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scrra the northern pacific into
A HOW WITH THE ASSOCIA
DOCTORS' TICKETS RAM OUT
Wit ILK THEY WIM CM"WBI\"G
MOl VIWINS AND SOAPING OKY
«l>Ti:in FREIGHTS SMASH-tIP.
Devolution of the AttMoolution Seems
to (Ohio Hourly Nearly i<i the
The Northern Pacific raihrad has
been i>huvd in a very unhappy pre
ficament through the unsatisfied ara
feitlon of the Western Passenger as- '
am iation. There are at present over
10" doctors and their wives roaming
■round the mountain tops at Yellow
et'iir Park who will swear when they
learn the particulars. Thtse doctors
feame to the late convention of the .
Mississippi Valley Medical association
ami went west at the conclusion of the 1
Convention to the National Park on re- !
di.it il rates offered by the Northern !
la< ;ti<\ Each of tin; party was the '
holder of a special rate ticket from
Southern and Eastern points, the time i
»mt which has already expired. How
ev-r. before the excursion started, the
Chicago lin^s individually agreed to j
honor tin' tickets as soon as the party
came out of the park. This agreement
■was not according to the rules of the
Western Passenger association per
haps, but then It was a small matter
ami bo trouble was expected. However, |
an official of the association learned j
of the fact that the Chicago lines in- j
ttniKil to honor the expired tickets,
end each line was summarily ordered j
rmt to do so. This left the Chicago
lines in a very peculiar predicament.
They were between two fires. They
Were either bound to stand by the
passenger association, or else violate
Their private agreement with the
Northern Pacific. In either case they
are bound to earn some one's displeas- j
tire. In case the association agreement !
is observed, the Northern Pacific will !
undoubtedly make good the losses to
the tourists. Chairman Caldwell, of
the W. P. A., and local Secretary Kin
ran arc determined that the rules shall
MIDGLEY IS IXEASY.
'Wc'iicrn Freight t Iwiiiuiiin Want*
to Save the Pool.
The St. Paul roads which still remain
loyal to the Western Freight associa
tion, which is on the verge of total dis
memberment, were very much worried !
yesterday over the outlook. That the !
association will break up completely \
before the end of the month is assured, j
Several lines, other than the Rock
Island and the Atchison, are mourning
over grievances of their own and there
will be other bolters unless the asso
ciation gets after itself and calls the
recalcitrants to time.
it is understood that a meeting* of
the executive olHcers of the associa
tion will be held in Chicago today for >
the purpose of fixing upon some plan !
01 reorganisation to be carried out in i
ems* the worst happens. Virtually, the j
V estern Passenger association Is
"Tus-ied" now, and the dismemberment '.
Is hound to grow unless prompt meas- !
ures are taken immediately. Chairman
Midgley does not want to lose his job '
for one thing, and the breach will give ,
him an opportunity to display his ]
diplomacy as he has never displayed it |
before. Break-ups in the Western
Freight association are not uncommon.
There has never been an association
Which lasted any great length of time,
but, perhaps, the present organization
ha.s lasted as long or longer than any J
other. There were no new develop- I
ments reported in local railroad circles '
yesterday, but all freight officials are ;
watching the face of the moon with ;
interest. Many of the roads who did !
not care to create a breach themselves !
are delighted at the smash-up secretly, i
and unless the first of the month i
paroes over with matters patched up,
will be fun ahead.
II MBLE IK COAL RATES.
tug HkW of Shippers Carried to
11 SucceetHful End.
CHICAGO, Sept. 25.— Western freight rates
took another tumble today, the coal tariff
1m ihk the one to so under. All the Western !
route have declared a rate of $2 per ton on |
l'avd rual from Jol'et and Chicago to Kansis
City. The previous rate was 53. 20. The re
duction is the outcome of a lons and hard
fight that the coal shippers have been wag
lut; to have the rates lowered. They have
b< .11 at the roads for the reduction for sev
eral months, a^d have at last carried their
point. No reduction was made to points
on the upper Missouri river, but the rate to
thmfl places w : ll. wi'baut onpstion. he equal
ized with that to Kansas City within a few
fiWUmr OF RAILWAY OFFICES.
Vice President Kalinan, of the Chicago
Great Western, has returned from Chicago.
G. W. Jordan, recently appointed genera!
agent of the Great Western at Kansas City,
■With added authority, is in the city.
The Western Passenger association has is
sued circulars to members, calling attention
to the fact that all summer tourist rates must
be canceled Sept. 30, according to original
Socvotary Kinnan. of the G. A. R. jclnt !
ticket agency, still has on hand about 3,009 '
unclaimed tickets. However, the great ma- '
Jority cf the tickets will be chaimed the first
of next week.
Xha Burlington, Cedar Rapids & Northern
road, which threatened to put in cut rates, '■
has modified its damands, and agreed to
stand by the new agreement. Haw north
of Watertown will therefore remain un- j
The freight agents of Western roads are j
Eiill busy at the Omaha general offices going ;
over the grain and flax rates. The session i
■will very likely be completed today. It is '
expected that there will be a general reduc- [
tion cf one cent per 100 pounds on grain 1
from points south of Pipestone and Sioux
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O -4 1 l/r.'ar Groc«"'B or sent direct from
Jacob Rics Bottlin? Works,
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♦O W. Tth St.. St. Paul. Tel. 140.
THE SLATE WEPT
Continued From First Pa-i&e.
disputes, the Sixth, Filth, Third and
other delegations changed their solid
votes to Anderson's favor. The vote
of the Ninth was announced solidly
for Anderson by the chairman of the
delegation, but seven delegates rose in
their stats and rebelled. The turmoil
was quieted only by a motion to make
Anderson's nomination unanimous.
In his speech of acceptance, Mr. An
dersin pleaded guilty to youth, but
pledged himself, along with other
piomlses, to outgrow that fault.
The following were then appointed
a committee to select candidates for
First Ward— Henry Nc-ff.
Stecoml Ward — B. F. Knauft.
Third Ward— J. C. Kichardt.
Fourth Ward— W. F. Bickel.
With Ware!— H. H. Seng.
Sixth Ward— L. T. Chamberlain.
Seventh Ward— M. D. Flower.
Eighth Ward— O. S. Derringer.
XLnth Ward— John Larson.
Tenth Ward— William Ransom.
