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IN THE ENDLESS CHAIN. Additional Contribution* to the Fuud for t li «» __*.*_■ Library. The returns In the endless chain for the purpose of raising funds for the : library wen. received yesterday: Mrs. r, .Mrs. \\ 'hart .n-Willis. r. Jane I. Wood. Mrs. ii. tt Brill, Miss Brill. Mrs irs. John J. Porter. Mrs. Bradi n. .Mrs. Mrs. J. H. Woltcrstoff. Mrs. Spates, Henry Southerton. Mrs. Whitney, Claire H. Bean. Mrs. ... W. Sl 1r... Jason W. Walt. Mrs. Baker, Mrs. R. S. White. C. Q Hartin, E. Randall. Mr Mathews, Mrs. J. B. BeaL Mrs. Old Mrs. C. K. Sharood. i. Todd, Eleanor S. Dunn. Miss Ida l. Dilley. 3. Henry Hale. Mr- Mott, Mrs. Alida Bißelow. Mrs. Edwin Mott, Mrs. Eliza Mott. Mrs. Damler, Mrs. Max Frankcl. Mrs. Wiilard, Mrs. L. M. Benepe. Miss Rood, El zabcth Virtue. Miss Florence Rood. Letlla E. Thayer. Miss Wilson, Helen Buckman. Miss Elsie Whitman, Olive L. Freeman. Mrs. Knuppe, Julie I . Abbot. T. G. Wa 1 ;!:, r. Carrie S. Pond. Mrs. Evans, Susanna I. Becker. A -' R :.. v che 11. Forbes. G. C. Lynch. Mrs. Higgins, Mrs. J. M. Dickey. Innie Miller. Mrs. Hensel, Mrs. Lute A. Hughes. Mrs. F. ... Louise L. Campbell. Mrs. T. Mrs. W. M. Higgins. Mrs. r, Mrs. Dxlght Watson. Miss Emily Stickn y. CTA. Stickney. No name, Mrs. A. Naumann. W. \V. Bishop, Mrs. M. E. Briggs, Mrs. George Allen, Miss N. L. Williams. Miss L. M. Miller. Miss Florence E. Forbes. Miss J Battelle, Miss H. A. Gooeh. Mrs. C. \V. llorni.'k. Lena G. Flower. Miss Danagh Mrs. E. J. Darvagh, Mrs. W. C. Read, Mrs. a. MacLaren. No name. Mrs. Robert Rantoul. Mrs. Richardson, Mrs. A. B. Aneker. Mrs P v rs. Mrs. R. A. Smith. No name, Mrs. w. W. Holcomb. Miss Nellie Grant, Mrs J, L. Watson. Mrs. Frank G. Winter. Mrs. Casper Ernst. Mr.-. I' .. Mrs. Ray Thurston." Mrs. Cowable, M. E. Burrows. Mrs. Rossa.n, Caroline C, Bancroft. Mrs. Rossum, Annie li. Holman. Mrs. Bowen. Mrs. Elizabeth M. Durham. - E. I!. Hlgbee, Miss Belle O'Rourke. L. Moore, Mrs. E. M. Linpher. Mrs. Co.;, rt. c. IL Gardner. Miss Tength, Mrs. Day Wilder Appleby. No name, Airs. C. H. Sehllek. No nam ■, Mrs. I). L. Wilson. .Mrs. ' tmpbell, Mrs. Claire H. Bean. P. Llghtner, W. S. Flynt. F. A. May, E. Randall. No name, Evelyn Hine. Miss Lyon, E. S. Greer. Mrs. P. D. Kti-bn. Mrs. G. F. Kuhl. Miss Smith. Lizzie Lyman. T. Stierle. Martha Sander. Miss Mary .auser, Miss May Slattery Mrs. W IL Fagley, Mrs. E. M. L.npher. Miss Gertrude Kops, Mi. . Minnie l.acnder Miss Thea Kuhl, Freida Bremer. Mrs. J. Mcllrath, new series. SEVENTH AUD CEDAR STS. Tel. 732. Meat Market, TB2. 12' Conts ten-pound baskets of fine Concord 4 Gens Minnesota Hubbard Squashes $1.00 For 19-pound Backs of guaranteed Flour our Family brand. 16 Cen.s 6-.b *&.•.. ""' a < ' holC "° lut of Dairy Eutter 10 Cents A peck for best Minnesota Onions. _>5 Cents For half-bushel boxes of fancy California Yellow l Peaches. *<"orma 0 Gents el boxes of fancy Lemon Cling i nia i ■ ■•■ s 10 Gents Per i.our j f or the finest Limburgcr Cheese 19 Cents For a beautiful invoice of Creamery Butter 7 Gsnts Per p« ck for fancy Transcendent Crabrppics 1 Cent Each for fancy, large, fresh Egg Plants. : _ Cents A bushel for the best selected Hybrid-Oean Nutmeg or Japan Muskmelons. g 20 IPoUfir.s Good Sweet Potatoes for 25 cents 2 Cents A pound for fresh rolled Whito Oats $2.00 For a box Of 100 bars Favorite Brand Laun dry Soap; warranted to suit. faun s's Cents A peck for fancy Duchess Apples. Good Cream Cheese ia„ , fc Fancy New York State ..'."..'.'.'.".'.' lll lu^Jc lb tO Cents A pound for fine Brick Cheese, by the brick. 29 (Lents Per pound for Chocolate— W. H. Baker's 13 Cents Per pound for Singapore Pepper. Ginger or Allspice, each the purest that can be ground 8 Cents Per gallon for Vinegar -White Wine, 4_-grain strength In your own jug. Good Rib Roast of Bc>f, per lb 9c Sirloin Steaks, j _r lb '. j^ ; Boneless Koi4.it] Roasts, per lb'.. 10c Kib Roasts, Rolled, no bone, per lb VV Legs of Mutton, per ib " 'JnJ. Legs of Lamb, i )er lb .' V J Q Fresh Pork Shoulders, per lb "..'•. Boston Butts, per lb ... t.. ~> i Pork Sausage, per lb .. ..- '.'..'.!!! *8c J. M<l hath. A. L. Mace. Mrs. Warner. Mr... Moss. No naiii^ Mrs. Clara l^tes. No nainW, .May o. Wallace. Mrs. \\\ J. Howard, Mrs. Lvman Moors. Mrs. Lyman Moure, Mrs. J. B. Bairi. Xo Blip, Miss May Hanchett. 