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UNffiAPOLIS ;
Hennepin County Has Probably
Gone About One Thousand
for Ames.
Eetnrns Meager, Bnt Enongb to
Sliow a Great Democratic
Victory.
Election Day Passed Off Very Quietly-
Knob Exci-crtunt Duriug the
Evening.
Hundreds of Begna I oketg Voted by
the V*i>iki-i^tn en— 'J . a
: auds.
Uliiinrapoli* For Araes.
Ames. MoGill.
First ward 1.-50 ....
Second ward 500
Third wad 1.000
Fourth ward 600
Firth ward 90 °
Silt!) ward , 800
Seventh ward 2.0 ....
Eighth ward 856
Total 3,250 2,830
Country 500 ....
Total 3,750 2,850
McGili's total 2,800
Ames' majority 90 ....
Tb* Thirtieth senatorial district has jroce
Democratic, and the defeat of Senator K. li.
Langdon i- assured.
The Twenty-ninth district has gone Kcpub
ican, with the exception of one i-eprobenta
live. _
The Twcntv"iei?hth district, composed of
Anoka and liauti counUes, are cicse, and
nay require the official count to decide.
The day passed off very quietly at Min
neapolis, and there was less excitement
than might have been expected. The
scenes at the polls were not especially ani
mated and the activity displayed was not
as great as at the spring election. Early
'.n the day it was discovered that the labor
tickets had not been printed in accomplice
with the exact letter ol the law governing
the manner in which electiou tickets
shall be printed. The tickets
were withdrawn as soon as possible
and the error, if such it is. was corrected
by 9 o'clock. Un the strength of this it is
supposed that 1,500 Labor tickets have been
thrown out. In several precincts, notably
the Sixth of the Fitth « a ■•■. the Democrats
were unable to pull their v tie vote on ac
count of the excessive slowness of the
judtres. From two to three hundred votes,
largely Democratic, were _ost at this pre
cinct. There was an immense ameunt of
split .md bogus tickets in eire;: ■:». Many
of the candidates had strait-lit democratic
»nd Republican tickets v. m their names
substituted lor the regular nominees. A
number of bogus Democratic tickets on
which the name of Ames was spelled wrong
and the initials incorrectly given, were at
the polls in Democratic precints. li. the
eveeing the streets were alive with people
and much excitement and enthusiasm was
displayed. Returns were bulletined at the
newspaper offices at d read in places of
amusement. Reports from the precincts,
did not begin to come in much before mid.
night, and then very slowly. Both Demo d
crsts and Republicans claimed they ha
carried the city. The former had their
headquarters at Harmonia hall, and the
latter at the Casino theater, where lar;e
crowds assembled. At 4 o'clock this morn
ing the estimated majority for Ames in
Minneapolis is 1,800. and in the entire
sounty from 2.000 to 2,400.
MALICIOUS UKI'OaTS.
Several JBepublic_an Papers to be
Sued far i-ibel.
Yesterday's reports in the Republican
papers* of the street scenes of Monday
night while the Republican procession was
passing, were grossly exaggerated and mis
construed for the purpose of making politi
cal capital out of an occurrence that is de
plored by all good citizens. The acts of
hoodlums who embraced the opportunity,
under cover of popular excitement, to com
mit depredations were all attributed to
Democrats and made to appear a- if carried
out in accordance with a prearranged pro
gramme, It was openly stated that the
plot had beeu formed at the Democratic
headquarters to break up the procession
end CoL Glenn was charged with leading
the ••mob." It appears that the colonel
had just been driven in from Twenty-fifth
street and arrived at the corner of Nicoliet
and Washington avenues just as the pro
cession was passing and did not know what
was going on until informed. The fact of
his appearing at this juncture was seized
upou by the mendacious papers for the pur
pose of placing him in the light of an
abettor of the acts of violence. This out
rageous and unwarranted attack is to be
resented, and as soon as possible damage
suits for libel are to be instituted against
the Pioneer Press, Tribune and Eveuin
Journal, which will be vigorously prose
cuted.
