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Dynamite Used by tbe ex-Employes of the
Lake Shore and Michigan South
The Signal Tower in the Outskirts of
Ohicaso Shattered by the Power
Xarsow Escape or the Night Operator
From sudden and Violent
A Switch Thrown Open in an At
tempt to AVreck a l'assenijer
Chicago, Sept. 11.— The war against
the Lake Shore Railroad company in the
town of Lake has broken Ottt afresh, this
time in a new ami dangerous manner.
The latest method is the use of explosives
and an attempt to destroy the property of
ihe company might have involved the, loss
of life. A few minutes before 12 o'clock
last night, James Calvin, the night oper
ator, was sitting in the signal tower of the
Lake Shore company. at the intersection of
the main and sun-k yards tracks. The tower
is thirty teet high, and in ii is machinery
by which the switches. signals
aiid sates for a long distance along the line
of the road are burned. Calvin was alone
fan the top of the tower and had noticed
nothing unusual, when lie was suddenly
Startled by seeing a column of smoke arise
at one side of the structure. It was bright
moonlight, so that he was aware of the
nature of the cloud in an instant, and a
moment later his little room was com
pletely filled with a blinding smoke, which
almost suffocated him. Calvin started to
rush down ihe stairs to investigate the
unusual phenomenon. As he reached the
A DEAFEN'IXG EXPLOSION*
took place. At that moment Calvin saw
the figure of a tail, slender man dart away
from the building. The man ran west
toward the stock yards, and was lost in the
labyrinth of cats which covered the tracks.
At this instant an explosion occurred; Cal
vin was thrown to the ground with intense
force and his hat was blown off his head
and through a window. Such was the
force of the explosion that a number of
tools were lifted from the floor and
crashed through the windows. Calvin did
not lose consciousness, and, after pulling
himself together, rushed out on the tracks.
Officers Donovan and Costello were on
guard at the lime at the Root street cross
in?. They heard the detonation and ran* to
the tower, where they found Calvin terri
bly frightened. Then a search of the
tower was made, and it was rewarded by
the finding of a twenty-inch piece of shat
tered gas pipe
There was also a package of something
which looked like cotton, which had been
soaked in some kind of dark liquid. Smoke
was comine from it, and bright sparks
■were thrown off. A bottle containing what
is supposed to be an acid was picked up near
by. The door of the signal tower was
ajar and the dangerous explosive had been
thrown onto the floor. The explosive
shattered all the glass front of the house.
In the cellar are the batteries used
for the electric signals. There
■were 100 cells in the room, and of
these thirty-four were broken. Not only
this, but the pneumatic tubes, also used in
eisnaling, were torn and twisted, and the
whole system was entirely ruined. It will
take thousands of dollars to repair the
damage. When daylight came another
search was made for more explosives.
There is a little shed at the rear of the
tower. In this a small bundle, supposed
to contain another explosive, was packed.
It was wrapped in paper and tied with a
black cord. It was soaked in some sub
stance and was laid in an old mattress.
THE POLICE WKKF. A.FKAID
to open it and it was removed to the town
halL Calvin had only been in charge of
the tower a little while, having relieved
William Nevius. What makes the attempt
more dastardly is the fact that the outward
bound passenger Train No. 13 was due at
the town a few minutes after the explosion
occurned. The theory of the police
is that the wreckers hoped to blow
up the tower, and as the pessenger
train- came along to throw a switch,
and thus the train would have plunged
into the mass of freight cars that lined the
sidetracks. The explosion would have
done greater damage had the door been
closed after the package was ignited. There
were also other attempts at destroying
property on the Lake Shore road la<-t night,
one of which was successful, the other le
sulting in the arrest of the man concerned
in the affair. About 8 o'clock last night
the Lake Shore road received from the Illi
nois Central a train of twenty-eight cars.
While these were being taken over the Root
A >\VITCn TVA9 THROWN' OPEN*
after about half the cars had passed, caus
ing a general wreck. Fifteen of the cars
were derailed, and although no loss of life
or serious damage resulted, the contents of
the cars were badly shaken up. About
midnight John Fagin. an ex-switchman of
the Lake Shore, was arrested at Fifty-third
Btreet just as he was about it is charged,
to throw a swkeh. with the purpose of de
rail in? a train drawn by Engine Xo. 533.
