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Ovricn CniKF/BiG_Ai|o-noEa. WABB-Ke-OH, I». C, Jan. 23/W-56 p. n>, Ob«i<«.r«•«* -«---n_s tee can.- Mom-nt -' tirna at ail stations. UPPBiS Ml.-i.-IPPI TALUK. R«r. fh_». Wind. W-a 1 ' ci . St. Pau! 30.65 -8 .. .Clear. Bt.UHri 80.4- " NW C? !U La Cro-se -8.60 -4 N Clear. KOB-HW---. Bar. Ther. Wind. Weath-i Bi,m«i«* 30.61 -20 NW Clear. Ft. Garry 80.65 -29 S Clear. Miscadosß 30.4. -17 SW Pair. Muorhoad 80.78 -19 N Clear. Quaoelle 30.25 -8 SW Lt. Snow. St. Vincent 30.62 -27 S Clear. KOaTH-USM KOOKY M.CNTAIjr CLOPS. Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather. Ft. Assinaboine..Bo.29 7 SW Cloudy. Ft. Buford 80.40 1 S Cloudy. Ft Custer 80.40 14 NW Clear. Helena, M. T...80.43 20 NE Cloudy. Huron, Dak 80.78 -16 N Clear. .-F-J-i L_J___. Bar. Ther. Wimd. Weather. Dalnth 80.64 -18 NW Clear. Ctu.ago 80.84 9 NW Lt. Snow. Mll)J)L__ EAJTI-BX BOC_T MOUIT-AIB BIiOPB. Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather. Denver 80.48 19 S Clear. Dodge City 8».«5 1 NW dear. KIBSOtrBI TAJ_,II. Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather. L«av.«i worth.... 8#.67 2 N Clear. Omaha 80.72 -7 8 Clear. UJ-Xi- -OCA- UtL&MH. ?W Thw. Daw Point. Win. Weather. 30.518 -6.8 -68 NW Clear. Amount of melted snow .00, maximum ther mometer, 15.5; minimum thermometer, -11.3, daily range, 2fi.B. River, frozen. -Below zero. . ~}^T'.>m ate,r 00-.ected for temperatura erd elevation. P. F.. L.OH 3, Signal Corp., D. S. A. to-dat's wbathbb. I-ifNGTON, Jan. 24.—1 a. m.—lndications f'>r .iio upper Mississippi: Gonorally fair weath er, northerly winds, becoming variable, slightly warmer in tho northern portion, colder in the southern, falling barometer in the north, slight rise in the south; for the Missouri: Fair weath er, followed by increasing cl.udiness, local shows, variable winds generally shifting to southeasterly; falling barometer, generally warmer. • CIT- OLOBUL-f-.. The board of water commissioners will meet at 4 p. m. Saturday. The resignation of Lieut. Fred C. Sib ley from the National guards has been ac cepted. John Brown, not of immortal memory, was run in yesterday afternoon for bei_g paralyzed drunk. The sale f property for delinquent as seessments on city improvements will take -, .ace at the city treasurer's office at 10 o'clock to-morrow morning. Elizabeth J. Schell filed a suit against Andrew B. Moore, J. H. Donaldson and S. A. Donaldson, in the district court yester day to obtain a clear title to real estate. Herman H. Timme filed a complaint yesterday in the district court to compel Charles Lewis Hurst to fulfill a eontraot in relation to telling him a specified lot of real estate. John Frazock entered a suit in the dis trict conrt yesterday against the Catholic Orphan asylnm and Protestant Orphan asylam, of St. Paal, to clear his title to lot 13, block 5, in L96_h's addition. An important meeting of Acher Post,G. A. X., is calltd for this evening at their rooms, to consider pension questions sent in for their consideration by the depart ment of the interior at Washington. I.. Worthington filed a suit in the dls trict court yesterday against Harriet S. Smith, to recover judgment for two un paid drafts accepted _y H. E. Slidell, per manager for the Novelty book store in Minneapolis. Tbe number of larceny cases on the police court docket so far this month ex ceeds the simple drunks. There are thirty two of the latter booked, while the docket shows thirty-eight larcenies. This showing is something unusual, but the larcenies were all of the petty kind. The committee of arrangements of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers' ball at Mai it hall on Tuesday evening, desire to thank the officers of the six railroads centering in this oity for the assistance rendered them to make that occasion the great success which it proved. Gossip has it that Lieut. Col. Ilges, whe arrived in 