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DA', I WfATHJtB BULLETIN : [OSA-i OFiUCFf., VV :--;irr,;o.v, D.'C, Ja^J. 26, 9:56.'p. I . Observations taken M tha tt •' iUU it all :-'■ I OP____-__m_s_PPi vall_t Bar. Thir. WW. W«_o -: J)0.40 2o BE Cloudj . :. Louis 80.56 . 88 SE ' a Crosse cO. ,1 31 SE Clear. Wi *>'.r. Bur. Ther. Wind. We ...80.05 21 E Cl ry 30.80 10 S Cloudy. ...-.-a 80.22 13 E Hazy. ,1 80.23 18 BE Cloudy. t. Vincent 30.27 15 S- Char. *OBT_SBN BOOK- HOUBX-XH S.'.O.JS. Par. Thar. Wimd. Weather. nab0ine..29.89 6 W Clear. ford 29.96 17 NE Cloudy. t Caster 29.98 7 W Clear. (elena, M. T...29.91 10 N Clear. ti.-on, Dak 30.12 28 SE Clear. UPPEK LAKES. Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather. >_!i>th 0.58 15 NE Clou<ly. igo 80.62 30 SE Clear. ItLDDLB EASTEBS BOCKT MOUNT-IK SLOPE. Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather. ►enver 80.13 84 N Clear. >,i__City 30.18 84 BE Cloudy. MISSOURI VALLEY. Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather. iirorth 80.86 44 feE Cloudy. >n__ha 80.27 33 S Clear. DAILY LOCAIi K/ABB. B*r. Th*'. Dew Point. Wind. W«atb_. .500 16.0 15.5 SE Cloudy. Amounl Isnow .00, inaxi_.:__. ther -32 ■ : "meter, -25; i ange, 25.0. '•i te ratnw P. F }. A. -. Jan. 27. —la.m.—Indications . .., Fair, wanner _ 'ling bare , weather, fol dinef -, local rai is or -..•„. generally, lower eter. Nicolay .. Paul property at auction next !■'• bruary 2, at the Minne- I Estate Exchange, No. 70 East Third luding choice acre lots, houses ar.d ors, business and re enci lots and blocks near low railroad, all to b ■ cold on liberal terras. CITS GLOBULES. A $1,400 back pension was received at ;he adjutsnt general's office yesterday. Tnursday evening the Literary cless will jive another of their public entertain , consisting of music, readings and ons. The city tux sales on Friday drew an un isual number of bidders, showing that noney peeking good investment is as >l_nty dow :'.. j ever. The Montauk Fire Insurance company A Brooklyn, N. V was admitted yes ter lay, by State Insurance Commissioner l. It. McGill, to do butsiuees in Minnesota. Sheriff Desmond, of Clinton, la., arrived a the city yesterday having in custody L. lorris alias Ed Clark, who is wanted for inrglary. He has just served a term for afe blowing. "What about the-Third street bridge':" ras asked yesterday at a public meeting, 'hat's all right, was the answer of a reai ent on Dayton bluff, "the thing* itcu at'ng; it'll hutch soon. I /. H. H. Hart is to address the gosp&l Dg and song service at the Y. M. C. rooms this afternoon at 4 o'clock. Gos ■ peranoe meeting will be heldTues ay evening at 8 o'clock. The oase of H. B. Leveridge bringing wt against the St. Paul Gas company to >cov3r salary ou contract for manage leat .;f their electric light department is n trial before Judge Wilkin of the dis riot court. Robert Hayes was on motion of W. H. .rghlner, Es<|., and the presentation of .rlifioates from the courts of Muscatine rmnty, lowa, admitted to practice law in ie Minnesota courts, yesterday, at the Bssicn of the district court. The Traders Transfer company did a ne piece of work yesterday in elevating a ifo weighing 3,000 pounds, to the second oor of tbe German American Bank build lg. It was done with expedition and ithout a mar or scratch on the bnilding. A number of the residents of Dayton's •aft" met last night and organizad a society illed the People's club. The officers are: 'resident, James Nash; vice presidents, larl Cronquist and O. Ash; treasurer, T. t. Collins. The choice of the club for resident is Ben Butler. The board of