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Ilany Horses Lower Their Records in the Events at Lexington. Storm Shows Himself to Be Fast by Pacing a Mile in 2:10 1-2. One of the Events a New De parture in Harness Racing-. rzr^P*'^ m m mw — *— *^pr^ m T\ Cleveland Wins the Second Series League Cham pionship. Lexington, Ky.. Oct. 11. — Clear, pleasant weather contributed to the successes of the races of the Kentucky Trotting Horse Breeders' association today. About 5,000 spectators were en thusiastic witnesses of the sport There were five races on the programme, with forty-two entries,of which forty started. A striking feature of the racing was the lowering of the time very materially below that of the class in which the j horses were entered. In the first race, I which was continued from yesterday, the winner of every heat lowered the time considerably below his best former record. The time— 2:lo}-j— in the sec ond heat of the second race elicited a tremendous shout when it was an nounced. A novelty in the trotting race, and in fact a new departure, was the nire-furlongdash which constituted the third race, It was made in s:Sl}£, which is at the rate of a mile in 2:14":,'. For reasons best known to the judges, the Bel*. Here Declared on* in (he first heat of the second race. The objections seemed to be against the manner in which Cleveland was driven. Martha Wilkes and Sur.ol are here. Martha Wilkes was shown by Build Doble today. An exciting episode oc curred at the ciose of the second heal in the fourth race, in which Sallie B, who came in eighth, fell dead just after pass ing under the string. Summaries: • 2:17 class unfinished yesterday- Nelly Mason .' .3 0 111 Dr. Sparks 0 1 3 3 3 Pactolus 1 11 10 5 4 Fred S. Hikes 2 2 410 9 Gillette 5 0 .> 2 2 Clara 1) 9 7 2 8 7 Ollie Wiikes 7 4 11 4 5 Bonhomie It 5 f, 7 10 Incense 8 8 7 9' 6 Ben Wallace 10 10 911 6 -•--ma 4 3 h 0 dr Turn Arden dis L'hiquerita dis Time, *i:l^'ii. 2:14%, 2:u£>. 2:l4*>i, 2:15. _': 16 class pacing, purse, 81,000— Storm 0 13 4 11 Walnut Boy 2 3 115 3 •"■•''•l ". 14 4 2 3 2 Cleveland S 4 2 2 3 4 ro Cassie 3 .*) 5 5 2 fo ripotip 5 G ii dis Time. 2:Kti». 2:lf'i 2 , 2:1 Hi. l:l£*4i, 2:14-4. Phoenix hotel >talr« -. SfclO added, dash of Due ahd an eighth miles- Honest George 1 so Long 2 Walter E ."..!.".'. .".'.'.'."'.'.'.'.'.".'.!!'.'.'. '.'.3 CC ........ ..!.4 1i.:.. I Wilkes '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. "...» Grace Napoleon t; \ ■■-. i\ .. . ■■ Time. •.':.:; u. 2:15 class, trotilnjr, !..:-■ gl,sCo— Grecnl*af 115 1 L tia Wilkes '; 2 1 3' siuimieolon .-. ...9 5 2 2 j L'athariiie Deyburn 6 3 3 4. Allorita ...3 4 4 6! Myrtle li . « « 7 r> Stella X '.'.'" ■■: 7. s 7 Wheatland Onward *'.'.'.'.'lo 9 '.1 8 Valentine ti in Ger bailie i; . i g i Time, 2:1 •,%,, L':!4U. 2:15, 2:14%. * ' Three-year-olds, irol ing, open to all, mile heats, two in three: purse SI. " 0— Kentucky-Uniou . ..'. 1 .1 | Maybriuo (>ueen ' 2-2 1 Bill Lind.-ay ..;:.......*.s a ! Time, 2 li . 2: !Hi .. XHRKK GOOD ACES dTitnessed on the Independence Zvite-Shapc-ii Track. INDEPENDENCE. 1.'., Oct 11.— Good weather again favored the Bush Park •meeting today, and three good races were the consequence. In the first iieat live of the fourteen starters were in a bunch at the distance and were de clared out, but cii a complaint of the drivers four of them were allowed to start again. In the race for two-year olds who never before .started Chester T was too good for bis field and won the two Ileitis handily. Summaries: 2:2.* i trot, * arse jKU)— * Glitter 11l Shade Land Baron ............ 4 2;; Fair Rosamond 3 8 2 Red iron 1 12 11 War Call 8 3 5 Genevieve 5 4 7 Betsy 1 it 5 4 l-flot (i 9 9 Lee Chief 7 10 32 Hugh G dis 6 6 American Gilt 1... :..[.:. 1".*.'*... ois 7 8 Waverly dis 11 10 Twinkle dis I'd dr Tommy Boy dis '1 ime, 2:u."< : 2; .::; 2:27*4. Two year-old trot. purse i'2,o— rT 1 1 "Maggie .Mikes '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'*.'.!. '.'.'.'.'.'.■.*.'.'; 2 2 Grene ;i 4 Aereoliie " "4 3 j- h. D :.:*;::. dis March dis Judge Haskel \ ,!....uis 'i'inie. 2:37V5 : 2:'.¥.Vi. 2:2f* pace, ; . 1 Eggleton 3 1 1 1 Judge West 1 2 4 \i Vernie 2 ;; » o ih ..'4 4 a 4 Wiilie Kiley dis Time, 2:2;t4:"2":24*4: 2:24t5: 2:20. S-TILIi HOLDS GOOD. Robert Bonner Reiterates His B $3,000 Offer. "Sew Yoisk. Oct. 11.— Robert Bonner. in a letter to the New YorK Times, re ferring to a prediction made a year ago in a letter to (Jen. Tracy, secretary of the navy, that a horse would yet be found to trot a mile in two minutes, and bis offer to give $5,000 to the owner of any horse that would trot within 2:05, to say nothing of two minutes, on any of the grand circuit tracks, asserts that the offer still holds good, but the per formance must be made with one of the old regulation sulkies and not to one of those that have come into use in the past three months. - FITZSIMMON'S SIGNS A Contract to Meet Hall' Before Bthe Olympic Club. New Okleans. Oct. 11.