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Francis Murphy and son at Market hall,
Adjutant General McCarthy was absent on
state military business at St.. Cloud yester
A photograph of Pfeifer block and the arch
at its entrance was taken yesterday after
Police Sargeant Walsh has recovered from
his recent illness, and was on deck agaiu
The rebuilding of the state capital inwardly
is now bciug prosecuted in the private rooms
of the justices ot the supreme court.
C. P. Brain will be released on bail from
the county jail this forenoon, having ob
tained the necessary sureties yesterday.
Judge Simons adjourned the dristrict
court, May term, for the trial of court cases,
on Monday afternoon to Friday morning at
10 o'clock. »
Philip Wilson, an oily gem'man of color,
was arrested by Detectives Dan. O'Connor
and Alieru yesterday, on suspicion of being
a sneak thief aud shop lifter.
The following were added to the state li
brary yesterday : Vol. 5, McCreary's Court
Reports and the third volume of the decis
ions of the United States comptroller.
Jupiter Pluvius interfered with the obtain
ing of a quorum at the monthly meeting of
the state historical society at its rooms at
the state capital, on Monday evening.
Measures were being taken to
secure a writ of habeas corpus_ yesterday
from the supreme court for the release of
Mrs. .1. L. Johnson, confined at present in
the Nicollet county jatl.
Mr. Win. A. Carson, formerly of Balti
more but at present a practicing attorney in
this city, has erected a very handsome resi
dence on Holly avenue, and will take posses
sion of it in a few days.
Two boys named T. J. Coyne and John
Conzem got into an altercation in a butch
er's shop on the corner of Eighth and Jack
son streets last evening, and were arrested
for disorderly conduct and lodged in the
A meeting of property owners on Prospect
terrace, interested in the assessment by the
board of public works, fur improvement on
Winifred and Starkey streets, will be held at
470 Dakota avenue, Sunday, Sept. 14, in the
hall of Nic Rebholtz, ;it 2 o'clock p. m.
The heaviest storm of wind and rain that
lik.~ visited the Shakopee valley for twenty
years, occurred on Monday afternoon, the
railroad track being .submerged at several
points, tre«*B and Bhrubbery being uprooted,
and several small buildings razed to the
Three original pensions were received yes
terday at the office of Adjutant General Mac-
Carthy and one increase. The originals
were $1,368 for a veteran in Owatonnu, |400
for one at hake Lilliou, and another of $28
for aputy'at Dean, Rice county. The in-
Ctease was $8 for a veteran at Fergus Falls.
The water pipes have been laid on St.
Authony liil), and in most cases connections
have been made with the residences. If the
engineer of the water board has made no
mistake in his calculations, on the 20th day
of October the hill will be supplied with
Water from Vadnais' lake.
Col. C. W. Griggs has rented the fine resi
dence of Hon. Win. Carson on Summit
avenue, until June, ISSS, when he expects
his own magnificent residence will be fin
ished. It is understood that Mr. Carson's
family will reside in Eau Claire until next
summer. A loss to the society of St. Paul.
If there is any tightness in the money
market it does not seem to retard building
in St. Paul. In every direction new build
ings are yoinsr up and old ones are undergo
ing betterments. Aud this is necessary in
order to keep pace with our rapldlv increas
ing uoiiulation and furnish them with shelter.
Dr. John Bteele after years of litigation has
at length got possession of the Bond property
ut.LUe comer of Fourth aud Washington,
pud lilts contracted for the erection of four
toucuicnt houses fronting on Washington
street. The beautiful trees have been cut
down and cellars are now being excavated
by a large force of men. It is expected that
these buildings will be ready fur occupation
early next spring.
The attention of our capitalists has been
called frequently to the necessity for more
cheap tenement houses for the accommoda
tion of men of moderate means. When it
is known that many persons engaged in
business in our city are compelled to lodge
in the neighboring cities the necessity be
comes evident, and should be remedied at
once. Gentlemen of means cannot find a
more profitable investment for their surplus
than by erecting houses for the use of men
whose incomes are not large enough to jus
tify the payment of more than $25 per month.