publio works will hold a en6ral meeting at 2 p. m, to-morrow, heu the impo riant matter, to be consid red will be the assessment for grading Lice street, construction of a sewer on 'r?.inut and Douglas streets, and the reas _>sment for paving Wabashaw street. Fifty-four pedestrisns of the unpopular rofessional variety were registered as ree lodgers last night at th. hotel of the ity. The amouut of dirt, stenob, misery nd sin housed with them could not be .uii'ed or estimated; but solid citizens ho were out late may congratulate them slves that the ocld, which drove these rair. Ps to shelter, left to them nothing '.r>rse to encounter than a disturbed wife's iarp queries or querulous remonstrances. Officer Murphy brought to the calabooee \ 1:30 this morning two youths, eaoh sev nteen to eighteen years old, who are sus eotod of having stolen certain sample ortes from a cigar seller' 3 wagon two or liree days ago. The cigars were stolen nd these boys are said to have sinoe been ngaged in peddling cigars, for tbe posses ion of whioh they do not satisfactorily cnonnt. They are registered as James Cohering and Jo. Sullivan. The recent reorganization of White lear village under the general law is not ikely to go into effeot without some vig rous protests and perhaps a resort to the ourts. Under tha reorganization, it is aid, tho present village board and offi 9r;, who would have been dismissed at the Ic.tioa in April next, will hold over until anaary next. Opponents of the move ■ty the lit'.le offices had more to do wiih le matter than the desire for high li enee. Mary Adelia Miller has filed a suit in ;e (Jielrio. court asking divorce from 'in. Harris Miller for cruel and inhuman ■eatment, in which her husband beat and ruck her, knocked her down and drove _r from her house repeatedly, and also jr habitual drunkenness. There are no iiild-on, aud thfl complainant a3ks that he may have $300 in household goods arned by her own hands, and that Wm. Im-ris shall pay her such portion of the 100 a month which he has for salary, as ba court may deem fit to order. PERSONAL. Commodore N. W. Kittson returned rem the east yesterday. Nicolay ells West St. Paul property at auction next Saturday morning, February 2, at the Mmne ota Keal Estate Exchange, No. 70 East Third treat, including choice acre lots, houses and ot?. business and residence lots and blocks, near i.'TT railroad, all to bo sokl on liberal terms. mfflH ST. OF-RA HOUSE THE WHALE BOOM! "3IGGEB THAN JUMBO." GLORIOUS EVENT. GRAND OPENING. SEVENTH ST. OPERA HOUSE Wednesday, Jaanary 28,1584. lOTTIB BEAUMONT'S Q h FEMALE MASTODON^ 40 YOUNG ZVI AIDERS. 40 INpiLEVATED PRACTICAL SWINGS. All in Conjunction with Col. J. H. Wood' 6 ELECTRIC 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 yreat cast, A GORGEOUS AMAZON MARCH, By Lovely Maidens in refulgent blazoned armor. Usual Matinees. Popular prices. Box Office op _n for sale of reserved seats 1 to 5 p.m. JURY liIStAOREEIi. The Hanlcy Jury DlMfyu.rgfd— After Forty Hour.' DeliUti v.tion ami Forty Ballots Tliey .Stood ~ for Conviction, 7i for Ac quittal. The ]wy in the Thomes Hanley murder case, which retired at 0 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 yesterd , Kcrr.iit^, ■■ nd .-encrun^thr.ugh. their ro.