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.' Opera House Panic— Successful Fair
A Wind and Bain Storm-- Notes
About Town. >'./
The Catholic Bazar.
Last evening the bazar ( gotten up by the
ladies of St. Michael's parish to erect a
home for the Sisters of St. Joseph was.
opened at the roller skating rink, and al
though there were several attractions in the
city the rink was crowded. Full arrange
ments had not been completed, and much of
the fancy and other work had not been put
in place.* What was there was of the very
best, and eager purchasers diminished the
number of articles on sale. The lemonade,
ice cream and strawberry department were
well patronized. In all cases the charming
young ladies and handsome matrons had
such winning ways with them that the
dimes and quarters were drawn forth and
spent with pleasure.
Father Murphy opened the proceedings
with a neat speech, welcoming those who
were present and extending an invitation
to all to come and join with* them. The
drum corps, under charge of Maj. Foster,
gave lively airs in excellent style. They
also executed a number of evolutions while
playing, the major being an old veteran
and therefore a capable instructor. They
had, also, several other attractions, and,
from the beginning made, they will have a
successful time. In order that those who
attend may know where to go, the names
of those having charge of the various tables
Married Ladies' FancyTables— Mesdames
Edward Stewart, James S. O'Brien, John
F. Burke, Charles Burns, Dennis Boyle,
James Goodman, James MacKay, James
Foran, Edward Donovan and Miss Ellen
Young Ladies' Fancy Tables — Misses
Maggie Crowly, MarvMackey, Jennie Bar
rett, Mary Shortal, Theresa Walsh, Julia
Sullivan. Kate Walsh, Johanna Parle, Mat
Ice Cream, Young Ladies— Misses Mattie
Elliott; Emma Brasseau, Louisa Carlton,
Maggie Whalen, Mary Chisholm, Maggie
Clifford, Mary Whalen, Alice Bromley,
Maggie. O'Shaughnessy, B. Long, Mary Mc-
Grath and Alice Donahue.
Ice Cream, Married Ladies— Mesdames
Edward Welch, James O'Neal,' James
Mathews, M. Moffatt, P. J. Long, John
Bromley, D. McDonald, J. Roane, H. Yol
igny, J. Whalen, P. S. Deragisch, D. L.
Gilbert and J. A. Deragisch.
Confectionery Department— Misses Sara
O'Brien, E. Elliott, L. Brady and N. Bur
Floral Department— Misses M. Sulthowe,
M. Moffatt, S. Walsh and M. Donahue.
Lemonade Department— A.-; Elli
ott, F. Gowan, J. Brown, L. O'Donnell,
M. Kent and M. Curtis.
Ice Cream Manufactory— Mrs. James
Carlev, Mrs. J. Bruman and Mrs. Mary
Notes About Town.
Dr. and Mrs. Marshall and Mrs. Sargent
left last evening for Portland, Me.
Apple river drive is at the mouth of the
river and within the jurisdiction of the Boom
Bishop Whipple of Faribault will preach
morning and evening to-day at Ascension
The "Victor Durand" combination ap
pears at the Grand opera house on . next
Lost— brown mare, weighing about
900 pounds. Joseph Bell, South Stillwater.
Reward paid for her recovery.
The attendance last evening at the opera
house to hear Haverly's minstrels was the
largest that has been there for over a year.
.:. Children's day at both the Presbyterian
and Methodist churches to-day. Both have
been handsomely decorated and the services
will be most interesting. 9^B
Company X goes into camp at the armory
on Monday evening, and will drill early and
late. They showed a good record when in- •
spected and they propose to maintain it.
Harvey Ferguson on Friday drove sixty
two piles at the mill which is being erected
by Turnbull &Blackman. This is especially
rapid work. The frame of the mill is go
A five-year-old daughter of Charles La
Count, who lives on Pine street, fell yes
terday afternoon from a bridge over the
ravine near her father's. She fell on the
sharp rocks below, receiviug severe in
Trains leave here on the Omaha road for
Lake Elmo at 11:10 a. m., and 1:28 and
6:05 p. m. Trains leave Lake Elmo for
Stillwater at 10:33 a. m. and 2:43 and 9:18
p. m. ' Thus all trains on Sunday stop at
7 On Friday the trains leaving on the Du
luth: road for St. Paul connect with the
Clara and three other steamers for Red
Rock camp meeting, for which the road is
sues return tickets at $1.50 each. The 8:05
a. m. and the 12:20 p. m. train make con
nection.' Those who wish may remain over
.night. * ";■:."
