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The length to which men will go
some times lias always been a standing
subject of surmise to women. Many
of their ways are understood and con
doned by the thought that "the poor
things mean well, as a rule, and, really,
it' they fail to do as well as they might,
it is "because they know no better."
But occasionally these men. or one
anion? them, go too far. as in the case
below described by a writer in the Chi
A man says that he Intends to run a
hotel during the world's fair exclusively
for his sex, because it is worth more
than a woman's weight in cold to have
her around in everybody's way with her
tomfoolery notions and exasperating
t Of course, he Is a grouch, a small
rouied, tag-end Jnean sort of a human
creature, who doesn't know the real,
glittering, superior stuff of the earth
when he sees it.
Quite likely his decision is fortunate
for lot of women who might have
blundered into his horrid old hostelry.
The thing is not created yet. but "hor
rid old" is, you know, a delightfully
abusive term to pitch at an offensively
guilty object. , ■ , ■.. .
Men ran hotels exclusively for tneir
own sex long before Jackson park be
came the Mecca of civilization, ihey
will continue the one-sided business in
definitely after the great show has
folded up its many tents and scurried off
to its numerous homes. Proprietors [
have kept and will keep these essentially i
masculine establishments in taut run
ning order, but never before has the ,
autocrat of such sex limitations flung I
out the intelligence that his was a place .
where man might be nd of that dread- |
ful feeling that "she troubles me so! &
The general opinion has been tnat j
these hotels were run because some men
willing to pay liberally 'more or
less free-and-easy privileges wbicb thej
didn't wish to have criticised by wor
n. en. and which they considered not^ex
actly the goings-on for the delicate gaze
of ihe lair sex. The belief, has been
that these men like a sort of club lite,
which is a comfortable release from sly
ness under all circumstances. _
Not a feminine individual feels 1 ike
meddling with the justice of that kina
ol prerogative. . , ,„„,.„
Women have their tunes and places
when an.l where they are Intensely
gratified to be rid of men. They know
how it is themselves. They appreciate
their exclusive affairs away rrom )e
sight and voice of the sterner, opim ou _
ated sex. I
These matters have been and are
exactly as they should be. The foIKS
on both sides of the bars have been and
are contented with "special condi
tions." It isn't necessary that this
alien, this son of New York, should
( give a churlish reason for following out
' a precedent.
Mow about the average woman as
guest at hotels.
Certainly she keeps the bellboy busy,
Wit that helps him to earn his wages
and the half-dollar she slips into his
hand before settling her bill. Some
times she sends to the office for par
ticular Information concerning the time
the 3 o'clock train goes out and the 'J
o'clock limited conies in. She tacks
photographs on the wall and uses lots
of towels. She asks the chamoermaid
to lenda helping hand about brushing
gowns. She keeps up a lively gait in
the hall with her cards and with visitors
to whom she is "in." She is otten
fussy about what she eats. Yes. she
likes to live all over the house, reading
in the parlor, writing at the reception
room desk- lounging on a hall seat, or
chatting in various general nooks with
her neighbors— to be sure she likes to
know what is going on around her.
But she doesn't come into the corridor
after the play with a bias-ways tend- ,
ency, asking who she is and where she
is at. She doesn't go to bed with her
boots on or set the sheets on fire by
going to sleep while smoking. She
doesn't smash the mirror or dislocate
the furniture during peculiar moods.
She doesn't break bottles and throw,
cigar stumps promiscuously. She uoesn't
get all the chambermaids on the floor
into a row with themselves by flirting
with each cue of the crowd. She doesn't
run up a giddy bill of "extras" and then
have to pawn ber best things for money
enough to get home or to pay her or
A shining truth is that since that
memorable garden eviction of ancient
dat" men have followed where women
'i hertfore, the hotel where women do
most cougtezate is most patronized by
men. and is the popular, leading estab
lishment for public accouimodaliou.
Bali and Reception for the Clubs
A grand reception and ball will b
tendered the Cornell university clubs
by the Cornell alumni of St. Paul at the
GeM 15 M.
««I l»R~e been a great Bnff ere? front
Torpid Liver mid Dyspepsia. Every
thing I a«c disagreed with mo until I
' began taking'
I can now digest any hind of food;
never have a headache, and liavo fain*
«d Hf teen pounds in weight."
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> CLUETT, COON & CO.
Aberdeen Monday evening after the
concert. Mesdames Reeve. Newport,
Delos A. Monfort, Lorenzo L. 0.
Brooks, Charles B. LamUorn, George B.
Young andyniden K. holmes will re
ceive, assisted by the following alumni:
Oscar L. Taylor, William K. Brainhall.
William P.Abbott, Charles W. Ames.
James 11. Skinner and Frederick D.
Mrs. 11. M. Newport will entertain
the clnts at her home, 217 Summit ave
nue. Monday afternoon, April 3, from 3
to 5. Mr. and Mrs. James Skinner will
assist in receiving. Light refreshments
will be served.
* At $15.00.
Gentlemen's genuine Imported Clay
Worsted suits. $15. It's not often that
tailor-made suits from Clay Worsteds
are offered at $15. There's a urea dif
ference between tailor-made and ordi
nary-made clothing that the wearer
finds out in time. It's always cheapest
in the lonu run to buy the best, ana the
best is always found at The Boston,
MISS 15MMA JUCH.
Will Appear in Wagnerian Music
Next Week From Start to Finish.
Music lovers of St. Paul will be de
lighted to hear that the great Wagne
rian conductor, Anton Seidl, will give a
concert iv the People's church on Tues
day, April 11. He brings with him his
unsurpassed orchestra of sixty instru
] mentalists and a company of vocalists
[ numbering sixteen, an 1 the ever popular
i Miss Emma Juch is at the head, of the
i vocal part of the organization. The en
! tire organization numbers eighty peo
! pie. This is the hist occasion that St.