3t, Paul Tuesday from Helena, will shortly deliver a lectnre in St. Paul, entitled "Life among the Apaches." Col. Ilges is a shrewd observer and his thrilling experience among the Indians should make an exceedingly interesting entertainment. Wednesday forenoon a pair of horses belonging to a meat market firm doing business near Sevan Corners, became frightened on West Third street aad ran across the Wabashaw street bridge. At the West St. Paul end of the bridge cue of the horses fell, breaking his leg. The animal had to bo shot. The residence of Dr. Henry Meyerding on West Seventh street was the scene last ui_jht of a delightful social event, the oc casion being the celebration of the fifty fifth anniversary of that gentleman's birthday. The gathering was entirely im promptu aud a delightful evening was passed, the wishes for many returns of tbe happy occasion being generous and nu merous. The Seventh street Opera house was crowded to suffocation last night. There was not stauding room in any part of the auditorium. The house has been closed for a short time and the immense aadience which filled it to the very ceiling at the opening is a proof that under good man agement and with the right kind of per formances the snug little theater on Seventh street must be a success. Dr_. Reeves and Tamer, a pair of spe cialist qua.ks, whr> flourished for a time iast summer at Minneapolis, and for a few days had r.a offi.a in the Stoelo block at St. Paul, find sr.d_.enly departed leav ing reut and sundry othor bills unpaid, wfcre arrested at Om°ha on Tuesday on complaint of Memphis parties for getting money under false pretenses. They were taken to Memphis cy the sheriff of that city. The dramatic entertainment by the Young People's society of St. John the Evangelist church, will take plae. this evGniue. at the school house, corner of Mackui-iu street and Ashland avenue. An unusually fine programme has been pre pare: a."d those attending may rest as sured of a good entertainment. The 3oci-cy is composed of some of the best amatear dramatic talent in St. Paul, and there should be a large attendance. The Tarnverein Masquerade. Tho members of the St. Paul Turnverein are makiar? very extensive preparations for their grani masquerade to be given to-nignt at Tur ner h_ll. Men have been engaged for several days doc_rating the hall in a very beautiful and •elaborate manner. An additional platform will be added to the permanent one and everything possible Tvill be d«ne to make this masquerade the most ext.nsive a.d beautiful one ever giyen in St Paul. Mr. Boenisch, the president of the state organization, is taking great interest in the matter, and is determined that nothing sliali be wanting to render the occasion one of SEVENTH MERA PISE THE WHALE BOOM! "B GGER THAN JUMBO." GLORIOUS EVENT. GRAND OPENING. SEVENTH ST. OPERAHOUSE Wednesday, Januan 23,1884. f OTTIE BEAUMONT'S Q 1_ FEMALE MASTODONO 40 YOUNG MAIDENB. 40 IN_ELEVATED PRACTICAL SWINGS. All in Conjunction with Col. J. H. Wood's ELECTBIC CONGBESS. Tho very Head and Front of U_. Profse-ion. The Operatic Spectacular Burlesque Extrart ■___■ THE ABORIGINES. In Primitive Costumes. Forty Ladies and Ge_ tlsm.ri ia the great cast, A GORGEOUS AMAZON MARCH, By Lorely Maidens in refulgent blazoned armor. Usual Mi-tin-oh. Popular prices. Box Office open for sale of reserved seats 1 to 5 p. m. the pleaaantest acd most unique ever peen in this latitude. The finishing touches will be given to the decorations this afternoon. PERSONAL. H. Clark, of Dulnth, is at the Mer chant.. Horace E. Eorton, Rochester, is at tbe Meichants. Gen. A. C. Hawley will return from Washington _?eb. 1. C. H. Whipple, of Montana, was et tho Merchants yesterday. L, H. Stanton, Morris, called on his St. Paul friends yesterday. O. C. Dibble, deputy register of deeds of Freeborn county, is doing St. Paul. Hon. W. M. Campbell andV. M. Harris, of