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"Cat-tails boiled for ten minutes want
; drop off." says a florist. We shouldn't j
'• care so rench about the tails if the cats j
dropped off.— Burlington Free Press. \
! A florist says that '-cat-tails boiled for J
j ten minutes weot drop off." A cat would I
I probably prefer to go through life without ;
Ia tail to her back than to have it boiled tea ;
I Norristown Herald.
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ex. t-_a.~uxi pAmr oixt__sh vyjipr. jsispa x~ Mojusijyq. myvTsascsicK 3, t«cs -twtoqt jp-a^ico.
WON HIS BET.
Didn't I Tell Tsu It Wae Sure?-
--> ot_ii_-2 Can Stand tbe Tide of the
People ss. Kirbt.
And be puts every dollar Into St.Louis Park
oae-quarter-aere corner lots. H_ Is no fool.
He uses bis foresight, and is not one of tho^e
whining fellows who always lack faith, 100. _
down the ladder and say: If I only had done
so and so. No fortune smiles on such a Ma,
His faith wont even get him into heaven.
Our lucky friend is no such chicken. He
knows brains are always lucky, and stupidity
is always luckless. He canvassed the return...
He h_»_> canvassed the beauties of St. Louis
Purk and knows its advantage*; over other
suburbs; also knows right whero to put his
money. His motto is to build bis heaven
here, and at least got what be is sure ot,
a lovely home on earth. Chance? No! No,
i ..dee 1. its foresight. Wish we could give you
hi* name. He's always in on the ground
floor. He's a big-hearted, wiue-betweeii-tbe
< yes s- rt of man, and always gets all there Is
in it, and will get tbe rest here and hereafter.
■i-MBaa polls Real Estate.
Lt 10, blk 14. Sibley a«d. Chas N Hamblin to
N Fun-hum *1,600
Lt 5, bl!_ 2, Lewis' add; Mary ___ Haines to
EucensJ !>wm '.. .. 700
Lt _. bile IS. Menage's sup;Georgs V Jackson
t.'.io-ciili B Collins 600
Part lt 6, blk 19. Atwater's add: John L John
__ ._. to l_u_i_- D Sides 2,590
Lt 6. blk S. Davidson's ->ecoad add; GH Rust
to Ira XT liaises 3,103
Lt 27, Llk S. l_lab«B, White X Le Breies add;
D Leonard to Vf N Wri«dt 500
Lt* 1 . and 15. Wi 12, Wright's add; Abbie C
Ji»«s to J A Bees 1,100
Par* It 11, blk 3. Morrisoo's add; Fraasis
Morri*oa to V B WiU am LWO
Partlt 1. blk 3., CalhtKin Park add; W H
llntc_ii__s-_n toC C lliwu 1,500
Land ia _____ 31, town 117. raage 22; Frank
_■ -crank to A_.toaT_t.sty.... 600
Lv f and 7. blk . . Oakwaod add; Janes a.
__n___roe to Msrsaiuin Tbeks_ani__i 500
Lt 10 and pari » J blk 41 Hose A Bell's add;
Thomas __ ■bsbsmb. to Carroll I ti*taa..'.. 3,500
Lt IS. blk C; Its 7 aaa 8. bik 7; it IS, blk . 11,
Lei nan's add; Janes HSK Thonpaoa to
A Rose Deney 7,006
Lt 13, blk .4, East Laws add; H M Batch ts
Hi* Prams* Wili.aass .' 508
Lt 13, bile 4. Bast Larva add. Prank B Feote
to H U B^.aoii :..:... :;....:; 0M
Lt S. blk 6; its 7 and S. blk 7; it 8, blk 18,
L"* on's add; Jaae ■ Deisey to J M
Ihoiasaoa •••••_-• 7,000
Part 1. 3, blk li. Enkrtt's add; Meet* Gram
tsJokjß X Holßbecg .. 604)
Six jainor deeds, less than 8500 each..... 6,318
A Base Plat.
Detroit Free Press. j
The other day, as two well-known citi
zens were standing together in the corridor
of the postoflice, one happened to notice
that a postal card held in the lingers of the
other was directed to the holder.
