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HEARING THE VICTORY.
A ROUND OF SATURDAY NIGHT EN
THOt SANDS OF DEMOCRATS
Come Out to the Various Ward
>:eet"ngs— The Third Ward
J'-clipsos Closing Meet
ing at Market Hall Monday
Might— Political Caravan on:
Wheels — All the Democrats
Oneofthe brilliant meetings of the
municipal campaign was that; of the
'Ihird ward Democracy last evening, at
headquarters hail, comer of Seventh
and Wacouta streets. - Eveiy^seat was
taken and standing room-was at a pre
mium.** At least 500 were' unable to
gain, en trance at all.
As the ban 4 played a lively air R. A.
Smith arrived, making nis way to the
platform amid cheers that could easily
have been heard at the city hall, drown
ing the music fora few moments, when
the band joined in the welcoms to St.
I'aul's next mayor with "The Conquer
ing Hero Comes." "■
That sterling young Democrat and
president of the Third Ward clv'>, E. J.
Danagh, presided. In a live-minute
speech lie roused great enthusiasm
which reached its climax as he intro
duced K. A. Smith, the first speaker.
The ex-mayor and the next mayor re
turned his sincere thanks for the cordi
ality of the welcome accordedhim. He
made his remarks brief, congratulating
his fellow Democrats upon the certainty
ot victory at the polls on Tuesday next.
Hon. D. W. Lawler said that the en
thusiasm shown by the Third Ward
Democrats was the presage of victory.
significant of the glory of the triumph
to be achieved over the city hall in
treiichment of corruption and spoils.
He hastily sketched the worth of the
candidate for mayor, and all the Demo
cratic candidates, among whom are no
$15 assemblymen nor $40 divorce law
ers. He reviewed the* administration
of. the last two years, and in scathing
terms depicted the narrowness, hypoc
risy and corruption which was its only
and . entire record. In. a magnificent
peroration he drew a picture of Demo
cratic history, tearing away the film of
Republican chaff and falsehood, coming
from cowards who refused the Demo
cratic challenge to show that in thirty
years of Democratic administration a
dollar had b^eu squandered or wasted.
Judge J. J. McCafferty said it was in
the air that next Tuesday would wit
ness a glorious Democratic triumph, a
victory of tin; people, for the people, by
the people. To prove this, he gave a
Republican estimate given him by lead
ing politicians of that party yesterday
afternoon, the figures being: ?'?:".??
Doran, 5.000 vines.
J. 11. Davidson, 7.300 votes.
R. A. Smith. 16,000 votes.
They give it up, said the speaker—
the Republicans are not in it. .
After referring to the splendid work
being. done by . the young men in the
«am aign, and the worthiness of the
Democratic candidates, naming many
of them, Judge McCafferty with tran
scendent eloquence repudiated the' Re
publican lie, of which they ought io be
ashamed, that the people of SL Paul
are bigoted and sectarian. No city of
the country is more thorough American,
unbiased, unprejudiced in every tiber
than the city of St. Paul. lt is an
American city because 'a Democratic
city, because Democracy is American
ism, honorable and loyal to the best, the
purest^ the high est. type of manhood. *
p. Ei Holman said that his interest iii
tlio campaign "came from nis sense of
duty to do what was in his power to
rescue the ciiy from bad- government
and give it good government. The op
position is on the run*' he said, as wit
ness tbe falsehoods told by the Pioneer
Press and the startling series of retrac
tions it has oeei: forced' to ..make, day
after daj, resulting from the mad accu
sations resorted lo as a cover for defeat.
Dr. A. J. Stone made a telling speech,
sparkling with argumentation, tilled
with hard facts, touching , Republican
misrule in municipal affairs.
Other speeches were made by T. D.
O'Brien, J.J.Parker. John Ives,
Wiliiam Rhodes and F. L. McGhee, and
it was nearly midnight when the meet
ing concluded. Z'ff' :
The evening was a profitable one for
Democracy and for the. people's cause.
and the Third ward will do its duty at
the Tuesday elections.
Closing Up the Campaign With
. Earnest Enthusiasm.
A splendid meeting was held last
evening at the corner of Wells" and
Payne avenue, which was addressed by
McGhee, the colored lawyer and orator,
Clarence E. Robb, A. L. Robinson,
William Rhodes, H. J. Strousc, W. P.
