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SABIN ON RAILEOADS.
The Junior Minnesota Senator Asserts That
Western Railways are Oursed With
OverOompetition,
And That the Eecent Strikes Save Be-
Bulted From General Financial
Rottenness.
Western Commercial, Ajrtfoultural
ami Industrial Interests Demand.
Railway lleforin.
A Washington Territory Doctor Of
fers $100 for a Position Under
the Government.
Saltiti Scares the Hallways.
Special to the Globo.
Washington-, April 8. — Senator Sabin
surprised a good many people to-day by a
brief but vigorous speech on a railroad
bill, in which be showed clearly that the
Idea which many people have that he is a
railroad man and stands in with corpora
tions on all their schemes, is ■ mistaken
0110. The bill under discussion was one
granting certain railways right of way
across the Indian territory. In the course
of the debate Mr. Sabin said:
Mr. President. 1 understand the senator
from Kansas to state that this charter is in
the hands of a strong und conservative cor
■ration. I should like to ask \h •• senator
from Kansas what corporation owns this
charter and proposes to build this oouaeut-
Jii<r link. Mr. IngaUs. the Athison, Topcka
& Santa Fo railroad company.
Mr. Sabin — The senator's statement con
firms the Information that has been riven
heretofore on this subject, that the Atchison,
Topeka & Suuta Pc railway is to build this
140 miles of railroad. Now, I should like to
ask the senator from Kansas if he thinks
this strong and conservative corporation,
one of the strongest In this country, us I
understand, will be deterred from building
this connecting link, as ho states it. This
most
IMPORTANT CONNECTING LINK.
by the adoption of the amendment offered by
the senator from Connecticut?
Mr. Ing-alls— l am not authorised to say
anything about what they will do. for i do
not know; but I assume that they would not
accept a charter that was burdened with
conditions which were imposed upon no other
Corporation. 1 am not authorised to speak
for them, for 1 know nothing about their
purposes.
Mr. Sabin— "lt strikes me, Mr. President,
that If the Atcbis«i, Topeku ft Santa Fo road
will be prevented from huiiding this MO miles
of railway by the adoption of an ameudmcut
which simply Imposes upon them the condi
tion of building an honest railway. |one that
Shell bo bonded and Diced BO that the inter
est oil the bonds and stocks in the corpora
tion shall be paid from the earnings of the
railway, which earning are scoured to that
road by the freight and traffic that Is given it
by the overtaxed and languished agricultural
interests of this country to-day, it is certainly
not a link worth binding under the circum-
Stances. Mr. President, far be it from me 10
lav in the way of any railway construction in
the West a single straw that will prevent that
construction at as earlf day as practicable.
1 am
A WESTERN MAN.
nnd have seen the necessities of railway con
struction. We have suffered from the lack
01 that railway construction, and we have
been greatly benefited and built up by the
construction of railways, but we are to-day
Buffering and our agricultural interests are
Buffering. Our farmers are compelled to sell
their wheat at M or 60 cents a bushel,
our industries are languishing with overtax
burdens, one of the most potent reasons for
Which is the large amount paid for transpor
tation of their produce by corporations re
quiring excessive and arbitrary charges to
secure the huge revenue necessary to pay
dividends and Interests on properties, the
bonded and watered stock of which aggregate
from two to four times the actual cost of
property. In the construction of this
railway, undoubtedly bonds will be placed to
the full amount Of the cost. Therefore it is
not hardship to have this new departure on
the part of the representatives of the inter
ests of this oonntry Incorporated in this bill.
I think the great trouble which is agitating
this whole land to-day and causing honest and
thoughtful men to pause and consider the
question of our labor and our
LABOR STRIKES,
would have assumed much less threatening
proportions, If indeed not been averted en
tirely, if the railroads on which those strikes
have occurred* were simply bonded and
stocked for any reasonable amount of their
a ■ . Corporations paying reasonable divi-
Sends 0:1 a fair and honest construction ac
count, instead of attempting- to
pay them on a largo amount of fictitious
and watered capitalization, wo&ld then be
In condition to pay reasonable and living
m ages to that large and deserving class of our
fellow-citizeus who are furnishing the bone
and Sinew of the land and earning their doily
bread by the sweat of their brow. Ido not
wish my vote to place any obstacle in the
way of construction, and the early construc
tion, of this link of railway or any other rail
way, or for a minute unnecessarily delay any
section of this land from the great privileges
and benefits acquired by railroad communi
cation, but for myself I think it high time.
when any great corporation comes to this
body andiaska special franchises, that such
conditions shall be imposed as shall protect
the commercial, industrial and agricultural
interests of the people who have scut us here
as the guardians of their interests, and for
this reason I shall vote for the adoption of
this amendment and every other of like pur
port that is presented.
Wisconsin Dental a miners.
Special to the Globe.
Eau Claike. April 8. — The state board
of dental examiners concluded a two days'
session here this afternoon, and elected
officers for the ensuing year as follows: C.
C. Chittenden, Madison, president; Edgar
Palmer, La Crosse, secretary. The suc
cessful applicants were: J. E. Peebles,
Maiden Hock; Frank 11. Linn, Waukesha;
Robert M. Foster, Ban Claire. President
Cblttenden states that the work of the state
board, which is in harmony with that of the
national board, has been very arduous the
past year. Nearly all the dentists in the
state have been registered and the system
of examinations and other features of the
new law are having a very salutary effect
In raising the standard of the dental pro
fession all over the state.
Died of IB is Injuries. •
Eat Claire, Wis., April B.— Theodore
F. Uurchard, the freight engineer injured
in the recent accident at Menomonle Junc
tion, on the Omaha, when his train ran into
an open switch and he jumped from the en
pine and had four ribs broken, died to-day
at the home of his sister m this city, from
internal injuries. The remains will be sent
to Bockford, 111., for burial. He was a
nephew of Rev. Burchard. of "Rum, Ro
manism and Rebellion" fame, and was un
married.