Eleventh Ward— W. A. Naylor.
County— D. M. Searles, Julius Schorer.
Candidates for judge of probate were
then caled for. Judge Willrieh was
re-i .(.miivated by Hiler Horton, repre
senting the Seventh ward. Gen. Flow
er, repwßCi ting, as he said, a majority
of the delegates of the Seventh ward,
nominated Robert C. Hine. The Third
ward was first in the field with a
seconding' speech, made by Delegate
Green in favor of Mr. Hine. Col. Low
enstein denied that the Third ward
favored Mr. Hin-e, and Insisted in thick
and broken utterances, that Gebhard
Willrieh was the favorite candidate,
and the logical nominee of the conven
tion. Theodore Sander presented Otto
Kuefner'n name, and the ballot pro
ceeded. While waiting for the vote of
the Ninth ward, Mr. Sander with
drew Kuefner's name, and Hine, later,
withdrew in favor of Willrieh. Dele
gftions sought the honor of making
the nomination of Judge Willrieh
unanimous, which was done.
E. W. Bazille was nominated for ab
stract clerk, and the convention voted
unanimously In his favor.
Candidates for coroner were as num
erous as flies in midsummer before the
convention, but they had dwindled
to five when the nominating speech
es began. Dr. Henry Hahn, Dr. Carl
Wirth, Dr. Geo. M. Koon, Dr. R. S. Bole
and Dr. J. C. Nelson were ballcted for,
with the result that before the vote
was announced the Second ward led
the stampede to Nelson, who was de
clared the unanimous choice of the con
The nomination of County Surveyor
Gates A. Johnson Jr. was made unani
As is customary, the office of county
superintendent of schools was referred
to delegates from country towns. They
reported the name of Henry G. Blake,
who was indorsed by the convention.
The committee appointed to nomi
nate county commissioners reported the
following names, which were received
and favorably acted upon by the eon
vontion: From the city— S. E. Keller
mann, John Morita, H. Hardick, Paul
Quehl; from the country— A. P. Wright
and F. G. Marsden.
Dar Reese nominated Capt. Galllck,
of the Fourth ward, for court commis
sioner, which was made unanimous
by the convention.
M. R. Tyler, of the Fourth ward,
opened that portion of the proceedings
relating to the nomination of district
judges, by naming Charles D. Kerr.
Mr. Tyler read a letter from Judge
Kerr, in wlich he stated his health
had so improved that he could con
scientiously accept a nomination.
J. E. Markham appeared on the plat
form on behalf of the retiring Demo
cratic member of the district bench-
Judge C. E. Otis. He appealed to the
delegates to ignore partisanship and
prejudice and vote for Judge Otis and
preserve the custom that has actuated
previous conventions in keeping the
judiciary out of politics. "I aw here
to ask you that one of these three
places be given to a Democrat." (In
terruptions of "No," and cheers.) "I do
this with the understanding that this
candidate is a Democrat, but he is a
sound money Democrat. I present to
you the name of Judge Charles E.
Otis. I offer his name as an indication
to the non-partisan sound money clubs
of this state that the Republicans of
Ramsey county can rise above parti
sanship and select a Democrat for such
a high office."
S. A. Anderson presented the name
of E. S. Durment. The friends of O.
B. Lewis chose Fred Lloyd to present
his claims for a nomination for the
bench. The Sixth and Second wards
seconded Mr. Lewis' nomination.
James Schoonmaker was nominated by
John A. Sabin. The ballot was then
ordered. A motion to declare Judges
Kerr and Otis the unanimous choice of
the convention was shouted down. A
motion that the delegations vote for
threo panrHrlites, tho*o having the
highest number of votes to be declared
elected, was adopted and the ballot
was taken. After the call had begun
Mr. Schoonmaker's name was with
drawn. A poll of the Third ward wag
ordered, pome of the delegates pro
testing against the ballot cast by
Chairman Lowenstein, but without
avail, as the vote as reported was al
lowed to stand. The Second ward,
which had :-ast one vote each for
Schoonmaker and Otto Kuefner,
changed to give Kerr and Otis these
votes. A poll was demanded by the
Eighth ward, which delayed the pro
ceedings for some time, to the mani
fest displeasure of the chair and the
impatience of a weary and hungry
audience. By this poll Judge Otis
gained materially from the vote of
the ward an first announced by the
chairman. The result of the ballot was
N * i * §
: : L : §
: : | : * :
First .72* 2* 22~24 10 5
Second 27 25 20 12
Third 17 11 17 6
Fourth 2Z 2» 24 6
Fifth 12 12 20 13 3
Sixth 21 21 21 ..
Seventh 35 35 5 29
EJsrhth 25 24% 10 19^ i '414
Ninth 23 22 3 20
Tenth 6 9 9 3 'i
Eleventh 9 9 5 4
N. St. Paul .... 3 3 3
W. B. Town 2 2 2
W. B. Village ..2 2 2
Rose 2 2 2 .. !.
New Brighton ..1 1 1 .! *" **
New Canada . . . 3 . . 3 3 '.'.'.'.
Mounds V ; 2 .. 2 2 .. .!
Totals 236 224^ 171 141 V 2 14 10U
The chair declared Kerr, Otis and
Lewis the nominees of the convention.
Chairman C!app was extended a vote
of thanks, which concluded the work
of the convention.
WITH MERRY GAMES
St. Paul Young People Millie Away
A largpe euchre party was given yes
terday afternoon by Miss Josephine
Carr, of Nelson avenue, in honor of
Vis 3 Edith P. Jones, of Parkersfcurg,
W*. Va. Eight tables were _played
and very tasteful prizes offered.
Amcng the young ladies present were
Misses Julia and Clara Rossum, May
Bend, Alice and Maude Borup, Adele
Perkins, Bonnie Ransom, Maude
Lewis, Gussie and Elsie Pope, Susie
O'Brien. Mattie Jones, Emily Sticknvy,
Gertrude Bancroft, Nellie Beardsley,
Alice Robins>n, Florence Messner, of
this city; Miss Genevieve Clark, of
Minneapolis; the Misses Ethel Bogan
a.mi -Alice Lake, of Washington, D. C. ;
3ffs t <** ; Hi nsaker, of Dayton. 0., and
SHSjpJfeKrte Hanney, of Fort Snelling.