Murray and Benn Davis. McGhee took
the lead and entertained for an hour.
receiving hearty applause every two or
three minutes and three rousing cheers
at the close. He discussed Doran from
every possible standpoint, and insisted
that St. Paul had never* been disgraced
in the eyes of its citizens or any one
else until they elected a reform admin
istration. The other speeches were
happy "and well put, and the enthusi
asm found on every hand indicated that
the First ward will make a good report
on Tuesday. : .-,'?.:
ENTHUSIASM IN THE SECOND.
Lacker's Hall Packed to Over-
flowing Last Night.
"Never has such a Democratic meet
ing been seen in the Second ward," was
tlie unanimous verdict of the gathering
at Luckei's hall, corner Margaret and
Forest streets, last night. Fully as
many were on the outside trying to get
in as succeeded in forcing an entrance.
They stood on boxes, chairs, the stair
way and occupied every point of vant
age in the hall after the seats were
filled. Fully s*oo people were present.
The large platform was lined with Dem
ocratic candidates, and the vast crowd
never seemed to tire of hearing them.
The meeting lasted until 11 o'clock with
Coleman J. Flaherty presided, and T.
J. McDermott acted as secretary. The
speakers were E. C. Ives, Dr. A. J.
Stone. ,i. .1. McCafferty, Dan W. Lawler,
Charles Kartak, B. A. Smith, F. W.
Bolt, Matt Egan and others. E. C. Ives
was the first speaker, and he spoke on
general issues. _>'.';.:
Dr. A. J. Stone made an enthusiastic
speech, lie spoke of the grandeur of
the cily. and claimed its development,
.from nothing is due to the Democratic
party. * zf'
- lion. C. E. fiolman made a telling
and convincing speech that bristled
villi points, showing the fallacies cf
the present administration. Matt Egan,
randidate for the assembly, ; was intro
duced, and he'urgedthe voters .to vote
the' straight Democratic ticket," "'f
Dan W. Lawler was the next speaker;
When the applause had somewhat sub
sided, he made a .short speech : setting
forth the duplicity of Republican finan
cial statements. '•*•"- "*.**'-•*
-.-'• Kobert A. Smith arrived while Mr.
Lawler was speaking, and at his en
trance-''the audience fairly went wild,
and it was some minutes before Mr.
Lttwler could proceed. • "
- At?- tlie conclusion of Mr. Lawler's
speech the- audience would not be
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quieted, and so Mr. 'Smith-was', obliged
to move to the , front. He said: "1 :
'thank you for = the warmth of - your re
ception. flf elected T? will promise to
discharge the duties to the best of in
abilities and 'be a mayor for the whole
city." ■•"-".- -*:-' -ff-.f
Charles Kartak, the candidate for
alderman \ In "-. the ward, was "• called for,
and spoke briefly. f." X ff^..; ''..;-'-
Five Hundred Present :at an
Kighib Ward Rally. " -.
Republican Germans are* as scarce: as
hens' teeth in the; Eighth ward. 7 Five
hundred enthusiastic German Demo
crats attended the .'meeting last, night at
Plebusch's hall, corner of Lafond and
Arundel streets. George 'Mitsch pre
sided! and J. .11. Bayer was the secre
tary. "? William Rhodes, Democratic can
didate for comptroller, 'was? the first
speaker. He ursed his hearers to vote
the Democratic ticket from top to bot
tom." Paul Theegarten- addressed the
meeting in German, explaining in detail
how the voters should mark the ticket.
Mayor Ludwig, of Winona, was pres
ent and responded to the call for a
speech. He made an excellent effort,
arousing the greatest enthusiasm.
JudgeVTwo.liy entered the hall just as
Mayor Ludwig" was closiiu, ami was
greeted with an ovation. I.J. Parker
expressed himself on the issues of the
campaign, and elicited rounds- of ap
George Gerlach urged everyone pres
ent to tlo his duty on election day, not
only by voting but by urging others
to vote the Democratic ticket. , -.- ----_
Papa Jarahisffek made the closing ad
dress, tti rowing in a good deal of humor
in his remarks. He was cheered to the
echo from start to finish. .
Ringing Speeches at Ajd's Hall,
in the Fifth.