Litchfield, called at the state house yes terday. George T. Gardner, of Albert Lea, clerk of the district court of Freeborn county, is on a visit to the city. L. D. Newcornb and A. W. Stockton, Faribault, and C. B. Wisner, Hamline uni versity, were at the Merchants yesterday. W. L. Kin?, of Lisbon, is at the Wind tor. L. E. Benls, St. Cloud, is at the Metro politan. Hon. P. H. Kelly left for Chicago yester day noon. F. H. Robson, of Port Huron, was at the Windsor yesterday. D. D. Farrell and A.C.Case, of Fountain, bold soldier boys, and their wives, are looking over St. Paul and its attractions this week. Mr. Joseph Frank, the manager of the "Only a Farmer's Daughter" company, played the first engagement in the old Opera house eighteen years ago. D. C. Corbin, of the banking firm of Corbin & Co., New York, and Mr. Daniel E. Fogarty, formerly of St. Paul, arrived here yesterday from Helena, M. T., en route to Washington, on business connect ed with a railroad enterprise in the terri tory. They are at the Metropolitan. Mr. James S. Field, the polite and pop ular proprietor of the Metropolitan hotel news stand, has disposed of his intere.t to Mr. Samuel C. Thompson, of this oity. Mr. Field has purchased an interest in the store at Ft. Totlen, and much to the regret of his many St. Paul friends he will short ly remove to that oountry, carrying with him the best wishes for success. Mr. Wm. J. Sleppy arrived in St. Paul on Tuesday from Philadelphia, in response to a telegram from Messrs. Quinby & Abbott, the successors to Stees Bro's, the furniture dealers. Mr. Sleppy was the trusted and efficient business manager for Stees Bro's during twelve years of their success!ml business career, and his services were so valued and highly recommended by the latter firm that their successors at once negotiated for his return to this city, with the result as stated. He has many friends in St. Paul who will gladly welcome his return. Tke Vermi 1 ye Case. Judgo Brill's decision on Tuesday in the Vermilye case, will place the trial on the calendar of the present term of the district court. The objectionable features com plained of by the plaintiff in the defend ant's answer, have been ordered stricken out by the judge. Kavanah sells fine household furniture at auction at the old Kahn stand, No. 169 East Seventh street, at 10 a. m, to-day. DIED. DUNCAN—On Monday, January 21, at 4p. m , JohnF., son of T. B. and Abbie Duncan, aged 25 years. Funeral Thursday, at 9 a. m., from St. Jo seph's ckurch. p i ■ Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. A marvel of puri ty, strength and wholesomensss. More economi cal than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold in competition with the multitudes of low teßt, short weight, alum or phosphate powders. Sold only' n cans. Rotai. Ba__j«_ Powdkb Co., 18€ Wall reef, New York. - Teeth extracted without pain. All work guar anteed. Dr. CnUum, 41 East 3d St., Cor. Cedar. ~K W. JOHNSON,- Beal Estate Agent, Mannhelmer Bock, Boom 11. a;, paul. ... m_ns THE Sri. /AUT. DAILY (rf.OBE, THURSDAY MORNING- JANUARY 24, 1884. THE FIRST PART|.«OfID-THEfIAST PART IMMENSE! tsßttßKmmmmaammwmm^^m^^mm^mmmmm^mmammwHm^m^mi^^mm^Bm^mnammmamm Bo M Fail to Read This "Ad" Careful! mm iiiii, _N". "W- Cor. Seventh & Jackson Sts. WILL CONTINUE HIS SALE, ALLOWING 9£\ Per Gent. _jU discount On __._STY and _______ Dry Goods and Notions! STARTLING ANNOUNCEMENT! Oa Friday & Saturday of This Week aud Moadav of Kext Week (Jan. 25) (la. 26) (Jan. 28) We will, in addition to tho Above Bargains, Sell Any and All of Our Cloaks & Dolmans! Silk Dolmans! Plush. Dolmans I Diagonal Dolmans! WALKING JACKETS, RUSSIAN CIRCULARS, Etc. Children's Cloaks, Sizes 4 to 16 years, At One-Half of Our LOWEST Price. In •ther words, our $25 Dolman will cost you only $12.50; Our $50 Dolman only $25; our $10 Dolman only $5, and so on ! liinri lIM ii ii iWMinnT ai«—^^^mmm^mm. ■■hum