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The Art Loan Exhibit to Be Continued j
Two Days. | ,
A BIG DRAMATIC SUCCESS.
flnmarous Social and .sacral Itaais cf
Interest to Blafi City
People.
The Art Loan exhibit, which opened
Tuesday at the residence of lion. 11. R.
Murdock, has been patronized by peo
ple of culture anal refinement and by
lovers of art quite generally, despite the
disagreeable weather. The parties in
charge have decided to continue the
exhibit on Monday and Tuesday after
noons anal evenings of this week, as
are very many who still desire its con
tinuance. Among the many valuable
and rare specimens of art which the
collection affords are "A Good Story,"
Leo Hermann; "Old Curiosity Shop,"
by Mueller, and "A Study of Sheep,"
by Verboeckhoven. Among the contrib
utors arc T. B. Walker, of Minneapo- |
lis, who loans several rare and
valuable paintings, and Capt. Lov
ett, who loans some fine curios.
Among the most interesting features of
the exhibit are the specimens of Japan
ese and Corea paintings, one of which a
Japanese moonlight scene woven in
velvet on silk is a wonder. On Monday
from four to six p. in. the exhibit will
be opened to the children of the public
schools at ten cents each. The expense
which lias been attendant upon this
venture has been very great, and as no
person is to be benefited pecuniarily by
it a liberal patronage upon the last two
evenings ought to follow. Judge Mur
• dock and lady have very generously
opened their house for the exhibition
free of cost.
The dramatic entertainment at the
Grand opera house on Friday evening
was an immense success, and the parts
were all well sustained. Those of the
farce of the "Quid Family" most notice
able were T. E. Fellows'. 11. V. Quack
enbush as Barnaby and Benjamin
Bibbs, respectively: T. K. Converse as
Peter Parker; and the ladies. Mrs 11. P.
Thome and Miss Belle Rankin. In the
drama of "Among the Breakers," were
David Murray, by Bonis Migault, a
strong character, lion. Bruce Hunter,
by W. C. Masterman, was well rend
ered. Clarence Hunter, by 11. W. Nis
bet, of London. England, a young
man sojourning here for a year who
played his part with She aptness of a
professional. Peter Paragraph was im
personated by T. E. Fellows with fine
effect. Larry Divine by 11. W. Davis,
and Scud, the colored servant, by 11. V.
Quackenbusn, handled their characters
in an inimitable style. The ladies, Miss
Margie Lambert, as Minnie Daze: Bess
Starbright. by Mrs. Chester McKusick;
Mother Carey, by Mrs. C. 1). Gish, and
Biddy Bean by Miss Eliza May: all took
their parts in a pleasing manner, anal
the large audience present was the
evidence of their popularity.
Mrs. Martha Olson, mother of .Mrs. A.
T. Lindholm, died at her daughter's
residence at 2 a. m. .yesterday. She
was advanced in years and death was
the natural result of tiie decay of tin!
vital forces. The funeral will occur
from the residence at 2 *>. in. to-day.
The eleventh annual meeting of the
Stillwater Building and Loan associa
tion was held last evening at Music
hall, at which a new board or' directors
was elected. A new set of officers will
be selected from among the board of
directors.
Miss Gertie Nelson, Mrs. C. N. Nel
son. Miss Mabel Seward, .J. c. Rhodes,
.Jr.. attended the matinee of "School" at
St. Paul last Tuesday.
f Miss Elinor Smith, a charming young
lady, who has been the guest of Dr. and
Mrs. W. 11. Came, has returned to her '
home at Ravenna, O.
Dr. J. C. Rhodes, who has been con
i.'t' i ' — — —
That is our way of doing business, and what we have
been doing ever since we came to St. Paul. And how?
Not by selling trash or misrepresenting goods, but by
selling Honest Goods at EXTBAOKDINAEY Low
Prices. We are showing 2,000 Men's and Youths' Suite
at $15, same as are sold everywhere at from $18 to $25.
These goods embrace Worsteds in every shade, Cassi
meres, Cheviots, and are in Four-Button Cut-Aways or
Sacks; are as well made and trimmed as most custom
work. Of course, we carry the Finer Goods, Suits,
Silk-Lined, Silk Backs in Vests, from $20 to $85.
