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Kews in Railway Circles Ycstor.l,- , was
Conspicuous lor iis Absence— j tl.orious
Research with Limited Results— The De
cliuini River— Arrivals and Departures
— Personal .
Emigrants to tko number of two hun
dred arrived in the city yesterday from the
W. 11. Truesdell, vice president of the
Minneapolis & St. Louis road, was in the
The vacation of odd sections in indem
nity limits in the Northern Pacific grant
is received with gratification by settlers.
On Sunday dining cars were established
on tbe Missouri division of the Northern
Pacific between Mandan and Glendive.
General Superintendent Breed and Pae
senger Agent Dodgo, of tho St. Paul & Du
luth road, went up to Duluth yesterday.
Hon. Julius Schult, of Davenport, lowa,
was in the city yesterday, en route to the
Pacific; coast. He goes by the Northern
The Great Western Dispatch & South
Shore line announces that hereafter Boston
rates may be made to Leominster, Mass.,
on the Old Colony railroad.
The Duluth and Manitoba offices will be
closed to-day and the officers and clerks
participate in the ceremony of strewing
flowers upon the graves of departed worth.
W. H. Dixon, of the Chicago, Milwaukee
& St. Paul road, has finally located his
family in the old home on Ashland avenue
in this city, and is now ready for business.
Time cards of the butter and egg trains
on the lowa & Dakota and Sioux City &
Dakota divisions of the Chicago, Milwau
kee it St . Paul road, have been published.
G.K. Barnes and J. H. Ames, of the
Northern Pacific, with H. C. Davis, of the
Manitoba line, left for Chicago last night
to attend a special meeting of western
passenger agents to be held in that city to
The purchase of the Washington & Ohio
Railroad company by the Washington,
Ohio & Western Railroad company, has
been officially promulgated; also the ap
pointment of Syvesius M. Brophy as
superintendent and Charles E. Kimball as
secretary and treasurer.
The West Shore railroad, which is
thought to be connected with the fortunes
of the Northern Pacific, is not simply a
line of road up the west bank of the
Hudson, but is to be an independent
through line to Buffalo, to which point it
is to be finished by September 1.
Maurice W. Britton, of the Winnipeg
Free Press, came hither by the Manitoba
road to do up the Thomas concerts for that
journal. He was engaged on the "grind"
yesterday, and the account he will furnish
the Free Press readers will inspire them
with grief that they failed to be present
on the occasion.
The Wabash, through Gen. Swayne,
comsel in New York, has just completed a
settlement of an important suit with Mme.
Julie Rive-King, the celebrated pianist.
She was injured two years ago in a col
lision near Colton, 0., and obliged to can
cel her engagements for a considerable
time. Suit was brought in New York and
yesterday a compromise was effected, the
company paying her §4,250 in full settle
ment of her claim, which was much larger.
The interest of exhibitors at the railway
exposition this morning, says the Chicago
Newt of Monday, was concentrated in a
communication called a petition, for some
privileges, which a large number of them
presented to the managers. It seeks to
abolish some of the petty rules that were
made to govern tho exhibitors and their
guests. H. W. Stager, general manager of
the Cowell Platform & Coupling company,
of Cleveland, and a stockholder in a num
ber of other Cleveland ooncerns that have
exhibits, this morning telegraphed home,
telling a number of his friends who con
templated an excursion, that they had bet
ter stay where they are. As his telegram
was sent at their request, it v probable
that they will not come. This fcxeorsion
was expected to have been one of the fea
tures of the show. Tho special rep
resentatives of the eastern papers
have gone home disgusted with the way
in which the exposition is conducted.
This gloomy condition of affairs has
not prevented the Manitoba road from
sending a fish exhibit to the exposition.
The river marked seven feet six inches
in the channel opposite St. Paul yesterday
The Libbio Conger of the Diamond Jo
line will arrive in port from St. Louis to
morrow, to return to St. Louis with dis
The Keokuk, Captain Baxter of the
Saiat-/ line arrived from St. Louis via
builwater at half past 11 o'clock yesterday
morning, She brought 300 tons of freight
12 head of stock and 35 passengers, and
departed down stream at G o'clock last
evening. The Minneapolis, Captain
Thompson, of the same line will arrive in
time to leave at noon to-morrow.
[Special Telegram to the Globe. |
Chicago, May 29. — Tbe semi-annual
meeting of tho American railway superin
tendents was held this morning at the
Grand Pacific. About forty members of
the association were present, including
P. S. O'Rourke, Fort Wayne, president;
E. T. D. Myers, Richmond, Va., first vice
president, and Waterman Stone, Provi
dence, R. 1., secretary. There were admit
ted into the association as new members
G. W. Agee. superintendent of the Rich
mond & Allegheny, O. M. Shepard. super
intendent of the Shore line division of the
New York, New Haven & Hartford, and
Otto Miller, assistant superintendent of
the Chicago & Northwestern. Milton
Methony, from tne committee on free pass
es, read a communication from its chair
man J. C. Winder, recommending the free
discussion of the subject of free passes.
This was accordingly done, the association
resolving that the issue of passes to per
sons in the service of the railway compa
nies is not sufficiently restricted and that
a system might be devised which would to
a great extent bring about a needed re
form. The subject was referred to the
committee who will report at the next
meeting Oct. 22. The subject of standard
time was discussed, and the association by
a resolution heartily expressed its appro
val of the railroad time and standards pro
posed by W. F. Allen, secretary of the gen
eral time convention, held in St. Louis
April 11, and declared that whenever prac
ticable it would adopt his system. By
this method there will be instead of thirty
or forty various times, only four or five,
established at certain meridians, the firsc
practically being the longitude of Phila
delphia. The next meeting of the associa
tion will be held at Washington.