However, that we make this offer for above-mentioned dates only In order to give all of our patrons an equal chance, you may, pre vious to this date come and make a selection, but under do circum stances will we allow any garment to go out of the house at above figures until the above-mentioned days, viz.: FRIDAY, S A.TTJRD A.V and MONDA V! gs-^lp THEBE IS A CHANCE EOR EVERYBODY. Wo are De ®S__? termined Not to Carry Over a Single Garment. GTJSTAYE HEINEMANN, Northwest Corner Seventh and Jackson streets. FUEL DEALERS. Fall Weight and Measure Guaranteed by Grlfifi- & Foster, 41 Bast Third street. Established in 1864. c At bottom prices. Grate and egg $ 9.75, stow $10; Nut $10, Briar Hill, $8.60. All grades of fresh nrined bituminous coal at equal!v low prioes. Maple, $6; Birch and Oak, 14.75 Mixed, $3.75; Basswood, $3; Dry Pine Slabs, $8 A GREAT BARGAIN ! PROPERTIFOR SILEI-TaLEXAIIBRM.MHI in Alexandrie, close by the Railroad station and about 142 miles from St. Paul, is for sale, three lots, 150x60 feet each, two fine buildiners are erected on said lots and now used for hotel and saloon business. A rushing business hat been done ever since the opening of the affrii and would be a splendid chance for a qualified business man to double the amount of monej put in, in a very short time. Two large eleva tors are erected near tbe station. The locatioi of this property is most be_utif ul being located close by a fine lake. Concerning price and terms write to either to its present owner, Mr. DANIEL ANDERSON, Alexandria, Minn., or to NILBSON BROS., 817 East .Seventh street, St. Paul, Minn. 10-eod-lm THE Copartnership hem-fore existing be tween John S. Barnes and Charles O. Du plessis in running and operating a gymnasium in Saint Paul and Minneapolis, is this day dissolved by mutual consent, John S Barnes assuming all debts cont> acted in behalf of the St Paul Gym nasium, and all money due in St. Paul gymna sium is payable to said John S. Barnes. And all debts contracted in behalf of the Minneapolis gym-asium are hereby _____a_d by C. O. Du pl-ssis, and all money owing in Minneapolis to gymnasium is parable te said Dnple.sis JOHN S. BA.RNE3, CO. DUPLES-IS. Saint Paul, January 28d, 1884. 24-26 FAIRCHILU'S AUCTION. FTUIE MOST VALUABLE BUSINESS PROP JL erty ia West St. Paul at auction. We will sell at public sale to the highest bidder, at 8 o'clock p. m., on the ground, Monday, Jan. 28, lot 5, in block 180, of Robertson's addition to We6t St. Paul, being the northwest corner of Dakota (i"ormerly Bridge street) and Indiana avenues. It is surrounded by good business houses, and is the best vacant corner iv West St. Paul. Independent of incoming railroads (and there will be several soon), all this Dakota avenue property will greatly advance in value. Stores on this lot would find teaants before half finished. No one looking for a place to d>> business, or for a general investment, Gan afford to neglect this sale. Terms cash, subject to a mortgage of about $1,400. Title perfect. 'H. S. Fairchild & Son, Real Estate Agents and Auc tioneers, corner Fourth and Jackson. 24-28 BUSINESS CHANCES. BEST TEETH $8. fjiLOUR MILL, roller process, choice loca- JL tio_. AU complete and for sale cheap. Must be part cash. Address Lock Box 14, Ano ka, Minn. 24-51 FINANCIAL. (fiii -| _> nnn to loan °n im?r°v«i I^PJ-XOjVyv/V/ city property, by Nicolay & Pond, 70 East Third street. 24 MONEY LOANED on furniture, pianos, in residence without re moval. E. <_ F. Peters, 288 Sibley street, oppo eite Union depot. 