Spring Overcoats ! The line of Silk-Faced and Silk-
Lined Meltons, Kerseys, Cheviots and Cassimeres at
$15 is Superb.
We are pleased to show you through our Stock'
whether you wish to buy or not.
Bar Stock is the Largest ! Oar Store the Lightest !
Gar Prices the Lowest I
CLOTHIER,
Corner Seventh and Robert Streets,
Hotel Ryan Block, - St. Paul, Minn.
fined to the house' for about nine weeks,
is much improved anal will be able to be •
out in a few days.
J. 11. Hausner and wife came in from
White Bear Lake on ' Friday evening to j
witness the entertainment at the Grand
Opera house.
Miss Walker and Miss Wales, of
Minneapolis, have been' the guests of
Alice Murdock during a portion of last
week. --;'
Mrs. Ida Van Tassell has taken Miss
Morton's place in the County Clerk
Bennett's office at the court house.
Miss Gordon and Mrs. Scheffer, of St.
Paul, were visitors at Mrs. Charles N.
Nelson's am Friday and Saturday.
11. T. Akers anal wife have removed
to Mankato. Minn., where he has en
gaged iii' business.':*
Mrs. W. 11. Bromley left Friday for
a visit for several months down in lowa
and New York.
Mr. and Mrs. S.W.Clark, nee. Norton,
returned Thursday from a short bridal
trip to Chicago.
The Uniform Bank, K. of P., have an
other of their social parties on Wednes
day evening.
A. Erickson, head salesman for E. A.
Phinney, has resigned anal removed to
Minneapolis.
Mrs. W. G. Woodruff and Mrs. Harry
(apron left on Tuesday for a visit alown
in Wisconsin.
Mrs. "Ah" Wilkinson, of St. Paul,
was a guest of Hon. K. Lehmicke Fri
day.
E. I). Bufiington left last evening for
Columbus, Ohio, on a business trip.
In the New Quarters.
The wholesale tobacco house of Aug.
Beck & Co., known as the largest and
oldest in the Northwest, " has recently
been moved from 105 and 107 East Fifth
street to 322 Sibley, lormerly occupied
by Finck & McAuley. The house was
established in Chicago in 1855, and the
St. Paul branch has been in operation
for over live years, having in that time
built up a splendid trade, extending
through the territories. Ernst Werner,
the gentlemanly manager, was seen and
asked about the great stock carried by
his house. A look through the estab
lishment revealed great piles of the
finest imported leaf tobacco, represent
ing thousands of dollars; stacks of plug,
fine cut and smoking in packages; pipes
anal smokers' articles in endless quanti
ties. The brands which the house are
now making a specialty of are the
"Eureka," line cut; "Kentucky Long
Cut," '"Kentucky Leaf," "Yum Yum,"
and "Belle of St. Paul," smoking, and
"Beck's Cut Plug." The goods handled
are nearly all their own manufacture.
Visited by a Cyclone.
Galena, 111., May 5.— A severe wind
storm passed over Elizabeth yesterday,
leveling fences, outbuildings anal other
objects in its path. A frame building
under process of construction in the vil
lage was completely wrecked anal six
men were thrown from the roof to. the
ground, a distance of twenty feet, but
none fatally injured. . The storm came
from the southwest anal was accom
panied by rain and violent hail. Con
siderable damage was done to property
at Savannah, but. there were no fatali
ties.
A Successful Descent.
Pauls, 111., May s.— James W. Bisk,
an aeronaut, made a successful descent
with a parachute from a balloon, from
an altitude of nearly a mile. The para
chute did not fully open out until Fisk
had fallen nearly 200 feet. Then the
descent became very gentle and a land
ing was made about a quarter of a mile
cast of the starting point.
— i^^»
The Latest Out.
In perfumes and toilet articles at Hip
pier & Collier's Ail-Night Pharmacy,
Seventh and Sibley.
-_»-
You Can Get Any Repairs
i For your stoves at 1«; and 188 West '
j Seventh street.
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i plnia to let nils. In the Globe are seen by -
{ ' iuio the most people. -,i &' I *•'.-
THE SAINT PAUL DAILY GLOBE: SUNDAY MORNING, : MAY 6, 1888.— TWENTY PAGES.
