Newspaper Page Text
WEREMUSTERED IN A HDRRY
Continued from Tenth Page. Hays, J. ML, ITpson, J. E.. Harvey, E. A., Van Valkeuburg, O. Hanscourt, W. 8., A., Heinen, John A., Varney, F. H., a Heck. C. N., Welch. J., r Huer. J. A., Wilson. H. W., Knowlos, G. 8.. Williams. L. R., Keatley. C. E., Worden. H., Kcnnediiy, \V. V.. Weiss. H. Company l», St. I'aul. Cupi— Charles E. Metz. First Lieutenant— M. L. Merrill. Second Lieutenant— H. \V. Tenvoorde. First Sergeant— A. J. Kahlert. Quartermaster Sergeant— C. A. Iltner. Sergeants— J. 11. Kerch, L. H. Lawton, C. A. 1 . i !i. G. C. Jeukson. Corporals— J. G. Pcehler, C. E. French. A. W. Henschet, L. C. Miss, t;. M. Mlddents J N. Parker, c. S. liowiia, O. Sjiiotka. is. E Bcholley. J. C. Bennett, H. E. Holler W A. Procter. -Msis .ians -A. .1. Caper, C, A. Henry. Artificer— Conrad H. Rowe. \\ ;,u iner - .1. K. Kenney. Private*— Atk in -on. P. C, I-arege, W. W.. Becker. J. T., Lark. C. J., Biah, \V. x., Malloy. J. E., 11. Q. C., Mason. C. I>., Burt -n. F. p., tfaruska, P. M., l>-iil >. B. C.. Meßain, Chas., DeCaney, B. J., McCune, J. S., De'-aney L. M., Miss, W. H., 1H- Mu'h, A. R., Mitchell. A. P.. Donnelly, .1. G. Jr.. MurUand, \V. L., Dwyer, P. J., Xathorst, C. E., Fetch, K. V... Mey. C. W., Fiti. !j, W. 1)., Nicoll, A. M., Fitch. \V. r. Odell. C. S.. Flynn. J. J., Olterdahl. Q. J., Gleiivllle, K. 0., Pederson, F. — Grinell, M. G., Perine, G. C, Hamp, Robert, Price, J. 8.. Hanua, M. H., Remakel, Nicholas, Harrington. \V. E., Sehutte. F. \V., Hartley, Jas., Siiboll, c. J., Hull. D. S., Thonc, W. J.. Horton, R. E., Trenham, M. A., Jerome, A. J., Van Hoven, C. 11., m. J., Veillf, ('. H., Ke :>. \V. 11., Webber. J. J., Keogh, F. a, Whltcomb. H. W., Kline. 11. N.. WipHnger, I<\, La<: y. C. H. t Woods. J. S.. Landon, s. m., <<>;iipnny K. Stillivnter. Captain— Joseph P. Maaterman. First Lieutenant— J. J. Walsh. Second Lieutenant— Geo. H. Grant. First Sergeant — H. M. Howard. Quartermaster Sergeant — Horace L. Keefe. Sergeants-William Burlington, Walter ! Koons. \V. H. An-her. M. F. Molan. Corporals — C. J. Johnson. Peter C. Peter- ! ■On, M. C. McMillian. J. C. Pratt, M. W. ! Hoppe. Nelson O. Marsh. Benjamin F. Thelan, \ Roy E. Webster, J. M. Nolan, M. W. Walsh, Chas. Newman. Nathan L. Laners. Musi ians— D. L. Carrol. W. 11. Fosler. Artificer— C. A. Peterson. Wagoner — G. A. Kearney. Privates — Williams. Alex.. Kinyon, C. Le Roy, Anderson. G. J., , Knap?, Fred M., Balzart, S. A., Larson, J. E., Barton, S. P., Luhmann, Chas. J.. Behnke. Paul. Mcßae. Donald D., Berging. Otto A.. McNeil. Hector, Barrowman. H. A., McDonald, M. J. Brewsaugh. Geo. A., Olson. Axel. Burlingham. L. P.. Parrent. M. F., Clappeton, J. A., Reiter. L. \\\. Coles. R. M.. Rhode, P. J.. Connelley. J. J., Russell. Wm. F.. Cook. Terrence, Rutherford, C. W.. . Curtiss. P. H., Schuberg, A. G.. Chapel. M. F.. Scheela. Carl W., Elmquist, C. E., Seeker Jr., Albert G. Glaser. C. A., Sha<*.uist, A. J.. Gadin, Geo. W.. Siegler. W. H-, Hagerty. H. J.. Sinnott, Wm. T., Hartung. Lewis E.. Smith. E. G.. , , Hewey. T. J., Staples, H. J., Hirds. F. F... Thornquist, G. A.. Hinz. H. M., Tobesch. F. T.. Hobbs, Newion. Wachsmuth. Otto A.. Hughes. Jas. A.. Walla. J. F.. Husting. Wm. M., Whelan. John P.. Keefe. J. H., Wurdeman. Otto H., Kelly, Gilbert S., Pankonin. Emil, Kenyon, E. C, Clewell, Chas. 3. Company X, St. I'nnl. Captain — C. T. Spear. First Lieutenant— Charles A. Clark. Second Lieutenant — C. R. Trowbridge. First Sergeant— R. S. Bunker. Quartermaster Sergeant— E. E. Good. Sergeants— T. C. Fernald Jr.. M. M. Carle- ! ton. J. C. Price. Max Schieber. Corporals— Omar C. Humphrey, W. C Montgomery. Charles R. Meacham. Harcourt N. nation. William A. Lens, 11. Everett Wil- | Hams, Harry T. Montgomery. Tracy H. Hoyt, E. C. Worley. Harry L/Hart, Francis H. Morgan Jr., Leo M. Cutts. Musicians — J. H. Brar.dhorst, Fred Buck- , land. Artificer — Thomas H. Larkin. Wagoner— Alfred MGrlenson. Privates— Ahlberg, Andrew, L>ftus, Edward D., Anderson, Karl G.. Lyberg, Gust, Bailey, L?uia G., Laduke, Edward, Blood. A. E., Mahar, George. Bi'.ggert. Charles W., Miles, Harry 8.. Baker, C. H., Jr., Mac Arthur, John,' Bogart, Fred L., Pearl, Oscar E., Carrier. Bert D., Padtn. Leslie 8., Crosby. Paul M., Pease, Frank H.. Carson, Edward E., Peyer, Louis, Campbell. E. P., Rice, C. P., Purnwald, A'beri A., Ricks. Jesse M., Eckley. W. H., Schillo, John J.. Fernald. George W., Scoville, George, Furnell, Jesse C, Sorenson, Lester P., Frltzon. F. C Steel, F. C. Gibbs, Myron R., Stapleton, John F., Gitse, Fred E., Thiessen, George, Hanft. Hugo 0., Tucker, S. W., llanft. Max L., Tucker, L. D., Hagerty, Alfred G., Van Keuren. H. J., Haskell, Frank L., View, Fred P., Hamann, Theo. C, Wilson, John S., Hoyt. Lindsley, Wood. Charles, Johnson, Sidney C, Webb, Joseph, Kelliher. R. J.. Billingsley, R. 11., Kimbell, William A., Olson, August. Kurlh, William. Mortc-nson, Frank, Lenz. Geo. J. F., O'Brien. J. H., Lewis, William F., Compnny U, Flt-<1 Wingr. Captain — Oscar Seebach. First Lieutenant — F. A. Morley. Second Lieutenant — E. S. Melliuger. First Sergeant — A. D. Dauielson. Quar;ern:as:er Serg: ant— C. A. Anderwn. Sergeants — C. Burnsen, Ed Skoglucd, E. P. NelU, C. K. Reckner. Cor;orals — F. A. Anderson, Frank Erictaon. The'j. Ek. Elmer Bassett, S. S. Lundquist, S. Buell, Ral; a Melendy, Charles Fisher, Harry Jones. Charles Ab>rs, Fred Paselfort, J. C. Foughty. Musicians— Charles Wendler, William Jc :-.'