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AT THE PLAT HOUSE. Dlosing Night of Salviai's Engagement, in Which the Great Aotor Flays "Othello." St. Paul's Old- Time Favorites, the Boston Ideals, to Appear To-Morrow Night. Annie Plxley to Follow—The Third Grand Concert— Amusement Notes. Salvini us Othello. Probably never in the history of tho Grand opera house has there been given * more artistic representation of the intensity of human emotions, their causes and logical consequences, than thrilled a thousand people last evening when Salvini gave his masterly impersonation of "Othello." Among the mauy who have essayed the character, Salviui is easily chief, as they can well believe who followed him last evening from his joyful union to Desde mona. through the incipient and fast growing stages of jealousy to the awful climax when with desperate and despairing resolution he takes the life of the bride he had sworn to cherish and tails himself a victim to his owu in sensate rage. The highest expression of Sal vita's art is its naturalness. From the very beginning the actor is lost sight of and the man, with all the strength and vigor of a man's love, a man's passion and a man's revenge appears. When the supposed horri ble truth of his wife's unfaithfulness is forced upon him, by what he believes to be indubitable evidence, it is no longer the reasoning human being ready to balance circumstances and sug gestions against each other, but the tiger madly raging for the ' revenge to Which he is entitled at such a fearful price. With admirable art. which this very natur alness conceals, the audience is led on to the awful climax. Here, of course, the perfection of Salvini's interpretation of Othollo appears. The determination and yet pitying reluctance with which he be gins to make ready for Desdemonia's death, the manner in which he nerves himself against the suggestion of anything like sympathy or forgiveness, and finally the merciless tot rent of invective culminating in the wild rush upon the shrinking:, trembling wife is consummate. Then when convinced of his fatal mistake, when the meaning of his heartrending crime is forced upon him, and he is made to see the pit into which he has fallen and the useless- Oess of his deplorable deed, the perfection ©f his despairing grief and rage forces one to the belief that the actor is, indeed, for Hie time being, living the scenes he is portraying. It is is in the details of the past that the careful study of the great Italian is apparent. From the historical ac curacy ■of his dress to the vividness of his dying struggles there is a faithful ness that is little short of the marvelous. Gifted with a melodious voice, a splendid physique and a wonderful capability for facial expression. Salvini must be acknowl edged to deserve the reputation which he has gained of being the greatest living "Othello." - Miss Allen as Desdemona was not only charming; in appearance, but gave a rendition of the character which went straight to the hearts of the audience. Mr. Lance as lago was far above the average. The rest of tho company were fair. Ilosion Ideals. To-morrow evening the favorite Boston Ideals reappear at the Grand, St. Paul, in the opening of their spriug engagement. The bookings have made a division ot the fortnight between the two cit.es necessary, and the Ideals will sing April 5 (to-mor row). C and 7 in St. Paul, then a week in Minneapolis, returning to St. Paul for their farewell this season, on Thursday. Friday and Saturday of next week, the loth, ltith and 17m of April. The repeating of the second engagement has not as yet been announced, but will before the advance sale, which will open on the morning of Monday, the 12th insL this week's repertoire is: Monday. "Adina;" Tuesday, "Maid of Honor;" Wednesday iuaitnee, "Victor, the Bluestocking." even ing. "Fra Diuvolo,'" with Stone as Zerlina. The first two will be heard lor the nrst time iv St. PauL "Adiua," in which Miss de ZELEE DE LUBSAX. Lnssan has scored a very positive hit, is an English adaption of Donezettl's "Elixir of Love." an opera dear to the hearts of both Patti and Gerster. In tho cast, besides Miss de Lussan, are Tom Karl, H. C. Barnabee and W. H. Clark (the new basso •who has met such pronounced favor). "Maid of Honor" is the English name of the Ideals' adaption of Habevy's famous "Mousquetaires de la Rome," is regarded as grand opera in France and includes in the cast Marie Stone. Agnes Huntlngton Lizzie Burton, Tom Karl. W. 11. Clark, W. H. Macdonald and Herndon Morsell. Miss Huutiugton has an opportunity therein to add to the laurels she has already won. "Victor, the Blue Stocking," has been Im proved in many ways since it scored so