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ZAHM & MANN.
Continue to Arrive in Fine and
Embracing all the latest Colorings, Effects
and Designs, combined with excellence of
Plain ana Lace Buntings,
English. Freud and
Crepe. Armure and Momie Cloths.
at from 12 l-2c to $1.50 a Yard.
Do not omit to look at our 40-inch and
36-inch all-wool Debeges, Brown Mixed and
Gray Mixed, at 42 IoC1 oC for 36-inch, and 500
for 42-inch wide. They are very cheap. For
See our Silk and Wool Polka Dot, Silk
Warp Henriettas, All Wool Momie Cloths,
Canton Cloths, Armnres, Baratheas.
We also invite attention to new attrac
of the new tints, to correspond with the new
colors in Dress Fabrics, and to oar large
Colored IBM Sis.
We have a good Black Gros Grain Silk at
500 a yard, and at Gso, 75c, 85c, and $1.00 a
yar'l we have extra good value. Look at
oar Black Gros Grain Silks at $1.50 and
$2.00 a yard, and at oar best quality Satin
SPRIG SHAWLS !
Ladies' English Walking Jackets in the
light shades. Black Silk, Cashmer* and
Twilled Cloth Dolmans and Circulars made
in the most fashionable manner.
lii Housekeeping Goods
We have added novelties in Table Covers
and Towels, very rich: Doylies, Napkins and
Tidies, Crash, Huir Crashes, Cretonnes and
Our Muslin Underwear
Is well made from fine Muslins and Cam
brics, handsomely trimmed with Lace and
embroidery, and VERY CHEAP.
Ladies, come and see our goods for
Infant's Wear. Kobes, Slips, Skirts,
We have a fall line of Corsets of all the
best shapes and specialties, from 250 to
$5.00 a pair.
OUR HOSIERY DEPARTMENT
Is unsurpassable in assortment, quality and
cheapness of goods, for Ladies,' Misses,'
Youth's and Infants wear.
Handsome Embroidered, Ladies' Balbrig
gan Hose, at 250 a pair.
Good quality Silk Clocked, Full Fash
ioned, Ladies' Balbrigan Hose, 250 a pair.
We have added everything that is new and
desirable in Lace Lisle, Lisle, Silk and Kid
We are con tinning to add novelties in
Made Up Lace Goods,
Veilings, Ruches, Collarettes, and in Lacxs,
Ties, Scarfs, Handkerchiefs, Ac.
Cor. TIM and Wateliaw Streets
On TLESDAY we will
offer a new line of Wet and
Dried Goods, consisting of
1,000 pieces Cheviots, 500
pieces Crash, 2,000 pieces
prints, and 1,000 pieces
Bleached and Brown Cot
tons, at Attractive "Prices.
CDLBERTSON & CO.
Three Nights Only, and Wednesday Matinee.
Monday, Tuesday & Wei,, April 5, 5,7.
The Eminent Tragedian,
Supported by Fred B. WARDE, and a Powerful
Company, under the management of Wm. M. CON
Mond|y, -A.pril sth,
VlliulrllU 0 1 MR. JOHN McCULLOUGH.
Tuesday, April 6th,
Merchant of Venice. Mr.joK o c c cuiiough.
To conclude with
Katharine & PetrncMo.Mr. ££$%&**.
Tie Honey Moon. Mr. John McCullough.
To be followed by CONJUGAL LESSON.
The Gladiator. mr. joh/mccdllough.
Paruuette and Parquette Circle, $1.00; Balcony,
75c ; Gallery, 50c. Matinee, 75 and 60c. No extra
charge for reserved seats. Box office open for sale
of Beats Friday, April 2d. 92-98
Engagement extraordinary for Three Nights and
rRIIUV SATURDAY 0 Q
IIUUAIj MATINEE. 0j Jj
SATURDAY, & 10.
His Magnificent Comedy in Five Acts, the
GALLEY SLAVE !
A Grand Double New York Success :
Haverly's Theatre, N. Y. ) ( Niblo's Garden, N. Y.
"An unprecedented hit." v ■< 'A continued ovation. 1
100 NIGHTS, 100 I ( 100 NIGHTS, 100
Also, Ilaverly's Theatre, Chicago,
(Three 'Weeks and Second Engagement,)
Where it Is now presented to Houses Crowded by the
Elite of the City, and enthusiastically pronounced
by the Press and Public to be the
Dramatic Event of the Season.
The play -will be cast with the original Company
from Mew York;
HISS MAUDE GRANGER, SIGNORA MA JERONI.
