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A SEHIOUS CdttUALTT.
Two Boys Kuu Ov*r by •» Frightened
A runaway occurred late yesterday after
noon, on Rosabel street, which was attended
by very disastrous results. About G o'olock r.
M. Johr. L.nley'6 horse, attached to a butcher
cart, tooii fright on Seventh and Kosabet
streets and furiously ran down the latter
named thoroughfare. The frightened horse
had a clear track before him if he had con
fined himself to the street, but at the corner
of Fourth and Kosabel streets he took to the
sidewalk. There were several on the side
walk in the vicinity of the St. Thomas
hotel, tmd as the horse and wagon ran
on the sidewalk they scattered, and
escaped with the exception of two bova,
Frank Hallenberg and John Conley. They
were not sufficiently alert, and in trying to
get awAy were struck by the running horse,
knocked down and the wagon ran over them.
As soon as the witnesses of the accident
recovered from their cnnfußion assistance
was given the boys. Hallenberg was found
to be unconscious nnd Conley moaning in
pain from some soriotts injury. The boys,
aged each about 12 years old, were conveyed
to their homes iv the immediate vicinity,
and Dr. Murphy was sent for.
He, on examining his pa
tients, found that Hullenberg had his col
ler-bone broken, aud was also badly injured
internally. Conley suffered a fraoture of
his left leg, just above the ankle joint. Both
boys were badly hurt, but the injuries of
Hullenberg seem to be the worst, or most
dangerous. The horse was shortly after
captured unhurt by his mad flight.
D. W. Ingersoll & Co.
have just opened a large line of Ladies' fine
custom made Muslin Underwear, at a great deal
le6B price than ladies can have made to order.
Hosiery fur Babies,
Hosiery for Children,
Hosiery for Misses,
Hosiery for I-adies,
Hosiery for Everybody, at the
New York Bazab.
Rare Chance for Bargains
to-uiorrow, at the Fire Saic. Wall Papers, Cur
tain Fixtures, Mattin^a. See advertisement on
last page. No. 14 West Third street, Bridge
Kheuinatisin for Thirty Years.
Mrs. Neiger, aged 60 years, Taylorville, Pa.,
at times entirely lame; relieved by one bottle
of St. Jacobs Oil.
Dr. Robert Hunter treats all throat and lung
diseases successfully by inhalation. Address
103 State street, Chicago.
Two young and healthy boys, who will be
put out to service during their minority. Ap
ply to either Commissioners Fink, Grace or
Hoyt, of the board of county commissioners.
Ladies. Don't Forget,
that you will obtain splendid bargains in Un
derwear at the 99 Cent Store, better trimmed,
better made, and better style, than elsewhere
in this city, nnd very, very much cheaper.
Mrs. Kearney, who keeps the old and reliable
Intelligence Office and confectionery establish
ment on Robert street, has removed to No. 82,
on the same street. Mrs. K. is one of the old set
tlers, and is noted for her thorough reliability,
a fact whioh adds greatly to the value of her
Reed's Gilt Edge Tonic stimulates the digest
ive organs and adds tone and strength to the
The cheapest and best way to buy Dr. E. B.
Halliday's Blood Purifier, is in the large sized
bottles — two for $3, which makes it the cheap
est and best blood purifier in the world.
Try Dr. E. B. Halliday's Blood Purifier for
Scrofula, Salt Rheum and Syphilitic diseases.
It is pronounced by competent druggists the
best blood purifier the world ever produced for
all poisonous diseases of the blood.
See advertisemiv:tsof clothes wringers for $1
and burglar proof checks for 25 cents.
Use Wm. Clarke & don's Helix Needles.
Factory at Uedditch, England. Office 157 La-
Salic street, Chicago.
The Union Net Hammock is the cheapest,
best, most durable Hammock made. Better
than Manilla, it won't unravel if broken, and
is muca longer lasting. A very superior arti
cle, for sale only at the 99 Cent Store, from 99
cents to $3 each.
