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A JUDICIOUS FEE D.
TBE NEWSBOYS AND BOOTBLACKS
MATE A xtiAXKsoxriAe DINXER.
The Gathering Which the ladles Secured
at Unity Church YesterdayThe damins
Enjoy Themselves Hugely and Fill Clean
to the Chin
One of he happiest nicider so Thanks
giving day was the newsboys' and boo t-
blacks' dinner at Unity church yesterday.
The affair was under the management of the
Ladies' Flow er missio n, and in their char-
itable and generous act they acquitted them-
selves most ably. Formal invitations were
extended to every boy, a reputable member
of either "profession." They responded
with great unanimity. The K. S
of the ladies was responded
to person. A 1 2 o'clock shaip
was the designated hour. A 1 2 o'clock
sharp, with Bharp appetites, "th gang"
came tiooping in They came in ciowds of
half a dozen, and each squad had its lecog-
nized leadei. Enteung the basement of the
church, a vision burst upon them which
brought forth the univeisal ejaculation
Abashed by the ladies? Not a bit of it'
Awed by the few gentlemen present? What
do you take us fori1
Three long tables were spread with snotvy
cloths, and laid out with plates, kunes and
forks. Down the center line of each table a
foitress of candy in led, white and blue bags
was built up
Huriah for the star spangled banner'
The boys weie diawn up in line along the
sides of the table, beat youiselves' They
squatted, made an attack upon the candy
fortress at once. I hat lorticss was captmed
witho ut the loss of a man
TAKING THEIB CATIONS.
Then some half do/en oung ladies glided
about, leaned over the stui d) little rascals
"Will you have some oyster soup
They got it in abundance, and this was
followed by substantiate most bountifully
handed out Each plate was heaped up
with tuike v, cranberry sauce, mashed pota
toes and other "flxin's
"Will you have a piece of pie?"
"Won't I, iust
"But will you f" repeated the handsome
waitress, for this occasion, only?
"Io be course
"W hy, the youngsters were so glad and
meny that they chatted away in high glee,
and made a meny meeting of it. But they
didn't forget the chuck
Will you have something more?"
J'No, thauk'ee, I am chock full."
"Not even anothez piece pie
"Ihank'ee, no, I' lull clean up to the
This was the way the youngsters exprepsed
and showed their hih satislaction at the
Every man of them was brushed up fo i
the occasion, and throughout the aftau then
conduct was as exemphuy as then bctteis"
in worldly UKuinstances Ihey weie
high good bpmts, and made it manifest by
outbieaks lau^htei, and ldltlmg good
jokes Nothing stale about them, each one is
he very latest out." They appreciated the
good dinner, they appieciated the* good
company they weie inthen own
they appreciated the kind ladies, who
waited on them, and passed such compli
"Well, now, ain't she just hunky?"
"Keddy, me boy you are shouting, you
Ihey were sincere in everyihing they did
and said. Outspoken and earnest, they had
a high, grand old time of it And they said
Ihe ladies were untiring in pleasing and
serving their guests. Mis Chas N?chols,
piesident of the mission, supeiintended the
affair, and directed he i corps of able and
willi ng assistants 9
Misses Eva and Lillian Bur
bank, Mibses Mary Smyth,
Louise Millei, Nellie Haine s, Caine and
Minnie Beales, Miss es Gieen, Davis and
Delano, humed about, and were at the beck
and call of the youngsteis They called
'em, too' Mrs DeGiaw and Mrs Claik
were serviceable lushing tho viands foi
waid to be handed mound by the waitressta.
A FOEMATi KEPORT.
A the dinner was a formal affair, notifica
tion being given in a toimal invitation, the
GLOBE proposes doing it up a foimal man
ne r. The newsboys' and bootblacks' Thanks
giving dinnei, given undei the auspices of the
Ladies' Flower mission, was a very ochei die
liecheiche, bojs, means bully."
A 1 2 o'clock, the coveis having been laid
for sixty-seven, the followi ng guests sit
down to the bountifully spiead tables
New3boysThomas Heffernan, alias Heif
er calf, Frank Keinan, "Colonel," Ami
Marks, alias Little Jew," Willie Demc'c,
"leny" Naughton, "Dick" Mai tin, Stephe i
"Willie and Dani el (Kid) Halpin, Frank
Biown (Little Brown Jug) Joe Biown,
"Bull head," Fred (Soui s) Ai^fc, James
Henealy, Tally ho," Willie Bornocle,
John Bornocl e, John Butler, Pat (Slob
by) Can, Jo (Cariaboo) Conle^,
Dick and Tom Conneis, Tom Biady, George
Gay, Otis Casserly, Cindle Mo 'd r," Will
Owens, Johnny Howard, "Big Lew" Sulli
van, Bill Conlej, Fiank (Dutchy) Scbinip p,
Sam Gunnat, Henry Maiks ("Big Jew,")
Denny Sulhvan, Jim Gould, Coleman King,
"His Nihs," Pat Nash, John Keefe, James
Cody, "Buffalo Bill John Wallace, Mart
Myler, Mike and Pat Wnght, Toby Butler,
Oscar O Maia, John and Bill Straps, "LODP
and Short Ned O'Mara, Dave Naugh*ot
Billy Wallace, and many others of eqaai
promise the pio e^ion.