FRANK EVANS . J. J. SULLIVAN.
Miss Estella Mortimer, Mrs. Louisa Morse,
Miss Charlotte Neville, C. A. McManus,
T. H. Burns, Gra Henderson,
Charles Webster, Little Georgie,
Eugene Elberts. Henry Denny,
Tracy Titus .*. Director
Frank Evans Associate Manager
George Miller General Agent.
New and elaborate scenery. New and beautiful
Admission 50c, 75c and $1 . No extra charge for
Hale of seats commences at Opera House Tuesday
morning at 8 a. m.
. BALSAM !
enr ee Colds, Pneumonia, Bronchitis, Asthma,
Croup, Whooping Cough, and all diseases of
the Breathing Organs. It soothes and heals
the membrane of the Liangs, inflamed and
poisoned by the disease, and prevents the
night- sweats and tightness across J the chest
which accompany it. CONSUMPTION is
not an incurable malady. It is only neces
sary to have the right remedy, and HALL'S
BALSAM is that remedy. DON'T DE
SPAIR OF BELIEF, for this benign specific
will onre yon, even though professional aid
CARBOLIC SALVE !
Tho Most Powerful Healing Agent
Henry's Carbolic Salve cures sores.
Henry's Carbolic Salve allays pain.
Henry's Carbolio Salve oures eruptions.
Henry's Carbolio Salve heals pimples.
Henry's Carbolio Salve heals bruises.
Ask for Henry's, and Take No Other.
tSTBEYTABE OF COUNTERFEITS .
Dissolution of Co-Partnership.
Notice is hereby given that the co-partnership
heretofore existing under the firm name and style of
C. H . Kauff man & Co., is this day dissolved by mu
tual consent, M. C . Schuler continuing in the busi
ness and assuming all obligations of the old firm.
C. H. KAUFFMAN.
St . Paul, March 37, 1880. 94-96
THE SAINT PAUL SUNDAY GLOBE, SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 4, 1:80
91 East Third Street,
Invite attention to new
French Wool Suitings, in
plain, hair line and check
"Novelty "goods in Persian
and other new designs for
garniture. Extra fine French
Wool Momies, Armures,
Crepes, Merges, Twills, fyc, in
newest colorings. Newest
shades in Spring cashmeres,
French Wool Debeges in
single and double fold. Fine
French Wool Corel Suitings.
American Buntings, fine
all-wool Buntings, finest
Black French Buntings,
Lace Check Buntings, Lace
Stripe Buntings, Momie
Buntings, fine Black Camel
Hairs in Summer weights.
Fine Black French Momies,
Diagonals, Crepes, Armures,
"Basket" and other desir-
400 pieces best makes black
French Cashmeres at JfOc
1,000 pieces Cheap and
Medium Dress Goods, in the
best shades and newest de
In "Wash" Goods we offer
trench Cotton Momies,
French Cambrics, American
Cambrics and Percales-
Finest Scotch Zephyr Ging
hams, Canton and Madras
Ginghams, Domestic Ging
hams, printed Lawns, plain
Lawns, Lattice Lawns, Linen
Lawns, Tissue Lawns, Cord
ed pks, Check pks, Lace pks,
Stripe Swisses, Dotted Swisses
All above goods are offered
at LOWEST Eastern prices,
and lower tJian same quali
ties can be bought at else
where in this State.
It will pay you to examine
our prices on Linen Damasks
Bed spreads, Towels, Nap
200 Handsome wool Drug
get Crumb Cloths, at 60c on
Now opening, Large Line
Ladies' Muslin Underwear
of best makes.
91 East Third Street.
Oar New Patterns this Season are
the perfection of the designers'
skill. They are fashioned by the
best Artists in the Tailoring Trade,
and are in every respect (to all in
tents and purposes) Custom Work.
The prices are at least 30 per cent,
less than any real, or so-called, mer
chant tailoring store ever named for
like fabrics. Our new English pat
terns in Three-Button Cut-Away
Sack and Frock Suits, are the latest
agony for young men, and range in
price from $15.00 to $20.00 for the
East Third Street, St. Paul.
This machine has automatic ten- ill! H H I I
■ions and automatic spooler, besides II II 11 . I I
all late improTements common to It JJUx/
other machines. Material and finish
first-class. Is silent, fast, and will wear a lifetime.
Jno. M. Falrfleld, 279 State St., Chicago.
ROAD BICYCLES £S,
Imported. Norm Stallions.
