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TBt <.i.<Msfc AT STIIXWATER.
Tlif Globe ha» established a permanent oflce
hi the city of Stillwater, In charije of Mr. Peter
Bee<r. who takes the management of the business
Interests of the paper, its city circulation, cor
respondence, etc. Communications of local news
•nil all matter for publication may be left at the
Slillwater Globe office, 110 Main street. Excel
sior bio up stairs, or may be addressed to
Peter Besg, P. O. box 1031. and will receive
' Attorney A. L. William*, of St. Paul, was
in the city yesterday.
Dr. Dana preached at HoqMoii, Wis., on
y < reaing to a large congregation.
.Ml th- county offices and the banks close
to day- Tliu po&tofliee will be opened Irom
10 to 11 a. m. *
Jim ( urtis' chum got away with $6 that he
hn>l. lie mourns the loss, and goes without
The Ice Is firm enough at Marine village
for teams to cross, and they began crossing
Judge R. Lehmicke, on November 25th.
rc:irrie;l John W. McGuire to Miss Susan M.
Adaiiis, both of Ramsey county.
The Mannerchor society give a dance to
night at Music hall, when the excellent new
floor will be tried for the lirnt time
A gOOK petty was given last evening at
Dr. UiOanl's, to Miss liliie, and the little la
dir-s had an exceedingly pleasant time.
The Baptist yonns peoples 1 social uniou
will bold a sociable at the residence of Mrs
John Qoff, South dixth street, this evening.
Tue monthlj meeting of the Ladies' Aux
iliary society of the Y. M. C. A., will beheld
at tin: roomi to-morrow afternoon at '•}
The number of useless curs that we have
in the city should be some protection to
clothes lines, uiany of which- are being
W. C. liruwii, jr., of the First National
bank, left at noon yesterday lot Faribuult, to
spend TbanktgtYlug day with his former
Hawthoiue -day was duly observed in the
high school yesterday fornoon. there beictf
appropriate exercises. Mias Minor made the
exercises mo6t Interesting.
The Minnesota Millers' association have
leaacd the elevaUjr here, and will atore 600
(•:ir- of No. 1 hard wheat iv it. Tue Omaha
road lias the delivery oi it bare.
A petition is being circulated tending to
the releaae of Patrick Keefe, at present iv
priaon at Salem, Oregon, for mmlatifllili i
iv Al.i-ka. lie i> claimed to be in.-. up
.Mr. \V. \V. Ke'-n, bookkeeper (orSeymour.
Biil>n A Co., aud family, left on Tutsd.iy
evening for Philadelphia. Mr. Keen will
not return until after the Ist of January.
We understand that Mr. E. M. Stephen
■on, night watchman at the Chicago, Mil
waukee <fe St. Paul railway, was the means
of stopping; ■ serious* lire on South Third
Tbe scliolars have only one day for a holi
day, and the schools will be again open ti
nuirrow. They will be open every pcMaibic
ilay. as they were a week late in opeuiug ai
tei ust vacation.
There will be a sociable to-morrow STectng
at (Jrace Congregational church, ooraer <>
Laurel and Fifth streets. They wiL have ■
big time, as it is the tirsi that will be Beld in
Last evening "the members of the High
School Debating club had ■ discussion, lie
wived, "That the pen is mightier than ti.it
sword." The young legislators made a most
creditable display. :
Ex-Superiuteudent of schools, William F
Gorrie, Is expected here to-day, as he wat
yesterday iv Bt. Paul with the excursion i.-v
from WaUrtown, D. T.,of which rising'towu
he is school superintendent.
lee cutting iias began here in the lake, Md
good clear ic. six inc'tios iv thickness is be
ing taken out. The old supply had all dis
appeared. Skatiug is general on the lake
altnough the ice is rather rouirh.
We see that the two hose carts from the
north and south hills have been taken to th
lire hall where they will be taken good can
of. The hose should be concentrated, aii'
this is a step in the right < ireetion.
The police weie last evening handed
circular which they will serve on each aalo
keeper uud liquor dealer iv the city. Not t
give liquor to Frederick Wholers, he betßC ;.
coufiruied drunkard. His wife is complain
There will be a union Thanksgiving ser
vice to-day at the First Presbyterian church,
at 11 o'clock. The Rev. D. B. Cheney, Jr.,
of the Baptist church, will preach a sermon.
taking for his subject "The Hand of God in
Turkeys were much In demand yesterday,
md when these gave out, or were Urn costU
for the pockets of the purchasers, geese anu
chickens were carried home, mukiug the
little ones wish that Thanksiriviug would
Lome olten .
