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DAKOTA BATTLING 'WITH BOOZE. tf on-Partisan Prohibitionists in Ses sion at Jamestown. ORGANIZATION IS EFFECTED. Officers Elected and a Fund Started— Fatal Accident in a Grand Forks Sawmill Special to the Globe. Jamktow.v, S. D., May 29.— The non partisan Prohibition convention of North Dakota opened here this morn ing with a small attendance. 11. J. Mallory, of Ludden, member of the last legislature, was elected chairman, and Mrs. J. C. White, of Castelton, secre t-it v. The delegates were welcomed by Rev. J. 11. Teall. Rev. M. Barker, of Fargo responded. The executive com mittee of the recent Grand Forks organ ization reported articles of an improved and strengthened asso ciation, to be known as the North Dakota Non-Partisan Temper ance alliance, which were adopted and the following officer, elected: President, H. J. Mallory, Ludden: vice president, H. A. Foss, Grand Forks: corresponding secretary, J. C. White, Casselton; recording secretary, Mrs. J. C. White; treasurer, 11. J. Rowe; gen eral agent, Rev. M. Barker, Fargo; di rectors, John Miller, N. M. Young, F. G. Young, Key. J. Lane, H. R."Dickin son, Reynolds; 11. 11. Mott, Grafton; W. J. Barton, R. M. Winslow, J. F. . James, Menokcn. This new organi zation supercedes the Grand Forks one. Its plan is similar to that of the one now in existence in Washington territory. The question of finances to conduct campaign work Is settled by a stock scheme that is engrafted in the new organization by which $250,000 is expected to be raised. Stock will be sold for 610 per share, and in return for money the purchaser receives a certi ficate of life membership in the alliance. The plan worked well in Washington, and is expected to raise all the money needed here for campaign purposes for ten years. Mrs. Barker, president of the territorial W. C. T. IL, delivered an address to-night. WILL. OBSERVE IN STYLE. Memorial Day Preparations at Watertown— Gossip. Special to the Globe. Water-town*, Dak., May 28.—Deco ration day will be observed here under the auspices of the G. A. R. and Com pany 11 of the D. N. G., music by the Capital City band and an oration by Rev. G. H. Parker. Gov. Mellette and wife will give a reception at their fine residence Wednesday evening. Great preparations are being made for the military encampment at Lake Kam peska June 20. Col. Sheaf appointed Dr. H. S. Seavy, of Mitchell, assistant surgeon, and S. W. Lockwood, of Brookings, major of the Second regi ment. An excursion train of ten coaches will leave St. Paul and Minne apolis Sunday night for Watertown. Heavy rains to-day helped the growing crops greatly. ' KILLED IN A MILL. John Foley Meets With a Painful Death at Grand Forks. Special to the Globe. Ghaxd Forks, Dak., May 28.— John Foley, aged seventeen, was instantly killed at Walker's sawmill this after noon. He was working around the lath machine when a piece of bolt flew out and struck him over the heart. He had made arrangements to turn out on Dec oration day with the Sons of Veterans,, to which he belonged. -Much sympathy is expressed for the family. He was the oldest child. .-r.y TWIN STATE TALK. The meeting of pastors of the Sioux Falls Methodist district at Parker last week adopted the following resolution: Resolved, That we recognize the impor tance of the subject of heredity, and pledge ourselves to preach on the subject once dur- Jupr_tbe year: The Valley City Times is one of the North Dakota papers that believes Col. Louusberry is entitled to. a congres sional seat from the coming north state, and it reasons well. . Col. Lounsberry has done North Dakota more real good than all its politicians.— Yankton Press. These gentlemen will have to be somewhat careful in their handling of such a subject. The doctrine of free dom of the will, which is fundamental with the Methodist church, declares the individual to be able to himself deter mine his actions, his impulses, his be liefs, his disposition, his whole mental and moral being.