I have two Percheron Norman Stallions, recently
selected and imported from France, by E. A. Buck,
publisher of New York Spirit of Times, and
registered in the Percheron Norman Btud Book,
which I will sell an interest in or let out on shares to
a responsible party. The horses can be seen at
Hastings, and terms known, by addressing before
April sth, E. W. GROSVENOR, • •'•
86-95 -..<; -.'y-. ■ Hastings, Minn.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS. •
wall & BiGHEiiOW. .
GRAIN AND PROVISION COMMISSION
No. 61, East Third St., TJp-Stairs,
St. Paul, Minn.
Buy and sell futures on grain and provisions in Chi
cago and Milwaukee on margins.
<W5-96 CHARLES H. WALL. Manager.
A LBERTSON'S C. O. D. LAUNDRY, 83 E. Third
j\, street. Goods called for and delivered. 239-38
FAIR DEALING CLOTHING HOUSE!
IS NOW OPEN AT
66 EAST THIRD STREET, ■ - - - - ST. PAUL, MINN.
next Door to New German American Bant. NO OLD STOCK, ALL NEff GOODS, AT OLD PRICES, H. T, JOHNSON, Proprietor,
We now show the largest
and most varied selection in
this Market of
Medinm anil Low Priced. Goods,
Especially adapted to the
present § coming season, in
Seaside Zephyrs 7
Plain and Lace Buntings,
All Wool Detenu
In Gray and Brown effects,
SAT I NS.
Full line of Colored Satins in
all the latest shades. Bronze,
Beige, Peacock, Sapphire,
Heliotrope, Gendarme, Sky
Blue, Azure Blue, Cream,
Pink, Cardinal, Lemon, Etc.
Largest line ever shown, in
latest designs, at 50c, 60c,
65c, 75c and 85c per yard.
In BlHst Sis,
A complete line of Gros
Grain Silks, from 75c to
$4.00 per yard.
Black Satins de Lyon at
$1.50, $1.75 9 $2 % 00, $2.50,
$3.00, $3.25 and $3.50 per
We offer this week, as a
special bargain, 25 pieces
Bonnets 20-inch Black Gros
Grains, at $1.00 per yard.
Notice of DissoMonof co-FartnerstniL
Notice is hereby given that the partnership herete
fore existing under the firm name of Brecher, Becht I
& Co., has this day been dissolved by mutual con
sent, the undersigned, Arnold Brecher, one of said
firm, ha vine sold and transferred his entire intere-t
and property in Baid partnership business and assets
to his co-partnera and retired from Baid business.
The business will be continued at the old stand,
No. 104 East Third street, St. Paul, under the firm
name and style of
Geo. W. Becht & Co.
All persons holding claims against said firm of
Brecher, Becht & Co., will confer a favor by prompt
ly presenting them for adjustment.
GEO. W. BECHT.
St. Paul, April 3d, 1830.
R. P. HALL'S
A Galvanic Battery
is imbedded in a medicated
plaster, and, when applied to
u'ant eurrfM of electricity,
remedial agent for the curs
i Sciatica, Headach*. Spraini,
I/if eases, or Female Weaknet*
i magical. Sold by Druggists,
f 50 cents.
N & CO., Proprietors, 13
the body, produces a cor,
forming the most powerful
of Rheumaiitm, Neuralgia,
Spinal Difficulty, Ferrous ,
ever known. Its effects are
or sent by mail on receipt o
Address BELL MAN
FIVE CENTS A LINE
ELYTLE, 41 JACKSON STREET—PAWN
■ BROKER— to Loan and Unredeemed
Pledges for sale.
Consisting of Gold Watches of all grades and
makes Silver Watches of every description, Open
and Hunting Cases, with Swiss and American move
ments. We sell you watches for $3 worth $8 ; a watch
for $5 worth $10 a watch for $10 worth $20, with
fine Elgin movement.
Great variety of field glasses, spy glasses, opera
glasses, j breach and muzzle-loading shot guns, re
volvers of all makes. Something new— the Smith A
Wesson self cockers— thing out. Fine as
sortment of Diamonds, mounted in studs, ear drops,
cluster and solitaire rings, brooches, bracelets, etc.,
etc. A few fine French Clocks. Some fine Books.
Silverware of all kinds. Musical instruments. Gold
neck guards and vest chains,;onyx cresses, neck
chains and ear rings. Poker checks $2 per hundred.
