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iilritr v/ Ijt: §&'/ I'V Ml !/. p-. to 1 t\\ I i* t.1 lv s^ 1 1 ». 'V. &S.*\ dr" St?g.V" $ kj& "V i&St m*y^ 53 H®§ r*' £*«*. «,' 7 O ^$CV^O "STANDARD" BREVITIES. "Jams" are usually the contents of a family jar. The wages of sin show a small in crease every year. No, Eulalie, iron oars are not used in boating. They are too heavy. Base ball managers say that the past season was the most successful on record. But only one umpire was killed. A rural editor says Henry Ward Beeoher can't earn less than $35,000 a year. This is really a sad case. How the country parsons must envy him his inability. It is surprising how different ques tions of law sometimes look to the attor ney at the bar and to the judge on-the bench. One pounds the law, the other expounds it. One of the peculiar things in this life is that a woman's shoe never fits her un less they are too small. Another is that a man's never $t him unless they are too large. The moon never gets so full that it doesn't retain sufficient good sense to sink to rest sometime during the right. If this fits you, cut it out and paste it somewhere in sight. Beware of premature conclusions when you see a man ait down hurriedly on the sidewalk at this time of the year. Don't conclude that he is drunk simply because he has taken a drop. A murderer, who was recently hanged in Kentucky, didn't oonfess religion. His bones have been bought up by a dime museum as the skeleton of the most remarkable man of the age. Said Mr. Henpeck to a friend: "The combined age of my wife and myself is 40 years now guess our respective ages." "If your ages aggregate 40,1 suppose your wife represents 4 and you represent the 0." An authority on the cuisine says that duck ought not stand long after being roasted. Probably it would do no harm to let the duck sit up if it isn't too tired, but it shouldn't be allowed to swim in the gravy. How frail a thing life is in some peo ple. It is said that an alleged murderer who was taken out of jail by a Kentucky mob a short time ago, riddled with bul lets, hacked and carved. with bowie knifes, beaten over the head with clubs and crowbars and then saturated with kerosene on, and ^cremated, has died of his injuries. ?r- A Virginia justice of the peace has 'trailed a fisherman $7 for contending in MM SUITS SELLING} FOR $16.00. 42 AND 44 WASHINGTON AVENUE SOUTH, open court that the moon had anything to do with the ebb and flow of the tides. His honor couldn't find it in the statutes and he didn't propose to be bluffed. GENERAL LABOR NOTES. Several encounters have occurred in Hdboken between the non-union 'long shoremen and strikers. It is feared that the silk weavers employed in Union Hill and Jersey City Heights will strike in sympathy with the silk weavers of Patterson. Switchmen of the Wabash railroad in Chicago threaten to strike because some of their number were discharged and are having trouble in getting their pay. The old hands of the Philadelphia & Beading company have returned to work on the docks at Elizabethporc, N. J., under an agreement to work for 22£ cents an hour. The foreman at the Morgan line pier has received instructions to employ none of the late strikers save at certain rates, at which the strikers demur and have not vet resumed work. Nearly 500 representatives of promi nent building trade firms in New Tork have formed a business employers' fed eration for the protection of employers against unjust demands and restric tions of labor unions. The horseshoers' union met last Wed nesday night and discussed the ques tion of demanding an increase of wages after May 1. The St. Paul boss black smiths have announced their willing ness to pay |3.25 for fire-men and $2.75 for floormen, which is a rise of 25 cents over Minneapolis wages, and the jour neymen will probably decide to ask the same pay. THE WORLD AT LARGE. The Chinese have begun an invasion of Burmah. Intense cold and snow are blocking Spanish railways. A feeling for a war of revenge is said to be growing in France. Jay Gould is