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PLYMOUTH C'OiS*E2t CHIT.
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That's the way it s-lu u-U be. Your wife will
look well if you don't— Mie'll take pood care
of that. It is-u't in the nature of things that
you bhould look quite ns attractive as she
does, but it is in the nature of ihinirs that
your clothes should look as though ihev were
turtle for you and nobody else, if you buy
them at the •M'lymouilT" corner.
Worth the Original Price.
You can buy overcoats anywhere, but when
quality and durability are taken into consid
eration you naturally go to the 'Tlymonth"
—to the house Mint for a dozen years has
stood r ady lo boy hack at the ohiginal
PBlce any ronneut not satisfactoiy.
-16-liuli Beaver Overcoat, $10.
If you want to Fee ■ nn overoont ns is an
overcoat,'' call and look at our $10 leavers,
in blue. Hack ami brown, cut JO inches lung.
Among tin 1 new things just received at the
"Plymouth" for children s heads. we mention
the "New Oxford Cap." SQuare-coruered.
made of fine blue cloth, embroidered with
white anchor on top and three rows of white
tilK 011 band: satin-lined, black streamers,
E1. 25. And in U:e same style in blue cord;
also navy and brewn velvet, trimmed with
silk pompon, cord nun tassel to match. BUtiii
iined, at *1 : and the penuine russet leather
ram, the newest and Bwellest littie tot's cap
out; mnde'Vith piped fceani 1 ; and bilk stream
ers to inaich, $1.50.
For boys nml children, both plum and ali
pator leather, six colors, satin-lined. Regular
price, £1 ; our price, stc.
Turkish Fez Caps,
The genuine im|>oried can, boys" and chil
djenVeizes, in red and navy blue, 5Cc.
Corner Seventh nnd Robert, PL Paul.
J\icol:et and Third St., Minneapolis.
CANTON'S WO.M)KK WINDOW.
It Is Becoming the Talk of South
Special to the Globe.
Pkestox, Oct.. 21.— For the benefit of
those who have been misled by the
many inisstatements regarding the
famous "Window Miracle," the Gi.obk
correspondent lias spent the past week
in ascertaining ail the facts and follow
ing every clue that would throw any
light on the subject. Less than two
years ago, late in the fall of IS'.K), a
Catholic church was erected in the' cen
tral western portion of the village of
Canton, and in the unfinished spire
about thirty feet from the ground was
placed a common round window glass
about eight inches across, set in a deep
frame. No particular notice was taken
of this window until on Aug. 7th last,
when two little daughters of Joseph
Lamm saw what they thought to be the
face of a woman looking at them from
its depths. Somewhat frightened, the
little girls sought Father Jones, and told
him of their discovery. The priest
quieted their fears, but they soon came
running back declaring that they could
see an infant, too. The news ran
through the community like wildfire,
and soon every man, woman and child
m the [.village had viewed the wonder
ful window, though some of them could
not "see the picture. Each man told his
neighbor of the strange discovery, and
curious people began to pour in from
: all directions and in ever increasing
numbers, and up to this time not tess
than 15.000 persons have visited thy
hitherto obscure village. Many said
the apparition was a miracle, but
Father Jones was rather skeptical, and
though if it was so it would be mani
fested on Assumption day, but that day
passed without any evidence of the
miraculous nature of the picture.
The following Monday, however, the
neighborhood was startled by the news
that John Mcßride. for months a cripple
from a white swelling, had left his
crutches in the church entry and walked
away unaided. This mysterious cure
was followed in rapid succession by
that of Mrs. Larkin. Mr. Barrett, Mrs.
l)oran and many others, to enumerate
'which would take too much time and
space. People came from far and near,
afflicted with every imaginable disease,
received the blessing and stepped back
to make room for more. Many were
- cured, while many received no apparent
benefit, but the throng at the foot of the
altar steadily increased, until on the
day of the nativity, Sept. 8, more than
500 persons received the benediction.
