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GLEANED IN STILLWATER.
The Musical Canven'ion Closes With a
: £ir\ : -\ '.*:-.- Concert. •
DECISION in A big case.
Abandonment of the Potato Starch
}v Factory Project— the Social
'•• :: Swim. :"•.;'
The concert Thursday evening, which
closed thfl musical convention, was well
attended and was pronounced a success.
The chorus of 150 singers was seated
upon the stage upon ele ated seats, tier
above. tier, and presented a fine appear
ance. They were accompanied by Mrs.
C. H. Brown, who had a Knabe grand
concert piano imported by the "commit
tee expressly for' the occasion, and by
Will's full orchestra of -fifteen pieces.
The programme embraced two parts,
the first consisting of select numbers. *
vocal quartettes, chorus, piano solos by
Miss Mary Louise Ballaro, daughter of
the director, and then selections by the
orchestra, which received a regular ova
tion and was loudly encored." The sec
ond-part was devoted a rendition of the
Ninety-first Psalm,a musical production
of the "director, Prof. L. W. Ballard,
which was accompanied by both piano
and orchestra. ♦ ;
"Church service and themes announced
for to-day are: Universal ist— Morning,
"The Judgment of Life"; evening,
"The Other Side of the Question,
Robert Elsmere from the Standpoint of
the Author." Presbyterian—
"The Conversion of Lydia": evening,
"Home"; Miss Winnie Booren will sing
"Home, Sweet Home." Baptist—
ing, "Studies in the Word Among the
Minor Prophets"; evening,- "Jesus as a
Man and Friend." Methodist—Morn
ing,- "The Lord's Prayer": evening,
"Christian Joy."
The second of the two Goodmanson
children who were so nearly suffocated
in.the burning ot their parents' house
at South Stillwater last Monday, died
yesterday from the effects of the in
halation of the smoke. The family is
said .to be in destitute circumstances,
and were unable to bury eveu the first
child that died the day following the
fire. .-'. ' /-,-'■'• "\
The long-standing case of J. S. Keator
& Sop against the St. Croix Boom cor
poration, wherein the plaintiffs de
manded possession of certain logs worth
about *15,000, which the defendant had
detained for boom charges and have
since sold, is decided by Judge McCluer
in favor of defendant.
A vocal and instrumental concert, in
which the quartette composed of W. C.
Masterman. George O. Haskell, Mrs. R.
S. Davis and Miss Mollie Robertson
participate, will be given at the Grace
Congregational . church next Friday
evening. *
The potato starch factory project has
been abandoned, the farmers refusing
to take hold of it with sufficient en
thusiasm. \
"Terry the Swell" was booked yes
terday at the opera house next Satur
day evening.
• "•" ■ ; SOCIAL STILLWATER.
Mrs. George A. Millard, Mrs. Martin
Thou, Mrs. .11. P. Barclay, Mrs. Albert
Lee and Mrs. A. Mellin held progressive
euchre parties during the. past week,
surrounded by their circle of friends.
Robert C. Murdock, son of Hon. H. R.
Murdock. leaves this evening for Aber
deen, 1 Dak., where he is to be married to
Miss Katie A. Hicks. He will return to
this city with his bride. , -■■
. Editor F. C. Neumeier, of the St.
Croix Post, and his estimable wife cele
brated their wooden wedding Wednes
day evening, assisted by a number of
friends and neighbors. ; \\ '
John G. Nelson starts for Montana
this evening to look over the prospects
of that future state and his chances for :
governor. .. -,\ '*; ■■■;.-..: .^ • ;
Mr.; and Mrs. H. E. Smith visited New I
Richmond on Washington's birthday
and renewed old associations.
C. R. Smith and C. A. Travis, of St.
Paul, accompanied by their wives, dined
at the Sawyer house Friday.
Charlie : Tot man returned Monday
from a short visit to his parents and old
home at Cortland, N. Y.
. Miss Laura Dexter, of Minneapolis,
was the guest of Mrs. W. C. Masterman
Thursday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Diethert, of Hast
ings, are the guests of Mr. aud Mrs.
Herman Luhinan.
Mrs. Louis Hospes, of St. Paul, has
been. visiting relatives in this city dur
ing the week.