80U* LOANS on Life Ins. Policies. L. P. Van Norman, No. 245, Ist Aye S. Minneapolis. DRY GOODS. Only for a Short Time Longer ! AND NOW COMES A We Bento Have itUnflerstoofl We have taken possession of our jNew Office in the Rice Building, Southwest corner of Jackson and Fifth streets. The carpenters are not out yet, but will be ia a few days, when we shall be in shape to wel come our friends and clients. The weather lately has been unfavorable for Beal Estate movemonte, and nobody expects to do much in January, but we are doing some thing all the while for clients who do' not care for times or seasons. There is a very firm and hopeful feeling among holders of Beal Estate, and it looks now as if we are going to have a repetition of last Spring's activity, somewhat intensified. There appear to bo plenty of people with money, looking out for bargains. Whoever" wishes to secure a beautiful, well lighted and ventilated FBONT OFFICE, will do weU to look at the one we offer on our floor. MONEY TO LOAN on im proved city property. COM & IWPOBT, S. W. Cor. Jackson and Fifth streets, DAVIS & BROWN. Eealltiteaiili-spp Lvi 850 Jackson Street, St. Paul, JMian. Investments made aSd tax.- paid for _c_ residente. WILLIAM G. ROBERTSON. REAL ESTATE AND FINANCIAL AGENT, (Successor to D. A. Eobertson <_ Co., the oldest real estate ag-ccy in Minnesota.) So. 7 51 .(hiiuan Slock cor. 3d & Wabashaw. HEZEKIAH HALL, (Twelve years established in St. Paul as) BELL E.ME AND MONEY BROKER, Corner Third and Bobert streets, in the Savings Bank block, ST. PAUL, MINN. N. B.—Special attention givea to property and interests of non-resident clients. Investments guaranteed to net 7 per cent. Capitalists will do weU to correspond. 864 A. V. TEEPLE, Real Estate and Loan Broker No. 68 East Third Street. ST. PAUL, - - - T£—~, FIYB CENTS A LINE SITUATIONS WAVTXD. Males. A STOREKEEPER and competent bookkeep er warts to occupy his leisure time posting books, etc., for mechanics or others. Add. Berendson, 87 E. Beventh street. ICZ3 **^19-35 A GENTLEMAN speaking French and Span . ish of many years experience as bookkeep er in both wholesale and retail dry goods is open for engagement. Address R. Fring, care of Prof. Boucher, Presl.y block.** 18-24 TVT ANTED—A situation as coachman, by a v v man who thoroughly understands the business, has had long experience. Best of refer ences. Address M. Demp-ey, Globe office. _6W* T&7 ANTED—A situation by a young Sootch »¥ Canadian, aged 19. Has been a year at the hardware business: Is strictly honest, w_LU ing and active. Any honest employment will be take*. Addreaa B, Glob. ofl-M. __•_• aiTUATIOn OWWMMMD. WANTED —Yonag men ana lediss to loam ■hoit-haad. Llogle A M .Knight's Schools of Phonography, Fourth and Wabashaw, St. Paul; Third and Micellet, Mi_nea_K>lis. 2CeedJ4 Fmmolss. A LADY wiihiag a comfortable home, where X_L coaipanion.hip will be an equivalent to rent of room, can find such a place at 852 Ramsay street. 24-25 TTfANTED-A girl to cook and hel» with V? washing and ironing. Apply at No. 21 Arundel str«ot, second door frjiu Summit ave nue. 24-26 A SWEDE or German girl for general house work, at 167 Virgima avenue. Mrs. Jno. P. La-kin. -3-29 a»0 M.M9T lANO TO I_E_\ Apply to G. Siegenthaler, No. 6 West Third street. 24 ____^ _ioi__-_ |7"OR REN f—Dwelling 284 Rica, corner of JL' Summit avenue; 185. Also, furnished dwelling, 282 Rice street, near Summit avenue; $55. Reference required. Apply at premises or to A. R. Kiefer, 190 East Seventh street. 17* f"<OR RENT—A boarding house of ."ixt-on rooms. WiU rent from now unt=l the first of May tor $m. No 222 Acker street. 346* fOR RENT—A large house, 642 Cedar street. Apply to old No. I! 9 Josetfe At. ___- OR RENT—A cottage with four rooms, pantry and closets, good water and every convenience. Apply to J. C. McCarthy, Sixth warr\, 270*_ rTVTRHNT—House of six rooms on Ohio X street. Inquire of P. B. McDonnell, grocer, corner George and Ohio streets, Sixth ward. 175* ■NMi FINE suit of furnished rooms, facing Waba shaw and Seventh street, in Steele block, 424 Wabashaw street. Also, single rooms in same block, suitable for two or three f entlemen. 23-24 TO RENT —One sever-room house and one five-room house in West St. Paul. Inquire of T. Manning, 486 Jackson street. 