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OFFICE—Xo. 0 Washington Avenue, opposite
Nicollet house. Offlce hours from t5 a. ra. to 10
o'clock p. ra.
The P. P. paragrapher displays hi3 wont
ed inconsistency in arraigning ex-Mayor
Ames because certain saloon keepers who
happen to be the pets of that sheet were oust
ed for violating the Sunday ordinance. In
order to make out a plausible case, it, as a
matter of course, lies and maligns certain
other saloon keepers who did not violate the
Fok vile blackguardism the Journal has
been-rightfully accorded the first premium.
The banks were closed yesterday.
The real estate transfers liled yesterday ag
The lumbermen are arriving daily from the
pineries In great numbers.
Geo. N. Morgan l Jo-t G. A. R. held a reg
ular meeting he t evening.
The Parker Gun club met last night and j
arranged for coining sports.
Hi vision No. '.I, A. O. IL, will meet on
Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Aldermanic candidates in the Fifth ward
are as thick as Hies in summertime.
There are now upwards of $15,000 worth
of books in the .Minneapolis iaw library.
Complaints are made of depredations of
clothes line thieves nearthe state university.
Granite blocks are being delivered for
paving Second street aud Second avenue
The usual Good Fridav services were held
in the Episcopal and Catholic churches yes
Work in i xcavating for the new Harmonia
hall, on South Third street, is progressing
Thc GLOBE is authentically informed tiiat
mo tof the old police officers will be re
The teachers of the public schools will
meet tit the high school building this
John Murphy, an east side blacksmith, suf
fers a crushed right hand. A portion of the
member has been amputated.
The funeral of George Bugbce will occur
from the family residence, 1,209 First avenue
north, on Sunday ut 2 p. m.
Tbc lioar.i of water commissioners will
hold an adjourned session this evening, at
whicn Mayo:- Pillsbury will preside.
Mayor Pillsbury states that all police ap
pointments will be ready for confirmation at
thc next meeting of the city council.
<>'.-.r of Peck's bad boys, named Robert
Simpson, was Bent to the Reform school yes
terday by Iiis honor of the municipal court.
The work in excavating South Washington
avenue preparatory to the viaduct under tin
railway crossing is progressing quite rapidly.
The new board of bank commissioners
will meet this afternoon and eli'ect an or
ganization and prepare for the year's work.
John .McKinney will be given an examina
tion to-day upon the charge of entering the
residence of S. J. Barlow and stealing boots,
Applications have been, received at depart
ment headquarters lor Grand Army of the
Republic posts at Pelicrm Rapids and Lin
The municipal court only held a forenoon
session yesterday, owing to its being Good
Friday. The criminal business alone was
Mr. Boynton's young people's class of the
cliurch of the Redeemer held a pleasant social
Ittst evening, at the resilience of A. Paris,
No. 104 Royalston avenue.
In the case of Cora A. Garvana against
the city and Lowe Emerson for S25.000, the
jury on Thursday night returned a sealed
Verdict, giving the plaintiff $'2,000.
Licenses to wed were issued yesterday to
John Gogolya and Mary Herring, Peder
Johnson and Martha Johnson, Henry J.
Gelugctens and Florence CardicivellL
The National Rifles of Washington, two
companies of tweuty each, will be at Lake
Minnetonka for one week, commencing
June ,12, aud will be quartered at Hotel La
A drunken man was arrested last night for
breaking into Goodnow & Hawley's lumber
office aud-stealinga rubber coat and a pair
oi shoes, lie was too •firuuk to give his
Fred. Archibald, a grocery clerk, took an
overdose i>l aconite to relieve a cold. He was
quite ne a- passing in bis clucks, aud would
have done so had not a physician come to
Yesterday morning. Johnny, thc ten year
old son of A. C Joulon, recent managing
editor of the Tribune* now manager of the
Fargo Republican, lUed at the residence of his
grandmother in Exeelsior.
Thc "market garde aers will meet at the eity
market to-day for tho purpose of settling the
cmbroglio over the disposition of stands. The
new ordinance is now in vogue and it is not
probable that farther difficulty will be ex
The larger children of the Sheltering Arms
will be present at the Easter celebration of
the Sunday school of St. Mark's church, to
morrow. On Monday ajfestivalwill be given
them at tlieir home,
H. L. Johnson reports that burglars at
tempted to enter his residence at No. 1420
South Ninth street, by removing a huge
pane of glass. Fortunately they were fright
ed away before they had gained entrance.
The JSiws Letter facetiously stated that Ed
A. Stevens would have much to say respect
ing the present administration, and now.
Ed.'6 domicile is bombarded daily by a clam
orous lot of office seekers, who wink and say:
4iGet me on the nolice force and I'll make it
A decision was liled yesterday in the case
of Julius Hennins: against C. C. Zeigler and
William Chandler, the plaintiff getting a
judgment in the sum of $140.15 against
Zeigler for labor performed on a brick build
ing belonging to Chandler, of which Zeigler
was tiie contractor.
Four burglars broke into the residence of
John Orth, Jr., on the East side early yester
t day morning. Mr. Orth was awakened and
lie confronted the maraude rs with a revolver,
when they scampered for the street. Mr.
Orth sent four bullets after them without ap- I
parent effect. They stole nothing.
Dr. Waterhouse, of Michigan, has organiz
ed a hospital at Minneapolis on thc member
ship plan. Each member purchases a ticket
which entitles him to all thc, benefits of the
institution, including medical treatment,
of nursing in case of sickness, free of all
further exp-jnses for a period of one year.
It is a system now in successful operation in
John Doulin, a brakcm an employed on
the Manitoba road, caugltt his foot in a
"frog'' last Thursday night and before he
could extricate it, the cat/s which he was
about coupling came together and two
wheels passed over the-foot crushing it so
badly as to need amputation. The injured
man was vesterday removed to his home in
WeBt St I'aul.
