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The Joint committee on jail site will meet
at ;t o'clock this afternoon.
Scarlet fever was reported to the health
department yesterday from Roudo street.
The debate nt the Floating Ilethel this
evening will bo a continuance of the eistht
The taking of testimony la the Starkey-
Johnson boitding Inspectorship row will be
The Athletic park directors will meet at 4
o'clock this afternoon to prepare for the
events of the coming s.-ason.
During IS'.U there were granted to Miune
■ota veterans, through th» agency of Adjt.
Gen. Mullen, pensions aggregating 851,474,
covering 376 claims.
The McMaxtin Manufacturing company, a
Duluth enterprise with 5-">>,o)J capital, was
Incorporated yesterday, and will manufact
ure tinware, boilers, stovepipe, etc.
Edward 11. Stttblmann's saloon, at 4&J St.
Peter streei. was closed by the sheriff yester
day atternoon o:i a writ of attachment iv
favor of the Hamm Brewing company.
A Imru ownei! by K>l .McCarthy, at the cor
ner of Fafrfield and Kellevue. on the West
suU\ was destroyed by tire and two valuable
horses tilled. The loss i> placed at S-'vJO.
Pension claims have been allowed throush
the oilice of the adjutant general to D. W.
Huston, Wells, 88 per month; Phillip Matter,
Springfield. sl2: D. C. Smith, Koscoe. So.
Rev. F. O. Vbjeleia, who has devoted
many years to missionary work iv Japan,
gave an interesting address lust evening in
Emanuel chnrch, corner of Pius street and
Van Slyke court.
The twenty t-r.h auiuul malting of the
Borne for the Friendless Association of the
City of St.Paalwill be held at the relief
rooms, 1U Kast Ninth street, Wednesday
hi trnine at 1 1 o'clock.
The Blossom Manufacturing Company of
St. Paul, organized for the purpose of going
Into tneext3!isiveiiiA:iufactiiie of sash, doors,
furniture, etc., was incorporated yesterday.
Tho capital stock is SV».u33.
Examinations onder the rules of the
United States civil service commission will
te !k-'ivl by the local !>onrd in Si Paul May 2
and Nov. 'i for all branches of the depart
mental service and the railway mail service.
J. K. Burke and Ed Mason were tried In the
municipal court for- stealing skates from c.
H. Pannlee. of the Metropolitan rink. The
former was acquitted, but the latter was
sentenced to ninety days iv the workhouse.
The boilermakers will initiate three mem
bers at the next meeting. There was some
discussion last eveniue on the question of
hours and wages. Tho organization has not
yet decided upon what action will be taken
in the premises.
Charles Doun's residence at White Bear
Lake was totally destroyed by tire Saturday
night. The loss aggregated St.iiOO, upon
which there was an insurance policy of $900.
Mr. Dorm is a brother of Horace Dunn, the
ciiy editor of the Daily News.
David Olrasted. son of Hon. David Olm-
Eted. now deceased, tht: first mayor of St.
Paul, wil' donate to the stiu-2 historical soci
stv a numbar of valuable manuscripts relat
ing to plonesr days in Minnesota, formerly
lh? property of his father, who was a jour
The barbers' union held a full meeting last
evening. A committee was present to ask
thai the Ryan barber ahoo be taken into the
onion. It was decided to defer action iv the
matter until the next maetiui;. or until assur
ance will be forthcoming that the shop will
close on Sunday.
?. H. Uascue. an old-tim? resident of St.
Paul, anil the brotber-ln law of Dennis
Ryan, was mirried recently to a charming
t'.\ 1 accomplished iady in Jfalt Lake City.
Mr. Rasche was formerly conueeted with the
Ryan, but of late years he has been identi
fied with the mining industries of Colorado
Prof. Herrmann, the famous prestidigita
tuer, will again open at the Metropolitan to
night, repeating the same excellent pro»
framine he presented Sunday evening. He
gives his la^t two performances tomorrow,
matinee and evening, lie will present each
Child attending the matinee a -'flag of all
The- tenenvnt at 635 Dayton avenue, occu
pied by Charles S. Fee. of the Xorlhern Pa
ciii 1. caught fire from the furnace in the
basement early yesterday morning. Some
epnrks flying from the furnace ignited some
rtraw lying near. The damage Is estimated
at from SOU to ST.'i.
