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In Cookery *
The Royal Baking Powder, besides
rendering the food more palatable and
wholesome, is, because of its higher
leavening power, the most economical.
The United States Government, after elaborate tests, re
ports the Royal Baking Powder to be of greater leavening
strength than any other. {Bulletin 13, Ag. Dep., p. 559.)
ALL JUDGES NAMED.
The City Council Appoints
Election Officers for Every
Precinct-
Democrats, Republicans and
prohibitionists Given Equal
Representation.
Aid. Warren Looks After the
Dead Timber in His
District.
Yon Arnold Goes to Como to
Rest and Repent for
Ninety Days.
The meeting of the board of aldermen
last evening was short and sweet, the
principle business being the appoint
ment of judges of election, and as the
lists were already made out this was
quickly done. Several other matters of
minor importance were also put out of
the way. The list of the election judges
as received and adopted is as follows:
First Ward.
First Precinct— G. 11. Knauft. P. D. Twoby,
J. J. Miller. ■ ' '. '.' - '-■;.--
Second Precinct— Frank I.nnibrcclit, Jo
seph Beutlcv, Kels Headman .
Third Precinct— Louis Johnson, R.W.Web- ■
ber, P. A. Paulson. {
Fourth Precinct— W. Bobrer. Patrick
Norris, A. E. Steele.
Fifth Precinct— William Young, Thomas
E. While. Charles E. Povvble. j
Sixth l'recinct— l. it. Patnode, Gilbert Ole- j,
son, Oscar Johnson.
Seventh Precinct— C. F. Iluebner, Peter
Schvveiikler, Louis Eiickson.
•-..gniii I'iecii.ct— Rill, Edward Powell,
John M. Dnlbv.
Ninth Precinct— Rex Shane. Daniel G.
Dunn, Nels Liudahl.
Second Ward.
First Precinct -Nicholas Flyrin. C. E. Wat
kins. Charles Tenime.
second Precinct— Brandt, Martin
Tol-iii Jr., V. . Henry Fisher.
'third Precinct— Fred Knauft. Charles W.
Spiel. * hiis > ever.
Fourth Precinct— Thomas Joyce, Harry
Caldwell. John Oilman.
if ih Precinct— Theodore E. Blase, J.
Heck. Willi: m Schiiittiger.
Sixth Precinct — John Lnhunin, William
Kami er. I mil Pearl.
Seventh Precinct— George Brooking. L.
Meiomer, A. W. Gillett.
Eighth Precinct-^J. B. Miller, S.J. Harper,
G. W. Watterson.
Nil. lb Precinct— Purlin, James Mer
chant. F. W. Hidfieid. SSXAS] I
Tenth Precinct- E. E. Guernsey, C. F. Bott,
J. D. Jet.
Hi ■-.<:.. Precinct— William Wakefield, "Sic
*t\ ilmer, Charles Leckie.
Tlilid Ward.
First Precinct— Kels Swanson, Dem.; F. 11.
"Mc>!i.n:g:il. '.). A. Wendell.
• Second Precinct—John lialten, Ed Good,
An-lrcw Holm.
Third Precinct — Frank Shauls. Henry
Bovce. S. Ruenenian.
Fourth Precinct— L F. Shavve, Ed Brand
horst. Thomas Wicker: helm.
Fifth Precinct— W. D. Wright. Peter Par
son. J. 11. Schultz.
sixth I'recii cl- Rotert Broome, Will Hull
tick, Robert Kirklaud.
Seventh Precinct— A. J. McAulcv. Roger
Dolentv, James Cross.
Eighth l'recinct— Sam Marks, I. S. Van
Horn, George 11. Harrison.
ii'oiirtli Ward.
First Precinct— Thomas P. Grace, Hem.; A.
11. Heck. Rep.: H. C. Blashfield.
sic Preciuct— Charles H. Bobbins, E.
D. Libbey. O. s. Svvartz.
Third Precinct— H. J. Strouse, L. J. Bar
nr.rd, J. W. Lawrence.
Fourth l'rcc net— P. J. Miesen. Owen Mul
grew' James Manning-.
Filth Precinct— H. 11. De Camp, M. Cook,
J. E. Flannican.
Sixth Pi ecir.ct— James D. O'Brien, George
K. Toppley, William 11. Jones.
Seventh Precinct— C. F. Franheim, N.
Borgstrom. Robert Lufsky.
Eighth Precinct— R. J*. Holcomb, E. L.
Laryenleur. M. J. Cos-grove.
Ninth Precinct— John Kernin. A..M.
Wickwire, R. Reber.
lenth Precinct— Brennan, Ed
Dieter, C. Burnett.
Eleventh Precinct— John Wagner, Sher
wood Hough, 11. P. Morrissey.
Twelttli Precinct— Charles T. Heller, James
G. Freeman, Waller Florence.
Fifth Ward,
First Precinct — W. Emmert. Charles
T. Cardigan. B. P. Lewis.
Second Precinct— Thomas J. O'Leary, John
Brutrgeman, J. F. Lawless. ,
Third Precinct— Robert A.BJngwald, Walter
Ifc. .John Churchill.
