It is estimated that about 40,000,000
feet of logs are at present in the St.
Croix boom, and about 500 men find em
ployment in working them through it.
Several Stillwater gentlemen will
visit St. Louis during the coming na
tional convention week.
• The Young Germania Dancing club
gave the closing dance of the season
Mrs. J. 11. Miller has gone to Miune
tonka lor a week's visit with friends.
Delightful Office for Kent.
A splendid office on ground floor of
Globe building is for rent from May 1.
An excellent location for any impor
tant financial institution, it having a
large fire and burglar-proof vault in it.
Inquire at Globe counting room.
Carpenters and. Machinists*
Tools, large assortment of standard
quality at bottom prices. B. F. Knauft
& Co., 340 and .34*2 East Seventh street.
Leading Tea House.
Finest teas, coffee and fancy groceries
at lowest prices. Boston Club Tea
store, 33S East Seventh.
Head the Following.
From St. Paul and Minneapolis $17
will take you to Indianapolis and re
turn on May 26th to 2Sth inclusive, good
to return June Ist to sth inclusive.
$13.85 will take you to St. Louis and
return on June 2d to sth inclusive, good
to return June Gth to 11th inclusive.
815.85 will also be the rate to St. Louis
and return June 11th to "Kith inclusive,
good to return 13th to 19th inclusive.
£11.50 will take you to Chicago and re
turn June Kith to *loth inclusive, good to
return June 20th to 2sth inclusive.
The above rates are open to the pub
lic, and tickets will be good on the fa
mous vestibule trains on the North
western line — Chicago. St. Paul, Minn
eapolis & Omaha railway.
For further details apply at No. 13
Nicollet house block, or union depot,
Minneapolis; No. 159 East Third street,
or union depot, St. Paul; or address T.
\V. Teasdale, general passenger agent,
St. Paul, Minn.
Weber & Fairchild
Sell at their salesroom, No. 31 East
Seventh street, this day, commencing
at 10 o'clock, a large and fine stock of
clothing and gents' furnishing goods.
See advertisement in auction column.
Try the New Coffee House,
421 Robert, two doors from Seventh.
Dinner at ll:30:"open all night.
Rubber Hose, Lawn Blowers
Ami garden tools, lowest prices at B. F.
Knaiiit & Co.'s, 3-10 and 342 East Seventh
Railroad Rates Reduced.
Chicago, Kansas City, St. Louis and
all Eastern cities. W. B. Gitt, 175 East
Spring Lamb Prices Reduced.
Fat spring lamb and fresh meats at F.
W. Luley A: Son's, 382 Jackson.
Pullman Vestibuled Trains.
The Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul
railway takes pleasure in announcing to
the traveling public that it is now run
ning daily complete vestibuled tiains
between Chicago, St. Paul and Minne
These trains are the perfection of the
car builder's art, and consist of baggage
cars, day coaches, Pullman's best sleep
ers and the finest dining cars in the
world.' An inspection is invited and
comparison Challenged", the company
assuring its patrons that the same splen
did record which has given it the bulk
of the business as against old and new
lines, and which has induced the United
States government to renew its fast mail
contract, and extend it east as well as
west-bound, will be maintained, and that
when they travel by this line they are
getting the very best accommodations
that money can buy.
Racine Dry Air Refrigerators,
The best made, all hardwood, at prices
of $5 and upward. B. F. Knauft & Co.,
340 and 342 East Seventh street.
Finest location for a suburban home.
We are making contracts daily with
first-class people for homes at Inver
Grove. People of moderate means can
secure a home by making a small de
posit and paying monthly what they are
paying for rent in the* city. Come in
and see us, and take a trip on the motor
line. Bushnell & Bushnell, 3:5 Robert
street, corner Fifth.
* Rents, Rents, Rents,
If paid long enough will make a man
feel poor. Why don't yon stop it? Pur
chase a home in Inver Grove Park on
monthly payments. Fine location,
healthy, pure water, quick trains to and
from the city, and only five-cent fares.
