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ONE PHASt^OF LIFE.
A Pathetic Scene of Existence
on the Connemara
Flats.
Heroic Patience and Suffer
ings of a Bright Irish
Colleen.
Crippled in the Effort to Save
Her Brother, She Lies
Helpless.
Angels of Goodness Contrast
ed With Hard Men of
Business.
On a wretched pallet bed. In a still
more wretched shanty on the Conne
mara flats, a young girl is lying, and
there in all prcba bility she will lie until
life for her has ru n its course and she
is called to take her place among. the
white-clad throng beyond the great di
vide. Agnes O'llara has seen sixteen
summers fade and die. Four of them—
the last four— have found and left her a
hopeless cripple. Her only joys are the
books and papers brought her by
a few kind-hearted ladies who
know her sad history; her one
occupation, the making of artificial
flowers, In which she has become very
skillful. Occasionally a visit from one
of the good Sisters of Mercy lightens
the interior of the dingy cabin for a
time, and the crippled child connts the
minutes between these visits, for she is
often left alone with her thougets,
which can scarcely be other than sad,
The history of this childish heroine,
upon whose wonderfully beautiful face
sits an expression of resignation pain
ful to see in one so young, is a
remarkably sad one, and the quiet hero
ism she displays in bearing her terrible
affliction, uttering no word of complaint
from one weary week's end to another,
might well be accepted as
A LESSON IX FOIITITrDE
by some of her more fortunate sisters in
the higher walks of life. Four years
ago, Agness— then twelve years old, and
a" beautiful girl even at that age—bare
footed and ill clad as she was, bravely
attempted to save her baby brother
from beneath the iron heels of a flying
team of horses. The attempt was not
successful. The baby was killed, and
Agness received injuries to her spine,
which made her the helpless little crip
ple she now is. Speaking of her afflic
tion to a Globe reporter, the child told
of how she spent the weary days.
"The worst of it is," she said, "1 can't
sleep very much at nights; because I'm
in bed always, I think it is. Thedoctor
is so kind though, and he says, that per
haps in a year or two, when I'm done
.rowing, 1 may be able to walk. It's so
funny to think how I've grown since 1
was hurt. When I first was laid in this
bed it had just lots of room, but now I
can touch the bottom with my toes."
"Don't you lose heart sometimes
when left alone in this place?" was
asked. •
B"Oh! no. I make flowers you know,
and the kind ladies bring me lots
of colored paper, and Mag, that's my
little sister, she . . r -- .-
SELLS THE FOWERS.
"And once I made enough flowers to
earn $12, all in one month. Sometimes
I feel sorry that 1 can't hear singing,
for Ido so love music, but one can't
have everything they want, can they?
And twice, the pretty ladies, three of
them— came here and sang, oh, so
sweetly. They promised to come again,
too, and you can't think how I look for
ward to it. Once I had a music box that
played ever so many pretty tunes. We,
my sister and 1, were trying to pay for
It on installments, a dollar a week. It
was all paid for but $4, and then dad
got sick and we couldn't pay the dollar, .
so the man came and took away our
beautiful music. I was so sorry, for it
made me happy lots of times when
every one was away at work. I used
to listen to it and forget all about being
a useless little cripple. The doctor says
if 1 had the proper kind of a chair with
wheels on, I should be able to go out
side in it sometime this summer. Oh,
if I could, I should be the happiest girl
in the world, Two or three times Miss
Williams came down here to Conne
mara. and she reads so beautifully to
me. She's
A PLAY ACTRESS
you know, and she sings just lovely.
Sallie Williams, they call her in the
newspapers, because I read about her
once, and I didn't call her Sally, De
cause I was afraid she might not like
it. I'd give anything if she would let
me call her Sally, because I love her
ever so much. It always makes me feel
ashamed of my weakness, though when
she cries, she always cries about me,
and brings me the prettiest flowers. I
should think the people at the theater
would love her very much, all the peo
ple love her down here for her kindness
to me. Once when Dad was very sick
with typhoid fever, and the men
wouldn't let us have any more coal,
somebody sent $10 in an envelope with
out any name or anything. I believe I
know who it was, for once Miss Will
iams wrote me out a song and the let
ters are just like the ones on the en
velope. Good-bye, it's so nice ol you to
come and talk to a lonely cripple girl,
and Ido so love to talk to people who
are ■___£
MOVING AROUND IN THE WORLD.
every day, and know so much that I
don't. Good-bye, sir."