Dbony Frames hikl Ennels.
Beauties, all sizes, just received at the 99
Cent Store, from 99 cents upward.
On TCjESDAY 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.
CULBERTSON & CO.
Mr. Edward H. Biggs, the lire druggist of the
town, is olway* op to the times and ready to
meet the demands of his many customers. He
has just received a supply of that wonderful
remedy that is astonishing the world by its
marvelous cures, Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption, Coughs, Golds, Asthma, Bron
chitis, Hay Fever, Phthisic, Croup, Whooping
Cough, Tickling in the Throat, Loss of Voice.
Hoarseness or any affection of the Throat and
Lungs. This remedy positively cures, as
thousands can testify. If yoa do not believe
it, call at Edward H. Biggs' drug store and gel
a trial bottle free of cost, or a regular size bot
tie for one dollar. As you value your life, give
it a trial and be convinced, as thousands al
ready have been.
Buckleu's Arnica halve.
The best salve in the world for Oats, Bruises,
Bores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter,
Chapped Hands, Chilblain*. Corns, and all
kinds of Skin Eruptions. This salve is guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction in every case
or money refunded. Price 25 cento per box.
For sale by Edward H. Biggs, St. Paul, Minn.
Are constantly adding to their already hand
some selection of fine and medium
With Silks, Satins and Brocades
of the Best Brands, and at very low prices.
Our 500, 650 and 75c Silks are worth from
10 to 150 per yard more than we ask for them,
and our Silks from 81.25 per yard and upwards
are of exceptional good value.
Satin de Lyons
la the different grades. In
We have one of exceptional fine colorings, as
well as superb quality, at $1.25 per yard,
well worth $1.40.
I Silk Warp Herriettas, Silk
Warp Tamise, All Wool Ar
mures, Momies, All Wool
Cashmeres, in Fine Qualities,
at 45c, 50c, 60c and 65c.
Crepe Cloths. Crepes.
NEW PRIN TS,
Percales, Chintz, Momie Cloths, Lattice, Jaco
nets, Fine Ginghams and Seersucker, for Wash
We have one of the prettiest lines of
Ever shown, Solid Colors, Striped and Inter
woven with Silk. Worsted Shawla and Wraps
in choice Spring Styles. \
New Paisley Shawls at $S.OO, $10.00 and
$12.50, worth from $12.50 to $20.00.
We will, this week, open some more Light
Colored Sacqueings, Cloths and Cassimeres, in
Plaids and Figures, for Dolmans, Circulars and
We are also getting new Black Dolmans
Handsomely Trimmed and Fashionably Made,
beginning at $10. 00 each.
We are also opening this week a choice line
of every grade, representing everything that
is new. Persian Patterns, Polka Dot and
Fancy Border. Ivory Handles, Pearl Handles
and Fancy Wood.
Colored Silk Fringes
In the Light Shades and Persian Combinations.
Black Jetted Fringes,
Black Silk and (Mile Fringes,
Black Knotted Mm.
Jetted Gimps and Passementeries.
Persian Brocade Ribbons, in all
widths and Qualities, and Every Sliade
in Bros Grain, anil Satin and Gros
Veilings, Ties and Ruehings,
Scarf Laces and Scarfs,
Lace ant Prinlefl Border Handier
Nainsoot, Swiss and Cambric Edges
Mine, Torchon, Bretonne, Lan
pidoc and Valenciennes Laces,
Black, French and Bretonne Laces.
Tidies, WMte and Fancy, and at
Our Hosiery Departing
Encloses everything that is desirable for
Ladies,' Misses,' Youth's and Infant's wear,
aad all at very low prices.
We call attention to our fine line of Satin
Damask*. Cream Damasks, Bordered Damasks,
Tabling?, Doylies and Napkins.