George MeCnnhy, son of a compositor on
Ihe Globe, was, with other boys, yesterday
■fternoon firing a cannon in imitation of a
battle between the United States and Chili,
when the charge suddenly exploded and
Btruck the boy in the light eye, causing a
Tory painful wound.
Mary Fuller, a disreputable woman living
In a small frame shack on Eighth street, near
Jackson, was arrested with a colored com
panion about 8 o'clock last evening. A
•mall coal stove had been kicked over during
their revels, which set fire to the shanty and
brought the tire department to the scene.
The flames were quickly extinguished.
To Hot Springs, Arkansas.
The Chicago, St. Paul & Kansas City
railway have on sale Excursion Tickets
via Chicago, St. Louis or Kansas City at
greatly reduced rates. City Ticket Of
iice. 195 East Third street.
OF. A PERSONAL TINGE.
■ Charles A. Moore has returned from the
James Darragh left for South Bend, Ind.,
Joel I. Heatwole, of the Northfield News,
was a capitol caller yesterday.
M. R. Davis, of Chicago, called on Assistant
State Treasurer Iversou yesterday.
Assistant Attorney General Chllds is at his
■ de*K again, after a severe attack of la grippe.
Hon. S. -i. Villard, for many years auditor
of Ooodlme county, called on (iov. Merriam
Judge .Mitchell, of the supreme bench, has
sufficiently recovered from an attack of la
grippe to resume his duties.
At • the Windsor— William Burrows, Chi
cago: >. A. Mann. La C'rqsse; A.G.Ellis,
New York: 11. E. Lange, Chicago.
At the Clarendon— John Casey. Chicago;
B. J. Manning, West Superior; Gue Wem
burg, Chicago; X. L. Miller, Portland, Or.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Marple. of Carrolla,
Jo., are visiting the family, of their son-in
law. Philip 11. Hoffman, of the Seven Cor
- Tne resignation of Col. C. S. Williams, of
Hie governors staff, and inspector of small
arms, was received and accepted by Adjt.
"• (jieii. Mullen yesterday.
At Hotel Sherman — L. Budde, Spokane;
. George Allen, city: Mrs. J. Wilder, Duluth;
Ira H. Close. Chicago ? E. Giebell and son,
Uoone. lo. ; 11. J. Ferry. St. Paul; W. C. Moss
Jr., West Superior; J. L. Andrews, Thomp
son, X. D.
At the Ryan— Theodore Thomas, Chicago;
Fred F. Huntress, Duluth; M. Howard, Will
iam A. Sehwa'rzkoff, New York: Arthur V.
Brown, Indianapolis: John G. Roche, Man
kato; 11. (>. J'reice, New York; R. S. Green,
Chicago; George U. Yaudes. ludianapoiis.
At the Merchants'— C. N. Cosgrove. Le
Baear; J. W. Mason, Fergus Falls; .George
V. soinerville, Sleepy Eye; F. J. Lang, Fond
fin Lac: George M. Lning, Winaom; C. E.
White, Fatibault: T. R. Bangß, George H.
Walsh, Grand Forks: A. Slotcen, Wahpeton;
F. J. Evans, Fergus Falls.
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Remove Disease &>
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v Made at St.Helens.England. Sold by drug-/
/ pist3 and dealers.' New '. York Depot, 365 /
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Before making a clian«:e in, your
• boarding place consult the want'
: ewluiniig of the GLOBE.
TALK ON AUDITORIUM,
General Sentiment Continues
to Favor the Market
To Build on Rica Park Would
Delay the Work Sev
Mr. Van Slyke Has His Eye on
Some Property on Tenth
The Position Taken by W. Pitt
Murray in the Mat
HThft sentiment in favor of going
ahead with the auditorium plan has
not abated iv the least because of the
failure to secure the national conven
tion. Mayor Smith, Comptroller Pon
th:in ami Assemblyman Elmquist have
returned to their oflieial functions with
renewed determination to profit by the
defeat, so that four years hence there
can be no question as to our city's eligi
bility. A great deal was said iv Wash
ington by St. Paul's rivals about the
fact that no auditorium had been built,
and it was strongly hinted that it would
be a physical impossibility to have a
suitable hall In readiness for the con
vention. All these things were com
bated with a patriotic spirit and
vim that challenged, the admiration
of everybody, and the salutary advertis
ing St. Paul secured in the contest well
repays the effort and t fie expense.