"This is a beautiful child, Mrs.
O'llara," said the scribe, as the girl's
mother, with true Irish courtesy, fol
lowed him to the door.
"Shure, yer honor, and she's just al
ways the same patient colleen as yez
see her now. It's a many friends she's
afther havin' for a poor child, an things
might be worse afther all than they be.
The old man can't earn much, only 19 a
week, an' It's hard to make ends mate,
what with docther's bills an the like. It
near broke me heart when the poor dear
lost her music box. Shure I saw the
great salt tears roll down her poor
white cheeks when the dhirty spalpeen
walked through the door beyant with
the music under his arm. But she
smiled thro' her tears, and said to me,
sez she, 'Don't be sorry mother,' she
sez, 'we'll get anither wan some day.'
An' there was only a little to pay on It,
aither, for the child was makin' flowers
an' sellin' 'em, an' paid sixteen dollars;
the music was only twinty. Good day
to yez, sir, an' luck go with yez for the
rale jintleroan that yez are, and call
agen if it plaze yez."
■WEATHER AND CROPS. ;
Signal Officer Healy's Reports
Show Minnesota All Right and
Red River Valley Rather
Wrong. -§_fnaa
Average temperature Is reported from
the west and northwest, and it has
been . somewhat cooler than usual in
other parts of Minnesota. Good sum
mer heat is now prevailing in all sec
tions of the 'state, however. Good,
heavy showers occurred in Sherburne,
Winona, Stevens and Rice counties, and
light showers in Ramsey, Steele,
Brown, Goodhue, Douglas, Dakota and
Kittson. Except in a few localities the
sunshine has been average and above.
The reports are generally favorable this
week, except from the Red river valley
country, where the present conditions
indicate only about half a crop.
REMARKS OF CORRESPONDENTS,
New rim— crops, with the exception
of corn, fully meet expectations this year.
Morris— Crops are improving since the
rain came. Grain will be thin and short and
grass crop will be late.
Faribault— s'*.->wer on Tuesday.
Heavy rains needed badly; ground very
dry.- ■'■
Northfield— good rain on Tuesday, and
with previous rains all crops are doing well.
It Is 88 in "the shade to-day. Hay crop will
be short. ■ ' : apw* *> ~ff**q^3-_KB— _MBW-WM
Red Wing— All kinds of crops are growing
very finely. Everything indicates an abun
dant yield. . :
Grand Meadow— Wo Z need -' rain. Small
grain looks well. Corn backward. Hay crop
will be light; timothy light; clover light
- - Austin— Small grain looks splendid. Corn
crop a Initio backward. Grass will be a light
crop. A good shower would help all .crops.
\\ inona— We had an extra heavy shower of
rain and hail this week, which made high
water. The grain crop is coming rapidly
forward; it is well stooled and heading out*,
prospects good. Small fruits and vegetables
have matured. River rising. •
Elk River— Fine rains on the nights of the
25th and 26th, thoroughly wetting the
ground. Everything is now booming. The
chinch bug has done no damage in this sec
tion.
Medford— The light rains of the past week
have done great good to growing crops. Ow
ing to cloudiness the evaporation has been
less than usual. :' •. r.-y
La Crosse— temperature has been favor
able to small grain. No rain during the
week. - ,:
Moorhead— Drv weather continued during
the week. Only '..02 inch of rain. Crops
are undoubtedly badly damaged, and in some
instances beyond repair. ■-•
Wadena— Rain is needed to save the rye,
which is headed. Com doing nicely. All
grains need rain.
Brainerd— No rain the past week. A shower
would do much good; crops not suffering,
however. Clouding up for rain to-day (28t-J.
Maximum temperature for the week, 94 Jeg. ;
minimum, 53 deg.
D ulutb— Temperature and sunshine about
average; rainfall only a trace.
Alexandria— warm weather after last
week's rains is helping all crops along ad
mirably.
