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PRISON CITY DOINGS. the Old. Liberty House Misce llaneous Happings in Stillwater. The old Liberty house, lately known As the Lakeside hotel, a large frame •structure about fifty feet south of the Florence mill, which was destroyed by fire early yesterday morning. was one of the old landmarks of the city and was built about 1850 by Dr. J. N. Aid. It is now the property of his widow, now Mrs. Amanda Moffatt. It was occupied by Charles Dehne, a baker employed at present at St. Paul, and had an insur ance of $1,200, which was at least two thirds of its value. Dehne had an in surance of $700 on his furniture and claims a loss of §800. The fire was dis covered at 1:15 a. in. by a wood passer at the Florence mill, and two streams were promptly turned on by the mill people, which" Kept the names in check until the department arrived. The building was gutted and part of the roof fell," so as to preclude the possibil ity of its being repaired. Messrs. Sauntry & Tozcr will begin the reconstruction of their dam on the main St. Croix, recently damaged so se riously, as soon as the flood will permit. The fact of the drives coming on so much earlier than was expected on ac count of the heavy rains does not ren der the loss so great at present. The Moose river drive is out all right, and the dotty brook drive was expected to reach the" St. Croix last evening. Martin Roelin, who brutally assaulted an inoffensive German named William Knabcl Saturday evening at the North western brewery, cutting his face and head with a beer glass, was before the police court yesterday morning and was fined 850 and* costs. ' A young lad named Joseph McGrath, aged fifteen years, died at his home, cor ner of Seventh and Churchill streets, Sunday evening of congestion of the brain. O'Brien, who was arrested Saturday while under the effects of a protracted spree, was taken to the city hospital yesterday, very sick with pneumonia. The Mahtomedi hotel at White Bear has been leased by ex-Warden J. A. Reed, who will conduct it the coming season. The young people of the First M. E. church gave a social at the residence of Mrs. F. Williams last evening. The directors of the City Hospital as sociation meet this afternoon at the res idence of Mrs. John G. Nelson. City council meeting to-night. LOCAL HLOTIOJL Remember the Auction Sale Of Oriental rugs next Tuesday at 10 a. in. and 2p. m. Don't fail to attend. Remember That the auction sale of the fine busi ness corner on Hastings avenue and Earl street takes place at 5 p. m. to morrow. An Entirely New Stock of silverware at prices that will save you money, at Leo Strouse's, 61 East Third street. ; Auction Sale Of Oriental rugs, portieres, etc. at 24 East Third street, Tuesday, May 1. For Kent. Part of store No. 01 East Third street. Suitable for office and wareroom, or light manufacturing business. Leo Strouse, 61 East Third Street, Successor to Strouse Bros., displays a very tine stock of diamonds, watches, silverware and clocks. Rogers' Triple-Plated Knives 52 per set at Leo Strouse's, 01 East Third street. The Famous Cooking ;WW* At the "Delicatessen" has been re sumed. Dinner 11 :45 a. m. to 2:30 p. m. The Most Favorable Prices to customers on diamonds and watches, at Leo Strouse's, 01 East Third street. • * | ; — -^— _ PIEI>. KIKBY— InSt. Paul, at residence of parents, 067 Conway street, Mary Agnes, aged nine teen years, beloved daughter of John and Ellen Kirby. Funeral from resilience "Wednesday at 8:30 a.m. Services at St. "Mary's church at S> o'clock. FOR FUNERALS— Carriages for $2 and hearse S3. E. W. Shirk's livery stable, 284, East Ninth street, corner Kosabel street. AIXKOITftCLMKiSTS. N OTIC IC— THE ANNUAL, MEETING