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_ Youthful Eighth-Ward Couple Skip to
Eadgejdom and Get United for
Better or Worse.
The Courts Busy Severing the Marital
Bonds of Those Who Are Chafed
CoL Hogeland's Noble Work for the
Newsboys-- Funds for a Home
L Large Sum of Money Saved to the
City— Order of St. Andrews-
The home of Willis James, county treas
urer-elect, was Invaded by a wee bit of a ro
mance yesterday. Residing with the James
famil, ,on Stevens avenue and Lake street,
was Miss Annie Honey, sister-in-law of Mr. ;
James, a bright, winsome girl of 17 Minnesota
summers ana fairer than all the earth be-
Bides, in the eyes of i.on _ entfrow, aged 19.
They loved, but uncongenial fate did not
smile on their affection, principally because
they were young an I because you up Rent
irow. though an ardent lover, hud not laid up i
much of this world' f-ooJs. Balked by cold
and calculating relatives, the young people j
planned for themselves. On Thursday even- |
ing- Miss Haney went off to spend the night
with a young lady acquaintance, bul her fare
wells niiL'ht have" been noticed as extremely
fond for only one night's absence. She went
ana you Ben tf row met her. and together
they hied them io some Gretna Green in Wis
consin, where difficult questions are not pro- I
pounded as to the age and consent of parents j
to tbe union of young and loving hearts, j
They were married and, as man and wife,
have returned to receive the congratulations,
for the withholding of which there is now no
jx,"."* , ii , *_» THE inicK.
A "List of Those vi iio Wish to Pull
in -ia_c*le Harness.
The divorce case of Emma Hoit against !
Wiiiard C. Hoit, on the Ground of cruel treat- I
_cut and failure to support, was heard by j
Judge Young yesterday, and a divorce j
granted. The parties were married at Chero- i
kee, la.. Sept. 29, ls'S. and have three chil- i
dren, the oldest 7 years of age. ln October last .
Mr. Hoit began a course of cruel treatment, '
aad started to lead a fast life. At one time
he took another woman to the St, James ho
tel and registered as man and wife.
Before Judye Lochren, Mary Smith, a neat
looking colored woman, secured a divorce
from Miles V. Smith, a soldier at Fort Snell
ins. on the grouud of ill-treatment and failure
In the district court yesterday, Laura Ma
tilda Robinson, a pretty three-year-old child,
was adopted by Mr. and Mrs. Orville A. Stone
man. The child is tho daughter of Mrs.
Laura _'. Robinson, a sister of Mrs. Stone
Judge Young beard the divorce case of
Jennie Warren against William 11. Warren,
on the ground of drunkenness, cruel treat
ment and desertion. Bub husband and wife
have considerable Indian blood in their veins
— in fact, the husband is an interpreter of the ]
Chippewa language. They were married iv !
St. Paul. Dec. -•:. l^Tti. and have two chil
dren. Some three or four years after they |
were married Mr. Warren deserted his wife
and went to live in the White Earth reserva- I
tion, where he is now residing, it is said, with j
another woman. Mrs. Warren has been liv
ing with her parents, who have taken care of
the children. Mr. Warren did not put in an
appearance and a divorce was granted.
Charles Rhody secured a divorce from
Bertha Rhody because she deserted him.
Thanks to the Demecrotic Soard off
In the district court yesterday Judges
Young, Lochren and Rea beard the applica
tion for a peremptory writ of mandamus de
manded by the city of Minneapolis to compel
County Auditor McDonald to extend on the
tax list of the city $140,000 for the permanent
improvement fund, wnich the board of tax
levy of Hennepin county had failed to provide
for. The city council, however, ordered such
tax to be levied, but the auditor refused to
levy it. Upon the return of tbe application
for the peremptory writ County Attorne .
Davis, in behalf of the auditor, moved to
quash the alternative writ, which was
granted. The reason the auditor would not
extend the levy was because the special law
estabiishing the board of tax levy provides
that n<> tax may be levied over and above the
limit hied by the board of tax levy.
a I.tlPt.-* M INTAKE,
But It Came Near Causing a. Good
Deal of 'I rouble.
