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GLEANED AT" STILLi WATER. " ft. Hasty Wedding— -A Small Sen •-'.; sation on Maple Street, -y^y Ole Halberg and Emma Erickson "were made one by .Judge. Nethaway yester day, alter being escorted to the office of the county clerk by a member of the po- Jioc. force to obtain' the necessary license. The ceremony had been de layed rather longer than" it should have been,- as a healthy little pledge of their mutual love would indicate. A man named Kronk, . formerly a resident of Marine, this county, created ii ruction at 21G West Maple, yesterday noon, and succeeded in drawing quite a crowd. He has recently parted with his wife, who resides at the locality named with her two children, a girl of fourteen and a boy of five or six years. He was endeavoring yesterday to gain posses sion of the boy, which his wife resisted, and the result was that the boy was in danger of being pulled in twain, when Officer McKusick came along and took a hand. Kronk was not inclined to go, but had to do so just the same, and will have his hearing to-day. The funeral of the late Mrs. Anna Kattenburg, whose death occurred Tuesday evening, will transpire at 2 p. in. to-day from the residence of P.M. Peterson, 003 East Willard. where the aged lady has , for a number of years made her home. The deceased has re sided, in this city lor over forty years, and was well known to all of the old settlers. Her death was due to the In firmities of old age. The laKe has fallen about four inches in the past twenty-four hours and is still on the decline. The Cleon is tied up here, unable to get up to Taylor's Falls on account of the logs, which are com ing thick and fast. No danger of a jam at the Fails is apprehended this season, as the stage of the water is too high. Company X, although turning out quite a number of recruits, made a most creditable appearance yesterday, and were thanked in an appropriate "resolu tion passed by the 6. A. R. boys, to gether with all who assisted at the me morial exercises. S3_9 The exhibit of the city schools closed last evening. The closing exercises of the school year and of the High school graduating class will occur at the High school to-morrow evening. A valuable Knight Templar pin was found yesterday by one of the members of the police force, who desires to return it to the rightful owner. St. Michael's parochial school will give a literary and musical entertain ment at the Grand opera house this aft ernoon at 4. THE CHICAGO SHIPPERS. They Held a Meeting to Declare Against the Burlington & North ern Prorating. The Chicago shippers who have been complaining of the course taken by the Chicago, 'Burlington & Northern road in regard to through freights from the East to Chicago, St. Paul and Minneap olis, held a meeting to consider the mat ter and determine what steps should be taken. They claim that the Burlington & Northern is making a discrimination in favor of the Twin Cities as against Chicago. The meeting was attended by a large number of the heaviest shippers of Chicago, and also by General Freight Agent Hamblin, of the Burling ton & Northern, and by Gen eral Freight Agent Paul Morton, of the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy, both of whom had been invited to be present. The Chicago Times says Mr. Hainblin answered the complaints of the shippers with an explanation of the -situation, in which he took the ground that his road was justified. in the course it had taken., He explained- that the lake and rail rates from the seaboard to Duluth were the same as the lake and rail rates from the 'seaboard to Chicago, and that the rales from Duluth to North ern Pacific and Manitoba points were the same as those from St. Paul and