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President Hayes and Fait to be In At
tendanceLar^e umbe of Entrie Yes
terday Tlie nglisl Oarsmen, Hurdl
an a Cross Country RidersThe Ballroad
By an announcement in the telegramtfto the
GLOBE from Washington, it will be seen that
President Haj es has accepted an invitation to
attend the fair of the State Agricultural So
ciety to I held in St Paul the first week in
September. The President on this visit will be
attended by Gen Le Due, commissioner of
agncultuie, Gen Devens, attorney gen
eral Col Rogers, private secietary, and
probably othei members ot his official
household A trip to Bismarck and the Red
River of th North is on the programme Ihe
days the President and party will be in attend
ance upon the tair will be announced hereafter.
Secretary Judson was kept busy yesterday
answering applications for space. In all some
euihty assignments weie made, mainly for
John Splan, With Royal Rarus, and several
other trotters to take pirt in the different
events, will reach St. Paul
from Milwaukee, probably the mornim
of Snnd ly, Sept 1st, and go into quarteis at the
fair ground In a private letter Mr. Splan savs
he propo-es to give the people of Minnesota in
uttendu.net upon the State Eair, the best exhi
bition ot speed with It irus, they ever witness
eel it possible beating his own unrivalled time
ot 2 \.ilA'
No better tiaek for such a trial can
Information is received that the Exile boat
club of rairmonnt, ide up of the members of
the Lu^lish colony, ill leave that place for St
Paul the last ot the month. The
club will bung their own slit 11 and come early
for the purpose of a little preliminary piactice
upon the river piepaiatory to taking pait in
the regatta to he held some dij of the tail We
do not know wh it arrangements the St. Paul
club IH iking to receive and entertain these
gentlemen, but it is to be presumed thi noih
inj will be lacking on their part in this re
spect and that vvhe it comes down to measur
ing skill and cndiuance the jace, the bt
Paul bo}s will worthilv maintain the credit of
the saw tly citj It would be well, however
for the mimbcis ot the home club to under
stand tint in tin Lnghsh gentlemen they will
me pucky and skilled oait-men, deteat at
whose hand* will ri fleet nr discredit
'lhe gentlemen ot this club also take part in
the hur lie laein^anel the eio^s country run
alter a fox which is to form one of the extra
featuusot the gteut tail They bung their
own thorou^hbitd mounts and hounds, and
will give spectitors one of the most unique and
exciting (xhibitions ot hoiscminship anel cro-.s
oountiy sports is iollowtd 11 the mother coun
try ever seen in the Northwest
Some curiosity is beginning to be manifested
in refcienee to the exhibition to be made by
the several railroid companies of grains, etc
growing alon^ their lines To the large num
ber of persons who are to visit the fa'r from
the Ea, tern States sueh an exhibitian as th
laiho ins can anil ought to make will be the
most attractive feature of the entire exhibition,
while its impoitancein the matter ot advertising
the resources ot the State can hardly be over
estimated It is to be hoped that the gentle
men of the raihoad companies will not be neg
ligent in then [(reparations.
1)1, \11l'S JHUAGS.
A ZJostonian, Seeking Impossible Recuper
ation, Dies at a Hospital Door.
That a drowning man will cling to a straw is
proverbial It is equally an axiom, paiadoxtcal
ai it may seem, that men, with one foot in the
grave will face elan^ers and fatigue, sufficient
in their criticil condition to induce death, in
order to avoul the grim tyrant. An instance
in point occurred in the euv jesterday Theie
nnived in this city from Boston on Sunday
mtrnin, a uentleman by the name of Prank
Merrill, who hi.el left his business the.e as a
restiuiateur in compiny with his sister Mrs
Sarih Lenscett and the pair took ejuarteis at
tho Clirendon Ho was so fai advanceel
emsumption that he had to be helped
to his room and his kind-hearted sister
had to remain conbtant attendandance upon
him all el iy Sunelay and Sunday night Yet he
had undcrt iken the long and fatiguing jour
ncy in that depiessed condition from the Last
to the West in the delusive hope that a visit to
this Stite would effect his lae^ical cure. Two
years ago when in inehfferent health, he had
visiteel Rlmnesot i foi twelve months, anel had
then, in the early stages of his tell disease, re
ceived much alleviation I the vain expecta
tion ot receiving similai benefit and with the
advice ot his medical attend nt, he had re
turnee! uneler the circumstances when death
had hiirely claimed him as its own.
lustenl iy morning he set foith from the
hotel to ]ournev further to Ramsey township
Anoka county, where his brother, Mr. A. E
Merrill, resides He had to be carried to the
carnage by the poitei, and as boon as placed in
the vehicle he iinleJ in his sistei's amis. I-y
the time he amveel at the elepot totakethe7 30
A. M. train on the St Paul & Pacific railroad, he
had recovereel anel was cirrieel on board the
cars Tho tiam hivm* pioceeeled a few jareta
he wis de mil to be chmg. The cars were
bicked to the depot and he vvi agunplaeeel
in *v le k, vv liprem Officer Morgan sup
ported 1 un and he was conveved to the
city hill tor instructions and thence to St
Luke hospital at the gate of vvlueh he ex
pircrl in the patrolman's arms before he could
be lifted out. The rema ns weie taken into
the hospital to a ut the arnval ot his brother
from Anoka, who had been summoned. The
brother elrove cleiwn tnrt will to day convey the
remains to Anoka county foi interment
The deceised was a widower, aged 47 veais
last soring anel leaves no issue
Ineonclusiou too much praice can not be
accorded to the hdies ot the hospital for then
kindly caie of the remains anel their yet more
generous nurture of the bereaved sistei.
CU It TO US OSVKA.
One Being Tear DiunL, the Other Strives
to a itl in Iio.ility.
A combined accident and would-be suicide
occuried about 4 o'clock yesterday afte.noon
near Ge'eleim inn grocery store, on the Lake
Comoioid lhe accounts of the affan are so
inextricably mixed as to be scarcely suscep
tible of umavelmr-nt. Ims much, howevei
does appeir. Two men were coming into the
city in a top bugiry, when the vehicle was up
set. Some accounts s'j the upset was caused
by the fating of a revolver by some one in the
carriage. Howevei, the people in the neighbor
hood rushed out on seeing the occupants of
the bugjrv unceiemomousl,, pitched out One
was so hopelessly insensible from drink that he
could not be aioused and was drawn to
the side of the load, where he lay
with the buggy cushion placed foi his pil
low. Atter bome efforts, tho second
man who subsequently proved to be Otto
Kneutzner or Kn er, a 1 te emp oye ot
Knautf trot up anil Ukeelto the fence, asrainsi
whieh he leaned with his head upon his hands
few some moments He then walked for a dis
tance ot about i block when it was discovered
he had a revolver in his hand which he was
observed to point to his heart anel fire. He
dropped instantly. Woid an exaggerated
shape is inst mtly brought to the city hall,
and Capt C'drk and Fatiolinan Bremei pro
ceeded to the scene in a hack, wheie the men
were found as above described. The men were
biought to the police station and Drs. Daven
prt and VVheiton weie summoned
The ride in had tailed still to awaken the
man who had lain bv tho wavside, and, as he
had no broken bones or other maiks of injury
he wns lockeel up Kintner was placed upon
a table, and his wound, which was immediately
ovei ihelett nippie, was probed, developing
the tact that the bullet had not penetrated the
chest, but had traversed the outside of the
nbs, and had lodged near the leit shouldei
loint. The wound was declaied not to be fatal,
and he was sent out to the city hospital at
o'clock last evening. The other man's name
the cell could not be ascertained, but by 9
clock had minaged to get himself off the floor
and on the bench ot his cell.
