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r FFICK 6 Washington—venue, opposite
Nicollet house. Office——— from G a. m. to 10
. ;>. in.
S. J. Barlow, the Democratic candidate
i the 1 ifth ward, la an old,
i n ■ hi ■ ily ■ bI eflit _ citizen of
i oi every Democral
im ot i nd work for I
lie would make one of tiie most capa
tnen in the, body, ami reflect
rd. His opponent Is S. C.
.■it he once killed a man with a
, : ;!:s ability la
i cannot be •
B rlow in any set
Thercal estate transfers filed yesterday
aw mill started up
ton mill the day before.
.- Sovi Ity company con
! :S at Pence Opera
■ of the municipal
.. _, nas ■ onfined to three plain
day in the Fifth
.is will be closed h
waltzed to the cooler two
ing ladies on Nicol
. Ki _ kvas adjudged insane j-cster
1 -'lit to the asylum in custody of
il Walden will deliver his
"Whither Bound," iu lit. Paul's
red a forged check for $95,
, and was ar
:£ t (1
■ the "Bunch of
G. \. ]'.. was organized at
12th, by VV. li. I! rri igton, A.
ir nl assisl mt
an i fruit table, under the su
: i\ a McDonald,
night, in the various wards
to tin* i y i onvention.
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th, was brokr n into by
■ jo worth of tools.
i will continu i r,n duty
ion! It, in ordr r, to
, t<> get uniforms
Buildim and Loan associa
i the u.-u.d business was
n - m Lhc Minneapolis & St.
nanir ii it.il. McKeague had
bed yi sterday while
Michigan, was admitted
tiutned and [ailed t i pass a sutisfae
on of John Dunham, of
Dunham & Johnson, was recently drowned
icr en route irom a Mexican
tpplcmentary report of the city
I is show n that the total dis
■ ity from J l~t i I i
' • »,1CS._1.
the Holy Rosary parish
iry Cullcn, of the East side,
. ate winner of an elegant quilt
. D minick table.
ined Riley is in the city lock-up
u-picion of being a- thief. He was
de a lot of plants and
■ llowing couples received licenses to
rday: E. 1». Kirsl and Carolina
A. W. Eaton and Jennie I
aigh; Wm. F. Younghin and
iembers of the A. 0. H. society,
ring 150 men, will attend the Doinin
r this evening in Cull regidia They
ir headquarters to Mar-
The i - will probably be elected
-.; in ctingof the city council. The
nth Minneapolis demand the
. i '.' Pouudn sr, who is to
First National bank
to, drawn by J. A. Stewarl in favor
' (aveuport, [a., lias
aowal police hi adquarters
■ i of the proper parties.
im, B ites ,v Co. have gr t their new
or and blind factory, on Lyndalc
in lull operati >n. it gives employ
it} men inside and lim men
. and is in charge of Supt. _. Mc-
Tiie West Minneapolis Turnverein will
rand Mai festival on the last Sunday
ol nexl month, and the society is now under
■ in:'the event, in which 250 pupils
part in an elaborate musical and
. . .. am me.
\ Republican official wishes the Globe to
: lasl Sunday's sale of whisky
I bottle at the drug stores on
avenue, easl Bide. He says: "They
sold all day long, while the licensed saloons
were closed up tight."
The express wagons are allowed to backup
to the sidewalk in front of the city hall,
standing crosswise of the street and nearly
blockading it. This is contrary to the pro
trdi—ince, ami is a nuisance
which should be abated at once,
A movement is on foot to establish a lodge
of the Order of Elks in Minneapolis. A
number of leading citizens bave interested
matter, and the inaugura
tion will probably Occur next mouth, under
tbe in ible auspices.
There is now no such office as capt—an of
s, Mn! the three nun appointed by
Mayor Pillsbury will hold equal rank. He
s to determine from the work of the
three men which is the '..rest qualified for
prontotiou. Here is an opportunity for
afternoon Chic!: Engineer Stet
( ity EngineerRinker examined the
ttree story IruiMiii",' on
street, reccntlj occupied by Stevens' cooper
ch was tamagi d bj fire. The walls
: mounced unsafe and they will prob-
Tlie voting for the 1 legant dinner set, for
which Mr. McNeil and .Mrs. Burns are Che
. will occur Ibis evening ut the
lair. The frir nds rrf both ladiwi
eted tr> be ouhaud to make tne eved»
an exciting 1
Hearing for an application for a new trial
in the cascoi James Edwards, convicted of
'!ie I- ry and sentenced to the
penitentiary at the last term of court, was
Koon y. sterday, and con
tinued to May 24. The ground far the ap
plication is newly discovered evidence and
errors in law.
The Hennepin county Republicans who
are in favor of the "Plumed Knight" for the
next presidential nominee on their party
oing at the Republican
■•■'■ " the Security bank.
There was a large meeting, and Jim Blaine
nas highly lauded as bring the right man for
the ne.\i president.
Julius Gross, who has recently returned
from a visit to Europe with his wife and
three children, was on board the steamship
Mortine when the collision occurred between
n and Hamburg, Jan. S, last. He
■ shock was terrifle and created the
atense cxcitemenl anrl consternation
among lbe forty-five passengers on board.
The Mortine bad a hole nine feet high and
fourteen inches in width, in her side, just
above tin- water mark. The steamer was so
disabled that it bad to lay to until the next
day, when the distress signal flair; attracted to
tbcin the aid of another steamer, which took
; - back to London.
Samuel Cohen, apparently a tyro in ram
bling filed a suit yesterday against Frank j
Shaw to recover $900 which he lost in vari
ous amounts on divers occasions from the
lsl of May 1883, to the 1st of April 1884, in
playing al faro, roulette anrl other
gambling devici s with the defendant in this
eity. Sain should not play so long as be is
not willing to lose as well as win.
"Wanted, a Partner," is a musical drama
without an esp dally interesting plot, but it
Is, nevertheless an exceptionally neat and
entertaining play. It was produced to a
light audience at the Grand last evening by
the Barton Conn dy comedy. Robt. E. Gra
ham, Ezra F. Kendall, Miss Helen Lowell
and Mis< Sophie Hummel, are clever ;
j elicited considerable applausV. The
bill tin- balance or the- week.
