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CITY, AT THE SUIT SUIT iaoosurr SATTLE3R $6.00 SUIT St. Street. 91 House, Clothing $6.00 SUIT St. Third Street. One-Price SUIT House, Ever Bargain in Wool suit suit They #a.oo suit Go and Get One of those $6,00 All Wool Suits. They Represent the Most Wonderful Bargain Ever advertised in St. Panl. #6.00 suit Sunday Mannheimer Bros' Great . Sacrifice IN Summer JSlks. The anxiety of the Importers to dispose of stock previous to May Ist s when the reduction in the tariff takes effect, enables us to secure this specially attractive lot of 250 Ywm Sinner Silks, S Consisting of Checks, Stripes, Plaids and Broken Checks, In this Season's Latest Colorings, at most ad vantageous figures. Silks wortli 75 CiisjiMal 50 Cents. Sis ioi 90 Cents, oiri at 65 Cents. Silks worm $1.00, offerefl at 75 Cents. ANOTHER SPLENDID BARGAIN. 20 pcs Black Satin Rhadamcs $1.25, sold heretofore at $1.75 30 pcs Black Satin Rhadamcs $1.50, sold heretofore at $2.00 Alexandre Giraud's CELEBRATED Cachinere Alexandre AND Cain Mm Sis. Superior in quality and finish to Bonnet, Guinet, Bellon or Tapissier, in a complete run of numbers and weights, ranging in price from $1.75 to $3.00. We guarantee the good service of every yard of Giraud's Silks, from the cheapest to the best quality. WE WILL ALSO OFFER ON MONDAY, IN OUR Hosiery Department, In addition to the Attractive Bargains of last week, 500 PAIRS LADIES' SILK HOSE, In all New Shades and Black, at the extremely low price of $2.00 PEE p^zr. Well worth double that figure. Mail orders receive immediate and careful attention. THIRD & MIIISHSrESOTA STS. AMUSEMENTS. "OPERA_HOUBE. SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday Evenings, April 23d, 24th and 25th, THE COMEDIANS, 2R,oTDSo:rx <&, Crane, SUPPORTED BY THEIR EXCELLSST COME!>Y COMPAJY. Monday Evening, Thompson & Greene's Exceedingly Funny Comedy in Four Acts, SHARPS .& FLATS. CUTLER SHARP, A Man of Nerve MR. STUART KOBSON DULLSTONE FLAT WM. H. CRANE Bald Headed, Bare Fi°ted, Shirt Sleeved Speculator. Tuesday Evening, Bradford's Roaring Comedy in Four Acts. OUR BACHELORS. JUAN BANGLE MR. STUART ROBSON JUDGE JOWLEH MB. WM 11. CRANE Wednesday Evening, Shakespeare's Comedy of Errors. DBOMIO OF SYRACUSE ( Twin ) '. .MR. STUART ROBSON DROillO OFEPHESUS. Brothers. s<;5 <; . WM. H. CRANE "The Two Dromios.'' Prices a3 usual. Seats now on sale at box office. ST. PAUL, SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 22, 1863.—TEN PAGES. SPRING GOODS. Oh, How it Hurts, But it must be done. Spring goods must be sold in Springtime, so I have put the knife "way into the hilt, and the bottom struck. Dress GrOOcLs 44-in Cheers E educed to $1.00 from 81.50. term All Wool Chuda to 50c trom 78. 44-in All Wool Debeigv. 50c from 85. Colored Cashmeres, to 75c from. $1.00. Lower grades 50 and 60c per yard. Big Dim in Black Cainiim Secure a Si)k Dress while you can save from a five to ten-dollar bill on it, as I am selling Silks from 15 to 4Oc per yard Lower than any House in the Northwest. Ail the best makes. Bonnet, Guinet, Royal Standard, Belding Brothers' American Silk, and the Renowned Favorita, in Blacks and Colors. I have the most complete stock of HOSIERY in the City, in Silk, Lisle and Fancy Cotton. Domestics at Bottom Figures. Respt. CLUHHX I MAIS. AMUSEMENTS. MARKET HALL Monday Evenini April 30,1883, Slflcnor Jantta, GKRAJSTD Testimonial Concert ROSSINI'S IMMORTAL STABAT MATER I LUJIImIAL MAKAI MAIM! ''Will Ye repeated by general request." With Mies Kate Koantz, Miss Nellie Th iretoi Sir. Will Dorgan and Mr. Chas. De!*-.supported by the full chorus of the Choral Society «n<l Seibert and Danz's full orchestra of thirty muei cans. C Miss MARIE GEIST, Yioloncelliste, kindly will assist, with many others, for this occasion. Tickets, with reserved scats, for sale at Dyer & Howard's music store, East Third street. OPERA HOUSE. Thursday Friday and Saturday Evenings, April 26th, 27th and 2Sth. THE POPULAR COMEDIAN, MB. 18. McAULEY, In Two Original Comedies. Thursday and Friday Frenings, April 26rh and 27th, the New England Comedy Drama, A MESSENGER FROM JARYIS SECTION B. McAULEY a? UNCLE DANIEL. Saturday Evening, April 28th, the New and Original Comedy, entitled THE JERSEYMAN, B. McAULEY as GILDEROY N. G. PUXK, of Mackerel ville, New Jersey, U. B. Prises as usual. Sale of seats commences Wednesday morning, April 25th, at box office. WOOD'S OPERA HOUSE. Col. J. H. Wood Manager. April 2:»d and during the week. Wednes day and Saturday Matinees. THE GREAT BURTONS, Lottie. Lizzie. John and Clarence. Return Engagement of MR. K. S. WOOD AS JACK SHEPPARD Thief, Burglar and Jail Breaker. POPULAR PRICES. (BtlnbE* yyy'vy--•'-*..•• .;-._-.'•.■ y..