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Meeting it the Committee of Twenty-live
to Perfect Arrangements.
Tho committee of twenty-five, to make
arrangements for the reception of Charles
Stewart Parnell on the 2Gth inst., held a
meeting last night at the old court house.
There wa3 a full attendance, Hon. C. M.
McCarthy in the chair. The minutes of the
last meeting were read from tho Globe. Busi
ness was commenced by President McCarthy
announcing that he had placed himself in
communication with tho committeo in Chi
cago, having Mr. ParncH'a appointments in
charge, in regard to tho claims upon Air.
Parnell put forward by Minneapolis. The
assurance had been given him that Mr. Par
nell would speak ia St. Paul
on the -tHh iust. This was beyond
dispute, and thereupon Mr. McCarthy
read a dispatch from Messrs. Sullivan &
Forsyth, of Chicago, who stated positively
that Mr. Farnell would be in St. Paul and
not Minneapolis, on tho 26th. (Applause.)
Mr. McCarthy explained that at tho last
meeting, tho committee was instructed to
rent the Opera Hondo. Ha had been in-,
formed that for the night of the 26th, the
Opera House had been secured by John Dil
lon's theatrical combination. This left them
without a l'all, unless the House of Repre
sentatives could be obtained, for instance.
Mr. Hogan moved that a committee of live
bo appointed to hire a suitable hall.
StieriiT King suggested that John Dillon's
agent might be consulted, proper represen
tations bo made to him, and likely he'd Bee
a way to relinquish tho Opera House for the
night of the 26th inst.
Mr. Dillon O'Brien urged tho same pro
cedure and moved a committee of five ap
pointed to see about renting a hall, inquire
if Mr. John Dillon would release the Opera
Messrs. James King, Dillon O'Brien,
David Bailee, John Bell and Capt. O'Connor
were appointed hqcli a committee.
Mr. liogan moved that a sub-coiuniitteo
of live be appointed to select a oommittee on
reception trom the citizens of St. Pan! at
large. The chair appointed the following-
Messrs. M. J- O'Connor, M. Breen, M.
Goatello, John Kerwin and P. llogau. This
committee was instructed to prepare a pro
gmmiiit! for the reception in every pa ticu
lar, and to make report of same nest Mon
On motion of Capt. O'Connor the Gover
nor and all State officers; the mayor, com
mon council, and all city officers, the coun
ty officers, and tho president and members
of tho chamber of commerce wore invited to
participate in tho reception.
A committee on finance, on motion of Mr.
James Kennedy, was appointed, counting
of tho following: Messrs. M. Costello, David
Burke, P. Leo, P. E. Murphy and D. O'Hal
loran, end by unanimous vot6 Sheriff King
was added to the committee.
Mr. Dillon O'Brien suggested that tho
railroad authorities be visited to learn
whether they would allow excursion rates
over their lines on the day (L't'.th inst.) Mr.
Parnell spoke. la tho event that they did
allow 6uch. reduced rates, ho thought it ad
visable to extend au invitation to all Minne
sota to take part in the demonstration.
Accordingly Messrs. Dillon O'Brien and
C. M. McCarthy were instructed to Bee
tho railroad authorities, and gaining their
consent, the committee wero empowered
to publish an invitation in tho newspapers.
Before adjourning expression was given
to the belief that tho meeting of last
Wednesday at the Father Matthew hall was
misunderstood in its purport. It was merely
held to initiate some organized movement
looking to receiving Mr. Parnell, the assur
ance having come to St. Paul that be would
Bpcak here on the i.'(!th inst. The late hour
at which this notice was received limited tho
time and opportunity to givo a
very extended summons to the meet
ing. Furthermore tho erroneous impression
has become moro or less prevalent that tho
committee of twenty-five, appointed at tho
meeting in question on "Wednesday, was ap
pointed to take nil charge of the whole re
ception. On the contrary it would only
make arrangements, among other things, to
select from our prominent citizens a suitable
committee on reception, etc. The duties of
the committee of twenty- five are set forth in
their action in meeting as reported above.
On adjourning, the committee set next
Monday at 7::*0 o'olock for their next moat
The committee or sub- committee to select
a reception committeo and prepare a pro
gramme aro requested to meet at tho sheriff's
office at 3 r. m. to-day.
fill IS If I.ITURHAN CONFERENCE.
The Proceeding Yesterday -Services nt the
Opera House Ti:- Morrow.
The third days' session of the Swedish
Lutheran conference was opened yesterday
morning at '.) o'clock, with a sermon by Rev.
J. G. La^erstrom, of St. Peter.
At 10 o'clock the discussion on the ques
tion of home and foreign missionary work
was renewed and occupied tbo attention of
the delegates the entire morning session.
At tho afternoon session tho constitution
prepared for the college at St. Peter was
taken up, and aft<>r much disonssion a large
portion of it whs adopted. Tho sum of
$200 was reported as being received from
the collection taken at the meeting Thursday
for the benefit of St. Augustan, a theological
college and seminary at Rock Island, 111.
In the evening the church was filled to
overflowing, tho exercises consisting of ser
Rev. J. Fremliug, of Stockholm, Wia.,
discoursed for an Lour on tho text found' in
St. John xvii., 2, Rev. S. L. Lundquist, of
Kandiyolii. following with a short sermon,
taking as hi* text Revelations m, 21.
The session to-day will be devoted to bus
iness pertaining to the college at St. Teltr.