[Special Telegram to the Globe.]
Chicago, May 29. — The general freight
agents of tie roads in the Northwestern
Traffic association jand the traffic manag
ers of the St. Paul, Minneapolis & Mani- '
toba railway, held a meeting yesterday at
Commissioner Carman's office for the pur
pose of re-arranging the freight rates be
tween Chicago and Manitoba. Heretofore
there were two tariffs in force on Manitoba
busines?, one from Chicago to St. Paul and
Minneapolis and another from the last
named points to Manitoba points. It
was decided yesterday that this way of
quoting rates should be abandoned, and
that hereafter through rates from Chicago
to Manitoba points be quoted, and but one
tariff issued. The change will the better
enable the Northwestern Traffic association
roads, and the St. Paul Minneapolis & Man
itoba road to meet the competition lately
inaugurated by the Canadian Pacific, via
Rat Portage, Lake Superior and
Montreal. If it becomes necessary
hereafter to change the rates by
the St. Paul, Minneapolis <fc Manitoba, to
meet those made by the opposition line, it
will have simply to notify Commissioner
Carman, of the Northwestern Traffic asso
ciation, of that fact, and he can then
change his traffics accordingly, without
calling a meeting of the association. A
large reduction in rates to Manitoba points
was agreed npon. The new rates from
Chicago and points common therewith to
Winnipeg, will be as follows: First
class, $1.75 per 100 pounds;
second-class, Sl-43; third-class, §1.11;
fourth-class, 87c. Special No. 3,
$1.37; special No. 4, 46c; special No. 5,
$14G.50 per car; special No. 6, 770 per 100
pounds; special No. 7, 51c. The through
rate on emigrant movables will be $118
per car, a reduction of $40 on the rate
heretofore charged. These rates will be
subject to the joint|northern classification.
Heretofore the rates on Manitoba business
were subject to the joint northwestern
classification between Chicago and St.
Paul, and to the joint northern classifica
tion between St. Paul and Manitoba points.
Through Car Service.
Cincinnati, 0., May 29.— C. K. Lord of
the Baltimore & Ohio R. R., is here, mak
ing arrangements for a limited through
car service between St. Louis and New
York. A contract has been closed with
the Ohio and Mississippi Railway com
pany for a fast express train of palace
sleeping,parlor and passengerjjears over the
Ohio <fe Mississippi, Cincinnati, Baltimore
&, Washington and Baltimore & Ohio, be
ginning June 3. The train leaves St.
Louis at 8 a.m. daily arriving at New York
the next day at 10 p. m . Going west it
will leave New York via the Baltimore &
Ohio at 7 p, m. and arrive at St. Louis at
7:30 a. m. the second morning. This gives
the Ohio and Mississippi a double daily
line through with sleeping cars between
St. Louis and New York.
The Mexican Railway .
Londom. May 29. — At a meeting of the
Mexican Railway company to-day, the
chairman complained that the Mexican
government has granted a subsidy to the
later Ocean Railroad company in viola
tion o*f the Mexican Railway company's
exclusive right. He said that £30,000 due
from the Mexican government was prac
tioally a bad debt. There was no reason to
fear a subsidence of tht> late heavy traffic
in railway material, but if it did subside
they would have for compensation the gen
eral development of trade which must Hse
[Special Telegram to the Globe.]
Milwaukee, May 29.— W. G. Swan, the
general freight agent of the Chicago, Mil
waukee & St. Paul railroad, is in a critical
condition and it is feared his end is near
at hand. Night before last he suffered a
terrible hemorrhage losing eight ounces
of blood. Early this morning
there was a slight hemorrhage, after
which he rallied, but it is thought the
change for the better is only temporary.
IZeeting of KalUctnj Sin>#rintemlenta.
Chicago, May 29.— The semi-annual
meeting of the American railway superin
tendents, was held in this city this after
noon. Forty members were in attendance.
The association resolved that the issue of
free passes to persons in the service of
railway companies is not sufficiently re
stricted. The convention approved of the
railroad time standards proposed at the
general time convention held at St. Louis
April 11. Adjourned to meet at Washing
ton. October 22.
Thirty Tram* Tifwiti.
Philadelphia, May 29. — The stock
holders of the West Pennsylvania Railroad
: "oniT>any this afternoon approved the new
leabc io the Pennsylvania Railroad com
pany for a period of thirty years, and the
issue of $5,000,000 consolidated mortgaged
bonds were authorized. Part of these
bonds will be used to take up an outstand
ing mortgage of §3,000,000.
DAKOTA C 1 1' ITA L.
How tho Commission Passed Yesterday —
The Northern Dakota Lobby Gone
Home— The Chances in Favor of Bis
The Dakota capital commissionsrs are
still domiciled at the Merchants, but the
great majority of the representatives of
the different localities in northern Dakota,
who have made bids for the location, and
who accompanied the commission to St.
Paul, as stated in yesterday's issue
of the Globe, have returned
to their respective homes. While
they were agreeable companions, un
doubtedly, their departure seemed to af
ford the commissioners positive satisfac
tion. The fact is, though the commission
is composed of unusually robust and
hearty men, each and every one wanted a
rest. They had been wined and dined to
their hearts' content and nearly talked
to death. As a result the commissioners
passed a very quiet day yesterday. Late
in the afternoon a short conference was
held, but no decision was reached as to
their future movements. It appears, how
ever, that the commission have been in
vited to give Fargo another visit, and it is
probable that the request will be acceded
to, the visit being made the latter part of
this or the first of next week. *In the
meantime the members of the commission
maintain the greatest reticence as to what
their action will probably be in the matter
of the capital location, but it was noticea
ble that among outsiders the prospects
of Bismarck securing the prize
were much more favorably con
sidered than heretofore. The commission
will remain here until they go to Fargo,
(if they finally decide to go there,) and
immediately after that visit, will make
their selection, which, it is reported, ap
parently on 'good authority, will be near
Accident on the River Hoad.
