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SAINT PAUL MATTERS.
The Jury in the Case of the Anoka
Counterfeiters Could Not
Some Important Changes Among the
Eegular Army Officers— Change of
Key. M. X. Gilbert Will bo Made a
Bishop at St. James Church,
Stringing Many "Wires on Few Poles
—Summary of Thursday's News
in Short Space.
IN THE HAI-J-S OP JUSTICE.
Tbe Jury Disagreed in the Counter
fciicr-K Case— Witnesses must Be
The jury in the Anoka counterfeiting
case, that went out Wednesday forenoon
and remained out all night, disagreed, nine
being for conviction and three for acquittal.
As there was no probability of the jury
agreeing the members of the jury were dis
charged. Thfl grand jury brought in the
following indictments and were discharged:
William Rice and James Kyan. robbing
postoffice at St. James; Star-Uad-Boy, John
1). La Bre, Christian Peters and Aaron
Mowby, selling liquor to Indians; Fred
Stahl, "for using the mails for improper pur
poses; Kobert J. Diamond, for violating
the United States revenue laws by selling
liquor without a license.
In accordance with the direction of the
court the witnesses and defendants were
brought up to give reasons why they were
not in attendance upon the court instead of
coaming around town. Each individual
tsad a plenty of excuses, and a great part
of the day was occupied in listening to what
the parties had to savin order to save them
selves from being lined. All were dis
charged with a reprimand from Judge Nel
son, that will have a tendency to cause
them to be more prompt in the future. The'
public business lias suffered a good deal
from the neglect of parties and the court is
determined to have better attendance here
O. C. Hoiurhton was discharged from
the petit jury and appointed crier
ot" the court. The case of the United
States against Emerson Johnson and N. P.
Clark, an action in trover for converson of
timber on the government land was com
menced. Alter Mr. Baxter had produced
seven or eisht wituesses on the trial, by
leave of court be dismissed the ca*e. In
the case of the United States against N. P.
Clark and Charles Boehl, an action in trover
for the conversion of timber, under instruc
tions from the court, the jury rendered a
verdict for the plaintiff for S34S. The court
ordered a bench warrant to be issued for
Charles Miller, charged with selling liquor
to Indians. The case of the United States
against Peter Fay was continued till Octo
ber, ISS7, on his own recognizance. He is
charged with running a steamboat on Big
Stove lake without a government license.
Kice & Kyan were arraigned on the new in
dictment and plead not g»ilty. This court
has a great deal of business before it and
adjourned till 9 o'clock this morning. This
is an hour eorlier than usual.
UNITED STATES CIRCUIT.
Henry Pohlans has broujjht a suit in the
circuit court of the United States against
John Lamb. Patrick H. Lamb and Michael
O. Lamb, copartners in Clay county. Min
nesota, to recover 510,000 damages, caused
by the carelessness of the defendants. The
plaintiff worked for the defendants, attend
ing a threshing machine in Clay county,
which was run by a steam engine. The
plaintiff claims that the defendants em
ployed ignorant and unskilled men to run
theengiue. which turst and seriously in
jured the plaintiff.
In the Ramsey county district court yes
terday. Judge Brill filed an order denying
the plaintiff's motion to strike out the
amended answer in the case of The Second
National Bank of St. Paul against Isaac C.
Mahan and others. M. J. O'Connor and
Martin Delauey have appealed to the dis
trict court from the assessment of the board
of public works upon their property, for
opening and widening a street 200 feet wide
along the upper levee, William C. Bailey
has commenced an action against lioland E*.
Patterson and the St. Paul & Pacific road,
to recover 5450.39, lor lumber and other
material used in the construction of the car
shops at Hamline. In the case of Michael
Staub. an appeal from the award of the
commissioners, of damages against the St.
Paul & St. Croix railroad, the jury is out.
The following parties were brought In and j
arraigned: William Leonard, charged with i
burglary; Michael Slater, larceny; Peter
Anderson, assault with a dangerous weapon;
Michael McCarthy, larceny; Frank Miller,
larceny. All plead not guilty.
THE SUPREME COI'KT.
The following cases were disposed of in
the supreme court yesterday:
T. F. Cowing, respondeut, va. Andrew
Peterson, appellant; judgmeut Douglas
county; submitted on briets.
Thomas C. Smith, respondent, vs. Edward
Chapel, appellant; order Scott county; argued
Anra Xorth, respondent, vs. Margette Web- j
ster. &eortre H. Webster and Carlos E. Web- |
eter, appellants; order Becker county; argued j
A re-arjrunient was ordered in Willis vs.
The Erie Telegraph and Telephone company
of last term.
REGILAK AIIMY M2IVS.
Results of the I'roinotion of Col.
Willcox—Henioval of Headquar
The leave of absence for seven days
granted from Fort Meade to Capt. Cyrus N.