Tried to Choke His Child.
Special to the Globe.
Eau Claiuk, Wis., April 8. — Fred
Dahlke, a German farmer, living near
Fuirehild, this county, yesterday tried to
kill his Infant child by choking it in the
cradle. He was prevented by others of the
family and a neighbor, who discovered him
in the act. Dahlke became violent, but the
neighbor siezed an axe and drove him out
of the house. Dahlke is supposed to be
insane/ and after a struggle was arrested
and jailed.
Taxation of Hallway Lands.
Special to the Globe.
Wisdom, April 8. — A special session of
the commissioners to consider the advis
ability of taxing all railroad lands convened
to-day in Auditor Espey's office. Action
placing the lands of the St. Paul, Sioux
City on the list was taken. Action on
the Winona & St. Peter was deferred to
May 10, when taxation of all railroad lands
will be considered. _!' •
A Close Election.
Special to the Globe.
Asulaxd, Wis., April B.— The election
here was the closest ever held. The peo
ple's ticket succeeded by a small majority.
The mayor and other officers are mostly
Republicans The vote on treasurer was a
tie. The city Is crowded with lumbermen.
Work is being pushed vigorously .on the
new docks. Ashland's prospects were
never brighter. Many improvements are
In view for the season.
Would Buy a Position.'; ;-
Washington, April 8. — Assistant sec
retary of the treasury, Smith, to-day re
, ceived a letter from Tacoma, W. T., and
I signed P. C. Miller, M. D. The writer
I asks to be appointed as reservation physi
-1 ciau, and says that if Mr. Smith will so
' cure him the position he will forward him
a draft lot $100 to reimburse him for his
; trouble. The assistant secretary replied
that no poison lit to hold any office would
make tlir proposilion contained in tho let
ter. and that lie had inclosed v copy ot it to
the. commissioner of Indian afl airs, wit li
the expression of opinion that the writer Is
unlit for any appointment.
One minncMOtu ro-.uum.ter.
Special to the Globe.
WIHIMIWI April B.— The pMtMsflsW
general to-day appointed Albert P. Mcln
tyre postmaster at Warren, Marshall
county, Miuu., vice Iver Uurltuer.
lll.U WING.
Directors of Hie lied Wine and lowa
Road Elected— Town New».
Special to the Globe.
Red Wing, April B.— At the annual meeting
of the Red Wlag & lowa railroad, bold last
evening at the office of Hon. W. C. Willlaton,
In this city, the old board of directors, which
Is composed as follows, was re-elected: S. U.
Foot, Charles Betoher, E. 41. Hoard. G. R.
Sterling, E. W. Brooks. J. M. Hodpman, J.
C. Pierce and T. K. Simmons. The directors
elected the foUowinr officers: President, S.
B. Foot; vice president, Charles Ileicher; sec
retary, W. C. Willlstou; treasurer, J. C.
Pierce. The president, S. B. Foot, stated that
he had no report to make and had received
no proposition as yet for building the road.
The eorporatiou, however, remains intact,
and Mr. Foot says that he certainly expects
to live to see the road built.... E. P. llowell
of the Fourth ward wishes it to be under
stood lie is not a candidate for nldermaDio
honors.... At the Cannon Falls election the
officers given in Monday's Globe were all
chosen. The only tight of importance was
over recorder— John Thoorsen and J. Wilson,
candidates. The tonuer was elected by a
majority of -'7 Rev. Mr. Brodell of Brook
lyn. N. V.. will probably be the corainjc choice
of the Swedish Lutherans at Vasa for pastor. . .
J. A. A.nlerberg has replevined tin- stock of
the millinery establishment on Bush street,
sold to M. Stuart of St. Paul, by H. H. Hoyt,
the former proprietor. Mr. Anderbcrsr
claims that he had traded for the store with
Mr. Hoyt before Mr. Stuart did. while Mr.
Hoyt claims that there was a contract of sale
on certain conditions which, however, was
not complied with, hence the sale to another
man. Bonds to the amount of $1,800 have
been Riven aud the district court will have
the privilege of deciding who the owner of
the stock is in the case of tin state vs. T.
R. BJorugaard for belling- liquor without a
license, a verdict Of Kuilty was brought in.
. . . T. K. Simmons has returned from Omaha.
The dipt i court will in all probability
adjourn this week. . . .In tho cage of Densmoro
vs. A. McKinnon a verdict of $576 was re
turned in favor of the plaintiff.
FAHltfAl L.T.
Burglar* at La rice-- A Serious Ac<i
ilciU--I.ut al >e\v*.
Special to the Globe.
Faribai:lt. April 8. — Burglars entered tho
residence of William Hil Jerbraud ou Seventh
street early last evening while the family
were at church and ransacked the bouse from
top to bottom. They opened all the drawers
aud threw their content* on the floor. A
trunk which was tilled with clothing was
hauled out into the center of a room, the lid
forced open and the contents saturated with
kerosene by breaking a lump over them and
the whole set on tire. Tho burglars secured
only $i» for their trouble. The lire was dis
covered and put out by Mr. Hilderbrand and
his wife on their return from church before
it had gained much headway. The tacts
were not reported to tho police until this
morning-, and up to the present writing no
clue has been discovered by them to the
thieves L. Hose, a painter, engaged by M.