Fourth Precinct— J. H. Purenton. John
Ames. E. A. o.ikey.
Fifth Precinct — Joseph Hang, Henry Schlat
ter, Gram D. Spicer.
Sixth Precinct— John H. liorciseh, F. J.
Brings. Charles 11. Parker. . .
Seventh Precinct— Miner Jr.. Charles
Funk. C. J. Reynolds.
Eighth Precinct— Frank A. Gies, F. C.
Cerny, George Rcddiugton.
Ninth Precinct— Joseph Gabriel, A. A. Bit
ter. ('. D Curtis.
Tenth Precinct— Schade, Thomas
Tomasek, E. 11. Povotney.
Eleventh 1 reciuct — Moore, Louis
Schultz. Barry W. Smith..
Twelfth Precinct — Frank Ayd, Joseph
fcladek, Charles Phillips.
Thirteenth Precinct— Henry Harrity, Fred
11. Schade, James K. Rrskine.
Fourteen Hi Precinct— Michael Melvin, E.
E. McClure, J. D. Deets.
Sixtls Ward.'
First Precinct— C. T. Uansdorf, J. J. Cul
len. S. E. Foster.
Second Precinct— C. P. Williams. W. Da
bose. E. T. Lightbotirn.
Third Precinct-George J. Esley. G. GnionT
J. S. Box well.
Fourth Precinct— J. A Leyde, C. McDon
ald. John Regrey.
Fifth Precinct— W. Thorne, Emil Keener
- Paul Belair.
sixth Precinct— D. C. Ryan, 11. F. Peiers.
M. Conn ill.
Seventh Precinct— Lloyd Pcabody, L.
Miuimatin, C. P. Devi ne.
- Eights l'recinct —W. Pennington, Ben
Minea, Frank Goss.
N'inili Precinct — J. F. Morell, August
Joist. 11. W. Hesson.
Tenth Precinct— E. Horsnell. 11. J. Peeper.
A. G. Wedge.
Eleventh Precinct — George Sorcn, W.
Keiiner. C. Sloven.
Twelfth Precinct— C. H. J. Briggs, Joseph
Smith, W. F. Metcalf.
Thirteenth Precinct— H. Bronson,F. By
land, C. K. Woods.
Seventh Ward.
First Precinct— E. H. Judson, Rep.; C. 11.
"Manship. Bern.; E. E. Huchson, Pro.
Second Precinct— Fred S. Bryant, Rep.; J
D. Miller. Hem.; 11. T Drake, Pro
Third Precinct— George Lysander. Rep.;
11. VV. Ames, Pro.: Joseph A. Humphreys,
Dem.
Fourth Precinct— O. F. Sherwood, Rep. :
Edward Ingham. Pro.: W. M. Carson, Dem.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores,
Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and pos
itively cures Piles, or no pay required.
it is guaranteed to give perfect satisfac
tion, or money refunded. Price 25 cents
per box. For sale by J. P.* Allen, drug
gist, corner Seventh and Jackson.
[ Fifth Precinct— R. L. Ware, Dem. ; B. F.
I Wright, Rep.; C. N. Woodward, Pro.
1 Sixth l'reciuct—F. H. Ewing. Rep.; E. F.
Beck, Pro.; W. E. Burton, Dem.'
Seventh Precinct— Hush B. Wheeler, Rep.;
P. M. Clark. Pro.; J. J. Williams. Dem.
Eighth Precinct— Morton Barrows, Rep.;
George L. Colburn, Pro. ; W H. Albro, Dem.
EizlttU Ward.
First Precinct— Michael Lux. Dem.; 11. E. i
Clark, Rep.; J. P. It.. an, Pro.
second Prcciiiet— i. J. Lougbran, Dem. ;
Cb-rlr-s Weber. Rep.: W. A. Maxwell, Pro.
Third Precinct— Michael Melchoir. Dem. ;
11. uovvar '. ..e.. -. C. A. stark. Pro.
Fourth Precinct— Waller Gibbous. Dem.;
J. li. Giboons. Rep.: 11. T. Webster. Pro.
Fifth Precinct— Gerlach, Dem.; C.
D. Strong. Rep.; Charles Erickson. Pro.
Sixth Precinct— George Garloeh, Dem.;
August Ktildtiuzk.Rep. ; William G. Gallieu, I
Pro.
seventh Precinct Fritz Sclmrmacker, |
Dem.: 11. C. Sachse, Rep.; C. H. Stultz. Pro. i
Eighth Precinct— Jos Jacoby, Dem.; Peter j
Zimmerman, Rep. : T. F. Maertz, Pro.
Ninth Precinct— Jos Jarosy. Dem. : Alex I
Nicoll. Rep.: J. F. Schmiot. Pro.
Tenth Precinct Thomas Corey. Dem.; 11.
Christoph, Hep.: O. M. Haukuer. Pro.
Eleventh Precinct— Henry E. Magnire,
Dem.: J. A. Moak, Rep.; Fred Stanley, Pro. I
Twelfth Preciuct— Frank Ileimer. Dem. ; j .
George Reinhardt, Rep.; Julius Kiugsley,
Pro.
Thirteenth Precinct— G.A. Kleinersehmidt.