The accommodation train on the river
road, which leaves Wabashaw at 6:30 a. m.
for St. Paul, met with quite an accident
6oon after passing Reed's Landing yester
day morning. A slide of earth and rooks
had taken place at a curve in the road
which prevented the obstruction from
being seen until too late. The cow catcher
was torn off the engine and the passengers
considerably shaken np, but no onr tann
ed. The train was towed in to Lake City
and there awaited the arrival of the train
bound from Chicago to St. Paul, when the
cars were attached and brought through,
reaching St. Paul at 2:25 p. m. insteaofof
9:45 a. m.
THE ST. PAUL DAILY GLOBE, WEDNESDAY MOKNING, MAY 30, JBB3.
Fall Programme of the Kxercise* In Honor
of the Soldier Dead— The Profusion—Ex
ercises at the Cemeteries— Civic and
The following are the orders issued and
the programmes arranged for to-day's
demonstration in honor of the soldiers who
fell in the late war. They are self oxplana
In obedience to geueral order No . 10, head
quarters G. A. It., Omaha, Neb., and general
order No. 8, headquarte s department Minn.,
G. A. H., the Grand Army Posts of this city
will parade on Wednesday, May 30, 1888, for
the purpose of decorating the graves of the
soldiers and sailors interred in the different
cemeteries within our limits.
The comrades of the G. A. B. will assemble
at headquarters on Jackson 6trcet, on that day,
at 12:30 bharp, in full uniform, and will then
proceed to the Court lions,.' 6quare, and r-port
to Comrade W. H. H. Taylor, chief marshal.
Corrrades: lay aside your toils and labors of
life for a single day and devote it to our dead
comrades. The services of Memorial day are
rot for mere display, but have a higher and
nobler purpo c, in reminding us of the price
less ransom paid by our fallen comrades for ihe
preservation of this government.
We call upon all of you who have been 6pared
to return to your homes and families, to devote
this day to the memory of the boys we left
Jas. L. Beiqham, )
R. A . Beckeb, > Genr'l Committee.
Theo. Sandeb, )
phogramme at oakeand cemeteey.
Dirge by the Great Western band.
Reading of General Orders by Com. E. Simon
Prayer by Rev. W. R. Marshall.
Mus c by First Regiment band, M.N.G.
Recitation by Mi6s Agnes Green.
Music by Fort Snelling band.
Annual address by Comrade W. H. Harrington.
Music by Great Western band.
Decorating the graves by Garneld Post No. 8,
and Acker Post No. 21, G. A. R., assisted
by 18 young ladies, daughters
Assembly at the idtand,
Decoration of cross by F. Siebold , Adjutant of
Garneld Post, and R. V. Pratt, Adjutant
of Acker Po-t.
Music — America, assisted by the combined
ORDEB OF MABCH.
Platoon of Police.
Chief Marshal— W. H. H. Tayior.
Ass't Marshal— R . A. Becker.
First Division. Col. VY. H. Bend com'dg.
Fort Snelling Band .
U. S. Regulars.
First Regiment Band M.N.G.
Co. C. Ist. Reg., M. N. G. Capt. F. P. Wright
Co. E " " " " Capt. J. P. Moore
Co. D " " " « Capt. E. S. Bean
Second Division, Jos. L. Bn^ asii > om'dg.
Great Western Baud.
Acker Post No. 21, G. A. R., E. Simonton,
Orators in Carriages .
Decorating Committee, consisting of eighteen
Young ladies, Daughters of ex-Soldiers.
Garfield Post No. 8, J. W T . Makinson, Coin'dg.
Sons of Veterans.
Third Division . Escort Emmet Light Artil
Capt. C. M. McCarthy, Commanding
Knights of St. Paul.
Knights of St. George.
St. Peter's Benevolent Socioty.
St . Clement's Society .
L' Union Francaise.
Pius IX Benevolent Society.
St. Patrick's Benevolent Society .
Father Mathew Society.
Ancient Order of Hibernians.
Clergy and Citizens in Carriages.
The third division will form on St. Peter
street with its right on Fifth street, join the
general procession and separate at corner of
Jackson and Seventh streets and proceed to
Calvary cemetery where services will be con
ducted by Right Reverend Bishop Ireland,graves
decorated, and three salvos fired by the Artil
At Calvary cemetery the exercises will be as
1. Veni Creator — Choir.
2. Prayer for the country— Rev. Fr. Shanley.
3. Music — Band.
4. Address — Bishop Ireland.
5. Services for tho dead in accordance with the
6. Decoration of tho graves.
7. Three salvos from the artillery.
8. Amerie.i — Band.
The procession will then reform and rr unite
at junction of Como avenue and Kice street
with the main body, and all return to the city.
LINE OF MARCH
Forms on Fifth between Wabashaw and Washing
ton streets on Washington, south to Third, down
Third to Jackson, up Jackson to Seventh, down
Seventh to Broadway, up Broadway to Mississip
pi, out Mississippi to Oakland cemetery. The
entire procession to proceed to the cemetery.
