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CONFERENCES STILL ON. ORAL STATEMENTS TO BE TAKEN DOWN IN SHORTHAND to BE si iiisrrrut) TO OAKSS, Shopmen Yesterday ..Laid Their Case Before Kendrick and Other Northern Pacific Official-* —Telegraph Operators Next — Stenographer Taking the State ments. The Northern Pacihc shopmen was the brotherhood that met Willi the fa cials of the road yesterday. As previ ously announced, the only point in issue between them and the company is the matter of the reduction. of. wages. The session, as compared with * previous ones, was short, opening at 11 a. in. and closing at 2:15 p.m. As at the other meetings, General Manager Kendrick. General Superintendent Kimberly, As sistant General Superintendent Dickin son and John HicUey. superintendent of motive power, represented the com pany. The shopmen- were represented by fifteen men' consisting of six ma chinists, two boilermakers and seven car men. 1). McClellan appeared as chairman of the boilermakers, D. 1). Mclnnis as chairman for the car men, anil S. E. Garrett appeared as chairmen for the machinists. The latter also represented the interests of the blacksmiths, as their chairman, Mr. lingers, had been called to his home at Brainerd, on account of sickness in his family. The course pursued was the one already established— the formal presentation of the grievance, the argu ing of the same seriatim, the reducing of all oral statements to shorthand, to be afterwards transcribed on the type writer. 'Ihe meeting was marked, like its predecessors, by a spirit of fairness throughout, and perfect amicability on both -ides. Today the Brotherhood of Telegraph Operators will present their case. It is though they may be able to finish to liiciit. In ease" they do not, it is probable that their case will all be in by Saturday night. When the telegraph operators conclude they will be followed by the Brother hood of Railway Conductors, either Saturday or Monday, as the case may be. Chairman Mann, of this order, is stationed at the International hotel. When the operators and conductors have been heard, then will follow the switchmen, and this will finish the bear li. of the separate brotherhoods. Then will succeed the submission of ali the statements, together with the typewrit ten arguments in suoport of each, to Receiver Oakes for his consideration. CROOKS PROBABLY OUT. Shaking Up Among Great North ern Officials. Although vigorously denied, the changes announced in the Great North ern's legal department are probably true. The general belief is that the re tirement of Col. Crooks, the right of way agent, is a certainty, and that position will he amalgamated .with the one now held by Judge Wilkinson, in the legal department. In other words he will perform both of fices. It is thought that Judge Camp bell.now in San Francisco un a vacation for his health, will also find permanent retirement. As to Cyrus Wellington, of the legal department, it was learned yesterday that Ins resignation was vol untary, and Unit in a short time he will become the counsel and central legal adviser ol a large corporation iv this city. \§£__9b&&& ihe shake-up in the general freight department, followed by that in the legal department, is but the precursor, it is intimated, ot changes to follow in other departments in due course of time. Just what these changes are is not yet known. NOVEL SOUVENIR. Baggage Agent Smart's New Year's Greeting. S. A. Smart, baggage agent of the Great Northern, has issued a unique souvenir, representing a baggage checK, leather strap and all. On one of the nickel-plated checks is the inscription: "Wishing Many Happy — Returns. — May Yonr Mate Never Become Lost or Mismatched. 1.94." The other check reads: "A Happy New Year, 1894." On the accompanying card are the words: "Excess Fully Paid. Prosperity «*_ Confidence R. U. From the Present to the Future via Good Health, Wealth, Happiness and Peace. Willi Compliment of S. A. Smart.