After shooting himself and while lying on
the to id Kmstner tred to a questioner that
he was tired ot life and had voluntarily com
muted the deed. At the station, he peristed
the same statement to Jailor Jessiang, to
Whom he handed a letter, saying that therein
would be found the ciuse ot his attempt upon
his own life, anel fire oi foui times desired
tae jailoi to read it, accompanying the request
that what valuables he In should be given to
relatives in this conntiv, but subsequent
averred all his lelatives were in Lu
rope. Following is thKmstner substance havinof
the letter whiche waasb written by Kinstner's
lather, andB dated from Mangard, Prus
fled from Geimany to escape the conscription
and assured him he would have to serve in the
army, if he returned. He was yet besought
to return, and was informed he could ecape
military duty, f he passed an examination be-
fore a doctor, accredited by a German consul,
and received a certificate that- he was disabled
for army service. Referring to Kinstner's last
letter received, wherein he seems to have stated
he was about to be married, the father advised,
the son that, unless he could make a good
match in America, the son had better
come back to Europe and marry Nina
her other name is not givento whom he
was engaged when he left home. The bal
ance of the matter is occupied with the usual
The men were mg a rig belonging to
Webb's livery stable, whence it was hired by
Kmstner at 8 30 yesterday morning. His com
panion was then with him, who declared he was
a stranger to Kmstner. Both men were then
sober. Kmstner had hired teams at the 6ame
place several times of late, and had always
come back druDk. The horse and buggy sus
tained no injury, but the harness was some
what damaged, and were recovered early after
Ho They Fare Before Judge Flin Yes
Michael McCarthy was only having a few pleasant
words with his wife, and the police, he said, took him
out of bed. W. Murray said there was no doubt
about his being disorderly but as he was the father
of a family he would not press the caBe if he paid
costs. Costs were gladly paid and chael returned
to his disconsolate better half.
Mr irak wa3 given ten days longer ..o abate that
A batch of green grocers who nad violated the
pedd ers' ordmau were allowed to depart in peace
after taking out a LceT-e.
A bate of me I who had taken free lodgings iu
box cais anel on the "cold gieea sod" were rua
in by the police as vags. All gave pretty Btraight
stones and were allowed till 4 clock to skip the
town lhe name8 were Nickerson, Buckley, Bwh,
Greenwood, Quinn, Rogers and Cornell.
Margaret, the mcon gible, was asked bj Judge
Flint what broug it her from the Bethany Home at
Minneapolis, bald she was glad to have the honor
of speJig the judge handsome face again before she
ed. She guessed she was pretty drunk and disor
derly, bhe haJ no doubt but sI was in bed, but the
I ohce took her ont. She came from Minneapolis
Saturday because she wanted to see St. Paul once
more and thejudge too. The ludge held her over to
be claimed by the people of lethan Home.
United Stutts Uinliiit Gotut.
I Before Judge Nelson.
Blsbee A. Moses, co ltractois and builders, of Min
neapolis, filed a vohiutary pet tion, pi-aying that they
be adjudicated bankrupts
[Befoie Judge Simons
The City of St. Paul vs. lots 1, 2, 3,4 and 6, block
IS, Lyman Dayton's addition, assessed forthepar
al grading of Fifth street, between Hoffman and
Maria aveuues. Apphcat on for judgment denied.
unn ipa I Com i
Before Judge Flint
John Gilmartm vs. Wm. L. Minteer, action on ac
count Judgment for plaintiff for $109.75,
home he calculated to remain away
but a week or two, but lie hnela this country so much
Inrgei than he painted it "in his mind's eye," that he
hx* cone uded to greatly exteud the lejgth of his
sit, and include in it the great State f&v.
At the Metropolitan P. Henry Smith, Burlington,
Wilbams, Miss Maud Runkle, Geo. 'W. ver and
wife, Cedar RapidB, Thos B. Paxton, Judsou Har
mon and wife, J. "W Hamngtou, Cincinnati, F. W
Upson, New Yoik, W H. slier, W. G.Rankin,
City, Max. Waishauer, Milwaukee,A. Guingingm
St. Lou Henry Gibson and wife, Omaha W. Snow
aud wife, Boscjbel, AVis Frink Rogers, Chicago,
James Giddiugs, Minneapolis, A. R. Clapp, Ji
John C. Barrett, New York, R. C. Ju ison, Far
mington, G. Bodden, Chus. F. Patten, Milwaukee,
A. J. Cheeney, E. Cook and daughter, C. M.Culbert
son, Miss Lucy Culbertson, Miss Minnie Culbertson,
Wm. P. Penhallon, Kasi ar Stephan, W.J Mullj,
Louis Hasbrouck, James Sanson, Chicago, D. Jen
ner, Milwaukee, Tho. A. Lewis, Louisville, Mrs.
James Stuart, James M. Stewart, New York, John
Osborn and wife, N. Scovril, Woodb ldge, Mis
Ihompaoa, Memphis, W. Miller, Kentucky, A. B.
Gills, A J. Levench, jSew Orleans, J. N. Bis ell, Miss
Addio Clark, Mmneaj,ol J. It. Jenks and wife, ty,
Mrs. E. Braelle\, Carroll, Joe Upper and familv,
KiDgaton, Ont., J. C. Edgar, Chas. N. Edgar, New
York, MJSS. C. Crossett, Faribault, S.S.Turner,
Fort Bnf ord.
At the Merchants* C.J.Young, Y^. Reynolds,
Dubupio, D. B. Staples Staples, W. B. Brackett,
Minneapolis, R. G. D. Rice, Dr. H. H. Hopkins, W.
Downey, Iudeck, Ind Graves, Duluth, Mrs.
J. W. Li chneld and chdd, Mrs. Tames McGrau,
Thompson, L. Huut, Minneapolis, W. M. Han-
cccJ, Helena, Montana, W. P. Scott, Mississippi J.
Fiieudlaud, Cincinnati, F. Hague, Chicago, Jas.
Abbott, A.bany, N. Y., M. T. Danaker, Louisville
Kj J. S. Sperry, Chicago, D. R. Bailey, Baldwin,
J. Moody and wife, River Falls, Dr. I W. Beebe,
Minneapolis, B. C. Winston, North Branch,
J. L. Glrton, Waterloo, Iowa E. T. Arch
iba'd, Dubuque C. A. Gould and son. Buffalo,
Van Order, Roclifoid, 111. A. Tongos, Dr.
Ford and wife, Yankton, Alex. Dounan, Fort Dodge,
la., J. J. Fishburne, E Bernskm, N. Weexlbanm,
C. Mason and wife Miss A. Whitemoie, W. E. Hale,
A E. Chantler, Minneapolis, F. A. Edwards, Le
Claice la. J. ncoln, Shakopee, D. Howe,
Maukato, Mrs. Greenfield aud daughter, New Or
leans J. R. Donohoe, Chicago M. E Osborne,
Ouciunati, O., C.Crawford, Winona, W L. Por
tei, New York, C. Eddy, J. Whitney, Chicago
f. Lenny, Minneapolis Mrs. E. Philbrook a^d
daughter, Milwaukee, S. AV. Strykei, ^ew York
Mist-es Payne and Burkbant, Missouri!
M"S. T. Chase, E. J. Jones, Hastings, M. J. Paine
Ellsworth, Wis., E. Dilworth, E. Dnworth, T. Mer
shoD, ermout, 111.,Miss E. J. Blecker, Miss A. E.
