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AMONG THE_ HORSES. The Northwestern Circuit Opens at Terre Haute, Ind., To-Morrow. Twin City Offers of New Purses for Those That ' Did Not Fill. Sherwood Stock Farm Fur nishes a Number of Wood ford Wilkes Foals. Grattan Sells Another Herod Colt— New Breeding" Farm —Smuggler. Saturday night last D. W. Woodman see left St. Paul for Terre Haute, Ind., to attend the opening at that place of the Northwestern circuit to-morrow, the sth instant This circuit consists of Terre Haute, whose meeting beginning the sth continues to the Bth; Freeport, 111., from the 12th to the 15th; Janes ville, Wis., from the 19th to the22d; Milwaukee. Wis., 20th to the 29th: the Twin City club at Hamline, July 3 to 6. The events at Hamline will be as fol lows: Tuesday, July B— 2:4s trotting, 11 sub scribers ;* 2 "20 ' pacing, 8 subscribers ; 2:21 trotting, '.» subscribes. Wednesday, July 4— Free-for-all, trot ting, did not till: three-minute pacing, 12 subscribers; 2:30 trotting, 12 sub scribers. Thursday, July 5—2:28 trotting, 11 subscribers: free-for-all pacing, did not fill; 2:25 trotting, 10 subscribers. Friday, July Three-minute trot ting, did not fill: 2:80 pacing, 11 sub scribers; 2:18 trotting, did not fill. The club now offers the following new purses: Wednesday— Purse, 51,000; 3:00 class; trotting. Thursday— $1,500; free-for-all pacing; Johnston barred. Friday— Purse, $1,500; 2:18 class; trot ting. The conditions are the same as for the other events. All races to be mile heats, best 3ins, in harness. Money divided, 50, 25. 15 and 10 per cent of purse. Four to fill: three to start. A horse distanc ing the field, or any part thereof, will receive first money only. Entrance fee, 10 per cent of purse, and the same should accompany the entry. American asso ciation rules to govern. Entries close to-day, June 4. Address 1). W. Wood mansee, secretary, St. Paul. While Mr. Woodmansee is absent at these various meetings he will also have in mind the sale of the Midway stock, which is to take place on the 27th inst. As he will meet on his circuit a large number of the horsemen of Illinois, Kentucky, Indiana, Wisconsin and other states, he will have a good many opportunities of calling the attention of prominent horsemen to the valuable stock that will be sold, and do much service to the estate. Minnesota Foals. Sherwood Stock Farm, Sheldon, lo.— Bay filly foaled May 26, by Baymont 1027, dam Miss Archibald, by Hughy Angus 1237; second dam by St Law rence: third dam Grey Ensile. Canadian. Bay filly foaled May 26, by Wilfoid Wilkes 2528. dam Dawn, by Baymont 1027; second dam Marona, by Western Chief 695; third dam Adaline, by Swi gert 050; fourth dam by Stephen Ken ny's st Lawrence. Bay filly foaled May 27, by Lexington Wilkes 4s7s. dam Delilah 265; third dam by One Eye. son of Seeley'a Amer ican Star 14; fourth dam by imp. Bell- under. Bay filly foaled May 30, by Woodford Wilkes 2528. dam .Stella Goldsmith, by Alden Goldsmith 733: second dam Stella, by Swigert; third dam, Puss Farris, by Wagner (thoroughbred.) Another Breeding Farm. Messrs, Daniels and Winsor have started a breeding farm near Kelso, Trail county, Dak., where they are breeding and raising first-class trotting stock and Percherons. In the trotting line Erie King, 9860, takes the lead. He is a bay stallion 15]^ hands high, very handsome and stylish' He is fine gaited and can trot fast, and lias never been beaten in the show ring. He was sired by Mambrino King, 1279, which is re garded as the handsomest horse in the world.- His first dam was Sophia, by Hamlin's Almont, Jr.. L 829; second, Black Woful by Hamlin'sPatchin, 3519; third. Miss Minchin by Young Woful, 119; fourth dam, Miss Sears by Hero, son of Abdullah. 1. Messrs. Daniels and Winsor have commenced with stock that is among the best, and they ought to Buceed in establishing in the Northwest a fine and successful breeding farm. A Correction. To the Editor of the Globe. .Dakota, June 1, 1888.— is an article in last Monday's Globe, from Mi-bank, Dak., over the fic titious signature "B," that con tains a few errors. Jewell's record is not 2:34K, but 2:24%. Jewell was not sired by Buckingham No. 1743, of which "B" writes, but by Bucking ijam No. 82, an entirely different horse. Buckingham No. 82, sire of Jewell 2:24;}.,', was sired by Bysdyke's Hamble tonion No. 10. Buckingham No. 1743, that stood at Parker and Mitchell, Dak., and referred to by "B," was sired by Knickerbocker. This Buckingham, to wit., No. 1743. never sired a single trot ter, let alone "a family of trotters." as " I enthusiastically states. Such reck less blunders are hardly excusable, as they have been so many "times exposed and corrected in leading horse journals, to-wit: "Chicago Horseman," "Spirit of the Turf," and other papers. Let us keep our enthusiasm for our horses within due bound and not bring them into disrepute, or discredit on their owners. Truth. 