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THE LOVER'S SWEET MUSIC
Sweet are the carols of feathered throats s
When the day has opened its eye;
Sweet, 0 sweet are the tremulous notes
Of the young mother's lullaby.
Sweet to tho lover when night comes down,
As he stands in the shadows dim,
In the rustling faint of his lady's gown
" 'As she comes down the lane to him.
But a sweeter music to him than this—
Oh the sweetest under the sun— -
Is the low faint tones of the maiden s /yes. ,
Which tells that her heart is won. ;,v;?£&/
rwo streamlets, I know, whose head-waters
clear *'• \ i
Intermingle their murmuring song; .. y
But one seeks the north, and the other flows
By a roundabout course and a long.
And the streams which at first blended every
Flowing ever unto the deep sea,
Leave constantly wider the distance between
—As between you, love, aud mo.
Two hearts I once knew who dwelt side by
And whose thoughts intertwined with each
But differing aims led by separate paths.
And each finds their joy in another, .•
Aud the two which at first close together were
Drift apart on Ih<? world's changing sea, y
And the distance grows wider as years roll by
—As between you, love, aud me.
—Helen M. Wilson.
SHE WAS PIIETTY. ✓ 7
_ London Flirtation— -Druffffed and
Kobbed—Tlie Final Capture.
It was Norton's birthday. Most of you
know dear old Norton, who's in America
Just now. worse luck. His birthday falls
on the sth of June, and we arranged to dine
together at the restaurant from which we
nave just come. It was a blazing day, and
the night just as hot as they make 'em. I
was a medical student then and awfully
hard at work, and right glad I was when it
:aiiie time to meet Norton and have dinner.
Eon know how nice the Windsor looks m
the summer time with its fountains and its
Sowers. Well, I met Norton at 7. The
place was awfully crowded and we had to
share our bower "of delight with two other
persons. However, we didn't much mind,
For the man looked a gentleman and the
woman was pretty. Indeed she was almost
beautiful. She was rather tall, with a
beautifully defined figure; the face was
pale, but not unhealthily so; she had gray,
quiet eyes, In which to look was really a
rest. I don't remember at this time how
we got into conversation, but we did, and
a very pleasant conversation it was. We
knew and admired the same authors, we
had been to the same places. They were
good enough to take wine with us quite in
the old-fashioned way. My lady had. on
an evening dress, which, while it revealed
about the best arms and shoulders it has
been my good luck to see, was hardly the
costume in which to dine at a restaurant,
and that troubled me rather, because she
seemed to know what was proper. Norton
and I were young then. There was no mad
thing of which we were not capable hi those
days, and now he is in America and I have
the gout in my left hand, let you fellows
laugh as you will.
Well,' it ended in our acquaintances ask
ing us if we would waive ceremony and go
round and take tea at their rooms. Their
rooms happened to be close by the Windsor.
I didn't care much about going, but I saw
that Norton, who had taken, perhaps, one
more glass of champagne than was abso
lutely advisable, was rather hit of course
by mere way of flirtation. So I caved in,
and not with very much reluctance, either.
I remember how warm we felt as we came
out of the Windsor. Our dinner acquaint
ance had given me his card, on which was
engraved J. C. Brankstone. The address,
15 Great Russell street, had been added in
pencil. I walked with Brankstone, who
kept me well entertained, while Norton
walked wife the lady, who was doubtless
Brankstorie's wife. Dear old Norton! you
remember how very gracious he becomes
under certain circumstances. I found
Brankstone a very intelligent person. He
bad a low and very pleasant voice. We
walked together, Norton and Mrs. Brank
stone going in front. 1 suppose the
unusual situation in which I found myself
imparted something of magic to that night,
but London seemed to me a city of enchant
ment, quite different to the work-a-day old
place I knew so well! There was a sense
of adventure in the air. Arrived at home,
we found ourselves in a modest but pleas
antly furnished apartment The room was
pervaded by a perfume at once delicate and
potent, which suggested iirs. Brankstone,
though one could hardly tell why.
"Bo you like music?" she asked, throw
ing her hat and gloves aside.