.•:. Ait fleer — J. E. Johnson. Wagoner— WJ'.liam RLberts. Privates — Anderson. O. A., Ka.ppel, E. R,, Amenda, G. M., Keefe, R. C, Allc-n, F. C, Lovgren, John, Bammcrt, Hy, Lundgren, J. P., Brnson, Olaf, Manuix, A., Berg. L. R.. Morrison, J., Bearbaum, H. H., Nelson, R., Brecht. F.. Newburgh, A. 8., Blaud, C. Newton. W., Btll. W. H.. Olson, O. 8.. Chlnnoek, A. T., Ols-in. E. E., Cadstrom, A., O^Neill F. J Danlelson, H., Ponfold. L., Ellstrom. J. W.. Peterson, Grant, Free<l!and. H. H., Pewters, J. T., Fischer. J. A., Quail, Christ, Flansburg, E., Rechert F., Foss, Iver, Reoj, W. J., Gerdiss. J. G., Rice, G. T., Gilbertsin. C. E., Sell, J. H., GHb, R. L. C. Sohowwaelller A N Hempftling. M., Stein, B , Hausetin, J. G., Stockwell C. R. Heg:und. C, Swanscn, Air K»' Haciring. E., Stewart. Charles Judd, S. E., Swanberg, A., Johnson, T., Tebbe, G. T., Johnson. J. C, Tubesing, 8., John Eon, V. C, Webb. James, Jackson, A., Company !.. Minneapolis. Captain— A. S. Morgan. First Lieutenant— ll. D. Lickare. Second Lieutenant— H. R. Scott. First Sergeant— C. R. Head. Quartermaster Sergeant— A. R. Meyhart. Sergeants— H. B. Shears, L. B. Ba^sett, B. W. Shore, C. A. Steele. Corporals— P. E. Donaldson, W. WhUnian, E. Akerlund, M. H. Canavan. \V. Sullivan, R. A. Gray, O. Sangstad, H. Endtrwardt, D. G Gonser. P. J. Fallon, R. Long, J. I). Jones, Musicians— G. F. Tenney, E. Lee. Wagoner— W. I). MeDuiinott. Artificer— E. M. Griffin. Prhates— Anderson, A. E., Lyons, M. J., Arneison, R.. London, H.. Aylesworth, W. 11., Murphy, .\l. J.. Ahlberg. G. H., Meyers, J. P.. Anderson, A. Madden J Brennen, S. J., McWilliams C. J., Brrddove, F., -Metke, J., Bougie, E., McGUton, W. F , Cullen. P., Mc'/orm ck, J. W., Chrlstenson, E. T., Mullen Jerry Dixon, H., Opdahl, C, Dovinjey. 8., Olmb, L., Davics, H. A., Ohman, 8., Davis, T. R., Paulsud J., Egge:!. S., Pratt, E., Emerson, W., Peterson, Gus Fieldslad, Chas., Peterson. J. A., Felton, C, Purchell, A. D., Glazier, H. M., Peters, C, Guenther, C, Ryder, E. E., Halvorson, S., Sullivan, J., Hotckiss, A., Still, F.. Hawley, 0., Sorenson, P., Hauck, J. P., Saylor. W., Johnson, A., Uhlaer, L., Jacqurnette, C. H., Vetenberg, J., Jacqurnette, R., Walsh, Joe, Kahl. 0.. . Werrauch, P. 9., Company C, St. Paul. Captain— M. C. Robinson. First Lieutenant— C. 6. Bunkor. Second Lieutenants. P. Snow. First Sergeant— E. R. Simons. Quartermaster Sergeant— Quy H. Thayer. Sergeants— J. M. Smethurst. Geo. H. Shepherd, F. C. Robinson, J. McK. Heffner. Corporals— J. L. Phillips, W. E. Le Lamer, E. B. Crandall. A. F. Kavanaugh, E. Jung baur, F. C. Andrews, C. M. Barlow, C. D. Collide, C. F. De Lamer, J. G. Wal lace. J. W. Flynt. B. W. Parsons. Artificer— Qeo. T. Harris. Wagoner— Win. Frlck. Musicians— J. E. Groh, B. S. Bowland. Privates — Arneson. A., Kelly, J. J., Anderson, V. A., Leppen, M. J., Baptie, J. R., Lee, L. L.. Beatty. M. P., Lyon, H. W., Uogart. H. R., Moore, R. L., Beacon. J. p.. Mullarky. J. J.. Brennan. W. C, Martinson, W. 0., Boxer, 0. W., McCarthy. D. F., Bruce. W. C, McConville, D. J., Cochran, W., McKenney, R. 1., Collins, C. S., McCormick, C. W.. Compton, W. G., Newgaard. P. M., Colcond, T. D., O'Brien, A. C, Daley, J. 0., , Oakes, H. H., Dickey, A.. , , Overton. C. 1., Dunn, Wm., Pomeroy. Harry, Elvidge. W. S., Phclan, T. M.. Espy, O. 11., Pedcrson, O. J., Flack, W. G.. Ritchie. W. J., Fiddes, J. H.. Robinson, K. W., Foaberg, F. W. Stark, S. G., Galling, W. E., Stevenson. W. R., Hazenwinkle, R.W.E. Tetzlaff, H. H., Hall. R. 8.. Watson. H. G., Henry. J. 11., Whitty, Geo.. Hughes. H., Wilmot. J. M. S., Reran. W. F.. Wolterstorff, E. F., Kimball. D. H.. Wooding, O. D., Kneasley. P., Zimmerman, P. L Company I, Minneapolis. Captain— Frank T. Carrlston. First Lieutenant— W. J. Byrnes. Second Lieutenant — J. F. Chambers. First Sergeant — E. W. Langdon. Quariermaster Sergeant— E. S. Jones. Sergeants— H. O. Wheeler, R. R. McDermid, W. P. Christian, R. L. Van Eman. Corporals— H. S. Taylor, H. F. Bedbury, O. S. Langum, E. A. Flnnigan, E. A. Dunn, J. F. Dyer. AY. W. Ray. J. D. Currie. C. W. McQuery, W. S. Clark, W. A. Pcalock, J. S. London. Musicians — J. N. Roberts, A. R. Patterson. Artificer— G. F. Rock. Wagoner— Bert Thomas. Privates — Ames. J. W.. Laurel, W. M., Barker. E. A., McAllister, F. 8., Barker. W. A., McDonald. A. H.. Bartlett, A. R., MeGreggor. A. J., Bates, A. E., ' Mclnnes, E. 8., Bean, V. E., McKey. H. R.. Beck. W. M., May, G. L., Bufflngton, A. L-, Morgan. R. L., Chance, J. P., Montgomery, G. IX, Christian, D. X., Park, A. S.. Creighton, J. A., Porter, L. A., Desmond, W. Z., Priest, A. R., Durstin. G. A., Rogers, H. S., Dyer. G. W.. Ryberg, W. A., Easthogen, A. M., Saxton, M. A., Egbert, Gv R., Schall, A. X., Jr., Erlckson. E., Schurman, R. N., Fairchi'.d, C. W., Smith, B. E., Gallagher. G. A., Stlffes, W., Grimes. A., Stiffes. W. F., Hagdahl, P. P., Stegner, J. L., Hall. W. H.. Sutton, H. E., Hohoft, J. T., Sutton, E. J., Holbrcok, A. D., Van Slyke, E. ML, . Jeffrifs, A. J., Weaver, J. W., Johnson. W. 8., Wheelock. E. E., Keyes, N. E., Wirtensohn. 