de cided a success here last autumn and ex changes everywhere join in the verdict "the Ideals are far stronger than ever be fore." Thousands of dollars have been spent in costuming :'Adißa" and "Maid of Honor," and of all these things, hundreds of Globe readers will judge for themselves as the advance sale is notably large even for the Ideals. Annie Plxler's Heturn. Annie Pixley has not been seeu or heard in St. Paul for about five years. Durine that time her laurels have couie thick and fast iv t lie East, uotil now she Is consid ered one of the strongest attractions that visit Boston, Philadelphia, New York, Pittsburg and elsewhere. She will ap pear next Thursday evening in Bret Carte's familiar character drama, "M'li*s." Miss Pixley is assisted this season by a com pany of merit, beaded by Mr. Harry Mer edith, a popular actor, aud comprising M. C. Daly, T. M. Hunter, Donald Harold. Maurice Drew, Robert Fisher, P. Rednieu. Duliie Pita, Blanche Muulton, etc. At the Saturday mallues she will present Mar<»deu's comedy drama. "Zara." Ar ranseuieats hays been made to read the returns of the Minneapolis election from the stage Tuesday evening. The Dime Itlnseum. The famous guyasticutu* Is aauonnoed as an attraction at the dime aiuseuia next week. Wbanoe it cams and what it U the management ouu give only the explanutlou that il is the original guyaslioutus. The other novelties on the bill are the giant skeletou. the giant childreu, the UNssM, he mermaid; Cassanoria. the fhflOßOtloalsta who cuts up a man iv full view of the audi ence and restores him to life. The usual stage bill will be preseuted. The Last Popular Concert*. The last of tho three Exposition and Philharmonic popular* iv St. l'aulaiul Min neapolis promises to be the greatest musical event of the three. Lillie Lehmauu is a great figure Iv operatic art. Slie is tho prlma donna ol the imt>eriaJ opera in Rus sia — a grand artist aud a grand woman. Franz Hummel, the pianist, is one of the three greatest living piano virtuosos, and the same is true of Ovide Musiu as a vo calist. The trio are giving a yerios of con certs which is fairly setting the public of America wild. They will be welcomed iv the twiu cities with open anus, and at the popular prices of tha popular serio will tax the capacity of the great rinks in which the concerts will be held. PASSEDMUIH PKOTEST. The O'.Neill Arbitration BUI Pasted, 105 to 29. W^sinxoTOx. April S.— ln the hou=e, on motion of Mr. O'Neill, the silver bill was laid aside and the house went into committee of the whole on the arbitration bill. An amendmeuf making the co;ni»on satiou of the arbitration committee $10 a day and requiring Unit no single arbitration shall cost more tlmu $1,000 was adopted. The committee then rose and reported the bill to the house. The bill was passed — yeas l»5, nays ii 9. The following is the negative vote: Alien (Miss.) Forney, Norwood, U.iriio*. Ulorer, O'Feriull, Uclnioiit, Hale, Perry, Bennett, Hammoud, K«aeun, Br'kr'jje, (Ky)Hains. Koirers, Cr.sj), Hciuphill, Sadler, Croxlon, Hiil. Skinner, Duvidson(Al.) Hot ton, Tillmau, Daniel, Irion, Tucker, Forau, Jones (Ala.) On motion of Mr. Ke-liey of Pennsyl vania the title of the bill was amende*! so as to rettd: "To provide a method for set tling controversies «md differeuoeo between railroad corporations engaged in interstate aud territorial transportation of property and passengers and their employes.'* De batti on the silver question was then begun. Mr. Fuller of lowa argued in favor of the double standard. Mr. Barl:sdale of Mississippi and Mr. Cadwell of Tennessee opposed the suspension of silver coinage. Mr. Adams of Illinois opposed free coinage. The house then took v rtOßßi until 7:oO. At the evening sessiou Mr. Gallinger of New Hampshire argued in favor of the suspension of silver coinage. President Cleveland's "innocuous desue tude*' was exactly what the silver dollar needed. The silver dollar was. defended by Messrs. Woodburn of Nevada, Price of Wisconsin and Neece of Illinois. At 9:15 the house adjourned. The Preaideul't Habits. Washington Letter in Baltimore Herald A great deal has been .said about l'resi- Cleveland's belief Id fatalism and in luck derived from certaiu habits. Many great men have had these eccentricities, as Dr. Johnson, who could nut pass a gate-post without touching it. It is probably uot true, as has be«»u stated, that the president welcomes ail fortune-tellers to the White house. But it b doubtless true that he does believe in a certain amount, of true. His peculiarity takes shape in the direction of spiritual mediums, it is a common story that while he was sheriff in Buffalo a medium told him that lie would be presi dent. This prophecy made a gi^ai