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Fine cut and etched gas globes at P.
V. Dwyer-* Bro.'s, 96 East Third street.
„ Skates, Skates, Skates:
Acme club, all-clamp skate, only -"•">
cents, and the finest all-nickel plated
82.50. Remember we are headquarters
tor all kinds of skates. St. Paul Hard
ware company, 7S and SO East Seventh
street. ; *
Fetsch's Paul Morph.V Cigars.
Smokers will be pleased with a Ikjx of
Adam Fetsch's cigars for Christmas.
Save Money
On repair work of stoves and furniture.
Knight & Co., 30 West Third.
Business Men.
A young lady cashier of experience
desires a position. Apply to Anna (_'.
Drew. 308 .lack son street.
"Colder Than ."
That's what the indications say will
be the state of affairs "sooner or later,
if nothing happens." Bather indefi
nite, but strictly reliable: so send for
Dunniean, the plumbing expert, and
have him sec to the pipes at once. His
store is at 220 East Seventh.
Tivoli. Bridge Square.
Grand sacred concert by Seibert's or
chestra this afternoon, from 3 to 6
o'clock. Winter garden comfortably
heated.
Piano Lamps
In great variety at P. V. Dwyer &
Brc's, 96 East Third street.
lorn Christmas Present,
"Nothing will please the little ones like a
toy trunk. (let them at Garland's, 39
East Third street.
Don't rail to Get
A pair of those $2.45 ladies* shoes at the
J. & F. shoe store, 252 East Seventh
street
Portieres, $3.50 Per Pair
And upwards" at Oliver Baker's clear
ing sale. 417 and 419 Wabasha.
Fox Hugs and Mats.
Our annual sale of remnants and -am
ples of carpets, in small pieces from
one to four yards each, of fine Moqtiettes,
"Wiltons, Velvets. Brussels and Ingrains,
will commence Monday, the 12th. This
will be a good chance to get some nice
pieces of carpels for rugs and mats at a
low price. We have over 3,000 pieces in
Stock, which will be sold out very cheap.
St. Paul Carpel Company, ".'.ki Wabasha
street. Edward Scott, president.
I'etseVs Cigar Store. Third and
Jackson.
A complete stock of cigars and Holi
day presents at Fetsch's.
At Michaud Bros.,
Grocers, Seventh and Wabasha, you can
save money by buying for cash. Try it
and see.
Elegant Gold and Silver Head
Canes
In all woods. Latest styles at Robert
Seeger's, '•'•<' East Seventh street
If Your Furniture
Needs fixing go to the St. Paul Furni
ture and Stove Repair works, "JO West
Third.
Given Away, a Toilet Set.
"Miss O'l.eary*-. 248 West Third.
Elegant French Kid Shoes
At >'•."(' at the J. & F. shoe store.
All Can Be Suited
"With cigars, cigar cases, meerschaum
pipes, smokers' sets at Fetsch's.
Birds] Birds"! Birds!!!
Red,yellow,white, blue, brown, jrreen,
drab, cinnamon, black and purple.
Beautiful singers. North star Seed
store. De Cou «.v. Co., Fourth and Robert
streets.
Fine Silk Umhrcllas.
Latest designs in ivory, gold and sil
ver handles, at Robert Seeger's, *Ji'*u
East Seventh street.
Bargains in Watches.
We are offering special inducements j
in all kinds of watches and mean just
what we say. Dullard Brothers, jew
elers.
Tivoli, Bridge Square.
Grand sacred concert by Seibert's or
chestra this afternoon, from 3 to 0
o'clock. Winter garden comfortably
heated. '
Meerschaum Pipes and Holders.
Real meerschaum pipes, cigar holders
and cigar cases at Fetsch"s,Third street
A Good Watch
Is an important matter with a man of
business. Select one for your friend
from the stock or M. Albrecht, 107 East
Third.
Fetsch's Paul Morphy Cigars.
Smokers will be pleased with a box of
Adam Fetsch's cigars for Christmas.
Gold Pish! Gold Fish!
Globes, aquariums, tish food, etc.,
North Star Seed store, De Cou & Co.,
Fourth and Rooert streets.
Call at Habi*ghorß4 A- Co.'s
While shopping For holiday goods. We
have useful as well as ornamental goods
for ail— mother, father, sister, brother,
sweetheart, friend- and will be pleased
to have you call and examine our stock.