The York club had another of their
sociables Friday night at the opera hall. ■
George H. Hughson, of St. Paul, was
in the city yesterday. :-%g___\
Beer Under the Ban.
Special to the <dobe. •;'•;■ ■ ".-;
lowa City, 10., Feb. 23.— The sheriff
of Johnson county, yesterday seized
at the Burlington depot, two car loads
of beer and removed it to a storehouse .
to await the result of a trial. A num
ber of search warrants have been ex
ecuted against the saloons running in a
quiet way and. as a result, every place
in the city is closed up and the town is
under absolute nrohibition, except as to
individual supplies.
: Cold Deal lor a Cyprian.
Special to the Globe.
West Superior; Wis., Feb. 23.— Mrs.
Anna Maston was to-day found guilty
of keeping a house of prostitution and
sentenced to one year in the state prison
at Waupiin. : Mrs. Maston has long
been known as the keeper of the famous
coon dive in .this city. The evidence
against her was so strong that the jury
rendered a verdict ot guilty within five
minutes after leaving the court room.
; Hoyt Seems to Lead.
Special to the Glone. * s
Chippewa Falls, Wis., Feb. 23.—
The contest for municipal judge in this
county at the ensuing spring election,
is becoming interesting. Judge Hoyt,
the present incumbent, will be nomi
nated without opposition, while the
contest among those on the other side
side is becoming bitter and personal.
From present indications Judge Hoyt
will be elected. i;J';y..- :
""' — -^»_ '
Swelling the Company.
Special to the. Globe.
War ash a, Feb. 23.— Since the an
nouncement has been made that the
state militia may attend the inaugura
tion celebration in New York, Company
E has taken in eight new members.
The boys also drill twice a week and
are advancing rapidly. The idea of
foregoing the annual encampment, and
going to New York instead, is regarded
as a good one.
.:■.„. .'-r — ■ -
Farmers Favor Co-Operation.
Special to the Globe.
Kimbkae, 1 Minn., Feb. 23.— The far
mers here" to-day organized a farmers,
co-operative association, with a capital
6tock of 13,000. Nearly one-third of this
capital was subscribed. This, with the
new school house to be built and the
facilities at hand, will make this one of
the best business ; points in Southwest
Minnesota. ; V : C-Yh-'V.
:'■':' Leaves a Young Wife.
Special to the Globe.
Prescott, Wis., Feb. 23.— G. A. " Mc-
Murphy died very suddenly yesterday
at the residence of his father, G. W.
McMurphy. j • The deceased was a
promising young business man, the
broprietor of a drug store at River Falls,
Wis. He was thirty-one years of age
and leaves a young wife.
.
Closing Out
Odd pieces of Underwear. Price cut so
low that you better look them over.
Dibble's ; bid. stand, corner Third and
Cedar.
AT LAKE SUPERIOR'S HEAD.
Many Prominent Politicians Circulating
Petitions. '..[:]'. ;'S : -
EVERYBODY WANTS OFFICE.
Fun Promised in the Council— -Doings
of Society in Mid- «' : '
winter.
Special to the Globe. ' y ••*; ''■'." '"■'-
DutDTU, Feb. 23.— Petitions, peti
tions, petitions! Everybody seems .to.
have oue, which leads one to the conclu
sion that everybody wants office.. J. P.
Beck wan Collector Moore's place; so J
does Charley Johnson and M. A. Hays,
and each is going about the town and
haunting the St. Louis lobby with a
large envelope tucked away in their in
side pocket ready; to bo brought out for
signature on the approach of any one
with real or supposed influence. It is
a go-as-you-please race with the': trio,
while M. H. By water and several oth
ers are not saying much, but . supposed
to be keeping up a lively thinking,- / .-"
For the postoffice, too, there, is already
a bitter fight oil. (hough thus tar the
surface indications give little light:
Postmaster Fly nn's term does not - ex
pire for nearly a year yet, and; there is
little or no enconragemant given to any
suggestion that he should be displaced,
and so petitions generally contain the
proviso, "At the expiration of the pres
ent incumbent's term." Relatively, the
race hasE. L. Fisher in the lead, Julius
Howard second, D. H. Morgan and C.