I -RerresSments were served during the
THE SAINT PAUI, GLOBE, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1896.
Has f or a Fifth of a Century
Cured all forms of ...
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Is but advanced Kidney Disease. I
Either is Dangerous.
Both can be Cured
if treated in time with Warner's §
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~%i one at your druggist's. Ask for
and accept no substitute,
afternoon and a very pleasant time en
joyed by all present.
The five senses were well tested last
evening at the charming home of Miss
MacMillan, on Summit avenue, in a
common sense party given there in
honor of Miss Milligan, of St. Louis,
who is visiting her brother, E. W. Mil
ligan, of this city. The early pert of
the evening was whiled away in the
enjoyment of musical selections as fol
lows: Mandolin and guitar, Missea
Mary Marshall and MacMillan and
Albert Albrecht; vocal, Mrs. M. E.
Stuart and Miss Nellie "Van Duzer;
banjo, W. J. Tompkins. Following this
was the common sense party, which
consisted of a testing of the five senses
in a very amusing manner. The sense
of taste was ascertained by a mixture
of six ingredients to be tasted and
named by each member of the party.
The sense of hearing by six instru
ments played together, each one of
which was expected to be distin
guished by those present.
Those present were Messrs. John
Finehout, Robert Wilson, Frank Dick
erman, Edward Milligan, Deroy Fogle,
M S. Mead, F. J. Miller, G. C. Book
staver, of St. Paul, and J. H. Shad
dock, of Minneapolis; the Misses Mary
Marshall, Edith Miller, Anna McAuat,
Jessie Ames, Bertha Tompkina Ruth
Ralph, Lena and Nellie Van Duzer
and Mamie Gowdy. This Is the first of
a series of entertainments which will
be given by Miss MacMillan this win
ter. The next one will take place next
Friday evening, and will c»nsist of a
musical e, in which many of her friends
will take part.
Miss Hattle Johnson, of Virginia ave
nue, gives a large euchre party next
A preliminary meeting of the St. Paul chap
ter of the D. A. R. will be held this after
non in the Dayton Avenue church parlors.
A full attendance is desired by the regent,
Mrs. D. A. Monfort A literary programme,
in celebration of 'he centenary of Washing
ton's farewell address, will precede the ex
ecutive session. Hon. S. J. R. McMillan, the
president of the S. A. R., will be present
and speak, as will Rev. Maurice Edwards
There will be music and readings by the his
torian. Miss Greene. Afterward the nomina
tion of officers for the year will be held.
The fourteenth anniversary of the Young
Women's Mission Band of Central Presby
terian Church was celebrated yesterday after
noon !n the church parlors. The subject for
the afternoon was "Janan," and a number
of interest'ng papers wpre read. Miss Cath
erine Williams told of "Some Curious Things
About Japan." "The Way it Is With Our
Sisters" was a poem given by Miss Kate
Houjrh. and Mrs. R. P. Lewis gave an inter
esting talk on "The Present Aspect of Japan."
The St. Paul Phrenological society gave
one of its monthly entertainments in Central
hall last evening. After the usual routine
business Edward M'ller read an essay on
"Cautiousness," which was followed by a
piano solo by Emma Berrisford. Miss and
Master Jurka were heard In a prettily ren
dered piano duet and encore, and William
Mueller, who has recently returned from
abroad, gave a number of pleasing zither
numbers. An essay on "Approbation" by F.
McKernan was followed by a public exami
nation of visitors by Prof. Simmons.
The Ladies' Aid Society of Dayton Avenue
Church held an all-day meeting yesterday in
the church, preparing garments for two boxes
soon to be forwarded to home missionaries.
The Laurel Cycle club enjoyed a run to
Lake Josephine last evening, returning to
the club house for refreshments and dancing.
Mrs. Ansel tfppenheim gave a dinner at the
Aberdeen Thursday evening for Mrs. and
Mrs. Roscoe F. Hersey, of Laurel avenue,
entertained at luncheon Thursday for St.
Miss Caldwell entertained informally at the
Aberdeen Wednesday evening.
Mrs. Pierre Wibaux entertained at the Aber
deen Wednesday evening on the occasion of
the birthday of her son Cyril.
Mr and Mrs. L. J. Belloni and the Misses
Belloni, of New York, are at the Aberdeen.
Mrs. Che-nowith, who has been the guest of
her daughter, Mrs. V. Oilman, of Ashland
avenue, has returned to Marysvillc, Ky.
Mrs. O. B. HHIls, of Goodrich a»enue, has
as her guests Mrt> Snafer, of Keokuk, 10.,
and Mtw W««t, of Madison. Wla.
Mrs, Tompkins, of Virginia avenue. Is home
from a summer's trip to the seashore.
Capt. and Mrs. Camp, the recent guests of
Mrs. Ro*elT. of Dayton avenuß, have re
turned to Montroae, Pa.
!Mrs. Wentworth Johnson returns ia a
few days from Nashville. Term.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Howard are home
fmm Wbite Bear, and are residing on Sum
Col. H. P. Rugg and family will occupy
apartments at the Marlborough this winter.
Mrs. Elijah Baker, of 734 Marshall avenue,
entertained at cards yesterday afternoon.
Miss Angle Valley and Miss Annie Murray
leave today for Chicago for a few weeks'
Mrs. Vaux, of Philadelphia, who has been
visiting her sister, Mrs. Mohaupt, of Maria
avenue, returns home next week.
Miss Bess Taylor, of the Minneapolis Tri
bune, who has been if! w'th rn^urrronia,
lea vps next month for Orange. Cal., where
she bas accepted a pos'tion with the Orange
Spencer O. Merrill, who has be°n seriously
ill at his home en Laurel avenue, is con
valescent and is contemplating a trip to cali
Miss Resell, of Dayton avenue, is home
Miss Anna Miller, of Summit avenue, has
gone to Kemper hall, Kenosha.
Mrs. A. L. Morris, of Crocus hilL has gon«
tc Denver, Col.
Lucius Oppenheim, of the Aberdeen, la
home from the East.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Thomas, of the Marl
borougn, h.ave gone to North Dakota.
C. W. Bunn and family come In from
White Bear next week.