We both responded in the affirmative.
'•Then I will play to you," she said, and
.drifted into one of the most dreamy of
Chopin's nocturnes, one of .those pieces so
suggestive of water under moonlight.
Brankstone explained to. me that as they
were at present wandering about lie had
warehoused his books, but he had with him
two or three interesting volumes, which he
produced for my inspection, lt being
; thought too late to trouble the people -of
the house for tea, spirits were produced,
Norton and I gladly splitting a brandy and
'Tmglad you like it," said our host.
"For my own part, I'd as soon drink
poison,"' and he tilled his glass with wine.
Mrs. Brankstone accorded us permission to
smoke, and things seemed to grow more
dreamlike every moment. The street of
Great Russell is a quiet one, in which small
sounds assert themselves, and that night
hail for me a strange significance. Thus
the late knock of the postman seemed a
thing of mystery, and the mutterings of
two men leaning against a lamp-post sug
gested conspirators and heaven knows
"Don't be foolish," I heard Mrs. Brank
stone say. She and Norton were sitting
together on a sofa. "Of course you will
see me again: that is, if you wish to". 'M
When she added, turning to Brankstone,
'••but all men are faithless, are they not,
"1 hope you don't speak from experi
ence, my dear child." he answered, coming
to where she was sitting and passing his
hand over her hair. "Now sing us some
thing." She rose and began to sing
"Break, Break," by Tennyson.
••You sing it divinely," heard Norton
say. . I was distressed to hear in his tones
the effect of alcohol. "I think I'll sit
down," he said, stupidly, and collapsed on
the sofa. 1 began to wonder if 1 myself
might not have taken too much wine at
dinner. I felt a kind of stupefaction steal
ing over me. It then occurred to me that
if we stopped there any longer we should
be making fools of ourselves, and, jumping
up, 1 staggered across the room to where
Norton was half reclining on the sofa, with
his eyes closed and breathing heavily. '
"We will go now," 1 said, having to
choose my words painfully: "We seem to
have taken too much wine. Wake up, old
man," trying to raise Norton.
"Oh, let him have his sleep out. "l heard
Mrs. Brankstone say; "and you will be all
the better for a nap. We- don't mind.
There. I will sing you something." "No,"
I said, "we will go." Then I was aware
of warm arms clinging about my neck and
. a subtle perfume all around me. : The next
moment 1 had dropped into a chair. Then,
by a lightning flash, I saw danger. I knew
that we were drugged, and suspected with
what drug. ; It was one with which I had
experimented a great deal.- Hence the
reason it had not overcome me "as it had
Norton. In a few minutes I feigned sleep
as deep as his, while I fought to save my
self from the abyss of sleep into which I
felt myself sinking with dreadful rapidity.
But I braced every nerve and held on. It
: seemed as if nothing would ever happen.
At length I felt a fragrant hand pass over
my face and heard the woman's voice say:
"It's all right now, Charley. He's done
or > now till morning." Then I felt a
rather valuable ring being removed from
my finger, '-after,: : . which \ I was relieved of
my watch and purse, the woman humming
all the while the air of "Break, Break."
"Are we ready?" said the man.
. "Yes," answered the woman, "don't for
get to bring the brandy this time. You got
us nearly* found out in Paris by leaving it
7 behind. Respectable people, as a rule, are
: not:. iu the habit of drinking, drugged
7' spirits." . "'. 77 y y y
. The sense of • being at last able . to act
: seemed to reanimate me. With a cry I
. sprang up, rushed to the door, locked it,
flung" the key out of- the window, through
which I shouted for I the police. The man
and woman sprang on me and : there > was a
desperate struggle, but in 7 the '• midst of it
steps hurried up-stairs, the door was forced
open, and our friends were iv the hands of
the police. 71 at once identified our property
found in their • possession, and the drugged
brandy confirmed my tale beyond a doubt.
For many years, in Europe i and < America,
the pair had followed this original way of
making a livelihood. M I :am glad to say
they got a good time of hard labor for it.
