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Di . _ WIATHtB BUIXI_T_>.
Ovi r itsal Ofi-Oea,
WAB___t_-OX, J).' C, Jan. 26, 9:56,' p. to.
Observations takrec at toe _i__e momirr if
tiniest ail stations.
_P-__ss-I_Bl-S_P-_ VALLEY
Bar. Ther. Winr*. W<-_r •
Bt.Panl *<i 0.40 26 SE dondy.
[ft.Louis 80.56 . 38 SE Cl-.-.r.
Ui Crosse .0.51 31 SE Clear.
HOB_BW_BT.
Bar. Ther. Wind. Woxtr.er.
Bi._M_o)c 30.05 21 E Cloudy.
Pt.G_rrj 30.30 10 8 Cloudy.
loea 30.22 13 E Hazy.
head 30.23 '8 SE Cloudy.
St. Vincent 30.27 15 S- Char.
*OBT_SB- BOOK. _ro_BT-XH Si-O-TB.
Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather.
Ft. Afrßinaboino..29.B9 6 W Clear.
£'>. ___ord 29.96 17 NE Cloudy.
FtCnster 29.93 7 W Clear.
Helena, M. T...29.91 10 N Clear.
Huron, Dak 30.1- 28 SE Clear.
CPPEB LAKES.
Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather.
Daluth S'.sB 15 NE Cloudy.
Chicago 30.62 30 SE Clear.
IH-DLE EASTEB-T BOCKY MOO-iTAIN SLOPE.
Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather.
Denver 80.13 84 N Clear.
Dodos City 30.18 84 BE Cloudy.
MISSOURI VALLEY.
Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather.
Lvivonworth.... 30.86 44 SE Cloudy.
Omaha 80.27 83 8 Clear.
DAILY LOCAL M-ASB.
B«r. The. DewPofc... Wind. Weather.
3 .506 16.0 15.5 SE Cloudy.
Amount of melted snow .00, maximal-, ther
-■ :, 32.5; minima-] thermometer, -25;
dsilv range, £5.0.
River, frozen.
.. zero.
Note^-Barometet corrected for te__pOTatn__
•_d el ovation.
P. F. L-O-TS,
Corp., U. S. A.
TO-DAY'S WEATHEit.
. lan. 27.—1 a. m.—lndications
for the upper Mississippi: Fair, warmer
weather, southeasterly winds, falling barome-
Missouri: Fair, warmer weather, fol
. by increasing cloudiness, local rains or
snow, southeasterly winds generally, lower
aeter.
Nicolay
sell) West St. Paul property at auction next
Saturday morning, February 2, at the Minne-
Real lAstate Exchahge, No. 70 East Third
street, including choice acre lots, houses and
lots, business and residence lots and blocks near
new railroad, all to be cold on liberal terms.
CYX\ GLOBULES.
A $1,400 back pension was received at
the adjute nt general's office yesterday.
Thursday evening the Literary class will
give another of their public entertain
mente, consisting of music, readings and
recitations.
The city tax sales on Friday drew an un
usual number of bidders, showing that
money seeking good investment is as
iv dow a_ ever.
The Montauk Fir 9 Insurance oompany
of Brooklyn, N. V , waa admitted yester
day, by State Insurance Commissioner
A. R. MoGill, to do business in Minnesota.
Sheriff Desmond, of Clinton, la., arrived
in the city yesterday having in custody L.
Morris alias Ed Clark, who is wanted for
burglary. He has just served a term for
safe blowing.
"What about the Third street bridge?'
wa3 asked yesterday at a public meeting.
That's ali right, was the answer of a resi
dent on Dayton bluff, "the thing's i_cu
bat'ng; it'll hatch soon.
Et&Y. H. H. Hart is to address t he gosp6l
meeting and song service at tha Y. M. C.
A. rooms this afternoon at _ o'clock. Gos
pei temperance meeting will be held Tues
day evening at 8 o'clock.
The case of H.B. Leveridge bringing
suit against the St. Paul Gas company to
recovir salary ou contract for manage
ment cf their electric light department is
on trial before Judge Wilkin of the dis
trict coart.
Robert Hayes was on motion of W. H.