T. Cash neck and neck -for third place,
with lesser lights squinting cross-lots.
Mr. Fisher has the moral support of
pretty nearly all business men, Julius
Howard has much of the "practical pol
itics" following, while C. T. Cash hopes
for some sort of civil service and Young
Republican lightning, and I). H. Mor
gan sniffs the air. Mr. Comstock* may
succeed in satisfying tho elements, hut
it is doubtful. • ■"*•*.■* ■■''•.:•'• ; :.■' ■': . i
In another ten days the new; city
council will organize. At present it
looks as though Aid". Costello had. the
pole for presidency through a combina
ation which will inflict Aid." Ki.ngler's
son-in-law upon the city as clerk. Ald.
elect Long evidently is not a political
wire puller, and is possible now only ,in
case of a deadlock between Aid. . Cos
tello and the Swanstrom combination.
Other candidates for the clerkship are
C. E. Budd#n, who until two weeks ago
had a "sinch" oh the place, and J. S.
Derby, with one or two Barkises in the
garb of sable* horses. Chief Doran is
not disturbing himself, tl. C. Kendall
may get a place on the board of public
works— and he may not. Other places
are not exciting much attention, and all
are contingent upon the disposition of.
the chief officers. 'It looks :as ' though
Mayor Sutphin and his friends hold tne
key to the combination, and will unlock
the safe when the proper time comes.
There is a gradually growing convic
tion that there is too much work : about
the land office" to make it more" than a
comfortable berth, and it Is not eyed
with any very great" degree of longing
by any one this fariexcept Walter Mee.
He would like C. P. Magiunis' desk,
and may get it— after awhile. "V ;"■"•'. ■ '<
Duluth is mollified. K. A. : Costello
was appointed by Gov. Merriam to a
place in the Red Wing institute."
MIDWINTER SOCIETY.
Tho regular midwinter hop of the Du
luth Boat club was given at the club
rooms Wednesday evening. ; The ar
rangement committee consisted of H.
W. Pearson, B. F. Myers. C. H. Eld
ridge, W. E. Perry and Dean Burke,
and it was greatly through their efforts
that the following guests enjoyed so
pleasant an evening: Mr. and Mrs. C.
S. Miller,' Mr. and Mrs. Hooper, Col.
and Mrs. Colvill, Mr. and Mrs. Bement,
Mr. and Mrs. D. Buchanan, Mr. and
Mrs. Day, Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Cash,
Mr. and Mrs. •. Arthur, Mr. . and
Mrs. F. : E. Kennedy, • Mr. and ; Mrs.
Moles, Mrs. J. H. Triggs, Mrs. Wood ;
Misses Sutphin, Colviil, - Kinnear,
Breeze, Leland, Sutherland, Raiuey,
Mixer, Brown, Emerson, MacKinnon,
Everhard, Montague, Stultz, Cully ford,
Hunter, Dunning, Fleming. Arthur,
Blanchard and Mac Lean; Messrs. W.
F. Phelps, L. Mendenhalt, M. B. Harri
son, Pearson, Fimple, Ridgely, Buxton,
Hughes, Lord, French, Stryker, Mac
farlane, Lewis, Silvey, Walbank, Mor
gan, Mosher. Cullyford, Dean, Burke,
Moore, Shepherd,' Mackenzie, Hugo,
Crombie, Downing and Eldridge.
Miss Lucy Cullyford gave a pleasant
progressive euchre party at the Hotel
St. Louis last evening, attended by Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Miller,. Mr' and Mrs.
Bennett, the Misses. Minnie and Jennie
Everhard, Lee, MacKinson. Goodale,
Brown, Leland, Kinnear, Arthur and
Sutherland, and Messrs. B. Myers, Tot
man, Cullyford, Eldridge, Coffin, Hodge,
Smith and Watting.
A card party was given last evening
by Mrs. C. B. King at her residence in
Endion to neighbors and friends; num
bering Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Tyler and
daughter, Miss Jessie, Col. 'and Mrs.
Herbert Stevenson, Mr. and Mrs: Wil
liam McMath. Mr. and Mrs. C. E- Mer
win. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Timing and H.