Habigborst & -Co., 235 and 237 Fast
Seventh street. St. Paul, Minn.
Wanted,
One hundred purchasers for one hun
dred watches at prices that are decidedly
low. Ballard Brothers, 14:) East Third
street.
Have Your stoves Repaired.
St. Paul Stove and Furniture Repair
works, 30 West Third.
Hand-Painted and Embroidered
Articles. Decorated fruit and flowers.
248 West Third.
Lost, Diamond Bracelet,
Dec. 4. on Dayton, Summit, Sixth street
or College avenue: $150 reward to any
one returning same to Globe office.
Adam Fetsch's Cigars.
For choice Holiday cigars go to Adam
Fetsch, Third and .Jackson.
Auction Sale
Of unredeemed pledges at Ben Levy's,
the pawnbroker, 21 East Seventh street
Monday evening, Dec. 12, at 7:30 o'clock
p. in.
Another Wedding
Can be fitted out with greens, colored
grasses, etc North Mar Seed store. De
Cou & Co.. Fourth and Robert streets.
Blakemore A- Anj-ell.
Proprietors of the art store. No. 35 East
Seventh street, request their numerous
patrons who wish pictures framed for
Christmas to place tin orders a- early
as possible. This arm is displaying
many new etchings and engra** ings just
received from New York.
Pastel Crayon and Water Colors
At 'la lot's. See his work and get prices.
. Patent Leather Dress Shoes. .
Treat Bros., 28 East Third st.
Piano lamps in great variety at I*. V.
fcwyer & Bro.'s, 96 East Third street
We Have Found It.
The place to buy your holiday goods.
Tester, the jeweler, No. 215 East Sev- j
enth street, has one of the best "selec
tion- of fine holiday goods in the city.
Give him a call. His prices are reason
able.
Solid Gold Jewelry
For the holidays, at M. Albrecht's, 107
Fast Third.
Heal Brussels,
Swiss and Egyptian lace curtains at
prices to dose, at Baker's carpet house,
417 and 41!) Wabasha.
For your toboggans, hand sleds and
coasters, see St. Paul Hardware com
pany, 78 and SO East Seventh street. We
have some beauties.
Buy for Cash
and save money, at Midland Bros.,
wholesale and retail grocers. Seventh
and Wabasha.
A Seventh Street Finn.
A very popular house is that of Bock
struck & Lee. dealers in jewelry, two
doors east of Wabasha, on Seventh.
This firm is doing a safe, steady busi
ness in the liner class of goods, and
carries a stock of the latest novelties in
diamonds, jewelry, gold watches, silver
ware, etc. These young men are ex
perienced, and know the value of a rep
utation for integrity. Their guarantee
on an article makes it good. Theirs is a
spirit of accommodation, coupled
with a desire to do jus
tice to their patrons. In diamonds,
the stock is certainly complete. Daz
zling gems are .-ecu in every possible
shape. Watches, set with diamonds,
lorin an especially pleasing feature of
the stock. Then "there arc gold watches
from the famous makers of the world.
at all prices. An elegant line of holi
day novelties are shown, Including the
most desirable. iSwill be worth any
one's time to call on Rockstruck & Lee,
at 11 East Seventh, and see what they
offer for Christmas.
A Large Stock
Rockford, Elgin, Hampden, Howard.
U'a'tham and Swiss watches at Pfister's.
Also a variety of the cheaper class of
watches, including the Waterbury, at
Pfister's, 215 East Seventh street.
That Exquisite Fur
Of the silver gray fox would make an
elegant muff. To be had at Charles Al
brecht's* 95 East Third. Also furs of
every description.
Carpet Bemnants
Cheap for cash at Bakers clearing sale,
417 and 419 Wabasha.
Have You Seen
The 8l.»5 shoe for ladies at the J. & F.
shoe store, 257 Fast Seventh?
Punctuality in Business.
There is no trait in a person that be
speaks a successful business career
more than always being on time, and it
is impossible to keep an appointment of
any kind unless you have a good time
piece. Hainan & Co., 305 Jackson street.
opposite Merchants, have a fine and
varied line of watches at reasonable fig
ures; so if you are minus the above
useful article they can tit you out in a
satisfactory manner. If yom watch
needs regulating or . repairing, Messrs.
Hainan <fr. Rose are practical watch
makers and can do the case justice.
