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TWO THOUSAND SAVED. The Last of the Mnnhall Revival Services. A BRIGHT BLAZE OF GLORY. The Evangelist Thanks All Concerned For Their Pastors Give Their Ideas. Crowds of disappointed people turned iway from Market hal 1 last eveninsr, unable to gain admittance to the closing jubilee meeting of the Munhall series of revival services. Seats were placed In every available space in the hall and many people stood up in the rear of the hall. After singing by .the choir, Dr. Munhall said that he had greatly en joyed his visit to St. Paul. "1 have never," lie said, "seen ministers work together better than they do here in this city. As to what has been done, eternity alone will tell. There have been not far from 2,000 professions of faith, and 1,350 have handed in their names, signifying an intention to join some church. Of these, 370 have ex pressed a preference for the Methodist church, 353 the Presbyterian, 186 the Baptist, 103 Congregationalism B*2 Lutheran, 53 Episcopalian, 40 Catholic. 93 to other churches, and 70 have ex pressed no preference. One hundred ami thirty-seven per sons have sent in their names to unite with the House of Hope church; the Central Park Methodist Episcopal church has received ISO names; the i First Baptist, SI; the Central Presbyte rian, 59; the Dayton Avenue Presbyte rian, 51; the First Methodist, 37; the Pacific Congregational, .'4: the Good rich Avenue Presbyterian church, 80, and many others have received over 20 names. "But the hardest work* is yet to be done. You must get these converts into the church: about 200 have already affiliated with the churches and we hope that all the rest will. In just the proportion that the churches have la bored in this work, in just that propor tion will they be benefited. THANKS TO EVERYBODY. "I thank the pastors for their aid. and may the Lord abundantly bless you. 1 also want to thank the business men on the executive committee, who have aided so liberally in sustaining this labor. They have laid up for themselves treasures in heaven. And 1 want to thank the choir. It beats the angels, 1 know. May you keep on in the work. I further want to thank the newspapers, particularly the Globe and Press, and 1 hope they'll keep on until they see that such a meeting is a better thing for St Paul than the base ball games. The newspapers have spoken very well about me; they couldn't help it, because I'm a good fellow. 1 thank the organists and the janitor, and if there's anybody else who hasn't been thanked, but who ought to be, 1 want to thank them a thousand times, and if that isn't enough I'll make it eleven hundred, liod bless you all." Prof, and Mr. Towner then sang a iuet, '"The Wayside Cross," which was the first piece sung when the Munhall meetings were opened. Dr. Munhall then advised all the young men to join the Young Men's Christian association. "Give your financial support to the as sociation in this city. You can't make a better investment. The Young Men's Christian association will soon have a new secretary, T. C. Horton, of Phila delphia, and 1 want to bespeak for him a hearty welcome. Now a word to the Young Women's Temperance union. I want till you ladies in the city to help them and lend your support in every way you can." Following this, the con gregation sang "Trust and Obey." TALKS BY PASTORS. The next feature of tiie meeting was •* series of two-minute talks by the pas tors of the various churches in the city. Dr. Dana was first called upon, and ■laid: "J want to add my word of thank fulness for the attendance that has marked these meetings. lam glad we have still the good old-fashioned gospel which has done so much to show that there is something better than corner lots and booms in real estate. This gos pel has got hold of you, and 1 thank my God for this manifestation of it." Dr. .J. E. Smith— meetings have revealed to us the power ot the gospel, and form a great rebuke to infidelity. The doc trines of faith have been presented with simple earnestness, and have led men and women to cry out, "What must 1 do to be saved?" I have never seen such a glorious revival before in my life. Rev. Mr. Kepper — "We have proven to the world in these great meetings that Christian love and fellowship exist. Now would it not be well to carry these meetings on in our churches? That's what the churches are for. Rev. William Gray— had one minister who hasn't been afraid to preach the simple truth. God is no re specter of persons, and I hope that the spirit of unity will continue. Praise the Lord for you, Brother Munhall: come again. (Loud and prolonged applause.