One of the most enthusiastic of the
many Democratic rallies of last night
was held at Ayd's hall, in the Fifth
ward. The speakers were K. A. Walsh,
D. F. Peebles. Henry F. Wessel, P. J.
Fortune and James Conn i can. .The en
thusiasm : knew no bounds whenever
the name of R. A. Smith f was ' men
tioned. Mr. Walsh .paid " glowing
tributes to Mr. Smith. Judge
Twohy.- Alfred S. Hall and- several
Otters of the Democratic candidates.
Mr. Wesst'l made a logical argument,
showing the cause of the present de
pression, tracing it clearly to the
flagrant Republican financial? legisla
tion. Mr. Peebles, in his clear, ringing
notes, contrasted the present city ad-?
ministration; with administrations of .
former years. Mr. Coriuican ripped!
McCardy's figures up the ..back, and |
snowed the fallacy of paying city debts. \
by issuing new certificates.^Fortune's?
speech-was immense, keeping the audi
ence in. uproars of laughter ' and ap
plause. m is was altogether the "best"
meeting of the campaign.. '"ff .-'■* ■"'■" i '■''.•'■]
SEVK.N CUiiXKBs DK.t_OCU._TS.
Gen. Johnson and Others Address
the Club. "■■
Gen. R. W. Johnson was the first
speaker of the evening at .the meeting
of the Seven Corners Young Men's
Democratic club last night. ; ' : ' -
. In speaking personally of Mr. Smith,
he said: "No man or woman ever went
to him for little help and was re
pulsed. He has given his salary as
mayor, and much more, to the relief of
the poor." In regards to the cutting
down of expenses that the Republicans
claim, he went on: '•They have re
duced expenses by discharging the poor
street laborers, by cutting the firemen
10 per cent, and lowering the slender
wages already received by the? school
teachers." National politics came in
for a part of his attention, and r " Messrs.-
Rhodes.. Hall and Hoi man each .were
coin pli men tarily.- mentioned. ;s Messrs.
Campbell. Monahan, McDermott, Tardy
and Kirk laud- followed with earnest.'
speeches, if .'.-'. f:-ZiY- -f -"XT'
THKY AH*** STILL LOYAL. *'
Hebrew Democrats Reaffirm. . Al
To th c Editor of the GloDe. V
Will you permit us through the col
umns ot your valuable paper to deny
the allegation made by the Republican
and People's party, that the West Side
Hebrew Democrats have been affiliating
with either of the above-named parties,
• although both parties have offered our
people money and promises to have us
vote' and- support their candidates,
which has been refused iv every, in
stance. Tonight there was an attempt
to organize a Hebrew Republican club,
which proved a flat failure. A few
Hebrews from the other skiu ol the
river called a meeting in. a private
house, and, after explaining the nature
of the call, 5. Colin, who ruus a second
hand store on West Third street, pro
ceeded to put names down, and then
declared them all membersof that club.
When our peoule found out' the
cheat, with one or two exceptions,
they walked out of the house,
and before leaving the secretary
1. Fine, who has been shouting for R.A.
Smith and the Democratic party, said
they could all get S3 apiece for these
votes if they wouid stick to the club.
Not being aide to net Republican He-
brews enough to organize, they imported
J.Kivovitz aud Agent Kivovitz, peddlers,
from Minneapolis, who, with K. Leiber
man.from the East side, constituted t'.e
so-called club. We wish it distinctly
uuderstood that if any of the Hebrew
people of the West side joined the Re
puoiicans they are the outcasts of our
nationality and members of the Coxey
ite army, too degraded to be classed
with honest Hebrew Democrats. We
desire to state that the Sixth Ward
Hebrew Democratic club; has still in
full standing 250 members, and each
one stands firmly to the Demociatic
party, with whom they will now and
forever hereafter affiliate. We are not
Democrats today and Republicans to
morrow, but Democrats from priucipie,
and not for sale at. any price.
We would also beg . leave to
state that K. ; Oxman, one
of tbe prime movers in this organiza
tion was only a few days ago expelled
Trom one of the precinct committees,
as it was learned he was an A." P. A.
and was trying to spy in our ranks for
the Republican party. We desire to
have it strictly understood that this
Oxman is uot a fit subject to affiliate
with any party, and for such as he we
have the bitterest contempt, and will
ingly consign him to the Republican
parly, as he is a disgrace. to our nation
and an imposition on the public.