Lightner, Esq., and the presentation of
certificates from the courts of Muscatine
county, lowa, admitted to praotice law in
the Minnesota courts, yesterday, at the
.-e.-sicn of the district court. '
Tbe Traders Transfer oompany did a
line piece of Work yesterday in elevating a
safe weighing 3,000 pounds, to the second
door of the German American Bank build
ing. It was done with expedition and
without a mar or scratch on the building.
A number of the residents of Dayton's
bluS met last night and organizad a society
called the People's club. The officers are:
President, James Nash; vioe presidents,
Carl Cronquist and C. Ash; treasurer, T.
H. Collins. The choice of the olub for
president is Ben Butler.
The board of public works will hold a
general meeting at 2 p. m. to-morrow,
when the important matter, to b3 consid
ered will be the assessment for grading
Rice street, construction of a sewer on
"Walnut and Douglas streets, and the reas
sessment for paving Wabashaw street.
Fifty-four pedestrians of the unpopular
professional variety were registered as
free lodgers last night at th. hotel of the
oity. The amount of dirt, stench, misery
and sin housed with them could not be
counted or estimated; but solid citizens
who were out late may congratulate them
selves that the cold, which drove these
tramps to shelter, left to them nothing
frorse to encounter than a disturbed wife's
sharp queries or querulous remonstrances.
Officer Murphy brought to the calabooee
ai 1:30 this morning two youths, eaoh sev
enteen to eighteen years old, who are sus
pected of having stolen certain sample
boxes from a cigar seiler'3 wagon two or
three days ago. The oigars were stolen
and these boys are said to have sinoe been
engaged in peddling oigars, for the posses
sion of whioh they do not satisfactorily
account. They are registered as James
Cichsring and Jo. Sullivan.
The recent reorganization of White
Bear village under the general law is not
likely to go into effect without some vig
orous protests and perhaps a resort to the
courts. Under the reorganization, it is
arv.d, tho present village board and offi
cers who would have been dismissed at the
election in April next, will hold over until
January next. Opponents of the move
say the little offices had more to do with
the matter than the desire for high li
cense.
jyTr.ry Ad.lia Miller has filed a suit in
ia. dietrio. court asking divorce from
Wm. Harris Miller for cruel and inhuman
treatment, in whioh her husband beat and
struck her, knooked her down and drove
her from her house repeatedly, and also
for habitual drunkenness. There are no
children, and tho complainant asks that
she may have $300 in household goods
earned by her own hands, and that Wm.
Harris shall pay her such portion of the
$100 a month which he has for salary, as
ths court may deem fit to order.
PERSONAL.
Commodore N. W. Kittson returned
from the east yesterday.
Nicolay
_.elle West St. Paul property at auction next
Saturday morning, February 2, at the Minne
sota Real Estate Exchange, No. 70 East Third
etreat, including choice acre lots, houses and
lots, business and residence lots and blocks, Bear
new'railroad, all to be sold on liberal terms.
MSYHfTfI ST. OPtRA HOUSE
TEE WHALE BOOM!
I '-3IGGEB THAN JUMBO."
GLORIOUS EVENT.
GRAND OPENING.
| SEVENTH ST. OPERA HOUSE
Wednesday, January 28,1881
J OT.IE BEAUMONT'S 0
h MALE MTODOIW
40 YOUNG MAIDENS. 40
INiELEVATED PRACTICAL SWINGS.
All in Conjunction with Col. J. H. Wood's
ELECTEIC CONGRESS.
The very Head and Front of the Profession.
The Operatic Spectacular Burlesque Extrava
ganza
THE ABORIGINES.
In Primitive Costumes. Forty Ladies and Gen
tlemen in the great cast,
A GOBGEOUB AMAZON MABCH,
By Lovely Maidens in refulgent blazoned armor.
Usual Matinees. Popular prices.
Box Office opsn for sale of reserved seats 1 to
5 p. m.
JURY DISAGREED.
The Hanley Jury Uisobargff d—After Forty
Hours' Deliberation and- Forty Ballots
They Stood 7 for Conviction, 5 for Ac
quittal.