Fine magic kid purses, with magic clasp, 15 cents
Money to loan on all goods of value. Cash paid
for second-hand jewelry and bullion.
fgj^-E. LYTLE, Pawnbroker.)^
£5^41 Jackson street.«^J
— — ~ MISCELLANEOUS.
SMOKE Hicks' Gilt Edge 5c cigar. Best Ec cigai
yet offered the public. Try one. Sold only at
Hicks,' No. 31 Jackson street. 93-92
/CARPETS— I will take up carpets, clean them from
[> dust, stain, refit and relay them on short notice.
Work guaranteed. Call or address No. 94 Jacßsoii
street- T. B. M\LOSEY. 9^-M
EVEN fKH CENT money on first-ciass cirj
O pro:erty. GRAVES & YINTON, 60S E. 3d. 57.61
PAINTING— P. F. FITZGIBBON, house and aigr
painting, No. 137 Jacbeon street. 84
/ILOTHEB WRINGERS— Save your o'd wringer*
\ j and have new rollers put on, by leavii g them al
the St. Paul Rubber Store. 42 E. Third St . 30*
FIVE CENTS A LINE
TTICKS' RESTAURANT, No. 81 Jackson street,
XL opposite Merchants Hctel. Meals only 25c. 93-9
WANTED— Man and wife without children to
work on farm nejr the city. Inquire at 105
Eaat Third street. 90'
WANTED— A first-class fresh milch-cow with
calf. Inquire of or address G. N . Hillman, cor
ner of Dole street and Lincoln avenue. 86-
TIT ANTED— A Rood, practical, newspaper man, to
T V take an interest in a paper doing a good paying
business, in a flourishing railroad town in this State.
Address or call at Globe office. - . 74. ,
WANTED— A position as copyist, amanuensis, or
both, at home, or in an office. Best references.
Address K. M. R., this office. 72*
ANTED— Bummer school to teach, by lady
having best recommendations. Address,
Teacher, this office. 67*
"TTTANTED— a good cook and dining
T V room girl, at 21^4 West Third street. 94*
ANTED— Merchants Hotel, two girls that
T V understand range cooking. 93*
MOKE Hicks' Gilt Edge 5c Cigars. Best 5c cigar
loyet offered the public. Try one. Sold only at
Hicks,' No. 31 Jackson street. * 93-99
WANTED— A good » oman to do general house
work. Apply at 220 Robert street, Sunday, or
from 6to 7 o'clock in the evening, week days. 83*
WANTED— A competent girl, at 238 St. Peter
street, to do general housework. 88*
"EXPERIENCED dining room girls, chambermaids
Hi and all other hotel help can always secure good
situations by calling at Hotel Reporter Employment
Bureau, 68 East Third street. 27*
ANTED— A girl; one who is a good cook, at 46
" * Washington street. 83*
WANTED— girl for general housework.
Swede or German preferred. Apply 91 Waba
shaw street. • 77
XJH ANTED— Competent girl for general housework
' * at 78 Dayton avenue. 73*
WANTED— German or Swede boy in fruit
store. Enquire 33V5 Jackson street. 83*
T^ANTED— An experienced cabinet maker; also
1 * a boy not under 17 years old, to learn the up
holstering trade. STEES BROTHERS. 57*
SITUATIONS WANTED— MaIes.
A GENTLEMAN of three years' experience in
teaching, desires a position as principal or assist
ant. Best of references furnished. Address, Teach
er, A. 8., this office. 95*
ANTED— By a man who thoroughly understands
V V the care of horses, harness and carriages, a
situation in a private family. Address H. M. P., this
A YOUNG SCOTCHMAN wishes to find employ-
J\. ment of any kind. Has good, general knowl
edge of business, and can furnish first-class refer
erences. Address T., Globe office. 90*
THRESH OYSTER BTEWB, only 25 cents, at Hicks,'
X? No. 31 Jackson street. . 93-99
WANTED-SITUATION— married man, as
T V bookkeeper, salesman, correspondent, or trav
eling man. Been in business in St. Paul nine years.
Best of city reference. Address O. R., Globe office.
WANTED— Situation by an American lady as
YY housekeeper. Private family preferred. d
dress care E. W. CHASE, 53 Bobert-st., City. 80'
WANTED— Situation as grocery clerk; speaks
}} German and English. Had five years' experi
ence. Apply at Green Tree hotel. WM. EAHLER.
. . 78*
WANTED— A situation, by a young man, in gro
cery store. Well acquainted with the business.