See Bushnell & Bushnell, sole agents.
Gasoline and Oil Stoves.
Large assortment at bottom prices for
cash and on installments. Every stove
warranted perfect. B. F. Knauft & Co., j
340 and 342 East Seventh street.
HERRMANN— At St. Paul, May 2-1 . aged one
year and twelve days. Clara, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. John B. Herrmann. Funeral
this afternoon at 3 p.m. from 294 East
Third street. Friends invited.
WHEELER— May 24, infant son of H. M.
and L. M. Wheeler, aged eight weeks.
GRANGER— In this city. May 25. War
ren Granger, of Buffalo, N, V.,
father of Col. Wan-en Granger and Mrs. '
Lyman D. Hodge. Prayers at the residence j
of his son, corner Canada and Ninth
streets, on Saturday, May 20", at 3p. m I
Burial at Buffalo, N. Y.
HELM— In St. Paul, Minn., May 25, 1888, at
195 East Fourteenth street, Mary ,1., wife
of James L. Helm. Remains will be taken
to Luverue, Minn., for interment.
FOR FUNERALS— Carnages for *J2 and
hearse S3. E. W. Shirk's livery stable, 254
East Ninth street, corner Rosabel street.
MAKKIEO. : j
SANDFORD-PEASE— The marriage of 11. T. !
Saudford, of St. Paul, to Miss Emma
Peas*?, daughter of ex-senator Pease, of
Watertown, Dak., was solemnized May 12
by the Rev. .1. Tresidder. of Hudson. 'Wis.
w C.' ROYAL f* K,Na ji V^*B
fe^gsgiUTgyjttjiJ^*! . .
This powder never varies. Amarvel
of purity, strength and wholesomeness.
More economical than the ordinary
kinds, and cannot be sold in competition
with the multitude of low test, short
weight, alum or phosphate powders.
Sold only in cans. Royal Baking
Powder Co., 100 Wall street, New York.
THE SAINT PAUL DAILY GLOBE: SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 26, TWELVE PAGES.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
L N. Scott, Manager.
Last Two Performances To-Day!
Mr. KYRLE BELLEW
(By courtesy of Mr. 11. B. Abbey, of Wal
laces Theater), and a Carefully Selected
Company under the personal management of
Mr. H. c. Miner.
Ladies' Matinee at 2:30 P. M.
TO-NIGHT AT 8 TO-NIGHT
"ROMEO AND JULIET."
Secure seats early to-day.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
Three nights, commencing Monday, May" 28,
Special Wednesday matinee, the Great
Including America's greatest success, NEL
LIE McHENRY, in their latest New
"THE HUMMING BIRD !"
Direct from the Bijou Opera House, New
York. Replete with exquisite musical selec
tions. The best performance the Trouba
dours have ever given.
Sale of seats now open.
Comer Sixth and Franklin. Old Turner Hall
GRAND I On or About | GRAND
OPENING *LffO2STIDjA.*Y, OPENING
FORSAKE June 4, 18S8. FORSAKE
ME Look For . "me
NOT [Later Announcements NOT.
St. Paul vs. Minneapolis.
Old Grounds, West Side.
CAME CALLED AT 3:30 P. M.
KOHL, MIDDLETON & CO.. Proprietors.
WEEK BEGINNING MAY 21,
CAPT. WARNER, the submarine diver.
OLD MAN HARRIS,
tha original Uncle Tom, in Mrs. Stowe's great
Complete change in the two theaters.
ADMISSION TO ALL - - ONE DIME.
Cor. Sixth and St. Peter Sts.. St. Paul.
WHITE FLINT SPECTACLES
Prove to be a great success. Prices reason
able. No charges for fitting.
OFFICE: 33*1 JTACKSOIi STREET
One and one-half blocks from Merchants
hotel, St. Paul.
School of Shorthand.
