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MILE If S.
The Minneapolis office of the Dailt Globe has
teen removed to 213 Henncpin avenue, S. J.
"lark, bus i:. manager of the department.
The Daily Globe
ran be found on sale every morning at the fol
lowing news stands:
The ' West Hotel, the Union Depot, Nlc
sllct House new« stand, St. James Hotel
news stand, J. W. Ayers, South Third street
between Nicoliet and Henncpins avenue, W. E.
f;rrriah, COl South Washington avenue, W. 11.
Stirkney, 517 Cedar avenue. Oeo. A.
Morse, 206 Central avenue, £. A.
Taylor, 220 Hennepln avenue, C. R.
Murphy, 208 Ilennepin avenue, 11. Hoeffner,
J221 W.-irhiuiMon avenue north, and Hedderly &
Co,, 55 Central avenue. ___— »
Democratic County Ticket.
Member of Congress— O. C. MERRIMAN.
Judge of District Court— Sß AGRA YE SMITH.
County Auditor— CHARLES HOAG.
Sheriff— P. P. SWBKSOX.
Register of Deeds— ANTON GRETHEN.
County Attorney— J. W. COCIIRANE.
County Surveyor— B. F. CHRISTLIEB.
Coroner— l)n. .1. I. TIBBETTS.
Clerk District Court— B. N. CARRIER.
B. P. DUNNINGTON*, JOS. H. POND.
UEr-RKSENTATIVES THIUTIETH UIBTRICT.
F. L. MORSE, HERMAN J. HEIN,
ISAAC ATWATER. 3. CORCORAN.
KErr.ESJCNTATIVES TWENTY-NINTH DIBTBICT. '
A. SIEGMAN, L. H. SMITH,
JKO. LALLY, A. BACIIDAHL,
WALTER McLEOD, PETER MILLER.
The hippodrome end of the Journal says:
Mr. Ftiedlaador, who presided at the Inde
pendent Canadian meeting at Democratic bead
quarters last evening, declares that the assertion
made in the Globe that the Canadian-Americans
declared in favor of the Democratic party, is
/alse. They did not declare in favor of any
(■arty, and would have decided Mich a resolution
uut of order. •'Bravo."
The ucther end of the evil paper cannot
gainsay the fact that all political speeches
made were decidedly Demoerutic in charac
ter, save one, and that was made by a Pro
hibitionist, Dr. Emery, and lie Oppoaed the
Hi-publican party in vigorous language. It
w;is be who said that Canadians arc not cat
tle and that they will not be driven Into tlie
Republican party as was contemplated by
the Harrison ball fraud. Bravo several
Da. Ames was railed upon by the mayor to
furnish information nn he promised, respecting
the allegation that a certain official had visited a
woman and told her that she would be arrested
If she did not give him a certain sum of
money. Dr. Ames has kept bis promise good.
He called upon Mayor Pillsbnry yesterday
Bad gave information which will lead to atearth-
After reading the Globe'.h expose of the old
Cutter homestead yesterday morning by those
■who had previously said that they would vote for
Gilnllan, changed their minds and will support
Hon. O. C. Mcrriroan.
Now that the registration has been completed,
it la t ho duty of every Democrat to see that the
voters are taken to the polls.
The opposition cannot utter a word against the
character or fitness of Hon. Anton Grethcn for
the office of register of deeds.
Two more days to work for the full ticket.
The day was not productive of newsy events.
The St. James hotel is now running again.
The Minneapolis Press club meets at 3:30 to
The police telegraph system will go into oper
The city council will hold a regular meeting
The fire department of this city became a full
paid organization yesterday.
The registration this time exceeds any former
registration by many thousands.
Win. Geo. Hollins m yesterday admitted to
practice from the bar of Colorado.
The day and n Ight forces of the police depart
ment exchanged watches yesterday.
During the past week about 1,000 foreigners
became naturalized in the district court.
Lcander Richardson, of the New York Jour
'■-''.. '. will lecture in this city on November 17.
Jluberbier's Cafe at 205 Nicoliet, gives the
best meal or lunch for the least money in the
It was the Robert Emmet Literary association
which had the ball in Wiudaiu hall on Friday
The Father Mathew T. A. society will hold a
regular meeting this evening in Catholic Associ
The second precinct of the Sixth ward has
registered 1,342 names, 228 of which registered
The east siders will rally to-morrow night, that
is, the Democratic cast siders, and it will bo in
There arc a number of rumors afloat of a de
cidedly sensational nature, and will develop
probably in a few days.
la consequence of the election the Philhar
monic rehearsal announced for to-morrow was
postponed for a week.
Yesterday afternoon while at the postofllce a
ichoolma'am got her portmonie containing $10
etolcu from her pocket.
Rev. I). Morgan will address the Eighth ward
Prohibition club at Chesnut hull at 3:30 this
Sixteen warranty deeds were recorded with
register ok deeds, the considerations of which
amounted to $10, so;.
Felix McNamee, Kerva Goldblum and Harry
Jacobs were admitted to full citizenship in the
district court yesterday.
At 2:30 o'clock on Thursday afternoon the
Hahaeauaa ward association holds its annual
meeting at the parlors of the Church of the Re
Last Friday night a raid was made by burglars
upon the residence of Mr. Wallihaw, of the
Northwest cm J/iM/,|but fortunately they ob
tained no booty.
C. W. Smith, superintendent of schools for
Iletinepin < .unty, Is arranging for a teacher's
excursion to the New Orleans exposition during
Aid. Glenn, who has been confined to his home
for several weeks with Illness, was much better
yesterday, and his friends hope to see him out
again in a few days.
The First ward Democratic club will hold a
mass meeting on Monday evening at 7:30, at
Keller's store, Adams street northeast. Good
speakers will be in attendance.
The committee on claims of the county com
missioners met yesterday morningat the auditors'
Office to pass on bills to be presented at the
commissioners' meeting Monday.
' A small fire occurred yesterday on Twelfth
•venue north near Eighth street. The depart
ment readily responded and extinguished the
bla» before any damage wan done.
' A plat of W. 11. Johnson's subdivision of frac
tional lots 11 and 12, block 20, Murphy's addi
tion, was yesterday filed with the register of
deeds. The addition lies on Riverside avenue
near Twcuty-Becoud avenue south.
hundred and seventy warranty deeds, 119
quit claims, 528 mortgage deeds, and fifteen
plats were filed with the register of deeds during
October. Daring September 844 transfers, no
quit claims, 401 mortgages and seven plats.