On Sunday services will bo held at the
( )pera llouse in tho moruiug and evening,
aud at tho Swedish Lutheran church in the
In tho morning at 10 o'clock Key. E. Ner
ilons, of Vasa, president of the Scandinavian
Lutheran Augnstnna synod, will deliver a
sermon, and in the evening at the game
place Revs. S. J. Kronbarg, Evansville, and
A. Wahlin, of Cannon Falls, will occupy the
Iv the afternoon at 2 o'clock Rev. P. Dilk
ner. of Atwater, will preach at tho Lutheran
Of the New and Kl«u>»nt Storo of I,lch-
tenaner & Eosel.
The above named firm will to-day open the
doors of their new and beautiful wholesale and
retail China. Glass and Crockery Warehjusc,
No. SO East Third street, and invite Hje pnblic
to inspect the most complete anS extensive
stock of goods in their lino ever exhibited in
this city. Their display of China and Crockery
Ware will meet the demands of the most fas
tidious iv style, quality and price, and their
superb assortment of richly decorated Imported
China, Dinner Services, Cut Glass Table Ware,
Majolica and Toilet Giassware, is surprisingly
fine. Lamps, Chandeliers, Fruit Dishes and
House Furnishing Goods, in immense variety.
This bouse makes Hotel China a specialty, and
the attention of hotel proprietors is particular
ly called to this fact. Their fine store is 110
feet long by twenty-five feet wide, three stories
in height, with a fine basement, and is replete
with every possible article in their line useful
to housekeepers, and we cannot do a greater
service than to invite all housekeepers and the
general public to visit this new and beautiful
establishment, at their earliest convenience.
CHILDRES'S CARRIAG ES.
Kteg.ant Assortment. Wholesale :m<l Re
At the 09 Cent Store.
Look out for the grand lunch at the Three
Bine Fronts, to-night, 62, G4, 66, Jackson street.
Go to the skating rink to-night. Grand mu
St. Valentino's day.
Miller Bios, state that it was at another
cigar store where Colignon purchased goods.
They sold him no goods whatever.
C. 8. Mitchell, Maggie Mitchell's advance
agent, arrived in the city yesterday, and took
up his quarters at tho Windsor hotel.
The case of W. J. Vanderpool, of Brainerd,
charged with bastardy by Mary Hildebrand,
will come up for hearing to-day before Judge
Tho through train on the St. Paul, Minneapo
lis & Manitoba road did not reach this city un
til 2 o'clock this morning, a heavy storm above
Fergus Fulls causing the delay.
The examination in the case of tho Stato vs.
Michael Daly aud Patrick Egan, charged with
causing the death of John W. Vorhees, will take
place before Judge James S. O'Brien at the
municipal court this morning at 10 o'clock.
The complaint made by W. H. Lindeke
against William Colignon, charging him with
obtaining money under false pretense?, was
witdrawn yesterday morning. It is reported
that Colignon, fearing further complaints, has
left the city.
The special board of thc'.board of public
works appointed on assessment for grading
Lafayette avenue held a meeting yesterday af
ternoon. After an informal discussion the
meeting adjourned to meet Monday morning
at '.' o'clock.
In the case of Charles Harnisb, charged with
keeping a house of ill fame at 46 West Fourth
street, the defendant's counsel, W. H. Mead,
appeared and asked fora trial by jury. The
court so ordered and the case was continued to
There was some little excitement yesterday
among the printers employed upon tho morn
ing papees owing to their having requested an
advance of pay. No decision, however, was
rearhed by either side, aud tho matter will be
definitely Fettled to-day.
John Kelly and Frank James, the two jail
birds who attempted to make off with a pair of
pants each from the store of Sattler Bro.'s
Thursday night, were before Judge Flint yes
terday morning. They plead guilty and were
sent to jail for sixty days each.
The February roster of troops stationed in
the Department ot Dakota, was issued from
General Terry's headquarters, yesterday. There
are no material changes reported, !is compared
with the January roster, a lengthy review of
which was given iv the Globe.
State Superintendent Burt has issued a circu
lar announcing a State Teachers' Instituto for
tho county of Fillmore, to begin at Preston,
March 15. at 2 p. si. and continue for two
weeks. County Superintendent Brady will
preside and will be assisted by three teachers,
to be designated by the State Superintendent.
The gross earnings of the St. Paul & Siaux
City railroad company last week were as fol
lows: From freiirht, 517,55 D; passengers,
*5,328; total, 824,881. The gross earnings of
the same lines tbe corresponding week of last
year were £4, 870 less on freight and (1,406
less on passengers, showing an increase of
39.4 per cent.
Yesterday George B. Scorf of Pipcstoue coun
ty was arranged before United States Commis
sioner Cordozo on the charge of Helling liquor
without payment of the special United States
tax. Tbe case was continued until to-day,
Scorf being held in §2UO. Scorf claims that all
liquors sold by him was on doctor's prescrip
tions, and therefore he's not liable.
On to-morrow evening, Itev. S. G. Smith, of
the First M. E. church, will commence a scries
of lectures on the books of the bible. The
opening lecture to-morrow night being, "Did
Moses Make Mistakes." It is presumed the
reverend gentleman will review Mr. lugersoll
and his published theory of tho "Mistakes of
Moses," and controvert points he makes.