11. J. Longley. T. Brown. Mrs. John A. Humbird, Mrs. D. B. Finch. Mrs. W. H. Farnham. Mrs. Flora T. Wright. Mra. Stiles W. Burr, Mrs. W. H. Farnham. Stiles W. Burr, C. G. Humbird. W\ 11. Farnham, C. G. Humblrd. C. W. Farnham, C. G. Humbird. s John W. Lane. C. W. Farnham. Reine Humbird, C. W. Farnham. P. L. Kellogg, C. W. Farnham. W. H. Swinton, C. W. Farnham. Mrs. P. S. Kellogg, Anne M. Burr. N. L. Chapin, Charles W. Farnham. Miss Kate Humblrd, Anne M. Burr. Chas. W. Farnham, Miss Kate Humbird. No name, Mrs. Kate Chittenden. Mrs. Stein. Mrs. Max Frankel. Mrs. A. Yourg Jr., Mrs. H<_ry DefleL. M 133 Bollinger. Mrs. E. M. Waller. Mrs. Reeves, Helen G. Todd. Mrs. S. Barrett. Mrs. R. A. Smith. Mrs. Wm. R. Strong. Lily A. Long. Mrs. Humbird, Mrs. D. R. Finch. Mrs. A. Henderson, Mrs. S. O. Brooks. Mrs. Stoekenstrom, Mrs. W. D. George. Mrs. R. P. Ober, Mrs. G. yon Baden3todt. Miss otto. Mrs. Elizabeth If. Waller. No name, Circle H, Mrs. G. H. Ranney. Mrs. Walsh. Mrs. B. D. Fuller. Mrs. Shirk, R. If. Brlnckerhoff. Mrs. Mao Lean. Mrs. Lute A. Hughes. Mrs. W. D. George, Mrs. L. W. French. Mrs. I . H. Jerrard. Mrs. A. MacLaren. Mrs. Staples, S. W. Smith. Mrs. Wm. l!urrows, Jennie S. Johnston. No name, Mrs. Geo. G. Benz. Miss Pleehner, Miss Laura Morganstern. Mr 3. Gerry. Mrs. W. B. Webster. TWO HOUSES BURNED. Bad Flre on St. A lit una Street Yen. lenlny Noon. The residence and barn of August Bathke, a dairyman at South and St. Albans streets, and the one -story cottage and small barn of Vv'illim Syren, a teamster, on the lot adjoin ing, were totally destroyed by flre at noon yesterday. The flre started from some unknown cause In Bathke's barn, and the structure was de stroyed, together with three horses, a bull, a cow and a calf. From Bathke's barn the firo spread to Syreng's barn and the houses. The fire department went to the scene, but were practically unable to be of any assist ance owing to the lack of water. H;ithke estimates his loss at $3,300, the buildings being valued at $2,000 and the stock and contents at $1,500, his loss being partially covered by Insurance. Syreng places his loss at $1,500, of which $:_ was in cash, which he had hidden in the cellar. He was not in sured. ILL-TEMPERED MASCOT. Former Pet of the Fifteenth Bit a .I ii nenpollx Girl. Emma Franzen, a 6-year-old girt living in Minneapolis, was bitten through the shoulder yesterday noon by a large dog, In front of the main building at the fair. She was re movid to the secretary's office and it was found that the teeth had been buried quite deep in her flesh. She was taken to her home In Minneapolis. The dog was shot by the chief of the fair police. The canine was formerly the mascot of the Fifteenth regiment, but remained on the grounds after the troops had left. It is not thought that he dog was mad. alhougli the i>oli< _ are at a loss to account for its conduct. ASSAULTED HIS UNCLE. Charge Against a Nephew of Aid. Terrenee Kenny, Charles Kenny, 20 years of age, was before Judge Orr yesterday, charged with assault ing his uncle. Aid. Kenny, who represents the Third ward In the council. The defendant is a son of John Kenny, who is a partner in the business carried on under the name of Kenny Bros. The alleged assault oeeurrpd several days ago and the hearing was postponed to Wed nesday. TO (IRE A COLD IR ORES DAY, Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All Hruggista refund money if it fails to cure. 250 Ihe genuine has L. B. Q. on each tablet. To Como for a Short Change. -J, W. Nelson was sentenced to the work house yesterday for ninety davsoneach of two charges of swindling by Judge Orr. Wilson who la a "short change" artist, secured from Exr^a Wack, a clerk in a eonl'ectionery'store _.'.., and from Marie Turner, a clerk in an other store, $l, with the trick. He pleaded guilty to the charge, and for the next six months will do all his changing on a broom machine at the workhouse. Wat eh for ..timber Six. <_oo_l ( ro|»K— Ciood Time for a Trip. Friends at your old home in the East will be glad to see you. You can visit them very conveniently over the Pennsylvania Short Lines from Chicago, the route which gees through Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Mary land and New Jersey, and has solid trains to principal points in the East For details address H. R. Dering. A. G. P. Agt., 248 South Clark street, Chicago. Watch for Numlier Six. DoYou~ Like Boils? If you do not, you should take Hood's Sarsaparilla and it will purify your Mood, cure your boils and keep your system free from the poisons which cause them. The great blood purifying power of Hood's Sarsaparilla is con stantly being demonstrated by its many marvelous cures. Blood's Sarsaparilla Is America's Greatest Medicine. $1 : six for $5. He o J'» ? ills cure Sick Headache. 25c. THE ST. PAUL GLOBE CITY FOLK TURNED IN THI.Y HB-UHBD TO MA KB '. fARM BBS* " DAY A GBBJifff Slit ___«_. FRIDAY RECORDS IN DANGER It Looked ag Thounh It Would IVtip.e All the Filth f)a>_ of the 1 _i..t Itneiiifc Pi'OK'runinie _ n.s a Fine One Today the Mmm llat tle Will Be Held, an Well ns Ad ditional Raring 1-vents. When the September sun sets upon th.