A wrong word in a deed, no matter how
small, may cau^e serious difficulties some
times. A case of this kind was illustrated
yesterday, when Mary H. Dv Bois filed in the
district court papers askinir that she might
be adjudged the owner of lot 2, block 10,
Lake View addition. In making out the deeds,
Mrs. Dv Bois claims the lawyer who acted as
the attorney of Helen M. Cowles, one of the
persons from whom the land was purchased,
jsed the word ••his" in place of the word
•her," and this, it seems, has cast a cloud
pon the title.
"THE "*iE WSKOYS* FRIE.*«D.'t
The Work Col. tlosreland is Doing—
Where tie St ill >peak.
Col. Homeland's work among the newsboys
n this city has been productive of much
rood, and already the plan of erecting a
new-boys' home is meeting with hearty ap
proval. Friends are beginning to organize,
and the raising of funds has been b-gun.
This morning Col. Ho -eland will occupy the
pulpit of C.C Herriott, ot St. Paul, and in
theevening will speak in Minneapolis at the
Church of the Redeemer. His subject will
be: "Work Among the Youths of the Street,"
and in his lecture Col. Homeland will relate
bis experience among the newsboys for the
last firteen years. A general invitation is ex
THE AniMniM STAGE.
Another Itig E f_te_-at—AUiao i
tion* a» the >>. vera I Theaters.
Tbe Duff Opera company las: night com- |
pleted what has been one of the most suc
cessful operatic engagements of the season,
having given seven performances to as many
crowded houses. Lillian Russell, trimmed j
down to a pleasing state of plumpness, aud I
Vernoua Jarbeau.not plump.but graceful and \
pretty, and Zelda Beguiu. fair, round and
melodious this trio furnished abundant
feminine attraction. By ley, Milliard and
Na- fa corresponded in the male couplement,
and made up a solid company.
•T-GHTS O _ >.*>• ON.
That celebrated melodrama, "Lights
■"•'London," which will commence a three
iays' engagement to-morrow evetrmr at th»
[Jrand opera house, is unquestionably one of
:he best and most magnificently appointed
plays ever presented to the public. Tue
dialogue is bright, crisp end well written.
Comedy, pathos i.nd the highest order of
Iramatic action are so deftly blended to
gether as to leave no room for improvement.
Two hundred and fifty children from the
Catholic parochial schools visited the Battle
at Atlanta panorama yesterday, and as soou
is the co-operation of the board of education
is secured days will be maae for ea-'h of the
leveral public schools at a nominal price of
Idmission. There has been during the week
in increased attendance of citizens of that
.urge class who have been waiting until the
•rush and the hot weather is over before
'coking at the great painting. The panorama
rill not be open to-day, and in the future net
it all on Sunday.
The Pence opera bouse opens to-morrow
•veniug in the play of "Divorced." Tais will
•un up to and Including WeJnesday evening.
♦Good as Gold, or the Miner's Trust," will be
presented tae latter part of the week. There
rill be the regular Wednesday and Saturday
The Ko-Ko Pantomime company opens at
;beComique this week and will give a good
performance. Prof. George Ryland's dog
»nd monkey circus is a feature that will at
tract much attention.
Babel, the cowboy pianist, will De at the
lime museum for the last time this week. On
ibe lower stage John C. Leach and his big
toinpanv will present "Carl's Visit."
The famous Fantaska quartette will give
(elections at Columbia Music hall every even
ing this week.
••The Tin Soldier," Hoyt's latest comedy,
•rill be on the opera house boards the last
aalf of this week.
The panorama of the Battle of Atlanta
continues to draw large houses.
Order of St. Andrew.
A large and enthusiastic meeting of young
men was beld in the guild room back of St.
Mark's church last evening for the purpose
of organizing a chapter of the Brotherhood of
St. Andrew. Rev. T. B. Wells, D. 1).. pre
sided. The following officers were elected for
the ensuing year: Presides^ John R. Van
Deriip; vice president, Fred _L Harden bergh;
secretary and treasurer. Hector Baxter. The
brotherhood has been organized under the
most favorable conditions and promises to be
an active agent in St. Mark's parish. The
president, C. H. Childs and Wyllys Jones were
appointed a committee to arrange for a social
reception on the evening of St. Andrew's day
at the rectory, 33 Sixth street south.
CAP!'. It. AC I OX,
Late Her majesty's Service, Carbolic
Smoke Bail Company, Xov. 13,
ISS6. in ilea is, "fii tin.