"Francisco Da Rimini" ran nine week at Will
lock's Star theater. New York. It is from the
pea Hob. Goo. H. Baker, a whilom United
States minister to Turkey, aud now president of
the i i. ion League club, Philadelphia.
fl Superintendent of Schools C. H. Smith, is
making an effort to organize a school teachers'
IZCUrsloa to the New Orleans exposition, to take
place during the winter vacation. The more
joing the cheaper trill be the rates to be secured
aver the railroads. ;
The chairmen of the various political county
jommittees have issued sa address to the judges
indclerks of election, directing their attention
Hid recommending a stri-t adherence to the law
'bearing on the canvassing of votes cast at the
joining election In this city.
Detectives Oloasoa and Qninlan did a good
iay> work yesterday. They have good reason
a believe that they have corralled the three men
wbo shot John Bamstadt, : and they caught a
horse thief and a highwayman besides. The
bonse thief is from Hustings, where be stole a
Nj'.-c »Mvd bugnr urd .brought them to Minne
apolis. He had the horse put 'Into Karrington's
vtablct. where be got another. Detective Qaln
l»n found him riding with a woman on First
David i!iake!y returned yesterday from New
York and car- the boat of musical txlent will be
obtained by him for the spring festival. Patrick
S. Gllmore, the Boston jnbilee men. may be one
of the musical celebrities to be engaged by Mr.
niaki ly for the occasion.
Judge Young yesterday in the district court
granted Bertha M. Lee a divorce from Uichard
S. Lee. ' She i» twcuty-slx years old and he U
forty-four. They were mar: in September
1870. Infernal cruelty, neglect, and bmm every
other crime was alleged and not denied.
Yesterday Chief West received a telegram
from (ilyndon s.-fcicz the arrest of M. Vinrr for
highway robbery. Detectlres Quiubn and
Gleai<oii worked the case up and they caught
their man. who confezsei his guilt. lie is ~!-o
suspected of be ! :i2 conuectc 1 with the fhootiu^
affray of -"lay night.
Eliza J. Flalre yesterday in the district court
, commenced an action against the city to recover
£.i.o:ti) damages, alleging that while passing
along Third avenue t-outh, towards Washington
avenue last .January, she slipped and fell by
reason of a defective i klewalk breaking* one of
her wrists, and otherwise Injuring herself.
John Swensou and Lena Peterson, Wtn. Bal
derf and Ida M. Sutherland, Ire* Pedcriion and
Amu • Knudson, Geo. W. Cushing and Hul'lah
hlomquist, Kphraim Johii'-on and Am::nd If.
OlHon, I. :.i- O. Grady and Annie Harry, James
Gibbons and Ma. Bhlsken, Alfred Carlson
and Augusta Johnson, Joseph Thoioaa aud Kule
Holyman yesterday obtained marriage licenses.
The jury in the case of Timothy W. Moran
vs. Donahue A Mahoney, the legal firm, yester
day returned a verdict for the plaintiff for
Sn>B3B.Bj. The plaintiff in a former suit, in
which defend. were hi* attorney*, oMaiucd a
judL'inenl for Si,■ --*••. For this the plaintiff*
charged $1,200 for legal services. The plaintiff
demurred and sued for lie entire amount but
got only J-2,833.80, which leaves about *175 for
the defendants' boa. A stay of proceed was
ordered for thirty days.
.Mr. Bailey, cupcrintenticnt of the manufac
-1 turing ami mechanical department for Minne
sota at the world's ■-'■) a, invites every
body having models of any kind that they wish
to exhibit in the world's exposition to commun
icate with him at his o3lce, 257 First avenne
south, room 14. They will he put on exhibition
i in the state collective department and returned
| to owners after the close of the exposition free
of charge. Articles most bo sent in before
November 10, M the .Minnesota exhibit will be
shipped on the 12lh.
■ A long talk on pedagogics was given yesterday
by Prof.Tousley to his school ma'ams, and in the
evening be delivered a kky rocket -publican
speech in Armory MIL In clap-trap oratory tin
ex-consul it- nurivalod by any man in the city.
As regards pedagogic* be ba« never given utter
ance to one original idea on the subject, as uny
one can find out by reading educational journals.
And yet, notw:tin»tandiu£ ili ■ fact, the Kepubli
can skeeta of this city and the /'. P. of St. Paul,
for political service rendered on the Stamp, give
long account!* of the professor's twaddle to his
The Formerly Poor and Now liich
Ho Forgets to Endorse Gllflllan and Is Called
Back to Do It.
Several Or fat 31in<U Relieved— Th* Coun
try Sartd at Armory Hall.
The Republicans arranged for another "grand
outpouring of the BM8OM" last night, and em
ployed the usual tactics of handbills,
bands, etc., to make it entirely spontaneous.
Armory ball was at 8 o'clock filled to Its utmost
capacity (except half of it), and after some
weary waiting, during which sweet music was
discoursed by a band consisting principally of a
tuba and a base drum, Hon. Hihiini Windom,
Gov. PiMsbury, Aid. Sly, V. O. Hush, Prof.
TouHcly. Judson N. Croat, 11. G. O. Morriaon
and other patriots with Gilfillan at their rear
marched in and took seats upon the platform.
Tin- lii.-l thing was tbecltction of a cuairmuu uud
Aid. Sly who id engaged for that purpose, for
the- campaign, accordingly moved that Gov.
Pillsbury bo chosen chairman. Dr. C. J. Evans
was then made secretary. Achoruaof colored
jubilee 6lngers sang a selection, the chorus of
which was "Hooray for Ulain and Logan." Their
singing created great applause and there was
a vigorous call for their reappearance, which
hud to be obeyed in spite of the fea&t of reason
and eloquence that was to come.
The first announcement was 'to the effect
that Judson N. Cross would give his whole time
Prof. Tousely, which announcement created *till
further applause, evidently removing a feeling of
Windom was. the first speaker trotted out.
Hip first gtatcmeut was a very fair example of
lie said the difference between the Democratic
and Republican party was that the first was in
variably wrong, the latter invariably right.
The reason was that the Democratic
party hi composed of a civilization
born from human slavery. Hence it m that
that parly could not believe in the dt.'nily of hu
waii labor, and was invariably upon the wrong
bide of all great questions.
The Republican party is in favor of a protec
tive tariff, the Democratic party is in favor of no
particular policy except as local i.««ues
dictate. lie then undertook to show,
by misquoting the meaning of
the various Democratic platforms since 16CS
that the party has been inconsistent, and that
the platform of to-day means uoihing. At heart,
however, he thought lU-mocra.iy wanted a tariff
for revenue only, which he designated M free
trade tsinion pure. lie next called attention to
the Republican doctrine of protection claiming
for it, first, that it increases manufacturers; sec
ond, eucourages competition, thus cheapening
the cost and price of products; third, that it
gives employment for labor from M to 100 per
cent, more than could be possible under free
trade; fourth, that it diversifies our industries;
fifth, that it keeps our money at home, lie then
took up each one of these propositions separately
and to prove his first assertion quoted from Mul
hall, the English economist, to «how that our in
dustries have greatly increased and made a com
parison to show how greatly our manufactured
products exceed those of European countries.