Main street and Myrtle had the greater
part of the sand removed that was depos
ited last Monday morning. The cleaning
out of the sewer on Myrtle street is pro
gressing slowly. Those who have the put
ting of that street in a safe condition
should have on a double gang, working day
and night. Should another flood come the
damage will be still greater. The loose
sand thrown in the washouts would
be swept away. Gutter paving began yes
The Hon. E. W. Durant returned from a
most successful trip down the river yester
day. He sold 1,700,000 feet of logs to
Lindsay & Phelps, Davenport, la., 700,000
feet to the Cable Lumber company of the
same 'place, 350,000 feet to the Cascade
Lumber company, Burlington, la., 350,000
feet to Taber & Co., Keokuk, la., a total of
3,100,000 feet. He reports business brisk
for lumber but prices low. Long stuff is in
great demand with a short supply.
The answers of the Minnesota Thresher
Manufacturing company against the claim
of D. M. Sabin, Seymour, Sabin & Co. and
others were filed with the county clerk yes
terday, in which they object to any of these
parties being acknowledged as creditors.
Should they be able to hold this position,
they will have a much larger haul for
themselves. The position will be fought
for everything in it, and the public will
hereafter learn the facts as they are brought
out in the trials. Other answers are also
served. • .
Bt the district court yesterday, before
Judge McCluer, the jury were charged in
the case of Burke against Tepass, but tnere
is no prospet of ' their agreeing. The case
of William . Noonan against the City of
Stillwater was the next case. It is a dam-*
age suit for a broken leg. A year ago last
winter Noonan was coming down South
Third street^and fell on some ice formed on
a paved part of the walk near the Butler
property, breaking both bones of his leg.
The case K was not finished last evening.
The cases of Julius Schroer vs. Christian
Munklewitz and August Munklewtz vs. Eu
gene Ide and Julius Schroer were settled
wishout cost to either party. #
The action in the Bend-MacCarthy court
martial in adjourning the trial to July 20,
is severely commented on here. It looks
like a case of persecution, so as to prevent
Col. Bend from having command of the
First regiment in camp at White Bear on
July 8. A petition has been circulated^
asking Gov. Hubbard to suspend the arrest
and .every member of Company X and
others have signed it. The colonel is a
favorite with the regiment, and although a
strict disciplinarian, the pains he takes to
instruct shows his ; heart is in : his work.
Should Col. Bend not have command of the
men. the attendance at White Bear will be
small. : M' '..-" - fM-
1 The combined drive which reached the
boom on" Friday contained upwards of
50,000.000 feet of logs. The logs in are
■ those from the - Chibbonazie, Hay creek,
Totogic. Namacoggin, below Veazie, . part
of the Clam and Apple river. Those that
are -to; come are the Upper Namacoggin, :
; Snake, Crooked Creek and : part - of ; the
-Upper Clam. M Should the water keep up
for ten days these will all get in. - : y This . is
the cleanest drive made in : years. "y The
Anderson & O'Brien drive was rapid. 1 The
The other owners sent their men home when
the water got low, but their men remained
at the mouth of the Yellowstone,' and when
the water rose they took advantage ■ of it.
They enjoyed themselves while waiting by
having several base ball and other games.'
■ : A wind squall struck the city last even
ing about . 8:20, and made a general , scat
tering of all light things.' At the Opera
house Haverly's minstrels were *'• beginning
to play and • singing • Excelsior. The doors
and windows being open , the [ . force of ' the
wind-blew, out the gaslights and some
thought the building was coming down and,
[ rushed" screaming for tlie doors. .This
started the others, and at one time it looked
serious, but.a number of cool heads calmed
the excited people. The greater portion
of the performers left the stage, while some
of the master spirits . who were dressing
for other parts came on and restored con
fidence." After a little delay . the perform
ance was continued. Quite a number went
home, being afraid of the rain storm.
-Entertainment of the Catholic Total
... Abstinence Union."
Had it not been for the meeting of the
Catholic Total Abstinence union of the dio
cese of St. Paul in the city the past week
would haye been exceedingly quiet
They, however, enlivened the city. ; Their
literary and . musical . entertainment on
Thursday, evening was very largely at
tended. The musical part, under charge of
the Philharmonic club, consisting of Miss
Welch, Mrs. Van Waters, Dr. Van Waters
and Prof. Hayner, and the Quartette, con
sisting of Mrs. li. S. Davis, Miss L. Dexter
a%d Messrs. George O. Haskell and W. C.