Minne apolis to the*, same points. The Bur lington & Northern, having very little local business; accepted a fair propor tion of the through rate already made by other lines in order to secure a share of the business. lie held that if his road did not choose to carry the freight at such rates it would goby the other routes and.Chicago merchants would be no better oil. Other roads could afford to let the through business alone and give their attention to the profitable local business which they enjoyed, but in choosing this course they we're actuated by motives of self-interest. They were protecting their ' own local tariff, and not trying to help Chi cago. Mr. Hamblin said his road was willing to abandon the through business if the Chicago merchants could show wherein they would be benefited by it. lt came out in the course of the discus sion that the Burlington & Northern was not alone in prorating on through traffic. It was shown that other roads have been, and are now, accepting as their proportion of the through rate from the seaboard to Mississippi river points a less sum than the local rate from Chicago to the Mississippi. This was a revelation to some of the shippers, who have believed that all the Hues ex cept the Burlington & Northern were living up to their agreement in regard through rates, which are supposed to be based on the sum. of the locals. The discussion did not lead to any definite action, but steps weie taken looking toward a further investigation of the matter. The merchants are not satis fied, and there is no doubt that the in tention is to prefer charges against the Burlington & Northern, and perhaps other roads, with a view of making a test case before the interstate commerce commission. There is a feeling among some of the shippers that the Chicago, Burling & Quincy company is responsi ble for the conduct of its offspring, but the officials of that company deny that they have any control over it. "LOCAL TIOX ' Don't Miss The Great Fire Sale Boots and Shoes, water-damaged only. Sale commences ibis morning at 40S Jackson street. House Furnishing Goods At Auction to-day at No. 79 West Third street. Weber & Fairchild, Auctioneers. Delightful Office for Rent. 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 fire and burglar-proof vault in it. Inquire at Globe counting room. They Give Away One hundred pair of Slippers this morn ing to the first 100 customers at the Fire Sale of Boots and Shoes, 408 Jackson street. These goods are only slightly soiled by water. The Closing Out Sale commences this morning. Masonic. . A special communication of Ancient Landmark Lodge No. 5, A. F. & A. M., will be held this evening. By order of the W. M. William Dampiku, . ■ ' Secretary. ' Arrived. Mme. Blanch, the great mind reader and fortune teller, arrived in town yes terday. She has secured an elegant suite of parlors at 407 East Seventh street. She tells past, present and fut ure correctly. They Commence The Closing Out Sale of those water-dam aged Boots and Shoes at 408 Jackson street this morning. These goods are only slightly soiled. They give away 100 pairs of slippers to the first 100 customers. Pullman Vestibuled Trains. The Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railway takes pleasure in announcing to the traveling public that it is now run ning'daily complete vestibuled trains between Chicago, St. Paul and Minne apolis. . These trains are the perfection of the car builder's art, and consist of baggage cars, day coaches, Pullman's best sleep ers and the finest dining-cars in the world.. An inspection is invited aud comparison -"challenged, the company assuring its patrons that the same splen did record which has given- it -the bulk of the business as against old- ami new lines, and which has induced.the.United. States government to renew its fast mail contract, and extend it east as well as west-bound, will be maintained, and that when -they travel (by this line they are getting the very best accommodations that money can buy. -" ' ;'. ~\ . . -•' ' " .'" died.