Shorthand and Typewriting School
All branches of shorthand work thor
oughly taught, and instructions strictly
individual. Success by mail lessons
guaranteed. Send for circular.
G. B. BOWER,
622 Nicollet Ay.. Minneapolis, Minn.
Hie Only Fire-Proof Hotel la
ABSOLUTE SAFETY FROM FIRE 1 .
Elegantly furnished and perfect in ell
Table and general attendance unsur- I
•assed. Rates as low as any strictly
C. W. SHEPHERD. General Manager
15* FOOT BOAT, $25!
JOSEPJTBIN6LE, - BOAT builder,
Cor. Isabel and Clinton. West St. Paul,
One block from street cars.
iMs^gJ^^ 0^ first i rated
paper in the May Century
Center of business. Electric bells
and all modern improvements. Dining
room unsurpassed. $2 per day.
P. BOUCHER. Prcwristor, St. Paul.
I 18 HI Ii V I ° r 83 for a box ot
I II 111 I V I MACK'S fine Home-
IB ft! iV 9 I I made CANDY. 100
UnilUl ifr^r*"' 8 "* 8 -
EYE and EAR!
"Or. J. G. Walker, 104 East Third Street, St,
Paul, attends exclusively to the eye and ear.
ARTIFICIAL EYES. - -
Dan I Estate ads. in the lobe are seen by
/•* GUI the most people. '&£-_&_%*_;■ *
I have negotiated loans in
St. Paul and Minneapolis,
amounting to more than .
Two-and-a-half Millions of Dollars
and am prepared to loan on
good improved city property
MORE MONEY at current rates
of interest in large or small
amounts, and as I advance
my own money, I can close
the loan in the shortest possi
Li If c 111 I y
Globe Building-, St. Paul.
Found running at large within the
city of St. Paul, in violation of the ordi
nances of said city in relation to im
pounding animals, and taken up by the
Poundmaster ot said city, on the'2oth''
day of May, 1888, and not redeemed, the
hereinafter described animal.
Now, therefore, in accordance with
law, I will sell -at public auction, in
front of the public pound, on Eagle
street, in the Fourth Ward of said city,
on the 29th day of May, 1883, at 10
o'clock in the forenoon, to the highest
bidder for cash,
One Bay Horse, roan neck.
Dated May 24, 1888.
Policeman and Acting Poundmaster.
Hale Block, Hennepin Ay., Cor. Fifth St.
Opposite West Hotel, Minneapolis.
Regularly graduated and legally qualified,
long engaged In Chronic. Nervous" and Ski
Diseases. A friendly talk costs nothing. If
inconvenient to visit the city for treatment,
medicine sent by mail or express, free from
observation. Curable cases guaranteed. If
doubt exists we say so. Hours 10 to 12 a. m.,
2 to 4 and 7 to 8 p. m; Sundays, 2 to 3 p. m.
If you cannot come state case by mail.
"Diseases from Indiscretion. Excess or Ex
posure, Nervousness, Debility, Dimness of
Sight, Perverted Vision, Defective Memory,
Face Pimples, Melancholy, Restlessness, Loss
of Spirits* Pains in the Back, etc., are treated
with success. Safely, privately, speedily.
No change of business. -,*-.
Catarrh, Throat, Nose, Lung Diseases.
Liver Complaints. It is self-evident that a
physician paying particular attention to a
class of diseases attains great skill. Every
known application is resorted to, and the
proved good remedies of all ages and coun
tries are used. All are treated with skill in a
respectful manner. No experiments are
made. Medicines prepared in my own lab
oratory. On account of* the great number
of cases applying the charges are kept low;
often lower than others. Skill and perfect
cures are important. Call or write. Symptom
lists and pamphlet free by mail. The doctor
baa successfully treated hundreds of cases in
this city and vicinity. „ _*"'.**•
■■?.. ■■■■-.:■ ESTABLISHED.; '____ ;1 1
Dr. H. Nelson, surgeon in : charge. Office
226 Washington ay. south, corner Third ay r
Guarantee to eradicate and permanently
cure without caustic or mercury, chronic or
poisonous diseases of the blood, throat, nose,
skin, bladder and kindred organs. Gravel
and stricture cured without pain or cutting.