^yv _-'" ■ NEW GOODS. A. PUGKEL Wholesale and Retail Dealer in ■111 Sole Shipper to the Northwest of Philadelphia and Beading Anthracite Coal, And Dealer it. all Grades BITUMINOUS GOAL Support the only competition! to the FULL KING by sending me your orders and getting FULL WEIGHT, CLEAN COAL and PROMPT DELIVERY. OFFICE REMOVED—32B Jackson street, un der Dawson's bank. Retail Yard—Cor. Fourth and Broadway. CHARLEY M'COMAS. The Efforts Reinjj Made to Recover the Son of J»dj;e McCoinM. Abiiu< t-ed l»y the !■ --<1 i ans. Fgbt Scott, Kas.,April 20.—The Monitor of this city received a letter from Hon. E F. Ware, brother-in-law of Judge McCoin as, recently killed by Indians near Silver City, giving an outline of the situation in the Indian country and the efforts being made to recover Charley McComas, the lit tle son of the jadge, who was captured by the Indians when they killed the parents. The good offices of the government of Chihuahua and Somora, Mexico, have been secured, a large reward has been offered, and photographs circulated throughout the entire Indian country. The whereabouts of the boy is not known.and but little hope is entertained of his recovery during hos tilities. Should a truce oocur he may be obtained, but should the party in whose hands he is be attacked by our troops, or by the Mexican.-, there is no doubt he would be killed at once. The letter Bays the feel ing against the Indians, among the people throughout Arizona, is very intense, and they are strongly opposed to allowiag any Indian reservation to remain in Arizona. Beyond this the letter contains nothing new. Ocean Steamships. London. April 21.—Arrived out, the steamers Canada and California. The steamer City of Chester from New York via Halifax, where she put in disabled, passed Queenstown this morning on her way to Liverpool. New Yokk, April 21.—Arrived, the steamer Mars from Rotterdam. A grand masquerade will be held at the Wig waru, W'-dntsday eve:u3g, April 25. Skating at 7:30. Dancing at 10. Get yoar watches and jewelry repaired a' Geist's, 85 East Third street. Tlie Great Union B-iud will furnish excellent music for the masquerade, at the Wigwam, Wednesday evening. April 25. THE BULLS RAMPANT. THEY SCOIiE AXOTUF.It SUCCESS IX YESTERDAY'S GRAIX TIIADIXG, Wheat Forced Up Several Points, and Corn Likewise Booming—Greater Activity and Higher Prices Realized for Provisions. [Special Telegram to the Globe. 1 Chicago, April 21. —The bulls had no opposition to-day. As usual the movement started in the wheat pit, where rumors be came current that Armour & Parks who represents the New York syndicate that is dealing here, had combined to force prices up and had fixed on $ I.2J> a bushel as their limit for May. The short interest became alarmed and bid figures up rapidly. Corn gained strength in sympathy. Provisions were buoyant and excited, and other mar kets were influenced. In wheat, as before stated, a strong feeling was developed, and trading was active with prices ruling considerably higher than yesterday. There was nothing particular developed in outside influ ences to cause ' the sharp advance, but there was an urgent speculative inquiry both on local and outside account and to this was the advance attributed. The feeling was nervous and decidedly "bullish," and while offerings were quite liberal and required a continual advance to bring out sellers and enable buyers to fill their orders. The early mar ket was from the same to }4@,%0 higher than closing figures on 'change yesterday. but }4@,%g lower than the closing figures on call board yesterday afternoon. Later under an active demand prices were ad vanced 2J4@2%c above inside prices, and finally closed 2}^c higher for May, 2%>i higher for June, and 2% higher for July than the closing figures on 'change yester day. June and July are now tho principal futures traded in. Winter and spring wheat were held higher owing to the ad vance in the speculative grade, but little business was transacted in either. Although the demand continues moderate the offer ings are liberal. Flour was more active, and dealers were asking better prices for all qualities, and were said to be obtaining a good advancj for the finer family and bakers' brands, with the options in wheat giving a decided change in tone to this market, while with light grinding for some time it is thought an established advance will be sustained. Rye and buckwheat flour were quite low. Bran and millstuffs were in lighter snpply and doing better. Corn was active and prices higher, due to speculative influence. Receipts were a trifle larger aad foreign ad vices lass favorable, but influence by the upward tendency of wheat aad an urgent demand on speculative accouut,with no