— Sioux Falls Press. lt is said that Dakota will not get a circus this year for the reason that the territory is full of politicians, and the weakest of them can ride two or three horses at the same time. A circus is, therefore, not a drawing card in the "West.— Bismarck Tribune. Sp-3_S Oh, but won't the people of this fer tile Red River valley feel gloriously good this fall when they have harvested the best crop of wheat ever grown here. Only think of It— from thirty-five to forty bushels per acre of No. 1 hard, the most beautiful golden grain you ever saw. Then won't Drayton and old Pembina just boom! The future pros perity of our*farmers and business men is an assured fact. Everybody is happy over the almost certain prospects of a bountiful harvest.— Drayton Echo. Capt. Baker, of Fargo, who has been In the city for a day or two past, is our authority for predicting that Maj. Ed wards, of tlie Argus, will yet cut a fig ure in the councils of the new state. Mitchell Republican. It is a great pity that men who know something about Indians cannot be placed in the Indian department. A letter republished elsewhere in this is sue from the acting Indian commissioner illustrates the fact that it is unneces sary for a man in that position to know anything whatever of the reservations, the work of an Indian agent or the con fidence to be reposed in the Indians themselves.— City Journal. mt FACTS AND FANCIES. • Iskender Bey's Celebrated Collec tion. The exhibition of lskender Bey's High Oriental Art Goods at 46 East Third street fascinates the visitor like a magic. Such splendor and magnificence have" rarely been seen in America. He will hold a final auction sale of these goods on Friday to close out the entire stock, as he will return to Turkey. A GREAT OPPORTUNITY for an Investment That Will Reap Rich Harvest in the Next Five Years. In to-day's issue of the Globe -is printed the usual announcement made by administrators when closing out the personal effects of a deceased. Whilst the men in charge of the estate have given a full summary of all personal property belonging to Mr. Brennan, it Is almost impossible for them in an or dinary investment to impress upon the minds of those who may seek the pur chase of this business, the real value of the Immense retail iumber trade that Mr. Brennan left behind him. He, like many other successful business men, began iD a small way, and, although not : an experienced lumberman.succeededin eight years in building up the most lucra tive lumber business of any man* in the Northwest. This fact can be proved by the sales made at the office. The books ihow the business fully up to what was ione by him last season. The secret of .Mr. Brennan's success in so few years is well known to St.' Paul lumber deal ers, and must ~be largely attributed to his mill -plant at Hinckley, together with his systematic control - of Grind stone lake ami rivers, together with all the valuable stumpage tributary to these streams. The sale of this most valuable plant next Monday affords, au. extraor dinary opportunity to -a man seeking a lumber investment, to step Into the •business established by this great' man,*' and reap a rich harvest hi tho next few. years. •*'--", *.-;■ -;;- After Many Days'; Wafting Seventh street is again open for traffic, and the retail merchants on 'this thor oughfare and ; their many patrons are highly pleased - thereat. Habighorst <& Co. have concluded to celebrate the same by ". offering unusual inducements #in summer goods.* '■ They are showing beautiful 45-lnch embroidered flounc insrs at 50 cents and upwards.' Narrower widths in proportion. The finest qual ity of American sateens (such as have been sold elsewhere as imported), at 15 cents per yard.