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SAINT PAUL. HELPING HAM)' NHEDEI). Public Support] Invoked for the Free Kindergarten. Mrs. Carl Ludwig, who has been ex erting herself in behalf of the kinder garten recently organized by sonic of the charitable ladies of this city, is meeting with the success due this project. Mrs. Gen. Andrews and Mrs. Maxfield are anion? the ladies who are lending a helping hand: The object of the institution is to afford free instruc tion to poor children, who for want of clothes and finances cannot appear among more fortunate children in the public schools. There are now enrolled 12.V pupils, with prospects of as many more if they can be eared for. The ladies are in need of $2,000 to • carry them through, ■nd a canvass of the city will be made for the purpose of raising this sum by popular subscriptions. THE COUIIT CALENDAR. Disputes Settled in a Legal Man ner—Suits Filed. Scheffer & Rossum against Achlie Bourget and David Lagassie for ?2*>o on an insurance policy, a verdict was rendered in favor of the plaintiff for (157.12. The case of Charles Kaullen. by his guardian John M. Kaullen, against the*. Northwestern Bedding company for (2,000 for personal injuries sustained at one of the company's machines, was Brgued before Judge Wilkin yesterday. The motion for a new trial In the matter of S. E. Smith, et al.. vs. J. C, : Lei lac, et al., was denied by Judge Wilkin yesterday. Jury call for to-day: Charles B. Law ton and David L. Stewart vs. Frederick J. dolman; James Carroll vs. St. Pau 1 . Minneapolis & Manitoba Railway com pany, ami Harry W. Wack, et al. agaiust George W. Langevin and Jeff Hildretb. A change of venue from Dakota to Ramsey county has been granted in the appeal of William O'Mulcahey from an order of the probate court, disallowing his claim against the estate of Levi S. Gragg. '1 he case of Nancy A. Fish against Benjamin J. Shipinan was argued be fore Judge Brill yesterday and" submit ted to the j ury. '1 be case of* Frank B. Ward vs. James Keating was argued before Judge Kelly yesterday, and the hearing will be re sumed to-day. The J. P. Gribbon Lumber company filed a suit yesterday against John Fiainm and A. O.Peterson for building mate rial sold and delivered to the amount of (43.77. A verdict of 5205 for the plaintiff, Mary 11. Moak, against James 11. Brown nas rendered yesterday. ST. PAUL HEAL ESTATE. Ten deeds were recorded yesterday, with ft total consideration of $17.<">0, as folows: J W Ham to (' H Grundy, lt 18, Dlk 19. Arlington Hills add $3,300 J W Ham to C II Grundy, lt 29. Got- ; _:' zian's subd blk 84. Lyman Dayton's add '. '. 3,000 3 \\ Ham toClKiruudv. 10 Its in Ham's subd It 2, Pfi&B second subd 3,000 J W Ham to C 11 Urnndy, lt 20, Got zian's subd blk 89, Lyman Dayton's add " '. 2.000* J W Ham to C II lUundy, lt 5, blk 15, Syndicate add 5 6'jO G C Fuller to n A Mitchell, lt 18. blk 1, Sanborn's Midway add 700 D L Lamprey to Willius, It 7. blk 10, Warren & Rice add ... 