The tower of the new part of the state
prison was finished yesterday and the scaf
fold ins: will be taken down to-morrow. Il
would have been takes down to-day but it was
kept as a holiday. The tower is very hand
some, and makes a line showing.
The bridge for the Wisconsin Central rail
road if so far completed that curs will bs able
to pass over it early next week, and the lav
oi the track on the west side will then be
prosecuted with vigor. Traekhiying is fin
ished up to the bridge on the east side.
At the district court yesterday the ease of
High Campbell against the city of Stillwater
was still before the court, and was not con
cluded. It will be continued on Friday, the
court adjourlug uutil that morning* at 9
o'clock. The defense put in all their evi
Mrs. S. B. Stimson and daughter leave for
Washington, where they will remain the
guests of Senator aud Mrs. Sabiu during the
winter. After their return it is probable
they will take up tbeir residence in Minne
apolis. Mr. Akers, cashier of the car com
j>uiiy, will occupy their residence.
Ye6terday afternoon a bum from Minnea
polis, got obfubticated. having partaken too
freely of Stillwater forty rod, and he was
piven tbe soft side of a plank to rest himself
on in tbe caboose. He will be sober in the
nioruiug and will no doubt increase the city
fiurnces by a few shekels
At tbe municipal court yesterday morning
» youug man was charged $7.50 for furious
driviug. Four lodgers received quarters and
protection for the night, and the boy Oscar
Peck, wbo was ordered to tbe county farm
during tbe summer was back again, having
been found in a barn in the city tbe previous
Polioe-nan Cbas. Schaefer, of St. Paul,
came over yesterday after "Dutch May," one
of tbe beet known prostitutes in St. Paul,
who bad fleeced a young man there, on Sun
day. She came over here and weul to the
High board rancb, where 6be was taken in
charge by Schaefer, who took her to St. Paul
by the 3:40 train in tbe afternoon.
Tbe Knights of Pythias elected the follow
ing officers Tuesday evening: P. c., A.
Frederick; C. C Harry Wheeler; V. C, N.
Bronson; K. R. & 8., E. C. Holmes; M. of
F., P. N. Peterson; M. of E., M. Tbon ; M.
at A., Will Bromley. Trustees — Thomas
Sutherland, W. K. Wurdeman, W. H. Brom
ley. Representatives to grand lodge— A.
Frederick and Harry Wbeeler.
A. W. Pattou, of Minneapolis, was in the
city yesterday. He was formerly a resident
of thi6 section, where be carried on a dairy,
and went to Mianeapolls, where he followed
the same business. He sol.l out a few weeks
ago, as it appeared to him that there would
be v very dull wiuter. He had 100 cows
when he Bold cut.
Our jolly tobacconist, W. 8. Conrad, ar
rived home yesterday forenoon from bis
lengthened trin throujrh the west. H« re-
ports bußiness as good, and so far a* the
election went he found all satisfied with the
result, except a few office holders, who were
kicking with all their mi-ht, and predicting
tbat the country would gn to th- dog*. Th.
election has made Con. several hundred dol -
Detective Pierce, of Uie Pinkerton aeency,
was here to-day with Sprague. the Fargo em
bezzW. He wss in the empioy of the North
western Maniffacturirjfr it Car company, of
this city, under Jotinnon. their Fargo agent
It is likely the matter will ba settl -d, as
Spra^ue claims he has influential friends in
Fareo who will pay the money. They left
this aftornoon at 3:40 for fajgo.
To-day being Thanksgiving, we sec that
the prisoners at the slate prison are not for
emtten, and although they are not to have
the usual turkey dinner, they art- to fare well
as the following will show: Roast pork,
mashed potatoes, pMd mince pie, cheese,
apples, white and graham bread and coffee.
Many a family would be pleased to have
such a good spread. Warden Reed does the
fair thing by bis numerous boarders.
It is expected there wil! be a iarire gather
ing to-morrow afternoon and evening at the
roller skating rink. There is i-xt»nsi\
psrattoai BSfßg made for the paper festival
ttafi ev.-ning. The iadie6 of the Relief society
will have paper caps .in abundance for all,
and we trust the purchasers will be as liberal
as possible in the good cause. We have poor
persons in the city, and every dime triven to
night (rill help to make some one happy.
Will you help!
On Tuesday afternoon there was a nut'
Ing of the creditors of the Northwestern
Manufacturing <& Gar company at the Adnm*
house, Boston, convened to meet t c com
mittee appointed at the list meeting of the
board or directors held In this city. The
committee were present, and Col. Beud
answered all questions on behalf of RecHver
Brown. We have not learned the result, as
the Comsßttte will yet meet the creditors in
New York city.