Depati, fell from a scaffolding yesterday
while painting F. H. Strong's residence, cor
ner of Fifth and Chestnut streets, receiving
severe internal injuries.. ..A Mr. Fisher, an
employe of the Hutchinpson furniture fac
tory, had part of one of his hands cut off by a
circular saw yesterday Tho following- offi
cers kave been elected for the ensuing year
by Faribault Commindery No. 8, Knight
Tumplur.-: 11. E. Whitney, eminent comman
der: H. P. Sime, p-euerali6simo: B. F. Straub,
captain ireneral; Rev. George B. Wblpple,
prelate; Carl Richel, treasurer; C. L. Lowell,
recorder; A. W. Stockton, 6emor war
den; Thomas cCnrpenter, junior warden
Conductor Jennings who wns killed on the
Minneapolis ft St. Louis railway at Waseca
yesterday, was well known in Farihault, hav
ing been one of the flrst conductors to run a
train through here ou the Cannon Valley
division Mechanics commenced work yes
terday upon the new Phsimway hall building
on Sbattuck grounds, tho corner stone of
which will be laid a the closing of the schools
in Juuo....Born to Mrs. James Farmer, Wed
nesday, a child we.trhing thirteen and a half
pounds. Can our Republican friends show
us its equal uuder any of their administra
tions? Arthur Hart man was adjudged in
sane this morning and committed to the
Rochester asylum.
"THE DEMOCRATIC MILL,."
To tho Editor of the Globe:
Faribaii/t, April 8. — Will you allow a
small space for a stiay thought on the result
of the city election held on Tuesday last.
It would seem from the comments of the Re-
publican that "the best Interests of the city"
are in jeopardy because a large majority of
its legal voiers have chosen from their num
ber suitable men to admiuUter its affairs for
the ensuiug year. Is such an insinuation
just, or is it only a vagary of a def attd
trickster ? It would be most charitable to
bel.eve the latter. The city is naturally Re
publican t>j about 200 majority, and the late,
electiou demonstrates the fact that a goodly
number of Independent Republicans came to
•'grind in the Democratic mill," because it
seems to "grind exceedingly fine" the numer
ous grists of Jobs and schemes of tho rin^
leaders of the g. o. p, and of which the peo
ple never tire. It is too funny for the Re
publicans to toot the "non-partisan" horn
when it is so well kmwa that it is ever, and
always in favor of strict party nominations
and the few times that the Democratic candi
date for mayor has been indorsed, it has been
against its wishes and under its protest. As
the smoke of the battle rolls away It looks as
though that at last the party whip bad lost its
terror and that the voter had come to learn
that he owned bib vote and intended to "put
it where it would do the most good."
Ineependent Republican.
\% l\o.\A.
The Board off Trade Agitates a New
Opera Home Scheme.
Special to the Globe.
Winona.. April B.— The board of trade held
its regular monthly lnoeting last night with
C. L. Homier in the chair. The committee on
publishing the annual reports stated that they
would be ready about April 15. A special
committee to consider the granting of priv
ileges on the public levee to private parties
reported adversely to granting any private
corporation any privileges for erecting ware
house on the levee until the levee in general
was improved. The subject of a new hotel
was brought up by Judge Wilson, who
favored giving any party who would
erect a first-class hotel in Winona a
good bonus. A committee, consisting
ot Judge Wilson, Charles Uorton, Gen. C. H.
Berry. M. G. Norton, H. C. Balcom, C. H.
Porier and D. Sinclair was appointed to take
the matter under consideration, and take
such action towards raising a bouus as they
saw fit. H. C. Balcom brought up the matter
of a new opera house, stating that the matter
had been discussed considerably of late t>y
business men and he thought Winona seeded
an opera bouse almost as bad as a hotel. It
is possible that plaus will soon be matured
looking to the building this season of both a
suitable hotel and opera bouse. A committee
cons stiug of Irwin Sbepard, Wllhain H.
Laird, J. H. Jenkins and D. J. B. McGaughey
was appointed to consider a thorough system
of drainage and sewerage for Winoua and
report at the next meeting The city coun
cil will elect a recorder, city attorney, street
commissioner and chief of police at its meet
ing on Monday evening.
Rochester.
Special to the Globe.
Rochester, Minn., April B.— At the regular
monthly meeting of the board of trade.a com
munication was read from the Red Wing
board of trade requesting our help in prohib
iting unjust discrimination by railroads and
common carriers. Mr. Bliss offered the fol
lowing resolution, which was adopted:
Whereas. We, the board of trade of the
city of Rochester.Minu., hare receired a copy
of the preamble and resolution pasted by the
board of trade of the city of Red Wing. Minn.,
asking our senators and representatives in
congress to use their influence to have enacted
a law prohibiting unjust discrimination by
common carriers and transportation com
panies. Now, therefore, be it
Resolred, That this board do hereby con
cur in said preamble and resolution.
Mr. Daniels reported that he had seen Mr.
Harris at St. Paul about having the
C, B. & Q. railroad come here, and
he had prom ssd to use his influence
to that end. The secretary read a com
munication from a St. Paul gentleman
stating that an Eastern clock factory desired
to come here if they could obtain $60,000 or
$70,000 assistance, and wanting the board to
act upon it. The letter was accepted, but
nothing further done with regard to the mat
ter. Another communication was road from
Red Wing, dcs r.ng the assistance of our
board in having the C. &N. W. railroad ex
tended from Zumbrota to St. Paul through
Eed Wing, but no action was taken. Bills to
mE ST. PAtTL DAILY GLOBi; FRIDAY MORNING. ATOIL 9, 1886.
tho amount of $30.55 were ordered paid and
the board adjourned The teachers' intti
tute 1-, iirojressing finely, there being some
JX* persons MSjMevetl Tho instructors are
Prof. T. H. Kirk. Winona, couductor, and
Prof. Darius Steward. Prof. Sauford Miles,
this oity, and Miss Hill of lowa, assistants.
....Messrs. clan* s-hm-ht and Ferdinand
Beueke of Faruiiiigum have purchased the
Minnesota house, payiug $4..>i>o.
l'iprkloue Points.