impres sion on the President, and, although a practical business man. he has had a per manent faith in mediums ever since. Ac- cording to credible testimony, Mrs. Sawyer, a noted medium, visited the White house several times last year and administered to the spiritual wants of the president. She assured him that he would be elected pre sident again. It is a matter of common talk that this medium warned Mr. Cleve land that he must be very particular with himself, and that this will account for the extraordinary care with which the chief magistrate exercises with reference to him self. It is a biugular fact that while Mr. Cleveland claims to be par excellence the president of the poop to and one of the unices, he has never appeared on Pennsyl vania avenue — down which Grant and Hayes used to walk once a week — and that he has never exposed himself to public view except in a vehicle in company with Col. Lament. Tale of a I'unsiun Tub. Chioago Tribune. Mine, de Lesseps would be a luminary if it were not for her maternal cares. Twelve living children and nve dead ones in eigh teen years' time are drawbacks to gayety: but she keeps open house and la so hospit able that not infrequently she does not know the names or those who crowd her saloons and whom her huabaud invites on ti*e most casual acquaintance. Ferdinand is the model of trimmers. He was a pet of the Tuileries iv what he terms the "days of the tyrant." and is now hand and glove with the republic, as he will be with d'OrleaiiH if he lives long enough to see those frauds come in. He is jubilant now, less over the Panama undertaking than over the gain of a suit wherein lie obliged the Princess de Beauvan to restore a bath-tub which she took away with her when M. de Lesseps bought that lady's hotel for 700. 000 francs. He has compelled her to pay, moreover, $392.50 damages caused by the removal of the same. It took eighteen months and co*t SSOO to establish the veritable proprie torship of the tub. No Argument in Oysters. Chicago News. A middle-aged man dropped into a Madison street eyster-heuse. gave his order for a stow and stepped into the wash-room. He returned in another minute and found half a dozen fried steaming before him. "Here," he said to the waiter, "I ordered a stew." The waiter, who was standing with folded arms against a pillar, never moved from his position as he replied with icy dignity: "Excuse me. sir, but you aria mistakeu. You ordered just what I brought— half a dozen fried." "But I tail you I wanted a stew and nothing else." "Why. then, did you order fried?" "1 tell you I never eat fried oysters." "Then you miss a great delicacy. With Worcestershire tbey are very edible." re plied the clam waiter. "Are you going to get me a stew?' "If >ou want it in addition to the fried, with pleasure." "I tall you I didn't order fried oysters.'" The waiter drew him»>«lf up to his full height and said, with chilling contempt. "Sir, 1 decline to argue the question any further with you," and turning on his heel left the customer so stupefied that be had swallowed three of the oysters before be knew what he was doing. Failure in M. Louis. St. Louis, Mo.. April B.— Herman and Leopold Herzog. dry goods mercliauts. No. 411 North Fourth street, confessed judg ment in the circuit court this morning for various amounts, aggregating $17,000. At tachment suits were then entt*red ajraiiwt the tirm for $7,000. The liabilities are £60,000 and the assets about the same. A Rrdfteld Failure. Special to the Globe. Redfielu. April 3. — James T. Brand, a retail grocer of this place, assigned to- night. His assets and liabilities are nut yet known. IMS ST. YAXFL DAILY GLOBE. ' STJNDAT MOKNING. APRIL 4, —EIGHTEEN PAGES: GLADSTONE'S DILEMMA. Another Cabinet Oonncil Galled to Con sider Home Bole. The Premier Goes to the Country to >umo Ills Voice. Speculation as to the Extent of Liberal Defection. Gladstone's Bed «»i Itiorut. Special to ilu- Ulwbe. London, April 3.— The following sum mary of the political situation to-night comes direct from an aulborutive source in Downing street. Mr. Gladstone has sent out summoned to-day for a cabinet council to be held on Monday. The busim urgent aud relates chiefly to Irish mutters, and presumably the Greek crisis. On the former subject a complete change of procedure seem* to be rendered necessary and will be diocuaati by the Cabinet. The origiual intention, as announced, was to move the Introduction of the Irish home rule h.ll on tne St v last The budget was to follow, aud iiiin uwivk the laud-pur- Dhass !»i!l wa-> to bo introduced. The- im prussiou was created that the latter might be abandoned. What is now promised, iv view of the uucx}>ected change of li >nt of the