Blocker, Findlay, O., J. Doll and wife, Mrs. L. A.
Flynn and child, Erie, Pa. Mrs D. Brown, Mrs. M.
S. Valentine, Shakoree, H. Minor, New York, C.
A. Peck, Kalamazoo, Mich., C. M. Hall, Hudson.
A Moving Palace.
The palace and dining car, "National Union,"
which the Illinois Central railroad party make
their peripatetic home, is more complete its
appointments than gorgeous in its ornamenta
tion. As his own special coach, President
Acker-ian seems to h-vve had in his mind's eye
the subservience of comfort rather than bediz
eiiug effect of mere display. The upholster
ing is in crimson plush, the carpets are of Bub
dued, small-patterened hue and everything of
metal is silver-plated. The panels of birds-eye
maple relieve the black walnut settings, and
there is little gilding, but the
mirrors set off the whole. The doors have
eat cut in their glass portions the mono
gram, 'I C. It" The adaptations for com
fort are, however extremely ample. There is a
state room drawing room lavatory, water closet
and kitchen, all heated by a recessed and hidden
tove, the caloric being dissemminated by
pipes along the sides, lhe cuhnarj arrange
ments are especially replete and convenient,
and ice is carried under the car, while the
range affords hot water as long as its fire is lit.
The party leave to-day for Portage, Wis.
The handsomest suite of bachelor's quarters
in the city for rent, with furniture for sale at
a great bargain. House contains all the mod
ern conveniences. Location most desirable.
Inquire at this ofhee.
Soldiers' Additional Homesteads for sale by
M.OBTON, MOOBB & Ob.,
'1 j. Pioneer Press building.
f'V CITY GLOBULES.
terest and costs.
Te-gus Tahey vs. Louis Vitt, action toi goods sold
and eloliveied. Decision filed defendant's motion to
to vacate attachment.
Wm. S. Thomas VB. D. T. Parsons & Co. and 0 E.
Michael McCarthy, drunk and disorderly. Paid
costs and dischaiged.
Margaiet Bradley, drunk and disorderly. Com
mitted for thirty davs.
B. Nickerson, John Buckner, Robeit Bush, Robert
Greenwood, James Berritt, Trank Quinn, James
Roger and Martin Connell, vagrants. Sent out of
W in. Strackhera, violation of the market ordi
nance ContJII 1 until tda
Presley and Robert N. Hae, selling vegetab'es
Charles Drake, nuisance
Each took out licenses and w-r
Continue two weeks.
W. E. Lilfe, Montreal, at the Clarendon.
Hou. If aic Lincoln, Shakopee, at the Merchants.
V\m. M. Hancock, Esq He'eca, M. T., at the
83 S ventzel Lancastei, Pa., is at the Clarendon.
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Minor, Danville, 111., at the
Hon Jsate Itichaidson, the gentleman from Little
Falls, ard former representative of nineteen counties,
is eajojmg 1 fe 8t. Paul.
At the Clarendon O I. Johnson, Duluth, W
Richaidson, Li*tle Tails, George L. Harrison, Mau
kato, John orhees, Chicago, L. R. Moore, St.
Peter R. C. Graj and Flank Bra kett, Pine City, and
T. G. Koius, Winona.
John H. Ljona, of Grand Torks D. 1., having
completed his nuraeious purchases for the fall traele,
departed thither last evening, where it is to be hoped
he *dl have less pleasant expenences from "the fel
low that looks like me."
Stephen R, Clapp, Jr., geneial manager for New
tngl met,of that excellent sporting journal, the TuiJ,
I teUI, and Fai isou a visit to Minnesota, and
'i leave this morning for a trip of observation over
the Northern Pacihc radroad to Bismarck. When
Mr Clapp ert
The stage of water In the river yesterday Was
feet ten inches, and falling.
Among the occupants last night of the police sta
tion celis was a drunken Swede.
The packet Belle of La Crosse will be the next St.
Louis boat, leaving at 12 M. of Wednesday.
The steamer Cheever came in last evening just
loaded down with, passengers, the trip of the Alexan
Something should be done to prevent grocers and
fruit dealers from casting their decayed vegetables
upon the streets.
That old familiar sentence"sent out of town"
ruled yesterday in the municipal court against the
At the meeting of the chamber of commerce, yes
terday, T. M. Metcalf and David Day were e'ected
members of the board to fill vacancies.
The sixth Summit avenue concert will take place
to-night and will be a very enjoyable affair. 'Bussei
will leave Merchants and Metropolitan hotels at 7
The Polander who sustained a severe fracture of
his left thigh bone some dajs ago while endeavoring
to stop a runaway team, is progressing very favorably
at St. Joseph's hospital.
Another slice is being taken off the bluff at the foot
of Minnesota street, so as to accomodate the further
extension of theside tracks in the yards of the St.
Paul &. Sioux City railroad
Ground, so long concealed by an unsightly bill
board, was broken for the foundations of the new
building on Third street, below Minnesota, intended
for the occupancy of the Germau-Amer.can bank
another sign of prosperity
Theie was to have been a meeting of the execu
tive committee of the Veteran association last right
the chamber of commerce, but ex-Gov. Mar
shall and a (XLOBE reporter were the only ones at
tending the looked door of the apartment.
A gentleman down from Cottonwood county yester
day pays *hreshing has commenced there and that
the yield lb turning out much better than was ex
pected, the actual leld bemg from twelve to four
teen bushels per acre, where not more than six was
expected. The quality is generally No 2.
Thomas Bezelle, a recent correspondent of the twi
hgnt lumwarv, was locked up last night in a state of
drunkenness and generally battered condition of head.
He will be enabled to exp'am to Judge Fiint this
inoi mug what an incomparable gentleman he is com
pared with Caj.t. Clark, the subject of his late lumi
President J. Ulslej, Superintendent G. H.
Smith, General Ticket Agent C. F. Cruft, and Hon
James Smith, Jr., Hon. William Dawson and Hon. C.
H. Graves, directors of the St Paul & Duluth road,
lelt esteiday moruuig the business car of the road
for a trip to Bismarck. Returning the x'lirty will go
out on the St. mceut extension to Crookston, and
thence leturn home by the bt. Paul &. Pacihc road.
The removal of the last of the office furniture per
tain ng to mihtarj headquarters was accomplished
jeiterday, nothing reaamin^ at Fort Snelhng except
some indescribable rubbish, not essential to busi
ness It is notable that the re-removal was more
quickly e'icompassei than the removal, which ex
1 lie abie bj thetact that much the goods were per
mitted to remain unpacked befoie retransportation.
The Prold picnic at Lake Elmo yesterday was a
great success. Between four and five hundred men,
women and ch^dren were piesent, and the best of
order was maintained The Great Western band
furiiished the music With boating, bathmg, swmg
ng and other amusements, the day passed off to the
enjoyment of everyone Great credit JS due the com
mittee having the picnic in charge for then- thought-
fulness in providing for the pleasure of tne party.
It is extremely seldom that laeues are insulted
upon the streets in this cuV In that respect St.
Paul affoids an example worthy of emulation. About
8 JO o'clock last nignt, however, Mrs C. Shandren
was grossly insulted while costing the iate/sect'on
of Cedar and Eleventh streets, by a drunken brute
in the shape of a man. Complaint was immediately
lodged at police headquarteis, when Capt. Clark,
Detective Bresett, and Sergt. Walsh went on the
Bcout A man was found bj the last officer sitting
on the stops in Wagner's saloou, corner of Robert
and Twelfth streets, who was locked up, aod was af
terward fully identified by Mrs Shandrew as her
suiter. The who'e business of offence and arrest oc
curred within an hour
Knauft's Summer Might's Entertainment.