Dem.; John Lornes, Rep ; S. J. Rice, Pro.
-».j't*. Ward.
First Precinct — James W. Maben, C. D.
Fisher. Thomas Reilly.
Second Precinct— W. R. Sache, F. Lam- .
brecht, Wilier Richardson.
Third Precinct— John Larson, D. McLain,
William Murphy.
Fourth Precinct— W. G. Jonas. Paul 11.
Zimmerman, David Sanford.
Fifth Precinct — William Kuhlman, R. '
Scheira, Martin Maher. i
Sixth Precinct— Harvey E. Hall, J. 11. Daly. ;
George Rowlin.
Seventh Precinct— ll. G. Peglow, John A.
Johnson, John Lux.
Eighth Precinct— X. B. Myhre. C. W. Fen- !
vval, James Rasford.
Ninth Precinct— Boswell, John Hick- j
mm. Charles McLaghan.
Tenth Precinct— lleurv Schultz, Peter Sol
berg, to. Raleigh.
-. •-.tilth Precinct— G. Lohnke, U. D. ;
Morrison. Henry Hynes. I
-twelfth Precinct— Julius Schneider, Her- j
man M. lbs, Louis c. Rosenbaum. !
Thirteenth Precinct— F. Vayinger, W.H. I
Wood, Bernard Dolan. !
Tenth Ward. !
First Precinct— George M. Norris, Rep. ; M. I
L. Bevans. Dem.: J. 11. Cbamberlin, Pro.
Second Precinct— Chris Be'ndixou, Rep.;
E. i j. Allard, Ueiu.; George Drew. Pro. !
Third Precinct— H. E. W. Schuette, Rep.;
J". .1. Merrill, Dem.: G. U. Whitcomb, Pro. j
Fourth Precinct— F. W. Pickard, Rep.; N. i
T. Hall, Dem.; .1. H. bouthali. Pro. j
Eleventh Ward. j
First Precinct— Ezra A. Upham, Rep.;!
John Duffy. Dem. ; Thomas Sbearn, Pro. j
second Precinct— R. Davis, Rep.;
William Jones, Dem.; David R. Platter, Pro. !
Third Precinct— C. W. Churchill, Rep.: J.
D. Ratterman, Dem.; George McManizal, '
Pro. i
Fourth Precinct— Carl Koenig, Rep., Jacob '•
Hinkel Dem.; Peter Zilch, Pro.
Warren's Resolutions.
A resolution by Aid. Warren direct- '
ins the city engineer to cause the trees
lon both sides of Como avenue between:
. Rice street and Western avenue to be:
taken up and replanted next the curb i
line at a cost of not more than 5175. !
caused some little discussion from the j
fact that Aid. Copeland wanted it re- I
ferred to the committee on streets and !
AM. Warren objected to the delay con- I
sequent upon this action. Aid. Warren j
explained that the trees had been I
planted at the expense of the troperty \
owners very much to their dissatisfac
tion and that notwithstanding" the city
had engaged to keep them in good con
dition they hail been neglected until
they had become an expense rather
than an improvement _
This matter, lie insisted, should be at
tended to at once and not delayed by
reference to the committee. Aid. Cope
land withdrew bis motion to refer, and
the measure was passed, but when an
other just like it, ordering the trans
planting of the trees on tne same ave- I
nue from Western avenue to Dale j
street and contemplating a still further j
outlay of $175 was presented, there was
another kick from Aid. Copeland. Aid.
Warren explained that he had put in
two resolutions in order that the con
tract should not have to be advertised.
Aid. Copeland insisted that as the
amount was so large both resolutions
should go to the committee on streets,
and this was finally done.
A resolution was presented authoriz
ing the proper city o'licers to draw upon j
the police pension fund for the follow
ing sums to bo paid to the persons'
named:
John Clark (.partial), for June, 1892,
{69.45; John Clark, for July, August
and September, 1892, at $83.33 per month. ■
fc"49.99" Mary JI. Carrick, for months of j
July. August and September, at $33.33
per mouth, f'..;i.'.Cl; Henry Calvin, for j
Sept. 4 to 30 inclusive, 533 7'>.
The clause relating to Henry Calvin
raised some question. Aid. Cone- ]
land claiming that as the pen
sion committee had not notified
him until Oct. I that he was j
upon the pension roll he was entitled to j
his lull salary of 875 per month up to i
that time, instead of the $33.75 allowed I
him in this resolution. After some lit- I
tle discussion the portion of the resolu
tion referring to Calvin was referred to j
the committee on police.
A resolution appropriating (6,055
from the sewer, bridge and bond lund
to lower the sewer on Robert .street,
from Sixth street to the river, was re
ferted to the committee on streets.
The sum of $5,075 was appropriated
from the sewerage bond fund to be
used in indemnifying those who suf
fered damage to property by the con
struction of the sewer on Fourth street
to Phalen creek cut vert at Seventh |
street. The money will be paid as fol
lows: Union iron works, ?048; Sydney
Watson, SB7; estate of John Wagner,
?5,000.
Stetson's Hats. .
Stetson's Hats at our Hat Department.
The Boston, on Third street.
PROF. PHELPS TALKED.