1 Smuggler. - Breeders" Gazzette. The trotting stallion Young Smug gler, that came out in 1884 and made a record of 2 :2tM 4 . is dead at the age of twelve years. Like most of the get of Smuggler be had none of the character istics of his sire, and it is wonderful bow few 2:30 horses Smuggler got when one takes into account the high class of mares that for ten years were bred to him while he was owned by Col. 11. S. Russell. Sold for 540,000 when in the flush of his trotting career, Smuggler failed utterly to make a mark as a sire, and when, still in full vigor and fine health, lie was put up at auction it was hard to get $1,000 for him — only one fortieth of the sum willingly paid when he was untried as a sire but known to be about the fastest trotter on the turf. The story of Smuggler is a romantic one, and the ending of it is almost pa thetic. He is now standing for mares on a well-known stock farm near llor nellsville, N. V., but his whereabouts makes no noise in the breeding world. He has been a failure, and as the trot ting horse is nothing if not progressive there is no room for failures. Local Horse Notes. A mistake lias been made in regard to the breeding of W. L. McGrath's black colt. He is by Also, dam by Yon Armin 2:193 : second dam by Blackwood, Jr., 2:22- . Also is by Blackwood, Jr., 2:22%, out of So-So, 2:17 . Hon. J. B. Harsh. Creston, 10., has bought of M. T. Grattan. Isinours, Minn., the eh. colt Hocus, by Herod 510. dam Topsy by Rattler, son of Richards' Bellfounder 03, g. d., by Reindeer, thor oughbred. Dan Woodmansee left last Saturday night for Terre Haute, Ind. Miscellaneous. A veterinarian in Baltimore, Md., a #ew days ago removed a two-inch worm rem the eye of a horse, After the aui mal had been bound head and foot; the ball and lids of his left eye, in which, the parasite was constantly wriggling - , were saturated with cocaine, and both were soon insensible to pain. An in cision was made in the upper part of the bail, and the doctor, armed with a delicate pair of forceps, went fishing in the aqueous matter for the worm. It was captured and lived for some min utes before being placed in' alcohol for preservation. - -3^. Bowerman Bros., Lexington, Ky.,have purchased from 11. L. &F. I).* Stout, Highland stock farm, Dubuque, 10., the two-year-old known as iilly Satina, by Mambrino Boy, dam Satinet, by Sen tinel, for 5000; "the two-year-old gray filly Nonie, by Mambrino Boy, dam Gray Fan, by Gray Hawk, Jr., for 5700; the two-year-old brown filly Imogene, by Sentinel Wilkes 2200, dam by Gray Hawk, Jr., for £000. W. P. Clancy. 'Louisville, Ky., has purchased from 11. L. &. F. I). Stout, Highland farm, Dubuque, 10., for $2,500, the bay suckling filly Sun Maid, foaled May Id, 1888. by Nutwood, dam Alicia, 2:29, by George Wilkes; also, for 52.000, chestnut suckling colt, foaled April 4, 1888, by Nutwood, dam Candace, by Herald. 11. E. Walker, of Chicago, has pur chased from Richard A. Howling, of Chicago, the bay stallion Hennepin 4708, foaled 1882, by King Mambrino 2500, dam Sally Messenger (dam of Lady Thorn. 2:25), by Starlight, son of Blood's Black Hawk; second dam by Wake-up- Jake, son of Dow-ting's Bay Messenger. Moses Johnson, of Unity, N. BL, makes mention of a mare owned by George Farwell. of North Charleston, which never raised a colt until she was twenty-three years old; after that she raised" six in succession. Her last one was raised in 1880. She was of Morgan blood. Lisle Simmons, the wealthy young owner of great trotters, was an inter ested spectator on the opening day of the St. Louis meeting. He is a son of W. L. Simmons, the owner of George Wilkes and other famous trotters, and controls Young Jim, Early Bird and other notables. 11. L.and F. D. Stout, Highland Farm, Dubuque, lowa, have purchased from W. 11. Crawford. Lexington, Ky., the bay mare Susie Wilkes, dam by Superb, second dam by Seelv's American Star (in foal to Bell Boy), for 54,000; also the chestnut mare Marmora, by Harold, dam Mosa. by Woodford Mambrino (in foal to Nugget;, for $4,000. W. H. Crawford, Lexington, Ky.. is so much pleased with his stallion Sentinel Wilkes, 2420, by George Wilkes, which lie purchased from 11. L. and F. D. Stout, Dubuque, 10., for 59,000, that he just bought of the Messrs. Stout, four younasters by him; he has also bought from them three choice brood mares. The old stallion Blue Grass" 382, foaled ISoo, by Haubletonian 10, dam by Long Island Black Hawk 24, died at Mem phis, Term., recently, the property of C. P. Hunt. His career was not a very brilliant one, although he had to his credit Gray Cloud. 