To show that competition is encouraged by
protection, he quoted prices, etc., to MOV that
the prices of various articles of merchandise have
decreased. Protection gives employment ac
cording, and for this reason, if we should have
free trade everything would go to smash— then
there would not be employment forany one. He
claimed that the farmer is benefit ted more than
any other class of labor, for the reason that a
proteciive tariff increases manufactories, thus
creating the number of consumers.
His whole argument was based upon
the proposition that we owe all to
protection. The country has increased in wealth
and population — therefore it was done by pro
tection. He hardly stopped short of raying that
protection had kept off cholera, war and famine.
He threatened destruction of all manner and
kind if protection is taken away, evidently try
ing to work upou the fears of his hearers. He
called free trade a theory and protection a fact,
and taflicd the noble worklngiiitn
almost to nausea; called Minneapolis
an "unconquerable city;" claimed that .Great
Britain had subsidized the Democratic party in
the interest of free trade. Bo ha went on at
considerable length, claiming everything good
for Republicans and pretection, and laying ev
ery thing bad to the door of Democracy, and
wound up with the old bug bear that the. Demo
crats, bhould they get into power, will pension
the Babel soldiers, He clostd with the state
ment, that if lilaine is defeated, that the roughs
of New York aud the rebels of the South will
rule and ruin the country.
AX nttf ajßaiMl OVERSIGHT. '
The band played neit, and during the music
the hea-is of the lealera on the stage were seen
to get together about Windom and gesticulate
j frantically. The cause was mob apparent, for
j Windom came forward an l it suddenly occurred
to everybody at the same time — "he has for
gotten to endorse Gilfillan. That was the cas«,
•nd the distinguished senator proceei^d for
about thirty seconds to appeal for Gilflllau, say
ing, "For heaven's sake don't Bend a Democrat
Prof. io:.Hley. of magic lantern fame, w is next
introduced end gave *ome of his views. He was
funny, as usual,' and said nothing that was new
or original ; it was simply the wall known Tons
i ley speech. He commenced at the creation an*
tiUk^d about everything that he could think of,
; proving extremely tiresome. It It quite evident
that he don't have an opportunity often to
In the pursuit of the good things of this
world ire anticipate too much; we eat out the
heart and sweetness of worldly pleasures by
delightful forethought of them. The results
obtained from the use. of Dr. Jones' Red
Clover Tonic far exceed all claims. It cures
dyspepsia and "all stomach, liver, kidney and
bladder troubles. It is a perfect tonic, ap
petizer, blood purifier, a sure cure for. ague
and malarial diseases. Price 50 cents," of
P. J. DreW, Ninth and St. Peter strlets.
THE ST. PAUL STXDAY GLOBR SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBERS, 1884.
CLOSING THE RANKS.
The Final Grand Democratic
lially in Market; Hall a
j lion. Morton S. Wilkinson Fires Hot
Shot into the Disordered Re
Dr. Ames Creates Wild Enthusiasm as
Usual- 31. Wilson, D. If. Johnson
A. T. Ankeny. and Others.
Market hall was packed to overflowing lift
' n.'.-bt on the occasion of the grand rally given by
the Democrats. A brass band discoursed enter
. taining music.
J. J. .\nkn\ called the meeting to order and
announced That the Democratic county commit
tee bed selected Hon. E. M. Wilson a» chairman.
TLi: various rice president* of the different
I Democratic dabs were invited to »eaU on the
HON. E. *. W|L*OS.
Mr. Wil*on upon taking the chair call:
This i* the. last night but one on which we can
i have a political meeting. Throe more day* moat
i decide thU great contest. It i» thus for you as
f rvc citizens of this. great republic to decide how j
you shall cast your vote. Asa Democrat I stand ;
here as the advo<-ale of the Democratic leader of
hom-st,? aud reform, and that man is U rover
Clcvtluud [Loud cheers.] The character of the
man is best known by bis actions. i
UroTcr Clcvelerid started In life a poor boy, as a
clerk in a store. He educated hiinsclf. He has
officiated as sheriff and as mr.yur of a great city,
and there be was not found wanting. He was
then tailed to the gubernatorial m at of the great
| empire stale and hr was i.ut fuutid wanting. He
proved himself a man with unurual execolive
I ability, and a reformer. His opponent i- JaBMO
jG. Ulainc. He is a man of ability and
a »tatceinan. Wo do not question that.
I will ray nothing about the scandals raised.
They should not have been brought into the
campaign. It is only the public records of these
two candidates that we arc concerned in. lean
only »ay that if the allegations which have been
published in the Republican pre»», arc true he is
not a lit man for tin- presidency. Thote papers are
now supporting him and abasing the Democratic
party. They have never, bowcrcr, taken back a
Mu'jrle thing ••vim which they charged him
when be lint came up ass randidate for the
nomination. Tbu New York Tribune kupportw
Mr. I'.Uiue and because it U owned by Jay
We have selected a man who has lived here
from the foundatiou of the city, be ba« a repu
tation beyond reproach.* if anybody wanted to
ti:»l an honest man, he would take the shortest
cut and go directly to < apt. O. C. Merriman jap
plau»e.| Ho is a prominent business
man and intimately connected with the interests
Of the city— has the city's welfare at heart. They
!>.iy, "Ye?, Mr. Mcrriman is a good man, but we i
■Ml not support him because of the rebels in
the south." They «ay, *-lft'apt. Mcrriman is
elected be will gel down with those southerners
in Washington and they will control his vote."'
Now, is (apt. Merriman that kind
of a - man? ('apt. Merriman vat a
true union soldier. Now, on the other band
there is Mr. Gil&llan, and as a roan said to-day,
he is trying to get Democratic votes when he
can't control oin--hn"f of bis own party. Now,
what arc we to conclude when the Republican
leaders ray they will not support him? One man
ha.- the unanimous endorsement of his party and
bis* follow citizens and the other cannot get one
half the votes of hi* party in his horne — in this
city. The very men who nominated
Gilfillan were bolters and stood ready to bolt if
Mr. Fletcher should be nominated. They had
urged Capt. Mcrriman to become a candidate to
defeat Fletcher, and It m then supposed that
Fletcher was going to got the nomination. They
also came to me and made
They asked me to run and they promised to sup
port me. They were bolters then but
now they cry out In horror, as it were,
"Oh, don't be a bolter." It makes a deal Of
difference whose ox is being gored.
The tariff is a wrong system. Now, this year
the exports were $747,000,000. Of this there wa"
cotton, $197,000,000; provisions, $164,000,000;
breadstuff*. Si 14,000,000; tobacco, $20.000,000 :
oils,S3l),000,000; gold and silver,s.;B,ooo,ooo:iuid
all (BOM articles are unprotected by a dollar of
tax and arc the products of this great country.