:
An Enjoyable and Profitable Sleet- !
ing of the Commercial Club. " I
Several hundred members of the Com- )
mercial club attended the monthly
meeting in the club rooms last night,
and an enjoyable time was had.- Re
freshments were served in the cafe.
An enjoyable social season was passed
in the parlors, which opened by a piano
offertory by Prof. L. A. Mozarra.
Prof. F. W. Phelps addressed the club
on the subject of securing the industrial '
supremacy of the city. His address
bristled with pithy facts. Several mem
bers supplemented the address with
suggestions on kindred topics.
Dr. Ignatius Donnelly Jr. and F. W.
Lee recited selections. The exercises
were interspersed with banjo music.
During the evening several commit
tees were appointed, and charged with
the duties of securing additional manu
facturing and other industries for the
city. One of the committees named will
prepare the way for the meeting of the
national real estate convention in this
city next summer.
— : -«-»■_
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The Andrew Schoch Grocery Co.
THE SAINT PAUL DAILY GLOBE: WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 12, 1892.
REVIEW _OF_A YEAR.
The Baptists of Minnesota Be
g-in Their Annual Week's
Celebration.
Home and Foreign Missions
Considered and Reports
Presented.
Foreigners All Have Bibles,
While the Americans Are
Without Them.
Royal Arch Masons Meet and .
Elect Officers for the :
Coming Year.
The annual convention of the Baptist
churches of Minnesota is being held this
week in the First Baptist church at
"Ninth and Wacouta streets. The con
vention proper began with yesterday
I evening's session, but the day was spent
in missionary Sunday school meetings.
The Women's Home Missionary so
ciety, presided over by Mrs. li. E.
Gates, met at 10 o'clock in the morning.
After the devotional exercises with
which the meeting opened, Mrs. W. W.
j Davvley delivered an interesting address
I on systematic study in preparation for
missionary work. Mrs. T. K. Gray, vice
president of the children's work, spoke
j earnestly and well on the importance of
j enlisting the interests of school children
ill the missionary work, and in speak
j ing of the dangers of unrestricted im
j migration, urged the necessity of reach
! ing immigrants through their children.
A brief poem by Mrs. Crooks, the dis-
I trict missionary's wife, was read by
j Miss Wakefield, and, alter a prayer and
j a hymn, Rev. J. W. Crooks appeared
, and gave a brief talk, describing his
experiences in the work, and especially
of the hopeful outlook at Montevideo
and Cii7.enovia. He snoke enthusiastic
ally, and asked for the
_^_ Prayer* ol" Those Present
to aid him in his mission. In the dis
cussion as to who will aid in continuing
the work Airs. T. K. Cray said that the
(Wisconsin society bad raised $1,000 a
i year for the Scandinavian work, and
i thought Minnesota outrht to do
! as well. T. R. Peters, superintendent
I of missions, moved that the society
1 continue to raise the .«(it>o contributed In
j former years. The motion was unani
> mously carried, after discussion. Miss
Burdett, of Chicago, was the last speak-
I er in the morning, in the absence of
I Mrs. J. X. Crounse. Her talk, being
j chiefly an account of personal expe
•j riences in home missionary work, was I
; interesting in the extreme."
! Luncheon was served in the parlors
j of the church during the noon recess,
; and when the society convened again at '
; 1:45 there was an address by Ri-v. I. C.
I Mabie, in behalf of the A. B. Missionary
union. Miss M. A. Buzzell, of Swaton,
I China, was listened to with great atten
i tion, as she spoke of what the Baptist !
; church is doing in the Orient. The ses- I
j sion closed with business of minor itu- |
! portap.ee and a prayer meeting.
i The Afternoon Session.
i The session of the church convention
! yesterday afternoon, which wasnheld in
the auditorium while the women were
■ in session in the lecture room, was given
! over to a discussion of the Sunday school
' work. Boston W. Smith, "Uncle Bos
•; ton," conducted the meeting, but the
| time was found to be so short and so
I totally inadeqate to the demands of the
: subject that it was decided to hold an
annual Sunday school convention, time
. and- place to be hereafter iixed.
After the opening devotional exer
■ cises Rev. J. Mitchell made an in
! formal report of his missionary colport
j age. He talKed the vast importance
I of the work -of the imbrication society,
| and stated as an interesting fact that in
I all his experience he had yet to .meet
j with a Scandinavian or German family
I in which a Bible was not to be found.
It is the native Americans who have no
Bibles.
The Chapel' Car.
Rev. J. M. Savvers had something to
tell of his experiences in the chapel car
work, and spoke of innumerable cases
of conversion due to services held in
. this car, which is sidetracked wherever
there seems to be a need of a revival.
Boston W. Smith was brief but
■ spirited, and now and then extremely
humorous in his talk on the Sunday
school work. He considers the Sunday
I school of inestimable good to adults as
I well as children, and a veteran in the
j work, speaks with wisdom and expe
| rience.