2:23*4. George F. Wilson, of Denver, Col., has purchased of R. T. Kueebs, of Sioux City, 10., for $5,000, the fine pair of brown trotting geldings.Elmwood Chief, 2:22^, and Edgewood, 2:28 it is said that only two racehorses in th United States that ever won over $100,000 are Miss Woodford, by Billet, aud Hanover, by Hindoo. Both were bred at Runnymede, Bourbon county, Kentucky. The price Egmont's owners received for thai horse was $10,000, the extra $500 being added on for his faithful trainer, who has so skillfully handled the great performer in the last few years. L. AY. Pryor, of Cleveland, is the new owner of the two-year-old brown colt Quaker Boy, by Hermes, dam Quaker Girl, he having purchased him at the Fasig sale for $7,500. John A. Wilson, of Muncie, Ind., has recently purchased the stallion Gov. Spottswooil, by Princeps, dam by Country Gentleman, a son of Ilatnble tonian 10. The chestnut mare Sapphire, by Jay Gould, out of Lucy, 2:18^, has arrived at Palo MenloPark. Cal.. in safety and will be bred to Electioneer. Racing in Montana will be booming this year. After the July meetings at Helena ami Butte the fall races through out the territory will take place. Live Stock Insurance. The American Live Stock Insurance company, with 5100,000 capital stock, is a reliable home institution. Its directors are S. S. Eaton, C. A. De Graff, George W. Sherwood, J. B.Power, D.W.Wood mansee. E. C. Long, E. A. .laggard, of St. Paul ; A. G. Wilcox, of Minneapolis: Samuel Matthews, of Stillwater; J. F. Bassett, of McGregor, Io. : S. S. Eaton, president; George W. Cory, secretary. Office, 311 Robert street, St. Paul. -a__- OFFICIAL. Proceedings Board Fire Com m miss/oners. Regular Meeting. Office Board Fire Commissioners, ) St. Paul. May 28. 1888. ( The Board of Fire Commissioners of the city of St. Paul met at 10 o'clock a. in. Present: Commissioners Prendergast, Free i an and President Warner— 3. Absent: Commissioners Parker and Martin— On motion, reading of minutes of pre vious meeting was dispensed with. COMMUNICATIONS. From the City Clerk, transmitting the following resolution and Ordinance No. 947, adopted by the Common Council at meeting held "Slay 15th, List.: By Aid. Sanborn— Resolved, That the Board of Fire Commissioners are hereby authorized and requested to join with Mr. Sidney I Harper and construct a fence along the west line of the lot on which Chemical Engine No. 6 is located, and pay one half expense thereof, said Harper pay ing the other half. On motion, accepted and referred to the Chief Engineer to carry into effect. ORDINANCE NO. 947. Authorizing the Board of Fire Com missioners to purchase the property hereinafter mentioned for an engine house in the Sixth ward of said city. The Common Council of the city of St. Paul do ordain as follows: Section 1. The Board of Fire Com missioners of the city of St. Paul are hereby authorized and directed to pur chase lots three (3) and four (4), block six to), West St. Paul Real Estate & Im provement Syndicate Addition No. 1, at the sum and price of not to ex ceed three thousand two hundred (53,200) dollars; also lot seven (7), block three (3), Phillips' addition to St. Paul at the sum and price not to exceed three thousand one hundred (53,100) dollars, the same being for a loca tion of an engine house and fire depart ment purposes. Sec. 2. This ordir ance shall take ef fect and be in force from and after its publication. Accepted, and referred to the Real Estate Committee with power to act. From T. S. Wiles, of Troy, N. Y.,sub mitting proposition for water tower. On motion accepted, and the Secretary was instructed to notify him the Board would receive the tower for trial. The Chief Engineer reported that a new wagon was needed for No. 4 en gine company. On motion referred to the Committee on Wagons, with power to act. The Secretary reported sale of con demned horses, $124; hose, 532; total, $156, and presented City Treasurer's re ceipt for same. Filed. The pay roll of department for month •of May, amounting to $14,402.27, and con tingent account for $10.43. On motion allowed and referred to the Comptroller by the following vote: Yeas — Commissioners Prendergast, Freeman and Mr. President— J. R. Hill, Esq,, of Cincinnati, 0.. the expert selected to make a test of our water supply, being present, the Board requested him to state what arrange ments lie desired made regarding the test. On motion the Chief Engineer was instructed to make such arrange ments as would be satisfactory. Adjourned. Reuben Warner, President. 