The weather th-e-atened, jctertlay afternooD,
to again cause a postponement ol Col. Knauff's
summer night festival at Lake Como, but a
evening approached, the skies, after a gentle
sprinkle sufficient to allay the dust
aod cool the air cleared magnificently
and enabled the moon to shine forth in all its
glorj. The scene at the lake was one of fairy
enchantment. Thousands of Chinese lanterns
sheel their parti colored radiance far and near
with a richness utterly beyond comparison and
description while through the trees and over
the waters welled the entrancing strains of the
Great Western band in delicious meas
ures The pyrotechnic displaj was
beyond anything that has been witnpssed in
this region, the number of balloons sent up
being something immense. The number at
tending was marvelous, all uniting
in voting the evening's entertain
ment one of the rarest and
pleasantest seasons of enjoyment ever expe
rienced. Col. Knauff may reot fully assured
of the public's appreciation of his untiring anel
enterprising efforts for their pleasure and grat
Th Historical Society.
The executive council of theHistoncal soci
ety held a regular meeting last night, Presi
dent Drake the chair.
Theie was no business of any importance,
and the meeting was in session but a few min
utes. The follow ing, among other gifts, were
announced A C. Morey, Winona 1 pamphlet,
S Naval Observatory, 1 do, Long Island
Hist. Soc 1 de American Congregation asso
ciation 1 do, C. Judson, 1 do, Georgia His
toncalsociety, 1 vol Patent office, 1 do, H. R.
Bonnell, 9 specimens Confederate currency,
Charles Hause, 1 map, Chicago Historical so
ciety, 1 pamphlet, Khode Island stoncal so
ciety, 1 do, Rollins Publishing Co Chicago, 1
vol., C. E. Mayo, 9 vols, and 10 pamphlets.
Anecdotes of the Millionaa Whose Wealth
Eni iclu Some Chicago Aannlies-rA Tit
[New York Woild
Mr. Reese was one of the first men to go into
the bonanza stock speculations, and he was or.e
of the most successful of the speculators. His
judgment in all matters pertaining to stock
and real estate investments was considered in
fallible, but no one but himself ever profited
by it, for the leason thi he would nevei give a
''point." "If I have points," he would say,
I will use them my self. Points are my for
tune. TVby give my fortune away
THE ST. PAUL DAILY GLOBE, TUESDAY MOKNISTG, AUGUST 13, 1878.
jury, nevertheless, seeing that it was the
wealthy Beese who was defendant, gave her a
verdict for $5,000. From tha tune Mr. Beese
was as much afraid of all womankind as old
Mr. Weller himself was of "the vidders."
Mr. Iteese was never known to keep a horse
or carnage unless he got it accidentally in trade.
He would wait ten minutes at a street-corner
before getting into a car, in the hope of meet
ing an acquaintance who would pay hiB fare.
When taunted by a friend one day in regard to
his miserly habits he said, "WeU, I can't help
it, 1 know it's foolish, but it's a disease
I've got." In all matters not comrected with
money he was a man of great intelligence and
liberal views. In appearance he was very dis
tinguished being about six feet two inches tall,
of fine figure and broad forehead.
It is believed that Mr. Beese has left all, or
the greater part, of his fortune to the Jewish
charitable institutions. It is known that when
he was in New York recently he promised Mr.
Jesse Sehgman to leave $100,000 to the Hebrew
Orphan asylum of this city, and other bequests
to the amount of $440,000 are reported. His
only known relatives in this country are his
sisters Mrs. Bosenfeld and Mr. Bosenberg, of
Chicago, the wives of the sen'or members of
the wealthy firm of Bosenfeld, Bosenberg &
Co., of that city, and Mr. Frank, a wealthy
merchant of St. Louis, the son of a dead sister.
Look out for Caldwell's grand lunch at Nos.
64 and 66 Jackson street, ever} morning from
10 A M. until 1 2 M.
The iea Actor.
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 12.The body of H.
Montague will be embalmed and conveyed
East, probably Thursday, accompanied by the
dramatic party, who have concluded to termi
nate all their engagements for the present
season and disband on arriving New York.
The California theatre is closed this evening in
respect to the memory of the deceased
MONEY AND TEADE.
Money and Stocks.
NEW YOBK, August 12.
Gold all day 100%.
Carrying rates !4 per cent.
Borrowing rates 1 per cent, and flat.
Bar silver here 11518 in greenbacks 114fg in gold.
Silver coin^!^ per ceut. discount
Silver bar at London 521 pence
Governments generally steady.
Railroad bonds quiet.
State bonds nominal.
The stock market opened weak and declined slight
ly, but soon afterwards became strong, and prices ad'
vanced to 2 per cent in the entire list In Pacific
Mail the market was weak, and owiug to the first bear
attack on St. Paul shares, especially preferred, which
declined from OS's to 65Jt, and after the exchange
closed was offered at 65, the remainder of the list de
The transactions aggregated 107,000 shaies.of which
5,600 were Erie, S,030 Lake 8hoie 15,000 Noith
western common 7,000 Jiorthwestern preferred
15,0J0 St. Paul common, 15,000 St. Paul preferred,
17,000 Lackawanna, 2,200 Michigan Central, 2,200
New Jersey Central, 5,600 Union Pacific, and 2,100
Money easy at 1V4@2 per cent.
Prune mercantile paper 3%Sl/t per cont.
Custom receipts $376,000.
The assistant treasurer disbursed $359,000
Sterling, long 88, short 84.
The following were the closing quotations:
Coupons, 'b5, new
Western Union Tel
C. & I
New Jersey Central
Mil. & St Paul
Mil. & St. Paul pfd
Wabash Fort Wayne
Terre Haute pfd.
Chicago & Alton
Quicksdver preferred 30
Mariposa Mariposa preferred
Wells & Faigo
American United States.
N. Y. Central
Erie Erie preferred
Ha'lem Haiiem preferred
Panama Union Pacific stock
65*8 12& M4
90 46V4 44
Chicago &. Alton pfd 101
Ohio & Mississippi. 7V4
137J4 D. & W 52*8 25 A & P. Telegraph
Hannibal &. St. Jo
C. P. bonds
U. P. bonds
L. P. land grant
65 611 83*.
Cleveland & Pittsburg 78J4
Northwestern lennessee 6s, old
Tennessee 6s, new
Virginia 6s, old
104(4 102 34Vs Sinking fund
35 i\ lrginia 6s, new
34 Missouri 6s
Foreign Money Market.
LONDOX, August 125 P. M.
Rate of discount in open market for three months'
Jls 4V4 per cent
Amount of bullion gone into the Bank of England
Money .94 9-16 Account.. 9413-16
UNITED STATES SECDBITIES.
New 4V4 coupons 106\ Erie 1
10878 Erie preferred 32^
110i/4|llhuois Central 85
107-ig Pennsylvania Cent'rl 32
PABIS, August 12
Sterling exchange demand on
The following quotations giving the range of the
markets during the day were received by
MORTON, MOORE & Co.,
LIVERPOOL, August 1210 00
Floating cargoes turn deaier.
Cargoes on passage firmer, held higher.
Cargoes off coast spring 3d higher.
London firmer, held higher.
English and French country markets firm.
LrvmpooL, August 1210.30 A. M.
LONDON, August 122 P. M.
Market firm and rather higher.
N EW \OBK, August 1211 A.