great desire to sell, a higher range of prices was established. The markets opened easier, and prices earlier ruled about %o lower, but later advanced x£@,%a per bushel for various futnres above the inside prices, then receded a trifle, lluctu ated, and finally closed }4° higher for Mar, %c higher for June, and %<s higher for July, than the closing figures on 'change yesterday. No. 2 was again in good re quest, and offerings only moderate. There are a good many outside orders coming in, and local business to-day was on a moderate scale. Oats were rather quiet. The market was bat little influenced by the advancing ten dency of the leading markets. July was the only future which improved materially. Cash oats were quiet and tame: No. 2 quoted at 4lst£c,and other grades nominal. Sample lots in larger supply. Offerings of mixed oats rather exceeded the demand, and they were easy, but sold fairly and raled &teady. The entire daily arrivals are go ing in the sample market and bringing more- on track as frae on cars than can be had for the same grade in store. The speculative business undoubtedly would have been heavier to-day had not the attention of the principal operators in this market been engrossed by the excitement in other markets. Rye was very firm to-day, but nothing of account could be done, owing to the scarcity of sellers. A good inquiry exist ed, and full yesterday's prices were ob tained. Sample lots of barley were slow and easy. There was some demand for No. 3 in special location. The general market was no better, and trade was lim ited. Provisions showed unexpected life to day; activity, firmness and buoyancy were the features of this market. Under the influence of an active speculative demand which appeared at the opening, and was well sustained throughout the day, a strong feeling, accompanied by a sharp upward movement was witnessed. Higher prices were the rule, and the advance real ized which was general and substantial, was well supported up to the close. Pork was the favorite article with specu lators, though in lard and short ribs a good business was transacted. The day's trading aggregated a large volume. The trading in pork was characterized by un- usual activity and excitememt. The specu lative demand was larger and more urgent than on any day for some time past, and higher prices were established all round. Opening sales were made at about the closing prices on yes terday's call, but the market promptly improved and closed 32j£(S35c higher than opening figures. The trading was confined mainly to May and the later futures. Cash was quiet. April inactive. Lard was iv goad speculative demand and higher, the advance established amounting to 7^@lo cars compared with yesterday's closing prices on 'change. May and the later futures received more atten tion from traders than the near futures. Last Day of the Memphis Races. Memphis, Term., April 21.—Notwith standing the threatening aspect of the weather another large crowd \va> in attend anpe at this, the sixth and last day of the spring meeting of the new Memphis Jock ey club. First race, for two and three year-olds, five-eighth mile: Greer's Un known, the favorite, won; Monticello sec ond: Olivette third. Time 1:06. The Paris mutuals paid $16. Second race, for beaten horses, mile heats—Apollo, the favorite, won in two NO, 112 straight heats; Mayor Hnghes second; Greenwood third. Time, 1:47, 1:45^. Fifth race, steeple chase, one and a half miles —Florence J, the favorite, won; Twi light second; Tennessee Girl third. Time, 4:19. The last three races were run in the rain. CRIME RECORD. SUITS FOB FALSE PRETENSES. Pittsbubg, April 21. —Sylvester Cos grove, the financial agent of the Siemens Anderson Steel company, which failed about a year ago, on trial in the county court for some days on a charge of false pretenses, was found guilty this morning. The suit was instituted by the Merchants & Manufacturers' National bank, which gave the firm a loan of $5,000 on the rep resentation of Cosgrove that they had made sales to Miles & Son, of Chicago, to the amount of §15,000. In another suit against the same defendant, on trial, it is alleged that a new trial will be asked for because Judge White, before whom the case is tried, was found in the jury room pending the deliberation on a verdict. ■WANT TO LYNCH HIM. Atlanta, Ga., April«2l.—There is intense excitement over an attempt to lynch a negro named Leonidas Johnson, convicted by the conrt on charge of rape on a youn^ girl. After his sentence of twenty years' imprisonment, a Mrs. Coake appeared and Jeclared he had committed a siinlki' criir.o on her. Indignant citizens attempted to lynch Johnfon and were only prevented by ii guard opening firoot blank cartridges on the crcr.vd. SHOT BT DBSPEBADOBB. St. Louis, April 21.