Gray, Twenty-fifth infantry, is extended
By direction of the secretary of war,
Brig. Gen. Samuel B. Holabird, the quar
termaster general of the army, will proceed
from Washington to New York city, on
public business connected with the con
struction of the new army building at the
To correct a partial misapprehension, it is
stated that the removal of headquarters to
St. Paul does not carry all the officers at
Snelliug to the city. The garrison will re
main as it was. The moving of headquar
ters will begin on the Ist prox., and after
that date all official business will be con
ducted at the army building, but all of Gen.
Ruger's staff will not immediately take up
their residence, in town. CoL Perm will
delay until the. question of the appointment
of the surgeon eeneral is settled, and others
will remain in their present homes until
December, as all the intervening time will
be necessary in securing and fitting up
quarters in the city.
. The promotion of Col. Orlando B. Will
cox to be brigadier general, vice Potter, re
tired, will result in giving a captaincy to
First Lieut. O. J. Sweet, of the Twenty
fifth infantry, now at Snelling. He will
take charge of his first company at Fort
Meade, Dakota. Second Lieut. C. A.
Devol, of the Twenty- th, will be pro
moted a first lieutenant, and join bis com
pany at Suelling. Lieut. CoL E. F. Town
send, Eleventh infantry, will be. promoted
colonel of the Twelfth. Major Bush, of
the Sixth infantry, will take his place, and
Capt. Sysler, of the Nineteenth, will be
come major of the Sixth.
On the 19th insL, Col. J. N. G. Whistler,
of the Fifteenth infantry, retires, which
will, besides other promotions, give Capt
Vanvalzah, of the Twenty-fifth infantry,
, ..THE: TEL£GBAPU POLES.
Ulany Wires to be Strung- on Them
—Are more Poles to be Put Up?
At a joint meeting of the council com
mittees on fire department and police last
night an important proposition was sub
mitted from the Edison Electric Light and
Power company. Some weeks ago the
council granted the company the right to
erect poles and string wires on certain
streets. Now the company proposes
to use . the poles on which the
fire alarm and police patrol lines
are strung, replacing the present poles,
however, with new ones, tiltv feet high,
and giving to the city the right to use the
poles for the police and fire alarm system.
The company also agrees to keep in repair
the poles and the wires of the two systems,
if so desired, without any cost to the city.
Superintendents J enkins, of the tire alarm,
and Blrge, of the police alarm, will exam
ine the proposed change and make report to
the council at the next meeting. The com
mittee and city engineer are in favor of this
plan for the reason that it will do away with
two sets of poles on the streets.
Superintendent Jenkins thought it was bet
ter to keep the fire alarm system ou sep
arate poles, but admitted that rather than
have another line of poles erected in the
streets, the plan would be adopted. The
representative of the company said that as
soon as a practical plan for. putting the
wires underground could be found, the
company would put their lines under
cround, but at the present time there was
no plan that could be adopted except at
'•II Trovatore" Flared Last TNisrlit
to a Larffe Audieuce--"Traviata"
Another large audience listened to the
delightful "11 Trovatore," as it was artist
ically sung by the Abbott company last
uight It was Alontescriffo's opportunity to
make a big score, and he did it most splen
uidly. Abbott was the recipient of the
usual floral tribute, and, together with An
nandale, received a large number of encores.
To-nisht that masterpiece of bewitching
and expressive melody, "La Traviata," will
be given. A change has been made in the
Saturday matinee performance, the "Mi
kado" being substituted for "Linda of
Chamouni," as originally billed. The
"Mikado" will be the performance nt both
Saturday matinee and evening perform
Sale of reserved seats for the engagement
of Salsbury's Troubadours, next week, be
gins this morning.
The celebrated McGibeny Family wits
give their rare musical entertainments at
Exposition rink, Tuesday and Wednesday
evening next with Wednesday matinee.
DR. CiILBEKT'S CONSECRATION.
The Event to Take Place in Chicago
Next Sunday Itlorniug.
Special to the Globe.
Chicago, Oct 14.— Dr. N. M. Gil
bert, of St. Paul, will be consecrated as
assistant bishop of 3linnesota at St. James'
church, Chicago, on Sunday morning next
It had been hoped by Dr. Gilbert's congre
gation and others that his cousecration might
take place in his own church. As it has been
decided that the event will take place as
above stated, a considerable number of of St,
Paul people will go to Chicago to witness the
Persons desiring to attend the ceremony of
consecration are requested to communicate
with M. W. Maxfleld.
That Third Street tfridire.
At the board of public works meeting
last night, W. E. Brain hall appeared on
behalf of E. E. IScribner & Co. and Ilobin
sou t& Cary, regarding the assessment of
benents for the Third street bridge. The
firms mentioned own the property on Third
street, near Canal, and the construction of
approaches to thd bridge will, it is claimed,
be of great damage to the land and build
ings, rather than any benefit. Members of
the firms testified regarding the damage the
construction of approaches would be to the
property and the attorney made a lengthy
argument on the same subject. The matter
was taken under advisement
For Sufferers by Hail.
Gov. Ilubbard was notified yesterday by
the special committee who have charge of
the distribution of funds to the hail-storm
sufferers in Marshall county, that clothing,
shoes and all kinds of wearing apparel were
needed for the sufferers. The communica
tion was sent to Ma>or Rice, who to-day
will issue a call for those who desire to
contribute, to the relief of these people, to
leave contributions of clothing or money at
the mayor's office. The Manitoba road
will ship all contributions to Argyle free of
Garfleld Post G. A. R. will give a ball in
Turner hall the 28tb of this month.
