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DICKIE BIRDS ARE MAD. Tlieir Tempers Ruffled by Ohio's De partment Commander 6. A. R. WHY THEY DENOUNCE HIM. The Capital of Hoosierdom Is Overrun With Cold Water Cham pions. Indianapolis, May 29.— Little else has been talked of to-day anions the Prohibitionists than the action of As sistant Adjt. Gen. Walker, of the State Grand Army department, in issuing his order forbidding the participation of the "Blue and Gray," and indirectly of the delegates of the convention in to morrow's memorial parade. The visitors are indignant and tlieir feelings have been intensified by the appear ance of a supplementary notification to Col. N. R. Ruck, c, chief of staff, to "see that the . order is carried into effect." What is called the "Blue and Gray" is a suborganization of the national party, composed of Union and ex-Confederate veterans. Brought into existence at the Ohio state convention some two years ago its, membership is now reaching out over the entire country. A week or so ago R. E. Hudson, of Alliance, 0., grand commander of the organization, addressed a letter to the local committee having charge of the Decoration day services, to the effect that as- a large number of ex-soldiers would be in the city to-morrow, they would be glad to unite in the cere monies of the day as individuals, but not as an organization. To this Col. Black, chairman of the local committee, returned a courteous reply, in which he intimated that they would be glad to have the members of the "Bine and the Gray" march with their old comrades as individuals but not as an organization of a political character. This was satis factory to everybody concerned, and the local Blues and Grays made prepara tions to participate in the ceremonies of the morrow. But Walker's general order has put another phase on the mat ter, and the joint participation is not only declared off, but the "Blues and the Grays," with all the delegates and non-accredited visitors behind them will have a parade of their own on Thursday night. Hudson said to-day that the proceeding was very discour teous. They had only desired to join in the exercises as private soldiers and old citizens. "If 1 were South on Decora tion day," he said, "and was asked by an ex-Confederate to go out and witness the ceremony of decorating the graves of even the confederate dead, 1 would be glad to do it, although I am a Union soldier and a member of the Grand Army.*' Rev. Dr. Jutkins, of Chicago, secre tary of the national committee, was highly indignant when Walker's order was brought to his attention. "1 can not trust myself to speak," he said, "tor fear that 1 should go beyond bounds. The fact is that the Grand Army has degenerated into A POLITICAL MACHINE. It was originated as a patriotic organ ization to keep alive the sentiment of patriotism. instead of that it keeps alive sectionalism and hatred. I am astounded at this action." Prof. Sam uel Dickie, of Albion. Mich., chairman of the national committee, was equally wroth. "1 regret this action on the part of Walker, whoever he may be," he said to-night: "It is an exhibition of partisanship and a waving of the bloody shirt that is absolutely disgraceful, ft will hurt nobody but himself. • It is cer tainly not in the interest of harmony, but will have a decided tendency to ward perpetuating sectional spirit." These expressions of opinion indicate the general feeling among the Prohibi tionists to-night. Un the other hand, what local Grand Army men it has been possible to see uphold Walker's action, on the ground that the Prohibition affiliations of the "Blue and the Gray" tend to make it more or less of a political organization. Delegates to the convention of both sexes have been pouring in on every train, and the streets are crowded with them tonight. The special train with the Eastern con tingent was delayed, and did not get in until this evening. It was gaily decor ated, and carried as a portion of its equipment a big wooden crank with a hand organ in its interior. At every way station of any account the train was stopped, the crank deposited on the platform and a Prohibition tune or two ground out for the edification of the astonished natives. Ex-Gov. St. John arrived in escort of the California delegation, and found a band of music awaiting him. The streets were so muddy that the delegation took to the sidewalk, while the band and a single carriage containing the governor went through the principal streets of the city, leaving the escort so far in the rear that the crowd wondered what it all meant. Sam Small slipped in unobserved, and so did Mother Stewart, of Ohio. Frances E.Willard and other leading lights of the party. All of the delegates were sup plied with badges before their departure from home, but they found that a plen teous supply, in all the colors of the rainbow and more and of a dozen designs, had been laid in by the local committee, and they quickly pre empted the hospitality. Some of them are wearing six and seven, making a solid line across the breast. The press badges are of the bright yellow of a quarantine Hag. The Eastern delegates have a spiral badge with the inscription "Billy Yanks." That of the Wolverines reads "Michigan Prohibition Cranks.'