T.ios. J. Kiley and James Dunnegan wer
before Judge Netbway yesterday morning for
stealing an ox from Kircboff * Weisel,
butchers, on Nov. 14, and which they sold to
butchers in St. Paul. They pleaded guilty
and were bound over in bonds of MOO each,
or to remain in the county jail until a court
of competent jurisdiction was ready to try
them. Sheriff HotoOOiba waltzed them iff
1 1 his castle. If Judge McClucr sees lit to
call the grand jurors together again, they
will be tried at the prcbent session of the
At the Philornatbcan society's meeting on
Tuesday evening, Mr. Orris E. Lee was the
only one at the announced lecturers who
was on hand. Dr. Donald arriving just as
the meeting was over. Dr. Carroll, the other
speaker, had ■ previous engagement whic. .
he had to attend in St. Paul. The petro
titan addntw with illustrations mit >■ i c
ttereopticoa with calcium light was very in
Struct* ve. Mr. Lee beiug at home in * i.
■abject having studied it among the oils
wells of Pennsylvania. The audienc* was
not a large one. but It was highly intellec
tual. It is hoped that the attendance will be
larger, as there is much valuable information
[Bpedal Cnrregpondeuce of the Globe.l
Baluwiv, Wis.. Nov. 25. —Win at qu<>
ta!i ii- last Friday bmj n nsr No.
1 Fife, Me; No. 1 blue st. m, 53c:
soft, 4" Receipts large during the week
aggregating 9,000 bushels per day. Ruling
price lor j):tbt week - tin ■ as above.
Splendid weather for .ill kinds of work of
General activity ?.vl ■ spirit <«r entarpftat
Cripp.u's new him iv rear of his new
block is couipiet d.
Armstrong Tay. or, Esq., hM been i:nid:rr
and tilling iv the itnet la front of vis resi
In the case of assault and battery before
Justice Foster Saturday. Nov. ISth, the com
plaint of tlie slate w;is -lisUiued.
Theodore W. Brk-gs, of Appteton, Wi- .
L r "neral Htrent of Warn Aasodatloa Insuranc
lonipany, of Pulladelphia, was in to.vn Mon-
day last, ami CuL B.ites, of Dnbaqf, la.,
fTßcral kfeat of the Continental lnsurauce
company. w;i» hore same day.
S. J. Hutohins, of Hammond, an! Mr
Kinsee, of Wanvn, were in town Tuesh.y
BoOM of our would lie Nimrods were out
•Class bull shooting Friday afternoon, 14tb.
Tory did not prove themselves the equals of
Doctor Carver or. of Bo^anlus, but they did
quite well for amateurs. W. B. Judd made
the best score.
Another mistake in the n/ght operator at
the depot came near resulting in a collision
between here and Woodville. He was
promptly removed and now Mr. Brown is
tack .-main, and a teritagof safety prevails.
H.s many Meads in Bil lain ar . glad to see
him uinoii^i them airain.
Some over-enthusiastic Democrats draped
the Republican banner la mourning Friday
niirlit, Nov. 14. They were a little premature
to say the least, but those Republicans who
were so put out, will do Weil to regard it as a
boyish frolic, same as they did when tie
Democratic banner was taken down and the
inscription taken oil and a Republican one
suhistitutcd. Tae cases are parallel.
Robert Atkins, of Minneapolis, a former
resident of Baldwiu, spent Saturday au«i
Suudav last in town, visiting bis many
friends here. Bubrft is doiui; a quod busi
ness iv the city as a cabinet maker.
Messrs. Scribner «k Rasmusen have just
received a new invoice of dogskin over
overcoats, which th y are selling at prices
suited to the times. i,n y b:i\e a novelty in
the form of a kuit shirt for ladies. They
also cany ■ large and elegant line of canned
fOOda, wliere epicureans may revel in de
light. They also have v penant flying from
the stop of their store, on w.iieh is the
legend, "Cleveland and Hem.ricks."
Tin- social event of the season Is a er. nd
ball U> be given by the mauagers of the rink
TteakagtTtag nitrht. They have engaged
Cook's celebrated orchestra of Minnea[>olis,
consisting of first and second violin, harp
and cornet. No effort will be 6parcd to make
the event enjoyable and very flue, and those
who love to "tip the light lantactie' will
have an opportunity from Sp. iv. until the
"wee. 6iiu' hours." Reception committee,
the managers of the rink; floor managers,
Dan Murphy and Frank Heaslcy. .
