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The Minneapolis office of the Daily Qlobk has
been removed to 213 Hennepin avenue.
The Daily Glube
can be found on sale every morning at the fol
lowing news stands :
Xicollet House news stand, St. James Hotel
news Btand, J. W. Ayers, South Third street
between Nicoliet and Hennepins avenue, W. E.
Gerrish, COl South Washington avenue, W. H.
Stickney, 017 Cedar avenue, 11. J. Worth, oppo
site Manitoba depot. Geo. A. Morse, 206 Central
avenue, E. A. Taylor, 286 Hennepin avenue, O.
R. Murphy, 206 Heunepin avenue, 11. Uoefluer,
1221 Washington avenue north, and Uedderly &
Co,, 55 Central avenue.
The sale of seats for M. B. Curti3' "Spot
Cash," begins at the Opera btmse this
An insane man who was being taken to
St. Peter from Wright couuty was in the lock
up last night.
Thirty warranty deeds were yesterday filed
with the register of deeds, the considerations
Of which amounted to $37,895.
The funeral of Robert L. Moore takes place
from his late residence, 512 Third avenue
6outh, this afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Laraway ite King, one of the oldest manu
facturing firms in the city, yesterday applied
to the district court for a dissolution of part ■
uership. By mutual consent S. H. Harris
was appotnted receiver.
Owen Kelly, John Donahue, John Conners
and Grant Streugham, who assaulted Officer
Cole Sunday morning on Cedar avenue, were
arraigned in the municipal court. Their
hearing was 6et for this morning and the
bonds fixed at €50 each.
The friends of Burt Kin delin, the young
man who is supposed to have been drowned
Sunday, were yesterday engaged in dragging
the river for hi.s body, but without success, j
Footprints were found leading from where
his clothes were found to the river, so there
is but iittle doubt that he was drowned while
Articles of incorporation of the Grand
Army Mutual Relief association were yester
day tiled with the register of deeds. The
corporation will have no capital stock, but
periodical assessments will be made upon the
members for sustaining current expenses
and the payment of death losses. Tut trus
tees are Albert E. lligbee, Christopher C.
Ziegler, Joseph 11. Kogers, Sumner Ladd.
ti. G. Hicks.
M I N NKAroEIS I'KKSONALS.
F. D. Hobbs and wife, Washington, are in
the city lor a few days.
J. II Kerrick is off on a flying business
triji to Indianapolis. Ind.
tJ.n. W. T. Sherman, Miss Rachel Sher
man, Mrs. P. T. Sherman are at the West.
E. J. Taft and- wife, Fargo; A. G. Mow
bray, Winotia; John Carson, Belfast, Ireland,
are registered at the Nicollet.
Mrs. Lucy Goode, who has been occupying
one of the Kerrick cottages at Lake Park,
left for Sidney 1 lowa, this morning.
J. J. Tracy, Grand Forks; N. Wordson,
St.- Joseph; Marcus P. Hayuc, Aitkin, were
northwestern people at the Nicoliet yester
Mrs. J. Webster and son, Mrs. F. E. Hard
ing, Mrs. Geo. Parsons, Miss Ann Brayman
compose a party from New Orleans stopping
at the West.
Miss Jennie Dickinson, lndianapolis, Ind.,
is the guest of Mr. aud Mrs. John Thorn
burgh, and will remain here uutil the latter
part of September.
Miss Calla Ilowells, Richmond, Ind., sis
ter of the artist. Miss Clara Ilowells, has
come among us to stay, and will, at the ear
liest possible moment, organize a music
Ed. A. Stevens, who returned Sunday from
a trip to St. Louis, reports that I. O. O. F. all
.along the line arc coming in good numbers
to Minneapolis during the session of the Sov
ereign Grand Lodge.
Many of the banks of the city, all in fact
but one or two, have been magnanimous
enough this year to grant their employes
frc>m,,one to two weeks' vacation. The same
may be said of the leading mercantile firms.
John I'auton, head of the luce department
nt Goodfellow it Eastman's, together with
several other parties, hail-fellow well met,
are oil on a week's vacation, taking in the
Dells of the St. Croix and other places of in
terest within a radius of a hundred miles of
the twin cities.
Isn't it about time that the powers that be
remove the arches at the intersection of
Washington and Nicollet avenues and from
In front of the Syndicate block! They are
no longer things of beauty and certainly can
not be a joy forever. Let them come down:
they have tilled their mission.
Mr. E- C, Martin, editorof the Richmond,
Ind., Telegram, and wife, after a pleasant
neck's sojourn at Hotel Lafayette, Luke
Minnctouka, departed for home yesterday
via Dulutli and Lake Superior. Mr. Martin
is a versatile and interesting writer and the
Teltyrum is among the best weeklies pub
lished in the Hoosier state.
Prof. Birdsall will open classes for instruction
in the theory and practice of music, at No. 2
Washington avenue south, to convene as follows:
For adults, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday
evening! at Bp. in. ; for children at 2p. in. daily
until the city schools commence. Terms mod
erate. Parents, and educators are always wel
come visitors. M
NKW CASKS FILED.
19133. O. M. Laraway vs. Geo. S. King;
action to dissolve a partnership; S. A. Harris
appointed receiver to make an accounting.
19140. Mathias Funk vs. the city of Min
neapolis; action to recover for services in
19141. Janney, Semple & Co. vs. F. E.
Scott; suit ou a promisor; note for $72.
19142. Oscar Koos vs. Erlck Johnson.
11)144. Essenc & Hopper vs. R. G. Wal
19145. Winston & Lovejoy vs. John Mc-
1«14C. ' Meagher Bros. vs. F. C. Roberts
| Before Judge Ucland.]
Estate of Gust. lugslrotn ; petition of let
ters tiled; hearing Sept 15.
Estate of Julia D. Eddy: same.