Corn generally firm.
Spring wheat firm, winter a shade better.
N EW YOHK, August 1212 -00 M.
Wheat market stiong on winter.
NKW YORK, August 122 00P. M.
Winter and spring wheat stroneei, Mdwaukee Sl.ll,
Chicago 1 10 bid, No. 1 nominally 1.16.
1.05^ L06V4 1.054
1.05Jt 1.0534, 1.0534,
97J4 97VS 97%
10:16 10.30 10-45 10 50
11:15 11 30
12:15 P. K.
Michael Iteese's miserly habits were for many
years the talk of San Francisco. He woulel go
to the most ibsurd lengths to avoid having to
pay toi a meal Dining with a friend, he would,
if his friend left anv bread on his plate, ask
his permission to take it, so that he might be
spared the expense of ordering more, tor he
was an immense eater, and he usually
patronized table cVltote restaurants, where
he ate $3 or 4 worth at a meal. On one oc
casion, it is related, the restaurant keeper
begged him not to pationize him any more,
tor," said he, "it jou go on eating like this
either you will bust 01 I shall Mr. Reese's
lawyer and most intimate acquaintance was
Mr. Felton, recently dead. One day Mr. Reese
astonished him beyond measure by inviting
him to dinner at a well-known restaurant and
asked him to bring five or six friends with him.
Mr. Felton conlu not believe his ears, but Mr.
Reese repeated the invitation, and it was ac
cepted. The same day Mr. Felton, six friends,
and Mr. Reese went to the restaurant and dined
sumptuously, eating the most expensive dishes
and drinking the choicest wines. Mr. Reese
was not seen to pay the bill, however, and it
afterward turned out that he had obtained a
udgment sgamst the re*t ant keeper, which
the man was unable to pay, having nothing in
the world but his stock, so Mr. Reese was con
strained, as he expressed it, to "take it out in
eating." This was the only time he was ever
known to treat anybody or anything.
At the time of the great excitement in San
Francisco over the great Limantour smt, Mr
Reese made himself somewhat conspicuously
unpopular. It will be remembered that Lim
antour claimed the greater part of the city of
San Fiancisco under an alleged Mexican grant,
and began suit to get possession of the prop
iy V\ the case came up it was charged
a mantoar had forged certain documents,
by means ot which he made his claim. Crim
inal proceedings were instituted against him,
and he was arrested and put under 8100 000
bonds. No one would go bail for him, and Mr.
Reeae came forward, signed his bond, and he
was released. There was believed to be some
mysterious reason ir this action, bnt nobody
ever discovered what it was, and Limantour
afterward withdrew his claim.
About twenty years ago a San Francisco
woman of doubtful position sued Mr. Reese for
$20,000 damages for breach of promise of
marriage. It was universally believed that the
suit was only a tnclrtdextor m,oney, bat the
96% 9 b^
Wheat receipts Chicago
Corn receipts in Chicago
94 9 3^
935$% 93% 9 3^
93J4 93'^ 93", 93%
93%@?a 94 9378
9t5 9S? 96%
96% 96% 967s Call board
78,486 bushels shin-
Wheat receipts in Milwaukee 8,170 bushels, ship
38^ 38@% 38% 38%
10:50 11.15 11 45
12-30 12 45
1.00 2.10 Call board
2:10 Callb'rd 10.7577/i
38%a 38% 38% 38%
39 ?9 39 39
455,195 bushels shin
tAtJ* -s, V* CHICAGO
10.70 10.70 10 70
10.50 11:15 11:45 12-15
10.72'4@80 10.80@82V4 10 80
10.80 J0.80 10.80
10.80 10 80
7.77V, 7.80 7.7714
9 '30 AM
10:30 10:50 11 W
1 2 46
2.10 Cafl b'rd 7.77V480
tall Vegetable and Provision Market
ST. PAUL, August 12
SPBIMOOHICKKNB50@60o per pair, ^t
FISHPickerel and common fish 8c white fish
and trout 8c
FBUITPlums 10@15c per quart. Peaches 30
@S0c per basket. Apples, 40@50c per peck. Blackber
ries, 20c. Blnebenies, (scarce) 16c. Pears, 60c par
basket. Grapes, 26c per pound Musk melons, 20
@40c. Water melons, 15@40c.
VBOKTABLESString beans 15c per peck, rhubarb
10c per dozen bunches, onions 75c per bus.,
lettuce 10] 5c per doz., turnips 10c per doz., beets
10c per doz., and 40c per bushel, carrots 10c per
doz old potatoes 40c per bus., new 40c per bus.,
herbs 2c per bunch, cabbage 30@40c per doz., cu
cumbers 10c per doz, tomatoes 75c@$1.00 per bushel,
Bummer squash 40c per doz butter bears 50c per
bushel, celery SI perdoz., colorabia 20o per dozen,
green corn 10c per dozen.
Sai nt Paul Wholesale Produce Market.
WHEATOM nominal, $1.05, a little new in to-day,
No. 2, for which 85c was offered and refused.
FtotTKMarket dull, patent process $6.75@,7.00
straight XXXX $4 505 00 clear $3.50@4 00
XXXemail@example.com XX $firstname.lastname@example.org. flour $3 50
COENMarket dull, prices unchanged, 3435c to
buy and 36@37c to sell.
BABI.EYFirm at $1 00@1 30.
OATSScarce demand hght mixed 29c, white 30c
to buy 31@32c to sell, free of elevator in bulk.
COKN MEAL-Ve ry dull bolted, $1.25 per 100 lbs.
BEANSFrom $1.25 for common to $2 25 for hand
GBOUND FEEDVery dull, no demand except in
very small lots $14 to the dealer $16 to the con
BUTTEEFrnner in all higher grades, good grass,
6@8c, choice, 10@14c,from well known dairies, 16
EGGSScarce, no demand, strictly fresh, 10
MEATMess pork very firm at $11.00,gHl
hams, country, 514", canvassed, 11'412c, plain,
le^lO'^c, shoulders, 6l/$@7c,
Liv* STOCKSales to-day twenty head good
butchers' steers at 2le.
SPECIAL MiRKET EULLEriyg
Received the "Globe" Durin Yesterday.
[Special Telegram to the Globe
CHICAGO, August 129 30 A. Beerbohm strong.
Cargoes a turn dearer, sixpence higher. English
and French countrj markets firm. Much depends
upon our receipts, which are expected to increase.
CHICAGO, August 1212 30 Late closing
cables strong on bad weather in England, and predict
higher prices if it continues. Receipts at primary
markets in this country over five hundred thousand
bushels to-day. New York reports French demand
[Associated Press Markets.]
Milwaukee Produce ITarket.
New 4 per cents
Mir.WAtiii.ti., August 12
FLOURScat ce and firm
GRAINWheat opened firm and higher, and
closed firm, No. 1 hard $1.16, No. 1,1.13 No 2 old
10J, new 1.05%, August 1.05% September $7
St. Louis Produc Market.
S T. LOUIS, August 12.
COTTONSteady, middling 11\ c.
FLOUlt-Qmet. GRAINWheat inactive, No. 2 red fall 92%@
93%c cash, mostlv at inside price, 9394c Septem
ber 9)3, October, No. 3 red fall 87%@88c cash.
Corn easy, No 2 mixed35'jC cash, 36%c September,
38c October. Oats inactive and lower, No. 2,21 8
214c cash 2IV2C August, 22c September. Rye ac
tive 50c bid September.
WHISK \$1 05.