—Four brothers, named Barlow, and two others named Gall and Winfield, desperadoes, living in the vicinity of Normanvilie, Kansas, and a terror to the community, went to the store of John Normile, the postmaster at Normanviile. night before last and de manded liquor. Being refused they wrecked the store, robbed the safe, fired several shots from revolvers, oue of which mortally wounded the postmaster's wife, and th?n lied. Sheriff Blair, with a posse, • ••.re in pursuit.' SENTENCED FOB ABSON. Lascasxeb, Pa., April 21.—Geo. B. Rem mer, Jno. Wertz and Alexander Leanaan, convicted of arson, were sentenced this afternoon, Remmer to sixteen years' im prisonment, Wertz to ten and Leaman to three in the county prison. EILLED IN A QUABEEL OVE3 CABD3. Cincinnati, April 21. —Typ Harrison wa-; shot and mortally wounded at Harvysburg this afternoon in a quarrel and fight in which he participated with his brother, George Harrison, against Sid Ward. It was Ward who fired the shot. The fight grew out of a disagreement over cards. George Harrison was slightly wounded. Ward is in jail. THE HABLOW BBOTHEBB ABBESTED. Atchison, Kas., April 21. —The three Harlow brothers who attacked and robbed the postoffice at Normanviile, Donephan county, Wednesday night, and shot the wife of the postmaster were brought here this evening by' Major Crowell, of the pos tal service, and Sheriff Bailey, of Donephan. They will have a hearing before United States Commissioner Price. TAKEN ON A KEQUISITION. Chicac4O, April 21.—John Morrison, a deaiec in c irriag63 in this city, who made a claim one week ago that his safe had been burglarized of nearly $8,000, but whose story was discredited by the police, was arrested this evening on a requisition of tho governor of Ohio, granted at the in stance of a Columbus firm, charging that Morrison had obtained goods under false pretense and other alleged frauds. The aocttsed loft in charge of an officer to-night for Columbus. A OBAZY WOMAN'S FKEAK. Canton, 0., April 21. —Anton Friedman was awakened at 1 o'clock this morning by tho breaking of glas3 of a window and bul lets pattering about the walls. Rushing to the window he saw in the moonlight a woman running .nway carrying a shotgun. The woman, Mrs. Kreger, is thought to be insane, and keep j the neighborhood in a state of trepidation by occasional nocturn al freaks of this port. WIFE MU- :EEB CONVICTED. Atlanta, Ga., A p. il 21.—Joseph C. Jones, the wife murderer, is convicted. He was married whin L.s wife was but eleven yearb v»ld. Ho assaulted his motherin-law, ard ftVd ths country but returned not long ago, then his wife refused to live with him and he murdered her. A SHEKIFF KILLED IN JAIL. Nashville, Term., Apiil 21. —L.A.Ryan, sheriff of Lyon county, Kas., and Special Deputy T. N. Dixon, arrived this morning from Emporia, Kas., with Andy Taylor, one of the parties implicated in the mur der of Sheriff Cates and Deputy Conway, of H nnilton county, in this state, last Sep tember. Taylor was in irons when he ar rived, and is in jail here, where he will be detained under orders from the governor, who has reason to believe there is danger of T.iylor's being lynched if carried to East Tennessee at present. New .stock of Millinery at the Novelty Store. Hats trimmed to order. Satin Dolmans and Mantillas, trimmed with silk laco and passementrie, at $10.50. 29 West Third. LATE MINNEAPOLIS NEWS. The notorious Mary O'Brien was ar rested last night about 10 o'clock, by Of ficer Thornrich. As usual she was drunk, and raising considerable disturbance on the island. Every seat at the Grand Opera, together with the ten boxes, were occupied last nipht. Robson & Crane of course de lighted the audience with their inimitable drolleries. A man was found lying on the railroad track at Eleventh avenue south, by OSicer Malone about 11 o'clock, and was taken to the lock up to save his life, and allow him to sleep off the effects of too much ' bad whisky. Officer Daley arrested a won: a a named Wilson last night about 9 o'clock, charged with the larceny of &130 from the person of A. Farmer, whom she roped in on Thurs day night to a boarding house, where she succeeded in relieving him of that arnocnt. She claims to be from Anoka. bat phe >. is been seen on the streets a great deal of late. A gentleman in an interview with F. B. Bailey yes'erday after the election contest papers were served upon him, was told by that gentleman that in the. event it was s-hown he was not elected to the office of judge of the municipal court, hn did not wish to occupy the seat, of course. The Republicans are very indignant and the organs will howl vociferously this merging.