! Paul, or any city outside New York, has
ever nail the opportunity of hearing ex
cerpts from ail of Wagner's great music
j dramas, beginning with "TannhausQr"
, and ending with "Parsifal." the selec
tions being presented in the order of
their composition. A conspicuous
feature of the programme will be the
"King of the Nibelungen," which
comprises "The„ iWalkure," "Sieg
fried," "Gotttrdamerung" and "Par
sifal." Among the prominent vo
calists in the company may be men
tioned Miss Amanda Fabris, lately lead
ing soprano with the Carl Bosa Grand
Opera company, of England: Mine. Ca
rola Biegg, dramatic soprano, from the
Koyal Opera of Buda Pestb, and Miss
Gertrude May Stein, who was the lead
ing soprano of the Juch Opera company.
This operatic concert should awaken
the public to a lull appreciation of its
importance, and doubtless the People's
church will be filled to overflowing on
J the nieht of April 11.
The Wilder Concert.
Marshall Wilder and his companion
entertainers gave another of their de
lightful performances at the People's
church last nieht to an audience that
made up in appreciation what was
lacking in numbers. There is only one*
Marshal) Wilder, and fun is his crown
ing glory, and his heaters last night
had no reason to regret being iv his
couiDany. He is a master of the art of
unmaking, and seems to enjoy the.
things he says and does as
well as the lightest-hearted among
his hearers. ' Owing to illness, Miss
Carlutta Gilman did not appear, and
Mrs. Charles li. Yale, so well and favor
ably known to bt. Paul people, kindly
appeared in her stead. Mrs. Yale needs
no introduction or comment, but justice
requires that it be said that she sang
like her own sweet self and responded
to an*encore In her own kind way. Miss
Cecelia A. Wooley is a wonder among
musicians, playing her many instru
ments in a masterly way. Edwin F.
Kendall, the accompanist, was even
more pleasing than on his lirst appear
Easter Snnday is the Annual Time
For drawing on a pair of new Spring
Gloves. Gentlemen who appreciate
fresh, soft and elastic kids direct from
Paris factories, should remember that
we are the largest importers in the
Northwest. The Plymouth Clothing
llouse, Seventh and Kobert.
SOCIAL 1$ kiefs. .
Some thoroughly practical and interesting
hints opon 1 1 1 (_.■ preparation of pastry and
pies were Riven yesterday afternoon at Miss
Thomson's cooking class at the Y. 11. C. A.
rooms. In die evening at 7:30 a lesson ou
frying and boiling was given.
A benefit will be given April 14 by the St.
Paul High School Athletic association. The
entertainment will be of the musical order,
and will be participated in by the Masonic
Quartette and the Twin City Mandolin, Banjo
and Guitar club.
The entertainment that was to have been
given by Company C, national guard, next
Monday evening, has been postponed until
more complete arrangements can be made.-
The usual drill aud moutbly meeting will be
In Uie Clinton Avenue M. E. church the
Sunday school will have charge of the serv
ices the morning on Sunday ana the choir
in the evening. The choir meets tonight for
its last practice, at the resideuce of Mrs. A.
M. Lawton. . . „
The second of the series of Methodist
meetings preliminary to the Mills revival
will beheld in the Clinton Avenue M. E.
church next Tuesday evening. Rev. Frank
Dorau will preach,
A benefit will he given to Anthony Strach
ota, the musician who was accidentally shot
last week in Paul Martin's hall. It will take
place next week. __._ ■
The Hebron Baptist church gave a concert
last night in tbe church parlors. %n ex
haustive literary and musical programme
, was rendered.
A concert and coffee party will be given
| for the beuefit of St. Peter Claver's church,
iv the Twin City* nail, on the evening of
April 4. A pleasing programme has been
A grand masque ball will be given by the
Troubadour Glee club in Gray's hall Saturday
evening, to be followed by auother Mouday
Unity camp, Modern Woodmen of the
Wot Id, gave a literary entertainment in its
hall Thursday night. :« r s.
St. James parish will give Its grand annual
benefit entertainment on April 3at Market
The Troubadour Glee club will give a mas
querade at Gray's hall this evening. '
An entertainment was given in Garfield
A Million Friend*.
A fclfilld if 1 QS&i '? * friend - Indeed,
and not less "tnan one teillioti people
have found just such a friend in Dr.
King's New Discovery for Consumption,
Coughs and Colds. If you have - never
-used this Great Cough Meicine, one
trial will convince you that it has won
derful curative powers in all diseases of
Throat, Chest &fid Lungs." Each bottle
is guaranteed to do all that is claimed
or money will be refunded. Trial bot
tles free at J. P. Allen Drug Store,
corner Seventh and Jackson. Large
bottles 50c andlL , -A
THE FAINT PAUL DAILY GLOBE: SATURDAY MORNING, -APRIL I,' 1893.
Highest oi all in Leavening Power.— Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
"*\-. . . . ■ • .- ■
hall Thursday evening under the auspices of
the Garfield post. Ignatius Donnelly de
livered as address la regard to the coal com
bine. . V
Grace M. E. church. Burr street, will givo
a musical and literary entertainment Thurs
day, April 0. Ice cream and cake to follow. '
Some of tho Xew Styles.
These are some of the new Spring
Suits in our Children's department:
"Zouave, Sussex. Sherwood. Russian
Blouse, Primrose. Middy, Veatee. Ju
nior an I Cadet. They are natty novel
ties that mothers should see. The
Boston, Third street.
Visitors nt the Commercial club yesterday:
C. 11. Bradley, Chicago; 3. A. Thompson, Du
luth: \\". P. Anderson. Minneapolis; T. W.
Pratt - lluntsville, Ala.; E. Eccles. Alexan
dria: P. Hartrord, Chicago: George W. Sey
mour, Taylors Falls; William T. Booth. New
York; 11. C. Soutberd. Fanro; W. B. Abbott,
Quebec: J.C Michelson. Kansas City; Jo
seph J. Windier. Minneapolis; Charles J.