Scotch members, aud the rapidly-developing opposition, is that tli<- spi-eHi on the Sth will be couliued to a staU-aient of tile principles of the two bills. li-ming the motion lor m\<- to intro duce until alter K;i<ler. The object gain time to explain the situat'on to the eoastttasajdes anu t<» avoid almost certain defeat. Apart from technical reasous. there are difficulties iv the way of the proposed introduction of tUrn IIOME-RI'MK MEASI'f:E on ttie eighth. It is teund mom that Die measure is in hand, that the elabotatiga of the details is a more weighty matter than was anticipated. The question the cabinet are called to uecide, tuerefoie, U whether leave to introduce the home rule bill shall be moved on the Bth, or after Easter, or a mere statement of principles of both bills given on the Bth, and whether, Wheel the motion for leave to introduce it is made, it shall refer to one bill or Joth biils. It has become widely known that great pressure is being brought to bear on the premier to induce him to abandon the purchase bill fur the present Mr. Glad simiL', nevertheless, still hoids out for both bills and resists all proposals to separate them, lie will take this position before •btaet The attitude of Lord Speucer and his friends is one of uncoin pitimMm opposition to withdraw all of the land-purchase schemes, or to proposals uased on leaving the Irish executive about to be constituted control of the land. Such proposals, however, if accompanied by ab solute guarantee for the enforcement of purchase clauses similar to those of the purchase bill, might possibly be considered if .Mr. Gladstone, m Till: FACE OF THREATS resign, should still refuse to give way. Mr. Gladstone's personal supporters in the cab inet are working loyally and heartily with him. and co-operating in the preparation of both measures. It would be useless to deny that the situation is not encouraging. Mr. Gladstone hiinseif acknowledges to his in timate friends that tie views the immediate outlook with some anxiety. Two promi nent radical members who are in a position to gaugo the drift of opinion in the radical ranks, informed me to-night that after care ful inquiries among their colleagues, they are satisfied the radical win? of the Liberal party as a whole, m withstanding the few Individual defection notes, will if the motion for leave to introduce is de feated, rally to Gladstone's support after ho has made it easy tor them to <to so by his statement of princlp'e?, as they are satisfied he will do. and that the wing, as a whole, will second him loyally throughout tho crisis. They expressed con fid- nee that Mr. Gladstone's explanation of Ins proposed measures will secure the allegiance of the Marquis of Hariinrto!) and his followers, little as that is anticipated, alwas provided the motion for leave to introduce is post poned. ■AMY PROMINENT TORIE3 ngnm the opinion that Chamberlain and Trcelyau committed a grave mistake by resigning. They have jeopardised the unity of the nartv. and not strengthened theinseives. It is generally considered that Chamberlain commands few followers, and no one will be surprised if the two are found, wlien the test comes, in a position ot complete isolat.on. They are severely blamed lor the speeches they delivered before the general elect ion against home rule. Mr. GiiuLfme's voice is a^ain causiug him some anxiety, and be ha* gone to the country to spend two or tlmte days lor the purpose of recuperating. His physicians have impressed upon him that he must reserve his euertries if he wished to speak in the house of commons uu Thursday next, when his anxiously-expected statement re garding the government of Irelaud is to be made. The Marquis of Salisbury is in Lon oon. He arrival in England Thursday last from the continent, where he had been spending several days for the benetit of his health. Greece Uniting Money. Athens. April S. — M. DeLyannis, prime minister, introduced a bill in the cham'oer of deputies to-day, which empow ers the government to enter into a contract with the national bank for a loan of 55. 000. 000. M. Tricon p expressed surprise that the prime minister did not make any allusion to the strained relations existing between Greece and the other European powers. 1 nprovoUfd Attack. Panama. April 3.