800 Capital City Iteal Estate and Improve ment company to II Cornelius, It 5, blk 11. West st. Paul Syndicate add 1,1.300 IV S Brings 10 1) f Briggs, lt 0, Briggs' subd. it 23, Fort Street Out L0t5...... GOO & Hewitt to .1 Martin Lumber company, pt blk 5, Lafoud's add 2,350 Total, 10 pieces $17,800 BUILDING PERMITS. The following building permits were issued yesterday: Cbarles X Gowdy, I'j-story frame dwelling. Hatch, between Park and Sylvan $1,000 C A Skoogan, 2-story frame dwelling, Burr, between Jenks and Case .".2,100 John Classon, Hi-story frame dwelling; Stinson, near Auerbach 1,000 Seven minor permits 1,300 Ten permits, total $j,700 *a» — FACTS AND FANCIES. Interesting Gossip on Town Topics and Things in General. Detroit Free Press. A bag newsboy at the postoffice corner was eating an apple yesterday, when a little newsboy, after licking his chops for several minutes, finally mustered up courage to ask: ••Will you give me the core when you git flown to it:" "Mebbe I will and mebbe I won't," was the reply. "It's aecotjjin' to whether it's wormy or not, and it don't look that way now.'' Aladdin and Sure Luck Stoves and Ranges. Best in the mar ket. B. F. Knauft & Co., 338 to 342 East Seventh street. The New Moon. Harper's Young People. Arthur— Oh, Daisy, just look at the new moon. Daisy (deeply disappointed)— that isn't a new moon, Arthur. It's got a great piece broken out of it. Go to F. AY. Luley & Son's For cash bargains in Fresh Meats, Pure Lard, Breakfast Bacon, all kinds of Sausages, etc. :]S2 Jackson street. Singular Case of Transmission. San Francisco Chronicle. The Utile girl's father was dead and her mother had 'akeu unto herself another hus band. The little girl was being chastised. "And which are you most like, your pa or your ma?'" "Wi 11. I don't know. Some people think I am like my first papa, but 1 think I'm likest my second papa. A. H. Nicolay, Auctioneer. The Glenny Elegant Household Fur niture Continuation Auction Sate this morning, Wednesday, Oct. 24, on liie premises, Xo. 259 Sherman street, be tween Franklin and Exchange streets should attract the attention of all par ties that are iv want of elegant Furni ture, Pictures, China, costly Mahogany Bedroom Furniture, English Carpets, etc. Everything to be sold to the high est bidder. Of Immediate Interest, Lincoln (Xeb.) Journal. Sunday School Teacher— Now, children, that the lesson is ended, you may ask any questions you like and 1 will try to answer them. Is there any thing you want to know, i Willie? "Yes, ma'am." hit is it** 1 "Which club do yer think winded game at der park Mr-day?* Hotel and Restaurant Supplies. We carry complete lines of Hotel China, Glassware and Silverware, in cluding the celebrated Greenwood Vitreous China, in thick and half-thick. Lowest prices. Donaldson, Ogden & Co., Sibley and Sixth streets. A Steady Job for Satan. Boston Traveler. Five-year-old Harold is about to enter school, and his mother has been giving him I good advice how to behave and not answer back or get angry with his playmates, for it ' was sain ii that tempted him to do wrong i "Well," said Harold.."! should just like to have the devil shut up in the barn yard with the old buck; I guess be would have all ii. could do to mind his own business then." 5,000 Pair Ladies', Hisses and Children's Rubbers will be sold at 5 cents a pair at the great Nox- M-All Shoe Store, 145 East Seventh Btreet. •■' ■'• - Confused by the Darkness. Troy Times. Little Pat was in the habit of falling out of bed during the night, and bis father, to break him of the habit, would remind him of it the next morning. One day, as usual, liis father said 10 him: "Here, Tat, you fell out of bed ■gain.