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ST. PAUL Storage, Forwarding o ' 5 AND JOBBERS IN A FULL LINE OF FIRST-CLASS Farm Machinery, Buggies, Carriages and Sleighs. Storage for All Kinds of Merchandise. OFFICE AND WAREROOMS: 559 to 889 East Third St. ST. PAUL, MINN. "We "will make extraordinary inducements during: the Fair "week in every Department in our retail store, in CARPETS, CURTAINS, PAPER HANG INGS, INTERIOR DECORATIONS, EIDER DOWN QUILTS and all House Fur nishing Goods. AUERBACH, FINCH & VAN SLYCK, 19 West Third Street, ~~~ ~~ ~~ , TO _. .i.jj.l. SH. w Present this card at our Store and get an elegant new song, with the compliments of A. E. WHITNEY, General Agent W. W. KIMBALL CO. HALLET,,DAVIS &CO. AND EMERSON PIANOS, KIMBALL ORGANS, '"'* SMALL INSTRUMENTS, MUSIC AND BOOKS. 97 East Third Street, St. Paul. IqAIIt, IiABmW t oMllll, " 5 Crockery, Glassware, Chandeliers, Lamps, Etc. 350 Sipley Street • - St. Paul Minn. j|; % And All Kinds 6t / j rOR THIS WEEK, W^s*:^^s^t>^>^M We offer some SpecAl Bargains. \ OVERCOATS J | SEAL SACpS 40 inches -*.*.*. 160 00 4® inches '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 225 00 K^Mi^^ :f-: J:'\::^:K 'V? :-;j- • iS -;^ "We are the largest fur house in the West and **?*„< < ' [;?§x "XJ-g carry the best stock. Come in and see us. 99 and 101 Third Street, 248 Nicollet Avenue, ST. PAUL. ] MINNEAPOLIS. THE ST. PAUL DAILY GLOBE, TUESDAY MOKNHTO, SEPTEMBER 8, 1885. —TWELVE PAGES. DENNIS RYAN. HENRY D. RQUIBBB. EOBT. A. BETHTTOB. JOHN W. BELL. RYAN DRUG CO., Importing and Joli Druggists AND DRUGGISTS' SUNDRYMEN. "We extend to our Friends and Patrons a cordial Invi tation to call and see us. 9E3E 225, 227,229 East Third Street, ST. PAUL. Brand Stove to! [limited.] MANUFACTURERS OF THE FAMOUS AND BRILLIANT COOK l HEATING . j ..■ 337 to 341 E. Third St., ST. PAUL, MINN. J. M. GOLDSMITH, Manager. Every Stove we sell we Hake Ourselves and Warrant. OFFICIAL DAILY PROGRAM. Minnesota State Fair TUESDAY, SEPT. 8. MORNING. GAME OF LACROSSE, BY - CHIPPEWA INDIANS. ./ AFTERNOON. CLASS 2:2s—Pnrse 81,000; Mile heats, 3 in s—Mallacca, br. m., pedigree unknown, entered by Greo. W. Farrier, Minneapolis, F. Barnes, driver; Gen. Han cock, b. g., sired by Lightning, entered by E. A. Parker, Minneapolis, E. A. Par ker, driver, color black; Prince Arthur, b. g., sired by Western Fearnaught, entered by Ed. Long:,Hamline, A. J.Woodmansee, driver, color dark green; Mary Sprague, br. m., sired by Gov- Spragfue, entered by E, E. Rood, Hamline, E. E, Rood, driver, color grey; Boston Davis; blk. g., entered by 11. L. Spencer, Stillwater, H. L. Spencer, driver, color brown. . ■.:■.". ■'■ CLASS MINNESOTA BREEDERS STAKES, for 4 year olds—Purse Sl5O, Mile heats, 3 in s—Laßelle N-, br. m., sired by Reform, dam Gary, entered by R. R. Dunnington, Minneapolis, Fred Miller, driver, CLASS MINNESOTA BREEDERS STAKES FOR PACERS BRED AND RAISED IN STATE—Purse $100, entry added, Mile heats, 3 in s—Lady May, s. m., sired by Skinkle, dam unknown, entered by H. R. Gardner, St. Paul. CLASS TWO, MILE DASH RUNNING RACE— $250—Alemeda, s. m., sired by Springbock, dam Alene, entered by L. A. Legg", Minneapolis. Charles Disneau, driver, color black; Oliie Becker, b. m., sired by Rapture, dam Blan detta, entered by D. Woodmansee, Midway, Minn. i^^We Do Not Exhibit at the State Fair, /[ Jit '^^P^kk- -H* 1' ■'■ "V -% |gßw but we have the finest and largest i^X^^^^M^J^^- BBtn,. exhibit of all kinds and qualities of MM^^^^s^-^LM^^ s^^^^\^- a* our Repository ever shown in the ,, The trade will remember that we have always advertised to be the most extensive dealers in Vehicles in the Northwest. We repeat the assertion, and would add that we BUY and SELL annually and carry in stock constantly more than double the number of Carriages, Buggies, Phaetons. Spring Wagons, Delivery Wagons, Carts, Harness, etc., etc., than any house in Minnesota. Call on us and be convinced. We can and will undersell any of our com petitors. Our travelers, Messrs. L. B. Clark, N. J. Walsh, F. M. Penney