*" The strap bears a map of the Great Northern line from St. Paul to Spokane. Erroneous Dispatch. A special from Duluth, Wednesday, Elated that the North America, the first new passenger steamship ot the North ern Steamship line, was launched at Cleveland, 0., Wednesday afternoon. As stated several days aco by the ("i.obk, the launching will not take place until Saturday, at 2:30 p. m. The dispatch gives the name of the vessel as '•"North America.*' This, also, is incor rect. Its name ii Northwest. Will Advance the Rate. According to the popular understand ing, Saturday the Soo line will with draw its -.Vcent freight rate to New Yoik via Duluth, and substitute a rate of : "1 '■ _ cents, the rate to Chicago being I_7_ cents. Another Keceiver. St. Louis, Jan. 4.— The Louisville, Evansville & St. Louis Consolidated rail road, which was placed in the hands of a receiver at Indianapolis today, is known better by the title "Air Line." 'Ihe main line runs from East St. Louis to Louisville, Ky., twenty-three miles. This operated in connection with the Evansville & Terre Haute and Peoria, Decatur & Evansville. Canadian Pacific Hanging Back. Chicago. Jan. 4.— The meeting of the transcontinental lines today was a grand talking match and nothing was done. The Canadian Pacific would not give the other lines anything to work upon. It would not t a,* what differential it desired, and when asked to name a rail rate to the Pacific coast which would be to its satisfaction, it decla m *d to say anything. The meeting win continue tomorrow. It can hardly result in any- _2_aEiß^Bl_9a &B :,Ir ' J c - Jo******. of f- r i*_l i*^, (ii t_J CE 1 _3_. i_ Fulton, Arkansas, Ilfß save of ft***ij*tf7**<****j' "About ten years ago I con-|KBSBgiE trusted a severe case of blood poi- *****" "' Bon. Leading physicians prescribed medicine after medicine, which I took without any relief. I also tried mercurial and potash remedies, ■with unsuccessful results, but which brought on an attack of mercurial rheumatism that •^MEOUIISI four years I gave- up all remedies and began using S. S. S. After taking several bottles I was entirely cured and able to resume work. *«*""""©"""""?"""**""* Is the greatest medicine for blood RjSfl___P poisoning to-day oa tho market." Treatise en Blood and Skin Diseases mailed fcwi. Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga. thing unless the Canadian Pacific comes out of its shell. "**'g!i:*iir* Over Gratia Crossing-*. Chicago. Jan. 4.— Mayor Hopkins has taken up the light for the abolishment of grade crossing-;, and declares that the tracks inside the city must be elevated. Health Commissioner Reynolds has submitted a report iii which he declares that if the other roads will adopt the same block system as the Erie, there will be, no necessity for elevatinir the -tracks. . According to Commissioner l-'eynolds this line carried '■ 3*."8,0 "0 pas senuers into Chicago, ami did not injure any of them. * '-'-777* cvHr*'' Midgley a Bull on Rate*. _ Chicago, Jan.* —Chairman Mhigley, of the Western Freight association, de-" clared today that freight rates will go upon Jan. C. and that the Soo-I'acitie would by next Monday, at the outside, abandon Its 25-cent rale from Miniifapolis to the seaboard. A propo sition to pool the Minneapolis business is being considered .by the Western ■ Freight association lines. Matte General Aceur. Chicago, Jan. 4.— Mr. Pratt, head of the West* in Passenger association emi grant clearing house in New York, was today practically made general agent of the association. The proposition was unanimously approved by all lines rep resented at (tie meeting of the associa tion, but Mr. Pratt's title will not be continued until one line, not at the meeting today, is given an opportunity to vote. Ali other business at the meet ing was of a routine nature. "Not Likely to Occur. Omaha, Jan. -The segregation of the great stem of rails known to the western half of the American continent as the Union Pacific is not so likely to occur as had been predicted a month ago. There is a more general feeling prevalent among the higher officials of the rout! that the Union Pacific will be able to gain possession of the Union Pa cilic. Deliver & Gulf in the very pear future. A I loud ut Auction. Kansas City, Mo., Jan. The sale of the Kansas City, Wyandotte & North western tail way is set for tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock in Kansas City, Kan. it is probable the roau will be purchased by the Kansas City & North western company, which was chartered under the laws of Kansas last week, and that it will be operated in the future as a Could line, ami in connection with the Missouri Pacilic. Consolidation of StocSr. Springfield, 111., Jan. 4.