Males, Simpson and Walters, the three
lads arrested ou Wednesday upon the charge
of stealing a quantity of blankets, old har
ness and tbe like, were arraigned in the mu
nicipal court yesterdav. .Males' and Walters
waived an examination and were held to the
grand jury, and in default of bonds in $700
were committed. AnoOe pros, was entered
in the case of Simpson.
The Republican caucus iii the Fifth ward
will be held at the various precincts on Mon
day evening to select delegates to the ward
convention which will be held on Tuesday at
No. 1 engine home, to nominate a candidate
for alderman to take the place recently occu
pied iu the city council by Mayor Pillsbury.
The delegations are appointed as follows:
First precinct, seven delegates; Second pre
cinct, eight delegates; Third precinct, six
delegates, aud Fourth precinct six delegates.
Friends of the College hospital who have
flowers, fruit, reading matter, etc., for distri
bution to the inmates of the institution, will
kindly leave the same this morning at the
Glass Block store, corner of Nicollet and
Sixth street, where they will be called for by
a committee from the flower and fruit mis
sion. Articles from the east side can be
sent directly to the hospital.
At the meeting ofthe lumbermen, held in
the office of Nelson, Tenny & Co., a com
mittee consisting of Messrs. O. C. Merrimau,
Johu De Laittre, James A. Lovejoy, B. F.
Nelson and H. F. Brown was appointed to
secure a place for the meeting, arrange for
a banquet and to otherwise prepare for the
meeting. The general interests of the trade,
prices, prospects, etc., were discussed in
formally, but no action was taken.
John Wiggins an employe at Anderson
& Johnson's planing mill, corner of Four
teenth avenue north and First street, had his
left arm from the elbow amputated by a saw
while at work yesterday evening. He has (
been married for six months and resides on
Twenty-fourth avenue north, between Wash
ington and Second Btreet Alter the acci
dent he was removed to the College hospital
CoL Pat. Donan was in tbe city yesterday.
D. Morrison aud wife are home from the
Clinton Morrison left last evening for St.
O. T. Tuttle returned yesterday from
Mrs. Geo. R. Newell and son returned yes
terday from the south.
Judge Mahoney returned yesterday from a
week's visit to Grand Forks, D. T.
Miss Lizzie Barlow, daughter of the at
torney general of Wisconsin, is visiting in
C. P. McClure, St. Cloud, and Alex. Al-
Iardyce, Crookston, were at the Nicollet yes
At the last mass meeting of the Mechanic's
institute a constitution was adopted aud tem
porary ollicers were elected.
II. L. Hunter and R. J. Ward, Fargo, E. R.
Shepherd, Northfield, and J. A. Gregory,
Monis, were yesterday registered at the
Tiie Business Transacted Ity the Board Yes
An adjourned meeting of thc board of
county com mission rs was held yesterday
with all the members present.
Com. Schaefer from thc committee to
whom was referred the several proposals for
steam healing apparatus for the poor farm
reported thai the Haxtum Steam Heating
company was the lowest bidders, aud the
proposal was accepted and the contract
awarded that company. The bond of the
Nicollet National bank for the deposit of the
county funds was approved.
On motion the following names were
placed on the list for grand jurors for the
(). C. Merrimau, Alvin Stone, Hugh But
ler. Seymour Van Cleve, G Menzel, Charles
Ripley, William Mollitt, Henry C Butler, E B
Moulton, CM Cushman, Isaac Fawcett, E T
Svkes, Gearge II Pumphrey, George R New
ell, W W Huntington, A R Miller,' C W rn
gerson, Oliver Dennis, II M Vroonntn aud
The names of the following persons were
place.1 on the list of petit jurors for 1SS4: C
K Leonard, Stephen Rogerson, W C Rose,
Mat Bredimus, Robert Ervin, C C Hund, E
M Titterud, Edwin Grosbeek, Albion Brad
bury, John Oxborough, James Bull,
James Garvev, C A Sutton, W D Tan
ner, K W Wing, M C Bell, A J Craig,
C F Crossman, F G Pierson, J J -Gitchell,
Bernard Hunt, F J Waterhouse, C W Davi
son, Samuel H Joy, W P Brown, Adolph
Weideubach, P G Godley, Fred Eidam, Her
bert Newman and August Steinke.
The petition of Johu Anderson and others
for the location of a higway was received and
referred to a commitec of three, consisting
of Messrs Cbown, Gilman and Roberts, who
will meet at the house of Wm. Hoagland, in
the town of Minnetonka, on Friday, the lSth
of April, at 10 o'clock a. in. to view the
highway proposed to be located.
The applications of J. A. Modisette, W, II.
Tice and Andrew Holt, for abatemeuls in
taxes, were granted.
Ou motion the board then adjourned.
Mi 11 in ij Co 111 /hi n ies.
The "Bald Mountain Mining company"
filed its article of incorporation and by-laws
yesterday. The capital stock is set at *:.',
500.000, consisting of 100,000 shares of $25
eaeh. The following are the names of the
incorporators: Robert S. Innes, Roderick
D. Russell, (Jcorge B. Kirkbride, Samuel P.
Snider, all of Minneapolis, and Thomas G.
Merrill, of Helena, Montana territory.
The principal oilice of the company shall
be located in this city.
* The Consolidated Clancy Creek Mining
company tiled its articles of association in
the register's office yesterday. The incorpo
rators are Samuel II. Baker, W. II. Eastman,
Samuel P. Snider, of Minneapolis, Andrew
J. Wampler, of St. Paul, and Thos. G. Mer
rill, of Helena, Montana. The amount of
capital stock shall be $2,500,000, divided iu
to 1,000,000 shares of $25 eaeh. The princi
pal office shall be iu Minneapolis.
Articles of incorporation were filed yester
day by the Crown Point Minim; com pany, thc
incorporators being Robert S. Junes, Alex. J.
Trimble, Samuel P. Snider, of Minneapolis,
and Thos. G. Merrill, of Helena, Montana.