On this day the reporter was talking
with Mrs. Doran, whose wonderful cure
has already been described in these
columns, and could not help thinking
that if hers was a faith cure, as many
scoffers claimed, it was faith such as
very few would ever possess. Many
efforts were made to obliterate the ap
parition from the glass, but only served
to make the picture more plainly vis
ible, though there are times when it
cannot be seen at all, nor can it be seen
nt night when a lamp is held behind the
glass. The priest has received letters
of inquiry from many far away places,
but has advised no one to come
to l lie church and be cured, nor
lias he ever said whether or not he
believed it to be a miracle. Bishop
Cotter took the glass away, about three
Weeks ago for investigation, and the
"Window remained open until last week
Thursday, when a common pane of class
eighteen inches square was purchased
at the drug store and placed over the
opening, and was no more than fairly in
position when the picture could be seen
more plainly than ill the original glass.
The inpour of curiosity seekers is not so
great as a month ago, but they are com
ing from greater- distances. It maybe
worthy of note that a Methodist minister
first pronounced the apparition a like
ness of the Madonna and child. Such,
Jn brief, is the history of the wonder
window in the Church of the Assump
tion at Canton, Minn.
Is practiced by people who buy inferior
articles of food because cheaper than
standard goods. Infants are entitled to
the best food obtainable, It is a fact
that the Gail Borden "Eagle" Brand
Condensed Milk is the best infant food.
Your grocer and druggist keep it.
United states Minister Scruggs has formally
recognized the government of Gen. Crespo
— as the legal government of Venezuela.
We authorize our advertised druggist
R to sell Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption, Coughs and Colds. "upon
this condition. If you are afflicted with
a Cough, Cold or any Lung. Throat or
Chest trouble, and will use this remedy
as directed, giving it a fair trial, and
experience no benefit, you may return
the bottle and have your money re
funded. We could not make this offer
did we not know that Dr. King's New
Discovery could be relied on. It never
disappoints. Trial bottles free at J. P.
Allen" Drug Store, Corner Seventh and
Jackson. Large size DOc and $1.00.
HURRAHS FOB MILLS.
Duluth Grows Wildly Enthu
siastic Over the Senator
Messrs. Lawier, Baldwin and
Hawkins Also Make Ring
A Grand Blow-Out by North
Dakota Fusionists at
Celebrating 1 Columbus Day-
Two Children Meet an
Special to the Globe.
Dri.urii. Minn., Oct. 21.— Hon. Roger
Q. Mills addressed an audience that
packed Temule. opera house tonight.
People of all shades of political belief
and hundreds of ladies were present.
It was late when Senator Mills and Hon.
D. \V. Lawler, Democratic candidate
for governor, were escorted into the
theater ahead of the Young Men's and
Scandinavian Democratic clubs in full
uniform. T.'ie audience had grown some
what impatient, and when the eminent
gentlemen walked down the aisle to
the staire they were erected with an
ovation. Hundreds could not gain ad
mission, and two overflow meetings
were held to accommodate the crowd,
one at the council chamber of the city
hall, half a block away, the other at
Turner hall. Senator Mills' address
was devoted to showing the fal
lacies of the protective policy and
the virtues of tariff reform. He did
not believe tiie great scholars of the
Republican party could improve the
conditions of trade and commerce fixed
by the Almighty. Senator Thomas E.
Bowen, chairman of the Democratic
county committee, introduced the,
speakers. Mr. Lawler spoke first. His
adaress was short, but effective. It was
received with great enthusiasm. He
said he would rather stick to liis law
practice than be governor of
Minnesota if he had to ride
into the state house on the cow
catcher of a railroad train. Maj. M. R.
Baldwin, candidate for congress, next
spoke, lie declared lie would be elected
in spite of the Minneapolis, St. Paul and
West Superior wheat ring, the pine land
riner and tiie whole of the Searle family.