0., Klngsley. W. J., Woehler. W. W., Kurtz, G. W., Works, W. J. Company F Minneapolis. Captain — W. A. Carleton. First Lieutenant — C. M. Clark. Second Lieutenant — C. L. Stowe. First Sergeant— J. B. Stafford. Quartermaster Strgeant — W. H. Hatcher. Sergeants— J. E. Kaars, M. E. Gate 3, W. H. Johnscn, J. F. Sorenson. Corporals — .1. I. Newhouse, E. G. Charabslin | C. E. Dv Luine, W. E. Gore, James Walsh. ' Gust Purcell. S. A. Rush, N. Pardin, D. A. Small, H: A. Moulton, V. E. Taggart, C. S. Freer. Musicians— C. J. Rustady M. J. Le May. Artificer.;^!. J. Cole. Wagoner— Aug Ccnrad. "- Privates- Anderson, Ivar, Llbbey, 8., Bishop. F. S., Luxton, H. A., Bryscn. S. 0., Lewis, F. C. Brcme, G. A., Little, diaries, Bunker. F. L., March. A. W.. Bcedle. V. 1... Monroe, H. J.. Covey, P.. W. Monfort, G. D., Chilson, B. F., Marion, Charles E., Doyle, D. Vf., Nicolas, L. J.. Dletz. A., Nicolas, W. J., Deering, H., Phillips. L. A., De la Ferr. M., Stetson, C. S., Everett. E. G., Swanson. C. J.. Foster. I. L... Sample, W. F. 8., Gibbs, A. A., Stailars, Lars. Goehner. Julius, Sproae. S. L., Green. F. A.. Setchell, C. L.. Gregory. F. L., Slenker. W. C. Goff, Willivii. Tobin, L. L., Hanson. A. 0., Towle, I. S-, House. J. E., Vaslka. James, Hingeley, M. \\'., Voice. F. L., Haw, J. 1., Walbourn, E. J., Helms. 11. C, Warner, G. A.. Johneon, A. E., Warrrn, Charles, Jessup, F. H., Walker, A., Hoerble. L. J., Whlie. G. H. King. H. N., Rardin, S. J., Klingenberg. V., Colby, C. \V., (a.ii|>any A, Minneapolis. Captain— W. S. McWade. First Llcuter.ant — Pearse. Second Lieutenant— John Donaldson. First Sergeant— C. E. Carlton. Quartermaster Sergeant— Hantcon Eug?ne. Sergeants— «. W. Pierce. C. E. Thompson H. F. Kennedy, R. C. Davis,. Corporals— R. M. Whyte. Fred BelUch?n, R. M. Co'.e, W. H. Sti'.fs. W. ft Jackson, R. E. Woodworth, Horace Dean, Geo. Chris:en son, It. L. Currier, A. M. Mogcon. Musicians— F. E. Force, Llewellyn, W. Vince. Artificer— Geo. P. Hayes. Wagoner— H. Guillbert. Privates- Christopher, S. 8., Harrison, M. E. ( Hates, John, King. C. M., Avery, A. S., Mikulesky, J. F., Anderson, C. T., Martinson, Andrew, Anderson, Samuel, Mosier, \V., Armstrong, S. \V., McKusick, C. P., Burgess, Phil, McKibbon, G. C, Barley, S : dney. McDannell, W. M., Barrett, John L., Nelson, 8., Bates, Otis. O:ander. W., Baiter, Howard, Pratt, Sidney, ! Bradish. H. B , Pat'erson, J. B. r Blskebrk. J. H., Page, Howard, Uuckerdorf, J. A., Pickard, S., Creightcn, F. E., Raymore, H. C, Craegic, C. H., Roberts. R. G. Church. G. Jr., Ros:e, H. A., Calwell, C. E. P., Stark, Harvey W. ( Day, Rostoe, Simmons, C. 8., Dunn, Wm. W. Jr., Skillman. Chas., Darby, L. M.. Smith, Ezra., Folsom, Artbur, Streeter, J. 8., Foster, W. C, Terry, Robert, Fe:s E. A., Williamson, W. S., Gi'.l, J. R., Williamson. Fred, Gsloson, B. 8.. Wilson, Wirt, Gerretson, W. F., Wais-te, Cha?. E., Hinnian W. W., Myers, H. V., Harris, Jas. D., Larson, W.. Higbee, Matt. L., Anderson, Harry, Company H, St. Paul. Capt— J. C. Hardy. First Lieutenant — A. W.- Bjarns'ad. Second Lieutenant — Frank C. Sauter. A full company reported to Capt. Swigert, and were mustered in. HOST OF CAMP VISITORS. Expected That 14.0Q0 Will Come From Out of Town. It is expected that about 14.000 peo ple will come to St. Paul tomorrow to visit Camp Ramsey. The reports re ctived at the railroad oflic?s from dif ferent points in the state, indicate this. All the roads have prepared for the accommodation of the large crowds, and the Omaha, Milwaukee and Minne apolis .% St. Louis lines will run spe cial trains. Flxtra cars will be cairied on Uie regular trains of the Northern Pacific, Great Northern, St. Paul & Du-uth, Great Western and the Wisconsin Cen tral. The Omaha road will have every pas senger car on hand in service. There will be 500 people from Mankato, 300 from Blue Earth City, 200 from St. Piter, 300 from Stillwater, 200 fiom St. Jamos, and corresponding r.umber-5 from L» Sueur, Lake Crystal, Madelia, Tracy, Sle-py Eye, New U'm and Hen derson. The trains will begin to ar rive at the union depot at 10 o'clock tomorrow rnorr.ing. and will stait for home betwec-n 6:45 and 8 p. m. Two extra care, filled with Duluth people, will come in this evening. The Milwaukee road will run three extra trains on the River division, bringing from 1,000 to 1,500 people; an extra train on the lowa & Minnesota division, with 500 to S00; extra trains en the Southern Minnesota and the H. & D. divisions, each carrying about 500 people. The Minneapolis & St. Loula will run THE ST. PATO GI^OBE SUNDAY MAY 8, 189& two extra trains from Albert Lea, Mankato and intermediate points, car rying- from 1,500 to 1,800 people. The St. Paul & Duluth expect over 2,000 people from