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OFFICE— No. 6 WiißfUni/tcninvcnue t op
•o#<f<? JTitwWt* Ifauae.ZlOjpee&hoiir* fromjG
Bill King, Washburn, Morrison and
Langdon were sent to represent the city
council with Bill K. as spokesman. A
pretty solid delegation of old Republicans
to represent a Democratic city like Minne
apolis. It is no wonder the inquiry was
made, "where are the representatives of
your city government?" Oh! yes, Bill
Kin;.; trp.s there 10 represent a pure form
of government, and that ought to satisfy'
the most skeptical.
Villaed and party will smile when they
view the tempest iv a teapot; an 3 he will
send a complimentary to each individual
who will squeeze himself to the front.
What does he care for St. Paul or Minne
apolis? He built the railroad to enjoy
the grand scramble of the monkies trying
to catch or. What he wants is to run his
trains to the Bills no matter where they
station themselves on the line.
We heartily endorse an exhibition of the
industries of Minneapolis to the Yillard
party; but for goodness sake don't ask the
Bills to walk— give them carriages, and let
the dinner paii brigade do the tramping.
Let the individuals come to the front as it
is their chance. After the boys have
tramped they will be dismiesed and the
Bills will drink the wine and court the
applause. Go in, boys.
Eill King and Washburn went to St.
Paul with the threat "We will now down
Ames and Glenn" and the boys of St.
Paul eat dopn on them. Glenn, it seems,
was not "on to it," and still as the pros
pective candidate for mayor he put his
finger into the trap as it was set.
Minneapolis will have;.-" ownNortherr
Pacific celebration. We aic a hurrah-sta
boy set of fellows when the Republicans
take hold to make it a purely party mattei
and to boom things on that basis.
They are crazy to pet in and they
played the game Tery suceeasfuily on the
embryotic mayor. To be sharp is to be
obtcse; better "slop" than to receive the
6lop from a swill cart.
We favor a general amneii,, and that
Bill King be sent with a little white flag
to represent the present administration of
Uinneapolie, because he is without bias —
or brains .
If it was a "slop"it possessed the virtue
of being distressingly trnthf ul, coming as
it did on the heels of the threat of the two
Bills to "crush out Ames and Glenn."
When cities are called upon to act as
»uch in a great event it is amusing to see
men with more money than brains pushing
their individuality to the front.
Some people when they read things in
the morning don't know whether they hare
been treated well or not. Afterthoughts
frequently prove eye-openers.
Nettletonish religion i 3 a great thing
to possess. It's a creed that says "I am
more holy than thou," and enlists all the
cranks of this locality.
President Pillsbdbt is a first-class
man, but with the native talent in our
city council why does he hava to make Bill
King i lX proxy ?
Now tha ex-hireling and dirty-vrork-doer
of former Republican dignitaries can get
employment ag%in as scavenger for the
It sounds well for an lowa tramp, who
rifled his room mate's pants pockets, to
denounce th 6 mayor as a traitor to Min
Thky evened np the committee by plac
ing two Democrats upon it. A most grace
ful and dignified act under the circum
Whs not dispense with the city council
and let the bills ran tha machine orer into
Canada or throcgh a piae land ring.
Bill King as a proxy representing the
city council is too fanny a situation to
have the laurh out at one sitting.
Posh them to the front. It is an indi
vidual contest for notoriety. The city be
Osc£ it was "crucify hiin;"now the same
■»ort of a rabble want impeachments and
As Lincoln said of Grant, "send some of
that whisky down to the other generals."
Some people choke when they are aston
ished at breakfast. Pat 'em on the back.
It was a ten strike; but the Bills only
knocked one outside pin down.
Will another quarter of a million dol
lars appease him?
Pot Tonsley in the bag and shake him
up with the Bills.
The mules are all kicking.
Individuals, not measures.
Billee, b. d.
MINNEAPOLIS GLOBE LKTS.
The real estate transfers filed yesterday
Go to Sullivan's restaurant, 200 Henne
pin avenue, for a good dinner.
The Comique restaurant gives good
meals at nominal prices. Try it.
Burglars, sharpers and confidence men
are numerous in the city. They have come
to attend the fair.
Mary O'Brien, the chronic inebriate, was
again sent to the county jail yesterday for
imbibing too much budge.
Wm. McMininy, the bogus detective
from Chicago, was fined $15 and costs yes
terday for being beastly intoxicated.
Father James McGolrick and his two
assistant priests return to-day from the
annual retreat held at St. Paul during the
Business in the district court was un
usually quiet yesterday, and yet the offi
cials were constantly engaged at th eir
A young lad named William Reynolds
fell into a etone quarry in East Minne
apolis yesterday and received a broken
Thirty-three citizens of Minneapolis
were admitted members of the A. A. A. S.
That does not make them profound scien
tists by any means.
A carpenter named Davidson tumbled
from a scaffolding yesterday morning in
the East division, and sustained a fracture
of the left shoulder.