— On March 1, when about thirty miles from Guayaquilla. one of the steamers which ply regularly on the river, was attacked by a band of Mouteuo roys from both sidtw of the river. The steamer was riddled with bullets, and sev eral passentcers were wounded. one mortally. The iuctdeut has created a profound sensa tion in Guayaquilla. Foreign FlaaUes. A oonf orenoe of tbo representatives of the Powers have been called for Monday in Con stantinople. Da. oit- continue their marauding In tbe vk iuity of Mandalav. Tbey bare so far de stroyed duo houses in it* suburbs. A band of Belgian rioters were yesterday stopped on the frontier, as tbey were about •o enter France. Two of the men were ar rested as suspicious characters. On tbe per ron of uno of the prisoners tioO francs ware found. The situation In Decazelrlle, France, It get ting worse. Tbe authorities have found it neoeasar/ to reinforce tbe troops already there. A Cattle Company's Troubles. Special to the Globe. Jamestown, Dak., April B.— A few days since on application of C. M. Carr. IS. L. Glaspeli and J. K. Winslaw of this city. J. A. Frye was appointed receiver of the Mouse river Cattle Company, whose prin cipal herd is now in that country. Frye started to take possession, accompanied by John Nichols, the Northern Pa?; tic land guide. The Gray Bros., principle owners of the cattle, and K. E. Wallace followed next day. The result ot attempted pumes siau is unknown. Frye returned to this city to-day, where a motion was argued be fore J udge Frauds by Dodge and N ickens t<> set aside receiver, which was overruled. The case is exciting great interest Some 600 head of cattle are on the ranch. Car rels and property to the amount of 315,000 is involved. The Question of Precedence. London Truth. There has been a great deal of bother about questions of precedence. Prince Henry of Battenburg's style as "royal highness" is not recognized by any court, and as the queen acted ultra vires in raisin:: him to this rank, it will be necessiry to make some special arrangement at state functions in order to avoid complications with the ambassadors, who are the personal representatives of their respective sov ereigns. There are certain members of the royal family, moreover, who are not dis posed to allow Prince Henry the precedence which is now claimed for him. It has also been necessary to define the precedence of the Prince •of Wales* children now that they have come out. and this has been a fertile source of discussion. Prince Albert's precedence was a cause of wrangling for nearly twenty years, as the queen claimed for him a place to which be was not entitled, and. although she usually had her own way at home, they never went to Germany without some vexatious mis understanding in which they were Invari ably wonted. Things came to a climax when' at some great function abroad an archduke of Austria and several other per sonages Insisted on taking precedence of Prince Albert who was treated very rudely, and separated from the queen by a score of couples. This episode led to bis elevation to the rank of prince consort, which en titled him to the place which bad formerly been claimed for him. Windmills. A talking machine— the book agent— Koxbury Advocate. It begins to look as if the book arent would have to go. Somebody has invented artiucial eirgs.— Chicago Ledger. Oue poor, weak female book agent can clean a new^pui^r oflice out as quickly as a roaring conflagration. — Philadelphia News. The Turks believe that a lightnim: stroke will OMOB lepros>. Wli.it would they think if they arem >truck by a book agent? — New man Independent. "With a population of about 300.000.000 China has not a single insane asylum," say* lan exchange. Exactly; but. my dear brother, you must remember that China hsssVt a single book agent either. — Newman Independent. The auger in the artesian well is called a bore, because it never stops, after starting, until it irets what it is after. Throw a book agent out of the window and he still smiles, well knowing that be can come right in the door again aud get you to sub i scribe while in an exhausted condition. — New Orleaus Picayune. A book agent has just stated at length to the Texan editor that the life of a book agent is full of misery, as he has to do so int.cb walking and talking every day of his life. "Now, stranger." respond* the Texan, covering the wretched man with bis six shooter. "I have had a sample of your talk in. let me see some o' your walkiuV — Texas Sittings. A Patent Ked. Chicago Inter-Ocean. A Parisian millionaire. M. Lang, has re cently bad made for himself a wonderful bed, which is certainly one of the most lux urious pieces of furniture we have yet beard of. If it could only become universal what a boon it would be to early risers! The description makes one envy the fortunate possessor. The bed itself is a model of comfort and tho following devices have been adopted to render rising from it as lit tle unpleasant as possible. When it is time to get up a chime of bells ring. The occu pant continues to sleep. Suddenly a candle is lit by a clever mechanical arrangeiueut The sleeper rubs his eyes aud an