said to be writing a book on the railway question. Mr. Manning, as president of the new bank of New York gets $15,000. Montana cattlemen claim to have lost 50 to 75 per cent of their cattle. King William of Holland celebrates his 70th birthday to-day (Saturday.) Horace Greeley's sister in New York has been in want and friendsbave been obliged to assist her. The Cabinet Tuesday decided to re coinmend to Congress the payment of .the claims ($4,167) of Chinese residents •*•'. •:.,£ of Washington Territory for losses sus tained during the recent riots. The Governor of Ohio has offered $5,000 for the capture of the Ravenna train outlaws. The Governor has forbidden the im portation of cattle into Iowa owing to pleuropneumonia. ^Resolutions of Condolence. At the last meeting of the St. Antho ny Crusaders' society the following res olutions were adopted to the memory of Edward Barrett, lately deceased: WHEREAS, It has been the will of Almighty God, In His divine wisdom, to remove from our midst our esleemed and beloved brother, Udward Barrett, in the prime of his manhood and WHEREAS, While mourning the loss of Our respected brother, we would yet turn our thoughts to his honest worth and services and pay tribute here to the name therefore, Resolved, That while bowing in humble sub mission to the decrees of our Divine Saviour, whose will is ever for the best, we cannot but express our heartfelt grief tor he who has been taken f-om further counsel amongst us. Resolved, That this society shall hold the memory of our deceased brother in love and respect, thus reminding us that the time is un certain when we too may be called to join our brother in eternal life. Resolved, That-we tender to his bereaved parents our heartfelt sympathy in this their hour of affliction, and hope that God may grant them strength and courage to bear their sorrow with Christian fortitude and resigna tion. Resolved, That these resolutions be published in THE IRISH STANDARD, and that a copy of the same, be sent to our late brother's family, and also that a copy of these resolutions be placed on record in the minutes of this 'organization. ." THE IRISH STANDARD: SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1887. Dull Season Can hot THE TIDE OF BUSINESS -A.T We Hetve a/t Last S"u.oo©©cLecL in Getting _A.n.otlx©r Location. We'Move April I to Our New Location,43 Washington Av. S. We are notfgoing far but just far enough, almost directly opposite our present quarters. WE WILL STILL CON TINUE OUR GKEAT CUT OF ONE-HALF Off ON READY-MADE CLOTHING ONE DOLLAR SAVED IS TWO EARNED! A Good Many Dollars Can be Saved by Buying Your Clothing at Our Great One-Half Off Clothing Sale 50 PER CENT. OFF ON OUR LOWEST MARKED PRICE $32.00 $24.00 SUITS SELLING FOR $12.00. At HARRISON THE TAILOR'S, JOHN MCGOWAX. MAURICE RING, JOHN BARRETT, Committee. Minneapolis Produoe. MINNEAPOLIS, Feb. 18. WHEAT—No1hardat 793£c bid May. No 1 northern 7754c bid for May. COBN—Sales light 34@35c, according to con dition. FLOUR—Minneapolis patents, in sacks, to local dealers,$4 60@470:for shipment in sacks.carlots, )@430 in barrels, $4 50@460 delivered at New .land points, $5000520 at New Tork points $48004 90 rye flour, pure.nominal at $17602 per 100 lbs, and buckwheat. $4@5 perbbl. BRAN—Held at 10.25 to 10.50 in bulk. SHOBXS—Bulk, $11.00®11^0. OATS—No 2 white selling at 27@28c on track. The range of sample sales is from 26® 28c ot. RYE—Nominalat 45050c for Nos 2 and S. BARLEY—Quiet at from 88@48c for Nos 2 and 3 by sample. CORN MEAL—Coarse, city, 1400©$1450, deliv ered in lots of a ton or more. MIXED FEED—Good southern quiet at 15 00 O 1550 on track and to arrive city ground. $15 000 16 00 for choice, delivered in Tots of a ton or more. HAT—Receipts moderate market steady and firm prices steady choice sold at S6 7507 50 fair, steady, $40005 50. OATMEAL—Steel cut, $2 350S3 per half bbl. BUTTER—In Job lots: Fancy creamery, 23c extra firsts, 16@18c dairy, fancy,19®20c daiiy, seconds, 14@15c dairy, thirds, 8@9c. packing stock, 8@9c grease, 2&Z14C. DRESSED MEATS—Prices for well dressed: Beef.hind qu's. 6 J4@8 Country dres'd.5 Sides,citydre'd.5 06K Country dres'd.4H05 Fore quarters..3 04 Veal, choice....8 @10 Dressed hogs..6 Hams, city 90U Hams, country TO 8 Breakfast bacon.. 