of the stockholders of St. Peter Street Im provement company will be held at Room 73. Globe building, on Tuesday, May Bth, at 11 o'clock a. in. W. T. ileiiurran, Secre tary. OTICE TO Till* I'lBLK'-OVVING to death in my family and my absence from the city, I hereby withdraw my name as candidate for alderman in the Sixth ward in favor of William Berlandi. James N. Wilgus. OTICE— THE ANNUAL MEETING of the stockholders of the St. Paul Trust "■onipany, for the purpose of electing six di rectors and transaction of other business, will be held at the olliee of the company, No. 155 East Fourth street, St. Paul, Minn., on Wednesday, the 2d of May, A. D. 1888, com tnencing at 10 o'clock a. m. S. B. McCon nell, secretary. EHOVAI — I. W. J* A It Kit HAS KK moved to Room 10, chamber of com merce, where he will transact his loan and real estate business. ST. CATHERINE'S SCHOOL, NOW located at 447 East Eighth st., will be moved in September to 304 West Third st., Judge Nelson's former residence, where it is purposed to establish a first-class school for young ladies and children. Even- means will be employed to make the school worthy of the patronage of the best citizens of St. Paul. For particulars apply to the principal, Miss M. S. Businberre, successor to Miss E. A. Gill. BS&ituT*p.yg»|§!^ ■ 18p feiSPli %. Absolutely Pure* This powder never varies. A marvel of purity, strength and wholesomeness. More economical than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold in competition with the multitude of low test, short weight, alum or phosphate powders. Sold only In cans. Royal Baking Powt-K*: Co.. lot; Wall street. New York. Cullum* -Painless Method of Tooth Extraction. FII-jI-iI2SrC3-, -si, up. COR. SEVENTHand WABASHA. ST. PAUL. Pnnmo t0 '■' , ail " "- '" lllt ' Globe are seen by nuufiii> the most people. Every Farmer Knows That weeds must be torn up by the roots, or they will be sure to crop out again. So it is with diseases which have their origin in de praved blood. The cause of the complaint must be removed by Ayer's Sarsaparilla, or no permanent cure is possible. Try it. C. "W. Allen, Druggist, of Brunswick, Me., , says: "I have never known Ayer's Sarsa parilla fail to give satisfaction. In hundreds of cases within my knowledge it has proved a perfect specific for diseases arising from impurities in the blood. I regard it as an invaluable spring medicine." Ayer's Sarsaparilla, Prepared by Dr. J. C. Aver Ss Co., Lowell, Mass. Sold by all Dru^giflta. Price $1 ; six botti«ib, $5. Worth $5 a bottle. AMUSEMENTS. GRAND OPERA HOUSE TO-NIGHT. AT 8. TU-NIGHT. Special Wednesday Matinee. "THE FUNNIEST OF THEM ALL." ...pi O IST T !--- ORIGINAL SPARKS COMPANY ! (Edouin & Sanger, Proprietors.) In the greatest of all successes A BUNCH OF KEYS Or THE HOTEL! (By Chas. H. Hoyt.) MARIETTA NASH, and the Original Cast! "Sew Features! New Medleys! New Songs, Dances and Witticisms! ■--! Secure seats early to-day. - GRAND OPERA HOUSE. L. N. SCOTT, Manager. Thursday, Friday, Saturday Afternoon and "Sight. May 3, 4, 5, Engagement of the Eminent Character Actor and the Queen of Singing Soubrcttes, GEO. S. KNIGHT, Under the management of FRANK W. PAUL, in their Mcirv, Musical Comedy, OVER THE GARDEN WALL. The Funniest Play of All. Sale of seats opens this morning. . GRAND" May-Day Matinee AT THE OPERA HOUSE ON THE AFTERNOON OF TUESDAY, MAY 1, AT 2 O'CLOCK, WHEN Robertson's Comedy, "SCHOOL" Will be presented for the benefit of The Newsboys' Home and The Little Sisters of the Poor. New Scenery painted expressly for the occasion by Mr. Fred L. Powers, who has kindly as sumed the stage management., May Pole Dance by School Girls, under the direction of Prof. Evans. The stage will be beautifully decorated