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OFFICERS ELECTED. The St. Paul Boat Olub Meet* and Elects Officers for the Ensuing Year. Their Boat House Nearly Completed, and Good Prospects for a Hard Sea son's Work. Dunbar Still Covers Hla Name, but Says it is Neither Flagg Nor Farley. BOAT CLUB MEETING. Die St. I'nul Boat Club Elects Of ficer* for'Sttaiid'7. The St Paul Boat club met ill the ladies' ordinary at the Kyan last ni.uht. The fol lowing oflicers were elected for the ensuing /ear: President W. E. Bramhull; first vice presl- Ililit lv 111 OlOiiUKl Ht the next niei'tinjr; sei <nd vice president. J. W. sirens; treasurer, k. M. I'caliody: secretary, Dr. C. B. Be au. Hounl ol director*: W. E. Bramhall, A. M. Peabody, Dr. C. E. Bean. M. D. Muuu, C. M. Cromaa, lirrmiui Seln u« -r. The proposed regatta between the Minne sota .St. PlMl ami Ifumlpec boat clubs, maa dlaemwd end • wwlttße of Ive ap pointed together with a ooeußittes *v pointed t>> the Minnesota dab, le ooofcc with General rsswugnf Agent Warren of the Manitoba road with the view of fixing on a date for the regatta, The committee was composed of the foUowfag gentlemen: Messrs. Sterns. Truuiau. Chamberlain. Munn and Seheffer. In the regatta the contesting clubs will strive lor a silver pitcher, presented by the Manitoba rail road company. The St. Paul boat club is now a Member of the Mississippi Kiver \ al ley Association and the Minnesota amateur Bowing association. The club now pos sessess" three four-oared shells and three single sculls, one eight-oared barge and one four-owed rtC Their new house ou the island will be completed on April U>. and the next meeting of the club will prob ably be held there on that date. The stairs leading to the house from the Wabasha bridge have been completed. itiYSTEK-v unß.urs ghost. A I*ly»teriou!* !»lan Who i» Supposed to be Dunbar'i Backer. "Dunbar vs. Dufur. Champion of the "World,"' was the way the placards read at the entrance Ol the Exposition rink yester day, and the announcement was made in heavy and attractive characters. It re- x ferredtotbe wrestling match lixed for to night. It is probable that the match wil draw a Ug audience, and it is understood that several prominent men have staked leveral Hundred dollars on l)ufur"s winning. Mister-y Dunbar still refuses to give up anything that will lead to his identity, but be has gone so far as to swear that his name is neither Flagg nor Farley, which has a tendency to make the curious more at sea than ever. Yesterday he accepted an invi tation from Chief Black to drive over the city, and take a look at the fire department. At'tlie Merchants, where he is stopping, it is noticed that he is shadowed by a tall, slim young man, who wears a light mus tache and a shiney hat. He has the air of a sport, and it is conjectured that he is the man who is putting up the money for Dun bar. They are often seen in conversation, and Dunbar's supply of funds seem to be inexhaustible. Nobody seems to know who the man is. He comes and goes much after the fashion of a ghost. BETWEEN CHAMPIONS. Prince and Woodside to Race To- Morrow Evening;. The champion bicyclist of America. John S. Prince, arrived in Minneapolis on Wed nesday. Yesterday he took a spin of five mile on the Washington rink track, which lie pronounces the tinest indoor bicycle track in the world. He says he had his doubts regarding the wonderful records that have been made there, but now that he has seen and tried the track he no longer doubts the same, and that before he leaves Minneapolis he proposes to do a little record breaking himself. Prince will use an Apollo racer, a new machine to this section of the country, the same having been built especially for him. and under his personal supervision, while in England. Prince says Woodside is prob tbly the only bicyclist in America to-day who can give him a hot race, also that whichever of them wins the race, ou Satur day night, will have all he can do. Thomas W. Eck, who is also billed as