-- -Articles of consolidation of the stock, property, etc., ot the Ohio & Mississippi railway with the Baltimore & Ohio Railway company, the consolidation to be known as the Baltimore & Ohio "Southwestern railway, were tiled today with the sec retary of state. The Idea Absurd. Philadelphia, Jan. 4.— The report that the Pennsylvania intends its system to Omaha is characterized by Second Vice President Green as absurd.it being the settled policy of the company not to build or acquire any lines west of the Mississippi river. BUMPERS. Marcus _>. Grover. central counsel of the Great Northern, and Thomas .Jen ton, attorney for the land department of the company, left Wednesday night for Little Rock, where they have gone to look into an important land case in which the company is interested. J. T. Morgan, New York, traveling passenger agent of the Anchor line, whose boats ply between New York and Glasgow, Scotland, and Swedish points, is in the city, and will remain in this vicinity several days. The rate clerks of the several lines held a meeting at the office of General Freight Agent Clark, at the Omaha, to check up adamant rates. General Traffic Manager Finley, of the Great Northern, and Hannaford. of the Northern Pacific, are in Chicago. Assistant General Passenger Agent Craig, of the Northern Pacific, returned yesterday morning rroui Chicago. J. A. Robinson, traveling passenger asent of the Southern Pacific, is in tire city. Nothing to Pay On a two weeks" trip to Hot Springs, Ark., and return, after leaving St. l'aul, Minneapolis or starting point. The rate ' covers the cost of round trip tickets, good for ninety days if desired, dining ! car meals, sleeping car berths and two weeks' board at the Eastman, Park or Arlington Hotels, at Hot Springs, and all of this for 5100.00; that is, via the Minneapolis & St. Louis Railway excur sion, which is to leave Minneapolis and St. Paul Jan. 23. 189-. The trip will be via the Albert Lea Route to St. Louis, Iron Mountain and Hot Springs rail roads. Information cheerfully furnished upon application to any agent of the M. & St. L. Railway, or C. M. Pratt, G. T. & P. A.. Minneapolis, Minn. STILi-WATBII NEWS. J. S. Vandiver. of St. Paul, delivered a lecture at G. A. K. hall last evening on the subject: "Why I am Poor." Franklyn W. Lee also contributed several numbers. Three prisoners were received at the prison yesterday from Dakota county. I'liey-were Ed. Belanger, grand larceny and burglary, 10 years; Felix James, burglary, reformatory plan, and Nels Olson, grand larceny, reformatory plan. A telegram was received here yester day announcing the death of W. 11. Maunsell, a former resident of this city at Vicksburg, Miss. Deceased was for a number of years court stenog rapher at Glencoe, and also at Ada, this state. Henry Bell, a former Stillwaterite. died recently at Thompson, N. D. Bell was over eighty years of age. INTO THE COURTS. Kansas Populist F'g'it Grows In teresting. Topkka, Kan., Jan. The fight be tween Mary Elizabeth Lease and Gov. Lewelling has finylly found its way into the courts, and the right of Gov. Lewelling to remove Mrs. Lease with out an investigation as provided for by law will be passed upon by the supreme court. This morning Eugene Hageu, as counsel for Mrs. Lease, appeared be fore Chief Justice Horton and filed a petition in quo wairan'o asking tint a writ be issued out of the court ousting W. Freeborn from his teat as a mem ber of tlie state board of