PROVISIONSPork, $11 email@example.com Lard nom
inal. Bulk meats nominal, sa'es of winter clear ribs
up-country $6 60 cash, summer do 6 GO August and
September. Hams, sugar cured 12(&l5c
St. Louis Live Stock Market.
S T. LOUIS, \ugust 12.
CATTLEMedium demand for shipping and ex
port grades, butchers' scarce, steers $3 2a&4 25
cows aud heifers 2 25@3 00, oxen 3 25@3 73, gra*-s
Texan steers 2.00&2 75, cows 1.75@2 50, receipts 500
HOGSLive, demand active, Yorkers and Balu
mores $4.15@4 45, packing 4 20@4 40, butchers' 4.50
4.70, receipts 3,400 bead.
SHEEP- Steady, fair export mutton S4.05, prime
to choice butchers' 3 t0 good 3.25@3 50', re
ceipts 1,100 head
New Sbrk Pioducu Market.
N EW YonK. August 12.
COTTON12 3-lGc for new, futures weak, sales
FLOURFirm moderate inquiry, receipts 25,000
barrels, western super $1 30@4230, common to good
4.05gl 30, good to choice firstname.lastname@example.org, white wheat
5 6CKg,6 50, extia Ohio 4 00@5 75, St. Loins 4.00@.7.00,
Minnesota patent email@example.com. Rye flour, 2.75^3 35.
Corn meal firmer, western 2 35i 2.75.
GR\INWheat opened dull, fairly active, receipts
417,000 tmhels, sales472,000bushels, ungraded dhip
png $M*. 2 Milwaikee 1.1 un, rided
winter rea 95C&1.10, 3 dol.04@105, No. 2 do
1.09i4l 10, No. 3 do 1 02&1.03, steamer do 1 085n
1 09, No. 2 amber 1 firstname.lastname@example.orgV2, steamer do 1 0J
1.09 ungraded 1.08@113, ungraded white 1 11(&L22,
No 1 white 1 email@example.com 5 old white state 1 25. Rye
firm. Barley quiet. Malt firm Corn a shade firmer,
receipts 277,000 bushels, sales 333,000 bushels, un
graded 45@49c, No. 3, 47c, steamer 47i/2@48Vic, No.
2 do49^49 4c No 2 white 56c. Oats a shade lower,
receipts 81,000 bushels, sales 321,000 bushe's, No.
2, 31'jc, No. 2 white 333li /lC No. 1 white d3c,
mixed western 31@34c, white 3337c, mixed state
HOPSQuiet. HAYQuiet. GROCERIESCoffee in good demand no cargoes
13%@17?i Molasses dull. Rice fair demand.
PE1ROLEUMQuiet and firm, crude 6V4c. re
TALLOWSteady and more active
ROSINDull at $1.37V4@1.42h.
TURPEN TIN ESteady.
PRODUCEEggs firm at 14@15c. Butter firm at
G@23c. Cheese dull, western 5@7V4c
PROVISIONSPork firm. Beet steady Bulk
meats quiet. Cut meats, western long clear %fi 62'4.
Laid firm and fairly active, prune steam &7.80K&7.85.
Philadelphia Produce Market.
PHILADELPHIA, August 12.
FLOURFirm supers $firstname.lastname@example.org, extras 3 50
4 00 Pennsylvania family 4.755.75, Minnesota
email@example.com, patent 7.00@8 50. Corn meal 2.75.
GRAINWheat quiet and firm red 1 firstname.lastname@example.org'4
amber 1.051.07, no white here. Corn firm yellow
51@52c mixed 48@48}4c. Oats dull, firm and un
PROVISIONSLard, loose butchers' $7 50 city
kettle 8 25.
^PETROLEUMActive refined lO&c crude S@'
7.80 7 77V4
780 7.80 7 77!4
Boston Produce Market.
__ ___ BOSTON, August 12.
FLO URFirm western superfine 83.00@3 50,
common extra email@example.com, Wisconsin and Minnesota
extra famdy 6 00@6 25 winter wheat, Ohio, Indiana
and Michigan 5 firstname.lastname@example.org, Illinois 5.25^5.75, St.
Louis 5.25&6.00, Minnesota and Wisconsin patent
6 50@8 00
GRAINCorn in fair demand and firm mixed
and yellow 54@56c steamer 50H(p51c Oats firm
No. land extra white 38@42c N 2 white SBW
37c, No. 3 do 34V435VJC mixed 3236c.
BT-T-oa-Fma, ao@25cper jb. ^v| 4
"is Produce Market
LrvEBPiJOL, August 12.
COTTONEasy 654@63d sales 8,000 bales
for speculation and export 1,000 bales American
7,000 bales receipts 1,200 bales all American.
GRAINCorn, Western new 23s.
PBOVI8ION8Bacon, Cumberland cut 32s d
short clear do 35s 6d. ^^a^M
New York Dry Goods.
Market dull, supply equal
HATMarket dull, wild $8.009 00, tame $10.00
12.00 baled wild $10.00.
No. 3, 8994c. Corn lower. No. 2,
38%c. Oats a little easier, No. 2 old 23V4c, now
22^ Ryeeasier, No 1, 52c. Barley very quiet,
No. 2 cash $112, old September 1 30, new 1.30 bid,
PROVISIONS1 irmer but quiet, mess pork
$10 75 cash and August Lard, prime steam, 7.75.
FREIGHTSWheat to Buffalo, 2V4c
RECEIPTS2,261 barrels flour, 8,170 bushels
SHIPMENTS2,643 banels flour, 93,230 bushels
Chicago Produce Market.
CHICAGO, August 12.
FLOURSteady. GRAINWheat in fan* demand, No 1 red western
98H(g.i9c cash, No. 2 do 97' bid cash and Augut-t,
972cbid Septembr, No. 2 Chicago 96',c cash 9678
@97c August, 937e September, 93V4c October,
No. 3 Chicago 83c. Corn dull, weak and tame, 387sc
cash and September, rejected 37- Oats dull andl4a
shade lowei, 22V4C cash, 2254(g.22!4c August, 22
September, rejected 19c. Rj steady aud in fair de
mand, 51v4c. Barley quiet and steady, 90c cash,
$1 17 September
PROVISIONSPork active and firm, $10 70^
J0.75 ca3h, 10 75 September, 10 email@example.com October.
Lard fairly active, $7.75 cash, 7.80 September. Bidk
meats ac ive. Shouldeis 5 50, short ribs 6.75, clear
WHISKYGood demand, $1 05
RECEIPTS4,000 barrels flour, 88,000 bushels
wheat 455,000 bushels corn, 12,000 bushels oats,
24,000 bushels rye, 8,500 bushels barlev.
SHIPMENTS4,800barrels flour, 56,000 bushels
wheat 499,000 bushels corn 52 000 bushels oats,
10.000 bushels rye, 800 bushels barley.
Chicago Live Stock Maiket.
N*w YOBK, August 12
Business satisfactory with package houses, and
market has improved under tone. Cotton goods in
good demand, and ginghams doing welL Dress goods,
shawls and starts in steady request. Mea wear
woolens quiet. Foreign go^ds rates more active
SALEHOUSE AND LOT ON DAY-
TO.' BLUFF.H. 8. Fjjrchild, Real Estate
Agent, opposite the Merchant's Hotel, will sell at
public sale, the two-story Frame Dwe ling and Lot
on Sixth street, between Hoffman and Maria avenues,
(next east of Mr Holt's brick residence,) next Sat
urday at 11 A. M. Sale on the ground, without re
serve Tune given on part, if desired,
209-214 H. S. FURCHILD.