20* . _ FOR SALE. LOTS in the fiat, near lev«e line, at a bargain. Paul Martin <_ Co., end of bridge, West 24-29 J7">OR SALE —11 furnished rooms, centrally s located, with extra low rent. Inquire 145 East Seventh street. 4* G^-)£T Cash and $5 per month w>ll secure a >JD._»- O good lot on the first bench, West side Paul Martin <_ Co., end of bridge. 24-'_9 IpOB SALE—The foUowiug desiraWe lota: lots corner Pleasant ayenue and Sixth street 2 lots on Bice street, between Iglehart and Til cor streets; 10 lots in Irvine's Second addition fonting on Seventh street, (end of bridge); 1_ los in Irvine's addition to West St. Paul; aleo, a well established paying business. Apply to George W. Tumbuil, 848 Exchange street, city: 225* HOMES en Monthly payments. Paul Martin &C»., end of bridge. 24-29 J" IST youi property for sale and orders for Jt_» purchases with Geo. H. Hazzarti, Beal Estate and Loan Agent, i7O Bast Third street, St. p_ml ao« PAUL MABTIN & CO., the West side real es tate dealers, have a choice list of property •n the hills and in the flats, for sale; if you are im search of a heme, give us a call, at 91 Dakota avenue, eid of bridge. 24-29 LAWTON BROS. LOTS —Many and aU parts of the ward at the lowest pricee possible. _. ty now and get tke benefit of the raise. Lavrton Bros., 175 Dakota avenue. 20-26 r.JBAI ESTATE. WEST ST. PAUL lots and blocks and »cres near railroad, best part, at bargains. Buy »ow before prices are advanced, at private sale, by Nicolay & Pond, No. 70 East Third street. O~WNKRS of West St. Paul Lots, if you want to soil, list your property with fticolay & Pond, Ho.M East Third street. _23 LOTS in Arlington Hill?. Good locations for sale cheap, by Nioolay & Pond, No. 70 East Third street. 28 NICOLAY & PON D, No. 70 East Third street" offer at private sale choice business aid residence lots, houses, and lots in ail parts of the city, at great bargains. 23 C~_-bICE^ Lots on~Dayton's Bluff, 'heap, by Nicolay & Pond, No. 70 East Third street. KAVANAGH'S AUCTIONS. ALA.RGE Lot of New and Second-hand Furni ture. —I will seU at auction at the store No. 169 east Seventh street (Kahn's old stand) a large lot of new and second-hand furniture, consisting in part of parlor and bedroom suites, wardrobes, sideboards, extension and long tables, chairs, lounges, carpets, crockery, etc., etc. SJge com mences at 10 a. m., on Thursday, January 24, and continuing until all is sold. P. T. KAVANAGH, 20-24 Auctioneer. LOST AND FOUND. LOST —A light brown cow, horns crooked and bent in, with a rope ti«d around. Return to No. 818 Laurel avenue, St. Paul, Minn. E. Rice, jr. 24-25 LOST —A black pocket book containing certi ficate of deposit No. 8857 on Bank of Min nesota, to John Marnke for $2,400; of no value to any one except owner. A liberal reward will be paid by leaving at Police headquarters. 20-6 riIaKKN UP—Three stray hor3es : one large JL bay horse and one large cay mare, also, small pony with star in forehead, front feet and one hind foot white. The owner can have Hams by proving property and paying charges, at H. J. Brainard's, New Canada road. _0:25 OTI C *TJ- T.ANE OUS. ~ '_/_/ A^TED—Fust-IBS to enlarge in ink, yt_n V? colors, etc., for board. Address A. 8., care this office. 20-26 WANTED —We want men and women every where, to sell our Diamonds. No previous experience necessary. For particulars address W-AKLEY & BURNETT, 2.7 Vine street, Cin cinnati. 15-45 CULLEN'S LIVERY, Nos. 23 and 25 West Fourth street —The finest vehicles of all kinds in the Northwest. Coachmen with or without livery; a competent agent to attend car riages at parties, opera, weddings, etc.; a first class colored man, Bruce Bryant, to attend door at parties and receptions. Invitations delivered with promptness and dispatch. K. P. CuUen. 