Estate of Ada L. Bryant; petition to prove
will tiled; hearing Sept. 15.
Estate of Own Sli-vin; petition - for set
tlement and distribution tiled; hearing
Sept, 15. . /
M u ic i |vi / Mir/.
[Before Judge Mahoney.]
John Clark, drunkenness; paid a fine in
Alex. Wilson, Gilbert Clark and John
Martin, drunkenness: committed ten days.
'Ben Ecker, A. Hubert, John Anderson
•nit Peter Carlson, drunkenness; paid fines
in $7.50 each.
All. Sogaaa, druokenncss; committed ten
Henry Barrett, selling liquor without a li
cense, jury trial; found guilty; fined $50 and
costs aud committed sixty days.
Albert ScbaefTer, saloon open on Sunday;
Wm. Dittman, selling liquor without a li
couse: continued until September 1, in $300
J. W. Harrington, selling liquor without a
license; paid aline in $50 ami costs; sen
tence *ixtv days imprisonment remitted.
"Win.'O'llearne, selling liquor without a
license; sentence suspended.
John Gullighcr, rVt ' Lyons and H. Mor
• quodt, sellinir liquor without a license; con
tinued In $300 bonds each.
Owen Kelly, John Donahoe, John Con
ner*. Grant Stremphum, assault and battery;
coutlnucd until to morrow, in $50 bonds
each. ' . ■
Thank* to the Xinnea/>oliM Firemen. '
In the report of the Anoka fire some state- ;
ments have Ix-cu made reflecting on the ef
ficiency of the portion of * the Minneapolis
department which went to . the r rescue." : , A
Gi.onf reporter from this city who visited
vAnc&ft on Sunday found no feeling but < that
. of gratitude ami praise for > the • promtitude
with which Minneapolis reaoocded to their '
call for help, and the : . very effective work,
done by the firemen and steamer from this
city. Tho engine left the St. Anthony junc
tion at 3:43 a. m. made the run in c 22 min
utes, and in 35 j mutes from the time <- of
leaving Minneapolis was at work on the fire,
and did not leave until there was no further
need. The record speaks for itself (without
attempting to disparage the ■ work :. done by
any other department) as the following letter
received last evening by Chief Stetson abund
antly testifies. '•_. V
Minneapolis, Aug. 16. .
J. F. Stetson, Chief of Minneapolis Fire De
partment. ~" m- ■
' '■ I desire to extend to you and through you
to the' fire department of Minneapolis ;my
most sincere and heartfelt thanks for their
prompt and energetic service rendered at
the fire at An oka on Saturday morning, and
especially for the almost superhuman efforts
made, which resulted I am satisfied in sav
ing my saw mill • property and a large
amount of sawed lumber. ' ; ;■ > , :; .
■^ Please present my warmest thanks to the
brave boys there on duty. Sincerely yours,"
• ,- -.'.'Ay. D. Washbukn.
THE ODD FALLOWS. ..
Proposed Entertainment of the Sovereign
On occasion of the meeting next month,
in this city, of the Sovereign Grand Lodge I.
0. O. F. ji there will be no parade ' or public
demonstration. " Instead, the local com
mittee of arrangements has provided for an
excursion to Lake Minnetonka, on Saturday,
September 13. While the officers and mem
bers of the Sovereign Grand lodge,and ladies
accompanying them, will be the especial
guests of the occasion, the arrangemets con
template the sale of tickets to all Odd Fel
lows and Daughters of Rebecca who desire
to take part in the festival. Special railway
rates . are to be ; secured for visitors
from all points in the northwest and j all who
apply for tickets in time will have abundant
room and accommodation on the excursion.
The programme of the day includes,' a com
plete tour of the lake, a dinner for the prin
cipal guests and lunch for all others on the
excursion and afterdinner speeches by Grand
Sire Leech and others, Tickets from the ex
cursion from St. Paul or Minneapolis to Lake
Minnetonka and return, including ' steamer
ride: For gentleman, $1.25; for lady, 75
cents, for child under 12 years, 50 cents.
Lunch tickets, 50 cents. : . .
The sale of seats for "Spot Cash" opens
this morning at the Grand.
There was only a fair attendance at the
Grand last evening upon the occasion of
Prof.Birdsall's benefit. -While he certainly
deserved a crowded house, still all things
considered not much more could have been
"TRIAL BY jury,"
at the Grand, for the benefit of the "Shelter
ing Arms," this evening, should call out a
large audience. The best of local talent will
take part and the object is a very worthy one.
In addition to the operetta the following
grand concert will be given : - ?fij _\ -'
1. Danz'4 Orchestra
2. The Message 1 Blumenthal
Mr. William Patten. ..
3. Jewel Song ("Faust") ..Gounod
• , Miss Lillian Eiuertine.Stoddard. '•■
4. Duet for piano and organ from "Bohemian
Girl". : ..;..... . .Balfe
Mrs. M: A. Paulson, organ. Mr. G. Johnson,
5. Lo Tamera... Vannine
K. W. Porter.
6. Sextette ("Lneia") Donizette
Miss Stoddard, Mrs. White, Mr. Patten, Mr. '. T.
J. Burke, Mr, Gustavus Hall, Mr.
A. W. Poster.
The. lAfjunr Cases.
The morning was consumed yesterday in
the municipal court in efforts to get a jury
for the case of Henry Barrett, charged with
selling liquor. In the afternoon a jury was
finally obtained, and a verdict of guilty
rendered. Judge Mahoney thereupon sen
tenced him to sixty days in jail, $50 fine and
J. W. Harrington, selling liquor without a
license, paid a Hue of $50 aud costs, the sen
tcuce of sixty days iv jail being remitted.