a contestant in the races, has withdrawn, as friends of both Prince and Woodside ex pressed a strong desire to see the dispute settled between them, without a third party on the track. Prince is no stranger to Minneapolis, having raced here at the fair two years ago. He is in good form and will do some good bicycling. FThe St. Louis Browns turned the tables on the Maroons yesterday, and beat them by a 6core of 9 to 6. Henry Wilsun'k Career. Henry Wilson, or From the Cobbler's Bench to the Vice-presidency, was the topic of an address by A. S. Blanchard at the Y. M. C. A. lecture rooms last evening. Mr. Blanchard was an intimate friend of Vice-president Wilson and his talk detailed in an interesting manner the most import ant events of the statesman's career, from shoemaker's bench, through the abolitionist movement, the two houses of congress, the war, in which he played an important part as the colleague of Charles Sumner and the chairman of the committee on military measures, the campaign of 1872 and his election, to the close of his life April 22, 1575. His career had been an earnest, honorable and busy one, during which he did much to perfect American freedom and shape the legislation of his time, besides writing two works, one on the Rise and Fall of Slavery in America, and the other on The Military Measures of the War. OFFICIAL. PUBLICATION Of Ordinances Passed by tbe Com mon Council of the City of St. Paul April G, 1886. Ordinance No. 637. An Ordinance Relative to the St. Paul City Railway Company. The Common Council of the City of St Paul do ordain as follows: Section 1. There is hereby granted to the St. Paul City Railway Company the authority, right and privilege to operate in the City of St. Paul the part of its line hereinafter designated by underground ca ble, in connection with a stationary engine such as are constructed and operated in the street railway service upon what are known as cable lines, and to construct and main tain such cable line in that part of the streets of the city hereinafter mentioned. Said cable line shall be constructed by Baid company ; within the following limits, viz. : On Third street, from Seven corners to Selby avenue, and thence on Selby ave nue to Western avenue, and shall be con structed with two or double tracks, and so that said cable shall be operated completely underground, and the rails shall be laid ou the established grade of said streets or on that which shall be established by the City of St. Paul as the grade of said streets, on Dr as near as practicable to the center of Third street to Selby avenue; thence along the center twenty feet of said Selby ave nue, so that the railways shall cross Sum mit avenue at a right angle on the center twenty feet of Selby avenue, and that said rails shall not be elevated above the surface of the street, and shall be laid in such man ner that carriages and vehicles can easily md freely cross said tracks at all points. The points of connection of cable line with the presejit mode of carriage, or places pvhere animal power shall be resumed shall be below and above Summit avenue. The point aforesaid below Summit avenue shall not be nearer thereto than the south side »f Pleasant avenue, and said point above laid Summit avenue shall be at least 480 feet west of the west line of Summit ave nue. Sec. 2. The said company shall on making the necessary excavations and works for the construction of said cable line, replace the said streets where sucli excava tion or works way have been made, in as good condition as previously, and shall keep bo much of said street as may be between the rails of each track and for two feet out side of its tracks cleaned and in repair and in such condition as said company la re quired to do under its charter or ordinances of said city with respect to other new parts of its lines, and - shall construct and main tain retaining walls on the south side of its track between Third street and Summit avenue, sufticieut to retain the earth on