400 school children of Holy Rosary
attended tbe Dominican fair yester
day afternoon. They marched through the
streets on their way to and from Mar'
and attracted much attention. At the hall
they enjoyed thi mselves immensely at piano
. wheel of fortune,.grab-bag anrl other
sports. Miss Katie Hickeydrewa beautiful
! Mathew McBride a nice satchel, and
they felt exceedingly happy on securing the
aUXNEAPO—IS PEB SOTHAXS.
R. L. Penny is confined to Lis room by an
John C. Oswald and wife, have returned
from California where they sprint the winter.
Capt. Tirrell, deputy clerk of the district
court, is on on the sick list for the past
Samuel Wallace, Perham; B. Peters, Br.iin
erd, and F. I). Holmi s, Owatonna, were reg
istered yesti rday at the Clark ho
Ion R. Patch anrl Miss FranccsBrown were
married last evening at the residence of
Gilpatrick, iry the Rev. Dr. Tuttle.
W. B. i'> trr, ni Ch
■ ontracting agent for the Cana
tthcrn line in Minneapolis and St.
i: C. Mill.ni, Fargo; C. II. Pierce, North
flcld; 1). Mark, Ha tings; II. H. Rogers,
Stillwater, an ' S. B. ' irpenter, St. Peter
weir' at the St. James yesterday.
J. II. Sharp, Moorhead; R C. Libbv, Hast
ii ■ ; K. G. M a y, Monticello; D. R
Red.Wing, and J. A. Willard, Mankato, were
: - ::', the NIcolll t".
NKW l»OL,lC_ J/KPAi: . M :\ i.
.' Fall List of the Appointments Made, by
Mayor Villsbury, noil Also Tliosc Who
Vailed to Get Reappointed.
ig to a Dress of other matter the
Globe's comprehensive report of the pro
ceedings of the city council of Wednesday
ts crowded out. Among the most
important matters which came up for con
sideration was the appointment of the mem
bers of the police depart—ant for the i i
rear. This Is especially important from the
fact of efforts and the influences brought to
hear upon the new administration to have
•ertain oflicials retained ami ta have others
beheaded, while to secure the appointment of
something like 500 citizens was no less
The appoint ments are:
Chief Of l'nliei—Jr.hn West.
Captains "f Police —M G Cba.se, D M Mc-
Lieutenants of Police—Wm W Bosworth,
Peter Daley, Peter P West.
Martin Buferdlng, Peter Mc-
Kiernan, Thomas Nelson, Jacob Hein and
Detective!—T W Hankinson, "Wm Gleason,
l.endell S Caswell.
Police Clerk—Ed A Stevens.
Court Officers—John Byrnes, Adam A Me-
Canu, .brim O'Donnell.
Jailer—Mat Bross and All Needham.
Drivers—C W Curtiss aud David Winck
Patrolmen—James Allen, Ole Anderson,
Mack Brady, Henry Brudegan,Peter Bradley,
Jami 9 Butler, Cornelius Burke, John Cri nan,
JBCronan, J M Gardner, William Daly,
Patrick Gallaher, Edward Grace, Jonn Gory,
il R Uarvey, C R Hill, James Howard, Pat
rick Kennedy, Michael Kennedy, Thomas
Kelly, Charles Kingsley, Joseph
Lawrence, J II Leonard, Nicholas
Mauren, Paul Mousso, Lewis Ness, John
Norman, Michael Quinlan, Michael Ryan,
John Schroeder, John Sullivan, Ole si,idly,
James Smith, Augusl V ilk, Andrew Hoben,
Patrick Gibbon, Thomas Cochran, Patrick
McGwin, Martin Olson, <i M Powers, Charles
. N S Long, James Cassidy, Harrison
Gowdy, William P West, William J! Reeves,
Washington Pierce, Oliver BoisclaIr, James
I) Breault, Holger Fawiskow, John S •! B ■an.
Clarence Johnson, S.m uel Simonson, Brown
Eggan, Charles B Church, S A Kirkman,John
0, (Iharl is Heirich, W. Gimment.
Mounted Polici —Fred Coffin, Martin Dev
eraux, George Frenet, i* J Hirst, '
Thicnich, Swan S \\
Bridge Watchmen—loseph Ury, suspen
sion bridge; Nicholas Rauen, upper bridge:
Patrick Cassidy, lower bi
Tin: NEW APPOINTMENTS.
A. M. McCrancy, captain;Ed. A. Steven9,
police clerk; John O'Donnel, court officer,
and all the patrolmen in the latter part of the
list, beginning with Andrew Hoben.
are John West from captain to chief. Jacob
Hein and Patrick Fox from patrolmen to
sergeants. The number of the mounted j>a
trol is two h.", from the displacement of ser
geant Bates, the promotion of officer Hein.
and the displacement of officer Blake.
The members of the force who failed to se
cure a reappointment are as follows:
Chief Berty, Sergeant Bates, Detective Hoy
and Patrolmen Bushaber, Hurley, Hutchin
son, Lane, Blake, McNamara, Van Rickley,
Silverthorn, .Mars:;, Malone, Rice, Steffes, L.
J. Smith, Cole, J.Olson, Eusch, II. Krum-
Egan, Gustavison anrl Bnrli.
As a rule the changes meet with approval
but it is claimed that a number of efficient
and capable officers have bun placed under
the merciless guillotine, while others have
secured appointments win.'are not well fitted
for the position. This, however, should have
been expected. Each year there is a zealous
scrambling for the crumbs from the tabic of
the administration, and it would be impos
sible to fail to make errors.
Has been an efficient member of the depart
ment for eleven years, lie served live years
us a patrolman, four years as a sergeant, two
years as lieutenant and oua_ye;tr as captain.
His promotions have been well earned and
deserved, and the confidence of the eity and j
of the new administration will not be be- !
trayed, nor will the well established repnta- j
tion of the department be allowed to retro
Capt Chase, formerly of the East side, and j
Lieut. Daily, will be stationed at headqnar- ]
ters, anrl Capt. McCraney and Lieut. Bosworth
will br* at the Last side station, Lieut. West
will bave charge of the south side station.