Engineer Waters has completed plan;
for a tunnel ICO feet long under the rail
road track on First street, between Thin
and Fourth avenues south.
Mrs. R. Bierland appeared in the muni
cipal court yesterday, charged with assault
and battery upon Jugebar Lorenson, and
was discharged, though found guilty of
M. L. Thayer, who resides near th<
state university, had a visit from bnrglan
on Thursday night. They took a silve;
watch and (11 in silver. Get your shot
In the Northwestern Miller of next week
will appear a portrait of Mr. Cole, of
Rochester, who was killed by the tornado.
A picture of the ruined Zumbrota mill will
also be given.
Con Dinnesu, the Hassan farmer se
riously injured in a runaway about two
weeks ago, has been removed from the
Sisters' hospital to his home. He is rap
A musical and literary entertainment of
a very high character was given last even
ing by the ladies of Mayflower church
Some of the best local talent participated
in the exercises.
Charles Beuck, who was shot by the
highwaymen on Monday night, is getting
on very nicely and suffers less pain thai
he did during the first forty-eight hours
He has but very little fever and no infiam
rnation is noticeable.
Peter Marlain, the notorious chickei
thief, was arrested last evening on sus
picion of stealing a watch, which he sole
at the low price of $4.50. To-day he wil
be given an opportunity of telling how th
watch came into his possession.
C. W. Smith, county superintendent of
school?, examined applicants for teachers'
certificates in the court house yesterday
There were fifteen applicants present,
eleven of whom were young ladies. The
result of the examination will be given in
Mrs. D. Wales, assisted by her pupils,
gave a musicals last evening in McLeod's
Music hall, in the rear of J. R. Elliott's
jewelry store. There was a large attend
ance and the entertainment was much
appreciated and pupils gave evidence of
careful training on the part of their
The following parties received marriage
licenses yesterday: Nels Miller and El
frida Samuelson ; Nels Anderson and Caro
line Erickson; Peter Jungles and Katie
Young; Edward T. Thilcox and Mary Mc-
Laughlin ; J. J. Matterson and Belle Mo-
Dougall; Martin Swenson and Eliza
Jasper Johnson will be brought this
morning before the judge of the munici
pal court for making an assault with a
deadly weapon on the person of one Mor
gan about two months ago. Morgan has
departed from the city and his where
abouts is not known. It is supposed he
does not wish to appear against his as
B. W. Jordan and wife have returned
Mrs. £. W. Aldrioh has gone east to
visit a sick sister.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. H. Marr, of Kenoaha,
are visiting Mrs. George McAllister.
Chaa. Beuck, by his attending physician,
Dr. Bendeke, was pronounced being out of
danger if nothing nnforseen happens to
change his condition.
The Xost Interest in;/ Game of the Season —
The Union Pacifies of Omaha Defeat the
Brown's 6 to 3.
The base ball game between the Browns
and the Union Pacifies attracted a large
audience yesterday afternoon. The game
was the best in many particulars of any
played in Minneapolis this season.
Webster was again crowded into the
catchers' position, owmjjr to tho illness; of
Hoffman, and he did well in taking Mur
phy's balls. Murphy never pitched better, I
and the fielding of most of the homo nine
was generally good.
The visiting club is by far the best nine
which have played here this season, and
the Browns did well to hold them at three
innings up to tho seventh inning, when
Bennett met with a misfortune by fumb
ling a ball and making a wild throw. This
gave the Ornahas three runs.
R. 18. T.B.U. P.O. A. E.
Bennett, 2b 0 11 2 4 1
Murphy, p 0 0 0 0 3 0
Whitcoinb. s 6 1 11 15 2
O'Brien, 3b 0 11 3 10
Spear, If 0 12 2 0 0
Gauzol, lb 0 0 0 9 11
Webster, c 1 11 5 0 0
Tuelle, cf 1 12 110
Watson, rf (JO 0 10 0
Total 3 6 8 24 15 4
B. BH. TB. TO. A. E.
McKelvy, rf 1 0 0 0 0 1
Funkhouser, 1 f 2 2 8 0 0 0
Whitney. 2 b 0 2 2 2 1 0
Foley, 0 112 0 0
Sneed, 8 s U 0 0 0 3 0
Rockwell, 1 b 1 117 0 2
Baker, c 1 2 3 14 5 0
Salisbury p 1 1 1 2 17 0
Bandell,c f 0 2 a (I 0 0
Total 6 li 14 27 26 8
Browns 1 0 020000 o—3
Omaha's 2 0100030 o—s
Wild Pitches— 2.
Passed Balls— Webster 3, Baker 1,
Struck out Minneapolis 8; Omalias 4.
Bases on called balls— Minneapolis 5;
Earned runs— Minneapolis 1; Omaha 1.
Left on bases Minneapolis 7; Omaha 11.
Two Base — Bennett 1, Spear 1, Tuelle 1,
Funkhauser 1, Baker 1, Bandell 1.