The joint council committee failed to
meet yesterday to award contracts.
Tliis apparently was largely due to the
indecision or some of the members upon
tlie policy of carrying out the plans as
no* designed, tor illustration, some
of the members are committed to cer
tain changes. Assemblyman VanSslyke,
the chairman of the committee, has his
eye turned towards the vacant property
on Tenth street opposite the high
school, which he esteems an ideal site
for such an institution. He argues for
an abandonment of the market house
project, and unres many important
chaoses in the architectural plans, so as
to provide a public library, a natatorium
and an art gallery, as well as a music
hall for public recitals.
Assemblyman Murray also counsels a
ehantre in operations. He wants the
market house property sold, and be
lieves that upwards or $300,000 can be
realized from it. Of this sum ha would
set aside ?100,000 for general market
purposes and employ the balance in the
erection of a magnificent auditorium on
the Rice park site. Aid. Sullivan be
lieves this would be an excellent plan,
and Assemblyman Elmquist favors it if
it can be done without having to wait
for legislative authority. Aid. Ban
holzer thinks there will be no difficulty
in making the changes proposed, be
cause there can be no question that the
legislature will ratify the same and
give charter authority for converting
the product of the market house sale
into an auditorium building fund.
But Mayor Smith thinks these
changes are dangerous. He is out
spoken in favor of proceeding alonff the
line already mapped out. He hasn't a
shadow <>f douln that the charter con
fers full power upon the council to re
model the market house, and also to
Make the Tax Levy.
On the other hand, he holds that there
is ijo authority for selling the market
house and using the money for an ex
traneous purpose. To do this would
require, he-Jancies. at least two years'
time, and possibly more, so that St,
Paul will find itself little better Dre
pared to compete for the convention of
four years hence than now.
A long conference was held in the
mayor's office yesterday afternoon.
There were present Messrs. Van Slyke,
Murray and Conley, and later Mr. (Sulli
van came in from Merriam Park. The
latter seemed strongly impressed with
the logic of the mayor's arguments. He
feels that, while it may be very desira
ble in the end to have the auditorium
located on Rice park, the delays that
the necessary changes would make un
avoidable may be dangerous, and
threaten the ultimate building. He
believes that when a city cannot do just
what it would like, it had better do just
as near it as the conditions will permit.
It is of the greatest importance that as
little time be lost as possible.
The legislature is likely to order a
new capitol building at the next session,
argues Mayor Smith. St. Paul must
have a place for the legislature to meet
while the building is being erected, and
the auditorium project solves the prob
lem. Architect Reed's plans contem
plate three rooms, one for ihe senate,
another for the house and a third and
larger audience room for joint sessions.
Corporation Attorney Lawler stopped
at Pittsburg on his return trip from
Washington, but he is expected home
in a day or two. Mr. Lawler
has no apprehensions because
of the Steele injunction case. The city
charter authority to erect or im
prove the market house and other pub
lic buildings. The market house al
ready contains an auditorium, and what
the city is trying to do is to enlarge and
improve that hall. Mr. Lawler firmly
believes the courts must refuse a perma
nent injunction against the city from
proceeding with the remodeling of the
market house, no matter how radical
the changes may be. He also holds
that the tax levy made is perfectly good,
and feels that the courts will so hold.
Then Sl-.'0.000 will be at the disposal of
the joint auditorium committee, and the
work can progress forthwith.
Mr. Murray said he would concur ia
the market house improvement if the
St. Peter front of 158 feet be used for
the auditorium. The mayor thought
such a change can easily beinade in the
general plans, if the committee con
cluded that such a course would be
wise. And this plan was agreeable to
Mr. Sullivan, but Mr. Van Slyke was
loth to dispose of his Tertth street
scheme, although the orthers argued
eloquently in favor of the superior
facilities that will attend" the
market house location, wher«
the entire street car system
passes. When Mr. Lawler returns, how
ever, these questions will all be defi
nitely settled. If it is decided to go
ahead, as the mayor advises, the injunc
tion suit will be tried speedily, and,
should the city prove victorious, as Mr.