Lieut nantsand captains will alternate night
and day duty, the same as the men. There
will be two sergeants on day duty and two on
1'ilill I'irm Dissolved.
Northwestern Miller: Sonic difficulty has
arisen in the firm of G. W. Goodrich & Co.,
owners of the Union mill, and it has re
sulted in the dissolution of the firm by the
district court and the appointment of George
W. Yeates as receiver to take charge of the
business of the mill. The nature of the
trouble we are unable to learn, other than
that it is chiefly a difference between part
ners. The partners are G. AV. Goodrich and
Lafayette AVor J,ward. It seems that Mr.
Woodward eame inlo possession of one-half
of the mill a year ago, through being forced
to foreclose a $15,000 mortgage on it. He
also held a mortgage on Mr. Goodrich's half
of the property for the same amount, and his
agent, Mr. Yeates, becoming dissatisfied
with the management of the mill, applied to
the courts for a receiver, being appointed
himself. Mr. "Woodward, at the time
the application wa3 made, was in California,
where he had been spending the winter. He
T_i_3 ST. FALL DAILY GLOBE. FEIBAT MORXIXG, APRIL 18, 1834.
is a m'an of large means, and any debts
which the firm may have contracted will be
assumed by him. The mill was shut down
Saturday and will remain idle until some
settlement of the affairs are effected. What
will be done with the mill after this i3 not
known. It has a capacity of 390 bbls. on the
roller system, and is estimated to be worth
about $60,000. The mill seems to have made
good flour, but has evidently not made very
large bark accounts for its owners during
the past two or three years. Mr. Goodrich,
the managing member of tbe firm, and who
will undoubtedly be the heaviest loser by the
trouble, is a most estimable gentleman, and
iii- misfortune is much regretted by his
Communications Read — Reports of Com
mittees—Bids for Laying Water Mains.
A regular meeting of the board of water
commissioners was held last evening in the
superintendent's oflice. Present—Messrs.
Davis, Brown and Andrews. In the absence
of Mayor Pillsbury. through indisposition,
Mr. Brown was called to the chair.
Heffher Bros., C. P. Hussey & Co., and E.
B. Cauvet applied for renewal of plumbing
licenses. The matter was referred to the
council with tbe recommendation that the
renewals be cranted.
The following letter was read and placed
MiNN—VPOT—1, April 10.
CoL J. AV. Henion. Supt.
D——: 8tr: Acknowledging your kind
favor of yesterday inviting me to meet the
water board to confer respecting tuuneland
on the island property of St Anthony
ater Power company, lam instructed
to say that until after the arrival of the chief
• r who is expected to be here about
May I, this company cannot determine
whether your proposed tunnel will or not in
with the improvement of its property,
and until he comes I will not be able to
make any arrangements with your board.
In re discharge tunnel I am di
rected to say that the company will not con
sent to auy such construction until your
right to the water power to drive your ma
chinery has either been determined by court
or acquired by purchase. If your board Is
■! to insist on any claim of water
power it is better tor all parties to bring that
a to a s] Ly settlement for it is the
intention of Un - company to remove all the
dams from which the old paper mill was sup-
I lied with water power. Not being able to make
any snggestion to your board in reference to
either of tbe matters named until after the
arrival di the engineer, I begyou will excuse
im accepting your kind invitation to
be presi nt at your meeting to morrow even
ing. Very respectfully your obedient ser
vant R. C. Bi'.ntox,
Attorney for St. Anthony Falls Water Power
The committee on extension recommend
ed that a twelve inch main be laid on Wash
ington avenue suit!], between Sixth and
:ii avenues, as soon as the grade shall
have been established, and also the placing
of a fix inch instead of the present four inch
main on Nicollet avenue, between Ninth and
Twelfth streets as soon as practicable; also
ingofasix inch main on Second
struct, from Nicollet to Second avenue south;
the same to be laid at once provided the
property owners advance the money
for tin- work. The special committee
appointed to investigate the horse power of
engines, reported that in order to bave the
power of the engines indicated an expense
of $25 to $30 for each engine would be in
curred by the water department. The com
mittee recommended that all steam engines
using city water should make application to
the superintendent for meters, as per ordin
ance, and be governed by the rules regula
ting the use of water by meters. The report
The committee to whom was referred the
petition r.r Redmond <v; McGarren for a
plumber's license, recommended the petition
be all wed.
( Munitioner. Davis reported a bill of J
F. Totrin for $5.75 for relaying pavement
after repairing a hydrant; referred to city
Supt. Hen ion reported that the hydrants
werein good working order throughout the
city. Twenty five more were needed in a<V
(lition to the seventy-five ordered last winter,
anrl lie askerl authority lo purchase them at
$51 apiece. On motion the superintendent
was authorized to purchase the twenty-live
Engineer Waters presented a bill of $000
from John Burns, to be paid on contract of
constructing a wheel pit at the pump house.
A warrant for the amountwas ordered drawn.
The engineerstated that the new wheel
would be completed in a few days at a cost
81,500. liirls for laying water mains in va
rious parts of tbe city were then read and
referred to the committee on extension to
report at the next meeting held ou Thursday
[Before Judge Lochren.]
•Tames E. Rich vs. Edwin Paiker; contin
rrtefore Judge Koon. | '
In the matter of the application for a new
trial of James Edwards; bearing continued
uutil May 24.
NEW CASES AST) PAPERS FILED.
Patnuei Cohen vs. Frank Shaw; complaint
Adolph Berg vs. John Sundt aud John T.
[Before Judge Ueland.]
Estate of Michael Gleason, deceased; In
ventory filed and allowed.
Estate of Louis Chetlpin, deceased; same,
and order for creditors to present claims
Insanity of Marinda King; examined and
Mn n Us Ipat Court.
[Before Jud^e Bailey.]
Thomas Lettis, drunkenness; paid a fine
William Wilson and Josephine Flynn,
drunkenness; sentences suspended.
1ATE MINNEAPOLIS NEWS.
Benjaman Bude is one of the unfortunate
inebriates who was in durance vile last night,
he came near passing in his checks because
of swaUowing 25 cents worth of morphine.
Through the efforts of the jailor and others
he was made as comfortable as possible and
will recover from the effects of the drug.