— Today Boh Fitzsimmous affixed his signature to a contract to fight Jim Hall at catch weights before the Olympic club of this city about Feb. 1 for a purse of J?15,00d. President Noel immediately cabled Hall in London, asking him if lie was will ing to accept. Fitzsimmons. who is here playing an ffeafllßaking USLJaPowder. The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; No Alum. Used in Millions of Homes — Years, the. Standard. j engagement with a theatrical company, j says lie is prepared to meet -Jim Corbett i as soon as his engagement is over, and. will light him for a purse of *£**5,(M0, if any club will put up the money. Fitz simmons is bitter at the treatment ac corded him by Corb.-lt after the Sulli van light. lie disclaims any desire for notoriety, and says that he has all along wanted to meet the Califorman, and especially after what he did to Him in this city last month. LAMPLIGKTKII'S CINCH. The Great Three- Year-Old Has a Walkover. New Yoke,' Oct. 11.— racing at Morris Park today resulted: First race, three-quarters of a mile—Adel bert won. Steve Estes second, Daisy rlari third. Time, I:l3*m. Second race, mile— Nero won. Mary Stone second. Speculation third. Time. l:iC*>4. Third race, three-quarters oi a mile— King let won, Sport second, Balance third. Time. 1:I**-U. Fourth race, mile and five-sixteenths — "No mad won. Fidelio second. Pickpocket third. Time. 2:15. Fifth race.three-qrarlers of a mile— Ycmeu won. Grand Prix second, Lalluli tlii'il. Time. 1:11-",. Sixth race— Lamplighter walked over. GLOUCESTER WINNERS. Results on the Southern. New Jer sey Track. ('i.oucESTF.rj.Oct. 11.— The races here today resulted as follows: First race, five-eighths of a mile— Roland I won. Boston Tommy second. Criterion idird. Time, 1 :KiU. Second nice, live-eighths of a mi'e-Clinkum j Bell won, \\ i 'son Taylor second, Neodamia I third. 'J'irae, l:o*.*¥i. Third race, six nnd a quarter furlongs — Silence won, Lucke second, Lillie 1$ tiiirJ. Time. •.".("'.-i. Fourth race, one mile— Sandstone won.Ad i die 1? second, Bhouo third. Time. 1:15*. Filth race, six and a quarter furlongs— Leo Brigel won. A. O. 11. second. Chartreuse third. Time. 1 '!•>. Sixth race, mile and a sixteenth— Darling won. Elkton second, King Idle third, Time, 1 :.">;•. ONLY ONE FAVORITE. The Talent Has a Bad Day at M?B Hawthorne. CniCAGO, Oct. 11.— Only one favorite caught the judges' eyes at Hawthorne today. Patrick, at odds on, turned the trick. Summaries: li;.*: race, five furlongs— Quarrel won, Al turos second, Taylor iltiid. lime. i :04. Second race, handicap, eight and a half furlongs— Lester won.- Bay r* second, Santa Anna tliiid. 'time, li-JCiU* Third race, three-year-olds, seven furlongs — Sunshine Whisky won. "Zaldivar second, Teutonic third. Time, ) :.: te. Fourth race, two-year-olds, three-quarters of a — Watnpazo won, Autiini second, Gov. Filer third. Time. I:lE*'4. Fifth race, selling, mile and -evenly yards —Patrick won. BauKruptsecoud,Geu d'Arme third. Time, 1:49*6. The Hooky Must Pay. CiiiCAoo, Oct. 11.— Judge Tuley this morning refused the release on Habeas corpus proceedings of F. D. Weber, the bookmaker who was arrested at Garfield park during the raids by the police, and who was lined SIM) by Justice Woodman at the time that official made the dis closure of Mike McDonald's attempt at bribery. STRUGGLED IN VAIN. Pittsburg and Cleveland Play a Tie Game. PiTTSBui'.G, Oct. 11.— The Pittsburg-** Cleveland game was called at the end of the ninth inning today on account of darkness, both teams having lour runs to their credit. Score: R. H. E. Pittsburg .v.-.O 0 0 10 0 0-0 3—4 ti 0 Cleveland 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0— J 5 4 Batteries. Terry and Jlack, C'iarksou and Ziinmer; umpire, Gaffuey. ONE- SIDED I.N GOTHAM. I New York, Oct. 11.-— New York won I a one-sided game from the mores • today. Game was called at the end of I the sixth inning owing to darkness. Score : • R. H. E. New York • 1 0 7 10 0—1)13 2 I Baltimore 0 0 0 0 0 4—4 2 1 I Batteries, Russie .and Boyle. Schmidt and Robinson; umpire, Ed Crane. JUST ONE FEATURE. Cincinnati, Oct. li:— There was just | one feature iv today's same between Chicago and Cincinnati— one not infre quent—a home run by Holliday. Score: R. 11. c Cincinnati... 2 0-000200 o—4 12 5 Chicago 2 0 0 2 0 0 10 o—s 9 1 Batteries, Chamberlain, Murphy and Vaughn. Luby and Kittredge; umpire, Mc tiuaid. HITS THAT COUNTED. Philadelphia, Oct. 11.— Phillies beat the Seuatois this afternoon by bunching their hits. Game called after sixth inning on account of darkness. Score : Washington 1 3 0 0 0 C— 4 0 2 Phiiadelnhia. 