Maj. Baldwin was received with great
enthusiasm. He doubted whether
he would control national tariff
legislation when elected to contrress,
although a Duluth daily morning paper
had assumed he would. Hon. 11. 11.
Hawkins followed Maj. Baldwin in a
few remark's appropriate to the occa
sion, and retired to speak at the over
flow meetings. Senator Mills was then
introduced. He spoke over au hour,
and was frequently interrupted with
THEY TOOK JAMESTOWN.
Fusionists Very Numerous in
Special to the Globe.
Jamestown, N. D., Oct. 21.— The
largest political meeting of the cam
paign was held tonight by the Demo
crats and Independents. Fusion is
popular here. Over 300 uniformed
men, not boys, were in the parade.
Fire works, a torchlight proces
sion and llambeaux made the streets
brilliant. Numerous private houses
along the line of march were illum
inated. Two bands accompanied the
parade. "1 lie demonstration was a srreat
surprise lo the Republicans, and far ex
celled anything they have attempted.
'1 he court house could not contain the
crowd, and many were obliged to leave.
In the parade were noticed a number of
farmers, living at a distance, some
of them Germans, formerly Re
publicans, but now voting the
Democratic ticket on account of
the Republican party adopting
prohibition in this state. Speeches were
made by Judge Flandrau, of St. Paul,
and C. F. Amidon, of Fargo. Short
talks were made bj Judge Beeves and
Hon. James O'Brien. Democratic candi
date for congress. Hon. E. C. D. Short
ridge, fusion candidate for governor,
was present and received with hearty
enthusiasm. O'Brien also received an
ovation. The fusion people are jubilant
over the affair, and, despite Republican
claims, are confident of carrying James
town and Stutmau county by a hand
It Is Not Forgotten by the People
Specials to the Globe.
Wokthington, Minn., Oct. 21.—Col
u:nbu i da y was properly celebrated here
today, the entire population turning out
to the number of about 3,000. Stoddard
Post, G. A. R., took a prominent place
in the parade with about sixty men.
The famous Worthiugton battle axe
brigade, under command of Capt.Herron,
also added its assistance. Five hundred
children from our public school, with
half as many more from the country
district, made a grand sight. A parade
of the sireets by the business men ad
vertising their wares was also a feature.
Altogether the event was highly suc
cessful. Those pupils of the high
school who took part in the exercises
did well, thanks to the careful instruc
tions of Piof. Porter and his assistants.
HURON, S. D., Oct. 21.— Columbus day
was grandly celebrated here. A pro
cession a mile long paraded the princi
pal streets, and 1,200 school children
took part in the exercises. The city
was handsomely decorated, and flags
and banners floated everywhere.
Dkadwood, S. D.. Oct. 21.—Colum
bus day was observed by this and neigh
boring cities in a becoming manner. All
business was Suspended and the city
was handsomely decorated. At the
Lead City and Dead wood schools exer
cises were held.
La Cbosse. Wis.. Oct. 21.— A1l busi
ness closed this afternoon, and the city
gave itself up to the Colombian celebra
tion. About o.ltOO were in tiie parade,
and the streets were thronged along
the line. At the park the exercises were
opetud with prayer by Rev. Bishop
Schwebach. Three brief speeches fol
lowed, interspersed with music. Tiie
day was perfect and the celebration a
Nobthfikld, Minn.. Oct. 21.—Colum
bus was a bigger man today in the esti
mation of the people of North field than
Grover Cleveland or Benjamin Harri
son. Nothing was attempted by the citi
zens themselves, but the schools more
than made up for it. The high school,
St. Olaf and Carleton exercises were
very fine indeed. Judge Bacon, of Min
neapolis, graduate of Carleton, deliv
ered an oration on Columbus at Willis
Stiixwatkk, Minn., Oct. 21.— The
400 th anniversary of the discovery of
America was generally observed in this
city today, and flags and bunting were
displayed in nearly every part ot the
city. The exercises were held in the
larue yard surrounding the Lincoln
school buildinir on the North hill, and
the school house was handsomely orna
mented with Hatrs and binning, and
above the entrance was stationed a
large picture of Columbus.