At the Clifton— T. S. McChase, St. Cloud;
Teaphil Zelz, St. Louis; J. 11. Allen, Chi
cago; W. II . Hachelor, Chicago; Lawrence
Smith Litchfield, ill.: Mr. and .Vrs. Waugh.
Little Bock: J. 11. Wheeler, liasson: K.
Grand and wife. St. Cloud; W. J. Mahoney,
Samestown. N. D.; O. J. Scavell, Chicago; T.
S. Campbell. West Superior.
At Hotel Metropolitan— L. Seeman.
J. E. Bloom, Chicago; W. T. McCaskey,,
Spokane: Mrs. Walker, St. Louis; 11. J.
Saunders, San Francisco: A. Jackson, Louis
ville. Ky. ; Q. P. Barfcbardt, Portland; A. It. |
Copelaud, Boston; O. A. Bennington. New •
Key. John Paul Egbert D. P.. of Buffalo.
N. V., the new pastor of the House of Hope
Presbyterian church, will preach his lirst
sermon ip his new pastorate Sunday nioru
ing. lie will also preach in the evening.
At the Brunswick— George 11. McVeigh,
Boston; M. I'atmo, Rol a. X. D.: James
Armstrong, Spicer, Minn.; 'B. J Hirsh,
W'ahpetou, N. D. ; T. W. Beese, Shawnee,
Lifeut Hale, of the Twentieth infantry,
has been ordered to report Immediately to
the department headquarters at St. Paul for
duty as acting chief engineer of the depart
ment. Jp' .
Henry Russell, who has been visiting with
his brother. Dr. B. W. Kussell. all winter, has
returned to his home iv Madclia.
11. G. Wotherspoon, in advance of the
Anton Seidel Orchestra and Operatic com
pany, is at the Ryan.
Miss Kittle ho!/., of 107 South Wabasha
street, who has bocn very sick for some time
past, is improving,
Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Calahan. of Northfield.
were on tho West side Thursday.
L. Roth is very low at his home at -5Q^ Mid
way avenue with consumption.
Dr. 11. W. Watkins, of Milwaukee, was on
the West side Thursday.
Miss Layman, of Fargo, la visiting friends
on the West side.
Miss Uyland, of Rosemount, is In the city.
Special at $13.00.
Very low price, we think, are our
BlacK Worsted Cheviot Spring Over
coats at *13. The goods are imported,
ami our guarantee that they will give
satisfaction makes the investment at
this price a good one. The Boston.
THE CIT^ FUNDS.
What Has lieen Paid In r.nd
What Has Been Paid Out for
the Past Thirty Days.
The receipts and disbursements of the
city treasurer's office from March 1, 18S3,
to April 1. 1888, were as follows:
Balance on hand March 1, 1833.... §W2, 778 16
Municipal court $2,673 00
Market master (hall rent) 83 00
Buildine inspector 12.1 59
City clerk (market rent) 21-53
City clerk (ollice fees) 182 00
Liquor licenses 29,0 00
Truck licenses '- *w 00
Miscellaneous licenses 1,-04 1.
Hack arivers' license* * 00
Butchers' licenses tl i?
Poot peddlers' licenses 89 (6
Vehicle peddlers' licenses 107 77
Hack licenses 20 00
One-horse vehicle licenses :. 60 00
Hewer licenses and permits 62 00
Interest on daily bank deposits 51") 22
Tax levy certificates of indebted
ness " 150.030 00
Tax receipts 202.108 09
Redeemed certificates of sale 8,939 08
Partial redeemed certificates of
luterest fund i 31,798 41
Sinking fund 064 45
School fund 29 00
Board of control 55 40
Water department. 3LOOO 00
Police pension fund 50 00
St. Paul public library 8100
Special assessments funds 8,220 2o
Total receipts..../. : $467,504 23
Total, including balance $833,282 39
„Clty orders $216,775 47
Park warrants £945 79
Water department warrants 27,933 71
Workhouse warrants _ 2,71»7 72
Police pensioil fund warrants 312 48
Library warrants 1,145 66
Balance on hand April 1. 1803 $568,431 37
Deposits made on or before A"pril 3in
"the Minnesota Savings Bank, 322 Waba
sha street, draw three months' interest
July 1 at the rate of 5 per cent per an
A Big Trip.'
The musical representatives of Cor
nell-university, comprising the Glee,
Banjo and Mandolin clubs, are taking
the most extensive college glee club
trip of the season. Starting out from
Itbica, they give concerts at Buffalo,
Toledo, Saginaw, Grand Rapids, Mil
waukee, Duluth. St. Paul, Minneapolis,
Chicago. St. Louis, Detroit and New
York City. The great success with
which these chibs met last season has
prompted them to take this extensive
tour. They travel in their private cais,
and will cover 4,000 miles in all— several
hundred miles more than any other col
lege organization. The clubs have
been enlarged, many new features have
been added and they will undoubtedly
tax the capacity of Music hall to its ut
most when they appear in this city
FACTS AND FANCIES.
Grand Easter .Display
Of choice Fresh Meats. Poultry, Game.
Spring Lamb. etc. Full supply of
Sweet Breads, Calves' Liver.fancy Saus
ages, finest Turkeys and Chickens. F.
W. Luley & Son, 382 Jackson street.
For Faster Shoes.
Still selline at reduced prices, the
rest of this week. "The Cincinnati,"
173 East Seventh.
Fancy Sugar-Cured Hants.
Great, large, lean Ham. 15 cents; nice
Family, 10 to 15-pound Hams. 17 cents;
best Boneless Hams, 16 cents; choice
Dried Beef. 10 to 15 cents; Summer
Sausage, 20 cents. F. W. Luley & Son,
382 Jackson street. - - ' ' .
Mothers, "Be sure and use Mrs. Win
low'sSoothiug Syrup for your children."