Re Cow, with face partly
white, about five W ill be sold on
Thursday, the loth day of August, at 10 o'clock in
the forenoon, front of the north door of the Pub
he Market, if not sooner redeemed.
209-211 Police Officer.
FARM TO RENT.
RENT.A Farm at Lake Como, comprising
the Improved Land withm hmits of the so
called Lake Como Park, lying north of the "I ake
Johanna Road," together with the Buildings mid
other improvements situate thereon, thesame oerag
known as the A place. Bv order of the Commit
tee en Public Parks, M. O'CONIsOR,
113-tf City Cletk
SALEOne of the finest resideccs in lowe'
Location and neighboihood unsurpassed
Large lot, 123 feet front. Hou=e has 17 rooms, hot
and cold water, water closets, bath room, aud all mod
conveniences Fme carriage hotife, stab eh KC
House and grounds in most perfect order AS ill be
sold for much less than cost of unprov ements. A
bargain for a party wishing an elegant borne.
185-tf COCHRAN i. W VLSH.
AN1LD, by a colored man, wuh good city rec
omendationa, a situation in private famdj as
coachman or to work about house
.A-T'G-T -,r ljth,
& Taylor Falls Rai road
the St Pa 1, Stdlwater
W'll run one of l"- popular bath ug trains fro St.
Paul to Lake i.lmo,
Lxelusively foi radio and Cluldien
leaving St Paul at 3 vt eturn "g ]tivt tue
lake at 0 P. M., JI arr ve in St Paul at 40 1
N01 but ladies and children anel genlleiaeu ac
accompamed by wife or daughter will be a lo-red on
tins tram. Fare, 50 cents fer round trip, childreu
uuder 15, half piice Ticket for sale on train only.
This tram will stop fo pisseugers al St Paul &.
Pacific Junction, at Post Sidt Track aud at Har
vester Works. Iheie will be no evening tiam on
this daj 21113
CoriiTi ACDITOH OJ "ICF, 1
ST PAUL, August 12tD, li7
will be received at this ofhee untd 10 0 clock
September 7th, 1878, for
FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS
RAMSEY OUXTY IJO^OB,
maturing in twenty eais from September 1st,1878,
bearing seven per cent, interest, payable semian
nually, at the Financial Agency of Rambey County,
in the City of New York These bonds wil. be is
sued in denominations of
CHICAGO, August 12
HOGSReceipts 7,000, shipments 6,000, strong,
5@10c higher, Plnladelphias $4.604 75, good Bos
tons 4 40@4 56, light 4.50@4 55, nnxed rough 4.10
CATTLEReceipts 790, shipments 1,200, market
booming, 10@20c higher, shipping steers $4.30^4.70,
butcher strong, cows 2 00&2 30 bulls 2 00 Texans
moderate supply, 18c higher than last week, 2 10
SHEEPReceipts 1,200, no nnpiovement, com
mon (o medium 2 654.85.
SIDE WHEEL PASSESSER PACKETS
St. Louis & Intermediate Pcints,
Connecting with all Railroads for the Last and South
will! ave St Paul
Monday Wednesday Thursday aod Sdturda\,
A.t 1*3 O'clock in.
JOHN RhANT.Agcut, nve e, St.
THE ACADEMY OF THE VISITATION
ttO SOMERSET STREET,
Will reopen for boarders and day scholars on the
brbt Monday of September. 198-228
WOOD & COAL.
N. W. Fuel Co., St. Paul Offices:
OHIGOS & JOHNSON, 2E. 3d Street.
HILL, S*rjNT)FRH & ACKFR 11? vl Htrpe
\t LAKE ELMO (formerly Bass Lake),
AVil Open June lOth, lfcJTfeS.
Everything new and elegant Twelve miles from
St. Paul. Five dady trams each way 143
C. T. McNAMAKA, Proprietor
Cor. Wabashaw and Sixth streets,
SAINT PAUL, MINNLSOTA.
First* Class, but Only $2.00 Per Day.
Cor. 3d and "Washinjjton St*.,
St. Paul, Minnesota.
GEO. CULVER, MANAGER.
Complete in all its appointments First-class in
every department Fare. S3 per day n-i
E O MINNEbOr\-
.V*r 5 /-Vjr^
ANUED IMMEDIATELY, forty quarry at
$2 per day, for work on the Fort Swelling
Apply to the contractor at tie
In the matter of tho estate of Emily Pond, de
On reading and filing the petition of lames P.
Pond, of Ramsey county, representing, among othe
things, that Emily Pond, late of Ramsey coi uty, on 1 Minne'arjoHq. B,.iifOT1
ttiA7*h iliunfii^h A i77 t
t/ T the 7th day of March, A 1877 at S Paul, died
intestate, and bemg a resident of this county at the
tune of her death, leaving goods, chattels, and estate
within this county, and that the said petitioner is
the sole hen- atlaw of said deceased, and praying
that administration of said estate be to James P.
Pond granted* It is ordered, that said petition be
heard before the Judge of this Court, on Wedieb
day, the 21st day of August, A. D. Ib78, at ten o'Jock
a. at the Probate office in said county
Ordered further, that notice thereof be given to tbe
heirs of said deceased, and to all persons interested,
by pnb'ishing a copy of this order for three succes
sive we ks prior to said day of hearing, in the DAII.Y
GLOBE, a newspaper printed and published at St.
Paul, in said county.
Dated at St. Paul, the 20th day of July, A. D.
By the Court,
[Seal.] HENRY Q'GORMAN,
Judge of Probate.
H. F. MASTEBSON,
is Attorney fOTpatttWM*. July 80-4w tu
St. JPaul Railroad Time Tahlta.
First DivisH St. Paul & Pantic liailioad.
Mam Line through trains for Lir.'trieH, ttfumar,
Benson, Morns, Glyndon, Crookston, Fislur
Landing and Manitoba.
St. Paul 5 00 p. I F^hcr
Wyzata Minneapolis Minneapolis Wayzata Wyzata wyzata
111 to a. m.
Minneapolis 5 40 p. MiuucaL3h*10 11 a. in
Fisher Landing 4 W a, 10 42 a.
W illmar Accommodatio
St. Paul 7 10 am Minneapolis 4 30 ra
Minneapolis 8 33 am St Paul 40
Branch Line through train for t. Ciond, Biainerd,
St. Paul 7 30 a. m. Minneapods 6 30 to.
Minneapolis 7 30 a. m. bt. Paul 6 40 m.
S* Paul, Minneapolis and Minnetonka crania
7 30 a. m. MmneapcUd i 30
11 35 a. ni Mumeap hs 5 40
00 p. m. 1 Minueapc hs 6 28 va
5 00 p. m. Mmne&i om 8 02 a
5 50 p. m. I MmnejrotihlO lam
7 30 a an Aiiiii_eajo 2 CO
9 28 a. 1 Minneapo 4 00
3 18p. in. 1 Minneapolis 4 32
8 16 a m. Minneapolis 5 55
12 05 p.
10 06 a I
8 34 am
10 42 am
Pullman Sleey ing Cars will run on Mafr Line
Trams leaving St. Paul at 5 0u p. m. Car* run
through to Fisher's Lauding theut chai fee, and
connect there with Red River Trauj oitatioi Co
Steamers for Manitoba and all points NoitH 11 Red
River. P. FAIU h\, G- 1 1 Vanager
W. S. ALEXAND ER Gen'l I T'Kt V.j
St. Paul 2 35 p. m.
&t Pull! 5 00 m.
st I aul m.