Tbe council committee on streets will meet
this evening at 7:30. and the board of health
at 4 p.m. -:■
Reported at the health office yesterday:
Dipntheria at 99 West Third and 493 Duke
streets; births, 6; deaths, 8.
TbtfVax figures of the Chicago anarchists
are announced as corning 1 attractions at th
Seventh street dime museum.
The members of the Jackson street M. E.
church will give a receptioa to their pastor,
Ke«. Dr. Forbes, this evening. -
A lecture will be given Sunday evening 1 at
the hall of the Union Francaise at St. Louis
church by Henry Boland, of Paris, France.
A musical and dramatic entertainment will
t be given Saturday evening in Turner hall.
j the occasion being 1 the thirjy-third anniver
sary of the German society.
Mrs. Judge Gilflllan and the committee on
arrangements are now engaged in making ex
tensive preparations for the charity ball,
which is to be given at the Ryan on the 28th.
The new Grace church Sunday 6chool
rooms, on Burr street, were opened with a
concert last evening by the Grace church or
chestra, assisted by Messrs. Beck and Shroer,
violinists; Miss Ella Richards, pianist, and
Miss Mahon, Mrs. Fanning, Mrs. Fuller,
Messrs. McKenny and Dickey.
Bushnell & Bushnell have their new office,
365 Robert street, corner Fifth, almost fitted
up aud ready tor occupancy. They will have
their lists of real estate complete, and will
have their grand opening on Saturday, Oct.
16, from 10 a. m. to sp. m. All are cordially
invited to call and look over their bargains.
Articles of incorporation of the American
Telegraph company were filed in the office of
the secretary of state yesterday. The amount
of capital steck is $50,000, and tbe incorpo
rators are Charles F. Diether, Charles F. Seb
ley, Louis H. Maxwell, Emanuel Good. Rob
ert Wight, George J. Miller, Richard F. Mach
ttieb. Frank Keojrh and A. Allen, all of St.
Paul. Buisiness will be transacted in this
The funeral services over the remains of
Ada Hill were held yesterday afternoon from
her late residence. The Rev. Dr. Dana con
ducted the services, which were short and
impressive. About twenty-five females,
companions in sin of the dead girl, were pres
ent, and the floral tributes were many and
elegant. The remains were interred in Oak
William Bradford gave the first of a 9erles
of recitals last evening, at tbe First Baptist
cliurou, on life in the far north. The room
was darkened and the leoture illustrated with
views .of |nQrthern scenes, being reproduc
■ tions of photographs taken during the Greely
I expedition. An audience of about two hun
dred was present. Another recital will be
given this evening, and on Monday and Tues
day evenings of next week.
E. L. Smith, of Chicago, is in the city.
A. J. Sawyer, of Duluth, is at the Mer
William B. Roe, of London, was a guest at
H. E. Wertz, of Preston, was in the city
R. C. Mitchell, of the Duluth Tribune, was
in the city.
Harold Tholeson, of Ashby, was a caller at
the capital yesterda3*.
Mr. and Mrs. George All&nson, of Milwau
kee, are at the Ryan .
David F. Calhoun, of St. Clond, was at the
Mrs. C. F. Mac Donald, of St. Cloud, was a
guest at the Merchants.
Marcus Johnson, of Atwater, . stopped
briefly at the Merchants.
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Stetson, of Ashland,
W. W. BetheH, of Washington, and C. C. Dun
lap, of Huron, are at the Ryan.
Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Maxson and Mrs. E. J.
Brigbtman, of Clear Lake,Minn., and Mr. and
Mrs. S. B. Coon, of Little Gennessce, N. Y. %
were at the Merchants.
Si. Paul Real Estate.
The following real ehate transfer! were
recorded in the office ot the register of deeds yes*
J D Ramaley to J Q Ilaaa, It 8, blk 1. Shady
Side add $200
B H Stevens to S O Davis.n % of s H It 1 and
2. blk 8. BaziUe & Gnerin's add 12,000
C U Pratt to H A Biscoe, It 1, blk 59, St
Anthony Park 1,900
E Stevens to M P Sullivan, It 3 and 4, rearr
blk 4, Sweeny's add 1,800
E V Holcombe to J H Fitz.lt 17, aubd of Wil
kin & Hayward's add 400
Same to P L Fitz. Its 13 to 16, blk S, subd of
Wilkin & Hayward's add 1,600
W Dawson, Jr.. to Geo Cole, It 16, blk 4,
Westminster add 420
Same to same. It 27, blk 4, Westminster
H J Rothschild to B Harris, It 1 and 12, bite
1, snbd B 34, Stinson, Brown 4 Ramsey's
A Perier to C D Pierce, c 40 ft of Its 7 and 8,
Rondo's add.. 1.700
AL. Harrow to C J Peterson. It U. blk 2, ro-
rmj ST. PAOT DAILY GLOBE. '.FKID AT MOmTtTSTG, OCTOBER 15, 1885,
arr 87. Nelson's add ....."......••... . 6«5
J M Pottgieier to M Sailer. U 11. blk 2, Pott- .