^ white city at Hamline this after noon, the Minnesota state fair of 1898 will be a thing uf the past. Display ing the resources and products of the North Star state to a marked degree of euccees, the fair will go on record as being the most successful one, both from a financial and educational stand point, held by the Minnesota agricul tural society in the history of the state. The poopie of Minnesota will doubt less receive greater returns from the fair of 1890 than heretofore, as its ex hibits and patrons have included, not alone those of Minnesota, but many from the middle Western states. The attractive display of the state's agri cultural achievements, those which have placed Minnesota among the first slates of the Union in the matter of soil production, can not be other than conducive to great benefit to all counties of the commonwealth. sTeslerday was "Farmers' day," and drew a large crowd, which was estimat ed last evening at about 15,000, by the fair officials. The programme went off much more smoothly than during the earl i»n- days of the fair and the races were easily the best during the week. The balloon ascension and parachute leap held the crowd until late in the aiternoon and there was nothing to mar the pleasure of "Farmers' day." At intervals during the afternoon on the green in front of the grand stand "day fireworks" were set off, proving quite popular with the grand stand habitues. Not more than half the peo ple attending the fair yesterday after noon witnessed the races from the grand stand. Today is the last day of the fair, and the double attraction in front of the grand stand during the afternoon will undoubtedly crowd the great structure to its fullest capacity. Two running races will be pulled off early in the afternoon and the sham battle will be given later. Col. Leonhauser has com pleted all arrangements for this event. The sentiment of the day and tlie pop ularity of the Fifteenth regiment will beyond question prove one of the strongest attractions of the fair. The fact that the Fifteenth is to leave St. Paul early next week will be an ad ditional incentive to the friends of the offic. rs and enlisted men to see them. Tlie crowd at the fair yesterday had a character of Its own, being distinc tively an urban one. Of the 15,000 sight seers on the grounds yesterday, at least two-thirds of them represented the cities' visitors. Although not as large as the pre ceding days, the crowd evidenced a keen interest in all departments of the fair, and those who attended enloyed themselves to the fullest extent, as the crowd was just sufficiently large to make it interesting. Early in the afternoon a gasoline stove in one of the refreshment tents exploded and called out the flre de partment. The fire was extinguished before much damage was done, and fortunately nobody was injured. The farm machinery departments and the stock departments were the sections of the big show around which interest centered during the day. Great volumes of smoke issued from the stack of the agricultural implement building, and the windmills kept up a merry hum all day. Improved thresh ing machines and some of the latest departures in farm machinery were among the displays of the well-known factories. Perhaps no year since 1892 have the manufacturers of agricultu ral implements experienced a livelier trade, and for this reason they have made an especially fine exhibit this year. In the stock departments the farmer and his wife viewed the prize stock. The sheep and pig pens were liberally patronized all day, and, as one of the results of the fair, farmers who have not yet attempted to diversify their work will be incited to do so by the fine specimens of stock and dairy products shown at the - fair There are an unusual number of dis plays in these departments from the more northern counties. In the past to a large extent, the older and more southern counties have furnished the bulk of these exhibits. The lunch counters did a good busi ness yesterday as the crowd was there for the day. Today's programme will wind up the state fair events, and, unless all signs fail, the attendance this afternoon will be exceptionally large for the last day. EXPERT ROAD MAKING. Spli _ted Contest Between Men Whose l-ii.--.n- .«. Is Road DreNitng. In the contest between expert road makers there were four entries. Daniel Falvey. of St. Louis Park, and Fred Chamberlain, of St. Paul, used the Ft. Wayne reversible road ma chine, manufactured by the Fleming Manu facturing company. Henry Deitch, Menango X. D., and D. H. Chamberlain, of Fargo .\' D., chose the Indiana reversible road machine manufactured by the Indiana Road Machine company. The judging was largely upon the expert ncss of the man. Prof. W. M. Hays, superin tendent of the good roads exhibit,' had charge of the contest, and expressed himself as pleased with tho work done at the close of the road making. Each contestant was re quired to make an explanation of his methods The contest was a very spirited one. Fred Chamberlain, of St. Paul, Xorthwestern agent for the Fleming Manufacturing company, and D. H. Chamberlain, of Fargo, Northwestern agent of the Indiana Road Machine company are brothers. Their speecties befoie the Judges were as witty as their work was good. While the judges we._i preparing their decision, Prof. Hays and D. H. Chamberlain entertained the waiting spectators with a discussion of making and repairing earth roads. The scores made by the judges were as follows: T. t x, , Pe r Cent. D. J. Falvey, first prize 9g.0 Henry L. Deitsch. second prize 97.5 David Chamberlain, third prise 9tj 5 Fred Chamberlain, fourth prize !.!!!!96!b —Charles A. Forlie, — W. S. Cho wen, — W. O. Smith. The following score card was used in the judging: Ability to plan the work and direct the driver, 10; economy of team labor. 