Rev. F. M. Eldridge, business man
ager of the Ensign, gave an address on
the importance of a state Sunday school
organization. Such an organiza
! tion, in his opinion, would enable
the power of the church to be
more accurately gauged, and each Sun
day school, feeling itself but apart of
■ the great whole, would be stimulated to
j greater effort. Rev. W. H. Geistweit
closed the afternoon session with an ad
. j dress on the "Book in tiie Lession,"
j Rev. K. F. Y. Pierces address on "How
j to Apply Truth" being omitted.
' The Convention Proper .
■ ] began at 7:30, the exercises being con
. dueled by i). D. Merrill, president of
I the convention. The welcome on be-
I half of the St. Paul Baptists was given
by Rev. V. A. Sage. The programme
committee reported the arrangement of
the week's business.
The annual sermon was preached by
; I Rev. William Cilkes from the text Co
' ! lossiaus i., 28. After the sermon came
pj an address by Rev. G. Ij. Morrill on
I "The Distinctive Mission of a Baptist
Church; What it Is and How It May
; ; Best Be Accomplished." This address
' i was the last of the evening, and at its
close the convention adjourned until
I I i*:"3o this morning. The subject of "State
j Missions" will occupy the attention of
1 the convention this morning, and "Mis
; sions and Education" this afternoon.
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the day ix the COURTS.
' j Mrs. Cope J. Snapp Gets a Divorce
— Other Cases Passed Upon.
Elwood S. Cerses and Lester B. El
i wood have sued Aeline Gniney to re
caver 11,383.75, alleging that she em
ployed them to negotiate a loan of
$30,000 for her upon land security; that
she refused to accept the loan after
they had become liable for the accept
ance of the loan.
John B. and Walter H. Sanborn have
I sued J. M. Bohrer and Cynthia 11.
. I Bohrer upon a promissory note for
1500.
The Gilbert Grain company has sued
- Joslin & Co. to recover £147.96 for 061)£
' bushels of wheat, for which they agreed
, to pay ot)}. < cents per bushel, less $93.52
. for freight charges from Langdon, N.D.,
to St. Paul. Funds of Joslin & Co. in
j the hands of the St. Paul .National bank
1 have been garnished to satisfy the claim.
- Judge Kelly has filed an order in the
■ case of The Lehigh Coal and Iron Com
> pany against A. R. Capehart, dismiss
-1 ing the order to show cause why "J95.21
' should not be paid over to the sheriff to
" release a lien on Capehart's real estate.
1 Judge Kelly has tiled an order in the
matter of the assignment of the German
• Fire Insurance company, iv which he
> sustains the action of the assignee in
disallowing the claim of , W. B. McCord.
The grand jury was in session until
1 after 5 o'clock- last evening, and has ad
" jourued until Friday morning,
* The case of Herman A. Young against
' The St. Paul & 'Duluth Railroad Com
-1 pany was settled in court yesterday
*> after the jury had been called."
. The jury disagreed in the "ham and"
suit of Thomas Hensen against Louis
. Turgrinson, 'proprietor of the Saddle
Rock restaurant. Henscu has not paid
Fur Capes.
The popularity of
these garments is . as
tonishing, even to those
who are most enthusi
astic regarding them.
We are prepared to
display a large assort
ment in ail grades. All
our garments are of the
newest designs, styl
ish, comfortable and
well made.
NEWEST DESIGNS,
PERFECT FIT,
MODERATE PRICES.
The EMI63IN FOB GO.
Sixth and Wabasha Streets.
for the edibles because lie did not get
them, and the jury would not give him
compensation for the failure to respond
to the order for the stomach stayers.
Christian C. Bergh was awarded a
verdict of 82,31&4t* against Samuel G.
Sloan. The suit was brought to compel
Sloan to pay his half of the price of land
bought in partnership.
In the mechanic's lien case of C. P.
Lane against G. 11. Jansen et al. Judge
Otis ordered findings in favor of the
plaintiff.
Margaret Elliott Snapp was Granted a
divorce yesterday by Judge Kelly, and
was given leave to resume her maiden
name, Margaret Elliott. She was also
given the custody of her son Linton.
The ground of divorce is that the hits
band. Cope J. Snapp, is an inmate of
1 the Stillwater penitentiary. It will be
j remembered that he confessed to em
bezzlement from the Northern Pacific
j Railway company. "faLSI
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The Andrew Sciiocu Grocery Co.
GEORGE MOKIiI.KR ASSIGNS.
; Thi; "Well-Known Cigar Manufact
urer Turns Over His Property to
His Creditors.
Georire Moeller, a cigar dealer and
manufacturer at 7!) West Third street,
has made a voluntary assignment to
Richard D. Czeikowitz for the benefit
of general creditors. The assignment
was precipitated because of the action
begun by Sutter Bros. Mr. Moeller es
timates his stock of goods, book ac
counts and real estate to be worth
84,000, and his liabilities at i? 8,000. The
assignee has accepted the trust' and
given an ?S,ooo bond, with George G.
Benz and James Cleary as sureties.

Through Cars to California.
On Oct. 13, and each Thursday there
after, the Minneapolis & St. Louis rail
way will run a through tourist car to
California, leaving St. Paul at 'J:SO,
Minneapolis at 10:30 a. m.
For cheap rates and berth reserva
tions inquire of City Ticket Agent M. &
St. L. Railway.
mm
Minnesotans Abroad.