Speaks German and English. M. N., Globe office
WANTED— Situation by an engineer of 10 years'
experience, with best city references. Ad
dre-sJ. P. T.. Globe office. 65"
~\\f ANTED— By a man of one year's experience,
» V situation in dental office, where he can make
himself generally usefnl. HENRY BENSON. Bt.
WANTED— Work by a good tinsmith; had 20
years 1 experience. Can do all kinds of work.
Address JOSEPH HARMON, Arcade hotel. 63*
MECHANICS, all kinds, supplied, city or country.
ill. Northwestern Agency, corner Sixth and Robert.
' 91-97 ,
1 Y\7 ANTED— By a thoroughly competent girl, a
V V place to do general housework in a small fami
ly. Can be recommended at this office. Address
HELP, Globe office. ."•■" 99*
AN American lady desires engagement to teach
, J\_ English branches ; can cut and fit children's
clothes, and has experience in nursing. - First-class
testimonials exchanged . No objection to leaving
the city. Address, GOVERNESS. Globe office. 92
-t — ' :
SEAL SSTATJE-In the City
t ~nOR SALE— "REAL ESTATE— Splendid house on
a JO Broadway, $7,000; new two-story house, Maria
avenue, $3,000; elegana house, lower town, $15,000;
, large house, 100 feet ground, Eighth street, $8,000.
i fine building lots, Ninth street. Eleventh street, Day
ton avenue ; business lot Jackson street, near Sev
enth; houses and lots, $403 to $2,600; 100 lots Day
, ton's Bluff, cheap, terms easy ; nevr house, 10 rooms,
, with 10 to 47 acres, Hudson road, half-mile city lim
' its, 80 acres improve i, with house, $800, or exchange,
" by ADAM GOTZIAN. . 95-98
-j A ACRE Garden lots, one mile from the bridge,
I V in West St. Paul, at $50 per acre. A. K. BAR
NTT M, 26 East Third street. 95*
IjiOß SALE— brick house, No. 25 Stillwater
1 street . Inquire of J. D. POLLOCK. 93-99
DA. ROBERTSON, No. 7 McQuillan Block, sells
• real estate on commission and negotiates
mortgage loans on city or suburban property. 32*
HICKS' RESTAURANT, No. 31 Jackson street,
XI opposite Merchants Hotel. Meals only 35c. 93-9
Xi \( BUILDING LOTB In various parts of the
1 O"* * ' city, small figures and easy terms of pay
' meut, to suit purchasers. D. A . ROBERTBON. 32'
! FOB SALE.
* TilOR SALE— millinery, notion and worsted store,
_T situated on one of the main streets of the city of
St. Paul. 11l health the only reason for selling. A
. splendid bargain for a cash buyer. Capital about £ 800.
- Address O. O. E., postofflce box 2640, St. Paul, Minn.
' T?OR SALE— A carriage. 236 St. Peter street.
. X) 95»
FRESH OYSTER BTE WS, only 25 cents.at Hicks,'
■ Jj No. 31 Jackson street. 93 »9
1 1A A SETS SINGLE HARNESS AT A BARGAIN
J_ UU— I have just received 100 sets of single
- harness of a good quality, that I will offer for sale
1 for less than regular prices. A liberal discount to
■ dealers. P. T. KAVANAGH,
1 86* Commission Auctioneer,
i — __ _ — ,
"TIOR SALE— lota on De Sota street, near West
i JD Wisconsin Railroad, for $700.
No 61 Douglass street, house and lot, ten rooms,
Farm in Dakota county. x
, Desk room for two. for rent, in our office, after
, May Ist. GRIGGS, JOHNSON & RHODES. 92-34
| , TO BENT-Boonn.
" mWO furnished rooms for rent, IU4 Broadway.
' X 95-97
1 /OFFICE 27 Minnesota street, now occupied by tel«
-\) graph company. Inquire at W. M . btees. 95*
FOB — Furnished front room, suitable for
two gentlemen, at No. 81 Oak street. 94-96
? 4 stable, three stalls and hay loft, on an alley, No.
• A. 20 Fort street. . 79»
r TjlOli — Several very nice rooms in the Mo
t J? Quillar! Block, corner of Wabashaw and Third
streeta. S'iit*ble for offices or sleeping rooms. In
- quire of MEAD & THOMPSON, In the building.