} Dr. Munhall— The gospel of God is as much for the black men and the red men and the copper-colored men, and they'll all mix in Heaven. Class barriers will all dis appear up there. A German Stranger— The Lord has saved me. I'm a German and we see that God can save even a German. Rev. Dr. Stout— l testify to the glory of God that his gospel will take hold of men as it has so abundantly here. Rev. A. T. Dasher— l want to thank the Lord for the prayers that have been offered during these meetings. Rev. M. Jennings— l hope everybody that has been converted here will go to the prayer meeting. Rev. S. G. Anderson— hope the sev enty miscellaneous persons who don't know what churches to join will come f to Goodrich avenue. Rev. Mr. Morgan— l don't accord with all the theology we've had here, but my heart has gone out in thanks at the sim ple way that this gospel has been preached and has taken hold of the peo ple. Rev. W. E. Dreher offered a short prayer of thanks for the work that had been accomplished, and for blessings on the workers. THE EXPENSE ACCOUNT. At this juncture Dr. Munhall made a statement that the incidental expenses Df the meetings had been about £2,000; the basket collections had amounted to about $1,350, and enough outside sub scriptions had been made so that there now remained but $000 deficit. He sailed on the audience to make up this amount. The response was generous, the First Swedish Baptist church lead ing off with 135, ten persons gave $10 each, nineteen more gave $5 each, and there was a generous rain of dollars from all parts of the hall. Dr. Munhall kept everybody in good humor, and finally called for a basket collection "to take up all the. loose change there is in the crowd ;" §370 was taken in. Rev. C. C. Herriot — 1 have known Dr. Munhall for thirteen years, and lam glad we've had him here. 1 have driven sixteen miles to church every day, and I've been paid for it. Rev. E. C. Evans— will become of the converts? You never will back- Elide if you never neglect a single duty. Rev. M. D. Edwards— l've heard that evangelistic movements won't work in St. Caul, but it has been demonstrated that such is not the fact. Dr. Munhall has made a success of such meetings. Rev. W. Holman— l think Dr. Mun hall is about right on theology, 1 don't think exactly as lie does on all points, but 1 say "amen" to most of it. I think Dr. Munhall has the most "horse sense" of any man 1 ever saw in the work of saving souls. Rev. J. 11. Dewart— meetings have done a great work in uniting the churches of the city, and I shall go back to my work greatly encouraged. Prof. Towner— l frequently attend evangelistic meetings, but 1 never en joyed any more than 1 have these. 1 thank you for the encouragement I have reboived so often from so many of you, and I have been helped ' by association with you. Now, I'll sin? you a song of mine, "How Me Over the Stream," as sisted by Mrs. Towner. Rev. Mr. Buckner— l've been criticis ing Dr. Munhall all 'through these meet ings, and I see he's terribly in earnest, so I'm beginning to get converted my self. THE WIND-UP. The closing services were unique. In response to an invitation from Dr. Mun hall large numbers of those who had professed faith in Christ rose and spoke briefly. Some crank got up and asked Dr. Munhall, "Who was Cain's wife?" The doctor was equal to the emer gency. "Well, that don't make any dif ference to you. If she was to get a divorce now you couldn't marry her." Those who "had made confession then stood up, joined