Signed by members of the Sixth ward
Hebrew Democratic club.
Louis Uoldstixe, -
'? "c-'l: schachtman. ■
The Plymouth Clothing. Honse .
Controls nearly all the best makes in
Hats, Clothes, Furnishings, and sells
them at "Plymouth" prices. - -
First Ward Hebrews. , -■ ff
The Hebrew Democrats had a rousing
meeting at 840 Payne avenue last even
ing, which was addressed by. W. P.
Murray, Judge Hall _ and H. J. Strouse.
About 150 were present, and it was ap
parent that the Interest in the campaign
has not lessened a bit since they first
started in to redress the wrongs done
them by the present reform administra
tion. Th* meeting '&&*_ largely^ in the
interest . of Strouse! but when": he . ad- .
vised, nay urged them, to cut him, if
they would, or if . they could - make a
Continued on Eighth Pgae.
THE . SAIXT PAUL TAILY GLOBS SUNDAY MO&NTyq APKIL -0, JS*K --TW^TY-FOOTi PAGE?.
OUR METHODS. i\v"V
: We aim to get the best
.'goods that \ money can pro
cure, and. we usually get
them. 1 :-- - . v - i.f
We aim to advertise them
in an honest and straightfor
ward manner— without- ex
aggeration and without price
Nothing is concealed. If
there's a particle of cotton
in a piece of Dress Goods we
tell it. If we didn't it would
be as bad as selling Sterling"'
Sliver ? Spoons * which, are
made out of an old lead.
pipe. .'.,... .Vi iSiY
■i Assortments, . like quali
ties, are always the best. -
fl Last and equally impor
tant—our prices are always
guaranteed to be ihe Lowest.
YVe are never undersold.
In a shorty time every
body will be wearing Cot
ton Dresses. The hand
somest Gowns will be those
which were selected early.
Assortments grow smaller
every day, and the best
things are the first to sell.
The reserve stock of those
beautiful Zephyr and Mad
ras Ginghams, Lace Stripes
and Embroidered Effects
will go on sale tomorrow at
A yard. This includes the
beautiful - patterns which
were used in our window
display. They are full 32
inches wide, and the poorest
ol them were never sold for
less than 35 cents. The Lace
Stripes and Embroidered
Effects are worth 40 and 45
This week the price is 19
The general stock of fine
Imported Cotton Wash Fab
rics is the best this side of
* .blew stales, in \s mall
.checked and fancy - mixed
Suitings, 50 inches wide,
$1.25 a yard. } iff f
I The best thing of the sea
-son is our new line of All-
Wool Storm Serges, black,
navy and colors, 44 inches
wide, at fi£
•special. , „-; ■ "
i .10 pieces of Black Storm
Serges, 44 inches wide, 750
Cents a yard. They're worth
a great deal more.
Are good Silks scarce ? It
would seem so if stocks may
be judged 'by advertise
ments. Read them all and
you'll see nothing but 15
.and -25 and 29-cent Silks.
That's not our kind. We sell
good Silks, and we sell them
Printed Jap Silks in four
and five-toned printings, and
in a superb, quality, 69
cents a yard. The usual
price is 85c.
Our "Standard Twills"
are the cheapest Silks one
can buy. They'll outwear
half a dozen ordinary Silks,
and they're the handsomest
fabrics of the season. Price,
$1.00. ; ;!?(
Black and White , and
Blue and White Glace Su
rahs, extra heavy, 22 inches
wide, $1.00 a yard.
Fancy Taffetas for waists
and full gowns, stripes, dots
and figures, $1.00 and
No ye 1 1 y Changeable
Glace Silks, in twenty color
combinations, $1.00 a yard.
f Plain Black and Fancy
Satin Stripe Grenadines;
purest silk, firm as a linen
duck, j i 24 inches ' wide,:.. 88
cents ; a yard value ,$1.2 5.
? : '.Novelty Gauze Grena
dines, beginning at : $13.50
for full dress patterns.
Ladies' Pure Irish Linen
FIELD, MAHLER & CO.
fancy biock work and small
embroidered initial in cor
ner, ... -sheer and :[ fine, only
25 cents each. One of
them is worth a dozen clum-}
sy cotton handkerchiefs. >:
A good way to judge a
. cloak stock is -by the n um
ber- of buyers. Women
always know where styles
are best and 7 prices ■ lowest^
Capes of newest materi
als and cut in newest
shapes, $2.75 to $70.00.