Norton came to in time, and he maintains,
so like the dear old Norton, that whatever
may have been the . weakness of Mrs.
Brankstone, she was an unusually pretty
CUBE FOB I»II.ES'
.The first symptom of piles is an Intense
Itching at night after getting warm. This
unpleasant sensation is immediately, re-,
lieved by an application of Dr." Bosanko's
Tile Remedy. Riles in all forms, Itch, Salt
Rheum and Ringworm can be permanently
cured by the use of this great remedy. Price
50 cents. Manufactured by Dr. Bosanko
Medicine company, Piqua, 0. Sold by A.
P. Wilkes,- Seven corners; F. A. Ileinert,
'374 Dayton avenue; John Boyden, 838 East
Seventh street, and P. C. Lutz, Waba sh
street, opposite postoffice^ Myy ;
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It might be noted that : Dakota is not in
the cyclone range as recently outlined by tho
signal service. ■ -
• ".y . Just us Good. '
Many unscrupulous dealers may tell you
they have remedies for coughs and colds,
equal in merit aud in every respect just as
good as the old reliable Dr. Bosanko's
Cough and Rung Syrup, and unless you in
sist upon this remedy and will take no
other, you are liable to be greatly deceived. .
Price 50 cents and SI. Sold by A. P.
Wilkes, Seven Corners, F. A. Heinert, 374
Dayton avenue, John Boyden, 323 East
Seventh street, and P. C. Lutz, Wabasha
street, opposite postoffice.
The Old Base Ball Grounds
At auction this afternoon at 3 o'clock. All of
block 3, Stinson, Brown & Ramsey's addition,
will be sold at public sale.
' money to Loan.
.. Money loaned in sums of $10 and. 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 tor ladies. R. Demiug & Co., cor
ner.Jackson and Fifth streets, over St. Paul
National bank. . 777777
•T^-S '"'*"' Grand Concert :■■
At/the Rifle Park . every Sunday afternoon
(weather, permitting). Refreshments of all
kinks. A. Hclzhcimer. 7*777
. N. -Take East Third street, whioh is
graded up to the gates of the Park.
A Car of Fine Carriages.
Phietons, cabriolets and surreys have just
been received by the St. Paul Wagon & Car
riage company and will be offered at low fig
ures. 'M . . .
48 Lots at Auction.
Block 3 of Stinson, Brown &Ramsey's addi
tion will be sold at public sale.
Tlie Goodyear Rubber Co.,
who have opened a store at - 1 31 East Third
street, James Siiydam, agent, are well known
all over the world; their factories and stores
are in all the principal cities. ■ All goods sold
are in St. Paul at same prices as in York.
. 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
cago, 111. ' 7-\
£Get You a Home.
Kavanagh will sell 48 lots in Stinson, Brown
& • Ramsey's addition this afternoon at 3
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
fidential. Mackey's loan agency, room 7, First
National bank building, corner Jackson and
Fourth streets, St. Paul, or room 7, Mackey-
Legg block, Minneapolis.
At 3 o'clock p. m., 48 lots, the old base ball
grounds will be sold at auction.
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
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CONNOLLY— West St. Paul, June 21, sud
denly of paralysis, Thomas J. Connolly,
aged 47 years. SEPi!
Funeral from Clinton Avenue M. E. Church,
Thursday, 25th inst., at 2 p. in. Friends of
the family are invited. .
SHEEHAN— Friday, June 19, at 3 a. m:, at
her residence, 202 Exchange street, Mrs.
Johanna Shechan, aged 55 years.
Funeral Monday at 9a. m. Services at the .
cathedral. Friends invited to attend.
This powder never varies. A marvel of pu
rity, strength and wholesouieness. 7 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. Royal Baking
Powder Co., 196 Wall street, New York.
THE BERLITZ SCHOOL OF LANGUAGES!
521 Hennepin avenue. •' ' Cor. Wabasha & 3d.
Free trial lessons. Apply for circulars.
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" '■ : ".•? PAINTS^ y
AVEBIL PAINT COMPANY'S
S-Tl'&H •— *• *"■'•' •.. »• .- ■.*• ';•••»','■'"'&. 'X-^7.