Masterman, was received , by the audinece
most favorably. They acquitted themselves
as well as at any previous appearance, al
though they had only an hour's notice
that they were to appear. But they are al
ways prepared. The address of Bishop
Ireland was short,. but was one of his mas
terpieces, and a reverend doctor of a Prot
estant church, who was present, said in ref
erence to it: "Bishop Ireland is a man af
ter mine own heart. He gave a ringing
speech last night. I was proud of our
Catholic bishop." Judge McCluer's ad
dress of welcome was a kindly one, and was
replete with sound information. . Fathers
McGolrick and McDonald were at home on
the subject, while Mr. James Corrigan, the
newly-elected president of the union, made
many happy hits. A pleasant and profita
ble time was spent.
The hospitable manner in which the la
dies of St. Michael's church entertained the
delegates in the hall redounds to their credit.
The bountiful and excellent spread to which
they sat down was evidence that these ladies
stand in the front rank in the culinary de
partment. The visitors were much pleased
with their treatment.
Last evening the Sisters of St. Joseph
opened a fair in the roller shating rink, at
which was a most extensive display of use
ful and fancy articles. Those present were
waited upon by rbight-eyed, handsome and
pleasant young ladies and" matrons, who
placed the various wares most temptingly
before the large attendance. The fair has
opened most auspiciously.
Capt. Hayes, inspector of steamboats for
the government, and his assistant, Joe
Vance of St. Paul, were in the city yester
day on their way to Hudson, to inspect the
steamers Wilcox and Admiral Dot. Capt.
Hayes is sick from a severe cold caught at
Bismarck in the great storm there. .
George H. Kennedy, J. P. Hatch, L.
Plaisted and B. A. Barker, all of Oneka
township, and members of Mueller Post
No. 1, G. A. X., are the only representa
tives from this section who will visit the en
campment at Portland. They left Friday
evening. J-' •
Mr. and Mrs. William G. Clark, three
daughters and youngest son, accompanied
by Mrs. J. R. Dougherty and daughter, all
of St. Louis, Mo., have arrived in the city
for their usual sojourn at Mr. Clark's cot
tage at Lily lake.
Mrs. Frank Berry has returned from her
visit at Adams, Mass. Her sister, Mrs!
• Gorrie, returned with her as far as Chi
cago, from which point she went to her
home in Southern Dakota.
Warden Reed and wife have had during
the week visiting with them Mr. and Mrs.
D. W. Ferguson of Charles City, la., and
Mrs. W. Wells of Blue Earth. The ladies
are Mrs. Reed's sisters.
Mr. George Torinus returned from Wash
ington on Monday last. He was accom
panied home by his sister, who has gradu
ated at the Mount Vernon ladies' seminary
Dr. Pratt and family intend ,to move to
morrow into the Grave house on South hill.
Water is coming into their own residence
on Myrtle street and they are forced out.
John R. Gilder and M. L. Murphy left
last evening, the former for Rochester. N.
T., and the latter for Ogdensburg. They
will be away a couple of weeks.
Mrs. A. L. Gillespie, Mrs. J. J. Robert
son, Mrs. V. G. Curtis and Mrs. A. B. Eas
ton were in Minneapolis attending the "Uni
versalist convention on Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Scott of Scotts
bury, N. T., parents of Mrs. A. M. Kiehle,
arrived yesterday morning for a lengthened
visit with their daughter.
Dr. Purchase of Scottsbury, IST. T., who
owns a farm at Groton, Dak., where he has
been for some time, is in the city visiting
with A. M. Kiehle.
C. H. druggist of Groton, Dak.,
is in the city. He was sent for owing to
the sickness of his wife, who is visiting her
mother at Af ton.
Mrs. J. McKusick has returned from Fari
bault, accompanied by her daughter Ella,
who has just graduated at St. Mary's sem
inary. ;'-;!"• .
Mayor Murdock, William Rice and Joseph
Schupp, left on Monday evening for Yel
lowstone Park and othei points.