The jury in the Thomas Hanley murder
case, which retired at 6 o'clock on Thurs
day afternoon, and who after repeated at
tempts to get out of durance, succeeded in
getting the ear of Judge Wilkin at 11:30
yesterday mcrning, and reporting, tlnr.ugh
thtir foreman, G. W. L.mb, that they had
failed to agree, were discharged by him,
looking thoroughly fagged and worn out
after fall forty hours of service.
In his remarks in discharging them, the
jndge remarked that it was very unfortu
nate that their deliberations had termi
nated in disagreement, as the trial had
been conducted at greit expense to the
state, had delayed the civil trials on the
calendar fully one week, and it would not
be possible to impanel another jury to
try the case in Ramsey county.
In regard to having refused to entertain
their request to report sooner he said
that the circumstances of the case would
hardly have warranted him in their dis
charge at an earlier hoar.
Upon retiring the jury took an in
formal bßllot, whioh stood eight for con
viction and four, for acquittal upon the
first formal ballot six * votes
were given for conviction and
six for acquittal. There was bnt
one change after that, though thirty-nine
ballots were taken in all, and thirty times
the vote Btood seven for conviction, five
for acquittal, and after more than t*eniy
four hours of earnest effort to change that
position, they were allowed to come into
court and receive their discharge.
During all the time of their incaroera
tion the jury were in charge of Deputy
Sheriff R. 0. Strong, and suoh were their
appreciation of the kindness and consid
eration of this gentleman in tbe perform
ance of his duties, that before leaving the
jury room they passed the following de
served recognition of his services:
St. Paul, Jan. 26, 1884.
We the jury in the case '"State of Min
nesota vs. Thomas Hanley" and in charge
cf Deputy Sheriff R. O. Strong offer the
following resolution.
Resolved, That we tender the said R. O.
Strong our most sincere thanks for his
affable and universal kindness and cour
tesies extended to us during our confine
ment in the jury room on said Hanley
case.
G. W. Lamb, Henry G. Haas,
Albert Hill, W. R. Kenna,
B. G-. Hatfield, Martin Hauster,
J. B. Hodgson, J. C. Leasure,
Wm. Y. Home, Chas. Heidecker,
S. P. Hoffman, D. 8. Henn'eberg.
Nicolay
sells West St. Paul property at auction next
Saturday morning, February' 2, at the Minneso
ta Real Estate Exchange, No. 70 East Third
street, including choice acre lots, houses end
lots, business and residence lots and blocks, rear
new railroad, all to be sold on liberal terms.
P. T. Kavanagh will sell the tewn house in
West St. Paul, at auction, on Wednesday next,
at 2p. m. For particulars see want column.
DIED.
LUHRSEN—Thursday afternoon, Mrs. Annetta
Luhrsen, beloved wife of Fr.d Luhrsen, aged
62 yea.s and 9 months.
Funeral Sunday afternoon, January 27, at 2
o'clock, at No. 20 Tilden street.
Friends of the family invited to attend.
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_B_T*.___L ______■ _M__V JHB_ _r___-u. _*___ E
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies. A marvel of puri
ty, strength and wholeeomimess. More economi
cal than tke ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold
in competition "ith the multitudes of low test,
ohort weight, alum or phosphate powders. Sold
on'y n cam. Ro_al Baking Powk__ Co., 106
Wall reet, New York.
Teeth extracted without pain. All work guar
anteed. Dr.C_ll___, 41 East 3d St., Cor. Cedar.
To the Ladies!
I am retiring from the Fancy Goods business,
and offer my entire stock of Embroideries,
commenced and finished, and Material for aU
kinds of Embroideries, Zephyrs, Yarns, Hand
Knit Goods, etc., with my entire stock of fine
Holiday Goods, at and below cost. I will give
you good bargains. CaU aud see me.
MRS. O. HERWEGEN,
No. 87 West Third street, St. Paid.
THJfi bT. ?AUL SUNDAY GLOBE, SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 27, 1884.
I_RUMSthIBRUM
Gustave Heinemann,
Northwest Corner Seventh and Jackson streets.
BEGS TO ANNOUNCE THAT A DISCOUNT OF
Feb. sth I OC I Feb. sth
Feb. sth I lJ I Feb. sth
PBB CENT
| From Lowest Market Price! J
ON ANY AND ALL
Dry Goods Notions
"Will Be Given Until
February 5i Inclni. duly.
half of the Lowest Price!