Bootblacks"Little Dan" Woods"I live
with my aunl, a id they call me Rahley,
'taint me name"Paddv Mack, Tim McCai
ty, John Coyne, Joe Conlej, "Hump" Can,
John (Toby) Barnes, Lew Lerose, Dave a
hey, Bat Brodenck, E (ieddy) Biodenck,
Mike McNearnej, Willie McVndrews, Will
Hayse, and other gentlemen whose names
werj unfortunately iui83ed
The amiable hostess and her assistants
seated their guests, and were ubiquitous
endeavonng to please The banquet was
spread, a slight idea the toothsome moi
sels can be faintly gatheied from the fallow
(Menu, boys, is Fiench for grub.)
Oysters in cream.
Tuikey with cranberries. Beef.
Potatoes. Beans, etc
Pi*-Mince, Apple, Cranberry, Pumpkin,
The boys took he whole business. They
weren't long at it They displayed the true
American spn it in getting throu gh Then
they chatteied, and many a manly*little fel
low had a heaity "thauk you" to give to his
kind lady hostesses.
After they had eiten "chuck up to the
chin Secietaiy Holdndge, the Y. C.
A called the assembly to oidei. stated
that hereafter a room for the amusement of
the boys would be opened the O. A
rooms, and tickets could be obtain ed to-
morrow (to-day) by applying to him at 6
"Good enough!" was the response.
"Have yon enjoyed yourselves, boys?"
asked Mr. Holdndge.
'Yes, yes'' was the unanimous reply.
Mr. Holdndge"I propose three cheers
Hooiay Hooray Hooray'!!
Iney were shouted out with the vigor of
strong, oung gladsome voices.
One of the Boys "iigei-r."
Hip, hip, hip hooray
Such a giand, wholesome shout as did jar
the joists of the church floor above. Then
the crowd hurried away.
There were only a few spectators present.
The boys had it their own way, with their
ki nd entertainers present to help them.
After the boys had finished, the ladies
fou nd they had a g.odly store of provisions
on band. 'Ihey sent out into the by-ways
and among the hedges for other guests to
he feast. I all they fed sevcniy-eight
Even yet after feeding the multitu de the
fragments made many basketsful. And
these were sent to the Home of the Friend
less, church and city hospital and other
A tup was tak en around among the boys
and much infoimation was a hered. Each
"gang" has its "boss." is a ki nd of a
ruler, ruling by his popularity. The boot
blacks aie supei vised by "Little Dan," a
mite in size, but then Napoleon and othei
big guns" didn't have many inches to
boast about. Dan is a cute one, knows the
world, and is a judge of human nature.
Ihe oldest boy in the two professions is
fteddy" McNnrney, 1 4 years old, the
youngest is Johnny Gay, aged 7 years. There
were all kinds of bojs, and each had his par
ticulai nickname, given for some peculiarity
ox foim, feature i disposition, and appro
pi lately bestowed every instance. They
all take kindly to then nicknames, and "a
man" isn't a ieputab!e member, until he is
dnbbed with some sobriquet.
The Big Book "Up Ihere had the votes
and heartfelt thanks of the hearty youngsters
credited, it, opposite each lady's name of
the Flower Mission, yesterday.
Venly I say unto you Inasmuch as ye
have done it unto one of the leant of these,
iny bieUuen, ye have done it unto me.
A woituiy WORKMAN.
Presentation to Mr. C. JB,
Paul Lodge, No. 17, A
Wood by S
O. W Last
The legular meeting of St Paul lodge,
No. 17, A. O W., last evening, was the
scene of a veiy pleasant episode. Among
he members of the lodge is Mr. Charles E
Wood, checkmen of the transfer line, who
has been very zealous in procuring new
membcis. I consideration of his seivic es
the lodge, at its meeting a week ago ap
pointed a committee to secure a proper testi
monial to piesent to Mi. Wood Last eveni ng
while undei the head of "Good of the
Older," the committee reported their duty
peifoimed, and called upon Capt.
Wood to make the presentation, which he
did in substantially the following terms
"Bito WOOD rie committee appointed
at the liAt meeting to piocure a suitable testi
monial lor jour exertions in mcieabing the
membeiship and advancing: the central mtei
osts tlm lodge has pertoimed its duty
Veiy unexpectedly I have been called
upon to make the picsentalion While the
duty ib a phasant one I le^ret my inability to
hud httin^wnds tor the occasion Ihe em
blem selected is most appiopnate, and really a
woikot be cut} I can also bay it is valuable
but to \mi I club not its chiet vilue is in the
fact that it c^uit to jou freighted with the re
spect and esteem of every brother St. Paul
Lodge No 17, by whom it is bestowed.
A lev/ woicls historical St Paul lodge No
17 was oi^am/ecl now not quite a year and
a lnlt ago, with only the requisite
nurabei to secure a chaiter It growth was
fairly healthy Octobct 25th, 1877, yon became
a member. Appieciating jour obligation, jou
v,en to work irom the lirst to build up and
stri ngthen the lodge, and to day the proud
lecord stands to jonr edit having brought
in twenty-three wo thy members I is indeed
a proud tecord both as a man and a brother
It shows that whatever you under
take to do you believe in doing well
It also hhoNs that jou have so ordered jour
daily life is to gain the confidence of the gen
It i-, in consideration of this bt Paul lodge
No. 17, honors jou in the presentation ot the
twelve I no A hold Biothei Wood on behalf
the lodge I ask you to accept this beautitul
emblem as a slight testimoni of tho esteem in
which you are borne by your brother members.
May you long live to wear and honor it."
'Ihe badge is gold, and consists of a
scroll with a finely executed monogram, "A.
O W pendant. O the scioll is en
giaved, "C E Wood," and opposite, "Pie
sented by St Paul Lodge N 17."
NO UK KEY.
Anthony L,oftus Occupies a Lofty Position
in the St iti on House Yes erday.