10 --timo required. 12: manner of opening the ditches, 3; manner of laying the earth ln the grade, ..; the finished ditch, 18; the finished grade. 20- manipulation of the machine 7 general workmanship, 10; explanation to 'the judges of the machine and its use, limited to five minutes, 6; total, 100. MR. GRATTAN EXPLAINS. Bay« He Wan Merely Enforcing Trotting ANNoeintioin Rules. To The St. Paul Olobe: Rule 89 of the Amerioan .Trotting asso ciation reads as follows: "Horses called for a race shall have the exclusive right of the course." The horses were scoring in the |5,0_ pace when the turners marched on the track, dividing the field of great pacers into two squads. I bogged and entreated of them to give us the track, and failing, used every available means, as was my duty, to save the state fair from penalty for disregarding the rules. Xothing had been said to me about the use of tho track by tho turners and their appearance was a surprise completely I have no doubt the turners supposed they had a right on the track, and I am sorry to have offended them, and no discourtesy was SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 10, 1898 intr_dod, but I mutt do my duty under the rulee. I have served the Minnesota state fair as starter for ten years and have seen many men come nnd go. The men who stay the loosest do their duty, and ten years' service is my answer to ail criticism. — M. T. Grattan. BEST OF THB WEEK. Yetttcrdny'e Racing Pi.o_ramme Pine ln Spite of die Wind. The races at the state fair yesterday were much the best of the week. The events called out fast horses more equally matched and ln two of the races the fields were largo, and while but four horses started ln the third harness event, the 2:06 pace, the winner, Di rectly, proved bo speedy that the track and state pacing record in competition waa re duced to 2:O7Vi- Excellent time was also made in the other races, and though no rec ords were lowered each heat was a contest from the word to the wir£ The 2:17 trot was split up into five heats, while four heats were necessary to conprlude tho 2:22 pace. The track was In flrßt-cle hS condition, and the weather favorable b_i for the rather strong wind blowing up t_3 strrtch part of the afternoon. But for the \Hnd, the judges and horsemen on the grounds figured that Direct ly s fast mile might have been done In 2:04. The 2:05 pace was won by Directly ln straight heats. The first heat was a pro cession to the back turn. Into the stretch Direct. y was three lengths in the lead, while Tom Ogden, Parker S and Lady Nottingham were driving almost abreast, struggling for the place. Directly wou easily and after an exciting brush Tom Ogdon beat out Parker . who quit half a dozen lengtliß from the wire and allowed third" place to go to Lady Nottingham. Time, 2:07>4. Directly was never headed in tho second heat, winning easily by three lengths In 2:09%, but the o her horses were almost abreast into the stretch and furnished a pretty race, in which Tom Ogden won the place, Lady Nottingham second and Parker 8 third. Directly led all the way in the third heat, but waited for Parker S and Nottingham, who were abreast for sec ond place, a dozen lengths from the wire and drove in with them, just ending ahead to win by half a length and to add to the ex citement, when Lady Nottingham beat Tom Ogden out for second, with Parker S a bad third. Time, 2:09%. Summary: *, ___. _ aoe ' beat three heats !n Are- Purse ?],_<); four moneys — Directly, blk h (Gretna Farms) ....1 1 1 Tom Ogden, b g (C. C. Jerome).... 2 2 3 Lady Nottingham, b m (J. W. Crooch) 4 3 _ Parker S. gr g (W. H. Ki Vlts). .. '!_ .3 4 4 Time, 2:0714, 2:0934, 2:09%. A field of seven starters got away In the _17 trot and raced down the stretch together so speedily that Joe Wonder, who lead all around, left his feet, when Misa Sidney, in second place, also went into the air, both running under the wire, and giving flrst place to Good Morning, while second went to Os lund L. Time, 2:15)4. Joe Wonder captured the next heat ln 2:16 _ with Oslund L seo ond. Good .Morning third, Miss Sidney fourth, Sister Alice fifth and Antl sixth. The third heat went to Oslund L, with Joe Wonder second and Miss Sidney third. Time, 2:16.. Joe Wonder won out easily in the next two heats. Time for the fourth heat. 2:1. 14 and for the fifth 2:16%. Summary: _►.„__ l rot> best three h,ata in Aye, purse $1,000, four moneys — Joe Wonder, bg, James Nelson.. o 12 11 Oslund L, br h, G. W. Sherwood.. 2 2 12 5 Good Morning, b m, T. J. Dunbar.l 3 6 6 4 Miss Sidney, br m, C. W- Mc a , C . ann - •••••• • 5 4 3 4 2 Sister Alice, b m, M. E Mc- Hfnry ••• 3 5 4 8 3 Antl. gr m, P. O. Do. ovan 4 6 6 « 6 Strath mo re, br m. Charles Lei- Tlme 2:i5 _'. " 2:i6^.' ' !_•& 2:1 6*. 