I Perfect Gail Bordenf
infant Eagle Brand |
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• " Infan 1 t Health," is a little book of •
I g^jai^t^tiasen'FKKEoaappU- •
•ttß«te« Street. Hew Tork •
Iraitta Leave- and Arriv St. fa*l
Union Dspot, «!fc»i«» y <9t.
>^%v TICKETf OFFIGE,
WffW EAST THIRD STREET.
1 Union SWtlo.ii. SL Paul.
"^ Milwaukee Depot, Minneapolis.
Dicing and Pullman Cant on —ST. PAI L.— ■
Winnipeg and Coast Trains Leave. Arrive.
Pacific Mail f dally ) : Far&o, »oz?- ~~
man, Butte, Helena, MKsutiln,
SpokHiie, Tacoma, Seattle and
Pnril»nd ! ' 2:45 pm 5:55 pm
Ds kou Express dlj ) : Moorbead,
Fanfo, ilamest'u, Fergus Fulls.
Wahpeton. Croolcston. (irantl
Forks, Grafton, Winnipeg/ ... 8:00pm 7:10 am
Fargo Local (dly. ex. Sun.): st
Cloud. Urainprtt mid Fanty.. . . 9 :f>o am S :3O pm
pi 385 Robert ft, Cor. Oth,
*mßm ('Phone, 4S))j and Union Depot
Leave. tEx. Sunday. «Daily. Arrive.
•s:i am •— |_| |s* a g if\ *7: .am
•8:10p m\Y " a * VrIVIV t9 :sspm
+l ( >:l'am .Dnlutb, Superior, Ashland. +5:5-'pm
•11: ( if>ntn'.. Dnluth and Superior •B:sflam
•10:(i'iam 8u City, Omaha & Kan. City *6:5"-pm
t"':os«in Elmore, Su Falls, Pipestone t6:ssi>m
t4-3flpm .Mankato, New L"lm. Tracy. •Hh.t'iani
tlo:'Tarn .Wntertown, Huron. Pierre. +6:fSsptn
•8:1." pm Sinnx City. Omaha, Kan. Cy. **?:25»rn
•Sr' r rTn "Cnlifomin in Thr»»f> Dsvs" *7: Snni
GK £fi ; M OHTrt IH K A 3 L # \ i
Ticket Office, imi R. Third 3t. "Phone 11 » .'.
Leavb. "Daily. -*Rxcbpt Suhday Arrivb.
+*■: am Breok. Division <t Brunches + :;t pm
tS:H am K'sus Fulls Div. A Branches -h : T.prn
tP:3 pm Willmarvia St. Cloud +l'>:4.i«m
•7:4. r )pm Brerk.. Fargo, (id. F' ». W Dei; «?:5 am
•3:oopm Montana _ Paoific Coast... *6;-. k pm
*t*:rpm St Cloud, Cr'kst'n. Gd. P'Ks *7:r^ani
t4:4. r pm Excelsior & Hntchinson ... +9:4' am
EASTERN WiM^gSOTA-Q. . RY.
*n : : i s P^T~p»^^s"t"^peT^r7' %? pg
Ui[cagd7 M itwa-kei~& StT Piul "lailTttilT
Lv - '* P- 1 Ar. St. P.
Chicago "Day" Express.. tHa>saJß tl'»:l pm
Chicago "Atlantic" Ex... *2:5 pm *11 ::isam
Chici»g> "Fast ' ail" *6:sSpm *8:(K)pm
nhicago "VeHlbule" Lim. *8:10pm *7:5 am
Chicao vlaDubuque t4:s'pm tll:00«m
Dnbuque viiLa Croase ... t8:0"»m +10:inpm
Peoria via Masoa City *4:."ifipm *ll:()'am
St. Louis and Kansas City. *B:3?am *B:3'.nm
Milbank and Way t«::.'<ain -f6:3 pm
Aberdeen and Dakota Ex. *7: r i*pm *S:1 am
♦Daily. tEx. Sun ;Es. Sat Mon
For full lnforniation. cail at Ticket Otßce.
Chicago Great Western Ry,
"The Ma;>!e*i.eaf Route-
Ticket Office: Robert St., cor. sth St. Phone Isft
Trains leave from St. Psml Union Depot.
•Daily. f Except Snnday. Leave. Arrire.
Dubuque, Chicago, Waterlog ( t7.30 am fT.2B pm
Marshalltown, I>es Moiiies,-< *B.lopm *7.45 am
St. Joseph and Kansas Cityv. ( *8.10 pm *1.55 pm
Cent 1 .-c Local *3.55 pin »9.50 am
ST. PAUL & DULUTH R.~r!
Lenve ITr " Arrive
M.Paul. *Dally. tKx,, Sunday. St. Paul.
5 *•;■; m DumfiT ~~™7~£.
From Union Depot. CITY TICKET OPPICB
3m Robert Street. ■
M-," ST. P. & S. S. M. H. rf,
Leave. | EAST. | Arrive"
c:4,"i p m Atlantic Limited Daily. l:3i a m
i>:os a m Rninelander Local, ex. Sun 6:30 p m
0:05 a m Pacific Limited. Daily 8:30 p m
From Minneapolis. Glen
r-W p m wo (1 Lophl. exrepi yundav a m
City Otflre, 73 Ro crt Street Phone No. 9t.
Eau (Uaire. t'hippewa"]
Falls, Ashland. Hur- I^a-m. 8:15 a.m.
ley, OKhfeosh.Milwau- f and and
tee, Waukesha, Chi- r .-to.p.m. *i<:ttip.m.
caeo. Bast and fonia-j'f"
•Arrive '• :3 1 v. m. on Sunday*.
Leave Union Depot for Chicago, St. Louis and
down-river points, 8:15 a. m.; arrives f n m
Chi'-ago. 2dS p. m , except Sunday. Leaves
Uuipn Depot for Chicago and St. Louis, 8:\!5 p.
m. Arrives from same points, 7:45 a m,, daily.
M. & ST. L,. DESPOT— Broadway A 4th.
MINNEAPOLIS & ST. LOUIS R. R
Leave 1 »Daily, tEx sun day \ Arrive
J Alb' t Lea, Dcs vloiuea, I ~
ta:ls a.m. t Ced. Rp'.ls. Kan. City ( t7 40 p. m
tR:;S a.m. j Watertown, New Ulci I t4;.V. pm
ts:(yi p.m. 1 New Ulm LmaL ( tl():2oa.m.