"Why, how does this come?" was asked.
"Do you write letters to yourself."'
"In this case, yes," was the answer.
"Thaf s funny."
"Well, not so very. See the other side."
lie held it up and the other read:
Brother Blank— There will be a meeting of
the I. O. O. S. 8., No. 387, at the hall on the
evening of Oct. 10, to transact special busi
ness. Members not present will be fined $15.
B£fq| J. Cakit, Secretary.
"Yes, but 1 don't exactly catch on." pro
tested the innocent
"Oh, you don't! Well, 1 got the cards
printed myself. The society is all a myth.
When I want to get out of an evening I
direct one of these postals to my house.
When I reach home my wife hands it to
me with a sigh. I offer to stay at home
and stand the fine of $15, but she wont
have it that way. That's all, my friend—
except that the scheme is worked by hun
dreds of others, and our poor, deluded
wives haven't tumbled to the racket yet."

Tea, li'sfuero.
Texas Stftiaaw. kyy. :;■
"Haw you bathed yet this summer?"
"Yes, I've bathed several times at Coney
Island."
"How did you find the water?"
"Find the water? Why. you can't miss
t It's all around the Island. "
Bawtiri »■«< Bicker*.
A boy baby rarely foreshadows, the suc
eettoful politic- He is too much of a
Philadelphia Call.
The .'Beck of Age*" inert important to
tills wwW ia rock of babies in their little
eradlea.— Sew Orleans Picayune.
Somebody adwtiseu far "a young girl to
■lnd a baby." just as if everybody does not
have to mind the baby whenever the young
j autocrat's carets are iaaaed.— Beaton Bulle
j tin. BSSB
TUB CDAnPIOf. SLUGGER.
Sullivan matched to Meet Cardiff
A Tamo Exhibition in tlie Even*
"■ ins.
John L. Snillvan and his combination ar
rived yesterday, and the Nicollet house,
where the party stopped, was crowded all J
day long with people eager to catch a
glimpse of the champion pugilist Sullivan, j
attired in a blue pea jacket, checked pants j
and a shining stiff hat, walked carelessly
about At times he was surrounded by
crowds of gaping spectators, who seemed
to look upon him as some rare curiosity.
Sullivan bore the scrutiny very patiently,
and without the slightest discomposure.
Pal Sheedy, his manager, also attracted j
considerable attention. In the afternoon ;
the following articles of agreement for the
meeting between Sullivan aud Cardiff were ;
signed: j
Articles of agreement entered Into this 2d
day of November, 1888, between John L. Sul
livan, the champion pugrilisi ofthe world. and
Put*? Cardiff, of Minneapolis . Minn. The said ,
John L. Sullivan and th*. said Patsy Cardiff ;
a^ree to box sit round*, according to there- ;
vised Marquis of yueensliury rules, the win- '
ncr to take »5 per cent, of the receipts and
the loser 25 per cent, of the receipts, tar
till expenses have be. deducted. It is fur
ther agreed b.v John L. Sullivan and tho said
Patsy Cardiff to deposit $500 each in the
hands of Patrick Sullivan, of Minneapolis.
Minn., as a ruarantee to fulfill the said con
tract. It Is further agreed by Patsy Cardiff
to leave the naming- of the date of said con
test to P. F. Sheedy, manager for John L.
Sullivan, be to name the date before Jan. 1,
1887.
Both Sheedy and Cardiff deposited $500
as a forfeit and the articles were signed by
the principals. When Cardiff was intro
duced to Sullivan tho latter withdrew one
baud from the recesses of his pocket, ex
tended it and said gruffly: "How d'ye do."
No other words were exchanged.
A Very Tame Exhibition.