I it. lau. 6 41 p. le-
Northern Pacific Kiilroas'.
Depot foot of Sibley street. Tlckst
ofhee, 43 Jackson street
iuH i r-ight
Minneapolis Sauk Rapids
Bramerd Glvnaon Moorhead. Fargo F^igo Bismarck. Duluth N. function
Le. 7 30 a Ar
Lo 7 0 Ar.
Le. 11 10 a A-.
Le 2 lr}\
6 40 in
0 '3 a m.
6 0ft a m.
t. .00 a
5 1 a m.
7 00 m.
Le. 7 30 \t
Le 7 "5-p 11 \t
Ar 8 00 111 1 0.
*Le. 8 20 1. A1
Ar 00 a 1 *f 2
tLe 1 3d Ar
I e. Ill *r
Sout!i 1 tlinmsot Kuilwav, Ti.e in. i
nos uitli I A, linn 'Nil
At Wells with Cential Railroad of Mmnco and
at La crosse with tit I adwaj for all
Going W ebtTrains leave La Crosse 7 "57 a in
Trams pass Ranisej.. 2 42 pin
Going East1 rains ase Ramsey 10 4oa
Arrive at La Crosse 5 .5
St, i'.ml & Duluth ulioad
Depot foot of Sibitv st"t
Dollar ic li,
and sold in lots cf 10,000 No bid will be enter
tained at lebs than par, and accrued mteiest from
Septemb 1st, 1878 WILLIAM DAW SON,
Chairman Board Countv Commissioners.
S EE DAVIS, County Auditoi 211
KcoM Nortl'n Line Packet Co.
Leave i Arrive tr 111
40 a ni 6 00 a ui
S 40 a
8 40 a
11 00 a
4 0 ni
it (Hi am
4 10 iu
i 1 a
ti 00 1
8Bjr 1 20
All tiuiusitaiiv except -51111
To aud from the St PJUI Didut 1 dt[ ot foot ot
Third stre. oulv \11 others fie-m bt Paul v. Paeific
eltpot, foot of Siblfj street.
Chicago, Milwaukee & St I'aul I'.nilvv.iv.
P^sseuger Depot toot of Jackson Htrnl Ti ket r-u
Freight Oince Southeast \rue ot ihnd tin laeti
son streets Charles Thon-pe *i. Ticket Agent, hi
Through Chicago &. East
ern Lx press
Through Cldcago & Last
Iowa and Mmnehoii
Pruiie t'u Chit hau
kci, aud C-icago Express
St.Louu Kansas Guy Lx
Ow ionntt Passenger
11 12 a 1 C4 pu i
t7 40 rr }5 47 a ro
*ii lOaiL 27 ji in
*h lo a 1. *8 11
C5 1 1 lila
lo *1J 5 J. va
St. Paul and Minneapolis trains via roit "-uelliug
Lve St Paid }6 00 am
8 25 a
10 05 am
3 15 pm
Lve Minneapolis'O 00um Air St 1 aul
*10 2i air
1 50 ml
*5 15 Li!
t6 ID I
days except d.
Arr Mimical oHa4,C
A*,% I ^r eapoas, uurligton
Lotus mail and express
t-icept Sunday thx ti ilimli
Trams via tne Brainerd 15 anch leave St I-rol
daily, exeoit Sunday, making a winv run if twelves
hours to Fargo.-invmg at Bismarck a! 7 the fed owing
morning, saving nearly 90 rnilpn 111 di 11it-over the
old route via P. Junction coi nection made at
Bismaick with stage*, fi De iduood tn iai \o ids
tue Black Hills Also with fiist il^ no u* to Tort
Beiton and all points on tLe Ipper Mission 1 jvtr
and the V. ellows'oue
Connects at St Paul with trains to ail pomtn East
and South At Duluth with stian 11^ 1 lion 11
Lake points botn American and Canadian also with
steimpis runmug 111 touuei tion wit! IM 01 sin Cen
tral Railroad, it Ashland. Iu noct Ai nl 18"8
s\Ke*k\ I General Uaua_ei.
6 SvsBons fltn Pa^te er Vn'.
0 10 a
10 51 1 in
0 00 a
11 15 am
t( 15] in
tHaturdays excepteu }Mon-
Clur-ago, St I'aul ind Minn-* poMs I me
Computing Hit hw ago St I1
ml & li
ne ipolis in CJifgi uiel ISo.lhvv **i-i
Depot foot of riibfey street Tieke' .nd freight
effice, northwest corner ThirJ uud Jackbon streets
Charles If. Petsch Ticket Agent
Trams i F"c i AJ ivt
Through Chicago and 1 *11 a u, 5 50 a. in
Liistern Fxpiess $ 7 40 I 2 24 ru.
Hudson \ccomn ddtion fi 0 5 ni 1 55 a. 11
Connections made at un ijoutrl foi AtUwaukee
Sundays excepted tSativdi/s ncep'e*'. JMon-
St. ml & Sioux lty Who
Depot foot cf JSCKHOU street
Omaha, Kansas City and
Texas Exj re&s
2 4"5r rni
7 0 a
6 50 1
The 2 15 11 trjui connects ~t Mei i 1 luuctien
wita the Muiueai oim and St I ouis It loi om*s
sou'h. Ah trrtins daily except Hundd
C. BOYDLN, Gefl t g't
St. Panl, Still ittr.T j I01VI tils and .Nor*
Depot foot ot Jaciscn sheet.
Trains leave St Paul tor
Lake Elmo and Still
water 20 a n_
5 05 pin
Leave Lake Elmo for Still
water. 7 03 a ni
10 7 a
Ar. at Stillwater 7 21 am
10 A5 a
15 ni I
Iraius hive Stilmater
ror ike Liu and St.
I Aid 1 1U3 1L
2 15 iu
Leave Lake Elmo lor st
Ar. at St. Paul 00 a
3 35 ir.
North Wisco'tMn riaios
Leave St Paul (20 tt'-t. Pant 7
Round trip tickets, froi 1 S Paul or Stillwater to
Lake Elmo and return, fifty cents.
3Iiniieajiolis J'ntlnmd It711
Minneapolis & St. 1 eiu Itaiivvsiy hoit
Line Iowa Itoute i a IJurl j,ti ri.
Running through express trams with Pullman
palace car sleepers to Lotus witl cut clunge 2
miles shorter than anv other ruute
ILe da ly, Ar Daily
Minneapolis &. St. Lords 1
Passengers at St Paul le~vt
by the St. Paul & Sioux 1
E It at 2 45 p. M. connect
mg at Merriani June, olse!
leave St Paul & Pacific ii 1
R. at 3 00 connect at!
Minneapolis daily, Snndiys
excepted. Traiu on batiu-,
day runs as far as Albert
.Lea, only Lt. dily \r Daly
bt, Ki.Suci ExMoim'y
6*50 *n.\ 10 10
Mixed Minneapolis and Mei
riam Junction, conuectmg
for local statiuns aud St
& S C. L. as far as Wor-Ex 8und
thlngton 6 60 & r.
Mixed, Minneapolis & Wh'te Ex Si nd
Hear Lane, Dnhith & StUlwater 7 1&a &
Omaha Ex., for all points on
St & S C. P'y., Ou.Rlia
4 10 li I 120pin
6 *20 a
& 5 20) in
**iirrt S i'y
2 0pm| 1 20pm
Trains arrive and depart from the fct. Paul & Paci
flc depot, MinneapoUs
car berths seemed at city
ticket office, No. 8 Washington avmm
N.collet House) W. G. Teifef I1ci\t Age and It