S. Merwin. ••-! . '•'■ : -
The Omaha train which should have
arrived at 6:30 this morning, was. eight
hours late, owing to the derailment of a
Duluth bound, freight near Clear Lake.
Ten cars and a caboose . went over, and
Conductor Andy. Johnson, of ,St: Paul,
was so badly injured that his. leg must
be amputated. •/ , "v.* '•' : . '"■"'■•' ".'.
The records of plats in that portion* of
Minnesota point known as Upper and
Lower Duluth, are so imperfect .-and
have caused such an endless amount of
trouble that a bill is being prepared by
which it is hoped the legislature will set
tle the matter forever. ;. . ' v . '
Speaker "Graves has sent a letter to
the chamber ! of commerce saying that
he would like to bring the legislature
up here, in a body and show them the
elephant. The chamber will probably
take action at its regular meeting on
Tuesday. :;y_ ' *. , . . : i 0
Judge Steams • to-day . appointed'
Edwin A; Page, of Cloquet, clerk of the
court of Carlton county, vice W. T. !
Barker, resigned. The county 'com
mission met .in the afternoon' at
Thomas, and made Page register of
deeds as well. . ;•**■' .' • *."'
The board of education to-day let the;
contract for building the new-Lincoln'
school in the West end to Watterworth
& Fee, of this city, for 136,750. Work
will begin on the ' structures in a few
weeks, as the foundation is already in.
The weather is crowing colder' sand
the signal officer expects to see it 35 be
low by morning. .It was nearly 31 be
low at 7a. ni. to-day." Barometer thirty
one inches. _* :'
The Firemen's Relief association gave
their first annual reception at Odd Fel
lows' hall Thursday evening. It was a
largely attended and highly enjoyable
occasion. -
Ex-State Senator^ John C. Nelson, of
Otter Tail county, spent several days of
the past week in the city, the guest of
Hon. E. G. Swanstrom. ../>/
George W. Bliss, of the Headquarters
hotel, Fargo, was the guest of clerks of
the Hotel St. Louis during the week,
During the "Last Few "Weeks . /
Eastern jobbers have been making ruin
ous prices on leading Staple Goods, and
those merchants having cash' had '• an
opportunity to buy goods at lower
prices than ever before. Having taken
advantage of above sales, Habighorst &
Co. now offer Ginghams in staple and
broken checks *at 6 cents per yard;
Lonsdale Cambric, in best quality, at 10
cents; Lonsdale Muslin, in best quality,
at % A l cents; Fruit of the Loom Muslin,
8% cents; Wamsutta Muslin, atlQ
cents; and; "numerous! other; popular
brands of Muslins, etc", at equally ; low j
prices/ New goods I are continually be-,
ing received, and prices guaranteed as
low as any at Habighorst & Co.'s, 233,
235, 237 East Seventh street. -
THE PAINT 1^ DAILY GlLOBE: SUNDAY MOKMErG, FEBRUARY 24, 1889— SIXTEEN PAGES.
AN IMPORTANT NOTICE.
Messrs. Ramaley & Co., Who Are Now
Conducting
THEIR SALE OF 300 LOTS
In Ramaley Park at $250 Each on
the Subscription „
Plan, ; ;•;*'.
Have, at the wish of some of the 'lot
subscribers, concluded to make the fol
lowing change in the terms of the de
ferred payment of $200, namely: To
make a discount of 5 per cent for cash,
or to accept notes and mortgages at
8. 6, 12 and 18 months, or 6, 12, ; 18 and
24, or $10 per month for 20 months, with,
interest at 8 per cent. This sale will
positively take place on May 1, as an
nounced, as the number of subscribers
now on our books gives us r assurance
that .: we will I have the full v quota
of names by April 1. After the list is
full we will take fifty or more names
as a contingent. In case any fail to come
up with the first payment, these will
take their chances in the order num
bered. If you wish to avail yourself •of
this grand opportunity to get a valuable
home, don't put off until it is ' too late,
but come to our office at once and. place
your name on the list for one, five or ten
lots. You will never have another such
an opportunity to get a foothold at beau
tiful White Bear Lake. Ramaley & Co.,
Third and Jackson streets. . ■ .