Farmington— Oats and hay will be short
crops. " ' .
Luverne— We had a light rain last Sunday
night; all crops are doing well.
Currie— weather is pushing crops
rapidly. .
Worthington— wheat crop promises
fairly yet; oats injured badly by dry weather;
corn still looks well; tame hay very light;
wild hay lighter than average, but a fair crop.
Argyle— lt still continues dry. Farmers do
not expect more than half a crop, and many
will not get that. y-
- St Vincent— Wheat is being plowed under
by some, Under the most - favorable condi
tions a half crop can hardly be expected.
Good rains must come very soon, or Kittson
county, Minn.; and Pembina county, Dak.,
will not have a bushel of wheat, barley or
oats. <^-*___g|__~P33E9_
Note— Correspondents are especially re
quested to report regularly. Wnen your|blanks
are nearly exhausted, please so state in the
weekly report. _£__■_■_■_
__
Hotel St. Louis Trains.
On and after June 30, 1889, the Chicago,
Milwaukee & St. Paul railway will run
trains as follows: Leave St. Paul at
j 9:00 a. in., 1:00 p. m., 5:00 p. m.; leave
Minneapolis at 6:30 and 9:10 a. m., 1:15
and 5:"0 p. m.; leave Minnetonka at
7:30 and 10:25 a. m. aud 4:25 and 10:40
p. m. Trains leaving Minneapolis at
6:30 a. m. and Minnetonka at 7:30 a.
m. are daily except Sunday. All
other trains : daily. Fare for the
round trip, 75 cents. This is the only
line to Hotel St. Louis, the most charm
ing spot on the lake. The hotel is now
open, under the management of W. W.
Wait, who will be glad to furnish all
information regarding rates and accom
modations on application to . him at
Northome postoffice, Minn. For excur
sion rates for picnics and use of beauti
ful picnic grounds, apply to W. H.
Dixon, Assistant General Passenger
Agent, St. Paul, Minn. v. ?iv- ; :
FACTS AND FANCIES.
Turnip Seed.
North Star Seed store, 21 West Third.
Do You Know That You Can
Save 25 to 50 per cent on Shoes and
Slippers by dealing at the Cincinnati .
Shoe Company's, 173 East Seventh?
Floral Designs
For funerals, weddings, etc. When time
does not exceed three days in transpor
tation by express, safe arrival and in
good condition guaranteed. L. L. May
& Co., Florists, 5 West Third street.
Best Creamery Butter, 15c lb.,
In 4-lb. jars. Regelsberger Bros.
.-'.. Mott's Cider,
A superior beverage for summer,
healthful and pleasant Ask your
grocer for it, and if he does not keep it,
order from the wholesale agents, Cor
nish, Curtiss J & Greene company, 818 "
Robert street, St. Paul.
No Engagement.
Harper's Bazar. Mijjffj
""1 am like a tree," he observed, as
the clock struck 11. "I am rooted at
your side." _sf?*Ss_
"Yes, but you never leave, do you?"
And then he "put forth." y
For Lake Cottages.
China Mattings, Oriental Rugs and
Carpets, at the Oliver Baker Carpet
Company's, corner Third and Cedar
streets.
Buy Furniture and Carpets
Of G. F. Benedict, Seven Corners, Fore
paugh Block.
Celery and Late Cabbage Plants
Offered in large quantities by L. L.
May & Co., Seedsmen, 5 West Third
street. J-• .-'.'--'. - .' I
The Finest House Painting
And Decorating is done by P. Davis &
Co., 196 East Ninth street.
Howell's Ice Cream Parlors,
At Seven corners, both wholesale and
retail Ice Cream by the pint, quart and
gallon. Hpy
At the Club.
"I thought Gus said he would never
look at a glass of liquor again?" -
"So he did." V ;
"Well, he is roaring drunk in the next
room."
"Yes, I know it; but he is blindfolded.
Gus is a man of his word, every time.
H. Swift & Son
Have just received a car load of Fancy
Lemons for 4th of July trade.
Milk Cans.
Milk Shipping Cans. Dairymen
should order now of Cornish, Curtiss &
Greene company, Wholesale Dairy
Goods. _________
Cut Flowers.