We irr < fierm^ goo.l 9-4 Bleachrd Sheetings
at 28 . dolC-4at 32c; Utica 9-4, Bleached, at
37>£c; do 10-4, do 40c.
Comer TIM & Wateskmr Sts.
THE SAINT PAUL SUNDAY GLOBE, SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 11, I 60
OPERA HOUSE I
AN AUTISTIC EVENT!
■A TbIGHT !
Monday Evening, April 12.
Tickets, 75c. No extra charge for reserved seats.
Balcony, 50a. Sale of ticket* at box office, commenc
ing at It) a. m.. Saturday. 100-102
CDS body, produces a. constant cunet.i of electricity,
forming the most powerful remedial agent for the cure
of Ilheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica, Headache. Sprains,
Spinal Difficulty, Nervou* Diseases, or Female Weaknest
ever known. Its effects are magical. Sold by Druggists,
or sent by mail on receipt of .'ri • cents.
Address BELL MANiY & CO., Proprietors. IS
W.L. PERKINS. MAURICE LYONS.
PERKINS, LYONS k CO.,
REMOVED TO 31 ROBERT ST., NEAR THIRD.
Wholesale Dealers in Pare
Kentucky Bonrlion & Rye Whiskies
California atd Foreign Wines and Brandies.
Country and City Orders Solicited. 84-83
irmritiwiTiiiiiiiiiiiiTiT— twi ~ r n imimiiiin ihiMimmhi'i
Blood & Liver Sin
a peerless remedy for Scrofula, Whit*
Swellings, Cancer, Erysipelas, Goat, Chronio
Sores, Syphilis, Tumors, Carbuncles, Salt
Rheum, Malaria, Bilious Complaints, and
all diseases indicating an Impure Condition
of the Blood, This grand remedy is a com
pound of vegetable extracts, the chief of
which are SARSAPARILLA and STIL
LINGIA. The cures effected by SCOVILL'B
BLOOD AND LIVER SYRUP are absolute,
find their record is undisfigurod by failure.
For sale by all Druggists.
. t .i.^miij«« m L ■■■■■I. mi. —. iiii.. t . «»—-i'«
Tie Great Cathartic Vegetable Regulator
They rectify torpidity of the Liver.
They give tone to the Stomach.
They prevent griping of the Bowels.
They remove bile from the Blood.
They purify and invigorate the Body.
They cure all bilious complaint*. : ; j r
VEGETABLE WfiriTl Wjffl
if vi ill Uj A up
instantly destroys WORMS and is recom
mended by physicians as the best WORM
FOR DISEASES OF THE HEAD.)
THE TONGUE GALVANIC INSTITUTE,
for the treatment of all the various diseases of the
Head, Eye and Ear, as well as Rheumatism,
Dyspepsia, Dropsy, Erysipelas, Fever Sores, White
Swellings, Disease of'the Kidneys, Paralysis, Female
weakness in all its different forms, and eruptions of
the face and body. The above diseases are all
speedily and permanently cured at the Institute.
No Medicine Given or Knife used. Separata
apartments for Ladies, with competent lady attend
ants Ail communications regarding treatment, or
rights to use the Galvanic Process, which is Patented
and offered for sale, should be addressed to the
TONGDE GALVANIC INSTITUTE,
212 8. CLARK ST., CHICAGO, ILL ,
Which will receive prompt attention. Consultation
and examination free. F. J. TONGUE, M. D., Con
sulting Physician ; EDWARD TONGUE, Operator;
CLDM DREW, General Manager.
dF.NP for CTKfITTr.AR • **•
This machine has automatic ten- 11/ H H I I
Bionti and automatic spooler, besides 1 1 1 1 , 1 1, I I
all late improvements common to | f Ml I\j
other machines. Material aud finish
nrst-clss*. If silent, fast, and will wear a lifetime.
Jno. M. Fairfi-Ul, 279 State St.. Chicago.
ROAD BICYCLES SS&.
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS!