- A good quality: of American sateens at 10 cents, and still another ln a good variety of patterns at 8 cents per yard. Habighorst & Co., •233, 233 and 237 East Seventh street. Artistic Upholstering of All Kinds. Peter Eiswirth & Son, 82 West 7th. The Artesian. Well Drilling Company is prepared, with the latest and best improved machinery, for drill ing Water Wells. Wells drilled prompt ly and at moderate prices. 319 Jack son street. St. Paul. Minn. Carpets and Feathers Cleaned By Dickenson & Gross. Oth & Cedar sts Jewel Gasoline Stoves, .y£yw Latest improvements at Robert See ger's, 260 East Seventh*. Jewel Stove— Gasoline .-. 12c per gal. R. Seeger, 260 East Seventh. ■_• yy-yty? TUESDAY AT STILLWATER. gauntry's Big Contract for Famishing Cedar Posts. EAU CLAIRE DRIVE HUNG UP. ________ ■ ■ ■ A Portion of the Cars for the Street Railway Expected To- Bay. _ J William Sauntry contracts to furnish the city with 27,000 cedar "posts for pav ing blocks, loaded on the cars at White Birch, Wis., at 12J_ cents apiece, eac„ post to be seven feet and four inches long, and uot less than four inches in diameter at the smaller end, all to be unbarked and suitable for the use In tended. One-third of the total amount of money is to be paid him at the time of inspection and delivery of the posts and the remainder June 25 next. C. M. McCluer returned yesterday from the East, where, as heretofore stated, he called upon E. C. Vick, who is expected here this week. The gates of the main dam on Kettle river were 'hoisted yesterday in an effort to give an impetus to the hung-up drive of ' O'Neal Bros., and the latter have sent up a man to ascertain the effect. He was expected to report last night whether the opening of the gates had afforded a driving stage of water. The Eau Claire drive is hung up about two miles above Big rock, four miles above St. Croix falls, and the St. Croix clam has consequently been ordered closed in order to secure another head of water. E. S. Brown, of. the street . railway company, said yesterday that a portion of the cars would undoubtedly arrive from St. Louis to-day, -. having been transferred for shipment at Savanna to the Milwaukee river line Monday. Mr. Brown says also that the bed for the engine at the power house is now so complete that the work of adjusting the engine, when it arrives, can be accom plished very speedily, and he fixes June 15 as the date at which the street car line will be in operation, Deo volente. Memorial day will be duly observed in Stillwater, a chief feature being the address by Col. Mason, of the regular army, now stationed at . Fort Snellinff. The various committees appointed in connection with the exercises are: - On general arrangements, Adam Marty, George W. Bennett, Greenleaf Dore, J. M. Darling and J. R. M. Gaskill; on printing, V. C. Seward; music, Eben Foster, R. G. Rhodes carriages, Har low Melntyre; graves, Adam Marty; flowers, M. Shepard, George W. Ben nett, J. M. Darling, Allen Huey, L. B. Castle. Company X, M. S. N. G., will act as escort to Muller post, G. A, R. and the orator of the day. The proces sion will form at 2 o'clock on Chestnut street, with the right restlug on Sec ond, and the line of march will be up Second to Mulberry, east on Mulberry to Main, up Main to the state prison, thence back to the opera house, where the following programme will be car ried out: Dirge by the band; prayer by Rev. J. M. Bull; song of quartette ; reading of orders; reports of commit tees; music by cornet band; address by Col. Mason; hymn, '-America," by band and audience; decoration of its memo rial cross; benediction. The board of education held a meet ine last evening to arrange for the ne gotiation of the 130,000 school district bonds lately issued. They were once supposed to have been sold to W. J. Hayes & Son, of Cleveland, 0., but those parties imagined something tech nically wrong and. the contract Is can celed. The bonds will be readily dis posed of to advantage— part, at least, to Stillwater parties. -_g_BBSPP_Pf A fiie,Btarting from some unexplained cause at noon yesterday, threated to de stroy a vast amount of property in the yards of the St. Croix Lumber company at the village of South Stillwater, but was extinguished by the mill fire appar atus with a loss of not over 1300. The Stillwater fire department and steamer responded to the call, and made the trip of three miles in good time.