1 Wm. O'Goioian, Secxetar)-, ~ J THE SAINT PAUL DAILY "GLOBE MONDAY MORNING JUNE 4, 1888. LOCAL, MIIWTIOJT. The Finest Summer Millinery At Vose's, 19 Mannheimer block. Take elevator. Telephone Call 1058-2. ■ We do all kinds of Stenographic and Typewriting work. & ■ 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. Robert Seeger, At 200 East Seventh street, is prepared, with the best workmen and facilities, to repair fine umbrellas, canes and other articles. Telephone Call 1058-2. We do all kinds of Stenographic and Typewriting work. Read the Following. From St. Paul, Minneapolis and Still water 515.85 will take you to St. Louis and return on June 2 to 5, eood to return June 6 to 11, account National Democratic Convention. Fourteen dollars will be the rate to Cincinnati and return June 8 to 11, good to return June 15 to 19, account K. of P. session Supreme Lodge. Fifteen dollars and eighty-five cents will also be the rate to St. Louis and re turn June 11 to 10, good to return 13 to 19, account North American Saenger bund Biennial Festival. Eleven dollars and fifty cents will take you to Chicago and return June 10 to 10, good to return June 20 to 25, account National Republican Conven tion. The above rates are open to the pub- : lie and tickets will be good on the Fa mous Vestibuled Trains of "The North western Line"— Chicago, St. Paul, Min neapolis & Omaha Railway. For further details apply at No. 13 Nic ollet House Block, or Union Depot, Min neapolis; No. 159 East Third Street, or Union Depot, St. Paul, or address T. W. Teasdale. General Passenger Agent, St. Paul, Minn. The Jewel Gasoline Stove is still in the lead. Nothing yet invented equals it. Robert Seeger, 200 East Seventh streeet, is sole agent. Telephone Call 1058-2. We do all kinds of Stenographic and Typewriting work, ih i:i>. FOR FUNERALS— Carnages for 52 and hearse 53. E. W. Shirk's livery stable, 284 East Ninth street, corner Rosabel street. Engl Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. A marvel of purity, strength and wholesomeness. More economical than the ordinary kinds, and cannot he sold in competition with the multitude of low test, short weight, alum or phosphate powders. Sold only in cans. Royal Baking Powdek Co., IOC Wall street, New York. AMUSEMENTS. GRAND OPERA HOUSE. L.N. SCOTT Manager. One Week. Commencing TO-NIGHT. Matinees Wednesday and Saturday. THE A Story of MAIN Railroad LINE, Rawson's Y. Introducing the Exquisite Comedienne, Miss Etta Hawkins! (OUR ETTA) and a great star cast, under the management of Mr. W. L. Allen. Novel and Startling Railway Incidents. Realistic and Sensational Scenic and Mechanical Effects. Secure seats early to-day. PEOPLE'S THEATER. Corner Sixth and Franklin. Old Turner Hall Building. GJ?AXD MONDAY, I GRAND OPENING! ■"" vV- *■"**" » OPENING FORSAKE June n * 1888 FORSAKE ME Look For JIE SOT Later Announcements NOT. DIME MUSEUM. Kohl, Miuoletox & Co., - PnorniETons. WEEK BEGINNING JUNE 4. 3PK,Oj_n. jvco__i3sr, In His Thrilling Self-Impalement Act The German Rose; Mons. Huber, the Mouth Painter, and other Marvels. Entire New Stage shows hourly. ADMISSION TO ALL, • ONE DIME. THB GETTYSBURG WAR PANORAMA Cor. Sixth and St. Peter Sts.. St. Paul. 28k-~ 4092 -26 l 4 AT THREE YEARS OLD. LORD NELSON. $50 SEASON. Mares not proving in foal can bo returned free next year. Season from March 1 to June 1. Term? cash at time o service. Inquire o JOH3ST IDOWJD, State Fair Grounds, St. Paul, Minn. OAK LAWN STOCK FARM. Situated on the Aftou road, 3i_ miles from the center of the city. THE POPULAR-BRED STALLION, MEMORY (1366), Will mate the season in the stud upon the following terms of service, viz.: S3O, payable at the time of service. Pedigree— Sired by Mambrino Gift (581): record 2:20. Dam, Zephyr by Swigert (650). In offering the" service of this horse to the public, we would at the same time invite an inspection of the horse and his produce. At Oak Lawn Farm, mares bred by the season have the usual priv ilege of return. Marcs kept at owners* risk on grass at SI per week, or in barn at $10 per month. FOR SALE— Standard-bred colts by Memory (136G), some fine drivers sired by Baymont(lo27), Walter