Of this enormous sum the working men have to
At this point the torchlight procession arrived
and filed in, but had to stand up, as the seats
were all filled.
James G. ISlaine was a member of the commit
tee which reported ir. favor of the convict labor
system, li: the state of Illinois the convict ring
| M mi institution which is supplying building inc
ti-rials for many of our largest buildings in Min
neap. i. In our own slate the convicts are
farmed out for forty-seven cents a day,
and Joha B. ill! Lan in the
ft ate legislature voted for it. Think of it.
Mr. Wilson introduced, as a mail who had
served this state with him in congress, with
honor and credit. He introduced
JJ.'V xor.xox. .-. ■mii.kinso:;,
who said :
I see on this platform the gallant captain,
whom you are about to ci »t to roiigrctt. and I
ask that ft It If be brought np her«. The la'ge
American lag was placed over the stage amidat
the wildest enthusiasm Mi cheers
Mr Wilkinson then returned his addles* and
spoke of making an address from the balcony of
the Nicoliet hsuse many year* ago, and CM
then the fame of the city bad extended* all over
the wold, and be ci-teemed ii an honor to again
address Minneapolis citizen*. He continued:
We arc now about to close one of the most ex
citing presidential campaign ever wit
netted on this continent. In some
particulars . it is the most marvelous.
Whenever did you before mc a presidential can
didate flying across the continent with disheveled
hair at the rate of thirty miles an hour to beg
for votes. Abraham Lincoln when asked to
stump Illinoit when ■ candidate be said, "No, I
will never beg votes" What is it to-day? The
most remarkable spectacle ever witnessed,
Mr. lib iii!» going n;» and down the vailcys
of Ohio, into Indiana, Illinois »nd other stater,
telling people that they would klarve if they do
not vote lor him, and then comes over the wir^s
from New York the telerram, "Coma back for
honor a take, and mi the old Empire state "
[Prolonged cheer*. J Haw caa the voters of
thin MM vote for Milo White, Knut* Nelson,
Major Strait, Mr. Wak*3eld mm! then vote for
James G. Blainr,? T!iese men opposed the
protective tariff, and 1 think they were riu'ht 1
was hi the house when the lailff was Irought in
mil it was discussed for eight weeks. Gen.
Schenk git very angry at the opposition and said.
■I .in *». the f%te of this btJ It is drsthied to
1>« bilb'.rd to pie ■•- by pi-mlres." This brought
.U-k Logan to hi* Oet and bo took
O*n, S-h«;nk ta t .-..,'» for applying
that _ epithet to the repr*«et. I
of the ur««t •;rl<-nltanl <ll.«trict*. Gen.
Schenk agkin got up at.. l saM, "If Mr. Lo^an o'i.
ject* to my warding 1 will . hange it. 1 will say
it i* to M kicked to d«ith by grasthoppers.
John A. Lo£«n, the ii> im.li!: an candidate for
vlca ■Meat then atlrorated the MMM
of tho agricultural districts, but to day he is In
favor of a» high or higher pro
tective tariff thin ever did 11-iny Clay. They
arc puttiu» fiMi. "<:.».:, n» of the people's money
ii.ta tim treasury when it i. not n;eded. If you '
take lbs inor:cy from the peopls and park It
away in creat rattlUas in Russia, then th ■ people
will become Impoverished. Th« "zarof l(u>»ia has
pile! the peoples money ii.io vaults waiilig for
a war to bretk cut and then to tnke out the
hundreds of million:} of dollers. In that country
the czar is th«t govirnm-nt, the people rerfa,
slaves. Just so in this country. The people ere
the government. The silver which i* burled in
Watliinglon would make
' A TRAIN rif'.Cty IttI.ES I.OXO,
and thus money was taken from the people.
Now Mr. Dunnell says that so ioug a* this silver
is In Washington the currency of the country
will be valid. Supposing that silver is in cir
culation, and in the pockets of the people, do
you thick this government would repudiate its
currency? Is it probable Now, lam in favor j
of having all the money possible in circulation, |
and keep in the treasury o&ly so much as would
be *afe upon which to -"conduct
a wise . and economical government.
Mr. Windom in his speech
at Taylors Falls raid it was necessary to hare a
tariff to protect manufacturers. He also raid it
made articles manufactured cheaper. A gentle
man who beard this speech asked how it was.
He couldn't understand it. I t-aid. It is as plain
as the MM) on on your face. Mr. Windom did
not tell the truth. |Cheers.J Mr. Windom and
a second David you have in Minneapolis
NAM £11 TOrSLKV,
say that the laborers must be protected. For
every plow purchased by the farmer, $3.50 have
to bo paid for urlH; tor every rake,
shovel, hoe, ax or any Other implement a* well
as every j.!»cc of cloth the amount of the tariff
goes tuto the pocket« of the manufacturer* if
they happened to *•' manufactured in this conn- '
try. Look at the repot** of the finance of the
banks in th» spring. They inquire respecting
the prospects of the agricultural product* of the
country. If the ■ farmers f #ll. the country is
thrown into a panic. The tana? wu fixed when
the war wa« In progress. I voted for it. I v.«t*«l
to tax every thing I could think of and that so
that our grand old Bag might bo pro
tected. But the war e&ded and we
bad no more use for the
tariff. It has served it* purpose. It paid the
ezpeii|es of the great rebellion. Mr. Tousley
tried to sneer at Mr. Cleveland. lie Ml* he
could not compare Mr Blaiaeand Mr. Cleveland,
lie »aW be could not compare a steam engine to
a squirt gun. Think of such language from
your superintendent of *cboo>*.
Here the speaker related the Mulligan letters
mutter, and was frequently applauded.
He also spoke of thotc letter* relative to
Blaine'* denial that he had ever owned an acre ■
of coal lands in the ft ate of Ot>io, and to the '
publication of those letter* exhibiting the fact
that Blame had purchased large tract*. He said:
Do your ministers want him elee'ed? If they do
they want the greatest liar elected. Oh, my
friends it is a burning shame to hold up
such a man before our young men aa an example
of a great- statesman. The opposition
sneer at Cleveland. They - say he has not any
political record. I wish to God that James G.
Ulaine never had.