-.mar., G. W. Limb, thai, t'u.y hed 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 judge remarked that it was very unfortu nate thut their deliberations had termi nated in disagreement, as the trial had been conducted at gre it 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 ciroumstanoes of the case would hardly have warranted him in their dis charge at an earlier hour. Upon retiring the jury took an in formal ballot, which 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 but onechange after that, though thirty-nine ballots were taken in all, and thirty times the vote Blood seven for conviction, five for acquittal, and after more than tvF_n*y 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 incarcera tion the jury wore in charge of Deputy Sheriff R. O. Strong, and such were their appreciation of the kindness and consid eration of this gentlemen in tbe perform ance of his duties, that before leaving the jury room they passed the following de served recognition of hie services: St. Faux, Jan. 2C>, 1884. We the jury in the caeo '"State of Min nesota vs. Thomas Hanley" and in charge cf Deputy Sheriff R. 0. 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 ease. G.W.Lamb, Henry G. Haas, Albert Hill, W. H. Kenna, E. (r. Hatfiolrl, 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 Sat unlay 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, near new railroad, all to be sold on liberal terms. P. T. Kavanagh will sell the town house in West St. Paul, at auction, on Wednesday next, at 2p. m. For particulars £cc want column. DIED. LUHRSEN—Thursday afternoon, Mrs. Annetta Luhrsen, beloved wife of Frid 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. 'Iff? Absolutely Pure. This powder never Taries. A marvel of puri ty, strength and wholesom.nees. Mora economi cs! than t-Vie ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold in competition with the multitudes of low last, obcrt weight, alum or phosphate powders. Sold only n cam. Roxal Baking Powrsnrj Co., 3to€ W«di reet, New York. Teeth extracted-wiirhout pain. All work guar anteed. Dr.Cuiluni, 41 East 3d St., Cor. Cedar. lolelafa! I am retiring from the Fancy Goodß business, and offer my entire stock of Embroideries, commenced and finished, and Material for all kinds of Embroideries, Zephyrs, Yarns, Hand Knit Goods, etc., with my entire stock of line Holiday Goods, at and below cost. I will give you good bargains. Call and see me. MRS. C. HERWEGEN, No. S7 West Third street, St. Paul. THJfi feT. ?ATJL SUNDAY GLOBE, SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 27, 1884. DRY GOODS. BRIIiRYSthWUM Northwest Corner Seventh and Jackson streets. BEGS TO ANNOUNCE THAT A DISCOUNT OF Feb. sth I I Feb. sth Feb. sth I Lq I Feb. sth PER CENT | From Lowest Market Price! | ON ANY AND ALL Dry Gooi Notions "Will Be Given Until Monday of Next Week is the last dfT'J_^_H& day for the sale of our CLOAKS ifiPF ar,(i DOLMANS at 50 Cents on the m^^^ Dollar. In other words, at one half of the Lowest Price! nuir i ———I^l^^^^^——^^———^—i^b^—— *'"*'''" """'" Attend llie Sale at Your Earliest Conveaieace! a __ ■ [i _N~- W- Cor. Seventh. & Jackson Sts. . - "-'.■ «ji' ' REAL ESTATE. For Sale, BY H.S.FairchiW&Son Cor. 4th & Jackson. A Chdice Site for a Lumber 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. il. S. FIIR.HILD & SON, Corner 4th & Jackson. 25-27 HEZEKEAH HALL, (Twelve years established in St. Paul as) Ml ESTATE ASD 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. Investments guaranteed to net 7 per cent. Capitalists will do well to conespond. 