* The Texans are the "Lone Star Boys." The Philadelphia phalanx in white helmets with flying blue ribbons. CREATED A SENSATION. Some of the delegates have ribbons With the inscription, "Protection to La bor." It looks to-night aspf nothing can pre vent the convention getting into a tan gle on the woman's susrage question. The friends of the constitutional amend ment are determined to test the spirit of the gathering despite the fact that all the old leaders deprecate such a course. During the past month Miss Willard has been appealed to from numberless sources, and by people whose represen tations are entitled to her consideration, to abstain from throwing a fire brand into the convention, and the argument has been advanced that, inasmuch as prohibition was not one of the planks of the womens' rights platform, it would be neither right nor just to load it upon the Prohibitionists, in view of the great diversity of opinion which exists among the delegates East and South. One of the members of the executive commit tee said to-night, however,that all these representations had been of no result, and that the convention would be compelled to face the issue. There was a prolonged meeting of the national committee this afternoon to consider plans for carrying on the fall campaign. One of the innovations de cided upon is a perambulatory tent scheme to go from town to town in every state, with chorus and music, after the fashion of the Moody and Sankey revivals. Some of the old vet erans believe that this method of prop aganda allied to the regular agitating methods of the party, will create a whirlwind of prohibition sentiment akin to a religious revival. The con vention will open at 10 o'clock to-mor row morning in Tomlinson's hall, which has been elaborately decorated for the occasion. DULUTH NEWS. Death of Conductor Black— A Propeller Seized.' Special to the Globe. Dri.UTH, May 29.— Conductor Black, of the Duluth & Iron. Range road, died at the residence of Supt. White yester day, after a short illness of acute rheu matism. He was one of the pioneer en gineers and conductors of the Lake Su perior region, having pulled trains into the Marquette, region in the early days of its development. His funeral was laigely attended by the fraternity and friends. Capt. McLaughlin arrested a young man named Ed Flynn for raising a check from $3 to $30, and passing it at the Big Duluth clothing house. The act was committed last winter and Flynn left town, but, returning yesterday, was recognized by Duluth's terror to evil doers and was arrested. The propellor Niagara, from Duluth to Kingston with wheat, was seized at the Sault yesterday, for failure to report at St. Catherines on her up trip two weeks ago. Elaborate preparations have been made for the memorial exercises to morrow. Capt. F. H. Pressnell will be grand marshal, while all civic, military and social societies of the city will par ticipate. The city council last evening settled the city printing for another year by awarding it to the Evenimr Herald. STILLWATER NEWS. Memorial Day to Be Appropriately Observed. Memorial day will be observed very generally in this city to-day, the larger part of the business places being closed from noon until 6p. m. The public ex ercises of the day will consist of the decoration of the soldiers' graves at the cemetery at Baytown and at Fairview in the morning under charge of a detail from Mueller post, and by public exer cises at the Grand opera house at 2:30 p. in. The memorial address will be delivered by Maj. T. M. Newson, of St. Paul, and other appropriate exercises will occur in connection. Company X, M. N. G., will assemble at its armory at 2 p. m., and will . escort the veterans to the opera house. The invitation is ex tended to citizens generally to be pres ent at the public exercises. The family of Supt. Dixon, of the thresher company, have arrived from Canton, O. A. F. Wing is quite seriously ill with pneumonia. J. H. Harper is back from a business trip to Chicago. Hon. E. W. Durant has gone to Keo kuk on a business trip, and will return the latter part of the week. James Burns, W. J. Ratican, Thomas McD ermott.O'Biien Cayou, E. M.Welsh, A. M. Deragisch, M. Nolan and W. A. Roney will be the delegates from this city to the Catholic Total Abstinence convention which meets at Winona June 13. The funeral of the late Mrs. A. W. Kearney was held at St. Michael's church yesterday morning and was very largely attended. Mrs. Kearney leaves a husband and rive young children to mourn her loss, as well as a number of other relatives and a large circle