Stillwater, Duluth and various points on the line. The Northern Pacific and the Great Northern will each bring in more than 1,000 people on regular trains. The Great Western, the Wisconsin Central and the Soo will, bring In sev eral hundred people. The Great Northern will run trains every half ihour between Minneapolis and the fair grounds. LIFE AT CAMP RAMSEY. Company I, Albert Lea. Edward Kinne, of Owatonna, called yester. day. Corporal Green is posing as a fire- king. The boys say ho does all the old feats of the fakirs and one that is original with himself. He sets his hair ablazo without apparent injury to himself. Company I will be presented with a beau tiful flag by the citizens of Albert Lea. A large delegation of people will arrive from there today, headed by Mayor Wilkeuson, who will probably make the presentation address. Corporals Wolf and Willard earns together yesterday with the boxing gloves. Wolf won second money. Sergeant Graves and Cook Graves dispensed with the gloves and went the old style. It was declared a draw. The parting of the men who were reject ed and those who were to serve occurred Friday afternoon. It was a touching scene. Most every man in the company shed tears and they were not ashamed of them, either. The boys have, most of them, been side by sido since childhood, and camp life had | only served to cement the friendships of a lifetime more tightly together. Somehow, thoso who were rejected seemed to feel that they were humiliated by the decision of tha surgeons. It was hard for them, with hearts as brave as any. to be sent home for some disqualification which they attached no im portance to. They came here to fight, and they wanted a chance to show what they could do. Tho lucky ones felt as sorry as any. Great big brawny soldiers lay upon the grassy slopes of Camp Ramsey and cried just as they used to at mother's knee. When the time arrived for the boys to start, som; one proposed to escort them with a guard of honor to the confines of the camp. They got one. and it was a good one. Twenty men, under Sergeant Gillrupp, marched away with them to the cars. Two captains, two lieutenants and thirty eight privates — after a little more experi ence "Brownie" will probally some morning present his captain with a regiment. Capt. Edwards, of I, wears the handsome colonel's badge. It represents the champion sharpshooters of the regiment, and was won by I at Camp Lake\k>w, in July, '37. It is given by Col. Bobleter. Company 11. St. JameH. It was Corporal Trumbell who figured in the guard house opisode Friday and not N'ck eo-n. The boys swore it onto Nick for a joke. Musician Shaw is in the hospital with a sore eye. Master A. Running visited at camp yester day. Company B, Kcr:l>ault. Private L. A. McCarger is transferred to Company E, of the Tenth. He goes as sharp shooter. Capt. Tyrell arrived yesterday and took charge of B. Callers yesterday: J. J. Dow, Dr. A. C. Rogers, Marvin Reynolds, Alf Bill and Geo. Greenfield. Gecrge Pease left a nics cake with Mcc and Straub. Call again, George. Company D, Austin, Mrs. and Miss Sweningson, Mrs. Cook, Miss Bessie Hamilton. Austin; Miss Edith Larlbee. Le Roy; Henry Busch, Ed Hoosler, John Hormal, Austin, called yesterday. It is said that G put up the most military looking company at muster in of any of them. Capt. Wood wears a ten-year medal and the Second regiment second prize medals, won at the interstate drill held at Chicago in June, 1887. There were twenty-five regi ments in competition. The Second regiment got second prize, buing beaten only by the Louisville Legion. Company C, AVinunn. Sergeant Simon was chief of police yester day. The boys enjoyed an especial fine spread yesterday, presented by Misses Blaker, Ol sen, Moore and Maycroft. Private Hammond is out of the hospital. Privates Lamberton and Wadsworth were i the mess detail yesterday. Private Frick is transferred to Company X, Twelfth. "Salt Pork" Steadman is transferred to E of Twelfth. Company E, Winana. Private Salka had charge of the police. E street presents the most warlike appear ance. They keep their guns stacked in a line down tho center of the street and tho street nicely swept. It is the haunt of all the kodak fiends. Company drill yesterday. The non-commissioned officers organized a school yesterday to study up on duties, etc. It was well attended. First Sergeant Ren zinskl is dean cf the little college. Private Henry Glubka has left the hospital; he gels about with the help of a cane. Company K. Waippa. X was mustered in yesterday. Twelve men, Oscar Larsen, J. O'Leary, U. S. Gibbs, F. Lierath, A. F. Winship, T. Witchman, H. H. Williams, M. E. Ellingson, A. Frestad, i Albin Blomberg and J. F. Toms, were re cruited mostly from other companies, to fill up. J. F. Toms, of the Randall & Holbert Lum ber company, of Luverne, was the last man to enlist in K. He is one of the promindii young business men of that city that have laid aside their business prospects for two years that they may serve their country. Re has the physique find general qualifications J to make a good soldier. He received a hearty welcome from the boys. Company D. Fairmont. Frank Wheeler called on the boys yesterday. Corporal Williams had charge of the po lice yesterday. Private John Hues is transferred to Com pany E. Private Koobs got tired of not fighting the Praniards, aDd went home." Private Kcbs is transferred to B as mu sician. Compnny F. Spring Valley. F did guard duty yesterday. Capt. Viall was officer of Hie day; L'eut. Ren.