This firm carries a choice line of jew
elry, including glittering gems of every
description, as well as a copious stock
of mounting of every conceivable de
sign; so if yon desire something unique
and rich for the holidays, this is the
house to call on.
We Lead the Van.
Men's overshoes. Ssc; at the New
England, 135 East Seventh street, oppo
site Ryan block.
Breakfast Bacon, Dried Beef,
All kinds of sausage, pure lard, etc. F.
W. Laley ft Son. 882 Jackson street.
Drop in "Watches.
We arc overstocked and are bound to
-ell to any one who wants to buy. Bill
iard Brothers, jewelers.
Three More Days.
Wednesday evening concludes the sale
of linens at Heinemann's. Improve the
opportunity.
Meerschaum Pipes and Holders.
Real meerschaum pipes, cigar holders
and cigar cases at Fetsch's, Third .street.
Fine Lamps.
A good lamp, one that gives entire sat
isfaction in every way, is the famous
Rochester. Such lamps, in all varieties,
may be seen at Robert Seeger's, 200 East
Seventh street.
Christmas Slippers.
Largest stock and lowest price at the
New England, 135 East Seventh street,
opposite Ryan block.
Railroad Tickets
At greatly reduced rates. W. K. Girt,
175 East Third street.
Holiday Presents.
Bj* purchasing your presents now
you can save at least 50 per cent. At
tend Strouse 1'.V0.-." great auction sale,
01 East Third.
Christinas Trees! Christmas Trees!
Lycopodium, Immortelles, etc., North
Star Seed -tore, De Con -ft Co.. Fourth
and Robert streets.
It Is an Old Adage.
"There is nothing like leather." Before
purchasing your holiday gifts, Inspect
my stock of polished alligator bags and
satchels, solid leather and plush toilet
cases, collar and cuff boxes, card cases,
poeketbooks, money purses, opera and
shopping bags, cigar cases, blacking
sets, toy trunks, traveling trunks, etc.
W. H. Garland, 50 Fast Third street.
Fine Diamonds,
Watches, jewelry, silverware, etc., at '
Pfister's, 215 Fast Seventh street.
Novelties in Furniture
For the holidays just received at EL H.
Schrocder's. hi and IS East Sixth street
Call and see these goods.
Presents.
There is no better place in the city
for the supply of Christinas presents
than at Heinemann's, corner Seventh
and Jackson streets.
All Can Be Suited
With cigars, cigar cases, meerschaum
pipes, smokers" sets at Fetsch's.
A Large Line of Chandeliers.
Library lamps and stand lamps, of all
descriptions. Dinner sets, teasels, game
sets, fruit sets, ice-cream sets. A full
line of vases and fancy bric-a-bric for
holiday gifts, to be sold at reduced
prices. Craig, Larkin & Smith, 3so Sibley
street
Spare Bibs, Leaf Lard, Plucks,
Sausages, etc.. at J. T. McMillan's
Eighth st.. bet. Minnesota and Cedar.
| For Old and Young.
I Holiday goods in endless variety at
1 Pfister's, 215 East Seventh street.
The finest eras fixtures in the city at
P. V. p-wyer* Bro.'s, 96 Fast Third
street
Best Value
For £1 is our men's buckle arctics. At
the New England, 135 East Seventh
street, opposite Ryan block;
Fine Cut and Etched
Gas globes at P. V. Dwyci & Bra's, 9o
Fast Third street.
Gold-Headed Canes,: -*.-."*;;
Rings, thimbles, spectacles. -.'old-pens,
etc., at rioter's.
Kiel* and Poor,
You can buy watches, jewelry anil
: jl;BJs SAINT PAUL DAILI v^yjts&: SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 11, —TWENTY PAGES.
I silverware on installments of W. It.
Lesh, 27 East Seventh street,
The Finest
Line of gas fixtures in the city at P. V.
Dwyer ft IJro.'s, 'M East Third street.
Ladies,
Call and see our house-furnishing hard
ware. We have the finest line in the
city. See our line before buying your
Christmas presents. Paul Hardware
company; 7S and SO East Seventh street.
Card Cases
From Sse to $.*> at Garland's, 59 East
Third street.
Stove Repairing a Specialty.
St. Paul Furniture and Stove Repair
works, 90 West Third.
Fetsch's Cigar Store, Third and
Jackson.
A complete stock of cigars and Holi
day presents at Fetsch's. ;'-.. "1 -.-'
Bargains in Carpets
At Baker's clearing sale, 417 anil 419
Wabasha street.