Acute or chronic urinary diseases cured in
three to eight days by a local remedy. Vic
tims of indiscretion or excess with cough, in
digestion, tired feeling, nervous, physical and
organic weakness, rendering marriage im
proper or uuhappy, should call or write, as
they are often treated for consumption, dys
pepsia and liver complaint by iuexpa
riencedmen, who mistake the cause of tha
evil and thus multiply both. Separate room*
for ladies. No nauseous drugs used. Hours,
9a. m. to 12 m.; 2to 4 and 7 to 9p. m. Sun
day, 2to4p. m. Book, 50c by maiL
The Committee on Electric Lights for
the City of Eau Claire, Wis., desires to
receive proposals until June 15, 1888,
for lighting the city, for a term of five
years, with thirty (30) lamps to be lo
cated on eight (8) towers and forty (40)
lamps on poles or at street intersections
on 9 circuit of about fifteen (15) miles,
all electric lamps to be arc lamps of two
thousand (2,000) candle power, and the
plant to be suitable aud sufficient for the
work. Address,. ■'..' .
DANIEL. McKINXON, Chairman.
Box 836, Eau Claire, Wis.
SHORT LINE TELEPHONE
No dangerous electricity. Total cost
less than one-fourth the annual
rental of Bell Telephone. Especially
applicable for Short Distance Lines between
Offices and Factories, Warehouses, Stores,
Mills, Hotels, Etc., Etc., or wherever instant
and reliable intercommunication between
intermediate points is desired. Agents
wanted in every city.
THE HALL TELEPHONE CO.
Broadway and Astor Place. New
Dll CO £ *,, H- Waite * Specialist
I I LLfJt Gd.u *te! years resident
■ >kkvi of Minneapolis. Why suf
fer when cure is mild, simple, certain?
Ask hundreds of lea-iing citizens of St,
Paul, Minneapolis ami the Northwest as
to the satisfactory treatment and cure.
I^imphlet free. 1127 **»**&* Avenue " j
HOLLAND & THOMPSON HF6. CO.
Office—3l7 Minnesota Street.
Factory— Park, St. Paul, Minn,
Steam Heating, Brass and iron Fittings.
FOR STEAM, WATER AND GAS.
PAUL, SANFORD & MERWI.V.
Patent Attorneys and Solicitors. Offices: "10
German American Bank Building, St Paul:
60/,CGO Temple Court, Miiuieapolig; 925 9
meet Washington. D. G.
HAUPT LUMBER CO.,
OfHce-386 St. Peter St
YARD—On St. P. M. &M.R. R,
Como and Western Avenues.
S, ,~ KENT'S PACKAGE
gj^SS^^f Delivery, Storage
■i-SSRESSPSet and Forwarding Co.
Hello, -16-2. Office 209 W. ; Seventh . street .
Warehousing a Specialty.
Packing and Shipping by competent help.
135 East Fifth Street.^*-
Trunks moved for 25 cents. Furni
ture moved, stored, packed and shipped
THE ii DAY!
To-Night Closes Our Great
tin SUIT AND Oil r
flu SUIT AND Pi r
U OVEECOAT OflLLi
) One day more is all you have to purchase any $12,
$13, 114 or $15 Suit or Overcoat in our house for $10.