A Disreputable Jtou:
Thugs are certainly getting in their work
now. Last night a shooting affray occurred
on Hennepin aveuue, directly opposite the
police headquarters, between a quartette of
disreputable characters, but no one was ser
iously injured. Of course there was a
woman in the case. Her name ia Frank!e
Cole. She had lived with a man named
Dyneman for about a year and a half, when
she met a veritable Lothario in the person of
Otto Burch, and she became so enamored of
him that she deserted her former affinity for
him, much to the disgust aud anger of the
Dykeman went on the war path last night
ami armed With his pop, met the apple of his
eye in company with her paramour opposite
the police headquarters and at once opened a
fusilade, tiring two shots at Busch, but
neither took effect. Buseh fired an ineffectual,
shot in return and knocked the would-be
assassin down. The police were quickly on
the battle field and found Dykeman down
and 1'rUieh and a fellow named Crowett mas
ters of the situation. The quartette were
run in, Dykeman as a prisoner and Frankie
Cole, Busch and Crowett as witnesses.
Minister Ferry in his speech at Pevigneanx
on Monday, gave a review of the state of
France, which he considered very satisfac
tory. The success of the French troops in
Tonquin had settled a knotty point. He
considered France's foreign relations better
that at any previous time, and that the in
fluence of France was felt in Europe.
Anti-Hungarian agitations are renewed at'
Kingston, Pa., and an organization has been
formed to drive them out. The Hungarians
are determined to hold their ground and are
arriving. A riot is expected on Friday,
which is pay day, aud much drinking is usu
ally indulged in.
Gleanings of News anrl Items of Ma-
A Daily Globe Department at Mankato De
voted to Developing and Advancing
the Southern Portion of the
The Mankato office of the southern Minnesota
department of the Globe will be, until further
notice is given, at the drug store of John A-
Sanborn. Persons desirous of transacting busi
ness with this department, or who have news to
communicate, are respectfully invited to call.
Mail communication from outside of Mankato
should be addressed, Daily Globe, box 4S3
[Special Reports from the Globe Mankato office
Strawberries only COc per box.
Republican primaries to-morrow night.
lion. L. Cray, of Lake Crystal, was here
J. II. Long & Co. bave put an elevator in
O. C. McCurdy, Esq., has left for an
Eastern trip. ,
E. B. Collester, one of Waseca's legal
lights, visited Mankato yesterday.
Tbe "clean up" notices are posted up, and
all good citizens should obey them.
Mr. O. R. Mather is shipping a large quan
tity of brick and 6tone to Dell Rapids, Iowa,
and also the brick and stone for a flouring
mill at Brookings, Dakota.
Rose & Noe report the sales through them,
for Mann & Merriam to John Johnson of
forty acres in section 13 of Rapedan for
S400; and sixty acres in section 31 of
Decoria to W. C. Rastker for $900.
The Fair store is 6till closed. Mr. Q.
Leonard was appointed assignee, but he ap
pears to be such only in name. The sheriff
appears to be ahead, as he has the key and
holds the goods, under an attachment. Who
is supreme remains to be seen.
Ou Wednesday evening there was no mail
service on the Omaha road north of Mankato,
there being no mail agent In St. Paul to make
the run. Mr. if. B. Dotnbery being in the
city was telegraphed and took tiie train at
The benefit ball given at Armory hall by
the Hook and Ladder company, was a suc
cess. Up to noon yesterday 125 tickets bad
been Bold. The proceeds will be expended
for new uniforms and other needs of the
Y\'ork has been commenced on the grounds
of the Southern Minnesota Stock and Fair
association. The building aud track will be
rapidly pushed to completiou. It will be in
running order by July, and it is expected
that an interesting time will be bad on
Everything looks like business at the
canning works, 100,000 cans are already
manufactured and Mr. Hodapp is btill at
work and will increase that number. The
number of cans of vegetables put up the
coming season will be a great increase over
Mr. O. R. Mather Is putting up a thirty
horse power engine and steam press brick
machine that will be up and in running or
der In about three days, and then Mr. Mather
expects to be able to manufacture 30,000
brick per day, and with the extensive yards
of W—lard <i Polchow, will be able to supply
the demand for Mankato brick.
A boom appears to have struck South
Bend. W. W. Davis, formerly a merchant
of Mankato, is opening a store at that place,
aud intends to go into the produce business.
John A. Jones has purchased a lot, and is
to open a tin shop. We are glad to see our
neighbors brush up and show signs of pros
perity after laying dormant for so many
Real Estate Transfers.
Real estate transfers made April 14 to
Sarah A Comer to J R Beatty, lots 1 and 3,
block3, Parson's addition, S250; Stephen
Lamm to John A. Willard, 133 acres in sec
tion 1, township 10S; $1400; James A.Robin
sou to Carl Peterson, lot 18, block 16 of Lake
Crystal; Lyda A. Wilson to Geo T. Boynton,
lot 5, block 58,81400; Joseph Staid to Richard
Hughes, cast y, lots 9 and 10, block 57,8500;
Charles Stolletisveik to S. C. Hilton, lot 6,
Hays' addition to "Winnebago agency, $625;
Jos. Scbiengermann to Fred Heinze % of lot
5, block 35, 8400; Louis Herzberg to Chas.
F. Ilcrzberg, 120 acres of section 28, town
ship 107, $1,600; Samuel Gaylord to Andrew
P. Erickson, west !j northwest % section 20,
town 107, 8500; Wm. C. Grannfs et al to II.
P. Christenson, lots 11 and 12, block 22,
Warren's addition, 82,000; Joseph Klein to
Joseph Klein, Sr., % lot 9, section 24, town
ship 109, 8000.
The Le Sueur JCttirh itlinr/ Case.
SomcliltletimesinceMrs.il. R. Wood,
of Lc Sueur, assaulted Mr. James L. Green,
editor of the Le Sueur Sentinel, with a raw
hide, for alleged derogatory words spoken
againstherby Mr, Green. Her husband
and Mr. E. II. McLeod were present during
the whipping, and the three were arrested
for assault and battery.
The assault case has been twice tried, the
jury failing to agree. In the last trial they
stood six and six on Wood, and ten for ac
quittal on McLeod. The case has now been
It Is thought that all of the logs left over
from last year will be run through the boom
by Saturday night.