364 KdVANAGH'S AUCTIONS. I^TNE 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 line seven and one-third octave piano, in use but one year, fine, clear tone, and rich sub bass; tine parlor suits, bedroom suits, easy chair?, sideboards, wardrobes, divans, lounges, chairs, tables, sewing machines, springs, mat tresses, bedding, crockery, cooking 6toves, ranges, one fine Westminster No. 50 coal stove, carpets and a large variety of household goods of every description. It will pay to attend the P. T. KAVANAGH, 27-29 Auctioneer. C'IITY PROPERTY AT AUCTION—I wiU sell J at auction on the premises on Wednesday, Jan. 30. at 2 p. m., the property known as the Town House property in West St. Paul, 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 rented for $25 per month. Terms made known hereafter. P. T. KAVANAGH, 27-30 Auctioneer. REAL ESTATE AUCTION. The Best Business I2ST West St. Paul! Comer Dakota Avenue and Indiana Avenue, 50x153, with 20 foot alley, will be sold on tbe ground, -A.T AUCTION At Three P. M., loaday, Jan. 28th. heT other three corners ha »*e 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. S. FAIRCHIL") & SON, Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers, corner Fourth and Jackson. 26-28 LOST AND FOUNIt. rpAKJSN UP—Horse. The owner can have A same by calling at Farmers' hotel, Sixth waid, proving property and paying cost of feed ing him. 27-28 LOST —A light-liver colored setter dog about six months old, eollai- not marked, ans wers to the name of Duke. Return to Boston One-Price Clothing house, or 89 Mackubin street, and receive reward. 27-V8 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* NKAJSCXAJL. (3ci \ O TSnir. T0 LOAN on improved ►P-l-1 O 9 \J\J\J city property, by Nicolay & Pond, 70 East Third street. 21- CHO ICE Lots on Dayton's Bluff, "heap, by Nicolay &Pond, No. 70 Fast Third street. MQN__Y"I!6__NT_D on furniture, pianos, in residence without re moval. E. &F. Peters, 253 Sibl.y 6treet, oppo site Union depot. 80n* MACKEY'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, cor ..or Third and Jackson street, St. Paul, and Room 7, Mackey & Legg block, corner of Fourth and Nicollet, Minneapolis. 2*-207 LOANS on Life Ins. Policies. L. P. Van Norman, No. 245, Ist Aye S. Minneapolis. RaSINESS CHANCES. FLOUR MILL, roller process, choice loca tion. All complete and for sale cheap. Must be part cash. Address Lock Box 14, Ano ka, Minn. 24-51 FIVE CENTS A LINE SITUATIONS WjtNTKD. \%J ANTED—Situation by a man ani wife on ▼ * a farm. Eighteen year-experience. Ad dre.-s J. W. Harris, corner Frank and Boss streets. 25-31 Males. "^AT ANTED—A situation a3 coachman, by a 7* man who thoroughly understands the business, has had long experience. Best of refer ences. Address _ Dempsev, Globe offic.. 339* " TKTAHTED—A situation by a young Scratch ™ » Canadian, aged 19. Has r>een a year ai the hardware business: Is strictly honest, will ing and active. Any honest employment will be taken. Address B, Globe office. 832* SITUATIONS O FEE Hi'l3. VIl "ANTED—Young men and Indies to learn ▼ v short-hand. L.ngle <_ McKnight's Bchools of Phonography, Fourth and Wabashaw, St. Paul; Third and Nic»llet, Minneapolis. 20e0d34 Females. W' ANTED—SO girls to se» on steam power machines. Fiitt-class hands can get steady work and good pay. Apply in manu facturing department. Lindeekes, Warner & Schurrneier, corner Fourth and Siblev streets. 27-30 \\ r ANTED—One girl to wash dishfs and one t T for dining room, at 332 Robert -1 25-81 A SWEDE or German girl for general hou.-- work-, at 167 Virgil] ;. ... ■. le. Mrs. Ji <•• P. Larkin. .j TO BBITT __uu..e* FOi: . Mice, comer of $55. 3Cef. jr.! ,» required. Apply i or to A. R. Kiefer, 190 East Seventh I^o'-; REX rt.»'-n A rooms. Will rent from now ant Ith of May tor $30. No 22 . 345* &pG!i RENT —A large house, j£ Apply tooldNo. H9Joee*te st. 832 -illl KENT—A cottage with four rooms, pantry und closets, good every convenience. Apply to J. C. McCarthy, Si_th wnrr: t 270* Tv. _t_.