-.b^rgr, senior officer of the guard; Lu'<;*. Viall junior officer of the guard; sergeant of the guard, Barnes, sergeant of the guard, Cidy. Company I-. Orookxton, Gov. Clough telegraphed Col. Van Duzee yesterday, that the enlistment of Jamea Green must not be permitted. He 13 undsr age and his father objects ta his serving. He will return home. First Lieut. Folwell reported for duty yes terday morning. L elected its second lieutenant last night; from appearances early in the evening it looked as if "Dad" Hayes would land it. Company M, St. Cload. Post guard detail today: Privates Person, Rictardson and Lempke. These will prepare the Sunday dinner: Walsh, W. Wheeler, J. Wh-=eler. Guard detail last night: Morrison, Mickley, Peterson. Visitors: Judge Collins and party, Matt Durnberg and wife. Company X, Sttllwatcr. X was the first company mustered in the Thirteenth. The Thirteenth regiment have a fooba'.l team, a number cf the team arc X boys. Tho Thirteenth and Twelfth have a game today. ' Company H. Olivia. Visitors: M. J. Dowling, ffira. Dr. Clay, John Donohue, F. M. Posley, J. B. Broderick, Rev. Slocum, Miss Eileen O'Connor, Miss May Benson. ! Corporal Byrne entertained an oid-time i friend yesterday. II furnished the guard for the Fourteenth J yesterday. | Cook "Babe," who is sis feet two incher,, is not only a good cock, but is a good fel | low as well. He i 3 a general favorite. Company K. !.ih::a Prulrio. Col. Woodbury, Ccl. Watson, Col. Taylor and families and Col. J. J. McCardy called yesterday, but don't imagine that it was Kentucky day just because Eleven men nult X yesterday. Their places were filled in fifteen minutes by men v/ho had passed the examination, but were th? surplus of other companies. A!', well. Coinimny G, Dalntlt. Miss Maud Wlgdahl is visiting her brother, Lieut. Wigdahl. Corporal John Scott directed the police de partment yesterday. Several of the boys are first-class musi cians, and they have ordered their instiu- monis sent them from home. They will give a murtcale tonight at barracks under &ur^VeV sewant chapmaa — Private Stocking returned from homa ya» terday and reported for duty. Company f, Fer Kaa Fall*. Private Ace Benedlx la In the hospital. Corporal Heard herded the police. Privates; Bennett and J. Rider are detailed for duty at hospital. v Ladles of Fergus sent down picnic dainties for the boys' dinner today. Every one had a happy Etnlle in consequence Company F does guard duty tonight. Company B, Anoka. B did 1 guard fluty last night. Capt. Barlett, officer of day; Lfeut. Cook, officer of guard; Lieut. Pratt, officer of guard; sergeant of guard, G<fddes; socond sergeant of guard, Faber. Corporate Mason. Colwell, Smith Dahl gren, Cumpbell, ordorly to brigdde headquar ters; orderlies to company headquarters, Pratt and Perkins. Company A, Dulutii. Mr. and Mrs. Lotcr, parents of Private* Leter, called on him yesterday. Recruits drilled under Lieut. Hagenson yes terday. It was tho most severo drill they have had since coming to Carni) Ramsey. They did finely. Special detail to quartermaster depart ment, Corporal Orochern, Privates Wcssberg Hall, Melby, Oberg, Barnard, Farmer Whit taker and Murphy, to issue, equipment from U. S. government to tho regiment. Barnes, Hall and the "Senator" represent ed the company at the Maine benefit ball. The recruits are being drilled In the man ual of arms these days. They are improv ing fast. Company 1), Zumbrotn. VisltoFg: Frank Lochem, Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Armstrong, Miss Ingra Johnson, Mr. Hickok, Miss Coffin and Miss Jessie Mead. Sergeant Boonham had charge of the regi ment nollee. The Mankato boys arc the recipients of many baskets of dainties from folks at home Oscar Jacke visited St. Paul and Minnearois yesterday. Mark Cofflu visited Minneapolis yesterday. DRILL, BOYS, DRILL. Drill, boys, drill! We'll soon be marching on. i On 2! Two! Three! Four! One! Two! Three! Four! Ob to rake the Spanish boys! On to make them vanish boys' Drill, boys, drill! Drill, boys, drill! We'll soon be marching on. Fours right! Right front into line! Right forward fours right! March! Oblique! Forward, march! On right into line! Halt! On to, make Spain sorrow, boys! On.: to take old Morro, boys! IJrIU, boys, drill! DrilJ. boys, drill! We'll soon be marching on! Load! Ready! Aim! Fire! Lojd! Ready! Aim! Fire! Fill jrour belts with cartridges To^shpot Spanish partridges! Drill, boys, drill! —Evan M. Jones. TWELFTH ORDERED SOI. TH. Col. irubl. t,-i -- H Regiment to Go to Chickaniuaugra. Special to The St. Paul Globe. WASHINGTON, May 7.