It is estimated that not to exceed thirty
five out of the sixty-four saloon-keepers In
this city will renew their license under the
The complaint entered In the police court
against the proposition of the Last Chance
for selling liquor to minors was dismissed
for want of proof.
The grocery business promises to be soon
overdone. Small establishments are becom
ing numerous in all parts of the city. It
would appear there is such a thing as having
too much of a legitimate business.
A stranger is surprised in visiting the
schools in our city, at seeing the little ones
at certain hours march out of the schools
with banners flying. The lady teachers ha ve
them well drilled, and the little folks enjoy
Book agents, who think they have business
in the Duluth freight office, will consult
their own safety by noting the card over the
street door before venturing inside. Per
haps it would be best for the prescribed class
to keep entirely away from the building in
which the office is located.
Judge Netheway is laying the foundation
for au excellent residence on Cherry street.
There is a lovely view of the lake from that
locality, and from the plans of the building
every advantage will be taken to command
the most extensive view. The judge, al
though a young man, was at the last election
elected unanimously to preside over the mu
nicipal court. He is very popular.
Ernest R., youngest son of Albert Lowell,
died at about half-past h o'clock yesterday
afternoon, at the age of nine years. The
death of their young son falls w"ith double
force on the afflicted parents, from the fact
that up to Wednesday he was supposed to be
rapidly recovering from a severe attack of
diphtheria. On the day named symptoms of
blood poisoning were noticed. From this
time on the little patient grew rapidly worse
until death ensued.
Mr. C. S. Parmlce's roller'rink, on Main
street, will be opened next Tuesday evening,
and to accommodate those in Minneapolis
and St. Paul who wish to attend, a special
car has been engaged, which will start from
Minneapolis, thence to St. Paul, in the even
ing, for Stillwater, and leave the latter place
at 11, after the opening is over. The build
ing is very neatly and conveniently ar
ranged, and besides seating arrangements at
each side, there is an excellent gallery ex
tending across the entrance end. The of
fices, dressing rooms, skate rooms and others
arc suitable. The floor was being planed
yesterday, and is perfectly hard and smooth.
The plastering will not be done until fall,
but all the wood work is being primed in ap
Alexander Petou, employed on Staples
Ann river drive, was accidentally killed on
Wednesday morning. Petou, it appears,
was assisting in what is termed breaking a
landing; of logs, which were set rapidly roll
ing toward the water. In order to escape
from his perilous position the unfortunate
man plunged into the river, but before he
had time to get out of the way the logs were
on him, crushing him to death almost
instantly. The Remains were brought
here yesterday morning and conveyed to
Buet & Co.;s undertaking rooms. Deceased
was about twenty-eight years of age and un
Tiie Schools of stilhcater.
The schools of Stillwater are becoming
noted throughout this section of the north
west, the whole credit for which must be as
cribed to the excellent board of school com -
missiouers, who get the best of everything
that can be obtained. They are Judge Mur
dock, Judge Lem ike, surveyor general of
lumber, Proctor, and J. AV. Perdee, with
Mayor Matthews, and a better quartette can
not be found, all being liberal educationists.
Last season they procured the services of V.
G. Curtis, a practical and successful teacher
from the east, as superintendent of schools,
and under his and their care there has been
rapid improvement. Supt. Curtis' first care
was to have the primary schools in good
working order, which he accomplished by
the beginning of this year, and to have the
lessons imparted daily similar the teachers
of the different departments meet at the
office of the board, aud there they go over,
with the superintendent, the lessons to be
taught the pupils. In January last he took
hold of the high school department, and to
that he ha3 added, through the intelligent
and liberal spirit of the board, a
scientific and philosophical department, for
which a room was fitted up in the high school
building at a cost of over $500. The room is
admirably fitted up, and so arranged that
sixteen pupils at one time can put to prac
tical use In the laboratory the lessons taught.
The apparatus is second t'r none in the state,
and, the best Is, the teacher in this depart
ment, Mr. Wilson, is an enthusiast in his
work. He is a graduate of Cornell univer
sits, taking high honors in chemistry and
philosophy. A better selection than he could
not be found. He has added many new feat
ures to the apparatus which he lias himself
manufactured, and which could not have
been procured except at a large outlay. The
success of the school is owing to having a
good board, a practical, energetic superin
tendent,and a Btaffof teachers who love their
profession. Everything is in the best of
order, anrl whatever is for the benefit of the
school is procured.
A burglar entered the resilience ot O. K. Sim
mons Thursday night and stole a silver watch.
He is supposed to have got in by the way of tho
A law and order movement seems to pervade
the air ot thi.s city. >'o modern city government
especially touching the regulation of the liquor
traffic is so good as not to he mended.
John Hawk—son, who is the present inrnm
bent, L. (.'. Smith, an old anrl respected citizen,
and Ii. J. Reed, a red-hot Democrat, are all aspi
rants fur the office of eity treasurer, and a lively
little political bout may he expected.
Wilbur Boothroyd purchased and brought to
this county this week an imported English draft
Stallion that is valued at (2,000.
The St. Paul Presbytery closed an interesting
service in this city la;-t evening.
Newson's Indian Legends
[Special Telegram to the Globe]
Ciiicago, April 17.—Major T. M. Newaon,
of St. Paul has just signed a contract with
Belford, Clark & Co., to issue 50,000 copies
of bis Indian legends aud sketches. As
most of these legends and sketches were
taken from Minnesota our people will be in
terested in the publication. The book will
be illustrated and contain not only a history
of Sitting Bull, but a chapter ou bis recent
Visit to St. Paul.
"Ithas become so common to write the be
ginning of an article, in an elegant, inter
"Then ruu it into Csome advertisement
that we avoid all such,
"And simply enll attention to the merits of
HopBitlers in as plain, houest terms as pos
"To induce people
"To give them one trial, which so proves
their value that tin y will never use anything
'•Tiir Remedy so favorably noticed in all
,'Religious and secular, is
"Haying a large sale, and is supplanting
all other medicines.
"There is no denying the virtues of the
Etop plant, and the proprietors rrf Hop Bit
ter.- bave shown greaL shrewdness
"In compounding a medicine whose vir
tues are su palpable to every one's observa
Did She Die ?