--.-.-. : .. '•;''■:"':;■ "JOB ITNKKALS— Carnages for $2 and bears* $3. li. W. Shirk's livery stable, I*B4 East Ninth street, corner ltosabel street. AggCUgCrail EiXT. I HAVK THIS WAV, MAY 18, PUR chased tlie entire interest of Sam Kory.of the linn ot fox & Kory ; hereafter the firm will continue Under the name and style of Henry Fox, who will assume all liabilities of the late firm. Henry Fox.' CI'KCIAI, I!Ai;<iAIX-WE HAVK A O few lots left in Phoenix Park No. 2, which arc selling for $55; -.55 cash; balance in weekly installments of SI. Saul tStC.' Marie Investment company, Room 23, National German-American batik building. A. L. Harrow, City Manager. ST. l*Al 1,, MINN.. MAY l>, 1888— SIR: The annual meeting of the stockholders of the C. N. Nelson Lumber company will be held at its ortice iv the city of St. Paul, in the state of Minnesota, on Tuesday, the 12th day of June, A. 1)., 188S, at 3 o'clock p. m., for the purpose of electing the directors ami of transacting such other business as may prop erly come before the meeting. Yours, etc., W. P. Warner, secretary. ** «I DAVAI BAKINQ "NH iSSII Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. A marvel of purity, strength and wholcsomeness. 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 Powdei! Co., 106 Wall street, New York. AMI'S EM I "NTS. 01SA"«I> OI'TeKA HOUSE, L. N.SCOTT Manager. TO-NIGHT— AT TO-NIGHT Grand Saturday Matinee. . The distinguished comedienne, ANNIE PIXLEY. and an excellent company in two of the strongest plays in her repertoire. To-night J and V THE DEACON'S DAUGHTER. Friday. ) ' -■ y ;.-.,- Sat. Mat. j M'LISS, CHILD OF THE SlEß and V RAS, as played by Miss Pixley Evening. ) over 1.000 times. Incidental to the plays. Miss Pixley will sing several new,' spaikling songs and med leys.and gems from the latest popular operas. Secure seats early to-day. GRAND OPERA HOUSE. SCOTT ...Manager. One Week, Commencing Monday, June 4. ■jMrtinees Wednesday and Saturday. LOS Story of wAIN Railroad LlNti Rawson's Y. Intioduciug the Exquisite Comenieune, MISS ETTA HAWKINS. OUR ETTA, And a Great Star Cast, under the manage ment of Mr. W. L. Allen. NOVEL AND STARTLING RAILWAY INCIDENTS. Realistic and Sensational Scenic and Mechanical Effects. Sale of seats to-morrow morning. PEOPLE'S THEATER. Comer Sixth and Franklin. Old Turner Hall Building. GRAND | On or About GRAND OPENING _v_o_*TlD__'_r, OPENING FORSAKE June 4, 1888. FORSAKE ME Look For me NOT Later Announcements NOT. DIME MUSEUM, KOHL, MIDDLE.TON & CO. WEEK BEGINNING MAY 28. ,THE STAR MUSEUM OPERA COMPANY, THE :_v_x__:_s_:do. BABY BUNTING — :AND OTHER WONDERS: — ADMISSION TO ALL - - ONE DIME. •_-____ GETTYSBURG WAR PANORAMA ! Cor. Sixth and St. Peter Sts., St. Paul. elotFughts The Committee on Electric Lights for the City of Eau Claire, Wis., desires to receive proposals until June 15, ISBB, for lighting the city, for a term of five years, with thirty (30) lamps to be lo- ! cated on eight (8) towers and forty (40) I lamps on poles or at street intersections on a circuit of about fifteen (15) miles, ! all electric lamps to be arc lamps of two thousand (2,000) candle power, or with : .00 incandescent lamps of 25 candle power, and distribute over the city as may be located by the committee, or by such other system as may light the city I to the best advantage, and the plant to be suitable and sufficient lor the work. Address, . DANIEL McKINNOX, Chairman. . Box 836, Eau Claire, Wis. 15* FOOT BOAT, $251 JOSEPH DINGLE, - BOAT BUILDER, Co r. Isabel and Clinton. West St. Paul, One block from street cars. INTERNATIONAL HOTEL. Center of business. Electric bells and all modern improvements. Dining loom unsurpassed. $2 per day. Pm DQUGHeiiMPmrL9iaE,^LPajfL THE BAIXT PAUL DAILi GLOBE: THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 31. 