Lawler, predicts, the work will be
pushed with great vigor. The con
tractors are ready to begin operations
immediately, and one of the number ex
claimed yesterday that he would put
1,000 St. Paul men at work on the site
as soon as the contract is awarded.
What a world of benefit that would be
to the unfortunate laboring men of St.
Paul who are out of employment!
THE AMERICAN SABBATH.
An Instructive Paper by Rev._ S.
At the lyceutn at the People's church
last evening President Hodgson in
augurated the exercises with the recita
tion of favorite passages from Minne
sota poets, and insisted that there are
many of high merit. Rev. S. M. Croth
ers read an able and instructive paper
upon "'The Amprican Sabbath." He
referred to the variety ot observances of
the day among raligious sects, from tha
ancient Hebrews to modern times. The
Jews originally made it largely a social
event. Luther sat around a beer table
and entertained his friends after the
religious services. John Calvin and
John Knox took recreaiion in the
bowling aljey after preaching. There
is no distinctive American Sun
day because there is no formulated type
of American religion. The underlying
THE SAINT PAUL DAILY GLOBE: TUESDAY MORXING, JANUARY 26, 189 L*.
thought was that tho Sabbath was mnde
foe man and not man for the Sabbath.
The speaker held that the law could
only protect each citizen iv his freedom
to observe the day| in his own way
without annoyance. In illustrating the
difliculty as to drawing the line as to
methods, ne asktul if melodrama was
prohibited what should be done with
Talmage— if the comic should be inter
dicted, how could Sam Jones perform?
The usual debate followed and excel
lent music was furnished by the
PROTECT THK WHOLESALERS.
Various Schemes Discussed by the
One of the projects of the board of
fire commissioners, to solve the prob
lem of protecting the wholesale district
of the city from the danger of serious
conflagrations, is a direct pressure sys
tem in addition to the present water
works plant. This matter has been
under consideration for some time, and
a special committee, of which Com
missioner Warner is the chairman, has
given the matter a deal of thoughtful
consideration. At the meeting of the
board held last evening this committee
submitted a proposition from Fairbanks,
Morse it Co. for huge pumps to be locat
ed on the levee, or river front, some
where near Sibley street. While the
proposition of this tirni is not in accord
with the ideas of either the fire
board or chief Jackson, it will be given
a careful consideration. The proposi
tion rather discourages the project in
contemplation by the board, declaring
that such an .establishment, will require
tremendous macninery, and amplifying
by the statement that it will be too ex
pensive. Fairbanks. Morse & Co. sub
mitted an entirely different pian. They
propose to put in two pumps of a
million and a half gallons capacity each
per day. or 2.000 gallons a minute. To
do this they would have a main laid
from the river, running some 900 feet,
say with a rise of 50 feet. Then they
would erect two stand pipes 100 feet
high, from which at the top and at
different heights 2 1 . ; -inch hose connec
tions are to be placed, drawing off the
streams. It is related in the explana
tions that the highest authorities
show that a l>,'-inch nozzle stream
through fifty feet of 2^-inch
hose will discharge 2DI or 310 gallons
per minute with a pressure of ninety
pounds at the nozzle. The estimate cost
of these two pumps to supply
six IVinch nozzle streams, with
suitable boiler capacity, using the Wat
rous upright quick-steaming boilers, all
set in place ready to conuect with the
main, with suction pipe in place, and all
pipe connections, etc., is ?12,000. The
matter was referred back to the special
committee to make further investiga
tion. It is likely that a direct pressure
system will be adopted soon for exclu
sive use in case of fires. That is, this
supplementary service will not be em
ployed tor domestic or other use.