<rif—House of six rooms on Ohio street. Inquire of P. R. McDonnell, corner George and Ohio 'streets, Sixth ward. 175* TjlOR RENT- Newly furnished rooms heated by furnace, also table boarders wanted at 19 and 21 East Ninth. 27-30 j.^UK-.T.HI-D ROOM -For gentlemen; A room attached. 377 Washington - opposite city hall. 27-29 f| 'O RENT—One sevec-rooiu house and one JL five-room house in West St. Paul. Inquire of T. Macniug, 430 Jackson street. 20* FOR ft A LB. FOR SALE—The hotel property, st->cl, bowling alley and fixtures.corner Van tsuren and Dale streets. Inquire at Globe office. VS7 EST ST. PAUL lots and blocks and »crea ▼ V near railroad, best part, at bargains. Buy now before prices are advanced, at private sale, by Nicolay A. Fond, No. 70 East Third street. li^Oß SALE —At a bargain, a large, strong working team, weight' 2, 60U; also good wag»n and harness. For particulars inquire of P. J. Bowlin, 38 Sibley street. 27-30 IpOR SALE—St. Anthony Hill lots on ali parts of the hill. A lot on Holly avenue, be tween Western avenue and Arundel street, at a very low figure. E. S. Norton, :.22 Jackson street. 2(i-28 OWNERS of West St. Paul Lots, if you want to sell, list your property with Nicolay „ Pond,Jlo. 70_EasJ__T>ird street. 28-26 I^OR SALE—-24 large lots and the buildings located thereon, receutly vacated by the St. Paul Iron foundry. Good trackage to "three lines of railroad. The best place in the city for iron, fcteel, stove works or most any manufac tnring business. No better location for wood and coal yards. The whole can be bought very low and on easy terms if purchased soon. E. S. Norton, 822 Jackson street. 26-28 FOR SALE—Aurora avenue. Eight room house ard two good lots only $5000. This is a very desirable location, and near to the busi ness part of the city. E. S, Norton, 322 Jack son street. 26-28 LOTS in Arlington Hills. Good locations tor sale cheap, by Nicolay & Pond. No. 70 East Third street. 28-25 Tj^Oß SALE—Business lots in the best whole- J? sale part of the city, located near the new hotel and chamber of commerce. Now is the time to purchase »s desirable lots end especially corners will soon be difficult to procure except at a very much higher price. E. S. Norton, 822 Jackson street. 26-28 FOR 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. An absolutely secured and a pay in j in vestment.' Potter, Thompson & Co., Room 8, Mackey A^Legg block, Minneapolif?. 26-30 ICOLAY & FOND, No. 70 East Third street^ offer at private sale choice business and residence lots, houses, and lots in all parts of the city, at great bargains. 23-25 FOR SALE —A good Reatty church organ cheap, at 482 Ellen stro»t. 25-84 lOTS in the Hat, near levee line, at a bargain. _ Paul Martin _ Co., end of bridge, West side. 24-59 "T^OR SALE—II furnished rooms, centrally A' located, with extra low rent. Inquire 145 East Sevan th street. 4* MIBCEL LANKO US. \JL 7 ANTED—AII journeyman plumbers of St. i V Paul to attend a meeting to-day at 2p. m., at Arion hall, 71 West Third. 27 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 FOR SALE—Young Trotting Stock—l havo several one and two-year-old colts, tho get of Baymont, 1,027, son of Alden Goldsmith, 337, outof standard mares. Colts all large and rangy, fine looking, and unmistakably showing the promise of speed. G. W. Sherwood. 167*-6 an non<3t wed JTHT Ann Practical Plumber . .