The arrest of Fagin was made by one of
the Pinkerton officers, who are still
guarding the Lake tShore tracks at
that point, the prisoner being taken to
the Harrison street station and locked up.
Fagin was seen in his cell this morning.
His explanation of the affair is as follows:
In company with a man named Murphy,
who is also an ex-Lake Shore switchman,
he was walking along the tracks and
claims that neither of them noticed the ap
proaching freight train until it was so close
to them that they were separated by it.
He says that when arrested by the Pinker
ton officers he was looking under the train
as it passed to see if any harm had come
THE LAKE SHORE OFFICIALS,
when they heard of the attempt to blow up
the signal tower, were greatly exercised.
Supt. Anisden immediately went to Fortieth
street to make investigations. The officers
of the road know nothing of the circum
stances except what they had heard from
meager reports. W. H. Mclntosh, chief of
the detective force of the company, this
morning said that up to yesterday the at
tempts to destroy the property of the com
pany had been confined to points at some
distance north and south of the Forty-third
street yards. The police had confined them
selves to a surveillance of the points at
which these attacks had been made, and the
signal tower had been left entirely unpro
tected. Mr. Mclntosh further stated that
he was sure he knew who committed the
outrage last night, and that he would have
them all under arrest within forty-eight
hours. He has sent out all the available
men under his supervision, and a deter
mined effort to apprehend the perpetrators
Is now being made.
Tber Shot a Deer.
Prospect House. Iff. V., Sept. 11. —
Late last night arrangements were com
pleted for another deer hunt, and early this
morning President Cleveland and several of
the guests of the inn betook themselves to
the stations assigned to them on the several
iakes and ponds in this vicinity. Mr.
Cleveland was assigned to Slang pond, and
Dr. J. G. Kossman, of Brooklyn; Mr.
Chatter, of New York, and Col. Belo, of
the (iavelston News, and their guides
stationed themselves at convenient points.
The dogs were loosed, but their only
quarry was a doe. which ran within range
of Col. Belo's rifle, and was brought down
by a single shot. Several hunting parties
will doubtless be organized during the
toming week, in which the president will
Tbe ' rivacr of Telrjjraun.
Saw Frakcisco, Sept. 10. — In Febru
»ry last Frank Jaynes, geueral superin
tendent of the Western Union Telegraph
Company, was subpoenaed to produce be
fore Judge Maguire, of the superior court,
certain telegrams which had passed between
S.lll Francisco and New York city, sent by
either of the various persons named in the
gri.o r-na to auy one of the persons on
each and every day for several successive
days, covering a period of six mouths.
Supt. .lay nos refused to search for or pro
duce the telegrams and was committed for
contempt By writ of habeas corpus and
of certioras. the proceedings of the superior
court have been reviewed and reversed by
the supreme court and Supt. Jaynes or
dered discharged from custody.
roncrni nn«l ttoniimttiona.
Philadelphia, Pa.. Sept. 11.— The
Republican conferees of the sixth congres
sional district to-day nominated Smedley
Darlington. The contest between Darling
ton and Everhart, the present incumbent,
has been a bitter one. and Everhart will
probably run as an independent candidate.
He claims that the rules of tue party were
l.o*i a Lot of Money.
Philadelphia, Sept. 11.— While Will
iam Kobftson, runner lor the Bank of the
Kepublic. was riding oo the tear platform
of a street car. between 1 and -J o'clock this
afternoon, he lost his bank wallet, contain
ing Sv!.CS!> in cash and ch<-' i ks amounting to
*5.3!>4. llobeson has no idea that he whs
robbed. President Rhawn. of the bank of
the l>publie, requested the assistance of
the detectives. He stated that no suspicion
mated against Uobeson.
TO INSURE LAND TITLES.
A New System of Perfecting the Titles
to Real Estate.
A Title Insurance Company That
Saves Time and Money.