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monials you already possess, and as I have
known "Carbolic Smoke Ball" from almost its
birth, and was one of many to test and prove
its efficacy, and having a great many friends
in the East who have also been benefited in
some cases to complete recovery after many
years of suffering from catarrh. I think I may
be reckoned among those who know most of
your valuable remedy. Wishing you much
success in your Western enterprise, very
truly yours. Richard Acton,
2013 Fourth avenue south.
For sale by all leading drugjrists, or sent on
receipt of price, 1 *2.0 i. Free test at our ladies'
and gents 1 parlor, 319 Nicollet avenue,
a i.i. sours.
Tom Lowry in Europe, and Sam Hill in
Minneapolis, keep up a caWegrapbic corre
spondence, as becomes two street railway
magnates, li -.ore the former sailed, they
arranged a cypher series, for convenience
and economy, so when Sam called Tom,
"Here's hoeh," the operators were no wiser.
By referring to his memorandum book, Tom
found this meant: "Ames was defeated, but
the shave was so close it took our breath
"Register Huhn is an aecomrnodatinff official
and when a man brings in a deed for record
and whispers: "Don't let the papers get this,"
George sees that no one knows about it.
This may be clever, but is it right?
One of the ladies who voted at the Second
precinct of the Eighth ward, on Nov. 2, is a
bright young woman, with ideas of her own
and language in which to express them. She
came from lowa and is an ardent Republican.
Her lady friends are all Democrats and some
discussions resulted. Last Wednesday
she Invited them to a lunch she hud prepared,
and when they had assembled she announced
that this washer little treat to celebrate the
election. Each lady was given a handsome
silk badge, with "McGill" sited across the
bottom and a Sower in the center. The ladies
quietly reversed the badges and pinned Mo-
Gill under, leaving only the flower to show.
But this did uot disturb the hilarity of the
occasion or mar the celebration.
It is rumored the Pray Manufacturing
company may sell out to a railroad company.
This is not the first time this rumor has been
The time is approaching when people en
tirel unknown to each other will seat them
selves on a narrow strip of wood, twine their
legs about the persons before them, and shoot
rapidly down the hill. This is called tobog
One of the classes at the university spent
yesterday debating the proposition: "Re
solved, that country life is preferable to city
life." History, theology, anthropology, men
tal science, physical geography and political
economy were overhauled for authority, and
the discussion was marked by a depth of feel
ing and a breadth of view truly remarkable.
In college boarding houses last evening noth
ing but fish, phosphorus and other brain food
was called for at tea.
Mr. John McPherson, of Kintail, Ont., en
tered th c Globe office yesterday and gently
whispered that he was the champion "shot
putter" of the world: also that he was ex
tremely anxious to match a Canadian light
weight against one of the several champions
of the Northwest in that class. He had been
balked in his heart's desire by the refusal of
the local pugilists to come to the point. He
carelessly tossed two one hundred dollar bills
on the sporting editor's desk with the re
mark that he would like to deposit
that small amount in evidence of the fact
that he meant business. The S. E. informed
him that the display of such inordinate wealth
was unnecessary, and Mr. McPherson went
out on the street where he soon met a couple
of sporting gentlemen. The meeting of these
congenial spirits was, of course, followed by
an invitation to drink. After Mr. McPherson
had imbibed once or twice he suddenly no
ticed that the buildings seemed to be
floating around him in a dizzy circle,
while the sidewalk upon which he
was standing assumed a vertical instead
of a horizontal position. He had the presence
of mind to feel for his $200. and missed it.
He realized then too late that he had been
"doped," and waiting until a policeman came
by, he caught on to the blue-coat and en
deavored to explain that he had been robbed.
The intelligent policeman, with great prompt^
ness, seized Mr. McPherson by the nape of
the neck and gently pulled him to the poiice
station, where he was placed in a recumbent
position oa the sofa in cell No. 4. Whether
or not Mr. MeP arson's challenge, which is
printed elsewhere, is open to the world re
mains to be seen.
It was rumored yesterday that the switch
men in the yard of the Minneapolis, Lyndale
Si Minnetonka railroad, on First avenue south
in front of the Globe office, had struck for
an increase of pay. President F. C. Pills
bury states that this is untrue so far as he
can discover. One of the switchmen had
laid off on account of sickness and the other
was doing double duty in the meanwhile. He
did not, however, apprehend any general
strike on the part of the two switchmen em
Bank clearings yesterday amounted to
The Minneapolis Law club held a meeting
The White Cross society meets at the Y. H.