gieser'a snbd W«ide & Dawson's Out Lots.' 200
E Bensberg to V W Beckmann, It 28, blk 8,
Holers' add.... 1.600
E and A Moore to Goodrich Avenue Presby
terian church, Its 2 and 8. subd blk i,
Leecn's Out Lots 3.650
C U Minth to W X Schntte, Its 15 and IG, blk
1. Lockwood add..: ... 800
CAB Weide to H O Geldcrmau, It 45, blk 25,
subd blk2s. Arlington Hills ..- ....... 650
J Dcmeulcs to S Koop, 1-6 It 8, blk 7, Bazille
Guerin'i add 3.000
F J Riley to V W Karrar, It J4, blk 2. Ilaldei
man's add 700
H B Greening to F W Farrar. It 22, blk 2,
Haldeman's add 7 50
E Scheibe to A Loderling, Its 10 and 11, blk
IC. A Gotzian's rearr 1,600
J J Leuaou to V Kuauft, U blk 3. Douglas
add... 3 . 50
Same to E Good, H blk 3, Doußlas" »dd 8.5U0
Same to £ F Williams, H blk 3, Douglas' j
D D M.'rrill to George Kan. w 1-3 ot Its 6 and
7, w 1-3 ot of s H ot It 8, blk 107. West s>t.
0 L Taylor to F X Forster. It 1. blk 5. Wat
son's add 600
H H Fuller to James O'Meara, Its 22 and 23,
Smith's subd of blk 6, Btinson'e add 1,300
II H Schroeder to J Coskia, Its 9 and 10, blk
3, Mann's add 1.300
C II Lienau to J B Lewis. Its 3 and 4, blk 17,
Its 3 and 4, blk 18, Oliver's add 5,200
C Streissßnth to J Schmidt, 7 Its in Stinson's
subd, blk itti, L Dayton's add 6,693
\Y«ox to O M Metcalf, It 13, blk 1, Cox's 2d
1 St Peter to A St Pierre, v hi o£ It 9, blk 51,
West St. Paul proper. 2,300
J Hassler to J O'.Mearti, It 5. blk 26, Macku
bin & Marshall's add 3,300
C W Clark to M B Campbell, Its 4 and 5,
Clnrk's subd, It 22, Lake Como Villas 1,100
F L Bonsquct to ME Campbell, It 12, blk 4,
Milton add 525
Total, 36 pieces 1G3.27S
Fourteen permits were issued yesterday as fol
Geo F Jennings.2-story frame dwelling.Clark
»t bet York and Case $1,500
M Auerbach, stone foundation, Portland av_
Det Aruudel and Western 500
O Freming, 2-story frame store and dwelling,
Arcade st bet Wells and Whitnal 2,100
J L Henry, 1-story brick shop. Bth st bet
k Jackson and Sibley 1,500
C W Carpenter, stone foundation to barn,
Summit ay bet Wabasha and St Petur 400
PBoennger, 1-story frame dwelling.Colorado
Et bet Clinton and Katon 1,000
James Cuff, 15ij-story frame dwelling and
stable. Forest st bet Sims and York 1,000
M Apfebbacher, 1-story frame dwellihg, Page
st bet Cherokee and Ottawa 600
Six minor permits 760
SALMON P. CHASE.
Elis Aslics Will Henceforward Rest
in His Native state— Rcceptiou at
Cincinnati, Oct. 14.— The special train
bearing the remains of Chief Justice Chase
and the committees and others who attended
the ceremonia here to-day arrived tills
morning at 9 o clock .over the Cincinnati,
Washington & Baltimore railroad. Under
the arrangement made by a local committee
of arrangements, of which Mayor Smith
was chairman, the party was met at the
depot and a cortege formed to escort the re
mains to Music hull. The weather, which has
been tine for manyjdays, became stormy with
rain last night, but by thetime the cortege
began to form tiie clouds had partly broken
away and a warm October sun was shining
through the purified air. There was a re
speetiful gathering of [people about the
Grand Central passenger station anx ions in
their way to testify their regard for the
distinguished dead. A platoon of po
lice prevented ' encroachment on
space Drequired for the orderly form
ation of the cortege. This was formed
with the first carriage containing Gov. For
aker, Mayor Amos Smith, Attorney Gen
eral J. H. Kohler and Murat Halsted. The
second carriage contained the members of
the supreme court of the state, lions. T.
F. Minshall, M. D. Folte, Selwyn Owans
and W. D. Spear. The third was occu
pied by Hon. Alphonso Taft Hon. A. F.
Perry. Hon. M. F. Pierce and Hon. W. S.