Officer Nugent arrested' Anthony Loftus
yesterday morning at the Tremont house,
corner of Eighth and Itobsrt stieets. Loftus
was chaiged by one Johnson with the larceny
of 18 Ihe wo were companions, having
come fiom neai Howard Lake, where they
had been working togethei in Myeis' gang,
on the bt. Paul & Pacific road. The day
pievious they hal been doing he town, their
time and talents being most given to a thoi
ough examinati on of the saloons.
As the shades of night weie falling,
they inqmied fo i and obtained lodging at
he Tiemont house. After supper they be
gan "to do" the town some more. After a
wmle Loftus cimo and stumbled up stans
to his loom. Af tei that Johnson came in and
stumbled up stairs, and butted up against
the door of the room to be jointly occupied
by him and Loftus Loftus opened he door
and to ok is companion shut the doo i,
and said, "we are all safe now I the morn
ing Johnson got up and found Loftus gone and
is money gone too gave the alarm,
lepoited to the police, and a search was in
stituted for Loftus. was finally found
bed, again sleeping off "th night befoie."
was ai (rased, accused, and he denied.
The bed and his clothes were tumbled over,
and a ten dollar bill found, which Johnson
identified as his property, some suver in
addition was found about aiound Loftus,
or in the loom. Johnson declares his mon^y
was left in vest the night befoie and
wasn't there when he got up yesterday morn
ing. The likely stoiy is that Johnson came
in pietty well soaked, just don't lemembei
exactly how much money he bad or where he
stored it away fo i safe keeping. After all.
Loftus passed yesterday no thankful slate
of mmd in the station-house, and had no
Ticket Issues Pooled by the Railroads.
The Chicago, Milwaukee & St Paul and
Chicago, St Paul & Minneapolis lailway
companies have poo'ed another issuethe
ticket issue. Heretofore the companies
have maintained distinct ti kef offices, with
all that that implies, thisc ty. Under the
pooling anangement there will be but one
office, on and after Dec. 1st, and that will be
at the noithweot corner of Jackson and
Thud streets, piesent headquaiters of the
St & company, which is being
reoigamzed, to meet he new order of things.
I is a pleasure to know that the pool does
not dispense with eithei of the gentle
manly ticket agents, the veteian Chailes
Thompson, Esq and Charles Petscb,
heietofore in charge of he two offices, work
ing harmony the new arangement.
Judge Chandler, g-neral ticket agent of the
Chicago, Milwaukee & St Paul lailway, re
mains in is piesent quaiters, the chan ge
giving him increased facilities for transact
rog the steadily increasing business in his
depaitment Fiank Clarke, Esq who
occup the same position for the Chicago,
St. Paul & Minneapol is line, is to have bet
tei quaiters for the tiansaction the busi
ness of is office, as a result of he change, it
giving him a first-floor room, which is now
being arranged to suit is ideas.
THE ST. PAUL DAILY
Thank yon, plenty. I
How ma ny were there who didn't to
somebody else, turkey, yesterday.
Secure seatB for Benj. Taylor's lecture
this evening, at the Opera Houe. Bo office
will be open this morning at 9 A. M.
A stray child was picked up on he streets
yesterday by officer Kenealy, and taken to po
lice headquarters Shortly afterward the little
one was restored to itB parents on Seventh
The notes, buggy, howe, and office property
belonging to Charles Ethendge, of North
Platte, attached by the Second National bank
to secure his indebtedness to them, will be sold
at auction to-day by the sheriff.
Officer Keneally yesterday, brought in Harry
Howard, lately released from the penitentiary.
Howard was leturmng thanks for his escape
Irom Stillwater brutality by taking too much
still water of the intoxicating kind.
Marie Koze, soon to appear in concert in S
Paul, is apprpciated in Chicago, ludgmg by the
following clipped from the Chicago Tunes of
the 27th Over one thousand seats forth
Roze-Mapleson concert wen sold on yesterday
This is said to be the largest first-day sale for a
single concert ever made in this citj
Contrary to the prevailing impiession, the
eligible seats of the Opera House foi the lec
ture of Benj F. Taylor this evening, have not
all been sold and reserved by the holders of
season tickets. Those who have not purchased
season tickets can find good seats in all parts of
the house for sale at the Bo ofhee this
Yesterday afternoon about 3 o'clock a man
named Caffridge, living near Oakland ceme
tery, diove over an old laHy named Green, on
Seventh street near Sibley street. did not
stop to inquire what injury he had done, but
drove away rapidly. Several bystanders mshed
forward to the assistance of the prostrate old
lady, lifted her up, and ascertained that one
of her legs was broken below the knee Sh
was taken home, in tn neighborhood of the
accident, and medical assistance summoned.
Everybody had a Thanksgiving dinner yes
terday, some better than others, but all good
Among the most elegant to which friends and
Jests were treated none equalled the dinner
served at the Clarendon hotel A menu of
thirteen courbes was seived, the variety under
each head was inexhaustible, and cooked to a
upencss, which not only made each di6h pala
table, but tempted to turther indulgence. A
housefull guests lingered long at the boun
teous board, and gave evidence their enjoy
ment of the royal Thanksgiving dinner.
Civilians do not form a very exalted opinion
of the United States army, when they see the
specimens of drunken soldiery who staggered
about the streets ot S Paul yesterday. All in
uniform, and some weaun' the chevrons of
non commissioned officers On bummer"
loafed into a barber shop, and made himself
profanely obnoxious, three were put aboard of
the train by the police and sent to Fort Snell
Such conduct is adisgrace to the unifoim
they wear, and equallv so to the noble calling
they have adopted. Even an enlisted man can
bono his uniform.