The captal stock is placed at $2,500,000, and
and Uie number at 100,000 of $25 each.
Thc receipts and shipments at and from Minne
apolis yesterday were as follows:
Receipts—Flour, 130 bbls; wheat, 198 cars;
corn, 1,800 bus.; oats, 800 bu.; millstuff, 12 tons;
hay, 84 tons; lumber, 100,000 feet; coal, .317
tons: barrel stock, 1(5 cars. Total, 487 cars.
SuirjiENTs—Flour, 15,715bbls; wheat, 14 cars:
barly, COO bu.; liiillstuff, 581 tons; lumber, 500,
000 feet: coal, 214 tons. Total, 404 cars.
GitAix Inspection—No. 1 hard 25 cars; No. 2
hard 7 cars; Xo. 1 regular, 72 cars; No. 2 do.,
17; No. 3 do., 2 car; rejected 21; condemned, 1,
Oats—Rejected, 1 car. Barley—Rejected, 1 car.
Total, 150 cars.
The following were the quotations on 'change.
Flour—Patents, $5.75®C.OO; straights, $3.25
@5.75; clears, $4.75(3,3.25; i ow grades, S'2.00@
Wheat—Xo. 1 hard, 97c nominal; No. 2 hard,
91c bid; Ko. 1 northern, 88c No. 2, 82c.
Govs — TTo. 2, 50c.
Oats—No.2 mixed, 39: No. 2 white, 32c.
Mixed Feed—S17.00.a_ 19.00.
Hay—Good upland wild, S8.50©9.00.
Several amateur base ball clubs are being
, A new rowing club wili soon be organized
in this city.
A potatoe race was one of thc novelties at
the roller rink last night.
Prsf. Donaldson will give a spariug exhibi
tion in Market hall this evening.
The East side roller rink was opened last
evening with a grsnd attendance.
The Minneapolis cricket club will prove,
doubtless, one of the popular organizations
of the city this season. Many of the mem
bers are adept players.
Since it was made public yesterday by the
Globe that Gerge K. Shaw is the great "un
known" of the Journal, who is to meet Prof.
Donaldson in a soft glove contest in the
Market hall this evening, it has become a
popular theme of street corner conversation,
and bets are being made, it is said, tbat the
doughty editor will lead the famous boxer a
lively dance. Since his bout with C. M.
Ferguson, a year ago, he has been in active
practic, developing his dormant muscles until
he is reputed one of the cleverest athletes in
the northw'est. Had Prof. Donaldson fully
appreciated the powers of his antagonist he
would possibly have qualified his challenge
so that the Journal's ''unknown" would have
beeu excepted. However the professor in
forms the Globe that he will do his utmost
and a lively bout will be faught. But look
THE ST. PAUL DAILY GLOBE, SATL'IIDAY LlGlUvi^O-, APRIL 12, 18S4.
out for your eye, professor, for G. K. will
strike from the shoulder, and he will strike
SUPERVISORS OF THE POOE.
New Board — Suyerintendent's Report —
Wood Supply for tlie Poor, etc.
The regular monthly meeting of the board
of supervisors of the poor was held in the
ofiice of tho superintendent at 3 o'clock p.
m., the entire new board, eonststiug of Su
pervisors Haugan, Parker, Morse, Pratt, Coe,
Fleetham, Lewrenee, Roberts and his honor.
Mayor Pillsbury, being present. The mayor
occupied the chair, Superintendent Williams
acting as clerk.
Superintendent Williams presented his re
port for the month of March, which was
adopted, as follows:
Office of the Supehintexdextof tiie Poor, )
Minneapolis, April 1, 1884. j
To the Honorable, the Board of Supervisors of
the city of Minneapolis:
I have the honor to submit a report of the
work of this oilice for the mouth of March, 1884,
No. of applications made ut offlce.. .G40
No. of visits made by superintendent.103
Xo. of caries where relief has been
granted in groceries 194
i No. of orders given for groceries 203
Amounting to S795 75
No. of orders given for wood 225
Amounting to $371 25
No. of patients in hospitals March 1:
St. Barnabas C
No. sent to hospitals during March:
St. Barnabas 5
Sisters 1 8
No. now lit hospital under charge of city
St. Barnabas 7
Sisters' - 7
HOSPITAL EXPENSES BOB MARCH.
St. Barnabas 8153 43
College 309 43
Sisters 1 180 71
Homoeopathic f5fl 00
Northwestern 85 28
Hospital conveyance 21 25
Total 8010 00
No. inmates of poor house March 1.. 60
Nn. sent to poor house during March 5
No. now in poor house under charge
of city 59
Poor house expenses for March $294 21
No. of visits made by Dr. A. B. Cates,
city physician, during March at
No. of visits made by Dr. A. B. Cates,
city physician, during March at
otlier places 170
No. of burials furnished during
Amounting to $9-1 50
Nn. of persons furnished transporta
tion to other places during March. 8
Amounting to 812 55
Total expenses for March, 188-1 $2,511 30
Nelson Williams, Superintendent.
On motion of Supervisor Haugan, a reso
lutio n of the board of supervisors, August 13
1883, in accordance with which all surgical
cases have beeu sent to the College hospital,
was rescinded. Also voted that hereafter the
superintendent be instructed to distribute
tlie surgical cases, at bis discretion, as even
ly as possible among those hospitals suited
for the treatment of sueh eases.
Ou motion of Supervisor Roberts it was
voted that the superintended be instructed to
allow the hospitals pay for only one day for
the days of receiving and discharging city
Bill of C. Himmelsback, amounting to SO
for burial of two persons, was presented.
The superintendent was authorized to in
vestigate the matter and report at next meet
ing of the board.
The superintendent was instructed to ad
vertise for proposals for furnishing the city
wood for the coming year.
On motion the regular monthly meeting
of the board of supervisors of poor will be
held at the office of the superintendent on
the secoud Friday of each mouth, at 4 o'clock
The board then adjourned.