Groesbeck. The fourth, fifth and sixth
carriages contained representatives ot the
bar association and of the chamber of com
merce of Cincinnati. Arriving at Music
hall, the casket was borne down the aisle
and placed on a platform in front of the
center of the stage, and the seven colored
pall-bearers sat down on the other side of
the remains as a guard ot honor. The hall
was appropriately draped. The stage was
reserved for the speakers and for the distin
guished invited guests. The hall was well
tilled with members of the G. A. R. posts,
who came in organized bodies, and by other
ladies and gentlemen. Many elderly per
sons were- observed in the hall. A simple
floral design in white, representing a cross.
a wreath and an anchor was the only orna
ment about the casket. As Mrs. Katharine
Chase Sprague, with the party in company
with her entered the hall and passed down
the center aisle, the great organ sounded
a funeral composition. At its conclusion,
Hon. Benjamin Butterworth made a brief
address, transferring the remains- to the
state of Ohio, closing by committing to
Gov. Foraker the casket cont&ining all that
remains of the distinguished citizen of
Ohio. Gov. Foraker in accepting the sa
cred trust for the state, said the entire
state of Ohio felt honored by this day's pro
ceedings. The governer then paid a tribute
to the memory of the dead jurist. Prayer
was then offered by Key. Dr. John Hall, of
New York. This was followed by the
"Chorus of Angels." Ex-Gov. Hoadley's
oration was not, as he said, the work of a
historian or of a critic, but only the eulogy
of a loving disciple. It was delivered with
a teuderness which at times was tinged
with a deep feeling. The choir then sang
"Praise." Justice Stanley Matthews, in
making the closing address, said he could
add nothing to the picture that had been
drawn of the public services of Salmon P.
Chase, and only spoke because in his youtii
he had fallen under the spell and influence
of Mr. Chase, and had ever since been his
follower and his friend. James Murdock,
the veteran tragedian, recited a poem by
W. I). Gallagher, anil after the benediction,
the remains were carried to Spring Grove
cemetery, where they were committed to
rest in the family lot.
Chicago, Oct. 14.— Freeman Fearnley,
manager of the Fearnley Kefrigerator com
pany, has expressed his intention of begin
ning legal proceedings against a local news
bureau, v.hich put in circulation yesterday
statements to the effect that he had fled the
city. At the time the articles appeared Mr.
Fearnley was not only in the city but in his
oftice. Mi. Fearnley said there, was no pos
sible foundation for the statement which
had been made affecting his character, and
that a very slight investigation would have
shown the rumors concerning him to be
utterly without foundation.
Xoeth Adams, Mass., Oct 14, — The
body of Bayard Putnam, chief of the gov
ernment topographical survey, was found
hanging to a tree this morning, a short dis
tance from the geologists' camp, where he
had been working. He had been missing
from the camp for a week. No cause for
his suicide is known.
Jones— Join me in a social glass?
— Thanks, I never drink any
"Don't drink? Great Csesar, just think
of the fun you're missing."
"Yes, but think of the headaches I'm
"Quite true, but you will never know the
supreme pleasure of getting over one of
them. Young fellow, life is full of good
things that you don't know anything about."
"How did it come about that Jones sued
his wife for a divorce?"
"Why, I'll tell you. Mrs. Jones became
so infatuated with lawn tennis that she
gave up all her time to it, neglecting Jones
and the children utterly."
"But didn't he remonstrate with her?"
"Oh, yes. he remonstrated with her, but
it did no good, so he sought relief in the
"1 see; a case of lawnM tennis."
Grasping at Straw*.
, "A drowning man is not the only one
who will catch £t a straw," said Jackson to
"Who else will?". "■••;
"A thi s;y man wi'l, sometimes." •
That's why Jackson and Dickson aren't
frieuds any wore. -
r The words "Jf it continues as heretofore,"
which the Gazette claims were omitted from
the protest published yesterday, if they were
nddcd as stated, were erased before jrolng to
St. Paul without the knowledge of any one
connected with tho Glohk. If they constituto
v "saving clause,"' as the Gazette says, then
there is small chance of its aulvatlon, as it
served notice of its intentions lor tho future
Alfred Johnson was locked up yesterday on
a charge of having embezzled moneys belong
ing to bis employer, C. W. Hitchcock, who is
tho complaining witness .in the case. It is
alleged thut he has squandered the revenue
arising from the sale of one or more 6ewing
machinos whioh he was intrusted to sell for
bis employer. He vlll have his bearing at
the municipal court to-day.
A rousing meeting of the Ames club wa3
held last evening, at which considerable busi
ness wai transacted. The club will meet
again at 7:80 this evening at its headquarters
at Opera House hall to perfect arrangements
for going in a body to South Stillwater to at
tend a rally there on Saturday night. All
who wish to advance the objects dosircd by
the club are requested to be present.
Judge M. H. . Sullivan, of Dakota county,
was engaged yesterday in hearing testimony
regarding the will of Fred Albrecht, de
ceased, which it is desired to have admitted.
Judge Lehniicke, being an important wit
ness, was unable to act. The case will be
The friends of Matt Clark will be glad to
know that ho was much better last evening.