hands, and sang "Blest Be the Tie That Binds." Then forming two lines they marched down the aisles, shaking hands as the lines passed. Then with everybody sinking "Sweet Bye and Bye," ami waving their hand kerchiefs in time with the chorus, the Munhall revival meetings closed in a blaze of glory. After the meeting closed Dr. Munhall announced that he would deliver the annual address to the Minneapolis Young Men's Christian Association of Minneapolis, in Westminister church this evening. At the close of the Bible reading yesterday afternoon in the First Baptist church the following was adopted : Resolved, That the afternoon Bible read ings led by Dr. L. W. Munhall, that it has been our privilege to attend, have been of great spiritual profit to us, and we shall al ways cherish a blessed remembrance of our acquaintance with him: and a pleasant mem ory of the sweet songs of Prof, and Mrs. D. B. Towner. The members of the executive com mittee will hold a reception to Dr. Mun hall at 10 o'clock this morning at the Y. M. C. A. parlors. All are invited to be present. ■*•*-■"■■» LOCAL, Ml ntion; Genuine Spring Lamb To-Day. P. W. Luley & Son, 332 Jackson. Closing* Out All goods cheap at the McLain stand. li' You "Want a Home On easy payments see Bush nell &Bush nell, sole agents of Inver Grove. Delightful Office Tor Kent. A splendid office on ground floor of Globe building is for rent from May 1. An excellent location for any impor tant financial institution, it having a large (ire and burglar-proof vault in it. Inquire at Globe counting room. For $12.50 Per Month You can pay for a home at Inver Grove. Bushnell & Bushnell. Pure Lard! Pure Lard! F. W. Luley & Son, 882 Jackson. The McLain Stock All to be sold quick. Choice Steaks and Roasts At McAuley's, 474 Jackson street. The Only Perfect Gasoline stove ever invented is the "Jewel," sold by Robert Seegcr, 260 East Seventh street. House and. Lot For ?1,000 at Inver Grove, monthly pay ments. Bushnell & Bushnell. The Extraordinary Turkish Rug Sale. Mr. Doherty Mill continue the sale to-day only, being specially requested by parties who could not attend yester day. This is last day. Choice Fresh Meats At F. W. Luley & Son's, 382 Jackson. Ho! for a House .'; At Inver Grove Park. Any style of a house built for you on monthly pay ments. Bushnell & Bushnell. All the Tobaccos, Smoking and chewing, to be sold cheap at the McLain store, 131 West Third. Sugar-Cured Hams and Dried Beef. F. W. Luley & Son, 382 Jackson street. Now Is the Time To purchase a home at Inver Grove Park. Bushnell & Bushnell. 250,000 Cigars Going cheap at the McLain stand. 131 West Third street. Get Hood's If you decide to take Hood's Sarsaparilla do not he induced to buy any other. Hood's Sarsaparilla possesses, by virtue of its peculiar combination, proportion and prep aration, curative power superior to any other article of the kind before the people. " I had been taking Hood's Sarsaparilla for dyspepsia, and in one store where I went to buy a bottle the clerk tried to in duce me to buy their own instead of Hood's ; he told me theirs would last longer; that I might take it on ten days' trial; that if I did not like it I need not pay anything, etc. But he could not prevail on me to change. I told him I knew what Hood's Sarsapa rilla was. I had taken it, it agreed with me, I was perfectly satisfied, and did not want any hut Hood's. lam glad to speak a good word for this excellent medicine." Mrs. E. A. Goff, Cl Terrace St., Boston. Hood's Sarsaparilla Sold by druggists, SI; six for "?5. Prepared by C. I. HOOD & CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, Mass. 100 Doses One Dollar NEW CARPETS, Order before the Spring Rush at OLIVER BAKER'S Carpet, Drapery and Wail Paper House, 417 and 419 Wabasha St. LUMBER HAULING Sealed bids will be received at my of fice, 24 West Sixth street, until Friday, May 18th, at 12 o'clock M., IS6B, for the hauling of about Eight Million Feet of Lumber, for the construction of wooden walks during the season of 1888. Speci fications can be seen at my office. JAMES FORRESTAL. HAUPT LUMBER CO., OfHce-386 St. Peter St YARD— On St. P. M. &M.K. R, Como and Western Avenues, r THE SAINT PAUL DAILY GLOBE: -WEDNESDAY -.MORNING, MAY 16, 1888. annoiincement. »piIE PUBLIC AUK HEREBY NOTI -I- fled that the electric railway at South Park will be in operation every week day from Ito 3 o'clock p. m. ; all are invited. J. H. Lawrence. 