*7:00 p.m. De.i -Moines & Omaha Lira *B:.i a.m
•7:00 p.m. Ohirago <t St. Louis Lin *B:.V. a.m
t4:45 p.m. AlberlLeu Jt Man Ha to Loc tl->:35 a.m
DIRECTORY OF THE
PlIBl! [ill IMS
OF ST. PAUL.
brneflf of trtttffUnt »a'.ositien, xtrnnyrri anl
ttir public ynnnra l-f. it inclu lei all £n
tratle* anil profe*aiaiii, (in i can toi /ail . »
provr of interest to all iV(/ tt***»i I nil |MMT
Metropolitan, Sixth, ne*r Robert st
Grand, Sixth and St. Peter* streets.
Straka's Tivoli, Bridge Square. Concert even
ings and Sunday matinee. Admission tree.
Thauwald Bros., 353-355 Seventh at.
Gut Rate Tlelcets.
Corbett's, 169 East Third st. j
Edwards. 173 Third at.. 339 Robert at.
Ransom & Horton, 99-101 East Btxth «t.
( oiumt»»loß Mrrrbant*.
McGulre & Mulrooney, 77-79 East Third at.
C. C. Emerson & Co., 26 East Third st.
D« Camp & Beyer. 129 East Third st.
R. E. Cobb. 31-33 East Third st.
Express amd Storage.
Kent's Express and Storage Company 221 W.
Seventh st. Cheapest and best.
Tubbeslng- Bros.. 100 Eait Third st.
John Wagener, corner 'Twelfth and Robert
sta., and 486-483 East Jjgyejith st.
Grand Central, cornej ajv— Uli and Wabasha.
Loans on Watchi'K.'uiawon.U, Fur*.
Lytle's Loan Office, 411 Robert. Room 1.
The Elk. 51 West Third 'it' Tel. 268.
Milk a_«l Crpam.
H. Stebbing (Como), 367 'Da^on ay. All cows
guaranteed free frota tuberculosis.
Sew* and Stationery.
Charles L. Neumann, 2ZJ Wect Seventh st
Pl-mbißs, Steam, &ot Water Heat.
McQuillan Bros.. 183 Western ay.
Sheet Metal "Workers, Stove* and
Karst & Breher, fS3 West Third st.
MeFadden-Mullen Co^ 55 to 59, East Third r-t.
Theo. Bunker, corner W. Seventh, and Sixtlfc
Wholeaale "Wines and Liqnors.
B. Simon, 297-299 East Seventh at.
WANTS i BY BE LEFT
At the following? location* for Inser
tion In the Daily and Sunday Globe,
at the same rates a* are charged by
the main office.
Ham line Pharmacy Drug Store
. 750 SNBL.LING AVENUE.
Sever Westby Drug Store
679 EAST THIRD STREBT.__
Winiam K. Collier Drug Store
SEVENTH AND SIBLEY.
Joseph Argay Drug Store
COR. GROVE AND JACKSON STREETS.
M. D. Merrill News Stand
A. L. Woolsey Drug Store
ST. ANTHONY ANDJPRIQR AVENUES.
Emll Bull Druggist
w * AY. AND ST. ALBANS.
W. A. Frost & Co Drug Store
SELBY AND WESTERN AVENUES.
Straight Bros Drug Store
RONDO AND GROTTO STREETS
A. A. Campbell ..Drug Store
a n, „ -235 RONDO STREET.
A. T. Guernsey Drug Store
171 DALE STREET.
VICTORIA AND SELBY AVENUES. '
The Eclipse Drug Store.
S. ROBERT AND FAIRFIELD AVENUE.
£* 0 , r . ge r Martl Drug Store
S. W ABAS HA AND FAIRFIELD AVENUE.
-__ Concord Street Prescription Store.
CORNER STATE AND CONCORD STREETS.
A- T. Hall Drug Store
COR. S. WABASHA AND ISABEL.
S. H. Reeves Drug Store
MOORE BLOCK. SEVEN CORNERS.
C. T. Heller Colonnade Drug Store
ST. PETER AND TENTH STREETS
B. J. Witte Drug Store
29 EAST SEVENTH STREET.
t. M. Crudden Confectioner
496 RICE STREET.
Lowe Drug Store
ROBERT AND TWELFTH STREETS.
R. T. V.'lneott & Co Drug Store
CORNER JRICE AND IGLEHART.
C. R. Marelius Drug Store
CORNER BEDFORD AND DELATOR.
A. & G. A. Sehuinaoher Drug Store
954 PAYNE AVENUE.
WEST SEVEXTH STREET.
A. & Q. A. Schumacher Drug Store
499 WEST SEVENTH STREET.
J. J. Mullen Drug Store
COR. JAMBS AND WEST SEVENTH.
C. A. Monchow Cigars and Tobacco
UNIVERSITY AND PRIOR AVENUES.
A. (». Johnson, Auctioneer.
FINE FURNITURE, Carpets, Etc., at auc
tion. I will sell at public auction in the
stores, Nos 238 and 240 East Seventh
street, on Saturday, Sept. 26. at 10 a. m.,
a large and fine lot of household goods,
consisting of oak bed room suits, parlor
suit, easy chairs, rockers, fine center ta
bles, stands, hall trees, wardrobes, fine
foMing beds, upright and mantle; also a lot
of beds, W. W. spring mattresses, pillows,
quilts, extension tables, dining room chair 3,
sideboards, dishes, pictures, etc. Also a fine
lot Brussels and ingrain carpets and rugs;
also 106 saddles, blankets and bridles (used
in parade). Parties looking for bargains
should not mtss this sale. A. G. Johnson,
Auctioneer, 23S and 240 East Seventh street.
AGENTS WANTED IN EVERY TOWN FOR
Bali-Bearing Weather Strip. Positive nov
elty. Sure seller. Simple, cheapest, best
fuel saver. Used by U. S. Government.
Large profits. Sample gent by mail, 35
cents. Give size of window. Circulars free.
1?.31 Arch st, March Weather Strip Co.,
AGENTS make 100 to 300 per cent on our 25c
article; every horse owner must have one
or more; sells on merit, no talking; exclu
sive territory. F. Hunter Co., Racine, Wis.