'■She lingered and Buffered along, pining
away all the time for years,"
"Thedoctors < 1 r.i 11-_: her no rood;"
"Aud at last was cored by this Hop Bit
ter- the papers say so much about."
' "Indeed ! Indeed I"
'•Ilrrw thankful we should be for that med
A Daughter's Misery.
'•Eleven years our daughter suffered on a
bed of misery,
"From a complication of kidney, liver.
rheumatic trouble and Nervous debility.
"Under the care of the best physicians,
'•Who give her disease various names,
"But no relief,
"And now she is restored to ns in good
health by as simple a remedy as Hop Bitters,
that we had shunned for years before using
it." —The Pabests.
Father is Getting Well.
"My daughters say:
"How much better father is since he used
"He is getting Well after his long suffer
ing from a disease declared incurable"
••And we are so glad that he used your
A Lady of Utica, N. Y.
219,221,223 First Aye. South.
W. W. BROWN Sole Proprietor.
JAMES WHEELER Manager.
WEEK OP APRIL 14, 1884.
Tie People's Pcplar Kovelty Theatre,
Florence Levanian,Frank Gay, Wallace sisters,
Lew Reynolds, May Smith, Emma Hull, Messrs.
Maurettas and Nealey, Jennie Mason, Xittio
Melville, Eva Ross, Laura Ashby, Lotta Laviere,
Lulu lioy, Bessie Graham, Maggie Dale, Mamie
Yager, Libbie Steavens, Libbie Maretta, May
Holton, Carrie Diamond, Flora Wills, and the
Regular Stock Company.
Matinee every Thursday afternoo n at 2:30 o'clock
HAZEN & CO.,
Real Estate Loans and Business Brokers,
304 First Avenue South,
MIKNEAP0LIS, .... MINN.
We buy, sell and exchange Real Estate, business
places, collect claims, pay taxes, etc.
All kinds hard or soft corns, callouses and bunion
causing no pain or soreness; dries Instantly; will no
soil anything, and never fails to effect a cure. Price
25c; by mall, 80c. The genuine put up in yellow
wrappers and manufactured only by Jos. K. Hofflin,
druggist and dealers in all kinds of Patent Medicines,
Roots, Herbs, Liquors, Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Brushes, etc. Minneapolis Minn.
A TRIUMPH OF SKILL
i&___v__ _i^____c* _!<_/
Prepared from Select Fruits
that yield the finest Flavors.
Have been used for years. Be
come The Standard Flavoring
Extracts. None of Greater
Strength. None of such Perfect
Purity. Always certain to im
part to Calces, Puddings, Sauces,
the natural Flavor of the Fruit.
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, 111., and St. Louis, Mo.,
Ea-ert of I.npiilin Ttait Gemn, Dr. Prler't Crran B—Ul
Powdrr, and Dr. Price'! Caique Perfume..
WE MAKE NO SECOND CRADE COODS.
Who want glossy, luxuriant
and wavy tresses ot" abundant,
beautiful Hair must nse
LION'S KATUAIR0X. This
elegant, cheap articlo always
makes the Hair grow freely
and fast, keeps it from falling
out, arrests and cures gray
ness, removes dandruff aud
itching, makes the Hair
strong, giving it a curling
tendency and keeping it in
any desired position. Beau
tiful, healthy Hair is the sure
result of using Kathairou.
Analysis by Dr. A. Voelcker. F. It. s.. Con
sult lnfg chemist Royal Agricultural Society,
England, shows only a trace of nitrates iu
Blackwell's BuU Durham Tobacco. The s n
Of tbeiiolden lieltof North Carolina. Inwhich
tills tobacco Is grown, don't supply nil r I
the leaf. That is the Becret of us delicious
mildness. Nothing so pure and luxurious tor
smoking. Dont forget the brand. Ndi
nine without t he trade-mark vt the Bull. Ail
de—eta have It.
narlc expressly for
eof derangi stents
- in mistakeabonl
trament, the „_■
i the parts mast
l 1.' in tq
It.) hot r-T,!if'iUllll
this witl Its advertised to core all ills
toe. it i- forthe ONE specific pur
- riving full information, ad
dress Cheever Electric belt Co., 103 Wu-
Btreet, Chicago, 111.
The kidneys act
I purifiers oT the
dood, and when
heir functions are
nterfen d w i t b
hey need toning.
r h ey becomc
>y the use of Hoa
Bitters, when rail
ing short of relief
This Bnperb stimu
lating tonir; «lso
prevents :n.'l nr
f^k fe S7QMACH_^f restsfeverandau'ue
fcg t ll>MB^Sflr jul1 con;it>l,;ltion, liver
*^r I Bt-JM^^^ complaint, dyspep
sia.rheumatism a id
other ailments. Use lt with regularity. Forsile
by all druggUts and dealers generally.
A sure cure for Blind, Bleeding, Itching and
Ulcerated Piles, has been discovered by Dr. Wil
liam, 1 an Indian remedy) called Dr.. WILLIAM'S
INDIAN OINTMENT. A single box has cured
the worst chronic cases of 25 years' standing. No
one need Buffer five minutes after applying this
wonderful soothing medicine. Lotions and in
struments do more harm than pood. William's
Ointment absorbs the tumors, allays the intense
itcliiiiiT, (particularly at night after getting warm
in bed, 1 acts as a poultice, gives instant and pain
less relief, and is prepared only for Piles, Itching
of the -drate parts, and for nothing else. For
sale bv all druggists, and mailed on receipt of
price, $1. N( iVKs !:i:0S. di C'L'TLER,Wholesale
Agent, St. Paul, Minn.
GEO. A. CLARKE,-
Real Estate, Loan & Insarance Biter
Office under Citizens' Xational Bank.
O. R. MATHER,
CONTRACTOR JLYD BOLDER,
Manufacturer of Red and Cream Brick, and dealer
n all kinds of Mankato Stone. Quarry and Works,
Sort Front street.
MAXEATO, MINN. 97
GEORGE W. GETTY,
EOWBOHS AND OARS FOR SALE. .
WHITE BEAR, .... M1>'X
Notice for Judgment.