— The war department tonight notified Gov. Clough to send the first regiment must ered in to Chickamiauga Park at once. It is hoped to have the troops load ed on the train by Monday or Tuesday and in camp at the n-atlonal park a few days later. j This means that Col. Bobleter's regi ment, the Twelfth Minnesota, will move into action in the South at once and will not go to the Philippines. OVER ICE TO SOUTH POLE ..; j — START IN JULY FROM LONDON _ The Lender of the Coming- Expedi tion Tells What He Intends to Do, and What He Hopes to Be the Result (iivalist Geographical | Work of the Century This Ex- j lieditlc.il Will Attempt io Solve j Problems Which the Worlti Hns I Recognized for Years to Be of the I ;iu<in( Importance. Correspondence The St. Paul Globe. LONDON, April 28.— With the assist ance of that ever-ready friend to Arctic explorers— Sir George Newn.cs— an ex pedition will shortly leave Britain's shores, bound southward, and bent .in making discoveries in the iee-fetter^d regions of the Southern pole. Th?re is plenty to be learned concerning the frozein south. To be convinced of this, look at a chart of the South pole, and see how little of its territory has been explored. Of North Polar expeditions there have been many; of South Polar, few. But the.re await the explorer or the South discoveries fully as import ant to the world as at the North pole. So at least thinks C. E. Borc.h<*revink, F. R. G. S., P. R. M. S., who will leal this expedition in search of the secrets of the frozen South. Here is Mr. Borchgrevink's own etory, as he related it to me: "Since I was a boy I have longed for Arctic explorations. Early in life I became inured to the hardships that are a necessary accompaniment rf sucn travel, by my wanderings in the for ests of Norway. But circumstances lod me to emigrate south to Australia, and there my thoughts turned from the North to the South polar regions. To organize an expedition to Antarctica was impossible; my only means for ex ploration was to take a place before the mast in a whaling ship. This I did, working as an ordinary seaman; but my object was purely scientific. At I2inera!d Iklc. "All went well till we reached Emer ald Isle in latitude 58 degrees. There the propeller of the little steamer broke down, and we had to put back to Port Chalmers in New Zealand. Once more the vessel started for the shoals of whales. "The whaler took the same course as Sir James Clarke Ross in his famous expedition of 1841; but I was the first to step on the shore of Victoria ,X»and. It was cr.e of the proudest moments in my life. A feeling of fascination and awe crept over us on landing on that imkna\£iv ._ shore. It was a strange thought" t^at we were the first human beings-otG^pet foot on the mysterious mainland ; shat lies around the South Polo. «•! «4C 'Th*? scenery was suggestive of my naiive Norway. Immense precipitous cliffs Wtfh fjords. Where I landed, tho rocks were in parts covered with lichen, and they were free of snow and ice on-thf Aoast line, but their summit, oflen ISjOOOfeet high, was covered with glacief'ancf snow, immense peaks shin ing and glittering in the sun by noon and nsa«ifght. "Myj'jidea* is." continued Mr. Borch grevink-., "that a comparatively warm eurreffibXi to be found to the southwest of Victoria Land. I cannot otherwise arc!)ufrt for the comparative freedom of the^water from ie_\ the lichen on the J'pck=, and the seaweed on the btarh. "We were aJ*os;ether five mon'h^ on that voyage, starting in September, I*o4, and cornirg home in March the following year." On Capo Allure. Mr. Porchrr:vlnk believes hat he will be able to camp en Cape Adare, the spot where he larded, about 2,500 miles from New Zealand. According to his present ideas on the subject h- will make his headquarters at this camp, and fro;» that center will endeavor to strike inland across the glaciers of the continent. The main object will be ADAM DECKER'S HARDWARE STORE, 347 JACKSON STREET, ■»_..■._"■ n M , st. paul. Retail Department. ff M% " "*' '.'''y^^r'^c^'., $ GUARANTEE, m£» ■ ' ■ w OUR SPECIALTIES.—^-» to localize the exact position of the magnetic pole, and this discovery will, he declares, have most important scien tific results, especially as magnetic ob servations within the Antarctic circle form a missing link in our knowledge about terrestrial magnetism. His ex pedition will be one for observation and exploration, and, besides the scientific results, he is convinced that the com mercial possibilities of the coast are worthy of investigation. The new South pole expedition will start from London in July, 1898. Mr. Borchgrevink has bought an ice-vessel, fitted with auxiliary screw. The ex pedition vessel, the Southern Cross, which is designed by the Scotchman, Mr. Colin Archer, who built the Fram, is 480 tons; she is being fitted with a triple expansion engine, to drive her forward with nine knots. She is bark rigged. Her length is 146.5 feet, 30.7 feet broad, 17.6 feet depth. Her bows are nine feet through of solid oak; her sides are thirty-six inches of solid wood. Tho whole of the vessel