0 2 2 12 o—7 11 -J Batteries, Killen and McGuire, Weyhing and Clements: umpire, Lynch. ( ROOKS WAS IX THE GAME. St. Louis, Oct. 11.— St. Louis made two doubles and four singles off Stratum in the third inning of today's game, earning four runs and. practically win ning the contest. Crooks made some great stops at second base. Score: K. H. E. St Louis 2 0 4 10 0 0 0 *— 17 6 Louisville.... 2 ii 0 0 0 3 0 0 I—o (3 2 Batteries, Buckley and Breitenstein, Mer rittaud Stratton; umpire. Snyder. EACH TOOK A BALL, Brooklyn, Oct. 10.- Boston won to day '-, first game. The contest was close and interesting, and the pitching per fect. Score: R. H. E. Brooklyn 0 0 10 0 0 0 2 o—3 s .', 805t0n....... 0 0 v 1 2 1 0 0 *— 4 7 1 Batteries. Stein and Daly, Nichols and Ganzei; umpire, Emslie. Tiie Brooklyn.-, entered upon their last game of the season on the home j grounds with a vim. At the end of 'the fifth Umpire Emslie thought the Bostons badly enough beaten and called the game. Score: „ K. U. E. Brooklyn .4 2 2 1 o— o 7 0 Boston 0 a (i 0 o— :> 4 3 f- Batteries. Kennedy end Daley, Stive and Gauzel: umpire. Emslie. «s» Northwestern Patents. Special to the Globe. I Washington, Oct. 11. — Northwest- I em patents issued today, reported by Paul .v. Merwin. patent attorneys, Washington, St. Paul and Minneapolis. ! Minnesota— Plow, Uriah A. Cleveland, j Albert Lea; clutch, James Fitzgerald, Duluth; dust collector, John J. Gerard, I Minneapolis: glue heater, John Luger j Sr., North St. Paul; glue-applying ap j paratus. John Luger Sr., and L. Luger, i North St. Paul; melting p.ot, Roger S. Pease, Rose; grain elevator, power mechanism, Dighton Robinson. Minne apolis; electric switch, Milton K.Utley, Minneapolis; pneumatic chair. Abraham P. Watson, Lake City; design lor spoon, Then B. Myers, St. Paul; feme. Larkin S. Safford, Kelso. N. D.; lamp extin guisher, Max Goetze, Sturgis, S. D. ; chart and blackboard. John B. and M. C. Powell, Parker, S. 1). Largest in the World. Chicago, Oct. 11.— Charles T.Yerkes, the street railway magnate, has ordered ! the largest telescope in the world for i the new Chicago university. It will j have a diameter of f -five inches, I eleven larger than the Lick telescope. ! The cost will be 9500.000. THE BAI-NTT PAUL DAILY GLOBE: : WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 12, iv* s . CHOPPED TO PIECES. Terrible Butchery of an Un known Woman in Glas gow, Scotland. The Victim Literally Chopped to Pieces by tne Fiend ish Murderer. All Internal Organs Removed and the Limbs and Body Dismembered. Police Hope to Soon Capture the Murderer, Who Has Disappeared. Glasgow, Oct. 11.— The most horrible murder in the criminal history of this city was committed last night at West- Lodge, a village on the outskirts of Glasgow. A woman, still unidentified, was mutilated after the method of Jack the Hipper, dismembered, and the pieces of her body were buried in the village garden. MeEwan, the gardener, who doubtless is guilty of the crime, has disappeared. West Lodge is one of the finest sub urbs of Glasgow, and is surrounded by a garden some 125 feet deep on every side. MeEwan, with the assistant gar dener, McDougal, lived in a separate house, and, when not busy at the villa, he did odd jobs in the neighborhood. lie is a native of County Downe, Ire land, is about thirty years old, and, al though occasionally a heavy drinker, he has borne a good reputation. He is a man of great physical strength. At >> o'clock McDougal knocked at MeEwan's door to awaken him, as he had done for the last six years. "GfEwjin Kp*ponded, with unusual promptitude. "'All right, Tom; I won't get up yet; 1 am tired."' McDougal went away and worked in tha garden until it o'clock, when he re turned to arouse MeEwan. His knocks were not answered, and he forced open the door. lie found the walls, ceiling. : furniture and floor spattered profusely with blood. l he clothes from the two beds were scattered over the floor ami were sprinkled with blood. Red finger marks streaked the side of one of the beds and the door. There was not. a piece of furniture or an article of cloth ing which was not blood-stained. McDougal ran coatless, hatless and crying in his terror to the police station and told his story. After fortify him with brandy the police took him to West Lodge with them. From the room they followed a bloody track to four fresh made mounds in the garden. In a flower bed, from which the plants had been removed, they found, about two feet under ground, the mutilated head and unjointed arm of a woman. In au ather similar bed they Uncovered the Trunk. It was absolutely devoid of all In ternal organs. Beside the trunk was the woman's left arm. also disjointed. In another flower bed