91,000 Suit—Chicago Litigation in Minne
A suit was yesterday filed in the district
court by Preston, Kean & Co., 'bankers, of
Chicago, to recover payment of Dike Bros.,
Minkler & Co., of the same city, on two
promissory notes of $5,000 each.
It is believed that Henry L. Ware, one of the
defendants, has money in the Security bank
of this city, and to reach that money a bond
and allidavit of attachment were also tiled
yesterday, the Security bank being garnishee.
Ware is said to have an interest in the bank
of Ada, Norman county, Minn.
New eases and papers filed yesterday as
Eugene II. Carpenter vs. Eva A. Carpen
ter; note of issue filed.
J. M. Bradford & Co., vs. J. M. Sutton;
transcript of Judgment filed.
Bolm Manufacturing company vs. E. C.
Halliday; transcript of docket tiled.
Preston Kean ik, Co., vs. The Security bank
of Minneapolis; garnishee of Henry L. Ware;
S. L. Sheldon vs. Howard & George; com
Preston Kean & Co., vs. Dike Bros,
Minkler ct Co.; complaint,allidavit and bond
for attachment filed.
S. L. Sheldon vs. Chas. W. Shatto, gar
nishee of Howard zt George; affidavit filed.
[Before Judge Bailey.]
Alex. Sullivan and John Walsh, drunken- i
ness; committed live days each.
M. J. Casey, drunkenness; paid a fine I
J. J. Riles, John Fallon, Frank Jones,
drunkenness; committed five days each.
Thomas Williams, drunkenness; sentence
John Carlson, drunkenness; committed
Thomas Mullir.n, insulting a lady ou tlie
street; continued until this morning.
John Kearney, disorderly conduct; paid a
line in So and costs.
John MeKenny, larceny; continued until
Charles King, vagrancy; sentence sus
Stubby Anderson, breaking iuto warehouse
with intent to steal; continued until April
J. S. Stokes, assault and battery; contin
ued until April 14.
August Malmberg, barstardy; continued
until April 18.
Bridget Bartley, abusive language; contin
ued until April 18.
George Mobs and Bert Walters, larceny;
j waived examination; held to await the ac
tion of the grand jury, remanded in default I
of bonds in $700 each.
Robert Simpson, larceny; nolle* prosequi
entered upon the motion of the county at
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago, April 11.—The Drovers' Journal re
ports: Hogs, receipts 0,500 head; shipments
4,000 head; the market was strong, active and
higher; rough packing $5.50@.G.OO; packing
and shipping $0.00(5,0.50; light $5.40(3.0.15;
skips $3.75©5.00. Cattle, receipts 7,000 head;
shipments 3,900 head: the market was brisk
and linn; exports email@example.com; good to choice
shipping steers §U.0O@.0.40; common to medi
um $firstname.lastname@example.org. Sheep, receipts 2,000 head;
shipments 1,000 head; the market was
slow aud dull; inferior to fair $email@example.com
per hundred pounds; medium to good $5.50®
0.00; choice to extra $5.90(S;0.35.
St. Thomas, Ont. April 11.—A fight oc
curred this morning between a gang, part
Italian and an equal number of Irish labor
ers, on the Canada Southern railway, caused
by the Irish objecting to the employment of
Italians. The police, with the assistance of
the citizens, succeeded iu stopping the fight
after several on both sides had been severely
THE STAR ROUTE CASES.
Woodward Shows Much of the Inner
Rascality of the Parties.
How the Money was Got, and the Country
Hobbeu of Millions.
Washington, April 11.—P. H. Woodward
continued his testimony before Springer's
committee to-day. He said there was a gen
tleman in this city who not $500 for calling
on senators and representatives from the
southwest and securing their signatures to a
petition for increase the Las Vegas and Vin
ita route. All but two signed it. One con
gressman said to the gentleman, '"This
is wrong, but the postmaster general
is not fool enough to do it, and I'il sign the
petition to oblige you." A man whose name
was on the paper told witness that he had no
conception of the increased cost brought
about by their influence. The total expense
to the government of the Los Vegas aud Vin
ita route for nearly three years* was about
$300,000, aud the revenues for the same
period was about $600. The route was about
725 miles long, with scarcely any offices on
it, and a portion of it through a wilderness.
Sometimes there would not be a siugle letter
in the mail bag.
Did you not carefully go over the evidence
you obtained on this route before the grand
jury," asked Springer,
*' I was before the jury on this route about
half an hour,and in that short time explained
the evidence as best I could. Many ques
tions were asked, some by George Bliss. If
I had been responsible 1 would have stayed
before that jury a week, for I considered
the route the strongest one the government
had. Bliss, however, assumed the respon
sibility of putting the evidence before the
grand jury, and I supposed he knew
what evidence he had to pre
sent. The indictment might
be secure, whether the faiiure to secure an
amendment due to jury or to the manner of
putting the evidence, I do not know. In an
swer to au inquiry, Woodward said he fur
nished evidence, varying in degree of
strength, in about forty routes. This was
placed in the hands of Bliss. Continuing,
Woodward said Brady called for a deficiency
of $2,000,000, and congress appropriated
$1,200,000. It was rumored that Walsh was
asked to contribute $80,000 to buy up con
gress, so that two million might be secured,
but he declined.
Before the com mittee adjourned Springer
read a telegram from Wm. W. Cook, saying
he desired to cross examine Woodward iu his
testimony yeaterday. Woodward said I told
nothing but the truth yesterday, und I could
tell more, if my information was not in con
fidence. I don't break confidences to ex
pose a rascal's villainy. The more Cook
stirs up this matter the deeper he will get
into the mire.
The new Presbyterian church was dedicated
The calaboose was without an inmate on
The Shuelenberg, Boeckler& Co's saw mil
commence operations for the season on
li. W. lngersoll and L. A. Gilbert, of St.