Mr. Toasly wat arraigned in the most san
tic language and the audience appreciated it
highly. They cheered acd applauded almost
continuourly and always when Tousiy's name
The speaker -poke at length on Mr. Cleve
land's political record, his record a* the reform
mayor of Buffalo, when he broke up a tx-rtuf
thieves, and the record of hi* career a* gover
nor of the state of New York, where he defeated
many di»hone«t dealgus, and of his carrying the
New York delegation in the Chicago convention
upon the banuer of reform. The brightest
luminarW of the country, he said, U> -day have
united with that vast throti^', that va»l proces
sion of reform. Thlak of the magnttccnt rr*i
deuce owned by Jame* G. Blaino in Washington,
Think of the S'.o.o.ii «hkh he hold* in Ohio
mining stock. Think of the $2.0iK),00m which he
has sccurrd from no other source than b-ing a
politician, a congrcfsiuaii in W»#lii._
KrnnUte the example of the great Lincoln and
the -•at Henry Clay. Write no letters you
•rash burncl. Re t.ur, be ju.t, but
above all things be honest and
truthful in office. If the young men of this
country will do that, this country will be the
grandest, the freest, happiest, the richest coun
try upon the face of this earth.
I AIT. O C. MEIUUW XX
being introduced said, I stand before yen a can
didate for congress. Ido not believe as a candi
date to beg for your vote*, and if I did I should
not engage in «peerhtnakmg to-ai^ht. You know
my life, and that life must be uiy speech. . The
life of a man from day to day, from
year to year, shows what the man
is. If my life has not been that which yon can
endorse then condemn me. This, gentlemen, is
my speech here to-night.
riiiEs "int. aim' 1
filled the hall, and the gathering would not be
satisfied until the popular ex-mayor stepped be
fore the footlights, ne was tendered a perfect
ovation of cheer* and applause. Dr. Ames
begun by commending Mr. Wilkinson,
whom he bad . known for year*. He
Mai: Mr. Wilkinson has informed
me of one thing which I had lost sight of. He
ssid that Tou»ly was out again. He, ••in- bark
to us from Austria and ran a magic lantern side
bhow. Now I find Tously giving another magic
lantern show. He is exhibiting Jams* O. Biaine's
honesty in office. [Cheers.]
One of the mtuUter* of the gospel goes to Mr.
Blame in New York, and says: Mr. Blame, the
is»ues arc rum, Itomaniem. etc. That will cost
James G. Blame thousands of votes in New
Here the doctor recited the fact that Blame
refused to attend his mother's
funeral in St. - Paul. lie ulso explained
and exposed Gilflllan's brilliant war record, pub
lished in yesterday's Globe. He then spoke of
Capt. Merriman's record as a citizen, a soklier.
a bu»lue«* man, and as an office bolder. As he
closed the people cheered to the echo, Slid in
those clofing remarks he »aid: "Many of yon
are working people. Now, if you wanted a favor
—if you wanted a bill presented to congress in
your interest*, which could you best rely upon,
the g«uial. big-hearted, companionable O. C.
Merriinan or the Icicle J. B. 4;ildliauV '
Col. Crooks, who was Capt. Merriman's colonel
In the army, paid Mr. Merriman a glowing trib
ute. lie said Capt. Merriman was a true and
brave soldier, and a man who while in the ser
vice never shirked his duty, He is the proper
man to represent tbc»e two great cities of the
slate in congress, and I think he will be elected.
lUm*ey county will do her duty.
I)* VIP B. JOHXSOM
was loudly called for, and he made a stirring
speech. He (onipared Grover Cleveland to
Abraham Lincoln, and he predicted Cleveland':
election. He said a vote for Cleveland is a vote
for civil service reform, for an honest adminis
tration government. He hoped the hearers would
vote the entire Democratic ticket, and especially
advocated the candidacy of Judge Scagrave
T. J. Ankeny also contributed to the speech
making of the evening. He spoke of Duunel's
sneering remark that Cleveland had a big neck,
and Mr. Aukeny said: trover Cleveland has a
big neck, we Democrats never deny the truth.
He not only ha* a big neck but he has a big bead,
and in that head is a big brain. He is a big man,
and he ha* big feet, too.
Mr. Ankeny spoke of the peculiar cam
paign being conducted by Jack Logan.
His methods are the reverse of Blame. Blaiue
urges protective tariff and Logan advocates
opening of foreign morket*. Blame raise* the
bloody shirt and Jack Logan writes to rebel
brigadier generals to stand by him.
I believe a* firmly a* I believe I stand here
that (Jrover Cleveland will be elected. •[Cheer*.]
I make the prediction that Cleveland will carry
the county of Ilennepln. You a* Democrats have
one duty to perform now, and that Is to go to the
polls and stand there all day and vote for the en
tire ticket. Ido not u!«h to cay a thing Mates!
tbe Kepublican candidate for congress. I will
leave all that to the Republicans themselves.
Yon know Capt. U«rrlman and you will vote and
work for him. We have a strong ticket. Yon
must vote for one and all, and if you do your
duty we wiil elect the entire Democratic ticket,
In all tte speeches uttered by Bla'.ne, and in the
books written by Blaii»e, there is not one senti
ment which will compare with Grover Cleve
land's famous Newark speech. [Cheers. J
Eau Claire Lumber Co. vs. Neritt £ Clendinin ;
action to recover $-8:. 49 for goods sold.
Jin, C. Oilman to Julius W. Sbadewald; deed
of assignment for the benefit of creditors filed.
John Maher vs. Geo. Keller; action to recover
$57.75 for services on contract.
<>. F. Haynes vs. McKay & Son; action to re
cover $63.23 for goods sold.
Eliza J. Flake vs. City of Minneapolis; action
to recover $3,000 for injuries to person from de
Nils l.ar«cn, et al., A. A. McKain^; action to
recover possession of a printing press and $50
Hiram Clark, as assignee of O. K. Wood A Co.
to. Chrnter W. Prouty ; actioa to recover $93.90
on a prom!?»ory not.-.
S. 11. Wood vs. J.J. Doll; action to recover
$471.59 on promissory notes.
Merrill * Ryan vs. E. T. Atwood; transcript
of docket filed.
[Before Judge Locbren.]
Bobert N. Brittala vs. D. J. Meeker et al. ;
verdict for plaintiff of $330.
Corneiius B. Shore vs. Augustus G. Parkhnrst;
Before Judge Koon. |
Jaw. A. Paine ct al. vs. Chas. A. Smith; tried;
verdict for defendant.
Timothy W. Mann vs. Win. 11. Donahue et al. ;
jury returned a verdict for plaintiff for $253.53.
SPECIAL TIBI CALaiiDAB.
(Before Jadge Young. j
John F. Fcott vs. Wai. W. Brown; continued
P. £. Pa»ha v*. Frank Stansfleld, defendant.
Camp & Walker, garnishec: dismissed.
Stephen l'.oth vs. Annie Ghostlcy et al., no ap
pearance; stricken from calendar-
K.luin Drake vs. J. S. I'hiibrook; trial and
judgment found for plaintiff.
In ro confirmation of park assessment of
Central park; set for hearing . Monday, Novem
ber 3. -
In re alignment of Thomas &Prl»ell; as
signee discharged. '
K. S. W. Ely vs. Adams, Jcwett & Co. ; con
tinued one week. .