If the same success and general favor on
the part of the property holders meets the
St. Paul Real Estate and Title Insurance
company that has met similar companies in
other cities there will be a general change
in the methods of perfectins
and examining titles to real
estate in this city. The company, recently
organised, has hxed its capital stock at
SoUO.Ouo. to be issued in shares of Si oo
each, and the books have been opened for
subscriptions. While the business of the
company has already been given in a
general way. as to guarantee against l"ss
by reason of defective titlts, liens or iu
cuinbrances. there are many facts of the
business of interest to property holders
which might be given more in detail. As
the name implies, it is an insurance com
pany, issuing policies, and indemnifying
holders when losses are incurred under the
terms of these policies. The policy of the
company takes the place of the abstract
and the attorney's opinion usually fequiredin
making a loan, or in the sale of property,
and does away with the tedious processes
of examinations and other steps, fre
quently necessary in the removal of defects
and supplying of omissions. The company
will have in its employ
A SET OF EXPERTS
in the examination of titles and all matters
connected with the transfer of property.
It is the company's business to make ab
stracts, examine titles, and straighten out
all the crooked technicalities in which titles
may be involved. A complete set of ab
stract books will be kept as a part of the
business, these books containing a complete
abstract of every piece of real estate in
Ramsey county. Title policies issued by
the company will be absolute guarantees,
backed by a wealthy corporation, and any
loss afterward resulting from any defect
in the insured title is paid by the company.
The borrower or purchaser takes from
the company its policy, which guarantees
the title iv the amount and for the time of
the loan, or for the value of the property
for all time, and pays therefor a certain
fixed premium, which, in most cases, is
less than the cost of an abstract and the
opinion of an attorney, while the
excess of cost, if any, is more than offset
by the saving of time and annoyance. The
cost of such a policy is fixed and knowi.
when the application is made. The pur
chaser of a piece of real estate, for instance,
instead of paying for a big roll of papers
foeming an abstract and then paying an at
torney to examine it and give an opinion as
to its correctness and the perfection of
title, simply obtains a title of policy of in
surance, while the seller instead of having
to furnish an abstract or wait for the exnm
ination of title by the purchaser, is saved
much time and annoyance. Both parties
are therefore enabled to consummate the
bargain immediately. The present system
of examining titles is not only tedious au<l
unfatisfactory because of possible clerical
errors in indexes ana lurking errors in con
veyances, but there is
GREAT DANGER OF FKAL T D.
Heavy losses have often resulted from
these frauds wrvch may be by reason of a
forged conveyance, a false personification,
a concealed dower right, incorrect informa
tion as to heirs, intestacy or any other
material fact and neither official or attor
ney may be responsible for failure to de
tect a flaw arising from any such cause, and
after the most careful examination there
are still many loopholes. This little in
surance company, at tne head of whicn are
such men of solid financial standing, com
pletely wipes out all dancer from any of
these defects. Instead of the simple opiu
ion of an attorney the purchaser or lender
has an absolute guarantee. and if the title is
thereafter questioned the company is the
party to stand the loss if any result Of
course, titles are examined by the company
in as careful, exhaustive and skillful a man
ner as professional experts can do it, as
this is of vital importance to the
company, and the policy then issued binds
the company, iv case of loss, to pay the
loss up to the amount of the policy. A
title once guaranteed, there will be reissues
of the policy to subsequent purchasers or
mortgagees, at a less rate. The saving of
time, as well as the saving of money, is a
ereat recommendation to any man who has
been annoyed with the delays necessary to
complete transfers or loans on real estate.
There are also special features of the com
pany's work requiring special deposits,
such as insuring against possible mechanics'
liens, the risk of decedent's debts, or the
satisfaction of an old mortgage. The com
pany will also,
FOR A SPFCIAL FEE,
guarantee against any delinquent taxes,
tax titles, etc., which will be of special
value to non-residents owning property
here. The company will also bring suits
to quiet title or reissue policies to the
amount of increased values of property.