of friends. A misplaced switch at the foot of Nel son street let the rear coach of the 11:10 a. m. train on the Omaha road, which was being backed up to the union sta tion platform, off the rails nearly its whole length and caused a little delay and inconvenience, the passengers hav ing to patronize the old Omaha depot on South Main street. It has since been gotten on the track. The petit jury assembled at the dis trict court room at 10 a. m. yesterday, and, after some preliminary business was transacted, the trial of John Stehl was begun, which lasted the entire day. Business will be resumed again to-mor row. . The Young People's association closed the season last evening with a musicale and festival at the Presby terian church, and will take a vacation until September. LOCAL m_._.J_TlO_f • Delightful Office for Rent. A splendid office on ground floor of Globe building is for rent from May 1. An excellent location for any impor tant financial institution, it having a large fire and burglar-proof vault in it. Inquire at Globe counting room. ' Pullman Vestibuled Trains. The Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railway takes pleasure in announcing to the traveling public that it is now run ning /daily complete vestibuled tiains between Chicago, St. Paul and Minne apolis. These trains are the perfection of the car builder's art, and consist of baggage cars, day coaches, Pullman's best sleep ers and the finest dining cars in the world. An inspection is invited and comparison challenged, the company assuring its patrons that the samesplen did record which has given it the bulk of the business as against old and new lines, and which has induced the United States government to renew its fast mail contract, and extend it east as well as west-bound, will be maintained, and that when they travel by this line they are getting the very best accommodations that money can buy. Grote's Tivoli. May 30 (Decoration day),' concert from 4 to 7 o'clock in the afternoon and from Btol2 in the evening. First Regiment Band. " - ■ ' DIED. lIANLOX— At. St. Joseph's hospital, St. Paul, at 4:30 p. m., Monday. May 28, Daniel Haul on. aged twenty -three years. Remains will lie taken to Sparta, Wis., on the 2 p. m. train Weduesday, May 30, for interment. - FOR FUNERALS— Carriages for 52 and hearse S3. E. W. Shirk's livery stable, 284 East Ninth street, coiner Rosabel street. . A*:_« IXfEMEST. OIICKSS AT LAST-COME AND SEE O our new liquid fuel now on exhibition; used in any stove for cooking and heating. 130 East Sixth St., opposite Ryan. SPECIAL BAIM.AIN-WE ______ A few lots left in Phoenix Park No. 2, which are selling for $55 ; go cash ; balance in weekly installments of $1. Sault Ste. Marie Investment company, Room 23, National -American bank building. A. L. Harrow, City Manager. _^_^s2___i*-*__!_ POWDER Absolutely Pure. This powder never vanes. A marvel of purity, strength and wholesomeness. More economical than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold in competition with the multitude of low test, short weight, alum or phosphate powders. Sold only in cans. Royal Baking Powder Co., 106 Wall street, New York. 15* FOOT BOAT, $251 JOSEPH DINGLE, - BOAT BUILDER, Cor. Isabel and Clinton. West St. Paul, One block from street cars. ■ .'- _fi__________C_S_M_ ■■--"■ 1 THE SAIKT " PAUL DAILY GLOBE: WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 30, 1888. JT~ FREE PROMENADE CONCERT. _ m FREE PROMENADE CONCERT. I MM *r' , Wednesday, May 30, 1888. PLYMOUTH Clothing House ■ ' J^T"_f2lr__^ _/ *5S?* . JflMSllSiiSiSw- C_d_: ___^__ 85Sy"p^r_-^jjri*T*J'_"_^ _■____. ____> ccsa IBFi 1 SECOND CONCERT, MAY 30, 1888. G_R,E_A__r WESTERN B-AJNTD. GEORGE SEIBERT, DIRECTOR. .PATRIOTIC PROGRAM. I. 1. March "Viva L' America" Koclikeller 2. Overture "Krieg im Friedeu" Neib ig 3. Selection.... "Gypsy Baron" Strauss 4. Cornet Solo 'Tonne: America Polka" Levy AUG. TILLEMAN. 5. Selection "Peace Jubilee" Beyer 11. 6. Overture "America" Moses fl' 7. Gavotte "Princess"...... .'..;. Czibulka |' 8. Grand Medley "Recollections of the War" Beyer 'f 9. General Boulanger's March Desormes 1 10. Galop "American Wheelman" Brooke 1 Concerts Every Wednesday Evening, at 7:30. | Tour own eyes, your own common sense make the best advertisement | of "The Plymouth." 1 There is no need of our specifying any special bargains. | Everything is sold on the "small profit system," and everything is * guaranteed reliable, and everything is purchased or manufactured by us I on a strictly cash basis. Use your own eyes, everything is marked in plain figures. We take this method of inducing you to see the inside of our store and the size and elegance of the stock. Whenever you get ready to buy. we know you will consult your own best interests by calling on us. Yours truly, THE PLYMOUTH CLOTHING HOUSE, cor. Seventh i% IRobert |§t J i *" St. Paul. I yTn.ni-__._i : *" a '__Hs\ AM _ T £fcM_:..TS. GRAND OPERA HOUSE. TV/0 LAST PERFORMANCES TO-DAY. Family Matinee, 2;30 P. M. TO-NIGHT AT 8 TO-NIGHT SALSBURY'S TROUBADOURS ! Including America's greatest success, NEL LIE McHENRY, in their latest New York craze, "THE HUMMING BIRD !" Direct from the Bijou Opera House, New York. Replete with exquisite musical selec tions. The best pertormance the Trouba dours have ever given. Secure seats early to-day. <__s.