A communication was received from
the superintendent of the Minneapolis
fire alarm system in reply to a communi
cation relating to the proposed inter
city fire alarm wires to connect the two
headquarters. The statement was made
that the Minneapolis end of the line will
be in readiness for practical use by the
time of the opening of the Republican
national convention iv Minneapolis in
A petition was received for a fire
alarm box at Kidgwood Park, and the
superintendent of fire alarm telegraph
submitted his monthly report, as did
the chief and the veterinary surgeon,
and then the usual budget of bills,
amounting to $850, and the pay roll, ag
gregating $14,1)09.93, were passed.
The Witty Frenchman at the Peo
Tonight, Max O'Rell, the famous
French wit, will appear at the People's
church in his new lecture on "Amer
ican Men and Women Through French
Spectacles." This will be a refreshing
novelty in the amusement line, as there
has not been a single funny lecture this
winter. Max O'Rell's book. "John Bull
and His Island," save him a world-wide
reputation, and like Byron, he woke up
one morning and found himself famous.
The witty story-teller had a fine house
here two years ago, and it will doubt
less be more than duplicated tonight.
Those paid by the New York Life
Insurance Company to its twenty-year
Tontine policy holders, published in
another coin inn. and the large increase
of its assets and insurance in force are
the surest indications of the successful
management of this grand old institu
Returns of from G7 to 163 per cent of
the cash premiums paid, and these re
turns are made to members after the
company has carried the insurance on
their lives for 20 years.
Any holder of a New York Life Policy
is to be congratulated.
A Healthy and Delicious Bever^
Menier Chocolate. Learn to make a
real cup or Chocolate. Address "Men
ier, New York." Free sample with di
Backed by Hill.
The Red River Valley Railroad company
filed articles of incorporation yesterday. The
j capital stock is 5100,000, headquarters at East
Grand Forks and limit of indebtedness $10,
--000 for each mile of road constructed. J. J.
Hill, of the Gre,at Northern, is one of the in
Excursions South and West.
The Chicago, St. Paul <& Kansas City
railway are selling Winter Tourist
Tickets to California, Mexico, Texas,
Florida and all*principal points South
and West at greatly reduced rates.
City Ticket Office. 195 East Third street.
For the Old Vets.
The governor yesterday received the quar -
terly allowance of the government for the
support, of the soldiers' home, amounting to
$:j,yT5. Alsos67B pensions tor inmates of the
home, which amount ia credited to the fund
of the home.
After the Grip
Convalescence is very slow, and to recover
the health-tone agood tonic is absolutely nec
essary. Hood's Sarsaparilla has bean used
with wonderful successes a building-up med
icine and blood purifier after attacks of the
Grip, after Typhoid Fever, Scarlet Fever,
Diphtheria, Pneumonia or other prostrating
diseases. It possesses just the building-up
effect so much needed; it vitalizes and en
riches the thin and impoverished blood, and
it invigorates the kidneys and stimulates the
liver so that they resume regular and healthy
action. Thousands of people have taken
As a preventive of the Grip with success.
Thousands have found in it restoration to
health and strength after this dreaded complaint.
Somewhere between childhood and old aire
there comes a time when the eyes need
glasses. Then buy the best made and the
best-fitting glasses you can find.
We manufacture and sell only reliable
goods, nothing else, and at no higher prices
than you would pay for a good article any
75 EAST THIRD STREE T
Wabasha, Fourth and Fifth Sts.
ST. PAIL, UINN.
Our invitation, the weath- '■
er or the silks themselveis
brought out a fair numbejr
of buyers yesterday.
We did not overstate ii,
The assortment is unusuaj,
the styles are beautiful. Ncjt
ten or twenty pieces froiji
which to select, but hunj
dreds of them. The Twilled
Cloths seem to take the
lead, and will probably keep
it, as last year. Certainly
there never was a fabric
which filled so many requis
ites for a Lady's Dress,
beautiful, stylish, service
able, fashionable and not of
Price, $i Per Yard.
The plain cloths are good,
some cost same as the twills
and many cost less. Do
not forget the
TOSHIKO AND KERIS SILKS,
And Twilled India Silks, in
solid blacks only. They are
charming fabrics, most de
lightful to wear and service
able to the last degree;
they are very wide, and a
few yards will make a dress.