Special to the Globe.
PipntTOMß, April B.— The fanners in this
county are actively rug-aged in sooding, and
e\ try train is bringing in settlers from Illi
nois and other states who purchased lauds In
•unty lu«t Mimmer. J hey bring- with
them quite a little stock, aud are an Indus
trious and intelligent class of people. The
future of PI pec tone never looked as promis
ing- as now, and building operations In this
ciiy will be quite exteuslve this season A
m.etinir of the officers of tho Wllm »r * Sioux
Falls Railroad company was held here this
81 1 n mr, for the purpot>e of submitting propo
itttQM for local aid from the towns along the
line, aud a corps of eng inerrs are now act
ively engaged in surveying the new route.com
mciicing- at Sioux Falls working- northward
through this city, thence to Marshall, Qraulte
Falls aud Wllmur. connecting there, with the
w ilmar & St. Cloud railroad now beingcom
piettvl. forming a through Hue from Sioux
Falls to Duluth. It is understood that this
line is to form part of the Manitoba system
and will eventually be exteuded from Sioux
Full* to the gruat corn belt of Nebraska.
. . . .There is talk of putting in steam beat In
tho Calumet hotel aud other improvements
In the bear future which will make tbls house
more popular thun ever All the railroads
leading tatO this city, the C, M. & St. P..
the 8.. C. IL* X.. aud the C, St. P.. M. *
O. arr doiux a (rood business.... Dr. Ta> lor.
. >eauand Kobert Bcarf are in Sioux
City attending the encampment of the
g. a. v.
Ma»onCity.
Special to the Globe.
Mason City, la., April B.— Several capital
ist* are negotiating with some of our citizen*
for the buildiug of a Urge packing house....
£. Peunlugton, who baa been at Dcs Molnes
working with the 1< fc-i.»l«ture, together with
("apt. ■, D. Doud. Is going to California to
spend the summer, w tn the hope of improv
ing his wife's lna.,b W. W. Latty and
family , who have been on the I'artflc coast
during the last winter, returned home last
w.ek The water works hu\o given such
general satisfaction that the council Is un
able to supply the demand for pipes on the
side streets. . . .James Rule returned last Mou
day sutisfied tbat lowa will not give her boI-
Men a home for some time ...Sanford J.
Guiding*, an old and respeoted citizen of
Mason City, was buried yesterday. Mr. Gld
diugs was a man of considerable wealth, be
lßg worth upwards of $100,000. which be aad
acquired by close application to business.
IVlankato Matters.
Special to the Globe.
M an k ato, April 8. — A change in the cloth
iusflflrin of L. Heulein & Co. of this city will
go into effect next Monday, Mr. Henleln'a
son-in-law, C. Miller, a business man of
Belle Plolne, la., taking a half interest....
Our people are making extensive prepara
tions for the waterway convention, which
meets here next Tuesday. Gov. Hubbard
and other prominent men of the Northwest
are expected to be present. The ladles of the
city will banquet the visiting delegates at the
opera rink in the evening Department
Commander Thomas announces that there
will bo a semi-annual department encamp
ment held at Ortouvllle, Minn., on June 15
next. lie bays that the department will fro
into camp and it is expected that the state
will furnish tents. It is bis desire that posts
throughout the state ttks eogn zance of this.
....The convention of town supervisors. In
connection with the county commissioners,
Mankato board of trade and city council
meets here to-morrow.
Owutonua.
Special to the Globe.
Owatoxxa, April — A leading prohibi
tion speaking of the election next November
stated he was in favor of nominating Dr.
Roberts of this city for state senator and Ira
D. Beemaa, Esq., of Medford for the house.
They are both able men, strong in their con
victions, and if elected would make things
lively in St. Paul next winter. . . .The farmers
of Su?ele county are busy seeding At a
regular meeting of the city council the saloon
license was raised from $250 to $500, liquor
license to drug store? $-■"(>, city marshal's
bond raised from $3,000 to $3, 000.
Grace Title.
Special to the Glod*.
Gkaceville, April B.— At a public meeting
for the purpose of considering plans for tiro
protection it was deckled to build a largo
water tank.about fifty feet above the ground,
in the center of the business part of town
with windmill and pump, and to lay water
mams in the princioal streets.... Her. Father
Cotter delivered at the Roman Catholic church
an eloquent lecture on temperance, at the
close of which 171 took the abstinence pledge.
STILLWATER *«.W>.
Arrival of Steamer*—* ourt Calling's
-•General Town .\e%v».
Martin Mower's steamer, the G. A. Mower,
from Arcola, was the first to arrive hero
from the north this season. She arrived yes
terday about 10 o'clock. This boat is a now
one, and was built by Mr. Mower to work
around in the lake. It is a small side wheeler
seventy-flvo feet long, twelve-foot beam,
with double engines geared. Mr. Mower will
probably appoint Will Van Vorhes captain.
The steamer Cllon. from Taylor's Falls, ar
rived yesterday at noon, repainted an much
improved in appearance, and with double her
former capacity. She returned at 2 o'clock,
and will hereafter make dally trips between
Stillwater and the Fulls, arriving at 10 a. m.
and returning at 3p. m. On account of the.
ice she cannot run to St. Paul before the 25th.
The Knapp Bros., who have charge, report
the Si. Crolx clear of ice between stillwater
and the falls.
Edwin L. Butts, son of Postmaster Butt* cf
this city, will go to West Point, having passed
a successful examination last month. His
father received a telegram from Hon. J. B.
Gilflllau, our representative, informing him
of this fact yesterday.
Yesterday in probate court in the Godfrlcd
Ehrenberg estate, the report of the sal* of
real estate by the aimlnistrator was filed
and the 6ale confirmed. In the state of
Maria Bohnemann, deceased, the petition for
the final settlement was filed and will be
beard May 8.