Mr. Horace E. Hopkins, of the Xews ami
National Democrat, JefTersonville, Indiana,
writes, that he suffered excruciating pain in
the region of the heart and in his back. One
application of St. Jacobs Oil, the magical
puiu-reliever, externally, cured him.
Real Estate and Building.
The following transfers of real estate by war
rantee deed were filed for registry yesterday:
I'ri L. Lamprey to Richard Prise, lot a, block
17, Hazllle ft Robert'! addition, $1,700.
Prank K. Hanson to James Middleton, undivid
ed y t of block I:.', Fairview addition, $1,750.
Ed O'Connor to E M MacCarthy, lot 3, block
5. Dayton's addition, $5,000.
Win F Heath to Mrs Carrie Heath, lot 3, block
2, Scribner& Crittenden's subdivision, $5,000.
Win II Welch to S J Uewson, lot 5, block 8.
Mackubin & Marshall's addition, $700.
Ed Langevin to Uri L Lamprey, lot 1, block IG,
Marshall's addition, $500.
James Milton to C II Wynacht, E V x of lot 12,
block 22, Marshall's addition. $900.
It F Marvin to II E Young, lot 19, block 16,
En. tville heights addition, $1,050.
A B Steindorff to Jacob Schintzius, lot 8, block
7, Ed Dean's second addition, $975.
John Stanton to Anton Konnann, lot 24, block
34, Arlington hills addition, $775.
Joseph Anstell to Peter Wilshusen, lots 3, 7
and 8, block 10, Woodbury & Case^s addition,
A II Wilder to Ilattie E Unterleiter, W H of
N V4of E y. of X W ?4 and E %of S »4 of E %
of >i W Ji of section 11, town grange 22,52,000.
The following building permits were issued
yesterday by Building Inspector Johnson:
Fred Althen, one and a »jalf story frame barn
on north side of Cherry street, between Hoffman
avenuejand railway $100.
A. W. Connally, one ' and a half story frame
dwelling on west side of Deßow, between Will
iams and Mt. Airy streets, $500.
Israel Patiens, Q'.ie and a half story frame
dwelling on west side of Minnetonka street,
between Texas arid St. Lawrence streets $300.
Sarah H. Fla^g, one story frame woodshed on
north side of ?,inth, between John and Locust
Gco. Hnbvr, one story frame dwelling on south
side of Spelling avenue, between Palmer aud
Milton streets, $50.
First German Bantist church, one story frame
church, on north xide of George street, between
Ball a*ad Stryker avenues, $1,100.
F. B. Doran, to construct doorway and gravel
roof on corner of Market and Fourth streets,
H. C. Jones, one story brick front south side
of Seventh street, between Wabashaw and Cedar
Tor an investment in realty, attend the auction
Bale of West St. Paul property Thursday, at 3
Adam Fetsch's Branch Store.
Visit Adam Fetsch's branch cigar store, op
posite Olympic theater.
Attend the auction sale of six houses and six
lots in West St. Paul, next Thursday, at 3 p. m.
Yen Pictures — Judge Goodrich— A Word
to Posterity. -
When your children's children shall ask their
fires "What manner of men laid the foundation
of our State!" say unto — Consult "Pen
Pictures, " by Major T. M. N'ewson, written A.D.
■ These, so far as I may judge, are, with one
exception, faithfully written and worthyof all
St. Paul, August, ISB4.
These series of Pen Pictures are now being
oubllshed in the Sunday globs.
A Humiliating Confession.
Driven to the wall by the weight of evidence against him, Price is
compelled to admit that his baking powder is impure, containing quanti
ties of lime, and seeks to defend the wicked adulteration by alleging
that lime is a natural constituent of cream of tartar of the market,
which he uses.
Lime is unquestionably a constituent of the impure and cheap cream
of tartar of the market, such as Price uses in his baking powder. Prof.
Kedzie, President of the Michigan State Agricultural College, recently
analyzed 27 samples of this cream of tartar, as bought by Price, and
found them all adulterated from 8 to 86 per cent.
Price does not give the quantity of lime in his baking powder. Prof.