with grow ing plants and flowers furnished by the courtesy of Mr. E. V. Beales. The fol lowing well-known amateurs will be in the cast: Jack Poyntz Mr. J. H. Stewart Beau Farintosh Mr. C. E. Spencer Mr. Krux Mr. Morton Barrows Dr. Sutcliffe Mr. W. H. Patterson Lord Beaufoy.Mr. Francis H. Skipwith Vaughan Mr. A. H. Paget Footmen — Messrs. Arrow-smith and Sturgis Gamekeepers .Messrs. Gordon and Heath Bella Miss Gordon Naomi . Miss Sturgis Mrs. Sutcliffe Miss Beals Laura Miss Bend Tilly Miss Wheelock Milly Miss Dean Heme Miss Nina Dousman School Girls.. Mrs. J.P.Elmer, Misses Auerbach, Gibson, Griggs. Price, Tay lor, Maud Taylor, Stickney, Smyth, Stephenson, etc. Box office open for the sale of seats Thursday, April 20, at 9 a. m. Admis sion, 75c; reserved seats, 51. :di:m:e IMITTSETTIM. Kohl, Middleton & Co., Props. BRONCHO JOHN'S COWBOYS' CONVENTION AND INDIAN VILLAGE I 2 Theaters. On Two Stages. 2 Admission, One Dime. " TECH GETTYSBURG WAR PANORAMA ! Cor. Sixth and St. Peter Sts.. St. Paul. CUT OUT. fi ff b B Is I H PROHIBITION TICKET. For Mayor, HENRY B. QUICK. For Comptroller; CHARLES N. WOODWARD. For Treasurer, MAURICE A. WURTS. For Associate Justice Municipal Court, DANIEL W. DOTY. For Justice of the Peace, JOHN W. RHIN.ES. For Constables, OSCAR WOLF, GEORGE D. HUFF. Aldermen at Large, GUNNER E. CASSEL, FRANCIS McGUIRE, CHARLES D. BENTLEY, DAVID L. BILLINGSLEY, JOHN E. YOAK, WILLIAM THORN. For Aldermen, Ist Ward, OLAF SUNDGAARD. 2d Ward, CHARLES E. MAGRAW. 3d Ward, ISAAC T. WATERHOUSE. 4th Ward, GEORGE J. VIRTUE. sth Ward, AUSTIN S. FISKE. 6th Ward, J". H. LIND. 7th Ward, CHARLES F. HAMMOND. Bth Ward, CARL ANDERSON. 9th Ward, Fremont R.McMANIGAL. 10th Ward, THOMAS W. WALLACE. TO ""!*" effects o? youthful I *» v a MB ■■■■errors, early de cay, lost manhood, etc. I will send a valuable treatise (sealed) containing* full particular, tor home euro, free of charge. Address, _; PROF. F. C. FOWLER. Moodus, Conn. THE SAINT PAUL DAILY GLOBE TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 1, 1888. DEMOCRATS, REPUBLICANS, Independent and Prohibition Voters SUPPORT THE GREAT ONE-PRICE clothing company, THE EVER POPULAR CANDIDATES For Public Favor! Excitable politicians and exaggerating speakers in warm debate, who have so faithfully worked for their mission, will please cease saying so many naughty things and on Wednesday, with a good old-fashioned shake hands over the results of the elections, proclaim to every man, woman or child in the city that they should forth with go to The Great Manhattan £ Clothing Co. And select a Suit, an Overcoat, a Pair of Pants, a Hat, a Boy's Short or Long Pant Suit, Men's Furnishings, or anything in our store, for the male sex he may be in need of, and pay a much lower price than same quality goods can be obtained elsewhere. FORGET NOT that Aye are leaders and originators of FRIDAY BARGAIN SALES! Remember, every Fri day, Ten Great Bargains will be offered to an appre ciative public, and we know, so does everybody else, that whatever we advertise, we not only produce, but every word of our "adds" is truth. We follow no one, we are bound to be Leaders in Low Prices, in the best of goods and in the most square dealing. \ ; Come and investigate every statement made by us from time to time, examine our large stock and prices. - V■ 0 ''■ £ EVERYBODY WELCOME I EVERYBODY^ ALIKE! Hgp .; THE GREAT f/ "1 One-Price Clothing Company, 161 TO 167 EAST SEVENTH STREET, COR. JACKSON. Send for our Spring and Summer Illustrated Catalogue. NorthSLPaul! As the result of but eight months work shows an unparalled record in the history of the growth of cities. A farm eight months since, a city of 2-000 PEOPLE TO-DAY With over 350 buildings erected at a cost of over 8600,000. Over $25,000 ex pended in railroad improvements; $40, --000 expended in street improvements; twelve factories, representing combined capital of $980,000 established ; live addi tional factories, with a combined capital of $250,000, will commence building at once and be in operation this year. Waterworks are projected for this year, already boring has commenced for water, and to test the existence of nat ural gas. North St. Paul has its news paper, three hotels, handsome school house costing $12,000, live railroad pas senger stations, trains running to and from St. Paul at frequent intervals, telephone and telegraph service, a bank, six churches, and has been selected by the Wisconsin Railroad company as the site for their new shops which, when completed, will employ 1,000 hands, and will cost over $225,000. REMEMBER! That this is the result of but eight months' work, and that twice this much supromised this building season. Man ifacturers and others wishing to locate in the most enterprising, active and rapidly growing city in the country can secure all information by addressing or calling upon the North St. Paul Land Go. National German American Bank Building, ST. PAUL MINN. REAL ESTATE. | SMITH & TAYLOR, 317 Jackson St., St. Paul. $6,ooo— House and lot on Marshall ave nue; 8 rooms; bath, sewer, furnace, . city water, storm sash, barn, etc. Easy terms. $s,ooo— House and lot on Marshall ave nue, facing south; barn. Easy terms. $2,400- South-facing lot in block 11, Summit Park Addition; one- fourth cash, balance 5 years. MONEY TO LOAN i SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE UNDER A Decree in Partition ! Juliet P. Mattocks. Plaintiff, vs. John Mat tocks, Sarah Mattocks, Brewer Mattocks, Emma Mattocks, Julia B. Northrup, Henry J. Northrup, Helen P. Spencer, George Spencer, Walter H. Mattocks, James Selby Mattocks, Sherwood S. Mattocks, Fanny T. Mattocks and Jessie P. Mattocks and All Persons Unknown Having or Claiming an Interest in the Property Described in the Complaint in this Action, Defendants. Notice is hereby given, that by virtue of a decree of the District Court of the Second Judicial District and County of Ramsey, State of Minnesota, rendered and made in the above entitled action on the 11th day of April, A. D. 1888, whereby, among other things, it was decreed that Die property described in the complaint be sold by the undersigned referees, at public vendue to the highest bidder for cash, that we will sell the south east quarter of the southwest quarter of section twenty-four, township twenty nine, of range twenty-two, lying and being in the County of Ramsay and Stale of Minnesota, at the front door of the Court House in St. Paul, at the corner of Wabasha and Fifth streets, on Saturday, the 2d day of June, A. D. 1888, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, to the highest bidder therefor for cash. Ten per cent of the bid of the party to whom said laud is struck off must be paid down at the time and place of sale, or the un dersigned will again at once offer the same for sale; balance of bid must be paid upon continuation of sale and delivery of deed. The tract will be sold in one parcel. R.W. JOHNSON. J. J. WATSON. W. H. HYNDMAN, Referees. REAL ESTATE AND FINANCIAL AGENT. EMMETT F. KNIGHT i Room 14, Frost Block, Money Invested for, and Property of Non-residents carefully at tended to. INTERNATIONAL HOTEL. Center of business. Electric bells and ail modern improvements. Dining loom unsurpassed. $2 per day. P. DOUGHER. Proprietor, St. Paul. mm Wm\. «lw .mwAl#Aj'^B WS Ami W_, Mm rjSflßffiSflßffmr ■» d<y*i*n**j r a' gw «PSI mWB *9"S WfßL^jH OFFERS SOME RARE 8A.K,0-A.I3STS . ; —IN ' ! Unredeemed Pledges, $74 - £ OS, L NEW, $115- AN -OPEN <C£/V-BOUGnT