** 'Oh, no, papa,*' said Pat; "it was the pil- j low. for I got up to see, and the pillow was on the floor by the side of the bed." "What made you cry, then?" asked his father. "Well, you see," said Pat in his most sober manner, "it was dark, and I couldn't tell whether it was me or the pillow." "Aladdin" Stoves - ■ And House-Furnishing Hardware. Low prices for cash, and on installments. B. F. Knauft ft Co.. 338 to 342 East Sev enth street. All Finished. Detroit Free Press. "Are you learning to ride, my boy?" he queried of a youngster who was bobbing around on the bark of a broncho. "Learning? Why, I have already, learned all about it. I've been out a whole hour, and have only fallen off twice." Continuation of the Auction sale of Glenny Furniture this morning at 10 o'clock at the residence, '2.")'.' Sherman street. Some of the finest pieces unsold. A. H. Nicolay. Auction eer. See advertisement under auction sales. A Permanent Fence. Youth's Companion. Little Dick had been listening to the reci tation in geography of an older brother. "I know what an island is," said h to mamma. "Well, what is it?" asked mamma. '•'-': "It is a little piece ot land all fenced round with water." proudly answered Dick. Fresh Oysters at lied need Prices. After to-day, Tuesday. Oct. 23. we will furnish the trade with the best Oysters at the lowest prices, viz.: Mediums, "fl can....23c|Extraßelect.¥>can3oc Standards, ft can. ..'27c 11. J. If-. '_> can.. :>.">c . Selects, t? gallonsl.7s Standards 25 Paper Pails— $1; quarts, §1.50; half-gallon.' 12. with 10 per cent dis count in lots of 500. Send jour orders to E. Taylor«fcCo.,St. Paul. Interesting* to Prohibitionists. Washington Post. Dr. Schultze, of Vienna, advises stiongly the drinking of beer out of mugs instead of glasses. Beer deteriorates very quickly un der the influence of light, and mugs, partic ularly covered mugs, are much preferable to transparent glass. Iron Mountain Koute. 3 Daily Trains 3. St. Louis to the Southwest, with Through Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars to Memphis, Little Rock, "Malvern, Texarkana, Galveston, Austin, San Antonio, Fort Worth, Dallas and San Francisco. FREE RECUSING CHAIR CARS St. Louis to Little Bock, Memphis Texarkana, Houston and Galveston. The only line to the Famous Hot Springs of Arkansas, and the Popular Route to the Winter Resorts of Texas. EL C. Townsend, General Passenger and Ticket Agent, .St. Louis. Mo. A.\*\QlL\C*.'.ni..\TS. GUAM* KAIK-HKLI) OCT. 21, 25, "T _<! and 27, in the hall of the Assumption school, on Exchange street; all are invited. The Committee. THK IWK r.VEKSHI 1* II KiIEfOKOKK existing between the undersigned has been dissolved by mutual consent 1. G. Stein. 11. Rathjens. ■• !___' rpo TH f. I*l Hi.lt — MM' HAVING -L been a candidate before any ot the con ventions that have been held, nor sought a nomination from any party. I feel nt liberty to announce myself us an independent can didate for county treasurer, and ask the sup port of my fellow citizens without regard to party, not as a political favor, but as an en dorsement of my services as a public officer. F. .A. Itenz. j «■«•>. " j KELLY— ISO superior street, Katie Kelly, j age seventeen years eleven months six- j teen days. Funeral Wednesday, Oct. -5, i 9 a. m., from bt. .lames church. * WILLIAIIS-In St. Paul, .Minn., Oct. 22, j 1888, James P. William?, aged sixty-live years. Funeral from lute residence. 