52:15%.S 2:15%. In the 2:22 pace Plnta lost the first heat by half a length, but vindicated herself by taking tho next three in succession. Bo cadlan got flrst place ln the first heat and second in the other three. The following summary gives the position of the other horses. Summary: »A : _ pace> best three hp *ts In gve, purse Sl.noO, four moneys — Plnta, br m, Gretna farms 3 1 l 1 Bocadian, b g, Laura J_ns*n 12 2 2 Waterloo Maid, blk m, J. W. Little.s 8 3 4 Paddy Ryan, bg, L. J. 80ynt0n.... 6 6 4 3 Boynton, b g, Albert Graves 7 4 5 _ Molly O, br m, C. A. Cook 4 7 7 7 Panora Maid, blk m, C. A. Smith ..9 8 6 5 Richwood, uh h, Wilson Bros 8 9 8 8 Blrchtwlg, blk b, Oakland stock £?"" 3 6 dis Time, 2:l_'4, 2:13%, 2:16%. 2:18. The guldeless pacers gave a pretty perform ance, going the mile smoothly and exciting the adrffiration of the spectators. The balloon ascension nnd parachute drop was success fully made by Miss Frances Cash, while the Chinese daylight fireworks proved an Inter esting novelty. * BATTLE NOT ALL. There Will Also lie Races and a Balloon Ascennion Today. Although this ls the last day of tha fair It will afford some of the best features of the week, whioh the management exp.ct to draw a large attendance. The sham battle which will be fought by the Fifteenth regiment will be the principal event. This will take place in front of the grand stand, where the "fight ing will commence at 2 o'clock. Ev°ry ar rangement for the battle is completed ard it will undoubtedly prove a thrilling spectacle. In order to entertain the fair visitors before tne battle the management will give a pre liminary programme of race track events. Dr Carver's guld_ess pacers will go a mile and thero will be two running races. Besides the races Misa Francis Cash will make a balloon ascension and parachute jump. PBEMITTM AWARDS. Additional Prize Winner* Among the State Fair Exhibitor*. The following additional awards were m d> yesterday: POULTRY. Bantams— Golden Seabright— W. M Bean Anoka, first and second; E. O " Rober _ & t°'xt F _" rt _ Atkln "a. w l s -. third. Chicks— J. N. Brabazon, Delavan, Wis. first- E G Roberts & Co., second. Silver Seabright-J. X. Brabazon, first Chieks-E. G. Roberts & Co., first Black Rose Comb— E. G. Roberts ACo first; Meadow Glen Poultry Yards, sewnd Chicks— E. G. Roberts *. Co., fl- S f J N 1 . a bazon, second; E. G. Roberts & Co thiid Booted white— E. G. Roberts & Co" firs^ ' Buff Cochin— W. M. Bean, Anoka flr3t sec ond and third. Chicks— W. M Bean ' first and third: E. G. Roberts & Co., second White Cochin— E. G. Roberts &Co ' first Lynch & Melli, second and third. Chicks — E. G. Roberts & Co., fir..; Lynch A Meil' second and third. ' Black Cochin— E. G. R.berfs ACo flr~f J. N. Brabazon, second. Chleks-^J. n Bra bazon, flrst; Meadow Glen Poultry Yards s c ond. Black-tailed Japanese — Lynch & Melli fl st- E. G. Roberts & Co.. second. White Japanese— E. G. Roberts & Co., first White Poll h white-brrastd— Lynrh * Melli, flrst. Miscellaneous— Black Sumatra — E. G Rob erts & Co., flrst. Chicks— E. G. Roberta & Co., flrst. Frizzles, any color— N. S. Beardsley, St. Paul, flrst and second; E. G. Roberts A Co. third. Turkeys— Bronze— J. N. Brabazon, first: E G. Roberts & Co., secend; Meadow Gl _i Poultry Yards, third. Chicks— J. X. Braba zon, flrst. Narraganfett— J. N. Brabazon, flist; E. G. Rob' rts & Co., second. Chicks — E. G Ifob erta & Co., first. Slate— Meadow Glen Poultry Yards fls White— William Ives, St. Paul, first; L nch A Melli, second; J. N. Brabazon, third Chicks— E. G. Roberts & Co., fir^t; J. N Bra bazon, second; William Ives, third. Black— E. O. Roberts & Co., flr*t; J. N. Brabazon, se-ond; Meadow Glen Pou 'try Yards, second. Ducks— Whito Pekin— Andrew Hop^, Kam mond. Wis., first and second: J. N Brab.z n third. Chicks— William Schultz, St Paul' flrst; Andrew Hammond, second- Wlllia_ SchultE, third. Aylesbury white— E. G. Roberts & Co., first- J. X. Brabazon, second. ChlekB — J. N. Bra bazon, flrst; E. G. Roberts & Co., second Colored Rouen — J. N." Brabazon, 'first; E. G. Roberts & Co., second; Meadow Glen Pou't-y Yards, third. Chicks— J. X. Brabazon, firs'; E. G. Roberts & Co., second; Meadow Gen Poultry Yards, third. Black Cayuga— E. G., Roberts & Co., flrst; J. N. Brabazon, second; M.adow Glen Poul try Yards, third. Chicks- E. G. Roberts A Co., flrst; J. N. Brabazon. second. Colored Muscovy — J. X. Brabazon, first; E. G. Roberts & Co., .aeeend; Meadow Glen Poultry Yards, third. Chicks— J. N. Braba zon, flrst; Meadow Glen Poultry Yards, sec ond. White Muscovy — J. N. Brabazon, flret; E. G. Roberts & Co., second. Call, gray— J. N. Borabazpn, first; E. G. Roberts & Co., second; Meadow Glen Poultry Yards, third. Chicks-*:. G. Roberts & Co flrst; J. N. Brabaaon, Second, Wblte Call— J. X. Brabaron, first; E. Q. Roberts & Co., second: Meadow Glen Poul try Yards, third. Chides- Meadow Glen Poul try Yards, flrst. Black. East India— E. G. Roberts A Co., flrst; J. N. Brabazon, second; Meadow G 9,1 Poultry Yards, third. White cr.sted— J. N. Brabazon first; Mead ow Glen Poultry Yards, B«002_ Chloks— j X. Brabazon, flrst Geese— Gray Toulouse— E. G. Roberts &Co flrst; .1. X. Brabazon. s .ond; S. Guden' Osakls, Minn., third. Chicks— S. Gu'don, first and second; Meadow Glea Poultry Yards third. White