charities, drawing any salary as such member, or interfering in any way with the action of Mrs. Lease as a member and presi dent of the board. Freeborn has been notified by wire by the clerk of the supreme court that such restraining order had been granted, and the papers will be served upon him by the sheriff of any county where he hap pens to be at the time of the service. The case will not probably he heard be fore the Febraary '..rut of lie court. When asked what he thought of Mrs. Lease's proceeding, - and whether he would take a bend In the fight in court. Gov. Lewelling said: "The controversy is now between Mr. Freeborn and Mrs. Lease. 1 have r**"Uovotl Mrs. Lcaso and appointed Mr. Freeborn, and it remains to be seen whether . my certificate amounts to anything." "If the court holds differently, and says you must state more specific rea sons than you indicated in your notice THE SAINT PAUL DAILY GLOBS: FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 5, 18)4. 1 1 her of removal, are you prepared tc >io it*"* am." "Will be in ; tho nature of a charte against her personal or official con duct*" /V'7V-7 "Wo will not cross that bridge until we come to it." Ex-Assistant Attorney General Noah Allen --aid today that the governor could not maintain his position. FOLLOWED RUSK. Secretary Morton Says the Gran gers' Kick Is Wrong. . Washixgtox, Jan. 4. — Secretary Morton expressed surprise today at what he regards as a misrepresentation of his position in regard to the agricult ural experiment stations' appropriation, and of his actiou in omitting that branch of the service from the estimates of de partmental expenditures for ,the fiscal year. "As a matter of fact," said the secre tary, "I have taken the same course in this respect as was adopted by my prede cessor. Gen. Rusk. I have taken pains in a statement included in my annual report to deduct ¥720,000 (the amount omitted for experiment stations) from the total decrease iv the estimates, with the explanation that it is a sum im properly included in the depart ment appropriation, and to claim credit only for the net de crease of nearly t5G0.658. The fact is plain that no suggestion for the aboli tion of the state stations was suggested by me. The inclusion in my estimate of **2."j,000 for the purpose of experiment station*-* indicates that 1 ilo not expect the work of that division to cease, al though it is well understood that it is maintained as the connecting link be tween the department and "the state stations, and for the special benefit of the latter, it is obvious that I would not have wasted words in my report urging the necessity of a more satisfac tory and clearer ' definition of the regu lation of the stations to the department. and vice versa, had my object been merely to extinguish them altogether. lamafiaid that the misapprehension existing in the minds of many people Is very largely due to some misrepresenta tions on the part of a few who ought to think some before tliey talk." BRILLIANT AFFAIR. State Dinner in Honor of the Cab inet. Washington, Jan. 4.— The president and Mrs. Cleveland gave their first state dinner in honor of the cabinet at the White house tonight. Like all similar events, it was a brilliant affair. The various rooms were elaborately deco rated and the Marine band furnished the music. Those present were the president and Mrs. Cleveland, Vice President Stevenson, the secretary of state and Mrs. Gresham, the secretary of the treasury and Mrs. Carlisle, the secretary of war and Mrs. Lamont, the postmaster general and Mrs. Bissell, the secretary of the navy and Miss Herbert, the secretary of the interior and Mrs. Smith, the secretary of agriculture and Miss Morton, the speaker of the house and Mrs. Crisp, Senator and Miss Voorhees, Senator Harris, Senator and Mrs. Gorman, Senator and Mrs. Jones (Arkansas). Senator and Mrs. Mills. Gen. jitid, Mrs. Schoficld, Admiral Gherardi, Hon. Wiiliam L. Wilson and Mrs. Wilson. Mrs. Henry T. Tiinrber, Gov. and Mrs. Pattison (Pennsylvania), Hon. John F. Russell and Mrs. Russell (Massachmelts), Miss Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Good year, of Buffalo. N. V. ; C. C. Baldwin and Miss Baldwin, of New i'ork city, James Stillman and Miss Stillmau, New York city. , Petroleum. . . .r"'-:. New Yokk, Jan. 4.