Mrs. D. M. Hersey, Mrs. R. F. Hersey,
Mrs. E. L. Hersey and Mrs. C. N. Nelson,
have returned from Chicogo. ' •
Miss Eva McDonald of Minneapolis has
been in the city the past week visiting her
friend Miss A. A. Lane. •
Mrs. S. P. Richardson and son left last
evening for a sojourn in the state of Maine
for a couple of months. -'
Mrs. H. C. Van Vorhees and daughter
have returned from Eau Claire, where they
were visiting friends. y '-;;'-
Mrs. B. S. White of Duluth, mother of
Mrs. F. G. Norris, is in the city on a visit
to her daughter. • -
Miss Alma Gillespie has returned from
Faribault, where she has been visiting for
a short time. . • M/MS.'M
Mayor J. A. Johnson of Fargo, Dak.,
was in the city on a business visit during
the week. .
Mrs. Dr. Dould will arrive home to-day
from her visit with her parents in Illinois.
Mrs. S. D. Buffington and baby have re
turned to their home in the city.
Mr. E. L. Hospes has returned from St.
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WINONA'S SOCIAL WORLD, ,
The .Thomas Concert the Leading
Event of the Week.
The. Theodore Thomas concert drew forth
an audience of from twelve to thirteen hun
dred people at . the rink on Tuesday even
ing and was . highly enjoyed by, all present.
A large number of Winona's ; citizens, who
evidently had a taste for fine • music, but
w*ho were minus the necessary dollar to ad
mit them to the inside of the hall, thronged
the streets adjoining the rink, and gratui
tously received the orchestra's superb music
as it was wafted to their ears through the
open windows. _;",_. . -
Mrs. E. T. Palmetier and son left Tues
day morning for ay : visit' at 'Russell,' la.
Eighteen years ago, when the Chicago, Bur
lington & l Quincy - railway was " first ' laid
through Southern lowa, Mrs. Palmetier was
the first , lady passenger to get ''. off from the
train at Russell," and she ; , goes back to note
the changes that that y locality, of lowa has
undergone' since its pioneer days. 'M l v \ MyZ
.An interesting exhibit of industrial work
done in ; the public schools will be made at
Armory hall commencing on June 24.
Supty W. F. Ptyelps has 5 paid considerable
attention .to .; practical education yin: •. the
schools this year, and ; the good results will
be seen -by, the fine drawings and • the orig
inal designs which will ibe exhibited - next
week. y.y MM': My^^yMyy^'y - -'M-' ■' ■ b
: The" grand commandery :of >. Knights
Templar of ■ Minnesota will hold its annual
THE "ST. PAUL D__l__Y~ GLQBE. SUNDAY MOI_N_NG, JUNE 21," 1885. ---SIX_3_EN PAGES.
session at Winona Jon June 24. There will :
be no public display, but \ the sir knights of
Ccpur de ;■ Leon Commandery v No. S } will
probably tender \ the '.visiting .- knights /and;
their ladies ; a reception and banquet in the
:, The Baptists, contrary to name [ and cus
tom, will keep away from .'they water the
coming Fourth. They contemplate a rail-,
road excursion to Homer and will « there en
joy;• themselves at the beautiful picnic *
grounds. : - ;■:"•-:";;'-;>: M'y\'■".■„ -" ■• ■ m «" ;
yj: Chapman of Dubuque was in the city,
on Thursday. ..'..''• ,'■■; '-'.';-
William Hayes went to Chicago Thursday
evening.* ... /'\ f -%,"*',:'
. There will be a mooting of the Bricklayers'
Union, No. 1 of St. Paul, at Arion Hall, corner ,
of Third and Market streets,'. next Thursday .
evening. All f bricklayers i are requested to
attend. The Plumbers' •; Union meets the '
second and fourth Mondays of tho month.'; \
■ ,' — — m — — - — ■ — :
The wages of sin are always paid in full. ■
There is no docking for lost time. — Lowell '
Citizen.' ■ '.-" ." '■",'. -.s if' ':
* ■'; < f • ... :%, y _
r- Take the steamer City of St Paul to Red
Rock camp meeting and the wonderful sub--'
marine diving exhibition.: Sunday, June 21. ■
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' * LOCAL, MENTION.
Banholzer's Park !.,'?
Concert by the full. Great Western band. : "-.*
% Nicolay ' .*i
Sells to-morrow at auction old church and
seven-room house, corner -Eleventh and Pine
streets.. " ,!\ '.«• ' >
Mammoth Stock of Jewelry. M-l
'' o. Selling lat ; cost, watches, '• diamonds, ' sil- '
verware, rings, clocks,.- bronzes,* etc., etc.