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WORTH OF
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aXsa ____ ■___ ___■ ___■ Er^___v^ ■_■— ■ ____ _> a
TO BE SOILiDD
SEVENTH ; STREET, COR. CEDAR,
03ST FORMER PRICES.
On account of my landlord having- given me unexpected notice to move out of my store on expiry of lease, and not know
ing where or when I can secure another suitable store, I have concluded to put my entire stock on the market at terribly
reduced prices, so that it will be sold out by the time my lease expires.
Fine French Balbriggan Underwear which I have sold for §1.50 and $2 a Suit, now for $1.25 and $1.50 a Suit. Striped
and Plain Domestic Balbriggari Underwear from 75c and $1 a Suit; worth $1 and $1.25 a Suit.
The most terrific cut to beg-in with will be on Hats. I shall offer all of my rag-ular $3 Derbys, in Black, Brown, Tan
and Russet, at $2 each, and this is the cheapest Hat in America, and don't you forget it. Also all my $2.50 Derbys now
$1.75. A line of fine Crush Hats in Black, Blue, Pearl, Nutria, Cindamon, etc., for 85c, worth $1.25. The finest French Im
ported Crush Hats, in eight or ten elegant shades, which' have sold for $2.50, now for $1.75.
During This Sale My Popular Double-Back Unlaundried Shirt, 1800 All-Linen Bosom, for 40 c
Everything fines. Come and^p Yourselves. Save Money at
C 2"?" This. Safe Would Not Have Been Made Had I No^Beien Compelled to Leave My Store.
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NEWEST' NOVELTIES
IN
AND
SIGN OF THE STREET CLOCK,
r 7± EAST 3RD STREET,
I *^^*i/"^^^^^^ / What a Bargain Is ? >M
I J*r^^fe^^^^^ffi~?A If not, we will tell you. Whefi'S
i /\^^^^T^^^- you can save from $& t0 10 on *j§
i^m^^W' THAT ' A BARGAIN|
1 Amazed beyond comprehension are the people who see our mam-tig
• I moth, handsome and elegant display of BABY CARRIAGES. On*M
§ statement that they were beauties, and all fresh and clean, was jkntj|
just to such a stock as ours. They are praised by every one. One.jl
sS lady purchaser said she almost envied baby in his handsome bug?yi*g
m remarking, when she was a baby, they hauled her around in a three-
H wheel carriage, finally closing by praising the genius who improved M
I and re-improved Baby Carriages so that her dear baby could ride in la
g such a handsome Carriage , as the one she purchased. Hereafter 1
§ every mother can be gratified by riding* her baby in a nice Carriage, m
I because - she can buy them so much cheaper, considering what I
I was charged by other dealers. The handsome carriage shown B
Eg above sells at $21.00. It cannot be duplicated elsewhere for less §
1 than §30.00. Besides this beauty we show over three hundred §
■ others- Particular among the lot are those we sell at §8.50, §12.00, 1
| §15.00, SIB.OO, 820,00 and 522.00. Any one of these Carriages win Eg
'■ discount any others shown in St. Paul for §5 or §10 more money. 1
I REMEMBER WE CARRY THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT, and sell I
1 at the LOWEST PRICES at the |
I Golden Rule, I
171 and 73 East Seventh St., St PauL |
WRITE FOR PRICE LIST AND CATALOGUE.!
c_a"__a_^a^ 1 1
05g^Get-The Best
Carpet House
AM on Quality and Values
*&£ Ho. 3 and 4 Frame Lowell Brussels run in «-gs&m
&^~ as Best Body Brussels.
Best 5 Frame Bigelow & Hartford Brussels $1.25 in new and
Choice Designs.
This is about 25c per yard less than these goods are sold
for in Chicago ot the East. We wish to establish a name which
means first-class goods and extra values in carpets and draperies.
Good desirable Styles Body Brussels, $1 to $1.15.
Best Moquettes, $1.35 to $1.50, in newest styles.
Best Ex Super Ingrain Carpets, 65, 75 and 80c-
Best Tapestry Brussels in the Roxbury and other well-known
makes-
Kensington Art Carpets, new designs.
Smyrna Rugs, new designs and colorings.
Linoleums, new designs.