that side in its present position, and shall grade the eight feet on the north side of its track* "on Selby avenue between Third street and Summit avenue, and build any necessary retaining wail required by the City Engineer. Said company shall do all said grading and build said walls under the direction of the City Engineer. Sec. 3. The rights and privileges hereby granted are upon the condition, that said company shall complete aud equip with cars running thereon so mnch of said cable lino as extends from Pleasant avenue to a point i 480 feet above Summit avenue, on or be- j fore the first day of November, ISSO, and shall daily thereafter operate the same with an equipment and facilities adequate to the reasonable accommodation of passengers desiring to use the same, and shall in the operation of said plant burn and use no bituminous coal, and shall pave between its said tracks and two feet on the outside thereof with a wooden block pavement in such manner as may be directed by the Common Council. Sec. 4. This ordinance shall take effect from and alter its publication, and on the written acceptance of said company, signed by its president or vice president and tiled with the City Clerk within thirty days from said publication. — Aid. C innings, Dowlan. O'Con nor. Petsch. Cullen, Sanborn, Johnson, Kain. Starkey, Bryant, Minea, Long, Mr. President— lS. Nays-Aid. Van Slyke— Passed April 0, 1556. . HoBKitT A. Smith, President of Council. Approved April 7, 18S0. Kobhut A. Smith, Acting Mayor. Attest: Thus. A. PitEXDEitGAST, City Clerk. April R. Ordinance No. 638. Permitting the Trustees of the St Louis Parish School Building. The Common Councilor the City of St. Paul do ordain as follows: Section 1. Permission is hereby given and granted unto the Trustees of the St. Louis Parish School building of St. Paul to remove from where it now stands on rear end of lot four (4), block twelve (12) of Robert & Randall's addition to St Paul, one hundred (100) feet westerly upon same lot, for the purpose of making room to con struct a new brick school building on the property now occupied. Sec. 2. This ordinance to take effect and be in force from and after its publication. — Aid. Cumings, Dowlan, O'Con nor. Petsch, Cullen. Sanboru, Johnson, Van Slyke. Kain, Starkey, Bryant, Mlnea, Long, Mr. President— l 4. Passed April 0, ISSC. Kobekt A. Smith, President of Council. Approved April 7. 18S6. ROOT* A. Smith, Acting Mayor. Attest: Tuos. A. Pbendergast, City Clerk. April 9. Kansas City Doesn't Catch en. Omaha Herald. Poor old. light-hearted Rarnabee. Because he sprung "innocuous desuetude" in Kansas City and purposely mispronounced It In an Interpolated "g&g," the papers In that mala rial, untutored settlement warn him not to return, and vindictively &ay that ho Is neither Ideal nor Rostonese. Kansas City Is tbe cen ter of the baru-6tormln? district that once every year hails Lawrence Hurret as the how linfrest farcical comedian that ever drew breath. ■ * local, :ni-: vno.v Borrow M oner On personal property. See financial col umn, page 7. K. Dcming Si Co,, 302 Jackson, corner Fifth street. ' DIED. Ll'B V— April Bth, in Reserve township, Cath arine, wife of Maurice Luby, aged 51 years. Funeral from the residence at 8:30 o'clock a. in.. Saturday the 10th lnst. Funeral services at cathedral at 10 o'clock. LETTAN— In St. Paul. Minn., April 5, 1886, Charles Lett an. aged 45 years. Funeral from late residence. No. 175 East Fourteenth street, at 2:30 p. m., to-day. G. A. U. services will be held at Oakland cemetery chapel at 3 p. in. Friends of the family are invited to attend. AXXOPXCEMEXT. T<HKKK WILL BE A MKKTIN'Ii of con- X trailing plasterers at Lauer's hall Saturday night at 8 o'clock, sharp. By order of committee. . US- 100 K. EDWIN T. SKIDMOKK HAVING retired from the firm of Skidmore& Gannett, Mr. G. B. Gannett will continue the business under the firm name of G. S. Gannett & Co. All indebt edness contracted in tne name of the late firm will be liquidated at maturity by. respectfully yours. G. S. Gannett 4 Co. St. Paul, April 1. ISS6. 