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TAKEN BY WOODSIDE. Prince Beaten by the Irian Cyclist at Stillwater. imerlcan Association Winners All Make Double Figures. won by WooiUidr. lpecial to the Globe. Stillwater, April 21.— The bicycle race at the rink to-night between Prince and Woodside was won by the latter, who came in about thirty feet ahead. The race was for a purse of $100, and the distance was fifteen miles, fifteen laps to the mile. The start was made at 9 o'clock, and the time was one hour and twenty seconds. Woodside took the lead, which he main tained until the sixth lap in the third mile, ■when he was passed by his oppo uent, who led the remaining thir teen miles from one-eiehth of a lap to nine-tenths. Six different laps he was two-thirds ahead. The fastest mile was 3 minutes and 51 seconds. The lust 5 miles were made in 20. minutes SO- seconds, the last 10 in 39 minutes 50 seconds. A fair-sized audience witnessed the race. Another race will be run at the same place to-morrow night. The distance will be twenty-live miles and the purse $150. The contestants will be Prince, champion of America; Woodside, champion of Ireland, and Eck, champion of Canada. This race will be one of the most exciting ever wit nessed in the state, and will draw an im mense crowd. Base Ball. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION*. Cincinnati, Aprifcil.— The Pittsburg club played here to-day and won by tremendous batting. Barkley was spiked at the plate in the third inning, and Carroll was substi tuted. Attendance 3,500, Score: Cincinnati 3 11002000—7 Pittsburg 0 1114 4 11 „— l3 Baltimore, April 21. — The tables were turned on the Metropolitan club to-day and it was defeated in an interestin? game. Heavy hitting and fine fielding were done by both sides. The visitors, with the ex ception of Orr, were unable to do anything with Kilroy. until the eighth and ninth innings, when five of their nine hits were made. Orr, Sommers and Greer did the best batting. Score: Baltimore 5 0 3 0 0 0 3 1 o—l2 Metropolitan.... 0 0 0 110 0 — 6 Philadelphia, Pa., April 21. — The Brooklyn club to-day secured its first vic tory, and administered a crushing defeat to the Athletic club. Weaver pitched for the Athletic club, and the visitors began pounding him in the first inning and never let up until the game was ended. • The visitors also played an excellent game in the tield. Athletic made a miserable exhi bition in the field and could do very little with the bat. Attendance, 2,500. Score: Athletic 0 00010010—2 Brooklyn 4 0 2 3 15 2 1 *— St. Louis, April — McGinnls was booked to pitch for St. Louis to-day, but at the last moment Carruthers was substituted, and he being sick, pitched very badly and was batted all over the ground, and the Louisville team won the game easily and without special feature. Score: St.Louis 0 10000000—1 Louisville 2 10 0 2 5 2 0 •— l2 SOUTHERN LEAGUE. At Augusta— Augusta 11, Atlanta 5. At — Chattanooga 2, Charleston 1. At — Macon 7, Nashville 6. OTHER GAMES. At Washington — National 13, Rochester 4 . At Richmond — Boston 4, Newark 3. Amateur Base Balllkts. The Pioneer Press Base Ball club goes out formally practice on the West side, and the club is developing considerable first class'amateur material. It is getting into splendid shape, and several interesting games between it and outside clubs are looked for this season. The tire department also has a club and several good players, and a game will probably be played be tween the two clubs next week, the pro ceeds to go to the fund for the benefit of the sufferers at St Cloud and Sauk liapids. r - ■-/• Sporting: small Talk. The St. Paul Boat club has received only one barge and one four-oared shell. It ex pects several other boats to arrive every day. The boys are taking daily spins on the river and rapidly catching on to the kinks in the profession. The Broadway Hill Repealed. Albany, N. V., April 21— The bill repeal tog the Broadway Surface rail read charter passed the assembly this afternoon by a vote of 100 to 16. The bill now goes to the gov ernor for his signature. The bill providing that the consent of a certain proportion of the property owners on the line shall be secured before the granting of a street rail way franchise was passed, 98 to 13, and the bill to wind up the Broadway Surface railroad corporation was passed by 97 to 9. Dress