A jury to try the case against Albert
Scbaffler was obtained in the afternoon, and
a hearing commenced at S o'clock in the
evening. Ebert, Schaffer's attorney, moved
for dismissal upon the ground of a l!aw in
the com plaiut, which charged SSehailer with
violating both the state law and the ordi
nance. The motion was overruled and the
T. W. Woolaey, a janitor, and J. S. Sea
inonson, a policeman, testified that they
drauk beer at Schaffer's garden ou Sunday
evening, August 10.
Schaffer swore that he had not sold beer
on Sunday, but sold coflee.
His bartender, John Vogel, testified to the
CoL Hicks, acting as prosecuting attorney,
charged Schalfer with perjury iv summing
The cane was given to the jury at 10:30
o'clock, and alter an hour's wrangle they re
turned with the statement that they could
not agree, whereupon Col. Hicks moved the
dismissal of the case.
Schaffer has a spacious beer garden at
1,057 South Sixth street. Sunday eveniugs
he has given so-called sacred concerts, at
which fine music was furnished. These
coucerts were attended by a good
class of citizens and no disturbance has ever
lieeu reported. The arrest of the proprietor
was in accordance with the iron-clad regula
tions now governing the city, which makes
it a matter of fine and imprisonment for a
saloon keeper to sell a glass of beer on Sun
Col. Hicks gives as his reason for dismiss
itic; the case that the complaint charged
Schaffer with keeping his saloon open on
Sunday, whereas the saloon was closed aud
the beer selling took place in a garden.
[Special Correspondence of the Globe.]
Shakoi'ek, Aug. IS. — The rain came. -
Wheat is turning out excellent.
11. J. Chevro, county surveyor, died Sun
day morning of heart disease.
Democratic county convention to elect
delegates to Glencoe to-morrow. -
Burglars went through the depot , Friday
night but did not get rich.
Capt: White, of the government printing
department, is the guest of Major Strait.
"Ben," (the regenerated "Jim") the
Cedar Lake correspondent of the Belle
Plain Herald is awfully wrathy, because we
explained to him that he did not live in Rice
county. Now Ben, (regenerated Jim) don't
get wrathy; don't fly off your base; take it
cool; why should you get • excited? Is not
Cedar Lake in the same representative dis
trict as Belle Plaine? But come, why don't
you come to the point? Don't" side "track;
don't try to evade an inquiry by pitching
into the county officials. Ben, (regenerated
Jim) give us the name of one German Dem
ocrat in Cedar Lake or New Market, who
voted for Hancock in ISSO who" intends to
vote for Blalne in ISS4. That is the point;
assertions don't count; give us facts; stick
to the text. No, Ben, (regenerated Jim)
the county officials don't pretend or claim to
have a mortgage on any back-wood's . voters,
or any voter, you are off there. You
are off . again when you say that
a certain county, -official docs
not know you. .He does. , He knows you
well. He knows that you tried ■ to : defeat
him when he ran. 2 He knows that you did
not succeed. He knows that you will try
again, if you have the chance. He does not
depend upon you; he depends upon men
.who- do not vote for Butler.. Ben, (regener- '
ated Jim), owing to my explanation you now
know in which : representative district yon
live: but why do you persist in getting town
lines mixed } Belle ; Plaine ' docs ! not even
abut Cedar Lake, a' whole township inter
venes. . Belle Plaine is - not in Cedar Lake;
then why date your letters Cedar" Lake ? • Tell
us why, Benny. ; Now, . Ben, (regenerated
Jim), don't get off -: the train again. Vote
for • your squint-eyed >■ name-sake, " ; If - you
! choose, but don't perpetrate any more frauds
| on the German Democrats of - this county by
claiming that, they will vote for Blalne or
, Butler. Remember, Ben, (regenerated Jim)
, th.it the German Democrats will vote ; for
Cleveland, ... and \ the 4 returns In Novembor
will show you, ■ and ; others :of -■■ your ilk, how
the Germans stand on all officials, represen
\ tative included.
THE ST. PAUL DAILY GLOBE. TUESDAY MORNING,AUGUSTI9,IBB4.
THE O LOU 10 AT STILL WATER.
The Globe hns established a permanent office
in the city of Stillwater, in charge of Mr. Peter
Begg, who takes the management of the bnainoss
interests of the paper, its city circnlation, cor
eßpondence, etc. Communications of local newa
and all matter for publication may be left at the
Stillwater Globe office, 110 Main street, Excel
sior block, up stairs, or may be addressed to
Peter Begg, P. O. box 1034, and will receive
The water at the bridge is only a foot and
two inches above low water mark, and still
The Nina left yesterday morning with a
raft of loss for the Lyons Lumber company,
sold to them by Chas. Bean.
The city council will meet this evening,
when it looks as if some pretty lively busi
ness will be before them.
Mr. C. F. Dinsmore, gate keeper at the
prison, who has been east visiting his friends
for the past few weeks, was on duty again
Mr. Thompson, of Horton & Co., Wew
York, accompanied by his son, was in the
city yesteaday. The Hon. D. M. Sabin had
him in charge.
Matt Clark's mill that was shut down lor a
couple of days, started again yesterday
morning with a full force. She is doing
some fine work.
Yesterday the district court was present in
the persons of Judge McCluer and Clerk
Bennett, but no clients appeared to have
their cases adjudicated.
Mr. J. D. Ludden, a former old resident
of Stilhvater, but now in the real estate busi
ness in St. Paul, was in the city yesterday,
renewing his acquaintanceship with his
many old friends.
Mayor Mathews has returned from his trip
down the river. He reports log matters as
very dull, and it was next to an impossibility
to make sales: Logs are to plentiful for the
Mine host Lowell and wife, of the Sawyer
house, and his brother Jotham left on Sun
day evening for Castleton, D. T., where the
latter has a son engaged extensively in
farming. They will make a good visit.
Mr. Geo. F. Sabin, of Marine, was in the
city yesterday. He reports that the rains on
Saturday evening and Sunday did much to
improve corn ami root crops, and that the
damage done to grain in shock is very slight.