Thirty-five most beautiful Tints; also, "White
for inside and outside use, suitable for paint
ing houses, \ fences, \ barns, bridges, roofs,
walls, ceilings, -'etc. 7 Beautiful' Gloss. Best
Paint in the market. Every gallon warranted
not to crack or peel off. J. P. ALLEN, Drug
gist, and dealer in Paints, Oils, Glue, Window
Glass, Putty, Whiting, Brushes, etc. » Sole
Agent for St. Paul, Minn. " .-.-.
<M "' - - ' Manufacturers of - \ -"'••■ $9 '
m gold; bronze and ORNAMENTAL *
t3 : PICTURE FRAMES,' M
Eg And Dealers in Steel Engravings and Oil m
MS Paintings. Gilding & Rcgilding a specialty ' I
[m No. / 11 E. Seventh St., ST. PAUL, MINN. m
THE ST. PAUL DAILY GLOBE. MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 22. 1885.
Grand Opera House.
TWO NIGHTS ONLY.
To-night and To-morrow night. Summer en
gagement. ;. En route to San ' Francisco. Sec
*M''£ZM.fyM-.onA annual visit of, the
Wallack Theatre Co.,
under tho personal management of ,
MR. CHARLES FROHMAN,
Formerly manager of tho Madison 'Square
M.lMy . Theater attractions,' . M
In the Latest and Greatest Wallack Success,
• Side of Seats' now open.;': Prices- $1.00, 7Go,
50c and 25c. ;, ■;.'M"M'.'yMy.- ! ■_''■•
GRAND OPERA HOUSE.?'
y. L. N. SCOTT,' Manager.
THREE NIGHTS ONLY U : :
Commencing Thursday, , June !25t_.
J. H. HAVERLY'S
United American European Minstrels.
Under tho personal supervision of J. H.
H AVERLY. Tho largest and best Min
strel Company in tho world, including
• the marvelous
• CRAGG FAMILY.
Saturday MATINEE, AT 2 P.M.
Regular prices will prevail. •' Sale of seats
Will run to the "
RED ROCK CAMP MEETING
TO-DAY, leaving foot of Sibley street, at 10
a. m. and 1, 2:30, 4 and 5:30 p. m.
QUINBY & ABBOTT,
_ (Successors to Stees Bros.)
Cor. Third & Minnesota Streets.
Telephone and night Bell answered at all
hours. Prices moderate. 81
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COAL. AND WOOD.
COAL AND WOOD.
GRIGGS & FOSTER.
Offer the best grades of Anthracite and
Uitu urinous 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. j -■ - ?■<- •;■ w .
A share of your patronage is solicited. 01 ',
41 EAST THIRD ST.
CORNER OF CEDAR.
KOCH & BROOKS,
Practical Horse Shoers.
Fine and Fancy Work a Specialty.
150 EAST FIFTH STREET,
ST. PAUL, MINN.
The Following Real Estate in
Lots 1, 4, 5, 6, 13, 42, 44, 46, 43, 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.
One-third cash and reasonable time
as to balance.
Inquire at office of 1. V. D. Heard, No. 130
(old No. 92) East Third street.
LAKE ICE mm.
J. A. BAILEY, Manager.
"38*1 Jackson Street, St. Paul.
. Lake Minnetonka, and on St. P., H. & 11
R. R. Tracks. '||S?|f
Between Mississippi and L'Orient streets. \
ST. ANTHOM PARK!
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. 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
fares (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., 324 Nicollet Avenue, Minneapolis; or
Room 47 Gilflllan Block, St. Paul, (3 p. m.), or
F. W. PiCKABD, at St. Anthony Park 148-78
PICTURE FRAMES. y
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
tho best possible manner. Fine engravings
and oleotypes always on hand.
C.T HOMAS. 43 West Third Street.