C. A. rooms this afternoon.
Rev. K. Jansen lectures Monday evening at
the Second versa list church.
Nov. 15 the Chicago Avenue Improvement
association will mcc' at 294" Chicago avenue.
A meeting will be held at St. Mark's church
to-night to organize a Brotherhood of St. An
Seventy-three deeds were recorded in the
office of the register of deeds yesterday, ag
The White Cross society (in the interest
of social purity), meets at the W. C. T. U.
rooms, 220 Hennepin avenuo. to-day at 3 p. m.
St. Paul's Episcopal church ha* changed its
hour of morning service from 10:30 to 11 a.
m. to accommodate parishoaers living at a
Marriage licences were issued yesterday to
Eliss Swenson :.rsd Anna Wirett: Eric John
son and Wilhelmina Olson; Peter McAlpiu
and Christie McLoud.
Joseph E. Holies, who sued the Sachs
Pruden company to recover $30,000. alleged
to be due for breach of contract, got a ver
dict of $'-.!'">*• yesterday.
At the Church of the Redeemer Rev. 51. D.
Shutter will preach this morning. Subject:
"The Poetic Element in Jesus." In the
evening Col. Hog- land will lecture upon the
"Youth of Our Cities."
The German Democratic club of the Sixth
ward is called to meet at 3p. m. to-day at G.
Deisting's store. 255 Twentieth avenue south.
All members are expected to attend, and all
Germans of the city are cordially invited to
At the Church of Christ (Disciples), corner
Portland avenue and Grant street. Rev. A. P.
Cobb, evanglist. wiil preach to-day at 10:30,
and in the evening at 7:30. Morning subject:
"Life's Review;" evening subject: "The
Dead Line of the Soul."
I. Busing, secretary of the St. Paul section
of the national labor party, has by letter in
vited Evert Nymanover. of this city, to ac
company Dr. and Mrs. Aveling next Tuesday
afternoon to St. Paul, and there act as chair
man of the meeting of the Hocialists.
Those wishing first-class music for balls,
parties, clubs, receptions, etc.. would do well
to call on Millard & Thyle's orchestra. Mr.
Millard can be found at the vaults of the
Minnesota Loan and Trust company and Mr.
Tayle at 423 Seventh avenue south.
Evert Nymanover will address the Scandi
navian section of the national socialistic
labor part} this afternoon at 3 o'clock in
Martin's hall, corner Washington and Cedar
avenue. There are many Scandinavians, it is
said, who are to take part in the demonstra
tion to-morrow evening at Turner hall, where
Dr. Aveling will deliver his lecture on "Mod
Miss Lena Kohler, of Mankato, was a guest
of Mrs. J. C. Henderson last week.
Dr. Elizabeth J. French, of Philadelphia
(Christian scientist), is at the West house.
J. H. Smith and sister. Miss Addie, accom
panied by Miss Kate Sbeehan, went to Grace
ville on "Wednesday to attend the marriage of
their sister, Miss Katie, to T. H. Don ahoe, of
'I rin . F.ee.
Compound oxygen treatment Rooms 2
and 3, Sidle block, Minneapolis.
McLain is selling $1.25 black silk for 90c,
and all colored silks for 87 cents; also, all
light shades of satin for 75 cents. At Mc-
Lain's SS4 Wabasha street
Ken's Overshoes 75 Cents,
All new goods, at Lovering's sale.
"HIE ST. PAUL DAILY GLOBS ' SUNDAY MOI-NT-TO. NOVEMBER 14, SIXTEEN PAGES.
BLED TO DEATH.
A Man Killed at Stillwater by a "Ro- J
Serious Accident Caused by a Jump
From a Train.
At about 5:45 p. m. yesterday a most
j distressing accident happened at the J. S.