The artillery will fire the usual salute at the
gate. The details for the Catholic and Luther
an cemeteries will leave the Court House square
at 8:30 a. m. sharp.
Contributions or flowers for decorating the
cross, will be received at the old court house
from Tuesday 1 o'clock till Wednesday 10
The business men of St. Paul are respectfully
requested to close their places of business on
Wedai sday. May 80, (Memorial Day) from 12
o'clock noon to G o'clock p. m.that a proper
observance of the day may be had.
To each and every citizen we extend a cordial
invitation to take part in these memorial ceremo
nies. In a few years more the Grand Army
will cease to exist, and these sacred duties will
be left to you. Jas. L. Bbigha3l,
R. A. Becker,
The following are the names of the young la
dies of the de- 1 1. rat ing committe:
Edith Kenriek, Mable Kenrick,
Anna Haupt, Emma Brigham,
Annie Hausdorf, Emma Hausdorf,
Edna Makinson, Nellie Makinson,
Martha Sander, Lillie Hollis,
Sophie Lightbouni, Mary Lightbourn,
Marie Scheffer, Elsie Hasenwinkle,
Louise Roth, Isabelle Roth,
Alice Lemon, Bertha Lemon,
Headquarters Emmet Light Artillery. )
M. N. G. St. Paul, May 25, 1883. 5
Battery Order No. 7.
1. For the purpose of doing honor to the
memory of the dead soldiers of the republic,
this command is hereby ordered to assemble at
the armory at 12 o'clock noon. Wednesday, May
£0, 1883, in full dress uniferm for mounted pa
rade and participation in the ceremonies of Dec
oration day. Drivers will report to the first
sergeant, and cannoniers to their respective
chiefs of piece.
2. At 12:45 the battery will proceed to the
place of general rendezvous and do escort duty for
that postion of the memorial procession pro
ceeding to Calvary cemetery.
3. At the close of the services at
the cemetery the usual three salvos will be fired.
Chief of piece will see that the limber is proper
ly supplied with ammunition .
C. M. Macarthy,
Capt . Emmet Light Artillery.
Horse Railway at Winoua.
Down at Winons, which is emphatically
the tree city of Minnesota, it has been de
cided by the common council to build a
horse railroad from the peninsula at its
southern extremity where are located its
great lumber mills to the beautiful prairie
crowning its northern and western bound
ries near which are located the pushing.
motive Winona wagon works, and in whose
» icinity a go-ahead set of citizen capital
ists are about to construct a mammoth es
tablishment for the manufacture of har
vesters and other agricultural imple
It is also proposed to run the horse rail
road through two of the principal street
leading out of the business center anu
pointing towards the lake and Sugar-leif
blmff, and thereby connect the Chicago,
Milwaukee & St. Paul railroad depot on
the western edge of the city with ribbons
of iron with the Northwestern depot, which
sits upon the banks of the river.
There will not ha-.e to be a single ioot
of excavation and hardly of filling in the
whole road track, and it is estimated that
the entire cost of construction of the road
bed, rails, stableß, cars and horse power
will not exceed $25,000. Parties stand
ready to take out incorporation articles,
build and put the enterprise in running
order in the shortest possible time, which
the city council have fixed upon as no
later than the first day of the next New
That the investment will prove a paying
one, to the amount of capital invested in
the construction, there is not the possibili
ty of a doubt, and the rapid growth and
commercial importance of the locality, so
visible since the days when its mail was
carried in its pioneer's hut, from its geo
graphical position on the father of waters
and its railway arteries stretching far into
southern Minnesota and central Dakota,
it has no reason to let its hand grow
nerveless and tardy in grasping hold of
and carrying forward to completion this
enterprise, others already begun, and oth
ers yet to come.
A COLD DAT Oil CRIMINALS.
The Number was Comparatively Limited,
but Nearly All of Them Got "Left"— A
Pair of Bruisers— An Ungrateful Guest—
Minute Shefl'er in Court as Defendant,
Accused of Larceny, but Discharged,
The docket in Justice Burr's court yes
terday was light. The most important
case was that of William O'Hara, who had
been taken in by Martin Milan and pro
vided for, but who had returned the hos
pitality extended by robbing his benefac
tor. There were no aggravated cases of
drunkenness or disorder, and the causes
were disposed of as called with a celerity
that was decidedly refreshing. This being
Decoration day equal expedition will char
acterize the proceedings.
William Stewart and George Locke.
Locke admitted a charge of disorderly con
duct but Stewart said it wasn't so. Ser
geant Galvm testified that he found the
men in deadly embrace on Seventh street,
and but for his intervention there's no
telling what the results might have been.
Stewart stated that he had been assaulted
by Locke without the slightest provocation
and exhibited his wounds as evidence that
he had been unequal to the task of coping
with his adversary. His eyes were in
mourning, and his general appearance
rendered decidedly unattractive. The
court fined Locke $15 and fifteen days,
and Stewart $10, and ordered them to
dwell together in harmony in the future.
John Berger charged with vagrancy, ex
plained that ho had but just come to the
city from Missouri, all the way from Pike,
and would endeavor to obtain work. Officer
Larson discovered John after he had been
histed out of a brewery for the
dozenth time, and considerably
the worse for liquor. The court
took into the consideration of his case the
fact that accused was a stranger in the
city and dismissed him with a Wcirning.