I Attead the Sale at Yonr Earliest Convenieace! I
_N". "W- Cor. Seventh & Jackson Sts.
REAL EBTATE.
For Sale,
33Y
LB.Hr-_.-8n
Cor. 4th & Jackson.
A Choice Site for a Limber
Yard!
On line of Railroad near the Har
vester Works.
A Choice Site for a Brewery!
Centrally located; nearly two
acres of ground, and large
springs.
Four Fine Residence Sites!
Block of Thirty lots, Dayton's
IBlufF, cheap.
Two Good Stone Quarries!
Several of the best Business Lots
in the city, cheap lots, resi
dences, acre sites, farms
and lands.
H. S. FUR CHILD & SON,
Corner 4th & Jackson.
25-27
EEZEKIAH HALL,
(Twelve years established in St. Paul as)
BEAL ESTATE AND MONEY BROKER,
Corner Third and Robert streets, in the Savings
Bank block, ST. PAUL, MINN.
N. B.—Special attention given to property and
interests of non-resident clients. Investment
guaranteed to net 7 per cent. Capitalists will
do well to correspond. 364
KAVANAGH'S AUCTIONS.
BEST
TEETH
$0.
IT^NE PIANO, furniture, stoves, etc., at auc
tion. On Tuesday, Jan. 29, commencing
at 10 a. m., I will sell at auction at the store
No. 169 East Seventh street, "Kahn's old stand,"
one fine -even and one-third octave piano, in
use but one year, fine, clear tone, and rich sub
bass; fine parlor suits, bedroom suits, easy
chairs, sideboards, wardrobes, divans, lounges,
.hairs, tables, sewing machines, springs, mat
tresses, bedding, crockery, cooking stoves,
ranges, one fine Westminster No. 50 coal stove,
carpets and a large variety of household goods
of every description. It wiU pay to attend the
sale.
P. T. KAVANAGH,
27-29 Auctioneer.
(^ITY PROPERTY AT AUCTION—I will sell
J at auction on the premises on Wednesday,
Jan. 80. at 2 p. m., the property known as the
Town House property in West St. Panl, and
being the east fifty feet of lot 1, block 85, West
St. Paul proper, together with two-story
building which with slight improvements can
he rente! for $25 per month. Terms made
known hereafter.
P. T. KiVANAGH,
27-30 Auctioneer.
DEY GOODS.
Monday of Next Week is the last
day for the sale of our CLOAKS
ard DOLMANS at 50 Cents on the
Dollar. In other words, at one-
REAL ESTATE AUCTION.
The Best Business
i_sr
West St. Paul!
Corner Dakota Avenue and Indiana Avenue,
50x159, with 20 foot alley, will be sold
on tbe ground,
A.T A.UOTIOISr
At Three P.M.,
Monday, Jan. 28_li.
heT other three corners hace business houses
on them. You can improve this lot so as to get
20 per cent, rental and the lot will also rapidly
advance in value.
H. 8. FAIBCHIL^ «_ SON,
Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers, corner
Fourth and Jackson. 26-28
LOST AND FOUND.
rpAKEN UP—Horse. Tha owner can have
J. same by calling at Farmers' hotel, Sixth
ward, proving property and paying cost of feed
ing him. 27-28
LOST —A light-liver colorr-d setter dog about
sis months old, collar not marked, ans
wers to the name of Duke. Return to Boston
One-Price Clothing house, or 89 Mackubin
street, and receive reward. 27-,8
STRAY COW—At the Transfer Stock yards,
a light roan milch cow about 8 yea s old.
If not claimed within ten days, will be sold to
pay expenses. Apply to C. J. Perry. 25*
FINANCIAL.
S1 1 O 7^r.r_ T0 LOAN on improved
I tO jUUU city property, by Nicolay
& Pond, 70 East Third street. 2 »-
CHOICE Lots on Dayton's Bluff, "heap, by
Nicolay & Pond, No. 70 East Third street.
money Loaned
on furniture, pianos, in residence without re
moval. E. <_ F. Peters, 293 Sibley street, oppo
site Union depot. 80»i*
ACKEY'S LOAN OFFICE—Notes bought,
money loaned on furniture, pianos, horses
wagons and personal property at low rates, with
out removal. Offices, Room 7, Fire and Marine
building, cors_r Third and Jackson street, St.