-- y -Ex-Senator Sabin; returned yesterday from the East, and again departed for St. Paul and Wild wood, Wis. Moritz Bergstein, jnnk dealer, has met the fate that befel Tenner & Co., and has succumbed to *. a levy by the sheriff . on a . writ of attachment, issued at the instance of A. T. Jenks, who in dorsed Bergstein's paper at the Lumber men's bank to the extent of 1500, for/ all of which he Is held. The assets include some real estate, all of which is thought to be incumbered. Mr. Bergstein's dif ficulty came from an ambitious : en deavor to push his business beyond his strength. The failure of J. A. Tenner & Co. appears to have been a bad one, the lia bilities being double , the assets. ■■. Mr. Frederick, the confidential bookkeeper, estimates the assets at not over $5,000 and the debts at $10,000. There, is , from $3,000 to $4,000 due the firm in Dakota . which is wholly uncollectable. . The case of the state against Nels . Hanson, charged with ; violating - the meet inspection law, .was continued in the municipal court yesterday until next Saturday. AMl*S*E*t_E**«TS. y - ' _ — ■ - ■ -_.■■■ -i - ■mm- i ■ — ■■ -ii ■ ■ ■ ■ -■ i. -. m PEOPLE'S THEATRE. GREAT HIT '-^—TO-NIGHT!— GREAT HIT! THEsROMANYsRYE I y Wednesday and Saturday matinees at 2p. m. New Faces. , First appearance of Miss ,' Eleanor Moretti, Leading Lady; Miss Kalherine Florence, .Juvenile Lady; Mr. Luke Martin, l he Great Comedian. . Magnificent Scenic : Effects. - Great Transformation Scenes. Tickets It Mussetter's. corner Fourth and "Wabasha, and Finch's Jewelry store, 155 E. Third street.- THE SAINT PAUL DAILY GLOBE: WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 29, 1889. PIEP. STARK-Dlcd In : St. Paul, May 28, 1889, - : Mrs. i Aaolph * Stark. Funeral • from ' resi dence, corner Dawson and Arcade streets, -~ Wednesday, May 29, at *■ 8 o'clock p. m. . Friends invited. -A v * MURDOCK— Died at Macalester Park. Tues- ■ j day morning. Miry 28, ' 1889, Rex Orleans . Murdock, youngest | son lOf - Sabin fB. and 1 Mary A. Murdock, aged « thirteen years and : -*'• three mouths. • Funeral from the residence . I of his sister, Mrs. E. V. M. Kenner, Wednes- : - day atteruoon at 2 s o'clock. ■' Friends * and ; relatives of the family are * iuviied to at- . . tend. ' FOR y FUNERALS-Carriage. - for is 2 • Mid ' . hearse $3. ,E. W. Shirk's livery stable, 284 j **" East Ninth street, corner Rosabel street -;-\ ; ftOTAI f __S§y i 6 POWDER Absolutely Pure This powder never varies. A marvel of purity, strength and wholesomeness. More economical than the i ordinary . kinds, . and cannot be sold in competition with the mul- ; titude of . low test short weight , alum or • phosphate powders. Sold only in cans. Royal - Baking Powder Co.; 100 Wall St.. N. Y. - amusements. : ■ NEWMARKET THEATER. Last Two Performances To-Day. -• Matinee 2:30 p. m. , To-nieht at 8. SID C. FRANCE In MARKED FOR LIFE. Four Nights and Saturday Matinee, Com mencing Thursday, May 30, Geo. H. Adams I and Toma Haulon in HE/SHE HIM PHER Sale of seats now open. GRAND 111 1 1 II Musicjeslival! People's Church, corner : Pleasant avenue and . Chestnut street, St. " Paul, Monday, * Tuesday and Wednesday evenings at 8, and Tuesday and Wednesday Matinees at 2:30, JUNE 3, 4 and 5. The Festival Forces embrace the following world-renowned artists: MISS EMMA JUCH, Prsmft pr?nT aSo Mme. Terese Herbert-Foerster— * Prima Donna Soprano ; Miss Helen yon Doenhoff— Prima Donna Contralto Mr. James H, Rlcketson . . Tenor Sig. Jules Perotti, ?a ce m m o o^n e d rfo n . heard in America since Wachtel Sig. Gulseppo Campanari............ Baritone Herr Emil Fischer .... ......Bass Mr. Max 8endix...:.... V.. . .....". ."...Violinist Mr. Victor Herbert.*...... .. Violoncellist Miss Adele Aus Der Ohe, _. S: iste and the protege : of Yon Bulow and Liszt, y - . 2y-, - Grand Symphony Orchestra.' rf| EMINENT FA 3D MUSICIANS 31) Mr. CARL ZERRAHN, CONDUCTOR. And a Grand Festival Chorus of 200 Voices 200 Mr. Henry McLaehlan, Conductor. Sale of season tickets open at W. J. Dyer & Bro.'s music stores, St. Paul and Minneap olis. First choice season tickets, $6, includ- • ing reserved seats to the five . Grand . Festival Concerts. Orders for reserved seats received by mall or telephone. Sale of single tickets opens Wednesday ; price. $1.50. G-ROTE'S TIVOLI! BRIDGE SQUARE. FRED SANDER, - PROPRIETOR. 003STOEK.T Every Evening & Sunday Afternoon *.♦ — —BY— — F. Straka's Lady Orchestra! PROGRAMME: "- *- 1. March— "Honved" Strauss 2. Waltz— "L'Estuaiantina".....Waldteufel 3. Overture— ••Tanered". ........... Rossini 4. P01ka... v............. "Terpsichorean" 5. Selection— "Scherz und Ernst.... ' 6. Serenade— After the -..*•-• 8a11"..... ... v.... ...'....'.;.. Brastet 7. Xylophone 5010. ... * ..Miss Sophia Straka 8. Overture— VComique"....' . Keler-Bela 9. Violin 5010......... .......... Emil Straka 10. Waltz— ""lmmortellen"...... ......Gungl 11. Grand •'Martha' Y.';....Flotow 12. "Debutautin".. Kepetzky 13. Xvlophone Duet .............'. .... -*•■-'• Misses Sophia and Bertha Straka. y. 14. Waltz— "Fedora" ............ . Buccalossi 15. Quadrille— "Beggar Student".. Millocker 16. Qalop— "Autumn Leaves" Sehlepegrell DKohl, Middleton & Co.'s ma I M E MUSEU IYI — — — positively: LAST WEEK, THE OSSIFIED MAN! Madame Carver and Son-^;^ — '— — y Dick James,' Molle Nora Theater No. The Edwards in* "Is Mar riage a Failure?" Theater No.. 2— Waller & Forrest's Specialty- Co. "■" '" — ■ DR. W. D.GREEN, ;; DENTAL SPECIALIST CORNER SEVENTH AND PINE STS I have sole control in the Twin Cities of a new method for . clasping artificial teeth Ito the gums, and would De pleased to - show its merits to the inspecting public. ;y • ■ Men's Genuine Porpoise Hide shoes.' Price 87; or our celebrated $3.50 Calf Sewed Shoes, sent CO. D. on approval. . Lovering, tha Shoe Man. St. Paul, Minn. Administrators' SALE We Will Receive Sealed Bids Until MONDAY, JUNE 3d, At 12 o'clock m. for all the personal property be longing to the estate of Thomas Brennan, deceased, together with all the rights and privileges under a certain contract made between Strong & Brennan and the St. Paul & Duluth Railroad Company, dated June 1, 1882, which rights and privileges were the property of the said Thomas Brennan at time of his decease, the following being a complete list as per inventory to be seen at my office, corner Sixth and Robert streets, St. Paul: STUM PAGE. In Pine and Kanabec Counties, - 38,994,000 feet. LOGS. To be delivered at Hinckley boom, estimate, - - - 9,000,000 feet. MERCHANDISE. In store at Hinckley, estimate, - $9,965.67 manufactOreiFlumber, In yards at Hinckley, estimate, feet, - 7,051,862 In yards at St. Paul, estimate, feet, - - 3,060,091 In yards at St. Paul, Shingles, estimate, No. 310,000 In yards at Hinckley, Shingles, estimate, 1,361,250 In yards at Hinckley, Lath, estimate, - 10,150 In yards at St. Paul, Lath, estimate, - - 13,000 In yards at St. Paul, Cedar Posts, estimate, 4,361 In yards at St. Paul, Tar Felt, estimate, lbs. 9,726 In yards at St. Paul, Doors, estimate, No. - 29 In yards at Hinckley, Doors, estimate, _- . :>. _ - 45 In yards at Hinckley, Windows, estimate, - 24 In yards at St. Paul, Windows, estimate, - 16 In yards at St. Paul, Corner Blocks, estimate, 612 In yards at