"You Take in the Opera. _
Prospectuses Riving full particulars of
the National opera season, neatly bound
and free of charge, can be had on appli- j
cation at the box office of the Grand I
opera boose.
Window Shades at 45 Cents
At Baker's clearing sale. Best opaque
felt mounted. 6xß feet, on spring rollers,
at 417 and 419 Wabasha street.
Canadian Overshoes.
Treat Bros.. 88 East Third street.
If Yon Are Troubled About
Finding a suitable Christinas present j
for your relatives, go to Pfister's, No. \
215 East Seventh street.
Adam Fetsch's Cigars.
For choice Holiday cigars go to Adam
Fetsch, Third and Jacksou.
Drapery Silks From 7."> Cents Per
Yard
Upwards, at Oliver Baker's clearing
sale. 417 and 419 Wabasha street.
The Ice Palace This Year.
OWING TO THE UNVEII WASH
WEATHER, ANXIETY IS INCREASING'
The probabilities are that we will
have an open whiter. Owing to the ex- j
tensive advertising that has been done ■
ii seems too bad to give up our cherished i
plans. And it is possible that we may j
yet get cold weather enough to build a j
palace, and if so we will meet our king j
with a more powerful army than ever I
before. Owing to the time devoted to
arrangements by our committee we
should have a palace of some kind
even a miniature one would be prefer
able to none. But whether we do or j
not, the stove should not be out of re
pair, when by a slight expense it can be
made as good as new. Everything burns
in the oven, because the fire back is all
burned out. or you maybe wasting an
extra ton of coal every month (at $10 a
ton) owing to the grates being warped,
and why such negligence when you can
get any repair*-, for your kitchen or
parlor stove at the American Stove Re
pair Works. 186-188 West Seventh
street. Seven Corners?
The President's Message
Has caused wide-spread comment, as
has also the large stock of fine leather
goods displayed by W. 11. Garland. 59
East Third street.
Curtain Poles
From 25 cents upwards, at Oliver
Baker's, before inventory.
Watches at All Prices,
From .*:. to -?150. at M. Albrecht's, 107
Fast Third.
Bargains.
Bargains are offered in dry goods and
notions at Heinemann's. See hi*, adver
tisement. " .
Carpet Sweepers
From $1.50 upwards, at Baker's clearing
sale. 417 and 419 Wabasha street.
I> I B l>. r
HOPE— In St. Paul, suddenly, on the !)th
inst.. John W. Hope, liveryman, aged fifty
two years. The funeral services will take
place to-day (Sunday) from St. John's
Episcopal church, corner Ashland avenue
■ and Mackubin street, at •_':t'o p. m., Ucv. E.
Jay Cook official ing.
STCDEMAS— In st. Paul, Saturday. Ip. m..
Mamie, daughter of N. .1. and Christine
Studeman, age eleven years, nine months
and ten days. Funeral from residence,'.! 1-
Pearl street Monday, - p. m. Austin. Minn..
paper- please copy.
~ AX SOI "A'i'KMKS T. ~
m.l DAY "PKKSKNT— FINK NIN'tJ-
Ing canary bird with mate, only $3. 84
West Third st. "
A SPECIAL MEETING OK TIIK
stockholders of Holland & Thompson
Manufacturing company for election of di
rectors and such oilier business as may come
before it will ue held at the office of A. K.
and C. \v. Wat corner of Itobert and Fourth
sis., between the hours of I and 8 o'clock on
Saturday, the I Tth of December, ISS7. .John |
: V. Thompson, president. j
0 i ROYAL B * K,M S ji
Ni4gMjCTiLvr^>**j
PIP
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies. A marvel
■ of purity, strength and wholesomeness,
More economical than the ordinary |
J kinds, and car.not be sold in competition ;
j with the multitude of low test, short I
weight slum or phosphate powders,
Sold only in cans. Bovai. Baking
. Powi'Ehl'o., 106 Wall street. .Tew York.
UW\
•IP~L* lUU .
CASH.
■ .
A full size Lot 50x150, south
faeing:, above grade, etc.. in
Terrace Park, east of Dale
street. ,
Johnson & Read
- 117 East Fourth Street.- .
i n If ~~ quickly spring from cents,
I UOliarS Planted iv '•Want" advertise-
PleasE
Remember that no store
in the city is better pre
pared to furnish you with
Holiday Presents oi the
latest styles, at the very
lowest prices, than we
are. We have the follow
ing articles to offer:
Men's Overcoats,
From $4 to $55.