they found the missing organs, and the legs unjointed, as were the arms. The trail led from this last bed to a tool house. There, under a pile of rubbish and tools, was a biscuit box .containing a fragment of a large saw, the teeth stfll clotted with j flesh and blood and several smaller pieces of the woman's body. The police say that the box was used by MeEwan in transporting the limbs and the or gans from his room to the garden. A search of MeEwan's room revealed several razors, apparently unused for some time, and an ax recently washed, but still showing slight blood stains. McDougal was unable to give any in formation as to MeEwan's deed or the disposition of the body, for he was working at the time on the opposite side of the house.as was shown by the fresh turned earth. He believes* that when j he knocked at C MeEwan was carving I up tiie body, as MeEwan's voice indi j cated that he was wide awake. As far as can be judged from the mv- I tilated remains of the body, illcKwun's Victim l was robust, of medium height and about thirty or thirty-live years old. Her clothing was well made and of good material. MeEwan probably took her to the house after 6 o'clock, for at that time McDougal called upon him and found him alone. That is the last time MeEwan was seen by anybody near West Lodge. How anil when MeEwan induced the woman to enter the house with him and what was his motive in the murder are mysteries. It was re ported immediately after the news of the murder got out that MeEwan was "Jack the Kipper." and that at the time of the Kipper murders he was absent from Glasgow, but these reports are discredited. MeEwan was engaged to marry a re spectable girl who is maid in a Glasgow family. The mother, when she heard of the murder, supposed that her daugh ter was the victim, and ran to West Lodge. She couid not identify the clothing as her daughter's.however, and this evening the girl was found. The police say that MeEwan had little money and will soon be captured. The wom an's body ims been put together as well as possible, and now iies at the morgue awaiting identification. KISSKD AND EMBRACED. Affectionate Meeting of the Em* perors of Germany anil Austria. Vienna, Oct. 11.— Emperor William arrived at the railway station here at noon today. Emperor Francis Joseph, a number of high military officials and several of the ministers awaited his coming. As soon as the train) bearing the German emperor had come to a stop in the station his majesty sprang to the platform. The emperor of Austria stepped forward, and the two rulers threw their arms about each other and 1 kissed repeatedly. After salutations I were exchanged with the other notabil ! ities present, the emperors entered a carriage and were driven to the im perial chateau at Schonbrnnn. The en tire route was lined with people, who gave the German emperor an enthusi astic welcome. «"^ REMARKABLE RECEPTION. Reunion of Three Triplets of Ripe Old Age. Waltiiam, Mass.. Oct. 11.— re markable icceptiou was held at Waltiiam last evening at the residence of Alden B. Brown, the central figures being three of Mrs. Brown's aunts, who are triplets, ami sixty-nine years of age. The triplets are Mrs. Martha A. Hagen, of East SomerviUe; Mrs. Sarah A. j Fassett and Mrs. .Mary A. Fassett. both of North Union, Me. When voting girls all worked in the cotton mill with Gen. Banks when be was a bobbin boy there. This was the first meeting of these ladies for twenty-six years." AVhen Nature Needs assistance it maj best to ren der it promptly, but one should remem ber to use even the most perfect reme dies mil when needed, The best and most simple and gentle remedy is the Syrup of Fits, manufactured by the California Fig Svi up Co. WSW " — 4^.. V Keystone Quake. Chester, Pa., Oct. 11.— Inhab | itants of this city were much startled J last night by a" shock of earthquake. Buildings were shaken, windows rat- II tled, people shaken, into the street tled, and people ran out into the street to ascertain the cause. As far as can be learned no damage was dune, although Wilmington, Ridley Park, Linwootl and all the surrounding country felt the shock. DIVORCED BY POISON. ;; Tragic Ending of a Suit 'for a Separation. New York, Oct. 11.— Cora May An drews, who was being sued for divorce j by her husband, William S. Andrews,; died suddenly at her residence, North I Long Branch, early Sunday morning. It is believed she took poison, as the dis grace of the publication of her misbe havior with other men prayed on her ; mind. Her husband made public her letters to her friends.and the missives in which she begged his forgiveness ou three different occasions. "•;' j Machine "Work at Hudson. Special to the Globe. Hudson, Wis., Oct. 11.