Nelson. Tennty & Co., vs. Geo. C. Eltershank
et al. ; continued one week.
Jerome I. Case, at al. vs. Geo. W. Thomas, et
al. : demurrer to complaint argued and sub
Carroll S. Bartran vs. Wdi. Bicklcy: continued
Catherine Ravelin v*. T. H. Cobb, et al. ; case
tried and judgment for plaintiff.
Henrietta Fruen vs. Henry Frnen; continued
Frederick Cantrovity vs. Masonic Mutual and
Association: motion for plaintiff for leave to
amend reply granted:"-
Nicollet National bank of Minneapolis vs. A. S.
Bliss et al., and Marietta B Walker; disclosure
of gamishee taken and garntshee discharged.
State vs. Kellie Bazalne : motion to set aside
service of citation granted.
Bertha M Lee vs. Richard S. Lee; divorce
In re ar signment of Louis Moelcbert to Joseph
M. Griffith; assignee discharged. IFljll J tfJUHW I
Christian Nort tram vs. St. Paul A Dnluth Rail
road company and Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis
* Omaha Railroad company; demurrer to com
plaint overrated, ■ with leave to defendant to an
Wra. T. Pol ham vs. Lanra Polhamus; action
tried and submitted.
Clara A. Welch vs. George A. Welch ; tried
and divorce granted.
[Before Judge Bailey. I
Ben. Berry, drunkenness; paid la* In
Louis Schwarz, John ntlegrum. John Abra
h»rn»uu. Andrew Anderson aud (ieorjre Ship
way, drunkenness; committed five days
John gwaason, drunkenness ; paid a fine in
Frank Schock, Peter Cower and William
JohB»o:i. vagrancy; sentence suspended.
William Hayes, assault and battery; commit
ted fifteen day*.
Daniel O'Brien, assault and battery ;paid a dee
Pa»k Fleming, assault and batter: d?«char;ed. :
James Frity, assault and battery ; paid a fine in
'Joe. York, drunkenness; committed fire
Alderman M W. Glenn i- convalescing.
S. C. Gale has returned from hi* European
Dr. E. B. Zier and bride have returned from
their wedding tour.
A. S. GilWpie, StUlwater, «v roistered yes
terday at the NRollet.
J. Crittenden, of the Brad street company, New
York, is a cue?t at the West.
Alc:nzo Hand and M!*i Lou Casey will be mar*
ri» 1 next Wednesday at Plymouth church.
Kmil W. Shagren, an old resident of the rttjr,
lelt la*t evening for his old homo in KaJmarian,
ON. W. Penniman and family arrived home
from the New England state* yesterday. Mr.
Penniman nook's at Excel «ior la*t eveninz: will
address the !: form club thin afternoon, speak at
th« SfTcnth »lrret St. K. church this evening,
and at the St. John meeting in Harrison hall
Prof. Blrdsail'a new music lesion card packet
contains ten card* representing aa many scales
in the piano from -i " up, and gives a reason
for the use of black keys. Kverr beirinner on
the organ or piano should have one. Price, $1,
port paid. No. 22 Washington avenne, Mm
aeapoli*. Minn. 257-lmo
A DASTARDLY ACT.
Am Inafftntirr Man shot by Hough:
Friday night about 9 o'clock a* John Uam
•tadt, a man thirty-two years of age and em
ployed in a stone quarry on Nicollet Island, was
going along the Manitoba railroad track to hi*
home at 817 Taylor street, he passed three m«u
who were standing beside the track. They fol
lowed him up and one of them seized him in his
gra«p, but soon let go his hold as Ilaostadt bit
him in the hand. Another of them
then .drew a revolver and shot
twice at the t unoffending Hamstailt,
one bullet entering the left side and
the other the left wrist. Some police officers .n
the vicinity were attracted by the shots and as
sisted the wounded man to hi- home. The ob
ject of the attack, it i* tmmUcd, was robbery,
though thedtspeiadoe* did not search the person
of their victim, who bed only ou« dime in hi*
possession. Both bullets are yet in the body and
the wounded man I* retting easily and will prob
ably recover as he is of a strong, rugged consti
O He describes the man who shot htm as beta?
of sius'l -titan; and clad in light
colored clothing, while the other two
wore darker clothing and were of
larger sire. Two men answering the description
were arre»trd on suspicion by the police m,.' are
now In the city lockup awaiting an investigation.
Thf R*r. l>r. H. I . //or<-y'« />rf»«r#.
The Young Men's Christian association are es
pecially happy in announcing "The Switzerland
of America, or Scene* and Adventures amid
Mountain* and Plains," as the fifth in the courser
of popular lectures to be delivered in Centenary
MethodUt Episcopal church, Wednesday evening
November 5. The lecture is a happy and realistic
word painted picture of America most pictur
esque scenery described with that brilliancy and
fidelity to nature •<> charming in the lecture.
There should be a large audience to greet Dr.
Hovcy on Wednesday evening next.
A HVfromr JCren'.
If yon forgot to register, don't forget that J.
C. F. Meagher'* new laundry opens next week
Monday. People who have been saving their
washing for thia event can be assured that there's
no mistake about this announcement.
A BAD WRECK.
A Passenger Train on the Baltimore &
r^' Ohio Wrecked and Several Per
Mansfield, 0., Nov. 1. — Passenger train
No. 1, of the Baltimore & Ohio road, due
here at 5:53 this morning, Jumped a frog
neor All*, Ohio, while going at the rate of
forty miles an hour. The first two cars were
not damaged. The third car struck a freight
engine on a siding and the cars following
were telescoped and totally demolished. No
one was killed, but a large number were in
jured, as follows :
Conductor McDonald, of New York, severe
scalp wound, badly bruised and cut and one
Mrs. Mamie Lillcy and two daughters, of
Zanesville, ()., one seriously and the others
J. \V. Carson, fireman, of Newark, badly
Ex-Mayor Ilellman, of Columbus, slightly
Chas. Gerstoff, of Washington, D. C,
Mr-. W. Fox, of Zanesville, face badly cut
and wrist dislocated.
W Fox, of Zanesville, Injured about the
Mrs. Theodore Fox, iuternally hurt.
Mrs. D. Shaefer, of Newcomerstown, 0.,
Mrs. C. L. Baker, of McConnellsviile, a
compound f rapture of left ankle.
J. B Moore, of Chicago, rib* broken and
badly injured otherwise.
Miss Orr, of Neward, 0., bruised and leg
George A. Black well, of Chicago, badly
Mrs.J. P. Nepture. of Barnesville, 0.,
badly bruised about the body.
The injured were taken to Zanesville. The
accident was caused ay a broken frog.
Public Debt Statement-
Wamiisi.ton, Nov. 1, 1834.