137-141 HONG WAH, 351 WABASHA ST., having sold his laundry, and going back to China, will pay all his debts at his former place of business. Saturday. JMay 10. 137-30 gasp. MANNING— Willmar, May 13, Mrs. Jane M., wife of M. D. Manning. Funeral from residence, Wednesday, May 10, at 2 p. ni. SAUVINET— In St. Paul. Minn., May 15, 1888, Bert M. Sauvinet, aged twenty-eight years. Funeral from Grand Central hotel at 4:30 p. m. to-day. Friends of the fam ily are invited. Remains will be taken to Mason City, Mo., for interment. O'NEILL— At his residence, near Meudota, Robert O'Neill, aged seventy-six years. Funeral on Thursday, May 17, at 9 a. m. Friends are invited to attend. NET— In St. Paul, Tuesday, May 15. 1888, at his home, the Grand Central hotel, Bert M. Sauvinet.' Services this afternoon at 4:30 at hotel. Ills lemains will be taken on the 6:40 p. m. train to Macon, Mo., for interment. FOR FUNERALS— for $2 and hearse S3. E. W. Shirk's livery stable, 284 East Ninth street, corner Rosabel street. ~ I DftVAl BAKING X i^Sj4g«lUTttVP"^*>*a : » 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 Powder Co., 100 Wall street. New York. AMITSfcUIEHiTS. GRAND OPERA HOUSE. L. N. SCOTT, Manager. LAST TWO PERFORMANCES TO-DAY! Family Matinee 2:30 P. M. TO-NIGHT AT 8 TO-NIGHT ! LAURA DAINTY, And a carefully selected company, in the Great New York Success, MAY BLOSSOM! By authorization of Mr. Gustave Frohman. A Comedy Drama in Four Acts, as played for 500 nights at the Madison Square Theater, JXew York. Secure seats early to-day. GRAND OPERA HOUSE. L. N. Scott, Manager. Three nights and Saturday matinee, com mencing Thursday, JMay 17, The Distinguished Artist. J. K. EMMET, In His Greatest Success, Our Cousin German. Sale of teats now open. ST. PAUL RINK. "Standing Boom Only," Nightly 8:15 TO-NIGHT 8:15. PROF. O. R,. a-LiEA-SON" Will Subdue the 2 VICIOUS HORSES 2 From Glenwood; also a Kicker and a Runaway. Prices, 50 and 75 cts. Children, 25 cts. Carriages at 10. ' PEOPLE'S THEATER! Comer Sixth and Franklin. Old Turner nail Building. GRAJNJD I On or About GRAND OPENING MONDAY OPENING GRAND T mi -iftca ' GRAND OPENING JUUG 4 ' 18S3. OPENING GRAND Look For GRAND OPENING Later Announcements OPENING DIME MUSEUM. Kohl, Middleton & Co., Proprietors. Week May 14. THE PAPER KING, Making enchanted castles of common pa per. A new comedy and new vaudeville stars on both stages. Other novelties without num ber. Admission, one dime. THE GETTYSBURG WAR PANORAMA I Cor. Sixth and St. Peter Sts., St. Paul. $5,000 TO LOAN This week, for an Eastern client. Bring in your applications. BEAUMONT & CATIICART, Cor. Third and Robert, Over C. B. & N. Ticket Office. Telephone 117-3. FLORAL DESIGNS. CUT FLOWERS E. V. BEALES, FLORIST AND SEEDSMAN, Cor. 2d ami Cedar Sts,, St.Paul, Minn SEEDS AND BULBS. FLORAL DECORATIONS. INTERNATIONAL HOTEL. Center of business. Electric bells and all modern improvements. Dining room unsurpassed. $2 per day. P. DOUGHER. Proprietor. St. Paul. PATENTS! Caveats, Designs, Trade Marks, Labels, etc. Write or call. F.W.LANE, Room 52, German-American Bank Bldg. ST. PAUL, MINN. __^^_m_a___'_}_w_—_WßHKati I WBBB&ssseßxam^^ I J n ,„„.