97-99 _ _____ 7 /Troyal psse? j\ POWDER Absolutely Pure. Th!s powder never varies A marvel of pn rlty, strength and wholcsomcncss. More eco nomical than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold in competition with the multitudes of ow test, short weight, alum or phosphate powders. Sold only in cans. Rotal 11 a kino Powdeii Co.. 166 Wall street. New York. SDMMIpEW. At S. E. corner of Summit avenue (Boule vard 200 ft. wide), and Snelling avenue (100 ft wide), Is the finest residence prop erty on the avenue beyond Dale street Overlooking as it does Macalester, Merriam Park, Hamline and Minneapolis, it must be conceded that it is appropriately named Summit View. Among its exceptional ad vantages as a place of residence you find: 1. Eligible location on best avenues and "most popular drives in the city. 2. It is only five minutes' walk from Macalester station (C, M. & St P. Short Line), and the motor line to Lake Johannah will pass close by this property. • 3. The close proximity of Macalester, aniline and the sites of other proposed colleges, insures the best facilit ies for edu cation of children. 4. Size of lots 50x200 and 50x150 feet For particulars apply. J. J. WATSON & BRO, German- American Bank Building. NOTICE. The annual meeting' of the stockholders of the St. Paul Foundry Company, for the elec tion of a Board of Directors for the ensuing year, will be held at their office on Monday, April 12, at 4 o'clock, p.m. 91-100 C. M. POWER, Secretary THE ST. FAUIi DAILY GLOBE. FRTDAT MORNING. APRIL 9, IBBGL AMUSEMENTS. GRAND OPERA HOUSE. TO-NIGHT! TO-NIGHT! ANNIE PIXLEY IN TWO OF HER GREAT SUCCESSES, TO-NIGHT, and Saturday Matinee, M'LISS. Saturday Night one Performance Only of ZARA. Usual price*. Socuro seats early. PUBLIC NOTICE. Found running at largo within the city of St. Paul, in violation of the ordinances of said city in relation to impounditiK animals, and token up by the Pound Master of said city, on the 6th day of April, 1886. and not redeemed, the hereinafter described animals. Now, therefore, in accordance with law. I will sell at public auction in front of the pub lic pound on Kafflo street, In the Third ward of said city, on the lath day of April, 1880, at 10 o'clock In the forenoon, to tho highest bidder for cash, ONE SORREL HORSE, Two in. l Feet White, Sliver Tall. Dated April 9, 1886. JOHN CUNIFF, 99-101 Policeman and Acting Pound Master. Assessment for Chance of Grade on Cherokee Arena*. OraiCEOFTnE Board or Piratic Works, i City ok St. Paul, Minn., April 8, ISM. J Notlco is hereby (riven that the assessment of benefits, damages, costs and expenses arising from a change of grado on Cherokee Avenue, from Ohio btrcet to the western ter minus of the established grade of said Cher okee Avenue, in the City of St. Paul, Minne sota, has been completed and entered of record by tin- Board of Public Works in and for said city, ai,.i that paid assessment was duly confirmed by said Board on the sth day Of April, A. D. 1656. WILLIAM BARRETT, President. Official: R. L. Gorman, Clerk Board of Public Works. 89-101 Assessment for Opening, Widening and Extension of Westwood Ayenne. Office of the Board of Public Works, ) City of St. Paul. Minn., April 8, 1886. f Notice is hereby (riven that the assessment of benefits, damages, costs and expenses arising from the openlujr, widening and ex tension of Westwood Avenue, sixty-six (66) feet wide, from the south lino of the right of way of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railroad north to the Territorial road (so called), in the city of St. Paul. Minncsota,has been completed and entered of record by the Board of Public Works in and for said city, and that said assessment was duly confirmed by said Board on the sth day of ApriL A. D 1888. X WILLIAM BARRETT, President. Official: R. L.G ohm as, Clerk Board of Public Works 99-101 Assessment for Widening Ra?oax Street Office of the Board of Public Works, ) Cur or St. Paul, Minn., April 5, 1886. f Notice Is hereby given that the assessment of benefits, damages, costs and expenses arising from the widening of Kavoux street, to a width of fifty (50) feet, from Fuller street to Martin street, in the City of St. Paul, Minnesota, has been completed and entered of record by the Board of Public Works in and for said city, and that said assessment was duly continued by said Board on the sth day of April. A. D., 1888. WILLIAM BARRETT, President. Official: R. L. Gorman, Clerk Board of Public Works. 