William O'Hara was arraigned for the
theft of $13 from Martin Milan, a citizen
of the Sixth ward. O'Hara had been a
guest of Milan, and on Monday morning
after breakfast, Mrs. Milan missed
$13 in silver which had
been tucked away behind an ornament in
the bar. The police was notified and
O'Hara was found in Minneapolis, where
he purported to have gone to secure em
ployment in a machine shop. In a con
versation had between the parties at the
time of the arrest, O'Hara denied the
theft, but subsequently confessed the
crime and agreed that he would make it
all.right. Milan, however, was not dis
posed co compromise, and hence the arrest.
He acknowledged his guilt to Officer Casey,
which acknowledgment was further con
firmed by the finding of a portion of the
pelf in his possession. The prisonor aver
red that this was his first offense and made
a plea for mercy which the court dealt out
in doses of §50 fine and ninety days in the
Minnie Sheffer who appeared in court
Monday morning as prosecutrix of Mat
Kelley, was called yesterday morning as
defendant in a charge of selling liquor to
minor?. Mat Kelley as aforesaid who
caased a ruction in Minnie's mansion
Saturday night was the infant to whom
she had sold the bug juice, and he was on
hand to tell the court all about the busi
ness. Minnie wasn't ready to plead how
ever, and a hearing of the evidence was
postponed until to-morrow morning, when
if the fact of her selling liquor to one of
such patent innocence and gentleness, as
Mat is established, she will be severely
George Peyton was arraigned for lar
ceny and his attorney in entering a plea
of not guilty, demanded that the cause be
submitted to the consideration
of a tra j -v. In an investigation of
the fa< which the charge was
based. >>und entirely too gauzy
to hold mJ the accused was dis
W. J. Ivioiiiide is accused of keeping his
saloon, on Wabashaw street, open after
the hour provided by law when saloons
should be closed. He. obtained a contin
uance until Thursday, when it is expected
he will prove that he did nothing of
An Italian named Vespucio Otila,
charged with maintaining a nuisance on
St. Poter street, was given until this morn
ing to abate the same.
DOX'T DIE IN THE HOUSE.
"Rough on Rats." Clears out rats, mice,
roaohas, bed-bugs, flies, ants, molei,chipmonks,
WILLIAM J. KITTSOX.
His Body Found Three Miles From the
The following telegram was received
last evening :
Winnipeg, May 2!). — William's body was
found this morning, three miles north of
the hospital. Have just returned from
there. Louis Kittson.
Another telegram from Winnipeg dated
the 29th gives the following particulars of
the lamentable affair:
A man named Samuel Francis, while
looking for his cows on the prair'e came
across a dead body clothed in a night shirt.
Hd did not know whose body it wae, but
from reports which had appeared in the
papers he inferred that it was that of Kitt
son. Hepioceeded to Drewry's brewery,
where he was detained, word being sent
meanwhile to Chief Constantino of the
Drovincial police, and Louis and Dr. Kitt
son. They went to the brewery and found
Francis, who told a very straight 6tory.
They at once, after receiving tbe directions
from Francis where to go, pro
ceeded to the place. The latter took a
short cut across the prairie with the inten
tion of meeting the others at the objective
point. Dr. and Louis Eittson and Chief
Constantino being mounted, kept as much
as possible to the road, but darkness set in
and the result was that they completely
lost their bearings, and were unable to join
Francis. They wandered about fruitlessly
in the darkness for a couple of hours, and
finally concluded to return to the city for
the night. This morning the search was
regained, and shortly before noon the body
was discovered . He was lying on bis side
with nothiner on but a night shirt, which
was torn. His faoe was considerably dis
figured and one ear torn off, apparently by
some animal. The body was removed
from the prairie and will be buried at
"MOTHER SWAX'SWOKM SVRIP."
Infallible, tasteless, harmless, cathardc; for
feverislmess. restlessness, worm?, constipation.
The thirty-ninth session convened yes
terday and the following business was
Wm . L. Parsons of New York was ad
mitted to practice in the Minnesota oourts
on a certificate from the supreme court of
the former state.
The board of county commissioners of
the county of Houston, relator, vs. C. S.
Fitch, respondent; order entered denying
motion to quash writ.
Peter Mcmarer and Phillip Baker, part
ners as Mcmarer & Baker, respondents, vs.
William N. Carey, appellant; argued and
Henrietta A. Nichols, appellant, vs. the
city of Minneapolis, respondent; argued
Adjourned to 9:30 a. m. "Wednesday.
Opinion: John D. Wilson appellant vs.
John Sheiffbillich, respondent.
By the court, — The judgment must be
reversed. If any lien defendant may have
had on the property was not extinguished
by the mortgage foreclosure, he was es
topped to assert it against the purchase by
his silence at the sale.
Judgment reversed and judgment in the
court below for plaintiff for possession of
the property directed.
[Before Judge Simons.]
The Mississippi <fc Rum River Boam
company against Prince «fc Hatton; on trial
John P. Chirm was fined $250 on a
charge of gambling.
[Before Judge McGrorty.]
Estate of Elizabeth C. Randall, deceased.
Petition for administration filed ; hearing
June 25, 10 a. m.
Estate of John S. Pomeroy, deceased;
Estate of F. S. Schmidt, deceased; pe
tition of one of the executors for settle
ment of estate filed. Hearing June 25, 10
Estate of Daniel Broughear, deceased;
James O'Brien and E. S. Norton appointed
STILL WATER GLOBULES.
Iv the case of John Manning, indicted
for forgery, the jury returned a verdict of
Two car loads of freight Hrrived here
yesterday over the St. Paul & Duluth road,
destined for Marine, Osceola, and Franco
nia were taken to the various points by the
steamer Jennie Hayes.
Gen. Flower, inspector [of steamboats
for this district, was in attendance at court
j esterday, having been called as a witness
on the part of defendant in the cass of the
administrator of the Jacobi estate vs.