9011 Shoulders SO 8 Sides.... Mutton, city. 405 Mutton, country.. 50&tt ly fresh, 20c. CHXEBE—Fancy foil cream, 10012c fine full cceam, 9O10c part 708c skims, 406c. BOGS—Strict!: NORTHWESTERN NOTES. Jas. Kane and John Eichenberger, victims of the accident on the Burlington near Nelson, Wis., have recovered suffi ciently to be brought back to Wabasha, At the Church of the Immaculate Con ception, at Faribault, last Wednesday morning, Miss Kate Lahen, of Wells, Fillmore County, was married to Ed ward Tracy, of Tracy, Dak. It was rumored on the street in St. Paul that Mayor Rice had resigned. This is no doubt true as he will soon leave for Washington. The city council will elect his successor, who will be, without doubt, B. A. Smith, at present acting mayor. DAKOTA. Yankton business men will raise $50, 000 to secure a St. Paul & Duluth ex tension. Capt. G. A. Silsby, of Mitchell, pres ident of the Soldiers and Sailors' associ ation of Dakota, telegraphs the New Tork World that he favors the passage of the dependent pension bill over Cleveland's veto. T. Bay & Co., 32 Washington ave, S, have the finest stock of Teas and Cof fees in the city. You can get 3 lb Best Mocha and Java coffee, $1.00. 3| lb Best Old Goverment Java, $1.00. 4 lb Bay's Best Combination, $1.00. 4^ lb Best'Golden Bio, $1.00. Coffees roasted and pulverized daily. A choice lot of uncolored Japan Teas in one pound baskets, very fancy and are being sold way down. T. Bay & Co., 32 Washington avenue South. NOTICE TO 0BEDIT0BS. IN PURSUANCE of an order of F. Von Pchlegell, Judge of Probate for the County of Hennepin, made on the 14th day of Febru ary, 1887, notice is hereby given to all persons having claims against Peter Youngblood, late of the city of Minneapolis, in the county of ftfe? MINNESOTA. clearing house opens Duluth's March 1. W. S. Beeman will incorporate his commercial college at Bed Wing. Congressmen-elect Bice and MacDon ald called on the President Tuesday. Capt. N. W. DeKay has been ap pointed postmaster at Bed Wing to suc ceed A. F. Graves. J. S. Anderson has returned to St Peter from Sweden. On his way over his steamer was wrecked and he was picked up off the coast of Ireland. r. Hennepin and State of Minnesota, deceased, that said Judge of Probate will attendforthe purpose of axaminlng and allowing such claims, at his office, in the city of Minneapolis, in said county, on the first Mondays in August and September. 1887, at 10 o'clock a.m on each of said days, and that six months from the date of said order has been allowed and limited for the creditors of s'id deceased to present (heir claims against the said deceased to the said Judge of Probate, for his examina tion and approval. Dated this 171 day of February, 1887 Jadge of Probate. -a. pf ^"Vv^ $18.00 SUITS SELLING FOR $9.00. IT0TI0E OF MORTGAGE POBEOLOSUBE SALE. WHEREAS, fWl MINNEAPOLIS. default has been made in the condition of a certain mortgage made, executed and delivered by Charles E. Parment er and Althea D. Parmenter, his wife, mort gagors, to Andrew J. Finnegan, mortgagee, and dated the fdUrteenth day of July, A. D. 1883, and recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds of Hennepin county and State of Minne sota, on the sixteenth day of July. A. D. 1883, at 5 o'clock p. m., in book 96 of mortgages on page 265. This mortgage was subsequently and on the first day of August, A. D. lf-83, duly assigned and transferred by said Andrew J. Finnegan to David Crimby an assignment dated Augustfirst, A. D. 1888, which was on the twenty-nin day of December, A. D. 1883, re corded in the office of the Register of Deeds of Hennepin county aforesaid, in book 87 of mortgages on page 574 this mortgage was subsequently and on the twenty-second day of November, A. D. 1886, duly assigned and trans ferred by the said David Crim to Andrew J. Finnegan, atoresaid, who is now the