St. Paul, Spindles, estimate, - 196 •■■■■■■■• *» ■ ' - . - MILL PLANT. Saw Mill, Shingle Mill, Planing Mill, together with long lease of 20 acres of ground, which in cludes yards and all trackage belonging to the mills. Horses, Wagons, Etc. At St. Paul— Teams Horses, 18 Sets Double Har ness, 18 Wagons. At Hinckley— s Horses, 17 Oxen, 8 Logging Sleds, with chains complete, 2 Wagons. CAMP OUTFITS. * Camp "A," 2 large Stoves and all other usual utensils complete. Camp "C," 2 large Stoves and all other usual utensils complete. Terms and Conditions of Sale ! One-half cash will be demanded of purchaser, the balance to be paid in rone year from date of sale, with interest at the rate of seven per cent per annum, by furnishing approved note. The sum of Twenty-Five Thousand ($25,000) Dollars will be required of successful bidder pending the approval of sale by the court. The estimate of stumpageiin* Pine and Kanabec coun ties, as made by the Administrators, is to be conclusive. Intending purchasers will i prepare their bids per thou sand on Logs, Lumber and Milt products, as quantities will be lessened by the operation of the business since invoice was taken. • » All Logs are to be delivered at Hinckley boom. v The grade of Lumber is determined by our classification; to be seen piled in yards, where it will be delivered. - v : >' The Administrators reserve the right to reject any or all bids. MARY A. BRENNAN, Administratrix. llliill l *- mi » lslrirt^ Wffli UftnoUl. Jlij i : /ft\fi $ *_i^|- : _^P\ IS THE HAND THAT WINS ! AND IT SIMPLY AIMS That since the day Ready-Made Clothing" was first made there has never been offered in this city, or any other, Men's Suits for within 25 per cent of the value ours are at $8, $10 and $12! Hundreds and hundreds are here to select from at these fi?ure3. All these Suits are perfect in every particular; all newly made for ] this season's trade. They come in Sacks and Frocks, in Cassimeres, Corkscrews, Worsteds, Cheviots, Tweeds, etc. Our ready cash secured these immense values, at the commencement of the season, at a loss of several thousand dollars to the manufacturers. They Pocket the loss, Qui Patrons Pocket tie Cain ! ""-___L_A_TS!«"««. We have taken special pains to make this department popular, and have succeeded beyond a doubt. When you want a Hat of any kind, from a 5. Straw to a fine Silk one, don't waste time in looking around, but ; COME AND SEE US ! UNITED SMS i CLOTHING CO. Corner Seventh and Jackson Sts. ! ■ — — — ■» ' ' _______' ' ' ___■_. : ' ________ : H-liHU '• _____ *• ; _ v— •. ,_^^ ■_ SCREENS! Are You Going to Want IT MAY PAY YOU SAf\ jfmx ■__ v n mg\ To talk to us before buying*. gill L I Eti V We have something of inter \ 1 X■■ Br Xl \ est to say. We place on sale If 1 11 I M il Monday morning 10,000 Ad- W VII _■_ mm B m W jus table Extension Window cod vmiD Screens. The best Screen in hUK YUUK the market. Will fit any win ifii Ihifl n ifli n siM 24x30 3 ° c ' 24x38 39 °' Ii lIIUU II U SCREEN DOORS. AND £&&}AnjSinsU9! T\mf\f\Y\Ci C\ 3xlo by 7xlO J * -;.,. '' 1 ■■ 18 I fm¥ Jf Extra fanny, strong and well made, - \#V #" #11 _. J■ 17 three panels, walnut finish. -See 'them 2-\^MmW y^mV.^m* A.m\.TmW : . • before orderuie yours. nim ii iii mm^gma HAMMOCKS. y^^^^^^B^^^^^Sp^^^K^i We sfl °* twenty styles from 35c up. ffi|^ro^______a_-___-^^^ "fe 5^ g ur (, es ' Mexican Braid Edge Hammock, i___fl__flli^_B__rVffVn____r*__-§_. feet lon^' or Nott}! "9 better. IW-_rt-nf--i H*T__ll/m¥fl ' Also a full assortment ropes, spreads, HgH|Bß|^Mßß^^HßßfcU^^« . hooks, head rests and pillows. All at *™ -PWWBBBB-_----__llß^ popular prices. AT THE GOLDEN RULE, Corner Seventh and Minnesota Streets. -vJMbw Schliek IE, *^*&BO*Z7^™MLWP 85 am i 87 East Third St., St. Panl. Jp-_fift SUMMER FOOTWEAR ! *W|MaaKH|_i^^W Ladies' and Cents' Tan and Russet-Col- ored Shoes. 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