— Petroleum quiet and steady; Pennsylvania oil sates, none; February option sales, closed at 80c bid. Lima oil sales, none. Noted Educator Dead. Bostox, Jan. 4.— The venerable Eliz abeth F. Peabody. of Jamaica Plain, is dead. She was one of the advanced ed ucators of the century,* and was directly concerned in the introduction of the kindergarten system in this country, and has been foremost in all educational reforms, especially in that of establish ing new and important methods in the existing school system. She was born in Billerica, Mass., May 10, ISO., the daughter of Nathaniel Peabody. a well known dentist. Her sister Sophia be came the wife of Nathaniel Hawthorne, the novelist, and another sister. Mary, married Horace Mann, who founded the school for the deaf and dumb. — New Organization Formed. Chicago. Jan. 4.— At a special meet ing of the Northwestern Association of Trotting and Pacing Horse * Breeders this afternoon the old organization was dissolved and a new one formed under the same name. The old organization was voluntary, and at the annual meet ing in December it was decided to form an incorporated body, and the special meeting was called for that purpose. The capital stock was fixed at $10,000. |F(fie\j!n LORILLARD'S. I llltlflA Much the Best. l^UG^ It's N^ggjJ^ sold everywhere. Galenic Medical Institute Ko, 67 E. Third St., St. Paul, Hiaa. § Established in _***6l nervous and chronic diseases, mcl udm_ Spermatorrhoea or Seminal Weakness, Nervous Debility, Im potency, Svphilis,Gon ure. Varicocele, Hydro cele, "Diseases of Worn The physicians of the old aiid Iteliable institute specially treat all the above diseases —are regular graduates— nnd guarantee a cure in every case undertaken, and may be consulted personally or by letter. Sufferers from any of these ailments, be fore consulting others, should understand their diseases and the latest improved treat ment adopted at our institute by reading our books. The Secret Monitor and Guide to Health, ft private Medical Treatise on the above dis eases, with the Anatomy and Physiology of the Sexual System iv Health and Disease, containing nearly 300 pages, and numerous illustrations, sent to any address on receipt of reduced price, only Tweuty Cents, or value in 0113 or two-cent stamps. Pamphlet and chart of question, for stat ing case sent free. All business strictly confidential. Office hours-, S a.m. :30 p. m. Sundays excepted. Address letters thus: <-Al.i:*tlC INSTITUTE. St. Paul. Minn pniCAGt) CHEAT WESTERN RAILWAY V- ' Co. rains 'leave Uniou Depot. City Oflice. . .'..inert Sireet, corner Fifth. ♦Daily, tDailyex. Sund. Leave. Arrive 'Chicago Past Express. ... 8:00 nm U:l:>pm j -(lowa, Mo. <$: Kansas Ex... 6:0*3 am 11:15pm •Dodge Center Local .'...*... 3:31 pm 10::)? am I •Chicago Limited ... 7:3Jpm 7:_.">am : »Dea Moines. St. J. St li. C. 7:30 pm 7:33 am ! *****^^^^'^™* l g*> eaves Union Depot for i i_rl**S*****rß-i I Chicago, St. Louis nnd S'fitfiflMiinrii down-river points, 7:30 ! S_L*lUt'iJ_*Ml_i_f 8 m - Arrives from Chi j tifa*S-«--J-K*ftWPS* '"i'o -:■>) p. in. Daily. : 'S^|*^S^^§^_ Leaves Union Depot tor iHiB-il Chicago and St. Louis, Bfjgjl_nllJiC II ~ : * 1 "*' "* Arrives from . r-mjgj-tl sunn. T.ni.m * ;45 *' m " , _■■■ i ■ tj-ti- DANGER JUST AHEAD. A Prominent l»i*:>iV**»or **•;■<•;• in About the Tlireatenlns 'atilti^n Abroad nt Till* I'imc or Hie Year. '•It is surprising how many peoi-le are suffering today from so-called coughs, colds nnd Influenza." , The remark was made by a very prominent; professor, connected with one of the lending. "•vow York hospitals. Continuing he-aid; 7]* "It is not these things that are troubling people, but it is an advanced form of our eld enemy, the grip. People feci out of snrtf»! sneeze, have imins in the muffles nud bones; have no appetite, lose