Hundreds of persons have availed themselves of our
liberal offer and have made a positive saving of a $5 bill
on their purchase. We are not at all surprised at the
great number of Suits and Overcoats that have left our
store during this sale, since we give our patrons the
choice of any of our new and elegant Cassimeres, Chev
iots, Corkscrews, . Worsteds, Serges and Yacht Cloth
Suits, in Frocks, Sacks and Cutaways, and all of our
handsomely made Spring Overcoats that sell at $12, $13,
$14 and $15, comprising about 30 different patterns at
the uniform price of
If you have not availed yourself of this
great $10 Suit and Overcoat Sale, come to
day or before the closing hour to-night, as
One-Price Clothing Company,
161 TO 167 EAST SEVENTH STREET, COR. JACKSON.
FOR RAILROAD MEN,
61 EAST THIRD STREET. ST. PAUL, MINN.
* » >■ > .v * - ** . *- -- . -:'■"'■' '..y/7;-*;
Means from us much more than it usually does. By It we mean that we offer you
your choice from one of the largest and hest selected stocks of Furniture, Carpets
and Stoves in St. Paul, on easy terms and very close, prices. We trust you wID
call and give us an opportunity to prove to you that we mean just what we have
eald. SMITH & FARWEIL, 339, 841 & 3IS B. Seventh Street.
Duncan & Barry,
30 East Third Street. - St. Paul.
I Mff %lin/nAVIf j@S§iTHE origin al.the only genuine.
I Bis MMYl?nYai /fl-^beware ofworthlesslMlTATlONS
I » fed Alii A IWflflM*^ M^ASK DRUGGIST FOR ©ICHESTER'S ENGLISH
fc^SAFEALWAYs reliable. TO LADiES^BB^y D!AM 0 N D BRAND- NO OTHER
F-M^iNDISPENSABLE.SOID BY ALL DRUSSISTS"%MBr CR inclose 4? (stamps) -*■*».'■ __
lAJKFOR DIAMOND BRAND,CHICHESTEH*SEN**LISH«Hr FOR PARTICULARSfIg * 1 fiT™
EAKOTAKENOOTHERSEESieiJATUREON EVERY BOX. "Win letter by return mail.HJb i H B '•%.
1 CHICHESTER CHEMICALCR-Saif PRO** MADISON S9,PHIA.PATsee 6ISNATUREON EVZP.Y B3X.§*£~? ■ 3 i
» WRITTEN TESTIMONIALS AND OVER.FROM LADIES WHO HAVE USED W^ g 3 I lB
mdJUUWCUiJ^IIS'nTiCSUSUSJI'UAMQMOB ■ BBVi
st. Paul BARGAINS
FOUNDRY COMPANY, Not Advertised.
MANUFACTURERS OP ' WILL DISCOUNT FROM
Architectural Iran Work. Co/ Tft Ifto/
Founders, Machinists, Blacksmiths and if § 1 1 § * ■ ii m
Pattern Makers. Send for cuts of col- *■** #0 ■ w ■ w Mr\
umns. Works on St. P., M. &M. R. R., •f x * 4**-*'
near Como avenue. Office 102 E. Fourth .„_. . A. . . _.
street, st. Paul. c. m. power, Secre- All Prices Advertised in St.
tary and Treasurer. Paul, On
~ | FURNITURE I
•^fffß^l GEO. H. LAINS,
Furnisher of House.*-, Hotels and Res-
Cullum* Painless Method Of taurants. No. 4-1S Wahasha street.
■'. Tooth Extraction.
- * |jiLiSßir**T 'Ut If you want to hire a
*FII_i*LiINO, ©2, TJ-p. fc'ZlWmmY tenement read The Globs
COR. SEVENTHand:WABASHA, ST.PAUL [ m mmm*r : "Want" -fofyjarifc
None Genuine Without W4
■ Our Signature. /^
THE PIONEER MANUFACTURERS OF KEY WEST HAVANA CIGARS,
Messrs. Seidenberg & Co. have added to their already large facilities a factory in
New York city. Their long experience enables them to furnish the public a
cigar superior to anything ever put on the market for FIVE CENTS. Smokers of
the FIGARO get a
Long Havana-Filled 5-Cenl Cigar!