Sleepy Eye. Minn., Oct. 21.- Sleepy
Eye celebrated Columbus day in grand
style today. The public schools and
grand army carried out the official pro
gramme. The Catholic societies also
held services. All united in a larire
parade. The stores and business
THE PAINT PAUL J)AJLY GLOBE: SATURDAY MOBNING, OCTOBER 22, 1892.
houses were decorated with flags and :
banners and cannon were fired every
few minutes. It was one of the bi^g< si
celebrations ever Held in this place. --••",
Rush City. Minn.. Oct. 21.— This town
was today gaily decorated with bunting
and flags in commemoration of the 4Outh
anniversary of America's discovery by
Columbus. Prof. Gale, of the public
schools, with the teachers and pupils
and drum corps, escorted by the old
soldiers of Ellsworth post, marched
through the principal streets to the pub
lic hall. A fine entertainment was given
by the schools of recitations and music
befitting the occasion, including ad
dresses by Hon. \V. . H. Grant, of St.
Paul, and "J. D. Markham, of this place,
and'singing by Hon. Albert Berg.
St. James, Minn., Oct. 21.— Columbus
day here was a magnificent affair. The
•parade was participated in by the chil
dren under the management of Prof.
Kcenan, of the high school, and the (}.
A. l;. in full uniform, and the citizens
on foot and in carriages.
The day was also celebrated at Dnluth, St.
Cloud. Redwood Falls, Excelsior. Ma pie ton.
Sioux Falls, Grand Forks and, niauy ether
. Instantly led.
Special to the Globe.
Wikoxa, Minn., Oct. 21.— Fred Som
mers, a fanner twenty-live years of age.
residing at Altura, on the Southwestern
road, near here, was thrown from his
wagon yesterday by a runaway team
and instantly killed. His wife, who was
with him, was injured, fatally, it is be
Late Trains to Chicago.
The last train out of the Twin Cities
is the "North-Western Limited." It
leaves Minneapolis at 7:3J p. in., St.
Paul at 8:10 p. in., and arrives Milwau
kee 7:25. Chicago 9:30 s. m.
This is the only first-class train for
first-class people out of the Twin Cities
that is equipped with Buffet-Smoking
Library cars and Wanner Compartment
cars in addition to Pullman and Wag
ner sixteen-section sleeping cars.
Cross an Independent.
Special to the Globe.
Red Wise, Oct. 21.— Republic
ans are having no end of fun here. Last
Saturday, after a bitter contest, F. M.
Wilson defeated W. F. Cross for the
Republican nomination for representa
tive. " Today Mr. Cross comes out as an
Independent candidate. The Democrats
have their convention tomorrow.
World's Fair Dedicati on.
The Burlington Route will sell tick
ets to Chicago and return, for the
World's Fair Dedication Ceremonies,
for 813. The only line running Reclin
ing Chair Cars on both morning and
evening trains without extra charge to
passengers. These cars have lavatories
and smoking rooms, arc lighted with
gas, and in charge of a uniformed por
ter. Tickets on sale Oct. 19 to 22, good
to return until Oct. 24. Apply to C.
Thompson, City Ticket Agent, 104 East
Third street, St. Paul.
Special to the Globe. .
Jaxesvil.i,e, Minn., Oct. — The
town hall here was densely packed this
evening to listen to J. H. lyes and Hon.
C. H. Benedict, of St. Paul, in behalf of
Cleveland and Lawler. The speeches
were enthusiastically applauded.
New Hotel Plaza, New York City.
Prof. Chandler certifies to the abso
lute purity of the drinking water and
ice used, as they are vaporized and
frozen on the premises. The Plaza
faces Central Park, Fifth avenue. Fifty
eighth and Fifty-ninth streets: is within
half a block of Sixth avenue elevated
terminus station; is in the fashionable
center, and convenient to all parts of
Shot While Hunting.