1888. Constitutional Catarrh. - No single disease has entailed more suffer ing or hastened the breaking up of the con stitution than Catarrh. . The sense of smell of taste, of sight, of hearing, the human voice, . the mind— one or more, and sometimes all, yield to its. destructive influence. The poi son it distributes throughout the system at- • tacks every vital force, and breaks" up the most robust of -constitutions. Ignored, be cause but little understood, by most physi cians, impotcntly assailed -by quacks- and charlatans, tiiosc suffering from it have little hope to be relieved of it this side of ihegrava. It is time, then, that the popular treatment of this terrible disease by remedies within the reach of all passed into hands at once compe tent and trustworthy." The new and hitherto untried method adopted by Dr. Snnf'ord in the preparation of his Radical Cure has won the hearty approval of thousands. ..-It is in stantaneous in affording relief in nil head colds,* sneezing, 'snulliing and obstructed breathing, and rapidly removes most the op pressive symptoms, clearing the head, sweet ening the "breath, restoring the senses of smjell, taste and hearing, and neutralizing the constitutional tendency of the disease to wards the lungs, liver and kidneys. Stanford's ______ Cure consists .of one bottle of the Radical Cure, one box of Ca tarrhal Solvent and Improved Inhaler; price, $1. Potter Drug & Chemical Co., Boston. "■ SS/ FREE! FREE FROM PAIN ft jar In one minute the Catl \ fSpg J_cura Anti-Pain Plaster 1 g fe^*relioves Rheumatic, Sciatic, I*^ Sudden, Sharp and Nervous Pains, Stral is and Weakness. The first and only pain _ lling. Plaster. A perfect, new, original, instantaneous, infallible and safe Antidote to Pain, Inflammation and Weak ness. At all druggists, 25 cents; five for $1 ; or, postage free, of Potter Drug and Cuemi cal Co.. Boston. • • • ST. PAuTßoff UNG"WORKS 128 Dakota Avenue, (Telephone 919-2.) Agents for Jansen & Craid's UslHhbE Uiutn* And manufacturers of LEMON SOUR. These delicious drinks," besides their thirst-quenching and other agreeable qualities, are potent aids to good diges tion, tonics, and food to the nervous ap paratus, form the best remedies for de rangements of the mucous membranes, and while powerful for good are abso lutely without harmful ingredients or qualities. Send for catalogue, and beware of worthless imitations. Our line of bot tled goods is the most extended and complete of any similar house on earth $14.85 CASH B^ ne a Sa°k° d Bea room suite at the S. N. ADLER FURNITURE CO., 264-266 E. 7th St., St. Paul, Minn. ■ y Furs outage. Now is the time to repair and put your furs away for the summer, and have them all ready for fall. Bring- them to 424 Jackson St., Cor. Seventh, HATTER, GENTS' FURNISHER AND SHIRTMAKER. STORAGE Household Goods. STORAGE Buggies, Carriages and Sleighs. STORAGE Car Lots a specialty. Track into build ing. C. B. THURSTON, 201, 203, 205 Eagle Street, Telephone Call 544-3. ST. PAUT„ nD CI I|C DENTIST — Parlors 450 I" 111 1.1,-1 Of Wabasha, corner Eighth street. Guaranteed dental work: low Prices artistic gold filling, $2: gold and platinum alloy fillings, 1 ; sold gold crowns, 810. ___E£____»v 3 I prescribe and fully en jgsaS-*'^ d;,r '- 0 K 'S t» as the only r*_e^ Cnre< in ""■ specific for the certain cure IWI TO b datb. - a 0 f this disease. BP__2f«!S?