Paul, attended services at the Presbyterian
ehureh last eveniug.
The steamer R. J. Wheeler of Durrant ct
Co;s line, will be in charge of Capt. H.
Pevey, duriug the coming season.
The steamer Jennie Hays is yet at the
landing place, probably awaiting the issue of
certain leiral proceedings.
A large and remarkably fine floral pyramid
in the show window of Louis Albenberg's
store, attracted mueh attention yesterday.
According to the register, lake St. Croix
has fallen three inches in the last twenty
four hours, ending at 6 o'clock last evening.
Adam Lamm, proprietor of the Lake Side
hotel, has decided not to renew his license,
but will retain his present location and de
vote his time to keeping boarders.
All the insuraueo companies that have re
fused to pay thoir loss on the prison shop
were yesterday notified that legal proceedings
had been commenced against them.
Lake St. Croix from Stillwater to the
Kinnikinic may be considered free of Ice.
But from the point last named to the river
the ice in many places seems as solid as at
any time last winter.
The steam pile driver came down from
Osceola on Wednesday afternoon. The Eva,
ns soon as some slight repairs are
completed, will commence piling the lake
boom near south Stillwater.
Thc good people on Main street are crying
out about the dust. A short time ago it was
the mud. Wait until this tine thoroughfare
is paved with cedar blocks, then all such
causes of complaint will be removed.
An old offender against whom a number
of charges were pending, was before the
police court yesterday and given a chance of
going to jail or leaving the eity. The O. O.
decided to reside out of Stillwater for a time.
As engine No. 31, on the Milwaukee road,
was nearing the depot yesterday afternoon,
the spreading of the rails caused the rear
wheels of the tender to jump the track. An
hour's work sufficed to repair the mishap,
with no other damage than the loss of time.
The dedicatory services at the Presbyterian
church on Thursday evening were of the
most impressive character. Longi]before the
hour of commencing the large auditorium
was tilled to overflowing. Several clergymen
frum abroad w'ere present, ofthe number was
the Rev. Dr. A. A. Kiehle,formerly pastor of
the church. /
Charley Karst is looking thc ground over
to ascertain whether or no a brass foundry
can be made a success of in Stillwater. If
his conclusions are favorable, Mr. Karst has
his eye on a building suitable for the busi
ness. When- once assured that the proposed
industry can be made profitable, no delay
will occur in making a beginning.
Alderman Lyons, is the owner of a very
flue skill, whieh hasbeen stowed away on the
lower deck of the pontoon during the past
winter. Yesterday Mr. Lyons was looking
over his little boat to ascertain if any repairs
were needed, when au accidental miss step
sent him head-long iuto the lake. But the
healthy alderman being an expert swimmer
was soon aboard the pontoon, none the
worse for his early bath.
What i.s termed an egg-breaking is set for
this evening at thc M. E. church. As this
is rather a novel proceeding, it mav be stated
that the Sunday school scholars of the denom
ination above named have recently been en
gaged in taking up collections towards pur
chasing a library, using for thc purpose an
imitation egg. with an opening on top to ad
mit the dimes aud quarters. This evening
all of the imitation eggs will be broken open
when the three most successful scholars will
be rewarded with au appropriate prize by the
superinteudeut of the Sunday school.
Loxdox, April 11.—A dynamiter named
Daly, alias Denman, was arrested at Berk
enhead station. Three explosive bombs
were found in his possession, also several
bottles coutaining a substance believed to be
nytro glycerine. James Eiran was also ar
rested at Birmingham as an accomplice of
Daly, under charge of having explosives in
his house. Egan was previously secretary
of the "Wolverhamptou branch of the land
league. After a formal charge has been
made against Daly at Berkenhead, he will be
conveyed to Birmingham aud charged along
side of Egan. A great sensation is caused
at Birmingham by the arrests. Crowds of
people are gazing at Egan's house, and a
number of policemen are digging vigerously
in the garden in search of dynamite.
A sack full of documents belonging to
Egan, was conveyed to the police station.
Among the papers was a letter from Egan to
Daly, in which the former wrote, he thought
that the "cough mixture" was all right. It
was ''nice and cold." It is believed the ex
pression refers to the dynamite.
Collected and Forwarded by Tele
graph to the Daily Globe.
[Fargo Special Telegrams April 11, to the St.
The stall of the Broadaxe has had another
shaking up whieh brousht T. B. Holmes, the
poet and Dakota Wm. Nye to the editorial
front. Richard Mahay, at one time on the
staff of the Chicago Tribuneds eity editor.and
H. S. Harcourt is Lt. general, with Capt.
Egbert as universal lubricator. Ladies now
bold the cases. Having blown off the froth,
it is now getting down to solid work and get
ting in good work. It ought to have a gener
ous support as the only Democratic sheet in
A saloon fracas between parties named
Smith, McDouougu and Delaney a day or two
ago, is magnified by some of the papers into
a momentous political matter affecting the
destinies of the city. The editors evidently
look through political microscopes. Mc-
Donough was the only party mueh injured.
He was cut with a knife somewhat. While
nominally a quarrel over the election, it is
believed that the connection of one of the
candidates with an estate in whieh one of
the men was interested, was the real incen
Much regret is felt at Aberdeen in social
circles at the departure of Miss Lisctte And
iug to Minneapolis, where she is to teach.
The post of the G^ A. R. established at
Grand Forks the past week promises to be
one of the strongest in the territory. There
are already about fifty old veterans mus
One day this week, Sam. C. Ormiston, one
of the members of a leading business firm
of Grand Forks, and a genial, popular
society man, was married to Miss Belle Rose,
an accomplished aud graceful young lady of
Col. O. M. Towner, who is one of the pio
neers and large farmers in the extreme north
of Dakota, has been to his old home in Mis
souri and organized a large colony, who are
expected to soon arrive and locate in Nelsou
county and that vicinity.