Mott, the United States Government chemist, has, hawever found in it
6 per cent, while Prof. Habirshaw found about 12 per cent, or nearly
one-eight of the entire bulk of Price's baking powder to consist of tar
trate of lime.
A manufacturer of baking powder who lacks the discernment, knowl
edge, or honesty necessary to prevent an adulteration of his goods to the
extent of one-eight of their bulk will not be considered by the public as
worthy of its confidence. Further caution "not to take his word for it"
The presence of this large and varying amount of lime and dirt in
Price's powder (now acknowledged by its manufacturer) is the cause of
its inferiority in strength to the Royal by 27 per cent, as determined by
the Government chemist. This is also the reason why a much larger
quantity of Price's than of Royal is required to raise the same amount
of flour. This large amount of dirt and lime left in the loaf also ac
counts for the salt, bitter, and soapy taste found in biscuits or cake when
Price's baking powder is used.
But lime taken into the system in such quantities as this is injurious.
It cannot be decomposed by heat, and is not dissolved in mixing or bak
ing. The whole of this enormous amount as found in Price's baking
powder passes with the food into the stomach. Its physiological effects
upon the system are indigestion, dyspepsia, or worse evils.
Lime is a caustic so powerful that it is used by tanners to eat hair
from hides of animals, and in dissectinsr-rooms to rot the flesh from the I
bones of dead subjects. The presence of this adulterant in Price's pow
der (now confessed by him) results from the use of impure, cheap cream
The Royal Baking Powder is Absolutely Pure.
That the consumers of baking powder may fully understand the falsity
of Price's statement that lime is present in all cream of tartar — made to
shield himself from the exposure of the adulterations in which he has
been detected — and the fact that Royal Baking Powder is composed of
absolutely pure cream of tartar, in which no lime exists (although pro
duced at greatly increased cost), the following report of Prof. McMurtrie
late Chief Chemist of the Departments, of Agriculture, United States
Goverment, made after a thorough test of the cream of tartar of com
merce, is given. The position in which this report established Royal as
absolutely pure and wholesome is unattainable by any other baking
powder in the world :
" I have examined the cream of tartar manufactured by the New
York Tartar Company and used by the Royal Baking Powder Company
in manufacture of their baking powder, and find it to be perfectly pure,
and FREE FROM LIME IN ANY FORM.
Wm. McMurtrie, E. M., Ph.D.,
Chemist in Chief, U. S. Dept of Agriculture.
ESCH — On Monday.evening, at 9:30 p. m., Ber
nardina, infant daughter of Win. and Sophia
Esch. ;,_:' .v
Funeral from the family residence, corner
Como and Fountain avenues to-day, at 2 p. m.
Friends are invited to attend. ,
W /royal tsaaj^
This powder never varies. A marvel of purity
strength and wholesomeaess. More economical
than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be Bold in
competition with the multitudes of low test, short
weight, alum or phosphate powders. Sold only
in cans. Royal Baking PowbubCo* 196 Wail
street, Sew York.
THE ST. PAUL DAILY GLOBE. WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 10, 1884.
DIAMOND JO LINE OF STEAMERS.
For Winona, LaCrosse, Dubuque, Rock Island,
Burlington, Keokuk, Quincy, and
All Intermediate PoinU to
Steamers of this Line, and this Line only, run
Through from St. Paul Dock. This is not a
part rail line, with midnight transfer
from car to boat.
The elegant, popular and fast electric light pa*
Wednesday, September 10, at 10 A. M.
Host enjoyable route South, East or West.
View the famed Mississippi scenery. No heat or
dust. Through tickets to all river and interior
A. O. LONG, Agent,
Dock, opposite Union Depot.
City Office, St. Paul, cor. Third and Jackson.
Minneapolis Office, 16 Washington avenue South.
BEISBIN & FARWELL,
Censer cf Wabashaw and Fourth streets.
Over £xpreu Office.
. . REAL ESTATK.
We are now building and offer for sale TWO
SNUG WELL-ARRANGED DWELLINGS in
Block 11 Holcomb's addition, fronting onUenne
pin and.. Yale streets, west of Dale, two blocks
from the street cars ; they will be completed °by
September Ist, and offer them on terms that put
them within reach of people of moderate means
who want homes:
We have a nice large house and barn on Mar
shall avenue, "cheap."