M.;ssrs. Prinslen & Ar ntsen close out
their stock ol cioii.iuir at public auctiou to
morrow. An opportunity to purchase at your
Ole Cbribtensen has the frame work of bis
new shop on Main corner of Fourth street,
np and will 6OOU have it ready for the ina
cbiuery. It is hie purpose as soon as prac
tical to commence the manufacture of
school house desks, doing ail tbe work
be re .
W. 11. Peabody quietly transferred the
b stofiicc and its effects to tbe new quarters
i.: Crippcn's block Monday evening. The
new jocation is most central and in every
respect better than tbe one vacated.
The lawyers are all courting this week.
Col. R. C. Benton, of Minneapolis, was
in town Tuesday last.
O. C. Ford, of New Centerville, made abet
with Capt. Start just before election, ten to
one, that Cleveland would be next president
and upon payment of the bet turned tbe
mouey over to tbe fund to defray expenses
of Lbe jollification last night. So the captain
unwillingly aided in t'je celebration.
Some forty enthusiastic Democrats went
to Hammond Wednesday night to help them
I "whoop'er up" taking along tbe old cannon
with tuetu to fire a salute. * They report a
A large delegation came from Hammond
to help us celebrate last night and aided ma-
'■ terially in making tbe event successful.
I Considering the scarcity of material* tbe pro-
cession was a Urge one, and they were or
derly and well behaved indeed. The veteran
Palmer brought up the r#ar with a huge
broom which ne used to good advantage.
The continuous blowing of the whistle on tbe
engine was the only unpleasant feature — so
say the Republicans — but Democratic enthu
siasm must find an outlet tomewav.
; . THE -SSV^UL DAILY GLOBE. THURSDAY MORXIXG. NOVEMBER 27. 1884.
Collected and Forwarded by Telegraph
to the Daily Globe.
Fargo Special Telegram* November CS.to la* St
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;•, ; % . Iforlhiwatf>rn .%'•?«*,
The temperance committees meet at Huron
Dec. 17 and 13 to arrange for moving on the
In McOiok county farmers were plowing
as late as Nov. 20, but there is now only
Redfield expects to secure the Minneapolis
& St. Louis railroad, which has just been
completed to Watertown.
A party in south Dakota Is trying to get
up a colony to settle in Old Virginia, but
not likely to meet with much success.
Parties in Steele county in the No. 1 hard
belt are securing from the east a car load of
flax seed, and propose to try that pretty
largely next year.
The court seems from this to be somewhat
timid. The Volga Tribune says: Judge
Smith refuses to give us a term of court thin
fall because small pox still exists in this vi
Tbeßedfleld Sun mentions the assignment
of Pater Scberfllus, of that city, which was
made last week. W. J. Bingham is the as
signee. The assets are about $6,000, and
the liabilities about $10,000.
The little town of Hope, in Steele county,
has a first class hotel, and It Is to be illumi
nated with electric lights to-night, to a grand
Thanksgiving ball, which is destined to
t-clip.-c thing ever seen in so new a
Am on it the bets paid en the election in
man wheeled auother from Mil
ler to Lawrence. thOßtfov mliai. with tan
ners and mUKic. The alagnlar feature was
that beta aarik'i vane Dem "-rau.
The trial of young Magill for killing a man
at Mennohen a few wet-ks since is expected
to commence at Bismarck early In tbe com
ing week. A exeat deal of interest in the
case, is taken at Fur_'».. where the Magill fain
ilf it. well knon v.
Although burned out the Grand Forks
J'lundeder re-appears in good shape by the
courtesy of the Herald. The total loss of the
office was put at $19,000, with $9,500 insur
auec. The most important books and papers
in the safe w»re save.i.
Win. Banbury, an o!d an successful edi
tor, now of Sargent county, is getting out a
handsome and valuable book: "The Il«l
River Valley of the North." The ability an I
popular style of the writer insures a work
tiiklcan L» circulated with great profit to this
The number of Dakotians who will go east
tospendtbe winter will reach the thousands,
tlii- great majority of tuem unmarried men.
Many of them will lievot ■ the time of their
visit to their old homes to looking for domes
tic companions and working up the interests
of Dakota generally.
The vote for delegate to congress this year
shows an increase of just about 35,000, or
from 47,000 to 82,000 approximately. Con
cidering the dullness of the times since *82,
tills is a highly creditable showing, anu
means an addition of 173,000 to the popula
tion of the territory. A much larger Increase
■ confidently anticipated in the coming two
Father Wilhelm at Mitchell is marrying off
the young people at the rate of fifteen couple
a month. He ha« a popular way of doin? It.