Special to the Globe.
La Cbosse, Wis., Oct. 21.— Joseph
Tescharek. aged nineteen, shot himself
accidentally while hunting and died a
few hours later. He hauled a gun out
of a boat by the muzzle. The hammers
caught, with the usual result.
Late Trains From Chicago.
The North-Western line has set a new
tune for night trains from Chicago
which is a great accommodation for
Twin City travelers who do not get
through business in season to take the
The new time in effect since Oct. 16
is: Leave Chicago 10:30 p. m. and ar
rive St. Pa 11:55 a. m., Minneapolis
The "North- Western limited" leaves
Chicago on the oid time, Cp. in., ar
rives St. Paul 7:20 and Minneapolis 8
Angostura Bitters are Used by mothers to
stop colic find looseness of the bfwels in
children. Dr. J. G. B. Siegert & Sons. Man
Note the Change
Of time on "The Milwaukee," in effect
Sunday, Oct. 23. Day Express to Chi
cago and local points will leave Minne
apolis at 7:15 and St. Paul at 7:50 a. in.,
arriving at Chicago 10 p. m. Atlantic
Express will leave Minneapolis at 2:15
p. in., and St.-Paul at 2:55 p. m.. arriv
ing at Chicago 6:45 a. m. Vestibule
Limited— steam heat and electric light
throughout— will leave Minneapolis at
7:30 and St. Paul at 8:10 p. in., arriving
at Chicago 9:30 a. m. Red Wing local
will be extended to Wabasha, leaving
Minneapolis at 4 p. m. and St. Paul at
4:40 p. in., arriving at Wabasha7:os p.
m. Returning leave Wabasha 7:05 a.
111., arriving St. Paul 9:55 and Minneap
olis io:3j a. 111. For further particulars
see the company's agent.
."*I i>* ltarri
Will open classes in dancing in the
Aberdeen Saturday. Oct. 22, at 2 p. in.
Special to the Globe.
Wkst Supbbiob, Wis.. Oct. 21.— Fire
this noon destroyed a small mill at
South Range belonging to the Mills
Leclaire Lumber company, of Superior.
The loss was $1,000, insurance §750.
The supreme council of Scottish Rite Ma
sons for the Southern juris<iietiou yestenlny
voted to bold its uext meeting in 18U4 in St.
It requires no learned experts
or scientific experiments to
establish the fact that DR.
PRICE'S DELICIOUS FLAVORING EX
TRACTS are not only the strong
est, but positively the sweet
est and most delicate fruit
flavors. If housewives will
flavor a cake, pudding, cus
tard or cream with Dr. Price's
Extract of Vanilla, Lemon or
Orange, and a smaller quan
tity gives a more natural and
grateful taste than can be im
parted by any other Extracts,
is it not an incontestable
proof of their greater excel
lence? In every case where
Dr. Price's Flavors are used
they give perfect satisfaction.
Com parat iv c T ests.v
Royal Baking* Powder
Purest and Strongest.
Or. PETER COLLIER, late Chemist-in- Chief of
the Department of Agriculture, Washington,
" D. C, having analyzed the chief brands of
baking powder, . ■
Reports the Royal Baking Powder
the greatest in leavening strength,
Yielding over 27 per cent, more gas than
the average of the others tested. Dr. Collier
adds: "I have made many analyses of various
brands of baking powders and i^^,
1 have always found the Royal
composed of pure and wholesome
" Peter Collier, M. D., Ph. D.'\
"April 2, 1892."
TWO CHI iDKEX BURNED.
A Terrible Accident Near Manan
Special to the GloDe.