Mansfield, 149 East Third streets Go before
it is too late. . • - M^
I_r. James Stinson V;.
Authorizes the sale by « auction of block 3. !
Stinson, Brown & Ramsey's addition. This
beautiful block is the one leased - for tho past
two years by the St. Paul Base " Ball club.
There are forty-eight lots in the block, and :
all as level as a floor. The entire block ; will
be sold to tho highest bidder to-morrow after
noon at 3 o'clock.
Money to Loan.
Money loaned in sums of $10 aEd upwards
on furniture, pianos, organs, horses, car
riages, wagons, etc. Property left in your
possession. All business strictly confidential;
no publicity. Terms easy. Private consulta
tion room for ladies. R. Doming & Co., cor
ner Jackson and Fifth streets, over St. Paul
National bank. ■'.'■ y;;\~ M- -}.f M. .'VTv^vi
Great Western Band
Concert at Banholzer's park.
Nicolay . • \
Sells at auction Saturday, June 27, thirty
cheap residence lots on Dayton's bluff.
Fair Prices and Superior Accommo
At the Cosmopolitan restaurant, 142 East
Third] street. Elegant cooking, attentivo
service, and everything neat and clean.
Of various makes, hardware, at Sachse's, 64
East Seventh street. No better place to buy
in the city.
The place, 142 East Third street. Cosmopol
itan restaurant. Good eating.
At auction in Stinson, Brown & Ramsey's ad
dition, on easy terms, to-morrow afternoon,
at 3 o'clock. . ,
At the Rifle Park every Sunday afternoon
(weather permitting). Refreshments of all
kinks. A. Holzheimer.
N. B.— Take East Third street, which is
graded up to the gates of the Park.
Get Yourself '
A home. Forty-eight lots in block 3, Stinson, '
Brown & Ramsey's addition, will be sold at
auction to-morrow afternoon on the premises
— the old base ball grounds in upper town. _
Dinner, Supper and Breakfast
At the Cosmopolitan restaurant served in
good style at moderate prices. 142 East Third
First Grand Concert.
Banholzer's park by the Great Western band.
Mansfield is selling out his immense stock
of jewelry at 149 East Third street, at cost
prices. Now is your chance for getting a
watch cheap. Large variety of rings.
A Car of Fine Carriages*
Phaetons, cabriolets and surreys have just
been received by the St. Paul Wagon & Car
riage company and will be offered at low fig
This paper is printed with George H. Mor
rill & Co.'s improved perfecting press news
ink. It is also used by all the principal news
papers in the United States and Canada.
Western office, 54 and 56 Franklin street, Chi
Ball grounds at auction. Forty-eight lots in
Stinson, Brown & Ramsey's addition will be
sold at auction to-morrow afternoon, at ■ 3
o'clock, on very easy term?.
Should go to the Cosmopolitan restaurant,
142 East Third street, where they can be well
All sizes and prices, at Saehse's, 64 East Sev
enth street. Also water coolers, refrigera
tors, tinware, etc., etc.
On your furniture, pianos, horses, wagons,
diamonds, watches and all articles of value.
Property left in your possession. Terms easy.
Your own time. All business , strictly " con .
Sciential. Mackey'sloan agency, room 7, First
National bank* building, corner Jackson : and
Fourth streets, St. PauL or. room 7, Mackey-
Legg block, Minneapolis.
A regular graduate, 214 East Seventh street,
treats, with unparalleled success, blood im
purities, nervous prostration, debility—dis
eases from indiscretion, excesses, exposures. .
Moderate charges, safely. Advice free. ' Es
tablished longer than any advertising phy
sician in America. Record of cures ; for
twenty-seven years; never one published.
Patients from Atlantic to Pacific. Call or
write." , ' '-_ ;■' > .'•■ . .
SHEEHAN— Friday, Juno 19, at 3 ;a. in., at
her residence, 202 Exchange ' street, Mrs.
Johanna Sheehan, aged 55 years. ■ !y
Funeral Monday at 9a. m. Services at the
cathedral. Friends invited to attend. '/' ."'