Au extensive pork packing bouse will bi
opened Decani bet 1. There is no connec
tion between these incidents.
la Dakota both the Democrats and Repuh
icius hope the Dew administration trill
nuke a pretty general sweep of the of
.ices. It I* flsrured out that a large accession
to Hie population will be had from the dis
lodged classes. Moat of them arc reputable
people and is thought they will count well in
ihe census and be useful otherwise. .
The Sioux Falls Press which is a prosper
ous aid well managed daily, is gathering ma
terial for a New Orleans exposition edition.
which is designed to be a very compete ex
hibit Of tbetottrarUons of that section. It I*
•aid that 250,000 copies will be printed. It
is probable that the Fargo Argut will issue a
large holiday edition and circulate at the fair.
The managers finally selected Mrs. Julia
Welton from Fanro from the numerous con.
--p titors to go to New Orleans in charge of the
women's department at Ur- New Orleans ex
position. She has been very active in pro
moting the enterprise, and will be an eitt
elent manager. She will leave for New Or
leans tin- first of nt-xt wr k, and take the
material for a very crcdifable exposition.
A Stti?< tlnr.
Mrs. W. Hildcrbraaa, an estimable lady in
Hand county, while depressed in mind, last
we. hung herself. The J'rem relates:
Tuesday evening Mr. HilJerbrand, wife
md little daughter, N tired together as usual,
and Mrs. 11. having been somewhat ill for a
lew week*, was very re«tless and could not
After a time she told her hubbun.!
V.ie would get up and try to vomit, with ti..
hope of relieving her, saying that if she did
Ml feel better she would tro up stairs to an
•t <r bed and not break bis pest She got
up uod weut out of the room, aod an she di<!
nut return the buiband thought no more of
I and went to sleep. This occurred about
10 o'clock, and as afterwards shown she
went to the kitchen, placed a chair on the
table, which as usual *»c, prepared for break
fast. By this means she was enabled to
f;iMeu a rap* to the ceiling, to
which she huns; herself. Slie re
mained hanging in an upright
■ with her feet a few inches from the
floor uutil the hired man arose in the morn
ing ju.-t before daybreak to light tne flivs.
His feeling eau better be imagined than de
scribed as the liirht of his lantern displayed
-ion the upright form and
death-stricken leatures of tlie lady of the
which so short time before
tiad Urn animated wilh the light of life. He
immediately aroused the family, and the
body was left ac fouud until some neighbors
were summoned, when it was tiken down.
Life was entirely extinct and must have been
SO for several hours before the discover}-.
The family came to Hand county about
two years ago from few York, and located
in 111-«7, where they have a half section well
Moetai and improved. The family wan
composed of husband and wife, each about
40 years of aare, and two children, a boy and
girl, about U and 0 years old, respectively.
Hctfr than M hrnt.
It is coming to be believed that even with
fair prices for wheat there art- other produc
tions for which tbe southern pait of tbe ter
ritory is more profitably adapted. This state
ment made by Mr. Jones, a leading farmer
of that vicinity, given to the Sioux Falls
I'rttn, is in point:
"It is unnecessary to multiply words to
[.rove tbe question in tbe affirmative. All
tbat I would offer is, that I have not raised
any wheat for a number of years and yester
day 1 sold nearly 11,400 worth of live hogs
in this city and have plenty more left and
oceans of corn to feed them with."
We dare 6ay there is not a granger in this
section wto has stuck to wheat during the
years Mr. Jones has been giving his atten
tion U) growing corn and cribbing it in hogs
who can market (1,400 worth of small grain
and have "plenty more left" as a reserve to
tide over a poor year. Tbe idea that wheat is
tbe pay lug crop of this section is being pretty
well exploded, and tbe sooner the wheat
lici.it are turned into corn fields and hog
pastures, tbe sooner our farmers will part
company with poverty. This is a corn and
stock country. It was proven so to the sat
isfaction of every intelligent inhabitant of
this region the preseut year. Corn Jones'
transaction above reft-red to is iucontrovert
iblc proof in substantiation of the assertion.