Large assortment to be had at all
times. L. L. May & Co., Florists, 5
West Third street.
Abbey & Schutte's Seven Corners
Livery. Operas, parties, and calling . a
specialty. Telephone 339-2.
A choice corner lot will be sold at
auction on Farrington and St. Anthony
avenues at 10:30 a. m. to-morrow morn
ing. ________
Still Holding the Note.
Lawrence American. ;
Merritt— Wonderful singer, Mme.
Higbcee. Why, she holds a note nearly
five minutes
Fortune— That's nothing. I've been
holding one of your notes for nearly six
months, and I wish you'd pay up.
At Ftnkslstein's,
89 East Seventh street, you can obtain
loans of $25 and upwards at less rate
than at any other pawnbroker's.
Fortune's Favorites.
The persons who secured the watches
from the three clubs of the Minnesota
Watch Company this week were Charles
Murphy, 471 Rondo: J. G. Sayler, 409
North First street: E. B. Peaslee, Hen
nepin avenue, Minneapolis. This is a
popular mode of securing a good watch
at reasonable prices and liberal time.
Their office Is at the corner of Fourth
and , Robert streets, Room 4, = second
floor. - \" ■/ : - ; -.y
The Gem Filter
(Warranted) removes all impurities : out
of water. Room 123," Cumberland block .
None Left.
Texas tings. .
Cashier— the portelectric sys
THE SAINT PAXIL i DAILY S GLOBE: SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 30, 1889.— SIXTEEN PAGES.
. tern la introduced people will be able to
travel at the rate of 200 miles an hour.
: President— Wonder what •we will do
for cashiers when that conies to pass. _
* We Call Your Attention
To A. G. Pell's advertisement in to
day's edition.
Epp's Cocoa, SOO a Package
At Regelsberger Bros., 219 E. Seventh.
If You Could Save lO Per Cent
On your Furniture bill, why not do it
by buying your Furniture from \H. H.
Schroeder, 10 East Sixth street? •
Get the Best.
The Leonard Dry Air Refrigerators
positively guaranteed the best made;
second car just received. Call early
while we have all sizes; we are making
very low prices. St. Paul Hardware
Company, Seventh and Minnesota. . ~
Carpets and Feathers Cleaned
By Dickenson & Gross. 6th & Cedar sts
Avoid Doctor, Bills,
Disease, perhaps death, by using the
Gem Filter. Room 123, Cumberland
block.
All Kinds of Wire Work.
St. Paul Wire Works, 21 West Third.
For Furniture and Carpets
You should call on Benedict, Forepaugh
Block, Seven Corners.
Delightful Thought
To know you can have pure water by
using a Gem Filter on the faucet. Room
123, Cumberland block.
Privileges
For sale during the great meeting of St.
Paul Driving club, July 9, 10, 11 and 12.
A. H. Simon, Secretary, 314 Jackson
street. !_-_— J_G___l
Java and Mocha Coffe, 30c lb.,
At Regelsberger Bros., 219 E. Seventh.
Lawn Mowers. y ',
"Philadelphia," "New Model," and
the latest and best, the "Diamond,"
positively guaranteed or money . re
turned; our prices are right. St, Paul
Hardware Company, Seventh and Min
nesota.
See Taylor's $2.50 Cabinets.
Jewel Stove—Gasoline .:
Lowest price. R. Seeger, 260 East 7th. : ;.j
Shifting the Blame.
Time.
A little Jewess was one day slighted
by the boys and girls of Christian fami
lies with whom she was accustomed to
play. B__fSi_M_l
Upon asking the reson for the sudden
change of friendship, she received this
answer from the leader of the majority:
"Our parents say you Jews caused the,
death of our Saviour." .
"Well, it wasn't my family," replied
the little Israelite, "though, between
you and me, I shouldn't wonder if it
was the Cohens."
Howells, Manufacturers
Of Ice Cream and all goods in -their
line. 182 West Seventh, Seven corners.
You Will Like It. ,
"Whipped Cream" Soda. Ewing's,
Hotel Ryan.
Rock Salt for Horses.