Abbey & Schutte's Seven Corners
Livery. Operas, parties and calling a
specialty. Telephone 233.
Farmington Dairy Company.
. . One of the finest Lunch Counters, and
best quality of Pure Milk and Cream
delivered to any part of the city. John
Freely Jr., proprietor, 332 Robert.
Closing Out.
Go to the genuine closing sale of Cor
sets. . Dibble's old stand. Prices cut in
two. ". •■ . .. ; .. .-, ',. '* . ?,~v'!
Strictly For Cash.
When you buy goods at a house that
sells strictly for cash, you do not have
to pay the losses of book accounts. Buy
your groceries of Regelsberger Bros.,
the cash grocers, 219 East Seventh
street. . ■ -
Removal.
The Oliver Baker Carpet Company
have removed from 417 and 419 Wabasha
street to the three-story building for
merly occupied by the St. James hotel,
corner Third and Cedar streets.
Wall Papers at Popular Prices.
An immense new stock just opened
by the Oliver Baker Carpet Company in
their new location, corner Third and
Cedar streets, St. Paul. " r
Try 4, Solid Comfort"
And "No Name." Best 10c and 5c Ci
gars in the market. Manufactured by
Jennings the Cigar Man, 296 East Sev
enth. .. . .
: You can get any repairs for your stoves
at 186 and 188 West Seventh street. j
Closing Out Sure. - .
i Go to the great Glove sale; $1 -for
choice of all street shades. Dibble's
old stand, corner Third and Cedar.
Notice to Those Building Houses.
We are prepared to make special
prices on Nails, Locks, Bronze. Goods
and Builders'. Hardware of all kinds.
Try us. St. Paul Hardware Company,
Seventh aud Minnesota streets.
Meats still Lower.
A still further reduction has ; been
made in' meats at -.the -.Famous" .Low
Price Meat Market, corner "of Seventh'
and Locust streets' as follows: Choice
Rib Roast Beef, seven and .eight cents,
and all other meats in accordance.
Branch market, corner of Payne avenue
and Reauey street. , Weyl and Yuckel.
Smith & Taylor, -'4 !
Real Estate and Loans, have removed
to 383 Robert street, corner Fourth, Na
tional German-American ' Bank 'build
ing. ■■":'■. ••■*•-"■■• ■ ' 7* I
:"'•:. Red Figure Shoe Sale.
Reliable goods can be found only at
a reliable house. - Get your shoes at the
Cincinnati, 173 East Seventh, and save
twenty-five to forty per cent. ; '
Abbey & Schutte's Seven Corners
Livery. Operas,' parties and calling a
specialty. Telephone 2-33. j
H. H. fcchroeder
Sells everything in the furniture line
as low as the lowest. 16 East Sixth
street. ]
J. G. Moulton
Will exhibit and sell his fine collection
of Oil Paintings. _ Beautify your homes.
A grand collection to select from. Take
advantage of this sale. Stephen &
Robinson, 31 East Third st.
You can get any repairs for your stoves
at 186 and 183 West Seventh street.
For Reliable Furniture
Call on H. H. Schroeder, 16 East Sixth
street, near Wabasha. \
Grote's Tivoli.
Concert this afternoon.
Fine Seed and Plant Catalogue.
May & Co., St. Paul, Minn. The
well-known Seedsmen and Florists, will
send their first Illustrated Catalogue of
Choice Seeds and Plants to any address
free. Write tor it. . .-..-.
I • Lessons in Painting,
i j Embroidery and Paper Flowers. Miss
! O'Leary's, 255 West Third street.
Pansy Seed.
• 'Finest Imported Varieties. May &
. Co., Seed men and Florists, 5 We^t Third
i ! street, St. Paul, Minn.
: Special Notice to Mechanics,
Carpenters, Machinists, Masons, Mould
ers. Call at St. Paul Hardware Com
pany, Seventh and \ Minnesota streets,
and save 25 per cent on all kinds of
Tools. We carry . largest line in the
. city. . I
Try "'Solid Comfort"
And "No Name." Best 10c and 5c Cigars
in the market. ; Manufactured by Jen
nings, the Cigar Man, 296 East Seventh.
Carefully Cleaned Bird Soed.