MEN — Wanted, twenty men not less than
five feet ten inches tall, must have beards,
for stage production of "The Ensign." Ap
ply to Staere Door, Grand opera house.
Sunday morning, 11 a. m., Sept. 27. Wm.
Deal, stage manager.
SALESMAN— Wanted, at once, a man to
work in general store; must have exper
ience In retail dry goods and general mer
chandise; no other required; state wages
wanted, age and nationality, single or mar
ried; also must be good penman and book
keeper; permanent position, etc.; write now.
Apply at once. Box 341, Devil's Lake,
SALESMEN— One in every state to sell our
cigars on credit. Samples, good pay, ex
penses and exclusive territory to proper
applicants. Address P. O. Box 1354, New
SALESMEN can find a fast-selling side line
In the Pocket Manual of 1596 Politics. Cal
derwood & Heffron, 322 Hennepin ay., Min
SALESMEN to sell Petit ledgers, grocers 1
coupon books and other specialties by sam
ple to merchants; side lines; ready sellers;
good pay. Model Mfg. Co., South Bend,
TINNRR— WartPd, a jyood tinner. Anply A.
Ostrander, corner Selby and St. Albans.
THE BANKERS' LIFE ASSOCIATION, as
sets $650000; largest, strongest and best
Minnesota Life Company, wants a f<=w more
agents. Every assistance given. Expenses
of good men guaranteed. Address Douglas
Putnam, Secretary, St. Paul, Minn.
WANTED— Agents; $20 a week sure to work
ers: no capital needed; new goods; new
plan; sells at sight; every family needs
it. H. S. Co.. Box 424. Cincinnati. O.
WANTED— Active man in every locality to
represent U3 (no fortune hunter wanted):
guarantee $15 weekly and all expenses. In
vestigate at once. Box 5305, Boston. Mast.
•WORK FOR BOARD— Wanted, man to work
for board. 136 We3t Fourth st.
COOK — Experienced cook and second girl; ref
erences required. 425 Portland ay.
HOUSEWORK— GirI for general housework;
must bo good cook. Call IS2 Farring
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, girl to ass'st with*
general housework. 194 East Fourteenth
HOUSEWORK— Competent girl for general
housework; references required. No. 913
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, a girl for general
housework; German preferred. Apply at
724 East Seventh st
LADY PIANIST— Wanted, a lady pianist at
once. F. J. Schultz, Seventh and Cedar
NURSE — An experienced nurse to take care
of a baby; references required. Mrs. Geo.
Gardner. 251 Summit ay.
NURSE— GirI wanted to take care of baby
at No. 2 Old Post. Fort Snelling.
NURSE— Young girl to take care of child.
No. 382 Farrington ay.
NURSE — Wanted, a competent French wo
man as nurse for young baby. Apply at
once to Miss Hidding, Western ay.
SECOND GlßL— Wanted, girl for second
work; one who can assist with child three
years old. Apply 173 College ay.
SECOND GlßL— Second girl for upstairs work
and care of infant; references required. Mrs.
C. H. Johnston, No. 2 Crocus Hill.
SECOND GIRL— An experienced second girl
wants a place. Call or address 733 Mar
TRIMMER— Wanted, a good millinery trim
m«r. Apply F. J. Schultz Sc Co., 223 East
WANTED— Two Intelligent ladies for permal
nent positions: salary or commission; mid
dle-aged ladies preferred; call forenoons.
_Nabb, 85 Eighth st.
WANTED— An active woman at $10 weekly to
represent ua. Address Box 5308. Boston. Mass.
HEAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
75HX128% ON JTCNKS ST., with comfortable
cottage, for saJie cheap, or will be put in
shape to suit permanent tenant. The State
Savings Bonk, city.
KAHLERT & MlNTEL— Minnesota Steam
Dye Works, 244 East Seventh st-
EMPLOYMENT— WouId like day work of any
kind. Call at 24TT West Seventh St., St.
jPaul, Hocm 10.
EMPLOYMENT— Industrious, honest man,
experienced collector wfth best testimonials,
wants any situation for moderate wages;
quick penman and ngurer; masters three
languages. Address J. C. 246 Charlea gt.
EMPLOYMENT— Wanted, by a boy fifteen
years old, work of any kind. Address 330
East N;nth st.
EMPLOYMENT— Wanted, by a married man
(German), work of any kind; would prefer
In grocery store; I need work very bad.
_Please address M., 978 Con way st.
ENGlNEEJt— Married man wants a position
to run a steam heating plant for the winter;
am a stationary engineer with license, am
sober. Please call or write to M. Athlrod,
121 Sherburne ay.. city.
ENGINEER — Competent engineer wants Job;
a practical man around a heating plant. E.
_E\ L Jilobe.
ENGINEER would like a position as running
an engine or firing: can give the best of
reference. Call or address 3G5 Rosabel st.
OFFICE WORK— Wanted, any kind of office
work by a man who is a good bookkeeper;
small salary. Address F 15, Globe.
JANITOR— MIoWo-a:rr<l man ard w'fe. no
chi'dren; pra< tl al painter and pap^r hang'r;
handy with tool.;; good reXerence; work
_cheap. M 10. , Globe.
JANlTOß— Situation wanted as janitor or
fireman; capable of running and keeping in
repair any kind of heating plant. Address
E. F., Globe.
PAINTER— A house painter wants work. Ad
__dress 263 Belmont st.
PORTER— Wanted, a situation as porter in
hotel or restaurant, or general work in
kitchen. Call or address to Samuel B.
Wailey, Park Hotel, 392 Wacouta st
POSITION wanted by young man to take care
of steam-heating plant; can give references.
G. G., 450 Minnesota st.
PHARMACIST— Wanted, by registered phar
macist; six years' experience, temperate
habits; can furnish best of references; cap
able as manager. Address F., 384 Waba
PRINTER— Work, by young all-around print
er; seven years' experience; no objection to
leaving city for steady job. Address J. P.
_J., 416 Cherokee ay.
WANTED— To do some work in exchange for
fuel or groceries. 167 Atwater si.
WORK FOR BOARD— Young man of twenty
desires place to work for his board. Ad
dress C. E. R., care of Y. M. C. A., city.
IITI'ATIUIIS WA\TEU- w i;«ALK.