The advantages of title insurance have
been thoroughly demonstrated in nearly all
the large cities of the East, where the
system has been in operation for
several years, having originated in Phila
delphia in 1579. There the public has
come to prefer a guarantee policy which it
can understand to a huge abstract of title
which it cannot understand. The com
panies are an established and complete suc
cess and equally satisfactory to the public
and the stockholders. They have for years
done a profitable aud constantly increasing
business. Wherever organized they are not
only popular and of great public advantage,
but the stock is considered a first class in
vestment, many of the coraDanies paying
large dividends aud the capital stock selling
at a large premium, which makes
the business profitable Doth to insured
and to insurer. In cities where title insur
ance companies exist, loan and trust com
panies, insurance companies, safe deposit
companies and capitalists have come to
rely on them require a title
policy before making a loan, and
they regard the policy as absolute security,
far more so than the abstract of title under
the old plan. In fact, in Philadelphia,
New York, Brooklyn, Boston. Baltimore
and other cities, so great is the couiidence
in these guarantees that scarcely any prop
erty will be purchased or mortgage taken
without this title insurance. A good slice
of the stock of the St Paul company has
been taken. Messrs. Ferdinand Willius,
Daniel R. Noyes and E. W. Peet are a com
mittee in charge of the preliminaries of the
To- Day's Weather.
Washington, Sept. 12, 1 a. m.— lndications
for Iowa: Local rains, followed by cooler
weather and winds shifting to northwesterly.
For Eastern Michigan and Wisconsin: Local
rains, followed by fair weather and slightly
warmer, winds generally westerly. For Min
nesota and Eastern Dakota: Fair weather,
nearly stationary temperature and north
westerly winds. Nor Nebraska: Ftirweather,
nearly stationary temperature, and winds
ST. PAUL DAILY GLOBE, SUNDAY MOKNOTG. SEPTEMBER 12. I»& —SIXTEEN PAGE&
ADDITIONAL ST. PAUL NEWS.
SO.nr. DAKOTA PROSPECTS.
Gen. Ilarritoa Alien a Candidate
From Dakota for Conffretiloual
Gen. Harrison Allen, ex-marshal of
North Dakota, was at the Merchants yes
terday. He is a candidate for congress
from the territory and thinks he has a good
show of winning, although Gilford, the
present representative, is ambitious
to return to tho congressional
halls and will make a tight for
it-nomination. Gamble, of Yankton, is lia
ble to divide the honors with him in the
southern part of the territory. Gen. Alle'n
stands well in North Dakota, and thinks he
has the Black Hills district solid. With
these districts and a few counties of the
South he could capture the nomination.
AUj. A. W. Edwards, of the FaTfO Argus,
brought the general into the field as a can
didate, and is makhu a vigorous light in
his bthilf. It is hard to tell. yet. whom
the Democrats will nominate for congress,
but the honor probably lies between John
li. Wilson, a prominent attorney of Dead
wood, and Capt. Mc.Conuack, of Grand
Forks, territorial secretary.
The Schiller Monument.
The design of the monument to be
erected in St. Paul in memory of the poet
Schiller has been derided on. It will be
maile in Stuttgart., Genuauv. by EL Pelar
gus, from a model by the celebrated E.
Raw. It will be of bronze and wi!l stand
eitnen and a half feet nigh. The lower
base will be of grey St. Cloud granite
liiiely dressed, and the two upper bases of
red granite, The die and cap to be of
Drake/ s red granite. It will cost not far
from twelve thousand dollars and will bo
erected in one of the parks of the city,
probably Central park.
I. aw andOrdcr I.eiieue Work.
At the last meeting of the Law and Order
league Agent Smith submitted his report of
the work of the tongue since July 5. when
it began business. Since that date nine
cases have been tried in the municipal
court for selling liquor without license in
the Seventh ward, each having resulted in
a conviction and a fine of SSO. Four cases
of selling to minors have been prosecuted,
with a conviction in each case. One saloon
keeper was lined $20 for keeping his place
open on Sunday. Additional cases have
been prepared and will soon be tried.
The Dime Museum.
For the coming week the management of
the Seventh street museum promises a
great attraction in the shape of a minstrel
performance. The personnel of the organ
ization embraces many of the people of
Haverly's, Foote's and Baird's minstrels,
and their names are familiar enough with
the public to insure a good entertainment,
llooley & Thompson's are composed of
llooley and Thompson. Howe aud Doyle,
the champion clog dancers; Peasley and
Dockstader; Keely, the tenor; the Stand
ard quartette; Roselle, the burlesque prima
donna; Dau Feston. Harry Rice and others.