__i. U 1 a - H - ING RAH AM, M. D., S «"«£^»^ " - Amsterdam, N. Y. I Mrdoniy by the We have sold Big G for &_*__ _____ 09. man years, and it has PC «„,.<!. J.« mwsa Klven the bes *- oi satls |ji Oinoin_aU,iKKa_i faction. ■FC_^. OMo *„y^ D - R - DYCHE & CO., *.T^^___Pji»rkl Si. oo. Sold by Drugg'ista." - ALLE.-NS "ulc_:rinf:^sa_.V-: 11 A positive cure lor Old Ulcers and Sores of every name and description, no matter how many years standing This is the heavy artillery of salves tor Sores of long standing Curos, also, Chilblains, Burns, Cuts, Felons, Scalds,'. Frost Bites, &c. .3 jP\ .-. All genuine bears this rn j&Lm /}$ signature. /C-^vrVihl If/f K. PAUL, MINN.(Jj7i )ruKeist&cheiaiß « HOLLAND & [THOMPSON MFG. CO. Office— 3l7 Minnesota Street. Factory— Park, St. Paul, Minn, Steam Heating, Brass and iron Fittings, FOB STEAM, WATEB AND GAS. FOUNDRY. NO HELP FOR IT. Bought Too Many and Must Suffer the Consequences ! * -________i-_B_M-_i-_____________Ma-_______-___i_M____H-M-__l - THE BIGGEST CUT OF THE SEASON. O_N"I_jTT **<___SS^ n___a N_| eS______"| ______ ALL OUR $15, $16, $17 AND $18 SUITS I<gS2fe_^^^i -^uJliilil^v "E___"_i^s_i3_i_-__-_-_______a___B_~» r > T We offer these goods now, right in Season, when you need them. Brand New, Fine Tailor-Made Suits, for half their actual value. V Seems impossible, yet 'tis true to the letter. But -hadn't you better come and see the goods with your own eyes? You will find them at Corner Seventh and Jackson Streets, St Paul. If you Cannot Attend! this GREAT SALE in"' Person, -Your Mailorder Will Receive Our Attention. Pullman Vestibuled Trains, Wagner Vestibuled Trains, EVERY DAYjN^THE WEEK The Only line running Pullman ana Wagner Vestibuled Trains between Minneapolis, St. Paul and Chicago, is i It was the first line in the Northwest to run Pullman sleeping cars. It was the first line In the Northwest to run dining cars. It was the first line in the Northwest to run vestibule cars, and, as stated above, "The Northwestern Line" is to-day the I only line with the Pullman and Wagner famous vestibuled train service between the Twin Cities and Chicago. Other lines, in adopting all these improvements and con veniences for travel between the Twin Cities and Chicago, are only imitators of "The Northwestern Line,'' and cannot sur- ~ -*k ' pass it either in equipment or train service, and in punctuality and reliability all travelers admit that the motto of the North western line, "Always on Time," is an established fact. AND Shirts To Order. Satisfaction Guaranteed. \ 153 East Third Street, four doors above Merchants Hotel, ' ST. PAUL. | *^M^aß^Pq_^_S^*l-*^M_-0-g«-B-W-B_ME-H_----frg-W_"l"^ ■iiit._^-^_^_-W _g»S--»-i> 1 t THIS "VT-OPtID r-~- ; ..'■ i^#SSfe . ?#§]■ INSTALLMENT | : '*_^W%a^^i^#^ r |«^ %mi ■ '■ *\3_*sra_tSs^-" : '151 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 and Stoves in St. Paul, on easy terms and very close - prices. "We .trust you wiii call and give us an opportunity to prove to you that 'we mean just what we have Baid. SMITH & FABWELL, 389, 841 & 313 E. Seventh Street: -. y .. :'y $rft ft ft ft WORTH OFCARPETS,DRAPERIES, *1 1 1 Ell! I WALL PAPER, FURNITURE and all sorts \S H%s Uof 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. ' 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. RANSONUIORTON, 99 and 101 E. Third St., St. Paul. DR. WooD,,si^\ F^_r^ wA. Un. VYUUUi SIOUX CITY, IOWA. _6j*"*\ Begnlar Graduate in Medicine MSA « —20 years' hospital and pri- J&&& 9 vale practice— lO in Chicago __T'^Hr nd * Sew York — Estab ffig^^^'ljiished in Sioux City _£|J_,3mE__? ' me Years. Has the — , __b_- largeßt e ca i an^ sur gical Institute and Eye and Ear Infirmary in the West— Rooms for pa tients at fair rates; facilities to meet any emergency— A Unlet Home and best care ana skill for Ladies during Pregnancy and Con. finement. Dr. W COD is still treating all Private, Nervous, Chronic and Spe cial diseases, - Seminal Weakness (vital losses), Impotency (loss of power) and all Female Diseases, Irregularities, etc.