A WIDOW LADY wants work of any kind
in exchange for winter clothing. Address
350 Eaat Ninth at
DRESSMAKING— Wanted, dressmaking, at
144 East Eleventh st.
HOUSEKEEPER— A widow lady wants a sit
uation as a housekeeper in or out of city.
Address J. C, General Delivery, St. Paul,
HOUSEWORK— Situation wanted in private
family by a young German girl. Call 202
West Seventh st.
HOUSEWORK— A good girl would like a
place to do general housework; am a good
plain cook. Please address Mary Wilson,
HOUSEKEEPER— Wanted, a position as
housekeeper by an experienced person. Ad
dress Housekeeper, 448 East Ninth st.
HOUSEKEEPER— Widow lady wishes situa
tion as housekeeper in widower's home
where there are no children. Address Mrs.
J. Lewis, car© J, D., General Delivery, St.
LAUNDRESS — Experienced laundress wishes
situation in hotel or restaurant; can give
good reference. Call 126 West Seventh st.,
POSITION— Young lady of good address wants
position in doctor's or dentist's office. M.,
_211 West^ Seventh at.
SEWlNG— Dressmaker wants sewing in fam
ilies, cutting and fitting. Please call or ad
dress 315 East Seventh st.. third floor.
SEWlNG— Experienced dressmaker desires a
few places to sew in private families. 293
West Seventh St., Room 6.
SEWING — An experienced dressmaker wants
sewing in families; fit guaranteed; price,
$1.25 pti- day. Address 897 Reaney st.
STENOGRAPHER— ThoroughIy experienced
lady stenographer, typewriter and account
ant, having first-class references, desires
position; moderate salary with satisfactory
parties. Address K. M. g.. Flat 7, corner
Aurora and Cedar, "The Hiawatha."
STENOGRAPHER— A young lady stenogra
pher and typewriter desires a position; can
furnish first-class references and machine
if necessary. Address S. I. L., St. Paul
Business College, 93 East Sixth at.
STENOGRAPHER— Wanted, a position by a
young lady stenographer; has had experi
ence in general office work; will not expect
large salary; best references. Address F
WASHING — Wanted, to go out washing or
any kind of day work. Call at 318 Walnut.
WASHING — An experienced lady would like
to go out washing or housecleaning by the
day or will take home washing and iron
. ing; will give satisfaction. Call or address
417 Jay St., near Fuller st.
$60 TO $500 short-time loans procured on per
sonal property. Ohio Investment Company,
seventh floor. Globe building.
I ANY ONE CAN BORROW MONEY, any
amount, on diamonds, watches, jewelry,
furs, bicycles, typewriters, at Lytle's, 411
Robert, opposite- Ryan hotel. Watches and
d:amond3 for sale at half their value at
Lytle's, 411 Robert st.
MONEY TO LOAN— On furniture, pianos,
etc.. to remain with the owner; also on
watches, diamonds, seal cloaks, etc.; loans
can be repaid by installments; business
strictly private. Room 7, First National
Bank Build ng, corner Fourth and Jackson;
Minnesota Mortgage Loan Co.
LESSONS ON THE PIANO wanted from an
advanced instructor. Please reply, stating
terms, to F 31, Globe.
REOPENED— Prof. J. Remer's dancing acad
emy, Westmoreland hall, Tenth and St.
Peter sts. Class meets Monday and Friday
evenings; ladies half price; office hours
3 to 8:30
UTOPIA, 493 ST. PETER ST.— Steam-heated
front rooms, with or without board.
AT "THE MrNE-R"— Partie* desiring a home-
Hke boarding place wHI find pleasant, well
furnished rooms, special attention given to
day boarders by the week or single meal.
162 College, corner Sixth.
DRESSMAKING— Lady desires dressmaking;
fashionable dresses, cloaks and capes made.
144 East Eleventh st.. city.
WANTED TO RENT.
ROOM — Wanted, a nicely furnished room,
with steam heat, hot and cold water and
bath. with, or without board, by a young
gentleman. Address B 43, Globe.
ROOM — Wanted room, by a traveling man;
private family; very little in town. Ad
dress L 44. Globe.
RETURNED— MAE ROMALNE. Clairvoyant,
business and developing medium. Correct
advice on business changes, love, marriage, j
separations, law suits, etc.; reunites the
separated, causes speedy and happy mar- ■
riages, removes evil Influences, " family !
troubles and jealousy. Tho3e wishing cor
rect and reliable advice should not fail to !
call. Letters with stamp answered. Hours ,'
9 to 9 daily and Sunday. Parlors 21 East |
College ay. |
BOARD WANTED .
BOARD — Wanted, two nice, quiet rooms with
board for young gentleman and sister; best
of references given; state terms. Address
B 50. Globe.
Alt IS O «. .\ C U >l X .\ T *.
GET YOUR ROOFING AND CORNICE
work done by the Minnesota Roofing and
Cornice Co.. 411 Selby ay.
NEW GOODS for second-hand. Ryan Kur
nlture and Exchange Co., 142 and 144 East
Seventh R. N. Cardoaa. Proprietor.
PYRAMID PILE CUR§
Is a new discovery for Jbe prompt permanent
cure ttl Pifc» in'e very fSm. ■" ' ■ / ** P
£ very druggist has ib
J 'r,Hk, SH EPARD. 94 EAST FOURTH ST.
RENTS HOUSES. STORFS. OFFICES
STEAM-HEATED APARTMENTS: COL
LECT^ RENTS; ACTS AS OWNERS'
3 RENTING AGENCY - GLOOR
f™^ 1 * 0 -WE RENT HOUSES.
I1&IIES. OFFICES, TAKE CHARGE OF
RgNTFD^ PROPERTY AND MAKE COL
HOUSE-WeU finished ten-room" bTouseTthoTT
ougniy modern, bath room, furnace, set
wash bowl, good barn; will rent cheap; 198
Croodnch ay. J. W. Shepard, 94 East Fourth
HOUSE— For rent, Oct. 12, near Grand ay.,
strictly mcdern eight-room house; present
tenant occupied house five years, leaves
Oct. Ist; low rent to good party. H. H. G.,
_93 East Sixth st.
HOUSE— For rent, twelve-room house, in
lower town; furnace, bath. Apply 221 East
HOUSE— For rent, a warm six-room house
wth bath, etc.; central location. 525 Ma
HOUSE— for rent, eight-room house, suitable
for two families, in Central terrace. 82
West Central ay.