Em. den— 'j. X. Brcbaz.n, firs.; Meadow Glen Poultry Yards, K«On_L Ohlcki —J. N. Brabazon, flrst; Meadow Glen Poultry Yards, second. African Gray— E. Q. Roberts A Co., flrst. Chicks— E. Q. Roberts & Co.. flrst. CLinese brown— E. O. Roberta & Co., first.; J. K. Brabazon, second; Meadow Glen Poul try yards, third. Ohinose white— B. O. Roberts & Co., flrst: J. R. Brabazon, second; Meadow Glen Poul try yards, third; chicks, E. G. Roberta, flrst; Meadow Gleu Poultry yards, second. Guinea Fowls- Wild gray— E. G. Roberts & Co., flrst; Meadow Glen Poultry yards, second; S. Gul deu. third; chicks, 8. Gulden, flrst and sec ond. White guineas— E. G. Roberts & Co., first; J. R. Brabazon, second; Meadow Glen Poul try yards, thiid. Pearl guineas— J. R. Brabazon, flrst; Mead ow Glen Poultry yurds, second and third. Pea fowls— J. R. Brabazon, flrst; Meadow Glen Poultry yards, second; E. G. Roberts & Co.. third. Rabbits -Meadow Glen Poultry yards, flrst. Guinea pigs— Meadow Glen Poultry yards, first, second aud third. Best Breeding Pen for One Male and Four Females- Light Brahma — Rltt & HogU. first Buff Cochin— W. M. Beau, Anoka, Mlnn., first and second. Partridge Cochin— John I. Peterson, St. Paul, flrst. Barred Plymouth Rocks— N. S. Beardslcy. St. Paul, first. White Plymouth Rock3— Eugene Barrett, first. Silver-Laced Wyandottes— H. J. C. Goette, first and second; R. A. Pike, Minneapolis third. Golden-Laced Wyandottes— William Schultz, first; W. H. Piddle, Lake City, second. Whito Wyandottes— Lynch & Melli, flrst; William Schultz, second. Single comb brown Leghorn— George F. Newton, Detroit, Minn., flrst; M. Sandln, sec ond. Rose comb white Leghorn— Lynch A Melli, flrst. White Minorca— W. A. Daggett, Anoka, Minn., flrst and second. Mottled lioudau— Johu Kirby, St. Paul, first and second. Best Incubator ln operation — H. F. Youug, Minneapolis, flrst. Best brooder lv . operation — H. F. Young, first Largest display of pigeons, not less than six varieties -Staasen Bros., St. Paul, first; Meadow Glen Poultry yards, second; William Schultz. third. Game Fowls— Red games, black-breasted— J. R. Brabazon, first aud second; Meadow Gleu Poultry yards, third; chicks, Meadow Glen Poultry yards, first. Red games, brown— E. G. Roberta & Co., first; J. R. Brabazon, second; chicks, E. G. Roberts & Co., flrst; J. R. Brabazon, second and third. Golden duckwlng— E. G. Roberts A Co.. flrst. Red pyle— J. R. Brabazon, flrst; chicks, J. R. Brabazon, flrst. Game, black— J. R. Brabazon, flrst; Meadow Glen Poultry yards, second; chicks, J. R. Brabazon, first. Game, Indian— E. G. Roberts & Co., flrst; Meadow Glen Poultry yard 3, second and third; chicks, Meadow Glen Poultry yards, flrst and third; E. G. Roberta & Co., seoond. Game Bantams — Red game, black-breasted— Meadow Glen Poultry yards, first; E. G. Roberts A Co., second; J. R. Brabazon, third; chicks, J. R. Brabazon, first; W. H. Biddle, second; Meadow Glen Poultry yards, third. Red game, brown— J. R. Brabazon, first; chicks, E. G. Roberta & Co., flrst; J. R. Bra bazon, Becond. Golden duckwing— Meadow Glen Poultry yards, flrst; chicks, J. R. Brabazon, first. HARNESS HORSES. Judges, George Thompson, New York city, N. V.; George Short, Faribault, Mlnn. Horses must be shown ln four-wheel vehi cles. Appointments will be considered. In judging horses in the class, form, style, docil ity and matching in color, marking, size and action to be considered. Single, 15>i hands or over — C. D. Andrews, St. Paul, flrst and second. Single, under lv _ hands— Thomas Irvine, St Paul, flrst and third; C. D. Andrews, St. Paul, second. BUTTER. Dairy Butter- Made on a farm from a single herd of cows of any breed, or grade, in tubs of Jars of 20 pounds or under— Mrs. J. H. Mcßostld, Owatonna, Minn., flrst premium. Print Butter- Made on a farm from a single herd of cows of any breed or grade, not less than 10 pounds— Mrs. J. H. Mcßostld, first Ornamental Butter — Display of granular butter— John Milton, St. Paul, flrst; Minneapolis Milk company, Minneapolis, second. Display of ornamental butter— John Milton, flrst; Minneapolis Milk company, second. GRADE DAIRY CATTLE. Special Sweepstakes — Offered by the St. Paul Chamber or Commerce — Silver service, value $50, to be given to the best herd of dairy cows and dairy breed, herd to consist of four cows over two years old and owned and exhibited by a Minnesota cit izen—F. H. Peavy, Minneapolis, flrst. Herd Sweepstakes, Any Breed — Herd of cattle— (Beef breed) belonging to any one individual or from any breed— H F Brown, flrst; T. F. B. Sotbam, Chillicothe, Mo., second; W. A. McHenry, Denison. 