We will build you a house FROM YOUR OWN
PLAN, near the New Summit Park, within ten
minutes walk of business.
We have lots for sale in Lock wood' 6 addition
for $250, on $5 cash, and monthly payments for
Lots on Summit avenue that are $400 cheaper
than anything within' three blocks of them.
Money to Loan!
We have always on band, money in largo or
small amounts at current rates.
COCHRAN & NEWPORT,
S. W. Cor. Jackson and Fifth streets.
. \"*''"\'"' ■■• • • :
WE G. ROBERTSON,
- FINANCIAL AGENT
(Successor to D. A. Robertson & Co., the oldest
real estate agency in Minnesota.)
No. 7 McQuillan mod cor. TMni&Waliasliaw.
(Established in 1872.)
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
Corner Third & Robert streets, (in Savings Bank,)
ST. PAUL, MINN.
Bays, Sells, Collects, Pays Taxes, Negotiates
GRISWOLD & TEEPLE,
Real Estate & Loan Brokers,
,' KO. 63 EAST THHCT STREET;
St.PauL - - Minn
REAL ESTATE AGMT,
MANNHEIMER BLOCK. - - ROOM 11,
St. Paul. ... Minn.
More than 20 years' use of strictly
Reliable Fabrics, made in the most
Artistic and Durable manner possible
ha* made for. the
S E^I SUTPTS
the most enviable reputation of any
j Goods produced. They are sold by
; first-class "retailers throughout the
• country. Ask your dealer for them.
GOAL AND WOOD.
Offer tho best grades of Anthracite and Bitumi
nous Coal at the very lowest market prices.
Their coal is frefh from the mines and well
screened. Ami their Body Wood cannot be
equaled In the state.
A charo of your patronage is solicited.
41 East Third Street
Corner of Cedar.
/CARROLL STREET PROPERTY at auction.
\J I will sell on the premises, on Carroll street,
at the cornor of Louis street, on Saturday next
at 3 o'clock p. m., a strip of land having a front
age on Carroll street of 112 feet, by 75 feet on
Louis street, together with a frame nous e of six
rooms. A portion of this ground is leased for
tenement use and brings a fair revenue. Terms
of sale : half cash, balance in one and two years
at 8 per cent, interest, P. T. Kavan agii,
IMPROVED WEST ST. PAUL PROPERTY AT
AUCTION — I will sell on the premises on
Monday, September 8, at 3 o'clock p. m., cor
ner Wyandotte and Texas streets,
lots 9, 10, 11 and, 12, the same be
ing part of block 25, Spencer & Dunwell's addi
tion to Brooklyn. There are six houses on the
premises, five containing five rooms each, and
one seven rooms. This property lies about op
posite the great railroad and commercial inter
ests of the city aud in the part of what is to be
the real valuable property of the Sixth ward.
Terms: One-half cash, balance in three years at
8 per cent, interest. P. T. Kavanaoh,
The above sale is. postponed until Thursday,
September 11, at 3 p. in. 253-55
AUCTION SALE OF 115 LOTB on Seventh
street and adjoining streets, Dayton's Bluff.
— A. H. Nicolay will sell at auction, Saturday af
ternoon, September 20th, at 3 o'clock, on the
ground, 115 good business and residence lots at
above, in the vicinity of the St. Paul Harvester
Works, St. Paul Plow Works, St. Paul & Duluth,
St. Paul & Omaha, and the new Minnesota, St.
Croix & Wisconsin Central railroads. Now is the
time to buy. When the Seventh street fill is
completed, street cars will run within a short dis
tance of this property; then these lots will sell
for three and four times more than at the pres
ent sale. Terms, one-fourth cash only required.
For maps, handbills and full particulars, apply to
A. H. Nicola y. Auctioneer and Real Estate
Agent: removed to 116 East Fourth street, next
to corner Robert, opposite the new German-
American Bank. 253-04
BEFORE purchasing elsewhere look over the
list of west side property at 175 Dakota av
enue, where is offered a complete list of property.