His little son is still iv a very critical condi
tion, but is a trifle bettor since the operation
was performed and a tube inserted in hia
throat. \, ,
There will be a musicale this evening at tho
residence of \Fayetto Marsh, uuder the au
spices of the Ascension Church guild,directed
by Prof. H. I. Proctor, of Minneapolis, as
sisted by Stillwater talent.
Wanted— A • carriage painter. Apply to
Fred Geswein & Co, South Second street,
Wheat is coming in briskly. No. 1 hard
brought 67 cents at the Palisade mills yes
terday. •■" BQIS
Several new cases of diphtheria wore re
Scarlet fever is prevalent among the chil
dren here to a considerable extent.
Tho Captive Apaclios.
WASnixGTOX, Oct. 14.— Although no
formal order h,as been issued, the impression
prevails at the war department that
Geronimo and his fellow captives will
shortly be removed from San Antonio, Tex.,
to Fort Marion, Fla.
Washington, Oct. 14.— cabinet
meeting to-day was attended by all the
members excepting Secretary Manning.
The treasury department was represented
by Acting Secretary Fairchild, The Miles-
Geronimo complication was again under
The lusiait to the Flair.
Boston, Oct. 14.— Ottawa, Ont.,
dispatch says:' The cabinet council yester
day confirmed the §400 fine against the
schooner Marion Grimes, but removed the
extra $400 tine that had been imposed. A
letter of very strong censure will be sent to
Capt. Quigley, of the schooner Terror, for
his action in hauling down the American
flag. The council was agreed that there
was no precedent for such an act and con
demns it in unnieasured terms.
Mrs. Lemuel Rogers, Charleston, N. H.,
says: "I have used Coe's Cough Balsam
and found it the very best of medicines for
colds and croup.
lEare Opportunity for l-aetlei.
Ladies of St. Paul will be interested to
know that Mr. J. McKenna, representing
J. Litter, the fauioifs ladies' tailor, of New
York, is at the Hotel Ryan "with samples
and designs of (Litter) latest importations
of ladies' suits, coats, ulsters and riding
habits. Ladies will find him in room 270
with the most superb lines of samples in
cloths ever seen in St. Paul. Mr. McKenna
will welcome all callers until Friday even
ing Oct. 15. :-
1 m ■
Ko Charge for lias Service Pipes.
Parties desiring gas should make immedi
ate application at the ofliee of the gas com
pany for service connections. Services
cannot be put in after >fov. 15. St. Paul
Gas Light company. • • *
Bushnell & Buslmell _.-,'.
Have their new office, 3(35 Robert street,
corner Fifth, almost fitted up and ready for
occupancy. They will have their lists of
real estate complete, and will iiave - their
erand opening on Saturday, Oct. 10, from
10 a. m. to sp. m. All are cordially in
vited to call and look over their bargains.
For repairing furs, 20S to 212 East Seventh
street C. E. Danneberg.
Investment Securities !
We offer, subject to previous sale-
Minuesota School Bonds.
Minnesota Town Bonds.
St. Paul Hoard of Education Bonds.
St. Paul Chamber of Commerce Second
Mortgage Bonds. ►"
National German- American Bank stock.
First mortgages secured by St. Paul im
proved real estate, six, seven and eight
per cent., in amounts from $'>00to $10,000.
Full particulars furnished upon application
MONEY TO LOAN.
We make mortgage loans promptly, in any
desired amount, at lowest rates and on best
terms, and immediately upon acceptauce of
the application. HHR
NEWPORT & FIT,
J. D. POLLOCK & CO.,
Importers aud Dealers in
CROCKERY, CHINA AUD GLASSWARE,
LAMP GOODS, STONEWARE,
Looking Glasses & Plated Ware.
134 East Third Street.
20 Teara _<HMfr_ "An Invaluable Mcdi-
Uecord.jg^l^tSMX clno for Woman."
Mfm LYDIA E. FiHHIAH'S
iiMß^^*i»( ■ ' '^fiJ^'ar .A^Xi of cmc Gainful
yTyfuMjJiiiL % 4 IK Delicate Complaints- and
\^"SiiS&^«- ■N^wi?^' Complicated troubles and
•J&S&' *4fci^*sls!iL6 Weaknesses so common
M^&^^^Sii WM* 1 * o**0 ** cvx wiTes> : i lotl1 *
Iftflffiar^iil ?%4% ITISjI sovereign
mediate and last-
IT 13 A TETtT GSXAT HIU> IS PRjaKJJTCT, ASD 2ELIETE3
TAIH DtTMNG LABOB A.ND AX KEOULAR ENSTK C'AI, PESXODS.
OVER 1000 LADIES IN PHILADELPHIA j
alone, testify as to its good qualities. It Is a delicate
matter to testify about but va have their names.
I^Tor all -weaknesses of the generative organs of
either sex, it la second to no remedy that has ever
been before the public; and tor all diseases of the Kid*
neyi it is the Greatest Eemefly in the World.
PHYSICIANS PRESCRIBE IT FREELY-
ItM purpose is toUlyfor tlie legitimate healing of dia- I
ea*e and the relief pain, art it does all it OtGuns to do.