! Anderson & Co. mill across the lake, which
! resulted in the death of John Wicklund, oue
|of the employes of the mill. The cause was
the bursting of a rotary slab-saw, which,
parting in three pieces, sent one of them
crashing into the left breast of the unfortu
nate man, catting a fearful gash just in front
of the left shoulder blade, from which he
bled to death in about fifteen minute— pa
trol wagonwas summoned by telephone as soon
: as the accident occurred, and accompanied
i by D . li. J. Merrill, went at once to the mill,
i but life was extinct before their arrival, and
al! that could be done was to convey the re
; mains to the city, where they were taken to
tae undertaking rooms of Mueller & Spindel
to be prepared for interment. The
deceased was a Swede about 50 years
of age, and the father of a large
family of children. Misfortune seems to have
been the poor man's lit. Only about three
years in this country, he had just begun to
get along a little when sickness overtook his
family and two sons and a daughter suc
cumbed to typhoid fever Id about three
mouths the past smnm^r, while another child
lies very ill now. Then his left eye troubled
him, and a clot of Dlond forming in it, de
i stroyed the sight entirely, and now comes the
accident which ends his career. He leaves a
daughter 2 i years <> : aire, who works at the
Central hou.'e, and a wife and three smaller
children at tome. The mill where the poor
i man met his death was only a few days since
tne scene or another accident where two
0-00*8 legs were broken, nut in neither ease
was there any blame to be attached, as
each catastrophe came through unavoidable
A very large progressive euchre party was
given on Thursday evening by Mr. and Mrs. j
H. C. Ferguson, at which the following ladies
and gentlemen were present: Dr. W, H.
Pratt aud wife. Col. E. M. Kolsom and wife,
Mr. and Mrs. Joan Goodrich, Mr. and Mrs. G.
F. Sabin , Mr. and Mrs. Newton McKusick.Dr.
Marshall and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Muensall,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Berry, Mr. and Mrs. Hoy
den, Mr. and Mrs. John Conrad. Mesdame3
Torinus, Rood, McMillian, McClure, Yon
Tafsel, Muensall, Staples, Webster, Swain,
Conrad, Misses Alcott, MuensaU, Folsom,
Sneed, Smith. Swedly, and Messrs. McClure,
Bristol. French, Herbert McKusick, Muen
sall, Myron McKusick.G. Torinus and Wilson.
The occasion was highly enjoyed by all who
Tae patrol was summoned at a few minutes
before 8 last evening to Sehulenberg's addi
tion, where a man named James Lowry, who
resides with his wife and child on the North
hill, was found insensiole from the shock of
jumping from a train while in motion.
Lowry, who is a bridge builder, had oeen
working in St. Paul and was returning on the
7:25 Duluth train and evidently jumped off
to save the walk from the depot home, his
residence being not far from where he was
found. He was conveyed to the office of Dr.
Millard, who pronounced him insensible from
concussion aud who thought no bones were
Mr. and Mrs. William Goddard, who reside
on the Norm hill, were surprised by a party
of their friends on Monday evening last, the
occasion being the thirteenth anniversary
of their wedding. An elegant china tea set
was presented to the couple by their friends.
Bey. D. H. Simpson making the presentation
speech, which was responded to by Mr. God
dard in a few well-chosen remarks. The
ladies served a lunch, to which the guests,
some thirty in number, did ample justice,
Mr. and Mrs. Benjrstrem, of the Merchants
bouse on Third street, were treated to a sur
prise party on Friday nijrhtfrom seme fifteen
couples of their friends, who passed a very
pleasant evening. Supper was served and
dancing formed a prominent feature of the
The Guild will be entertained next Tuesday
evening at the residence of E. A. Folsom,
Esq.. by Mrs. W. G. Bronson. Jr., Mrs. Vf. E.
Barrtem and Miss Minnie Folsom. Supper
will be served from 6 to 9 p. m.
The two brothers and a sister of J. W.
Eichten, of this city, are visiting him from
Sleepy Eye, Minn., and will remain two
Ail on Account nf a Shirt.
Quite a commotion was raised on Third
street yesterday. A nicely-dressed gent
walking down the street began suddenly to
snap, snarl and grumble like one in a fit,
at the same time pull and haul at his throat
as if in great pain or suffocation.
When directly in front of Goyei Bros.'
furnishing store. 137 East Third street, a
different look came into his eyes. Pushing
the door open he entered the store, and
seizing the collar of his shirt with both
hands, he tore it entirely from his body,
and, as he laid the tattered fragments
before the astonished clerk, shouted: "In
heaven's name, give me a shirt that will tit '
me at the neck, i've suffered a thousand ;
deaths with this infernal home-made tor
turing machine." When he emerged from
the store a happy, contented look was on
his face, for he had on a shirt that fitted
his form. Goyer Bros, give a perfect fit
every time, and have an elegant stock of
goods to select from. Not only do they
deal in perfect-fitting shirts, but they mate
a specialty of underwear. Call aud ex
amine for yourself
McLain is selling eighteen inch plush in
all shades sor $1.35. Don't forget the place.