Men's Suits from
$7 to $35.
Boys' Overcoats.
School Overcoats.
Children's Overcoats.
Boys' Suits.
School Suits.
Children's Suits. t
Sealskin Caps.
Fur, Cloth, Knit Caps I \
For Men and Boys.
Silk and Derby Hats. 2.\
Silk and Alpaca Umbrel
las. • s >J
Smoking Jackets.
Cardigan Jackets.
Dress and Fancy Shirts.
Silk, Woolen and Worsted
Wristlets.
Suspenders.
Hosiery.
The latest and handsom
est line of Neckwear.
Mufflers from 35c
To $5 for the finest.
Men's Underwear.
In all the above-men
tioned articles we carry
an immense Variety, and
our prices are so low that
all can be suited, there
fore, visit, AND SAVE
MONEY,
THE GREAT j
Manhattan
ONE-PRICE ! I
CLOTHING CO.
161 TO 167
E. Seventh St.
Send for our Illustrated
Catalogue. Same will be
sent to any address on
application.
Hi
i. I have added the Celebrated Simpson, Hall & Miller line
of Silver Plated Ware to my stock, and now carry Rogers',
;Meriden, and S., H. & M., above mentioned. I offer Rogers &
Bro. and Wm. Rogers' Tea Spoons, $1.50 per set; Table Spoons,
$3 per set; Dessert Forks, $2.50 per set; medium Forks, $3
per set; medium Knives, $1.50 per set; Dessert Knives, $1.40
per set. I carry a full line of Oxidized and Fancy Engraved
Flat Table Ware, in Patterns that cannot be told from the
"finest solid goods except by the stamp on the back. In Case
(roods I describe a few articles.
A CHILD'S BRBAD AND MILK BOWL,
plate and spoon. In a line leather case,
L , satin-trimmed ; the bowl is nicely orinimated
- in oxidized silver with band of gold chasings
and dead black silver; the plate isOlso orna
mented in gold and' black silver; bowl, plate
and spoon lived with gold; 813.
Ol O A SET OF SILVER KNIVES
-IO trimmed with mother of pearl; case
is crimson plash lined with salmon-colored
satin. . ■- ■:..-/
■3*l V) A SET OF DESSERT KNIVES SIMI
-«pi/v tarty trimmed; case, seal-brown
I plush lined with salmon-colortd satin.
j ijjjTVv a SET OF KNIVES AND FORKS IX
j •-P-lv/ oxidized silver handles, very beauti
ful design, in a crimson plush case, lined
with pale blue satin; these are Rogers Bros.'
T HAVE ALSO NUT CRACKERS AND
X picks, coffee spoons, butter knives, jelly
' spoons, sugar tongs, sugar spoons, grape
) longs, pickle forks, salad forks, fish knives,
I pie knives, cheese scoops, berry spoons.soup
l ladles, child's set.-, oyster forks". butter plates,
j cased in plush, leather, leatherette and paper
, cases, both plated and silver ware.
■ (tytlQ A SET— TEAPOT, CREAMER, SCO-
V-IO ar and spoon holder; quadruple
plate: chased and hand engraved. Have
other sets, running from four to nine pieces
in set, and ranging in price from $20 to §05
per set.
-J*,! A— A VERY HANDSOME TILTING
*i?~tU water pitcher: design a very beauti
ful hand painted winter scene on imported
porcelain: stand and trimmings of fancy
engraved silver. There are two mugs and
slop bowl of silver lined with gold.
C; -"-./ "I bFys - ONE OF THE HA.ND
*S>*J\J somest tea sets ever brought to st.
Paul: beautifully engraved, satin finished,
containing tea aud coffee pot, slop bowl,
gold-lined sugar, creamer, spoon bolder, but
ter dish and sirup cup with plate. latest de
sign in a set. I claim there has never been a
tea set that has ever been brought to St.' Paul
equal to it for double the money. j
QDOR CASES. j
. Remember the Beautiful flinitnas Gifts to which Tickets are Given with Each
Dollar or More Purchase.
B^smmwm „,~ ..,- j««t^-**j;-*a*| ■ se/ on i j ]c es f g ra( / e 0 f goods, and sell them '
MnMFY TP 1 PAW ' 1 ***•' lower prices than any cne else in the West.