Which cannot bo excelled for the price in the United States. BE SURE TO TRY
ONE BEFORE PASSING JUDGMENT. ABSOLUTELY FREE FROM
DRUGS. UNADULTERATED! HONEST! Ask your dealer for Seidenberg
& CO.'s Figaro. Wholesale Agent,
WILLARD S. DENNIS, ST. PAUL, MINN.
Also Agent for Seidenberg & Co.'s LA ROSA ESPANOLA and LA FLOR DH
OSCEOLA Key West Havana Cigars.
FOURTH, FIFTH AND ST. PETER STREETS, ST. PAUL.
THIS CARRIAGE $7.50.
Full Square Reed Body, Upholstered in best of figured Ramie. Parasol or Canopy
Top, Wood or Wire Wheels. Sent anywhere on receipt of price. We also show oven
300 different styles of Carriages and guarantee to undersell any merchant in Minne
sota. Send for Catalogue.
- — — ■.
We have in stock some of the GENEVA NON-MAGNETIO
WATCH MOVEMENTS, adjusted to heat, cold and position,
and quite accurate as timepieces. We have also, the cele*
brated Appleton, Tracy & Co. Waltham Movement, Non-Mag<
netic, that we can put you up in a filled case for $35. These
watches are warranted for 20 years. Price them elsewhere
before coming- to our store.
GEO. R. HOLMES, Jeweler,
141 and 143 E. Seventh St., Opposite Hotel Ryan, St. Paul, Minn.
Adjusting Fine Watches and Repairing: a Specialty. Diamond Set
tin-? and Engraving-. Job Work promptly done. Goods sent C. 0. 1). on
selection to parties out of the city.
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11. A. LANPHER & CO.,
I Shirts To Order. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
I 153 East Third Street, four doors above Merchants Hotel,
I | _ mm ST. PAUL.
i^^^^^iWorkers In Mosaic^ Stained Glass.
Il*HHfi^^ PLATE, GLASS AND MIRRORS
Ir-iiiPpS--^ Eeveled Polished Plate and Importers of
pyjppj^Ti- Cathedral, Enamel and Venetian Glass.
"fflP^^^sT This is the only Exclusive Glass House in St. Paul. Wo in
J^v"-^^*-^ vite a» inspection of our Office and Workrooms.
< \^p F. PPTON, Manager. 181 East Sixtu
A(jjP *•&• *■ uriuw > -WWII-ayCl- Telephone 7s9-2.
: gj|| \ SCHLIEK & CO.
"^^^^M 85 and 89 East Third St., St. Paul.
. I Novelties in Ladies' and Gents'
JmmL FINE SHOES !
rllwL otiULo I
: BjliHH^mraSl^L Also Ladies' Patent Leather Tip Shoes,
S^^^^^g^^^^^k Just received a large stock of our
d'^HOH ■ Great $3.50 Shoes for gentlemen. De~
-^fo*n*!BMt\ l ' verß( * free to any address upon receipt
ISIFBI "t^^^SHHl \v* ° * P ricc >
'-^JSv Write for our new illustrated catalogu
Henry E. Wedelstaedt & Co.,
Engraves Wedding Invitations, Announcements, Visiting Cards,*' Monograms,
Crests, Seals. Dies, etc. Stationery Stamped and Illuminated. Call and see the
.novelties in Staple and Fancy Stationery. • Seaside Libraries.
REMOVED TO 95 EAST THIRD STREET ST. PAUL, MINN.
•WP I » , *'****»»**«*"*W , *-*-*-*»»»-^^ ; , .
$C ft ft ft ft worth OFCARPETS.DRAPERIES,
\ Hill 11 1 1i I WALL PAPER, FURNITURE and all sorts
WvUiUUU of Household Goods will be sold" at a
▼ 7 .:■-..* large discount in order to quit busi
ness. Fixtures for sale and store for rent, at 221 East .
, Seventh Street. A. H. LOHLKER.