Peter and Michael Schank, two of the pang
of llice street Arabs, were before Judge Flint
yesterday morning on a charge of stealing a
pair of overshoes from J. Stonge. The youths
plead "not guilty," but testimony was intro
duced to the effect that the boys were guilty
of numerous other depredations and a terror to
the neighborhood. They were sentenced to the
Gen. Johnson, who has been requested to re
ceive and forward contributions to the New
York Hinihl'.i Irish relief fund, yesterday re
ceived some liberal contribution*. He designs
to remit Mondays and Thursdays and will
make acknowledgement of contributions
through the city papers; an.i wishes those
who desire to givo through the Herald fund to
notice the days on which he will remit.
Yesterday afternoon James Molaraty, one of
the employes on tho St. Paul & Duluth road,
was arrested charged with stealing a coat and
vest from the Nicollet house, on Fourth street.
The clothincr was the property of Burt Carrier,
and was taken from his room on Wednesday
night during his absence. Molaraty e.iys ho
knew nothing about tbe clothes, but as he was
considerably under the influence of liquor, he
was locked up.
Mr. Gco. F. Morris, a former resident of this
city, and well known to many of our citizens,
died at Deadwood last week after a brief ill
ness. He had been engaged as amalgamator at
tha Westfall quartz mill in Spruce Gulch for
some time, but being taken seriously ill he
was conveyed to the Bisters' hospital, where he
died last Wednesday. Wit remains are now ni
route for Chicago, where his parents resir'e.
Yesterday Capt. Clark discovered tho pre -
ence of some very undesirable visitors in the
city. They were the notorious Larry King, a
murderous burglar and pickpocket of Chicago;
a companion named Sanger, of Denver. Col.,
anil another man who must be as bad, being in
King's company. Tbe trio were spotted about
half an honr after their arrival on the morning
train, and were immediately requested to exile
themselves, which they did by noon.
A smart little lad about S years old came
into police headquarters abont nightfall, yes
terday, and gave himself up as a lost child.
He gave his name as Frank Fields, and stated
that his father was called George Fields. He
with his parents arrived here last Monday from
New York. About noon yesterday he was sent
out on an errand, and the place being strange
to him, he lost his way. The youngster was re
stored to his folks later in the evening.
James Edwards, the assistant janitor at ths
U. 8. custom house, completed his fifteenth
years' service as a government employo yester
day. But he reckons in the fifteen years one
year and a half duty as teamster in the Con
federate army. In this latter capacity he wbb
present at the taking of Fort Pillow by Gen.
Forrest's command. A colored man himself and
an eyewitness to all the alleged atrocities of the
capture, he bears witness that the accounts of
murderous cruelty to the colored troops by sol
diers has been very much exaggerated.
Jußt after nightfall yesterday Officer McM;i
hon interrupted a rough and tumble Amazo
nian contest at the Seven Corners. Mrs. Hines,
the white relic of a dead darkey, and a Mrs.
Mann, the possessor of a white brother, whom
she alleges Mrs. Hines was attempting to al
lure, were the combatants. Mrs. Mann visited
Mrs. Hines to persuade her from trying "tho
widder dodge ' over her susceptible brother.
Mrs. Hines was in a condition not amenable to
reason from apparent indulgence in beer. Tho
women came to blows, which were stopped by
the officer, who conducted the females to the
Judge Nelson has in his possession a newspa
per of the date of 1709, published in Albany,
New York. It is quite a curiosity, and besides
a limited amount of news, has many adver
tisements. Among these latter arc two which
are a standing comment upon the increase of
army expenditures in these modern times; one
advertises for recruits for the artillery and en
gineer corps of the army. The inducements
held out are only for "native born Americans,"
and consist of an opportunity to acquire fame
and §5 per month. A lieutenant of the Twelfth
infantry also advertises for recruits, and bars
no nationality from obtaining tbe glory and
emoluments of a soldier's life.
A meeting of the committee on streets from
the common council was held last night. The
petition of Ann Gellatly for an abatement on
the assessment of her property, made for grad
ing Iglehart street, was referred to Aid. Bell
and the city attorney. The matter of a levee
in the Sixth ward was referred to the city at
torney and J. W. McClung from the chamber
of commerce. The city engineer was instructed
to prepare a map shewing the description of
the laud which would have to be condemned
for the levee. The communication of Mathias
lien, referred to the committee, asking per
mi«sion to erect a house at the end of the
bridge in the Sixth ward, the same to be con
nected with the bridge by a platform, was re
jected by the advice of the city engineer.
THE SAINT PAUL DAILY GLOBE, SATURDAY MOKNING, FEBRUARY 14, 1880.
WAR A3IOXG THE EDUCATORS.
An Open Letter from Prof. Clibh. 8. Bryant
to riots. Win. W. well and D. Bart—
The High School Board Voluntarily Sus
It has for some time been whispered about
the corridors and chambers of tho capitol
that all was not lovely and serene among the
professional and official educators of the
State. To say nothing of the grievances and
jealousies of the State University, the rup
turo in tho High School board is just now a
matter of interest. Tho board consists of
State Superintendent Burt and President
Folwell of the University, ex oflicio, and, by
appointment of the Governor, Chas. S.