Sol Smith Russell will undoubtedly have a
full house at the Grand opera on Saturday
evening, as we hear so many say they are
going. His company is good and he is ex
cellent,and those who attend will pass a very
A large party of St. Louis ladies and gen
tlemen were in the city yesterday. They put
up at the Sawyer house, and took in the
sights about the city. They visited the prison
and were shown everything worthy of note
in that busy place.
During the progress of the squall accom
panying the rain storm on Saturday, the
large sign on the establishment of Ph. Muel
ler cc Son was blown down, and came within
a few inches of striking Joseph Mueller. It
is in position again.
We regret to learn of the sudden illness of
Capt. Ben Knapp's wife on Sunday evening.
She came down from Oceola on Saturday
night, and was to have returned yesterday
morning. She is now at the residence of
Police Oificer Yorks, 308 South Second street.
The steamer Robert Dodds, of St. Louis,
has been collecting the several portions of
her lumber raft from the Schulenburg,
Bocckler Lumber Co. yesterday, and getting
them together below Matt Clark's mill, for an
early start south this morning. Her raft
will be a very largo one.
Mrs, Lobb, who keeps a boarding house
just north of the Methodist church on Third
street, has had 'i wire from the district tele
graph oilice run to her house for the accom
modation of her boarders. This is tt luxury
in hot weather, especially when the street*;
about the city are so very steep.
The floor of the roller skating rink is being
reluid with all speed and by Saturday even
ing the rink will be in about a tit state for
opening. The painting is progressing well
and the delicate lihic color, when 6triped in
gay colors, will make the rink most attrac
tive. Now for cold weather and the open
A social with literary entertainment and
refreshments will be held in the Methodist
Episcopal church next Thursday evening.
There- will be no charge for admission to the
entertainment. Refreshments, consisting
of coffee and sandwiches, ice cream and
cakes, will be served in the parlors at small
cost. They will have pure cream and big
County Clerk Bennett returned yesterday
from a two days fishing excursion to Chisago
lake. He does not boast of his success in
catching the finny tribe, but the people hero
are well aware of his modesty. As he did
not fall off in flesh any, he must have had
his meals regularly. The big strings of fish
he brought home we are pleased to say did
not fatigue Lim much.
At the municipal court yesterday Nels
Ormson, for being druuk and disorderly, got
nine days in the jug. Joseph Delory got
drunk and got seven days, whilst John Swan
son, for the same offense, got a like number
of days. The case of Gould against Yorka
was dismissed at the request of the com
plainant's attorney. We understand Ihe
case will be tried before a justice of the pence
in a neighboring town. But time will tell.
The three Willner brother* and Thomas
Anderson, machinists, with the Northwestern
Manufacturing & Car Co., leave to-night for
a visit to their native land, Sweden. They
leave by the Chicago, Milwaukee «fc Bt. Paul
road, thence by the Pennsylvania Central
from Chicago, and leave New York on Satur
day by the Arizona. Nela. N. Johnson pro
cured the tickets for them. They were steady
workmen, and are well Bxed for such a trip
and a winter's stay in the old land.
On Sunday the barbes, of this city, played
a game of base ball with the Lohmans at lake
Elmo. The knights of the razor.having
their razors well strapped, and using lots of
lather, were able to shave the lake Elmo
boys, although it looked as if the edge got
pretty well worn off as the score stood 14 to
13. This was not much not to brag on,
but it gave them the game. This morning
several of them felt pretty lame and
they cannot flourish their arms as artisti
cally as they usually do.
Police Officer York was, yesterday morn
ing, the means of saving the life a little
child of Mrs. Hayes, on Second street. It
seems the little toddler was making his way
across the street, and a farmer's wagon was
coming. The officer called to the farmer to
stop, but as he did not understand English
he kept on. At last the excitement of the
officer made ita way through bis thick skull,
and he was stopped just as his horses threw
the child down. It was a narrow escape.
There was a good attendance from this
city to the basket picnic, under the auspices
of the Ancient Order of Hibernians at White
Bear lake yesterday morning, notwithstand
ing the threatening aspect of the weather.
They had a pleasant day, as the misty rain
that fell was so little it did not mar the pleas
ures of the day. Everything went off as
pleasant as a marriage bell, and all returned
ls.st evening safe and sound. Chief Murray
wr.s master of ceremonies, and what be
takes hold of b&s to come to a successful is
Greer — Gordox. — Married by the Rev. T.
MeClary. at the home of the bride's parents.
South Fourth street, Aug. IS, at 8 p. m.. Mr.
Samuel J. Greer to Miss Jennie Gordon, both
of this city. The parents and immediate
relatiTes. with many invited guests of the
happy couple were present. The beautiful
and impressive ceremony of the Methodist
Episcopal church was used. The presents
were many and the repast served was sump
tuous, and ■•all went merry as a marriage
bell." Mr. and Mrs. Greer are well and fa
: vurabii ko&wn in Stiilwater, and we are glad
they will make this their home, Mr. Greer
having purchased a residence on Soutu
In to-morrow's issue we expect to attend to
a few of our business houses.
At present there are six patients in the city
hospital, three men and three women.
Wanted — To rent, a good house and barn
for a term of years. Apply to A. Rohr
On Saturday evening Mrs. Dr. Marshall
lost a gold braclct, snake style, between Oak
park and the city. Any one finding it will
please, leave it at Honing & Millard'a drug
store, and be rewarded. .
Last week Receiver Brown and J. N. Cas
tle went off chicken hunting, and are ex
pected back about Thursday morning. How
the feathered tribes will suffer when they are
after them, as they are old stagers. They
both need a rest from business cares.
The shipments still continue up to its old
high standard by the Northwestern Manufac
• turing & Car company, as the week ending
Aug. 16, shows: Sixty separators, thirty-five
horsepowers and twenty-four engines, many
of which are just finished. This represents
quite a sum of money.