Ask to see them. Ladies
wearing only black will be
more than pleased with
Looks like spr ing, does
Not here and there a
piece, but swarms of them,
like the swallows in spring
time. How clean and bright
they look. No wonder peo
ple buy them.
The sale is still on, and
the people seem to like it.
We do. There will be no
change exce*pt as here and
there one thing after another
gets away. If something
better will fit, in it goes
Pretty good chance for
Remnants. We have no
place for remnants, and
can't stand and hold them
long, you know.
Someone willgetthem —
sometimes they go very
What a lot of them. They
overflow into the many
aisles and down into the
Cloak department like 'a
flood. We will tell you all
about them some time; bet
ter come and see how it is
Just the daintiest and
prettiest things you ever
saw. Cambrics, Nainsooks,
Swisses, in Edgings, In
sertings, 40-inch Flouncings,
Demi-Flouncings and All-;
Overs to match.
Also, of the practical sort,
fine in quality, not the com-!
mon every-day styles, but
just such as you would like;
to make up yourself; done
on fine flannels, which pay
to make up.
They are in the Whitei
This department has
grown wonderfully, and still
we are not satisfied. If you
can't come yourself, it's the
next best thing. Try it.
Field, Mahler & Co
R $6.50, $5.50, $5 and $4.50
rf j" :l\ IS $6.50, $6, $5.50, $5 and $4.50
F I * '■ IB .Do you need a pair of Trousers
'j J IjS Are the pair of your winter suit
.■us. ..,■■. ...;: Waß» . frayed around the bottoms or giving
out generally ? If so, and you can buy a pair of neat
Stripe or Check in an All- Wool Worsted or Casshnere,
such as a representative clothing store sells the year
around at from $4.50 to $6.50, for $3.50, just a trifle
over half-price, should you not give the matter immedi
ate attention ?,- That is just what we are selling this
week. Several of our customers yesterday said "they
never saw as good Trousers for $3.50." We're making a
special effort to reduce stock. Never have sold, or never
again expect to sell, as good Trousers for so little
money. They're tailor-made and perfect-fitting. Sale
is for this week only.
. Any Winter Cap in our Store, Plush, Cloth, Seal or
Knit, for Men's, Ladies', Boys' or Girls' wear, at one
fourth off the regular price. Sale ends Saturday night,
, : • The values we show in Men's All- Wool Suits at
$9.85 are such that we fear no competition on them. All
, Fine Suits, Overcoats and Ulsters are marked in Red
Figures to prices from 10 per cent to 20 per cent below
the ordinary. Children's Suits and Overcoats at great
reductions from regular prices.
■■;■,.■>■ Trunks at one-fourth off the regular price.
Now is the time for out-of-town customers to sup
ply themselves and boys with Clothi ng at a great sav
ing. Mail orders promptly filled. Goods to be returned
at our expense if not satisfactory. ■
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Seventh and Robert Streets, St. Paul, Minn.
Weather: Cooier. ...... ■ !
This will be the fast week of our
CLOAKS AND FURS
We have made final revisions of
prices and* reductions that will
probably result in effectually clear
ing out all : odds and ends and
broken lots. We will sell
' Children's Ribbed Woolen Hose,
double knees, 5 to 8%, worth 35 c^
Children's Ribbed Worsted Hose,
double knees, 5 to 8%, worth 50c,
Children** 50c and 60c Ribbed
English Cashmere Hose for 39 ' c.
' Substantial reductions have also
been S made in our best quality
English Ribbed Cashmera Hose for
Fine Cashmere Hose for women,
worth 85c, for 59c. -■• , .
Out Size and Opera Length Hose,
worth 75c, will be sold for 50c.
All our 85c and $1 qualities in
Women's Fine Lisle Thread and
Cotton Hose are reduced to 65c. x ;
, It will pay you to buy now if you
are likely to want anything in the
next six months, for these prices
are decidedly low.
' It will also pay you to secure some
of the PHYLLIS COMBINATION
SUITS at the . concessions we are
We have placed on sale our special
•fthportations of late novelties in Spring
v 'Printed India Silks. Printed French j
Chit/lies, Camel's Hair Suitings. Bedford
i Cords, Cheviots, Homespuns, Vigognes,
. Foules and Serges.