Bryant, who is secretary of the board. At a
late meeting of the board Messrs. Burt and
Folwell, Mr. Bryant protesting, decided to
suspend ihe operations of the board, pend
ing an inquiry into its workings by a com
mittee appointed by the State Teachers' as
sociation. Mr. Bryant has sinco learned,
through unofficial sources, that Messrs. Burt
and Folwell have issued a circular announo
ing to high school officers and others inter
ested, the suspension of their board, and
holdingjthat the law creating the board, and,
not the opinions or feelings of its ex-oflicio
members, should be carried out, has written
the following letter for publication :
"To the Hon. Wm. W. Folwell, President of the
State University, and Hon. D. Curt, Superin
tendent of Public Instruction. ex-o£n-io mem
ben of tbc High Sc'iOol Board:
"Gentlemen : Your lato circular suspend
ing operations under the law for encourage
ment of higher education is not understood
in the State of Minnesota. That yon may
have the privilege of enlightening the public
as to tho position you occupy in relation to
education in this State, please, gentlemen,
answer the following questions as you may
see proper in your several positions:
"1. As tho High school board, havo you
any right, independent of all otber questions,
to suspend or nullify tho law for the encour
agement of higher education, and causa all
acts under said law to cease and determine?
"2. What right, if any, have you as anon
board, under the law, to make iis future acts
conditional upon tho report of an associa
tion not required by any law to make any
report in the premises?
"3. Can you even temporarily, without re
signing your offices, hinder, dissolve, sus
pend or defeat tho objects of a law created
by the State Legislature, without being lia
ble to removal for neglect of duty?
"4. Are you now willing to resign your
offices so that your places may be filled by
those who will be willing to act with another
member, appointed by the governor, desir
ous of carrying out the law according to the
letter end spirit?
"By answering these questions yon will do
your anxious friends and tho public gener
ally quite a favor.
Regretting much to be compelled, in con
sequence of your action suspending your
official functions, to reach you through an
open letter, I subscribe myself
Most respectfully youre,
Chas. S. Bryant,
Secretary High School Board."
L'xik out for the grand lunch at the Three
Blue Fronts, to-night, 62, 04, C 6, Jackson street.
John \V. Aiv-tandcr Wants $10,000 from
It will be remembered that Ihe local elec
tion last fall in Kandiyohi county was made
very acrimonious, Mr. H. Sanderson and
John W. Arctnnder being vigorous parties iv
the conflict. The disturbance or enmity be
tween these two was of an ear.
Her date than the late election, but
last fall each one gave the pnblic a benefit
in their individual exposition of tho other's
11. Sanderson was formerly county treas
urer, and was suddenly removed by Gover
nor Pillsbury, at tho instigation of Arc
tander, so claimed. When the election came
on, Sanderson was to the fore
as candidate for county treasurer:
Arctander sought the suffrages of
the people for county attorney. Though
each one aspired to a different oflice, Sander
son tried to defeat Arctander, and vice versa,
with all tbo means available. Aictaudei
found means available, through the columns
of tho Willmar liepublican-On
zdtc, in an extended review of
Sanderson's "raal-administration" of his
oflice. This letter or expose appeared Oc
tober I'd over Arctander's signature. On
the Oth of October Sanderson followed with
a reply. It was very vigorous in its rhetoric.
First bo addressed himself to refuting all
Arctander had said about him, and removing
his gloves, ho began and did handle Arctander
in a way not iuoulcated by the Sermon on
the Mount. Sanderson asked the question,
"who is this fellow who has attacked me?"
and proceeds to answer it.
Ho declares Arctander left Norway, his
native country, for his own and his coun
He got out of Chicago within two days,
for his own personal eafel y.
Then he charges him with being an in
citer to strife, that he is a swindle, that he
has procured witnesses to swear falsely, and
has backed their testimony up with perjury
of his own, etc.
In conclusion, he winds up by declaring
Arctander to be "the boss shyster of the
Northwest, and the monumental perjurer of
the l'.Hh century," all over Lis own signature
of H. Sanderson.
The election took placa, and Arctander
was defeated. How much Sanderson had to
do with the defeat dons not matter, but to
even up in some way, Arctander
has b3gnn suil for libel
and slander against Anderson, the above
being a synopsis of the complaint. Arctan
der acts as his own lawyer. Yesterday, Mr.
Sanderson visited this city and placed his
defense in the bands of Mr. S. L. Pierce.
Mr. Sanderson claims he can prove all- he
says, and that Mr. Arctander cannot recover
$10,000 or any part of it for uttering the
wholesome truth about so "unwholesome"
The City Treasurer's Accounts Correct.
As heretofore stated in the Globe, the
commissioners of tho interest and sinking
fund, together with the council committee on
ways and means, have been engaged in the
annual examination of the city treasurer's
vouchers, receipts, etc. The following is a
statement of vouchers, examined and de
stroyed, for the disbursement of city funds
daring the year 1879:
City bonds $ 4,134 00
City orders 309,615 05
Interest coupons 92,515 61
West St. Paul interest coupons 15 00
Voucher for interest refunded to
Ballon & Co 19 17
Voucher for interest paid Kountze
Bros 1 03
Fire department expense, vouchers SCJ 73
City scrip, fractional 05
Incidental expense vouchers 153 05
Vouchers of St. Paul banks for ex
change on remittances 241 25
Total 8407,264 03
Besides this, an examination of all books,
accounts, etc., were taken, and were pro
Grand Musical Carnival
at the skating rink to-night. A glorious time
may be expected, for the ice was never in finer
Mr. F. R. Witt, Cleveland, Ohio, rheumatism
in the leg. Cnred after three applications of
St. Jacobs Oil.
At the Skating Kink To-Night.
Full band, gorgeous Electric light, mßfrnifi
cent ice, and a grand lot of fun.