Umpire O. Foster, Minneapolis.
THE TRUE INWARDNESS.
Mayor O'lirien'a Letter to the Chamber of
The following communication from
Mayor O'Brien, of St. Paul, explains in
detail the true inwardness of the unpleas
antness between the two great cities of the
northwest. It also exhibits the fact that
the purport or substance of the commu
nication has been grossly misrepresented
by the parties interested:
St. Paut., Aug. 23, 1883.
Hon. W. D. Washbnrn, Chairman of tha
Committees of the Toard of Brade and
Chamber of Commerce.Minneapolis,Minn ,
Sir: — I have the honor to inform you that
on the submission to our common council
of the report of the Northern Pacific exec
utive committee, and in whioh report they
were advised of the request preferred by
your committee on behalf of your chamber
of commerce and board of trade relative
to a joint celebration by the citizens of
both cities of the completion of the North
ern Pacific railway.
I am instructed by our common
council to express" to the bod
ies you represent their sin
cere thanks for your friendly offer of
THE ST. PAUL DAILY GLOBE, SATURDAY xMORJS7NG ? AUGUST 25, 188 a
co-operation, and to say to you that pre
vious to the yisit of your committee our
common council had determined that such
hospitalities as should be tendered to Mr.
Villard and his! guests should be of a
strictly public character, inaugurated and
conducted by the municipality in its offi
cial character, as the representatives of
the public, and that private assistance of
a pecuniary character from either your
citizens or our own could not
be accepted. Such has been our
answer to the different commercial
associations of this city and our citizens
who have also gjeoerously tendered their
private aid, and which offers we have with
equal gratitude declined.
We are not as yet in receipt of any com
munication from your municipal authori
ities relative to the subject matter hereof,
nor are we advised of their wishes in this
regard. I have taken the liberty of ad
dressing to your honorable mayor an
official communication upon this subject,
and upon receipt of his response shall
take the further liberty of communicating
its contents to you.
We sincerely trust that such action will
be taken by your public authorities as will
evidence a due recognition of the ap
proaching event which is of euch Tast im
portance to both our cities and the state at
large. Very respectfully your obedient
servant. G. D. O'Bbies,
Mayor, St. Paul.
THE VILLAIiD 11KCEPTIOX.
The Action of the Commute* of Arrange
Th 9 committee appointed for the pur
pose of making arrangements for the cele
bration of the completion of the Northern
Pacific railway and the entertainment of
the Villard party met yesterday. Geo. A.
Pillsbury called the meeting to order and
stated that he was absent from the city
when the message to him reached here,
and after consultation with Aid. Glenn he
sent a reply to Mayor O'Brien as published
and intended no discourtesy to anyone .
The attitude of the city council in the
matter he explained in this way:
Some two or three weeks ago the mayor
communicated with the council requesting
that body to appoint a committee to act
in conjunction with committees|from other
official bodies of the city. This was done,
the committee consisting of one member
from each ward. The action of this com
mittee was in fulfillment of this request.
By his recent letter it was understood that
the major refused toco-operate with this
committee, and it would be proper for the
meeting to appoint some one to fill the
Aid. Walsh expressed his sympathy with
the movement for a grand and appropri
ate celebration in this city in honor of the
event. He nominated Col. Glenn for chair
man of the committee of fifteen in place
of the mayor and spoke in favor of union
Col. King,. Capt. Merriman and others
seconded the nomination, and on being
put it was carried unanimously. Col.
Glenn thanked the meeting for the honor
conferred, but deolined to serve in the
capacity. He would gladly serve on the
committee in any other capacity if de
»ired to do so. He was a Minneapolis man,
and if Minneapolis was hit by any
man he would strike him baok.
He nominated George A. Pillebury
for the chairmanship and was
seconded by Aid. Walsh. Other gentle
men considered Mr, Pillsbury a proper
man for tha place, being the head of the
city council and he was unanimously
Aid. Morse was substituted for J. S.
Pillsbury on the council committee, the
latter being unable to be present on the
On motion the following committee was
appointed to name the sub-committees:
Alderman Pillsbury, Gen. Washbnrn, Capt.
Merritnan, ex-Mayor Rand and Alderman
Following are the sub -committees ap- !
Finance— C. M. Loiing, F. F. Anderson,
D. Blakely, W. D. Hale, B. F. Nelson.
Industrial Display— M. W. Glenn, John
De Laittre.Matt Walsh, O. C. Merriman, A.
Decorations— George A. Brackett, C. M.
Loring, W. S. King, Charles Chute, John
Entertainment— D. Washburn, Geo.
A. PilJsbury, Henry Morse,Loren Fletcher,
W. W. Eastman.
Invitation — D. Morrison, C. A. Pillsbury,
Aid. Waitt, A. C. Pond, A. C. Haugan.
Procession — M. W. Glenn, W. M .