"He Queered the Act
bad a b.tj,b. toned, ardent ambition to he
come burnt cork artist met a tnend
who encouraged him in his youthful ambition
Even more, the fuend became his teacher.
George est is the teacher, Charlie Smith
whose mother keeps a restaurant in liogers'
block was the pupil Tor two months West
his put bmith tbrouh the steps, to make
hnn become the champion clog-dancei West
assured his pupil hew a stunner and getting
along like a house afire So enthusiastic did
he become over the rip id pio'ies
his pupil that he proposed a paitneiship
West & Smith Tuck, lerpsuhorean Artists and
Champion btatue Clog Nice on the bills in
big letteis. Smith saw the film name staring
him in the face from every dead wall and bill
board the world Accept the offei? Of
course he did Wpst had no money to Rtart
business but he had experience. Smith! had
no experience, out he believed he could get"
some money The partners get their uniform,
Smith paid foi them. Smith was delighted
with his red monorco t-hoes biaok velvet
snanrle tihts an a ruffled shiit.
stiuek a no e, a la clog statue, be
fore a camera, and had his photograph
duly taken. West would seo about engige
meats tor toe team. did s^e or said he had
and re[ orted he hid gotten engagements in In
dianapolis and St Loui All they needed was
money to get there, and thej paralyze the
audiences Smith supplied West with S35 to
get the in kets. Yesteiday morning West ahds
Little Old Man, went off all alone forgot
Jo take his purtnei with him. Smith is all for
lorn, and passed a mournful Thanksgiving
day Go get thee to a nunnery.
Still Se irchlng for the Body.
The search for Sattlei's body was con
tinued all day yesterday. Again at nightfall
ths boatmen wilhdiew, having been unsuc
cessful. The dragging is now bemi confined
to the area near the bend just below ths city.
During the seaich yesteiday one boat's crew
got hold a heavy substan ce and hauled
away at it. They believed they had lecovei
ed the body, and gave word to the other
crews. Intense excitement prevailed, anoth
ei vigorous ill, and a big turtle, moss
coveied with age, weighing fully fifty pounds,
was hauled into the boat.
The rewaid has been increased to $200.
The search will be continued with unabated
zeal until the body is found or he ice pre
ven ts any further seaich Extended noti ce
has been given the liver towns below the
New Hardware House.
W learn from a reliable souice that David
Kmgsbuiy, Esq, so long and so well
known to oui ci zens in his connection with
the hardware tiade, will establish this city
at an eaily day, a strictly^?? st class hardware
house, making fine goods a specialty.
will be associated vith i Draper, of New
York ciiy, son of he llev. Dr Draper. Mr.
Draper is a gentleman thoroughly conversa nt
with tho hardwaie business mall its
blanches. Ihe firm will possess ample
means. W welcome them to St Pau l, and
bespeak for them piospenty and abundant
success in their new enterpuse
Smith's Grand Opening next Monday. Im
ported Bon Bon boxes.
S. Van Vleit, Esq Lake City, at the Mer
Kindied, Bramcrd auditor of the North
ern Pacific, at the Metropolitan
Hon Frank Morse Minneapolis took a part
of his Thanksgiving in St Paul yesterday.
J( sse Clement, Esq of the Chicago Iniei
Ocean is the city, stopping at the Interna
John McDorald of this city, is named as
one of the vice presidents of the Northwestern
Travehngmen's association, with headquarters
Col. Robeit Filkins, managing the Marie Roze
concert, the city several days arrar gmg tor
the appearance of the company at the Opera
House, left yesterday for Madison.
The Merchants hotel has a steam elevator
and all the modem improvements, with rooms
graded from $ 2 50 to $ 3 per day. Th
following were among the annals yesterday
S Church, Bed Wing, Whiten, Indiana
L. Auislem, Chicago, Gould, Chicago,
A. McClellan, New York, J. McDonald Chi
cago, Mrs. G. Grimes Bismarck, Schmidt
Faribault, Wright, New York, J.Lato
Chicago, Conway, Louisiana, E
Rockwood, Chnago, T. Doyle, Minneapo
lis, Gault Madison, Wis W Parkinson
Chicago, Cassidy, Reads Landing, W. Gard
ner, Detroit, Mich Michae s, Rochester,
New York, S. VanVhet, Lake City,
W. Scott, Minneapolis, Root, Denver
N. Lutz, Lake City, Fitch, Grand
Rapids, A Bourgeoes New York, Leonold
Chicago, N Spaulding, J. Brown and
wife Brainerd, 8. Rosfnfels Cnicago,
Tounsend, Stillwater, J. Neusalt, Owatonna
E hmitb, Beavei Dam, A. Flomesfelt,
New York, Connollev, Cook, Chicago
W. Sloshoff, Illinois, Clark Providence'
W Kimball, Jackson Minn McClure'
St Cloud, N Mason Chicago, Anderl
son Montivedeo, Whipple, Faubault,
Don't fail to see the unheard of Novelties at
A DISASTROUS BLAZE.
Two Residences and Two Barns Destroyed.
The city edition of the GLOBE yesterday
reported (exclusively) a fire which occurred.
at the corner of Nelson and Farnngton ave
nues, at 4 o'clock yesterday morning
Though the fire was a mile distant, the alarm
was turned in from the St Peter street en
gine house, and the firemen proceeded to the
spot as rapidly as possible. The fire was
found to be in the residence of Ryan, a
large two story fra me dwelling, and is sup
posed to have originated from an ash barrel
in his shed. The flames made rapid and
pretty complete work with Ryan's com
fortable residence, but most of is furniture
Mr. Ryan's was he second house from the
corner, ard the fire soon reached the corner
house, which was another large two story
frame residence, owned and occupied by
C. Green. Mr. Green's house was not total
ly destroyed, but it will pass for a pretty
good sample of a wreck. About half of his
furmtuie was saved.