Samuel Judd, Orange Walker and William
The big rock at the north end of Broad
way having become dangerous in conse
quence of the earth having been washed
from underneath, preparations are in pro
gress under the supervision of Mr. Willem
to remove the said sock in order that acci
dents may be prevented.
A man in the employ of Isaac Staples
was accidentally drowned on Monday last,
by slipping from a log in Ann river. The
remains of the unfortunate young man
were yesterday brought to this city and
conveyed to Simonet's undertaking rooms.
Deceased was twenty-six years old, and un
The steamer Keokuk, of the Saints line,
direct from St. Louis, arrived here at 11
o'clock Monday uight. The Keokuk
brought up a large miscellaneous freight
consigned to parties in this city. Weekly
trips between St. Louis and this city will
be made during the season by one of the
boats of the line named above, arrange
ments to this effect having been entered
The order of proceeding heretofore pre
vailing on Decoration day has been re
versed by Muller Post, G. A. R. The cus
tom previously in vogue was to pro
ceed to Baytown at 8 o'clock in the
morning, and decorate the graves of sol
diers buried there. On returning, the full
programme of the day was carried out in
Fairview cemetery. But this order of pro
ceeding is entirely reversed. Fairview
will be first visited, when the post goes
to Baytown to finish the ceremonies of
Thomas Holdshik was arrested some
months ago, charged with an assault, being
armed with a dangerous weapon. The
municipal court committed him to the
county jail. Shortly after his incarcera
tion Holdshik was declared insane and
sent to the asylum at St. Peter by compe
tent avi-hority, from whence, it
will be recollected, he made his escape
after remaining two weeks. His rearrest
by Sheriff Holcomb has also appeared in
the Globe. Yesterday Holdshik was put
on trial in the district court for
the original offense, whereupon
Mr. Nethaway, counsel for defendant,
raised the question that the prisoner could
not legally be tried by that court, as he
(the prisoner) was yet according to law, an
inmate of the insane asylum, never having
been lawfully discharged therefrom. A plea
in abatement having been introduced by
Mr. Nethaway that the prisoner was insane,
Judge McClure ordered him again into the
custody of Sheriff Holcomb, by whom
Holdshik will be brought before the pro
bate court to determine his mental con
The district court convened promptly at
9 o'clock yesterday morning. The trial of
the suit against the owners of the steamer
G. B. Knapp was resumed.
As the last witness stepped from the box,
counsel for the defense rested their case.
The 2'Jth being set for the attendance of
the regular jarors, Judge Crosby gave no
tica that he would occupy th 6 commission
ers rooms for the trial of the struck jury
cases, while the criminal and the regular
business on the calender would be tried by
Judge McClure in the court room.
The case of state vs. Joha Manning, in
dicted for forgery, was called for trial
and a jury empaneled.
And odd numbers prevail.
Fishing expeditions are in vogue.
Ditto an accompaniemenl of yarns.
The street lamps impart an additional
luster under the new regime.
The excavation for the German-Ameri
can bank building is completed.
Henry Dols has assumed his duties as
ght-wat<;hman. The appointment meets
with universal approbation.
The common council, Whatever may be
said about them by chronic grumblers, are
entitled to the distinction of being a rep
resentative body; their actions in the main
are in 'nil accord with the wishes of the
majority of the people. This was strongly
evidenced when th-y ordered the plans
and specifications of the city hall remod
eled, so as to briny the cost thereof down
from the dizzy heights to the nominal sum
B. O. P. C. H.
We desire to say one word regarding our Mid
dlesex Blue Flannel Suits Men's, Youths
-Hoys' and Children's. We gave our order to
me manufacturers /or these, suits early last
January, and by so doing had them made up
oy journeymen tailors, thereby obtaining all
qualities of custom-made garments.' The
vintngs are all double.warp lasting, and even/
fS2 l * l * sewed with the & «*« quality of black
BUK. n c always aim to keep up the standard
ot manufacture, and at the same time keep the
f/%ZZ?J'° W as 2%ssibU. Old customers know
the wearing qualities oj our goods. New CUB
-\JuoZ^Vn ° €C0 V le acquainted ivith them and
place confidence in what we tell them
Boston 'flflfi Price' din House,
Corner Third and Robert Sts., St. Paul.
THE PFEFFERLE PATENT FII ESGAPE i
Is the Most Wonderful Life Saving Invention of the Age.
Made to fit any window, no matter what height the building may be. Beady for immediate use.
Can pass twenty to thirty persons in safety to the ground, in one minute, no mailer how excited
or timid, or how great their numbers may be. Let them jump, fall, or be thrown into the open
ing, and their lives can be saved without injury.
W. C. GRAY, Piqua, Ohio, Manufacturer and Proprietor for the United States.
Send for circular and testimonials to
C. G. HALLAM, Agent for the Noriiiwest,
Tribune Office, 12 East Third Street, St. Paul, Minn.
Office of tee City Treasures, )
St. Paul, Minn., May 29, 1883. $
The owners and all parties intereste i in the
property condemned for t ,c
Opening and Extending o! an Alley, 16 feet
wide, through Block 30, Ric« & Irvine's
Addition, from Sherman Street to Elm
Street, assessm nt confirmed by Board of
Public Works, September 9, 1881.
WILL TAKE NOTICE,
That the money necessary to pay for all dama
ges for land condemned, as well as for all build
ings, sheds, fences, or other improvements to be
removed or abandoned by reason of the above
named improvement, is now in the City Treasury
and ready to be paid to the parties entitled
The title to the property condomnedjjmust be
examined and approved by the City Attorney
before the money is paid .