Brackett, D. M. Gilmore, H. G. Hicks,
Transportation— Charles F.Hatch, Bald
win Brown, J. C. Oswald, Edward Eichhorn,
Music— C. W. Johnson, Thomas Lowry,
Charles Hashow, C. B. Enstis, Aid. Chan
On motion of Capt. Merriman the in
dustrial committee was authorized to ap
point such sub-committees as they might
The committee then adjourned to meet
daily at the Nico!let at 11 o'clock.
The receipts and shipments at and
from Minneapolis yestarday were as fol
Receipts — Flour 125 barrels; wheat
52,000 bushels; barley 1,200 bushels; oats
800 bushels; lumber 190,000 feet; mill
stuff, 6 tons; ooal 353 tons; barrel stock
12 cars; wood 17 cords; fruit, 40,00
Shipments— Flour 12,207 barrels; wheat
3,000 bushels; mill stuff 161 tons;
lumber 370,000 feet; wood 12 cords; coal
113 tons; barrel stock 1 car.
Grain Inspection — The inspection of
grain at this point to-day is as follows:
Wheat, No. 1 hard 8 cars; No. 2 hard 3
cars; No. 1 regular 5 cars; No. 2 regular
11 cars; No. 3 regular, 5 cars: condemned
G cars; rejected, 1 car; barley, rejected, 3
cars.. Total number of cars inspected 40.
Wheat — Eight car 3of new wheat were
among the samples exhibited on 'change
yesterday, seven of them being of the hard
varieties. They were all No. 1. Old No.
1 hard was held at $1.20 f. o. b. but there
were no bidders at near that. The show of
new took the edge off. Two car sample f .
o. b., $1.08; 1 car, $1.10 f. o. b.; 5 cars,
$1.05 on track; 1 car extra sample, £1.15;
1 car extra No. 1 new at $1.12. No. 2 seller
year offered at 99c; No. 1 hard seller Sep
tember was offered at $1.09, $1.08 for
5,000 bushel or 10,000 bushel lots. The
bidding for seller the year was lower, the
highest to-day being $1.04}£, and for No
vember $1.05. Sellers adhered to the old
figures of $1,051^^1.06 for the year.
Good samples of old sold well, New No.
1 hard was offered at $1.14 for spot.
— Firm, with a fair demand for the
higher grades, and an active demand for
the lower. Quotations: Patents, $6.25@7;
straights, $5.50@6; clears, $4. 75 5.50;
low grades, $firstname.lastname@example.org.
Corn— No. 2 offered at 48c, without buy
©rs. Outside sales were reported made at
a higher figure. .
Oats — No. 2in fair request at 26 @ 28c.
One car mixed new and old went by
sample at 26c. Seller tha year 25)<c was
Bran— Firm and in small supply. Billed
out at57.50ft?7.75 in balk, and $9.60@
9.74 in sacke.
Shorts— Quiet and scare* at $11.50@
12.25, according to quality. Small offer
ings and business Ugfctt
Mixed Feed— Good stook sold at $18 on
Hay— Bulk of Bales at $8.
Butter— Creamery, choice to fancy, 18 @
20c per lb; fair to choice, 16@17c; dairies,
choice to fancy, 15?/;17c; fair to choice, 12
packing stock, s@Bc; grease batter,
Cheese — Fail cream, 9@loc; part
skimmed, r></,G2; full do, 4e.
Eggs — In fair request and receipts mod
erate. Recandled stock, 10@15c; case lots,
17c; single case lots, 17^@18e.
Fruits — Apples— Box, slow sale, 25 @ 30c
for choice; barrels, in fair demand; single
barrel lots, choice, §email@example.com; car lots,
$firstname.lastname@example.org, off stock, §email@example.com per bbl;
cooking, $L75@2.00. Pears $firstname.lastname@example.org
per crate. Peaches, «Jo@ $1.00 per basket
for choice. Oranges Messina, $7; Impe
rial, $0; California, $4.50. Lemons. $0.75
@$7 per doz. Watermelons, $8@&25 per
doz. Nutmeg melons, $2^oo per
doz. Cantelopes, $email@example.com per doz.
Bananas, yellow, $3.50 <ci 4.50 per bunch.
Cocoanuts, $6@7. Dates, 10@125^0 per lb.
Beans— Hand picked navy, §2.50 per bu
and in fair demand; mediums, $1.75©
$2.00; common, 75c@$l.
Meats— Chickens, receipts light; live, 10
@12c per lb; dressed, demand fair,U@lsc;
spring chickens, $2.75@3 t>er doz by the
coop; prairie chickens, $3 @ 3.50
per doz; turkeys dressed. 14@16c;
live, 12@13c; ducks, dressed, 12@14c.
Dressed beef, sides good demand,7i^@BJ.<c
per lb; hind quarters, C@7i^c. Veal, 10@
lie per lb. Mutton, B @loc"perlb.
Potatoes- -New, 35@40c in round lots.
Other vegetables in good supply and
changes are mostly in favor of the pur
NEW CASES AND PAPEES FILED.