Green's barn, and also a barn in the
lear of Kyan's, belonging to Cochran &
Walsh, weie destroyed.
A the lesidences are quite closely located
in that region a good deal of alarm prevail
ed, and'several "moved out," thinking then
turn would come next. Fortunately, the
firemen, who id good work as soon as they
could reach he spot, confined the flames
the buildings named and saved the residence
of S District Attorney Billson, which was
in especial danger.
Mi. Ryan's house was valued at $2,300,
and was insured for $1,400 in the Com
i Green values is house at $3,500, on
which there was an insurance of $2,000 in
the Noith British and Mercantile. The
furniture he estimates at $ 2 00 0, on which
theie is an insurance of 1,000 in the Home
of N Mr. Gieen's barn was also insured
for $250 in the North British, which will
just about pay one half the loss.
Mr. Hemmenway, of the insurance agenoy
bavins, the Green risk, says he company will
rebuild the residence. thinks it can be
done for $1,500.
Cochian & Walsh had $500 insuaance
the Franklin Fire, which will cover their
ing a considerable portiom
two steameis weie engag ed in pumping a
ter fiom the hydrant at the corner of Thi rd
street and College avenue, into the stern
on the hill, which had been emptied on the
There needs no explanation of the follow
CAED OF THAJ.K3.
The thanks of the fere department are Ticst
cordiallj tendred to Mrs S Distr ct Attor
ney Bilison tor the bountiful supply of excel
lent hot coffee supplied at the fire this morn
Chief Fire Depaitment.
St. Paul. Nov. 23, 1878
The raffle for fine Thoroughbred M-iie and
Road Wagon will take place at Merchants hotel
to n^ght at 8 o'clock, instead of Dec. 7th, as
previously ai ranged.
Be sure to see the funny things at Smith's
CRI3IES AND CASUALTIES.
ABRESTED FOB TOBGEBT.
[Special Telegram to the Globe.]
MADISON, WIS Nov. 28 A man named
Tennis was aneated near heie to day for the
forgery of several hundred dollarq at Mar
shall, Mich. Sheriff Bubar, of that State,
left to-night with his pnsoner.
KILLED BT THE CABS.
A young min named Lockwood was billed
at Eist Madison to day while attempting to
ancouL/e A I engine from a fieight train
His foot slipped, and falling on the hack, a
fieight car passed over and killed him
6TEA.MEU ON riBE.
NEW YOR K, Nov. 2 8 -Ihe steamship Zea
land, which sailed Tuesday morning fo i
Antweip, returned yesterday afternoon with
her caigo on fire. The vessel was freighted
with 800 head of sheep, 45,000 bushels
giam, a laiae quantity of lard, etc The
file was extinguish ed at the dock, and 12,000
bushels of damaged gram landed. The
steamer was not seriously injured.
PITTBBUEG H, Nov. 28A special to the
Dispatch from Uniontown gives he particu
lers of a boiler explosion which occurred
near Dunbar about 1 GO this afternoon, by
which Richard Evans, Daniel Garrison and
J. Millei were instantly killed, Ja Vai
jen mortally wounded, and ten others sen
ously injuied. Most of these men were on
the loot of the boilei, helping to erect a new
stack, when the explosion occuire d.
MILWAXJKEE, Nov. 28.A Waukesha, Wis.,
special to the Sentinel, says the Fox River
hotel waa destioyed by fire to night*. Loss,
$13,000, msuied for $6,000. The hotel sta
bles were also destroyed, and the tiottin"
stallion Weasel i and two other valuable
hort.es bmned to death.
LONDON, Nov. 2 8 rhe steamship Atlas
from Boston, and Mosdland from New York,
have amved out.
NEW YOE K, Nov. 2 8 Arrived, the steam
ships State of Pennsylvania, from Glasgow,
Daniel Stci^mann, from Antweip, Hausaa,
from Biemer, and Holland from London
The Marq .i ana Pimces,
STAINE S, Quebec, Nov. 28 Upon the arrival
hereof the vce regal tram, which left Meta
podii morning, his excellency was pre
sented with an addieFs in French to which he
made a suitable reply. A tall stations on the
road the greatest enthusiasm prevailed, and at
the principal towns addresses were delivered
and lephed to by the governor general
QUEBEC NOV. 27 There was a demonstra
tio i at Chaudiere Junction. The vice-legal
tr un passed without stopping. A sleet storm
has prevailed here since last m^h Tne tram
stops at Smgsey for the night, and vill reach
Montreal about noon to-mono v.
Smith's Giand Opening next Monday.
DAJLLY W E \.TBLh.R BULLETIN.
OFFICE i OBSFEVATIOV SIONAL CORPS, USA
IJSGEKSOLL BLOCK, THIBD bTKEET,
4ILY LOCAL MEAIsS.
Bar Ther. Rel Hum. Wind
29 933 33.7 69 7 SW.
Amon of rainfall or melted snow, GO, max
imum thermometer, 42 minimum thermom
PEIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 29, 1878.
MONET AND TKADE.
Foreign Money Market.
LONDON, Nor. 285 p.
Silver bar at London 50 11-16 pence per ounce
Proportion of Bank of England rrservetoliability,
which la=t week was 40Jg, i now 4115-16 per cent.