FIFTH ST, 235 WEST- Fine double parlors
front alcove and large side rooms; steam
heat, gas, first-class table; terms reason
ROOMS— Second floor, five rooms, cellar wa
ter closet, arranged for housekeeping, to
family of adults. Apply to owner, 277
Grove St., between Canada and Broadway
SEVENTH ST., 228. EAST-Rooms, furnished"
and unfurnished, suitable for light house
keeping. Gust Anderson.
SIXTH ST., 128 WFST-Rooms, Tingle and
en suite; newly furnished; baths, hot water
heat, electric lights.
WACOUTA ST., 541— Nicely furnished^ front
room with alcove; also side room, with
or without board.
FLATS — One three-room flat and one four
room flat, down town; $10 each. S. S.
Stokes, room 27, Globe building.
FLATS— Nice flats, for rent cheap at 474
FLAT— For rent, six-room flat, corner Kent
and Selby ay. Call at Room 57, Court
FLATS In the Marlowe, corner Maria ay.
and East Fifth st. ; steam heat, porcelain
bath and all modern conveniences.
STORE— For rent, nice light store; good
place for dry goods; been occupied for
anch. 423fe West Seventh.
STORE— For rent. No. 957 East Seventh st
_ cheap. D. D. Smith. 220 Endir-ott building.
TO PHYSICIANS— A well qualified married
physician, with a little money, can step
into one of the best-paying locations in
lowa. Apply to Charles Dawson, 400 Sibley
$S5 AVERAGE weekly income with $250 In
vested. Safe, conservative, prospectus, proof*
free. F. Daly. 1293 Broadway, New York.
LOST AND FOUND.
WATCH LOST— Lost, between high school
and Dale st., lady's small black steel case,
open-face watch. Finder please return to
592 Marshall ay. and receive reward.
DOG LO3T— English setter dog, six month*
old; all white with one black ear. Deliver
369 Franklin or 57 Irvine Park and receive
HORSE and two-seated buggy stolen last
night. Return 137 East Seventh st.
BURSKS AMJ CAKHIAGfiS.
HORSE AND BUGGY, In flrst>class condi
tion, will be sold cheap. Inquire 121 Au
BARRETT & ZIMMERMAN'S horse auction
and commission stables, at the Midway
Minnesota Transfer, St. Paul, Minn., the
largest horso dealers in the Northwest.
Dealers in all classes of horses; have 300
to 500 head of horses constantly on hand.
Auction every Wednesday and Saturday at
1:30 p. m. Private sales daily. Consign
ments solicittd. References: The F rst
National and the Columbia National banks
of Minneapolis, and the Farm, Stock and
MIDWAY HORSE MARKET— The~2nus of
William Cunningham & Co. and II A
Winslow will sell jointly Tuesday, Thuts
day and Saturday, at auction; all classes
always on hand; strictly commission con
MRS. DR. WILLIAM, clairvoyant and mas
sagist; just returned and located. 542 Cedar
st. ; near the caaitol.
BATHS, all kinds; massage a specialty. 453
St. Peter St.; rooms warm.
MRS. DR. WILLIAM, clairvoyant and mas
sagist. just returned and located. 592 Ca
dar st.; near the capitol.
A RELIABLE CLAIRVOYANT — Madams
Teltsworth; prices reduced 50 cents; thirty
years' experience. 13 Eighth st.
BATHS— Alcohol, medicated and vapor; ex
pert massagists. Dr. Stella Fremont, 303
CORNS, ingrowing nails removed. Mrs. Dr.
Schmitt, chiropodist. Phoenix Building,
corner Seventh and Cedar. Room 204.
PIANOS— For sale, two elegant square pianos.
In first-class repair. Call on A. Johnson &
Co., repairers of musical instruments, 40
West Exchange St., corner St. Peter st.
LARGE LINE of new and second-hand stove*
and ranges for sale or exchange. R. N.
Cardozo, 142-144 East Seventh st.
BCO SECOND-HAND HEATING AND COOK
stoves, some as good as new, at less than
half-price. Ryan Furniture and Exchange
Company. 142-144 East Seventh st.
PROPOSALS FOR COAL
St Paul, Minn., Sept. 23. 1896.
SEALED PROPOSALS marked "Proposals
for Coal," will be received at this office
until Sept. 30, 1896, at 12 o'clock noon, for
furnishing to the Police Department of this
city one hundred and fifty (150) tons of fur
nace coal (egg size), to be delivered at such
times and places, and In such amounts, as
may be ordered by the Police Department.
Each proposal must be accompanied by a
bond in the sum of $300, with two sureties.
The Common Council reserves the light to
reject any and all bids.
By order of the Common Council.
MATT JENSEN, City Clerk.
Sept. 23 (dly) 30.
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IHDAPOX^OI,,^/ (fa \
THE PRK-T jr \"^f
HINDOO REMEDY V*>>>np\
PRODUCES THE ABOVB >>_. I I^\ fr /
BEfM'I/rS In 80 ©ATB. CtoW allX^vT A/
Nervous Diseases. Failing Jleinory, \^ *r VVx
Paresis, !~leepli;b^ne.-ia, Signtly Ernlg- >— - I -—^
•ions, etc., caused by past ul»:i>»g, gives vigor and slza
to stirunkba organs, and q-.iirkljf Imtmirciy restore!
toot Manhood in "Id oryountr. Easily carried in Test
pocket. Prv-e #!.(>« a pnrlr»fr«. KIT for *».AO with ■
wrlti.-neuuroi.t.-,- to, u re or money refunded. Don't
buy an imitation, >>nt insmt on hn-ving INIIAPU, If
your driiKKi^t has not Lot it. we Till send it prepaid.
Oriental Meule_l Co., l rep.., t'Ltega, UL, or w acexa.
SOLD . y W. A. rrost & Co., Druggists, S. E, cor.
Ctfa & Minnesota KB.. ST HAUL. MINN.
Tfta Oldest and Best Appo nteel Stu -io Id
1859 GatfbaggZZZ 1896
?'9 and 101 Hhl Sixth Street,
Opposite Metropolitan Opera House.
"Be New mow"
Outdoor and commercial worn a specialty.
Mr. Zimmerman's Personal Attention to
Aipoiuimvnt*. Tele i>boue u'i'i.