— The Repub licans held their county convention ' here this afternoon. The delegation was instructed for W. 11. Phipps for state senator. O. J. Williams was nominated tor the assembly, and A. Sangstad for sheriff. Other county officers are about the same as at the present term. The result is that the planning of the machine is carried out. Mr. Castle, of St. Paul, will address a meeting this evening. m» ROBBING FGCR LO. Geu. Miles Roasts the Indian < Agents in His Report to the "War Department. Several Instances of Robbery Re cited at Length in Plain Words. Washington, Oct 11.— -Gen. Miles, commanding the department of the Mis souri, has submitted his annual report to the war department. The inspection reports from different posts, Gen. Miles states, show that troops are in a good state of discipline and efficiency, and are properly drilled and instructed. During the year no Indian disturb ances have occurred sufficiently serious to call for the intervention of troops. Gen. Miles states that on May 3 last the commanding officer at Fort Reno re ported the existence of serious dissatis faction among the Cheyenne and Arapahoe _ Indians owing to the deductions for so-called attorneys, fees of ?0T,500 from the moneys due those Indians in payment for that part of their reservation opened to settle ment. With a view to learning the grounds for the discontent, Gen. Miles directed an investigation to be made by Capt. Lee, of the Ninth infantry, who submitted a long report on the subject, in which he says the final payment of the money was tainted with misrepre sentation, fraud and deceit, and is an outrage upon the Indians under their agreement. Capt. Lee, in his report to Gen Miles concerning the payment of moneys be longing to tin* Cheyenne and Arapahoe Indians under their agreement with ' United States commissioners of October, ls'JO, made to certain "so-called at-: torneys" on an alleged contiact ap- i proved by the secretary of the interior, : bitterly attacks the making of the con- , tract, which, he says, was a fraud and an outrage. Capt. Lee says that throughout the negotiations between the Cherokee commissioners ami the : Indians and upon their final acceptance of the terms of the commission, it was the clear understanding of these In dians that the entire sum of 81,500,00*0 would be paid for their surplus lands. This understanding, Capt. Lee says, is ] evidenced by the statement of a mem- i ber of the commission. • Capt. Lee, a- a result of his investiga tion, submits charges that the so-called : contract was a fraud, in that it repre- ; sented only a minority of the Indians at interest; that the signatures- of the minority representation were procured through misrepresentation and deceit, in that the Indians were kept in ig norance of the force and effect of the paper they were induced to sign. Fur ther, that the Indians never knowingly authorized any "attorneys" to receive £67,500, or any other part of the 51.5C'0. --000 promised them by the government United States commission, and that the parties who received the money never rendered any beneficial service to the Indian.*; which would equitably en title them to any part of the money. Also that the so-called contract from its iucipiency to its final consummation was tainted with misrepresentation, fraud and bribery, and is an outrage upon the Cheyenne and Arapahoe In dians. Capt. Lee states that the charges he makes are based upon statements of reputable witnesses, and while it may be regretted that some "witnesses" may be subject "to the untoward influence of fear, favor or affection," in giving their testimony, lie believes there is abundance of good evidence to fully sustain before any impartial tribunal his allegations. WORST FOBMECZEmT Baffled Best JUcdtcal Skill for Fight months. Cured in Two Months by Cutlt-iira Remedies. This is to certify that a child of mine had Eczema in its worst form, and which baffled the best medical skill that could be employed here. The little sufferer was wrapped in agony for at least eight months, six month.* ©of that time its suf fering- was simply untold, (hen 1 began the use of the Ct/Ti cura Remedies; in two months the awful disease had censed its vengeance . and my darling boy had rest, and to nil . appearance the dis ease had yielded, hut I continued the medicine for several months after no trace could be seen of it on any part of his body. The doctors here watched the disease with much interest, and could only say "Well done '" The case was known far and wide, and everybody was much surprised. But thanks to "CcticciSA Remedies. Could there be anything on earth that would cause a father to rejoice, it surely would be when the little innocent one could have such a remedy at hand. (See portrait herewith. ) ; J. A. XICOLES. Bunker Hill, Ind. ,: -. — - A child was brought to me with chronic eczema that had defied splendid treatment from many good doctors. 