___l> OPEIU HOUSE, L. N.SCOTT Manager. LIMITED ENGAGEMENT, Three nights and Saturday Matinee. Commencing Thursday, May 31, The distinguished comedienne, ANNIE PIXLEY. and an excellent company in two of the strongest plays in her repertoire. Thursday ) and " } THE DEACON'S DAUGHTER. Friday. ) Sat. Mat. M'LISS, CHILD OP TnE SlEß and >• RAS, as played by Miss Pixley Evening. J over 1,000 times. Incidental to the plays, Miss Pixley will sing several new, sparkling songs and med leys, and gems from the latest popular operas. Sale of seals now open. PEOPLE'S THEATE R. Corner Sixth and Franklin. Old Turner Hall Building. GRAND I On or About I GRAND OPENING | __%_*o_-**D_A.""s_r, OPENING FORSAKE June 4, 18S8. FORSAKE ME Look For ME NOT Later Announcements! NOT. DIME MUSEUM. KOHL, MIDDLETON & CO ..Props. Week Beginning May 23. SPECIAL! ' SPECIAL! To-Day, Decoration Day, the Museum will be open from 10 a. m. to 10 p. m. ■ Hourly Performances. THE STAR MUSEUM'S OPERA CO., In Gilbert & Sullivan's Masterpiece, MIKADO! Great Cast, Pretty Chorus, Elaborate Cos tumes. BABY BUNTING, the smallest horse alive, and other wonders. ADMISSION TO ALL. ONE DIME. TUB GETTYSBURG WAR PANORAMA I Cor. Sixth and St. Peter Sts.. St. Paul. jfeS^^^gl-^^^^^S*_________^^^^^-_^'i-^^ !_■ Cfy Cull urn' Painless Method of Tooth Extraction. FIT iX_i3__rC3- ©i, up. COR. SEVENTH and WABASHA. ST.PAUL EYE and EAR ! Dr. J. G. Walker, 104 East Third Street, St. Paul, attends exclusively to the eye and ear." ARTIFICIAL EYES. N. LEHNEN, Ph - _P" Analytical . JjJj Hi _ III _ , and TechnicalChem. Ist; Office and Lab. No. 866 Jackson Street, St. Paul, Minn. Personal atten tion given to all kinds of Assaying, Ana lyzing and Testing. Chemistry applied to all arts and manufactures* NOW is the time to attend to any alteration or REPAIRS On Furs. You get better work for less money. We make a specialty of STORAGE I Insuring you against damage by moth or loss by fire. Call and leave your address and we will send for your furs. RANSOMIiJORTON, 99 and 101 E. Third St., Paul. TO LOAN ! I have negotiated loans in St. Paul and Minneapolis, amounting to more than Two-and-a-half Millions of Dollars and am prepared to loan on good improved city property MORE MONEY at current rates of interest in large or small amounts, and as I advance my own. money, I can close the loan in the shortest possi ble time. ElAf W%W E l rtM ~ x H rrr S ■ If i I LL I j Globe Building, St. Paul. ST. PAUL FOUNDRY COMPANY, MANUFACTURERS OF Architectural Iron . Work. Founders, Machinists, Blacksmiths and Pattern Makers. Send • for cuts of col umns. : Works on St. P., M. & M. R. R., near Como avenue. Office 102 E. Fourth street, St. Paul. C. M. POWER, Secre tary and Treasurer. Mil fill I SEND $1, $2. 11l II V I or S3 *»* a Wo! 11l I I f I MACKS fine Home- I EH ill I I I made CANDY. 100 UnllUl ifiwr-*"** r Pullman Vestibuled Trains, Wagner Vestibuled Trains, EVERYDAYJNTHEWEEK The Only line running Pullman ana Wagner Vestibuled Trains between Minneapolis, St. Paul and Chicago, is _______________ ■*- .L ___*___)■(_! _ i nP«_l®>B "*»^y i -'■ ._..'-•'...' " _•"-'■' r : -~:^ ."._.' ' .'. It was the first line in the Northwest to run Pullman sleeping .?. . car's. . .:.;•'"• It was the first line In the Northwest to run dining cars. It was the first line in the Northwest to run vestibule cars, and, as stated above, "The Northwestern Line" is to-day the only line with the Pullman and Wagner . famous vestibuled train service between the Twin Cities and Chicago. Other lines, in adopting all these improvements and con veniences for travel between the Twin Cities and Chicago, are only imitators of "The Northwestern Line," and cannot sur pass it either in equipment or train service, and in punctuality and reliability all travelers admit that the motto of the North western hue, "Always on Time," is an established fact. "F>*R.oi!-a:iisrE2__*T REAL ESTATE DEALERS The Firms whose Cards Appear Below are Among the Most Reliable Dea ers_in St. Paul. GEORGE H. HAZZARD, REAL ESTATE AND LOANS, Main Entrance, Natl. Ger. American Bank Building. Several good business chances; want a good business man, ten to fifty thousand ■ dollars, to manage office for well organized company. M. O. MERRILL & CO., REAL ESTATE AND LOANS ! 103 East Fourth Street. German-American Bank Building. GEORGE BROTHER^ REAL ESTATE, 305 ROBERT STREET. SAINT PAUL INVESTMENT COMPANY, (INCORPORATED). REAL ESTATE, 4 East Fourth Street, St. Paul, Minn. GEO. C. FUTVOYE. 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