Paul, and Room 7, Mackey & Legg block, corner
ofFourth and Nicollet, Minneapolis. 26-207
LOANS on Life Ins. Policies. L. P. Van
Norman, No. 245, Ist Aye S. Minneapol is.
BWSINESS CHANCES.
FLOUR MILL, roller process, choice loca
tion. AU complete and for sale cheap.
Must be part cash. Address Lock Box 14, Ano
ka, Minn. 24-51
FiViiS CENTS A LINE
SITUATIONS WANTED.
W! ANTED—Situation by a man anl wife on
a farm. Eighteen year.'experience. Ad
dress J. W. Harris, corner Frank and Ko.ss
streets. 25-31
Males.
""^TT ANTED—A situation a_ coachman, by &
7? man who thoroughly understand- the
business, has had long experience. Best of refer
ences. Address __, Dempsev, Globe offic-..
339* '
TTTANTTED—A situation by a young Scotch
▼ v Canadian, aged 19. Has been a year at
the hardware business: Is strictly honest, will
ing and active. Any honest employment will
be taken. Address B, Globe office. 832*
SITUATIONS OFFERED.
\\T ANTED—Young men and ladies to learn
▼ 7 shoit-hand. Lmgle it McKnight's
Schools of Phonography, Fourth and Wabashaw,
St. Paul; Third and Nicwllet, Minneapolit.
20e0d84
Females.
WANTED— 50 girls to sew on steam power
machines. First-class hands can get
steady work and good pay. Apply in manu
facturing department. Lindeckes, Warner &
Schurmeier, corner Fourth and Sibley streets.
27-30
WANTED —One girl to wash dishes and one
for dining room, at 38_ Robert street.
___ 25-31
A SWEDE or German girl for general house
work, at 167 Virgima avenue. Mrs. Jno.
P. Larkip. 28-M
TO RENT
Houaem
FOB REN~l'—Dwelling _64~Ri-e, corner ot
Summit avenue; $85. Also, furnished
dwelling, 282 Rico street, near Summit avenue;
$-5. Reference required. Apply at premises
or to A. R. Kicfer, 1.. East Seventh street.
17*_
f^OB RENT—A boarding house of
rooms. Will rent from now unt 1 tho tirst
of May for ?r.;>. y Q 222 Acker stroot. 345*
XpOB RENT—A large house, 542 Cwiar street.
JL Apply to old No. il.jos-tte st. S3--
I^Oli KENT—A cottage with four rooms,
A? pantry and closets, good water and every
convenienco. Apply to J. C. McCarthy, Bi_tb
warr'e 270*
Tir___-«r —House of six rooms on Ohio
street. Inquire of P. B. McDonnell, grocer,
corner George and Ohio 'streets, Sixth ward.
175*
Boom*.
FOB RENT—Newly furnished rooms heated
by furnace, also table boarJers wanted at
19 and 21 East Ninth. 27-30
tSuRM-HED ROOM—For gentlemen; bath
J. room attached. 377 Washington street,
opposite city hall. 27-2
-f j^O RENT—One seven-room house and one
A live-room house in West St. Faul. Inquire
of T. Manning, 486 Jackson street. 20*
FOR SALE.
FOB S-LE—The hotel property, st->el,!
bowling alley and fixtures,corner Yon _Sure_.
and Dale streets. Inquire at Globe office.
Ys7 EST ST. PAUL lots and blocks ard nerea
v ¥ near railroad, best part, at bargains. Buy
now before prices are advanced, at private sale,
by Nicolay <_ Pond, No. 70 East Third street.