invisible band proceeds to divest him of his niirht cip. By means of electricity a spirit lamp with coffee- roasti uk apparatus affixed next begins to burn. The water soon bo. ls and the smell of coffee tills the room with a delicious fragrance. Luxuriously revelling in a crowd of agreeable sensations the oc cupant, now just begiuning to awake, is soothed by sounds proceeding from a costly musical box. At leneih the bells ring out another merry peal and at the toot of the bed a card with •*Levez-vous" ("Get up") inscribed on it appears. If this invitation is without effect a powerful mechanism lifts the occupant bodily from his bed aud de posits him on the floor. Origin of the Bloodjr Shirt. Catharine de Modici, who was beginning to be db>quiete«l at the arrogance and ho> ceases of the Lorraiue princes, sent warn ing of b'.s peril to the Kin; of Navarre by Jacqueline de Lougwy, Ducuuss of ilout pensier, and. Just as lie was proceediug to the royal audience from which he was not sure to return, Antli jay de Bourbou. who was wanting iv bead rather than heart, said to Kciity. one of bis irlemen: "If I die. Youden, cany by blood stained shirt to my wife and aon. and tell ivy wife to send it round to the foreign princes of Christendom that they muy avenge n.y death, as uiv son is not yet of suilicieut age." By that it appear* that they waved the bloody shiit in old times. ADDITIONAL ST. PAUL NEWS. Death* Last Week. The following names were recorded at the health office as bavin; died last week: Mary 3. Slipkr, Richmond street, 22 years; Lydla C. Wiacbeil, Gorman street, 40 years; Geo. Deri Arcade street, 1 months; Ellen Flyun, Acker street, 49 years: Chnstoff 11. Meyers. Third and Broadway. 4 year-; Morris Drican. St. Joseph's hospital. 85 yean; Sarah J. Weymouth. South Frauklln street, 2? years: Mary E. Tuv eruier. Wallace street, 64 yours; B. A. (iris wold, Luke uu-piial.3l yeMrs; Mabel Thomp son. Susan •street. 8 years; Xoilie O. Mar>b, Col c -o uvcuuc 22 years, 7 mouths: Haotl I^iii.x. m:. All Hall avenue, 0 days; Juu.os Undra, Jefferson avenue, 47 years; James Farreli, Sixth ward, 2 years, 6 months. narriacc l.i« cmri, During the padt wock Clerk Uell has Issued marriage licenses to the following people: Herman Kraemur and Euan Du:tenhoff. St. Paul; J. J. Kranuaon and Char lotte Cob a. St. Paul; N. D. Bletviier and Lizzie C. Fisher, SL Paul; William E Holt aud IsaDolltt Byer, St. Paul: E. J. Barrett aud Thcr*- sa Pt. Uermain. St. Paul; Mils Jasperson. Washington county, and Lucy Oruvo:. St. Paul; Adrian E. Cbr.y tian ami Mary Zc-ppea, St. Paul; John O. Seemunller a-id Hunua S. Johnson, St. Paul: John Ives and Louisa DMk<m.int<>r. 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I SUITS m Tailor-made Sprit* Overcoats for .510 00 I S £* gSfSSSSJS Si X $23 Tailor-made Sprimr Overcoats f0r..512 50 £ gj ™,nr ™ISu ts for ISO 00 $35 Ta lor-inado Spring Overcoats f0r..515 00 S S **° T J nr'mlle <Si for $-5 00 $40 Tailor-made Spring Overcoats for..sl« 50 I f »' ?* £male mUm for $30 00 $50 Tailor-ma/Io Spring: Overcoats f0r..522 00 B |5? ?" I°™^! sSts for $35 00 $00 Tailor-made Spring Overcoats f0r..525 00 | $ ' 5 Tailor-made Sti ' ts tor *do 00 PANTALOONS. M o\l P a t $8 Mercliant Tailor-made Pants for $3 50 fff ft f» i «E3 Va - $10 More ant Tailor-ma Pints Tor $4 73 jj JB j< \^|?? ft" E< $12 Mero mm Tailor-made Pan for B*s 00 »*Lir S! - s fclES -":VIJ sa L $v Merchant Tailor-made Paut-i for 57 50 - fcSSt-^3 IH I !;-< |*\ EM $10 Merchant Tailor-made Pants for S8 00 MM fjApi Ll Vy $1S Merchant Tailor-made Pants for $9 00 || All Alterations to improve a fit done Free of Charge. Remember, we are established for the sale of Misfit and Uncalled for Gar ments only. Every garment bearing the name of the tailor. <s£LG§ EAST THIRD STREET g^LC^ ■fc*— i * ST. PAUL, and w&m%m^ 407 NICOLLET AVENUE, MINNEAPOLIS. . WEST HOTEL, 1 MINNEAPOLIS, 11LNS. j Hits magnificent FIRE PROOF HOTEL was *?":> to the traveling public in July last. It bits erory convenience known to modern hotels —120 chamber* with bath. Pour Elevators, Electric Lights, Etc. r»r>le aeU attendance unsurpassed, and •ate' a* low as any orst-c!ass hotel in th« Dniied States. So per i*j- «nrt upwards ao> •biding to location of rooms. JOHN T. WEST. Proprietor. j Cms. W. Shepherd, Manager. ! I |%A Jt^^ a/^ I J ■ GRIGGS & FOSTER Offer the beta grades or Anthracite and Bituminous Cool at the very lowest market prices. Their coal is fresh from the mines and well screened, and their body wood can* not be equaled in the stare. j • • ■ Special Low Rates on MAPLE AND BIRCH WOOD. 41 E. Third St.. Cor. Cedar. ___— —__— I &BLAKLMORE&ANGELL 8 m Manufacturers o( ie ifIuOLTV. BRONZE AM) OKNA MENTAL « « PICTURE MtAMKS, S MM And Dealers in steel KnprmTing* an) ( i [I ■■Paintinira. Gilding* Kef lidin* aspeelalt mi S NO " UE. SeTcathXL. ST. PAUL. MI.N 'V jj BEPyBTOFTHE COXDITIOJT or the GERMAKIA BANK, At St. Paul, in the State of Minnesota, at ' the close of business on the 2d day of April, MM. I Loans and discounts $721,071 64 ' Ovcnlmiu.... 