Special to the Globe.
New York, Oct. 11.— The following
are registered at city hotels:
Minneapolis: W. 11. Brown, Holland:
S. C. Gale, Continental; H. Harrison,
Savoy J. L. Purchase. Broadway Cen
tral; A. J. Safford, Imperial; 11. Gale,
St. Denis. **XV
St.Paul; W. C. Brown, Gilsey.
St. Cloud: G. Tilotson, Imperial.
Duluth: C. T. Abbott, Coleman.
Bishop 11. B. Whipple' of Minnesota
is registered at the Fifth Avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. 11. Gale. Jr. of Minne
apolis, left today on the steamer Spree
for Bremen.
[s It Worth
. the Chance?|
If you are sincere in encour- ■
aging honest manufacturers in
giving you pure preparations
instead of worthless ones, at
fair instead of seemingly
cheap price, is it worth the
chance to purchase the dozen
and one adulterated extracts
on the market instead of Dr.
Price's . Delicious Flavoring
Extracts of Lemon, Orange,
Vanilla, etc., that impart the
natural flavor of the fruit, and
are endorsed for their purity,
strength and economy?
Atrial of Dr. Price's Delicious
Flavoring Extracts will prove
a great movement towards
good eating, active digestion
and happy homes.
I
A*V\Ol***'t E.UEx\TS.
fikIWHEX -V.1.1. OTHER KJEMKDIKS
» V fail then the doubting man becomes
convinced of the superior value of I)r. E. B.
Halliday's Blood Purifier. The wise man
never uses any other remedy."
LADIES IX DELICATE HEALTH OK
about the turn of life will find Dr. Hal
liday's Blood Purifier just what they want.
For sale by all druggists. Office and labora
tory. 274 East Seventh st„ St. Paul. -
HE ANNEAL MEETING OF THE
stockholders -of the Great Northern
Railway Company, for the election of three
directors to serve for the term of three years,
and for the transaction of such other busi
ness as may come before it, will be held at
the office of the company In st. Paul, Minne
sota, on Thursday, Oct. lath, 1892. at 12 o'clock
noon. Edward T. Nichols, secretary, St.
Paul, Oct. 1, ISO 2. -
K. O'LKAItV, I)i:SIKISGANDHOP.
Ing to be able to see most of those who
wish to avail themselves ot his services, will
remain a few days longer at . his office, Koom
1, Stees Blocs, corner Seventh and Jack
son sts. Jj*9(MBfSB«*BBBHnB
Till- ANNEAL MEETING OF THE
J- stockholders of the St. Paul. Minne
apolis & Mauito"ba Railway Company, for the
election of a board of directors and transac- ]
tion of such other business as may come be
fore it, will be held at the office of the com
pany, in St. Paul. Minn., on Thursday, Oct.
liih, 1692, at 11 o'clo'ck in the forenoon. Ed-"*
ward Sawyer, Secretary. St. Paul Oct Ist,
1682. ,
STRAIGHT DEMOCRATIC TICKET MARKED.
If you want Mr. Cleveland, Lower Taxation, and Pure Government in na
tional affairs; if you want a change ol State Administration and the cleaning out
or the present State House Ring, take this ticket with you into the voting booth
on election day, lay it down opposite the ticket which will be given you by the
Judges, and place an X opposite each name on the ticket precisely where the X
is located on this ticket. A vote for any other person on State or National Ticket
wiil be a vote in favor of the McKinley Tariff, the continuance of the Wheat
King and all the evils that affect the people of this state and nation.
PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS.
2 «i- 2 her V* re NI^ E Presidential -Electors, to be chosen.' Be sure to I
place an X opposite each of the nine names which have an X marked I
I this sample ballot. You will observe there are live names with the 1
words "Democrat-Cleveland" following; and in another group there A
are four names with the words "Peoples-Weaver," also "Democrat- V
Cleveland, niasing nine in all. Mark each of these names that are so
marked in this sample ballot.