'MMM: : y. IRON WORK. '
~~ ST. PAUL ~""
Architectural Iron Work; "
Founders, Machinists, Blacksmiths and Pat
tern-makers. Send for , cuts of columns
Works on St. P., .M. & M. R. R., near. Como
avenue. Office 118 E. Fourth street, St. Paul,
C. M. POWER, Secy and Treas. 7. . *
WASHINGTON STEAM EKGffiE WORKS
DEPEW & CO.,
Manufacturers of steam Engines and Boilers
Mill and Elevator Machinery, Engine • Trim
mings, Wrought Iron Pipe and Fittings, lion
and Brass work of all descriptions. Special
attention given ", to; Repair Work.: .-i Office and
■ Works : ,-'. Terminus Laf ay otto V avenue i street
cars, St. Paul Minn- '. - '*:
' • : ST. FAUX I BTKMM'XSS • OAZIDS.
GLENN & OILMAN,
,y. ..•. ; .'.:..."7. ; "." IMPORTERS ■'?•■
Artistic Mery, Fine CUnt,
. ' CBOCKBBT, GLASSWARE,
Lumps, OH < hnndelNjrß,
Plated Ware, Etc., Etc.
NO. 21 E. THIRD STREET.
77 : SPRING WAGONS,
t . j.rr ß_fi WAGONS, HARNESS
• ; St. Paul Wagon & Carriage Co.,
* \ yy'' Corner Sixth and Minnesota Sts.
CAMPBELL, WALSH & JILSQS,
7 ENGINES, BOILERS,
Machinery Mill Supplies,
• mmM eSS and »37 'f, '.'■.
'. EAST FOURTH STREET.
GRANT & MULLEN. '.■'..
r General Commission Merchants
j '7-«* * AND WIIOLKH AI.K IN
GRAIN, FLOUR, FEED, FRUIT,
BUTTER, EGGS, KT'i
NO. 372 ROBERT STREET.
GOODYEAR RUBBER CO.
JAMES SUYDAM, Agent
131 EAST THIRD STREET.
\ yM\* Best Quality Jlubber Goods.
.. * ' - -
lAK_, GRIGGS _ HOI.S,
AND IMPORTERS, •
242 to 248 East Third St.
• Corner Waoquta.
EstaMished 1860. ' Incorporated 183$.
Stroni-Hacbtt Harflware Co.,
*" JOBBERS OF
TINNERS' STOCK & TOOLS,
GUNS, SPORTING GOODS, ETC.
213, 215,217,219 E. 4th St.
BRISTOL & McAETHDE,
. ..-.; .... -WHOLESALE - v -"
Printers, Lithographers _ Blank
181 & 183 E. FOURTH ST.
WARD. BILL & McCLELLM,
7 407 Sibley Street,
PAPER AND STATIONERY,
Toys and Fancy Goods.
Whoieoie-Pefiitcr in Foreign «a* Domestic
Teas, Coffees, Jellies, Etc., *
.'. 4-03,*4*aok3oh" Street.
Sole Agent for.lUot«Bno_ & Co's Acme
and ether Soaps.
E. F. OSBORNE,
MS .■:'-■ '.
Corner Fifth and Rosabel 'Street*,
STEAM HEATHS EKfiMEB
' "7 ' Arvd Contractor. ' ;
'Fifth and Waconta' Streets, .
aims, Carriages, Harness,
H. P. RUGG & CO.,
318 Sibley stireet, one blook above
1.7.\ : . " Union Depot. . .
Pnmps and;P»^ Supplies,
« 48 aid 50 East Third St.,
.- 7 . Importers and DealerB*in
Cfoc_ery,'Cite "i ''ttiraraii,
';;: • Etc., Etc.
Fairbanks, Morse & Co.,
871 and 378 Bibley.>Stroet.
FAIRBAMS SCALES a_.
NOYES BROS. & CUTLER,
• IMPOBTBES.A JID
68 and 70 Sibley street, corner Fifth,
7C7 M.-:X St, Paul, Minn.
Samuel Schwab & Bro.,
Ladies' and Gents'. Furnish
; * 7. ing Goods.
409 and 411 Sibley st , St. Paul, Minn.
ARTHUR, WARREN & ABBOTT,
• White Goods,
190 and 192 East Third Street.