3.UU 80 Furnituro and fixtures 4,775 77 Expense account 3,89190 Taxed paid 4,53» 11 Checks and cash items ' 1.043 83 Exchanges for clearinjc house. ... 18,912 S3 Reserve Due from banks. $23,225 75 Legal tenders and bank notes. 44,534 00 Fractional currency, nickels and coppers.. 133 85 Specie 34,419 &0 100.318 10 Total td55,350 37 LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid up in cash. . . . . $300,000 00 Burplus 15,000 00 Other undivided profltM 15,077 71 Due to banks (9,983 56 vuluol deposits sub ject to check 343,356 15 Demand certificates of deposit ...... . . ..... 89.403 63 Time certificates of de posit 129.739 32 *;--• ' 527.512 66 Dividends unpaid ' 160 00 .. —^— • — — T0ta1.............. ............. $858,350 37 I.William Bickel, Cashier of the German la Rank of St. Paul, Minnesota, do solemnly ewsar that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. WILLIAM BICKEL, Cashier. ssrD s ESs ri> ' \**»*»°>- Charles Frikxd, ) Direc tors. Adam Decckb, $ directors. STATE OF MINNESOTA, ) ' C'OCSTT or RAJH6EY. \ Sworn to and subscribed before me this 3d day of April. 1888. •.;..: [Not'l SeaLf P. M. KERST, Notary Public, Ramsay County. Minn. CHICAGO. 1 Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. I Pullman Sleepers with Smoking Rooms, and t n finest Dining Cars in the world, are run on all Main Line trams to and from Chicago and -Mil waukee )' Leave I Leave Departing Trains. Mlnneap'is: St Paul. La Crosse. Dubuque and St Louis Express B 5:05 a m B 5:40 am | Prairie do Chien, Milwau . kee and Chicago Express B 8:40 am B 8:45 % m | Calmar and Davenport Ex. B 8:40 a m B 5:45 a m • Ortonville & Fargo Ex B nuß !>:. am Milwaukee X Chicago Fast Express A 1:00 pm A 1:40 9 -a Nortufi.rld. Faribanlt Oira tnnna. Austin und Mason City A 5:00 pm A 5:10 pm La Crosse Passenger 84:30pm8 5:03 p m Aberdeen and Mitchell Ex. A .:. 0 p m A .:15 pm La Crosse and Dubuque Fast Express. D 8:10 m D 8:50 pra Milwnnkee and Chicago Fast Express A 8:10 p in A 8:50 p m j Arrive , Arr vo. Arriving Trains. St. Paul. M nneap' s Chicago & Milwaukee Fast ' Kxpress A 6:30 a m A 7:15 am Dnbuque and La Cro*se Ka<t Express C 6:30 a m C 7:15 am Mitchell and Aberdeen Ex Al .4 am A am Davenport «nd Calmar Ex C 9:40 amC 9:50 am Mason City. Austin. Owa- ; tonna, I ribault and NorthCeld A 9:40 a m A 9:53 an Chicago and Milwaukee fast Express A 2:25 p m A S:10 p m Fast Mail and La Cr<«se. . . B 3:25 pm B 4:00 p m Chicago. Milwaukee and Prairie dv Ohien Ex B 7:10 p m 7:15 p m Fargo and Ortonville Ex.. B 7:00 p m B i.:25 p m c't. Louis Dubuque and La , Cross* Express... B 9:55 p m B 10:35 pn A means Daily. B Except -in a ay. C Mondayax cepted. I) except Saturday. Additional trains between St. Paul and Minne apolis via "Short Line" leave both cities hourly: for particulars see Short L>ne time tables. ST. PAUL— Thompson. City Ticket Agent, 162 East Third street Brown & Knebel. Ticket Agents, Union Depot. MINXEAPo; :- -\V. B. Chandler. City Ticket Acent. No. 7. Nicollet House. A. B. Chamberlain, Ticket Agent Depot • MINNEAPOLIS A ST. LOUIS RAILWAY ALBERT LEA ROUTE. mZ^ZZZZ! L.Y.Bt.Paul Lv. Mnpls Chicago Kxpress ♦? a n>' ~*S :10am Dcs Mo'ucs k City Ex •7iO»m •8:10 am Watertown Express •7!".'oam *S:3oam Et Lous "Through" Ex... +2: opm +3:20 p m DetMoines Xx r-»< ...... »6:-.5 p m *7:lspm Excelsior and Morton *2: Opm *4:lspm Chicago "Fast" Express... dtj:?.pm d7;lo p m d Daily. * Daily except Sundays, t Except Saturday, i Bxnept Monday. Ticket office St Paul. 193 East Third street (cor ner Sibley). Passenger agent and temporary de pot, general office building Northern Pacific rail' road. Broadway, foot uf Fourth street Minneapolis. No. 3 Washington avenue son}h (nndor Nicollet house), and depot corner Third street and Fourth avenue north. ' Minnesota & Northwestern. "THE WATERLOO ROUTE." Leave Arrive St. Paul. St PauL St. Louis 4 Kan. City -tS.QdAM +8:2OP1! Chicago Waterloo and Dn buque exp J7:00 PM 15:25 AM Randolph. Northfleld, Fari bault and Waterville ace. +4:30 pm tII:2OAM Dodge Center. Rochester. Austn and Monaaccom.. ■»4:.30 P M +ll:20AM - ua.ly except Sunday. : Exc. Saturday. 1 Exc. Monday. Note— This Is the only line running the elegant Pullman Buffet Bleeping cars between St Paul and Chicago. tF~For tickets, sleeping car accommodations, rates, time tables and tull Information, apply to St. Haiti.— John L. Whelan, city ticket agent. 