De Cou & Co., 21 West Third.
Baby Day
Next Monday at Taylor's just the same.
Keep Cool.
Buy your Water Coolers and Filters at
St. Paul Hardware Company's, Seventh
and Minnesota. All sizes and low
prices. _____B9__&
Home-Made.
Burlington Free Press.
Sarah Ann— Oh, this awful raihoad
junction! Here we are for five hours
with absolutely nothing to read. " "'"•'/ '"'
Mary Jane (sotto voice)— why
couldn't we read your bustle?
Sell Your Surplus Furniture to
Kavanagh & Johnson, 187 & 189 E. 6th.
Jewel Gasoline Stoves.
Latest improvements at Robert See
ger's, 260 East Seventh.
We Are Doing Our Best y:*
On our $2.50 Cabinets. Seven Corners
Gallery. . "'*"■'"-'.'.
"Whipped Cream" Soda.
Cool and refreshing. Ewing's Drug
Store. -.-•■.'-.:*."■"■
Land Plaster for Grass.
De Con & Co., 21 West Third.
The Public v
Will be \ pleased to learn that M. Cross
has opened a branch store at 471 Waba
sha street. They carry an elegant line
of goods. Owing to the j fact, that ■' the
season is coming to an end they will
sell all goods at ali oeral discount. Come
early and make selections. 471 Wabasha
street, near Market hall. "'
An Enthusiastic Maid.
Lewiston Journal.
A young lady whose charms are
known to all social Lewiston came
home one day with a row of sixteen lit
tle pin holes it one corner of her new
parasol and eight similar punches In
another.
Her mother was horrified and
indignantly rebuked her.
What do you suppose the dear girl
had been doing? ■
i. Scoring the runs at a base ball game.
Hats for the Lake.
A complete line of White Straw
Goods and pretty Hats for the Lake;
also handsome Flowers and . Ribbons at
Mrs. Nichols, Dickinson's Glass Block,
Cool Off With
"Whipped Cream" Soda. Ewing's
Drug Store.
Grote's Tivoli. --,-.
Concert this afternoon and in . the
evening. _________
To the Races!
Almost everybody is figuring on going
to the races, and, as a result, many
strangers will visit the city during the
excitement. "The : Michaud Carpet
company" will offer special inducements
In Carpets, Draperies, Wall Paper and
Window Shades for this occasion. We
have the goods, the workmen, and ours
is the only house in the Northwest
whose entire stock is new. The Mi
chaud, Carpet Company, 417 Wabasha
street. __________
Two Cans Imported Sardines, 25c,
At Regelsberger Bros., 219 E. Seventh.
Twenty-Six Years of Success
Is to-day making H. H. Scroeder the
Pioneer in the Furniture Business .In
this city. Honest, reliable goods and
lowest prices is our motto. 16 East
Sixth street. -
PIED.
LUNKENHEIMER— In St. Paul, Friday,
June 28, 1889, at 9:15 p. m., of Bright 1 s
disease, John Lunkenheim Jr., aged forty
six yeais. Funeral Sunday, at 1 :30 p. m„
from residence, 122 West Sixth street.
Services at 2 p. m. at Assumption church.
McHUGH— In St. Panl. on June 28. at his
home, No. 453 Oakland street John Me
. Hugh, aged seventy-seven years. Funeral
from the cathedral on Monday, July 1, at
: 9a. m. Friends invited to attend.
SANDFORD— On the2Bth Inst, Livingston
Taylor, beloved son and only child of
Harry and Emma Sandford. Funeral pri
ll ARROUN— In St. Paul, Saturday, at 9:40
p. m., Martha Elizabeth, beloved daughter
of Edward R. and Lizzie . F. Harroun. aged
four months and one day. Funeral from
' St John's church, Dayton's Bluff, Monday,
at 10 a. m. ; --v--:..y : "-.-.-;?^g«s_ufflgßßjß
AHIf OUW CEMEKTB.