I*9-153 City Treasurer.
Assessment for me Oping, Widening
ana Extension of Fuller Street, be
tween Western Avenue ana .
Office of the Board of Public Works, )
City of St. Paul, Minn., May 29, 1&83. )
The Board of Public Works in and for the cor
poration of the city of St. Paul, Minn., will meet
at their office in said city at 2:30 p. in., on the
loth day of June, A. D. 1883, to make an assess
ment of benefits, damages, costs and expenses
arising from the opening, widening aud exten
sion of Fuller street, between Rico st.eet and
Western avenue in said city on the property on
the line of said improvement and benefited or
The land necessary to be condemned and taken
for said opening, widening and extension is de
scribed as follows, to-wit: All that land lying
within the lines of Fuller street, in Elfelt, Hern
heimer & Arnold's addition to St. Paul, if pro
duced easterly to Rice street, in said city.
All persons interested are hereby notified to
be present at said time and place of making
said assessment and will be heard.
JOHN FARRINGTON, President.
Official: R. L. Gorman,
Clerk Board of Public Works. 150-52
Assessment for Opening, WiueninjTai
Extension of Aurora Avenue, be
. ta Western Avenue ana
Office of the Board of Public Wobks, )
Cut of St. Faul, Minn., May 29, 188 d. \
The Board of Public Works, in and for the
corporation of the city of St. Paul, Minnesota,
will meet at their office in said city at 2:80 p. m.,
on the 15th day of June, A. D., 1883. to make
an assessment of benefits, damages, costs and
expenses, arising from the opening,, widening
and extension of Aurora avenue, between West
ern avenue and Rice 6treet, in said city, on the
property on the line of said improvement and
such other property as may be deemed benefited
or damaged thereby .
The land necessary to be cundemned and taken
for &aid opaning, widening and extension is de-
Hcribed as follows, to-wit: All that land included
within the lines of Aurora avenue between West
ern avenue and Marion street, if produced east
erly to Kice street, in St . Paul, Minnesota .
All persons interested are hereby notified to be
present at eiid time and place of making said
assessment, and will be heard.
JOHN FARRINGTON, President.
Official: R. L. Goeman,
Clerk Board of Public Works. 150-52
QTATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF RAMSEY
C3— District Court, Second Judicial District.
Emma E. Smith, plaintiff, vs. Frank H. Smith.
The State of Minnesota to the above named De
You are hereby summoned and required to an
swer to the complaint in this action, a copy of which
is hereunto annexed and served upon you, and to
serve a copy of your answer to th» said complaint
on the subscribers, at their office in the city of St.
Paul, county of Ramsey, within thirty days
after the service of this summons upon yon, ex
clusive of the day of such service, and if you faij
to answer the paid complaint within the time
aforesaid, tbe plaMtiff in this action will apply
to the court tor the relief demanded in said com
BURGESS & WEYMOOTH,
Plaintiff 'B Attorneys, St Paul, Minn.
_ Dated May 25, 1883. may3o-wedtiw
"VOTICE TO CREDITORS— State of Minnesota,
1* county of Ramsey — us. In Probate Court,
special term, April 28, 1883.
In the matter of the estate of George L. Otis,
Notice is hereby given that the Judge of Pro
bate, of the County of Ramsey, will upon the first
Monday of the months of June, July, August, Sep
tember, and October, A. D. 1883, at 10 o'clock a. m.,
receive, hear, examine and adjust all claims and de
mands of all persons against said deceased, and
that cix months from the date hereof have been
allowed and limited for creditors to present their
claims against said estate, at the expiration of
which time all claims cot presented or not proven
for its satisfaction, shall be forever barred, unless
for good cause shown farther time bo allowed.
By the Court, Wm. B. McGRORTY,
Li* s. J Judge of Probate,
( COR. THIRD AXD ROBERT
I STREETS, ST. PAUL.
"IITORTGAGE SALE— is hereby given that
ILL by reason of non payment, default has been
made in the conditions of a certain mortgage con
taining a power of sale, made by William White
and Mary H. White, his wife, mortgagors, to I.ydia
G. Dominick, mortgagee, and assigned by eaid
mortgagee, Lydia G Dominick to Ella M. Dominick.
Said mortgage is dated the Bth day of June, A.
D. 1875, and was recorded on the 12th day of June.
A. D. 1875, at 3:20 o'clock p. in., in the office of the
Register of Deeds in and for the county of Ramsey
and State of Minnesota, in book *36" of mortgages,
on page 552, &c, and said assignment is dated the
10th day of August, A. D. 1875, and recorded on
the 18th day of August A. D. 1875, at 10:10 o'clock a.
m., in said office, of said Register of Deeds, in
book "D" of assignments, on page 416.
The real estate embraced in and conveyed by
said mortgage is all that lot or parcel of land lying
and being in the county of Ramsey and State of
Minnesota, described as follows, to-wit: a part of
lots four (4), live (5), and six (6), in block one (1),
of Bazille & Guerin's addition to St. Paul, accord
ing to the recorded plat thereof, and described and 1
bounded as follows, to-wit: Commencing at a po&t
on the east side of Wnbash:nv street, in the city of
St. Paul, between Tenth (loth) and Eleventh (11th)
streets, distant one hundred and eighty-seven and.
one-half (1875-4) feet northwesterly from the north
east corner of Tenth (10th) and Wabashw streets
and running thence northwesterly along the said
easterly line of Wabashaw street eighteen (18) feet
and nine (9) inches, thence northeasterly at right
angles to said last mentioned line one hundred and
fifty (150) feet; thence southeasterly at right angles
eighteen (18) feet and nine (9) inches: thence
southwesterly at right angles one hundred and fifty
(150) feet to the place of beginning; also a right
of-way to said premises over and through an alley
situated on the easterly side of said lot four (4),
aforesaid, and being twelve (12) feet wide, and ex
tending the whole length of said lot; together with
ail the hereditaments and appurtenances thereto
belonging or in anywise appertaining.