No trouble to suit any
purse. zf'.i ■ : > : : ii'ri^''zi 3
The same may be said of
our Jackets. . Prices range
between. s4.7s and $4500.
And the cheapest as well as
the best are made in 'the
best possible manner.
Ladies' Suits of Storm
Serge and English Covert
Cloths, in all the fashiona
ble shapesand colors. $5.50,
$7.00, $9.00, $11.00, and
up to $25.00. These suits 5
are tailor-made and a per
fect fit is guaranteed. \
/Laundered Shirt Waists
at $1.25. We're told
they're as good any in St.
Paul at $1.50 and $1.65.
? It's easy to go wrong in
Waterproofs,, especially if
you heed bad advice. We
are sole agents for Mandle
berg's Cravenette Storm
Coats. There's no rubber
in them; they're perfectly
odorless • and • cooler than
garments containing rubber.
They are absolutely water
proof and not expensive.
Children's Jackets, this
season's newest styles, made
of all-wool plain ■■ and
checked Tweeds, -.- - z.u
;--'^^:s^Bs:" '-■. v
each; former prices were?
$5.50 and $6. 25. ......
Dresses, a ■••few "of* --them*
slightly soiled, but most of
them -, perfectly fresh and
new, 98 cents each torn or-,
row. Former prices $1.25.
to $1.65., Sizes 3 to 14
years. fjlff 'jififjYYiz: ' Y'Y : - !
Another *. lot -'-iat .* $1.25
each ;'i former 1 prices, 5i. 75,
$2.00 and $2.50! In nearly
every instance the bare ma
terials are worth more. '
White Lisle Corset Cov
ers, V-shaped neck, trimmed
with crochet silk edge and
ribbon, 50 cents.
Fine.Cambric Skirts, with
deep flounce, finished with
one row of lace and . inser
tion, $1.28 each. . <.i i
* Z. Z. Corsets are . the
most graceful '; and fit per
fectly. Price only $3.00.
The largest stock we ever
had, and ' certainly the best
values. All are made with
standard Paragon frames.
All have tassels on handles
and a case goes with every
Umbrella. Prices, $i.oo,
Si. 25, 1. 58, $2.00 and
Matched Sets in all of
Normandy, * • ';;
- Point de Paris,
Point d' Esprit, .?^^S^
Point d' Irlande, '"|g
Point Venise, f u :
Point Applique, ' 3j
Oriental, Medici and
All in the newest designs
and all at lowest prices.
WETTING PAPER. >
- Do you follow the- fash
ions? The latest in fancy
Writing Paper is ? called
"Prince of Wales French
Gray. It's a soft, ; pleasing
and delicate tint, rich and; at
the same time modest. It
is 'shown here in _ twenty
shapes and : sizes, and it's
shown here exclusively. ;
DEAPEMEa : ,
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If your husband growls
FIELD, MAHLER & CO.
and grumbles at houseclean
ing, these ; items- will please
him when it comes to buy
ing Curtains. - A. man al
ways is ?pl eased v to save
three or -four dollars on a
pair of Curtains, especially
ii there . : are many to. buy.
A^sk him to read this: '
;'s4 ; pairs Silk-Stripe Cur
tains,.; 3 J^ yards long, 48
i^hes wide, 5 different col
ors, $3. 85 a pair; reduced
fr^m $5. 50. ;
«/*A little lot of Real Brus-
sels Curtains, in all-over de
signs, -3^ : yards . long,
$8.60 a pair ; marked down
from $13.00. *:: r / -'. .--.
Yj Tambour Curtains, two
toned effects, full size, $7.25
a pair were $9. 50.
? s We make Window Shades
to fit windows of any size.
Only the best cloth and roll
! ers are used. if j - Maybe we
■can save some money.
; Try us. ; 'Y'ii'iz
! 1,500 yards of -White;
Striped Dimity, 30 inches
: wide, 30 Cents a yard to
morrow. It costs more to
import. ? xl,
THE VEEY BEST.
I ;. 200 dozen of genuine
j (imported) : : Swiss Ribbed
j Vests, ecru or white, with
; silk laces in neck and
arms, 25 cents each.