„. - y_,_ __,„_ ■ - i I COMMENCING j I To-Morrow, Thursday, May 17 j | To make room for the force of carpenters at work on our building, we offer , I — — V;- ] i At one-fourth off marked prices. No goods reserved. Every garment retains our | 1 usual low price. We don't care for anything but to clear out our i I To make room for the force of Every garment at our building, we offer li «*■ OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF CLOTHING, j At one-fourth off marked prices. No goods reserved. Every garment retains our 1 usual low price. We don't care for anything but to clear out our stock. Every garment at j IS-NLLM SUITS, (1-4 Off), $11.25. I 12-DOLLAR SUITS, (1-4 Off), $9.00. I 10-OOLLAR SUITS, (1-4 Off), $7.50. I j And so on through the entire stock. Some goods will be sold at a positive loss; I 1 much Without Profit, and everything Under Price, at the j I ' i It X 1 - Corner Seventh ana Jackson Streets. _.;. Under International Hotel Changes of Street Grades. City Clekk's Office, ) St. Paul, May 15, 1888. J Notice is hereby given that tbe Com mon Council of the City of St. Paul, at its meeting to be held on Tuesday, the 19th day of June, A. D. 1888, at 7:30 o'clock p. m., at the Council Chamber in the City nail, will consider and may order a change of grade on the follow ing streets, between the points named, to-wit: GENESEE STREET, Between Mississippi Street and Buffalo Street, As reported upon by the Board of Tub lie Works under date of April 26, 1888, which said report was adopted by said Common Council May 8, 1888. GRANITE STREET, Between Mississippi Street and Beaver Street, As reported upon by the Board of Pub lic "Works under date of April 26, 1888, which said report was adopted by said Common Council May 8, 1888. WHIT ALL STREET, From Burr Street to Payne Avenue, As reported upon by the Board of Pub lic "Works under date of May 2, 1888, which said report was adopted by said Common Council May 8, 1888. All in accordance with and as indi cated by the red lines on the profiles thereof, and as reported upon as being necessary and proper by the Board of Public Works of said City of St. Paul, under dates above mentioned, and which said reports were adopted by said Com mon Council of the City of St. Paul, at its meeting held on dates above men tioned. The profiles indicating the proposed changes are on file and can be seen at this office. By order of the Common Council. THOS. A. PRENDERGAST, mnvl(s-4w-wed»fcsat City Clerk. P. V. DWYER & BROS., | PEAJLEBS IN FINE ART Gas Fixtures! 96 East Third Street, And 16 Second Avenue West, Duluth. OFFICESJPOR RENT. 6 DELIGHTFUL OFFICE ROOMS newly finished and ready for occu pancy; three or four double offices on dif erent floors.and a large office with vault on ground floor of new Globe building, are for rent. Unequaled in the city. Inquire at .Globe counting room of LEWIS BAKER, Jr. T£i W F X ESSfeJpT-fferinpfromtlie E B .>t.Mlt L(J rfa Liß effects of youthful H Hit , """^^^ — Him ■■■■errors, early de- Icay, lost manhood, etc 1 will send a valuable treatise (sealed) containing full particulars for home cure, free of charge. Address. I PROF. F. C. FOWLER. Moodus, Conn. SURGICAL : INSTRUMENTS ! Artifical Limbs ! Artificial Eyes! ELASTIC STOCKINGS! Galvanic Batteries and Belts] CRUTCHES 1 Wheel and Invalid Chairs! Archer Barber Chairs] I The Largest Exclusive Dental and Sup gical Depot in the Northwest. Ilambie&bethunb 311 Wabasha St.. 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The following is a descrip tion of a few pairs of these brilliant gems: M— l-32 karats, blue-white, exquisitely cut, fine spread, perfect beauties, for $350. One exquisite pair of Emeralds, surrounded with 18 blue-white diamonds, very brilliant, for $120. Lovers of fine Emeralds would be highly pleased to inspect this matchless pair. One pair I%— l-32 karats, a trifle off color, but extremely brilliant, for £400. Lovers of large diamonds should look at these before purchasing elsewhere. Diamond Drops from $10 up. At astonishing low figures. GEO. R. HOLMES, Jeweler, 141 and 143 E. Seventh St., Opposite Hotel Ryan, St. Paul, Minn. Adjusting Fine Watches and Repairing a Specialty. Diamond Set ting and Engraving. Job Work promptly done. Goods sent C. 0. I). on selection to parties out of the city. AMERICAN WATCHES ! FOR LADIES AND GrEISTTS PRICES REDUCED AT LEO. STROUSE'S, I 61 EAST THIRD STREET ST. PAUL. Open Evenings. SCHLIEK & CO., 85 and 89 East Third Street, St. Paul. New Novelties in Spring Styles of Fine Footwear! LADIES' AND GENTS' WALKING SHOES, j Suitable for Street "Wear. ! New Spring Goods Being Received Daily. THIS WORD Installment! I >^\':*-\V*X?