— Cures guaranteed or money re funded— Charges fair. Terms cash. No injurious medicines Patients at a distance treated by mail.— Medicines - sent everywhere free from gaze or breakage.— State your case and bend for Opinion and terms.— Consultation strictly confidential, personally or by letter. — Send Gc postage for Illustrated 84-page BOOK (for both sexes) and MEDICAL. JOURNAL. (S_T_len tion this paper.) - P.V.DWYER & BROS., PLUMBERS, dealers IN FINE ART Gas Fixtures! 96 East Third Street, And 16 Second Avenue West, Duluth. - MAU IP The famous Moxle Nerve BUS 1 I'M Ila Food Average slakes the I Gil I All thirst from summer heat, IllVfll 1_ '- does better and prevents the after effects of Liquors and Tobacco, re moving their odor from the breath at once, gives the weakly and nervous double power of endurance and takes away the tired felling like magic, without reaction or harm. For sale everywhere. . . . . I _r*Tik _r my liS|SKi^ilflPWpi«_^l_^_p|i . • - • -.: — ' I WHOLESALE AND RETAIL JEWELER. ALWAYS HAVE YOUR EYES OPEN AND LOOK OUT FOR THE MAIN CHANCE.—If you want a Diamond, we have them from $500 up to $2,000. Here is a description of a few Bargains offered this week: Cf^R— WORTH $100— DIAMOND LOCK *4>\JtJ et, thirteen very white stones, all per fect and very brilliant, mounted in Roman gold, the diamonds forming a star; No. 2131. JRfiO"" WO^ TII , S9O-A PAIR OP DlA **rVy mond sleeve buttons, six stones, fair size, all white, perfect and brilliant; mounted in Roman gold in the form of a three-leaf clover; No. 2164. ©"MO-WORTH DIAMOND EAR «*"-1~1-_J drops, two stones weighing nearly two carats; extra good color, finely matched, very perfect and brilliant; engraved gold mountings; No. 2022. ©1 "TO-WORTH $250- A DIAMOND **PA * *— " bracelet, eleven stones, very white, brilliant and no flaws of any kind; plain gold mounting; No. 2044. *•: ©On— WORTH $35— SCARF PIN-FOUR «ji*/s/\_7 white and perfect diamonds and one fine sapphire: plain gold mounting; No. ©1 'T A— WORTH $260— CLUSTER RING. vffX. I t/ composed of twenty white and perfect diamonds, Tone very fine ruby and one sapphire, both perfect; the latest style of mounting; the ruby and sapphire each set in the center of a square 01 diamonds; No. 2351. '%\ & F.fi — WORTH . S2B- A LADY's "rJ-OtOO cluster ring; four diamonds and one ruby; plain gold mounting; No. ©in— WORTH $10-A LADY'S RING t(j"j.V/ Two small diamonds and two gar nets; engraved gold mounting; No. 2365. © A •J-COST $S0 — DIAMOND STUD. «tF— *»J weighing over one carat: good color; extremely brilliant; good depth and surface and no flaws; skeleton gold mount ing; No. 2341. , - ©^n-WORTH $90— DIAMOND LACE fyw Pin— One stone, pure white, finely cut and very brilliant; fancy gold mounting; No. 2108. .- ■■■:•:- :.. ■ yy ( ©*-?^n-WORTII-.. $500- A DIAMOND ! vs*J\J\J combination: twenty-live stones, I all very brilliant and perfect; cau be worn as I a ring, pin or stud; engraved gold mount ings; No. 2349. ..