I>r. W. I>- Green, Dentist,
Is now located In elegant quarters Id
tne new Mannheimer building, opposite
Metropolitan opera house. .;>: -x
Mallard Ducks, Red Heads, Teal
Ducks, Geese, Chickens, Turkeys,
Spring Chicks of '93, Deviled Crabs, at
the Boston Fish Markj^
; Spring Lamb, $1.25 to 92.25
For quarter lamb; finest Lamb Roasts,
15 cents: Young Chickens, 18 cents.
Quick delivery to all parts of city. F.
W. Luley & Son, 582 Jackson street.
GRIEF AND PRAYER.
Solemn Services In the Cath
olic Church: of Supplica
tion and Petition.
Altars Are Stripped, and 1
Neither Incense Nor Lights
. Are Carried. ;
The Only Day in the Year
When Holy Sacrifice of the
Mass Is Suspended.
Services Tomorrow Will Be
of a Brighter Nature,
With Song's of Joy.
Yesterday was Good Friday In the
church calendar, and the religious
world is now in the deepest mourning^
The altars are stripped, the bells hushed. '
and the music' silent to express the grief
of the Christian world at the crucifixion
of Christ. No change will come before
tomorrow, when all is changed and the
Lord is risen. Yesterday's services were
| the most solemn and impressive known
i to religious forms. Everything is gloomy
I and forbidding. The choir and the
I sacred ministers approach their sanctu
j ary in silence. Neither incense nor
lights are carried before them, and the
I vestments are black, "as when one
! mouiueth." On the altar is neither
! missal nor altar cloth. When the sacred
ministers reach the sanctuary, instead
of beginning by public prayer, they
prostrate themselves on tho ground in
silence, while a cloth and the book are
laid on the altar. They then rise and
proceed to read the lessons and collects,
typical of the paschal lamb, the type of
the lamb of God. The passion is snug
by three deacons, who each take a part.
The second part of the service con
sists of supplication and petition. The
idea of the church in tHis is to make in
tercession for all classes and conditions
of men. While the church bids the
faithful at all times to pray for the con
version of sinners, on this day she
makes public and official prayer for
those who are "enemies of . the cross of
Christ." First comes the prayer for the
spouse of Jesus Christ, the Church of
God; then the prayer for the vicar of
Christ, the pope; then the prayer for
the catechu then the prayer for
the heretics and schismatics: then the
prayer for the Jews,' and lastly comes
the prayer for pagans. •
The third action In this day's services
is reparation— reparation to Jesus Christ
for the Ignomy of his passion by show
ing honor and veneration to the cross in
memory of his crucifixioi!. f The cele
biant places the crucifix on the ground-,
and in token of his humiliation Likes off
his shoes and goes to kiss the feet of the
figure of the crucitix that represents his
dying Savior. As he approaches . he
kneels three times, and finally kisses
devoutly the symbol of redemption. All
who are present follow his example,
going forward to the communion rail
and reverently kneeling and kissing the
The fourth action is the mass of the
presanctitied. The candles on the altar
are now lighted in reverence for the
coming presence of Jesus Christ. The
clergy go in procesoion to the reposi
tory and bring back to the high altar
the blessed sacrament, which has been
reserved in a chalice since the mass of
yesterday. During the procession the
choir siugs the "Vexilla Kegis." On
this day alone.throughout the Christian
year, the church suspends the offering
of the holy sacrifice of the mass, that
our thoughts may be wholly-taken up
with the contemplation of the one sac
rifice that was consummated today
on Calvary. The blessed sacra
ment which the celebrant receive
today, was consecrated "(or presancti
tied) yesterday. Consequently, since
there is no actual sacrifice today, this
part of the service is called the mass of
the presanctitied. When the blessed
sacrament is brought to the altar the
priest incenses it. He then turns to the
people and bids them pray (orate
fratres), and himself prays aloud, sing
ing the pater noster. He holds up for
their adoration the sacred body of our
Lord, and then reverently receives
it. To mark our mourning and
confusion today, the priest does not
remain at the altar to say any public
C ravers of thanksgiving of to give a
Blessing as in other masses, but straight
way leaves the sanctuary. As soon as
he departs, the vespers are recited as
yesterday, and the altars are stripped.
The sanctuary Is empty, its light is
gone, no lamp burns in any part of the
church, the pictures are veiled; the
naked cross stands alone to proclaim
the mourning of the spouse for -the
crucifixion of her Lord. They shall
mourn for Him as one mourueth for an
only son, and they shall grieve over Him
as in the manner to grieve for the death
of the first-born. 'V--.
Deposits made on or before April 3 in j
the Minnesota Savings Bank, 32-2 Waba- |
sha street, draw three mouths' interest
July lat the rate of s •per cent per an
num, guaranteed. •-■■ '■
TIT FOR TAT.
Whitney to Prosecute the Phoenix
Company for Malicious Prosecu
County Attorney Butler was pretty,
well disgusted with the case of George
13. Whitney before the trial was ended,
and is not pleased with the Phcenix
Packing company's methods to perse
cute Whitney. lie said yesterday that
the Phcenix company clamored forthe
finding of even more indictments than
the . five found, when they evidently
knew that the man was not guilty of
misappropriating funds. The county,
attorney could not ascertain the true
character of the accounts until the
Whitney side was presented, and the'
butchers of the city gave evidence of .
the way business done. The coun
ty attorney will this morning nolle
remaining indictments, and Mr. Whit
ney will ;be fully exonerated. It has
been intimated that Mr. Whitney will
brine: a big damage suit against the
Phceiiix company for malicious prose
cution. , - : . - '-"■■■XXi
The correct styles are at the "Plym
outh," corner Seventh and Robert.