OmrE oFTnnCirr —nuHnmta, I
St. Pal:., ___, April 17, 1884. (
I will make application to the District Court in
and for tbe co—ity >f Ramsey and stats nt Min
nesota, at the 1 . term I. ■■•! Saturday, Hay
", i^--t. at the Court Boose, in m. Paid, Min
nesota, f')r judgment against tho several
real estate embr* ed tn ; i warrant in my hands
for the collection of unpar.l -. with
hereon for the h,:
All in the tiry ot St. I'aul. county of Bamscy,
le of Minnesota where all pt-r-
Tested may attend and be heard.
The assessmi nl of tn n flts, cost and expenses
-Tacti.)!:. relaying and re
iota, nnder contract of PeteT Berkey, (estimates
I ir term beginning April 1, A. 1).
1888, and ending November 1. I -
The fo <e s
names, a description ol ty in front of
which walks hare been built, relaid or •
and the 11:1101.: igainstthe 1 .
Supposed Owner and
rir tcription A--ui't
T Wilson, Commencing at>*W corner of
Eleventh and Wal its; thence
N 80 tl; thence at rightangli s W 15 ft to
line of Guerin'a land, th
lir.e to a point oa Eleventh street 334 f:
frr.m beginning; thence L.:;:' ; fi :>> be
glnnmg. $17 98
Park Place A , i'aul.
description. Lol A ism t.
M K Morris
HenryO'Gorman, W Mot 82
". : 1
v «nil 0 of .
Snpposed owner and Am'1 "f
description Lol Ai -int.
L E Hoyt :,
Board of Education 7 '.-1 84
\\ eat St. i
-r d owner Am't of
■: Lol Block.
1 iten 1 00 S15. M
■•. ie 3 '• 1
Same I 03
i' II Wither—, W K of., . 8 11
E Langovin a 30 7U
Snpposed owner and Am't of
Amelia Brentel 10 17 08
Carl II Waschneck,
ft of \ " 3 10 s7
Beb's Addition I . M. I'aul.
Snpposed owner and Am't of
ptlon. Lot Block.
—Schmidt 7 19 18 84
Michel's Snbdlvision'ol Block 11, Mason's Di
vision, -;. ''.nil.
Snpposed r>v. • Am't of
description. I :. Block. Assm't
FredPomplun ...SO -' Si7 95
Same M I 17 94
.1 Pomplum ;• 9 17 tn
l.n.r -i Spill er -4 1 Sl-t 48
Same 11 1 17 'J5
On &. Sherhnr: lo St. l'lllll.
! owner and Ain't nt
desi ription. Lot Block. A- im't
a Dahl 1 -s: 1 /. 88
■ • A Mann and A L
11 al B 18 40
■ and same B -•-'
Same ami same tr) I IK 48
I.anra M Mead 1
Tinker's A : H Panl.
Snpposed oti ner and Ai.rt ol
Description. Lot Block,
rim Beard m 1 1
Kice tt Irvine's ArMi ion to St. Paul.
Snpposi r1 o~ ner and Am't of
i'lirui. Block. Assm't
LRCapeharl IU r>."r £89 ro
Wm Brown, Jr 'j 55 30 3U
11 in I, e sod Irvine's Addi
tion tn Bt . .ml.
Snpposed own< r and Am't of
descri] Lot. Block- Afeam t.
:; \\ bitacrc 1 Except I'.'l
ft and Fifth St.) 'J M $19 30
Winst rii's Subdivision r,r ■ ,f ] l)t
La-nlir 1)1:1 . m. I'aul.
■ 'i owner and Am't of
K Annie Olson 5 |52 i; , ;
s;'n'" fl ia 00
"i"!"'. ,0 18 -,;'
M Pfeifer, N 88 ft of y >j y<>
Whltacre, Brisbine .v. Mullen's Subdivlstotiof
Lota I ami ■_'. !. ■ ■- riutlotH In
Snpposed owner and \, n -t 0 (
. . description. Lot. Assm't
r- and J. H.Jacob:
Andrew O'Ronrke 37 50
Olivier's Addltioi Paul.
downer and Am't of
description. i;;..r-k. Assm't
tvin .' a II sis 11
"-"'"' 1 is [8 18
B C Il'ir-ur'.i 1 10 44 -jo
Snpposed owner and Am't of
descriptir n. I Block. Ar-mi.
- E Fowler ;u 9 I
D LStewart 7 I 3 oh
a A Looby '\ '.< -,j 81
P K McDonell t '.0 •\; 08
Wm Dawson ' I 10 18 10
Frank I'aul ::j 10 18 10
West Bt. Paul Proper.
owner and Am't of
description. Lot, Block. Al m r,
■I Bca—u- 1 101 854 81
PGraubmann .10 101 ,r.t :;:
• 1 . O'Goi mm 1 99
B lardof Edur ntion 10 '.r7 i
Wm l)ir kman 1 DO 54 38
Same, w.-j of 8,9<~10 90 80 81
Summit Park Addition to Saint Paul,
Supposed owner and Am't of
description. Lot. Block. Assovt
•I W White ; '_' $j 1 j;
Same .; 2 1147
Same ."> •,» : 1 .| S
I V D Heard B 8 14 :, ;
-'a Heard II :i \\ .\<.\
Same 11 , 1 | .-.,
I V \) Heard I .'2
Same .; 8 ] | ;, (l
Same It -J
1 5 111
5 14 04
Same .: 8 14 04
Same 4 ft 11 r; j
Same 5 ft 14 04
WD Cornish i> ft 14 49
Peter GiUen 7 5 11 ig
WmThompson 8 5 14 40
Same !i 5 14 4!)
C K Sutton ~' 8 :1 17
Same 8 S 14 47
Jas C Stout 11 8 14 50
Same 1-i 8 14 50
JC Green 3 17 11 17
Same 4 17 11 47
Same 0 17 14 4s
Same 7 17 11 1:1
Same 8 17 14 49
Same 9 17 14 fi
Same 10 ' 17 1140
Same tl 17 1; :,ii
Same r—■ 17 14 80
Same 13 17 11 50
Same 14 17
Stinson's re-arrancrern- nt >i Block 4.", Lyman
Dayton's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and Am't of
description. Lot. Assm't
Jas Stinson 1 -J
s»n>e 15 89 08
Same IB _g qq
Same 17 _9 03
• Tinker's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and im't of
de* ription. Lot. Block. Assm't
!! W Gntsehe, N'Vy H ->t
1 wVxm _ _ jo 75
Leech s Auditor. St. P_uL
bnpposed on-nc rand Am't of
description. Lot. B'urk. _
Mary MeDermott, X CO ft
' of S i
of 8SJ of s ,. ., : 0 .