1 BOABD WANTED.
f AT? ANTED— By gentleman and wife, board in nice
■" YY private family, west of Third street." No other
location need app'y. Addrees C. C, this office. 95*
i —— — — — — —^— — —^^~
\*r ANTED— A private fa a. ily, in which to board,
YY by a young unmarried gentleman. Satisfactory
I refereacea a3 to character, etc., furnUhed. Address
1 i. F.,Gl9be OfHce.J 91*
And complete family outfit of
Pascal Smith, Esq., to be sold at
Public Sale* I will soil on
Thnrsflay, April 11,
Beginning sharp at
9:30 O'clock, a. in.,
AT THE BESIDENGE OF
Pascal Smith, Esq.,
No. 34 Dayton Avenue,
All tie Furniture anil Housefurnishing Goods
therein, which in part consist of one very
elegant Parlor Suite, Body Brussels Parlor
Carpet, fine Marble Top Bedroom Suite, Pillowed
Lounge, splendid Boot Case, made to order,
Chamber Suites, Marble Top Centre Tables,
Easy Chairs, Pillar Extension Table, very hand
some Side-Board, Silver Plated Ware, Crockery
ware, Refrigerator, Charter Oak Cook Stove
nearly new, Kitchen Furniture, k
1 will also sell, same day and same place,
beginning at 10 o'clock a. in., sharp, the
well-known Family Team Family Carriage new
last Season, Pleasure Wagon, ' Side-Bar Top
Buggy, End Spring Top Buggy, one Double
Sleigli, one Single Cotter, Two" Sets Double
Harness, Two Sets Single Harness, Robes and
Entire Barn Outfit, also a very valuable Jersey
Milch Cow. Property can lie seen Monday,
Tuesday and Wednesday preceding day of Sale,
For particulars apply to
P. T. KAYANAGH,
PIANOS AND OEGANS.
Smith American Organs.
Ballet, Darts & Co's Pianos,
Men & Son's Pianos,
Hale & Co's Pianos,
#0. 42 West Third Street.
Save Room-Rent and Buy
Burr's Patent Parlor Folding-Bed,
The most Compact, Elegant and Sub'
itantiai. Best Steel Spring Mattrass :
■'folds out of sight in Bureaus,
Book-Cases, Desks, Arc.
A. H. Andrews & Co.,
195 Wabash Are., CHICAGO.
Also Manufacturers of
Artistic Household Paraitnra, Wood Mantel*
103 SbtoA Street, Corner of Jackson.
/■&, '■;•..■ . • —
ios [Dry Goods
■&'■". ■ '■
*A « AT WHOLESALE & RETAIL.
New Spring Goods.
103 . -•
And Neighboring Cities.
Ciilbertson I Go.
Will offer on MONDAY
HORNING, March 29th,
and continue until sold,
1000 pieces 5-4, 6-4, 7-4,
8-4, 9-4 and 10-4 Bleached
an.d Unbleached Muslins,
500 Dozen Towels, Zaun
dried; 50 Pieces Table
Damask, &c. % &c.
Tlie above have been slight
ly damaged by water, and
will be sold at an immense
sacrifice. The sale of Car
pets, Draperies and Up
holstery, will be continued
daily at Fire Prices,
Mm & Morton
BlGtt, U f til TIM,
W. L. PERKINS. MAURICE LYONS.
torn, lions i a,
REMOVED TO 31 ROBERT ST., NEAR THIRD.
Wholesale Dealers In Pare
Kentucky Bonrlion & Rye Whiskies
California and Foreip Wines aid Brandies.
IV Country and City Order* Solicited . 84-83
MINER PORTER, Proprietor,
MANKATO, - - MINN.
Bates, $3.00 Per Day.
This is a new brick house, newly and elegantly
furnished throughout, with accommodations second
'to no hotel in the State. Good sample rooms. 16
WANTED, Agents-Outfit FREE !
THEBIBLE for the YOUNG
The Most Popular and Fastest Selling Book
ever issued from the American Press.
680 Page* Handsomely Illustrated,
ANDREWS Si DORMAN, Publishers,
69 Dearborn St, Chicago. UL
Farms tor Sale i
100 acres in Jackson county, Minnesota.
180 acres la Meeker county, Minnesota.
110 acre* In Isantl county, Minnesota.
80 acres in Todd county, Minnesota.
! 40 acres in Douglas county, Minnesota.
10 acres in Houston county, Minnesota.
The abort) Is all choloe f arming lands, wkioh «•
will sell at lew price tn cash, or part cash and ba>
anoe oa time with appro vsd security. For descrlp»
Bon of lands Md further particulars, address IT
CAUL stABYVTBB WOMB, St. Paul, VUmm