491 "Laurel avenue, to-day nt 10:30 a. m. Friends are invited. Chicago, ill , papers please copy. FOR FUNERALS— Carriages for .2 and hearse $3. F. W. Shirk's livery stable, 284 hast Ninth street, corner Rosabel street. JLABKIKI). I BOWEN— On Tuesday, Oct. _■;'. by Rev. R. F. Maelaren. William Voweu null • .Misv i'oso Xolen. All of si. l'aul. j v ,_ ROYAL baki^o J _^SSig^SS^!__l f^jaj"* i ~rf33*_ Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. 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. Wold only in cans. Royal Bakixg I'owdki: Co.. ion Wall street. New York AIIUSEHEXTS. Q RAND_~OFERT H OUSE! L. X. SCOTT, MANAGER. Matinee to day 2:30 p. m. To-night at 8 Great Immediate Success, RICE & ours Sumptuous production, PEARL OF PEKIN! A POSITIVE HIT. LOUIS HARRISON And a Great Star Cast. Performance commences promptly at 8. PEOPLE'S THEATER Week Commencing Monday. Opt. 22, and Wednesday and Saturday Matinees, "THE MARBLE HEART" Overture at 7:50. Curtain rises at 8 o'clock Play closes at 1 1. . ,- A -— :• Box office open from 9:30 a. m. to 10 p. m. Tickets may be secured at Butt ft Farnham's. 155 East Third street, until ii p. m. Curtain rises promptly at 8 c'clock. THE NEW DIME MUSEUM ! Kohl, Middleton & Co., Prop'rs. Week Beginning MONDAY, OCT. '"* 22. The- Zulu Giant— The Strongest of Men, UMSLOPOG-AAS ! TEX BENDER, the Cowboy Violinist. The Brightest and Best of Stage Shows. ADMISSION TO AM., ONK DIME. MONEY TO LOAN, Secured by mortgages on improved re 1 estate, on favorable terms, by E. W. Feet, Globe building-. . . I THE SAINT PAUL DAILY GLOBE: WEDNESDAY -MORNING, OCTOBER 24, 1888.— PAGES. ""*vX - v>-- tar i-Or™. I_K BJfiß _M_H mBHJI jntl Isj2_ii Ei-tS Sr^ t ft _^r m- Worth of Desirable Clothing, Hats and Furnishings Thrown Upon the Market at RUINOUSLY LOW FIGURES! TO Our purchases for the season were larger and included a finer Una of Clothing than we ever secured for our patrons before, every table being loaded with new goods, bought for ths Fall and Winter Trade. $50,000 worth of merchandise was bought to sell this season, and Sell Them We Will, kJ'wJ-LJL JL JL_LC/aXA If C? WW AJLJI^ Sell Them We Must Experience has taught us that the most effective way is to cut and slash prices on every garment to figures no other dealer dare touch. Below we specify a few of the MANY BARGAINS that await you : ™*^ ! im — -.-■_^_______________a____--_-----------**^«MBW^ lIIIWMBBW-MMBW-_-_-" MEN'S OVERCOATS. 1 I BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S OVERCOATS. 1 Our $5 and $6 Overcoats Reduced to - $3.66 1 Our $2.50 Overcoats Reduced to - $1.50 j Our 0 Overcoats Reduced to - - - 6.00 | Our 3.00 Overcoats Reduce to - - 1.98 Our 12 Overcoats Reduced to - - 8.00 Our 4.00 Overcoats Rsduod to - . 3.00 Our 15 Fur-Trimmed Overcoats Reduced to 12.00 ! I Our 5.00 Overcoats RiducetMo - - 3.66 I Our 26 Fir -Trimmed Overcoats Reduced to 15.00 j Our 7.00 Overcoats Reduced to - 4.95 Our .0 Fur-Trimmed Overcoats Reduced to 20.00 E Our 9.00 Overcrats R'duced ti - - 6.501 Our 35 Fur-Trimmed Overcoats Reduced to 28.00 1 Our 10.00 Overcoats R duoed to • 7.50 1 ''■^^AHMlAlr^"^-'-^ ""■» '-' an aBaBBJgaaHBBEMnB^aBM^m a "*-■>' i _a__-__--_a aa* «™a_- ■—»■'■•- ■ t iMMBBBaBa- a-taga---. »» u^a- agamae i n »■ ■■ m «n«ii j i _ i ■—_■•» | MEN'S SUITS. WOB. I | BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S SUITS. I 1 Our $5 Suit Reduced to • - $3.66 f Our $2.00 Suit Reduced to - - $1.48 lour 8 Suit MEN'S SUITS. - - 4.50 \ Our BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S SUITS. 