Amount of bullion gone into the Bank of England
on balance to-day JB1H,00
The Bank of Eng and statement shows cm increase
of specie for the week of 170,000.
Money 9515-16 Account
UNITED STATES SECUBITEBS.
New4V4 coupons 106H|Keading.
5-20s,'67 1083 Erie
10-40s, 8. B., '67 Erie preferred
KMOs 109% Illinois Central
New 6s 108K Pennsylvania Cent'rl 82^4
New Jersey Central, 32.
PABIS, NOV. 38
Five per cent, rentes, 7V4c for account.
The bank of France statement shows an Increase
in specie for the week of 10,100,000 francs.
Foreign Produce Market,
LONDON, Nov. 83.
LIVSEEDCalcutta 4"s 6d.
PLTROLEDMBelined 9J4d per gallon.
LIVERPOOL, NOV. 21?
COTTONFlat and irregnlar, middlings 5 7-lfid
middling Orleans 5"rfd, low middling uplands 5}nd
good ordinary uplands 5 l-16d, ordinary uplands
47sd sales ",000 bales, including 1,000 bales for
speculation and export American sales 5,250 bales,
futures c'osed weak, receipts 15,300 bales American
PETROLEUMKenned 9d per gallon.
PltoVISIONSBacon, 25s 5d long clear middies
283 "id short clear middles.
OFFICE OF THE CITY TBEASUBES,
S T. PAU L, Mrs:.., November 23, 1871.
All persons interested in the assessment for
CONS1BUCTION OF A REWER ON
TENTH STREET, FROM A POINT
ABOUT 60 FEET EAST OF JACKSON
STREET TO BROADWAY,
WILL TAKE NOTICE,
that on the 23d day of November, 1878, I did
receive a warrant from the City Comptroller of
the city of Paul, for the collection of the
above named assessment.
The nature of this warrant is, that if you
fail to pay the assessment within
after the first publication of this notice, I shall
report you and your leal estate so assessed as
delinquent, and apnly to the District Court of
thi county liureev, Minnesota, for jud
ment against your lands, lots, blocks or parcel.
thereof so assessed, including interest, cost and
expenses, and for an order the court to sell
the same for the payment thereof.
F. A RENZ, City Treasurer.
Whereas, default has been made the conditions of
aceitaiu moit0age, bearing date the nineteenth day
of September A. 1872, executed and de lvered b\
.eui Weide, and Joseph Weide, her husband,
of St Paul, Minnesota, mortgagoi, unto Rolert
\\hitacre ana Hemy Gregg, of New Lisbon, Ohio,
ltgagees, whereby the said mortgagors did bar
gam, sel, giant and tonvej unto 'he said mortgagees,
then hens and assigns, that tract or parcel of land
lying and being in the county of Ram ey and Slate
of Minnesota, described as follows, to-wit: Out
lots numbered four (4) and h\e (5), being a part of
the west half of the Loithwest quarter, of section
twenty-nine (29 township twenty-nine (29), north of
range twenty two (22), west of the fourth principal
mend *u a cording to a recorded pbtm the office o*
the Reg scr of Deeds fot the county aforesaid, each
lot containing nve (o) acres, moie oi jess, together
ith the hereditaments and appurtenances, to secure
the payment of the sum of eighteen hundred and
sixty six and 66-100 dollars, and interest, acco-ding
to the conditions of four certain promissory notes
beaiing even date with said mortgage, each for the
sum of S*C6 C6-100, two of them due in one year from
the date thereof, and two of them due two yean,
fiom the date thereof, with mteiest at the rate oi ten
percent per annum until paid, and gi\ en to secure
the purchase money for said premises, and which
said mortgage was on the 30th day of bep ember,
1872, duly recoided in the olhce ol the Register of
Deeds foi said Ramsey county, in Book 30 of mort
gages, on page 51,
And whereas, afterwards,#on the 17th day of
August, 187 said Robert Mlntacre died testate, and
his last will and testament, whereby he did devise all
of ms property, both real and peisonal, to his wile,
Elizabeth W tacre, and made her sole executrix
thereof, was duly allowed by the Probate Court of
Ramsey county, aforesaid, and admitted to probate
therein, and sa'd Elizabeth W. Whitacre was by sa
court duly appointed sole executrix thereof on the
8th day oi October, 187J, and thereupon duly quali
fied and entered upon the discharge of her duties as
such executrix and afterwards, on the 24th day of
March, A D. 1875, by an instrument in wr.ung of
th it date, the said Elizabeth W. Whitacre, executrix
and so legatee aioresaid, duly assigned and for val
ue tiansierred all and su gular the undivided half of
said mortgage and notes, being all and singular hei
inteicst therein as executux aforesaid or otherwise,
to the undersigned, Henry H. Gregg, one of said
mortgagees, and the owner of the other undivided
hall theieof, and which said instrument of assign
ment was afterwaids, on the 15th day of October,
187b, duy lecorded the afore-aid Register of
Deeds oihee, in Book of assignments, on page 41^.