The auction sale of furniture, carpet*, etc.,
at Noe. 85 and 67 East Ninth street, that was
adjourned last Thursday, will come off next
Monday, 16th inst., without fail.
That Alleged Bobbery,
The case of James Ahem and Oliver Ma
son, charged by John Schneider with as
saulting and robbing him at Ahern's saloon
on Monday, w&s partly heard before Judge
Flint yesterday morning. Schneider testi
fied to being knocked down in tho saloon
and $15 in cash taken from hia hand. He
also identified Mason, the bartender, as the
man who drew a revolvor on him. Ollicer
Clouse testified to visiting the saloon on
Tuesday morning, and to tho admission
made by Mason that ho drew the revolver,
but only in fun. lie also saw on the iloor
several spots of blood. James Ahem being
sworn, said the man came to tbo s&loon
Monday evening and conducted himself in a
boisterous manner. After being told
several limes to keep quiet, ho
was put out, but without violence.
The blood spots which the officer saw
were caused by meat which he bad fed^to a
dog. A witness was sworn, who testified
that Sohnieder told him, after being put out,
that he had no money to be robbed of. The
court thought there should be more evidonce
in the case, and the examination was con
tinued to Monday morning. Ahem was re
leased on his own recognizance, and Mason,
iv default of $100 bail, was committed.
Wai. Piattc, New York, is at the Clarendon.
David Chester, of Chicago, at the Clarendon.
J. N. Taylor, of. Springfield, 13 at tho Claren
J. W. Hunter, of JJisinarck, is stopping at
Frank B. Howcll and L. W. Walber, Amster
dam, were registered at tbo Merchants ycHter
A serious accident to A. D. Uoe, who is well
known in St. Paul, is recorded in onr Still
Hon. Albert Seheffer and Secretary of State
Yon Baumbach left for Milwaukee on Thurs
day evening on a brief visit.
lion. Chirk W. Thompson, of Wells, F:iri-
Imult county, in in the city for a short stay,
stopping at tbe Metropolitan.
Alderman Bobie, Ottawa; John G. and George
Moore, Bellville; represented the Dominion ol'
Canada at the Merchauts yesterday.
M. T. Dill, Presoott; William W. Payno,
Nutthfield; C. M. McCluer, Stillwater; aud F.
U. Stertctt, lied Wing; vie at tho Merchants.
Mr. Jake B. Murray, advance agent of tho
John Dillon combination, was in the city yes
terday setting up the pins for a series of big
houses. The dates selected are the 26th, 27th.
aud 2Sth of the present month.
Look out for the grand lunch at the Three
Bine Fronts, to-night, C 2, 61, G6, Jackflon street.
CoL I'riucts l>e«-iii:-.-».
St. Paul, Minn., Ft b. 12, 1880.— X. 0.
Judson, Esq., Dear Sir : I have the honor
to acknowledge the receipt of your commu
nication notifying me of my election to the
presidency of your society for the ensning
year. While I fee! grateful for tho com
pliment, I am compelled, in consequence) of
my many business engagements, reluctantly
to decline to act in the capacity assigned ni9.
I feel a deep interest in the association, and
will gladly do i.ll in my powt-r individually to
insure its sneaess. Very truly yonrs,
John S. Pjuncj:.
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Don't forget, if you want Valentines and ii'so
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got 'em, 20 West Thiid street.
P. T. Kavanagh, auctioneer, will sell all the
household goods, at Nos. S5 and 87 East Ninth
street, next Monday. Sale positive.
Heed's Gilt Edge Tonic is an unfailing remedy
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Dr. D'Unger, discoverer of tho ciuchona cure
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Palmer house, Chicago, 111.
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fordl»orderiof the stomach, torpidity of the liver,
Indigestion and disturbances of the animal forces
which debilitate. It has no equivalent, and can have
no substitute, It should not be confounded with the
triturated compounds of cheap spirits and essential
oil*, often sold under the name of Bitters.
FOB PALE BY .
DBCGOIBTS,' GROCERS lASD WIJfK
KG jb c H A3t T S ET«nrfcere.\
FIVE CENTS A BINE
Tie GLOBE "fait" and Employ
Advertisements In this column are published
at five oents a line each insertion, but in
order to prove the efficiency of the GLOBE as
an advertising medium, and also to aid the
unemployed, we will publish for twenty-five
cents, a three-line advertisement, of Situa
tions Wanted and Situations Offered, and con
tinue the advertisement until the object sought
for is accomplished. For twenty-five cents,
the man out of work can advertise for a situa
tion until he finds one.
Each lire over the throe, to cost five cents
uer line each insertion.
lABGE AUCTION SALE OF HOUSEHOLD
J FURNITURE, CARPETS, BEDDING,
STOVES, &c, &c— l will soil at public auction on
Monday, February lfith, beginning at 9:30 a. m,
all the household goods in the double house Nos. 85
aud 87 East Ninth street, consisting of bedroom
furniture in cha 1 ber suits, a largo and choicM lot of
good bedding, pillows, iv.tttrasses, coal and wood
stoves, English body Brussels carpets), tapestry and
ingrain carpets, chairs, tables, ewer and basins,
dining room and kitchen furniture ; a largo lot of
crockery ware, &c, &c. There are 18 rooms well
furnished with furniture and carpets, quite suitable
for genteel housekeeping, and parties in search of
house-furnishing goods had better attend this large
sale. Goods can be seen on the afternoons of Tues
day and Wednesday previous to the day of sale.