It will oure entirely all Ovarisa or Vaginal troubles,
Inflammation and TTlceration, Palling and Displace- '
sienta; and consequent Spinal Weakness, and is par-
Uoularly adapted to the Chsmgo of life.
WEARY WOMEN PRAISE IT.
It removes Faintneea, Flatulency , destroys all crav
ing for stimulants, aad relieves Weakness cf tho Stom
ach. It cures Bloating, Headaches, Nervous Prostra
tion, General Debility, Sleopleosnees, repression and
Indigestion. That feeling of bearing down, causing
pain, and backache, is permanently cured by its use.
AN ANCEL OF MERCr*.
. It Is a cure for all female -weaknesses,
including leuoorrhcao, irregular and painful menstru
ation. Inflammation and TJlceration of the womb,
flooding, prolapsus uteri, &o. It contains no sub
stance that is harmful. la safe and sure.
$1. (6 for $5) in Liquid, Pill or Loaense Form.
family should be-without LYDIA B. PINKHAM'B
LIVES, PILLS. They oure constipation, biliousness.
and torpidity of the liver, SG cents per box.
All these world-wide celebrated remedies are maim
£actur«d at Lynn, Haas. The Compound (in form or
iosengea and pUls), liver Pills and Sanative Wash
can bo seat by mall on receipt of price.
43-All Sold by Drngfflßts."Ss
.; Eend stamp for Mrs. Plnkham s "Guide to Health" |
Btd Confidential circular " with description of csoe ]
•ad ajrmptoK* of \reakaesa. Mention thu .Ruwv '
305 Jackson Street.
Six and one-half lots on Grandavenue.soutn
facing: (40x150), $900 each; one-third cash,
balance in one or two years.
Six lots on La Fond street,at Hamllne, south
facing, J400; one-half cash, balance in two
years. These lots are $200 below market
Three lota on corner of Earl and Rose streets,
house valued at $1,300, built last year, $2,000;
one-third cash.' ■ ' ' , - : • ■■ • •■.■ : . . ■[
Present your Proposals for
the St. Paul
Harvester Works Property
At or before 12 o'clock
noon to-day, when the
bids will be opened.
E2T.Bidcler3 are invited to be present.
LYMAN D. HODGE,
No. 47 Gilfillan Block, St. Paul.
All goods left -with us for
Storage, are at owners'
risk from and after
Our insurance on storage
a:oods ends at that date.
Parties interested please
note and call after goods or
leave address and we will
Ransom & Norton,
99 and 101 E. Third St.
The ELASTIC -TARCH is the only starch in tne
United States that is put up by men who have a
practical knowledge of the i-iiuiidry Ii otes-
oil. It requires no cooking, keeps the iron
from sticking and linen from blistering while
ironing, and gives shirts, cuffs and collars that
stiffness and beautiful polish they have when new,
which everybody knows keeps them clean twice as
long. Beware of imitations. See that the name
j. c. HUBINGEK & BROS., New Haven, Conn., is
on every package. Sold by all Grooers.
rr~ . ~ "ASK FOR ~
Bes'. material, perfect fit, equals any $5 or $C shoe,
everj pair warranted. Take none unless stamped
"W. L. Douglas' $3.00 Shoe, Warranted." Congress.
Button and Lace. Boys ask aBB /O
for the W. I« Douglas' -/.^- -_... Jr
U'iMt Shoe. Same styles as w'V ??i
the JiSlXi Shoe. If yon cannot <jp I ■ M
get t hese shoes from deal- ct'vt \M
ers, lend address on postal C/L^i <\ : 1»
card to W. L. Douglas, <S/\ / jS? %\
Brockton, Mass. vO/-o/ .^ j.\
For Sale by
CINCINNATI SHOE CO.,
l?o East seven tli Street, St. I' au
COAL HOLE COVERS.
American Manufacturing Company,
459 Robert Street.
DR. J. G. "WALKERT
Eye and Ear Surgeon,
104 East Third street, St. Paul, Minn.
Largest Stock of Artificial Eyes in the West
TESTIMONY OF A
Saginaw, Mich., Aug. 19, 1886—1 have
HalFs Sheathing Lath
In the construction of private dwellings and
public building's, with very satisfactory re
sults, and cheerfully recommend its use where
warmth and solidity of walls is desired. It is
also entitled to merit on ceilings where the
builder desires to deaden the upper floors, as
it forms a floor for the material. Where extra
warmth is required, it may be used as an out
side sheathing-, with grooves inward and plas
ter between the studding, affording also addi
tional fire protection.
F. W. HOLLTSTER, Architect.
E. T. SUMVVALT, Lumber Dealer, Gilttllan
Block, St. Paul. Ajjent lor the Northwest
ST. PAUL ~~~~
Architectural Iron Wort
Founders, Machinists, Blacktnitha and P*t
Urn-makers. Send for cuts of columns
Work* on Bt. P., M. U M. R. R., near UonM
KT«nue. 0 Hoo 118 B. Fourth street, St. F»ui,
O.M. fOWUK, Sea'y and Xr««*. ■
JEFFERSON & KASSON,
City Offlce -363 Jackson Street,
EDS: Corn»r Eagle and Franklin etreata
Being Complete Outfitters (ex
cept shoes) for the male sex and
selling only the Best at Reason
able Prices, has given us the.
trade of the People and made us
the People's Popular Outfitters.