MeL-in'B, 384 Wabasha street.
Physicians and Surgeons
All say that the Baty artificial limbs are
the best manufactured in St. Paul and
I»Ic lunar. Iflc.tlnrraii — ; Co.
Have seventeen acres right at the depot on
ttice street, adjoining Roger's addition,
which can be bought at half the retail price
of lots and better property, if taken at once.
Will be sold in whole or parts. i
1,000 $2 Washita? a chine* Free
To introduce them. If you want one send
at once to Monarch Laundry Works, 89
Randolph street. Chicago. 111.
A Great ... in non
In underwear and hosiery, at McLain's,
•J*>4 Wabasha street.
tlo St. Louis Park.
Band of Music to Accompany the
Get a Home.
The Most Beautiful Spot, The Finest
Trees, the Liaraest Lots.
St. Louis park will have 60 to 100 honses
j built next year. Pure air, pure water,
I lovely trees, wide streets, with all the lake
j attractions around us, is what we claim.
I Also steam cars which carry us to St. Louis
j depot in 13 minutes, or one-half the time it
j takes to go to Lake street on a cold street
car. Quarter-acre lots 94109, one-third cash,
balance live years' time, on or before, at 7
per cent interest. If at any time before
Sept. 1, 1887, you decide to build a house,
you get *25 per cent, rebate. Abstracts of
title furnished with every lot sold. One
can secure a home now which it will be
hard to obtain at any price in a few years
as the city becomes densely populated.
Some of these lots will sell readily in a few
years at 52. 000 or S3. Odd. Use your fore
sight and select a choice lot Any body's
hindsight is good. We can all look down
the ladder and see where we ought to have
taken stuff on at ground-floor prices, but
failed to catch on. Go see this early for
yourself and consult your own judgment,
not other people's. Free excursion train
Wednesday, Nov. 17, at 9:30 a. m., from
Minneapolis & St Louis depot coiner
Third street and Fourth avenue north.
The new sheathing lath introduced in the
Northwest by E. T. Sumwalt is rapidly gain
ing favor with the trade. Orders for it are
CO— ling in from all quarters. Mr. Sumwalt's
sales for last week footed up 150,000 feet.
The advantages of this new lath are apparent
to all who examine it. Its advantages are:
Ist. It makes a stronger wall. 2d. It makes a
warmer wall. 3d. It saves one-third the studd
ing. 4th. It saves space as the studding can
be used flat for all interior partitions Miss.
Valley Lumberman & Manufacturer. For
E. T. SUMWALT.
Lumber Dealer. Gilflll an Block, St. PauL
monday, tuesday and wednesday,
Matinee Wednesday, Nov. 16, 10 and 17,
"Lights O' London."
Last Three Days of the Week,
HOYT'S "TIN SOLDIER."
Prices 51, 75c, 50c and 25c. y
PENCE OPERA HOUSE.
WEEK OP NOV. 15.
First Half of Week, the World-Eenowned
Corned v Drama,
Second Half of Week the Great Sensational
Play, "GOuD AS GOLD," or "THE MINER'S
TRUST." Matinees for Ladies and Children
every Wednesday and Saturday afternoons.
Admission 10c, 20c and 30c. ,
Homeopathic Hospital Fair
CASINO OPERA HOUOfc
NOV. 17. 18, 19. 20,
Entirely in the interest of Sweet Charity.
Two (*.') fine lots, one in Van Nest's addition,
value about JJ" 10, and one in Fridley Park,
value about $*> H),to be voted to other worthy
charitable institutions. An elegant crayon
portrait of Hahnemann, by Miss Clara V.
Shaw, now on exhibition at Wales & Co.'s,
value $100. to be voted to the most popular
Homeopathic physician. The affair will be
very attractive and entertaining. A good
band will be in attendance. Artistic booths,
fancy tables, '-art gallery," "cherry-colored
cat," dancing in costume, etc., etc. Supper
will be served from Bto 10. Oysters on call.