Mr. Jos. Sebupp has just returned from a
trip over the Northern Wisconsin road hav
ing visited all the towns on its line, and also
Ashland, Bayfield and Wasburn, the new
city, where the railway will next winter and
spring expend a half million in wharves,
elevators, etc. He reports the prospects as
good in all the towns visited.
Yesterday morning on the arrival of the
9 :20 a. m. train on the Omaha road, the en
gineer made some extra blowing of his en
gines whistle causing some three or four
teams attached to cabs and busses at the
station to start to run away. One of Judd
Orff's carriages was overturned in the mud,
which was the only mischief that occurred.
Mr. A. G. Triebel, the new partner in the
firm of Jon. Schupp and Sons yesterday, let
the contract for the erection of a residence
for him on Fourth street, next Mr. Schupp's,
to Mr. Wm. May for $2,800. Mr. Suther
land's tender was $2,553 and Northy Bros.,
$2,934. This is pretty close competition.
The building will be of wood, and of modern
design. It will make quite an addition to
On Sunday a party of young folks, princi
pally girls, were taking a ride in the country,
when, in passing a farmer's orchard, they
became covetous of the apples inside the en
closure. One of the young girls in trying to
reach some off the fence fell to the ground
with such force as to be rendered insensible,
and had to be carried into the farmer's
house, where means were taken to revive
her. This was difneut to do, but with liberal
use of whisky externally and internially, she
recovered so as to bu able to ride home.
She ached badly yesterday morning and the
whisky gave her a big head. Apples have
wrought much evil to mankind.
Yesterday the Pioneer Pj'ess had a some
what elaborate article on the reorganization
of the Northwest Manufacturing and Car
company, stating that on Friday last there
was a meeting of the stockholders, and that
new directors and officers were elected, and
giving the modus operand! of the whole pro
ceedings. Except in that there was no re
orgination of the compauy, no meetirg of
the stockholders, and no election of directors
and officers, the article in question may be
said to be correct. It is a pretty well got up
article, and the only fault to find with it is,
it was manfactured out of whole cloth and
wholly imaginary. When any changes are
made the Gloile will be on hand to give re
liable information. A representative of the
Globe saw the principal stockholders and di
rectors of the company in the city yesterday
who emphatically deny any changes, and
that there was no meeting called or held by
Mr. Sabin or any other stockholder. Mr.
Sabin thinks that there are parties in St.
Paul who know more about his affairs and
the doings of the stockholders here than they
We copy the following from the Journal, of
Aug. 12, published at Newburg, N. V.,
where Dr. Carroll, of this city, has been for
some time, and it shows that the popular
Presbyterian divine of this city is, as usual,
electrifying the people by his eloquence:
"On Sabbath morning Trinity M. E. church
was largely attended. The service was con
ducted by Rev. Dr. Carroll. In addition to
the regular congregation, all the churches
were well represented. The service was very
impressive, and tho sermon one of great
power, from Daniel v. C.
"In the evening so great was the throng,
that before the hour of service the building
was crowded — aisle, gallery, vestibule and
altar, while many were uuable to gain cn
eutrance into the building, even the rear
hallway and antoroom containing people.
Dr. Carroll delivered his lecture on ''The
Youug Man in Chains," in compliance with
the formal request of several temperance
lodges ami the public generally. For over
an hour the speaker held the audience in the
chains of his eloquence, and gave the cause
of reform a noble impulse by the wisdom
and power of his plea. He urged the tem
perance workers to use more tuct in their ef
iorts at reform. Tact, he said, was the win
, South Stilltvater Items.
Saturday was pay day at Durant, Toyer &
company's mill and the boys were happy.
'■■-.. Mrs. Henry Preble returned yesterday
from a two weeks' visit with friends at Oceola
Mills, Wla. y : .. ;..'•
Peter Johnson, who was seriously injured
at the Gang mil! recently, is recovering and
will be around in a few weeks.
The St. Croix Lumber company are,, ship
ping by steamer Jennie Hays, one large load
of timber daily for the Wisconsin Central
Railroad bridge, which spans the St. Croix
above Stlllwater. ■
The wife of John Leight, of this village,
died Saturday, the funeral occurring Sunday.'
She leaves no children.
PRESIDENT JEWETT RESIGNS.
John Kin?, Jr., to Succeed Him as
: President of the New York,
; Lake Erie & Western.
-^EwToiik, Aug. 18. — The directors of the
New York, Lake Erie & Western railroad
were in session three hours this afternoon.
At the close of the meeting it was learned
that President Hugh J. Jewett had formally
endered his resignation, declaring under no
consideration would he continue to hold the
position of president. He had worked very
hard ' and preferred that some one else
would take hold of the management. The
office was ; tendered . to John.
King, Jr., who ■ accepted it according
to the statement of Wm. McFarland, counsel
for the company.. One director, however,
afterwards stated King had not yet accepted
the office formally. '. There .had been a long
discussion at the ; meeting, in which the
affairs of the : company had been very thor
oughly considered. l A committee consisting
of R. S. : Grant, Jacob H. Schiff and J.
Lauber, was appointed to confer with King
in regard to his acceptance, upon motion of
President Jewett, and the understanding
was that King „ would assume the position
of assistant' president of the company until
the next annual meeting when he would be
elected "president with full powers. It was
said King bad been informally asked: to ac
cept, and had signified his willingness to do
so under certain conditions. \ The principal
.provision he made was that money sufficient
to pay the floating: * debt should be ; raised.
This, the informant said, had -been guaran
teed by the English stockholders. The com
mittee will confer with. King without delay
and report to ; the board of . directors - this
week. , : Another director confirmed the
statement that the presidency of Mr. : King
was practically settled. '.
WAST OF FAITH.
► If A. P. Wflkes, B. &E. Zimmerman, and '. E.
' Stierle, the druggists, do not succeed it is not for
the want of faith. ; The have such faith in Dr.