&.' JLI\J\.JU s and Gas Fitter, 397 Selby avenue,, near Western. Jobbing promptly attended to. 25-31 \A[ ANTED—We want men and women every * 7 where, f'> sell our Diamonds. No previous experience necessary. For pat uculars address WiiAKLEY & BURNETT, 257 Viae 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 comp.tent'agent to attend cai riages at parties, opera, weddings, etc.; a first class colored man, Bruce Bryant, to attend door at parties and receptions. Inviir.tiors delivered 1 with promptness and disnatch. K. P. Cullen. 8-98 "EpIBST CLASS day board at International j 8 Hotel, corner Seventh and Jackson streets. $4.50 per week. 35i-8i FAIRCHILVS AUCTION. fTYHE MOST VALUABLE BUSINESS PROP- A 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 West St. Paul, being the northwest corner of Dakota (."ormerly 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, Real Estate Agents and Auc tioneers, corner Fourth and Jackson, 24-28 The Greatest Bargains JEVEJR KNOWN I X CLOTHING! ARE NOW BEING OFFERED At Settler Brothers' Assignment Saie, AT BOTH STORES, 91 East Third street, aid 153 East 'I bird street. is actually beinar; sold at half value, in order to apee dily obtain Cash. S. BERGMAN, Assignee. ■-■ . -. —_ ...... _j»_i-. PAWNBROKER. GOLD AMD SILVER WATCHES, DIAMONDS AND RICE JEWELRY OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. Anlmmense Stock ofFORFEITED PLI >GBS for /;.."'.. I Co.'-r, Coi I ■ S<di«l (i<.id Kings, Opera I lla -es ( :•• I ' vi:i^'. : B. LYTJU Pawnbroker& Jeweler. 41 JacksottSt.Oppoaite tho Merchants Hotel. I OOfS AUii BU . r s. __^ BCHLEEK & CC \. J so, 89 m mm mm, t,'yariaiiis in Boots & Ste, SwEr^S- rfi^s. St. Paul Agency for BURT'S, GRAY'S, H^BJ REYNOLD'S, and Many Others. J^~"' "**^^KSiß±esiHs3 \£tT Mail orders promptly filled, Ba3ISBBB OCLLIQJE9. AND TELEGRAPHIC INSTITUTE g olr.oo eetnblißhad ita olalrna to public b»Tor and hci6 now entered cj in I ■ ti.' inuit fafurable aospicea. Send tor catalogue ftlTi-.:;<fali particulars. •' !or G<' a W. A. FAKODIS Prlnolii STANDARD 80ADKH. JTAiBBANIvi T " - i BTAKDAI:I> *U.*-BEfinLATINa SOALES ' VI N D \L II, T3TNE TATTiORDSTQ. UllviLl 0C PAllilL St Paiti. Mill. WHOLESALE r>jEAJLJKBH. NOYES BROS. & CUTLER, IMPORTERS & WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS. HS and 70 Sibley Hireei. Cornet* Fifth, - at. Feu? Minn , WHOLESALE HTA'i IQNKitY. W^lID, HILL <fc McCLELLA IS2 IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF Stationery, Druggists' Sundries ami Toys, 407 SIBLEY STREET, ST. PAUL, MINN. We also have tho sola control of uifl merchandise constituting the Btock of the 2. S. STATIONERY COMPANY, which must be eoWI to close their business. Wo d( of our new store 407 Sibley street, to it* display and offer yoo some bi^ bargains. Call ar nivszcM. jJinminiiJiTm _____ WEBER PIANOS. iciiiiMii J? Artists It Best ii lis M. I know of none superior to the Weber s,ad none that can com pete with them for .'durability.—Teresa Carrano. The tone of the Weber Piano is so sweet, rich and sympathetic) yet so full, that I shall always rank you zs the greatest manufaw turer of tho day.—Emma Thursby. Weber Pianos excel all others in volume of tone and in pwoi of expression.—S. Liebling. There are no Pianos in the world that susi&in the voice lika tin Weber.—Emma Abbott. R. O. MUNGER, Agent, St. Paul. Send for Cst&losrnes. TANNEBB. James McMillan & Co., Proprietors of the MINNNSAPOLIS SHEEPSKIN TANNERY, AND ■'■-.'"\l EBS ITS .HIDES, SHEEP PE T = J, ".VOOLJAND PURS, 100 Jbirnt Anenuo South, MtN/>KAPOLIB, MINN. Shiomerte solicited. Write for ratmla-. BBISBIN St, FARWELL, JLiaw Office. boom; 6, Cor. of Wabashaw andiFoarth street, Over Express Office 270 IiiXTHES. KENNEY & HUDNER 193 and m West TM Strati Oppoait* maaaamutaa Hotel TAILORING. McGrafh Fiiii Tailorinff, 146 EAST THIRD STREET.