ALL FREIGHT DESTINED
Hutson, Stillwater , & River Falls,
Must be Delivered at the
St. Paul & Sioux City Depot,
Foot of Robert street, instead of
St, Paul, MinneaDOlis & ManitoDa Depot,
As heretofore. F. B CLARKE,
$7-103 General Traffic Manager.
Notice of Dissolution of Co-partnership.
Notice is hereby given that the partnership hereto
fore existing under the firm name of Brecher, Becht
& Co., has th day been dissolved by mutual con
sent, the undersigned, Arnold Brecher. cne of said
firm, bavin? sold and transferred his entire interest
and property in said partnership business and assets
to his co-partners and retired from said bu ness.
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. IBeclit & Co.
All person' hoidirg claim' against said firm of
Brecher, Becht & Co., will confer a favor by prompt
ly presenting them for adjustment. -
GEO. W. BEOHT.
St. Paul, April 3d, 1880. ' ' .
1 A SETS SINGLE HAfcNESS AT A BARGAIN
XUU-^have just received 10 sets of angle
harness of a good quality, that I will offer for Bale
for less than regular prices. A liberal discount to
dealers. '-' P. T. KAVAKAGH,
86- Commission Auctioneer.
MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING
FAIR DEALING CLOTHING HOUSE,
66 East Third Street, St. Paul.
Oil MONDAY, April 12
we will open $25,000 worth
of Wall Paper, $S MOO worth
of Oil Cloths, $2,000 worth
Curtain Fixtures, an im
mense lot of Mattings, &c,
&c, some of which have been
slightly Damaged by Water,
and must be disposed of.
We will also be prepared
to show all the Latest Nov
elties in Antique Lace and
Draper Curtains, which
have been received since the
A Fresh Lot of Muslins,
Towels and Damasks, re
ceived from the Mums, on
sale all t7iewee7t.
. - - Midi I Co.
R. P. HALL'S
A Galvanic Battery
is imbedded in a medicated
plaster, and, when applied to
14 West Third Street.
And Complete Family Outfit of Pascal Smith, Esq.,
to be sold at Public Sale. I will sell on
Thursday, April 151
Beginning Sharp at
9:30 O'clock, a. m.,
AT THE RESIDENCE OF
Pascal Smith, Esq.,
No 34 Dayton Avenue,
All ike Furpiiare and ilousefurnishing Goods
therein, which in part consists of one very
elegant Parlor Suite, Body Brussels Parlor
Carpet line 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 Stow
nearly new, Kitchen Furniture, fc, Boy's
I will also sell, same day and same place,
beginning at 10 o'clock a. m,, sharp, the
well-known Family Team, Family Carriage new
last Season, Pleasure Wagon,' Side-Bar Top
Buggy, End Spring Top Buggy, one Double
Sleigh, one Single Cutter, Two Sets Double
Harness, Two Sets Single Harness, Robes and
Entire Barn Outfit, also a very valuable Jersey
Milch Cow. Property can be seen Monday^
Tuesday ad Wednesday preceding da; of Sale.
For particulars apply to
P. T. KAVANAGH,
, CLOTHING HOUSE.
ENTIRE new STOCK at
JlT°\ "Tf% TO /r " H f*^ TK"^ *G!
%*** JLJeL JLJL i^^fc v^ JLJL SS
FAIR DEALING CLOTHING HOUSE, 66 E. THIRD STREET,
St. 3r*a-ul, ]\iinn. B u,tu,th,sa
CENTS A LINE
The &LOBE "Waat" and Imisloy
AdTertiiemeats la till column publish**
at fiTS centi a list etch Insertion, bat la
order to prove th« efficiency of th* GLOBS a«
an advertising medium, and also tt aid the
unemployed, wo will publish for twenty-five
oents, a throo-line advertisement, of Bitua*
tions Wanted and Situations Offered, and corn*
tinue the advertisement until the object sought
far ii accomplished. For twenty-five cents,
the man out of work can advertise for a situa
tion uttil he fia&3 one.