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Presidential Elector- JOHN S. CARLSON— Republican— HARRISON
- Presidential Elector-PATRICK FOX-Republican-HARRISON
Presidental Elector— D. Republican-HARRISON
P Ek-ctoJ ial - EBENEZER . C. HUNTINGTON-Rep-HARRISON
Presidential Elector-SAM. P. JENNISON-Republican-HARRISON
Presidential Elector-ERNEST L. Rep.-HARRISON
Presidential Elector— HENßY F. BROWN— Rep.— HARRISON
Presidential Elector-WILLIAM E. CULKIN— Rep.— HARRISON *
Presidential Elector— W. DONALDSON— Rep.— HARRISON
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Presidential Elector— HUGH HARRISON— Prohibition— BIDWELL
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Presidential Elector— MAHONEY— Proh.— BIDWELL
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Presidential Elector— JAMES E. Prohibition— BlDWELL,
Presidential Elector— S. S. JOHNSON— Prohibition—
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Presidential Elector— A. T. CONLEY— Prohibition— BIDWELL
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Presidential Elector— B. MARSHALL— Prohibition—
Presidential Elector— FßANK PETERSON— BIDWELL
Presidential Elector— DAVlD MURDOCK— Prohibition— BIDWELL
Presidential Elector— B. B. Prohibition— BlDWELL
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I Presidential Elector— ROßEßT A. SMITH— CLEVELAND \j^ J
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Presidential EIector— BENJAMIN F. NELSON— CLEVELAND I
Presidential Elector— D. N. JONES— Dem.— \f
Presidential Elector-WILLIAM QUINN— Dem.— CLEVELAND \^
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Presidential Elector— MAßTlN SHEA— Dem.— \f
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Presidential Elector-WM. MEIGIIEN - f; eOI,IeS F*^^S(P ! V
—Democrat— CLEVELAND Jr\
Presidential Elector-A. L. STROMBERG -^ 0 ! 1168 P ?*^r^]fsS X
—Democrat— CLEVELANDj J?%^
I Presidential Elector— H. W. NORTON— Peoples Party— WEAVER
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Presidential Elector— PETEß McGßATH— PeoplesParty-WEAVER
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Presidential Elector— 11. THOEN— Party— WEAVER
Presidential Elector-JAMES N^O^^a^L^uH!" "V"
1 Presidential Elector— E. F. CLARK— Party— WEAVER
Presidential Elector— C. E. M. BROWN— Peoples Party— WEAVER
Presidential Elector- A. 11. HALLO WAY _I ' eo ? l^^-^-)*!,^" V
—Democrat— CLEVELAND _s^_-
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■WE SCOTT. MANAGER. ■ »
ALL THIS WEEK.
JULIA MARLOWE
Assisted by Mr* Sfnber.
Tonight. Ingomar
* Thursday .TWELFTH NIGHT
. Friday, I Rogues and Vagabonds
Double Bill j Pygmalion and Galatea
Saturday Matinee........:. Romeo and Juliet
Saturday Night ........AS YOU LIKE IT
< Next Sunday— German Company.
•:. Next Monday— The Lost Paradise.
IDE oa:r,:m:o'S
CLASSES IN DANCING.
Westmoreland Halli
Tenth and St. Peter Sts. Now Open.
Tuesdays and Saturdays.
Young Ladies, Misses and Masters, 4 p~ m.
j Ladies.' and Gentlemen, Bp. in. Private Les
sons at other ti mes.'j^! r^^'»**^HSiW t W*
GLOBE \A/ANTS
AINIX tt ~ • EEILLY
AMirSE'tIE'STS.
mxm C_^__Tv-A-X*n JL-/ *. jk*
3Tf atlnee Today.
The Big Scenic Sensation ="&
THE . OPERATOR!
**■ 7"*-s*,*£ " &*^"fc^***S&&--**'*'*-
Next Sunday— Ullie Akerstrom.
CENTRAL HALL!
FOR—
OI_XJ_3 _DA._>TO_I!S f
Kitchen, Dining-Room. Elevator. Apply 34
East Seventh street, Room "501.
Jl/IA_.CO_,M'S DAnTTinG. ACADEMY,
LOWRY ARCADE-Fourth St. Entrance.
Children's Class Saturdays at 3 p. m. Adults
—Tuesdays ana Saturdays at Bp. m. Now
is the time to enter. ' .■;;"-:
POPOURWANTS.
STATE BALLOT.
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Go IGNATIUS DONNELLY— Party
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Governor— DANlEL W. LAW Democrat _tf m
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Governor— WlLLlAM J. DEAN— Prohibition / O
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Governor— KNUTE NELSON— Republican. O
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Go verner —
Lieutenant Governor— NELSON— Peoples Party
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Lieutenant Governor— H. H. HAWKINS— J4 Hi
S\ ft
Lieutenant Governor— OLE KRON Prohibition 2
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Lieutenant Governor— M. CLOUGH— Republican ©
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Lieutenant Governor
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Secretary of State— H. B. MARTIN— Party
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Secretary of State— PETER NELSON— _j£ H
Secretary of State— H. H. AAKER— Prohibition 5
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Secretary of State— P. BROWN— Republican q
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Secretary of State — "
State Treasurer— PETEß M. RING DAL— Peoples Party
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State Treasurer— LElCHT— Democrat \f I hi
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State Treasurer— D. 11. Prohibition §
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State Treasurer— BOBLETER— Republican I O
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State Treasuer
Attorney General— L. MACDONALD— PeopIes Party
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Attorney General— JOHN C. NETHAWAY— Democrat XO
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Attorney General— ROßEßT TAYLOR— Prohibition 3
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Attorney General— W. Republican Q
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Attorney General —
Associate Judge Supreme Court- WM.N. D A VIDSON-Peoples Party
Associate Judge Supreme DANIEL BUCK - ***& \^ _
—Democrat „^«k "^
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Associate Judge Supremo Court— THOS CANTY - £ co P les Party X/"" ft
—Democrat. _^V
—Republican -•_ _— _.
Associate Judge Supreme Court— "WM. MITCHELL— Democrat _ r m
; -Prohibition _f\ **
— . M *%,
Associate Judge Supreme DANIEL A. DICKINSON - £* * 3
—Proh. sfl
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Associate Judge Supreme Court— C. E. VANDERBURG - I! " •
—Proh.