7 Crockery, Glassware, Etc., Etc <
1 } 7 No. 350 Sibley Street.
LANPHEB, FISCH & SK3MER,
Wholesale Hats, Caps
77 : and Furs,
186 and 186 East Fourth Street;
Fur Posts aad Robes a Specialty
The Leading Pry Goods House ii
/ ,: the Northwest.
AufirteiA, Finch & Van Slyck
Wholesale Bry Goods and Notions
: Comer Fourth and Sibley Sts.
7 19 and 21 West Third Street.
Bold drnc **ores aad fir&i-class it»
pie rooms. " A '- i -'i . '., ■ '
"Antl-Tox ; relieves the system a
•■. over-indulgence in drink • -...
Antt-ToX ; ***** - ■» bedtime pre
< - ▼eats headache in the morning. : .
Anti-ToX i» th« beat appoti»i
. known, '<■ purely T.agetabla, : healthy,
invigorating- i Ask fatt.^ - ;
; - Agencies * for i towns ■ In* Minnesota,
i Wiaoonsin and lowa can he had of |N.
B. ; noloaon," wholtsale and
Honors, 232 and 234 Bast Fourth St.
TUISTVRB 7 AND STATIONEKS.
BRISTOL & ffIcAR T
Blank Boo_ Mainfacterc,
■. y .... , ...:\ :■ • '■•t, , ,C:'' '■.%%'
HAVING"* M^C-'y. •
:'..'*.'. i.. *_ ,....' y--: j y ~x-' y ■■• v - ."•■-' -. y.
From their old location, 05 East Third street, to
Hps; 1 81 & 183 E. Fourth St,
Cordially invite their friends and tho public
generally to call on them in their new quar
ters. y ■ '-'./■■'..
Orders are respectfully solicited from county
officers, railroad companies, banks and busi
ness houses. / V '77;
For Business Chances,
Farms and Land in Exchange for City Prop
erty, To Rent or Purchase Houses and
Lots on Easy Terms, call at
H. Hall's Real Estate Agency,
ISO East Third Street, St. Paul.
(Successor to D. A. Robertson _ Co., tho old
■ - est Real Estate Agency in Minnesota.)
Real Estate -financial
Room 6 McQuillan Block,
Corner Third and Wabasha." ,7*V
MM: 7. ■; x COTTFECTIONEBT.
MAHAN & CDMBEY
i-* t-_ _*"\ H:i hh ¥ • : &
'.•;.'..; • ' • .Hi. °^ansy, AS. |jj
7^-—— "=-'••»—'-■■■-"' y* 1
108 ' "^ ' 'M^y'..'\'i
7 CANNON CRACKERS,
MUSLIN FLAGS, ETC., ETC.
Largest and Best Line of Goods.
At Panic Prices-
J. J. WATSON. GEO. H. WATSON.
J, J. WATSON & BRO.
115 East Fourth St.,
German-American Bank Building
MONEY TO LOAN on Improve?
St. Paul Real Estate security, t
large or small sums, at currest
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-,*■ MUSIC. ■ '• !?vv 7
- DO NOT BUT An X •' '.'i
PIANO OR ORGAN
Until you hare seen the Sohmer ■ and other
pianos or the Smith American Sterling New; i
England and other Organs including: pianos-or
gans which I now have in store. I have the solo
agency for the celebrated new patent Senary
Guitars, the Schall Banjos, and in a general
run of small instruments and 7 sheet music
offer a me of goods surpassed nowhere, . and
at the very lowest possible . prices, upon the
easiest terms. Call and see, or . write to, re*
MRS. M. C. THAYER,
418 Wabasha street, St. Panl, Minn.
. • . . STONE.
THE MINNESOTA STONE CO,
' Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Hortli ßiyer and Pennsylyania ßlue Stone,
, ALSO, y
SAWED OHIO FLAGGING.
Sidewalk Flagging a Specialty.
WM.F. VAN V OBIS, Gen. Agent A Manager.
— Room 26 Wood's Block, Minneapolis.
" No. 354 Jackson street, St. Paul.