Ij'Oß SALE —At a bargain, a large, strong
working team, weight 2, 60U; also good
wagen and harness. For particulars inquire of
P. J. Bowlin, 38 Sibley street. 27-30
IpOB SALE—St. Anthony Hill lot* on all parts
of the hill. A lot on Holly avenue, be
tween Western avenue and Arundel street, at a
very low figure. E. S. Norton, 322 Jackson
street. 26-28
O"WNEBS of West St. Paul Lots, if you want
to sell, list your property with _ucolay &
Pond, No. 70 East Third street. 2K-25
liYOB SALE—24 large lots and the buildings
located thereon, receutly vacated by the
St. Paul Iron foundry. Good trackage to thre
lines of railroad. The best place in the city for
iron, tteel, stove works or most any man-fac
ta ring business. No better location for wood
and coal yards. The whole can be bought very
low and on easy terms if purchased soon. E. 8.
Norton, 822 Jackson street. 26-28
FOB SALE—Aurora avenue. Eight room
house atd two good lots only $5000. This
is a very desirable location, and near to the busi
ness part of the city. E.S.Norton, 822 Jack
son street. 26-28
LOTS in Arlington Hills. Good locations for
sale cheap, by Nicolay & Pond, No. 70East
Third street. 28-25
I^OB SALE—Business lots in the beet whole
sale part of the city, located near the new
hotel and chamber of commerce. Now is the
time to purchase -s desirable lots and especially
corners will soon be difficult to procure except
at a very much higher price. E. 8. Norton, 822
Jackson street. 26-28
FOB SALE—Mortgages from $250 to $1,000,
Amply secured by improved real estate,
covered by.insurance: Ten per cant, interest
semi-annually and. 4 to 5 months interest ac
crued. Ap absolutely secured and a pajin. in
veetmentv * Potter, Thompson & Co., Boom 8,
Mackey jfeLegg block, Minneapolis. 26-30
VTICOLAY <_ POND, No. 70 East Ihirdltreet,
ll offer at private sale choice business and
residence lots, houses, and lots in all parts of
the city, at great bargains. 28-25
FOB SALE—A good Beatty church or«;an
cheap, at 482 Ellen stre»t. 25-34
LOTS in the flat, near levee Une, at a bargain.
Paul Martin & Co., end of bridge, West
aid c. 24-29
FOB SALE—II furnished rooms, centrally
located, with extra low rent. Inquire 145
East So v.nth street. 4*
MISCELLANEOUS.
\j\J ANTED —All journeyman plumbers of St.
7 t Paul to attend a meeting to-day at 2p.
m., at Arion hall, 71 West Third. _7
ALL persons having bills against Stees Bros,
and those indebted to them will please
call for settlement at their office, No. 70 East
Third street. 27-57
FOB SALE—Young Trotting Stock—l have
several one and two-year-old colts, the get
of Baymont, 1,027, son of Alden Goldsmith,
837, outof standard mares. Colts all large and
rangy, fine looking, and unmistakably showing
trie promise of speed. G. W. Sherwood.
167*-6 at iaon<scwed
JI7T f_r_r_ Practical Plumber
• .1? Aa\J\JU s and Gas Fitter, 397
Selby avenue,, near Western. Jobbing prompt'y
attended to. 25-31
WANTED —We want men and women every
where, to sell our Diamonds. No previous
experience necessary. For p-i dculars address
WEAKLEY & BUKNETT, 2.7 Vine street, Cin
cinnati . 15-45
CULLEN'S LIVEBY, 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 reception c. Invitatiors delivered
with promptness and dispatch. K. P. Cullen.
8-98
FIBST CLASS day board at International
Hotel, corner Seventh and Jackson streets.
$4.50 per week. 85_-8_
FAIRCHILD'S AUCTION.
THE MOST VALUABLE BUSINESS PROP
erty in West St. Paul st auction. We will
sell at public sale to the highest bidder, at 8
o'clock p. in., 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 (formerly Bridge street) and Indiana
avenues. It is surrounded by good business
houses, and is the best vacant corner in 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 tenants before half
finished. No one looking for a place to do
business, or for a good investment, can afford
to neglect this sale. Terms cash, subject to a
mortgage of about $1,400. Title perfect. H. S.
Fairchild & Son, Beal Estate Agents and Auc
tioneers, corner Fourth and Jackson, 24-28
The Greatest Bargains
CLOTHING I
ARE NOW BEING OFFERED
At Sattler Brothers' Assignment Sale,
AT BOTH STORES,
91 East Third sired, and 153 East Third street.
i-yciothing is actually hieing sold at half value, in order to spee
dily obtain Cash. S. BERGMAN, Assignee.