North Star Seed Store, 21 West Third.
J. C. Hanley
Has 1,000 cords of good Body Wood for
sale; price as low as the lowest. Also
best grades of Hard and Soft Coal. Call
and see our bargains before purchasing
elsewhere. J. C. Hanley Lime company,
corner Eighth and Wacouta streets. . .-
Bank and Office Bailing.
St. Paul Wire Works, 21 West Third.
A Liberal Discount. "'-;
From this date until March 15, we
will give a liberal discount on all heavy
weight goods. Our stock is not broken,
and we have now, _ as always, a very .
elegant assortment ef Suitings, ' Pant
ings and Overcoatings. Call early, and
make a selection. Duncan & Barry, 80
East Third street, St. Paul.
"■ -A Grand Success. ■•
Considering the extremely cold
weather, there was quite a large attend*-"
ance at the opening of . the new mer
chant tailoring establishment 'at * 232
East Seventh, of L. verstone, late of !
New York. Mr, S. has an enviable
reputation in ■ Gotham as a cutter aDd
? radical tailor, and all who visited
is place yesterday must ; concede that
the general make-up of the room * and
novel designing , of his wares . bespeak
the capabilities of Mr. S. as an artist in
draping, either man ;or a store room.
This new store was a pleasing sight to
look upon, last evening, the night being* '
converted into day by- the numerous >
electric lights, and the band "■ playing a i
catching air while the "spectators wrn*-"
dered among the , : numerous piles of
cloth from the looms of every land. St. i
Paul people should encourage this new- >
comer with ■; their patronage, for he |
shows indominable energy, enterprise,
has a reputation as a connoisseur of gen- i
tlemen's clothing, and undoubtedly has'
the ? finest 1 selection, or .■• collection, of a
piece goods ever seen in St. Paul; and*j
above all, he will inaugurate popular
prices. . ,- * „
GROCERIES. J\
In our previous advertisements we ,
have called your attention only" to our- ■ ■
cheap goods.. In this we wish to men- '
tion our fine goods, of which we have a* ;
full stock, both foreign : and domestic;
on these ws. have also reduced our price. '
Never before have groceries • : been ' as
cheap as at present. Avail yourself of
this opportunity— now, it will pay
you. Next week we are going to give
you an advertisement that will astonish
you swatch out for it in the meantime.
Save all orders for tea and coffee for the
Andrew Schoch Grocery company, cor- •
ncr Seventh. and Broadway. ;
. ■*■. . .Special Present.
Your choice- of several articles given
with every pound of Thea Nectar Tea
or A. &P. Baking Powder. Sold only
by the Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea
company, 418 Wabasna street.
•*> Fine Chickens and Turkeys,
Spare Ribs, • Pork Tenderloins, Sugar-
Cured Hams and a great variety of
Choice Meats. F. W.Luley & Son, 382
Jackson street. : • .
Ladies' 5 1-2 and 5 3-4
Gloves almost given away. Dibble's
old stand, corner Third and Cedar.
.. . Don't Die, *". ..-
It is cheaper to live. Just think of the
extremely low • prices . that Michaud
Bros., St. Paul's Leading Purveyors,
are quoting on 'every thine pertaining to
alimentary products. They carry a
stock of goods nnequaled by any whole
sale or retail grocery house in the land,
and from the low figures they quote one
would judge that they intended to do a
business not secend to any firm in all
Christendom. Their shelves are loaded
with a grand line of Canned and Bot
tled Goods, which they intend to reduce
before spring, and the prices will surely
move them. Elegant Canned Corn and
Tomatoes at 10 cents per can, simply
invincible; Egg Plums and Peaches,
both Eastern and California, at 15 cents
per can; fine Apr icots.three-pound cans,
at 17 cents; and these prices are merely
an insinuation of the reasonable figures
made on Sugar, Flour and Coffee.
These people make a specialty of sup
plying families, hotels and restaurants
at wholesale prices.
L-aces and Embroideries.
Prices cut right in two. Must close
out at once. Dibble's old stand, corner
Third and Cedar. - i! f
OPENED TO THE PUBLIC. |
St. Paul's New Enterprise, the
■| Michaud Carpet Co., Opens, its
Doors to the Citizens Yesterday
Morning.