184 East Third street: Brown & knebel. ticket agents. Union depot I Minneapolis— W.H. Gowenlock, No. lONicollet \ block. > ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS & MANITOBA RAILWAY. F^EGO short line. Only Rail Line to Winnipeg: and the British Northwest. TAMis TABLE. ± Leave Leave Mm- Arrival Arrive • ' ■' St. Paul neapolis St. Paul Minneap* Morris, Wlllnvir, Brown's Valley and Breckenxidge.. »7:30 a m 8:05 a m *7:00 p m 6:25 p m Fergus Falls, Moorliead. Fargo *8:05 a m 8:15 am •0:15 p m 6:40 pm St. Cloud Accommodation, via Monticello and Clear water *2:30 p m 8:05 pm •12:03 m 11:20 »n) St. Cloud Accommodation, Tia Anoka and Elk River.. *3:30 v m 4:05 p m '10:jj a m 10:20 a a Brcckenrldge, Wahpeton, Casselton, Hoi , Portland, MsjTille. Crookston, Grand Forks, Devil's i.aku and St. Vincent and Winnipeg 7:30 p m 8:05 p m 8:80 am 7:55 am Fergus Falls, Moor-head. Fargo, Grand Forks, Devil's . Lake, Lar mure. Neche _'••••• 8:30 p m 9:10 P m 7:00 a m 6:25 a m 111 trains daily except as follows: »Diily except Sunday. "*sunday only. *- - — TICKET OFFICES— ST. PAUL, corner Third and Jackson streets; Union depot. MINNEAPOLIS. Union Depot, Bridge Square; No. 10, Nicollet House Block ♦ Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis I Omaha Chicago & Northwestern R'ys. The best equipped route to Chicago Dining Cars the Finest in the world, and. Luxurious Smoking Koom Sleepers on all Chicago Trains, also Dining Cars and through Pullman Sleepers on Omaha & Kan. City Express, Pullman Parlor Chair Cars to Aahland Lake Superior. Through sleeping cars to Dcs Moines. Departing Trains. Mi £™ olia j S^PauL Dcs Moines Niu-bt Express +7:55 p m +7:20 pn Fast Atlantic Express »l:00 p m •1:10 Sioux CS'x F. &Pipest'ne +7:40 a m +7:05 a m £hakopee A Merriam J'n.. »C:3O a m •7:10 ato Omaha 4 Kansas City *6:"5 p m *5:»5 p m Green Bay Sc Wisconsin Ex +7:30 a raj +3:00 am £hakopee <& Merriam .J'n. *S:SO p m •i>:ls p m Lake Superior Express... +8:15 a m +9:00 a m fct.llwiit'-r and River Falls +!> :P.O a m +10.00 a m River Falls & Ellsworth.. +4:30 p m +5:00 p m Fast Chicago Express | *S:10 pm| *5:53 pea M. Paul & P.erre Express ' •1:55 pmi *r:2O p m Lake Crystal and Elmore. i *7:55 p ml *7:20 p m Arriving Train*. i Arrive j Arrive Arriving Trains. jgt paul i M inn'apolis St. Paul & Pierre Express *7:85 a m »ii:ss a m I/ike Crv-ital and Eliuore. *7:H5 am : »6:55 aat Chicago Day Express »fi:3o a m •"-.it a m Ellsworth River Falls.. +9:10 a m +9:55 a m Merriam .In & Shakopee. 11:20 am 11:55 a m Chicago Night Express... »2:25 pml »3:10 pto SiouxC..S"x Pipesfne +8:80 a m 7:55 pm Omaha and Kansas City..! *ll:20 a m *10:40 a ni Lake Superior Express.. +6:05 p m +6:4R p m Merriara J'n & Shakopee. »9:oO p m *ll:40 p m Green Bay Wisconsin Ex +3:15 p m f.i:oo p m River Falls & Hudson.... +6:05 p m +6:45 pra Dcs Moines N: lit Express $7:35 aml $0:55 am •Daily. -t-.fc..Yeo±>t ouu Jays. Eigut trains to dull water iExcept Monday. I^Tickets. sleeping car accommodations and' all information can be secured at No. 13 Nicollet House Block. Minneapolis. W. B. WHEELER. Ticket Agent H. L. MARTIN. Agent, Minneapolis Depot No. 159 East Third street, opposite Merchants HoteL St. Paul. CH AS. H. PETSCH. City Ticket Agent BROWN & KNEBEL, Agents. St Paul Union Depot NORTHERS "" FACMC BAILBOAII" 3 — IH«— New "Overland Route!' Portland, Or., andiSTpaciflc Northwest. Portland, Or., and the Pacific Northwest. The "IMonoer Line" botweeu -*t. Paul, Minneapolis, Moorhead and Farsro, and the ONLY Line running Dintnz Cars and Pullman sieeperj between Those Points. DXPAXTIXQ TRAINS. I cJ^^J 0 , -,. * T0 . ! St. Paul. illnue-ipollt Pacific Express for Fargo, " Jamestown, Minnewau, kan and Portland (Dally) 4:00 p m 4:85 p m Fargo kx. ( Dally except Sun) 7:55 am j S:Soam Vargo night Ex. (Daily)... 8:0 ■ pin i 8:33 pia Dining Cars,PullmanSleei>ers. elegant day coacnai, second-class coaches and emigrant sleeping can between St. Paul, Minneapolis, Far?o, Dale, and •11 points In Montana and 'Waslilnfrton territories. Emigrants are carried out of St. Paul and Mlsn** apolls on Pacific Express, leaving daily at 4 p. m. An ivivii TTi»rv« Arrive Arrive. t ™. ™™ Minn'poHs St. Ptal. Atlantic Txprcss (Da11y).... 11:55 am 12:30 p m St. r»ul * Mln. fast Ex. (Dy) 7;15 a m 7:50 a m St. P.'Hil 4M. icc.fdy exSu:i 6:40 p m 7:15 Dra Through Pullman Sleepers between 1 St. Paul and VTahpctoa, Dak^ dally except Sundays on I irg< •right express. Through Pullman sleepers between St Paul and Ashland. Wis.. daily except hunday via St. P. 4 I). R. H. to Duluth. Nor. Pac. R. R. to Ashland. Clt> office, St. Paul. 169 Fast Third street * Clt) office. Minneapolis. No. 10. Klcollet itoaaa. AS. S. FEE, General Vatsenger :tud Ticket Agaat.