■XiiX COURT BRIEFS.
The jury In the case of Hattie Stew
art against The City of St. Paul fouud a
verdict of 1800 against the city. . •
The jury is oui in the personal Injury
case of Catharine Walker against The
St. Paul City Railway Company.
A new trial has been grauted by
Judge ' Kerr in the case of Sheehan &
Cannon against James B. Dowliug. :
Judge Kerr has refused to grant a
new trial of the case of Newton B.
Frost against The St. Paul Banking
and investment Company and others.
CfJohn O. Linden, guardian of Andrew
Linden, has begun an nation In the
United States circuit court against Tho
lied Wing Furniture: Company to re
cover 510,000 lor the loss of two fingers
by a buzz saw. The boy Is sixteen
years old," and was employed in' the 1
Judge Brill was engaged yesterday In
hearing argument on a motion for a new
trial as to certain defendants in the
case ot Sully Desuover by her guardian 1
against her son, William L. Johnson,
and others. The action was brought to
set aside a conveyance of property in
Merriam lark. ' ~ /'*• :
\ NEW SCHOOL INSPECTOR..
', Mayor Again Favors Tenth Ward
by Selecting McGill.
Mayor Wright yesterday appointed
ex-Gov. A. B. McGill as a member of
I the school board vico J. Gilpin Pyle re
signed. Mr. McGill, although engaged
In business In Minneapolis, is a resident
t of this city and lives at St. Anthony
Park. Lightning, in the shape of politi
i cal preferment, seems to have centered
in the Tenth ward at the present time.
! 11. E. Schuette was last week elected to
the assembly from the ward, and now
Mr. McGill, also a resident, is chosen
for .an important: position. It is not
known whether Mr. McGill will accept
the appointment, but it is intimated
that lie is in the habit of not throwing
anything over his shoulder and will
He Still Wants Flora.
George Ilausler was arraigned In the
police court again yesterday morning.
George had been discharged .Thursday
afternoon on promising Judge Twohy
he would not annoy Flora Ohme with
his attentions any more, j Late Thurs
day evening he was- found with a re
volver in his overcoat pocket, and as he
threatened to kill himself and several
other people the Hondo police officers
locked him up for safe keeping. The
case was called and continued to this
morning, when Judge Twohy will make
further investigations, and.if necessary,
' turn the love-sick cobbler over to the
probate court. ■
Offices for Kent.
Office room lor rent, a .bargain: large
office room, SOxGO feet, in Drake block,
No. 170 Third street (ground floor),
formerly occupied by "The Milwaukee"
ticket oflice; steam he-it, three large
bank vaults and every modern con
venience. Also for rent cheap, 2ox4o
feet in the room at corner Bobert and
Fifth streets, now occupied by "The
Milwaukee" ticket office: every electric
line in the city passes the corner. Ap
ply "The Milwaukee" Ticket Office.
Setting Off Fireworks Not a Pas
Judge Otis hns denied the application
of the defendant for a new trial in the
case of James 11. Burns against The
Provident Fund Society. The jury had
returned a verdict of £2,500 for loss ot a
hand while using fireworks on July 4.
In this case the .jury was instructed
that if the pastime of discharging tire
works was in itself dangerous the
plaintiff could not recover on the insur
ance policy. The court declines under
the circumstances to set aside the find
ing of the jury.
Decide Pearce's Fate Today.
j Judge Kelly will probably decide the
motion for a new trial in the Dr. Pearce
case today, and in case the motion shall
be denied will pass sentence on the
doctor, who was found guilty of man
slaughter by eommittinu an abortion on
Mrs. Helen Clayton. :>.
New Flowing-End Knots
In Japauese Twills, 50 cents. The Bos
STATE HOUSE GOSSIP. -
A mineral lease was issued yesterday to D.
Grauman for section 12, town 56, range 22.
| The 'Menzel Foundry company, capital
stock 539,000. was incorporated yesterday by
Jerome H. Mr.houey, Charles G. Meuzel and
Samuel L. Baker, of.Minneapolis. ' '.^
The North and South Side Laud company,
of Duluth, was incorporated yesterday by A.
E. Humphreys, Frank Cox and William F.
Gore. It has a capital stock of $50,000.
Andrew Thompson, of Brompton, Minn.,
has secured through the adjutant general's
olliee a pension of £6 a month from Dec. 20,
1891. Christian Bachmann, of Minneapolis
also Rets 512, from Jau. 28. 1891.
The following books have been received at
the state library: Vgl. XLVIH., Missouri
Appeals; Vol. LIIL, Northwestern Reporter;
Hawley on Interstate Law; Hawley on Inter
national Extradition; Waville on Abstracts;
Kinney's Digest of Illinois Reports; twenty
eight volumes of books and briefs of October
Term, Minnesota Supreme Court; Proceed
ings of United States National Museum, 1891:
Report of Lighthouse Board, 1892; Second
Report of the Commission of Labor. 1592.
"That supreme court reporter maybe all
right, but he can't spell intervener,' re
marked a reportorial paragon of unsullied
orthography, as lie glanced over a recent
decision of Judge Collins.
"So! Dow does he spell it?" as'ced a lis
tener. ■-9JU IM
."Got It here i-n-t-e-r-v-e-n-o-r."
"Well, that's right, what are you kicking
about V x
"No, it isn't right I'll bet 510 Webster
does not spell it that way." '
Muttering something: about not tiylng to
beat another man at his own game, the other
conceded the drinks, and blew the dust from
the marbled edges of Noah's life work.
There it was: I-n-t-e r-v-e-u-^-r, one who
The drinks were paid for, and then the
orthographical oracle continued:
"Now, I've written it rightly here. I'll bet
you another round that it comes out In the
morning 'or.' " * • ; - '
And it did.