NOTICE — THE CO-PARTNERSHIP
• between Henry Bockstruck and Andrew
J. Lee, doing business under the firm* name
and t-tvle of Bockstruck & Lee, 11 East Sev
enth si., St. Paul, Minn., has been dissolved
by mutual consent. Mr. Henry Bockstruck
assumes all the assets and liabilities of the
firm. Dated at St, Paul, Minn., this 18th day
of June, 1889.*. Henry Bookstruck, Andrew
J. Lee. ■ -•■■•.' ■•.:■:■-.
OVAL— X. LESLIE .WAKE, Till
mortgage, loan and insurance concern
have removed from 28 East : Fourth St., tot
309Vs Jackson St., where he will continue
his former business . under the firm name of
Guild- Ware. ■ 1
HE MEM 11 OF THE ST. PAUIJ
Fire Department ' association are re
quested to attend the funeral of John Lun_
enheimer Jr.; an honored member' or our as
sociatlon, at 122 West Sixth street, Sunday
June 30. 2p. m. . T. Keardon, President. 0.
H. Williams, secretary.
POWDER
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 mul
titude of low test, short weight, ' alum or
phosphate powders. Sold only in cans. Royal
j Baking Pqwdjh Co., 106 Wall St.. N. Y. -
AMUSEMENTS.
PEOPLE'S THEATRE !
To-night a Great Production,
"ARRAH-:-NA-:-POGUE!"
Next week the delightful comedy, "Clouds."
Wednesday and Saturday matinees at 2 p. m.
Tickets at Mussetter's. corner Fourth and
Wabasha, and Finch's jewelry store, 155
East Third street. .y
Kohl, Middleton & Co.'s m : m
IME-:- MUSEUM
IME-:-MUSEU|VI
Week Beginning Monday, July 1.
THE WONDERS OF THOUGHT READING
BROTHERS NELSONIA
ry. 7"' Who will mystify the most skeptical
by their wonderful gift. ;
BARNEY NELTON, Little Armless Artist •
THOMPSON. Blind Whittler. - ;
PENNICK, Human Balloon.
SAMOAN WARRIOR.
Theater No. I— Brothers Nelsonia . in
"Mnemonics."
Theater No. 2— Mvles Morris' Hibernican.
Open daily I to 5 and 7 to 10 p. m.
July 4th, open 10 a. m. to 10 p. m.
ADMISSION TO ALL, - 10 CENTS.
RED ROCK GAMP MEETING,
■ '.:-.' -■■■ - — ■ .".':-. ' .-. *
Sunday, Juns 30th, Steamers Cleon, Percy
Swain and Borealis Rex will leave dock,
foot Jackson street, every half hour, com
mencing at 9a. m. Last boat leaves grounds
at 10 p. m. - .
BICYCLE RACES
—AT— - -
ATHLETIC PARK, ]
JTT__f_" 2, 3, -4,
Races commence each day at 2 :30. ~
Health Is Wealth.
Dr. E. C. West's Nerve and Brain Treat
hent, a guaranteed specific for Hysteria
Dizziness, Convulsions, Fits, Nervous Neu
ralgia, Headache, Nervous Prostration caused
by the use of alcohol or tobacco, Wakeful
ness, Mental Depression, Softening of the
Brain resulting in insanity and leading t
misery, decay and death. Premature Old Age,
Barenness, Loss of Power in either sex. In
voluntary Losses and Spermatorrhoea caused
by over-exertion of the brain, self-abuse or
over-indulgence. Each box contains one
month's treatment SI a box, or six boxes
for $5, sent by mail prepaid on receipt of
price.
.! WE GUARANTEE SIX BOXES
To cure any case. With each order received
by us tor six boxes, accompanied with $5.
we will send the purchaser our written guar
antee to refund the money it - the treatment
does not effect a cure. Guarantees issued
only by Hip pier & Collier, tbe open all-night
druggists, corner Seventh and Sibley streets,
St. Paul, Minn.
MONEY AT
51 Qf On Improved St.
■ / Paul Business
2/o Property*
On Improved Res- CZ \V
idenee Property.
LOANS ON INSIDE VACANT PROPERTY.
LOANS ON FARMS.
Privileges of Prepayment or Partial Payment
BEST TERMS AND RATES.
Graves & Vinton Company!
Globe Building, St PauL . ,
CORNER /*g%k
OF L H Hi
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CEDAR i^W
I ICS ______i____^_D .fl
DR. ELLIS, DENTIST.