\arth Itnkotn I of<-
The full vote of the counties of North Da_
kota was 32,097. In four brganited counties
there was no rote. They have perhaps 130
votes in each. Allowing for these and the
total will be 33,597. Taking the usual com
putation of five population to a voter and it
foots up 167,985. la so new a country five
is a litUe too high an estimate, but it may
fairly be claimed tbat the north has folly
150,000 people, permanent resident*. The
vote of the south is not complete, but will
be very nearly 52.000. As tbat is largely an
older settled section the population is lirger
in proportion to the vote. Its population is
evidently a little in excess of 250.000. The
Territory baa over 400.000 settled resident*,
wbicbare pietty fair figures for a state. It
bad been expected tbat the legislature wouid
provide for a convention to gel up the ma
chinery of a state for the sooth, but the con
viction is growing tbat it will be a waste of
labor to make further effort for division. The
south Is nearly unanimous in favor of it. but
tne center and the north could be easily
rccoutiled to admission as one state.
Cut n 1 nj>-r nnH iMvn Tou Go.
The effect of the Dakota climate, and toe
eagerness of men elsewhere regarded as past
th« years of activity to secure claims, are
shown by the Huron Time* in this:
"L'ucic Sammy Collar, eighty-three yean
old, of A 1 toon a, was in the city Thursday,
attending the contest on his homestead. He
was m> pleased when he learned that the de
cision was in bis favor that be capered about
like a bo*. When coming down the stair
way of the land office be thought be was at
the bottom when only half way down, and
RU-pned out boldly and came tumbling to the
t-'ttom. He was brought into the Time* office
in an unconscious state, but was soon re
eton-d with a hule water, ana started home
ward in a happy frame of mind."
There Is a tine* of disappointment in this
flew by the De Smct leader: Dakota will
continue as in the put, »o afford m grand
pat tare ground for played out politicians who
must have official pap — there will now
be a Democratic set to replace tbe. present
Republican gang. Of course tbe old policy
will be stuck to and intensified, that no resi
dent of Dakota need apply. The officers to
be appointed for Dakota t>v the president are
a governor, a secretary, Uniti*d States attor
ney, assistant United State* attorney. United
States marshal, surveyor »;cu>. nl. Mx judges
(if the supreme court, ten receivers and ten
registers of United Stairs land offices, re n
Indian agent* and thirty-five postmasters, a
total of seventy-fcur. One thing is Terr
certain — all of those Democrats will be piti
fully lonesome in these parts.
Educational institutions are fully keeping
pace with the settlement of tbe territory. Th
outlook gathers this mention of tbe collegi
ate institutions in progress:
Tbe oldest college !• that established at
Yanktou by the loutrrt national churches of
tbe territory. It ba» it full corps of capable
aud exiierit-nced teachers and professors,
and is dotag a noble work.
The Baptist* hare k collegiate institute at
Sioux Falls, at wbicb Bishop Hare baa estab
lished hi* dioscran cathedral.
Territorial universities have been estab
lished at Yt-ruiiilion and (irand Forks, whieli
lias been built and are sustained at tbe pul
ipnsA In both pUces tbe buildings
:trc iin>-. Kicli town contributed land auc
iuon»*\ for the buildinc*. aud the terriurv
I $30. 000 in bouds for each respect
The agricultural college at Brookings was
also provided for by tbe issuance of territor
N.niiHl -.•hoois have been located at Mad
is >n and .S, carti.-b.
I* Prison rmuif liave planted a colleee
■t Pi< rrc and it is said to be a prospefous
Tbe MetbodisU last year decided to locate
unlvcrsarii'S at Mitchell and Ordway.
Prof. Jk\mj recently vfgiti d Fiandivau
or the purpose of eoUblistiing a rollfgl
Aiiich will be endowed by tbe professors
< ran 'l father.
i auton has or soon will bare a Norwegian
LultiL-riiiii tolk ire.
It should br 'added thai Tower City is
erecting a Baptist college with an endow
ment of $150,000. Tbe Presbyterians bare
.ocated a college for north Dakota at James
•.own, and other denominations bare sue.
institution* it. cnnteraplatiou. Tbe last Iss
i-luture located an sgricultural college at
Fargo, and if an appropriation is not MgajtH
.or it this winter tne member from Fargo
will be Toted a failure.
] Special Corret;>onileiiceof tbe Globe. 1
Filda. Nov. 25.— Election day passed ofl
wry quietly in this place, notwithstanding
there was a strong under current of excit •
menu The vote in this township was quiu
large. Cleveland received a majority of six-
Uen roles. One year aijfo tJe Rcpubliou *
received a majority of one vote, and XUrvc
years ago there were oniy four or five Demo
cratic v<>t«s pdbi in the township. The ma
jjrity of the people feel jubilant over Grovir
On Saturday night there was a Democratic
jubilee and oyster supper at the Mansion
house. After supper a procession formed and
marched to tbe school bouse with mnrtial
music, where after an able address by Mr. E.