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LfQt Gei^ty^^ October the vintage month, § 6 " .j?, Cal. jP*-°*a Our beautiful Northwestern \ % r *fMm&az~^^J£jr*jrz£l&z**m~** climate is never more delight- c & — ful than it is at this season r $ cfe<*'' v 'sv of the year. ■*) 9 aSw i s ur Big- Store never looks 4 £ • a^^^kQX better than it does in Octo- 4 a *--.-*" "^/O;*!--" ber, filled as it is with the A & ;_ «&V'"'w7^ most attractive Men's .and 2 **> 'j^T\ .*^v <**7 '' *sa Boys' Apparel at very tempt- j? § CfoS\ \ '*^>£ : / *T^*=s?- ing prices. J I v~V^*o S $25,00. % 9 jL- — -^"^\ / jO £ < Twenty-five dollars for 5 % f=\r^^^\) <-*^> Tailor-Made Black, Brown or ? ? M. 1/ -\^yp(. £<"* Blue Imported Balf-Silk- 5 % /*/& ■^y y/'\ '/ Lined, Double-Breasted Ker- \ X /§^^W h<& tV OVERCOATS I W \ ApZjZ^ '/ V- L*• ** All rea dy to put right on and Z U§2*^_s' ' I wear. 7 2 S^ < y i J We'll fit you perfectly. b IrJ/i I BOSTON I <L^ V/iy/A Sf^^ One-Price Clothing House, % ! JP^^l^ 3PI THIRD STREET, \ X/^^^l/^ -^2^t ST.PAUL. J aif 1//^ *Of ( , V v > **^*-T v -3 nf^sS=>Out-of-Town Orders solicited 5 7 \ If I I '"-. > — ■/ v^f-^f m^S and given prompt alien- "% « \^~ J } J V *"-* — Kt. tion through our Mail Order Depart- A *4 (iiy — I ment. ©► "*rw^a>^a^> i^/*&-*^'-^^'>A'^^*^ , *^' , «v Sillh lint i tit 111 BROS.= We are now receiving our sec ond purchases, of pier fjraps The latest and last designs for the season. There are no handsomer Cloaks in America than we can show you, for we receive the best produc tions of the leading manufacturers of Europe and America. While so many houses are advertising the poor products of tenement house factories, made of shoddy cloths and trimmed with refuse furs, we invite your inspection of beautiful garments, made by artists in dress whose names are known throughout the civilized world. We will show you good garments such as sensi ble people are b uyir.g and fashiona ble people are wearing. - We have low-priced Cloaks, too, probably more in number than the entire combined stocks of those whose chief end and aim in life is bargain vending; but however tow ihe price may be, the Cloaks we offer are good garments, and they can be depended on for wear. We show choice styles in Misses' Jackets ChildreiTs Cloaks with Capes or Silk-Lined Hoods. You will make a mistake which may be a matter of much regret in the future if you buy any kind of FURS' or Fur Garments without looking through our stock. There can be no doubt of the fast thai the retail fur business of tha country is pass ing into the hands of the dry goods men. As merchants we can and do secure the products of the best wholesale furriers, and, buying in large quant/ties for cash, we sell, the goods at lower prices than ha ye been the rule in this branch of business. ■.. Our stock cf London-Dyed ' Alaska Seal Slip, and Astrakhan *^\ . Fur Cloaks is larger than ever, and v/e can save you \ money en every purchase. You are safe if you buy here. fiJrs. Wool, t',e fitter sent to us by the j manufacturers of Her Majesty's Corsets *"--■■'•. •"--'** wilt he hsrs all this week, prepared to j give our patrons aits.n ion. ; ST. PAUL, MIM.-J. j \ Liebig COMPANY'S Extract of Beef. BEST Purest RB*Pf f |"fl Cheapest INVALUABLE In the Kitchen for Soups, Sauces and Made Dishes. ■■jfLJM-j-.wi,L A CURED MAN. -~ —— "* — H— ■ ■■■■— I mm || BEGINNING. THIRD WEEK. SIXTH WEEK. Photographed from Xlfe. SKXOJfEI'VE, IJip great Tur!ci=h "Feerik-ul- Mfshib,'' is the only prenarati'.ii that will effect the magical results shown above. Cures Nervous Debijity, .Vak.'fnln»KS, Lost Manhood . Kvil Dreams, fain in tho Back and all wasting diseases caused by errors of youth, over exertion or the excessive use of tobacco, opium or stimulants, which ulti mately lead to consumption, insanity and suicide. Sold at 91 per box, six for ?S. with a written guar anty to cure or money refunded. Circulars free at our office or sent by mail. Address International Medical Association, 269 Dearborn St., Chicago, 111 FOB SALT* IN ST. PAUL, MSN. . BY L. Ilussetter, Cor. Wabasha and 4th Streets. - 1 ' CONTRACT WORK— ON FAU QUIER, ROSS AND FRANK STREETS —Office of the Board of Public Works, City of St. Paul, Minn., Oct. 4, lß9"*.