Dancing (select programme) from 10 to 12.
Admission, 25 Cents.
219, 221, 223 First Avenue So_t_,
W. W. Brown. ...„...«►» Manager
Jakes Whe___k Business Manager
Monday, Nov. 15. 1886. and Every Evening
During the Week,
THE KO-KO PANTOMIME COMPANY!
Andy Morris, the Great Clown ; George Ryland,
the Original Pantaloon: also. Prof.
DOG AND MONKEY CIRCUS I
With a New and Bright Specialty Company.
Matinees Thursday and Sunday. Popular
prices. Extra Announcement: Friday even
ing, Nov. 19, 1886, will occur the Battle of
Giants— McHenry Johnson will try to stop
Alf Renoak in Ten Rounds. This match will
be fought on its merits, and no hippodrome.
BATTLE of ATLANTA
THE GREAT WAR PASORABJ,
Fifth street, near Nicollet, Minneapolis. Open
daily from 8 a. m. to 10 p. m.
Pronounced by competent critics the most
vivid, realistic and grandest War Panorama
yet produced. Admission — Adults, 50 cents;
children under fifteen, 25 cents.
LOST OU STOLE N*.
OW STRAYED- A brindle milch cow, 5
years old, rope aronnd horn*: one ramp
bone rises to a sharp point; got oat of my lot the
12th inst. A liberal reward by T. A. Harrison,
803 Fourth ay. south.
~~~ TRIAL REE.
COMPOUND OXYGEN treatment. Having
had 5 years' experience with the above
treatment in Chicago, I feel justified in saying it
will speedily relieve, if persevered in perman
ently cure bronchitis, consumption — alter all
other means have failed— asthma, catarrh, scrof
ula, dyspepsia, rheumatism, neuralgic, chronic,
sore throat, epileptic fits, nervous exhaustion,
paralysis and all kidney diseases. Rooms 2 and
3. Sidle block, Minneapolis, 31S
■The Monstrous Purchase hy
U. "S. One-Price Clothing Co.,
Men's Boys' and Children's
Will afford us the opportunity
of selling these goods at thß
Seeing is Believing !
D. S. One-Price Clothing Co.,
Cor. Seventh & Jackson Sts.
Sends her washing to the
Cascade Steam Laundry and
so do I. and I tell you it's the
boss; work done first-class;on
time, called for and delivered
to any part of the city; or
send your goods from the
country by mail or express;
All Kinds at 53 Filth St. S.
Hat Racks, Easy Chairs.
Itocicrs of all kinds.
Chamber Sets, Parlor Suit-
Lounges, Extension Tables,
Book Cases, Chiffoniers.
By B^BE VERIDG l__
Over 226 Washington avenuo south, Minne
apolis, Specialist; Chronic Diseases, Blood
Throat. Nose, Skin. Kidneys and Bladder.
Patent Law- F. Williamson,
Room 15, Collom Block, Minneapolis. Solid
tor of patents, counsellor in patent oases.
Two Tears an .Examiner in _*. S. Pa-
Cullum's Painless Method
Of Tooth Extraction.
Filling. $1.00, up.
Cor. Seventh, and Wabasha, St. Paul.
Found running at large within the City of
St. Paul, in violation of the ordinances of said
city in relation to impounding animals, and
taken up by the Poundmaster of said city,
and not redeemed, the hereinafter described
Now therefore, in accordance with law, 1
will sell at public auction in front of the pub
lic pound, on Eagle street, in said city, on
the 15th day of November. 1836, at 10 o'clock
in tho forenoon. to the highest bidder for cash,
ONE RED COW.
White spot on the l'oreuo.id .
Police Officer Acting Poundmaster.
W. F. FI FIELD & CO.,
Lumber Dealers, have removed to -chock's
Building, Room No. 1,
Corner Seventh and Broadway.
Dale 4 Co,
THE LIVE I
"The Unexpected Most Always
We have no secrets abo
our business. We desire
the public to kno v all the
ins and outs connected
The Gilbert Manufactur
ing Company, of Ware,
Mass., are to-day ahead of
any other company in the
Dress Fabrics !