•ew, TX% <rf sjf ot
p*i "f ? G
mey : 5
KackoUn _ Mars-Ol'a Addition to St. :
Supposed own": and Am't of
Prion. Block. _
I I. B irie, - ■ .••» ft of ■::, j
ft of jj ;
Sam-, 9 180 ft of_ 7
OHnrrasi i -.o 7 17 Tl
Joe and .
ft ot \V '-, of 17 7 <; 1
■' I '. 7
H Greve ; .
John SI 0
-BI ., hart 83 0
Vt H \Vorthi-.:rtr>:i 80 17 T.t
Samo 89 10 -"St
II Brew -j; 10
A 1: t .■ ;• hart 81 to
_[ Sherman ■■.!> in'
M V I.orin .1 11 17 78
Bame t 11
■ I.orin B : t
Same g 11
11 -1 11 14
Sana- 1;, U
Loal it msel i 18
■l PGi .')
A 1: 1 npi. _t ::• n 1
t 1 -• 17 73
M C Hamm011 0 19
\ i: 1 apeh in is 19
Thomas LeaUjr 8 11
.V 1; Capehart B 11 I
Greenleaf Clark '.» it
Same to it
Same 19 11
It I] 80 48
P O'Brien 99 Ifi »7
C I. Norton 37
i! ■'• Koemple 81 11 05
■ • • 80
B .1 Brack n -' 17 71
. B fi of IS S S7
like & [rvine'a Addition to St. I'aul.
Supposed owner and
.ition. Lot. Block,
.-on 5 M
Irvine's Enlargement to Rice Si Irvino'3 Audi
Supposed owner and Am't of
ptlon. Lot. Block. _
Aiuundu 'lurubull 1 0J '^j t'J
Terry's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner aud Atn'tof
Iptton. Lot. Block. 4
Dawson >t smith :> 11
Same and tame B 11
BachelHop— —1 7 14 Bah 8 23
Johnstoie's Snbalvia—p of Bla
Dayton's Addition to St. I'aul.
Supposed owner and Am't ot
description. Lot* Assm't.
HBFalrcl—d -—.... 18 820 10
Jac Ehnnantraut 10 '
Kmily Huntington 80
Same .': 89 IT Jti
Winslow's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner aud Am'to,
description. T. ■:. 1
Theo Beninget (S'ly of
I'r.rt-r.i 5 1 $19 77
Same (S'ly of Fort St.), \V
51 ft. ot 4 1 45 U
Leech's Outlots to St. TaoL
Supposed owner and Am't of
<k'~i ription. Lot.
Johanna (Mcrtierk, foTcopt B I '
ft. i that part Sly of Fort Bt of B
Y t of _ B a ot i $!-> 3d
Leech's Addition to St. PauL
Supposed owner and
descri ■ Lot. Block.
ir Grevi I (8 Ij of Port St.) 7 B
of FortSt,) G 9 40 t7
Mayall's subdivision of block t, Whitney &
Smith's addition, oml of block 17, Bob
crt _ Kunilall'-i addition to
Supposed owner and Am't of
ription. T it.
J A Stees et al 1
Irvine's Enlargement to Biro & Irvine's addl>
tion to St. I'aul.
Supposed owner and Am't ot
:>tiou. I. it. 1
Marion C Cole 'J 60
Irvlno's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and Am't ot
Description. Assm t.
HSFairc—ld. Cninmoncin!; nt a point on
N'ly line rrf Summit svenne whr re W'ly
line of lol 18, bloi 1. 8, Irvine's addition
one; thence N ly along the W liar- ..r
lot- I 1 and is In
to rglehart strert; thence W'ly al
Sly line of Iglehart streel 12 I. t 1
thence S'ly to a pomt In Summit svenne,
120 feet WTy from place of beginning;
1! nee E'ly to beginning
Robert & Randall's Addition to St. Taul.
Supposed ownor and Am't of
iption. Lot. I
WmF Davidson 0 11
Lamprey's Subdivision of' Part of Block 11, Rob
ert & Randall's Addition to St. l'aal.
Supposed owner and
description. Lo f.
Breen & Young B
A P Warren 4 »t 891
Same 3 31 03
Winslow's Addition to St. Taul.
Supposed owner and Am't of
description. Lot. Block. Assm't
Theo lk-ninL-er 6 5 :
Bame, w dt.-'-io ft of 7 5
Ramsey's Subdivision of W \', of Block 20, Stin
son, Brown & Iiaiascy's Additon to
Supposed owner and Am't of
description. Lot Assm't
OStahlman, (8'lyol FortSt) 10
Bame, (Except FortSt) 'J
Same, (Except Fort St; S
; Same 6
! Same 3
1 L - n
Warren _ Winslow's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and Am't ot
ription of Lot. Block. .
T ASIcs T, 1 ;
Frank B Bass 8 1
,T A and W M Stees 0 1
Sameandsame 10 1
M Ganteer, lot 2 of Ewing and Chutes 1
Subdivision of Lots G and 7, block 1,
All in the City of St. Panl, County of Bamdcy,
State of Miun
GEORGE REIS, City Treasurer.
OB ATE FUL—COMPORTIXO.
"By a thorough knowledge of tha natural laws
which govern tbe opt 1 -> <—d nu
trition, and by a careful .
properties of well-t
provided our break:'
flavored beverage wfc
doctor'a MD*. It Is by the
; articles of diet that a eonstitO—>n may I
I ally built ii|» until strong enough
tendency ol disease. Hut ■■.-'-.
ertherr - Int, We may escape many a
fatal shaft by keeping r.r. fwriitied
with pure blood and a properly nourished Ira—u."
Made simply with boiling water or mi!'
intin9only(!-C. and I
i JAMES E-Tii & tli'i' ' i--