Nicholas Raths .vs. Henry P. Hurley;
complaint filed; action to recover $450 on
In the matter of the petition for a re
ceiver of Geo. Baldensployer; petition and
I Before Judce Uelaad. |
Guardianship of B. O. Hank, minor;
John D. Hank appointed guardian.
Estate of Denis Peters, deceased; in
ventory filed and allowed.
Estate of John B. Echlinger, deceased ;
petition to prove will filed; hearing Sen.
[Before Judge Bailey. |
William McMininy, drunkenness; com
mitted twenty days.
G. Broadbelt and Mons. Estelen, drunk
enness; committed ten days each.
Charles Foster, Peter Peterson, William
Kela, drunkenness; paid fines of $7.50
May O'Brien, drunkenness; thirty days
in the county jail.
J. H. Wilson, drunkenness; sentence sus
Bernard Moe, running express wagon
without license; sentence suspended.
Maurice Carrivan and CharUs Carroll,
drunkenness; sentence suspended.
Mrs. Rasmus Bierlund, assault and bat
tery ; sentence suspended.
The champion bicyclists arrive on Mon
The balloonists have arrived for lh«
Dr. Hedderly, J. F. Apploby and Robert
Jones have their nags in training for the
Mrs Dr. W. P. Maipen, of Alpaca, Mich.,
is visiting her sister, Mrs. G. A. Coffin,
1425 Franklin arenue.
A puree will be offered for a dash be
tween Pillsbury's Pedro, Love joy's General
Hancock and Veazie'a Captain Herod.
They are evenly matched and can make a
mile inside of 22.
There are thirteen entries in the thirty
two class, including Eiwood Chief, Doll
and Dutch Girl. The entries in tho thirty
elnss .ire many and some of the equine*
are well known in the city. In the twenty
eight class Hancock and Fearnaught are
the chief entries.
Jtcii E.ilate Transfers.
Tho principal real estate transaction
filed with the register of deeds yesterda;
are the following:
S. P. Channeil to W. N. Holway, lota 3 to
7, block 1, Ohannell's addition, $3,100.
J. T. Elwell to Wesley Neil and Chas. H.
Pratt, 3 acres at intersection of Como and
Twelfth avenues southeast, $14,498.
Philo Remington to L. F. Menace.
lots 14 to 17, block 9 of Remington Park
fourth division, $2,200.
P. D. McMillan to Julia P. Bertram,
lot 30, block 5, McMillan's addition,
George D. Johnson to A. D. Morgan,
lots 5 and <>, block 3, Atwater's second
Wa ii ted — Horses.
E. D. Falte, the inspector and buyer for the
Minneapolis Stroot Railway company, will be at
the bam at the corner of Cedar and Frank»in
avenues each morning, at from 8 to 10 o'clock
for the purchase of horses for the (street railway
system . Horses must be from 6ix to nine years
of age, and weigh from J,200 to 1,303 pounds
STILL WATER, GLOBULES.
The report of a murder and suicide on
the St. Paul road was untrue.
Peaches were yesterday retailing at fifty
cants for medium sized baskets.
The cigarmakers and printers will try
their hand at the game of base ball this
The lower river packets have ceased run
ning to this port during the present low
stage of water.
North Main street in the vicinity of the
car shop is the most busy part of the city
at the present time.
A meeting of the city council was held
on Tuesday evening. No business of gen
eral interest was transacted.
Charles Brummer has been appointed
foreman of the Northwestern Manufactur-
ing & Car company's brick yar j.in place of
Mr. Hunt, resigned.
A letter was received yesterday from
Mr. MacConnell, stating that Thomas J.
Yorks was the duly authorized agent in
this city of the MacConnell estate.
Among other offenders before the police
court yesterday morning was one charged
with fast driviog and abusive language to
an officer. Both charges were put in one
bill and assessed at $20.
Mrs. LaMere and John Kennett, the
parties referred to in the Globe of Friday,
were before the police court yesterday
morning. Three hundred doll? : • bonds
were required of each, in default of which
both were committed to the county jail to
await the action of the grand jury.
Six box cars with the Severance safety
coupler attached have lately been com
pleted by the Northwestern Manufactur
ing & Car company for the Dnluth and
Iron Range railroad. Should this new
contrivance stand the test of practical nse
the loss of life and limb will be greatly
lessened thereby, as the brakemen are not
required to run any risk, the new coupler
being operated either from the sides or
top of the car.
Fair and Exposition
Opening August 27th, Closing Sept. Ist.
-A. G-reat "Week!
An Exposition, now assured, that shall be
WITHOUT AN EQUAL, in tho histoiy of Min
THE GREATEST SHOW OF LIVE STOCK
Ev. r Gathered in the Northwest.
Tho management have spared no pains nor ex
pense ia securing every* feature necessary to
make up a complete aid attractive entertain
ment for the whole week. The first impression
that is felt by any former patron of Fairs en the
same grounds is tint a happr change has taken
place in the re-location of the departments and
offices, bringing the exhibits nearer together,
and the ofrici? '. quarters in closer proximity to
the main center.