The burlesque "Americans Abroad" will
conclude the entertainment. On the upper
stage Delevan and West Vaudeville Coterie
will present a programme, and in Curio
hall other novelties are announced.
Tleade in Court.
In the police court, yesterday, Frank J.
Meade was arraigned, charged with the mur
der of Frank Farnsworth. Through his
attorney he waived examination and was
remanded to jail without bail to await the
action of the grand jury, which meets in
September. Farnsworth's remains were
taken to Minneapolis yesterday morning
The EtiiiST is Lost.
Between 8 and 9 o'clock last night, John
O'Brien and a colored youth entered Strouse
Bros.' jewelry store on Third street and
asked to look at some rings. The clerk
put a tray of plain gold rings on the counter
and a moment after, the colored customer
walked out. As O'Brien left, the clerk
missed a gold rinff and called an officer.
O'Brien was searched at the station, but
the missing ring was not found.
ITlcade Taken Mck.
Frank J. Meade, who is charged with
murdering Frank Farnsworth, was taken
sick last night, and Dr. Hand was sum
moned to the jail. Meade has been ex
tremely nervous since Farnsworth's death
and has slept but little since the shootine.
The physician prescribed an opiate and will
visit the patient again this morning.
A Bolt at Jamestown.
Special to the Globe.
Jamestown, Dak., Sept. 11. — The Re
publican county convention met in this city
to-day. " Dodge delegates were elected in
the primaries and were instructed for him,
and a delegation chosen for the Yankton
convention. A county committee was also
selected. Great excitement was caused by
a bolting portion, which contested the chair
manship, and. after declaring their choice
for L. I. Gilman, of Pingree, left the hall.
The convention here, under the call, pro
ceeded with its business and adjourned.
The legislative convention meets Oct. 13.
Still a Deadlock.
Milwaukee, Sept 11. — After nearly
two weeks of balloting, the Second con
gressional district Democratic convention
to-day adjourned until Monday, the dead
lock remaining unbroken. The 163 d ballot
stood; A. Delaney 14, Patrick O'Meara 14.
tO Tears "An Invaluable Medl
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WEARY WOMEN PRAISE IT.
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•ad symptoms of weakness. Mention this Paper.
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312 HENNEPIN AY.
* MINNEAPOLIS; MINN.
: 13 East Third Street, St. Paul, Minn.
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For This Week, Commencing
Monday, Sept. 12, 1886.
A line Seal PLUSH CLOAK, 40-inches long, at Mft Aft
well worth $30. ijUa.iJU.
42-inch Seal Plush Cloak, Chamois pockets, quilted satin
lining and seal ornaments, special price, QO l R ft
Large stock of V q>^.OU.
Fancy Wraps and Walking Jackets
In all the latest styles and materials. Newmarkets and
i Shawls. Full line of Children's Cloaks and Jackets. -
U J3! U JuXl VV -±j iiJtli
The best Scarlet Shirt or Drawer for Ladies and Gents
in the city for the price, at .
. ■•■•■;: ■■■-■■ :■' 98 Cents Each.
Gents - White Dress Shirts, full reinforced back and
, '"[■; 50 Cents Each.
t^^v T^ni r^t f^ f^& f^k *^r^v ic**^
Fine line of French Novelties, Plain Goods, Homespuns
A L i and Mixtures.
50 Cents Per Yard
For an all-wool .French Serge, 42 inches wide, in all the
leading colors. Complete line of Silks, Satins, Plain and
Fancy Velvets aM^|' Plushes. Trimmings and Buttons in
great variety to match all Silk Velvets and Dress Goods.
Agents for Butterick's Patterns.
One of our Specialties in Underwear. We
have Underwear for Ladies, for Gentlemen and
for Children. Complete lines in White, Scarlet
and Camel's Hair, from the best manufacturers.