In many sectious of Dakota thc little
gophers are very destructive to grains. At a
recent meeting of the Farmers' union, in
Brown couuty, it was proposed to ask the
county board to oiler a reward of a few cents
a head for every one destroyed.
The grand jury at Glendive, thc past week
failed to lind the cowboys engaged in the
Wanton killing affray some time since,
guilty of murder. The mild presentment
was for "carrying concealed weapons and
making threatening demonstrations with
At a recent meeting of the directors of the
GrandForks, Crookston & Lake Superior
railroad it was decided to issue $1,0(10,000
bonds, and place the same in the market at
a discount of 50 per cent., aud proceed with
the construction of the line as the means
Fifty-three of the counties of Dakota,
about half of the entire number, have more
or less miles of railroad within their
borders. It is thought that twenty other
counties will be added to the list tbis year.
The aggregate figures include several unor
Rev. W. H. Hoadly, a temperance mis
sionary, sent out by the Rock River confer
ence, of Illinois, is speaking in southern
Dakota, with the object of securing a pro
hibition plank in the state constitution,
when one shall be formed. A temperance
convention for the same end is to be held at
Mitchell from April 15 to 19.
The plans for the new £40,000 hotel at
Jamestown, of which mention has been made,
are matured, and it is believed that it will be
ready to receive guests by July 4, although
not completed then. It will be of brick,
three stories high, 100 feet on Ffth avenue
and the same on Fourth street. The Lloyd
bankers are the chief movers and proprietors
of the enterprise. It will be a lirst class in
stitution in all respects.
S. H. Lyon, a gentleman well known at,
Valley City, spent the winter in Michigan
suffering with rheumatism, aud claims that
he is entirely free from it since his return to
Dakota. There is no doubt that the climate
ls beneficial to that disease aud asthma, but
chronic cases of no disease need expect a
sudden blooming out into perfect vigor at
the first whiff of the ozone. Advanced
stages of consumption will be fatal here as
well as elsewhere.
Some of the papers In south Dakota pro
pose that the Huron convention on the 2'-i<\
shall suggest to thc president the name of
some Dakota man for governor. It might
be well to ask for the appointment of a Da
kota resident, but any attempt to designate a
name will undoubtedly cause trouble and a
split. There is no one of the dozen or more
named, upon whom there cau he anything
like unity—not even one of the sections
would be unanimous upon any man.
The Cambell County Courier gives this in
stance of pioneering whieh will not long be
practicable: "Oue Parsons and his family
settled last fall near the county Hue between
Walworth aud Cambell, about twenty miles
from auy neighbors whatever, remaining
there from December 1st to April 1st witli
out seeing a human being other than mem- |
hers of their owu family, except one, when
.Mr. Parsous went to Le Beau for mail. They
had plenty of wood aud provisions and good
health, aud so braved it through all right."
North Dakota Democratic Ilelet/ates.
Hon. D. M. Kelleher went in as alderman
with the rush oi many white ballots, and it
is now insisted that he must be one of the
uorth Dakota delegates to the Democratic
natioual convention at Chicago. The James
town Capital says of him:
"No better selection eould be made. Xo
man has stood l>y Democracy more faithfully
in all the new northwest than he. He is the
peer of any mau in Dakota, and as the "war
horse of Democracy" is he known from
Yankton to the Turtle mountains. Mr. Kel
leher should be the delegate from north Da
kota if the Democratic party has a spark of
Among the other names for the north are
Alex. McKenzie, of Bismarck, Col. Morton,
Martin Ryan and Capt. Egbert, of Fargo.
There will be found uo lack of good ma
terial. It is expected that a convention will
soon be called.
A Mythical "Dakota Statesman.-'-'
There is some curiosity to know the name
of the Dakota statesman referred to in this
from the Kansas City Times:
A peculiar class of statesmen they have up
in Dakota. It is a very dull week when
something or other does not turn up to the
detriment of some embryotic statesman from
"the land of the Dakotas." One of these
visiting worties at Washington, having run
up a bill of $200 at the Xational hotel, drew
a draft which was returned protested. Draw
ing a draft on a firm at Deadwood, endorsed
by a delegate from Dakota, it also was re
turned protested. While the draft was in
transit the Dakota statesmen wrote the party
upon whom it was drawn not to pay it. The
draft and letter attached were returned to
the delegate from Dakota. The hotel man
lost his 1200.
Only an Average Dakota Gripsack.
This related by the Aurora Free Pr esn ; seems
to bethe way Dakota men travel: "An old
man, about sixty years of age, roughly dress
ed, and carrying an old-fashioned carpet
bag, entered the Palmer house in Chicago,
the other day, and registered from Aurora
county, Dakota, and demanded a check for
his grip-sack. 'A check for such a thing as
this* You can't work that racket here, old
man. Pay in advance, and then I will give
you a check for your bundel of rags. Very
well,' replied the Dakota man, as he pro
ceeded to unlock his 'grip' and took from it
a bundel of $1,000 bills, 'take your change
out of that.' The old man had disposed of
| 4,000 head of cattle, and was carrying around
in that old carpet-bag thc proceeds of his sale
amounting to nearly £20,000."
Stock in the Red River Valley.
With the low prices for wheat, and slight
prospect for marked improvement, the
farmers In the Red river valley are beginning
to perceive that it will not do to rely upon the
great staple alone for profit. The question
is being discussed whether special attention
should not be given to stock. All the indi
cations and experiments lead to the belief
that in spite of the long and cold winters,
cattle and hogs can be produced at a sub
stantial profit.. The Grand Forks Plaindealer,
in speaking of the subject, says:
'.'North Dakota is by nature a stock raising
country. From the extent to which it has
been eogaged in, it has proved not only prac
ticable but very profitable. The faei lias
been demonstrated and it is positively
known that stock can be raised and fattened
here at less expense than in otlier states and
territories. The grass which Is the product
of these broad prairies possesses sueh au
amouut of nutriment as is highly conducive
to healtli, growth and fattening qualities.