Those that had the courage to vent
ure out in the cold yesterday. arid visit
the new establishment at 417 Waubasha !
street, were well paid for their trouble**,"
for a more replete display of carpets,
draperies, i decorations and wall] paper
has never been collected under one
roof in this city before. Their stock
has not ail arrived as yet, but a credit
able .*; showing ; greets the eye of the
spectator, and shows ; plainly that the
'arranging. of the goods is not: the work
of a novice. Each department of this
new establishment. will be in able, nnd
experienced* hands, and if lovers of
the beautiful cannot.be satisfied in this
house, it will be very strange.
.'•;'•.-•••.■- /MABMED."..' .'■
LEWIS— HALE— Feb. 20, 1889, at the home
of the bride's brother, Thomas W. Hale,
Fairfield, Vt., by Rev. A. 11. Bailey, Rich
ard J. Lewis, of St. Paul, Minn., and Jen
-.'. Die A. Hale, of Fairfield.' Vt. : no cards.
.'•■: :"••',-",. ' -.:. HIEP..- '"'; ! -■'.'.
fIENSEL— In St. Paul, Feb. 21, at 6:20
■ a.' m., Henry Henscl, of inflammation of tho
lungs. Funeral from German Evangel
• Lutheran church, corner Wabasha and
. : Tilton street, Sunday," Feb. 24, at 2 p.m.
I Friends of the family are invited to attend. .
KONZEM— At 3 a. m., Saturday morning, ,
Mathias Konzem. aged fifty-seven years. j
Funeral from the residence, 226 Pearl :
• street, Monday, at 8 :'3 : J a. m. Friends in- ;
• vited. .;:
MICHEL— At Bethlehem, Pa., Feb. 22, John
F. Michel, aged . twenty-five years, brother
of Mrs, A. E. Devitt - and Mrs. T. W. Mc-
Auley, of this city. Funeral notice here
after. ' • .. • ' : ':;>'■■;.*-■-'
SHERMAN— In St. Paul, Minn., Feb. 23.
1889, at family residence, No. 256 Ex
change street. Charles H. Sherman. No
tice of funeral will be given hereafter.
Buffalo, N. "St., papers please copy.'
FOR FUNERALS— Carriages for %'Z and
hearse §3. E. W. Shirk's livery stable, 284
East Ninth street, corner Rosabel street.
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reopened, old stand, corner Cedar and
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Sold only in cans. Royal Baking
Powder Co., 106 Wall street. New York.
'.: - AJMUSEMg-MTg. ™~ !
OLYMPIC THEATER. i
Seventh street, near Jackson. . . .
Pat Conley, Prop. ; I . ; W. J. Wells, Mart/
Feb. 25 and Nightly all the Week and Satur- •
>'. '•- . day Matinee at 3 :30 p. m., "'f' ..'■'-.'' .! "-
THE NIGHT HAWKS!
Famous Parisian Beauties. The Dolls' Quad
rille, The New Amazon March, 12 Specialty .
Acts, 12, and first production in this city of
the *. new ; comic ** nonsensical < musical bur- j
lesque, produced with wonderful scenic ef
fects,elegant costumes, new local hlts.enarm-
Ing women, pretty ' tableaux, in one -act and
seven scenes, arranged by Billy Wells, and i \
called.-;::.-.' •■".■: ..'-":.' : :,.-'': ; :' ,; -"-" :
"THE BAWDIT." ;
:'• Prices, 10 btt, 25^ts, 35 cts, 50 cts and %l(; : %
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GRAND So E us A E MINNEAPOLIS.
ONE WEEK ONLY.) ™ GIN C>
S First Time in ths city, i Monday Eye., Feb. 25.
Wednesday and Saturday Matinees.
The Chicago Opera House Second • Animal Spectacular Ex
j *- . travaganza, the -
! CRYSTAL
SLIPPER
'■■■.■■■•: Or, Prince Prettywitz and Little Cinderella.
With all the Magnificent Scenery^ Elaborate Costumes, Unique
Properties and Great Cast, wliich have won for this
Superb Presentation Success in Chicago, New ;
- - York, Boston and Philadelphia.