All lines of dentistry done at lowest prices,
All work First-Class and Warranted. .
Take elevator to fourth floor. »
TO RENT i
SPLENDID OFFICES j
On Second Floor of our New Building ait
389 Sibley Street. I
PRIMS & KOCH.
NirHMTM Ph. D., Analytical
. Ill_n_ll-_l, and Technical Chem
ist; Office and Lab. No. 866 Jackson
street, St. Paul. Minn. ' - Personal atten
tion given to all kinds of Assaying, Ana*,
lyzing and Testing. Chemistry applied
to all arts and manufactures • -■ ' y
H. M. TEMPLE,
ACCOUNTANT,
52 Chamber of Commerce, :.?• .. - >
Telephone, 780- 2. ST. PACT.
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rlgatta lilks During To-morrow, Tuesday and Wednesday of this week we shall offer -_^{_£_J§i__i
Regatta silks our patrons several Bargains, for which we expect their appreciation. Every - ?gg}?ig iiJil
regatta silks yard of BLACK SILK will be sold, guaranteeing the wear of the same! puritan silks
SSatta^SSS Every yard of Black Silk is either one of the following MOST FAVORABLY S^S
regatta silks KNOWN BRANDS • puritan silks
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rfp att l- Sf'K? W3__F* Most of our patrons are familiar with the names of the __g_g¥i_s §___!§
regatta silks ((m IK above Silks, in itself a guarantee of reliability, and when our puritan silks
S§i?_i ilfcll I lP r quotations, as below, will not sell every yard during To-mor- |S|l?l| | fefel
regatta silks row, Tuesday and Wednesday, then we can certainly make the assertion f?g_^.il_!_f
regatt! I lks that : "BLACK SILKS HAVE BECOME UNFASHIONABLE I" puritan silks
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regatta silk! All Puritan or Regatta Black Gros Grain Silks, 20 Ar ATA nrn vn ?_g{___sf
Bgi-SilSS' and 22 inches wide, prices of which to date were QR (JTQ PFR YQ. R-__flaS
liGiTTiiiLii ■ $1.25, $1.50 and $1.75, will all be offered at ... . uu UIUIUIIUi puritan silks;
REG4.TTA SILKS ■_■__■ _______________________bp__— _■_■_■■__-■-- ----------------------- PURIIAN SILKS
BSii_-___'. AU Puritan or Regatta Black Gros Grain Silks, 20 «i ap nrn V«nn IslllllllHi
£»-_____ and 22 inches wide, prices of which to date were 5,25 PER YARD. ™^ i k
blgattalilll $2, $2.25 and $2.50, all be offered at...... W"*-" IMI inillli puejtan silks
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keglttalilkl Satin Duchesse, price of which to date has been nr OTO DCD VII EfiSJ^S silks*
____- §_6 $1-50, now offered at „..;.■■ 83 UlO rtn IU. »|j|^ 1 i:||
REGATTA SILKS _i__H__a_H___^_H_a_^__^_H__^_H__B____9___H_Es_^_^_B_E—i__B __m_bm__mw_~_— -_! PURITAN SILKS'
S-t-SiiSS- P^ U e Soie, price ot which to date has been qi Oft DCD YARfI 58S?ix _{_k!
regatta silk! $1.75, now offered at .-......:-• QI.UU ILn IHilUi puritan silks
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begatta silks Satin Duchesse, price of which to date has been <_| IC nrn VADII puritan silks]
ll^l $2.00, now offered at ....... 51.13 rCK TAKU. ?§jf|f|j|lj
regattasilks Satin Rhadames, price of which to date has been QC rtTQ DCD VII IHfllll ll^ll
rlgaltl IlII"- $1.50, now offered at . . ...... . J J UlO rLR lUi puruKn slfcl;
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S_ri??t UIII Satin Rhadames, price of which to date has been 01 IC DCD YARfI puritan silk!