3* «... . 204,519,2*0
Refunding certificates 264,800
Navy pension fund. 14,000.000
Total interest bearing
Matured debt J12.517.45S *^
legal tender* 346,739,906 •
Certificates of deposit 17,835,000
Gold and silver certifi
Fractional currency. e,974,-,";j
Total without interest $f-'J.4«55,43d
Total debt - 1,642,491,521
Total interest 6.676,913
Cash in treasury $434,003,573
Debt less cash in
Decrease during Octo
Decrease since June
30, 1s 34 $32,880,373
Interest doe and un
Debt on which inter- .
est has ceased 12,5*7,43)
Interest thereon • 298,225
Gold and silver certi
ficate* V.;... 231,899,331
I". S. notes held for
Cash balance avail
able ..... ..;.. 149.042,301
Total : . . . $434,003,572
Cash in treasury.... $434,008,573
Bonds issued to Pa- . ;J _
cific railroad*, in- ~^JO "
terest payable by U, ~ J-r ° r
S., principal out
Interest accrued not
yet paid 1,202,470
Interest paid by U. S. 63,099,504
Interest repaid by
companies by trans
portation service.. 18,876,083
By cash- payment 5
per cent, net earn
Balance of interest -_^.
paid by the 43.568,242 **^
The Cyrus Fields do not get up banquets for
Grover Cleveland. They have no use, whatever
for an honest, incorruptible man. Blaiae suits
.•v•» » • v • >
Sew York Roads Have Commenced a
War on Kates from that City
Which Enables Passengers to Travel Be
tween Those Two Cities for
$12 and Less.
Til* B. * U. to Run * Limited Express
Between Chicago, Washington
TJte War on lintem in Xew Tort:.
Xkw York, Nov. 1. — The New York Cen
tral road sends word at 2:30 from the Grand
Central depot confirming the report that the
Central is selling tickets to Chicago for
New York, Not. I.— Regarding the re
ports on Wall street that the New York Cen
j tral had reduced the rate to Chicago from
l."> to $14. the j;enenl passenger agent of
the New York, Lake Erie .v Western statr d
this forencoa that his company had reduced
the rate from New York to Chicago to *:::. .'><•.
only to meet the rate established or the Mew
York Central company, and if either should
that ruad or the West Shore make
a further reduction his compauy will
meet tha cut. At th • passenger oflice of the
Lake Shore it wts stated by the officer in
charge that he h>.d no information of a fur
ther reduction in the Chicago rate by that
cawnr.any nor had he heard of any reduc
tion in the New York Central rate. To-day
the officials of the New York Central have
already stated they will maintain the differ
ential mvi, which a'lows them to sell tickets
$1.50 lower than the Central. At noon
Kit-man reports that the Weal Shore reduced
flist-class tickets to Chicago to $12, and
it» agent* have orders to
Uke business at the best obtainable
rates. The New York Central road has is
sued a circular to connecting lines authoriz
ing them to use one cent pet mile as tho
hauls on making their rates between all
points. This indicates the Central people
believe the fight with the West Shore will be
long and bitter. The ticket broken say they
will sell below the company's rates under any
circumstances. The West Shore oflkials »a"v
they will adhere to their policy, meeting
whatever rate is made, and that th -v can
stand a racket tetter aud longer than the
Ticket brokers say if the Central road per
-it- in not allowing other roads the different
ial rate* to Chicago, tickets will be cut down
to $6 before Monday. The Pennsylvania
road has not reduced the rate.
The aTesj Train on Mas 11. A O.
Chicago, Nov. I.— The Baltimore «fc Ohio
advertises a limited express to run between
this city, Washington and Baltimore^ the run
to be made in twenty hours, leaving here
at 5:10 p. m. daily. The eoai| adver
tises there will be no exaction bj additional
charges for traTeling on thai fast special.
The first train leaves to-morrow.
Sleeping Cur i'omjuimj'a I;. />ort.
Albany, N. 1., Not. 1. — The annua! re
port of the New York Central Sleeping Car
company in sixteen states and territories I
and the Dominion of Canada, as made to
the rail: "ad commissioner, shows the gross
earnings to be $591,000, expenses paid
1584,000, net income $707,000; operating
cost for the year, exclusive of depreciation of
cars and equipment, 55.6 per cent.
• President Jon' a Trip to England.
Detkoit, Nov. I.— Jas. a. Jay, president
of the Waba&h railroad, has just returned
from England, where he conferred wit!, the
bondholders of the road. He says his recep
tion was most cordial and Ml mission will
prove a great benefit to the Wabash system.
171 OR SALE — The lease, furniture and flxtnres
. of late a hotel, Nicollet Island. Apply on
"VJ"EW HOUSE — furnished complete; ininie
-L^l Mate posses* ion given to good party; v
room* ; most as cheep as empty house; No. lit
Seventh street north.
Situated in the center of the city, convenient to
all railroad station, mercantile houses,
the Mills etc.
Has rooms en-suit with Bath and Closets.
Passengi i and Baggage Elevators and
All modern improvements!
Table and attendance Irst-clasa. Special rates to
Theatrical and Excursion parties.
JOHN T. WEST, • - Pkophietor.
MINNEAPOLIS, - - MINN.
This magnificent HBI POO? HOTEL was
open to the traveling public in July last. It has
every convenience known to modern .notes —
120 Chambers with Bath,
Electric Lights, etc. !
Table and attendance unsurpassed, and rates
as low as any first-class hotel in the United State:.
S3 PER DAY, and upwards, according to
location of rooms.
; - JOHN T. WEST, Proprietor.
Cms. W. Suefdeiio, Manager.
A. L. BILLINGS 4 CO..
Whafeeala Dealers is.
BULK A SHELL OYSTERS A SPECIALTY,
CAIIK, POULTRY, ETC.
fTorlhweitern Agents fcr the Mammoth Celery.
214 A 216 First Avenue South. Minneapolis
THE BANKERS' UFE ASSOCIATION,
DES MOINES. IOWA.
O:s*>'.'.zedby bankers of lowa and Illinois, and
incorporated July 1. 1879, as a benevolent organ!
aatsM in the state of lowa, for furnUhing life
! protection to banker?, merchants and professional
I sen of the Northwest.
Aiming to provide a sound security for the
j payment of Its certificate* of membership at the ,
; lowest possible cost, and managed in the interest
of it* members.
Experience has demonstrated the fall arcom- I
p:itt>ment of these aims. To intelligent, think
:ci; men, aiming to provide against contingencies
lei the protection of their families, its features
are well worthy of careful consideration.
We thall be pleased to correspond or call on
any, to fully explain Its plans and purposes, as
we oiler in this association,- taking into con
sideration the management, cl»»* of member
ship, ■rcurity and cost, an opportunity for life
protection not equaled in this country.