THREE LARGE DIMO HALLS
are nearly completed end will be ready to hc
commodatD the mmltitudes on Monday (opening
day), with a capacity of 1,000 seats at a sitting.
Lunch Stands oid Booths abound; bairels of ice
■wat^r at convenient points, and shady nooks and
corners for those who prefer to carry their o-wa
The total capacity of the grounds for exhibits,
as now completed, amounts to Eight Hundred
and Forty-Seven Stalls (847) for Caitle end
Horses; two hundred pens for Sheep and Swine;
aid in Industrie!, Floral, and Textile Fabrics
Halls, a floor area for exhibits amounting to 33,
--600 square feet. To these accommodations may
be addf i an "annex" of twenty solid acres of
Improved Agricultural and Mil Machinery.
i Numerous private buddings cover these grounds,
on which are represented all the leading manu
facturers of America, one concern erecting a
building 200x40, with a l ; ie shaft 200 feet long,
to belt from on each side, grving the enormous
length of 400 feet to attach such machines jib
must exhibit with power.
PROGIUSDIE OF ATTRACTIONS:
aiomlay, (Children's Day), Au£. 27.
Commencing at 2 p. m.
Pony Race $25 00
Boys under sixteen years of age to ride their
own ponies; $12 to first; £8 to second: §5 to
Newsboys' Race $25 CO
For Newsboys, who must ride the animal they
use in their business; §12 to first; $8 to second:
$5 to third.
MuleKace $25 00
Free for ail Mules; $12 to first; $8 to second;
S5 to third.
Am a- eur Bicycle Race $50 CO
Open to all no: -professions lts; $25 to first;
$15 to second; $10 to third.
The distances an i heats to ba run in the fore
going races will be fixed at the time of starting,
up to which time entries may be made. Entrance
Tuesday, Aug. 38.
Attractions of the day to open at 10 a. m.,
with a Grand Military Tournament, to embrace
competitive di ill between companies of the Min
nesota Btate National Guard, for prizes amount
ing to 11,000, closi g with a Dress Parade by
the whole battalion at 1 o'clock p. m.
At 2 p. m., Trotting in the 2:28 class, purse
$500; #250 to first; $125 to second; $75 to third;
$50 to fourth.
2:50 class, pursa $500; $250 to first; 125 to
second; $75 to third; $50 to fourth.
Running Race, one-mile dash, $200; $100 to
first; $60 to second; $40 to third.
The day to wind up with a Grand Balloon As
cension. •> illiams and Young, celebrated Aeron
auts from Cincinnati, Ohio, with their Grand
Air Ship, IMPERIAL, will make an ascension.
Wednesday, August 29.
2:32 class $500 00
$250 to first; $125 to second; $75 to third; $50
2 :25 class $500 00
$250 to first: $125 to second: $75 to third; $50
Running Race, all ages, one and one-fourth
miles and repeat, $300; $150 to first; $100 to
second; $50 to third.
Th? afternoon programme to be interspersed
with Bicycle Performance, iv burlesque, fancy
and expert. Exhibition by Fred S. Rollinson of
Washington, D. C, the pronounced Champion
Expert Uicycliot of America.
Thursday, August 30.
2:30 class $500 00
$250 to first; $125 to second; $75 to third; ->E0
Free-for-all Pacing $500 00
?--'SO to first; $125 bo second; $15 to third; $10
Minneapolis Cup ßunning Knee, all ages, mile
heats, two in three, $800; $10-J to first; $iOU to
second: $50 to third.
Great Champion Bicycle Race, between H. S.
ITigham of London, Eng., and John W. Prince
of Washington, D. C; three mile heats, best two
in three, for a purse of ?"2,00'J in Gold and the
Championship of the World. This will be one
of the greatest events of the year.
Also, on this day will commence the Grand
Festival of the Minnesota Wheelmen, under the
auspec-s of the local clubs of St. Paul and Min
neapolis, ix which upward of One Hundred Bi
cyclists have already announced their intention
to participate. Their opening to be a grand
free-for-all one-mile race.
Friday, August 32.
2:37 class §s^o 00
$250 to first; £125 to second; 675 to third: §50
Free-for-all $600 00
£300 to first? £150 to second; $90 to third; $60
Kurd c Kace $2,000 00
In the latter race tire entered four famous Ecg.
lieh Staeplech so Riders, known as the "Daring
Horsemen of the Saskatchewan," who have, by
tix- ir wonderful daring and skill in horeeman
s-hip, been entitled by the North British Indians
the "White Horse Kings.'
The "Minnesota Wheelmen" will round off the
day in a grand two-mile froe-for-all and Club
Drill, ia which the whole mount will participate.
Saturday, September 1.
Grand Parade in the forenoon of Prize Stock.