Each lire over the three, to cost five oents
ocr lino each insertion. P
WANTED— A team or two to haul brick. J. W.
McCLUNG, Bridge Square. 102
WANTED — partner in the show business ; must
be temperate, have business habits and some
capital. For interview, address C. B. EL WOOD, St.
Paul postoffice. 102-103
T>Y a lady who has had experience in the work, a
JDsiruatlon in a newspaper office (weekly preferred.)
Is a good proof-reader and accountant. Can take
charge of advertising and subscription departments
and assist in local editing. Is also adapted for any
ordinary situation as cashier, accountant or book
keeper, and invites replies from any needing such.
References furnished. Address "M.," care of Daily
Globe, St. Paul. 99*
MEN to grub 6 acres or 40 acres for cash, or 100
ill acres for 100 acres adjoining. J. W. McOLUNG,
Bridge Square. 99
10. 0. F.— wish to solicit your carpenter work of
. the I. 0.0. F. lodges' of St. Paul as I have
been sick for some time, aiid it will be a great help
to me at this time. Address H. 11., this office.
WANTED— Man and wife without children to
work on farm near the city. Inquire at 105
East Third street. 90*
WANTED— A first-class fresh milch-cow with
calf. Inquire of or address G. N. Hillman, cor
ner of Dale street and Lincoln avenue. 86'
TTT ANTED— good, practical, newspaper man, to
\ 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*
ANTED— A position as copyist, amanuensis, or
V V both, at home, or In an office. Best references.
Address K. M. R., this office. 72'
WANTED— A fummer school to teach, by lady
having beat recommendations. Address,
Teacher, this office. 67*
SITUATIONS OFFSBED— Females.
■f ANTED— A capable girl who is a good cook and
V V can do laundry work. German preferred. Ap
ply at corner Seventh street and Maria avenue, stone
house, one block above the bridge. 99*
WANTED— first-class women cooi& Also, a
»V dozen flrst-cla-SJ girls for general housework.
Also, dining room and second girls. Apply to MRS.
KEARNEY, at 82 Robert street. 97-102
WANTED— Immediately, a good cook and dining
room girl, at 21 West Third street. !»*
TjIXPERIENCED dining room girls, chambermaids
JJJ and all other hotel help can always secure good
situations by calling at Hotel Reporter Employment
Bureau, 68 East Third street. 27*
WANTED— A girl ; one who is a good cook, at 46
Washington street. 83*
TIT ANTED— Competent girl for general housework
* ' at 78 Dayton avenue. 73"
TT7ANTED— Four or five carpenters. Apply to
t V Clark & Smith, corner Seventh and Exchange
WANTED— Bar-keeper at 86 Jackfcn street.
WANTED -A good boy in smith shop. One that
has worked at it before ; corner Seventh and
Sibley streets. A. NIPPOLT. 98*
WANTED— Bright German or Swede boy in fruit
store ■ Enquire 33^ Jackson Ptreet. 83*
WANTED— An experienced cabinet maker; also
a boy uot under 17 years old, to learn the up
holstering trade. STEES BROTHERS. 57»
SITUATIONS V ANTED— Maie»,
MARRIED man wishes situation. Has good gener
al knowledge of business from experience. Can
invest $2,500 in paying business. Address K. 8., this
WANTED— A situation— As bookkeeper or sales
man, either in St Paul or Minnr apolis, with a
view of putting in capital at end ef one year. Can
then control $30,000. Have had eleven years 1 experi
ence in grocery business . Best of references given.
Address for one week, "Grocer," St. James hotel,
WANTED — Situation by a machinist, engineer
and steam-fitter. Reference given. Address
8., Globe office, Stillwater, Minn. 98*
WANTED— Situation as cabinet finisher, by first
class workman. Address Globe office, C. W.