■■■.. ©/I WORTH $70 — DIAMOND <lP^± l /v.t>"tj bracelet; one good-size stone; very brilliant and perfect; fancy gold mount ing ; No. 2040. . . . . We Have the Largest Stock cf Gold and Silver Watches In the Northwest. If you have a fine complicated Watch that wants Repairing, bring it to us. We make 9 specialty of fine Watch Repairing. Goods sent C. O. D., with privilege of examination. $20,000 TO LOAN AT LOW RATES. SIMON The Pawnbroker, ■ 314 Jackson Street, St. Paul, Minn. \i __f_ fl / Wb Is being well spent to the best advantage? /m/kWi&i&%sL Do you ever stop and think whether /V^f *_i_^^_W GOLDEN RULE IS! Might do better by you? Try us. We sell m^Kwftlli'k to a thrifty and cautious people, who are "__ W\^_^vi3_^l3 continually buying property by the- say- 'St*^_ _^__^\B_V*'v ings from purchases at the GOLDEN ~ z^^m^ w^mW^*fmTi\ IF YOU WISH TO BUY A *<&~§^gssiS^ " B.A__B^r - O__SL_EURI_A;C3-_E_3 f - VELOCIPEDE, BICYCLE, TRICYCLE, BIRD CAGE,qTOOL CHEST, HAND BAG, GARDEN TOOLS, WHEELBARROW, MUSIC BOX, POCKET BOOK, Wood and Iron WAGONS, WEDDING AND BIR THDA V OFFERINGS and HOUSE DECORA TIONS in End less Variety, SWISS CARVINGS for Wooden Weddings, and Thousands of Articles too numerous to mention. It Is Hardly the Thing to Say— Buy From Us. But this much we can say and ought to : See the cheapest, the most va ried, the finest stock in the State— Before Buying; and that means OURS. THE GOLDEN RULE, 71 and 73 East Seventh Street, St. Paul. Catalogue of Baby Carriages on Application. (SUCCESSOR TO STROUSE BROS.) 61 EAST THIRD STREET, Offers a Very Complete Assortment of And Jewelry. The Styles in Silver-Plated Ware are New and Very Handsome, PRICES _R,EJ_.SO_Sr_^_.BX_E. LEO. STROUSE. OPEN EVEKT-NO-S. j^ In^osja^ Stained Glass. "H«' ! * PLATE, WINDOW m.ASS AND MIRRORS li^^l^^^ Beveled Polished Plate and Importers of 'SUJKHffiF Cathedral, Enamel and Venetian Glass. "?'MSl|)£_|lF This is the only Exclusive Glass House in St. Paul. We in *W%sSf^ vite an inspection of our Office and Workrooms. '^Pp V UPTON Manaaer 181 Eaksiitli Street, AjT " *w_l, I'lidll<le1 ' lidll<l ei ■ , Telephone 759-2. ' THE CONSTANTINOPLE, «™ «i 378 Jackson "eet, » p"„ H ™f ™»"™«-3 Turkisn Rugs, Carpets. Curtains. Tidies, Scarfs and Embroideries. Not at taction, tat i PenuMit institution. E.J.OUVIER, Proprietor, j y^a____*__«___tv> ■---*-. —• — ■ " '■ ■ « ©IQn-WORTH 275 — DIAMOND *fl"*JL*./v/ bracelet; eight white stones, all very perfect and brilliant; the very latest style of gold mounting; No. 2043. ©OR— WORTn SCO-DIAMOND COLLAR *\?*JiJ button ; one stone, weighing about tnree-fourths of a carat; good color and very brilliant; plain gold mounting; No. 1943. . ©1 WORTH $10.50— A LADY'S DlA *tf»Xv/ mond collar button ; white stone and perfect star; Roman gold mounting; No. 1935. _ ■-.- :..'.■-.. 'KOO-WORTH $45-GENTS DIAMOND «#"-*v<_J link sleeve buttons; two fair size, white and perfect stones ; hammered Roman gold mountings; No. 2053. ©/VJ-WORTH S °- A GENT'S DIAMOND W*-f*-J locket; one stone, white, no flaws and very brilliant; fancy gold mounting; No. ©OO 'TR— WORTH S-15-A DIAMOND W***-J* I — ' locket; one stone, tair size, very brilliant and entirely free from flaws; platinum and gold mounting; No. 2126. COO-WORTH $-15— A DIAMOND SCARF *&** «J> pin, consisting of five diamonds and six rubies made in the style of a horseshoe ; No. 2348. %'3!7 /^n- WORTH SOO - CLUSTER *if>*J I »*J\J scarf pin; it has eleven dia monds and one ruby, all perfect and brilliant : plain gold mounting: No. 2103. ©,/in-WORTH SGS-DIAMOND STUD"; «jf»'±_' entirely white; good size and very brilliant, skeleton gold mounting; No. 2332. ©1 A A -WORTH $225— DIAMOND STUD," «4PJ. i ±_' weighing over l'j carats; very white and no flaws of any kind, finely cut and very brilliant; skeleton gold mounting; No. 2253. . ©OR— WORTH $4.O— A PAIR OK DlA tjiJ^vi^ mond eardrops, two fair-size stones, good color, perfect aud brilliant; engraved gold mountings; No. 2015. ©Qf\— WORTH $145— A PAIR of DIA tff'JKJ mond eardrops, weighing nearly life carats, 'extra good color; finely matched; very perfect and brilliant; skeleton gold mountings; No. 2003. C/IO WORTH $70- DIAMOND *P Jr/^.*J\J sleeve buttons, two fine, white and perfect stones; hammered Roman gold mountings; No. 2001.