The day and Fair to conclude with —
Gentlemen's Road Race .$250 00
$100 to first; $75 to second; $50 to third; $25
Pacing, without record $250 00
$100 to first; £75 to second; -i"SO to third; $25
229 f lam, I'urse $500— J, A. I.ovejoy, b k Gee.
Haacoofc;F. A. Dunsinoor, b g Charlie Champ; W. s!
Moehier, b m Catherine; H. Barnes, bsrearnau<*lit
•J::i'J Class. Purse t">O'J— W. C. Bnrrell, b « Heui
bolt: W. M. Parker, br m HoUto B.: John Vanhorn
bl m Lady Florence; R. T. Kneebes, br g Elimvood
Chief; G. P. Smith, bl s Black Jim: Simons icClouzh
b s Sila.- Wright; H. Seeley, br s John Thomas; W
s. ■•loshier, bm Catherine: Price Smith, br mSa
niona: J. A, Elliott, b m Lady Elliott: S. O. Turner
r m Dutch Sir!; Iscac Staples, j? m Theresa Scott':
Oti Blanciiard, bl s Tom Kirk wood.
£30 Class. Parse 1600— W. H. Mathew.*, b a Boy
Biuuor: S. O. Turner, m i Dutch Girl; Wm. Alder
man, b ? Stormer; H. Barnes, b m Mountain Girl-
K. T. Kneebes, br s Elinwood Chief; 8. J. Phelps
br m Capitola; John Vanhorn, bl m Lady Florence'
Win. Parker, br m Mollie B.; J. C. Oswald, eh m
Free-for-all Pace, Purse *SCO— I). V?. Day, r a
Billy Hortou; George P. Umith, eh % John H.- IX
H. Hersey, b ■* Ed Coleman: P. Nelson, c s Billy N •
P. Lcn^ilon, X s Gray Dan.
2:37 Class, Purse «S(»O— J. A. Elliott, b m Lady El
liott: George P. Smith, bl a Black Jim: Isaac'sta
pies, by Zip; E. A. Parker, br m Nettie G.; Simons
& Clough, b a Silas Wright: H. Seeley, br a John
Thomas, A. Jorff, b g Fashion; D. P, Smith, b m
Haggle Kevin; B. M. Montross, b r Limber Jack-
John Archer, bl m Susie Jndd; L. O. Turner Ra
cine, Wip., eh m Maud H.
2:50 Clas?, Purge *500— E. A. Parker, br m Nettie
G; Isaac Staples, eh s Viator: John Archer bl m
Lula Judd; W. H. Matthews, b m Prilla; J. F. Ap
pleby, eh g Cambria Boy; S. F. Jackson, br s Vol
unteer, Jr.; H. Barns, br m Orinda.
Gentlemen's Road Race, Purse £250— Spear k
Whltoomb, bl m Kitty Stratton; J. F. Appleby, be
j C'i.:rlie; A. H. Hederly, eh s Green Mountain Boj-
K. F. .Jones, s s Gold Beal:S. C. Tatro, gg Deck
Pacers Without Record, Purse *250— D. H Her
sey, b g Ed. Coleman: P. Nelson, c g Billy N'j Matt
J. Boom, b g Tnckey B; F. Benjamin, b m Ella B-
P. Langdon, gg Grey Dan.
The entries in the races for trotting and pacing
joat closed, give some idea of the general ma-nu
tude of every department of the Fair. In the his
tory of all former managements there has never
been such a tieW of horses iv all classes, as is now
positively entered for next week's races. As will be
seen, the list embraces the "b^st blood of the trot
ting class," and insures hotly contested races. No
hippi ulroming, and the lowering of many records
The blood of the famous Abdallahs, Almonts!
Hambletonian*. Black Hawks, Mainbrinos, Bashaws
and Ethan Alleus courses the veins of many of
these famous horses, which, together with the
prejudices and pride of their owners and drivers,
will indo.ee a "struggle for the front hitherto never
■witnessed on a Minneapolis track.
.imp wist (mm
LOST— An English Bull Dog (warn colored),
soar over r<ghr ear. A reward of $10 will
be paid for information of the whereabouts of
the animal. F. G. Hurst, 242 Hennepin avenue.
FOUND— On Portland avenue, a gun and case.
. Owner can have same by paying expenses
and proving property. J. A. Ridgeway, No. 6
Washington avenue . 229
JA. CARLSON'S Employment Office, 105
• First street north. Telephone con
nections. First-class help furnished on ap
QAFES-^- A large invoice of Briggs' safes just
k? received. One specially fine tire and burg
lar safe. An assortment of second hand safes,
different makes, cheap. Scales, money drawers,
etc. 31. D. Rowley & Co., general agents, 15
Fourth street south. Minneapolis, Minn. 179*
ill's M 'Em Fly Paper.
It catches them all, both great and small, of
every tribe and nation. Try it. Only 5c a
ehc 3t Ask your druggist or grocer for it. Use
none other. Ileepectfnlly.
JOS. R. HOFFLIN,
Druggist, Minneapolis, Minn.