REGATTA SILKS $1.75, now offered at . • ... ....... 01 1 1 J iLll I MllUi PURITAN silks
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EffiSl SATIN DE LYONS, IN BLACK AND COLORS, WAY DOWN! yyy
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rega?tl ,__#/s»»> Balance of our 50c PRINTED CHINA SICKS, all at 25c per yd. puritan silks!
regatta silks nff'_9 Balance of our 75c and $1 Printed China Silks, all at 40c. Mon- ?{ -g} Tix lilkl
«egatta silks Wm, day, Tuesday, Wednesday I It will pay to investigate our .|ggJ_sJ : .iS__|
regatt! lilks : :.: claims on the Silk question ! . puritan silks
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Hi! II WRAPS")!: MUST GO! WRAPS.HIIiI
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RF-T.ATTA STLICS _.._-_. _ ___. I 1 llininfl rUKIIAIN MLKS.
regatt! lilks WRAPS/ . —*. . . . -_-. . _->. __ > ■ i ...^ ..r- A r>..« 1 WRAPS s{g}?is SMi
ill WE MfINnAY T FRRAY WEDNESDAY Jas 1111
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_S_-SiS_S IWe have five elegant $4 and seven elegant $5 _| I AT fOCII 111 111
regatta lilks Wraps left; Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday. . ■ ■ HLL HI OZiJUi ?fe?{?is silks
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■ttSiBEB We have thirteen beautiful $8.50 Wraps left; All AT JO SO 1111111
BSt??t_l_g Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday y . ... HLL HI OJiJUi jug tan | fcfei
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fHH HI We have twenty-six beautiful $10 Wraps left; A| I AT OJ Of] _%__{___- SS__S
regatta sjfeg >■ Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday ■..■:■■■■ ■■ ■ HLL HI dH-iUUi ?gg}?^|}{ :
P^atta lilks We have eighteen beautiful $12.50 Wraps left; 111 JIT CD fin porJta||{l||
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iS^T?tsii i Ks We have twelve beautiful $15 Wraps left; Mon- ail JIT 07 Cfl puritan silks
H!?!! day, Tuesday, Wednesday ALL HI *M.OU. gggi_3.„{_§
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liii! 11 We have three beautiful $18.50 Wraps left; Mon- 111 IT 0Q 00 ?g{j?ijgj;{_
regatta silks day, Tuesday, Wednesday HLL HI OJ.UU. puritan silks
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legatta Bit _*« And so-fopth until the highest-priced Wrap is reached. They must go now, ■_• ?Sg{?i? '-X**»
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egattasills And so-forth until the highest-priced Wrap is reached. They must go now, puritan silks
egatta and these prices will do it. COME EARLY ! YoU will find it interesting. puritan silks
hegatta Silks Finest Scotch Zephyr Ginghams, sold everywhere at 20c; Finest Scotch Zephyr Ging- puritan silks
legatta siLks hams, sold everywhere at 25c, Plain, Striped, Plaid, all go at 12ic per yard. Large quanti- SJ&Jtan silks
fetTTisiLKS ties of Lace Batistes, a most beautiful Wash Fabric, price to date 25c,a1l go at 121 c per puritan silks
regatta silkS yard. Large quantities of Sateens, in Plain and Figured, all go at 7.c per yard. Mousse- £uritan silks
£sg_B£ IiHK line dcs Indes! Figured Swisses India Linens ! prices of which were to date 25c, 30c, puritan silk!
regatt! silk! 35c,^^ 40c, 45c, all go at 12ic per yard. Sun and Rain Umbrellas I Fans Hosiery I Under- puritan silks
?f^?tas!ikl wear! Ruchingsl very cheap. puritan silks
ll_Mii_i «______> 25 PER CENT DISCOUNT From lowest prices on all our LADIES' TRIMMED gggg^glfeg
regatta silks L^ rL " Lni UIOUUUII ' HATS I Special orders for Hats promptly cxc- gggJJAN silks
rlgattasills cuted, Mrs. I. B. Robbins will give your commands her personal attention. puritan silks
REGATTA SILKS • ' "/- ' ' '' - •; ; ' '"\ '■■' PURITAN liLkl
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11GUSTAVE HEINEMAffI ! II
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111! __S N.W. CORNER SEVENTH AND JACKSON STREETS, ST. PAUL. :jffigf*S._l_)|

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