Ferris, Adrian Wilkes,' and one three-year-old stallion colt by Black wood, Jr. Telephone connection with farm. SHERWOOD & KNIGHT. Prop'rs, Office, 401 Drake Block, St. Paul, 4im_, £, ilWiaggr at *;&.», _ i .Catarrh to Consumption. Catarrh in its destructive force stands next to and undoubtedly leads on to consumption. It is therefore singular that those afflicted with this fearful disease should not mate It the object of their lives to rid themselves of it. "Deceptive remedies concocted by igno rant pretenders to medical knowledge have weakened the confidence of the great major ity of sufferers in all advertised remedies. They become resigned to a life of roiserv rather than torture themselves with doubtful palliatives. .-;:.. _ But this will never do. Catarrh must be met at every stage and combated with all our might. In many cases the disease has as sumed dangerous symptoms. The bones and : cartilage of the nose, the organs of hearing, of seeing and of tasting so affected as to be useless, die uvula so elongated, the throat so inflamed aud irritated as to produce a con stant and distressing cough. Sanford's Radical Cuke meets every phase of Catarrh, from a simple head cold to the most loathsome and destructive stages. It is local and constitutional. Instant in reliev ing, permanent in curing, safe, economical and never-failing. Each package contains ene bottle of the Radical Cuke, one box Catarrhal Solvent and an Improved Inhaler, with treatise; price, $1. Potter Drug & Chemical Co.. Boston; a*jpT OLD FOLKS' PAINS. T__%_y£&fC Full of comfort for all Pains, In ■a £ llammation, and Weakness of the __¥ Aged is the Cuticura Anti *~__S_fi_6» I'aln Plaster, the first and only pHiu-killingStreusthening Plaster. New, instantaneous and infallible. Vastly su perior to all other remedies and appliances for relieving pain and strengthening the muscles. Feels good from the moment it is applied. At all druggists, 25 cents; five for Si ; or, postage free, of Potter Drug and CnEMicAL Co.. Boston. Mass. Poor, Foolish Men. TAKE A WOMAN'S ADVICE. This is only the second time in eight weeks that I have had to polish my boots, and yet I had hard work getting my husband to give up his old blacking brush, and the annoyance of baring the paste black ing rub off on his pants, and adopt WolfTsAG M EBlacking A magnificent Deep Black Polish, which lasts on Men's boots a week, and on Women's a month. WOLFF & RANDOLPH, PHILADELPHIA. PROPOSALS— [3-167] FOR ARMY SUP plies—Office Chief Commissary of Sub sistence, St. Paul, Minn., May 29. 1888.— Sealed proposals, in duplicate, will be re ceived at this office until 11 o'clock a. m., on Saturday, June 9, ISBB, for furnishing the Subsistence Department, free on board cars in St. Paul. Minn., 2 bbls. cement, 100 fire brick, and 20 oven dies. The government re serves the right to reject any or all bids. Blank proposals and full information as to the conditions of the contract will be fur nished on application to this office. THOMAS C. SULLIVAN", C. S., I*. S. Army. PROPOSALS FOR ARMY TRANSPOP.TA tion—Office of Chief Quartermaster, De partment of Dakota, St. Paul, Minn., MAY ;>th, 1888: SEALED PROPOSALS, in trip licate, for the. transportation by wagon of military-supplies within the limits" Of the city of St. Paul, Minn., and between that city and Fort Snelling. Minn., during* the fiscal year commencing July I, 188S, and ending June 30, 18S9, will be received at this office un til 12 m., MONDAY, June 4th. 1888. and opened immediately afterwards in presence of bidders. Blank forms of proposals and ' full instructions to bidders will furnished on application to this office. Envelopes con taining proposals should be marked '-Propos als for Transportation," and addressed to the undersigned. A. F. KOCK">\ ELL. Quar termaster, 11. S. Army, Chief Quartermaster. TATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF Ramsey— ss. District Court. Elizabeth Schaefer, Andreas Faltermann, Philipp Faltermann, Konrad Faltermann, Heinricb Faltermann, Fnmciska Schnall, Gabriel Faltermann, Katherine sitt, Mar garetha Scherdt, Barbara Faltermann, Plaintiff-, . vs. Mary S. Seltzer, Allen B. Seltzer, Michael A. Faltermann, Mary K. Faltermann, William A. Faltermaun, De fendants. SUMMONS. The State of Minnesota to the above-named defendant: You. and each of you, are hereby sum moned and required to answer the cgmplaint in the above entitled action, which is now on file in the office of the clerk of the above court, at the city of St. Paul, county of Ramsey and state of Minnesota, and to serve a