all interest in ilia world ml wonder what is the ma ter. It is the grip; nothing else. > "Now, all such symptoms need to hav^ prompt treatment. The attack must be met and repelled at once, or it Is certain to run v into something serious. I know of but one way 10 certainly avoid these troubles which-*; are now so common, and that is, to immediate ly counteract them by using a good, pure." strong stimulant. Nothing of the ordinary] kind, but something pure aud scientific. For; this purpose " nothing has ever equalled! Duffy's Pure MaltWhiskey, which is acknowl edged today by physicians and b< icntilic peo-J pie to be tbe only pure, midicinal malt, whiskey upon ihe market," ' The words of the professor are true, and, they cat r/ wonderful meaning to many men and women who are suffering with the first symptoms of grip, or else grip in its ad vanced stages. For all such peoole we offer a word of advice, which is to take the best means to overcome these troubles and do not permit any denier to swerve you from your purpose to have that which has proven itself by years of use to be the best and purest stimulant in tbe world. GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY Ti-l/.->!c SCO 2f tartlet »V M Minneapolis 195 B. 11 IttiSCta H. . M . Paul Ui-io'i depot* ho'h cttlat. leave St. Paul Union Depot, akiuvk. Willmnr.Morris. Brown's 18:03 am Valley b7:oopm * Fergus Fnlls, Fargo and tß:3.nm rand Forks b3:>3am Osseo, Clear water and St. lS:3oam Cloud... b6:D3pm * Anoka. St. Cloud and 13:30pm Willmar blo:3"iam hi :3opm Excelsior it Hutchinson. bll:33am Willmar, Sionx Falls, - ■•.*■; 1)8:30 am Yankton. Sioux City.. b~:oDpm Brcck., Fargo. Grand aC:3O pm Forks, Winnlneg a7*.e> am iOsseo, St. Cloud. Fergus Falls, Croofcßton, G. ... Forks. Kalispell, Spo kane. Seattle, Great Falls, Helena. Butte a7:.spm and Pacific Coast .113:33 am EASTERN' MINNESOTA. Duluth, West Superior, Elk River, Milaca. Hinckley, Princeton. 1 tftSPTn fjAnoka.".. M :""■ a. daily; except Sunday: §Bulfet parlor cars on trains to Duluth and W. Superior; tßuffet sleepers. JDinlng and Buffet cars, palace sleepers, tourist cars. jOSS^*** TICKET OFFICES Mo?M^s\ 159 E * Third sf *> 480; and Union *=^3^Sfe2^v Sibley Street, St. : Igjljljljg* Paal , y •Daily. iL.icept Sun I laj.i-i- i Arrive 'L.x. Monday. 'Ex. 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Pat* 1 tic Mail (uuny) lor Kar-jo, — Jamestown, Livingston, Helena, Butte, Missoula, Spokane. Ta- 4:15 7:T) coma, Seattle and Portland. ... p. m. a. m. Dakota and Manitoba Expre*. (daily) lor Fergus Falls, WatiDe ton. Crookston, Grand Forks, Grafton. Winnipeg, Moorhead, S:00 7:3*» Fargo and Jamestown p*. in. a. in. Fargo local (daily except Sun day,, for St, Cloud, Brainerd and 0:09 6:23 Fargo a. m.lp.m. Dakota Express doe. not ru 1 went o FarstoS-al days. Pullman Sleeper, daily between St. P.m. > nd Grand Forks.Granon.Wiiiuipcsc, Fergus Falls- Wahpeton nnd Farao. Pullman First-Class nn 1 Tourist Sleepers are run on through Pacific Coast Trains. C. E. STONK. City Ticket Agent, lti- East Third Street St. Paul- n % Ticket Offices'. Robert street, corner Fifth, and Union Depot, St. Paul. •Daily. +Ex. Sunday. •.Ex. Monday4Ex.Saturdar Lc.— St. Paul-A Chicago "Day" express jfcmam n.ciipm Chicago "Atlantic" express »2 Ol pin *12:10 p m Chicago 'Fast Mail" •.:35pm •2:V» m Chicago "Vestibule" Lim._ »S:.O m *T:6J a, in Chicago via Austin and Du buque _.___._ «... . 13:55 m |10:3.am Dubuque via La Crosse ISO a in [10.13 p m It. Louis and Kansas City.. "tj:3oani »ii:3o m Calmar and Davenport .... 1S:3o am to:3o pin Milbank and Aberdeen...™.. 'B:2iara fa-.i) Milbank and Aberdptvi .. fel'% p in f7 4» a in MiuneiiDolis trains leave *8, t7*.^J a. m., *_:.•: 15 ♦.*, t':ls and tl0:50p. m. For detail information call at ticket offices. Uiti ■ LLLCiIi 180 East Seventh st, St. Paul Minn - Speedily euresali private, nervous. chronic end blood and skm diseases or both sens, without fhe use of mercury or hlndrau3 lrom business. NO CUBI*, NOPA_". 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