A crowd of about 3.000 people greeted
Sullivan at the Washington rink. After a
tame set-to betweeu a couple of local "kid
boxers, George Li Blanche, the marine,
and Tom Hinch, of Chicago, it
was announced that the marine
had injured his right hand badly
Saturday evening, but that he would en
deavor to make it interesting for Hinch
nevertheless. In the one-one banded set-to
of three rounds which fallowed he. managed
I by dint of agility to both guard and strike
j with his one hand to make an even showing
j with Hinch. Charles Hadiey and Patsy
i Mellen, both of Minneapolis, had an indif
ferent set-to that was received with mingled
hisses and cheers. Steve Taylor next
turned up with a sore hand, and faced Jimmie
Taylor, the HoJeyoke light weight.
The disparity in size made the mock com
bat rather ridiculous. At 9:30
o'clock Sullivan put In appearance.
The crowd that had expected t^r see Keeft*
facing him were disgusted as Tom Hinch
again climbed over the pipes. Sullivan of
course tossed flinch around like a baby,
and the audience biased instead of applaud
ing. At the end of the tirst. round Jack
Keefe stood up in the gallery
and yelled out, "Gentlemen, Sullivan's
advance ..gent offered me $100 to stand up
and take a punching. lam willing to do
that now. but Sbeedy says that the advance
agent was not authorized, and if 1 am
knocked out I get nothing."
The crowd applauded Keefe and hissed
Sullivan, so the champion stepped up to
the ropes and said: "I don't like to be
hissed, and don't think I deserve it. I
j always do business on the dead level. We
have mem in the combination that would
make a monkey of this man Keefe. If he
will face me and stay one round, I'll give a
hundred dollars."
Keefe evidently did not care to face Sul
livan without a surety. and did not respond.
After the round was over La Blanch and
Carroll appeared, and another one
handed paidm match followed. The
crowd roared for Keefe and hissed by turns
until Sullivan and Steve Taylor appeared
and gave a tame set-two. which closed the
evening's entertainment, which was one of
the most insipid affairs of the kind tlrft
ever took place In the city. Sullivan gave
the assurance to the crowd that when he
meets Cardiff he will give satisfaction.
Exonerated.
Lyons, charged with embezzlement of
$300 by Mary Bartons, wife of
i Peter Bastons, was dismissed in the
municipal court It was shown that as
agent for the National Life Insurance com
pany of Monpi-iier, Vt., he obtained a loan
of 92.500 for the Bartsous. The security
given was a house and lot, which was guar
anteed as free from encumbrance. Lyons
afterwards found out there were previous
claims against the property amounting to
5i, 200, so. acting under instiuctions, he
withheld $800 of th« loan, and was charged
with embezzling that amount by the Bart
sous.
luinrvEAro!,!-- globules.
There were no cases tried in tbe district
court yesterday.
Peter Goiter was yesterday arraigned In
tbe municipal court upon tbe charge of
rape. His examination was sot for Friday,
and be w&s committed to jail in the mean
time.
Marriage licenses were issued yesterday to
Andrew Larson and Jennie Eliason, Gust
Anderson and Matilda Peterson, Andrew
Anderson and Neliie Johns' n Patrick De/ey,
Jr., and Mary Kelly, Ed Christopherson and
Mary Lee, Adolph Holeniein and Emma
Houstoclt.
Col. A. Homeland, the newsboys friend,
will give a free lecture at Mayflower Congre
ratiomtl church, li_oo__.ins.toi_ avenue and
Twenty-fifth street, this (Wednesday) even
in-., Nov. 3, at 7:30 o'clock. The lecture will
bo illustrated by *c*ne*s on canvas portray
ing many incidents In the lecture and in the
lives of the neglected youths In our cities,
end will be both entertaining and instructive
to both old and young. Everybody invited
and wecomed: subject; "Heroic Boy* and
Girls." Also in Olivet Baptist church, cor
ner Ninth avenue southeast and Fifth street,
on Friday. Nov. 5, at 7:30 p.m.; subject:
"B.>y3 and Girls of One Hundred Cities."
Free to ail.
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ELECTION .ADDEHDA.-
California.
San Francisco, Nov. Partial re
turns from twenty-six counties in the state
excluding San Francisco City aud county
give the following count: Swift, Rep.,
2,477; Bartello, Dein., 2.088; Russell, Pro.,
26; Wiggins. 22; O'Donnell. Ind.. 270.