Dr. A. J. DEXTER
Cures all diseases Speedily and Permanently.
Has effected a large number of miraculous cures
which are testified to by sworn affidavits, on file
in his office. Dr. Dexter is endorsed by all the
newspapers in St.. Paul and Minneapolis and
throughout the U. 8., and by many prominent
men and women of national reputation. Before
leaving Jacksonville, Florida, Dr. Dexter was
presented with a valuable Gold and Diamond
Medal by his patients and friends. The medal
is now on exhibition at Harry Legg's Diamond
Palace, Nioollet avenue.
Particular attention paid to Special, Chbonio
and Nervous diseases, Diseases of Long Stand
ing and cases pronounced Incurable. Will
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Consumption, Bright' Disease, Dyspepsia,
all diseases of the Heart, Liver, Kidneys, Blad
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second floor, entrance on NicoHet. Residence,
Nicollet Housb, Minneapolis, Minn. Office
hours: 9a.m. to 1 p. m., 2to 5:30 p.m. Open
during the evening only from 7 to 9 o'clock,
and on Sundays from 9 a. m. to ' p. m., only.
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but apply at once to Dr«. REEVES * TURNER,
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WOMEN.— If you have a mother, wife or si<
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such diseases rapidly and permanently.
KIDNEYS AN" I)LAI)DER.-if your urine
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or if there is a heavy, dragging or bearing down
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fore your case is beyond the reach of medical skill,
or before grim Death hurries you to a premature'
There are many of the age of thirty to sixty who.
are often troubled with too frequent evacuat :ons or
the bladder, often accompanied by a slight smart
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tem in a manner the patient cannot account for.
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will often be found, and sometimes small particles
of albumen will appear or the color be of u;thin,
milkif hue, again changing to a dark or torpid ap
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TO CONTBACTOi !
Proposals for Patrol Stable.
Cut Clerk's Office, )
Saint Paul, August 10, 18a3. )
Sealed proposals marked "Proposals for Sta
ble," will be received at this office, until Tuesday,
the 21st day of August, A. D. 1883, at 3 o'clock
p. m . , for furnishing the necessary materials for
and the construction of a stabls for the police
patrol service, in the rear of the city hall build
ing, in accordance with plans and specifications
therefor on file in this office.
A bond in 20 per cent, of the aggregate amount
of the proposal must accompany ouch proposal.
The Common Council reserves the right to re
ject any and all bids.
By order of Common Council,
THOS. A. PKENDERGAST,
223-2H3 City Clerk.
Sill CENTER ACADEMY,
This institution is'the "Grove Lake Academy
of Individual Instruction," which by a liberal
bonus of land and money by the people of Sauk
Center is now located on the banks of Sank lake,
one and a half miles from the village. The
school will enter on its seventh yea and resume •
business on Monday, September 3 This school
has been a complete success, an Las given to
its patrons entire satisfaction. No classes.
Pupils recite alone in private roo x 6. lieference
to the business and professiona 3 men of Sank
Center. It will pay parents win. have sons to
educats from home to send for -,-' cular and rule&
of this institution. We have mple accommo
dation for eighty (80) boarders
sun,eat,wkly THE EINCIPAL.
i§ HAS BEEN PROCESS h
| „ The SUREST CURE for "5
P Bk? EMPIRE V Cfe n£sP= a r*'»"ff* >
V* Doeealarno back or disordered urir.o iadl-P
£ cate that you are a victim? THEf BO XiC3 "
c HESITATE; cse Kidney-Wort at ones, (drug- 5
5 recommend it) and it vrill s-pes-Mly o-rcr
w cone the disease and restore healthy a;;: j %
£ L*^ d 5 vE*^ . * For 001E Iii = t 3 peculiar >
5 ™**'«*i's>«»" toyoiT sex, suciss pain —
andv/eaknes2Cs,Kidaey- - Wcrti3-.iE£tJi>36sed, »
U as it Trill act promptly and safely. »
a Either Ser. Incontinence, retention of urine, c
*> brick dust or ropy deposits, and dull dragging C
O pain 3, all speedily yield to its curative poorer H
43- SOLD BY ALL DS.T7GCISTS. Pric° £"> !*
< ■ ■
, "By a thorough knowledge ox the natural
laws which govern the operations of digestion
and nutrition, and by a oaref ukjpplicatiou of th«
fane properties of well-selected Cocoa, Mr. Epm
Las provided our breakfast tables with a deli
cately flavored beverage which may save am
many heavy doctors' bills. It is bytheiodl
cious use of such articles of diet that a cocstita
tion may be built up until strong econch to rZ
nat every tendency of disease. Hundreds 5
subtle maladies are floating around us ready to
attack wherever there is a weak point. Wemi.
escape many a fatal shaft by keeping ourselvS
well fortified with pure blood and \ v£p%Z
nourished frame. "-CfvtZ Service Gazette
JAMES EPPS « Ca ""Si£S,2S!2