. . 263*
EMPIRE LEDGE. 7
W. B. CRAIG & CO.,
We are prepared' to handle the largest
.i amount of stone in the shortest time of any .
firm in the West, and have : every facility for
' Ailing orders promptly,' and are prepared to
take all kinds of work in this line.
MANKATO. 7 - 7- V- MINIM
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ST. PAUL HEALTH INSTITUTE
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The 'Turkish, Russian, and Sulphur
■: Bath, the well-known Message, or
■■ Muscular Treatment, .and -ylyt
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7 H. WINKLER. '-- -
.' This treatment *is < recommended by all the
physicians ', for • Nervous Debility, Weakness '
and Female ; Complaint. . Having had fifteen .
years' experience, 3 satisfaction guaranteed.
•'■ For gentlomen, every day; ladies, every ,
Friday ; or order* can be left at the offlce. (J iM
' 7 THE ST. PAUL : HEALTH INSTITUTE,
Corner Fourth and Cedar streets, p
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KEEP COOL; IN COOL CLOTHING!
Seersucker Coats and Vests, $1.75 for both. Imitation Seersucker
Coats, 45c each. White Vests, 75c. Serges, Mohairs, Silks, Alpacas,
etc., etc., at cooling prices. All-Wool Blue Flannel Suits, $8.50.
Better quality Blue Flannel Suits, $10.
"PRICES TELL, ' AND EVERYBODY TELLS THE PRICE."
BOYS' SAILOR SUITS, $1.50. ' CHILDREN'S LINEN SUITS, 25c
"The Boston's" Prices are the Lowest.
P. K. Ties, 25c a Dozen.
y Straw Hats at Wholesale Prices.
s Hammocks, $1.
BOSTON ONE-PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE,
' Corner Third and Robert streets, St. Paul.
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GOODYEAR RUBBER CO.
JAMES SUYDAM, AGENT,
Goodyear Oil Clothing and Horse Covers,
: ;' Leather Belting and Lacing,
7;/' rxx'';l':. Table and Carriage Oil Cloths*
131 East Third Street, St. Paul,
The Only Store in St. Paul connected with Goodyear Rubber Co.
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PLEASE THE PEOPLE, and
91 East Third Street,
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I have opened a New and Complete Line of
Staple & Fancy Groceries,
At 450 Jackson Street.
7 1 make a Specialty of the Finest Groceries, Table Delicacies, Vegetables,
Fruits, etc., at reasonable prices. Soliciting: a portion of your patronage,
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JOHN G. HARDER,
•;; . No. 450 Jackson Street.
HOUSE FURNISHING- GOODS.
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" STANDARD SCALES.
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Fairbanks' Standard Scales!
Eclipse WM Mills, Tanks anl Pup, SfflitH^Vallß Steam Pumps and Boiler^
Hancock Inspirators, Lubricators, Etc.
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DUNCAN & BARRY,
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30 East Third Street.
HARDWOOD LUMBER, CABINET work, etc..
CORLIES,CHAPMAN & DRAKE, IN coRPORAT rx
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
OAK, ASH, BIRCH, WALNUT AND CHERRY.
WIRE SCREEN DOORS, ETC., CABINETWORK A SPECIALTY.
Eagle Street and Seven . Corners, AND at Cor. Eighth and Jackson Streets*
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'..•..",; , . TAILORING.
; FERGUS FAHEY, '
M, 53 East Third Street.
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NOYES BROS. & CUTLER, '
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS
I 68 and 70 Sibley Street, corner Fifths St. EaoL Minn,
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WOLTERSTORFF & MORITZ,
208, 210 and 212 East Seventh Street,
Best Goods and Best Prices,
Largest and Most Complete Line of
WARM AIR FURNACES
Ever shown in the Northwest.
Finest Assortment of Refrigerators it
. . the City.
Water Coolers, Water Filters, .
I Ice Cream Freezers, Oil Stoves, <
Children's Carriages, Bird Cages.
And in fact almost everything to be found if
first-class House Furnishing Goods Store.
We have the finest store in the city
and take pleasure in showing
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