copy of your answer to said complaint on the subscribers, at their office in the ciiv of St. Paul, in the county of Ramsey, within twenty days after the service of this "summons upon you, exclusive of the day of such serv ice; and if you fail to answer the said com plaint within the time aforesaid, the plaintiff in this action will apply to the court for the relief asked in said complaint. That the above action is for the partition of the following described real estate, situate in said county, viz.: The western half (■,*>) of lot numbered ten (10), in block numbered eleven (11), of Winslow's addition to the city of St. Paul, according to the plat thereof on file and of record in the office of the Reg ter of Deeds of Ramsey county. Minnesota. Dated this sth day of May. A. D. ISBB. BROWN &SCHRADER, Plaintiffs" Attorneys, St. Paul, Minn. "VJOTICE TO EDITORS— STATE OF I^l Minnesota, County of Ramsey— In Probate Court, General Term, " May 12, 1888. In the matter of the estate of Springer Harbangh. deceased. Notice is hereby given that the Judge of Probate of the county of Ramsev will, upon the third Monday of the month of November, A. D. 1888, at 10 o'clock a. m., hear, examine and adjust all claims and demands of all persons against said deceased; and that six months from and after the date hereof have been allowed and limited for creditors to present their claims against said estate, at the expiration of which time all claims not presented or not proven to its sat isfaction shall be forever barred, unless for good cause shown further time be allowed. By the Court. [l. 8.1 E. S. GORMAN, Judge of Probate. L. L. C. Brooks, Administrator. 11. J. Horn, Attorney. STATE OF MINNESOTA, RAMSEY O County— District Court, Second Judi cial District. In the matter of the assignment of Johnson & Co., insolvents, for the benefit of cred itors. On reading and filing the petition and ap plication of Charles F. Diether, the as signee in said matter, praying that his final account be examined and allowed; that a - final dividend to the creditors of said in- ' solvents be directed, and that he be finally discharged from said trust and his bondsmen discharged; it is ordered that said petition and application be heard at a special term of said court to be holden in the court house, in •' the city of St. Paul, in said Ramsey county, at ten (10) o'clock in the forenoon on Saturday, the 23d day of June, A. D. 1888, at the open- i ins of the court on that day, or as soon there after as counsel can be heard ; and that no- :• tieeof said petition, application and hearing thereon be given by the publication of this order in the St. Paid Daily Globe, a daily newspaper printed and published in said Ramsey county, once in each week for three , successive weeks before said day of hearing. , and by mailing, postage prepaid, to each of • said insolvents and to each of said creditors of said insolvents who have filed their claims, or of wnom said assignee has any knowledge, a copy of this order on or before the 31st day of May, 1888. ORLANDO SIMONS, Judge of Said Court. St. Paul, May 26, 1888. STATE OF MINNESOTA. COUNTY OF Ramsey— ss. District Court, Second Ju dicial District. Rose A. Parrish, plaintiff, vs. James Fairish, defendant— Summons. The State of Minnesota to the above-named defendant: You are hereby summoned and required to answer the complaint of the plaintiff in the above-entitled action, widen is on file in the office of the clerk of the said court, at his office at §„ Paul, Minnesota, and to serve a copy of your answer to said complaint on the subscribers, at their office, in the city of St. Paul, in the county of Ramsey, Minnesota, within thirty days "after the service of this summons upon "you. exclusive of the day of such service; and, if y6u Tail to answer the said complaint within the time aforesaid, the plaintiff in this action will apply to the Court for the relief demanded in the complaint, to gether with the costs and disbursements herein. C. D. & THOS. D. O'BRIEN, Plaintiff's Attorneys, St. Paul. Minn. . M Estate ads. in the Globe are seen by nc W the most people. ' . I t^S^LIT^, MONDAY, JUNE 4. PLYMOUTH Clothing House \M__^m_____ l The procession has started for the Plymouth Hat Depart ment. All sorts and conditions of Men and Boys, a whole army of them, can be fitted out without breaking our stock. To deal directly with hat manufacturers is only possible to the largest retailers, as necessarily purchases have to be so large. As we buy large and cheap, so we sell, and we know, and most of you know, no one Retailer, or all of them put to. gether, can approach us. ____\A Bargain Friday man advertised genuine Mackinaw Hats for men, 30 cents, this day only; less than cost. He probably told the truth, but the Plymouth's price is 25 cents for genuine Mackinaw Hats every day in the week but Sunday, and we DON'T sell at cost. "or. Seventy 8 Robert Sts. 10-14 U/aslpii^toi? flue, \l. ST. PAUL. 1 MINNCADni .