One-Price Clothing House,
Corner Third and Robert Streets, St. Paul.
JOSEPH McKEY & CO.
PF*Send for our new Illustrated Catalogue,
Fashion Plate and rules for Self-measurement
1 1 11 1 ASSOCIATION, IJI 1 1
White Bear Lake.
For the purpose ot interesting 1 a largre number of the residents of St. Paul
at "White Bear Lake, the Wiidwood Park Association offer about one-third of
their property for sale
AT THE VERY LOW PRICE OF $70
Per Lot. and have placed the matter in the hancft of the following well-known
real estate men of St. Paul, through whom all sales wiil be made.
W, P. HILLIAED, SOMEKS & SACHE, WALL & ARMSTRONG,
A. B. WILGUS & CO.. SMITH & TAYLOR, J. FAIRCHILD & CO.,
DAVIS & BROWN, STONE & MORTON, BACON & COLEMAN,
HARRISON & HANDY, E. RICE, Jr., LAWTON BROS.,
E. S. NORTON, RUSH B. WHEELER, THE DAVIDSON CO.
This property will include all ot the lands on the Peninsula owned by the
Association, and a larare tract of property adjacent to and north of the St.
Paul & Dnluth railroad tricks, including lands on Echo and Pine Tree lakes.
We believe that in the near future the shores of White Bear lake are des
tined to become one of the most convenient and the most desirable locations
for permanent residence for such of the business men of St. Paul as desire a
home within easy reach of their business and wish to avoid the noise and
bustle of the city, comparing: in every way tavorably with the many suburban
towns surrounding: Chicago, and having: the great advantage of one of the
most beautiful lakes in the Northwest. Tt is with this idea in view that we
propose to disposegof about one-third of the lanls belonging to the association
at very low prices in order to more rapidly develope the property,
WILDWOOD PARK ASSOCIATION.
W.A. SQMERS,_President. H. H. HORTOS. Secretary.
Hr I r€r ( AKr iJvh k
Second-hand PIANOS and ORGANS in St. Paul that should ba
EXCHANGED for new ones.
Do not put it off until they become worn out and entirely useless.
It is an injury to a pupil to practice on a poor instrument. We are
offering extraordinary inducements to purchasers in the way of
PRICES and EASY TERMS. Write or call upon us for full par
148 & 150 East Third Street, 408 & 410 Nieollet Ayexrae,
ST. , PAUL.,
OUR FACILITIES FOR DOING A FIRST-CLASS
BUSINESS are largely increased in our new store, 339 and 341 East Seventh street. We hay«
added Hat Trees, Bookcase 3, Sideboards aud Desk to our old lines ol general House Furuish
ins- Goods aud invite a visit from all. SMITH & FARYVELL
DUNCAN & BARRY,
£0 East Third Street. - - St.Pau
\ anoy Stationery. Seaside Libraries.
113 EAST THIRD STREET. ST. PAUL. MINN.
For House Heatingr i 8 nnequaled for
Economy, Efficiency and Durability
for Private Residences, Churches and
Schuol Houses. Write to
E. F. OSBORNE,
Corner Fifth and Rosabel streets,
ST. PAUL, MINN.
Until now sold exclusively in the East
mined. For; sale for the nrst timo by
6RIGGS & FOSTER,
41 East Third St., Cor. Cedar
DRJOS. LICK — OCULIST !
Treats successfully all kinds of Sore Eye 3
particularly granulation of the eyelids.
East Scveutii St., Corner Cedar
QmiJ I M HEATING!
'■ i| ' 1 ji H if! WE WISH TO
U A UlAlfA im()I)0CE m
In St. Paul and vicinity, and will make
VERY LOW PRICES
FOR THIS SEASON,
Plans and specifications furnished for pub.
lie and private buildings. We also manufac
ture Valves for Steam, Water and Gas Works,
I Brass Castings, etc. '
! HOLLAND & THOMPSON,
"VVork.B— St. Paul.
Office— 3l7 Minnesota Street.
St. Anthony Park
The choicest, most eligible and handsomest
Park of all, between the cities. ,
FIFTY-SIX TRAINS DAILY I
Lota cheap, houses built upon your own
plans by proprietors and sold on easy terms.
Magnificent views, fine trees, streets graded.
Fare, TKc See
No. 109 E. Fourth street, American
«^^§p§gsp> Ylja Peerless Extension Table.
JEflnß Made onl.T of selected kilo-'lrled Ash, Oakt
K^fjmßria Birch or Walnut. Pat?nl«d slide. Kcmovall*
R l^ a *B R! Legs. The haml»OQici>t«nd strongest table in
fi * I of the mar ' tpt * ' '"*■ " d *" r dvscriptiTe circular to
• -•. • Tho St. Anthony, Furniture Co.|
• St. Anthony P*bk. Ramsey Co.. Minnesota.