suits to order of best imported ma terial from $30 to $45 at Wanainaker's tailoring agency, 94 East Third street. LOCAL MEXTIOA. P. T. Kavanag-h & Co. Bell a good lot 50x120 feet with good store and dwelling at 1043 Payne avenue at 2 o'clock this afternoon. Garden Hose and Hose Reels And all kinds of rubber goods at New York prices. Goodyear Rubber company, James Buydam agent, 131 East Third street. Only store in St. Paul connected with Goodyear Rubber company. masonic. A regular communication of Ancient Land mark Lodge No. 5, A. P. and A. M., will be held this evening. P. T. Kavanag-h &. Co. Sell a good lot 50x120 feet with good 6tore and dwelling at 1043 Payne avenue at 2 o'clock this afternoon. Borrow Honey On personal property. See financial col umn, page 7. R. Doming & Co,, 362 Jackson, corner Fifth street. tr f ROYAL PSittflt Jx Absolutely Pure. Th!« powder never varies. A marvel of pit rlty, strength and wholesomeness. More eco nomical than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold in competition with the multitudes of cw test, short weight, alum •or phosphate powders. Sold only in cans. Royal Baking fowDKH Co., 196 Wall street. New York. DIED. GRIDLEY— In St. Paul, Minn., April 20. 1886, James E. Gridley, aged 58 years. Funeral will leave Odd Fellows' hall to-day at 9:30 a. m. Services at Oakland cemetery. All members of St. Paul Lodge No. 2, 1. O. O. F., are desired to attend, and members of sister lodges are invited to be present. Logans port, Ind., papers please copy. DODGE— St. Paul, Minn., April 21, 1886, Josephine, youngest child of Levi and Mary Dodge, aged 4 years and 4 months. Funeral from No. 23 West Fifth street to-day at 2 p. m. Friends of the family to attend. AMCSEMKXTS. GRAND OPERA HOUSE. TO-NIGHT! GRAND SATURDAY MATINEE. MR. JOSEPH JEFFERSON'S SUCCESSFUL PLAY. SWoisofaßrealCity Powerful Dramatic Cast. Grand Scenic Effects. Secure seats early. SUMMIT VIEW. At S. E. corner of Summit avenue (Boule vard 200 ft wide), and Snellinjc avenue (100 ft. -wide). is the finest residence prop erty on the avenue beyond Dale street Overlooking as it does Macalester, Merriam Park, Hamline and Minneapolis, it must be conceded that it is appropriately named Summit View. Among its exceptional ad vantages as a place of residence you find: 1. Eligible location on best avenues and most popular drives in the city. li It is only live minutes' walk from Macalester station (C, M. & St P. Short Line), and the motor line to Lake Johanuah will pass close by this property. 8. The close proximity of Macalester, llamline and the sites of other proposed colleges, insures the best facilities for edu-' cation of children. 4. Size of lots 50x200 and 50x150 feet For particulars apply, J. J. WATSON & BRO., German-American Bank Building. iMparT! THIRD ADDITION ! "We have some choice lots and blocks to offer in this newly platted and beautiful interurban suburb. RICE STREET. Thirteen lots near new depot, cheap, also choice acre property. INSIDE PROPERTY. A few residence and business lots in the very best localities. COCHRAN & WALSH. CHEAPEST "BOOK STORE • IN THE NORTHWEST. NEW AND OLD BOOKS. LJarariet and Parcels of Books bought. Send for catalogue. R. F. LEASE & CO., 11 East Third Street. - ST. PAUL. ELEGANT PICTURE FRAMES AT MODERATE PRICES Largest variety of designs in gold and brontes to select from in the Northwest. Or ders promptly attended to and executed in the best possible manner. Fin* engravings and artot always on hand. C. THOMAS, 4-3 W. THIRD ST CONTRACTWORK. Sewer on Sixth (6th) Street Office or thi Board or Public Works, J Citt of St. Paul, Minn., April 13, 1886. J 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 13 m. on the 2(Jth day of April, A. D. 1886, for the construction of a sewer on Sixth street, from Wabasha street to St. Peter street, in said city, to gether with the necessary catchbasins and manholes, according to plans and specific* tions on file in the office of said Board. A bond with at least two (2) sureties in a sum of at least twenty (SO) 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: 11. L. Gorman, Clerk Board of Public Works. 