A SnORT TIME AGO tpio±! facel4-cnrat gold case, with a B. •IPOtJ and cost $100; Pledge No. 2131; ■■ W. Raymond Elgin movement: patent regit- this Is an elegant diamond locket composed • lator,ißrtquet hairspring; adjusted to heat, of thirteen stones, very brilliant, set in the cold and position; the cases are richly en- form of a star surrounded by plain Roman graved. , Call and . ask for Pledge No. 14, gold, making a very pretty combination. page 60. -zr— -i-^ : Vl'2 J-CANNOTBE BOUGHT NEW $14.50 l>le£e G No. A^B4B; 0 a S hidy'!dia^ '?i*- JAJ * YrT for less than * 35 ; Piedge No. mond ring, one stone, perfectly white, very 19, page 56, a lady solid gold watch; full- brilliant ana without a flaw; hammered jeweled .Elgin movement, %-r.late; stem Roman gold mounting, wind and setter ; magnificent engraved cases, ffitf>l , VFT T WOBTW cor. PT vnrv vn ' entirely new design ; used about two months. *ff»V,l AxS- .^7- °. KrH '— PLEDGE ISO. •srz ,. — „.„-.„_ ._ — - C* - 1 - 203o ; this is a pair of solitaire dia *»ll £— PLEDGE NO. 8, PAGE 111— AN mond earrings; two very -fine stones, nicely 7* ■*- V ,* open face 4-ounce coin silver watch, matched ; plain gold mountings. jeweled Elgin movement; stem wind and ,» -^ — , ,- — ~^ . z setter; guaranteed for time. Wlnu ana e^R-ORIGINAIi COST J450-THIS '*.-. .-.,-. r,.-.TK.^ m — WAs I *J is a lady's dtamond pendant and SRI -?n~9 A *? NO T BE DUPLICATED lace pin, consisting of thirty-live white f^'jy,. for less than $210; Pledge 2300; stones set In the shape of a horseshoe and this is a diamond stud weighing nearly 2% star, making it one of the handsomest pend carats; finely cut and perfect; very brilliant, ants in the city; ask for Pledge No. 2224 neat gold mounting. . ■ ■ <l»0/\— wniTTT*H*iF Amr B.Dnnv ,m <K£n- ORIGINAL COST $100— PLEDGE %n\J «ko- « hL?nHfn? ™i?^ G IN A T -4POU No. 9, page 55; a gent's hunting *P*J\J SSO. a beautiful pair of diamond case 14-carat gold watch- three-otiarter sleeve buttons.; the mountings are of. 1 lain g^e Elgin movement^full-jewel^ Roman gold, rich and elegant; No. 2056. paiision balance, richly engraved cases, open (2?Q*n — ACTUALLY WORTH £35: ace in center for a monogram; a perfect *®A*\J Pledge No. 2278; a gent's scarf timepiece ; comparatively new. pin in the shape of a bull's head, set with -m. a O-XFVVR post tvss tit ax* «?p twelve niDies and a diamond, making a very S>4<!^ l.i»^ V* 5 S \-* S7C ~ odd design. Tr^r* ** lert " e No. 3, page 5o; agent's ■ — : - hunting, box case gold watch, stem-wind and COO— WHEN FIRST BOUGHT COST setter; Elgin full-jeweled nickel move *2?A*A* $45 ; a 3-ounce coin silver watch | ment; handsome engraved cases; guaranteed with the celebrated Crescent Street Waltham a fine timepiece. movement, patent regulator, Briquet hair- — spring; adjusted to heat, cold and position; SRIQT^ OUR KICE: ORIGINAL guaranteed not to vary over ten seconds a %'■*-*-'• * *J cost $33— Pledge No. 2, page month; ask for Pledge 12, page 112. 60; a lady's gold filled case watch. Elgin (ft-Jn-COST NEW 850-PLEDGE NO. 2, Wnfew Vementl stemwi » d &nd Setter; "-* «fl>»_)v/ page 49; an open-face, patent dust- ■ — '- — . ■ proof, gold filled cases; William Ellery CjO/"I— WOULD BE CHEAP AT $18— Waltham nickel movement; full-jeweled -tJPOL/ Pledge No. 5, page 58, a gent's stem-wind and setter; cases guaranteed for hunting solid gold watch; full-jeweled Elgin twenty years; has only been carried about movement; stem wind and setter; top and six months. • bottom engraved cases, Would call special attention to our large stock of Jewelry of all kinds. Also our fine assortment of Silver-Plated Ware and Genuine Marble Clocks. Goods sent C. 0. D. with privilege of examination. $20,000 TO LOAN AT LOW RATES. DICKINSON'S! FOURTH, FIFTH AND ST. PETER STREETS, ST. PAUL. THIS CARRIAGE! ONLY $5.50. Guaranteed Just Exactly. As Represented Above. Either Parasol Instead of Canopy Top, Wood or Wire Wheels. . Upholstered Back and Seat With Best of Ramie. We have a magnificent line of Baby Carriages, representing the three best manufacturers in the United States, and showing over 200 different styles, and guarantee to undersell any merchant in Minnesota. ■■—-- —^*— *— — **!