At present we are selling a great deal of me
dium-weight Underwear, just right for fall
weather. ' One of the most popular qualities for
Ladies as the Jersey-fitting underwear, knit of
the finest Saxony wool. We have it in several
different qualities, which we will be pleased to
show whether you wish to purchase or not. Our
stock of Ladies' Muslin Underwear also is very
large and carefully selected. Our fall stock of
Hosiery is now ready for inspection, and so are
our new Kid Gloves.
C A. DIBBLE.
Corner of Third and Cedar Streets.
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fall Pager and ffMow Draperies.
The St. Paul Carpet Company,
■ 390 Wabasha Street,
EDWARD SCOTT, PRESIDENT.
Shows the most complete and extensive line of Carpets, India, Smyrnia and Armenia"
Rugs. Wall Papers, imported and domestic; Draperies and newest novelties for interio 1 "
decorations. Every department of this extensive establishment is in charge of compe*
tent men, who combine ripe experience, taste and judgment, and whose duties are to
assist patrons in their selection, so that harmony of color and rich effects may be pro
duced. We have the largest and best lighted carpet and drapery salesrooms in the
Northwest, formerly known as the Sherman Hall, reached by passenger elevator throngh
our store. We occupy the entire space extending over five business houses, including
our main store on the first floor : The styles and stock of goods carried by us is not ex
celled by any house in ttfe Northwest. Customers will find our motto, "Moderate
Prices." in every department of the house is strictly adhered to. Persons interested in
this line of goods will hud it to their advantage to inspect our goods and prices before
placing orders elsewhere.
y^lifli 1 LAUNDRY.
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208 and 210 Washington avenue south.
Ladies' and Gents' dining room and ice cream
parlors. on second, floor. 'sM?..:, ....
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DR. J. G. WALKER,
Eye and Ear Sargeon,
- 104 East Third street, St. Paul, Minn. v
To Whom It May Concern |
Notice is hereby ffiven that from and after
this date I will not bo responsible for any
tbiug contracted by W. Haberstrimpf for tho
firm of L. Fahrenholz & Co.. of Rush City, !
Minn. LOCJIS FAHKENIiOLZ.
Kush City, Minn., Sept. 9, 1886.
Rupture "Cured !
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that can be reduced. Call and see testi
monials. Send for circulars. PROF. M. R.
PARKER, 25 Collom block, Minneapolis. Minn
RALPH W. CAVEXATOn. CHARLES A. BARKER
RALPH W. C&YENAUGH & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AND LOANS.
Government Scrip Bought and Sold.
33 1 Robert, corner Fourth street,
ST. PAUL, Mi. NX.
Robt. L. PBitar, M'frCoai and Wood Dep'mt
Now is the time to plan for your Fall Suit, and
anything you may want in Furnishings you will do
well to buy of us. We have everything in that line
and the BEST of all kinds.
LYNX— Black. COON.. . OPOSSUM.
LYNX-Natnral. BEAVER. BADGER:
MARTEN. OTTER. HARE.
RUSSIAN SEAL. BEAR. MINK, Etc.
BOAS— The newest style, 3% yards long; also Muffs to mat
Now is the time to pick out your
Our stock is complete, from 32 bust, 27 inches long, to 44 bust
in longer lengths. We have the largest stock of Fine Furs in the
West, as an inspection will readily show. "We claim to LEAD in
the Fur Trade. :■
Ransom & Horton,
, - V. 99 AND 101 EAST THIRD STREET.
|i 1 H 5 la & IH B Jl I
Prices sell goods, and we are content to let Prices do the talk
ing. If you doubt the bargain or value of the goods bring some one
with you on whose judgment you can rely. We will send anything
we have in stock by express, C. O. D., with privilege of examina
tion, except guns, rifles and clocks, and they being bulky, we must
ask you to guarantee express charges before we send them.
■iLiiniiLjmiiywmi j. E. INGHAM, Successor to
Imoneyto loan E . LYT LE, Pawnbroker.
| watches, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Watches, Diamonds
diamonds Jewelry, Silverware, Clocks and Rich Novelties. '
1a.,11^ j *tti" Wholesale Jeweler and Manufacturer.
Wm\ mmlili SnfSlllfllf ■ mm WatCh Repairing, Engraring and Diamond Settia*
sns No. 45 Jackson Street, St. Paul.