HThe amount which is now, at the. date of this
notice, due and claimed to be due on said mort
gage, after allowing all payments and net rents of
said premises received thereon, is the sum of three
thousand, one hundred and seventeen dollar- and
thirteen cents (£3,117.13) of principal and interest,
besides also the sum of three hundred and sixty
five and 41-100 dollars for taxes and assessments
and interest thereon, paid by said assignee on said
mortgaged premises, and also the further sum of
forty-four and 24-100 dollars for insurance of said
property, and interest thereon, paid by said as
signee, and also seventy-five dollars attorney's fees,
as provided in said mortgage;
And whereas, no suit at law or otherwise has been
had or commenced to recover any of said moneys
now due on said mortgage or any part thereof;
Notice is hereby given, that on Thursday, the
14bh day of June. A. D. 1883, at li o'clock a. m., at
the front djor of the old Court House, in the city
of St. Paul, in said county of Ramsey and State of
Minnesota, the above described mortgaged real
estate, with the improvements thereon, will be sold
by the Sheriff of said county, at public venduo, to
the highest bidder, to foreclose said mortgage and
to satisfy said sums due thereon, with attorney's
fees and the costs and expenses of suoa sale
ella M. DOMIXICK,
As -•''.;• ■■••■ of lid Mortgage.
W. K. Gaston, Attorney for said Assig co. St.
Dated April 25th, 1883. \Ved-7w
STATE OF MINNESOTA, RAMSEY COUNTY—
£> District Court.
In the matter of the assignment of Schefers
Bros. to O. G. Miller:
An 1 now upon reading and filing the petition of
said O. G. Miller, 6aid assignee, and upon duo ad
visement, it is ordered that the creditors of said
Schefers Bros, and said Schefers Bros, show (•;.;■-*■
if any they have, before this court
at a special term thereof to l.c held at
the court house in the city of St. Paul,
in -aid county, on the 2nd day of June, 1883, at 10
o'clock a. m., or as soon thereafter as counsel can
be heard, why the paid assignee, O. G. Miller,
should not be empowered and author' by this
Court to sell the stock, uncollected book-accounts,
fixtures and all uncollected and unconverted as
sets of said estate, at public auction, to the highest
bidder, either in bulk or in such parcels as may
seem to said assignee most likely to realize the
Ordered further, that this order be served upon
each of the creditors of said estate by depositing in
the postoffice in said St. Paul a copy of this order
duly enveloped, post-paid and directed to each of
said creditors at their reputed places of residence
and by personally serving said order iuon said
Schefers Bros, at least eight days before said June
Ordered further, that this order be further
served on the creditors of said estate and upon said
Sehefers Bros, and upon Jacob Bcfaefen and Fran
cis H. Sehefers, former partners as Schefe/.s Bros.,
by publishing the same three successive days, the
the Jast publication thereof to be at least eight days
before said hearing, in the Daily Globe, a news
paper printed and published in said St. Paul, Min
nesota. HASCAL R. BRILL. District Judge.
Dated May 19, 18S3.
Lampkey, James & Warren,
141-44 Attorneys fo» Assignee, St. PauJ, Minn.
CTATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF RAMSEY
1 — ss. In Probate Court, special term. May 8,
In the matter of the estate of Mary Forder, de
On reading and filing the petition ml William L.
Quiun, of said county, representing, among other
things, that Mary Forcier, late of Dako a county, in
the month of October, A. D. lbtiO, in sr.id Dakota
county, died intestate, being an inhabitant of Dn
kota county at the time of her death, leaving goods,
chattels, and estate within this county, and that
the said petitioner is interested in the estate of said
deceased, aud praying that administration of said
estate be him granted:
It is ordered, That said petition be henrd before
the Judge of this Court, on Friday, the Ist day
of June, A. D. 1883, at ten o'clock a. m., at the Pro
bate office in said county.
Ordered further, That notice thereof be given to
the heirs of said deceased, and to all persons inter
ested, by publishing a copy of this order for three
successive weeks prior to said day of hearing in
the Daily Globe, a ue-oauer printed and pub
lished at Saint Paul, in sa nty.
By the Court, ,y JU a. 'McGRORTY,
[ L - B - 1 Judge of Probate.
\ttest: Frank Robert, Jr., Clerk,
VTOTICE TO CREDITORS.-State of Minnesota,
ll County of Ramsey— ss. In Probate Court.
In the matter of tie estate of Wilhelmina Dorete
Notice is hereby given to all persons having
claims and demands against the estate of Wilhelmi
na Dorete Metz, late of the county of Ramsey, de
ceased, that the judge of the probate court of said
county will hear, examine, and adjust claims and
demands against p^irt estate, at his office in Saint
Paul, in said count y, on the first Monday of the
month of August, A. V., 1883, 'at ten o'clock a. m.,
and that six months from the 21st day of May. 1883,
have been limited and allowed by said probate
court for creditors to present their claim*.
Dated this 21st day of May, A. D. 18S3.
CHARLES E. MET/,
Administrator of the estate ot Wilhelmina Dorete
Metz, deceased. :-naj'.S3-we-5w