Mr. HJmkey, of this city, whose experience
Ih" stock raising and handling of meats has
been almost unlimited, informed a l'litin
./,.</./• reporter that Btockwhich had been raised
and fattened on Dakota grass v.as of a super
ior quality to tbe grain fed stock of foreign
countries. There is uo reason why far
cannot adopt more extensively this very i.u
i .rtant branch of their business, and before
manv years pas3< b around every farmer find
himself in the circumstances of making
every year from $200 to $300 from the sale
Better Fitted For Walt Street Than Dakota
The Ellendale Leader gives this as encour
agement to poor but moderately honest
young men in the states who want to come
to Dakota with small capitals: "A young
man arrived in Ell ndale a few days ago
[rom Albany. N. Y.. who said that during
the whoie trip his total cash outlay was •"•,
cents. He said that while approaching
Chicago the conductor ordered him
several times, and wheu a station was
reached he would get oil, but as promptly
got on again when the train started. He
followed thc same conductor into au eating
house, sat down at the same table, and on
coming out told thc collector at the door that
his friend, the conductor, would pay for hint.
Arriving here he Btruck two or three personE
for 1 job. He will soon acquire a competence,
and go back the same way."
South Dakota Opposed to Lounsberry.
This is the view taken ly the Yankton
Press, and indicates the general feeling In
"The candidacy of C. A. Lounsberry for
the governorship of Dakota, has been looked
upon as a huge joke both in the norih and
the south, but the aspirant appears to be
profiting by the good natnred silence of tin
people, lb Is in the proper man
for the place. He represents Bisman I
nothing more, unless it be Ordway. Fora
year past he has been zealously opposing thc
dearest desire of the people-the division ol
Dakota, and but for the opposition of him
self and his co-workers from Bismarck, di
vision would have been easy * during the
present congressional session."
Canadians for Codington County.
Watertown fwrier: Immigration hai
commenced in earnest. Friday, a special
car from St. Tbom.i-. Ontario, arrived with
about fifty persons who "ill settle In this
section. They are all well-to-do people and
area valuable acquisition t>> i\Z\> county.
This is but the prelude of the many who are
to follow. Codington counly needs many
more just such citizens. A train of nine
emigrant ears arrived Sunday from Elgin
county, Ontario. About twenty men accom
panied it, the most of whom have already
land in this county. They came with
and provided with most everything nej
to actively engage in farming operations.
More Arab Insurrections.
Cairo, Egypt, April 11.—Berber dispatches
to the 9th in-t. Indicate that affairs thete are
daily assuming a more menacing position.
The tribes between Berber and 8h< miy are in
a State of insurrection. They have seized a
boat laden with provisions which was pro
ceeding to Shendy. The rebels are beseiging
Shendy and a portion of Berber. Troops
have gone to that city's relief. Had such
action not been laken. it is feared the rebels
would have besieged Berber also and inter
cepted the route toKorosko.
"WHERE I LOVE, I LOVE FOREVER."
She was a blithesome maid who -ater,
Close by the cottage window sitting;
Sweet and clear Were the notes that rati'-'
Oni on the air where the birds were Hitting;
Merrily, merrily, sang the birds,
Bat none could exactly guess tiic-ir words,
While the maid so clever,
And blushing never,
Sung, "Where I love, 1 love forever!"
He was a youth ju-t passing by-
While the mold was singing, oh, so Bweetly!
Who to the garden gate drew nigh,
And listened there, entranced completely;
For the sound of a voice bi sweet and clear
Win- rapturous music to his car,
An i he said, ••Ah. never
Would l ■•• i-h to Bever
From one who loves, and loves forever:"
The maiden smill d on her lover's suit,
When ather teel he made confession;
Her eyes were bright, but her voice was 11.1:t".
When she gave her heart Into bis possession.
But now together their liv< - are set,
They sin^ m unison this duet:
"We'll disBe :et
"Never —never I
For where we love, we love forever!"
'iiuscs no Pain.
Jives Relief al
id or Snuff; Ap-
plj with Finger.
HAY-FEVER Wive lil Trial
50 c< nts al druggists. 00 cents by mail regis
tered. Bendfor circular.
ELY BBOTHEBS, Druggists, Owego, N. Y
Vacation of Part of BluiT Street.
Citv Clerk's Office, j
St. Paul, Minn., April 10,1«S1. f
WnEnsAS, A petition has been Sled in this
oliice as provided by law, by order of the Com
mon Council ofthe City of Bt, Paul, asking for
the vacation of that part of Blurt street be
tween Grant and Kobert streets, and more partic
ularly described as follows: B(%'innin_,' on the
north line of Blurt street at the west line of Bo
bert st, thence southwesterly along the north line
of Blurt street to the east line of Grant street,
thence southerly aloug the east line of Crant
street, produced to a point where a curve of
twenty-live feet radius starting tangent from said
east line will strike tangent with a line .'JO-.' feet
northwesterly of and parallel with the north Bide
of Fourteenth street, thence around iaid curve
southeasterly, easterly, and north
easterly to said line, thence north
easterly along said line three hundred and
two feet northwesterly of and parallel with tl.e
north line of Fourteenth street to the west Ii:.e
of Robert street: thence northwesterly along the
west line of Blurt street to the place of beginning;
and, whereas: The petitioners state thatthey
own all the land fronting the north side of Biuii
street between Robert and Grant streets, and all
the land fronting on the south side of Blulntreet
betueen Robert and Cedar streets, the object
of the vacation asked for '-being to open a street
in lieu of the one proposed to be vacated"
sixty feet west from Robert to Cedar streets,
and extend Grant street thereto, and tohave es
tablished for such new street a grade uniform,
or nearly so, from Cedar to Grant street
from Grant to Roberts, and where
as : The petitioners oCer to and will
dedicate the grounds for such changes,
etc., and will pay the ' entire cost.-, and
expenses of making such changes, including the
,proper grading of such new street.