Bosanlto's Cough and Lang Syrup as . a remedy
' for coughs, colds, caption, and • lung ' affec
tions, that they will give a bottle . free to each
| ; end every one who la in need of a medicine of
[ j this kind. :. ' " .'-•.."■ "■■'-' -" .';"' " "■ ■" " 1
Gleanings of News and Items of Ma
A Dally Globe Department at Mankato De
voted to Developing and Advancing
the Southern Portion of tha
The office of the Southern Minnesota depart
ment of The Globk is in charge of Mr. E. F.
Barrett, with headquarters at Mankato, the
business and editorial rooms being on the second
floor of the First national bank building formerly
occupied as the telephone exchange. Personal
calls or communication addressed to Mr. Barrett
on matters pertaining to this department will
receive prompt attention.
Special Reports from the Globe Mankato office
Geo. J. Lilgerwood, Esq., spent Sunday
with his family in this city.
Mr. J. B. Richards, an old Manlcatoite,and
now doing good service with the gripsack for
a Minneapolis firm, has been in the city for
several days shaking hands with his numer
Bishop Whipple, dedicated the new Epis
copal church at Lake Crystal Sunday. There
was a large congregation present and the
dedication services were very impressive.
Rev. T. C. Hudson and Harry W. Brown, of
J. 11. Ray, former cashier of the Citizens
National bank, of this city, a position which
he resigned to accept a similar one with the
Manufacturers National, of Minneapolis,
spent a pleasant time in Mankato with his
friends. The Merchants National, of Min
neapolis, is one of the most substantial
banking institutions of Minnesota, and has
an authorized capital of §1,000.000, of which
$300,000 is paid iv.
Burton Olmsted was arrested for using
language rather abusive to a man named
Butler, who accordingly swore out a warrant
for the arrest of Burton, who was appre
hended by an officer and brought before
Judge Porter yesterday morning. He con
fessed his wrong doing, and was taxpd
to the extent of $5 and costs, amounting to
$7.95, or ten days with Sheriff Monks. He
chose the former, paid over the cash, and
went on his way rejoicing.
The engineering corps of the Cannon Val
ley railroad have been within ten miles of
Mankato for the past four weeks, and are at
present near the crossing of the Chicago &
Northwestern and the Chicago, St. Paul,
Minneapolis & Omaha roads, about two miles
from Mankato. Their survey would bring
the road within about half a mile of Point
Pleasant, at Lake Madison. The only reason
that Lake Madison has not been frequented
more by pleasure seekers is that it is not easy
of access by any railroad lines, and if it can
be 'made accessible by railroad it will become
noted as a resort for those who wish to spend
a few pleasant tla} s away from business cares.
Lake Madison is a resort which, if known to
the outside world, will be swarmed with peo
ple from abroad every season and become as
famous as other resorts of Minnesota which
have been noted for years.
The Klein Embezzlement.
Wm. F. Gferer, who is jailed awaiting the
December term of court for embezzlement,
had been in Mr. Klein's employ for several
years, and that gentleman had placed the
utmost confidence in hia integrity and never
doubted for a moment hia honesty until a
short time ago. When he entered Mr.
Klein's employ it was at $25 per month,
which has been steadily raised, and was at
the time of his discharge double that amount,
with the voluntary promise of $70 per month
at the end of the present month. Mr. Klein
always considered Gferer the best man he
ever had in his employ. He was familiar
with every department of Mr. Klein's exten
sive business, and as a bookeeper, salesman,
collector, and in every place he could
be used, one of the best of employes.
The amount he has embezzled
seems as yet to be small, only a lew irregu
larities being 6hown on the books. Ou
Aug. 10, suspecting that all wus not right
Mr. Klein discharged Gferer, and 6ince his
discharge Gferer has endeavored to collect
accounts due to his former employer but we
believe without success. At the time of his
arrest he hud in his possession a number of
bills due Mr. Klein. It does not seem pos
sible that a man acting as Gferer has couid
be in hiß right mind. His collecting uc
counts and failing to enter them ou the
books could be kept dark only for a short
time, when discovery wouJd be inevitable.
If lie had intended to skip from the city he
certainly would have taken a larger amount,
for he could have done so if he wus so dis
posed. Again, his endeavoring to m.'ike col
lections after he was out of Mr. Klein's employ
was so stupid an attempt that would be ex
posed in a short time, would lead one to con
sider Gferer either out of his right mind or
intoxicated — possibly either. Had he in
tended to get away he could have done so,
but he remained in Mankato, when he must
have known that exposure would be nearing
as every day passed by.
We understand that an effort was made by
Gfercr's friends to settle the affair with Mr.
Mr. Kline for $100, but the complainant
stoutly refused to withdraw proceedings
against a man in whom he had intrusted the
greatest confidence and then played him
false. The necessary bonds, $'300, to obtain
Gferer's release have not been given . as
Gferer had expected. His friends are prob
ably not very anxious to invest $300 in so
risky a place.
His Reputation >'ot the Bent. ■
C. P. Byam of Dulutb, now confined in
jail at St. Paul upon the charge of fraudulent
premption does not have tne best reputation
in lowa, •• his : former home, although in
yesterday's Globe he publishes a very fine
plausible statement in his defense. Accord
ing to the statement of a former resident of
lowa now in Manketo, Byam had the reputa
tion of being a common gambler and was
shot in a row at a gambling table at Ottumwa.