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>'":> This powder never varies. A marvel of pu
rity, strength and wholesomeness . 'Q More eco
nomical than the' ordinary kinds, and cannot
be sold in competition with the multitudes of
low test, '; short .. weight, '"■ alum or phosphate
powders. ,-; Sold only in cans. Rotai. Baking :
Powder Co., 196 WaU street, New York. M;
••-. -- '■■'■ My::M- '■'•'■ ■' >• ' • ' ; AMUSEMENTS. - ' '. : .
GRAND OPERA HOUSE !
' " ; '! * '. . : . > '-■• ■ TWO NIGHTS ONLY. .'.'."/.. t 1 . ;.
Monday & Tuesday, June 22 &23!
:>-; SUMMER ENGAGEMENT!
EN ROUTE TO SAN FRANCISCO.
' / second annual VISIT OF '* ,'.//*..
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Under the Personal Management of . v~»,
MR. CHARLES FRO MAN,
v. .' -'•';■; [>". "H Formerly Manager of tho Madison Square Theater Attractions. ,}
• ; ? - : . "•'■■•. yf ',■_;, v, In the Latest and Greatest Wallack Success '
;' With the following Superb Cast of Characters: •, '.;'.■.
Henri Favart • •• • • ! ............ . .*. ...... .. .Newton Gptthold
Baron De Mersac . . .' . . . V. .*.v; . : .*:. . ; ..... .......... t. .J. T. Sullivan
John Vaughn ; ..............; * '. ................ . Chas. Wheatlelgh
Dr. Rand01ph.. ;\...................M....i. \M:... .............. ...;'........:.:.Z.T. Carroll.
Septimus SeverusTubbs..... :......' '.:'.'. V.V...:.V.'.. .W. H. Denny
Jacques Ronaud. ..'..:..... '. . ............. Harry Talbot
Paul Dean.-. . '..:'. :.. . J . . : • . .- • . ........ .... • . • ...:.... . . . .Frod Corbett
Antonio Sforza (an 1ta1ian)........ ..:.:. .Rowland Backstone
Ruth (Vaughn's eldest daughter).. ..........' .'. . . .... . . . : . '. :: . . . ... . . . ..... . .'. . . .Louise Dillon
Violet (her sister) :..:........'.... '.i-.. .......Grade Wilson
Mrs. Dudley (a widow) . 1 . ;. .' '...: :".'. ..... :>V.V.*:". : .'..". ". .'. .'. . ..'.". 5adie Bigelow
Wittles A. Servant... .......' .' ...Sam'lDeßois
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. ACTS I, 111 and IV Apartments in John Vaughn's house, Paris.
\ ACT ll— Parlor at Mrs. Dudley's. . .". ' ->,- ; . * - »'-"'--"
WAIT between 3d and 4th Acts. Keep your seats.
The Theatre is the Coolest and Most Pleasant Amusement
Resort in the City.
The usual prices will prevail. Reserved seats now selling at the box office. • • V;-iy- ■ •
.•■ :• V AMUSEMENTS. y- - -..■'■
GRAND- OPERA HOUSE.
- L. SCOTT, Manager.
THREE NIGHTS ONLY I .
Commencing Thursday, : June 25th.
J. H. HAVERLY'S
United American European Minstrels.
Under the personal supervision of J. ,H.
HAVERLY. The largest, and best Mm.
. strel Company in the world, including
the marvelous >
; CRAGG FAMILY.
SATURDAY; MATINEE, AT 2 P. M.
Regular prices will prevail. Sale of seats
now open. -•.- ;.; ; - " ■ .'- . : ' • ■ ;
FIRST GRAND CONCERT :
Given by the
Full Great Western Band
SUNDAY, JUNE 21,
Street Cars run near the Park.
: WM. BANHOLZER.
THE STEAMER *
Will run to the
RED ROCK CAMP MEETING
TO-DAY, leaving foot of Sibley street, at 10
a. m. and 1, 8:30, 4 and 5:30 p. m. ___
''': MAMMOTH STEAMER,
Will connect with 9:30 a. m. Train
SUNDAY, JUNE 21, 1885,
'' . DAILY
St. Paul s Minneapolis & Manitoba
St. Paul Union Depot, foot of Sibley street.
Minneapolis Union Depot, Bridge square.
.LEAVE AS FOLLOWS:
St. Paul 9:30 a. m.; 1:30 p.m.; 4:30 p. m.;
. 5:30 pi m.; 10:00 p.m. -. .'• '*.- .