I is And 00 dozen Fine Fan
cy Swiss Ribbed Lisle Vests f
V neck, no sleeves, ecru or
white, with silk laces in
neck and arms, .';
;; 25 Cents
each tomorrow. As they
are worth 50 cents we
wouldn't be surprised if the
entire lot was sold out in a
FOR MEN. z^ffMMi
Laundered i Negligee
Shirts, with attached collar
and cuffs, or with two de
tached collars, in newest pat
terns and colorings. $1.00
each. ; They're the best we
ever sold at .this price.
';Newi\ T eckwear -irt;; small
knots and narrow four-in
hands, '25 cents. S. :
;V You "■ may say :to . your
wife or daughter- or sister
that they are : the 1 ? correct
thing to be worn; with Shirt
Waists. v -~ : ?\*. :'-- "■■''•'■ V
Mail orders get the best
Field, Mahler & Co
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LOW RATES FOR THE SUMMER
. Water Works Systems.
US. INDIAN SERVICE, FORT PECK
» Agency. Mont. PoDl»r Creek, Mont.,
April Uth, U9J. -SEALED PROPOSALS, en
dorsed"Proposals tor Water Works Systems,"
and addressed to the undersigned at Poplar
Creek, Montana, will.be received at this
Agency until one o'clock p. m. of May Ist,
1804, for furnishing, delivering and placing
in position at this Agency, and at -the Wolf
Point sub- Agency, water tanks, wind-mills,
pumps. iron pipe, fire hydrants, etc., required
iv the construction ot water-works systems.
A lull list of the articles required, together
with plans and specifications governing 'the
work at each point, will be furnished upon
application to the undersigned. . Indians to
be employed to do all- necessary. work of ex
cavating for ; water _ pipes, foundations, etc.
Rates ]er day to be paid them- will be sup
plied Didders upon application. Bidders
will state in their bids the length of time pro
posed to be consumed in tbe construction of
each system, and submit separate bids for the
wjzrk at each point. The right is reserved to
reject any or all bids, - or any part of any bid,
it deemed for the best interest of the service.
Each bid must be accompanied by a certi
fied check or draft upon some United States
Depository or solvent National Bank in the
vicinity of the residence of the bidder, made
payable to the order of the Commissioner of :
Indian Affairs, for at least FIVE PER CENT
<_>_*" the amount of the proposal, which check
ordraft will be forfeited to the United States
in case auy bidder -or bidders | receiving an
award shall fail to promptly execute a . con
tract with good and sufficient sureties, other
wise to be returned to the -. bidder. - Bids ac
cqaipanied by cash in lieu ot a certified
check will not be considered. - CAPT. H. W.
SPtKOLE, .U. S. A., Acting U. S. Indian
Agent. - - " »". "*- --•--•
SFk GORED pay.
t\ Financial Reference
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Written guarantee to absolutely t Core an '
Kinds Rupture or either sex without use of
knife, from one td"l__eß weeks, no matter of
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STORE YOUR FURS,
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BLANKETS AND WINTER CLOTHING
In one of our New Patent .
Moth Proof Packing Trunks
A 'Stitch in Time Saves Nine."
Look over your old Trunk and Traveling Bag and see if
they don't need a few repairs. If they do,
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And, at nominal cost, we will put same in good repair.
WE HAVE REMOVED
TO OUR NEW QUARTERS," ' "\
406 AND 408 WABASHA STREET.
L D. HORTON TRUNK CO.
j'zYi LOOK FOR THIS TRADE MARK.
AFter La Grippe i
The system needs: a stimulant;
;. something to build up strength;
there is nothing so good
as a pure Port Wine—
"KOYAL RUBY" PORT WINE
Convalescents will find it a
a strengthening cordial for the weak
and aged, and those reduced by
Try it this spring instead • ./.'...
--of a patent medicine.
Brand is what
ttS*sl.oo per quart bottles; $10.00 per* case of 1
ili'i, dozen quarts. ; 1 dozen | sent, express paid, to
any address within 200; miles of St. Paul, on
receipt $12.00. \
KENNEDY & CHITTENDEN,
No. 5 E. Third St., St. Paul, Minn
'...-_ .-•• ' ■' f ZZi. ...iff- . .-':.--.-.: 7, >_-__•■--..
Each one adapted to the euro of one disease. \ ;'"' '-
Anti-Cold Tablets-- - 25**.