Wall Papers for the million. Magnificent Friezes from 9to 30
inches, Metallic, Leather, Pressed, Ingrain, Plain and
Figured Ingrains. Mica, Embos s2d and Color Gilt and
Copper Combinations, White Blanks (an elegant line ot
15c. and 12 l-2c papers). .^
We have also just opened a very choice line of Thin Silk Drap
eries(for sash curtains), Fine Chenille Portieres, Chenille
Table Covers, Marbleized Silk Plushes, Double Width
Crushed Plushes, etc., etc., etc.
OLIVER BAKER,
417 and 419 Wabasha Street.
'SSL. Mail Orders Promptly Attended To. WSS
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SHIRTMAKERS !
I Shirts To Order. Satisfaction Guaranteed. .
I 153 East Third Street, four doors above Merchants Hotel, I
I : . : V •••■ •■•' ST. PAUL. •: '■ j
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STANDARD GOODS !
LOWEST PRICES !
Times are dull, and. though we are doing a good business, perhaps more
than any competitor, we are very anxious to 16 I goods, and will offer lower prices
than ever before i.i St. Paul.
(jtl CERTAIN DEALERS SAT I CAN
<iPlt-/ not sell a new 14-k. filled case gent's
size watch, with new stem wind and set El
gin movement, for $15; call and see; 10 per
cent off to dealers, cash, iv half-dozen lots;
warranted.
(•£1 X— SOMETHING IN LADIES' SIZE,
S?l_* fully guaranteed.
<ji"l DUEBEU OR BOSS 14-K. FILLED
<IPIO ladies', elegantly engraved, with fine
Elgin movements.
(JtOO- COST SSO— A BOSS GOLD FILLED
V^'O hunting, stem wind case, lever set
mansard, full engraved, with a flue Carrier
Springfield, 111., movement, in perfect order; J
shows but little wear.
— 14-CARAT GOLD FILLED SCREW
<\?.jAs case and nickel movement, both
made by the Waltham Watch company, and
first-class in every respect.
c'JO- OPEN FACE, GOLD FILLED 14-K.
•"p*JO handsomely engraved, with an en
tire new Appleton, Tracy & Co. nickel move- j
ment, jewels set in solid gold setting, Bri
quet hair spring, patent pinion and regulator j
movement, too well known to call for any |
more remarks.
<R1 '""I - COLD FILLED, OPEN FACE, i
•pal-' stem wind watch, with an. Elgin j
movement, cut expansion balance; good i
timer. ".'r.-T.-- j
SJOQ— A BOSS FILLED HUNTING, STEM !
♦jP/OO wind, top and bottom engraved, '
with a Kockford movement; au excellent I
timekeeper.
a2rt"/\— WORTH $125, AND ACTUALLY'
•4?UU cost $14 y Heavy, lu*-k.. O'O-dwt.,
gold case, beautifully engraved; has been in
use but a short time: fine B. W. Raymond,
gilt adjusted, patent regulator and pinion; I
very accurate timekeeper.
(H*n-COST $85— A 14-K. HUNTING
*_)U"_* gold case, stem-wind, mansard
style, full engraved, with a full jeweled
Hampden movement; jewels set in gold
setting; very close timekeeper.
G?Ol'*|— NEVER COST LESS THAN $125—
<$OV/0 V/ A very heavy 14-k. Dueber gold
c_sa-box style, one of the handsomest en
graved cases in stock; Appletou-Tracy
Waltham movement: In perfect condition;
almost new; a bargain.
00/]- VERY' SIMILAR IN CASE TO
<J?OV_/ the above-described case; oval on
edge; heavy, vermicelli, engraved; has a
fine nickle movement, Elgin; jewel in gold
setting; patent regulator and pinion.
G|?/'^v— $100— LOUIS XIV. PAL
•jpU—" ace joint perfectly smooth; case,
14-k. has a monogram on front, but can be
taken off at a small expense; movement a
flue three-quarter interchangeable Elgin, and
at above price a rare bargain.
*JR— LOUIS XIV. GOLD CASE WITH
0_" a Waltham movement; in perfect
oi'dert: cut expansion balance; well worth
$50 to $00.
ffIjOO— COST $40— LADY'S HUNTING
tjpX'O gold watch; stem winder and setter;
Louis XIV. 13-jeweled Elgin movement.