is covered with a thick ioe-hide of greenheart. Besides the Fram there is not a stronger wood en vessel afloat. The vesael has a "well." that is to say, she has an open ing through which the propellers can be hoisted on deck and again coupled to the propeller-shaft without docking:. This is, of course, of the utmost im portance for ice navigation. The crew will consist of twenty-four men, all cf them experienced in ice navigation. With him will also go a staff of five scientific experts, to make speoial ob servations and reports. On a Special Mission. Mr. Borchgrevink and his scientific triends will be landed at Cape Adare, where they will pitch their camp in December, 1898, to stay through sum mer and winter, while the vessel and its crew will go on a special mission, returning to fetch them away the suc ceeding spring. Their provisions will me of much the same kind as Nansen took, and they look to the seal, pen guin and fish to afford a valuable auxiliary to tinned meats. Their huts will be of the Esquimaux type, and their sledges of the Norwegian pattern. Seventy Siberian dogs will drag the sledges on (heir exp:diti;ns. "The colu," said Mr. Borch.grevink, "Is compara tively worse than that at the North pole regions. But I am quite inured to coid myself, I mind it no more them heat." And, indeed, Mr. Borchgrevinl looks hard enough. His features are of the Norse type — blue eyes, light hair and a strong mouth, and he has the same characteristic determination to overcome all obstacles which was so remarkable in Nansen. His expedition will be watched with great interest from Australia, for the exploration of the groat continent that lies to the South may prove of national import ance to the Australians, scientifically and commercially. The premiers have The Largest, Lowest Price House in America for WATCHES, DIAMONDS, JEWELRY, § Cut-Glass, Cocks, Silverware, Etc. Every Article in our Enormous Stock at Reduced Prices. yfs^S^^ A Palonrlor \Motr»h A 14c Gold Boss Fiii cd Wait h am 7% bulCllUdl Vldlull, Wa'ch. warranted for 25 "^ ll AtZBKh H The wonder of the nineteenth cen- E2?£» wear< Kccular P rice CI 0 Kf| tury. Stem wind ,-inJ stem set. ?~ ! >00 «J)I£.JU - A perfect Calendar Watch. It Boss Filled American Watch. tfO 7C Ml works automatically, jjivins the ti,» ie <?ular price is $13.50 j)O. / D _^rf^B^_ time of the day to the sc-eairl, day oi the week, dato of the month, Gold filled American Watch. ]^ men ih ol the year and all changes The regular low price on tf (J *) T fc^ ol the moon". It is relf-actinjr, tllr£e watches is $10.0;) <J>O.£vJ r^ / fT\wV^ al<ing ' :ll ' chnnKCS f n( , n V ( l nl^V- A 3-°«nce Coin Silver Amer £&MnXi* &kri&Wk Pc jnovcrnent is of nickel, highly ican Watch R ,„ lowtfCTC^ W/f©^W^^2^W jeweled has luminous ..lecorated ice $10 00 * 3>D. / 0 X/ I'tftL^WV ¥H ffl S " ! (lial ' cilnt l loflll °" ll:lwl<i :llltl EelkhCH VW*» U®« y_.\\JHg is a f.nc piece of worliinanship, em- Open Face Nickel Lever filjO^fr T <i¥frz<&~ ~$'^T&VL ot^ v ' n g a '^ Ilic recent improve- Watc'.i, jewcle 1 movement, (t"C m Hr\u* <^^^e Jt^*% : ~ S3^ % r men's in the art of watchmaking, stem wind an I setter 4)3. DU \j2rct J^!«K*t^"V> <r A// B£n9 flr) d is guarantel sn accurate time- n _. «,.,,„ W^-^O^IR keeper. The enses are oprn face, v -°' )e 1 n^ ace Nickel Case with 7U *IK fu " " ze ' block oxidized ,tcel. with Nickel Stem-w irl Movement, CQ 0 C tj l^k R old-fiied i endant, bow ,id a S ood . serv.ceab c watch £"J.ZU crowr, makin-r a Aft "7 F ' ~~ — " very handsome timt- \ M f"l /ti^^t iflF^S Gold-filled Waist («< piece. Special ]rice, |%j BfeWff Sets, complete, like il- histration. or yorv v& Jewc'edE..amelel Gir- guaranteed by ,n.«^ « S^^x fir*£tJ% kS^titfS SB dies, hcavv Gol*J Plate *-^OL^ crsfor2u years* wear, fc^ Rpclue^dto „ „ 4>Z.OU UUBIIIO. Our Speciaify-we^^ ay?^*! $3 to $10 — - WATCH REPAIRiNG-Reduced Prices. EYES examined free. •"irst anility Main Spring Remember they are prlcalc?R. Tal:c care of them, as ro ore lajf .First quality Crtcii Spring j± ■ .«. will f»lse care of them for you. Tf you ueo 1 Sr«ctaolcs or Bn Clcmlng ('.tie best world m* I il fil O|M«W oonault oar ©pMOMUI. We nia':e no chnrn-> for th- XX- fe* First «ua!l(v Li:tlnc SDriiiir XI 1 1 IB AMIXATION ut eyps aud vlsio i. Ou- iibllitr to sufelv .in.! c >r- Z*l First quality Jev:el3 . ... .1:....'.'..'"."". " WIl U U EffSJaSK^S-SiS 18 * 1 bey«nd quesilou. W Gt'ABANTEK Fir-st, qu my Ualar.ce Staff*. 