PAWNBROKER.
COLD AND SILVER WATCHES, DIAMONDS
AND RICH JEWELRY OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
±n Immense Stock of FORFEITED PLEDGE* for Half Th
nal Cost, Consisting of
Gold Wfttchos of all Ftyles, Watch- of all makes,
Solitaire and Cluster v..,: pirn, . ; ..j a
■ liar Bauo-s; an ;
Jolid Gold Rings, plnin and set; Gold Chains, Gold Brace! ns PI i
Se_ded< ai ea, Bterling Bil7__
-peraGlasse-, &oc_
md List of Prices. Goods sent C. O. D., with privilege of — .
nond Selling and EPijraving.
MONEY TO LOAN ON ALL GOODS OF VALUE.
E. LYTLE,
Pawnbroker-.Jeweler,
41 Jackson St., Opposite the Merchants Hotel.
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J-.OOT AHC _HC_ _)_JAl___i_.
schliek: & co..
J NO. 8. EAST THJKi. STREET,
ariraias in Boots & Slioes.
St. Paul Agency for BURT'S, GRAY'S,
REYNOLD'S, and Many Others.
• I3§f* Mail orders promptly filled.
AND TELEGRAFHIO INSTITUTE
H&a lo_g since established its claim- to public favor And hne now entered nj-on its 1. th real n •»
tt.' mo.t favorable aospicsa. Send for catalogue glvl-gfoll particular.. Cor. 8d a-
W. A. FAKtDIS _-.ncfp_.l.
STANDABD 80AI__H.
IT AiHß___N I m- toULiJ^E
ST——_—- SELF-BEOULATINa
SOAL.E3 ?IND _«_ 7£ I_ __ ».
FAIRBANKS, ttOBSE _ CO., • 3TI & 373 Sftley Strait
FESTE TJ_.ll_,Oill_SrGr.
"UliV-Hi w DAlißl, si Pail, Kd.
NOYES BROS. & CUTLER,
IMPORTERS & WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS.
68 and 70 Sibley Street. Corner Fifth, - St. Paul, Minn
■ . / WHOLESALE BTATIONEBY.
W^liD. HX___.l_ <& MeC___.ELL-___r_N~
IMPOBTEBS 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. 8. WHITJ
STATIONEBY COMPANY, which must be sold to close their b-siness. We devoto an enti: _ floo
of our new store 407 Sibley street, to its display and offer you some big bareains. CaU and we nn.
USTT-I-AI. IW*TS7n_-C_rT3
WEBER PIANOS.
__slMpl S ___ lit M H to M,
I know of none superior to the Weber _<nd none the-. oan com
pete with them for durability.—Teresa Carreno.
The tone of the Weber Piano is so sweet, rich and syrcoathetio,
yet so full, that I shall always rank you as the greatest manufau
turer of the day.—Emma Thursby.
Weber Pianos excel all others in volume of tone and in powoy
of expression.—S. Liebling.
There are no Pianos in the world that sustain the voioe like th»
Weber.—Emma Abbott.
R. O. MUNGER, Agent, St. Paul.
Send fo? Cstalosrnee.
TANNEBB.
James McMillan & Co.,
-Proprietors of the
MINNNEAPOLIS SHEEPSKIN TANNERY,
AND J>r\l _RS T.V
,Hl_>ES, SHEEP PELTS, WOOL3AND PUBS,
109 J-i__t Alien, »c South, Ml-. MINN.
Shiomerfe solicited. Write for circular*.
BRISBIN & FARWELL,
Law Office,
boom; c,
Cor. of Wabashaw andiFoorth street,
Over Express Office 270
&ENNEY & HUDNER
108 and 196 Wert Ttod Sf_reet«
Oppodfet Ibteopriitca Hotrl
CLOTHING
_i._l-.____ _e_J.-0.-_.
WHOLE-A.I-E r»SAj_iCKH.
TAILOBING.
McGrath
Fiit 1-riu,
146 EAST THIRD STREET.

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