P. T. KAVANAGH,
45-47 Commission Auctioneer, 33 East Third street.
WANTED-Cash boys. App'y at Esterley &
Heinemann's, 103 and 103 Seventh street, cor
ner of Jackson. 14-4G
TyANTED— Experienced laundry help wanted at
' ' CO. D. Laundry. 88 East Third street, (up
stairs.) ALBERTSON BROS., Props 30*
A COMPETENT DRAUGHTSMAN deeireß em
ployment for part of afternoons and evenings.
Address M., Globe office. 32"
TJCTSINESS CHANCE— To hardware, merchants.
1) The undersigned, having a good set of tools,
with 15 years' experience in the stove and tin busi
ness, wishes an engagement. Address G. E. SMITH,
Fargo, Dakota. 17*
"EXPERIENCED dining room girls, chambermaids
_Ei and all other hotel help can always secure good
situations by calling at Hotel Reporter Employment
Bureau, 68 East Third street. 27*
WANTED- German girl. Good w.-ges. Apply
at 01 Wabashaw street, upstairs. •£!*
WANTED— A competent girl. German preferred:
219 East Sixth street. > 20$
WANTED— A girl to cook, wash and iron. Ger
man, Swedo or Norwegian preferred. No in
competent girl need apply, at 103 Summit aye. 18*
WANTED — competent girl for general house
work. Apply at SO DoSoto street. 6*
SITUATIOHS WANTED— MaIes,
WANTED— By a young man recently from the
l" East. ncKition in grocery store.. Not afraid of
work. Good references. J. K. this oflice. 41*
WANTED— A job printer, of twenty years' expe
rience, would like steady employment in an
office— city or country— where there is r-louty of
work, fair wages and prompt pay.
il* W. It. MUMBY, Crosco, la.
WANTED — Situation by a young man (German,)
to rive private team and make himself gen
erally useful. Best of references. Address A. 11 .
this office. 35. .
WANTED— By an experienced young man, as tin
smith, a place to work at his trade Beat of
references. Address R. M.. this office. 35-
A YOUNG MAN, 25, desires employment of any
kind; is a good penman and intelligent. A No.
1 reference. Address ACTIVE, this oflice. 35
4 PRINTER of four years' experience desires a
i"v permanent position in some country office.
Address "Print," Glove office. 34*
A GRADUATE of a law school desires a position
as clerk in some office in Minneapolis or St.
Paul. Address "Law," Globe office. 31*
WANTED— A young scan with 0110 year's experi
ence desires a position in wholesale house.
Good references. Address W. ]!„ this office. 32"
WANTED Place by yoniiK man (Swede/) to take
> > caro of horse and work about house, fur small
wages, or would work for board and go to school.
Enquire at 257 East Fifth street. 32-
WANTED— A young Scotchman wishes to find
employment ; has good general knowledge of
business, especially manufacturing. Can furnish
good references. Address T., this office. 24*
WANTED— A position in a retail grocery house,
to learn the business. City or country Ad
dress, GROCERY, til s office. 22 1
A SITUATION as harness maker, light or heavy,
**- by a good workman. References given. JAMES
TEGAKT, No. 193 East Seventh street, corner Sev
enth and Broadway, St. Paul. 17*
COOK— Meat and pastry— Wanted by a first-class
J man a situation as above in hotel or restaurant.
Good references. Address C. W., P. O. Fargo. D T
WANTED— By a capable young mail, any kind of
TT in-door employment, or light out-door. Em
ployment more object than wages. References.
302- Address, IT., this office.
WANTED— By a young man— Placo to do chores
for board and attend school : good recom
mendations. Address, U. V., this office. 14*
WANTED— Employment as druggist, assistant of
traveler, by a graduate of pharmacy, 6 years
in prescription trade. Best of recommendations.
H* ' Box IK?, Hnkah. Minn.
eiTUATION WANTED— By a young man ( Swede)
VJV J in grocery store, or to learn dry Rood biisinesH.
References given and required. Address Charles,
this office. 7*
WANTED — A position as housekeeper ; no ob
jection to going to country. Best of refer
ences. Address HOUSEKEEPER, 624 i:iiu avenue
fonth, Minneapolis", Minn. 31-
WANTED— By an American lady, a position as
working housekeeper. Understands all kinds
of Cooking. Address, 0.- A. LATHAM, this office.
TO RENT— Rooms.
MUKNIHHED r<;ouiß to rent, No. 120 West Fifth
J} street. 34*
FOR RENT— Several very nice rooms in tho Mc-
I; Quillan li'ock, corner of Wabashaw and Third
streets. Suitable for offices or sleeping rooms. In
quire of MEAD t: THOMPSON, in tbo building.
FOR KENT— With or without furniture, lioueo of
five rooms, en Bannl street. Apply to John
FOR RENT — Boerding house. Best location in
city, 85 end 87 East Ninth street. Enquire of
Williams & Davidson, McQuillan's block. 11*
REAL ESTATK-ln tne City
T7IOR SALE— Lot and house on Wabaehaw street,
JD corner College avenue. Ditto, Third street,
next Robinson's drag store. Bargains.
41* ' D. A. ROnERTSOV.
RIAL ESTATJi BABQAIMS— Cheapeit t* St.
• Lot 3, block 5, Rice & Irvine— cheap.
Kinete»n acres— Tea acre* cultivated. North %
SW. H BW. H 800. 17, T. 29, R. 33; three miles from
brides; dwelling, barn and wall One-half acre cur
rant», seventy-fire apple trees, strawberry beds, etc.,
•to. $2,200 cash. Cheapest property In the market.