Lttciifieli). Minn., Oct. 21.— lit
tle village of Manatuiah.len miles north
of this city, was the scene of a dreadful !
accident today. Michael Hanses carries j
the mail from Manannah to Litehlield,
anil this morning had left home as usual
Children Cry for
. Lowest Prices, at
uuh\u i nuuuf
II E. Seventh St.,
2 Doors Below Waba&lia St.
JONAS— In St. Paul, Thursday,! Oct. -*>. John
Jonas, aged thirty-eipht years. Funeral
\ from late residence. No. 7ul Burr street.
Saturday. Oct. 22, at 7a. m. Remains will
be taken to Blioy, is., for interment. Fu
neral under auspices of Switchmen's Mut
ual Aid association.
FUSNETT— Died Oct. 19, at the residence of
Theodore G. Meier, 3938 Washington ave
nue, St. Louis. Mo.. Bashnm Reamer, son
of Mrs. E. K. Punnett. Interment in Louis
GOODENOW— In St. Paul, on the SlstHnst.,
intant son of Henry P. and Lillian C.
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Church, Corner Fifth and Exchange Sts.
— Services every Sunday at 10:30 o'clock a. in.
and 7:30 o'clock p. m. liev. D. R. Breed, D
D.; of Chicago, 111., will preach tomorrow,
morning and evening. Sabbath school and
Bible classes at 12:15 o'clock p. m. ; Society
of Christian Endeavor meets in the lecture
room at 0:3? o'clock p. m. mid-week lecture
and prayer meeting. Wednesdays at 8 o'clock
p. m. All are welcome.
■\TOTICE IS HKKKBY GIVEN THAT
1^ the annual meeting of the stockholders
of the Edison Electric Light and Power Com
pany of St. Paul will be held at the office of
the said company in bt, Paul, Minn., on Mon
day, Nov. 7. at 4 o'clock p. m., for the elec
tion of directors and such other business
as may reguiarly'come before it. George 11.
Finn. Secretary. ■*'
PEOPLES CHURCH, PLEASANT AX.
JL —At 10:30 a. m.. Dr. Smith will speak of
"The Piovidential Mission of Columbus."
At 7:31 there will be a platform meeting in
the interest of prison reform, with short ad
dresses by Gov. Merriam, Senator C. K. Davis
and Rev. 11. Hart. - '
NITY CHt'KCH — ON W ABAS HA
St.', Foot of Summit Ay. — Sunday school
meets at 10; services begin nt 11 o'clock; the
pastor. liev. Samuel M. Crothers will preach
on "The Church and the School: or the In
fluence of Modern Educational Principles on
Religion:" struts free: nil arc welcome.
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on his daily trip with the mails. Mrs.
Ilanses, wishing to attend the Columbi
an anniversary services in the church,
only about 200 yards from the house,
left her two children, aired one and
four, in the house alone, thinking they
would be perfectly safe. Within twenty
minutes the house was discovered in a
mass of flames, and nothing . could be
■ done in tinin to rescue the children.
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J I >% Contains Instructions for Amateur Bands, 1 1 V» ,
Jj 111 Exercif ci and Drum Major's Tactics, liy- _ll_\n
*hnMM»Lava and » selected List of Band Musio. 9j*tlik
Frank W. Pi n s a ;
THIRD and CEDAR, and
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Ladies' Swiss, embroidered in . it _
delicate designs, valuoup >• I If"
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50 Dozen Ladies' Sheer.pure .) ftp
Linen, hand-embroidered, }■ I'll*
value 40c. j Z.UU
8-bnlton length, improved )f\ r
fastener (cord and gilt citch) [ U ?| p
at wrist, sailing price $1.25. )UUU
4-butt on Light Tan Suede,
black buttons aid)A| f&fi
stitching; reduced from [\ S gill
Ladies' Silk-Fleeced Hose, ) jf^^-.
reoular price 30c V- 8 By
The celebrated 6.D. Cor
set, Fast Black, two -
side steels.perfect-ii!- ) A I AA
ting, regular $1.50 Y\\ BBSS
style ) &I|UU
THE LARGEST STOCK OF THE BEST
MAKES OF CORSETS IN THE CITY
AT LOWEST PRICES.