And there is claimed to be due, and is due, upon
the said mortgage, at this date for principal and in
terest, the sum of eleven hundred and thirty-seven
and 25- 00 dollars, and the said Henry Giegg, as
mortgagee aforesaid, has paid the taxes assessed on
said premises for the years 18~6 and 1-77, respective
ly amounting in the aggregate to the sum oi thirty
eight and 77-100 dollars, and holds tho treasurei's
receipt therefor, ajd claims a hen thereon for the
same with interest, and the sum of flity dollars being
allowed hy the terms of the said mortgage, to the
said mortgagees, as an attorney fee in case of a
foreclosure of the said mortgage, the total amount
so due it this date for pnncipal, interest, taye3 and
attoruejsfees lie ng the JIIIH of twelve hundred and
sixteen and 02-100 dollars, and no suit or proceed
ings having been instituted at law or otherwise to
recover the debt so remaming, seemed by the said
mortgage, oi any pait thereot
Now, the efore, notice is hereby given, that by
vntue of a power of sale the said mortgage con
tamed, andpui6uant to the statute in such case made
and piovided, the sa mortgage will be foreclosed by
the sale of the said mortgaged premises, and the said
mortgaged premises will be sold by the Sheriff of
said county of Ramsey, at public auction, to the
highest bidder therefor tor cash, at the fiont door of
the old Court House, in the City of St. Paul, in said
county oi Ramsey,
ON THE 30th DAY OF TsOVEHBER, A. D. 1878,
at ten o'clock in the forenoon, to satisfy the amount
which shall then be due on the said notes and mort
gage, with all legal costs and disbursements.
Dated St. Paul, Minn., Octob 17th, 1878.
GEO. & CHA1-.
S PAUL, MINN.
Ubservations taken at the same moment
time at all stations,
eteorological Record, Nov. 28 1878, 9 56 v. M.
P-j'uth. Eort Girry
St. Pa '1
Seigeant, Signal Corps USA.
LEIOHTONOn Wedn sday, Nov. 27, at 4
Lillian Abbie, only child oi Joseph and Stella
Batcbelor Leighton, aged six months and eight
days. The funeral will take place from the residence of
the parents, at tho corner of Twelfth and Jackson
streets, at 2 to day (Friday), Friends aie le
mies*ed to attend without further notice
DASSELPEAbtLY On ihe 2?th mst., at the
residence of the bride's mother, Mrs. H. La Salle
by Rev. T. M. Gregg, Bemhard Dassel to Mrsl
Caroline Peasely, of Burlington, Iowa.
H. GREGG, Mortgagee.
attorneys for Mortgagee. oc 18-7w-Fri
OTATE OF IIMESOTACOUNT OF CniP-
kJ pewass District CourtTwelfth Judicial
District In the matter of the application of the Hactmgs &
Dakota llwav Company, for the appointment of
three commissioners to ascertain and determine
the compensation to be made by said company to
the owners of lands respectively, and to all tenants,
incumbrancers and others interested theiein for
the taking or injuriously affecting the same, by
reason of the laying out, constructing, operating
and maintaining the railroad of said company upon
and across such lands
To all whom it may concern
Take notice, that the report of the commissioners,
appointed by the said above named court, to ascer
tain and determine the compensation to be made to
the owner or owners of lands respectively, audto all
tenants, incumbrancers and others therein interested
in said Cuippewa county, and State of Minnesota, ap
propriated by the said Hastings & Dakota Railway
Company, for the uses and purposes of said com
pany, in laying the tiack of said railway and for
other purposes awarding damages to said owners
and claimants.has been hied by said railway company
with the clerk of said above na ned court, his
office, Alonhvedeo, in said county of Chippewa
before the date of this notice, to-wit. on the thirtiath'
day of October, A 1878.
Dated November 20th, A 1878.
Attorney for the Hastings & Dakota Railway Com-
Nouce to Creditors.
In the matter of the estate of Josephine M. Grancrer
otic is hereby given that the Judge of the Pro
bate! ouit of Ramsey county, has f,xed upon the
firt Monday of January, 1879, be ng the Mi
day of the month, and the Probate Office snid
ounty a* the tune ini ilace whn and where he
wiUieceive, hear and adjust all claims of all persons
against said de ea^ed, and that six months from and
after the date hereof have been Lmitetl as the rime
for creditors to present their claims against said estate.
Dated the eleventh day of October, 1818.
ROBERT M. BELL,
nol-5w-fti Administrator witb the will annex*!.
Mrs. O. Herwegen.
Berlin and Fans SxDs
and "W"orsted Embroideries.
BERGMAN'S ZEPHYR WORSTEDS i
Yarns, Canvas, Chenilles, Silks, Beads, Fringes,
Laces, Braids, and every article required for ein
roidery work, stamping, &c. Agency of "Domestic"
US WEbT THIRD STREET, ST. PAUL.
^__ 305-2mo TEAS.
Lug* assortment of
reatly Reduced :Pria.
Atlantic and Pacific
311-2 East Third Street, St. Paul.
Persons who desire can buy then: Teas in 3, 5,10
and 15 pound packages. 311-341
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Boot and Shoe Maker,
2TO. 9 WFST 1HIRD STREET,
Having purchased the entire business of Mr. J. A.
Hood, including all his measure books and private
lasts, will spare no pains to gi\e enbre satit-faction to
his patrons, and respectfully sohcits then- orders.
Mado to Order.
2 2 West Third Street, St. IPaiol
lMM^57 East Third Street.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF THOSB
71 EAST THIRD STREET.
Assessment for Grading SelDy Avenne,
OFFICE O THE BOARD OF PUBLIC WOEK S,
OITY O S PAUL MIJIN., Nov. 25, 1878.
The Board of Public Works in and forth
corporation of the citj St Paul Minn will
meet at then ofhee in said city at 12 a on the
6th day of December, A 1878, to make
an assessment of benefit*, costs and expenses
arising from the grading of Selby avenut fiom
Summit avenue to Western avenue, in said city,
on the property on the line of said Selbj ave
nue, between Summit avenue and Dale street,
andbenehred thereby, amounting in the aesre-J
gate to 904 09.