Fay otto Marsh anh Ira W. Castle appeared
for Washington county, and Searles, Kwing
and Gall and G. E. Colo for the Syrus Jeffer
son estate in the tax suit of Washington
county against the latter: sum, $7,000; tried
in the supreme court yesterday.
Last nigbt A. Brand) more was brought
down fromouo of Durant 4 Wheeler's camps,
where he cut bis right toot very severely
on Wednesday, lie is at Dr. Jettison's hos
pital.
A large enthusiastic baby boy arrived at J.
M. Conrad's yesterday, in bonorof which Mr.
C. was busy setting up tbe cigars during tbe
day.
Yesterday Tsaac Staples sent eight horsos
to tbe Lily Lake Driving park In charge of V.
L. Clark to opsa the spring campaign.
Tbe elegant doll and silver servioe to be
given away at tbe Grand on Saturday, are on
exhibition in Scbuttlngers window.
Lane Bros. & Co. will have tbe sale of all
the mill wood turned out at Hersey & Bean's
mill tbe coming season.
A fountain is being put up on the corner
of Third and WUiard similar to the one on
Third, near Chestnut.
Tbe receipts of the city hospital last year
were t2,8d~.09, and the disbursements $£,
-809.90.
L. E. Hale, adjutant of tbe Sons of Vet
erans of Minneapolis, is hers organizing a
post.
w. g. Oonrad and Rock Hersey are at
Grand Forts, attending tbe Hersey-HuKbea
suit.
11. T. King returned yesterday from a
three-months' visit to tbe Pacific coast.
Logs are worth about f 1.50 per 100 feet
more now thau they were last April.
Scott McKean, brother of Ellas MoKean of
this city, died at Helena last week.
Herman Lohman of Lake Elmo will leave
on a visit to Germany next week.
Mrs W. S. Conrad entertained the Episco
pal society yesterday.
The Still water flour mill resumed yesterday,
paying- Ibo for wU at.
Hon. John McKusick returned yesterday
from Duluth.
A five- weeks-old son of B. F. Barclays died
yesterday.
m«>*dy to Be Called.
Chicago, April B.— A committee, of
which Rev. Dr. Barrows is chairman, has
been appointed by tbe Evangelical minis
ters of this city to proceed immediately to
Charleston, S. C., for the purpose of invit
ing Dwight L. Moody to come to Chicago
and continue the work begun here by Sain
Jones and Sain Small. Intention uto have
Mr. Moody conduct a series of mammoth
meetings here, commencing April 18.
Dress goods to order of best imported
material at from ß3o to s4s, at Wanamaker&
tailoring agency, 94 East Third street
EVENTS INj DAKOTA.
▲ Gorge Forma In the Missouri IU -
low HlHinurck.
Prominent Citizens of Bismarck Ac*
vutMHl of llrlbery.
Gorged at Fort Lincoln.
Dimjaulk. Dak., April b.— The ice in
the Missouri river broke at this point at 10
oVi.M'k thin moruiin;. moved down about
100 yards, and gorged at Fort Lincoln.
BtnUaDOal men t>uy that they h.tvc \oiy
lit tie fears of a gorge, as the river is low
and there are no gorges below Fort Lincoln.
The water is rising here, and damage may
ri-Milt.
In Favor of the Hull way.
Bismarck. Dak.. April B.— At 11 o'clock
last evening the jury in the case of Arthur
Linn vs. The Northern Pacific Railroad, on
action for 5 10, 000 damages for the loss of a
limb by the cars, rendered a verdict for the
railway company. Arthur Linn is a little
boy who was run over in a switch yard hero
three* years ago.
Voters Bribed.
Bismarck, Dak., April B.— An election
content over tl'.e vote for alderman in the
Fourth ward will be instituted to-day. L.
N. <iiirtni is the contestant anil J. ('.
Uushby the contested. A large number of
illetraJ voters have been examined before
the grand jury, but no indictments have
own returned thus far. It is reported that
Ml damaging evidence was received
against prominent citizens, supporting a
charge of bribery.
HiTrhcrai Wahp«t*B.
Washington, April B.— John D. Bent
has been appointed receiver of the First
National bank of Wuhpetou. Dak.
The president has withdrawn the nomi
nation of Timothy A. Byrnes to be Indian
atfeiit at Yakima, W. T.
TERRITOHIAL TIDBITS.
Brief Items of Interest From All
farts of Dakota.
One of tbe articles of the treaty with the
Sioux Indians in 1848 roquires that the, bigna
tures of three-fourths of tbe adult male In
dians shall bo bad to any measure like the
Dawes Dill before it becomes operative Dr.
McQillycuddy. the old Indian agent, who is
perhaps tlie best posted of any man on the
situation, is ensilte 1 with the opinion that no
amount of persuasion will indue* the requi
site number of the Indians to ttign the docu
ment. If their signatures are not obtained
in six months after the passage of the bill, it
becomes void after that time.
Tbe fact that the past winter wan milder
than usuui is shown l>v the f act that a record
kept in one of the central counties shows but
thirty-three days when tbe theruiou.eu*r was
at zero or below. Tbe winter before had
fltty-two cold days, tbe one before that fifty
and that of 1083-3 had ninety-one days, A
winter day not below zero is not regarded as
cold, so it appears there was but little over a
month of cold days.
Tbe Grand Rapids Journal in La Moure
oouuty finds evidence of the Improved condi
tion in that section in the fact that while the
farmers are increasing their farming facili
ties, there are fewer chattel morttrajres than
ever before, indicating prudence and that the
farmers are In better circumstances. The
tine county is getting a great many new
comers and they generally rent land and will
raise crops this season. The new railroads
are helping that section greatly.