A GENTLEMAN of three years' experience In
teaching, desires a position as principal cr assist
ant. Best of references furnished. Address, Teach
er, A. 8., this office. 95*_
A YOUNG SCOTCHMAN wishes to find emplcy-
J\ ment of any kind. Has good, general knowl
edge of business, and can furnish first-class refer*
erences . Address T., Globe office. 90*
T/IfANTED— Situation by an American lady as
V\ housekeeper. Private family preferred. Ad
dress care E. W. CHASE, 53 Robert-st., City. 80*
WANTED— Situation as grocery clerk; Epeaks
German and English. Had five years' experi
ence. Apily at Green Tree hotel. WM. KAHLER.
"VI7 ANTED— A situation, by a young man, in gro-
VV eery store. Well acquainted with the business.
Speaks Germau and English. M. N.. Globe office
WANTED— Situation by an engineer of 10 years'
experience, with best city references. Ad
dre s J. P. T., Globe office 65*
WANTED— By a man of one year's experience,
situation in dental office, where he ca>i make
himself generally useful. HENRY BENSON, St.
WANTED— Work by a good tinsmith; had 20
years' experience. Can do all kinds of work.
Address JOSEPH HARMON', Arcade hotel. 63*
WANTED -Situation to do housework in small
family, by an American girl. Apyly at 28
Franklin street. 97*
AN American lady desires engagement to teach
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"
SEAL BBTATJS— in the City
FOR SALE— House and lot on DeSota street. No.
172, near railroad, six rooms and kitchen. Price
31.200, $300 cash, $200 in a year, and the balance can
be paid monthly in the Building association.
GRIQGS, JOHNSON & RHODES.' 102-10-t
A GOOD roomy house for $1,000 cash, or 100
J\. monthly payments of 816 without interest, head
of Canada street. J. W. McCLUNG.Bridge Square.
■ - 102 . '
FORTY acres of land, within city limits, unplatted,
Jj at a bargain. Inquire of James B. Beals, Attor
ney at Law. 97-110
•i A ACHE Garden lots, one mile from the bridge,
I U in West St. Paul, at $50 per acre. A. K. BAB
NUM, 26 East Third street. < . 95*
T\ A. ROBERTSON, No. 7 McQuillan Block, Bells
XJ' real estate on commission and negotiate"
mortgage loans on city or suburban property. 32- .
fff\f\ BUILDING LOTS in various parts of the
O \ )\) city, small figures and easy terms of pay
ment, to suit purchasers. D.A.ROBERTSON. 32-
mo OWNERS OF HORSES— The North Star Mills,
_|_ near East Seventh street bridge, are now making
a superior quality of ground feed, from pure corn
and oats.which will be sold in lots to suit purchasers ;
also coarse meal, bran and shorts. BARTON &
FOR SALE— A jump seat carriage. THOMAS
BOWEI;, 121 Pleasant avenue. 98*
— ~~ ~£OAB^W ANTED.
WANTED— Rooms and board for self and wife,
with private family. Address C. J. A. Morris,
135 Walnut ptr<*-t. . 102-103
WANTED— By a gentleman and wife, board in
nice, private family. Address S. E., this office,
giving lotion and tor ire. : . " 101'
ANTED— A private fau.ily, in, which to board,
VV by a young unmarried gentleman. Satisfactory
references as to character, etc., furnished. Address
J. P., Glabe Office. 9 2 X I
Chicago, - Ills.
FIVE CENTS ALINE
fTIHE Bankrupt Stock of M. Wittelahofer, jeweler,
J. will be offered at public auction Tuesday, April
lath, at 10 a. m., in lots to fciiit purchasers. The
stock has been removed to No. 12 Weat Third street,
Bridge Square. It consists of Gold and Silver
Watches. An elegant line of solid Gold Jewelry,
Spectacles, Gold Pent), Clocks and Silver Plated
Ware, etc., etc. Parties can call and exam ue the
stock every day until the hour of auction, during
which time the goods will be offered very low at pri
vate sale. The stock will positively bo sold without
limit or reserve, aud the quality of every article is
fully warranted. JOHN H. FRENCH, Salesman.