and Chas. A. Quigley will all be in attendance, ready to assist in making your visit pleasant. Desk room, to write letters, will be at your disposal. Leave your baggage with us. Have your mail and telegrams addressed to our care, and make our office your headquarters. All dealers and customers and their friends will be welcome, whether they want to buy any goods or not. Don't fail to honor us wilh a call while attending the State Fair. State Fair Badges free to the trade at our office Very respect fa"y ' J. H, MAHLER COMPANY. J. M. ROSSELL & CO., (Successors to AUERBACH, FINCH & VAN SLYCK,) Tent, Awning and Bag Manufacturers, Canvas Covers of every description. 190 EAST FIFTH STREET, ST. PAUL, MINN. | 127 East Third Street, Manufacturers, Jobbers and Retailers. Tlie Leading Booksellers and Stationers of the Northwest. Large importation of Photograph Albums and Christmas Cards just received. Northwestern Agents for Raphael Tuck & Son's Christmas Cards. Standard and Miscellaneous Books. WE SELL AS LOW AS ANY HOUSE IN THE WEST. GOODYEIiTEUBBEE COMPANY,} james suydam 131 East Third Street, St. Paul. J sole agent. [TEMPERANCE HQTLIH I 108 EAST THIRD STREET. FALLTRADESTARTERSI: Gentlemen's Suits TO ORDER. From Fifty assorted patterns of newdst Fall Snitinps in Checks, Plaids, Mixtures, and Plain Goods, all of tho most durable quality and fast colors, at $25. $25. And from a selection of One Hundred special stylos, equal in dura bility, colorings, and designs to tho highest-priced novelties in the market. We have tho FACILITIES to make Gentlemen's Fine Suits TO ORDER. In the most skillful manner, richly trimmed, and warranted to give the most perfect satist'uetion in every way, at INSPECTION INVITED. Open Evenings, Fair Week, till 10 p. m. ELECTRIC LIGHTS. 7 r 67 EAST THIED STEEET, ST. PAUL, - MINN. Gentlemen visiting the city desirous of leaving their measure for future orders, will find it to their interest to leave it with this Relia ble House. l&~ Samples and rules for Self-Measurement sent by mail. AND EUROPEAN RESTAURANT, Popular Prices. 55 Rooms. 50c a Night. Open at All Hours, Day and Right. l\ Squares from Union Depot. Bd i^^ 55^3 IB *** km mm i^ |^ auflUHlMlfl j al g m THE LATEST! THE BEST Hand Fire Extinguisher. BARVEY STORCK & GO., 65 East Third Street, St. Paul. NORTHWESTERN AGENTS. Tests Given Twice Daily, ON THE FAIR GROUNDS. REPRESENT THE FOLLOWING LINES OF HOTEL! FIRST-CLASS BOOBS. FAIAIS'STIIi SCALES, OVER 500 MODIFICATIONS. ECLIPSE WIND MILLS, THE BEST MILL MADE. Farm Pumping Mills, - Farm-Geared Mills, Railroad Mills, TANKS, PUMPS, PIPE AND FITTINGS. Westinghonse Automatic Engines, .£■•;■. Smith-Yaile Steam Pumps, w Hancock Inspirators. Grocers' Fixtures, Coffee Mills, Warehouse Trucks and Wagons, Money Drawers, Etc. ST. PAUL, MINN. THE MOST COMFORTABLE AND DURABLE Shoe in the World for both Ladies and Gentlemen is LQVERING'S Ladies' Hand-Sewed Goat .. FoxedWaukenphsast. - $4.50 0&m&; ■§-S-figillk Ladies' Hand-Sewed all Kid t Ladies' Hand-Sewed Goat FoxedWaukenphsast. - $4.50 Ladies' Hand-Sewed all Kid Waukenphast - - - 5.00 Ladies Hand - Sewed Kan garoo Waukenphast - - 6.00 Gents' Calf Hand-Sewed Waukenphast - - 5.00 W^^^^^^^^^^M Gents' Calf Sewed Wauken phast - - - 3.50 f^^^K T^llll Gents' French Colt Skin our wKSJPI ;S<S^=l own cllstom make (war -I#|\ -WS^jkgJ A Ladies' Standard Hand-Sewed ■^p\^^^^^&^^ French Kid $6 Shoe for $4. The hkV-;'- WSSffßi biggest Bargains we ever offered <Eifißl Greatest Shoe on Earth Ifcf - m 111 A Calf Sowed shoo in all styles for ]tf==f- . - - -^ypll 83.50. equal to any $5 shoe ever sold i^^J^^^^-^^^a in this city for style and durability. J^^^^^^^3 Special Inducements to out of Town Trade ETjyi wKmrm You can't afford to go home without gp-V; ''^3$ calling on us. Let others say what &4^^^*js^Si^^^ they may we are acknowledged by ono t^.--.^:: |^^^^C 3 and all to sell the best goods at the- H^^HNnf Lowest Possible Trice. LoYerings' ONE Shoe House, Loveniigs price ofloe tioubo, Opposite P. 0. Open Evenings, 7