. - AjlgggWCggggTß.
rHE ANNUAL. MEETING OF THE
stockholders of the St. Paul Foundry
Company will be held at the offico of the
company ou Monday. April lDth, at 3:30
o'clock p. m , for the election of a board of
directors, and such other business as may
properly come before them. C. M. Power,
HOUSE OF HOPE PRESBYTERIAN
• Church— Corner Fifth and Exchange
Sts.— John Paul Egbert, pastor. Serv
ices every Sunday at 10-.ao o'clock a. m. and
8 o'clock p.m. The pastor, Rev. John Paul Eg
bert, will preach tomorrow morning and
evening. The choir have made special prep
arations of music for Easier. Sabbath
school and Bible classes at 12:15 o'clock p.
m. Society of Christian Endeavor meet in
the lecture room at 7 o'clock p. m. Mid-week
lecture and pravor meeting, Wednesdays at 8
o'clock p. m. All are welcome.
yTOP, XOUHG MAN I BEFORE YOU
ij enter a lunatic asylum or fill a consump
tive's grave. You are on the decline: take a
bottle of Dr. Halliday's Blood Purifier and
other remedies: they will restore your lost
manhood and fit you for the real business of
life. Office, 274 E. Seventh st..St. Paul. Minn.
PEOPLE'S CHURCH, FLEAS ANT AY.
A —Special Easter service. Holy com
. munion at 9:30 a. m. At 10:30 Dr. Smith will
preach the sermon. The Damascus com
mandery will be present. At 8 p. m. there
will be a choral and song service, in which
the choir and congregation will be assisted
by the Sunday school. -----
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m S"'-. - PIE P. m
COLLINS— In St. Paul, at late residence, No.
CB7 Euclid street, Friday, March 31, at 3:30
a. m., Irene X., aged two years and five
months, daughter of Daniel and Nellie
Collins. Fuueral from above residence at
2 p.m., Saturday, April Ist. Funeral pri
vate. •.' ;• • y . i-r
BIGGS— At Gloucester, N. J., March 55, 1803,
Mary, wife of Edward J. Biggs, aged forty
eight years. Funeral Saturday, April 1, at
2 p.m. 'from family residence, 608 John
street.* Friends are Invited to atteud. x
NORMAN— St.---Paul, Minn., March TO,
1893, Jennie, wife of John Norman. Funer
al from family residence, 536 Decatur street,
Saturday, April l s 1J23, at 2p. m. Friends
are Invited io attend.
NEWSON— Malaga, Spain, March 90. 1893
•of small-pox, Ma}. Tbomas McLean New
son. ag6d slxtj-eight.
BLAKE— St. Paul, at. the family resi
dence, 396 Sherburne avenue. Bridget, be
loved wife of Thomas Blake, aged thirty
* years. Notice of funeral hereafter. -'
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> STRONG WORDS.
Her Testimony and Evidence
Clear and Strong.
lining Wolds of Hops and Cher Which
Wili Comfort Many Hearts.
>^]ic Great Information andCfood Ad
vice a Talented Woman Can Give.
One of the most skillful nurses in this
country is Mrs. Elizabeth D. Herry, of
Hampton, N. 11. She is a lady of the
widest experience among diseases of all
kinds, and has cheered many a sick
room by her hopeful and encouraging
She has sent a communication to this
paper which will be read with great In
terest by all. ■■■'yr,
"Through trouble and overwork,"
she writes, "I grew fearfully nervous,
weak, dizzy, faint and exhausted from
nervous prostration until 1 became en
tirely helplesi. Thanks to Dr. Greene's
Nervura blojd and nerve remedy. I am
now so well and strong that every one
who sees tne is very much surprised. I
would like to tell the whole world of
women what Dr. Greene's Nervura
blood and nerve remedy has done for
me, and to recommend all women to use
this wonderful medicine.
"I am a nurse, and when nursing my
sister I gave her this wonderful medi
cine. She says she has never felt bet
ter than since using it. I gave it also
to a lady suffering from great nervous
prostration, who could not get help
from three physicians. She is now well,
strong and fleshy, and says she should
have been in her grave if it had not
been for Dr. Greene's Nervura blood
and nerve remedy.
"I have recommended it to many
others with the same wonderful success,
and 1 would especially' say that if women
MRS. ELIZABETH P. BERRY.
between the ages of forty and sixty
years would take it there would not' be
so many die when they came to the
change that takes place. I hear this
wonderful medicine named and blessed
everywhere, and I am glad to add my
testimony to its great value, and truly
all it a savior of us women."
c We would say that Mrs. Berry's ad
vice as a nurse is indorsed by physi
cians generally. Dr. Greene's Nervura
blood and nerve remedy is indeed a
wonderful discovery and of incalculable
and inestimable value to the sick every
where. It has been proved over and
over again, in thousands upon thou
sands of cases, that it does cure, that it
makes the sick well.
Especially should it be used at this
season of the year, for everybody feels
the weakness and lack of vigor of spring
debility, and this wonderful remedy is
the best spring medicine to use, for it
will immediately Invigorate the blood,
Strengthen the nerves and create a
healthy and natural action of the liver,
kidneys and bowels.
Physicians know of its great value.for
they have seen it perform wonders in
restoring health, and they recommend
it freely to the sick because it is the dis
covery and prescription of the famous
specialist in the treatment of nervous
and chronic 'diseases, Dr. Greene, of 35
W. 14th street, New Yorir, the well
known physician -who gives con
sultation to sufferers from any disease
free of charge, personally or by letter.
1 he great remedy costs but $1 of drug
gists, and we kuow it will make you
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shipstad Boy
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Weed Girl
Mr. and Mrs. David V'eilleue Girl
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Wood Boy
Mr. and Airs. James Clark Boy
Mr. and Mrs. John Itudeen Boy
Mr- and Mrs. John F. O'Neal Boy
Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Cunningham Girl
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Theis Girl
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Parlicka Girl
Mr. and Mrs Henry Hoffman Boy
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Brown Girl
Mrs. Eva Skok, 293 Goodhue st 73 yrs
H. A. Wheeler. 116 South Wabasha 5t.. 70 yrs
Last Times Today,
Matinee 2:30, Tonight 8:15,
At bott & Teal's Comedy Co.