*********; *— -— ■— ■ — ;*******"*" ***^^~^~-.^""^^— m, i —--^.^^—^__—_______^___________ ■— I Ml llf mrr*+l*imMmmm*M!Wi*m.i..ui.juijiL*jitm**i*u* t u. ■■■ lIWH |mi. _,_ m ___n~ AND 1 I Shirts To Order. Satisfaction Guaranteed. 153 East Third Street, four doors above Merchants Hotel, ST. PAUL. cßimsEaßEmßEßa3tt&:mcasaa^szsttxsmaßß&Eißaßaß^3B^aa^^^B^^^& SCHLIEK WW, 85 and 89 East Third Street, St. Paul. New Novelties in Spring Styles of Fine Footwear! LADIES' AND GENTS' WALKING SHOES, Suitable for Street Wear. New Spring Goods Being Received Daily, Means from us much more than it usually does. By. lt we mean that we offer yon your choice from one of the largest and best selected stocks of Fujrfiiffiirej Carfcets and Stoves in St. Paul, on eafcy terms and very close prices. We trUßt you will call and give us an opportunity to prove to yDu that we paean just what we have said. SMITH & FABWEIL, 389. 341 «ft 343 E. Seventh Street. FINE TAILORING! Duncan & Barry, 30 East Third Street. , , . St. Paul. $C ft ft ft ft WORTH OFCARPETS,DRAPERIES, *1 i 3 11-3*ll WALL PAPER, FURNITURE and all sorts llllivll V of Household Goods will be sold at a " large discount in order to quit busi ness. Fixtures for sale and store for rent, at 221 East Seventh Street A. H. LOHLKER. — — .. **3 [TpHE I PLYMOUTH J CLOTHING H°U5E i I i j , ; I i ■ "Our Deeds still follow from afar, .1 And what we have been makes us what we are. "-George Eliot. If The Plymouth Clothing House ' Is the largest Wholesale and Retail Clothing and Outfitting I House in the Northwest. The Minneapolis store has been for five 1 years the leading house in Minneapolis; the new store for the « I convenience of our St. Paul friends is the leading house of the I kind in St. Paul, and the combined stocks of the two stores will afford an extent and variety of wearing apparel that no similar organization in Chicago can surpass. Between our customers and us there need be no middlemen to demand one profit on top * of another, and so increase retail prices on clothing, hats and shoes. Wo- are our own buyers, direct from the mills, and our own importers, and from the principal factories in the East to our counters there is but a single added item of cost—the cost of shipping and transportation with not a single jobber, broker or dealer, to come between us and the individual purchaser, 1 i !■ Cor. Seventh & Robert Sts., J St. Paul. j mm tie mum sLsngU Is fei. UsLs UsUsL-5. i - — ÜBTC I PHTCI HfITSI_HATS ! Spring Style Hats! Hats, $2, $2.50, $3, $3.50, $4, Sole agent for the celebrated Schindler & Co.'s hats. The best $5 silk hat in the city. Shirts Made to Order. Full Line of Furnishing Goods, M.J. O'BRIEN, 424 Jackson St.. Corner Seventh St. The present townsite is a fine, dry, high and level tract of 1.200 acres, lo cated on the Mississippi river, East from St. Paul, adjoining the city limits and on the River Divisions of both the Chi cago, Milwaukee & St. Paul and "Bur lhurton" Railways. The -'Burlington" runs hourly motor trains between St. Paul Union Depot and St. Paul Park; fare 6c. See time table in daily papers. SUBURBAN RESIDENCE SECTION. The most desirable section, a tract consisting of about 400 acres and located oxer half a mile remote from the manu facturing district, is reserved exclu