< --10 NEW UPRIGHT PIANOS ! $190 Each in perfect order in every way. Warranted and guaranteed for five years by a house with a capital of ONE MILLION DOLLARS. Here is an opportunity; call quick, before they are gone. A. E. WHITNEY 97 EAST THIRD STREET. General Agent Hallet & Davis, Emerson and Kimball Pianos and Kimball Organs. Two new manufactur ing concerns located at ST. PAUL PARK this | week, and under contract to have their factory buildings completed and in operation within three months. The ST. PAUL PARK CARRIAGE & SLEIGH CO., two manufacturing build- j ings, each 250x50, two stories high; will employ 100 workmen. The HIMMELMAN MAT TRESS & WIRE SPRING CO., three buildings, lOOx 40; two stories, 100x30, and 20x20; will employ 50 workmen. Lots surrounding these ! factories will be sold at the old prices for the next thirty days, $250 to $300 t per lot, terms easy; 100 per cent profit by next fall. St. PaulParklmprovementGo. 28 E. Fourth Street. i EVERYBODY WANTS SOMETHING. WAST All mankind, rich WATT BEULX °l V °° r : y T g " 0r Bi™ old, male or female, _-, . _,_. white or black, are ____„,_. W^ T in want of some- W *S* SELL ! thing. That is, they BUY! either want to Sell : WA_¥T something which -jyA"\T to they have, or to Buy to SEL.L, ! something which BUY! they haven't. WAST It is a busy world WAST 'SELL! and a busy age, and --.J^, it doesn't pay to WAST waste much l me __-.__-, • to 'hunting for what " "* 'SELL! you want. Neitheris BUY! it necessary, when, by reading the GLOBE'S "WANT" COLUMNS ! You can get what WAST you want without WAST 'to any bother. ™ SEM < J lf you don . see BIYI what you want, ad- WANT tiSe , fo^" iV-l-'; wA TO Globe's "WAN. 1 TO SELL! columns. BUY! Telephone 117-3. FLORAL DESIGNS. CUT FLOWERS E. V. BEALES, FLORIST AND SEEDSMAN, Cor. 2d and Cedar Sts,, St.Paul, -linn SEEDS AND BULBS. FLORAL DECORATIONS. TA WFASf U P M f n ffeHnp from'tfce ■'■ «»-"•* Blip"" IBefft'.t* of y,,uthfu! | %g , |fl hi? errors, early de car, lost manhood, etc. I will send a valuable treatise (sealed) containing full particulars for home cure, free of charge. Address, PROF. F. C. FOWLERiMoodU-tConnt 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. RANSOM & HORTON, 99 and 101 E. Third St., St. Paul. 15* FOOT BOAT, $25 ! JOSEPHDIKGLE, - BOAT BUILDER, Cor. Isabel and Clinton. West St. Paul, One block from street cars. QUACKS EXPOSED! Their cheats and tricks fully explained— afflicted given timely advice ana warning.— Honest means of self-cure pointed out in the I'HIVATK.VIEUICALCOL'NSEhOIi, A Great Medical Work for Youns a, and Middle-Aged Men, -s^^ra Over TO,- o^'§"ißKE% $juL*fgf' les Sold. / (eumCLo^.g K2§r*v«*- E x n a ustioti, -"*£-a_-SB§3 Errors of Youth, Wasting Vital ity, Lost Vigor and Manhood Impurities of the Blood in both sexes and the untold miseries consequent thereon. Contains 84 pages, elegantly Illustrated. Warranted the best popular medical treatise in the English language. Price only 10 ctt. (stamps or silver), mailed concealed in plain wrapper. Send now. Address the author, ir. .N. E. "WOOL*, Sioux City, lowa. "^"Mention this paper.__"^ CONTRACT WOW. ■■ Sewer on Mack u bin Street. Office Board of Public Works, ) City of St. Paul, Minn., May 29,1888. ) Sealed bids will be received by the Board of Public Works in and for the corporation of the City of St. Paul, Min nesota, at their office in said city, until 12 m. on the 11th day of June, A. D. 1888, for constructing a sewer on Mackubin street, from Ashland avenue to Laurel avenue, in said city, together with the necessary catchbasins and man holes, according: to plans and specifica tions on file in the office of said Board. A bond with at least two (2) sureties in a sum of at least twenty (20) per cent of the gross amount bid must accom pany each bid. The said Board reserves the right to reject any or all bids. J. C. QUINBY, President pro tern. Official: W. F. Erwin, 151-101 Clerk Board of Public Works. Ci IB nil I send $i, $2. I II 111 $I If I or S3 for a Box of I ft 111 i I ¥ I MACK'S fine liome- I hIJ IU I E S I made CAKDY. 