A Our stock of
fdi Outing Flannels
Is probably the largest ever opened in
the Northwest- We have them in every
conceivable variety of Stripe, Plaid and
: We have also received
- V NEW GINGHAMS
In the same unbounded variety, and our
sales of these wash fabrics, even in tft/s
midwinter month, a/ready exceed in vol
ume the average sales of midsummer.
Third and Minnesota Streets,
ST. PAUL, MINN.
nil PA INSTANT RELIEF. Finalcnre
i*B| F\ >n 10 day*, anil never returns. No
■-■fa ■■ w I purge, do salve.no suppository. Snf*
ferers TfJlltearn of » simple r amedy Free/by ad
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— A FULL LINE OF—
Ladies' & Gents' Fur Goods
SOLD at COST
After This Date to Reduce Stock.
Architectural Iron Work
Founders, Machinists, Blacksmiths ami
Pattern Makers. Send for cuts of col
umns. Works on at. P., M. &M. R. X.,
near Como avenue. Office 212 and 213
Manhattan Building, St. -Paul. C. M.
POWER, Secretary and Treasurer. i : .
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NEW ENGLAND SHOE CO.
" ■ . 133. 135 and 137 East Seventh St -
MEN READ THIS!
><r>^. SEXONEKVE the great
f ,M«^B*K ■ Turkish Remedy, cures Nervous :
; lirjrf'Cri Debility, Wakefulness, Vital
*' ■'Mi • Exhaustion, Losses, Weakness,
\\.ffif I* 9 * Manhood, Evil Dreams,
' Quickness and all wasting disea
/ft P^^^^*V sea cause d by Errors of Youth
•' ' \<r-~ v * and Excesses, which lead to
consumption, Insanity and sul-
G\slLj/ clde> Put up in condensed form :
* Xjfjt ft to carry in the pocket. : Price 1
>X tS\ per box or a complete treatment
Tv "^37 of six boxes with a Written
i^a_J. .; Guarantee for $5. Sent post-
— I Ni^w. P al<^ iv P' lllll package to any
I ] * \ 6 "*\V >! address. ■ Circulars free In plain
i Before and After envelope. All letters -private
' Takine and confidential. When writing
_ _ "° ' mention this paper.
INTERNATIONAL MEDICAL ASS'N. Sole Agents,
w 269 Dearborn St.. CHICAGO, ILL. *
FOR SALE IN ST. PAUL, MINN., BY
L Mussetter, Cor. Wabasha and 4th Sts.
L. & W. A. Mussetter, Cor. Wabasha and 3rd Sts.
Health Is Wealth.
Dr. £. C. West's Nerve and Brain Treat
ment, a guaranteed specific for Hysteric Diz
ziness. Convulsions. Fits, Nervous Neuralgia
Headache, Nervous Prostration caused by the
use of alcohol or tobacco, Wakefulness, Men
tal Depression, Softening of the Brain re
sulting in insanity and lending: to misery, de
cay and death. Premature Old Age, Barren
ness, Loss of Power in either sex, Involun
tary Losses and Spermatorrhoea, caused by
. overexe'rtion of the brain, self abuse or over
indulgence. Each box contains one month's
treatment. 81 a box; or six * boxes - for * S3,
sent by mail prepaid. We guarantee 6ijt
boxes to cure an* case. With each order for
six boxes, accompanied with $5, we send the
purchaser our written guarantee to refund
the money if it does not effect a cure. Guar
antees issued only by W. K. Collier, successor
to iJippler & Collier, druggists, 1 - Seventh and
Bible? sti, St. Paul, Mian. , -^-; v:;
And That the Lowest,
Is appreciated by the public, and as a result our
ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE
, Of all broken lines, and our
20 Per Gent Discount or 1-5 Off
Regular goods, is taken advantage of by all
A lot of Boys' $3 and $4 Calf Sewed Shoes re
duced to $2. Ladies' Patent Leather Dress Shoes,
$5. Ladies' $5 and $6 Fancy Slippers and Patent
Leather Oxfords, your choice for $3.50.
. Mail orders accompanied by cash secure the
benefit of this discount.
This discount on cash sales only.