(*•/]()- A BEAUTY; LADY'S HUNTING
__" 14 carat gold case; vermicelli en
graved, with a plain band through the cen
iTo_rfn_Nrij v INGHAM
1 Private oflice for con J ** • -"• All WllXllll^
Itial business. You will seel *-\r*.T » i r\
Bnoevialence of a Pawnbroker's! 327 JaCKSOn Street,
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"~*___lS~"W"o*R."D ==
INSTALLMENT!
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Means from us much more than it usually does. By it we mean that we offer you
your choice from one of the largest and best selected stocks of Furniture, Carpets
awl Stoves in St. Paul, on easy terms and very close prices. We trust you will
call and give us an opportunity to prove to you that we mean just what we have
said. SMITH & FARWELL. 339. 341 & 343 E. Seventh Street. J , ..,. :: -
_3T__ TIO*ISr*E3*R,
Engraves Wedding Invitations, Announcements, Visiting Cards, Monograms
Crests, Seals, Dies, etc. Stationery Stamped and Illuminated. Call aud see the
novelties in Staple and Fancy Stationery. Seaside Libraries.
IJL3 EAST THIRD STREET ST. PAUL- MINN.
IRaMALEYSS^s
•§**_3&-»* ' • ,' * * : .-~*"*Nr- -
I .■?__••_; GLOBE-JDBDFfICE
SALE OF VALUABLE
REAL ESTATE
UNDER A
Decree in Partition !
Juliet P. Mattocks. Plain vs. John Mat
tocks, Sarah Mattocks, brewer Mattocks,
Emma Mattocks, Julia B. Northrup, Henry I
J. Northrup, Helen P. Spencer, George '
Spencer, Walter 11. Mattocks, James Selby
Mattocks, Sherwood S. Mattocks, Fanny T.
Mattocks and Jessie P. Mattocks and All .
Persons Unknown Having or Claiming an I
Interest in the Property Described in the I
Complaint in this Action, Defendants. '
Notice is hereby given, that by virtue of a J
decree of the District Court of the Second I
Judicial District and County of Ramsey, State j
of Minnesota, rendered and made in theabove
entitled action on the 11th day of April, A. I
D. 1888, whereby, among otherthings, it was |
decreed that the property described in the I
complaint be sold by the undersigned j
referees, at public vendue to the highest i
bidder for cash, that we will sell the south- i
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 State of Minnesota, at
the front door of the Court House in St. j
Paul, at the corner of Wabasha and Fifth j
streets, on Saturday, the 2d day of June, I
A. D. 1888, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, !
to the highest bidder therefor for cash.
Ten per cent of the bid of tbe party to :
whom said land is struck off must bo paid '
down at the time and place of sale, or the mi- "
dersigned will again at . once offer the same
for sale; balance of bid must be paid upon
confirmation of sale and delivery of deed.
The tract will be sold in one parcel.
R. W. JOHNSON,
J. J. WATSON.
W. H. YIN DM AN,
Referees.
: Elegant Eight-Boom House and Beau
tiful Lot on Holly Avenue. Bath room,
good barn, etc. "Water, gas, and sewer
on street. THIS IS A BARGAIN.
For Sale by
GEORGE BROS.
305 Robert Street. ?r :
Assignees Sale.
The -■ extensive McLain stock of
cigars, tobaccos arid smokers' articles
will be closed out at a liberal discount
during the week of May 7th to 14th.
TERMS CASH.
O.M. METCALF, ASSIGNEE.
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-te-*: fine nickel Elgin movement; would be
cheap at $00.
tyr-UDYs HUNTING GOLD cask,
ty/va.' fine nickel jeweled movement, dia
mond get gold hands; any party wanting a
s-mall and neat watch for aiiv lady should see
this.
C? Q— SAME AS ABOVE; CASH is OVAL;
<plO handsomely angraved with landscape
on both sides; diamond-set bands; neither of
the above can be told from new.
£1 fc TO $22— A LARGE LINE OF OPEN-
V'AU face ladies' sold watches.
INE BRASS PLAQUE WITH A VERY
neat clock in renter; porcelain dial;
good timepiece and very ornamental.