Catarrh Tablets .........:...... ..25c
Anti-Fat Tablets ...:.50c .
Digestive Tablets .......... 25c,
Headach & Neuralgia
Nervous Debility Tablets $1
Cough Tab1et5.. ....... .......25c ;
Croup Tablets ..........;:.25c
Kidney Tablets 25c
Liver Tablets 25c
Sore Throat Tablets ..25c.
Worm Tablets ..:— «....:...25c. ,
Book containing list and full directions free. Any '
Kpecitlc sentpoxr-.iid on receiptor price.- Prepared
?ri_«f IAII A 1 ?"•"*--*"• * Hri PHARMACY CO. .
(The St. Paul Homoeopathic Pharmacy), 10 V Eaat
Screnth Btreet, St. Fsal, Minn. . , T^
* cog a- •tnu m
nF&VJ£ ,E &.J HESYS TEM ACAINST !
DISEASE- Hastens recovery from La Cri.ca
and other diseases. CURES DYSPEPSIA.
PTSold by all dniggist?. $1.00 per "hottTeV* 5 :° 8 -~?*-
"By a thorough knowledge of the natural
I laws which govern the operations of diges
-1 tion aud nutrition, and br a careful applica- '"
tion of the fine properties of .well-selected
Cocoa. Mr. Epps has provided for our break- •
fast and supper a flavored beverage ,:
which may save us many heavy doctors" bills • "■
It is by the judicious use of such articles of
diet that a constitution, may be gradually
built up until strong enough to resist every
tendency to disease. Hundreds of subtle
maladies are floating around us ready to at- :
tack wherever there is a weak point. We
may escape many a fatal shaft by keeping
yurselves well fortified with pure blood and 3
a properly nourished frame."— Civil Service
Gazette. . , .., . -.. . ?
Made simply with boiling water' or milk
bold only in half-pound tins, by Groceri '?
labelled thus: '.. ...• ,-, ■ a .
JAMES EPPS A CO., Ltd.. nomffi£ath- v
ie Chemists, Loudon, Eng.. >ii<f.i
DR. W. J. HDRD &m X
New office after April 15. . , /^^fl
»1 East Seventh St. Jti & '
Formerly. Third St.- Dr ■ *i* If ■■'. --
llurds Patent Process of" ~Y7L-fJfy>*f~-
Extracting Teeth Wiih- Afflffc^'iffifiS* :'■ '
years' Rucee««.fnl _^^^fV V- /
of cases. . Strict- /MW^a^Z^ff-^^^y \
or cases. Strict- /iSt^^^'^lM^jMlJ^^^^r
Guaranteed. cfe^fiFri. m^^tfi^f
All the latest^Wm&mKitl***** '
m prove- . . -. xo^a&A'i-**' VI ** J
?row«!n£ r Tp r '■£' _ pain *» filing 'and
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While Building Our New Studio??
GALLERY N0. 9 W. THIRD. -
Exquisite Photography !
IT CABINETS and ONE on Bxlo
H (bo no " oi,B
J $3.00. BUS'S'
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lUiKS^ 5^ ZIMMERMAN'S PERSONAL
, ««'__r^ ATTENTION, to APPOINTMENTS
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180 Last Seventh st, St. Pau r Km
greedily rmesaiv privates, nervous, chronio
! and blood and skin diseases of both mxs, •■••
i without the use of mercury or hiudr.iu._t
ironi business. ISO CI'KK, HO 1»A V. Pri
Tate diseases, and all old. lingering' casw
where the blood has become. coisoneJ. can
ing ulcers, blotches,, sore throat and mouth,
pains in the head and bones, and all disease
of: the kidneys and' bladder,, are cared fj:
life. Men of all ages who are suffering fro a
the result of youthful. lndiscretion or er
cesses of mature years, producing ne-vouv
nebs, indigestion, constipation, los% of mem
ory, etc., are .thoroughly and pe.-uiaueailr
cured. - .-••_• •;• •...- -■-._. -
Dr. Feller, who has had many years of ex
, perience this specialty, is a graduate from j '■'■
cue of the leading medical colleges of the
country.": He has never failed ia curing any
cases that cc has -undertaken. Cases ani
"correspondence. sacredly conSdential. Call
;or .write for list of questions. ' 'Medicines ne:it '
by mail an J express "everywhere' ireo irjjj **
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