Apply to 030AB STEr.£«NSON, S3 Wabai-haw
DA. ROBERTSON, No. 7 McQuillan Block, sells
• real estate on commission and negotiates
mortgage loans on city or suburban property. 32*
*" fid BUILDING LOTS in various parts of the
O\J' * city, small figures and easy terms of pay
ment, to suit purchasers. D. A. ROBER'ISON. 32-
FOR SALE — A pleasant and convenient hocso of
ten large rooms. Apply to Win. J. Hleppy, at
Stees Bro."s, 51 East Third street. 23
T7IIRST-CLASS BUILDING SITES for gale by D.
J} A. ROBERTSON, McQuillan Block. 32-
FOB SALE. '
FOR SALE— Cheap— Oce rool table, at No. 24
West Third street. 44-50
HORSES FOR SALE at Judd's Stable, 18 West
XI Fourth street. Twenty head of horpea and
mares, heavy and light. Just arrived.
39-45 CHAS. BROWN.
V-EWSPAPER OPENING— A good newspaper aid
iV job office, located la a flourish Minneeoti
town, for sale or lease for a term of years. Apply to
H P. HALL, Globe office. " 82"
\ TINISTER3, lawyers, teachers, and others whose
ill. occupation gives but little exercise, should use
Dr. E. B. Halliday's Blood Purifier. It cures consti
p i tion, it softens the skin where it is inclined to Halt
Rheum, it acts as a tonic, tones up the system, gives
appetite, and acts directly on the liver, kidneys and
urinary organs, the seat of all diseases. »Try it, and
1 you will pc surprised at the result. . lat-iun-wkfcpot
FIVE CENTS A lIjE
Cass Co. , D7T~Farmlng Laias for Sale.
All of section 28, In town 140, range 51, 640 acres.
This aplendid property immediately adjoius the
celebrated "Dairymple farm." Pries $H,OOO, on easy
terms. MORTON, DORAN & CO., Bt. Paul. 312
All of lection 8, all of aeotlon S, and south half
and north-east quarter of section IT, all in town
ship 137, range 63 west, containing 1,760
acres of choice wheat land. Price $5 per
acre, in not less than 160 acre tracts. Address or ap
ply to MOKTON, DORAN li CO. 312
The south half of section 34, township 139, range
51, containing 820 acres of choice wheat laud, and
distant from N. P. railroad only five miles. Price
low and terms oasy. Apply to or address
312 MORTON, DORAN St CO.
The southwest quarter of section 6, In townbhip
138, range 52, containing 160 acre*. Distant from
Northern Pacific mil road about seven miles. Choice
wheat land. Price low and terms easy. Addrsss or
apply to MORTON, DORAN & CO. 312
The southwest quarter of section 20, in township
141, range 60 west, containing ICO acres. Situated
eight miles immediately north of Mapleton. Supe
rior wheat land. Price low and terras easy. Address
or apply to MORTON, DORAN & CO. 312
Ramsey ConntUawls for Sale.
That desirable piece, of property formerly known
as the' "Hopkins place," later as "Shield's addition
to Roseville," west of the Driving Park, on Melrose
avenue, containing 75% acres. This valuable proper
ty is adjacent to the "Hamline University," lies
beautifully, and will be sold at a great bargain, and
upon terms to suit the purchaser.
312 MORTON, DORAN «• CO., St. Paul.
That splendid piece of property upon which la lo
cated the Obßorvatory, in Reserve township, between
the cities of St. Paul and Minneapolis. Price low
and terms easy. Address or apply to
312 MORTON, DOHAN & CO.
To Canitalislnni Inyestors.
LAKE VADNAIS PARK.— magnificent prop
erty is situated just 6% miles north of the Metro
politan hotel, on one of the most beautiful lakes in
the State. The property belongs to a partnership
recently dissolved by the death of one of the part
ners, and is offered by us at less than fifty per cent,
of its value. There aro about 600 acres in the tract,
with three-quarters of a mile front upon the lake.
For picturesque scenery and beautiful surroundings,
this property is not surpassed in the State. Its ac
cessibility to St. Paul (only half an hour's drive)
commends it as infinitely superior &a a summer re
sort to any other in Ramsey county. For full par
ticulars, address or apply to
31-2 MORTON, DORAN & CO., St. Paul.
/CLOTHES WRINGERS— Save your o'.d wringers
\J and have new rollers put on, by leaving them at
the St. Paul Rubber Store, 42 E. ThirdJSt; 30* m
PAINTING— P. F. FITZaiBBON. hOBM and
I tien pttntlaK Mo. 187 Jackson itr»«t M
\ LBERTSON'B O. O. D LAUNDRY, 88 E. Third
r\ itreaL Good* called far »nd delivered. 239-of)
HENRY C. CROSS, G2 Broadway, N. V., broker in
flrst-c!as* privileges only, refers to Russell
Bage, Esi., T. B. Wallace & Co., L. Horton 4 Co.,
Karvoy Kennedy. Esq.* Alex. Taylor Sous, W. S.
Guiuee, Jr., & Co., and many other flrat-cl&sa
houses and ruembera of the New York Stock Ex
ohiinife generally. 331-tn * 2JI-sat
No, lflW.TM_Str_eet J St. Paul. ]
I respectfully invite the attention of ladles and
seutleiren to my largß, most complete and elegant
stock of now Mimqaorade Costumes, for lialls,
Parties, Theatrical Performances, Old Folks Con
cert-, Tableaux &c. P. J. GIESEN,
Masks at Wholesale.