105-115 CITY NOTICE. Office of the City Treasurer, I St. Paul, Minn., April 13, 1886. ) All persons interested in the assessment for Grading: Reaney street, from Seventh street to Payne Avenue, WILL TAKE NOTICE That on the 27th day of March, 1886, I did receive a warrant from the City Comptroller of the City of St. Paul for the collection of the above named assessment. The nature of this warrant 'is, that if you fail to pay the assessment within THIRTY DAYS after the first publication of this notice, 1 shall report you and your real estate so a* 6essed as delinquent,: and apply to the Dis trict Court of the County of Ramsey, Minn sota, for judgment against your lauds, lots, blocks or parcels thereof so assessed, in cluding interest, costs and expenses, and for an order of the Court to sell the same lor the payment thereof. GEORGE REIS, City Treasurer. 104-114 CONTRACTWORK. Sprinkling Dayton Avenue. Office of the Board of Public Works, 7 : Citt of St. Paul, Minn., April 21, 188«. J 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 3d day of May, A. D. 1866. for sprinkling Dayton Avenue, from Third (3d) street to Arundcl street, In said city, until the Ist day of November. A. D. 1886. Said Dayton Avenue to be sprinkled at least three (3) times each and every day (except Sundays) when necessary and to the satisfaction of said Board. Estimates for the payment for said sprink ling will be allowed monthly. A bond with at least two (2) sureties^'ln a sum of at least twenty (20) per cent, of th« cross amount bid must accompany each bid. Th« said Hoard reserves the right to reject any or all bids. WILLIAM BARRETT, President. umclal: R. L. Goemas, Clerk Board of Public Work? 112-122 DISTRICT COURT, COUNTY OF HKNNKPrN. U State of Minnesota, Fourth Judicial District. In the matter of the assignment of Adolph V. C. Garben, insolvent. Notice is hereby given that the above named Adolph F. C. . Oarben, doing business at the city of Minneapolis, Minn., has, pursuant to the insol vent law of the state oi Minnesota, this day made an assignment to the undersigned fur the benefit of his creditors. All claims against the said in solvent must be verified and presented to the assignee witnin twenty days from the date hereof. Dated April XI, 1886. WM. F. HEnitlAM. Assignee. Minneapolis. Minn. LAJTK & DODQZ, Attorneys for Assiso* fHE ST. TaML DAILY GLOBE. THURSDAY MOKNING APRIL I 22,1 188 a —TEN PAGES. j? standing! I ROOM ONLY! -M __________ v I 'Underselling Everybody' ft IN EVERYTHING. ;, ' < ■■ ; O I ° $ z « - 7 WONDERS IS |.; / WONDERS *ji *fc TELL THE TALE , hIE U< O OF 1886. Ill^ljg £*£ (1) 1 - (2)U^ z£S LX. o*^ Immense Stock, U g The Low prices of • ■****.'' •— » 3 (j f<k HANDSOME GARMENTS, | I ."*.;.' CLOTHING; 2— "^ —. 'J2 l-J AT THE AT THE ™" u DI2 8 MANHATTAN. g g MANHATTAN. < h L o£§ (3) ~4) I <-£^ AJS I I The B— -to. to every Ii Th G at RuSh of *°P I X O W^S i Purchaser mi g I at *«1 A,, 8Q- > 2 2> § MANHATTAN. §1 MANHATTAN. g g£* >*O | (5) I ~ktb ■*"* A THE GRAND ORIENTAL DECORATIONS « .— Q ■*- (o UJ j^ ■" TO. £ CL > " ££" C MANHATTAN.; t- «-J "Guj ' !- ■ <°O |£ (6) I (7) ?I!=f ~. I Square Dealing, Upright 1 One Price and Moderation ?(A' \ J3 Principles, at the S & at the ;■« — * | 2 1 MANHATTAN j MANHATTAN. g < | MANHATTAN'S ' ~ t -o FIRST BUSINESS DAY p= 2 r UJ m Jr Was a Big one. unablefto accommodate with Justice all their «-p l "*" < Co patrons. To those who could not receive attention through the ■*• jT .. great rush all day yesterday, we beg to state that from now on L* i *y wo will be able to give the trade the necessary attention. Give l p^ Cus a call. More than pleased to show you all through our de- "^* £T partments. 1 GREAT MANHATTAN < L One-Price Clothing Co., L k Cor. Jackson, 161 & 163 E. Seventh St. L Cor. Jackson, 161 & 163 E. Seventh St. pF .%£S Open Evenings till S. SB I OLIVER BAKER, Q • : ; - I Grand Opening 5 NEW SPRING ; t CARPETS, o CURTAINS; " PORTIERES, 1 AND ART PAPER HANGINGS £ THIS WEEK AT BAKER'S, | 417 Wabasha Street. The Celebrated Whitney Children's Carriage.; 5 i 'yi«ii>i '' • - : ■■*. : i FOR CITY TRADE ONLY ! The above Carriage while acknowledged to be the finest In the market both as to patterns and durability, have never been thoroughly introduced in this city. As Manufacturer's! Asrents we have decided to fell in this city during the coming season, direct to the consum- e rs of this city, at wholesale prices, and for this purpose we hare enraged the store 184 Bast ' Fourth street, where we will be pleased to see any who may need Children's Carriages during i the months of April. May and June. . AVERILL, CARPENTER & CO. ty Every one is Warranted. tH Mnß^ JPi TW T^^ IH^ t» ffg |J fJ gj| jgi IK H iffl §& '^n fa sH 4 MANNHEIMER BROS. SPECIAL SALE OF BLACK SILKS! From the great-Silk Auction Sale of Messrs. Townsend & Montaut, i ;^ New York, on Friday last. g "':.