The petrified "stiff" of some supposed ante
li luviiui female found In tbe Bad Lands, Is
being exhibited in the South Dakota towns
and working ita way into Minnesota. It is
not a Cardiff glaut affair but a genuine once
female. It has long arms and s'jort legs and
was found in a half sitting posture. The
cowboys who found it are tbe showmen, and
will no doubt make a good thing out of it.
The friends of division have a good deal of
encouragement from the fact that Mr. Hill,
the Democratic chairman of the house com
mittee has introduced a bill to enable the
people of South Dakota to form a coustitu
tion and state. In case that should pass
there will be a strong effort to readopt th«*
Sioux Falls constitution and Huron state
machine almost intact.
J. T. Robinson of Moline, 111., was threo
years ago attacked with laryngitis, and could
jet no relief, there, so he came to the dry,
bracing atmosphere of Dakota, settling in
Sanborn county. Last year he imprudently
returned to Illinois and suffered a severe re
lapse from which even the pure air of Dakota
could not rescue him. He came back, but
died the past month at Diana. The moral is
evident. * ..
A man at Diana was so unfortunate or 111
--bebaved as to incur the ill-will of a young
lady and &be took reveajre by throwing boil
ing water on the man's co*v. He publishes a
card in the local paper warning all animals
to beware of Miss King and her boiling water.
The somewhat novel warfare excites a good
dral of local interest.
Some of tbe papers claim assurance* from
confidential and reliable sources at Washing
ton that the present congress will divide on
the 7th standard, or tbe county- lines, some
five miles south of the 4th parallel, and that
(iov. Zieback will be appointed governor of
the south territory. It is not advised, how
ever, that any very large wagers be risked on
this result.
Some of tbe papers Insist that in place of
the repeal of tbo tree-claim law, it should be
amended so as to be always a tree claim, and
tbo Improvements transferable with the
claim, it is ar-rued that the only object !■»
to secure the growth of tbe trees, ami it does
no waiter as to tbe ownership, so that the
trees are had.
Tbe sheriff and poese of Hughes county a
few days ago went down to tbe tower Brule
agency to capture an Indian named Nm>
Wunka. He bad killed a white man's hois
and also. Incidentally, his father-in-law. 1 .
loss of the horse was the matter of com
plaint. It shows that be was a bad Indian.
Bartnoldi's statue of "Liberty En-
lightening- Ike World** •
Will be a reminder of personal liberty for
ages to come. On just as sure a foundation
has Dr. Pierce* "Golden Medical Db
oover>" been placed, and it will stand
through the cycles of time as a monument
to the physical emancipation of thousands,
who by its use have been relieved from con
sumption, consumptive night-sweats, bron
chitis, coughs, spitting of blood, weak
lungs and other throat and lung affections.
S. L. R.
If your liver is oat of order, then your whole
system is deranged. The blood is Impure, the
breath offensive, you hare headache, feel lan
guid, dispirited and nervous. To prevent a more
serious condition, take at once ?. L. R.
If you lead a sedentary life or suffer with Kid
•toy affections, avoid stimulants and take S. U li.
B 'ire to relievo.
If you hare eaten anything hard of digestion, or
feel heavy after meals or sleepless at night, take
ft, L. U., and you will feel relieved and aleop
pleasantly.
H you are a miserable sufferer with Constipation.
Dyspepsia and Biliousness, seek relief at onoe In
s. L, R. It does not require continual doting and
co*U but a trifle. It will cure yon.
If you wake up in the morning with a bitter.
ta*t« in jour mouth, take 8. I*. R. It corrects the
bilious stomach, sweetens the breath and cleanses
the furred tongue.
Simmons Liver Regulator is given with safety
and the happiest results to the most delicate in
fant. For all diseases in which a Laxative, alter
ative or purgative Is needed it win give the most
perfect satisfaction. It is the cheapest, purest
and best Family Medicine In the world.
CAPTAIN HEROD
2:25*.
By the Ringham Horse.
A son of King Herod, sire of
Herod, 2:24^ at 18 years of age ;
Foxy V, 2:23H; Darkness, 2:26*;
Cupid and several others in 2:30
list; son of Sherman's Black
Hawk, by Hill's Black Hawk, by
Sherman Morgan, by Justus Mor
gan. King Herod's dam by Green
Mountain Boy, by Hill's Black
Hawk.
Captain Herod will make the
season of 1886 at Overpeck's
Barn, 348 Robert street, St
Paul, Minn.
TERMS-SSO, season, cash-
Prominent Business Houses of St.Paul
Finns in this List are Reliable and Business can be Safely Trans
acted through the Mails with them. '£ , -Ji :-
NICOLL, THE TAILOR!
j • .■'
Invites your inspection of Spring Goods. All the Newest Designs
and Colorings.
Pants to Order, from $5.
Suits to Order, from $25.
Overcoats to Order, from $20.
t2T Samples and Rules for Self-Measurement sent by Mail.
NICOLL, the Tailor, 21 E. Third Street St. Pan],
JOHN MATHEIS,
The Largest Carpet House in the Northwest
• It E. Third St. and Cor. Seventh & Pine.
Carpetb of all grades and textures, Domestic and Oriental Rugs,
Wall Paper, Draperies, Material for Portiery, at lower
prices than can be had west of New York.
STOCK EHTIRELT HEW, BEAUTIFUL II DESIGNS AND RICH IN COLOB.
|S r Maay Magnificent Specialties for Holiday Trade.
Mali Orders carefully and promptly attended to.
ESTABLISHED 1858.
i R. C. MUNGER,
Sole Agent for
CHICKERING
BRIGGS & McCANNON
F»i.A.isros i
Western Cottage Organs, Music and Musical Instruments. Wholesale and Retail. Prices
low, terms easy. Send for catalogue.
iO7 East Third Street, - - St. Paul
CARRIAGES.