He states that Byam was employed as a
clerk in an lowa land office and after quit
ting that office irregulartles were discovered
which were charged up to Byam. Byam was
afterward employed at a similar position at
another place in lowa and was bounced for a
like reason." Four years ago he made -an
attempt to shoot his . broth-in-law, . who : had
endeavored to induce his wife to leave him
and was himself most unceremoniously
choked in the attempt. Byam in the
excitement of the crowd then made his
escape and shortly afterwards was captured
by a posse a short distance from the city and
landed in jail. Through the efforts of _ his
counsel he was released under a writ of habeas
corpu* and skipped and has not taken , the
trouble to visit his former home since. Al
though his statement appears very plausible,
and he asks aid from the G. A. X. ; his past
; record does not seem to deserve him much
sympathy. He may be entirely innocent of
the charge he is now held,' on, but his past
record will not of any particular benefit to
him in his latest difficulty. •
• The Mankato yoveltt/ Work*.
The affairs of the Mankato Novelty works
have not been entirely satisfactory ;to the
stockholders, and, as mentioned in this de
partment, some days ago, operations at the '
foundry were suspended. - The stockholders j
called a meeting, and a committee - was ap- j
pointed to examine into the affairs ' of , the ]
company. They have reported, and find the
books in good condition. The trouble seems
to have ■' ; been on. account, of
the maragement of L. H. Evans, j
who has acted as superintendent of the com- \
pany. While a considerable quantity of fence
posts have been manufactured and shipped,
there has not been a corresponding amount
of cash or notes to cover ; the ■ shipments -■ of
the fence posts made, nor has the '■ company
any outstanding notes to speak of. ,In - one
instance Mr. ; Evans sold a large amount of
fence posts in lowa ■ for 1 about the : : freight
charges, and while in that'ttate wrote to the
secretary here to ship him more fence posts.,
j bat Mr. Barney thought j it best not to do so.
Mr. Evans left Mankato about ten days ■ ago,
! whether permanently or not we do not know, I
1 nor does the officer*" of the Novelty works. j
PEOPLES LINE !
£ iiUl JuJj U Jjliuii s
ST. PAUL- & FARfIO
Commencing MONDAY, August 18, the
Will run regular daily passenger trains between
ST. : PAUL and GKACEVILLE, WAHPETON
• TWO trains Daily, morning and evening, will
leave St. Paul 8:00 A. M. and 7:30 P. M., via
Chicago. Milwaukee ! & St. Paul Railway, run
ning THROUGH TO FARGO without change,
Superb in all its appointments, elegant coaches.
Pullman sleepers on night trains. Everything
First Class.' Rates of fare as low. and time as
quick as by other lines. Buy your ticket at C.
M. & St. P. Ry. Ticket office, and travel over the
new aud popular road.
'■■Y'rl'.'i W. H. DIXON,
General Agent, St. Paul.
C. J. EDDY, Genl. Frt. & Pass. Agt. Fargo.
.* - PROPOSALS.
Office of the Board of Education, )
St. Paul, Minx., August 13, 1884, )
will be received by the Board of Education until
Tuesday Evening, August 1%
1884, at 6 o'clock P. M., for the performance of
the following work:
Steam Heating ana Gas Filling
Necessary for two (2) rooms in High School
Building according to specifications in the office
of Millard, Ulrici and Eltaner,
':;■■: lii Water.
For connecting with water mains, and putting in
supply of Phaleu Water (so-called,) into Jefferson
and Neill School Buildings, according to specifi
cations in hinds of J. M. Minor, East Sixth street,
rear of Clarendon Hotel, and for
Privy Vaults & Closets
For Sibley School, according to specification in
hands of J. M. Minor, address as in last above.
The Board reserves the right to reject any or
all bids, and will require a bond on the part of
the contractor, to be duly conditioned for the
honest and faithful performance of his contract
with such sureties and in such amount us it may
All bids must be accompanied by 0. copy of
this advertisement and must be addressed to R.
SchiSmann, President of the Board of Education
of the city of St. Paul, Minnesota. -
27-33 Secretary Board of Education.
LAUKA W. HALL,
MUSIC ROOMS 102 WESTERN AVENUE,
Head of Ashland Avenue, St. Anthony UilU
PIANO, ORGAN AID HARMONY
THOROUGH INSTRUCTION GUARANTEED.
* '- ■■•. • i'
References: Miss Mauic Geist, Principal of
Musical Conservatory, No. 127 West Third street,
| St. Paul; also on personal application, reference
to the numerous families whose daughters slio
has taught and is now teaciuAg will be given.
Also, Agent for "Brninard'» Musical World,'
the oldest and best musical journal published.
Subscription SI .50 per annum.
APPLICATIONS FOR SPACE !
A II persons desiring space for ex
hibition in approaching Fair and
Exposition vrlll please make form
al application for the samr,
blanks for which will be furnished
on application to the undersigned
Room V, No. 13 Washington Aye
VUAHLES 11. CLARKE,
P. H. CARNY,
WISES, liquors & cigars,
Jackson street beL Front ana Second;".'.
184* MAXKATO, MINN.
S. P. MORRISON & CO,
BOILERS, SAW MILLS and lACHHZIf.
Inspirators, Belting, Packing, Steam Fitting
i HAKKATO, ----- MIV v. j
:...-. LOANS, ETC. ' ;:'
GEa A. CLARKE,
| Real Estate, Loan & Insurance Broter
Office under Citizens' National Bank.
, . BUILDING CONTRACTORS. -
O. R. MATHER,
CONTRACTOR !\D BUILDER,
Manufacturer of Bed and Cream Brick, and dealer
n all kinds of Mankato Stone. and Woriu
i Sort Front street.
"'■■'' MAXKATO, XOXX. ' ' " 97
::..,.; ;;-."." : FUEL. . ■ .■■■,-.. ■ ': •
GBS & FOSTER
Offer, the best grades of Anthracite and Bitumi
nous Coal at the very lowest market prices.
Their coal Is- fresh from the mines and well
screened. And their Body Wood cannot be
equaled in the state. \_. .
A share of your patronage is solicited.
41 East Third Street,
■ ■ Corner of Cedar.
. » ; GAS 7ECTSBS. ""
Mcf ILLM & TfIURSTON,
. TINNERS, and
HEiTOG & VEXTILATOG A SPECIALTY,
Jobbing Promptly Attended To.