Wright's Health Fleeced Wear for
Ladies, Gents aad Children at Reduced
Children's Natural Wool
Ribbed Ves»s and ) rt.C**in*%
Pan's, regular price > /*% !■ fll
35c up ) £tJUIi|J
NT PHMIPN Th.D.. Analytical and
» ll£i£lli£il^ Technical" Chemist
Office and Lab., No. 133 East Fifth street.
St, Paul, Minn. Personal attention given
to all kinds of Assaying, Analyzing and
Testing. Chemistry applied for all arts
VICTORY IS OTJRS!
In these busy days an 1 stirring- nights for candidate? and voters, it is a great satisfaction to knowtha*
onr FURNITURE and STOVES have won- popular favor. It will bear the light of day as well as night. That
we keep the best quality and latest designs is well known. Light the torch of good judgment an.l join the
procession now coming: to buy Furniture and Sterling Stoves, lie with the great majority. Yours tor Victory,
THE STERLING FURNITURE, STOVE & CARPET CO.,
318-320 EAST SEVENTH STREET. J. J. Biebighauser, Prop.
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BROWNING, KING & CO. I f PLYMOUTH
I I Clothing House
Seventh Street. Seve_tli Street.
THE CLOTHING CENTER OF ST. PAUL
Seventh Street. Seventh Street. -
NICOLL I I ~
THE TAILOR! ! 1 *• **' nUbOOfl .
so. R. Hoflliu & Co., Minneapolis, Agents o !
CAN BE SEEN AT
BROWNING, KING & CO.'S
On every Suit and Overcoat offered to the
retail trade. It will not only be the winning
ticket this year, but will win in years to come,
as it has in those gone by.
On this ticket there is nothing more or less
than the magic name of BROWNING, KING
<fe CO., which in itself is a written guarantee
that every garment bearing that name is worth
at least double the ordinary class of "made-up
If you wish to be on the winning side,
and at the- same time be well dressed at a rea
sonable expense, it will pay you to examine
our fall Tailor-Made Single and Double-
Breasted Sack Suits and Overcoats, stylishly
made from the latest fabrics, at $15 and $20.
ST. PAUL, MINN.
RWL ORDER DEFT.
Goods sent to any part of the Northwest on
approval. Send for measurement blank, with
full instructions for self -measurement.
J/<t^n ■ noT ISBr^llllUUy esisly, quickly
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l«~; & «rim Mil nl>nfinCy restorer. A Guaranteed
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<*4@£Z/skr£& e ?'°r J 1 Prcst J? tion . caused by the use of tobacco or " alcohol,
/^ar^SSwSSsS' Wakefulness, Mental Depression, Softenii <of the Brain Loss
before and after use, of power in either sex, Involuntary Losses, rmatorrhoaa
caused by over exertion of the brain, self-.ibn;c and over indulgence. . We give a written guar
antee with iix boxes to cure any case or refund the monty, $1 fjf) A Bflß R RfIKFS POP «X no
SPANISH MEDICINE CO., Madrid apain. Branch Cffib«, U. s:A.rsltroit
For sale in St. Taul tv Ticbuor & Jcgger. Eyan Hotel Drug Store ertSt Kob a
R. M. NEWPORT & SON
Lean money on improved proparts la
Paul and Minneapolis
At « Per Cent u i)a or Before.
Sew Pioneer Press BulMinif, St. Paul.
CHAS. K. LEWIS ft CO., Commission
merchants and Stock Biokers. No. L' Gil
flllan Block. SL Paul:^ and 3 Chamber of
Commerce, Minneapolis. Omin, provisions
and stocK bought and sold for cash or on
marßins. Special attentiou Riveu to out of
1/ AD I PCI C Sure ire 1 will send
V fliilljilllCLL tl»e recipe that cured mo
iniiivuubuk free to anyone.
L. & Frau&lin, Music Dealer, .Marshall, Mich,