Lawton Bros. 251-257
LOST AXD FOVXJ).
TRAYED OR STOLEN— A red row, short
taii. Return to K. O'Brien, 642 Rice street.
rf»-l r A REWARD— The above reward will be
<P L*J\J paid for the return or a light bay mare,
stolen on Monday night last. She is 4 years old,
white face and slightly sloped behind: weight
about 1,000 lbs. Tim Ryan, corner Wood street
aud Eaton avenue. West St. Paul. 254
TRAYED OR STOLEN— A yellow and white
cow, 8 years old. with brass knobs on the
horns. A liberal reward will be paid for her re
turn. Address William Hickey, Merritt House,
West St. Paul. 354-56
KENNE Y & HUDNER
Opposite Metropolitan HoUL
FIVE CENTS A LINE
SITUATIONS WANTED. -*"*"'
WANTED — a young woman, a : place In a
YV good family to work for her board. Let
ters to M. E. not delivered. Address K. 3 Globe
office. . ',•;-•; - 247-63
WANTED — Situation as bookkeeper or assis-
VY tant; seven years' experience; 'or would
like position in wholesale house, with a chance
for the road ; three years" experience. ■ Address
li., 10, Globe office. ;; w .j: i ■. ' ■• ' .."-%} • 244-59
SITUATIONS OFFERED. r..v^
\\f ANTED— A teacher in school district No.
I! 14, must commence on the 15th of Sep
tember. Apply to Fred Woost, Stillwater road.
253-54- -:;■■ ■ ,:■. .-'
WANTED — Good plain cook, St. Luke's Hos
pital, 105 East Eighth street. > 254-56
Female*. '.•'. \ ¥.
1 OH GIRLS WANTED this week, to sew. on
J-V/V/ steam power machines, making pants,
shirts and overalls ; also, hands' to take work
home. Steady work and good pay.- Guitermun
Bros., 375 & 377 Sibley street. . 254-37
ANTED— Three good shirt ironers, at No.
IT 443 Robert street. , 254
WANTED— A girl for general housework.
Apply corner Western avenue and Martin
street. Mrs. McClure. 253-59"'
WANTED — A competent girl for. general
housework. Apply at 549 Dayton avenue.
WANTED — An experienced girl for general
housework. Apply rear of 208 like st.
•■■ 249-55 ' ■ ■. ,-
GIRLS WANTED— kitchenwork, at 382
Robert street. : -250-56
ANTED— girl for general housework .
References required. Apply at 415 Holly
avenue. : : -'' 250-56
WANTED — A German girl for general house;
VV work. Good wages and steady, work.
Apply at 530 Carroll street. 249-55
WANTED — Girl for general housework at
No. 227, Iglehart streets Apply at once. :
■■' — 244*.' \U
WANTED— stone cutters. Wages 83.50
per day to good men free pass. Address
James McClure, Black River Falls, Wis.
253-59 ' '''
WANTED— Bpy 16 to 18 years old to work in.
V V store. Myers & Finch, Bridge Square. -- '
253-59 ' ■ ; \ .
XTr ANTED— Tinners at 50G St. Peter street.
WANTED— Tinners at 50G St. Peter street.
WANTED — Two energetic, industrious gen-
YY tlemen for light out-door employment.
Room 8, 104 East Third street. 252-58
WO HARNESS MAKERS at once. Address
W. A. Nolan. Grand Meadow, Minn. 250-55
WANTED— Brass finishers, at St. Paul Brass
W Works,, Cedar street, between Sixth and
Seventh. .-:■-:'}" ■ 250-54
-.•' ;. ; .~ ; -- FOR RENT.. ';'' ' '-.;■:;..-
FOR RENT— A residence flat of six nice
rooms at $15 per month ; water and all mod
ern conveniences over drug store, corner Ohio
and George streets, West St. Paul. Inquire of
P. R. McDonnell. 216*
" . __MMM
FOR RENT — A small house of four rooms,
with. cistern and good cellar, 174 Charles
TO RENT — new six room tenement,
with bay window, store room, cistern and
closets, $15 per month, corner Broadway and
Mount Airy. Inquire basement. 254
FOR RENT— First-class dwelling, 13 looms,
No. 114 Summit avenue, formerly occupied
by Reuben Warner. Enquire of owner, 11. D.