Agents for tne Buctey c Stoves & Ranges
The Best in the World.
116 West Third St, op. Metropolitan Hotel,
ST. PAUL, MINK. ISO
mi i i i 1 1 i i
I Eotablishodin 1872 for the cure
Hot Cancer, Tumors, Ulcers,
■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■:- ■" and Hkin Diseases.
without the uso of knifo or loss of blood and littlo
pain. For information, circulars and references,
address Dr. F. 1,. POND, Aurora, Kane Co., 111.
~ AMUSEMENTS. ■ ~"
219, «31, 333 First Aye. South.
W.W. BROWN. Manager
JAMES WHEELER. . .Business & Stage Manage!
WEEK OP AUG. 18TH, 1884.
ANOTHER SHOWER OP
Billy and Lizzie Ilanley, Miss Fanny 'May, Mis»
Delia If red, iliea Fanny Archer, Miss Lottla
Ward, Sam Yager, Hall and Williams. Harry
Bloomer, Josie Mostelle, Annie Rashton, Eva
Robs, Lottie Laviere, and the Regular Stock
Matinees Thursday and Saturday afternoon at
2:80 o'clock. . y. ; ;
100 Wasliiseton Aye. Sonlli,
(Under Northwestern National Bank,)
MINNEAPOLIS, - MINN.
JliGcll JjSliciu6 5
pgfTickets sold to and from all Foreign ports,
also drafts on all the principal cities of Europe.
Lands for sale or exchange}. in .Wisconsin, Mln-
Deseta and Dakota. l -' r> - ' ' 155-3iu
BOM'S ™, r-—
All kinds hard or soft corns, callouses and buntoit
Clinging no pain or soreness; dries instantly; will no
poll anything, and never fails to effect a cure. I'rlcn
25c; by mall, SOc. Tim genuine put up In yellow
wrappers anil manufactured only by Job. 14. HofHtn,
druggist and dealers In all kinds of Patent Medicine^
Roots, Herbs, Liquors, Faints, Oil* Varolvuos,
Brushes, etc Minneapolis Minn.
/ 37 TIM St. S,, Minneapolis, Mian.
Treat all Chronic, Nervous Diseases of
Moil and Women.
Is well known as the founder of the Montrna
(C. E.) Medical Institute, and having given
his entire attention for the pant twenty years to
the treatment of chronic and special diseases in
cident to both sexes, \\\* success has produced
iistoniHliing results. By hie method of treat
ment, the »uffisring arc fully restored to original
health. He would call the attention of tha
afflicted to the fact of hie long-standing and
well-earned. reputation, as a sufllcicnt assurance
of his skill and success. Thousands who have
been under his treatment have felt and expressed
emotions of gratitude welling up from heart*
touched for the first time by tho silken chord
that Whispers of returning health.
Those suffering from Catarrh or Bronchitis,
can be assured of a perfect cure by bis neW
method of treatment.
DB. nI'INNKY can detect the slightest dis
ease of the Chest, Lungs or any Internal organ,
and guarantees a cure in every case he under*
': It matters not what your troubles may be,
come and let the Doctor examine your case, If
IT IS CURABLE II U WILL TELL YOU M>| IT NOT, II IS
will tell you that; for he will not undertuko
a case unless he is confident of affecting a euro.
It will cost you nothing for consultation: so please
cull and satisfy yourselves whether the Doctor
understands your case.
Who may be suffering from nervous debility
will do well to avail themselves of this, the
greatest boon ever laid at the altar of Buffering
humanity. . -;* - ;
[Da* SPINNEY will Guarantee TO FoiIFKH
Five Emm Dollars for every case of weak
ness or disease of any kind or character, which
he undertakes and falls to cure. HeQwould
theicfore soy to the unfortunate euflerer who
may read this notice, that you are treading oa
dangerous ground, when you longer delay in
reeking the proper remedy for your complaint.
You may he in the fi rut stage — remember thai
you are approaching the last. If you are border*
ing on the last, and are Buffering some or all of
Its ill effects, remember that If you obstinately
preslflt In procrastination, the time must come
when the mont ckillful physician can render yon
no assistance ; when the door of hope will be
closed against you; /when no angel of mercy can
bring you relief. In Do case hag the doctor failed
of success.' Then let not despair work iuelt
upon your imagination, but avail yonrself of tho
beneficial . results of his treatment before your
case i- beyond the reach of medical shill, or bo
fore grim death hurricsyon to a premature grave.
I'lltfc Cured without lifting Knifcor Lijfiitu*
There are many at the age from thirty to sixty
who arc 'troubled with frequent evacuations of
the ~ : bladder, -of ten accompanied by a slight
smarting or burning sensation and weakening
the eyctem in a manner the patient 'cannot ' ac
count for. ;On examining the urinary deposits
a ropy eediment will often be found, and Korne
times small particles of albumen will appear, ol
the color v. ill be of a thin, or mllklsh hue,' again
changing to a dcrk and torpid appearance.
There are ma'iy men ■ who die of this difficulty,
ignorant of the cause, which is the second Mage
of weakness of vital organs. Dr. S. will guarantee
a perfect cure In. all such cases, and a healthy
restoration of these organs. . ,
• Only one Interview required In the majority ot
reefs'. >. Balance of - treatment can be taken at
home' without any interruption to business.
All lctterf or communications strictly confi
dential: [:, Medicines packed so as not to excite
curiosity, and sent by express, If fall description
of ca«e is given, bat a personal interview. in all
case* preferred. . • . •• ■ .
. Ornce Ilorag — 9*o 12 a. m., 1 to 5 and 7 to 8
p. in. £ Sunday, 0 to 10 a. m. only. ■ . Co&sultatloa
tin: 'n ■'V-'/.v ,.;'V ; ' :" '