Coupes. Landanlettes,
Rockaways, Coupe Roekaways,
Six-seat Rockaways, Octasron Front ttockaways,
Extension Top Phaetons, Canopy Top Carriages,
Open and Canopy Surries, Beach and Park Wagons,
Ladies' Phaetons, Low-wheel Phaetons,
Side Bar Busies, Top and Open Busies,
Jump Seat Carriages and Buggies. Concords and Light Wagons.
WE HAVE A VERY SELECT STOCK.
E. M. HALLOWELL & CO, ™ ™ H™STS
CLARENCE M.McLAIN, SONG OF THE SHIRT !
Manufacturer of
Cigars & Tobacco, torrance
lucQIO VX I UUCiUUUi Seventh, corner Cedar,
61 EAST SEVENTH, Is tne B1 * Snirt Man of st. PauL his new
1 UNIQUE Shirt is pronounced by every one
Jobber and Manufacturer of tho wll ° lv i , Been " \°_ be P er ct '» every respect
I Price $1 and $1.25, equal to shuts sold at $2
Following Celebrated Braids i"""*
CIGARS: |H ATS!
ETvr *vn mm « T tppov In all the latest blocks In Stlff and Soft, " new
KIS G AND .QUEEN, CLIPPON, cst styles," at tho lowest prices.
SANTA PE, SPECKLED BEAUTIES, ! The uew Broadway Silk Hat, the leading
LIVE OAK, BOOT JACKS, i hat for nobby srentlemen.
SOUE GRAPES, SWEET ( ATAWBA,
JOVEN LEONORA. MI PURA and Ererything in nice imported HOSE, 250 a
SHAKES P alr -
ALSO, A FULL LINE OP TORRAHCE'S,
IMPORTED CIGARS. _ _. _ ' .
6i East seVenth street, st Paul. Seventh, Cor. Cedar.
»lilWrOw|ef(Sßfos.
SOLE AGENTS FOR ■ ■■■WffJvlVtUl UUI
KNOXHATS!
— ' PLUMBERS
I I
m Hiii
ill ' * tfn'i
jjjj: Bjl • AND DEALERS IN
seit on receipt op price, $5. Fine Art Gas Fixtures.
The<>e come in Black or Brown and in nar
row, medium and wide brims. The cut above
is the medium bat and is the correct style.
fJfMail orders solicited.
RANSOM 4 HORTON.ST. PAUL. 96 E. Third street.
PLACE NO CONTRACTS
FOB We have unsurpassed facilities for furnish
M n M I I M MTQ in? Monuments in Granite, Jasper or Marble
IVIUIHUmtIM Ib, We make a specialty of Clay and Marble
MANTELS, Tiling. >
6 RAT ESj WE ARE AGENTS FOB
FLOOR TILING, Omega Ventilating Grate,
on Bay field Brown Stone Co., '
STONE SIDEWALKS, Centre Rutland Marble Co..
Without getting prices on same from us. Drake's Patent Jasperite Sidewalk
t37~ We have the largest stock of Mantels, Grates, Tiles and Brass Goods In the city.
DRAKE COMPANY, • Corner Eighth and Jackson Streets.
FINE TAILORING
DUNCAN & BARRY,
SO East Third Street, - - St.Pau
STEAM AND HOT WATER
HEATING I
BY
E. F. OSBORNE,
Cor. Fifth and Rosabel Streets,
ST. PAUL, MINN.
£ Forest Trees & Seeds.
W*l?*«?^m| All kinds of forest trees and
" \ . tre ° seeds for tree claims and
TSS»jBS32r wind-breaks. Ten varieties of
land and water fowls. Circular
JW free. H. M. BALL,
<mtakLono Tree Lak«,Brown County,
Minn. . 70-103
THE BESLITZ SCHOOL OF LANGUAGES
MINNEAPOLIS, I ST. PAUL,
Syndicate Block. | Mannhelmer Block.
New Special Classes in German beginning
now . $13 for thirty lessons. Apply at once
ST. PAUL
Fopiry Cipn
MANUFACTURERS OF
Architectural Iron WorL
oundera, Machinists, Blaoksmiths and Pat
rn- makers. Bead for cuts of column*
Work! on St. P., M. & M. B. R., near Com*
cnue. C&cg 118 E. Fourth street, St. Fsui,
a M. .?O WLttt, Seo'y and 'i-Yeaa.
contractwork;
Grading Jeanne Avenue.
Office or the Board of Public Works, )
i'itv or St. Paul, Minn., March 30, 188 Q. J
Sealed bids will be received by the Board of
Public Works in and for tho corporation of
the City of St. Paul, Minnesota, at their office
In said city, until 12 in. on the I2tb day of
April, A. D. 1886, for grading Jeanne Avenue,
from Terrace Park Avenue to east line o|
Merriam Park, in said city, according to plant
and specifications on file in the cilice of said
Board.
A bond with at least two (2) sureties In a
sura of at least twenty (20) per cent, of the
gross amount bid must accompany each bid.
The said Board reserves the right to reject
fltjy or all bids.
WILLIAM BARRETT, President.
Official:
K. L.GouMAN,Clerk Board of Public Works.
90-100
CONTRACTWORK.
Sewer on Stillwater Street
Office of the Board of Public Works, >
City of St. Paul, Minn., March 80, 188u. >
Sealed bids will be received by the Board of
Public Works in and for the corporation of
the City of St. Paul, Minnesota, at their office
in said city, until 12 m. on the 12th day of
April. A. D. 1886, for the construction of a
sewer on Btillwater street, from Olmsted
street to Williams street, in said city, to
gether with tho necessary catckbasios and
manholes, according to plans and specifica
tions on lie in the office of said Board.