II. IMLI IU Ll Mil . 1 Diamonds, Watches, Solid and Plated Jewelry, '
WATfH^-i I Silverware and Plated Ware, Clocks, Field and Opera
DIAMONDS, I ■""••>■•*■**•■ *
"" '""" " ■ I J. £ INGHAM, 327^ a °;, st "
ai -AT-
C. A. DIBBLES,
' ■■y.' . ... . ' -:■•*•• .'*;/: 7
. ■-..? •• ::.<.ir Corner of'Tliml ami Cellar Streets* „ *
!,H - . .*.•-■ - . ■ ■ ' .
Of* \ ■ .-ii--.- :■ '.-.•• •_■ '.-■ r-i -. ' ■- . . :■ • ; -„i
Lace Scarfs and Fichus.
Embroidered Handkerchiefs.
Tortoise Shell Hair-Pins and Combs.
Fine Vienna Fans.
Kid Gloves. Silk Mittens.
Lined Kid Gloves and Mittens.
Silk and Cashmere Hcse.
F.ne Qualities of Underwear.
Hand Bags and Focketbooks.
Knit Fascinators, Leggins, etc.
Gentlemen's Silk Mufflers.
Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs.
Satin Suspenders and Neckties.
English Hand-Stitched Leather Toilet Cases.
And many other elegant aid useful articles, which will be ;
sold at the lowest possible prices.
365 Robert Street, Corner Fifth,
• st. f^xjl, iMzixrisr.
REAL ESfATEAND LOANS
j LOOK HERE! j
I Are you going* to build next year? If you are, now is the
j time to secure a lot. We have several lots listed with us in !
'■■ j Nininger & Donnelly's and Holcombe's additions, on cable \
i line or one to two blocks on either side, and at prices you i
| ' cannot duplicate in the city. Terms, one-third cash, bal- •■■
ance EASY TIME.
FOR. $1,500
We can sell you a nice house and lot at Como, near station.
Terms to suit.
$200 TO $400
Each for choice lots at Inver Grove, near station. Five-cent
fare to city. Will build houses for purchasers if they desire it. i
2 We have good first mortgages for sale that offer first- j
class investments.
Property in All Parts of the City.
BUSHNELL & BUSHNELL.
$1,000
;Is cheap for a lot on Fuller Street. Only three
blocks from them they sell at $1,800.
So is $850 for lots one block from the horse
cars on Rice Street. .....--. •
O. B. HARRIS, !
Room 14, Mannheimer Block. % \
<£""£— A FINE LARGE NUT BOWL—
«P-lO Handsomely carved and hammered
In design; gold-lined, with line heavy handles
in oxidized silver.
<Rl/1— SOUP TUREEN —IN A HEAVY
•4?-l^r twist scroll bottom, rounding op to
ward the top, leaving the band and cover
perfectly plain; fine carved handles: bottom
is made of copper, double, so that it can be
set on a range or stove to keep contents warm
if necessary.
•J**^— BUTTER DISH— DESCRII'
«pU tion in design as above. .;:o*o~
READ DISH— SATIN FINISHED— SETS
low, and nicely made; center and end
raised, fancy design; twelve inches long and
six wide: can be used fur fruit or cake.
© A— A BEAUTIFUL HAT BRUSH— FINE
tyU bristles, handsome silver back, ele
gantly engraved; suitable place in center left
for an inscription. ..
A LARGE LINE OF SOLID SILVER FA
per cutters in beautiful designs, manu
factured by the Gorham Silver Co., at prices
ranging from $2 to SO.
HANDSOMEST SOLID SILVER YI N A I -
grettes— satin and oxidized finish.
ICKLE CASTERS IN ALL TINTS OF
glass, also plain cut glass.
""HIVE-BOTTLE CASTERS, S*J.
-pAKE BASKETS, ?0.30.
"Dl TIER DISH, $1.50.
n/TAONIFICKKT TOILET SETS— ONE OF
Hoi silver and gold chased finished, bottles
and powder boxes of finest tinted porcelain,
handsomely decorated.
ANOTHER OF DARK AMBER— GLASS
ornamented.
CALL AND SEE THE DIAMOND NECK
lace; nineteen fine and perfect stones, m
all weighing 'J'JU-k. It don cost anything
to look at this, and I shall not be disappoint
ed if you don't buy it.