99-101 Assessment for Opening Dale Street Office of THE Board of Public Works, > Cur of St. Paul, Minn, April 8, 1886. J Notice is hereby given that the assessment of benefits, damages, costs and expenses arising from the opening of Dale street, from Marshall Avenue to Mlnnehaha street, in the City of St, Paul, Minnesota, has been com pleted and entered of record by the Board of Public Works, in and for said city, and that said assessment was duly confirmed by said Board on the r.th day of April. A. D. 1886. WILLIAM BARRETT, President. Official: R. L. »km an. Clerk Board of Public Works. 99-101 OTATE OF MINNESOTA. COUNTY OF RAMSEY O as. District Court, second Judicial District. Western Uammont vs. George Stephen. Bimova. The State of Minnesota, to the above-named de fendant: You are hereby summoned and required to an swer the complaint of the plaintiff in the above entitled action, which is on file in the office of the clerk of said court, and to serve a copy of your answer to said complaint on the subscribers, at their office, in the city of St. Paul, in the county of Ramsey within twenty days after the service of this summon* upon yon, exclusive of the day of such service, and if yon fail to answer the said complaint within the time aforesaid, the plaintiff in this action will take judgment against you for the sum of 4.346 41-100 dollars, with interest thereon from and since the 23d day of June. ISB3, together with the costs and disbursements herein. J. M. I.MAN. M I). MINN, I' lain tiff's Attorney. Dated Apr 11 7, A. D. 1886. aprlO-6w-fri STATE OF MINNESOTA. DISTRICT COURT, Second Judicial District. County of Ramsey. Miry A. Booketaver. plaintiff, against George C. Bookslaver, defendant. IUMMi The State of Minnesota to the above named de fendant: You. Georce C Bookstaver, are hereby sum moned and required to answer the complaint in thin action, which has been filed with the clerk of said court, and to serve a copy of your answer to the said complaint on tho subscriber, at bis office. in Court block, in the city of M. Paul, in the county of Ramsey aforesaid, within thirty days after the service of this summons upon yon, exclusive of the day of such service; and if you fail to answer the said complaint within the time afore said, the plaintiff in this action will apply to the court (or the relief demanded in tho said com plaint. Dated St Paul. Minnesota. March IS, A. D. ISM. A. R. CAI'KHAKI. Plaintiff's Attorney. St. Paul, Minn. mchl9-€w-fri QS3 I BLAKtMORE&ANGELL I Manufacturers of ■ GOLD. BRONZK AND ORNAMENTAL ■ 3 PICTURE FRAMES, £ ! ■ And Dealers in Steel Engravings and oi I ! ■ Paintings. Gilding* Residing a specialt' ■ ■ No. 11 K. Seventh St.. bT. TAUI* MIN.V I ! i 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. Fin* engravings and artotypes always on hand. C- THOMAS. 4-3 W. THIRD ST CHEAPEST BOOK STORE IN THE NORTHWEST! NEW AND OLD BOOKS. LJ'« axles and Parcels of Books bought. Send for catalogue. R. F. LEASE & CO., US East Third Street, • ST. PAUL. HORSE POWERS I DERRICKS AND CONTRACTORS' OUTFITS American MTg Co., Corner Robert and Eighth Streets, St. Paul IN A RUT. V Don't get in a rut. See if /TV -v there isn't a better way. A >j=ij man is in a rut when (from v^^r- /•?*>» habit) he leaves his measure /^s^vOMSl^w^il T at a tailor's for a Spring /^^Sof^Tr^^V Jl Overcoat costing forty or —^T^^mxA. P^t, flftv dollar when for half * tlie mone 7 he could buy (s<wteSH^lSsrV\ equally as good a garment at jB >^^F^ ?V>^V THE BOSTON. Men who __v(Jr4 I&WJ/ IwZL/h are tlie . kabit of having <&M<, -1 M \\ r/M/l t^ ie^ r clothing made to order y^SMi/^^UL I}r7/l I re particularly invited to ilr?