Cuuiitrv owiies lend for list and nrlcss. 320-51
St. Louis, Mo.,
ISAAC (M, President
l!avo established branch
68 E. Third St.,
Where the Trade of Min
nesota can obtain the
Lowest Quotations foi
their jiMly celebrated
be addressed to
P. O. Box, HUD,
»t. IMUI, - MISS.
Orders Folicitcd aud
filled from the factory a!
St . Louis, at lowest rate.
WOOD CARPET AND INLAID *' LOOKS!
For Halls, Parlors, Dining Rooms, Kitchens, Bsth
Booms, Offices, etc.
Samples can bo seen and full particulars obtained
by calling on or addressing J. JK'NFEK, 100 Wash
ington street, Chicago. 35-103-tu-lhu-£at
fcrnlxbad on Short SToSm,
A-t Reasonable Hates.
Estimates Given. Correspond
ence with County Officials, and
Business Men Generally, is Solici
ted, and will Receive Prompt At
ST. PAUL OLOBF
la UinnMou. All klndf *t
Gold Frames Made to Order.
Old fr&mM re-f and repaired M food M «n, ■
.'• very low prlc«f .
*« WJSOT TBIHD STREET, ST. PAUL
AM trtei by «wapro»pU7 UUadtd to. HUll
We havo a good Steinway Piano, of small size but
in first rate order, and good for years of service,
which we will soli at above bargain.
Also a few Second Hand organs, loft over from
last year's stock, which wo aro closing out cheap.
$30, $40, $.50, $00 and $75.
DYEIt & HOWARD,
69 E. Third Street, St. fail.
An Elegant Assortment of
Handsomely Bound Books,
Weber, Haines Bros.,
WESTERN COTTAGE ORGANS,
SUITABLE TOR HOLIDAY PRESENTS, AT
R C. MUNGBE'S
71 JCast Third Street.
WILL NOT FREEZE.
Famishes your Boilers with
hot WATEE !
Will net freeze, and iB always ready for use. Better
than any pump. For sale by
Fairbanks, Morse & Co.,
40 K. THIRD STREET, ST. PAUL.
SHOE 4 SLIPPER AGENCY I
.17 &A.IT THIRD STREET.
ST. PAUL FOUNDRY
Stationary Engine?, l|ri<r!it Engines^
Portable Engines, Hoisting Engines,
and Farei Engines,
That will burn cither coal, wood or straw. Car
Wheels, Railroad Castings, Iron work for buildings,
and all other kinds of castings.
P. O. Box 2675. Works— Eastern terminus Street
Railway. ,— W. R MERRIAM, President.
Manager— O. N. PARKER.
Secretary and Treas.— W. TOPPING. 3fi9-C8
GIVEN UPON TILE
By MISS LAUKA W. HALT, No. 61 Douglass St.,
Terms, - - - SiO.OO for 20
Reference to parents and pupils where shr has
taught, and also, b» penriaßon, to PBOF, 11. S.
SAKONI and REV. M. McO. DANA. D. D.
Also the authorized agent in St. Pad for BRAIIv-
ARD'S MUSICAL WOULD; subscription price $I.MI
per annum. 4
WASHINGTON _STEA|_JN_G!NE WORKS !
nisjpjsw & BURNS,
STATIONARY, PORTABLE and MARINE
Boilers, Flour and Saw Mill Machinery, \Trunj:h:
Iron Pipes and Fittings, Iron and Brian Cart
lngi, Engine Trimmings and Iron
Building Work of all descriptions.
No. ISO E. Fifth Street, St. Paul, Mum
Special Attention Given to Repair Work.
Griggs, Johnson 4 Rhodes,
COAL & WOOD.
Real Estate Agents
and Mortgage Broker
29 East Tbiri Street, - - St, Paul.
t7"Gre&t Redaction in I'rioos of Coal.
Farms lor Sale 1
160 acres In Jacfeson county, Minnesota.
160 acroa In Meeker county, Minnesota.
110 acres in Isantl county, Minnesota.
80 acres in Todd county, Mlnnosota.
40 acres In Douglas county, Minnesota.
80 acres In Houston county, Minnesota.
The above Is all choice farming lands, which we
will sell at law price for cash, or part cash and bal
ance on time with approved security. For descrip
tion of lands and farther particular*, address 8T
PAUL HAIiYESTEB WORKS, St. Paul, Mina.
Mil. JOIIXC. SHAW, lata 61 Do liar's and Loo
Hudson's troupe*;, will beplcarcd to ass-tat ladies aud
gentlemen in placing dramatic pieces on the stage or
in private circles. He will also rcceivo I'ttpils in
ELOCUTION AND HTAOE HU-INEHSat hiß rr*<i
dime*. No. H7 East Eighth wtrret. Rt. Paul 3.Vi«
ZEPHYR WORSTED GOODS.
Mrs. O. Herwegen,
ZEPHYR & WORSTED GOODS.
it X: »(.T THIRD HTHKKT. XT. PAll
pi Ann WEEKLY fIJAA
MINER PuRTEK, Proprietor,
MANKATO, - - MINN.
Kates, $::.00 Per Day.
This is a new brick house, newly and elegantly
furnished throughout, with accommodations second
to ng tel In the State. Good sample roe mi. is