10.. third. ONE WEEK LEFT For Minnesota Farmers to Prepare Butter Kxhibits for Omaha. James A. Harris, superintendent of the Omaha dairy exhibit, has just issued another call for exhibits from Minnesota creameries to be included in the September scoring at the big show at Omaha, which will take place Sept. 21. Exhibits must be sent to tho Min nesota Butter and Cheese company's cold storage before next Friday, on this month to be included in the September exhibit. Supt. Harris states that the unqualified success of the exhibit last month will be productive of a large exhibit this month. The temperature of September, ls, aa a rule, specially favorable for prize butter, as it is much easier to retain its sooring quali ties for a longer period in ths fall than during the summer. BASIS OF BANK TAXES. State Board of Equalization Re adopt., the IN<>7 Rule. The state board of equalization met yes terday at the capitol, reviewed the abstracts of assessment of real and personal property for 1897 and 1898, each member looking up the counties included In his district. The greater part of the time was consumed in making examination and comparison of the figures presented in the abstracts. Upon suggestion of J. G. Lawrence the same basis of assessment for banks as last year was adopted. The basis of taxation last year waa SO per cent of what remained after deducting the real estate from the sum of the capital stock, surplus and undivided profits. President Potter announced the following committee on banking: J. G. Lawrence, C. M. Sprague and L. Quackenbush. rain Is Sued. Pain, the fireworks man, is the defendant in a suit that was brought yesterday by Val J. Rothschild. The suit is a souvenir of the car nival of 1t.95. At that time Mr. Rothschild became very well acquainted with Pain's peo ple, and had something to do with an exhi bition that was given during the next summer In Duluth. Mr. Rothschild claims that he was to receive 10 per cent of the receipts of the Duluth show, and that Tain got $816 out of the show. Mr. Rothschild has been trying to get Pain to give up $81 for at least two years, and now he brings suit and garnishees the box office and Theodore L. Schurmeler. Omaha !.!..«.. Hound Trip. Trans-Mississippi excursion to Omaha, un der the auspices of Sons of Veterans, leaves Minneapolis & St. Louis depot Sunday, Sept. 11, at 7 p. m. Fare $11.00 round trip, good to return Sept. 23. For further information call at City Ticket Offlce, No. 39. Robert street, or at Passen ger Depot, Fourth and Broadway. New Trial Denied. The motion of the defendant for a new trial in the case of D. C. Hull vs. Charles E. Chapel, formerly the sheriff of Ramsey coun ty has been denied by Judge Brill. Mr. Hull sued to recover moneys that were held by the sheriff and deposited by him in the Bank of Minnesota. The trial of the case resulted In a verdict for the plaintiff. Watch for Number Six. Unnecessary Street Noises. The booming rumble of the surface cars, the jolting of the ciarta, tho gongs, the belie, the hucksters' shouts — all these combine to make nervous people wild. There ls no apparent remedy for the noises; but there is a cure for nervous people — Boecham's Pills. This speedy, gentle laxa tive cures Fidgety, Trembling Sensations, Sleeplessness, Nervous Headaches, Flutter ing of the Heart, Irritability, Depression of Spirits, General Debility and Poverty of the Blood, when tlhese conditions are caused by constipation, and constipation Is the frequent cause of most of the Ills which flesh is heir to. F* __ £* fj _! * _! _^ _TV SATURDAY-the last day of the Fair-the greatest day for Bargains. Hundreds of Special Attractions will be offered just to show visitors what every woman in St. Paul well knows, viz.: That largest stocks, best qualities, latest styles and lowest prices go hand in hand in this store. Store open all day today from 8 till 6 o'clock. NEW JACKETS^ CAPES, SUITS AND_SKIRfs! The new stock is complete. Every Garment was made for our critical trade— made up in latest style and in tbe best manner. JACKETS, $4.75 to $45.00. | SUITS, $10.75 to $50.00. Tailor-made Jackets in strictly up-to-date styles, /Jl £ mf* Kerseys, Beavers and Boucles, thoroughly well Hra^ /K_ made, extraordinary value at _k * . J LP 200 Newest Fall and Winter Jackets, in a dozen fl. £_ _\ _\ different materials and in all the popular colors, some Tli_ 111 l lined throughout with Taffeta Silk, Saturday, only ™ "iv V Tailor-made Jackets of All- Wool Kerseys, Coverts, Cheviots and Boucles, lined throughout with Tailor's Satin fll g A *} F* or Rhadame Silk, as stylish as the most expensive T^HB /^ garment you can buy at any price. Saturday, only W ■"• Tailor-made Jackets, lined with Satin or Fancy Taffetas--all the popular materials in Black, (riA F" /K Navy, Military Blue, Royal Blue, Tan, Castor and ?fe|t4 ffc|l Havana. Special »4k m.kJ'% \J \J New Boucle Capes, 36 inches long-, only $5.75. 4 different lines of Tailor-made Suits, in fl^¥n P" _t\ strictly All- Wool Materials, in all colors, actually ife 1 1 t rfell worth $17.50 to $20.00. Choice today.. iPn.Lv§U\J SILK WAISTS. 5 different lines of Silk Shirt Waists— Black New Stripes, New Plaids and Plaiu Black Satin Fronts and Sleeves handsomely Tucked and Corded (S_ P" f™ —Waists actually worth up to $9. 