£^jf<S /?i§^?72^/f 60 * our assortment of ll(ffiLS&^)ri^ml/ih ©lega Satin and Silk-Lined lf//I\ llv/^4 J^iAmW Spring Overcoats, in all the Ww\fcwrf^aW/ fashionable shades of En liHf/i/ Imff/^ gttsh, French and German \it /(• W// • Cloths and Worsteds, includ- jlOjjf ' Jy J ing the stylish Covert Cloth. S ( r^LjJ }£ * Some especially choice pat- f* % terns in Spring Trousers for "^■^ ''*■ "* ■ early spring wear are also worth looking at. Boston One-Price Clothing House, Cor. Third and Robert Streets, St. PauL _— — 9 Sole Agents for the Celebrated Youmans Hat. JOS. McKEY & CO. pa CIUINBY & ABBOTT, , ; *QUINBY & ABBOTT, ! fe^ "•** Retail I U fill 1 1 ! "^^jP^-J Third Street, corner Minnesota, St Paul HENRY E. WEDELSTAEDf, k STATIONER. Easter Cards and v Novelties. Call and see the fine display. All kinds of Copperplate Engraving done on short notice. : , - 113 EAST THIRD STREET, ST. PAUL- Why not furnish a small home and hare the rea enjoyment that Home Life gl yes us In stead of boarding. You can do this through th» I INSTALLMENT Furniture and Carpet House of SMITH * FARWEL.L., 333 East Seventh Mrtet, St. Paul, tndfor very little ready money, obtaining the best goods and latest design* at tne lowest market prices. A. H. LOHLKER, 221 East Seventh Street, Carpets, Wall Paper, Draperies AND ALL KINDS OP HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, Wholesale and Retail at the Very Lowest Prices. Merriam_Park ! THIRD ADDITION! We have some choice lots and blocks to offer in this newly platted and beautiful interurban suburb. RICE STREET. ./.'.. ■;. ;; ] " . i Thirteen lots hear new depot, cheap, a so choice acre property. INSIDE PROPERTY. A few residence and business lots in the very best localities. COCHRAH & WALSH, SPECIAL! $167000 FOR 20 ACRES Adjoining Cruikshank's Garden Lois; also 7 acres at I*6o per aero. New depot on the Omaha road Is to be erected in this locality. HARRISON & HANDY, 135 E. Sixth St, Hotel Ryan. contractwqrk! Sewer on Grand Avenue and Lawtoa ; Street. Office or Tin Board or PCBUO WORKS, ) City or St. Paul, Minn.. March 80, 1666. J Sealed bid* will be recelred by the Board of Public Works in and for the corporation of the City of St. Paul, Minnesota, at their office In said city, until 13 m. on the 12th day of April. A. D. 18S6, for the construction of a sewer on Grand Avenue, from a point two hundred and twenty-five (225) feet east or Floral street to Lawton street; thence on Law ton strcot to Oakland Avenue, In said city, to- other with the necessary catchbasins and manholes, according to plant and specifica tions on file in the oflico of said Board. A bond with at least two (2) sureties in > turn of at least twenty (20) per cent, of the (TOM amount bid must accompany each bid. The said Board reserves the right to reject •ny or all bids. WILLIAM BARRETT, President. Official: • - R. L.OoiucAX.Clerk Board of Public Work* -^X/ 90-10U DR. JOS. LICK-OCULIST ! Treats successfully all kinds of Sore <ye* particularly granulation of the eyelids. Seventh As Waba»ha. over Drue store, "- »^ IM. Ml. *-*■*■■ ' Ml"" ST. PAUL JOBBERS' DIRECTOR? BSlf NTS ItTA W, HSIfBT D. SQUXBXS, ROBT.A. BKTHCNE, JNO. W. BELL. RYAN DRUG CO.. Importing and Jobbing Druggists AJTD DRUGGISTS" SUNDRYMEN, 80, 22T. 229 East Third street, • St. Pactu. "GRANT & MULLEN," General Commission Merchants, AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN GRAIN, FEED, BUTTER, EGGS,Etc. TIMOTHY AND CLOVER SEEDS FOR SALE. No. 372 Robert st. . Consignments solicited GOODYEARRUBBERCO JAMES SUYDAY, Aeent. 131 East Third Street. BEST QUALITY RUBBER GOODS. H. SWIFT, Wholesale Dealer In Foreign and Donestle FRUITS, TEAS, COFFEES. JELLIES. ETC., 124 East Third Street. Sole Agent for Lautz Bros, ft Co.'