Experienced solicitors and local agents, who
can. give tank references as to character and
ability, wanted throughout the state.
THE BANKERS" LIFE ASSOCIATION,
iv Washington Av-zue South,
257 Kiiir.eapo.l3, Minn.
and Repair shop.
STRICKLAND & WILSON, Proprietors.
- So. 117 Third Street South.
j Hate purchased this establishment of M. Z".
Mayon, and »U Co first-class week at bottom
j»nc«s. . . . «4-3W
- ■ CLOTHING.
lerriMe Lows of Prices. ©
"PLYMOUTH REDUCTION SALE."
If ever there was a time to* say cheap, now ll
Fonr month* a~o we said : "Just now we are
justised m selling good* too low. • • •
We can better afford to »el! without profit than
lose the prestige we haw won. • • •
Oar policy la to keep trade going. • • •
Good.« have cot to be cheap."
We have kept to that policy. We hare bought
low. We have taken advantage of every disaster,
every danger, every downward move in th<*
You need to know, and we ought to tell.ebe
incentive to buy, the terrible towaesa of prices.
Descrltuinate. Not everything i* cheap; and
we must advertise, or you may be tempted else
where to buy Trash, not knowing that ..a'
goods caa be bought equally low right here.."
12 & 14 Washington Aye. North. : *'
919,831,883 First Ay«. South.
W. . BROWN Manager
JAMES WHEELER.. .Builness A Stage Manager
WEEK OP OCTOBEB 27th, 1884
More New Stars.
HUM & Carroll, Miss Monio Valid.-, Hu?h :intf
Jennie Barton. S. Hydo Bau<;hm:in, Lizzie Aldine,
Miss Sadie Mclntyrc, Miss Trixie Hamilton.
Cltatie Valdean, Eva Rosa, Sam Yager. Krankia
Scott, Lotti? Lariere, James Wheeler, and the
Regular Mock Company.
llattuee* Thursday and Saturday afternoon at
LEIBIG'S COM REMOVER '
Every bottle warranted to cure hard corns,
■oft corns, bunions, wart-, callouses, moles, etc.,
without pain, bold by all druggists at 50c pec
CIiOSMAN & PLUMMER, druggists, Minne
apolis, originators, »ole manufacturers and pro
prietors of the only genuine Lnaio'i CoiuC
Rexovkk in America. Look out for frauds.
nnpnr nun '
H HH ins ok-v
flurrlilli D curb
All kind* hard or ».>ft con% callouses ant bnnlori
causing no pain or soreness] dries instantly; will in
foil anything, sad never faUn to effect a curs, Tries
£Sc;bymall, 30c. The genuine put up in yellovv
wrapper* and manufactured only by Joi. R. Ho mi a.
urun«i»t sad dealers in all kinds of Patent Medicines,
Bests, Herbs, Liquor*, i'alnti, OiU. VnruUhaj,
Brashes, etc Uluiiuapoll'' Ulna.
P. P. SWfflSffl,
200 WasliiH^tru Aye. Sou H,
(Under Northwestern National Bank,)
MINNEAPOLIS. 9 - MINN.
CS^Ttckets sold to and from all Foreign ports,
also draft* on all the principal cities of Europe.
Lands for sals or exchange in Wtaconsln, Min
ni-scta and Dakota. lSj-3ia
11 TIM 1, Minneapolis, Mini
Treat all Chronic, Nervous Diseases ol
Mon and Wuznch.
well known as the; founder of the Montree
(C. E.) Mci>n ai. Institute, and having give*
his entire attention for tuo past twenty years t&
the treatment of chronic and special diseases in
cident to both sexes, his success has produced
astonishing results. By his method of treat
ment, the raftering are fully restored to original
health. He would call the attention of the
uftiictcd to the fact of his long-standing and,
well-earned reputation, as a sufficient assurance
of his skill and success. Thousands who have
been under his treatment nave felt and expressed
emotions of gratitude welling up from heart«
touched for the first time by the silken chord
that whispers of returning health.
nose suffering from Catarrh or Bronchitis,
can be assured of a perfect euro by his neif
method of treatment.
; DR. SPINNEY can detect the slightest dls.
ease of the Chest, Lungs or any internal organ,
and guarantees a care in every case he under
It matters not what yonr troubles may be,
come and let the Doctor examine your case. I»
IT IS CURACLE uk wti.i. TELL you SO ; IT NOT, 111
will till you that; for he will not undertakt
a caso unless he is confident of affecting a cure.
it will coat you nothing for consultation; so pleast
call and satisfy yourselves whether the Doctol
understands your cane.
Who may be suffering from nervous debility
will do well to avail themselves of this, th<
greatest boon ever laid at the altar of suff«rina
DB. SPINNEY will GUARAXTEB to Foitrxn
Five DuaOalß Dollars for every case of weak«
ness or disease of any kind or character, whick
he undertakes and fails to cure. He-would
theieforo say to the unfortnnato sufferer who
may read this notice, that you are treading oc
dangerous ground, when you longer del iv in
seeking the proper resj^dy for your complaint.
You may be in the first stage — remember tha(
you are approachiuß the last. If you are border
ing on the last, and are suffering some or all ot
its ill effects, remember that if you obstinately
presist in procrastination, the time must com*
when the most skillful physician can render you
no - -tame; when the door of hope will ba
closed against you; when no angel of mercy cai
bring you relief.. In no case has the doctor failed
of success. Then let not despair work it->«li
upon your imagination, but avail yourself of to«
beneficial results of his treatment before yoni
rase is beyond the reach of medical shill, or be*
fore srlni death hurries yon to a premature
i'iu'sl uieii without tkluj; KuiXeor i.ij;atu«
There arc i..any at the age from thirty to sixtj
who are troubled With frequent evacuations ot
the bladder, often accompanied by a slight
(martin:* or burning sensation and weakening
the system in a manner the patient cannot ac
cum for. On examining the urinary deposit!
a lopy sediment wilt often be found, and some
r-.mes *mall panicles of albumen will appear, 01
in* color will be of a thin, or milkish hue, again
c lia:.'_'iii',' to a dark and torpid appearance.
There are many men who die of this .difficulty,
ignorant of the cause, which is the second stage
of weakness of vitaf organs. Dr. S. will guarantee
a perfect cure in eUsuch cseeSi and a healthy
restoration of theM organs.
Only one interview required in the majority oC
cages. Balance of treatment can be taken si
Lome without any interruption to business.
All letters or communications strictly confl-.
den tlal. Medicine? packed SO as not to exciu
curiosity, and sent by express, if full description
of case is given, bet a personal interview in ail
cases preferred. .
Owice Hocus— o to 12 a. m., 1 to 5 and 7 to*
p. m. Sunday, ?t?10 a. m. only. Consultation