We have always bought
largely from them, and, to
the best of our knowl
edge, their goods have
always given the consum
er "oerfect satisfaction, and
never more so than this
season. They have noti
fied us of a
44-inch wide Fancy All-
Wool Mixtures, that have
been sold at 75c, 85c and
$1, are reduced so that we
can offer them to all
Nothing like them ever
shown at the price.
HAIR LINES AND CHECKS,
Also the Solid Colors
that are so popular and
have sold so well at $1,
$1.10, $1.25 and $1.30,
are now reduced so low
that we have pleasure in
announcing to the public
that our price for them is
This is undoubtedly the
greatest reduction in price
of new and desirable goods
ever made, and we trust
the ladies will take full
advantage of this great
and magnanimous offer
Another and another,and
still there is more to fol
50 dozen Black Russian
Hair Muffs will be offered
this week at
50 CENTS EACH!
Dale & Co.
"NO PENT UP UTICA
Contracts our powers. The whole boundless
continent is ours."
Hello, there! You young reprobate. "What
are you doing up there?
Why! I'm giving Liberty a boost! Who are
Well ! they call me Uncle Sam, and I'm not go
ing to suffer any desecration of this statue. Do
you see my navy out there?
Is that what you call it? But, uncle, this aint
"desecration," this is business.
Ah! That's:theUTK,isit? How long do you
want to leave it up?
Just a few days. I want to call attention to
their unexcelled variety of FINE SCHNABAL
IMPORTED ELYSIAN OVERCOATS and
ELEGANT SUITINGS, and particularly their
"ARC TIC" STORM COAT at $25, with rubber
interlining. The warmest and most dressy
storm coat in the world.
Let's see, young man, what's their number ?
301 and 303 Nicollet avenue, corner Third
NoCircus is Complete Without a Clown
§ Everybody langlis
One grand, continuous, uninter
rupted performance of the unpar
alleled and unprecedented success
of the season.
FIVE YEARS' ENGAGEMENT
Drs. Sutherland, Ray & Keith,
33 Washington Ay. South,
The original and only successful
operators of the only positively
' painless system for the extraction,
v of teeth. From one to twenty-eight
\ teeth extracted in one minute,
9 without any pain whatever or un-
pleasant sensation. No cbloro
-1 form. No ether. No poisonous
,-t, drugs. No pain. No sickness.
*^"^ 1 No after effects. Every operation
A a success. Every patient an en-
A thusiastio advertiser of the cele
-i J brated system for the painless ex
) traction of teeth. Beware of
■J others advertising painless den
a*"^ tistry. Remember the street and
number, end make sure that you
are not misled by imitators. Pat
ronize the original. Sutherland,
Kay & Keith are the original.
BEST SET OF TEETH, $8
They operate the largest dental establishment In the world. Two floors of the Wesley*
Neill twenty-three parlors and operating rooms. Largest faculty of cultivated*
skilled and competent operators, expert extractors, skilled and efficient workmen. Their
institution is supplied *itb all the appliances and instrrmeuts that study, invention and a
liberal expenditure of money can secure. No institution doing a moderate business can
afford for the limited numbor of patients that come within their circuit to thoroughly equip
with such a costly and complete outfit for expeditious, substantial and elegant work. Their
prices for the very best work are nearly 50 per cent, lower than other establishments. They
will do the very best work, warrant it for a natural lifetime, and save you one-half on Tour
dental bills. They are not at war with other dentists. Onthe other hand, they are always
ready and willing to impart any information or lend any assistance that will be of mutual
benefit to other dentists and their patients. Prices are lower than usual prices for preciselj
the same reason that the wholesale dealer's Is less than the retail dealer. Their extensive
business, good reputation and well-known professional standing has resulted in a business so
large that a very small margin nets a comfortable income. Over four hundred patients actu
ally treated the last seven days. Everybody satisfied. Consultation free.
GOLD FILLINGS, $1.50.
Open evenings for the accommodation of working people and Sundays for urgent and
necessary business. _--.---.-,«, «* «.-».,» „*.«
SUTHERLAND, RAY & KEITH, PAINLESS DENTISTS.
38 Washington Avenue South. 38
Sour Mash Nelson County
No Patent Rakes. No Yeast.
17,000 Feet Hot-Air Pipe in U.
S. Bonded Warehouse
In barrels and cases "by
J . . A. _tsAJ\J____L 5
45 Washington Avenue South, Minneapolis, Minn.
For sale by all handlers of fine -whiskies.