Gates, No. 122 Summit avenue. 25*
FOR — Large two-story house, corner of
Acker and Buffalo streets, 13 rooms, cellar,
cistirn and well, suitable fora boarding house.
Inquire of Mr. Bricn, Dispatch office. 251-55
FOR~REXT^X house! Inquire 108 East
Fifth street, up stairs, next door to Tempe
rance House. Suitable for boarding house or
store. .."•/• 248*
TT'OR RENT— A cottage house with 9 rooms in
-0 thorough repair, at 335 per month. Apply
to J. A. Sabin, Davidson block. 241*
FOR RENT — boose, ten rooms, on
. Franklin near Third street; al.-o third
story of building of building 155 West Third
street. J. Kelleher, 192 West Third street 214*
FOR RENT — Two houses on Cherry street, 8
rooms each, cellars, wells and cisterns.
Rent, $-'.") per month each. Also, 1 house on
Dcßow street, 0 rooms, cellar, well and cistern.
Apply at corner Seventh and Rosabel streets.
Andrew Schock. 202*
FOR RENT— Houses from $6 to §10. Jas.
Dillon, 235 Commercial street. 202*
TWO new houses for rent. C. Casey, 698 East
X Fourth street. 200*
OUSES FOR RENT— Twelfth and
XI Thirteenth streets, on Robert, Uri L.
Lamprey. ■ 181*
FOR RENT— cottage with four rooms.
Pantry and closets, good water and every
convenience. Apply to J. C. McCarthy, Sixth
FURNISHED ROOMS from $7 to sl4. ; Krah'
X* mcr block, corner Seventh and Sibley.
rpo RENT — The most desirable office in the
_♦. city. Large corner room under First Na
tional Bank, warmed by steam and hot air, with .
open grate and mantel, all modern convenience.
Apply to St. Paul Trust Company. 254-59
rjnilHEE furnished or unfurnished rooms for
X rent, at 420 Rice street. 253*
FOR RENT Large front room, first floor,
suitable for one or two persons, 11 Summit
avenue, near Wabashaw. 250*
T7IURNISHED rooms for rent— very Ele-
X I gantly furnished rooms — ' and bed
rooms, . suitable for two or more young men.
Inquire at 160 West Third street, first floor.
180* . •' •
OR SALE — A good piano, cheap. Can be
seen at 122 West Third street. 254*
FOR SALE— five-glass Cunningham carriage
Jc or hack, cheap for ca.«h. Inquire at .411
Ilenncpin avenue, Minneapolis. 216*
FOR SALE, or will trade for a horse, a good
Ilallet & Davis piano. Call at once if you
mean business. E. S. ALLEN,
203* 142 East Third street.
FOR SALE — One four-horse engine and boiler
complete, in good order. Inquire at Franklin
Machine shop*, corner of Sixth and Cedar streetss.
-.184* '■ -•• "■ c " — '"•.
MISCELLANEOUS REAL ESTATE. .
$1,500, will buy one of the best farms in Grant
county, with house of 8 rooms, house alone
cost $1,200, only one mile from the county scat,'
10 acres of the handsomest grove of trees in the
state, this property must be sold in the next 10
days. Fabwell. & Co., Third and ■Jackson. 7 "
FOR SALE — following desirable lots : lots
corner of Pleasant avenue and Sixth street,
2 lota on Rice street, between Iglehart and Tilton
street, 10 lots in Irvine's second addition, front
ing on Seventh street, (end of bridge) ; 12 lots
in Irvine's addition to West St. Paul; also a well
established paying business. Apply to George
W. Turnbnll. 343 Exchange street, city. 223*
TTIOR SALE OR EXCHANGE— A choice limn,
X fully improved and located one miie from a
good town, and will sell cheap. Farwell & Co.,
Third and Jackson streets. /-"■"' i •'-
OANS on Life Ins. Policies. Commercial
paper and New York Mutual Endowments
negotiated. L. P. Van Norman, No. 245, Ist
Aye. S. Minneapolis. ._ - ..-
ACKEY'S LOAN OFFICE— bought,
money loaned on furniture, pianos, horses,
wagons and personal property at low rates', with
out removal. Offices, Room 7, First National bank
building, corner Fourth and Jackson street, St.,
Paul, and Room 7, Mackey & Legg block, corner
of Fourth and Nicollet, Minneapolis. . 207*
PLEASURE parties, desiring my four horse
XT twenty passenger English break, should
leave word at office, Cullin'B livery, 23 and 25
West Fourth street. --•■ '—251-57
SPECIAL attention given to the collection of
JO city bills. For farther information address
Collector, Globe office. ' " 251-257. _
C" K. DAVIS'S OFFICE removed to David
■ Bon's ' Court Block, on Fourth, between
Wabashaw and Cedar streets. . 250-56
JOB OFFICE FOB SALE.