TO BENT— Booms.
ROOMS TO RENT— Furnished rooms to let at 1C»
St. Petur .-treat. 102-104
BEST corner oflice in McClaug'a blocS, hacds'oaie
ly fitted up, or desk room. . 99-109
OFFICE 27 Minnesota street, now occupied by tele
\J graph company. Inquire at W. M. htees. 95*
A stable, three stalls and hay loft, on an alley, No.
20 Fort street. 79*
FOR — Several very nicy rocnu la tae Mc-
Quillan Block, corner of Wab&shaw end Third
streets. Suitable for offices or sleeping rooms. In
quire of MEAD & THOMPSON, in the building.
TflOR RENT— of the most desirable residences
JO in the city, No. 84 College avenue. Gas, cistern,
well, cellar and barn. Heated with a furnace. View
of city unobstructed. Grounds large and handsomely
improved. Price $60 per month. Apply on premises,
or to GRIGGS, JOHNSON & RHODES. H 1-104
TTIOR RENT— Cottage, with barn, three lots enclos-
JD ed, near the head of Rondo street. Enquire of
E. L. FRYER, at Averill, Russet & Carpenter's. 101'
■ i *) Iglehart street, 9 rooms; 44 Summit avenue,
/■LfO 12 rooms and stable. 91)
LOST AND FOUND
I" OBT— From tire American Express Company, a
J Shepherd dog with chain attached to him. Suit
able reward will be paid for his return as above. 102* !
T OST — Jackson street, on Wednesday, the Bth,
JJ a black Newfoundland dog, 11 months old. white
breast, four white feet, white spot on nose and white
tip to tail. Answers to name of "Twig." A reward
will be paid for his return to A. H. WILDER. 65
Woodward avenue, or 10 i Jackson street, up- stairs.
ELYTLE, 41 JACKSON STREET—WN
■ BROKER— Money to Loan and Unredeemed
Pledges for sale. ™i . ,
Consisting of Gold Watches of all grade 3 and
makes . Silver Watches of every description, Open
and Hunting Csses, 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, breach and muzzle-loading shot guns, re
volvers of all makes. Something new— the Smith &
Wesson self — slickest thing out. Fine as
sortment of Diamonds, mounted in studs, eardrops,
cluster and solitaire rings, brooches, bracelets, etc ,
etc . A few fine French Clocks . Some fine Boods.
Silverware of all kinds. Musical instrument ■«. Gold
neck guards and vest chains, onyx crosses, 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.
t^-E. LYTLE, Pawnbroker,
53?~4l Jackson street,,^*^
C^-OPPOSITE MERCHANTS HOfEL.«^3
FINE Clothing, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Hats,
Caps, etc., at great bargains, at Kavanagh's Auc
tion and Commission House, 33 East Third street.
FOR first-class meals go to the Merchants Dining
' room, No. 80 Robert street, between Fifth and
Sixth streets . Regular breakfast, dinner or supper
served, with O. G. Java and Mocha coffee, for 25c ;
21 meal coupon tickets only $3.75 ; 5 meal tickets $1.
Try the Merchants and you will be pleased. 102
CARPETS — I will take up carpets, clean them from
V J dust, stain, rent and relay them on short notice.
Work guaranteed. Call or address No. 94 Jackson
street. T. B. M ALONE Y. 102-108
T7IOR RENT— Two farms 160 acres each; one within
Jj two miles St. Paul, 80 acres improved. One in
Redwood county, on the Minnesota river, 30 acres
plowed ready for crop. Inquire of SAMUEL POT
TER, 99 and 101 Jackson street, St. Paul. 98*
mENTB, TENTS, TENTS, TENTS, TENTS— I
JL have on hand a large number of tents only
slightly used, which I will close at a bargain. Tents
of any size or style made to order on short notice.