Minneapolis 9:55 a. m.; 1:55 p. m.; 4:55 p. m.
• 5:55 p. in.; 10:25 p. m." \
f RETURNING, LEAVE
Spring Park 6:50 a. m.; 7:50 a. m.; 8:50 a. m.;
i 11:50 a. m.: 4:50 p.m.; 10:25 p. m.
Minhet'kaß'h 6:55 a.m.; 7:55 a.m.; 8:55 a. m.;
.;.: 11 :55 a. m. ; 4 :55 p. — I. ; 10:30 p. m. -
Wayzata;? :05> a. m.; 8:05 a. m.; 9:05 a. m.;
'..« 12:05 p.' m.: 5:05 p. m.; 10:40 p. m.
SUNDAY, JUNE 21," the' 9:30 a. m. train will
i connect at Wayzata with boat for all points
on lake.: .The 1:30 p..' in. 1 train will connect
at Minnetonka Beach with boat for points
'. : on lower lake. . y r :
-, ■iS -y'Sj (Successors to Stees Bros.) ';';
M Cor. Third & Minnesota Streets. :
Telephone ! and '■ night Bell answered at all
hours.";. Prices moderate. . s 81
Lake THE Hotel,!
Lake Park Hotel,
LAKE MINNETONKA. I
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...y-,;.. Opened for the Season y
SATURDAY, JUNE 20.
Regular hops Wednesday and Saturday nights^
-'&&■■?. : -'' ! y C. W. MdNTYRB,' Manager,
COAL AND WOOD. <
COAL AND WOOD.
GRIGGS & FOSTER.
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Offer the best grades of . Anthracite and
Bituminous Coal at the very, lowest > market
prices. Their coal Is fresh from the mines
and well screened, and their body wood can
not be equaled in the state.: '; ._• y-.. .: ,;~ v .
A share of your patronage is solicited. ■'' 1
41 EAST THIRD ST.
CORNER OF CEDAR. Jvp :^ .
~~ HORSE SHOEING^ \
KOCH & BROOKS, I
Practical Horse Shoers.
Fine and Fancy Work a Specialty. ' .
150 EAST FIFTH STREET,
ST. PAUL, MINN.
FOR SALE" -
The Following Eeal Estate in
Lots 1, 4, 5, 6, 13, 42, 44, 46, 48, 49, 53, 56, 58,
59, and all those parts of lots 10, 11, 15, 16,
32, 33, 36, 38, 40, not taken by the St. Paul &
Northern Pacific Railroad company. y
Terms One-third cash and reasonable time
as to balance. .':-/: - v ;_ \-MyMs
Inquire at office of I. V. D. Heard, No. 130
(old No. 92) East Third street. ■
ICE. .';'• :'; .;•
LAKE ICE COMPANY.
J. A. BAILEY, Manager.
-354 Jackson Street, St. Panl,
~ x ;" HOUSES AT X'
Lake ___neto__arand on St. P., M. & ft
R. R. Tracks. >l ?r
. Between Mississippi and L'Orient streets.' ,
/.-,-■ - - - • . • " ■■'...-' ■-• ' -.;. ■
HOUSES AND LOTS on favorable ; terms.
The new inter-urban Park on the Manitoba
Short Line and on the new St. Paul and North
ern Pacific line between the two cities. y 3% ,
miles from Union Depot, Minneapolis; 6%
miles from Union Depot, St. Paul.. Among
the advantages offered by. the Park as a place
of residence are; Quick steam transit to either
city : frequent trains ; comfortable cars;, low l
faros (15 cents round trip on commutation;
tickets); park scenery and graded streets; low
prices and favorable terms. Call at the office
of Chas. H. Pratt. Secretary St. Anthony
Park Co., 384 Nicollet Avenue, Minneapolis; or
Room 47 Gilflllan Block,' St. Paul, (3 p. m.), or j
F. W. PiCKARD, at St. Anthony Park 148-78
,• PICTURE FRAMES.;" ;
ELEGANT PICTURE FRAMES
AT MODERATE PRICES.
Largest variety of designs ' in ; gold and
bronzes to select from in the Northwest. Or
ders • promptly attended to, and executed in
the best possible manner, y Fine . engravings
andoleotypes always on hand. ,yy .'•""; M ■:'
C.T H O MAS. 4-3 West Third Street.