100 UnilUl „ East Seventh Street, 1 1 1 BUP I I St. Paul. EYE and EAR! Dr. J. G. Walker, 104 East Third Street, St. Paul, attends exclusively to the eye and ear. ARTIFICIAL EYES. p.. inesß Chance ads. in the GiOßEare seen * ?t **by the most people,, . AT AUCTION! A I t\ \_j %_j 1 I\SI \l h a n a _f "__ "^^ a H I \i •* AN ELEGANT Residence and Grounds! 579 Laurel Avenue, on St. Anthony Hill, Monday, June 4, At 2:30 P. M., on the Premises. j I will sell at auction, to the highest bidder, the above described prop erty, known as Lot 19, Block G, Woodland Park Addition, being 50x172J_-i feet to an alley. House is almost new, being occupied only six months; has ten rooms, bath room, electric bells, hardwood finish, furnace, city water and sewer connections, gas through entire house and all modern' conveniences. Lot high and dry, nicely sodded and Portland stone side walk. m Anyone desiring: a comfortable home in the best of locations should not fail to attend this sale. Laurel avenue is now being paved and street car tracks removed, which will make it the most beautiful street on St. Anthony Hill. Terms will be made known on day of sale. \ WHITNEY WALL, - Auctioneer, 324 Robert Street. Railroad leojlteotioo! We have in stock some of the GENEVA NON-MAGNETIC WATCH MOVEMENTS, adjusted to heat, cold and position, and quite accurate as timepieces. We have also, the cele brated Apple-ton, Tracy & Co. Waltham Movement, Non-Mag- . netic, that we can put you up in a filled case for $35. These watches are warranted for 20 years. Price them elsewhere before coming to our store. ) GEO; R. HOLMES, Jeweler, 1 141 and 143 E. Seventh St., Opposite Hotel Ryan, St. Paul, Minn. Adjusting Fine Watches and Repairing a Specialty. Diamond Set- ' ting and Engraving. Job Work promptly' done. Goods sent C. 0. D. on selection to parties out of the city. *«-■*— m_w — ■- ,^*f"fn*-*i*-B--w*wi*""Wß , ifflfflmr" ■ AND I! I Shirts To Order. Satisfaction Guaranteed. § 153 East Third Street, four doors above Merchants Hotel, 1 ST. PAUL. g ~^m* SCHLIEK & CO. «g^j 85 mi 89 East Third St., St. Paul. Novelties in Ladies' and Gents' fine SHOES I l^^^^fi^^^^^^fc. filS ° Lcdies ' Pateni Leather Tip Shoes, Jusi rece/'yed a large stock of our Great $3 - 50 Sf}oes for gentlemen. De verscf free io an f address upon receipt *^JassS£^ -^SLs^ Sa^___^^^ i^ !^ Write for our new illustrated catalguo THIS WOP-ID INSTALLMENT, Means from us much more than it usually does. By it we mean that we offer you your choice from one of the largest and best selected stocks of Furniture, Carpets and Stoves in St. Paul, on easy terms and very close prices. We trust you will call and give us an opportunity to prove to you that we mean just what we havfc .aid. SMITH &PA WELL, 339. 341 & 343 E. Seventh Street. "We Send WALL PAPER BY EXPRESS or Freight. Send Two Dollars for our package of ten rolls elegant white back paper— enough for ordinary rooms— with 20 yards ("-inch border to match; as dark or light as you please, for side walls or ceilings and all new designs. 50 samples of Wall Papers Upon receipt of 15 cents to pay postage. OLIVER BAKER, Leading Carpet Drapery and Wall Paper House, 417 and 419 Wabasha Street, St. Paul. Henry £. Wedelstaedt & Co., ST J_.Tlo3>T__3Plv Engraves Wedding Invitations, Announcements, Visiting Cards, Monograms, Crests, Seals, Dies, etc. Stationery Stamped and Illuminated. Call and see the novelties in Staple and Fancy Stationery. Seaside Libraries. REMOVED TO 95 EAST THIRD STREET ST. PAUL, MINN. $f-f) AAA WORTH OF CARPETS, DRAPERIES, hli HI 111 WALL PAPER, FURNITURE and all sorts tJ II BUU SJ of Housenol(i Goods will be sold at a 7 large discount in order to quit busi ness. Fixtures for sale and store for rent, at 221 East Seventh Street. A. H. LOHLKER. 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. BALLARD'S EXPRESS 135 East Fifth Street. Trunks moved for 25 cents. Furni ture moved, stored, packed and shipped Telephone 640-2. IIAUII" The famous Moxie "Nerve ■til IB V I L Food Beverage slakes the ISi lIM I I thirst from summer heat, BllV#«lb does better and prevents the after effects of Liquors and Tobacco, re moving their odor from the breath at once, : gives the weakly and nervous double power ] of endurance and takes away the tired j felling like magic, without reaction or harm. j For sale everywhere. SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS 2 Artifical Limbs' Artificial Eyes] ELASTIC STOCKINGS! Galvanic Batteries and Beits] CRUTCHES! Wheel and Invalid Chairs! Archer Barber Chairs] i The Largest Exclusive Dental and Sutt gical Depot in the Northwest. X • '• LAMBIE & BETHUNB 311 Wabasha St.. St. Paul.