sively for the finer class of suburban residences, where no residence is al lowed to be built costing less than $1,200; in this section there will be completed in 1888 over 40 residences, costing from $2,500 to $5,000 each; these lots range in price from $-250 to $400 each on easy terms, are all 2^-acre lots, with 80-foot streets. MANUFACTURING DISTRICT. A cash bonus of $100 for each workman continuously employed, and land on side tracks necessary for factory buildings, will be donated to reputable manufact ure c concerns to locate at St. Paul Park. The following are now in operation: Capacity, Workmen. ! J. L. Spencer & Co., Carriages 200 j St. Paul Knitting Works 300 Henry A. Muckle, Sleighs 75 W. R. Church Cart Co., Carts 50 St. Paul Park Silk Co., Silk Goods . . 25 St. Paul Park Broom Co., Brooms.. 50 | Globe Engine and Boiler Works. . .". 25 H. A. Peterson, Agr'l Implements. 25 John Dudley Lumber Co 25 Total 775 Lots in this section, $200 to $300ceach. Terms $25 cash and $10 per month. For price list, maps and other infor mation call on or address ST. PAUL PARK IMPROVEMENT CO., 28 East Fourth Street, St. Paul, Minn. Branch Office on the grounds opposite depot, in charge of C. A. Parker. Maiilon D. Miller, President. Fred. S. Bryant, Secretary. d&@__&___ M . * Prescribe and fully en 4M£r?T 7^**_M dorse Big CJ as the only •■^itoidits^S specific for the certain cur« l_rl BUI of this disease. rSSS BWatai. "l .-. H TiCfWi ix am it d., I m aw Striate*. ■ "•"•■'■""llAliAM.M.D., m nwnmn. .Amsterdam, N. Y. ! I xrdoaiybytk* "We have sold Big G for ' Slrini C&imlal 00. man years, and it baa * nr.~t7ml« TOWW given the best of -'8 m OlTir*ln-»ii,B*aaai fiction. (ga^OS-JoWJtt D*. R.DYCTTE&CO., j jr^in»ii g r « . Chicago, 111. •^^^■^^•rilil.OO. Sold by Druggist* , FURS! NOW is the time to attend to any alteration or REPAIRS On Furs. You get better work for less money. We make a specialty of STORAGE I Insuring- you against damage by moth or loss by fire. Call and leave your address and we will send for your furs. RANSOif&IORTON, 99 and 101 E. Third St., St. Paul. PROCLAMATION! St. Paul, April 28, 1558. By the terms of Section 70, Chapter 4, of the General Laws of the Legislature of the State of Minnesota for 1887, en« titled "An Act Relating to Elections," etc., and approved March 8, A. D. 1887, it is made the duty of the Mayor on the day next preceding any election to issue his proclamation in a public manner that the provisions of Section Seventy (70) of said act will be strictly enforced. In accordance therewith, notice is hereby given that whoever shall sell or give away at retail any spirituous, malt, vinous or intoxicating liquor, or who ever shall keep open any saloon or bar room or place where such liquor is sold or given away on the first Tuesday of May, A. D. 1888, the day fixed bylaw for general elections, from the hour of live (")) o'clock in the forenoon to the hour of eight (8) o'clock in the after noon, within the limits of the city of St. Paul, shall, on conviction, be fined In a sum not less than one hundred (100) dol lars, nor more than three hundred (800) dollars, for each and every otTcuse. The Chief of Police will see to the enforce ment of the act, and that patrolmen give personal notice, as far as practica* Die, to saloonkeepers, proprietors of hotels and other dealers in liquors doing business within their respective beats, that a strict compliance with this law will be expected and enforced. _ , . „ ROBERT A. SMITH. By the Mayor, Attest: Tups. A. Pi:kn-i>ku<; ast. City Clerk. STORAGE Household Goods. STORAGE W Buggies, Carriages and Sleighs. STORAGE Car Lots a specialty. Track into build ing. 0. B. THURSTON, 201, 203, 205 Eagle Street, Telephone Call 54*-3. ST. I'ALX.