Brings, ol Huron Lake, the young people en
j«»ycd themselves until midnight. The whole
affair was a success, and much enthusiasm
Oscar Lattin has leased tbe Mansion bouse
and taken possession. We are all glad, as we
now bope to bare a landlord for some time,
and tbe traveling public feel assured of good
fare while be provides.
11. P. Lewis bas gone into the mercantile
business in Johnson's old stand.
Hon. \V. H. John sun's, with tvs faruilv.hj*
toyed to JanrsviUe. Minn.
Geo. B. Stile* is erecting: a new build ins:
near tbe depot, to be used as an eating
The North Atlantic Squadron.
Washisotox, Not. 26. — R ar- Admiral
Jouett bat submitted suggestions to Secre
tary Chandler concerning the movements of
the north Atlantic squadron, wfcich if adopted
will result in taking all vessels under his
command to New Orleans early in February
next Some of the squadron 'will arrive in
time to take part in the ceremonies attend
ing the opening of the exposition.
As Good as a Mile-
Ciscivnati. Nov. 26.— Tbe incoming ex
presa on the C. H. vV D. railway la»t niirbt
hid a narrow escape from a frightful acci
dent a few miles from this city. Two men
walking on the track discovered formidable
obstructions, which would certain I j have
wrecked the train if they bad not eiveti no
tice in time to stop tbe train before it reached
tbe spot. No clue to tbe criminals.
An Enterprising Reliable Hoom>,
Lambie A Bethnnc can always be relied upon,
not only to carry in stock the beat of everything
bat to secure the agency for »nth article* as have
well known merit, and are popular with the peo
ple, thereby tustalning the reputation of being
always enterprising and ever reliable. Having '
secured the agency for the celebrated Dr. King*
New Discovery for Consumption, will sell it on a
positive guarantee. It will surely cure any and
every affection of Throat. Lung* and chest, and
to show our confidence, we invite yon to call and
}■•■■: a trial bottle free. ■_*
THE GREAT HEALTH TOJIC !
Front of Bottle. Back of Bo ttl
*-j U the best health bey /*w-j
Ll» erajje known and eon-' *
3» tains but 4 per cent, of >^2
: .ifi acohol. Used very '•' j '£"
|^ largely by our best ji|
b ■' i* physicians for Nors*ng vI = a
§ i M Mother*, Dyspep tic 2M m
E £ O avalescenU, Weakly I \',\
; («L cbildivn. Demand the 7VI
A t '^k genuine, which is put 'A ? *t
m -.x upoLlr in bottles as p*r/?T "^l
L^^ cuu,and bears the name ■ 'HJ
"g^ TARRANT *CO I X) i
?BW9SgSole" Agents for theft )$\ 1u
United Mates aid Brit- k£ *^/ i} :
al?s7>?u^ ish Province* of North ; |;
!sS=2^.America,B; 0 Greenwich ■
.f~ *. £ ggstreet, New York. Bl ;i,
It- - l "t3 price .CO per dor. g) _ja
More Trouble in Kansas.
St. Louis, Not. 26.- Advices from Kansas
say another company is now forming, with
headquarters at Emporia, fur the purpose of
establishing settlements in Oklabama, from
which country Capt. Payne and bis followers
have several times been driven by the action
of the federal government. Hunneywell, a
town on the border of Kansas asd the In
dian Territory, is to be the rallying point, and
500 invaders are expected to arrive there in
the course of the week.
The Indians are said to be greatly dis
turbed at the unsettled conditions of things
In the territory, and are committing depre
dations on the property of the white men
who are in the territory by sanction of the I
law. Recent j a dwelling, barns, granerif* |
and a large amount of feed stored for win- \
ter, bel >ngine to Mr. C. C Aldington, cat
tleman, residing et tbe CbUkasaw nation,
were totally destroyed by the Indians.
CTATKOF MINNESOTA. COUNTT OF RAMSEY
O — a*, In Probate Coon, special term, November
In the matter of the estate of Sven Olson, de
On reasUac and ftlinc tbe petition of Charles Olson,
■daifatanaior of the estate of Sven OUoa. de
cease*, representing among other things that be has
fully administered said estate, tad praying that a
time and place be fixed for examining and allow.
his account of «dm ln ration, and for the **tt*n
ment of the PSSMm of said estate to sole heir at lav
of »a.d UeceiM-4.
It It ordered, that said account be examined, and
petition heard, by the jndseof this conn, on Wetln-*
--d*>. the 26th day of November. A. D. ISS4. at ten
o'clock a. m. at the Probate uffire In said county.