PAIR OF VERY' FINE BISQUE
figures; will close them out at $4«>; they
are mounted in an elegant plush ma tana
bronze frame. '.'-.-•;. : .",*yv. -_■".">■■ * '
iaj^fV-AN ELEGANT HALL OK Ll
<?_"■_" brary clock; antique oak and
elaborately trimmed in brass; has the old
fashioned brass weight, winds up by drawing
the chain down; ex Dosed heavy brass pen
dalum; strikes on a fine-toned cathdral gong
the half and lull hour; raised porcelain
figures and bronze index hands; nothing
finer in the city. Cost $73 to import and
pay duty in New York.
IN SILVERWARE 1 HAVE A LARGE
X line of fruit and cake baskets, ranging
in price from $3 to 535; butter dishes. si."> to
$18: tea sets, from $15 to $125; in fact, any
article made in silverware, both for table a's
well as ornamental use. 1 handle exclu
sively in Hat ware tne elebrated Roger „
bro. goods. Prices lowest in the city.
PEKA GLASSES IN GOLD, SILVER^
pearl, rubber and kid, ranging in price
from $3 to $50.
AN ELEGANT AND LARGEST LINE IN
the Northwest.
I" ARGE FIELD GLASS, $0.50.
(")NE LARGER GLASS. $10.
FINE BARDOU, NOTHING BETTER,
from $15 to $25.
ILK UMBRELLAS. FROM 24 TO 30
inches in size; gold, silver and natural
wood handles; from $2.50 to $18.
ARBLE AND IRON CLOCKS INKLE
gant designs, ranging from $8 to
§150.
BONZBS IN DIFFERENT DESIGNS;
side pieces in large variety.
WO HANDSOME PLUSH CLOCKS. NEAT
design, porcelain dial, gold-plated hands
and dial sash ; cost $25 ; close out for $14.
e*JR-A VERY HANDSOME BRONZE
*i?»J*J clock with black marble base; side
figure of a lady playing a clarionet; very
tasty and very fine timepiece.
«sj/=vf V- A LARGE, FINE WHITE BRONZE
«£> _»U" clock with two elegant figures rep
resenting a hunter and the other of a fisher:
clock supported on a fine white bronze stand
ard, and the head resting on a fine black mar
ble slab, ornamented in bronze figures.
ST. PAUL
FOUNDRY COMPANY,
MANUFACTURERS OF
Architectural Iron Work.
Founders, Machinists, Blacksmiths and
Pattern Makers. Send for cuts of col<
umns. Works on St. P., M. &ML R. X. t
near Como avenue. Office 102 E. Fourth
street, St. Paul. C. M. POWER, Seer*
tary and Treasurer. * " .
■ ■ L, .'
DR. WOOD, S 4i! * Fmil street, A .
Un* WUUU, SIOUX CITY, IOWA.
-£~\ Reeular Graduate in Medicine
B&pb ■# —20 years' hospital and prI
a4BSLA 9 viite practice— lo in Chicago
ig**§|*lg|» /ft' 11 " 1 New York — Estab
_«i'^__K4?' 19ll * ed in s>ioux City
f|il*"i-iß_a__ > >lne Tears. Has th«
mmlk^LMmmm^ ar eg Medical and Saar
_lcal Institute and Eye and Ear
Infirmary In the West— Rooms for pa
tients at fair rates; facilities to meet any
emergency— A Quiet Home and best care and
skill for Ladies during Pregnancy and Con
finement. Dr. W«;OD Is still treating all
Private, Nervous, Chronic and Spe
cial diseases, Seminal Weakness
(vital losses), Imr.otency (loss of power)
and all Fema c Diseases, Irregularities,
etc. Cures guaranteed or money re
funded—Charges fair. Terms cash. '
No injurious medicines used.— Patients at
a distance treated by Medicines sent
everywhere free from gaze or breakage.—
State your case and send for Opinion and
Consultation strictly confidential,
personally or by letter.— 6c postage • for
Illustrated 84-page BOOK (for both sexes)
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BALLARD'S EXPRESS !
135 East Fifth .Street.
Trunks moved for 25 cents. Furni
ture moved, stored, packed and shipped
Telephone 640-2.
-J^^ KENT'S PACKAGE
£oSMs&£° Delivery, Storage
■*43£_BR|£_J® and Forwarding Co.
Hello, 46—2. Office 209 W. Seventh street.
Warehousing a Specialty.
Pocking and Shipping by competent help,
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