A Novelty Toy Given to Every Child With a Pair ofS!u33 This Wai'x.
WAdrertisinz Shoe Cats for Sale I Over a *ters and tewla^ Jlanii-
. ■■ " "• I ' iiii-iiireJL I'orthe fra.l9.
§§^THESHOEMAN ST « I'^.-lI2P1 '^. -II2P
I He rALAbt & carpet co.
419 and 42! Jackson Street.
ILjIBEIK,-A.l_, HOUSE FUieisriSHEl^S !
Especially adapted for family use, boarding-houses, sanitariums,
resorts and city and country hotels. Prices sent upon application. W«
are sole agents for the Northwest. If in want of anything* in the line of
Furniture, Carpets, Draperies, Wall Paper, Stoves, Ranges & Heaters,
Come and see us, as we can save you money. AH goois sold on o;ir im
proved credit plan. We pay freight 100 miles. Send for catalogue.
Decker Bros,, Haines, Blasius & Sons,==
& Go. and New England
sTaNDARI)T" II WI It 111 |\ 1 WARRANTED!
STERLING AND NEWMAN BROS. ORGANS.
I pay cash, and can undersell any Music House
for the class of goods I sell. Full line of Musical
Instruments of all descriptions, at wholesale and
retail. Send for prices.
R.C. MUNGER, ST «F»T
<WB^» MflK%i LOST MANHuQu RESTORED by
Vm^U ■fOr CDJLHICU UEE2VINE > the great nerve and brain
MJjN I** 1 drAlildll WCnliHtj restorer. A Guaranteed
jt&ir-sds^ specific for fits and Neuralgia, 1 Hysteria, Dizziness, Convulsions
*^jßl^&^. Nervous Prostraticn. caused by ihe use of tobacco or alcohol.
~*Hi3&ar^lk " 4>&2ff*&£>®*£m?' Wakefulness, Mental Depression, Softening of the Brain, Loss
befork and after USE, of power in either sex, Involuntary Losses, Spermatorrhoea,
caused by over exertion of the brain, self-abuse and overindulgence. ■ We give a written guar
antee with six boxes to cure any case or refund the money. $1.00 A BOX 6 BOXES FOR $500
SPANISH MEDICINE CO., Madrid Spain. -Branch Office, U. S. A. Detroit Mich.
For sale in St. Paul by W.S. Getty, 343 Robert St.
Or the liquor Habit, I'osittvcl.r Cured
by administering Or. llain«-<t >
Golden Specific. '
. It is manufactured as a powder, winch can be
given in a glass of beer, a cup of coffee or tea, op
la food, without the knowledge of the patient. It
is absolutely harmless, and will efTeot a perma
nent and speedy cure, whether the patient is a
moderate drinker or Bu alcoholic wreck. It has
been given in thousands of caaes, and in every
Instance a perfect cure has followed. It never
Fall*. 48-pasjo Book free. To be had of
L. & W. A. MUBBETTBR. 3rd & Wabasha St. I
■ -Trade supplied by NOTES BROS. & CUTLEB, •■
and RYAN DRUG CO.. ST. PAUL. ■■■■■■••
s'T'^S? -~>» We ?end the marvelous French I
/ hi wfjSpi ' Kemedy CALTHOS free, and
j/Ctf\/B, HI \ a guarantee that Caltuos will!
Iff?*--'' _ mmi \ STOP Phch»rgci and Emlmions, . g
yr*' Rt.~Z& T Cl'KKSii»rmmorrhni,T«rtcßcrlt* S
V^C \ K E s T<>hE Ko»t Vigor.
V™Al /^I Use it and pay if satisfied. I
V 'H| W¥ Address, YON MOHL CO., I
. f=^ Z3_J Sole Amrrlnn A:rrt«. Unrlnnall. O.
NT pUWDM Th.D.. Analytical and
. JjJDni>JlJl< Technical Chemist.
Office and Lab., No. 133 East Fifth street,
St. Paul, Minn. Personal attention Riven
to all kinds of . Analyzing and
Testing. Chemistry applied for all arts -
and manufactures. BSSBRWS&S&gm
The Mosely Portable Self-Heating Folding