Republican congressional candidate are
leadiug in all the districts with the excep
tion of the Fifth district, where Felton is
running behind the ticket v.! '.J
Mississippi.
Jackson, Miss., Nov. 2.— election
passed off quietly. A very light vote was
polled. The Following Democrats were
elected to congress without opposition:
First district. J. M. Allen: Fourth district,
Fred G. Barry; Fifth district, C. L. And
j erson; Seventh district, Charles E. Hooker.
The vote of Chalmers, Rep., in the Second
has fallen off. and Morgan, Dem., is prob
ably elected. Catching*,. Dein., is probably
! elected in the Third. Steel-dale. Dem.,
I has probably defeated Lynch, colored Rep.,
in the Sixth.
OSBSU.
A General Eatiotaitf Heffarding tbe
Result in the Stats. .
Cincinnati, 0., Nov. 2.— The chairman
of the Ohio Republican state comui.ttee
claims fifteen Republican congressmen, out
of twenty-one, sure and one doubtful.
Boothman, Rep., defeats Mill for congress
in the Sixth district by a small majority.
Toledo. Nov. 2.— Returns so far from
all points in this congressional district make
the election of Romeis, Rep., certain. over
Frank Hurd.
Cincinnati, 0., Nov. 3.— Returns so
far received cover about one-third of the
state. They show slight changes iv tho
counties outside of Hamilton, where
violent gains were made in a few of the
wards. Setting Hamilton county aside, it
appears that the vote throughout the statu
will very nearly show the same majority as
last year. Adding Hamilton county's
majority would indicate a Republican
majority of from 18,000 to 20,000. This
may be modified by later returns, showing
exceptional gains, but the present outlook
is as above stated.
The chairman of the Ohio Republican
state commitee claims the state by 12.000,
and fifteen congressmen, with two doubt
ful. Wiiiiams. Republican, for congress,
carried the soldiers' home at Dayton by 530
majority.
Midnight returns now at hand,
the following Republican congressmen ap
pear to be elected; Butterworth, First
district; Brown, Second; Williams. Third;
Kennedy, Eighth; Cooper, Ninth; Romeis,
Tenth; Thompson. Eleventh; Pugsley,
Twelfth; Wick ham. Fourteenth. Grosvenor,
Fifteenth; J. D. Taylor, Seventeenth. Mc-
Kinley, Eighteenth: Ezra Taylor, Nine
teenth; Crouse, Twentieth. The Demo
crats have elected Voder in the Fourth;
Seney, Fifth; Hill, Sixth; Outhwaite,
Thirteenth; Wilkins. Sixteenth, and Foran,
Twenty-first, with the Seventh district in
doubt.
Mick learn,
Detroit. Mich., Nov. 2.— The Dem
ocratic committee are claiming the election
of the same congressional delegates that
now represent the state, that is seven Fu
sion and four Republicans. They also say
the vote on the state ticket will be very
close. They claim the electiou of Tarsney
in the Eighth and Whitney in the Seventh,
both considered doubtful districts, as well
as Fisher iii the TenUi. However the
chairman of the Republican statu commit
tee lias telegraphed to Luce that if the pres
ent rate of gains keeps up he will be elected
by from 10.000 to 15.000 plurality. Tho
Free Press estimates show slight Dem
ocratic Cains, which, if carried
out would give Yaple, Fusion,
a plurality of a few hundred.
One hundred and thirty precincts reported
by Western Union bulletins give a Repub
lican plurality of 1,350, which if continued
throughout the state would give the Repub
licans a plurality of 14,000. There seems
little doubt of the election of Chipnian,
Dem.. in the First district. It is probable
the Second district, which is close, has
elected Alien. Rep. The Third will -be
represented by the Republican incumbent
iln the Fourth a Republican, Burrows, has
been elected by an increased majority.
Ihe Fifth, Sixth and Seventh districts have
! not been heard from. Tarsney, Dem., is
i elected in the Eighth, ann Cutcbeon. Rep.,
!In the Ninth. The Teuth and Eleventh
i nave not reported as yet.