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Associate Judge Supreme Court—
YES. $
AMENDMENT to Article four (4) of the Constitution to "' S5
Prohibit Special Legislation. m
NO. * |
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AMENDMENT to Section three (3) of Article nine (9) of the £
Constitution providing for the Taxation of Sleepinc ■== *j3
Car Companies and other Companies. ° C
If you desire to vote in the affirmative, erase or mark out the word NO I*3
If you desire to vote in the negative, erase or mark out the word YES; NO | &
■ II nil il II 111 ''I mI" '■■' ■_■ —_■__—_
MARRIAGES, BIRTHS DEATHS,
HEATHS REPORTED.
Lena W. D. Cailin. Betnesda hospital. 42 years
Kathcriuc Stone, 667 Central ay 67 years
John Tierney. 46!) Topping 9 months
Gustav Helget, 1054 James 4 weeks
BIRTHS REPORTED.
Mr. and Mrs.. John Schmidt Boy
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Grcmrath Girl
Mr. and Mrs. A. Kelberers ~ Girl
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Leopold. Boy'
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Peterson .'.Boy
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Peterson .... .".'.'..80y j
Mr. and Mrs. John Sachowitzen Girl
Mr. and Mrs. G. Geisenheiner „ Boy j
MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED. -ISRSffil •
Fritz Anderson Matilda Anderson !
John Monson - Ida Nelson I
Michael Foley Maggie Scanlan i
John Adam Detzer Emma Anna Hess
Leonard A. Chase Maggie Qurk
Frank N. Allen Eliza J. Belisle
AlexFinburg Ingeborg Neison
August Weyand Josephine I.'itt
Frank J. Royer Alice M. Upton
24 £. T_-i_B STREET*
EXTRACTS fife* PATENT
TEETH £jy PROCESS,
POSITIVELY >^^Kfe^.
WITHOUT /'^^^^^^S,
pain /^-^€w^l^^A
.WITH H'lS^^Nllr >
lfif __ __ I- HS-. INSTANT RE
I7MQ-.lf liil fi_&Bl - 1 - 1 ,:£ '*- *-'* ! ''c •-
if BdR if I ft 3 1 ir - da >' s ; l D wXen _
■ H UUII BuIUII turns. I will send
(sealed) CD EC to my fellow sufferers a pre
cnption I I ILL to enlarge small, weak or
gans. A sure cure for Emissions, Lost Man"
hood, Nervous Debility, Varicocele, etc Ad
dress, with stamp, L,. S. Franklin, Music
Dealer, Marshall, Mich.
STRYKERSEffIINARY
Opens Sept. 14tli, 1892.
A Boarding and Day School for Young {
.:'■-,-• Ladies.
Located in St. Anthony Park,' between Mm- i
neapolis and St. Pun' * :>vfs a finishing i
course or prepares fo O t It' Send for Pros
pectus. Miss Ajoja •_, -* ,-.. . oca, Principal
JomsrsoasT's
ANODYNE LINAMENT
FOR
Interna and External Us
piniii!
I Ul ULfiu If fin Iv«
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I>lEl>. .
DUDLEY— Iii St. Paul, Tuesday. Oct. 11, at
10:4") a. m., Louis Casey Dudley, aged eight
mouths and fifteen days, only "son of J. L.
and Mary Dudley. Funeral from residence
of parents, No. 44 West Lawson street,
Wednesday, Oct. 12. at 2 p. m. Services at
St. Patrick's church at _:30l Friends in
vited.
JERNEGAN— Tn St. Paul, Minn., Oct. 11, 1802,
at family residence. No. 573 Carroll st
Inez t;., wife of Arthur T. Jcrnegau. No
tice of funeral hereafter.
. 371 Jackson St., St. Paul, *Tf Inn.
The number of years that a physician has
been established is a sure t'liarautee of
his success. Dr. Pearce, as his Diplomas will
show, is a graduate of the best medical
school in the world, and has for _ I years
given exclusive attention to the cure of"
Chronic, Heryous and Private Diseases
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of the Hair, Catarrh, Dyspepsia. Loss of En'
ergy, Constipation, or Piles, are treated by
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5,000 cases treated annually.
Thousands have been cured by him where
others have failed. LADIES who suffer from
any form of Female Weakness, Painful or ir
regular Sickness, are speedily aud per
manently cured. Offices and Parlors private
JSo Exposure. Consultation free. Call or
write for List of Questions. Medicines sent
by mail and express everywhere.
Office hours, 9 to 13 ni. ; 5 to 5 and 7 to 8 p.m.
Health Is Wealth,
Dr. E. C. West's Nerve and Brain Treat
ment, a guaranteed specific forUysteric Uiz
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sent by mail prepaid. We guarantee sii
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six boxes, accompanied -with s%'we send the
purchaser our written guarantee to refund
the money it it does not effect a cure. Guar
antees issued only by W. K. Collier, successor
to Hipp er & Collier, druggists Seventh aud
Sibley sts.. St Paul, Minn.
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*;■ M ***uns*n Technical Chemist '
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pt, Paul, Minn: Personal attention given
to all kinds of Assaying, Analyzing and
lestiiiir. Chemistry applied for all aits
and manufactures.'
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