— Sealed bids will be received by the Board of Pub lic Worts in and for the corporation of the city of St. Paul, .Minnesota, at their office in said city, until 12 m. on the 17th day of Octo ber, A. D. l>i)2. for constructing a sewer on Fauquier street, from Karl street to Duluth avenue; on Ross street, from Seventh street to Atlantic street, and on Frank street, from Seventh street to Fauquier street, in said city, according to plans aud specifications on file in the oflice of said Board. A bond with at least two (2) sureties in a sum of at least twenty (20) per cent, or a cer tified check on a bank of St. Paul in a sum of at : least ten (10) per cent of the gross amount bid must accompany each bid. Said check shall be made payable to the Clerk of said Board. The said Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. R. L. GORMAN. Official: J. T. Kerker, President Clerk Board of Public Works. OCt5-10t CONTRACT WORK— ON DELOS STREET— Oflice of ihe Board of Public Works. city of St. Paul, Minn., Oct. 4, 189?.— Sealed bids will be received by the Board of Public \\ orks in and for the "corporation of the City of St. Paul. Minnesota, at iheir of fice in said city, until 12 m. on the 17th day of October. A. D. ISD2. tor constructing a sewer on Delos; street from I the present westerly terminus of the sewer on said Delos street at Stryker avenue to a point 153 feet west, in said city, 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 «if at least twenty per cent or a certified check on a bank of St Paul in a sum of at least ten (111) per ceut of - the gross amount bid must accompany each bid. Said check shall be ■ made payable -to ihe Clerk of said Board. : The said Board reserve 31 the riaht to reject any and ail bids. K. L. GORMAN, President. . '_ Olh-ia!: ' J. Y. I\ERKr::t, Clerk hoard of Public Works. OCto-lO't &\LT\I\g\AWTJr\iTSA^^ Schuneman & fvans II nniiin....!^^ 1,,., „ E—m fill' 'II IIHiM! jIILOAK, SUIT AND FUR DEPT. 2 ■ . In this great department we were certainly never 2 better prepared to give you good values in stylish 6 garments than now, and the assortment is, without fa. doubt, the best in the Twin Cities. Every; new fa garment worth having you'll find here, and many of In this great department we were certainly never better prepared to give you good values in stylish garments than now, and the assortment is, without . doubt, the best in the Twin Cities. Every new garment worth having you'll find here, and many of £ them you'll not find elsewhere. Note the range of % our cash prices on a few lines: Q, Ladies' Jackets from 85 to SSO. £ Ladies' Cape Newmarkets from $12.50 to 835. 2 Ladies' Cloth Capes from 87.50 to 850. p Ladies' Fur Cares from 85 to 855. % Misses' Newmarkets from 810 to 850. s\ Children's Gretchens from 83 to 827.50. / Baby Cloaks from 82.75 to 815. 7 Ladies' "Czarina" Suits from 810 to 835. Z An endless array of Cloaks, Suits' and Furs £ of all the best kinds. ' 5 _. ■ SPECIAL— Ladies' Reefer Jackets, fine all-wool Clay m*) Diagonal, 34 inches long, half-lined with black satin rhadame, £ tailor-bound, large cloth buttons, worth 814; our cash price 2 this week. 811.50. . J 50 "Misses' Reefer Jackets, with collar and edging of im natural opossum for, length 30 inches, splendid brown and tan / mixed cloth, with large pearl buttons; actual cash value, 812.50; "7 our cash price this week, 810 each. ■J Second Floor. M 9>9>mp-Qm.m&.<m > . -&-*&«& «& -O-f I FANCY GOODS DEPT. £ SALE EXTRAORDINARY. 2 Given away during this week: With each £ purchase amounting to 50c or more, in our Fancy £ Goods Department, we will give, Free of Charge, J a complete Stamping Outfit, containing an assort- -2 ment of handsome new designs, a box of stamp -2 ing powder, a distributor and full printed direc % tions. ? Prices Extraordinary This Week: 2 Stamped Hemstitched Tray Covers, large sizes and beanti ™ ful designs, worth 25c I3 C is* Stamped Doylies for Roman Embroidery, the kind that sell jjL at 5c to 10c, only 2c / Stamped Hemstitched Doylies, seven incite * square 4c m Hemstitched Table Scarfs, stamped, 54 inches long 29c £a Bargain Table of Stamped Goods, assorted goods worth Z from 35c to 75c each, choice for 25c *? Toilet Sets, containing 5 pieces, handsomely embroidered m and fringed, worth twice this price, per set, only *24c •£ Something new, Tinted Covers, beautiful designs, the best / bargain ever offered at ..". 5c ■9 Saxony Wool, all this week, per skein .' 8c gs Spanish Yarn, all this week, per skein 13c 2 German Knitting Yarn, this week, per skein 19c 9 Wash Embroidery Silk, per skein 3c ea Ice Wool, 8 balls in a box. all this week, tier box I5 C 2 Celluloid, in 15 colors, all this week, per sheet • 35c 2 First Floor. I SCHUNEMAN & EVANS, 2 GLOBE, Oct. 12. ST. F-A-XJXj. ¥\^S\M\AT^M\S\M\M\AT\kT^\M\iT^^ "WELL BRED, SOON WED". GIRLS WHO USE SAPOLIO ARE QUICKLY MARRIED. TRY IT IN YOUR NEXT HOUSE-CLEANIN G- ELEOTRIS BELI \ A J •■ V LATEST PATENTS "S%^S wl ™ EItCTRO BEST *5S3»§? MAGNETIC IMPROVEMENTS. '^fflSßr SUSPENSORY. Will enre without medicine all Weakness resulting from overtaxation of brain, nerve forces, excesses or Indiscre tion, as sexual exhaustion, drain*, losres. nervous debil ity, sleeplessness, languor, rheumatism, kidney, liver