81.50: Hands, lOc; Crystals, 10c. SATISFACTION. f j AM otlWf rep^irj at tho same proportionate reduction. ' I t. : l Cnapllcitel s;)llt, soconXs, rhroaographs aai repeating OUR LEADER Solid Gold Frames. Sme (? f% "jp tJ \vatu:ie< given 9p}oli\l atteitloa. t;:c'.e» or Eyo G.assei, tuo Fino it Ground Crystal IS/ I*\ Cloclcs so it for a ij cl3llvar9i to any part of tha city. Lonse* V^fc. f W — _ sena for Catalogue. Mk $Ls &* U W&M jffi& z&li WHOLESALE A?JD RETAIL ' Mill Or.lers Tiave Prompt and ££ S^ 1 S^i | S S*i«a JaWSLHY HpiiSS. kA Caerul AtteßttOK *=» ■ Ha S W aSfi tl J Cor. Seventh »nd r...1_._ M» r long been Interested in Mr. Borch grevink's plans, and no doubt the Aus tralians will appreciate Sir George Newnes' spirit of enterprise. By giving Mr. Borchgrevink the means of carrying out his scheme Sir George Newnes has realized an idea the importance of which all the world has recognized for more than fifty three years. In fact, the resolution was unani mously carried at the international congress in 1895, after Mr. Borchgre vink's speech in the imperial institute, that the further" exploration of the South Victoria continent is the greatest geographical work yet to be undertak en in our century. Mr. Borchgrevink, who is thirty three years of age, is half a Briton, his mother being an English lady; and he is also married to an English lady. He went to see when he was fourteen years of age. Later on he studied in Norway and in Saxony. In 1888 he emigrated to Australia, where he roughed it as a surveyor for several years. Later he was appointed teacher in natural science, at Coverwull college-, Sydney university. He is an accomplished ski-runner (snowshoe runner), a quality which is essential for a successful Journey into South Victoria land. LEAGUERS OF ST. PAUL. Ninth Annual Convention for (he District Held at Red Wing. Special to The St. Paul Globe. RED WING, Minn., May 7.— Th;; ninth annual convention of the St. Paul District Epworth leaguers opared at the First Methodist Episcopal church last evening. Over 200 visiting delegates were present. Rev. C. B. Mitchel, of Minneapolis, delivered an address last night on "The Loyal Leaguers." The convention opened this morning at 6 o'clock with worship, led by T. A. Olson, St. Paul. Devotional services were conducted by Rev. J. *F. S'out, D. D., Red Wing. This was followed by a paper on "Music of the Lsague," by B. A. Shuman. of Hamline. From 920 to 10:20 o'clock, there were two-min ute reports from the chapters on "Triumphs of a Year." Miss Car'ie Krieger pre rented a paper on ' The L.ague as a Spiritual and Evangelical Force in Church." Discussion on th? paper followed, which was opened by Dr. E. G. Robinson, cf St. Paul. ' The Relation of Young People to Missions" was the title of a paper read by Loris? Holman Richardson, Ph. D., Northfield. Discussion followed led by Miss Olive Calkins, of St. Paul. Rev. W. E. Grose, of Chicago, made a talk on "The League and the Book Concerns." This afternoon the programme was: Open ing exercises, Rev. S. A. Cook, St. Paul: paper. "Applied Christianity," Howard Bruebaker, Northfield. Discussion open ed by C. D. Sacket, St. Paul. Papers on "Our Educational Opportunities." "What to Read and How to Miss Mary Z. Dallas, St. Paul- "Hajn c". c U ? /r l , versit >'-" T - A - ois »". Hamline Solo, Miss Mamie Norton, Farii>auli "Resolved that the social d.-partment of the Kpworth League shall be con ducted with the view of developing Christian sociality without embarrass ing; it with financial consideration " Mrs. Rev. B. Longrley, St. Paul; di.sous- n u, ed by C> L - De mpster, Lake City This evening there were -vangeli.-rt services by Revs. Croasley and il of Toronto, Canada, SHERIFF MAKES A U\lf>. Telephone Liuoi of Oljum Fall* and Eaa Claire Levleil 1|,«,.,. Special to The St. Paul Globe. EAU CLAIRE, W!s., May 7 -S. J Ha fie d and J. D. Hills, of Menomlnee, Uday levied on the Chippewa Vall?y T< «n m^ ny lD thlß Clty and Cn 'PPewa Kails. for *20,C00. The lines are known as the J E Keelyn system. Sheriff Henry took posesslon of the o m panys plant in this city and lator turn.d It over to Emmet Horan, as custodi-n Tha Falls plant is under th^ , -r „'■ Sheriff Putnam, of that pla<-o. Mr HeafK-ld is secretary of the company. J. ]> Hllli represents Lou a Tainter. of Menomln ••«. who is the president. It is stated that the matter can be straightened out In a lew days. TO HELP DEWEY. Expedition Will Sail Knsni Son Francinco In About a Week. SAN FRANCISCO, May 7— lt is be lieved here that the expedition to r« lieve Commodore Dewey will 1.-aye this city Saturday, a week from today. The department has been ordered to prepare both the Australia and th« City of Peking to receiv troops, and as the two ships can only carry be tween them about 2,500 men, other vem sels will be chartered. The cruiser Charleston has a crew of 287 men and could accommodate the marines and regulars that the Borent ment intends sending 1 to the front. _ Dispatches were sent to t'ir CtiTfaa" ton at Mare Island this morning to ru«h her stores and provisions on board and have her ready to proceed t>> Manila with the first steamer that fan lv started. It will only be a matter of a few days before thf> army which has b.-ni mob ilised in this city will be in full f ■■■ <j I at the Prtsidio, gpoing through i:s d:il h and awaiting the further erdcra of .h. war department. Two batteries of heavy artill. and B, which were recruittd in th a city. Battery C, from Sacramento, aad Battery D. from Los Ange'.t-s. mustered into the service today. All the regulars at this p rt as w 11 as the Califcrnia volunteers are lfaiy to start for the front a» iooii a> or» ders are received.