A bond with at least two (2) sureties in a
sum of at least twenty (20) per cent, of the
gross amount bid must accompany each bid.
The said Board reserves the right to reject
any or all bids.
WILLIAM BARRETT, President.
Ouicial:
R. L. Gorman, Clerk Board of Public Works.
90-100
CONTRACTWORK.
4 Sewer on Sibley Street.
Office of the Board of Public Works, ?
City of St. Paul, Minn., March 30, 1886. $
Sealed bids will be received by the Board of
Publio Works in and for the corporation of
the City of St. Paul, Minnesota, at their office
in said city, until 12 in. on the 12th day of
April, A. D. 1886, for the construction of i
sewer on Sibley street, from a point 100 feel
south of Seventh (7th) street to Eighth (Bth)
street, in said city, together with the
necessary catch basins and manholes, accord
ing to plans and specifications on file in the
office of said Board.
A bond with at least two (2) sureties in a
sum of at least twenty (20) per cent, of the
gross amount bid must accompany each bid.
The said Board reserves the right to reject
any or all bids.
WILLIAM BARRETT, President.
Official:
R.L. Gorman, Clerk Board of Public Works.
90-100
CONTRACTWORK.
Sewer en Prairie Street. .
Office of the Board of Public Works, ?
City of St. Paul, Minn., March 30, 1886. $
Sealed bids will be received by the Board of
Public Works in and for the corporation oi
the City of St. Paul, Minnesota, at their ofllc«
in said city, until 12 m., on the 12th day of
April, A. IX ISB6, for the construction of 8
sewer on Prairie street, from Goodrich avenue
to Western Avenue, in said City, together with
the necessary catchbasins and manholes, ac
cording to plans and specifications on file in
the office of said Board.
A bond with at least two (2) euretiesrtn a
sum of at least twenty (20) per cent, of th«
gross amount bid must accompany each bid.
Ttiusaid .Board reserves the right to reject
any or all bids.
WILLIAM BARRETT, President,
omuial:
B. L. Gorman, Clerk Board of Public Work«
' 90-100 (
CONTRACTWORK.

Sewer on Bluff Street.
Office of the Board of Public Works, }
City of St. Paul, Minn., March 30. 1886. $
Sealed bids will be received by the Board of
Public Works in and for, the corporation of
the City of St. Paul, Minnesota, at their office
in said city, until 12 in., on the 12th day of
April, A. D. 18S6, for the construction of a
sewer on Bluff street, between Rice and St,
Peter streets, in said city, together with th«
reccssary ea.cab«siii» aid manholes, accord
ing to plans and specifications on file in the
;.Oico of said Board.
A bond with at least two (2) sureties in a
turn of at least twenty (20) per cent, of the
jrross amount bid must accompany each bid.
The said Board reserves the right to reject
•ay or all bids. -
WILLIAM BARRETT, President.
Official;
R.L.GoRMAN.CIerk Board of Public Works.
90-100
OTATE OP MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF RAMSEY
O — as. In Probate Court, special term, March
16, ISM.
la the matter of the guardianship of Jerome H.
Chirk, minor.
On reading and filing the petition of Harry
Clark of said county, representing among other
things that ho is the step-father of said minor, that
on the 2d day of October, A. D. ISS nne Charles
11. Martin was by this court duly appo'nted guard
ian of said minor, and as such guardian received
assets and property belonging to said minor and
has rendered no account of bis doings unto said
court; that said Martin has absconded from this
state with the estate and property of said minor
and praying that said Martin be cited before this
court and render an accoua t of his guardianship,
and if said Martin should toil to appear before this
court, an order be made removing him from said
trust, and the bond of said Martin as such guard
ian prosecuted, and that upon such removal of
•a Ailrtin, that J. W. Crosby be appointed guard*
inn of laid minor,
It is t Vdered, that said Charles IT. Martin be and
he is he vby c/ted to appear before the judge of
this court, on Monday, the 10th day of April, A. ]).
ISS6, at 10 o'clock a. m. at the probate office, at St.
Paul, in said county, then and thereto show cause
why the prayer of said petitioner should not be
granted.
And it is further ordered, that a copy of this
order bo published for three successive weeks,
once in each week, in the St. Paul Daily Glob*.,
ft newspaper printed and published at St. Paul, in
said county, and personally served on all persons
interested in said matter, residing in said county
and on all other persons according to law.
By the Court,
[L.S.] WM. B.MCGItORTT,
.Judge of Probate.
Attest: Frank ROBERT, Jr.. Clerk.
W. J. KomiEUa, Attorney for Petitioner.
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QTATE OF MINNESOTA. COUNTY OF RAMSEY,
O District Court, Second Judicial District.
Frank G. Sherwood and Oliver Benedict, plaintiffs,
v.v William G. Taylor, William Stoinjneyer, Wil*
liam Seibert and Christian Seibert, defendants.
SUMMONS.
The State of Minnesota to the above-named dc
' fondants:
You, each, are hereby summoned and required
to answer the complaint of the plaintiffs in the
above entitled action which is on tile in the office
of the clerk of said court, at his office at St. Paul,
Minnesota, and to serve a copy of your answer to
said complaint on the subscribers, at their office,
in the city of St. Paul, in said county of Ramsey,
within twenty days after the service of this sum
mons upon you, exclusive of the day of such ser
vice, and, if you fail to answer the said complaint
within the time aforesaid, the plaintiffs in this ac
tion will upon such failure have the amount they
are entitled to recover ascertained by the court
or under its direction and take judgment for the
amount so ascertained, together wi^h the cost*
and disbursements herein.
WARNER, STEVENS & LAWRENCE,
Plaintiffs Attorneys, St Paul, Minn.
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