-''> : ' y ■. -••■••:-- -mm -v— yi Means from us much more than It usually does. By It we mean that we offeryou your choice from one of the largest and best selected stocks of Furniture, Carpets and 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 Bald. SMITH & FAItWELL, 339, 341 & 343 E. Seventh. Street. |RAMALEYS p Srs ■fe^-~~y^-^yy^yn r^-y y^yy^y^^ym:.7^y^..J^^ I GL )BE J )801 ICE RiFiAID TIIE ffllfllffP ll^L=^ii?y I?S3^L. Us? L? iJep U^L.? & NOW is the time to attend to any alteration or REPAIRS On Furs. You get better work for less money. We make a specialty cf STORAGE I Insuring* you against damage by moth or loss by fire. Call and leave your address and we will send for your furs. ransonhThorton, 99 and 101 E. Third St., St. Paul. SfMS 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 lington" Railways. The "Burlington" runs hourly motor trains between St. Paul Union Depot and St. Paul Park; fare Cc. See time table in daily papers. SUBURBAN RESIDENCE SECTION. The most desirable Election, a tract consisting of about 400 acres and located over half a mile remote from the manu facturing district, is reserved exclu sively for the liner 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,soo to ss,ooo each; these lots range in price from $250 to -Moo each on easy terms, are all ' 4 '-acre lots, with 80-foot streets. SIANITFACTURINO DISTRICT. A cash bonus of $100foreacb workman continuously employed, and land on side tracks necessary for factory buildings, will be donated to reputable manufact uring concerns to locate at St. Paul Park. The following are now in operation: Capacity, Workmen, J. L. Spencer & Co., Carnages 200 St. Paul Knitting Works 300 Henry A. Muck le, Sleighs 75 W. li. Church Cart -Co., Carts 50 St. Paul Park Silk Co., Silk Goods.. 25 St. Paul Park Broom Co., Brooms.. BO 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 SSOOceach. 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 011 the ground! opposite depot, in charge of c. A. Parker. Maiii.on D. Miller, President. Fred. S. Bryant, Secretary. SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE UNDER A Decree in Partition 1 Juliet P. Mattocks. Plaintiff. vs. John Mat tocks, Sarah Mattocks, Brewer .Mattocks*, Emma Mattocks. Julia 11. Northrup, Henry J. Northrup, Helen P. Spencer, George* Spencer, Walter 11. Mattocks, James Selhy Mattocks, Sherwood S. Mattocks, Fanny I*l 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 n decree of' the District Court of the Second Judicial District and County of Ramsey, state of Minnesota.rcudered and made in the above* entitled action on the 11th day of April, A. D. 1888, whereby, among other things, it was decreed that the 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 tho 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 land 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 confirmation of sale and delivery of deed. The tract will be sold in one parcel. 11. W. JOHNSON, J. J. WATSON. W. H. UYNDMAN, Referees. S100.000 ! THE FINEST PRIVATE RESIDENCE — ON — SUMMIT AVENUE We offer for sale the handsome brown stone residence of C. W. Griggs. Esq., having 100 feet front on Summit avenue, corner of Lawton street, by 190 feet In depth. This residence is a most complete and luxurious home, and is now offered for sale only be cause the business interests of the present owner revuire his removal to the Pacific Slope. For terms apply to J. J. WATSON, BRO. & HYN OMAN 9(> East Fourth street, St. rani. Union Milk Co., 238 West Third. 271 West Seventh. 2DE3A.Xj i!R,S I2ST Pure Milk and Cream, Choice Creamery Butter, Fine Dairy Butter, Strictly Fresh Eggs, Full Cream Cheese, Pure Strained Honey, Cranberries, Apples, Lem ons, Oranges, Preserves of all kinds, Apple Butter, Jellies of all Kinds, Navy Beans. E2pSj>e<-i:«l Hates to Hotels and Boarding Houses. E. L. HlLGEOlCproprietor. C 3111*11/ I B ?ND«I.SZ Bl 811 Ii \3 lor *5- * , ° r » hox of BS Bfil 183 I MACK'S lino Home nßfll II | I made CANDY. 100 lil 16 H . £ a:: , 1 Seventh Street* lllßfarfl I St. Paul.