200 on the Stage ! 100 in Chorus ! 60 in Ballet !
A SCORE OF WELL-KNOWN COMEDIANS.
" • SEE " | SEE """I
I The March of the Supper Service Cinderella and the Valet. 1
I The Banquet Ballet. Clara Qualitz and Little Tich. 1
I Th» Nursery Rhymes. I The Ponies and Coach. J.
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I The Devil Crabs. I The Baron and Daughters, 1
§ The Animated Oysters. , ; 1 Eealms of the Revolving Hours i
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THREE GREAT BALLETS.
NOTE---This performance will not be seen in St. Panl. Seats may
lie had at Dyer Bros., 14.8 East Third Street, St. Paul. Performance
oyer at 10:45, allowing' visitors time to catch returning; trains.
PRICES: EVENINGS, 25 Cents to §1.59; MATINEES, 25 Cents to $1.00.
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F a Y — -THE MAMMOTH m V|9 5
„ Dime MUSEUIVI
: KOHL, MiDDLETON & CO., Proprietors. i
WEEK BEGINNING MONDAY, FEBRUARY 25 1
mi ii limn ih i ii nn iirrrnn — r~iinni mi uiiiiiMiiMiiri— *-n c— --*■«.— x —-—a nn -tf
You are cordially invited to attend the iirst annual \
RECEPTION AND BALL
j '. GivEN BY ALL OF THE
; TATTOOED LADIES AND GENTLEMEN . ,
•iCT 1^ I^"".^' -- : -'V' !; " —-— r- L r : ".. ■, ™~
In AiiiKin-.il. nvBATi-FOUK TATTOOED . COUPLE will appsar afternoon an-l even
*. : . ing, dancing German, Mazurka, Berlin, -Newport, Waltz, Esmeralda and York.
THEATER NO. I.' .....BIJOU COMEDY COMPANY
.^ THEATER NO. 2.... ..... ..... BOSTON ."VAUDEVILLE 'COMPANY*,-
Open from 1 to 5 and 6:30 to 10 p. m. Daily.
ADMISSION TO ALL - - - ONE DIME.
NEWMARKET THEATER.
L. N. SCOTT. Lessee and Manager.
To-Morrow, a | GOODFUN
MONDAY, *■' LASTS
FEB. 25. Hi FOREVER
Matinee Saturday at 2:30.
THE FUNNIEST OP FL'N> MEN,
. The Popular Comedians,
■ill
IN THEIR NEW EDITION OF
— A— --;
PARLOR*
■A n H A : I ■'- il 1 1
★ MATCH.
Hoy t's Funniest and Best Play,
Bubbling Over With Satire
and Fnn. -■;.'.
Overflowing r With New Music,
\ Sparkling With New Songs. ' ?;
Ornamented With .New Dances,
Embellished With New Features.
FUNNIER Than Ever BEFORE^
; Secure seats early at box office and Whit- .
ney's music store. - -
THE PEOPLE'S THEATER.
last night op the laughable ;
■: comedy, ;-'
; "MARRIED LIFE."
•"•- Next wee*. Sheridan's Immortal comedy,
"THE school FOB SCANDAL. Mon
day night, benefit tot Mr. Lipsj*^ :
NEWMARKET THEATER
L. N. SCOTT, Lessee and Manager.
The last Performance To-Slight,
(This (Sunday) Might).
WEBSTER-BRADY COMPANY
Tne Great Sensational Play,
AFTER DARK!
See the Great Water Scene ! <
3,000 Cubic Feet of Real Water. Come Early
and Secure Good Seats.
GOUNODXLUB
THIRD - X
CONCERT
PEOPLE'S THEATER
EVENING, MARCH I
Miss Christine Nielson, Contralto (of
Chicago). - ' ,
Madame Josephine Chatterton, Solo
Harpist (of London, England).
CHORUS 50 VOICES !
33-GRAND~ORCHESTRA-35
So MUSICIANS. \1
■ Seats may be reserved at Dyer Bros.'
Music Store, 148 East Third street, Wed
nesday, Feb. 27, at 9. o'clock a. in.
Money to Loan
On improved and unimproved prop
erty, "without delay, at Lowest
Rates. ; '-.-'
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