Now therefore, Xotice is hereby given that
said petition will be heard and considered by the
Common Council of the City of Saint Panl, or a
committee to be appointed by said Council, on
Tuesday, the 3d day of June. A. D. 1884, at 7:3u
o'clock p. m.. at the council chamber iu the eity
hall of said city.
By order of Common Council.
Tuos. A. Puknoekoast, City Clerk,
219,281, 223 First Aye. South.
W. W. BROWN Sole Proprietor.
JAMES WHEELER Manager.
WEEK OF APRIL 7, 1884*
Fred Gottlob. Amy Gottlob, Wallace sisters
Emma Hull, Lew Reynolds, Kitl ' .Jen
nie Mason, May smith, Messrs. Msvreattas and
Healy, Ev:i Ross, MolUe ll;trry. Laura Ashby,
Lottie Lavierre. Bessie Graham, Lulu Boy, Libbie
Stearens, Carrie Diamond, Libbie Sfarettsa, May
Bolton, Mamie Yager, Ul . I tha
Regular stock Company.
Matinee every Thnrsday afternoon at2:83 o'clock
BTTOFULAB i'i'.K !>__,.:
A'.: Und and bunion
aopshxor wrenem; dries instantly: win no
•oil anything, as 1 in ver (alia to eflecl u cure. Price
mall, SOc ! | ■ put up In yellow
wrappers and manufactured only by Jos. B. H
drugKlst and dealers in all kinds of Patent Medidne*
Roots, B ■'-. Liquors, Paints, 00* Varnlshei,
Brushes, etc. Minneapolis Miun.
HAZEN & CO.,
Real Estate Loans and Business Brokers,
304 First Avenue South,
MINNEAPOLIS, .... MINN.
We buy, seU and exi _■■ i; tl Estate, basinet!
places, collect claims, pay taxes, etc.
Sf, Paul Foundry Go.
.VAN! FAI TI BIBS DP
(AST AID MOCGBT IRON
Send for cuts of columns. All kinds of cast
ings made on shoit notice. Workson st. P., M.
4 M. R. It., near Como avenue. Office, 301 Jack
son street St. Paul. li. W . TOPPING, Ma
' . M. Power, Secretary and Treasurer. M
Theatrical ai MapMo
10 West Third street, St. Paul*
I respectfully ini ition of ladles and
gentlemen to my large, mosl complete and ele*
stock of new Masquerade Costumes, for
balls, parties, theatrical performances, old folks'
concerts, tab! taus, a .
Masks .-a wholesale.
Country parties, send for list nnd prl< es.
P. J. GIESEN.
__._mtt*1i wi""! '■rrPi^.Q '""' 1'""i'i '- 1' :"'t
J0^ CEUBRATfC their functions aw
interfered w i t k
llie\ need toning.
T liey li e i- o in 8
In- UHe Of II".--
■rs, when fall
ihort of relief
g tonie. also
E^^ fc STOMACH-^JF* rests rever and ague
$raI*fl»Bap_llB*)GP]3 ri.ti-tipiitiiin, liver
*^B H irBLI|»*^ complaint, dyspe^
v rf h; mr* ™ ola, rheumatism and
other ailments. Use It with regularity. Pi
by all druggists and dealers generaUy.
"By a thorough knowledge of the natural laws
whii h govern the operations nr digestion and nu*
trition, and by a careful application of the lln*
properties of well Belei ted 1 ..1 oa, Mr. Eppa has
provided onr breakfast tables with a delicately
flavored beverage whicb maj save us many heavy
■ !.;-'tor'- bills. It Is by the judicious use of snen
- ot iii. t that a constitution may be grada
ally built up until strong enough to resist ever
tendency of disease. Hundreds of subtle mala
dies are floating around - sreadj to attack wherev
re is a weak point, We may escape many 1
cplng ourselves well fortlflei
v. it!; pure bl<« d and a properly noi.ri.-lied frame.'
—Civil Service Gazette.
Made simply witb boiling water or milk. SoU?
in tins only (' : it. and lb) by 1 Irocers, labeled thus:
TAMFv* FuPv' ° Pfl Homteopothle Chemista
Jnililld LllU tt UU.J Lo.suo.n. EBBLAXD
toge of Slrcet and Alley
Park AvenncAnrora Aycnne, St. Peter
Street U8iyersity?A«. Brewster
Ayenue, Alley in BlocKs 2,10 anl
13. Ewincr and Chute's Addition, anl
('ny Ci/bbk's Omox, I
St. Paul, Minn., April 8, 1884. J
Xotice i- hereby given that the Common Coun
cil of the t Ity oi' Saint Paal will .-it tiuir n
meeting to be held on Tuesday the Cth day of
V, D. 1884, .■ t 7:80 o'< lock p, in., at tho
Council Chamber in the < Ity Hall, order a change
of grade on the following named streets and al
ley, between the points named, viz:
From Martin Street to Sherburne
From Grant to Rice Streets.
SAINT PETER STREET
From Martin Street to University
From Grant to Rice Streets.
From Sherburno Street to Uni*
In Blocks Numbered 2, 10 and 13
Ewing and Chute's Addition.
From Andrew Street to Arthur
All in accordance with, and aa Indicated by the
yellow line on the profiles then . .ported
upon as being necessary and proper by the Hoard
of Pablic WodCS under date of April 1. 1884. Kx
ccpt Concord street, the proposed grade of which
i- indicated bythe red line on tin- ;>r, iil« tl
and which was reported upon .
and proper by the Board of Public Works nndel
date of Mardi 31, 1884. Both of tfIA reports of
April 1, 1*M. and March 81, 1884, Wi • adopted
by the Common Council at its meeting held April
The profiles Indicating the proposed changes
aro on file anil can be seen at this office.
By order of Common Council.
Tnos. A. I'kkndkuuast, City Cleik.
Apr. 9,-Wed. & Sat. 3w.