Tents for sale and rent. P. T. KA.VANAGH,
ICO • '"' ■■>'•:; 33 East Third street.
X HAVE one fine imported Percheron Norman stal-
JL lion, which I will sell a hslf interest in," or will let
out for service ou shares to a reliable party who can
place well. Apply immediately to JAMES SMITH,
Lyndale Form, Minneapolis, Minn. 98-104
QEVEN PER CENT money on first-class city
jj pro erty. GRAVES & VINTON, 60 E. 3d. 57-67
PAINTING— P. F. FITZGTBBON, house and sign
JL painting, No . 137 Jackson street. 84
/CLOTHES WRINGERS— Save your old wringers
\j and have new rollers put on, by leaving thorn at
the St. Paul Rubber Store. 42 E. Third St. 30*
A LBERTSON'S C. O. D. LAUNDRY, 83 E. Third
j\ straot. Goods called for and delivered. 289-38
Farms lor Sale ,
160 acres In Jaokson county, Minnesota.
160 acres In Meeker county, Minnesota.
140 acres In liantl county, Minnesota.
CO acres In Todd county, Minnesota.
40 acres In Douglas county, Minnesota.
80 acres In Houston oounty , Minnesota.
' Tie above la all oholoe farming lands, which w«
will sell at law price far oath, or part cub and bal
Mica cm time with approve* security. Tot deacri^
Won of land* and further particulars, addraat; IT
SPA.BL ttABVXBTXS WOBXB, St. Paul, Ulm*
i ;V. .< , SEWING SILK. ■
ATTENTION ! ATTENTION !
George "W. Becht & Co.,
104 East Third Street,
General Agent for the State of Minnesota for tho
BRAIN ARMSTRONG SILK.
The most superior quality of Sewing Silk made. EVERT SPOOL WARRANTED FULL LENGTH, AND
PERFECT, if not so, we will exchange the goods, though partially used.
CABINET FKEE TO DEALEES.
In our next advertisement we will give the names of parties retailing this Silk, from whom ladies can
obtain sample spools for trial, FREE OF CHARGE.
~ — — DRY GOODS "" .
GASH, CASH, CASH.
For Cash, Banikt aid Soli Only. Prices Low Han Elscitn.
Dry kit I lotions, Wholesale & Retail
— a.t —
. 103 aid 105 Seventh. Street, Corner of Jackson.
ESTERLEY & HEINEMANN. j
Sprioi Overcoats and Ulsterettes
FAIR DEALING CLOTHING HOUSE,
66 East Third Street, St. Paul.
From $5.00 to $20.00.
Our stocK of Spring Over
coats, Ulsterottes and Van
Dyke 3 is more than Three
Times as Large as any other
stock of these goods shown
in St. Paul.
I Clothins 1 House,
East TMrd Street, St. Paul.
St. Paul Agency
Orders taken also for English
91 East ThM Street, - - Si. Pan!,
SEND 25 CENTS
C. A. PUTNAM,
Boom 33, No. 69 Dearborn street, Chicago,
FOR A PERFECT BURGLAR CHECK,
It is absolutely burglar proof. 79*
Save Room-Kent and Buy
Burr's Patent Parlor Folding-Bed,
The most Compact, Elegant and Sub
stantial. Beet Steel Spring Mattrass
Beddingrfolds out of sight in Bureaus,
i ases, Desks, &c.
■a. H. Andrews & Co..
■195 Wabash Are., CHICAGO.
Also Manufacturers of
Artistic Household Furniture, Wood Mantel?
iV MANUFACTURERS 07
Ladies' Trimmed Hats.
.Latest Styles, Lowest Prices.
Sprinc Stoolc Now Ready.
EVBsnd for Fashion Plate.
J. OPPENHEIM & CO.,
60 St. Paul