BOSTON PIANO LAMP!
t JSSA
r Ajg l'l intension
(l( fW < 6
FINE PIANO LAMPS AND GAS FIXTURES
— AT —
P. V, DWYER & BRO.'S, - - 96 E. Third St.
NOTICEJF SALE,
Sealed Proposals "will be received
i by the Managers of the Minnesota
State Reform School, at the office of
the Secretary, until Saturday, Feb.
18, 1888. at 230 p. m., for the pur
chase of the lands and building's of
the .Minnesota State Reform School,
i owned by the state, and situated in
j the City of St Paul in what is known
. as the Midway district of the cities
i of St. Paul and Minneapolis, and
'containing' about sixty-three (03)
; acres of land.
The terms, conditions of sale and
I reservations, will be made known
| on application to the Secretary at
| his office.
Rids will be indorsed: Proposals
for purchase of the lands and build
: ings of the Minnesota State Reform
School.
The Managers reserve the right
to reject any and all bids.
December 9, 1887.
D. W. INGERSOLL; President.
R McCORMICK. Secretary.
344,S50*.tltwktofebl8.
! CONTRACT WORK.
Sewer on Walnut Street.
Office Boakd of Public Works, '
City of St. Pa i Minn., Dee. 7, 1857. f
Sealed bids will be received by the
Board of Public Works in and for the
corporation of the city of St. Paul, Min
nesota, at their office in said city, until
12 m. on the l'lth day of December, A.D.
1837, for constructing a sewer on Wal
nut street, between West Seventh
street and Oak street (now Smith
avenue;, in said city, together
with the necessary catclibasins
and manholes, according to plans and
specifications on file in the office of said
Board.
A bond with at least two (*2) sureties
in a sum of at least twenty (3D) per cent,
of the gross amount bid must accom
pany each bid.
The said Board reserves the right to
reject any or all bids.
P. L. C-OHMAX. President.
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Issue Daily the only correct and com
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ures, etc. Our collection department
affords the very best facilities for the
collection of past due debts. Collec
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J. J. CORCORAN, Manager.
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SEALED
PROPOSALS.
City Comptijoixer's Office, )
City Hall, City of .St. Paul, Minn., J
December 3, lt<B7. J
Sealed proposals will he received at
the office of the City Comptroller of the
City of St. Paul, State of "Minnesota,
until 4 o'clock p. m. on
THURSDAY
The Sth Day of January, 1888,
FOR
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IpLIUaUUU i
W
■ AY,
Four ami one-half (4K) per cent
■* '.- ' ■■'■'-'•'
BONDS
OF THE
CITY OF ST. PAUL,
(Semi-Annual Interest Coupons At
tached)
Maturing in Thirty (30) Years
All bearing interest at the rate of four
and one-half (4J-JT) per cent per annum,
payable semi-annually at the financial
agency of the City of St. Paul iv the
city of Xew York, . principal payable in
thirty (30) years from their date of issue,
at the said financial agency.
Issued for the following purposes, viz:
<500R ftftft Dated sept. 1, 1557, due
$-*j£-j,UUU, in thirty years. Sent. 1,
. 1917, issued for the. cre
ation of the "City Park
Fund,"' under an aft of
the Legislature, ap
proved Feb. 25, A. D.
A ISST.
SCft ft Aft Dated Nov. 15, 1887, due
dUU-UUU- iii thirty years. Nov. 15,
PUT. issued "For the
"Rebuilding and Erec
tion of Bridges," under
an act of the Legisla
ture, approved Feb. 13,
A. 1). ISST.
$275,000, Total.
These bonds will he issued in denom
inations of
One Thousand Dollars Each,
And delivered to the successful, pur
chaser in the City of St. Paul". , r
No bid will be entertained for, less
than par and the accrued interest,, as
provided by law. .._ A 'AAA,
Bids will be entertained for all the
bonds as a whole, or for any portion
thereof. 'ov.^'A
The Committee of Ways and Means
of the Common Council of the City of
St. Paul reserve the right to reject any
or all bids.
O. O. Cit.t.f.n. Chairman.
Waltki: 11. Saxcoi:>",
John* Dowi.ax,
Committee of Ways and Means.
Mark bids "Sealed Proposals for
Bonds," and address
JOHN W. ROCHE,
City Comptroller, St. Paul, Minnesota
336-363
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