8-98 THIRST CLASS day board at International JL Hotel, corner Seventh and -Jackson streets. $4.50 per week. 354-84 FOB SALE OR HENI—IOS acres, one mile from postoSice; best stono quarry in Rice county. I furnish aU Btone for state institu tions, Shattuck schools, St. Mary's Hall and all public buildings, located here: patent lime kiln, four dwellings, one st ne, one frame barn, on* sti ne bam connected w th blacksmith shop, etc. Twenty-five acres, containing the quarry and im prov ments, will be sold or rented separately, if d-Sirred. Reason for selling—old age __£ __or health. Apply to Philip Cromer, Fari___'t Minn. 189* CLOTHING. The Greatest Bargains EVER KTSTOWN IJST CLOTHING-! ABE NOW BEING OFFEBED At Sattler Brothers' Assignment Sale, AT BOTH STOBES, 91 East Third street, and 153 East Third street. WClothing is actually being sold at half value, in order to spee dily obtain Cash. S. BERGMAN, Assipnee. HEAL ESTATE. NICOLAY _t FOND. PAWNBROKER. E. LYTLB7 Pawnbroker & Jeweler. 41 Jackson St., Opposite the Merchants Hotel. An Immense Stock of FORFEITED PLEDGES for Half Their Value, consisting in part of the following good*: Gentlemen's Gold Wp'ches, Ladies' Gold Watches. Silver Watches of all make-, an i stock <;f Jewelry, Diamonds in Solitairo Eardrop*. Bingo, Veil Pins; Shin-- Buttons . Studs, Co.tar Buttons and Scarf Pins, Crosses and D-am >ml Brooches, Gold Chains, Bracelets and Baniu'lee, Music Box^>s, .Mu-i-ai Instruments, Gold-Headed Canes, Sterling Silver Knives, Porks and Spoons, Opera Glasses, Silverware, Clocks Breech and Muazle-Loading Guns, Rifles . voivers, and Novelties. Goods sent C. 0. D., with privilege of examination. Bead tor Catalogue and Price List. Watch Repairing, Diamond Setting and Engraving, MONEY TO LOAN ON ALL GOODS OF VALUE. BOOT A-JB PHO» DIAUBBH. SCHLIEK <fc CO.. NO. 89 EAST THIRD SUM, .Baii.iißoot.ules. St. Paul Agency for BURT'S, GRAY'S, REYNOLD'S, and Many Others. X£ff Mail orders promptly filled. AND TELEGRAPHIC INSTITUTE Has ion*, rince established its olalm_ to public favor and has now entered up v.r ante the most iravorable snapices. Send tor onraiogne (riving .nil particulars. Cor. 3d and Jaol - A. FADBiM Principal STANDARD BC___K_. FAIRBANKS ECLIPSE BTANDAIiD SELF- BEG UL ATI NG SCALES; FIND MIX. LB. FAiBASKE, mm & CO., - 371 & 373 Suiley M FESra TAiLOKESTG. SilWk 1& ft _____¥ 38 tel ™sw WHOI-ESALS DE______B. NOYES "BROS. & CUTLER, IMPORTERS A WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS, 68 and 70 Sibley Street. Corner Fifth, - - - St. l*aul. Minn !. I WHOLESALE STATIONERY. "w^iß-D, HILL & MoCLELLAN IMPOBTEBB AND JOBBEBB OP Stationery, Druggists' Sundries and Toys, 407 SIBLEY STREET, ST. PAUL, MINN. We also have the sole control of the merchandise constituting the stock of the T. S. WHITE BTATIONEBY COMPANY, which must be sold to close their business. We devote an entire floo of our now store 407 Sibley sti-eet, to ite display and offer you some bit* biffins. Call and peo as __ _TU*TCAL TWBTBUM*3TB WEBER PIANOS. Mtttmt I? Tim i B-Si In Ills ffrt I know of none superior to the Weber and none that can com pete with them for durability .—Teresa Carreno. The tone of the vVeber Piano is so sweet, rioh and sympathetic, yet so full, that I shall always rank you as the greatest -oanufau turer of the day.—Emma Thursby. Weber Pianos excel all others in volume of tone and in power of expression.—S. Liebling There are no Pianos in the world that sustain the voice like the Weber.—Emma Abbott. R. 0. MTJNGER, Agent, St. Paul. Send |T-t Catalogue*- TANNERS. James McMillan & Co., Proprietors of trie MINNNEAPOLIS SHEEPSKIN TANNERY, AND B_U___B_ 'V HIDES, SHEEP PELTS, WOOLIA.ND PURS, 109 First Au.euu_ South, MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. BhiDmants solicited. Write for ci/enlars. BEISBIN & PARWELL, ijaTV Office. 800 M.6, Cor. o.< Waksfcaw an_*Fonrth street, Over Express 03_ce 270 GiS FIXTURES. KENNEY & HUDNER 108 _____[ I 9& West Third StrwlP Oppo-tte Mttzapalit» Ho _sl BVUHIH COLLXGXS. TAILORING. McGrath lilt ttrii, 146 EAST THIRD STREET.