JOB PRINTING OFFICE FOR SALE— A well
O equipped St. Paul job office, with a large and
thoroughly established business, ■is offered for
sale at a great bargain. Apply to or address 11.
P. Hall. St. Paul. Minn. ' ' : ; ; &*• ■_
We are now placing on our counters the firs
arrivals of Fall Styles, and call special attention
to Clothing made of the best Imported fabrics,
especially selected and adapted for the fine trade.
Every conceivable style of fashionable goods
will be found on display in our stock. Particu
larly worthy of inspection is our new line of
91 East Third street.
■f- v tj
Office& Salesrooms 100 E. Third St.
Warehouse, 388, 385, 387, 389 East Third street. ,
•# " ' ■-..... ■
1W READY m DELIVERY.
Adapted to Every Kind of Place and Purpose.
HP Every Stove Warranted !
LOW PRICES TO CLOSE BUYERS.
Acknowledged by Artists the Best in the World.
I know of none superior to the Weber and none that can compete with them
f or durability.— Carreno.
♦ § 0 n i e of the Weber Piano is so sweet, rich and sympathetic, yet so full,
l at J shall always rank you as the greatest manufacturer of the day.— Emma
Weber Pianos excel all others in volume of tone and in power of expression.—
There are no Pianos in the world that sustain the voice like the Weber* — Em
±i. U. JVITJISr&EII, .A.s:ent, St. Paul
SE^ID FOB, CATALOGUES.
AFKr.dS & RiRRY 30MTl!ir(lstrect '
58 East Third Street.
The latest styles of Imported Goods always on hand. Perfect flta guaranteed.
BOOTS AND SHOES
If fil V? a 'ill llrfi/ os?\
E. 11. SCHLIEK, • .jjinii
Sew Styles Daily Received. : >^^^^^P
3»asMwstef Car. a^J^Ta
__^ ' WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS^
3STOYJSS, BROS. & CUTLER, '
importers m rmnME debts
66 and 70 Sibley street, corner Fifth, 8L JPaul, Minn.
; * . STANDARD SCALES.
Eclipse Wind Mills. Tanks and Pumps,
Smith- Steam Pumps and Boilers,
Hancock Inspirators, Lubricatord, eft
FiIRBAiMS, MORSE & CO., " ■ 371 & 373 SiMey street
" ''■ - COOT AHD BHOJi DIAUEBS.
BCHLIEK &d CO..
WBi j NO. 89 EAST THIRD STREET,
fHMannrasii Bsbls 'Shoes.
i^^^^S^te^W. St. Paul Agency for BUST'S, GBAY'S,
c S ij ?gS»&;^§^^iL. BEYJ^OLD'S, and Many Others.
-r^j,^^ nI W tlidjLrjl E&~ Mail orders promptly filled.
V^=-V- BUSINESS COLLEGE.
AND TELEGRAPHIC INSTITUTE
Eu long ttett eit»t>li»fcedlu c]»:xdi to public favor and lias now enteied upon its 15th yeuunii
- the most ft\or»ble anipicea. Send for cat*';>£ue, giving lull particulars. -Northwest cor. Seventt
and Jackson streets. • __ M _ __ j^-.V-ii:
. \i W. A. FADDIS, Principal*