and bladder complaints, lame brick, lumbago, sciatica, general ill-health, etc. This electric belt contains Wonderful Im provements over all others, and gives a earrent that in instantly feltbv the wearer or we forfeit $5,000.00. and will cure all of the above diseases or no pa*. Thousands T.sve been cured by this marvelous invention after all others have failed, and we give hundreds of testimonial? in this and every other state. Our powerful improved ELECTRIC SrSPESSORY Is the greatest boon ever offered weak men; FREK WITH AM BELTS. Health and V'ferona Klrentth GUARANTEED la 60 ioOO DAYS. Send for large illustrated pamphlets, scaled.free by mail. Address SAN DEN ELECTRIC CO., Corner Third street and Second avenue south, opposite Guaranty Loan, Minneapolis, Minn. CHEAPJLOTS! We have for sale a few lots worth $800 for $425 to $500, on easy terms. These lots belong to non-residents, who must sell at once, and consequently will sell for about half what they are worth. They lie perfectly, with a fine view, and are be tween Lexington avenue, Lafond and Blair streets. OITCLAY <& 00., j 207 Bank of Minnesota Building cu¥eTt! \*Q*pr B- wa .sSS . H-- H . B For unnatural discharges and all private diseases use Bill's English Oil of Sandalwood Capsules, a radical. certain, absolutely safe, quick cure; no odor; 50 cts. and ft box, postpaid. Address, LION DUES CO., Buffalo, ti. I . Sold by L. setter, Fourth and Wabsha immiiiiriMtft i<rnrii , wiTnrsr*nrrav---rf ■ 111 w iri ■ — r — *Tmirii.ii..i ■ * Galenic Medical institute '67 E. Third St., St Paul, Mini. t Established ia 13G 1 lor the cure of private, nervous and chronic diseases, including Spermatorrhoea, or Seminal Weakne ss, Nervous Debility. Im potency, Syphilis" Gon ure. Varicocele'llydro cele. Diseases of VVom- The ' physicians of the old and Reliable ..... - Institute specially treat all tne above diseases— are regular grad uates—and guarantee a cure in every case undertaken, and maybe consulted person ally or by letter. Sufferers from any of these ailments, be fore consulting others, should understand their diseases and the Mtest improved treat ment adopted - at our institute by reading our books. The Secret Monitor and Guide to Health, a private Medical Treatise on the above dis eases, with the Anatomy and Physiology of the Sexual System in liealih and Disease, containing nearly 300 pages, and numerous illustrations, sent to any address on'receipt ot reduced price, only Twenty Cents.or value in one or two-cent stamps. Pamphlet and chartoi questions for stating case sent free, All business strictly confidential. Office hours, 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Sundays ex cepted. Address letters thus: GAUEHIC OSTITLTE, St. Paul, "Minn ORTFEUER, 180 East Seventh St.. St. Paul, Minn. 38 Washington Ay. south, Minneapolis Speedily cures all private, nervous, chronic I and blood and skin diseases of both sexes without the use of mercury or hindrance from business. NO CUKE, NO "PAY. Pri vate diseases,' and all old. lingering cases, where the blood has become poisoned, caus ing ulcers, blotches, sore throat and mouth, pains in the head and bones, aud all diseases of the kidneys and bladder, are cured for life. Men of all ages who are suffering from ihe result of youthful indiscretion or ex cesses of mature years, producing nervous- I ness, indigestion, constipation, loss of mem* ory, etc., are thoroughly and permanently cured. Dr. Feller, who has had many years of ex perience in this specialty, is a graduate from one of the leading medical colleges of the country. He has never failed in curing any cases that ne has undertaken. Cases and correspondence sacredly confidential. Call or write for list of questions. Medicines sent by mail and express everywhere free from Jisk and exposure. ■ _^ C"""**.ONTKAUT \V()UK-bl-\VEK ON I' N 1- J - VEBSITY AND WHEELER AVENUES -Office of the Board of Public Works, City of St. Paul, Minn., Oct. 1. 1892.— Sealed bids will be received by the Board of Public Works in and for the corporation of the City of St. Paul. Minnesota, at their office in said city, until 12 in! on the 17th day of October, A. 1). lefti. for constructing a sewer on. the south side of University avenue, from Beacon street to Wheeler avenue, and on Wheeler avenue, from University: avenue to Shields avenue, in said city, 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, or a I certified ■ check on a bank ot St. Paul in. a sum ol at least ten (10) " per . cent of the gross amount bid, must accompany each bid. Said check shall be made payable to the Clerk of said Board. The said Board reserves the right to rejec any and all bids. '.- - K. 1.. GORMAN. President- Official: J. T. Kerkek, Clerk Board of Public Works. OCt5-10t