•—•**- — -«- ' - - - A. Mima «*" JSL. J&X& \:Jr JL. /AnA JLaB
\^Wr^~i\ rPTV-^l r=ji c=y : i Who ride in their carriages are
Mrilllll Ws"^K?l 1 Mr= Ust as economical as others.
IV ''IT I \^\ i s i s now many become rich.
1 \-!/$< Y^\m\ In They save money,' that others
JH&tw /k Vx foolishly waste, by buying their
'til /v\ U% Clothing of Battler Bros., who
n§T \\l/ / \ll sell Tailor - Made Clothing of the
4m \\yL(i^ \l / I highest excellence at half what
VwSk. ml= I- the merchant tailor charges. We
im^^/ jjlk. ~jr\ I have. the finest of foreign mate-
«^-~u\\l. \\T rials, made in the highest style,
V-^^ri-W \ J^- ' guaranteeing perfect fit and
i^^^^~~^£r^T*r^dJ shape. Our fall stock is very
yj — > ~^~ = -*^££>sJ 1 large and specially worthy of
—^^^"^""^ ftl inspec-tion.
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91 East Third Street, St. Paul.
Fancy Stationery. Seaside Libraries.
■ 113 EAST THIRD STREET, ST. PAUL. MINN.
St. Louis and St. Paul Packet Company
And Intermediate Points.
Grand Opportunity to Visit the KNIGHT
TEMPLAHS' PA HADE at St. Louis.
Elegant Side-Wheel Steamer
Will Leave St. Paul
Thursday, Sept. 16, at 10 o'clock A. M.
Arriving at St. Louis Monday morning, and
leaving- there Wednesday at 4 p. m.
A. DELANY, Agent,
332 Jackson Street.
MADAME CONSTANCE HEIMOZZARA,
Will receive a limited number of pupils for
the I'iaualorte, both advanced and be
46 COURT BLOCK.
Wholesale and Retail
I LIQUOR DEALERS,
113 S. Washington Aye., Minneapolis.
Finest Imported and Domestic Cigars and Im
ported Liquors of all kinds.
I Branch House Corner of Sibley and
Seventh streets, ST. PAUL.
iNOYES BROS. & CUTLER,
68 and 70 Sibley street, corner Fifth,
B T. PAUL, MINN.
I For House Heating: is unequaled for
Economy, Efficiency and Durability
for Private Residences, Churches and
School Houses. Write to
E. F. OSBORNE,
Corner Fifth and Rosabel streets,
ST. PAUL, JJ INN.
DEN'XIS KYAN\ HF.XKV D. SQUIRES.
EOBEUT A. BETIirXE, JOBS W. BELL.
RYAN DRUG CO.,
IMPORTING AND JOBBING DRUGGISTS
225, 227, 229 East Third street, - ST. PAUL.
FAIRBANKS, MORSE & CO,
371 and 373 Sibley Street,
STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF RAMSEY
O as. District Court, Second Judicial District.
Lillian O'J>onnell, Plaintiff, aga.nst Patrick O'JDon
SUMMONS FOR RELIEF.
The state of Minnesota .to the above named do
You, Patrick O'Donnoll, are hereby summoned
and required to answer the complaint of the
plaintiff in the above entitled action, which is on
file in the office of the clerk : of said court at his
office, at the corner of Wabasha and Fifth streets,
ill the city of St. Paul, county of Kanney and stato
of Minnesota; and to serve a copy of your answer
to said complaint on the subscriber, at hid office, ,
in the city of St. Paul, in -th ) county of Ramsey
and state of M nnesota, within thirty days after
the service of this summons upon you, exclusive
oi the day of such service, and if yon fall to an
swer ; the said complaint ; within the time afore
said, the plaintiff in this action will apply to th»
court for the relief demanded in th« complaint." ••"
Dated it. Paul, Minn., Aup. 13. A. D. 18 6. . . ;
.;.-, -": ■■:-■-• 71 Ei^rON W. PHILLIPS,
Plaintiff's Attorney, Citr r J- %1 '. St. Paul, Mm*.':,