1.74) Our $5 Suit Reduced ta - - $3.66 M Our $2.00 Suit Reduced to - - $1.48 Cur 8 Suit Reduced to - 4.50 Our 2.50 Suit Reduced to - • 1.74 Our 10 Suit Reduced to - - 6.00 Our 3.00 Suit Reduced ta - - 2.48 I Our 12 Suit Reduced to • • - 8.50 i Our 4.00 Suit Reduced' to - - 3.00 pur 15 Suit Reducfid to - - 10,00 1 Our 5.00 Suit R; diced to - - 3,68 I Our 15 Suit Reduced to - - - - - 14.50 1 Our 5.00 Suit Reduced to - - - - 4.95 1 Our 20 Suit Reduced to - - - 14.50 1 Our 6.00 Suit Reduced to • • 4.95 I Our 25 Suit Reduced to - - .19.00 Our 8.00 Suit Reduced to - - 6.00 j Sb ai>_ '_ 9 _________x_qm m ___*> _s________tsßOmi g________ jj*** b aaa -n amm pa ■'■■"»*' waa taa.i.-ii»^^«^iiii i^ia*-^^M''M»'^Mmiiiiiwww^w-urtiii-iLiiiiiii*i iir tmnmi\ntma___________£ ■ * — — L ... . ,11— — "— —»"—^«"^— °»^^^™^*** 4-ply Linen Collars, selling all over for 10 and 15 cents; U. S. price, 4 cents. 4-ply Linen Cuffs, selling all over for 20 and 25 cents; U. S. prtce, S cents. Men's Fancy Bordered Handkerchiefs, sold at 10 cents; U. S. price, 2 cents. All our Fine Satin-Lined Teck Faffs and Four-in-Hand Ties, ranging in price from 25 cents to $1. U, S. Price 19 Cents. Low Prices is what has mada our Hat Dapartomt so popular in this city, as there is no limit to sales when Low Prices Rule. As an indication, we are going to give you your choice of any hat in the house for (OkHI -^^_f""*l_ Tnis includes the leading Fall Styles in some of the best makes— Morris, J. B. Stetson and Hooper Hats, selling all the year round for $2.53, $3.00 and $400. 'Tis a Sweeping Reduction—A Terrible Loss, but the goods left on our hands means a greater loss. ■ i ■ - nn M — TTTTIMITI-11111-i !■ 11111 1111 11111 ■■■ - ■- '•■ ■— mimw unm-B-i ■■ ii ■■ ■■ i m-ii— oaa— g. ■■liw' Under International Hotel, Corner Seventh and Jackson Streets. jg"HE PLYMOUTH Clothing HOUSE' Established 1382. Incorporated ISSS. The Largest Clothing Store in St. Paul. Cor. Seventh and Robert Sts., 10-14 Washington Aye. North, St. Paul. Minneapolis. The Largest Clothing Store in Minneapolis. Is it not a wise economy of time and money to i always go to the largest store in town before decid ing where to purchase? The great "Plymouth" business covers everything in the way of wearing apparel for Gentlemen and Boys. The finest Clothing, Furnishings, Hats, Caps. Furs, — everything from inside to outside, from top to toe, everything reliable, everything at Plymouth Prices. ■ ■ H»«MMM_M-___ S^J Remington Standard Typewriter ! OVER 40,000 IN USE. GOLD AND SILVER MEDALS for Highest Spee^ ever recorded on Business Correspondence and Legal Testimony--99 Words Per Minute, excluding errors. - T " Full Particulars Sent on Application. WYCKOFF, SEAMANS & BENEDICT, 94 East Fourth Street, St. Paul. ■ ' : THE "VBPinDIOT Is sealed by the public in general that GEORGE R. HOLMES, 141 and 143 East Seventh street, sells Diamonds cheaper than any other houso in the city. Quotations below. eW"J BUYS A PERFECTLY MATCHED <3M Q— SINGLE-STONE LACE PIN, SKEL «3>»jU pair of diamond drops, white and . «t?-lO eton bar mounting; very neat. Brllli!tUt ' '■ J m.)