And it Is farther ordered, that notice thereof be
given to all persons Interested, by publishing a copy
of tola order for thrve successive week* prior to salti
day of hearing. In the D*ilt Globx. a newspaper
printed and published at Saint Paul In said county.
By the Conn.
tt-*-j m B. McGROHTY.
Judge of Probate.
Attest: Tvaxx Robert. Jr.. Clerk.
Piucx * Gsoaus. Attomr)t for administrator.
dot >-■><■ Hi |
CTATE OF MINNESOTA. COUNTY OF RAMSKT
° — ss, District Court. Second Judicial District.
Mary Arleff, plafcilia. against Anton ArleO, defend
The State of Minnesota, to the above named defend
Yon are hereby summoned and repaired to answer
the complaint of tbe pla'atlS In tbe above entltlrd
action which U on Us In the once of the clerk of
•br said court, at hU once, at the city of St. Paul.
Minnesota, and to serve a copy of your answer to
■aid complaint on the subscriber, at his office. In the
city of E:. Paul, in the county at lUmsey. wtthln thirty
days after the service of this summons upon you. ex
clusive of tbe day of such service, and if you fall to
an.wcr the said complaint within the time aforesaid,
the plaintiff tn this action win apply to the conn for
the relief demanded in the cumpUlnt.
Dated October 23th. A. D. IS3«.
IIEXHY E. RANDALL,
aovtS-7w thu P!alntlfTs Attorney, St. Paul, Minn.
STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF RAMSEY !
The state of Minnesota, to Arthur Phlpps. defend
You are hereSy summoned to be and appear before
| the undertime;!, one of the Justices of the Peace In
and for sold county, on the day of December.
1894, at 2 o'clock In tbe afternoon, at my office la
| the city of St. Haul, In said county, to answer to Jo
seph Chartlrr, In a civil action.
Should you fail to appear at the time ami place
aforesaid, judgment win be rendered against you
upon the evidence adduced by said Joseph Chartler
for such sum as he shall show himself entitled to.
Given under my hand this llth day of November*
A. O. ISB4. .
8. V. HANFT.
Justice of the Peace.
on«,is. tai«*Oßmi.v, Attorney of Halt tin.
St. Paul. Minn. nor 13-4 w-thn
The Minnesota Stone Comp'y,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
»rih River and i'cn.;>\lvania Bias Stone,
SAWED OHIO FLAGGING.
Sidewalk Flagging a Specialty.
\VM. X.V MiKl ii . A*. & Mnnscxr,
Office* Koom SC Wood* Block, Minneapolis^
" —Room 6, Cham. Com. Build St. Paul
Matt Majlctirii Co.,
FOUBDRY AlA'Hii SHOP.
auw aittt* ....#;
Mil. M t tl.h.~rt(,
Iron cC Brass Casting*
ALL KISD* OF HEPAIHS.
MANKATO, - - MINN
FURNITURE. ETC. ;.*
•■Msnnfactnre and Wholesale Dealer m
Cartels, Malta, Oil Clou anil FeatUers
BDRIAL CASKETS AHD : OFfIHS.
Orders for Bank and Office Furniture Promptly
101 SOUTH FRONT STREET,
MANKATO, ■ - MINN.
S. P MORRISON & CO,
BOILERS. Ilium I.HUMEKT.
. STEAM PUMPS,
Inspirators, Parkin?, Steam Fill ing
v.4.\K4Tn. ... WnWK
MOORE, PIPER & CO..
WHOLESALE DGGISTS & JOBBERS
in Faints, Oils, etc.
We ship Carbon oil and Gasoline from the
fallowing nations: Winnebago City. Tracy,
Pipestone. Minn. ; Watertown, Volga, D. T.
We solicit the trade of dealers only. S4stf
W. B. CRAIG & CO.
We are prepared to handle the largest amount
of stone In the shortest time of any firm in the
West, and bare every facility for filling orders
promptly, and are prepared to take all kinds of
CCUTRLT wobk II Tan LIKE
—»——»—■— — — — — — — »
tJnseed Oil and Cake by the Old Proem.
CROWD CAKE FOR FEEDI.!«i,
Constantly on Hand.
Finest Prices Paid for Flax Sc^.
MANh.Vru, - - MINX.
O. R. MATHER.,.
COSTRACTOR md builder,
i Manufacturer of Red and Cream Brick, and dealer
| k ku ».uiu» of jiiaiJio olotu*. viu j-rry aou tVor i. •
1 Nort Froct street.
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