■'.'•'* ■;•! VELOUF~ % # . ■ SOIERIZLi :NOir<LJ UNIC3. \ I tfM-TK GUI WET I fiffij \ MAISON FONDEE EN 1834. $ 250 PIECES BLACK DRESS SILKS AND RHADAME SATINS! From the looms of the above renowned manufacturer at the lowest prices yet quoted. 25 Pieces Gurnet's celebrated Gros Grains, at 80c, value $1.15. 1 | 25 Pieces Guinet's Heavy Gros Grain Silks, at 85c, value $1.25. 25 Pieces Guinet's Cachemire de Soie Heavy Grain, at $1.10, value $1.50. 25 Pieces Guineas Cachemire Drap de Lyon, at $1.25, value $1.65. 25 Pieces Guinet's Cachemire Drap de Lyon, Extra Finish, at $1.35, value $1.75. 25 Pieces Guinet's Cachemire Sublime, at $1.50, value §2. 25 Pieces Guinet's Extra Cachemire Sublime, at $1.75, value $2.50. 25 Pieces Guinet's Cachemire Sublissimie. 25 Pieces Guinet's Khadame Satins, famous for their superb finish, superior dye and wear-resisting qualities, at 75c, $1.00, $1.25 and $1.35. Value 51.25. 51. 50. 31.75 and $2.00. These celebrated and favorite Silks have been before the public for many years and have always given universal satisfaction for richness of color, lustrous finish and durability. They cannot be sui* passed ; •■ We have now on.sale in this department, complete assortments of Colored G-ros Grains and Rha dames, Duchesse Satins, Faille Francais, China Pongees, India and China Silks, Printed Jersey Foil lards, Iron Frame and Sewing Silk Grenadines, Escurial Velvet and Beaded Grenadines. To whicll WE INVITE INSPECTION I TEMPORARY LOCATION, 371 and 373 Robert Street Between Fifth and Sixth Streets. ' PROMPT ATTENTION TO MAIL ORDERS. "Fire Department of -the) City of ; St. Paul." OrricE Board Tike CowiMUoinuu I St. PaCl* April 13, ISSO. J PROPOSALS FOR STEAM FIRE ENGINE Scaled bids will be received by the Board of Fiio Commissioners of the City of St. Paul, until Monday. May 10, law, for the delivery to City of St. Paul of or.c (I) extra Brst-cim Piston Steam Fire Engine. with lamps, tools and band equipment nil complete, lanterns to bo New York Ore department tubular, \ o'e. doubletrees, ironed complete and "furnished with snaps aud chain*, made to drop from machine. one cx 1 ™ pole complete equipped as above, one extra hind wheel, section hose to be attached to pump, engine to be supplied with Prunty's automatic lief valves, or such other as the Board may designate, also one ! Improved shut off and spray nozzle. Bidders will bid on straight frame and crane neck engine. Said engine to be delivered in the City of St. Paul free of any charges thereon and when satisfactorily tested by the Chief Engineer, will be received by th.t Board of Fire Commissioners for the City of St. Paul. All bids should be sealed, directed to F. R. Delano, President Board of Fire Commission ers and Indorsed "Proposals for steam fire engine." By order of the Board. F. R. DELANO, President. Official: Wm. O'Gokxan, Secretary. 103-14 HEZEKIAH BALL, REAL ESTATE DEALER Office S. 1. Cor. Third 4 Robert Sts. Fourteen years established In St. Paul, Mixx. Buy* and sells Real Estate and Mortgages. THE NEW'hUB RANGE AT THE HEAD! 115 SOLD the FIRST SEASOH in ST.PAUL. The most popnlar m n pn erer sold. It Is the richest la design and the most perfect in oper ation. Nothing has ever been seen in this city that compares with It for service or for beauty, and our leading housekeepers are rapidly exchanging their old stoves for it. Fully 20 per cent, can bo saved in the labor and expense of cooking, by the use of the Patent Kctlcx Grate used In the New Hub. For sale by Wolterstorff & Moritz, 9M, 210 and 212 Bast Seventh street. FINE TAILORING DUNCAN & BARRY, SO East Third Street, - - St-Pau ! ffOLTEBSTORFF urn ■ 208, 210 and 212 East SeYentb Street Headquarters for Best Goods and Beat Prfcwe. Largest and most complete line of WARM AIR FURNACES, REFRIGERATORS, CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES, GASOLINE AND OIL STOVES AND RANGES. BIRD CAGES, WATER FILTERS^ j The most complete line of House Furnishing Goods la the city. ««*«-i Manufacturers of the celebrated COMMANDER Wrought Iron Ranges AND HOTEL SUPPLIES. Forty different styles Children's Carriage*,. I me ■J ID . - Bee our %°°& a and set prices.