All persons interested are hereby notified to
be present at said time and place of making
said assessment and will beR hear'd iCE Resident.
Clerk Board of Fublic Works.
Re-assessment for 5tl Street Grading,
OFFICE BOABD OF PUBLIC WOBKS,
CITY OF S PAUL, ML\\ No 25, 1878
The Board of Public Works, in ard for the
corporation of the city of St Paul Minn will
meet at the*r office in said c.ty at 12 on the
Gh day of December, 1878, to make a re as
sessment of benents, costs and expenses arn-mff
from the partial grading of 5tli street from
Hoffman avenue to Maria a\ enue, in said citv
Lot 1, block M|Lyman Dayton's Addition.
re man Davton Addition.
Lot 2, blockc _.
Lot 3, block 18, Lyman Daj ton's Addition.
Lot 4, block 18 Ljman ijton \ddit on.
Lot 5, block 18 man Daj ton's Addition.
Lot G, block ^6, Lyman Daj ton Addition
and benefited thereby, amounting in the aggre
gate to $196 49
All persons interested are hereby notified to
be piesent at said time and plate of makine
said re-as^essment, and will be heard
Official 11 GOKVAN
Clerk Board of Public Works.
COAL, COKE & WOOD
General Office, 112 East Third fetreet, St Paul
Branch Office, 29 East Third Street, St. Paul. I
"triluting Docks at DnJnth and Milwaukee
zr -WS^T if-*
SATURDAY, NOV. 30, MOHDAY, DEC. 2
Positive change of programme each night. Patron
Bed by a bon ton olienteUe every wher*.
A.XD THE ORIG1SAX
BIG 4 ^3
SMITH, WALDROX, 3IORTOX& 3IARTIJT
Headed by the acknowledged Prince of Minstrelsy,
Occupying the same position in the Minstrel worlfl
that Edwin Booth does in the Dramatic, with a
COTERIE O S O ARTISTS
SCALE OF PRICES-35, 5* and 75 cents. Keserved
seat2s1obtainable three days inSad\ance box office
E (M!,S I \\LE
Corner Third and St. Peter Streets.
oa proirraHUM"?Snt besUftnetChange
B. F. TAYLOR
The popular Author and Lecturer, will open tha
course with a lecture on
"WHAT MADE HI DO ITP
Some ^Motive Powsrs,"
FMay Erai i. NUT, 29, at 8 o'dock,
OJPEKA. HOUSE I
Tickets to Parq jette ana Parqnetto Circle inclna
ii reber\ed seat, ~-,c, to Ures-s tire e, including re
served st at Mr The ix othce will he open for the
sale of tickets nriay morning at 0 o'clrck oi" 19
LCTION-PEKEMPlOia AIC1IOV SALE of
tw holism u,d ljtnanrta \aoiit'ut en De-
''ota street, two bloi^s of Gen Hetkei'a
V\ edi ehday mxt, 4ih, at 11 A on the I rem
ises, term* cai-h & I'e pofiiti\e as the mortgage is
foreclosed and equ t\ nearh exp red I i\e per ceut
flei obit OL dav of t-a e. Ihe lots are each oO feet
fiontandrunthrmgh to Otsego stieet. One house
lsatwo-Ptf^ frame with temo has nin rooms..SII
The other is a one htorly fi amo of fi\ room's Rent-
FAIRCH1ID *urijoreer "il"-^
&AI F-l w) I eize Urmiswick &. Baifee
LAEGEST STOCK IN THE KOJftTRAVEKF
All Solid Leather Goods!toand laht Shies' Onh
made. Largest and best stock ot^OVER&Hois
STBICTLY ONE-PRICE S07S-.
GltUBER'S 'TEL, St%en Con ers 813
SALL^e\cial i air of act, white and gray
labbitH, will be sold chean. Xi\ to John Uef
fort, 2'1 Jar! son tn et -no*
Rl "MlTwo \ery desnable smb-a of rooms,
furnished or unfurnished, at 28 bt Peter* street,
adjoining Windsor hotel. House contains all thj
modern (onvenientes, including bath rooms, closets,
hot and cold water, gas, &c The location IB UI
moat deuirable in the city. Ayply as above. 290
[\T AN TEDGood girl for general housework at
"SVt West Third street
AVTFDA cjujieiet* bcrvcnt girlGerman
i referred. Must come well recommended. Ap
ply a* this ortit
S&^O 0 0
KFNV ARD-Th is amount will be paid
tpO\J.\J\f lunecotery of the body of tne late
1 hat ler loi furthei 5.*Lrticuia- call on I
HEIMAN, 82EastThhdbtrcet 816
FBI MU ST TAILOR,
105 East Third Stroot
Fiie Merchant Tailer id Draper,
COR ST. PETER & MJSTU STS.
HATS AfcD CAPS.
The only exclusive
Hat and Can EstaDlis&ioeni in SI, Paul,
largest stock of Mtn's, Bojs' and Children's
Hats and dps in the city.
BEST GOOD S AT LOWEST PRICES.
Boys and Children's Hata a specialty, of oar own
J.0 trouble to show goods.
Rarrialey & Fran1r
OPPOSITE JOST OZFICE
LARGEST RETAIL SHOE HOUSE IN THE CITaudY-sses
Gents, Burt's Ladies',
10.59EastTiirdSt.t.aj.u,o St.Pad.T W W
A Magnificent Display of Holiday Goods.
DJ. MERRILL & ,35 East W Street.
You are cordially invited to call and inspect our stock.
DYER & HOWARD, 69 E. Third St.
I ^^i#^A&^l &i-
r "Vjr 'Hi'iiU'i mm