/r_ DIAMOND LACE PIN, BAR ELEGANT PAIR 14-K. GOLD KNOTS, j ty&tJ mounting with coil in center form set with two sparkling while diamonds; ( ing setting for diamond. lysU> ' : — j iAMOX I- ACE PIN', §10. .--. .. ■ M-K. SKELETON MOUNTINGS. BEAU- I XJ XHte ilfully cut white diamonds, §20; these j ■ nre beauties for the price. ! OLEGANT SPRAY LACE PIN, SET WITH IfclO-PIAMOND EARDROPS. .MOUNT- -^ rubies and pearls, S'-'o. . «pIO ings representing wild rose in bloom. Cl BUYS A BEAUTIFUL LACE PIN, QIO-1-I-K. ROMAN MOUNTINGS. SET ® 10 Set with rnbies and opals. ' _ yl/4 with two sparkling small diamonds. CO A— BEAUTIFUL LACE PIN, REPRE „ CTftvp a>T\\f(»vn r\i ■;? piv rTt? W~*J senting iv wild flower in full bloom O-SIONL DIAMOND LAC* l in BAR exquisite workmanship,- with small diamond. •J mounting, knife edce: white and per- — 2 — ; fectly cut diamonds weighing 2 carats, 863; A LARGE VARIETY OF UNSET DlA don't fail to see this gieut bargain ; cheap at -1 moods; can be mounted in any design; 590. 7--. ; -';-! ' mounting on short notice. GEORGE R. HOLMES, Jeweler, 141 and 143 East Seventh Street. Opposite Hotel Ryan. Fine Watch Repairing, Diamond Setting and Engraving. Job work . promptly done. ST. PAUL PARK.. THE FINEST Suburban Townsite Around the city of St. Paul. Further Progress Reported. Tlie latest change of time card on the Burlington Motor line (fare only 6 cents) will enable the merchant and his clerk to be at their business in the city at 7 o'clock a. m. and also at 8 o'clock a. m. Tliey can leave for tlieir homes in comfortable steam train at 5:10 o'clock p. m., at 6:20 p. in. and at 9:30 p. m. Two theater trains weekly, Wednesdays and Saturdays, at 11:20 p. m. YY c Intermediate trains at 10 and 12:12 a. m. and at 2 p. m. The arrangements are perfect and j make our suburban town the most ; convenient for access. * ; ST. PAUL PARK IMPROVEMENT CO,, No. 28 East Fourth Street- Mahlon D. Miller, Presideut. - - _,'. , ma tv " . " Seererarv. . HdlOunafl f-lld/' viy-.. (*...<■ . Garden City, Blue Earth Count}*. Minn. Importers of English Shire and Perche- j ron stallions. Fifty now on hand. ; Prices low, easy terms. St. Paul office, ! 201 Eagle street. - i Un'iTc-ac. and wagons advertised iv SUN-' nurses- DAY'S GLOBE are always soid.:-.. Union Mil Co., 238 West Third. 271 West Seventh. DEALERS IN Pure Milk and Cream, Choice Creamery Butter, Fine Dairy Butter, Strictly Fresh Eggs, Full Cream Cheese, Pur 3 Strained Honey, Cranberries, Apples, Lem ons, Oranges, Preserves of all kinds, Apple Butter, Jellies of all Kinds, Navy Beans. ; 1 '.-■' :'■-■'■ -r.- - -.;. -■:.'■■ - (*2?~S peri si! Rates to Hotels and Boarding Houses. E. L. HILGEDICK, Proprietor. The World Type Writer. riIKKI'S.WI. Eapid and durable, can be operated after 10 minutes' Draetice. Will do the work of one costing ten times as much. Price, with black walnut case. $10.00. "Nickel-Plated Writer in pluah-lined B. W. case, $15 00. For descriptive circular, with., samples of work, aadress G. W. Dult'us~«_? Co.? 100 JJear born ■■greet. Chicago. - ST. PAUL FOUNDRY COMPANY, MANUFACTURERS OP Architectural Iron Work. Founders, Machinists, Blacksmiths and Pattern Makers. Send for cuts of col umns. Works on St. P., M. &M. K. H., near Como avenue. Office 102 E. Fourth street, St. Paul. C. M.POWER, Secre tary and Treasurer. BEST TEETH, $8. -'-.-.-■' Hum's Pain Method of Tooth Extraction, Flj__,l_,l_lSrC3-, - $1 TT_P. v? , Cor Ith and Wabasha, St. Faul.