2 a. m. — The Democratic state commit
[ tee claims the election of ihe.r ticket by
5.000 plurality, white the Republicans
; make slightly larger claims to the same
thing. jj The fact of the matter is that the
returns' so far received are too scattering
and to small to allow a definite conclusion.
! Only about one-seventh of the state has
been beard from definitely, and in some
contradictory figures seem to be given.
Careful estimate*, would seem to indicate
a Republican plurality, but the Democrats
are gaining, so far as reported, in the
Upper Peninsula, and it seems probable
they may get in enough votes to give them
the election. However, it is mostly guess
work as yet. The two state committees
claim the legislature by small figures.
The Republicans have gained two congress
men and possioly more.
A Republican mate.
New York, Nov. 8. — The Tribune esti
mates that the next senate of the United
States will contain forty nine Republicans
and thirty-four Democrats, a Republican
gain of one, and that the house of repre
sentatives will consist of 155 Republicans
and 170 Democrats, a Republican gain of
thirty. . ,k':iyik.:
The state assembly will probably stand
Republicans 75, Democrats 53, a Demo
cratic gain of 3.
Kansas.
Topeka, Kan., Nov. 2.— Returns to the
Republican state central committee indicate
that Martin's plurality will be between
30,000 and 40,000.
EXTRA!
GRAND OPERA.
COMMENCING MONDAY, NOV. 8,
J. C. DUFFS
Comic Opera Company,
In a superior representation of COMIC
O:" A with t'y-ii.ip.
LILLIAN RUSSKL
VERONA J ARBEAU,
MADELINE LUCETTE,
BESSIE CLEVELAND, ZELDA" SEGUIN,
J. H. B.TL-Y, HARRY S. HILLIABD,
CHAS. W. DUNGUN, JOHN E. NASH,
and FRANKLIN BOUDINOJ.
In the Cast.
___r;ys_.. IOLANTHE i
T « u Si,r A Trip to Africa !
N ■ r hts. ■ ___
j Only and last time of
Friday Nlßht, I THE MIKADO!^
Saturday, [FAREWELL Performance.
Gorgeous Scenes and Costumes. y[
Sale of tea a begins Saturday.
Grand Opera House.
All the week, cowmen ■ ins Utmi&y, Not.'l,
matinees Wednesday and Saturday, Gristlier
and Darlea, supported by a good company,
in Huski Coowa 's tton_j_nee,
"CALLED BACK."
Evening price 5 ......... ..26e, Wo, 750, SI
Matluoa prices.. ............... 250, 500, 75"
lines,
Hengerer
Dale "Co.,
THE LIVE
FIRM,
Of Minneapolis,
Syndicate Block.
TSe Surprise of tlie Season!
A Manufacturer, OYflrstocieil with
SEAL PLUSH SAGQUES
: And forced to r<alne to saie Mms:lf
from baitoptcy.
132 GARMENTS
Secured by us for Minneapolis.
We have calculates carefully the
coat >f production, in I can truthfully
say. to every lady who wishes to buy
a P .U3H SACQUE that V onlay
morning: she c.ii procure a garment at
$20 that cost $25
To Manufacture.
Out of town patrons who desire to
procure one of fiege ararmeuts must
write or telegraph :is at on c, as we
expect to close out the entire lot in
tvvodaya.
prices TALK.
Surprise Oq 2. Arrived just in time
U> trim your Cio_iks and Suits.
250 Pisces
WOVEN FEATHER TRIMMIHG,
In all the new solid coloring:?: also in
mixed coiorin?. Will be soid
MONDAY, NOVEMBER _,
AT
25c Per Yard.
PRICES TALK.
Surprise No. 3. Bonarht purposely for
this gale-
ONE CASE
Hand Loom Striped
SI VelVets,
- ■•■ >
All the desirable shades. Will be
-'-v. ;-"-! vV offered
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 1,
At $1.17.
PRICES TALK.
Mail Orders on any of tbe ahove will
i be filed within an hour of t__eir ar
\ rival, . kk'Xky k -■--•_
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Hengerer
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