§ Acme an* other Soaps. FAIRBANKS, MORSE ft CO., 871 and 873 Slbley Street. FAIRBANKS SCALES AMD ECLIPSE WINDMILLS. NOYES BROS. & CUTLER, IMPORTERS ASS Wholesale Druggists, 68 and 70 Sibley street, corner Fifth, ST. PAUL. - ... MINK. | TONIC" BITTERS ; The most Elegant. Blond Purifier, Ltrer InTigora • tor. Tonic and Appetizer ever known. The first i litters containing Iron ever ailYertised in America, . Unprincipled persons are imitating the name; look | out for frauds. See that <£> /£) * it ha follow! signature /mJe&I/J fir la on e^erj- bottle and A^fTr/lif/// _. take none other fi7* *^**W\ ST. 1* L, MINN. \^ Drugglat & Chemist. Cheap Coal! GRIGGS & FOSTER Offer the best grades of Anthracite and Bituminous Coal at the very lowest market prices. Their coal in fresh from the mines and well screened, and their body wood can not be equaled in the stato. Special Low Rates on MAPLE AND BIRCH WOOD. 41 E. Third St.. Cor. Cedar. DR~jr~GrWALKER f 40B&T* Eye and Ear Surgeon, <^ggj*lM E. Third street, St. Paul, Minn Largest stock of Artificial Eyes in the Wast ;_ : THE LATEST STYLES IN Spring Overcoats! We are receiving every day large lines of Spring Overcoats at very low prices. SPECIAL DRIVES. .We will sell throughout the season an over coat for $10 which cannot be bought else where for less than $15. Give us a call and ex amine our stock of overcoats before purchas ing elsewhere. The latest novelties in top overcoats are the English shape, short, with long roll silk facing. Prices range from $15 to $35. Special drives in Men's Suits at $7.50. Special drives in Children's Suits at $3. Spe cial drives in Furnishing Goods, at SATTLER BROS., 91 East Third Street .St. Paul, Minn. Orders by mail promptly attended to. — — <i The Celebrated Whitney Children's Carriage. FOR CITY TRADE ONLY The above Carriage while acknowledged to be the finest in the market both as to pattern! and durability, have never been thoroughly introduced in this city. As Manufacturer' Ajrents we have decided to sell in this city during: the coming season, direct to the cousum* era of this city, at wholesale prices, and for this purpose we have enpaped the store 184 East Fourth street, where we will bo pleased to see any who may need Children's Carriages during the months of April, May and June. AVERILL, CARPENTER & CO. E^" Every one is "Warranted. J 335 Robert Street ST. PAUL - - - MINN. Property in All Parts of the City, THE NEW HUB RANGE ( WOLTERSTOBFF AT THE HEAD! ! 115 SOLD the FIRST SEASON in ST.PADL. & MuIIITZ jgjp^^^ff 208, 210 and 212 East Seventh Street *^^*&£s'sy ' Headquarters for Best Goods and Best Price*. jv ra^^ Largest and most complete line of Jtfflll, WARM AIR FURNACES, #li|||§§s^p£gp^a REFRIGERATORS, PlllipMif CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES, % GASOLINE AND % OIL STOVES AND RANGES. -^■^Jgr^^ ::^ 3^ BIRD CAGES, WATER FILTERS.&C The most popular range ever sold. It Is the richest In design and the most perfect inoper- The most complete lino of House Furnishing ation. Nothinsr has ever been seen in this Qootis in the city. city that compares with it for service or for ' beauty, and our leading housekeepers are »r - „ . . " ._ ■• • • ! rapidly exchandns their old stoves for it. Manufacturers of the celebrated Fully 20 per cent, can bo saved in the labor COMMANDER and expanse of cooking-, by the use of the XTT ,i j t T\ . IKSol KSoT io "" e ° " nti " iNowHub - Wroiip Iron Ranges Wolterstorff & Moritz, and hotel^up P l lE s. ' Forty different styles Children's Carriages. 208, 210 and 212 East Seventh street. \ Come and see- our goods and get prices. Y-7f SPRING SHOES I I. ' % Latest styles Now Open. ■M V %SCHLIEK & CO., 89 East Third .p^^^^^^K street, St. Paul. OTirCus fe|g^^<^<^>^_^tom Walking Shoes ahead ik^!7 !aß fta^fi^&^of all, in Button, Laced and Elastic Sides, Seamless, from $3 up to $7; every pair warranted. Also, largest and finest stock of La dies', Misses', Boys' and Children's Spring Shoes in the city. RICHARD POWERS, Merchant Tailor ! A FIRST-CLASS FIT GUARANTEED. 183 1. SEVENTH STREET, ST. PAUL, HIM.