- In the Great Success,
Prices— 2sc, 50c, 75c and SI.OO. ;
TOMORROW r A aar
SEVEN II Beginning Sunday*
SEP I .—APRIL 2.
Matinees Wednesday and Saturday.
a | American
fa "I ~r I Extravaganza
J~\ lj JV I Company. -':•-.
Bmmt'j'i'i,ur. ■- ■■ ■ «t .a
_— bsct ■ inn wg Baba
SALE. I Or Morgiana and the
ißß^^nGmß Foity Thieves.
David Henderson, Manager.
Successor to Sinbad and The Crystal Slipper.
2>;o People— Dancers, 50 Cboru», 3 Ballets.
Matinee Today. Last Time To
"Across the Continent."
Tomorrow Night, Lewis Morrison in "Faust."
Cornell P* Clubs
Ford's Music Hall,
'-'■ /*---•' -.-iTT ir-,
Monday Evening, April 3.
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. Seats Now on Sale at Ford's.
At Globe Office.
Issue of First Mortgage J Per Gent Gold Bonds.
Messrs. JOHN H. DAVIS & CO.,
10 WALL STREET, NEW YORK,
Have Im-cii authorized to receive s3_.S»*<-ri|»tioii* at par for KSOO.OOO
ofthe 20- Year Seven Per Cent First Mortgage Gold Bead*
orthe ■Xrry )
MINNEAPOLIS BREWING COMPANY,
ORGANIZED UNDER THE LAWS OF THE STATE OF MINNESOTA.
Caoital Stock, 15,000 shares, $100 each - - - $1,500,000
First Mortgage Bonds - - 1,503,000
Interest Payable April and October In the City of New Vorit.
TKISTEE OF BONDS ANR TRANSFER A*. EVI :
£. MANHATTAN TRUST COMPANY, NEW YORK. _
0 FARMERS' LOAN AND TRUST COMPANY. NEW YORK.
, Messrs. COBB & WHEEWRIGHT, Minneapolis, Minn.
Messrs. BARROW, WADE, GUTHRIE & CO., New York.
This Company has been organized to pur
chase and take over a going concern, the
property and business of the Minneapolis
Brewing and Malting Company, which Com
pany was a consolidation In July, 188% of the
four principal brewiug concerns of the City
of Minneapolis, Minn., embracing all there
were in the city, one small plant excepted.
Since this combination was formed an en
tirely new brewery has been built, which is
an absolutely fire-proof structure, designed
and erected under the supervision of the
best brewery architects and equipped with
the best possible machinery and appliances.
The other plants owned by the Company are
also excellent in design and equipment and
advantageously located throughout the city.
The Company supplies almost the entire
trade iv Minneapolis, and has an exception
ally broad and profitable field In the country
west of and tributary to that city.
The managers of the former Compauy will
remain with the Minneapolis Brewing Com
pany, thus insuring a continuance of the
same skillful management which has brought
such marked success in the past.
The Company begins business with ample
The net assets of the Corn are largely
in excess of the total bonded debt. A care
ful appraisement of the real estate.buildings.
machinery, implements.stock on hand, Ac.,
has been made by disinterested and thor
oughly competent appraisers, whose valua
tions are on file with the bankers.
TIIE rooks and accounts
have been EXAUII?.E» and
verified BY the- well
known public accountants,
messrs. barrow, wade,
GUTHRIE & co., whose certi
ficate CAN be inspected AT
THE OFFICE of the BANKERS.
according TO this CERTIFI
CATE, THE net PROFITS of
THE business FKOM J CLY,IBUO,
to september 3, 1892, were
equal TO an AVERAGE ANNUAL
NET profit 0f 8246,566.16. for
THE 12 MONTHS ENDING sep
tember 3, 1802, THE NET
earnings were 8257,209.73.
THE ASSETS OF THE COMPANY,
CONSISTING OF BEAii estate,
PLANT, CASKS, &c, BILL'S and
accounts RECEIVABLE, stock
of bee::, MATERIAL ON HAND,
AND CASH on september 3
LAST, WERE 81,732,090.46, in
ADDITION TO which THE NEW
CORPORATION WILL take
over THE UNDIVIDED PROFITS
earned between septem
ber 3, 1892, and april 1, 1893.
these ASSETS ABE exclusive
Oif GOOD WILL.
The BONDS of this Company will be dated
April 1, If'Jlt, and payable in gold in twenty
years from that date, except as retired ac
cording to the provisions named below. In
terest will be payablo October 1 and April 1
in the City of New York. The bonds will be
secured by a mortgage or a deed of trust to
the Manhattan Trust Company of New York
City, as Trustee, covering and constituting a
first lien upon all the real estate, buildings,
breweries, machinery, equipment, fixtures,
etc., now owned or hereafter to be acquired
by said Company.
The following unusual and important ,
Messrs. JOHN H. DAVIS & CO.,
NO. IO WALL STKEET, NEW YORK CITY.