■Hi ■• •■ Manufacturers of . •..■•' -'|P>
li GOLD, BRONZE AND ORNAMENTAL ffi
m PICTURE FRAMES, -. - ■
as Ami Dealers in Steel Engravings and Oil In]
' _H I'aintings.' Gilding <t' Re jdlding a Bpecialty uaa
m No. 11 E. Seventh St.. ST. PAUL, MINN. 'JM
~~ IRON AVOKK. ;:- y -
;'.-,.,•; : ST. Paul y^MM yy
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MANUFACTURERS OF y .., ' ; •;; M^
Architectural. Iron Work.
Founders, Machinists, Blacksmiths and Pat y
tern-makera. y Send ~ for cuts of -columns 7
Works on St. P., •M. M. R. R., near . Como .
avenue. OjKce 118 E. Fourth, street, St. Paul,
C. M. POWER, Seo'y and Treas. - >; .'ij'.v
. .-•■■• • ■'.':■ .y/ ; MACHINERY. ;,M-"M
WASHINGTON STEAM ENGINE WORKS
';*'•■■ ,yy:y- DEPEW & CO., '-">•-* '+'■■■;
Manufacturers of steam Engines- and Boiler J
Mill ■ and : Elevator i Machinery, 1 Engine Trim
mings, Wrought Iron ■ Pipe • and Fittings, Iron
and Brass v work : of all j descriptions. t> Special
attention given Ito '^Repair : Work. .' .l Office and
Works : I Terminus "Lafayette i avenue** street
oars, St. Paul Minn. -■
149 East Third Street.
Wi p THE GREATEST SACRIFICE EVER MADE IN
My ' ''■ '•" ■'■
Precious Stones, .
■ Watches, Clocks,
\m, Jewelry, Silver,
Silver-Plated Ware and
Articles of Virtu.
SOLD AT MANUFACTURERS' LOWEST JOBBING PRICES.
'Go early and secure Grand bargains. Mr. Mansfield is
changing his business, and the goods : Mm
• MUST BE SOLDI
NOTICE— The stock of Watches, both gold and sil
ver, is very large, and especial attention is invited to them.
All grades are included from the finest Geneva Eepeaters
to the least expensive. DON'T FAIL TO SEE TfffeM »! /
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KEEP COOL IN COOL CLOTHING!
Seersucker Coats and Tests, $1.75 for both. Imitation Seersucker
i Coats, 45c each. White Tests, .Serges, Mohairs, Silks, Alpacas,
etc., etc., at cooling prices. All-Wool Blue Flannel Suits, §8. 50.
I Better quality Blue Flannel Suits, $10.
"PRICES TELL, AND EVERYBODY TELLS THE PRICE*
BOYS' SAILOR SUITS, $1.50. CHILDREN'S LINEN SUITS, 25*
ijq v "The Boston's" Prices are the Lowest.
P.K. Ties, 25c a Dozen.
Straw Hats at Wholesale Prices.
• •,,■ ■■ • \:;'yy Hammocks, $1*
BOSTON ONE-PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE,
~-r - '--yy.yyy.-: <■..•-■: ■'.' ".. ■ . -" ■ r t • ■...-. -: .' •■■;■..•.-*■• J
° 1 >'■'• Corner Third and Robert streets, St. Paul.
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.y.-UyiMyi-'.yy.-y- CLOTHING. - I
— . _•■ ■'. — ~~ ~ — . . . — , — » '_ ■ — —^
Of a Superior Quality and at Prices that
PLEASE THE PEOPLE, and
W$M-y-y: --rf 91 East Third Street m
'••;-- '--." GROCERIES. >. _- . '- ' ' ,],
I have opened a New and Complete Line of -
Staple & Fancy Groceries,
At 450 Jackson Street. *
I I make a Specialty of the Finest Groceries, Table Delicacies, Vegetables l ;
Fruits, etc., fat reasonable prices.: Soliciting a portion of your patronage,
-am respectfully, y : y'-^MM.. "••"... y "r .. .■ m" . ■;'■:'
JOHN C. HARDER,
; : yf ■■ y _■.■ . : N0.456 Jackson Street.
" ' "-" ' WHOIiESALE DRUGGISTS. '^ ;r ~
i NOYES BROS. & CUTLER, *
IMPORTERS AND WHOJLESALE DRUGGIST
v . , 68 and 70:5ibley«Stre_t, corner Fifth, St. I&t-^Miiuu 4 : *
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