owner thereof, by an assignment dated November 22nd. A. 1886, which was on the 18th day of January. A. D. 1887, recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds of Hennepin county, aforesaid, in book 191 of mortgages, on page 241. The lands described said mortgage are as follows, viz.: Bock one (1), block two (2), and block three (S) of Mount View addition to Min neapolis, according to the plat of said addition on file and of record in th^ office of the Regis ter of Deeds of said Hennepin county said mortgage was given to secure the sum of eleven thousand ($11,000) dollars due on or be fore five years from July 14th, 1883, with inter est at seven per cent, per annum until paid, payable semi-annually, according to the condi tions of one promissory note referred to in said mortgage, and whereas it Is stipulated in said mortgage that any of the lots of the num ber herein mortgaged shall be released by said party of the second part, his heirs, executors, administrators or assigns from the lien of said mortgage, upon the payment by said parties of the first part, their heirs, executors, adminis trators or assigns of the sum of two hundred ($200) dollars for each lot so desired to be re leased and the proportionate share of the in terest and taxes due on said lot up to the time said sum is so paid and said lot or lots so re leased, and in pursuance of said stipulation or agreement there has been paid on the said mortgage the sum of five thousand ($5,000) dol lars as principal and the proportionate share of interest thereon. And whereas lots one (1)., two , three |8] four , five , six ,' seven , eight [81, nine , ten , eleven , twelve , thirteen , fourteen , eighteen (18], twentv . twenty-one  and twenty-two , In block one , and lot five  in block two : also lots one , two , eight , nine [91. ten  and eleven (11), in block three (3), have been released from the lien of said mortgage. In accordance with said stipulation, there is now claimed to be due, and Is actually due at the date hereof, for in terest on the said mortgage fourteen hundred and sixty-three (91,463) dollars. No action or proceeding at law or otherwise having been instituted to recover the debt se cured by said mortgage or any part-thereof. Now, therefore, notice is hereby given, that by virtue of a power of sale contained in satd mortgage aad pursuant to the statute in such case made and provided, the said mort gage will be foreclosed, and the premises described in and covered bv said mortgage will be sold by theSheillf of said Hennepin county, at public auction, to the highest bidder for cash to pay said debt and interest, and also the sum of two hundred ($200) dollars as attorney's fees, as stipulated in said mortgage In case of foreclosure and the disbursements as allowed by law, at the front door of the Court House, in the city of Minneapolis, in said Hennepin county, on Monday, the fourth day of April. A. D. 1887, at 10 o'clock a. m. of that day, subject to redemption at any time.within one year from the day of sale, as provided bv law, dated February 14th, 1887. ANDREW J. FINNEGAN. Mortgagee and Assignee of Mortgagee. ARTHUR D. SMITH, Attorney for Mortgagee and Assignee of Mort gagee. The Irish-American Fire Insurance company, of New York, has organized recently and will start out with $1,000, 000 cash capital and $100,000 more for surplus. The company expect to begin business in the several statei^bout July, 1887. Subscription books are in the hands of Matt Walsh, Boston block, and T. W. McGrath, Temple Court. Subscribers need not pay for their shares until July next. Ff? •X, I OCEAN PASSAGE. ARE SELLING AT $ 10.oo Great Britain TO New York If you intend to bring any one over in the Spring now is the time to buy. A. E. JOHNSON & Co. General Northwestern Agents, Corner Third and Sibley Streets. ST. PAUL. MINN. A.Sanborn Manufactures Jewelry, Repairs Watches, and Loans Money On Watches, Diamonds and Jewelry. NO. 8 WASHINGTON AVE. NORTH. DEALER IN Fresh andifSalt NO. 275 CEDAB AVENUE fihW J. .» T_» 'i «•. ^V, b/\ 1 in I! 1 I K?