Subscriptions will also be rsceived by the BANK OF MINVEAP3LIS. MINNEAP
OLIS, where copies of the full Prospectus and bla k aop'ica tions can be obtained.
xmmi* «*»*xxx»mxx» m&»inoaiixxtt*xx* »*** *g
* fc~^ To make room for 100 New Scale Kimball Pianos.we offer these «
| ™ Bargains for This Week: | •
,JS ... _.._.-........ l Upright. S.") per month $125 ]S
<«■»& ♦iMiiiiitriti '1 1 Hardman. *5 Der month SIS $
* t Fine New Pianos I 1 Emerson Upright. "• fhV- &
I X Sohl.__Mon.Ky X \^^^^;-p-pp-p-py.Ui, |
1 lu.flfffrllT.T WHITNEY'S MUSIC STORE, 97 E. 3*. 1
Galenic Medical Institute
67 E. THIRD St., ST. PAUL, MINN.
§ Established la 1831
for the cure of. privat)
nervous, aud chronic
Nervous Debility, Im
orrhoea, Gleet, Strict
ure, Varicocele, Hydro
cele, Diseasesof Worn-
The phvslclaus ot
the old and Reliable
Ins- tv te specially
treat all theabove diseases— anyegulargrad
uates—and guarantee a cure in every case
undertaken, and maybe consulted person
ally or by letter.
Sufferers trom any of these ailments, be
fore consulting others, should understand
their diseases and the latest improved treat
ment adopted atourhistlttUe by reading oac
The Secret Monitor and Guide to Health,
a private Medical Treatise on the above dis
eases, with the Anatomy a»d Physiology of
the Sexual System in Health and Disease,
containing nearly 300 pages, and numerous
illustrations, sent to any address on receipt
of reduced price, only Twenty Cents.or value
in one or two-ceut stamps.
Pampbletand chartof questiomfor statin
case sent free.
All business strictly confidential. Office
hours. 8 a. m. to 6 :30 p.m. Suuday* ex
Address letters thus: . -—•*»•
4 GALENIC INSTITUTE,
... St. Paul. Minn.
- .MANUFACTURERS 0?
Jiclitectural Iron Work
Founders, Machinists, Blacksmithtfatvl
Pattern Makers. Send for cuts of col
umns. Worksoa St. P., M. &M. It. X.,
near Como avenue. Omce 212 and 213
Manhattan Building, St. Paul. 0. M
POWEK, Secretary and Treasurer.
provisions will bs embraced in said mort*
gage or deed of trust, and no dividends
can be declared upon the Capital Stock
ofthe Company until these provisions as
to retirement o' the bonds shall have
been full/ complied with : . ♦
FIRST— That all of the surplus net
earniags of the Company, after payment
of expenses, improvements and interest
upon the bonds, shall be applied to the
purchase and retirement of said bonds at
ihe best price obtainable in the open mar-,
ket not exceeding 110 and interest ; or,
failing to thus obtain them by purchase,
to be drawn by lot at the rate of 110 and
interest, until one-half of the entire
issue, or $750,000, shall have bsen thai
retired and canceled.
SECOND-After $750,000 of ths bonds
have been thus retired end canceled
(which it is expected will be accom
plished in about four years) the amount
oi "$25,000 per year, out of ihs surplus
net earnings, shall- be similarly applied
to the retirement of bonds at not exceed
ing 110 and interest.
By these novel and most advantageous
provisions the bondholder who desires to
sell, or whose bonds happen to bs drawn
for redemption, is assured of a large
premium in addition to his full seven per
cent interest up to the day of sale or
drawing, while the intrinsic value cf all
bonds remaining outstanding increases
year by year through the reduction of
the total bonded debt.
It will be seen by tbe Accountants' certifi
cate that the vet earnings tor the year end
tog September, tSBS, were the equivalent of
interest at " per cent upon the $!.50<>.0'0
bonds, and a surplus of 5152, available for
the retirement of bonds In accordance witU
the provisions above specified. It is safe to
say that the fund available for the annual
redemption of bonds will be still larger in
All of the stock of the Company and 5700,.
000 of the bonds have already been taken.
The proceeds of the bonds offered for sala
! witt be applied to completing the purchasa
I of the property from the former compauy.
EEG3IT HUNDRED THOUSAND
DOLLARS of these bonds are now offered
for subscription at par, payable 29 per cent
on application and SO per cent on April 10,
ls.i3. Receipts will be issued for all amounts
paid, and will be exchanged for bonds upon
making the final payment, or as soon there
after as the said bonds are ready for deliv
ery. If the bonds are not engraved and
ready for delivery by said date, fnll-nald ne
gotiable Trust Company receipts will be
issued, exchangeable for the engraved bonds.
If the whole amount applied for by jiny ap
plicant is not allotted, th? surplus amount
I paid on application will be applied to the
sum. due under allotment. The right is re
' served to reject or reduce any application.
and to give preference in the allotment to
advance subscribers. The amount paid upon
application will be returned if the applica
tion is rejected.
The subscription lists will be open on
MONDAY. APRIL ii. and closed on or be
fore THURSDAY. APRIL 8, at i o'cloCK P.
M.. at the office of
180 East Seventh St.. St. Paul, Mnt.
Speedily curesall private. nervous. chronl%
and blood and skin disease* of both sexes
without the use of mereurv or hindrance
from business. NO CI'RE, So PAY. Pri
vate diseases, and all old, lingering cases,
where the blood has become poisoned, caus
ins ulcers, blotches, sore throat and mouth,
pains in the head and bones, and nil diseases
of the kidneys and Madder, are cured for
life. Men of all ages who are suffering from
I the result of youthful indiscretion or ex-
I cesses of mature years, producing nervous*
ness, indigestion, constipation, loss of mem
ory, etc., are thoroughly and permanently
Dr. Feller, who has had many years of ex
perience iv this specialty, is a graduate from,
one of the leadin? medical colleges of the
[ ousutry. lie has never failed in curing any
cares "that ne has undertaken. Cases ana
correspondence sacredly confldentlaL Call
or write for list of questions. Medicines sent •
. by mail and express everywhere bed from
.. risk and exnosure. .
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IttAsa medical comfort and stimulant. §
a The Medical Protcssion recommends $
sg highly the use of 3
1 Liebig COMPANY'S!
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3? disorder. Try a cup when exhausted IK
* and see how refreshing ii is. j*
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Honey for Sale !
il World's Fair Coins
At the Globe Office.