50. Choice today, jk[\ I FUR COLLARETTES in all the fashionable Furs and com binations—all the newest shapes, $3.00, $3.75, $5.50, $6.75. $8 50 and up to $30.00. Ladies' Underwear. We have opened our entire stocks of Fall and Winter Un derwear for the special benefit of State Fair Visitors. Our city trade will profit by these sales. Ladies' Extra Heavy Imported Swiss Ribbed Balbriggan Vests PA with long- sleeves, regular 85c J\)_\C kinds. Today only uvv Ladies' Imported all-wool Swiss Ribbed Vests, lon*r sleeves, very Qr soft, a special purchase of $1.50 ft j£ qualities. Saturday only uyv Ladies.' Shaped Merino Vests fa and Pants, three-fourths wool, regular 75c qualities, for t/VV Ladies' "Munsing" Balbriggan Combination Suits, long sleeves, /A regular $1.00 quality. Today flyC only v/V Ladies' Wool Plated Com- (_4 / n bination Suits, long sleeves, Jii glgi regular $2.00 kinds, for V«VV HOSIERY. Ladies' Heavy Ribbed FLEECED Cotton Stockings, fast black, bought to sell at 25c, will go on sale today at 18 Cents a pair. RIEL,D, SCHLICIC & Co. AHT SCHOOL MAY SUIT. There Ia Talk of Discontinuing the Local Institution. The women of the St. Paul School of Fine Arts are still undecided in regard to a new director for the school. There has also been very serloue talk of closing the school entirely. The women find the support of the school more than burden some, and ar© not sure how readily the busi ness men of St. Paul will respond toward its financial aid. While they fear to see St. Paul fail along the Hne of high art appreciation the fact cannot be ignored that St. Paul peo ple are not over eager to aid such effort. A meeting will be held next Thur-day morning at the studios in the Moore bio -k when it is hoped some definite conclusion can be arrived at. O -A. & __■ O H. I _A_ - Bears the AW Kind You Have Always Bought Watch for Number Six. _fA_tj^'K^?_rfOi^ B :%fl P^M\ Drink _r fih VA Only m!/* i^7 Pure "Rock Spring" n Table Water I_A Oi lltt \ e cost > but big in /U^k satisfaction. Buy it of your I^TI grocer or direct of |r6$J JACOB RIES Fj|jß BOTTLING WORKS, «(^«JP Solo Proprietors, Shakopee, - Minn. St. Paul Address. 40 W. Seventh St.. Tol. Ltd. _ 55^1 PR OMPTLY OBTAINED AND PUT ON TIIK MARKET. Please "member that, this is the only Patent A. ney S'af taking out your patent, will either buy it. take lt oo royalty or manufacture it for you. or sell It without advance obiM.es. 80 years 1 experience; unexcelled references from high authorities and inventors ev erywhere. Sond sketch and dcacrlptlon for free re port as to patentability. Poor Inventors assisted. Trave lngr nten and agent* wanted to handla our choice patent articles. «, Correspondence ln Ger man. Swodish and Danish, but Knglish preferred ! Preserve this ad. as it appears bnt seldom; state ' your wishes, mention this paper, and address The i American Patent Market nnd Novelty Work* 279- .81 Willi .m« stieet (near £B* ■isaippl Street), St. Paul, Mian. I School Supplies. Send the children. They will save money on all their purchases, and they'll receive as much at tention as grown-up folks. 1,000 Monster Pencil Tablets, A 2 styles, 200 sheets in each Tab- \C let, only "V 1,000 Splendid Ink Tablets, _ three different sizes, today \_\ only *J^ Wax Crayons, 14 colors in a box; 4 CENTS. Lead Pencils, Cedar wood with m Rubber Tips, a dozen i_\ for 'V Lead Pencils— Faber's and -jA Eagle Company, a dozen Jflr Composition Books, 150 leaves, |A Leather or Cloth Binding, IjC Kid Gloves. Fine French Kid Gloves, with g-usseted fing-ers and latest style embroidered backs, in black, white and newest colors, for $1.00 a pair all day today— from 8 till 6 o'clock. Every pair is fully warranted. District Court Briefs. W. A. Began filed a petition In bankruptcy yesterday ln tho federal court. The petitioner states his liabilities at $1,300. his assets at . IS-conslsting largely m a watch, nf v..™ 38 . brou P h . t yesterday by the Diocese nth«%_ . neSOt ? _i. nst Auguat Belhel and ___.£ QUiet l ° CCrtaln P* 1 " 0613 of rea » Watch for Number Six. The Popular | m Measured Telephone Service T t will oe introduced in St. Paul W 4\ on and after June lit, by the L j NORTHWESTERN ► 2 TELEPHONE f . EXSHANOE I A COMPANY ► < ► which will enable 1 EveryDody fo Hove o Tefepfiong f 4 At Their Residon&a, • . * I The Long Distanca Telephone f a will be furnished Residenco I j subscribers on four party, se- * lective signal, metallic lines ► within one mile of the Main or L Branch Offices of the Company f j at $30.00 per annum for 400 r ! A calls, and $4.00 for each addi- X j J ticnal 100 calls. $30 per annum f ; 1 permits the subscriber to talk ► | A from his residence 400 times L J annually, and to talk to his res- f idence an unlimited number of F 4% times. L 1 Telephone to No. 5, and a rep- ! j resentative of the Company ► 4 will call and explain the new L J system. This same class of service is r 4 also offered to Business Sub- % J scribers at rates varjlng from I J $39.00 per annum for 600 calls, r 4 to $63.00 per annum for 1,200 k J calls. G&£%aqgg_\_*g> ARTIST PHOTOGRAPHER toi east Hixra »T«i_ar, Opp. Met. C),erA Home. Retouching for tho trade. Kodaks, Cameras iind chemicals. Developing, finishing and en larging. Lighting and Dark-Kooio instruction! i iven freo lo those dealing with we, Tei. lU7I.